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 I .A.,.^s.('.*JlilA'&  A  * ' A.&M  -Ail  VOLUME VII.  NELSON, B. 0., SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1903.  NUMBEB 6  ohn IVjLacclonald s  ���w  it  In the following diulogue it will be  necessary for the reader to understand  that Hon. Mr. Bowell was an old printer and publisher, and thut Hon' Edw.  Blake is a lawyer.  Mr. Blake (referring to some of the  crotchets of the warden of the Icings:  ten 'penitentiary)-^-'- Another plan he  had, -which I do not suppose the hon.  gentleman has adopted, Avas to have a  printingjpress there to do the printing  for the instltution."  Mr. Bowell���"Thereare no printers  there." .........  '- Sir John���"My hon. friend says there  ���were no printers there. . Tliey were in  the penitentiary, and that was the  reason."   (Laughter.)  Mr. Blok��7-u-I must say witli reference to the hon. gentleman's craft, that  the warden did. not intimate Unit, hv  ���\vould have any difficulty iu finding  any necessary assistance from the convicts."  Mr. Bowell���" I understand that, because there were a numbers of lawyers  there.l!  ( ,. ,;-..  ->   ;  .;--  Mr. Blake���" I was anxious to know  what the position of contract-labor was  at the ^penitentiary.. Are ;tbe locks  still made by contract labor? * * Arc  the convicts suffering under this vicious system?"  Sir John���" They are suffering perhaps from the strength of the locks."  --Sir   John���"The  Intention of   the  Government is, If It is the will of the  House, to sit on Dominion Day?"  .. Mr.   Bluke���" Not   on    Bt.   John's  Day?"  Sir John���" That is my day."  Mr." Blake���"IsTo, the hon. gentleman is not yet canonized. .  It requires  a long space of time, and a successful  passingof the very serious ordeal of an  inquisition with the advocatui diaboli  as chief accuser."  Sir John���" Will my hon. friend not  take that pfflce ?" .,,..,  Mr. Wilson (asking for particulars of  expenditure on public works nt St.  Thomas)���" I would mention-to the  Minister .of public Works tlie propriety  of placing in the 'tower of the .public  building there a good clock.",  Sir John���" You want to go on tick."  Sir Hector Langevin (Minister of  Public Works)���"As to the clock, that  matter will have to be considered.'*  Mr. Mills���"It takes time;"  Sir Richurd Cartwright (speaking of  the sanitary defects of. the Chamber)���  "For the last two or three days there  has been an unsavory and unwhole-;  some smell on thi-tsideof the house."  ' Sir John���"The hon. gentlemen had  better change to this side, \ I have; no  objections to the hon; gentiemiin coining over here."       ��>*-o ~,-,-..-  Sir Richard���" I am quite willing to  accept the suggestion to change places  pro tem, and to consider this tho right  side'of tho house for the time being." -  Sir John���" Thero ia a constitutional  objection to that���tlie ayes are on this  side and the noes on that side."  Sir Kichard Cartwright���" Now the  members of Parliament are paid by the  job, there is a general disposition to get  through the session.".- '   .,  Sir John���"I thought the Government only were paid by jobs."  ews  The rush to Poplar Creek continues.  Everyone who takes an interest in mining, ia talking about the discoyeries  tihefe, and every boat carries men arid  supplies to the ne>v camp, The best of  it, all is, thelmpre the proposition is investigated, the greater grows the conviction that, the "richest mining camp  in the Province has been discovered at  Poplar Creek. The showing has never  been .equalled before. The. hotels,are  crowded with men interested in the  new fields.    Yesterday's boat. took u p  a large number of men, and the merchants are. experiencing , a veritable  bbom i nth e way of fur lilshiiig supplies.  It is not only Poplar Creek that ia attracting attention. ,The Lardeau is.cx-  periencihg. aiwonderful revival. The  whole district is; swarmed with prospectors and many rich discoveries are  reported. Development work is also  making satisfactory progress. As a result of all this British Columbia is now  enjoying the most prosperous time  slnc��1898.  /'Several rich strikes of free gold oro  have been reported along Six-Mile  creek this week.  oAIong Forty-Nine creek many new  locations have been made lately, ull of  which are most encouraging.  BOUNDARY MIKING NOTES.  mes  camp, ahd'antieipnte closing a deal for  the property in the near future with  soinoeastern,capitalists.. ,7,.;.    777.:   7  During the month of July thefjranby  mines shipped 32,774 'tons of ore; the  record for June' being 21,400 tons.  The Mother lode in July shipped 13,-  920 tons, against; 11,81lin June.  Once again the Sunset smelter at  .BoundaryJFalls blew, in its second furnace last Wednesday, the maiiage-  en t ea 1 nest ly: h opi 11 g tha t th e coke su p^  pi^wllrTjomtinfu^  ture.    ...-,     ).������,..:��� y/y :r_ :;o:-       ,v  ,. y. H. Oliver, of Spokane, manager of  the Morrison iSiineV'^D'eadwood' camp,  has been in the Boundary this week,  once more endeavoring to aarange with  the C. P.--R. for the building of a spur  to the,mine, to faciliate ore shipments.  The ledge; on the Roderlclr Dhu; in  Long Lake camp, has -been stripped  for 100 feet. It is a white quartz, said  to carry from 6 to 12 ounces 111 gold and  from 100 to 800ounces in silver. It is  owned in Greenwood ai'id.Plioeiiix.  Bichard Plewman. of the Winnipeg  mine, was in tho city again this week.  He is confident that operations tit the  mine will soon be resumed, and has  made partial ^arrangements for a ten  drill coin pressor Aa li ii said that the  ore previsusly shipped gave $12 per  ton or about $5 net. a, :������.���������������   : J "#, i ;  SLOCAN MtUlNG NOTES.  Phoenix Pioneer.  Shipments from tlie Granby mines  fo$ some thpae have -been at the rate of  4�� cars of ore daily!r  "Work; vwas xesnufied at the- Sunset  m\f& agirVtn this week;, after being discontinued for a couple of weeks. t  Work .is not being.; started on the  Brooklyn, hut the Dominion Copper  Co. hits opened itsi,'heart and painted  the smokestacks at the mine.  Wrfi'-;  This'."week the boilers of the Old  Ironsides compressor at the Grnnb.v  mines were used, while one of the 30  drill compressors was being repaired.  This week the Sunset smelter bas-  bcen-advertising for 3-5 men. Tin  blower for the third furnace is now in  place.'and the furnace itself is ready  for setting up.  Randolph Stuart land J. C. Haas are  goifog work on the T.��JpTop�� in Skylark  ;*WVVVvVVVW*VVW*^VW*WV��VW*^^  No Quorum of the  Provincial Executive  It now transpires that Conservatives selected their candidates in only a few constituencies last  Saturday. The meeting of the Provincial executive at which it was decided to hold nominating  conventions on August 15th, was attended only by George Russell, the well known ' politician and  barber, of Victoria, and John Houston, editor.of the Tribune, of Nelson. Therefore, there was no  quorum, and there was nothing binding on Conservatives anywhere to hold nominations on the day  appointed. The list of Conservatives is as yet far from being complete, and it will probably be three  weeks or a month before all the nominations are made. In the majority of constituencies the manner in which nominations are to be made will be determined by Conservatives without regard to the  . arrangements of the two two members of the executive referred to.  [for the old party  I There have been several Conservative candidates selected iii the Kootenays since  our last issue.-  �� Harry Wright beat John Houston for the nomination for-Ymir "riding, George "Fraser has been nom-  ��� inated for Grand Forks, Thonias Taylor for Revelstoke, Thomas Cavan for Cranbrook, William  % Hunter for Slocan, and Hon. Robert Green's candidature for Kaslo, as is customary in-the case of  i c abinet ministers, has been endorsed. Mr. Wright is mining recorder at Nelson, and by reasoii'of  t - his long experience in that effice should make a  useful member.    George Fraser is a druggist   at  ��� Grand Forks ard stands well at his home. Thomas Cavan is a popular railroad conductor. . William  X -. Hunter is a successful merchant, and his election to the House would be a distinct gain tb the whole"  % country.-    Thomas Taylor has had considerable.experience as a legislator, and has rendered the state  good service.    Robert Green is the Minister of Mines and should poll every Conservative vote in his  constituency.   ,H e is not a recent convert to the Conservative faith, having been "affiliated*.' -with the  j'  patty :since the day he was born. \  ��� ���- ** AAA> $  'S  t  A Campaign of Deception  The ccol and insolent manner in which Mr. Houston and some of his friends.announce that their  candidate will have the united support of the Conservative party in Nelson is on a par with other  statements originating af the same source. He and his friends know that he will not secure anything like one-half the votes of the Liberal-Conservative party in Nelson. However, the contention  is usefulin the way of showing just how much dependence-is to be placed in the statements of the  candidate of the Houstonites. The claim is put forward simply to deceive Conservatives in other  portions of the provinee.  ^^^^>%%^/%^^%f%/%/^/%.i%f^%>%^a^'%f^%^%^/^^^f^  Slocm Drill.  Laot week Sandon  mines shipped  \7(i tons of oie.  Ore shipments fvom the Slocan ate  jn'exces'Jiof&)srt)ito!)s^   - .   '.  Tlie Washington has tupped the  Iddge in its long tunnel:-  Blair Carter is developing his group  of claims near the Lily 11.  .A wagon road is being constructed  to tho Noonday mine, nc.ir Sandon."  A new chute of ore lias been encountered iu the raise ou the Enterprise.    ���  The local fc-mclter.s Ji.we incre.tsed  treatment charges on dry ores to $12  per ton. o  Considen.ble dead work haa been  completed at ihej!*iiterpri^e, resulting  In; extensive ore bodies being opened  ��j- 77- . - -���'���    '���"������ ���'���' ���'���'���'"' ��� '-'���'  Liberals and Labor  Mr. Taylor in his speech Thursday evening spoke of tbe idea of government ownership as being  someth ing new in Ciinada and having originated with the Liberal party, the fount of every blessing.  In the first D cminicn Parliament, Sir John Macdonald and the Conservatives in his Cabinet advocated placing the telegraph system, and other utilities, under government control; but the Grits in the  House said A 'v'Why uot at'once put the newspapers ar.d the writing of private letters, and our ledgers, and owr man- servants, and our maidservants, and our oxen and everything that is ours, tinder  gov eriiment control���?"  This is history. -��� ���-.-..  ...Mr, Taylor told his audience what the Liberal parly had done in the way of opening up the  country and building public works, but forgot to claini credit for the barb-wire telegraph line to the  Yukon. ''  ��� We would like Mr; Taylor to tell us in what year it,was the Liberals passed the legislation under  which the Toronto printers were released from jail, in 1872, having been charged with conspiracy by  the late Hon. George Brown ?  With all the professed love of the Liberals and the Liberal press lor organized labor, there was  not until 1882 a Liberal daily newspaper office in Canada in which union printers were permitted to  '���work.' Even to-day the Government printing-office at Ottawa, in which the Labor Gazette is printed,  is not a union office.  R  etrospection  Hello ! Jack, old man, Is that yotr?  What's on to-night? "Martha" eh ?  Will I join you? Gladly! Rut it's  early yet���draw up a chiurnnd haven  glass, while 3 tell you ofthe last time  J heard "Martha."  It was a hot summer's night iu Boston, alid Philip Carr and I���you know  Carr���set out for an evening of opera  at popular prices, scarcely knowing  what they were singing. When wc  entered the theatre the second act was  half over. A woman was singing and  her voice gave me a start���it was what  I call a voice with a thrill.  No, I didn't say "trill," but "thrill,"  or if you like, the power of thrilling.  Now there are voices���and voices���  some faultily faultless as Tennyson lias  it���you know the line ; It described a  face-^not a voice, but no matter !���and  now and again a ..voice .that goes  straight to the heart, and stirs-it deepr  ly, as did this one,'till memory went  groping back through, the long years  and I was a boy again, in the old Tivoli, hanging breathless on every note  of this same voice, as it lilted forth in  tho Jewel Song or wailed the agony of  hapless Marguerite or sobbed through  the exquisite melodies of *'Truvinta."  I was aroused by Carr's mildly inquiring if we would not better find our  seats. I followed him mechanically,  nor did I fully realize, 'till tbe curtain  fell, that the time was the present, the  place Boston and that I had heard  "Martha" numerous' times, in the la-  terim, since the old Tivoli days. Now  Carr is uot only a man of sentiment,  but of action as well, and when I said,  " I must get some roses���but how?'.'  he replied, "I know a place, come  along !" and oil* we started, and roses  we found, creuniy tea roses and pink  ones too, and Carr���artistic' chap that  he is���insisted on bunching thorn together, without string or ribbon, with  one great, half-blown, pink fellow banging head down, along the stalks ofthe  others.  When we reached the foyer she was  singing " The Last Rose of Summer."  Her voice seemed tired. I missed some  of the *dd time thrill, and Carr even,  hinted that perhaps the " thrill" had  been "all lu my mind, any way ,w adding, "with*possibly a tew wliee's as  well;" but I looked at the roses und at  tbe cord on which I had written "Tra-  vlata���'Frisco 1884," and replied, "You  shall see! She is far from home and  friends, her voice Is not quite sq~fres"h'  as it once was, but you sliall'see i"     >  I dispatched the roses at the end of  the act and we waited. '  In the;next, scene she wore a riding  habit, - if I mistake not , *,' And the  roses ?" not a rose! but she sang, oh  how she sang! nob tired now, but like a  bird���a sky-lark ! " Sing on ! Kfctle  woman, there are friends here tonight,  sing as you did in the old Tivoli,i,in  1884. Ah, my boy! what a power is  this thing we call sympathy I  The curtain falls, and rises again,  and there she stands, clad once more in  her simple frock, and holding the roses,  with the great, half-blown pink' one  hanging just as Carr had left it; and  when she sings "For the springtime  has brought us fresh rotes again," her  voice full of the promise of sprinctlme  of birds, of flowers and" of love���and  lifts the roses higher and higher, 'till  they rest against her.cheek, Carr fairly  leaps in his sent, while I confess to a  slight mist blurring my eyes, for a  second only.  ' I tell you, old man, moments like  these help to keep the heart young.  .   . 1 The Gossip.h*  "and   Jl rovirici  Official publication is niadethis week  of the conditions governing tbe Rhodes  Scholarships, for which the first selection will be made in Canada between  February nnd May "1904, these scholars  to commence residence in the following  October. A qualifying examination  will be held in each province.  This, examination will not be competitive, but the selection will be  made from those who have passed. In  British Columbia the selecting committee will consist of tbe Lieutcunnt-  sGove?n1>f,^t^  Chief  Superintendent of   Educatien  Candidates must be British  citizens,  unmarried and between nineteen and  twenty-five years of age,  General satisfaction is expressed at  Victoria at the news that the contract  for the new C. P. R. hotel has been  signed at Montreal. A by-law embodying the agreement will be submitted to the people.  The final splice has been made in the  C. P. Telegraphs cfible, connecting Victoria city with tbe American side.  /      1 ���  tration ex periments have ��� attracted a  groat deal of attention in the mining  world, left last Sunday"for. Colorado,"  where he intends to introduce his pro-  ce.ss. As a raining engineer, Mr. Haul-,  tain has few equals on this continent.   :  Me ssrs. J. B. Ferguson, J. L. Johnston and J. H. Thorne of the Western*  Oil and Coal Co., of Vancouver passed  through Fernie on their way to their,  claims near Pincher Creek this week  andstopped ofi'over Tuesday jn-Pernle.^-  While at Fernie they were negotiating'  for more claims between the town and  their claims near Morrlssey. The company has decided not to proceed with  development work on their calms at  Morrissey for the present This decision, no doubt, has some relation to  the uncertain fate of tbe whole block,  and the withholding of licenses. The  company's claims in Alberta, will be  developed rapidly. One boring machine is now a. work and another will  be purchased at once. Mr. Jonnston  will remain on the spot for a time .to.  superintend the development work.  In the last home-to-bome race, the  pigeon coop of Wilson, Victoria, won.  His homers flew from Vancouver in 2  hours 3 1-2 minutes.  The Revelstoke Wine & Spirit Company has re-opened its Cttctory ab Vernon.  A Nanaimo draughtsman won the  prize offered by the Grand Post or Native Sons for the best design for an  apron for tlie Order.  The Dominion Government has instituted a Sunday mail service to all  points through the Crow's-Nest and  South-Kast iCootenay.  The Cold River !Mlning & Power  Company lias been fanned in South  Dok'ota to operate in Soutli-KnstKootenay, to secure water poweron the Bull  River and elsewhere.  Boundary Creek and Long Lake are  to be stocked with trout from other  lakes in the vicinity.  It is learned that Nanaimo is suflTer-  ing under a delusion that Victoria is  systematically neglecting the claims of  tlie Coal City to recognition as a point  of interest when notable visitors such  as the British journalists are on the  Island. Business men say tbey wilt  boycott Victoria business houses,  The death is announced of Mr. H T.  