BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Economist May 21, 1904

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xnelsonecon-1.0184190.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xnelsonecon-1.0184190.json
JSON-LD: xnelsonecon-1.0184190-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xnelsonecon-1.0184190-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xnelsonecon-1.0184190-rdf.json
Turtle: xnelsonecon-1.0184190-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xnelsonecon-1.0184190-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xnelsonecon-1.0184190-source.json
Full Text
xnelsonecon-1.0184190-fulltext.txt
Citation
xnelsonecon-1.0184190.ris

Full Text

 1  'AyyArtA^  ^2^1   ^^*^jL  wa  iMM  ^<mm__z  m^mmm  VOLUME VII.  NELSON, B.C., SATURDAY MAY 21, 1904.  NUMBER  APSf  ..News of the  mes  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.  Phoenix Pioneer.  John Matthews is said to have found  some line galena in the Putnam claim,  located, not far from the Greenwood  smelter.  Tuesday was the monthly pay day  with the Granby Co. At mine and  smelter'"between 560,000 and ��70,000  was distributed in wages a lono.  It is understood that (���*-. A. McLeod  of Grand Forks, has secured a working  bond, on the McKinley, a rich gold-  copper proposition located iu Franklin  camp.  It is expected that G. H. Collins will  have charge of the mining operations  of the new Montreal and Boston Co.  when the.-amalgamation, in hand is  completed.  Diamond drill operations are being  undertaken on the Rathmullen group,  Summit camp, where John C. Scraf-  ford is in charge. A diamond drill was  taken over there from Phoenix this  week.  .  According to the circular sent out,  the new Montreal and Boston Consoli  dated Mining and Smelling Co. will  tako in' twelve mineral claims', having  050,00) tons of oro in sight, and now  prepared to put out 1,2-50 tons of ore  per clay. ,  Dongald Mclnnis, one of the owners  of tue'^ummit, in Summit camp, wtis  in town Tuesday, and says they ave  still extending tho long lunnefon.that  property to strike thoTcad. 'Mr. Me-  [iu;h is recuperating a little at Halcyon HOW.  Granby Consolidated stock has  shown groat activity on the Boston  stock exchange during tho past week  and ruling prices are higher. On  Wednesday and Thursday of last week  0,100 shares changed hands ut a price  ranging from 53.75 to $-1.10. One block  was sold for $4.0-3 seller ten.  Mclntyro & McDonald last Wednesday began the work of transferring  the entire machinery plant of the Marguerite mine, Deadwood camp, to the  Defiance, having been bought by Wm.  Fowler'- lor use en the latter. It consists of a 80 h. p. boiler, hoist, pump,  drills, etc., and ���had to he moved about  seven mile's, over a poor road.  ruit \jrowing  Reviewing the season's work,  Thomas Cunningham, fruit inspector,  lias made a report that will interest  fruitgrowers everywhere in the Province. What will strike the reader most,  perhaps, is the wonderful progress that  is being made in this industry, but tho  extracts here given will be particularly  interesting to the citizens of Nelson,  now that it is almost certain that this  city is the centre of what will one day  become' a great frt-it growing district.  "Never," says Mr. Cunningham,  '..has British Columbia had a season as  prosperous as the last has been in the  fruit-raising industry. The fact that  whereas in past years from425 to 80.cars  of apples were shipped for Vancouver  "consumption -from- the-Slates,���-while  til is year only three cars arrived���the  deficit being made up from home supply���is significant.  "But this is only one indication of  the progress of the industry. Since the  1st of January about 250,000 trees were  shipped to this port, of many species  and from many countries. They were  apples, pears, plums, peaches, crabs,  apricots, nectarines, prunes, and cherries, coming from Great Britain,  France, Germany, Holland, the Eastern, Middle and Western States, and  a large number from Ontario. Some  came even from Japan, but these were  more of the ornamental varieties. They  ���were pretty evenly distributed throughout the Province, from Alberni, on the  West Coast of Vancouver Island, to the  Rocky Mountains, and from the boundary line north to the Comox district.  All trees were carefully inspected aud  all that showed any signs of infestation were 'destroyed.  "T^he nursery business is attaining  to very large proportions at' Grand  Forks, at three points iii the Okanagan  valley, in Vancouver Island and the  lower Mainland. On the Coldstream  ranch (Lord Aberdean's) they are going extensively into this business also;  propagating from their best bearing  trees. The conditions-as to soil and  climate there are ideal for producing  healthy robust trees ; with the cold  wiuters the wood will ripen thoroughlj*,  ���which is a very important matter in  growing healthy nursery stock.  "In about two years we should be iu  ales of the  Pill3  ���.-7.'?H=:;i5-7.H^;  Tlie Liberal papers are devoting much space that  might be better employed to killing a straw man of  their own 'stuffing. They accuse the Conservative  pally of opposition to the Grand Trunk Pacific Rail-  wny and devote their energies to crushing tbat opposition.  