Schwartz, one of Lillooet's old-timers.  The plans for the- biksement of the  new Rossland Armory have arrived.  Thev indicate that the structure will  be 87 feet f> inches by 4S feet In dimension. ��� ..���.-"  IT. K. T. Haultniti, whose ore conccn-  Fishcries Inspector Sword has returned to the Coast from an official trip  to the Interior. Mr. Sword baa nothing particular to report respecting his  trip except that he noticed there has-  been as yet no Bign of the salmon having entered Shuswap lake though it is-  long past the usual date of their arrivut  at their up-country spawning grounds.  The Victoria lacrosse team will*  leave for Rossland to-morrow morning.  :m  ��1. -j  >  7.! ���jAi  THE KELSON ECONOMIST  A):.  1:  The Economist  tubUslied everj'Saturday nftcmoon nt  Vebnon Sthekt, Neisos, n, C.  $1.00 Per Year in Advance  .Advertising rates made known on application.  All cli4iii|fcs ln  advertisements to insure  limei'tlon should reach this ollice not Inter  than Thursday at 12 o'clock.  AVhcn change of address Ih required, It Is  desirable that both the old address und the  new be given.  Address all communications, " l'ublinhcr of  Tub Ntcr-soN IicoNOMiST.Nelson.il. C."  forthcoming election. What was known  as the grafter element in tbe*J last  House will not be largely represented  ln the nest Legislature, although a  ff>w of the gentry are making desperate efforts to poke their porcine snouts  into tbe trough.  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  The Conservatives of ISTelson aredi-  Tldcd Into   two  factions���tho Hous-  /     tonltes and the anti-Houstonites.     In  the Houstonite camp thero arc many  Conservatives who areacting according  to their lights, and with these thia paper has no fight.   The anti-Hotistonite  ��amp is coiriposed of Conservatives who  do not regard Mr. Houston as of their  political faith, and will not vote  for  him believing tbat he is too heavy a  . load Cor the party to carry.  1 The conduct of Fred (Starkey,  .through whose blundering and incapacity "tub "breach between tlio Conservatives of this city has been widened,  supplies an instance of the damage that  may be done by pitchforking men of  liis calibre into positions of prominence.  Jf Starkey'had appreciated the duties  of hia ofQcc, the probabilities ure the  Conservatives would have been working most harmoniously in "Nelson today with every prospect of winning  in the forthcoming election. The injury wrought by this man is not confined to Nelson only ; the Conservative cause in other parts of the province  is suffering also through his itidiscre  tion.  The ability of the man who succeeded  in divldliig the Conservatives of Nelson  into two hostile camps is not to be  lightly overlooked. Mr, ytarlcey is  ft very smart man.  Mr. Houston's campaign, as far as it  lifts progressed, does not differ materially from his former contests. Already  the man who was wanting to bet  against Houston and was culled at once  Las made his .appearance, this time in  a. bojfoer show. Mythical men who are  accused of taking unfuir advantngc of  that paragon of purity, John Houston,  are presuming to dispose of votes  which rightly belong to tlie Houstonite'candidate. And so the fight gocn  _onf' and_wllI_cpnU_hjiejuMj^  Houston knows only one way to light  a political battle, but his .system h too  well known to trap any one.  ' One Houstonitc is reported to Have  told a prominent Cousei valive that bis  candidate did not want any Conservative votes. " Blessed is he that expoet-  ethflittle, for1 lie will not be disap-  lioiiit��d,or wbrdd to llnit.eflftx-i.  Sir Wilfred laurier estimated Canada's liability in connection with the  Grand Trunk Pacific at $13,000,000 and  Mr. Bluir places it at $130,000,000.  There is certainly room for argument  between the two figures.  Goldwin Smith celebrated his eightieth birthday on the 13th of this  month at Toronto. Canadians have  always esteemed it an honor to claim  the monarch of literature as a citizen of  their country. This sentiment of regard for him Is hot affected, but real  and sincere.  It seems now almost certain that  Kaslo will have a smelter within a few  months. This with the recent revival  in mining should restore prosperity to  Kaslo.  which was suppressed the name of a  "the wife of a highly respected resident" who was Jailed for throwing car-j  bolic acid into the face of another woman of whom she was jealous. The  hope is expressed by some of the eastern papers that the authorities will not  sutler from similar regard for the an-  nonynious prisoner's feelings Avheii  dealing with the crime.  WkWkWMWtfYWkW  The Conservatives of Ymir have  shown considerable discretion in selecting Harry Wright as their stundard-  bearer. He is certain to poll the full  strength of the party vote.  Mr. Houston deplores the use of  mud as campaign material. HuUm is  said to have reviled sinners oil one occasion.  After getting a knock-out blow from  Harry Wright for the Ymir nomination, Mr. Houston refused to accept  th e nonil nation of the Houston ites.  However, his delegates - succeeded In  lassobing hi tn, and ho consented in a  half-hearted way to take a chance on  Nelson.   -  "Winnipeg people are anxious to have  Lord Strathcona visit the Prairie City  during his present sojourn in Canada.-  If be does so the thrifty Winuipeggers  ��in lie depended upon to work thecon-  fidehce jguiric on'������'��� the High Comrais.  aioiic'r T^i-; $25,(300 or ��50,000 fpr' some  public institution.  It is to be hoped that the recent hailstorm in the Northwest will prove hot  to have been so-disastrous as.at first believed.  Dr. Rose credits Mr. Houston with  being a lifelong Conservative. This  leads to the suspicion that Dr. Bose is  not a subscriber to the Tiibune and has  ' ' :��� i -' '  not read the "lifelong" Conservative's  frequent references to'Mr. McBride.  We used to hear n great deal about  Vancouver and Victoria Conservatives  who wanted to get both feet In the  trough. But, we never heard tbat  the Conservatives of either city tried  to create a comer on nominations, as  one noted individual attempted in Nelson.  According to Mr. Houston, he has  "only recently aililiated with the Conservative party." For a man w ho bus  "only recently affiliated'"-'with a  party, the lale member for Nelson  district seems to expect a whole lot in  return.  Mr. Houston says an honest man does  not better himself by being in political  life. How in the world did "Honest"  John And that out?  .In accepting the nomination tendered hiui by the Houstouites, Mr.  Houston remarked: "There are between 70and 80 votes here, still there  uro 400 outside that wc must get.''  How to get even a small proportion of  Lhoae^OQ-votcs is a prubleu^thaMuslth^r,  Mr. Houston nor his followers will  ever be able to solve.  Mr. Houston received the (foiiadni-  lte nomination in about tbe spirit displayed by a culprit whon tb�����judgeask|r���  lilm if there Is anything he hats to say  "Why the sentence of the court should  not be paused upon him.  Nell "McCallum, who Ins been selected ss tho liberal cttndhlute for  Grand 1'orks riding, was n\w of the  Canadian Voyageurswho went up the  Nile in 'Hi nnd '&">, a cuiiipiihtn in  which W. A. Galliher.M. P., sifa.> too!-;  part. Mr, McCallum is a gentleman  and a scholar, but had tl.e misfortune  of being born a Liberal.  A year ago the Lib- nil pit pern; were  falling oyer euch other in paying homage to Mr. Blair. Now the same papers are equally as diligent in abusing  the statesman from New Brunswick.  Throughout the whole, province  there seems to have been unusual in  tcrestinthe matter (>f registration of  votes. With the cxw'|ili>ii i.f u-fovi*  districts, there has been an luttream in  the number of votes registered. Thi*  may betaken to indicate thnt the people generally have grasticd the full sig-  gii&eavce of the hums at stake iu the  Mr. Ilonaton's speech of! acceptance  of-thu 'jrtuiistoiiite nomination was so  anVctingHint several of his supporters  tlnip] etl Into tears, and "between sobs  indulged in some vi-ry strong language  to expr&s^ their opinions ^f the men  who were opposing" Honest" John.  The IIti��.-tU>uiti> Ciiiidlduto gays he  has. more ii.aipe't feet ions Hum a^ny &)  men, women aud children in Nelson.  An open confession is good for thesoul,  but Mr. Houston should be morn careful in dealing with figures. He should  have said wore imperfect ions than any  1000 men, women and children in Nob  wm. The sentiment was ull right; it  wwmerely a ease Of juggling wtti��Hi_-  uits.  f The HoiestonUe candidate says that  when the occasion arises the stundtird-  beurcr of thut party ean throw mud-  b:ill.��,." and when his tent per isarotiscd  ho is not afraid of throwing them swift  und straight." No one has.ever ijucs-  tioned Mr. Houston's capacity as a  manufacturer and dUsoiuh-atorof mud-  bulls.  