Now, the Conservatives are not, and have never  been opposed to the building of transcontinental railways ; they led the way in the teeth ofvpersistent and  silly opposition, characterized chiefly by blueruin  prophecy. But they do object strenuously to the  terms of the proposed bargain. .'.  The Prime Minister, whose authority on the geo-  grgphy ofthe route was found to be two hundred and  fifty years old and five hundred miles off the track,  says the cost to Canada will be 1115,000,000; Mr.  Blair, who knows something about railways, said  $115,000,000- Now it is no answer to Conservative  criticism to say that-the G. P. R. cost more than that.  The C. P. R. was a political and national necessity  aiid was built in fulfilment of the contract between  Canada and British Columbia. . It had to be built at  any cost, aud the task was not made easier by the  Liberals. Now a second line is highly desirable if it  can be secured at a reasonable price, but it is not a  necessitj* for which our credit should be indefinitely  pledged. A man will pay any price for a loaf of  bread that saves him from starving, but while his life  is not in danger he does not care to pay more than a  fair price.  have considerable force in their own community, but  it is doubtful if they will succeed in their threat  against the Canadian newspapers which have commented ou the deplorable condition of affairs in that  town, and which should have been investigated by a  commission appointed by the Government. It may  be that the threat is only intended to intimidate and  prevent further reference to the hospital matter, but  eveji in this tbe boycotters will find their mistake. The  taxpayers of the Province demand honesty in the expenditure of their money and the Ymirites are subject  to the same restrictions as the rest of the people of  British Columbia. The press will be lacking in its  duty if it fails to insist upon a thorough investigation  of the whole hospital matter. If the hospital authorities are guiltless they should not fear this investigation.  a position to meet our own demand for  new trees! which will do away with  the evil fruit . growers have suffered  'from the fraudulent and diseased or  misrepresented importations they have  received from unscrupulous nurserymen. How"gio.it the damage already  clone'may be imagined from the fact  that there is scarcely an orchard in the  Province where the lin-ge proportion of  the trees are not being grafted.. Tlie  recent legislation, which compels all  nursery me 11 doing business in British  Columbia, and all agents, to take out  licenses '"and to put up bonds that the  stock they sell are true to name and  free from all disease, is ft protection of  Uie greatest value to fruit growers, and  is greatly appreciated by them. Had  -we-hticl-Ih is-legislation-ten-yea rs-ago,-  iI would have saved fruit growers immense sums of money, besides increasing tlie amount of merchantable fruit  '10U percent, uf what it is to-day. As it  is, it is estimated that a large per cent,  of the bearing trees of British Columbia will have to be top-grafted owing  i  toi-he- fraud of supplying nurserymen  and the mistakes .'made in varieties by'  home growers."  Speaking ���'of the'lines' upon which  fruitgrowers should work with regard  to the varieties of trees they introduced,  Mr. Cunningham said :  " It is an instruclive fact that there  are not more than half a dozen United  States varieties. Tho fruit growers  tiiere havo got down to a few varieties  that arc alwaysmarketable, and this is  the principle that tlie Horticultural  Board of British Columbia are asking  the fruit growers to adopt.".  Iii conclusion, Mr. Cunningham  said : '.      "   '  ." Outside interest in the British Columbia industry-is not confined to any  locality, livery mail brings me letters  from Great Britain, from Australia or  New Zealand, as well as from the States  and Eastern Ontario, enquiring into  laud and particulars for location, which  shows that British Columbia is beginning to make her reputation as a fruit  growing centre. With the. Northwest  demand ever increasing and our convenient geographical situation -to ship  to that market, there cannot be  too rapid a growth of the industry, and  its future success is assured."  Comparison of the cost of the two railways is not  at all to the point, and charges of inconsistency against  Conservatives who approved the building of the C.  P. R. and condemn the bargain_ with the Grand  Trunk Company areac once dishouest and silly.  Not satisfied with having driven the Ymir Mirror  to the wall, the Ymirites now threaten the press of  Canada with annihilation.   ,The Ymir boycotters may  The citizens of Nelson are sometimes subjected to  good-natured chaff on account of their tendency to  exalt the. natural beauty and prosperity of the city.  'But they have good reasons to boast of the progress  of Nelson, and it is pleasing to note that our visitors  are quite as enthusiastic as our own citizens in. referring to the progress and beauty of the Kootenay  metropolis. In his charge to the Grand Jury the  other day, Mr. Justice Martin referred to the pleasure  it gave him to observe that Nelson was steadily improving, and iu natural beauty His Lordship compared the place to Victoria, perhaps the most attractive city on the coast. And every visitor pays a" like  tribute to Nelson, so that our citizens may be excused  if they have grown to regard Nelson as being  among the most beautiful and most phenomenal  ���cities of'this continent:  At   Kaslo, next Tuesday, the  Nelson and   New  Westminster lacrosse teams will cross sticks    Nelsonl  has now .the strongest team she ever had, and if the  New Westminster team is not a great  deal   stronger  than it was last year, Nelson should win.  ian  "A Heart-Broken Husband" writes  The Economist asking this paper to  do something inits capacity as a u re-  dresser of grievances" to put au end to  women gambling. According to this  correspondent gambling is growing  amongst women in Nelson, and that  the demands for pin money are reaching that point where the husbands cannot stand it. The stakes played for, it  appears, are not high, but the losses to  some women are so frequent that they,  have become too much of a drain on  the household resources. One woman  the other day lost the sum of ?2, which  taken iu connection with her other  losses duriug the past twro or three  weeks amounts to .'considerable.- The  Economist would like to do something  to putan end to this gambling amongst  women, but it looks as if the matter  sould be better attended to by the police. It is bad for men to gamble, but  it really does seem worse for women to  permit themselves to become slaves to  the mania.  . The Economist is authorized to  state that John Houston will not address the next meeting ofthe University Club on " Blakemoreism): Is it  Altruism or Egoism?"  All the heroes are not to be found in  the field of battle nor in novels. There  are deeds done* every day equally..as  heroic as those for which the Victoria  Cross is awarded and quite as worthy  of emulation as the bravest performance or the hero of modern fiction.  History records no braver deed than  that of the boy Joseph Jacquemin, who  last Sunday plunged into the waters to  save his little brother and in doing so  sacrificed his own life. All thought of  self was completely obliterated, his  only thought being to rescue his brother. A grateful people raise monuments to perpetuate the deed's of their  own  ''A ��BB  lAsiM  .��� '���     z-::$M  heroes ; why not erect a shaft to com- -  memorate the bravery of young Jacqiie-  mlu ?    It would be a fitting tribute to"  tbe  memory  of   Nelson's   youngest  bcio. /  SPi  181111  SUM  Tlie two performances given here by- --* -A��3g,  1 7;'J7r%l"vf  the Walters' company this week were V'-'t-'^sSi  not without merit, but the good name    -fA'^^  of the company has not been added to''- -> '-"Spi  by the  profanity with which  the two - ^y. A?  plays were  punctuated.   Profanity is   \\f*S$i  not humor, and a play that has to de- -    Append on its interest by the frequent use-,_..;-,j-^jt'  of profane words is very weak*indeedA'-^,X'1ll|  Another thing the managementmight-^'S^f^l  cut out is the appearance of the tramp 'AA'��S��4|fi  on the stage without boots and socks  so mutilated as to expose the greater./:vVVj*l��  portion of the feet of, the actor.     The  public is willing to allow considerable  latitude in the modern melodrama, but  it is doubtful  if the majority.of .the-  audience do not feel somewhat shocked  at such an exhibition as was presented  the other evening.    Tqe scenery .was  exceedingly   good, and some of   the  character work was even  above "the"  average.    But the plays were badly  constructed, and   the lessons taught  were not calculated to  improve   the  morals of the public.  mm  *'3^7^l^^l  h.#7��?-S#I|  HSllI  ���mzmM  WF  :;pw  Among the visitors to Nelson this  week is Dr. Paul Higgins, of Fernie,  who came here to give evidence at the  Assizes. Dr. Higgins is a son of .  Hon. D. W, Higgins, of Victoria, and - "  is a native son. He is rapidly advanc- .��,;,- *,.-=<���>/  lug i n his profession, and is regarded!--?.' -v^xw*  one of the leading physicians of the".-.- ~wJm  Kootenays.  Trail has evidently profited by Nelson's experience. That town also has  ti dancing master���Prof. McLaugblan  ���but the citizens have not been so  reckless as to let him attempt a dramatic performance. '  ,i3  The 1904 crop of American slang is  now in a llatering state of cultivation.  With a few hold-overs from the preceding year it presents an outlook of  much cheer to the members of the  Anti-Dictionary organization.  The present place of honor must  without question be given to the phrase  " That's the answer." Here is a suitable expression^the delivery of which  stamps the speaker as a wise gazabo of  tho first water. It is to be employed  thus, for example :  "I see Knocker has been roasting  Getlhere's new play, while everybody  else agrees the play's the goods."  '���Oh. Getthere turned down one of  Knocker's songs���that's the answer."  