Siienee In :i woman is usuully regarded �� shining virtue, but Uuire h\  .-nch a tiling ns carr} ing this reticence  lo extreiues.. A Georgian liny woman  saw Uvotmnijw murdering a girl,, but  a'Ue kept it U�� herself so us not to be  nii.xiKl up in it, until tbe tr.itnps made  their osmpel Thi.��is on a pur with the  Owen Sound correspondent of t he Associated JVesa. who ��ent out a report iu  Mr. Houston's reasons as to why he  is a Conservativ e are su perfl uous. The  editor of the great independent daily is  not a Conservative; he is only a so  journer in the camp of the victorious  army. His tent is not cemented to the  realty ; it can be moved with the^iirst  reverse. The Labor-libera Is may for  the present miss John's cheering smile  and encouraging advice, but what  can they expect? Have lhey anything to offer in tho way of material  hospitalities? Isn't the Conservative  party in power in the province? But  if they yearn for the inspiration of his  genial smiles and the bene Jit of his  conscien tio'us approval, they, need nol  be cast down, let them win the election ; then they win all, A blessed reunion will take place over theloavcs and  fish. This "lifelong" Conservative has  performed many political marches, in  diverse directions; under various party  Hags, marking time to all tunes, aud  without prejudice as to uniform.. He  knows tbe plan of campaign of the  enemy, for he has lined up with him  in battle, and even now, as pai t of a  time-honored strategic manoeuvre he  has left the bridges behind in good rt>-  palr. He is a magnanimous officer,  and hhvcommissary is always at the  disposal of the enemy. Mr. Houston  Is under no obligation to explain why  Limited  FOR HOME USE  In our many years' experience as practical druggists we  have learned to prepare a number of different family remedies, some of which we have now been selling for ten years  or more to our customers. These are not patent medicines.  You will find each preparation thoroughly satisfactory for  the purposes intended.  Diarrhoea Mixture.  Tn'is is especially useful in Cholera Infantum-,' Summer  Complaint, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, Colic, Bloody Flux,  Chronic Dysentery and other forms of bowel complaint prevalent in hot weather. This is considered by some to be a  splendid safeguard to have in the house during the summer.  Price 25 cents.  Digestive Xablets.  These relieve distress after meals, cure Indigestion, Sour  Stomach, Belching, Pain in the Side, Catarrh of the Stomach,  and keep the stomach in good healthy condition. They are  an effective cure for the milder forms of constipation.    Price  25C   and 5OC. .';'..,,.....; ���.:���������,���������/..:.,: A A..������:������������-���/������,:������������-���:������.  Liver Pills.  A reliable cure for Chronic, Habitual, as well  as  aeute'  attacks of Constipation, Sick Headache, Sallow Complexion,  Weariness. Sleeplessness and other forms of liver complaint.  Gentle in action.    No griping." Do not irritateheniorrrioids.  ,Pricev2.5 cents.   . A A.   ~" A.A'  '  f  Headache Powders  A quick, gentle and safe cure for all forms of Headache. Contain no injurious chugs. Do not depress the  heart.    25 cents per box. . '   -  Co nr) po u n cl Sa rsa pa ri I la  A compound of sarsaparilla and seven 01 eight other  herbs effective in purifying the blood, regulating the bowels  and strengthening the entire system. Cures more' diseases  than any other of the advertised Sarsaparillas, we believe.  Price 75 cents. :.,...      '.A A  Our New Stock of  WALL PAPERS  is now complete and of the most beautiful coloring and; designs.r  It will pay you to call and see our goods.    Our prices .will suit the  times.    Picture Framing aud Room Mouldings.  F. J. Bradley & Cq4  ilnker Street, oppoBltc Lawrence Hard-woro Co.  f  ^  ���  ���  ���  Lands for Sale  Kootenay Valleys Go., Limited.  T. G. PROCTER, MANAGER, NELSON, B.C.  Farms from 80 acres upwards, well watered and timbered. Adjacent to good markets at Cranbrook, Fort Steele, Elko, Fernie, Morris-  sey, etc.. ...  The well known prairie ground on tbe Kootenay River, near ' F!ort  Steele, is being subdivided and is especially suitable for Fruit, Vegetables, Hay and; Oats, with good range for cattle adjoining.  Some fine Stock Ranches on the Kootenay and Elk Rivers!." Lines  of Great Northern and Crow's Nest Railway within a few miles.  Terms���One-fifth down.    Balance in four years at 6 per cent.  Also excellent Fruit Raucb, about 30 acres, on Kootenay Outlet,  near Procter, 18 miles from Nelson. About 7 acres under cultivation  with strawberries and fruit trees. Irrigation Ditch. A good  income paying investment.  Canada Drug M^  -" ��� ���" 'p.  s  Dawson's Perfection Scotch  EXTRA SPECIAL  This whiskey will please connoisseurs.    It is a high grade well-^  matured spirit of excellent bouquet and except for age, is the same ^>  'quality as Dawson's, Old Curio (Over 20 years old).  E. Ferguson & Co., Nelson, B. C. f  CASCADE BEER  ' BKCC'S LOCHHIVAK  SOLE AGENTS FOR  P  rovincial   X ress  lie is a Conservative, and nora Libera]"  to-day, lio ia simply a soldier of for,  tune, who fights for promotion and  duhstftiitial recognition. Patriotism  cuts no ligure. Only he who can look  into the future and foretell the rise  und full of governments and parlies  With some! biny like niathcniatU'ul nc-  curaey, ��in ��ulij_hten us as to where  und under what ]>i��rty banner J0L111  Houston wlli make his next stand.  Vliowiix Fioneer.  with the remark hy Mr. Henderson  that " I am afraid  that there is more  -r,   .    .  1      .���       ����� ���al��� fi,���t ���nt.\ mat, " 1 am airaiu  mat mere is more  It is   interesting   to note tliat. 0110 -.        .,  -,���'-������; ; "���*��� 0,1 ��� o'>��' ,,'i-,.,   lVrttt l truth than  poetry in  the statement of  oup   of   mines���the    Granby���nasi ��       -  group  shipped almost as much ore this yenr  i\i} all the mines in Rossland com hi tied.  The figures run over Wi,WSlonaW  (rilCll.  The meeting ut the.- Opern Hoiise  Thursday <>vu?l3t>c, helter than anything elite, emphasizes Mr. Houston'^  weiikiicrisas u <Mindidute. One would  suppose that Tour sessions in a dehutive  body like the Uiitislt Cohiiubio Legislature would ussidt a praetiKi] politicuui  iu tho wny of |mblic speaking. With  Air, Houston it haa heen the T^'erse". j��  few years ago U�� could mafee a^dr^ 'n\.  telhgent speoeh ; to-day Hie- Honnders*  and plunged deeper in the mire the  more lie trios t��extrie:\to himself. Mr.  Taylor (��>n��pSetely eviacemtetl 3VJr.  Houston, ait hough everj one neqiwiitt-  ed with the history of tlie ConserVattve  party knows tb:it the arguments of tlie '  former were reckless and tor.u red :tnd  twisted to suit the occasion. Yet Air.  Uouston permitted the chnrges made  hy JS\r. Tayliil* to go unehidleuged.'  Mr.'.Taylor ntiuio Hwcopiug nwnsatiiHis)  against Mr. iH��!l3ride and Mr. MoJ��lnl^  Ups, which iilumkl have heen contradicted, but il r. Houston h:��il not even  ft kind word to say of his le:iders. The  fact oi the matti-ris, the Liberal candidate made any siatvinent ll-.at suited  his purpose, realizing, no 'd.nibt, thut  Mr. Houston wsis iuct]>able of limiting  defense. ...  Ti-aillCreisk N.ews.  It is claimed the people of RritislV  Columbia consume moro alcoholic  stimulants per head than the population of any other portion (>f Camilla.  Perhaps lhey do, but if they do there  must he an clement in the climate that  assists them In carrying their loud  without perceptible inconvenience.  There is less visible drunkeness in our  epiitrcs than in most of the eastern  cities iu which the advocates of 'prohibition llourfah exceedingly.  J Mr. McCraney when he calls-Vancouver tho most corrupt coustitucnoy he  can find initlioiDondiiion^"-=^Theineii  responsible'for these scandals are now  endeavoring to get control at Victoria  also, aud it in their cause that the opposition campaigners throughout this  district are working.  Vancouver Ncws-Aclyertiiscr. .  The salmon fishery in British Columbia for tlie present season seems  likely to be very unsatisfactory. IJp  to the present time the pack has not  amounted to one-half tho ritumtlty that  should have been put up had the conditions 'been normal and the .outlook  fi>r the season is very :-unfavorable. It  is, of course, possible, but scarcely ]>ro-  liable, that within the next week or  ten days a change for the better muy  occur and a good run of fi.-h con-  si4lerably iriCToase the total pack for  1!>(W.  Nuw \Vo.:iuilastorColuml>lan.  How niachtne politicians lirchriuBi-ig  Vancouver Provinco.  ��� '. ��� : .  