Or again :  Employer���Mr. Coraelate, you are behind time again this morning.  Mr. Comelate���Well, you see, sir���  Employer���I don't want any excuses.  Next time this happens you hit the  bricks for yours���that's the answer.  '���That's the answer" may be appropriately used in about twelve conversations out of every dozen, and is a distinct addition to the picturesque  phraseology of the workaday world.  " Up the pole" is the latest aricf smartest synonym for undeviating sobriety.  Time was when " on the water wagon"  was the accepted formula, but this is  no longer fashionable in knowing circles. In 1903 when a man bids farewell to the demon drink he goes " up  the pole."  " Out of luck" is a commendable expression, being used on the slightest  provocation. If a man has lost a million dollars iu Wall street he is "but of  luck." With equal appropriateness if | methods he is trying to "crab the act."  he fuils to get a seat on a street car 1 If a confidence gentleman is restrained  he is "out of luck."     In  using this  from his industry by tlie arrival of the  ilCu"sh'raird',kick"are"coucoraitanlsr  No one in these wise'days ofthe twentieth century ever has money in his  pOcket. Instead he has " cush" in his  " kick," or, if lie he strapped, he has  no "cush" in his " kick." The origin  of tho terms is shrouded in mystery.  A favorite term and one growing  daily in popularity is "crab," to be  used as a verb. Thus, if tlie second  comedian seeks to oflset the efforts of  the   first, comedian   by   questionable  L  P.  ocal and   JTrovincial.  ���*���*���,  __James .Lawrence, _pL_Q.^lg��ryi_  visiting the city.  is  the information of John Elliot, who  phrase one is permitted to anticipate.  Thus, " if we don't make that 12.45  train we'll be out of luck." Further,  "If the boss hears about me going  against the wheal I'll be out of luck."  It's a fine expression. It rolls on the  tongue.  " Tin-canning" goes for the gateway.  So, in a report of a prize fight���which,  en passant, must never be written in  English-r-when one of the gentlemen  runs around the ring in an effort to escape the reach of the other gentleman  the smart reporter must chronicle,  "Frisk" is a new word which is at-{ "Theboilennaker 'tin-canned,' butthe  tabling wide popularity in certain circles. It means " to go through one."  Thus, a gentleman who has been made  the victim of a personal robbery has  been "frisked." A " frisker" is, in plain  language, a thief, though the, term is  becoming elastic and may mean a form  i of skylarking.  former bank clerk was wise to the play  and apprehended." If a " gun" or  thief is pursued by the fly cops he no  longer "take3 it on the run," as he did  last year ; he " tin cans." Tbe expression comes from the gateway tactics  of the dog of glorious memory to whose  tail was attached a tin can.  bulls," or policemen, "his play has  beeii crabbed,' by the interfering gendarmerie. " Crab" is the 1904 equivalent of the verb " queer," which had a  vogue iu its day.  A "rave" is any form of conversational endeavor. The office boy listens  to a " rave" by the boss, the humble  manager harks to the star's "rave,"  and lesser mortals also arc permitted  to indulge in the " rave."  When the " rave" is extended it becomes a " talkfest.'' Earlier in the history of American letters the "rave"  was a " wheeze," and still further it  wasa " speil."  '���Shine" clings tenaciously as a synonym for incompetency and as a general term of reproach, but " flal," which  has been brought here by an English  Vancouver and New Westminster  Lacrosse clubs are still disputing about  last ysar's championship. Agame was  to have beeu played last Saturday, but  Vancouver let it go by default and  now another game has to be played.  George F. Williams, an inmate of the  Provincial Home, at Kamloops, and  well-known along the Cariboo Road,  passed away at the age of 74 years.  The deceased came to this Province  about 20 years ago, aud was for a number of years employed by tlieB. C. Express Company as a driver of the Cariboo Koad stages. Rheumatism crippled him so badly hcjtvas compelled to  give up driving and he was finally admitted to the Home iu October, 1898.  charged the accused with having imputed tbat "the said John Elliot took  and fraudulently converted to his own  <���  use, or stole $750, the property of the  City of Nelson," and that such "libel  was published without legal justification or excuse, and was likely to. injure, and did injure the reputation of  tlie said John Elliot, by exposing bim  to hatred, contempt or ridicule, contrary to the form of the statute in such  case made and provided." The accused  was remanded until Wednesday next,  the bail being fixed at $-500, the accused being accepted as. his own  surety.  The estimated assessed value of real  property in the various towns in Southeast Kootenay is as-follows:  Fernie ..���...'.;   West Fernie...   Cranbuook...-   Fort Steeje   Moyie   Michel   Elko   Morrlssoy   Morrisscy Mines   KlmberlT..,..-.   Marysvillc   8311,475  15,000  262,495  81.W0  00,000  60,000  3.1,000  30,000  20,000  20.000  20,000  Total , $M5,8U>  actor, is reaching out for recognition      John  Houston  was   before  Police  alongalmost identical lines. -    Magistrate Crease this morning, oajumbia  Victoria is likely to try the experiment of portable school buildings. Mr.  J Norton, of Seattle.Jhas beeu in that city  interviewing the trustees and ata meeting last week outlined the construction  ofthe buildings mentioned. The room.  was 25 by 31 feet in size, was placed  upon a firm foundation, and could be  taken to pieces and moved in case of  emergency in four hours. They were  warm iu winter aud cool in summer.  Such schools had been established in  most 'American cities of importance,  and had become very popular. He had  only recently closed a contract for a  number of schools for the Atlin district.  As far as he could estimate local conditions, the total cost of a complete  portable school would be $500. This  Invention bas much to recommend it  I to the school trusteees of British Col- THE NELSON ECONOMIST  m  m  I  The Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon at  VKKNOir Street, Kelson. B. C.  $1.00 Per Year in Advance  Adrertlsinff rates made* no wn on applies- j  lion.  All clHingc/i In n<Jve:*tlst.jicTits to insure  Insertion should reach this office not later  than Thursday at 12 o'clock.  When change of address Is required, il. is  desirable Lhat both the old uddri'SB and the  new be given.  Address all communications, " Publisher of  lUE   HHMAOS KCONoatIST.NelH011.il. C."  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  It will cost less to produce fruit in  the Kootenays than any place el&e in  the world, that is any place that lays  claim to being a fruit-producing country. The reason for this is the land requires very little preparation for lhe  trees,aud irrigation will not be required,  thereby lessening the cost of production au*d rendering com petition with  our product almost out of the (juestion.  That this is the view taken of the  question generally is evidenced by the  number of small ranches that are being disposed of daily and the inquiries  that are being made from all quarters  ; as to the value of land suitable for fruitgrowing. Besides this we have a  market almost at our own doors for  every pound of fruit grown in the country. The Northwest is lupidly illlinji  up, and the climate there is uot adapted  to the production of any kind of fruit,  and our convenience to that market  practically gives us a monopoly of it.  But those interested in the development of this industry must hear in  mind one thing, and that is the greatest care must be taken in tbe prepar-  " ation of the fruit for the market. For  years the the California fruit growers  ~* labored under tbe disability of not being able to meet the competition of  Florida and other States iu the sale of  their fruit.     They had no regular sys-  - tern of packing their fruits, so that  when their product reached the Eastern  markets it was unfit for sale. After  years of experimenting with packing  the California'growers devised a system  of packing and shipping that placed  them on an even footing with their  Eastern competitors, and to-day by  means of refrigerator cars they can  land their product on the New York  market in as good shape as it is when  picked.    Before the fruit is shipped  - from California it is carefully inspected,  and having successfully passed this inspection is a guarantee of its satisfactory condition for "the market.    The  price is  rep u hi ted   by the   fruit  exchanges, and after many years of experimenting the production of fruit in  California has developed intoamoiiey-  makiug industry.   Of course these are  matters for far-off future consideration,  but it is not out of place to refer to  them at the present lime.   The interior  of British Columbia is going to become  the orchard of the world, as is the  Northwest the granary of the uuiverso  to-day.  It is now generally understood that  there will be no summer session ofthe  Provincial Government. The Mcliride  Government premised a summer session in the event of some one of the  many railway companies seeking privileges being able to show lhat they  meant business. Evidently these companies have not heen able to convince  the Government that they are in a position to go on with railway construction at once.  We Print  Letter Heads,  Bill Heads,  Statements,  Note Heaos,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,     -  Etc., Etc., Etc.  ���  Complete Stock of Stationey  Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET,  NELSON,  B.  C  Tor the wet spring days must be damp  proof and yet light in weight and stylish in  form. Our new foot wear fills these requirements in every particular. Each pair of shoes  in our stock ls porticularly st}'lish and  thoroughly well made from the very best stock.  The various leathers���Calf, Box Calf, Via",  Enamel, Etc., and the different shapes enable  us to suit all tastes and fit all feet perfectly.  Prices to suit everybody.  Baker Street Nelson  Household Ammonia, quart bottles .%SA>J......   Benzine and Gasoline, big bottles ���   Turpentine, big bottle.. ......Ai.   Furniture Cream, extra good...... ......"."....   Bug -Poison, big bottle...  ���25c  ��� 25c  .25c  ���25c  ���35C  Copperas, Lye  and Chloride ot  X,ime, all ready   for Spring House  ���.' Cleaning  Pure Baking Powder, in bulk '.. .......".'....35c per lb.  Seidlitz Powders, Fresh... .........................��� 25c  Rutherford's Cathartic Pellets, Good for Liver and Stomach............25c  Wild Cherry Spruce and Tar. This is the popular cough remedy  originally prepared by Teetzel & Co., and is unequalled for  coughs and colds, 2 sizes..'.....-......... 25c and 50c  DISPENSING   PRESCRIPTIONS    A    SPECIALTY   AT.  REASONABLE PRICES.  WM. RUTHERFORD, Druggist  PHONE A214  NIGHT PHONE B214 WARD STREET, NELSON,.B. C.  New  Pictur  M ou 1 dings,  Room Mouldings aud Hate  Rail.     We make a specialty of Picture Framiug, Sign Writing,  ainting, Paper Hanging and Kalsomining.    Estimates Famished.  F. J. BRADLEY "A G  1  T  f  J  t-  y  1  -.;���<������-*���:-  <���*--*- ^-C'���*���j���:�����:���  Insurance,   Real   Estate   and  Mining  Agent  Houses and offices to rent and lots for sale in all parts of the city.  Now is' the time to invest in good  The Kootenay Valleys Co., L'td, London, Eng.  Nelson City Land and Improvement Co.  Fire land  Accident  Insurance   a   Specialty  7". G.  RROCTBR  BAKER ST., NELSON. B. O.  P. O. BOX 223  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  One seven-roomed house and  one three-room bouse  .for rent.  Three dwelling houses for sale rn easy terms.  One Lot 0:1    Stanley   street,   opposite Royal CCC   A A! MA ��11 F  Hotel for sale at a bargain. OEC.  Hm*H,9L.C-  IE. FERGUSON & GO.}  T NELSON, B. C. ���>  17      The largest exclusively Wholesale Liquor  House in  the in- "  !*f terior.  f     PABST BEER  * in pints and quarts,  ���t"            Dawson's "Extra Special" Scotch.    Granda Cigars.  * Mitchell's Heather Dew Scotcb etc.    Earl of Minto etc.  k A full line of imported and domestic Liquors and Wines.  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  v:  V    -v     ���  St/**- -V*W*"ft ^^/^aV^%^^%^/^^^^^%/^^*^^^'^^^%^^^^'*''^^  h McCausland  BAKER STREET, NELSON  AGENT FOR  f The Julia Marlowe  J The Celebrated Keith Shoe.  f 1 he Douglas Shoe.  %   Custom Work.     Invisible Patchings Specialty   t  X/ress  e  omment   Toronto -Telegram. -  Russia may send Us Baltic fleet to  the far east by Canada so that the warships can stop over at the Globe offico  and let the organ scrape off the barnacles. -     .  ;L Moyfo Leader.  It sccnis only a shot t time since the  whole country was tied up on account  tho shortage of coal and coke. Now  the coal mines are closed for want  of a market for their products. Thus  conditions are reversed within the  short space of a year or less.  If one may judge from ths number  of cases being tried at the present assizes originating in Fernie, law and  order are not held in very high regard  in the eoal town. Something should  be done to impress upon those who  Imagine that residence iu that place-  guarantee j them immunity from the  luff with tbe falsity of their belief.  Fort Steele I'rospcctor.  Southeast Kootenay ofl'cra exceptional advantages in the way of mining  and agriculture. The valley ot the  Kootenay is particularly well adapted  to farming and fruit culture, while the  mountains contain untold wealth. It  is rarely that "the., two, mining ami  agriculture, are so closely associated.  There is no reason when the mines are  developed, why one dollar's worth of  grain or vegetables should be shipped  in, and under favorable conditions the  district can be self supporting.  Ottawa Citizen.  In England where the judges wear  wigs and robes, unconventional legal  proceedings are not expected, but .the  papers tell of county court beinglield  on a train. A case before Sir Horutio  Lloyd, a county judge, was unfinished  when ho had to catch a train to Ches-  tcrr-���It" wus-decided -to continue- the  case on the train. A lirst-class carriage  was secured, and although it was not  reserved, the tribunal was not disturbed  by any gossipy traveller dropping in  to take part in the conversation. Tlie  distance to Chester was cut into two  equal parts, and one. barrister spoke the  first seven miles, the other having the  remaining seven.  EAT  MERCHANTS  Head Office Nelson, B. C.  Branch   Markets   in   Rossland,   Trail,   Nelson, Kaslo, Sa'ndon, Three  Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.  Orders by Mail to any branch will have prompt, and  careful at ten  ion.  West Kootenay Butcher Co  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers In  JUD..  I'turi  London Advertiser, -  The consideration of sentiment is perhaps the most formidable that unionists  will have to face. The hearts and  minds of many are rilled with an intense pride in the history, the name  and peculiarities of their particular denomination. Many will be found especially in small towns and country  districts, who are saying to themselves,  " A Methodist was I born and a iMelh-  odist. will I die," or "A Presbyterian  was I born and a Presbyterian will I  die." The former believe honestly that  the average Presbyterian is a coldblooded Christian, who knows nothing  of the fervors of aftbclion and of faith  that are the rightful inheritance of a  true Methodist. On the other hand,  there will be found many Presbyterians  whose conviction is that the Methodist  religion exhausts itself in experience  meetings, and that when you want a  solid, well-founded character it will be  seen at its best among Presbyterians.  