The danger of employing Chinese labor. w here' i 111 el I igence and t r ustwort h i-  noss are required, and especially where  the lives of fellow-workmen are dependent up>n the exercise of these  qualities, is abundantly shown by the  evidence which has been given atthe  inquiry'into the cause of the explosion  at Cumberland. The discovery of  matches and smoking materials 011 the  persons of the Chinamen who were  killed is quite sufllcient proof of their  use of them during the houn of their  employment. ;|t,Jt^|tru!e enough,.tliat-  uow and again we Und instances in  which the more ignorant among Europeans have been guitly of conduct of  tliis kiad, but the instances are isolated  and it is possible to impress upon any  class of European .-people, .'no .mutter,  how low they may be in the scale of j  civilization, the necessity for putting  u check upon themselves where the  danger is groat and obvious. It does  not seem po.-siblc to. instill this necessity Into the minds of ox>lle Chinamen  under any circumstance whatever.*  That haa been proved too often to re-  quiro :elUr.iti..n.   Under theseclrtuni-  Hazel wood Ice Cre^m  Mb Dona Id's ;Cpnf ectidnirv  Baker Street, Nelson  E.E.STRACH^N  Plumber and Gasfitter  Estimates Given on Genera! Plumbing,  Sewer Connections, Etc.  Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  JUST ARRIVED'  Of the Latest Fashions  Scotch Tweeds, tandutldo Strathcona,  m.il Hehvari) SergeR. 'a flue liuo of  ��� Funlltigs or la.scst Btyk'H.  Prlcvfi t<�� Bait the tiiiicb,  Cull and see them.  lohn Small wood  MERCHANT TAILOR  Ward Si., next new P. 0. Bldg., Kclaon  ines and Pianos  For Rent and for Sale  Did Curiosity Shop, Josephine St, Ke!son  nn evil reiiutution npoii British Columbia was further shown iu the Oomiro is j stunccd tlieir employment hi ��n> cutpi.Tt  nt Ottawa the other day, when   the. iii.y whutsoever ine<ai mines should  Pi5indal��m-i.--iiiy out of the sale of fed-, he mado absolutely'.illegal, us their   j  eml patronaj:c at Vancouver wcr��i:re- liresenceat Htich.Iubor 1-saii euduuge.-  ferred to.    Tbe brief debute concludod \ raent of the lived of irhlto workmen.    ���  AAAA3Ai'JimmH:^-myA  A^.^'AZAOFJA^K^^AZAAyy  (\ )B Coots pari tor throa nonttM* mambonblp.  <w ����oli aeaber roeetv�� tbo official olub organ  artery moiiUi.inclu<lingS pieces ol hlgh-oloss vocal  *nd lojtcumontal new moBio eaoh month, IS  _>ioe���� la all; alao a Certificate of Membenbi_>  �����Wobj(lT6�� tbe prinlaga ot Olab Boom ia Hew  York Citi., ��nd of bujtngKteratnro, mallear mu-  iie��l inttraments of any dneription ai wholetaU  iPiUxs*. MTihat ton from V>X to ��0j(on Toor jcr-  ��liaaftv,i>cn'tfalltojoli>atcco��.��ogiriu��otianoh  aura tliaa yoariaoaor'aWexUu Mmlili Irxua-  JjU-MvamQvoa, D^t.    .UABtuamtvftE.TZ,  Notice To Delinquent Cc'-C������r  To-Uexr^u-Kuwell orto whompoeYWhe Mat  tmve trmisl'erred IiIb Interest in the "Nowell,^  "Hdlilicr Kine," "Tninnrack" xnd "AnnieG."  Mliiernl Claim!:, situate on White Grouw  Mountain, Gout Klver- Mining Divi��lon off  Wost- Kootcuuy District.  ������������.-'-.        ���      .,0  You are Hereby notified that wo bnve e��-  pei ded far siRSt'Ssnient -work and record Ing  fc��s on the above named Mineral clulm�� fi>r '  tliejvast tnreeyenm the isuin of Twelve Hhbi-  (Iredand Thirty (J12S0) Dollara, ln order to  bold the Riild ctuirus under the provision* ol  the Mineral Act, nnd If within ninety days  IVom the date of this notice you full or refns*.  to contribute your proportion of such expenditure!* toKCtherwltli thecoRt* of advertising,  your IntercHt. In said mineral claim* will he.  i'otae the property of the subscribers under  the]irnvlKl<>ns orHeot Ion four ��1 the "Mineral,  Aot Amendment Act,190t��."  Ilutcdut Nelson. B.C. this 27 th dny oi March,  1903.  ilUOIl SUTHERI.AKD ;   ���  John Ayton Qiiison  .   H.U.NKl.r, , ���-, ���  UlIAHLKS R. H6lllK8.a.  u  0^  r0  ed  ma  ���ch,;  : ,^^*^~  ���W  U  <X);  ���^  ��5  ��  .."���r��'. .  >"  ���H  ��� SS ^  <  0  aW>':  ������;ac';'  03  C_i>  . a    a  A  ��=  0  0,  LU  CO ���>��.-���'  THE  NELSON   ECONOMIST  Reasons for Opposing  Houston's Election  Houston's disloyalty to Premier McBride and his government  Houston's practical admission that he is a Conservative only so long as the Conservatives  accept  him as their leader. ���  Houston's tactics of setting class a'gainst class for his personal end*.  Houston's willingness to sacrifice the Conservative party to gratify his personal ambition.  Hoiiston's double-dealing with every party or section with whom he has been allied.  Houston's lack of capacity as a legislator. .  ���    , Houston^ threat to rutr'a^an independent if turned down by tlie Conservatives.  Houston!s presumption in attempting to dictate the policy of the party.  Houston's persistent persecution of Conservatives in his paper with tlie one desire of creating discord in the party. (   ,    ,  And lastly, the belief that Houston never was a Conservative.  r *r  Nottingham, England.  Extract from Ihe Nelson , Ecomojixst,  August lStfc;  Other letters were written to Mr.  Starkey, but brought forth no response, so last Monday the following  requisition was forvvarded to the presi-  dent of the association :  Fred Starkey, Esq., President Liberal-  , "Conservative Association, Nelson,  .-', ' B.C.:'"  Dear Sib,���You' have been repeatedly asked?'to' call a "meeting or the  Liberal Association of the city, but  have failed to do so. No meeting has  been held for months, though a general election 'is at hand. We how request you to call a general meeting of  the Liberal-Conservative Association  for Wednesday evening in the board of  trade rooms, su��h meeting being for  the purpose of considering all matters  pertaining to the welfare of the party  and to endeavor to so unite' the party  as to ensure the election of a Conservative candidate.  (Signed)     "W. A. Maci>onaIi1>,  ? A AA" John Etx/uyty  3?. J. Bbadi,ey,  HARUY BlBD.a 70  Frank Fletcher,      >  .--:;. ,T^-F.;iSTOl>i>A.BT,'"' AoA  ���'A .   P. LAMONT,       ;������-. _  '/      .y,-' It.  W.   HANNINGTON, "  H. E. T. Haui/tain.  AThlu wasaccompanied by the following personal letter from Mr. Macdonald:   ..   .   ,,.,..,-   ...  Fred Starkey, President Liberal-Conservative Association, City :  , Dear Sin,���I am anxious to make  one la,t>effort towards;Lharmony before  it'is too Into. I enclose a request  signed hy a few of the many who desire a meeting. The decision and responsibility rest with you. iryoude-  cideto call the mating, I; would Suggest notice being inserted in thejrjorn-  ing paper.   Trusting that you will do  SO,  ; ��� W.A. ^MACPOSAI,!*.  This requisition was not treated  with even the scant courtesy of a.reply, which, everything considered, is  perhaps not to he marvelled at. The  only sign given that the president had  ever received the letter, Was the more  prolific use of foul language by the  '���gaug"<5n the streets to express their  opinion of respectable Conservatives.  When no answer to the requisition  was received, thirty or forty meinbera  ofthe pur ty-came together and decided.  to call the public meetlnjg of Conservatives which was, held in the board of  trade rooms Wednesday evening. The  Houstbtiites refused 7 to; attend: that  meeting, although one or two of their  number, It is said, as is their custom on  occasions of this character, availed  themselves of a convenient post to witness the proceedings. The attendance  at that meeting was so large as to leave  no.doubt of the widespread feeling of  resentment which prevails amongst  Nelson Conservatives at the outrageous  conduct of President Starkey. The  chair was occupied by Dr. Stoddart  and Mr. C. I. Archibald acted as sec-  rectary. '������ '-''���':  It was moved by W. Ai Macdonald,  seconded by Geo."Steed, and carried  unanimously.:  WiiereasMr. Fred Starkey, as president of the Liberal-Conservative Association, has neglected to call any meeting of the association of Conservatives  generally for the purpose of either preparing to heal the differences known  to exist in ��� the local. Conservative  ranks, and has broken faith as to meetingsarranged with him to be called  for that'purpose, and has also failed to  complyvwith or even had the courtesy  toj reply ato *nrrequest- signed by, ac-,  kno>vledged Conseryatiyes for a public  ineetibgbf theVasooiatioii:  Therefore this public meeting of Con  servatives approves of the calling of  this meeting so that the members of the  party'as a whole may have au opportunity of being heard, and further this  meeting condemns the course pursued  by the president of the association and  declares his conduct betokens lack of  fairness and true appreciation of bis  position and an apparent desire to act  solely in the interest of a portion only  ofthe party.  Navy Cut Mild, Medium and Full  Navy Mixture.  Navy  Cut  Cigarette  Tobacco,  x   Pedigree Tobacco, Navy Cut  ���#    Cigarettes.  Tobaccos and Cigarettes are Second to None  WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS TOR WESTERtT CANADA.  ��� Beetori & Go., Ltd, victoria, a c  ./ iia...  MONTREAL^ Sole Manufacturers of the "Pinto Shell Cordovan" Gloves and Mitts  I      R. HrCARLEY,B.C,Agt.  jvLANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  One seven-roomed house and  one three-room bouseo  for rent. '"��� ���",'���  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One I��ot on   Stanley   street,   opposite Royal Qrr   AMMAQIT  Hotel for sale at a bargain. A3LL MNIlHoLt  WADDS BROS.  PHOTOGRftPHERS,  Vancouver and N��lso>n  MKER STREET. NEISON, B. C  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVCMCNTS  , All kinds of Canvas Work made  to order.  Also Clothes Cleaned   and  Repaired.    ��� ���'������'_:,'���   -���.  Boyington & Ross,  257    BAKER -ST.,    NELSON  "*%%#?  Merchant Tailor,  ��mont Bits. Baker St. Neisoa  Trixey V. Mineral Claini, sltu��.i�� in tK��  Nclsou Mining Division or "\V*st Kootenuy  District."  ���Wiicie located: Ou Best Greek, a tclbutoiy  i��f tlie North Fork of 8 ilmou River.  ' Takij ndico that Ii John MoLateMe, ractlng  ns agent far .lumet) B&rnet MacLaren,  Free Miner's Ccrtlflcate No. BT1.703, au'd Edmund D. Swell; Free Miner's CeTtllletU* No.  B7L,'704..1iiteiHl, sixty days t'rointlie datebere--  or, to apply to tlie Mining Hccorder lota. Certificate of improvement)!, l'or the purpose or  obtaining aCrown Grant of Mi�� abo\�� elnlm.  And ruiitier take notice that aetiou, under  section S7, must be commenced before the 1b-  BiianceofBuch Certificate of Improvement)!.  Dated ihlH 2Tth"day or July," A. 1��. UG3.  Jon'ir kcLatckib.  BO YEARfl9  Marks  DCBtt&NS  CoPYmaMYs&c-  Anvooe rending a sketch anSQe��crtp4l<mia*_  ulcktj axeftatn our opinion freoTktlher an  ifeutlon 1�� probably patentable.   Cont man leiv  QBlcW  lutcnti  probably wite       iBdenUni. Handbook oarateota  tlon�� strlrtlr conl  ffli   j taken tbrooitL ._.       _  tfieiatuotie*. without charge, lath*  iin*frsc iAdeat mjrsney"for i*��ariDB_P*tenU.  ratenta taken through Hunn * Co. racelt*  Scientific American*  -* hundsomeir lltaftrated weak!j. J^reoi dr.  cnlatloM of nnjracientlBo fcnun&L ���rmui.Ua  setir; tour month*. ��L Bold bjr��U i����-MlcaIeTB.  MUNN &Co 3��j^��^-^ltewYQift  BikoA Offlca. 621 F BU. Waahlngton.D.C  CERTIFICATE OF IHPROtfEHENTS.  Emerald No. 3 Mineral Claim, situate In  flic Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenny  District.       ��� ������'.���   -.-  ' Where located : Atthe summit nt the head  or 49 and Snmmlt Creeks, udjolning the  Shandon Mineral claim.  Tivke notice that I, Reginald M. Macdoiv-  aid, JTree Miner's ctrtlllcate No. 1158,-105,  lulend sixty days "from' the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a certificate of Improvements, for. the par.  pose of obtaining a Crown grant of the abo\��  claim.  And further take notice that action, ua-  dpr section. VS7, inuHt be commenced  before  the iBsuance ot such certifl��ate of improve-  ments.  ��� Bated this 17th day of July. A.D. 1903.  B. M. Macih>kai.p.  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  Op. B C. Customs House. Nelson.  Bartlett House  (Formerly Clarke House)  The best II per day uonsoin Nelson.   "  None but white help employed.   '.Tlie bar  thbest. :    ���  G. W.  Bartlett,   Prop  P. Burns & Co.  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  MEAT MERCHANTS  Head Office Nelson, B-a  Branch  Markets   'n  Rossland,  Trail,   Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, Tbiee  Forks, Ne-w Denver and Slocan City.  Orders by MaiLto any braacb iwill have prompt and careful attention.  Hi McCausland, shoemaker  V *. Bbbtsariid Shoes made to order. Invisible Patching,  a Specialty. Only Union Men Employed. My stock  of fine ready-made work lowest priced in the city.  NEELANDS' OLD STAND, BAKER S  IDEAL  CASH GROCERY  Corner Mill and Josephine   Sts.  SAY!  Where are you going to buy your  groceries this month? Why not  try the little store with the big  stock, corner of Josephine and  Mill streets.  A Few Specials  Fine Granulated Sugar, 16 lbs.  for $1  Maravilla  Ceylon Tea,  50c per  lb., 5 lbs. for -...$2  Tomatoes two caus for 35c  Corn, per can 10c  Alberta Ranch Eggs, two doz.  for   55c  Creamery Butter, bricks, per lb.   .....30c and 35c  Local New I aid Eggs, per doz..45c  Eleven lbs. New Potatoes for.... 25c  Also a good variety of Christ ie'  Biscuits, fresh from the factory.  R. G. JOY, NELSON, B. C.  MILLINERY.  A large stock, cf Millinery and  Ladies' Out��itiiigs  Also Ladies' Hair Goods.  MRS. ENFIELD  Next Store to  Hudson  ELry Company  SMOKE  THE   CELEBRATED  BRIAR  PIPES.  CO  LU  <  X  CO  \yzgp'  W. A Thurmari  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  #  job Printing  ��� ���    ;. ..-7-Jl\l7..7'i      ���         --1  Letter Heads,  Bill HeadsT  Statements,  Note Heads,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc., Etc.  We Print  The Economist  Complete Stock of Stationery  Orders by Mall Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET,  NELSON, B. C.  West Kootenay Butcher Co  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers I u  ilt meat:  Camps supplied on sliorlesu  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stock.  E.C.TRAVES. Manager  W.G. Gillett  Builder   and   Contractor  Estimates  given on stone, brick  aud woodwork.  Brick and Lime for Sale  Fred. J. Squire  Tents and Awning* made and repaired,  Clothing cleaned and mended.  M\ lhe Wallace-Miller Co., Kelson  JOB     PRINTING      AT  THE   ECONOMIST   OFFICE.  '����� :*7ia  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  m  IP A.,,  is. -  Kb- <"  l* ���  R V  ��  |?A-  If .  jir  The rehearsals for the  Mikado are  progressing favorably.  There are 726 names on the voters'  list for Kaslo riding.  A. S. Fnrwell   has left for a two-  weeks' visit to the coast.  Miss   L.  McVicar, of Nelson,  will  teach at Dnhamel this year.  Washington State Press Association  meets in Victoria next week.  Rossland   Conservatives will   nominate their candidate on September 11.  John Keen, president of tbe "Provincial Mining Association, is in the city.  The steamer Kaslo will in future  make tri-weekly trips from Kaslo to  Lardo.  Eyeache and  Headache.  Eyestrain  causes  both.  Drugs  relieve  only  temporarily.   Properly adjusted glasses remove  the cause and effect a  permanent cure.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  Rov. Father Ferland, formerly of  Nelson.bnt now of Spokane, is vUitiiiR  Nelson.  " John Retallaek, Liberal candidate  for Kaslo riding, is spendinga few days  in Nelson.  Miss Fraser, of Revelstoke, who lias  been-attending the Business College,  has left for her home.  Thomas'Coyle, father of E J. Coyle,  general passenger agent of theC. P. 31.  died.in Winnipeg on the 12th lust.  s Bioscope pictures of Canadian scenes  ViU"*be- seen    at    the   opera   house  -next Thursday and Friday evenings.  Regret was expressed by everyone  that the Shamrock was beaten. Tlio  Reliance won by 5 minutes and 13  seconds.  -  ' The jury's verdict in the Cumberland  disaster, states that the explosion was  due to a'sudden outburst of gass liberated by a squeeze.  Wncn You Meet la Japan.  Nothing- is more amusing than to  watch two acquaintances saluting in the  streets oi a Jaysuicso town. As they  come in sight of each other they slacken, their pace and approach with downcast eyes and a-vcited faces, as if neither  was worthy of l>eholding tho other.  Then they how low, to as to bring the  faco on a level with the knees, on which  the palms of the hands are pressed.  A succession of hissing sonnds is next  made by drawing in tho breath between  tho closed tooth, interspersed with a series of complimentary phrases tittered  with great volubility in a sort of under-;  toned falsetto, each trying to oatdo his  friend in rapidity and extravagance of  language, whilo the palms are diligently rubbed against each other.  At last the climax is reached, and  each endeavors to give the precedence  to the other. For somo moments, perhaps for a full minute, the polite contest continues. Then the ceremony., abruptly ends, as if the difficulty were car  pal.le of unnr but a brusque solution,  and the two pass on hurriedly, with a  look of extreme relief.  IMPORTERS OF-  Patenaude Bros.  Opticians  Baker   Street,   Nelson  .' - Mrs. M." Becker, mother of H: Becker, travelling freight agent of the C.  P. E., bus arrived, in the .city Irom  Hamilton on a visit to her son.  A, Conservative convention will te  held at Koda.jCreek on August 25tli.  Barkerville Conservatives will nominate Messrs. S. A. Rogers and AY.  Adams.  A' The IiUIooet-Caiiherviitivo,Associj-  tion has elected W". J. 'Ahererombc,  {president; A. W. Smith, vk-e-pu-H-  ident; John" Marshall, hccrefciry ; and  - W.-Durham| Treasurer.   ;The O. P.*'R.pffiisiaU here thin wwk  promised'to maintain a regular d.-ily  service tlie coining winter to- i'ophir  jCrcek, and also to open .i lelejjiup'i office at that point at once.  /_ '" The^ conservatives of SiiiuTcunicen  ElectoraT District, at> \! -rjr<* mii<1-i epre-  . scnthtive gather!njr of tl.e dWrgwlcs  from al! points of the rUlinif iv.i Saturday last, unanimously nominated L  W. Shatfurd as their _ sfa ndard-bearer  for the didtriet.  "' , C. B. Winter, teller at the tt.tnli of"  Montreal at Kelson,-lias been I'-aiis-  ferred to tbe Rossland biaiiuh, where  lie will a'-sume tlie duties (.rat-eouni,int.  Mr. Winter will Ik- ml-notI by a lar^c  circle of friend-i in NeU'��u. J Hi (il ice-  in amateuroperalic peifuamancej vil!  be hard to fill.  Shipments of all Uiudd of fruit indigenous to the dhstrtct sue being  ruslnd from the Okanagan vulU'y. eastward to Manitoba. Many carliiud.-i nro  sent out daily. Potatoes :iro also 1*1 ng  shipped to the prairiei. The vnribhuta  in tlie Okanagan nppaien'.ly lind a letter maiketin IhcNurlhwcst and Mni;-  itoha for their products than ljicy do on  the coast.  Fred Irvine & Co. ure showing llu-ir  importation of the newest anil l-ik-at  New York styles hi ladU-.i* 4:u!>r-.sii.lo  rcady-to-wear felt huN, ��i:ni ii:.-iMiif.i<--  turers'samples of Aiucriean silk wnisls,  blouses, Monte Carlo coats, j.ieltel.i,  dress skirts and uuderukirtx. Tiiey  have these linea on exhibition fmm  which lhey will take spec-inl orders  only. Measure taken and fit guaranteed.   "'  Articles Made ot EclBkln.  An eelskin leather factory is situated  in a quiet street in the neighborhood of  London bridge. Here are prepared and  manufactured various articles from the  skin of the copipion eel., The skins are  manipulated by nume.ous complicated  processes until they resemble and would  easily bo taken for leather, although ot  a. more glutinous and pliable natura  This strange commodity is cut into  long, thin strips and plaited veiy closely together for whiplashes and to coves  portions of tho handles of more expensive whips. Certain kinds of lashes and  harness laoes aro also mado of eelskin.  This leather is almost indispensable in  articles of this doscription, where flexibility allied with an uncommon toughness is dosn-cd-���Invention.  A Lost Opportunity.  "Well, Undo Wiliam," said the  president of tho emigration Bociety, "I  t'po30 yon hearn do news?"  "No.   Whut's stirrin?"  "W'y, you ain't hearn 'bout de treasurer?"  "JTotaword.   Whut ho dono now?"  "Run off wid de funds���tuk ever'  dollar wid him !���'  "Lawd, Lawd I   En how mash, wuz  hi do treasury?"  r f,.Fo" hundred dollars!"  ���-f'En yon bay ho gone wid it?'' - ������   "Clean gone!"  The old man sQppied \wapped h��  thought and hud a raraway look iu hia  eyes. "To\ h uudred dollars!" ho repealed to himself. "Fo" hundred dollars!  E'- <lcs tor think cr it I I wws de treasr  cr-er cr de society for two weeks en  bad ever' dollar cr dat money 121 uijr  power! My, my! Fi��' huuili-ud dollars���  fo' fcuudrtd bright, silver dollars in a  ghiuin lump! Lro'r Johusou^will ypo  please, fcuh, do mo'a favcr?" "/'���'  ���' Dc3 uamo it. Uncle William."  ,, "Tako tics hcah hicfcVy stick, suh, en  bit mo 'cross do head ea  den  kick me  ha'd ez you kin, enb, out de do' 1''    1  $-Jjp loncfitc* Ctil�� nu Fl;;g*zi.  '���We**'." ��ul Mr. Goslingtou, "thi  iroungHtoT ha.s cut his finger. Tho only  surprising thing is that ho ^idu't do it  ^lic Qrst day ho got tho knife. How he  did it ho doesn't know himself, except  that tlio |;|iifc slipped and the first thiug  be knew his fhifjcr fm bleeding. Then  ho ran to hid motho*. JIjs face waa  White, but he didn't cry, \vhidi I  thought was very bravo, and I tl^ink e^  ptill. His mother washed tho finger gear  tly and then honud it np with a strip 0$  Eoft, won?, .whi(# cottgn cloth tied  eround not with 3 piccp of coramcq  cord, but with a muTOw Strip torn pfi_  tbo edge of tins cloth itself. I heard hex  tearing it and I thought it sounded fai  ji2tli;ur, iuid tlinu I romotwbeted that was  iho way car mother used to do up mj  ��nger.  "Then tho boy went arcand-W/^.  'that finger held -oat straight from tfa��  rest of the hand and with a oolomu  look ou his face, but I13 couldn't stay  go'enm long, and it was sm-prising how  tj��iex*y his finger healed too. Then hia  mother puji ft cot over it. a Gngcr cut  from an' eld kid glOTP (just what my  mother rscd to do, too, and I wonder ii  fll jnothurs do those things just alike),  _p protect it for a day or two more until  |fc ^-ct fully .well Tbat was riholly new  to biai, and it pleased him very much,  lio v.-oro the gluvo finger with thoprond  |)ut reserved dignity of ono convalescing  from a saber stroke instead of a cut  irom his first knife, and it all mado ma  feel i&ung again myself.    "^-*= -���  CONSERVATIVE PLATFORM.  [Adopted atK��Te]stoke,Sei>l��inbor 131 li,1902.l  1. That this convention reaffirms tlio _iollc_-  ol'the party 1�� mutters of provincial road*  and tnvils; Hie ownership and control of railways uud'llied��v��]( ipinent or the agricultuiul  res'ourccD oftlieiwovinco as laid doirn in the  platl'orm sutopud 111 October, Lst)9, which i-au1-  follows:  "To actively aid-in lhe r:(viifttrucIion or  trails tlirotiglioat lli�� undcvclojied portions  ofthe provlnftctuid llic building of provluciul  trunk roadsofptil) lit neoessity.-  '���"To-'adopt tlie principles of government  ownership of laLUvaysiu so fsir astlic elreum-  stancH-s of the >ro-vInce will admit, ana l iu  adoption oftlie prla-clplethatno bonussliould  be granted toany.-. Piillvvaiy company wjiiuh  does aot g:lv�� tLie govcminfcnt of the province control of icites over lines bonused, together with the ojition of purcaase.  .-" To actively isstiat by statu uld in the de  velopinent of tlie agi-lcultui-al resources of Hie  province.    ,        .  2. That la theineantlmc and until the Railway policy above-set forth ean he uecoui-  filished. u genenul railway act be passed, glv-  nga freedom toeonstruct railways under certain approved regulations, analogous to the  system,that luis aesultod iu suen extensive  railway coiiitiLictlon in the XTnited States,  with uo mucLi advsuiUigc ;to trado and commerce ���������-.  : 37 That to cncfrtti-a.se tlie mla Ing iniJustry,  the taxation ut'iiieL.i-llil'erouBiatuessliould he  on the basis- da percentage on .the :uet pio  IltB.    ������'   ���:'������ ���'������������������   A'---       ������"���-       --.A'  4. That tlie govcrnirient. ownership ofa-telc-  phono systems sliotitd'bebrouehttibont'aba  llrst Btcp iu tlio awinUitlon'oCpitliHc utillties,  5. Thata portiouofevery coalsii-ea lierehltcr  to be disposed ef sliould bereserved from ssile  or lease, so tbat s^late owned- ^nine's inay be  easily accessible, ll UVelr operation becomes  necessary or advisable.  0. That lu the pulp land leases provision  should be made foi reforesting mutt hat stepb  should be taken for the general preservation  of iorestsliy guarding against ilie was tviui  destruction of limber. .���.-.,rt.-7���.-���-  7. 'l'hat tliei.legislature and government or  the province should, persevere in the erl'ortto  secure, t Jie exclusion of Asiatic labor.  8. That'tlic matteroi'tje{,lcrtei'tn��lnthe\vay  ol subsidy and npiuopnutioiis for the province should shouldbpvigorously itrpssed pp-  on the Dojrjiul^n government.''   a' 7 ''  9. Tlitrt Ilie silver-lead InditstrSes of tlie pio-  v ince beT-ostere d slnd .ciiconnigt d by the 1 m-  position of hu-Tensed eusloins duties on.lead  and lead products Imported into Canada, and  that the , CoDBei-vative , meni'bcis' of the  Dominion House be urged to support any  motion .lrtroduced for sueh a purpose.:��� .  10. Tlutt:as nulustrial disputes almost lo-  varlalily result In'ercatlotsand Injury both  to the parlies directly, concerned, a|id to the  publiclejflslation sliould be passed to provide  means for an amicable adjustment ofsuch disputes between employers and employees.  11. That ll Is advisable lolpBlcr the manufacture ofthe lav products cf the provinco  within tlie rroviuce as far as practicable by  mrunsoHasatlon 011 the said raw products,  subject torc-L-ate ofthe mine In whole01 pait  when innnuiuet ured in Jiritl&li Columbia.  NorrcE xo co sit actors.  COTTR'r 330VSE, tCEtSOX.  SKAT.ED-TRKX)E:?ii3. ajr.pcrly-l ndorecd, -will  be je'celvedViy the iniaersfjjned up to and  including Monday." tp'p st-vcnl.li Kcptcniiier  ncM, Tor Itiei erection and voarinle'tidii pi a  Courtllouseal Kel.s'on.U. 0., :'"'   '  I)rawiiiss,b|irdIicatiotis aiid couilUion oi  tender a ad r-iii itriLfct ini'y be seen at the Pub  He Works lingEueer'sOlllee, 15.��*..at the ollice  of R. J.Sl;tiinr-T, Ksq.; Ti'.nincial Timber Inspector, Vancouver,���H.C.iiind at the oflice of  the.CJov.'i-nrnent Ageiit, N.'els��ni, .11. U..on and  after thosisth of Augufiliiervf.    :" " '  Teudcib nr! H u��it"l>e.consKlcTCd unless ri'iwle  sit'it . kixjii tlsp prl��r<il fnrms ' funii-=lsed  l>y the JX-|Jii|-l]llent lti'vlliat I'Hipose, and the  asretirueijl.Lo��js��'<ititPa iioiitl nppenclefl to tho  form or fc'ntlcT is duly signed liy ilie <-cm-  tnicli>rand1<ro-Ktreti< P, remionsiblc ivmidente  of the 1'roVltt-M, S|U1_liu-|nry ((��. (he pepnrl-  'ment. Iti Ilie penutsui)iof3liit,��*ocneh hn- the  fait Hiu I purrortikiiiicc and ei.nipletlon ol the  work. ' ���.