This sentiment of affection for tbe  methods and teaching of ones own denomination, though intangible, is a  force that must be reckoned with.  xGursion  Camps supplied on shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention. v  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stock.  E. C. TRAVES. Manager  WADDS BROS.  'HOTOGRAPHERS.  Vancouver and Nelson  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  B. C  SewingMachines and Pianos  For Rent and for Sale  Nelson      Rossland  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  AND RETpKN"  00 DAYS'LIMIT  DATKSol'SALE  May 11,12,18, June 16, 17.18.  July 1,2. 3, August 8, ll, 10.  September 5, 0, 7, Octobers, 4, 5.   .  RETURN TICKETS TO  At corresponding rateson same dates.  For full particulars lipply to local agents or  write.       .  J. S. CARTER,  Diet.Pass. Agt.,  Nelson.  E. J. OOYLK,  A. G- F.A.  Vaneou-ver  QldCurlosltyShop,Josephine St NbIsod gart|ey- HoilSe  Fred. J, Squire       ^��^�������  The best SI per day house In Kelson.  Tents and Awnings made and repaired.  None but white help employed.    Tlie bar  Clothing cleaned and mended. the best.  Over the Wallace-Miller Co,, Beta g. W. Bartlett,   Prop  NELSON ELEGTRIG  TRAMWAY  GO., L'TD.  N. E. T. TIMETABLE.  STANLEY STREET���  7.00       7-40... ;   S 20 a.m.  9.00       9-4CT"     10.20  Every 40 minutes until 10.20 p. m.  eogustow'n��� .  7.2O .OO      .    8.4O 9.20 a.  ID.  10.90     10.40     11.20  Every 40 minutes until 10.40 p. in.  Lots.;     Warehouses.     Offices.     Apply A. V. MASON,  Man. Sec  The Car Barn,'Phoiie\i65B.  r&&<&^&& <�� �� �� ^ ^ <><>^^����^h��^ ^^<^-$>~4><0^h<>��4>^<$^4m>  ...'K. BTRACHAN  " ^ Plumber"artd"Ga"sfitter'""*"  Estimates Given  on General  Plumbing,  Sewer Connections, Etc.  Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  Ofthe Latest Designs  ARRIVING DAILY.  Kice Line of Trouserings  mallwood  MERCHANT TAILOR  Ward St., next new P. 0. Eldg., Nelson  Frank  Fletcher  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  Lands and Mineral Claims Surveyed  and Crown Grahte'd  P. O. Box 563       Oflice: Kootenay St. Nelson  W. G, Gillett  Builder   and   Contractor  Estimates given on stone, brick  aud -woodwork-  Brick and Lime for Sale  NOTICE.  TO D-ELIN QUFaN T CO .OWNERS.  npO G.Ed. C. Martin. II. W. F. Pol-  ���*��� lo.k. or any other person to whom  iliey may have transferred their interests  fnthe Goodenongh Fraction minora!  lai' 111, situated oil Wild Horse Creek,  about four miles from the town of Ymir,  and adjoining the Mugwump, Rockland  anil Lexington mineral claims in tho  Nelson Mini tig Division of West Kootonay District, ami recorded in the Recorder's oJKee for the Nelson Mining  Division.  You and each of you are hereby notified that I have, expended thirty-four.,  dollars and twenty-livj cents (134.25)  in labor .and "improvements upon the  above mineral claim in order ''to hold  same under the provisions of the Mineral Act. and if within ninety days from  the date of this notice you fail or refuse  to contribute your portion of expenditure, together With all costs of advertising, your interests in said claims will  become the property of the subscriber,  under section 4 of an act entitled "An  Act to Amend the Mineral Act, 1900."  O. A. LOVELL.  Dated at Ymir,   B. C,  this 17th day  .  of February, 1904.  JOS PRINTING AT  ECONOMISTOFFICE  ���^���T.7i-t���^*^i.Vit*^���-:w������*,'���/������  '" ''^'~/^\C"'?*&f?#^''''* ���i_r.:-Var,f.i  '.a.;,oa  H=��s;@7sMsfM^>^^P  7vai3i.,^r!-7,7i-7i,;f.7f,.7y7.J��la|M^a  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ���,'. A''~-Ai'~,\'"y'i^i^S^^^p^nf^^i  ;. -. -^r ''���v-^A%H(W^^teii-*C2yiffiB  .^-VaM*��|H|^^y  ni'TF���   - *  *�������}  ���r.--ro.f-tw-*��l  9'  You will be requiring  This Spring.   See Us about it   Large New Stock  '���^���^S.wi  :a^|  z^m  ���������mk  '; *-^?��Kl  f v-��s"r**l  * v-��is|  . .'-MM  ���;*-*:.#^fi  <   --Nasi  aW  aA$^m  HEINT  The  only  really first-class  Piano made in the Dominion of Canada.    See them.  Hear them.    Buy them from us.  Five Sewi  chines, Regular Price $65 each.     Yours at $30 each.  "���Z*$��\  - '-���Vll  7.   "?'��'/��� I  "    1" ���  '" ~   ^   I  z /M  fiij?t.-'.t  h-,?����?-H  Company s  *  1  sa22a3B^^^a>^BB!S3Sga^saBa&M8i  Interesting Items.  "Mount-Sir Donald, in the Canadian  Rockies, -which rises to the height of  10,700 feet, has Just 'been .conquered for  the first time hy the loot of woman.  Mrs. Berens, the successful climber, ls  a young: Englishwoman hailing- from  Kent. While at Glacier, on the Canadian Pacific Railway, on her honeymoon trip round the world, she heard  that very few men and no woman had  ever set foot on the summit of Sir Donald. So she resolved to make the ascent, and was all'the more anxious to  do so as she heard that a Philadelphia  lady had expressed her intention of  toeing the first up. Mrs. Berens successfully..