���,'���  'J'lif lonrest orany lender not n<��cssarljy accepted.  ,   v-  ��� <;<>nE.  Sopul j- CVanriiiksiiiiier 01'Lands & Works.  '.LuncH a aa Works Jlcpurhntiiit,  Victoria. 1st August, 1SUS.  Land AppVcailoo.  8lxty dayis nn��r date, ] Intend to apply lo  llicdiferCbinitiiKfiloJicrbfI.:iiiriK and Works  for the ftilknrlup land : (Jiiiiiin.nclii'g' at 11  post ut the iH>rJti-west col at-i ii lot Sil. Ol  Kootciin.v lllstrrcl.tlu-iu-e dueTvetit -10 chains,  tlicnw: southHjUclisiins. thence��-ast 40 chains,  thence northtilung west Txiuiidnry of lot &!5  <JI, to poEnt Ol" <*juincnreiiH'nt, containing  1C0 acres. JJ. E. Klktcu kb.  -  JSclson.SSIlt Jiily.lE03.  CERTIFICATE Of IMPROVEMENTS.  Kojm| Sp��t-nntl Hoyul Cimrter Mineral  Cliiiinc, .��3tin'ite liishc NeUon aMl>iioj_ iJivl.vion  of Wen Kootenay1 Bislv-icl.  Whoro l��j��ited: Uctu-ecu 4J and Eagl.  Creoles.       .,  Take ��nl(ee Ifcit I, Roli<HylSoi(| {,euR��e. actinias i��gc-t��L f*j. W, h, lu)Y>'.i Ktc* MiwrV  Cortllicatc 3Tt�� 3Wn.T<>5; apil..Mired Hunker.  Kroo ��r,ner".t. Certillcutc No. Ua��,7i'< intend  sixty days i'ciaut 'tno-datc Ihmvoi, to apply to  tho Milling ItwrtxU-r for �� tVrtiili-ate of Iin-  pi-()Vi!ii>ent��, for- tlio purjv st- .,1 obtalninj. n  Crown Oraut nf ihcJibovot I:il��ns,  ��������� A->d furthertuko isfiticv. Unit action under  Sr-ctlo��fl7iiitiHl- te c minciwx-d hcfi re the Is-  s anrc orsai-KCVriliieate orrinprovcinonts.  Dated ltiis lSlli A ugust, 1SUS.  ���    H. 8. IjP.vsik.  *  *Pl(i LoUK*��t Lc��e &cttar.  ^erLaps qic |oDgest lpve letter in.th*  Wprld ia'pae'ivrittenbya pettaiii pcsjirticr  .%i (he time, of iQneoi KHznljctli to li}*  ^adylova ou tbe raturn from' tie iuinada  s^npaigf_ }i pecupied 400 sheets af  c^abbpfi -^ritjaig, tho ^um ber of yrtatft)  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Millineryi HoseP Men's Furnishings  1 \   New Fall Goods Just Arrived  100 Pieces of Fancy Flannelettes, suitable for Ladies' Sbirtand Blouse Waists, Wrappers and Clifldren's Dresses, worth 20c.  Sale price, i2_^c. -New White and Grey Saxony Wool Blankets, all sizes and qualities. New Wool Comforters and Eider Down  'Quilts.1- New Ta1>le Covers, Portierres and Curtains, new Table Linens, Towels and Sheetings, new Laces, Ribbons, Gloves and  Dress Trinitmng.s.  Bargains in Rugs, Art spares, Oilcloths, Linoleums, Lace curtains  -s ���'  /*^^VWW  ED IRVINE <& CO. '2J!m��Rg&  mmmmmmmwmmm  The  Most Nutritious Breakfast Food in  the Market and a Home Product.  ALL GROCERS SELL IT  $7.50 PER TON,  DELIVERED  All orders in*u.st "be accompanied "by cash and should "be forwarded  either personally or lay mail tb the efflfce of '"  W. P. TIERNEY, GENERAL AGENT  THE TIME  No-w is the Time to pick your Carpets and L*mole*oms just before house-clean  ,'ing. We carry a very large, assortment, patterns, Tery latest. See oiar Go  VarLs rang-irg in*prices from $3.00 to $S0.CO.  Furniture Dealers and  Undertakers  ��������     <S!5^   "^o-*    vf_��^   vizC'   ^i_��^ *Z5$��y "2\5^ "^SfZ^  Notice to Creditors.  I^"_T��E_SCI',__K3rr COUKT Ul'' BRIT13 [J  "C0I.UMD3A",  !>��� Tirp cjoods (>r qjor.ap.T<i3ES smvlv ne,v-  N'otice H lioioby gU-oi) Uiat -pur'-n.-vnl lo  Cltii|>terlK7,ho<'tIi>ls-Jli, (��l Lho J��cv:std .Sli.tum  01 llntiESli Ci-.|iiiiil>la. |S&7, shut tHft cis'ttltoi's  .lU(l othois Illirillff'<-|:\l||lS sssiliist mi 1*1 llP'  cosised, -fflio ilfod,Hl 31nfr>iln, hkll,��) Oiimi1> of  Krle, stftto��ifXe\v 5?ork.oii ornlMVin tlie 1>U>  day of June, I9W2, ure pi-ijulml cm oi berore t lio j  .11 li diiy of Augritssl. lyu.i, |<i<.��ii<l liy uu>.t, \na.  p.iid. tii'llfUvi-l'tu J3cf.si-.��. Klliol a Lonnio, < f|  il'c Cll> <iJ N�� I��i>u, 3*. ('., Mill cHnrR Inr tlio]  iiainlnlHtniU.il-, witU |li<> Wilt uimexod of llic |  hist M'III nritl Testju'riftii. <if-the s:iHI"deoc-as��l '  ! Iit-'lr CbrletlannjidBnt-niimeR, ny<Ucss('!J mul  ilesnrijitlouit, lho -full 1 iirl-lewJQts of tnolr  "clalu\ii. Uie fflntenxent- of thulr '-iflswir.nts nml  the r.ttliiic of Hit ����urllli?s, iC ft��y, licld liy ,  llu-m. ���->...  .,.   ^. ��� ..     . -,  ���Ami r��irUwrmft�� no!l<-e,ibalaiJ'lcr said lust  montioiivd (liiteiheiisiid isdinlalstnilors wltii 1  llic will aunesi-d will protfrci lu (Hs1ril>iil�� I  lhe atafcis of the (Unused-HntonefiMie imrties !  entllliMl  thori-U)   liavlnir M'j!aT<I��liiIy to llic;  i-liiiniB ol  wlilcli  IC sluill thon  1uiy<>  notice,  and Unit IIlcki��1<I iidmhil��lnLU)Tti if i Hi llic will |  iinnexcd will not Ive-llnMe ftir llirtaiiit :i.h>^l-I-<  iirnny pml tliei cof lonnj   jk'Imhi uf i^-i-s>oiis  ol'vrlt��x�� <-taiit)iKii<>ti<��! slmll in��l \\n\u heen rc-  witwl hy It ul tin-time ol bucki <lislrlliiiiiou.  Diitcd ti.i'B !%tli &*yat June, A. V. ISM.  EIjMWT A 1.1! T.I IK  Solicitors for Uio X! ItuK'MjliiliotixlTii.sl Co.,  AdmHii&tisitnrH villi ll il- \MH iinnexcd ol  John OeorgL-fcinjly New lard, ilK'tJihcd.  KOOTENAY     .  .  ��� COFFEE CO.  Coffee Roasters.  t i  Tea and Coffee  Dealens in  Wc a r�� -jUt-rlns nt lo-n-est prices llic best]  pradJs ol Ceylon, l��<ll-.i,Cl��l na sind .Tiipau j  Tens.  Onr BeBl  Mocha and Java Coffee jicr  pound......; S  h!0  Moc-lia mul Jnvji Blend,S pounds. 1.(10  ClKJlra; lili'iul t!o��"<<c,4 pounds.Si:..;/. I DO!  Spct-lAl i;icii(lC��>ft'ee,��potiii<ls.H.'...'.;. l.tti:  ttlii ��U-ndCuiruc,Gpunn<l8  1 Oo!  Hpeclnl Hlcud Ceylon I'tai, per pouiid.    H0;  A TRIM ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 1&3.  /TEST     BARER   STPwEET,    NELSON  Fire. Life, Accident, and Sicknessjnft/,  surance.     Real  Estate, Loans.  Etc-   ^  Having purchased the Agencies hitlerto conducted .by^Mx. A."R.  Sbeuvccd wc 1 eg to aiiiiour.ee to Clier.ts lhat we 'will give "prompt and  careful attention to any biifiness entrusted to our care, at our offices over  "McArthnr'-s "Furniture Store. '"        .     ~   *: ��.. .     '.-.  Mortgasc Sale.  Under 41 nil hy -virtue of the powers cran-  liiliii'd hi i�� c<'iiuiiiinorlg��pc, uhlt-ii -will l>e  produced at. t lie time of nilc, there wlllbeof-  rcred ror.ftalc IjyiHibHeauictionliyCa A. "Wsit-  e.-maii, at Uls,oflice lulUicK.-Wi-C.- Blneb,  H11 k��r - Htrect; '-NelMiii.-.-,';B.?;;.C;'.�����'-on ' Monday,, the xtlilid- day,o-:of: -.AuetiBtr: ��� 1W3,  111-;7 tlie "hour, of 12-���-.;o'clock .-. noon, I he  following .7i>ro|H'rty: .All mid.: singular  lliutr'crtaiii pursel or traqt.oMuba nnd premises lylnc and belli jr ln Jlie Oily <��r Nelson, In  Ihefrovluce��f BrltiiUi Colmnbfa, .511:d:being-  IaOt-iiuinl)<wedJ.-wen(y.tw��(a) in Block- ntim-  bcro-d tw��.-��ly-iilne<2!8, aceordiiiB to tlie 0111-  cial Plan oi t-nrvey of llmTowh^laow City) or  Nelson. Thi* properly is ail nut* on Sllliai  street, lxst-wccn Ward un��l Slanlcy htrtela,  and liars errc-li-d thmoii 31 eomfoimble two-  ��U��rey frame dwelline-linuK^.  .For tonus 4iud conditions orsiil* apply lo  Hoi let lore for .Mortgagm**.  Dated t.bl�� Bftccntli day of July, A. ��. 1803.  raN^i^l  ��T.  Now  Notice.  In the Jnaltr-rofan appllrntlnitfora dnjKli-  i-a.lv ota CVitUli-ato ot TUIe to llic several lots  orianit Uert-iuiiftL-r bjiccilietl sl1o:u< il tit tlie  to!j*n of Il^mstiyid. " " /  K^tU^Tii lic-irdvy givep ttnt it Ik nly inti-n-  tlVU to li<-^i< ^tWc;��lm(itg  ot" tinc Bjoalli  oVtbe PtrfWnWot Title-U��l fa 1,2. S, �� >,^.  I2,U��n����, Blaclsi, I.olBl.Sr.3, *, IB. V ��u3  l��.l��W*Sfc ?��)te G.7,8, 9. )I), M.12,B,H,1��,  iltockS,U>ts3,-_ ::. 4, 12 sind lu.lllack-t l.alu  ��>,J,8.9,1��,17, IS. 19 and 20, Block 5, Lot* T, S,  ��. 10,17, lSal>(l^e,tI]oclc ft. Lotus. -I, 1.% 18. 19  And 20. Slocfe 1, Lots :,, 6. II. iX IS, 17, IH and ]��,  H11M-U8.1,'ils 3.2, t.o,(,,?.��. 9.10, 11.12 and IX,  Blocks, Loll; 1,4, II. 15. 19 sind 21��, Hlork 10,  1 lotK3u��(t6.bli>L-k]l, l.oit-1, 'iiui.il 1, IIItK-b  12. Lots 21 ana22. Blnck A. iMn 2�� uud '21,  lllotk B, In lju- Wnllnav Addition lo Uie  Town of KosKlaiMt (MopRlfi)ln 1lw> naino of  Gntrlel Luclen Hobert Wt-yl, vvltlcli ccrtiil-  ��ile in<I,ii��.-4l.tlie6tlilljiy of Marc-la, J SOI, and  numbend ll A. '  H.P.M.iclJ��n,  District Regif-trar.  Land Repl��t��y OHim>.  Kelson. I!. C. 19th Jane. 1003.  JOB     PRINTING     AT  THE  ECQN0&BST   0FFICI  ates East  PAUL,     .MINNEAPOLIS-,!   DUKDTJI  SIOUX CITY  CWcajf^nnd return    ^..    S^-Uft  lorjontoajid return.-...'    ."...89L.3>  WTo tK^I^cv Yptk, dp ..v..;...."..... &kl$K  Covr i.-poa6%_f ratss toi^Ifl  Eastern i^ointsf  Tlckelfc availnlile via J.nke Ronte, inclndic^  Mr'als nnd TJerths.  Sailing Dates  August ib, idt.ar,;-26.  SPECIAL  Hn:iiinore'(U. B. O. E. Convention) ..v_.S8rt50  Kor selling-ditr-B and (ondltionn of mile Tor  MM-e-nl r>i.li>t��. nifily to Canadian Pacltlo  ai;ent��oi vi-rite.  <.  J. S. CARTER, , '      - '? .  $_ Jr. COYIiB,  vw.vbsb:Xgt., -  a.q.+.a:  Ketum. VaneauTer

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