- accomplished the . climb,  though she had several very .narrow  escapes.  The other day, when the jury In &  murder trial In the Louisville courts  HH-hadi-petireda-to=their-H.roomr^the-fwemanH=  said: "Gentlemen, this ls a serious case  ���we have' to decide. A man's life  may be "forfeited by our decision. How-  many Christians are among us?" Nina  men raised their hands. .."Will one of  you pray?" asked the foreman.- One of  the oldest jurors said, he would do his  best. All knelt, and a most earnest  and Impressive pi ayer was offered.  Balloting: was then begun. Several jurors were in favor of a life sentence,  and others for terms as short as eight  years. U'he jury finally agreed on  eighteen yea'rs.i ���*  John Dillon's outbreak in the House  of Commons the other day, when ha  called Joseph Chamberlain a "damned  liar," reminds one of the speech of Mr.  Martin, a member for Gal-way, in 17S9,  which absolutely defies reproduction.  He denounced ai, fellow-member in language of unprintable disgust, and  could not resist the temptation of applying his words also to the member's  sister, -who sat in the gallery of the  House of Commons at the time. "These  ���Ponsonby's,"   he  burst   out,   "are   the  curse of my country.   Tihey are ,  personally and politically, from that  toothless old hag who Is now grinning  in the gallery, to the white-livered  scoundrel who ls now shivering on-the  floor."  A most interesting light is thrown on  the approaches toward civilization  made by the people who dwelt in caverns in France during*,-the stone age by  the discovery of a great number of  drawings of animals on the walls of  an ancient cave at Combarelles, in  ���South-western Franc*. Many of the  drawing's, which, represent, wi th surprising skill, reindeer, mammoths and  other animals now extinct In Southern  and Western Europe, have become covered In the course; of time with thick  layers of stalagmite. Among the most  interesting pictures are some which  represent horselike animals belonging  to two different species, and some of  these animals have halters and other  attachments, plainly showing that they  had been subjected to the service of  ���man. .;     '      '���    ���     1  It was only a short time ago .that the  tabl�� telephone became an adjunct-of  Chicago restaurants where business  and professional men spend a few, ne-,  .y&ssary ;rooraen.ts away from the buag  ~.-i.alrs of the day. Now comes another development in the telephone service, which promises to become" a universal and indispensable feature of  railway trains. The Chi'oago and  North-western Railway recently  equipped a new train, known as the  "Overland Limited," for service between that city and the Pacific Coast.  Amongst lis features Is a telephone,  installed In the observation car, from  which con.ncet.ion can be made with  any telephone system along the route.  A special wire of the looal telephone  company is dropped- over the roof of  the car and run through an opening to  the instrument in the car, -and by  means of a "monkey," or wall jacket,  connection is made. The passenger desiring to ��� telephone to any part of the  city or communicate with a long-distance point is thus enabled to do so,  without leaving the cars, while the  train stops at a. station.  Whili preach*r-s.T from the text: "Ha  giveth iii a beli.veo sleep," a minister  stopped in the middle of his sermon^  gv.zed upon his dozing auditors, and  said: "Brethren, It is hard to realize  the wondrous unbounded love the Lord  ���appears'tij,have for a good portion of  ���this congregation." .     o  ' The "Green Bag" tells of a lawyer  who was about to furnish a bill of  costs. "I hope," said his client, who  was a baker, "that you will make It as  light as possible." "Ah," said the lawyer, "you might perhaps say that to  the foreman of your establishment, but  that is not the way I make my bread!"  Lost the Case,  " Sometimes," said a prominent  lawyer, who was giving some reminiscences of his 'professional career, "a case Is won or lost for you  right in the count-room without your  lifting your angeir��� or : rather, your  voice.  "I .was once counsel for the plaintiff  In a suit for Infringement of trademark. My client made a brand of  chewing-gum put up in a blue_ wrapper. This wrapper had been "widely  advertised, and was a good thing to  catch*the eye in a candy counter. The  defendant had got up a pretty close  imitation; at a distance it looked the  same*,- although the words were different, and nothing was. copied except  the general appearance, which is, for  advertising purposes, half the value of  a distinctive label. ���.,  "The opposing counsel made out.a  pretty good case, showing that -In  ���wording, the shape of the letters, and  other points, ahis client'-s wrapper was  different from the plaintiff's.  " 'Why,' he said, picking up one  wrapper and showing it to the-jury,  ���would anyone mistake this wrapper  for that of the plaintiff? See,' he continued, reaching down for the other,  'they are entirely different/  "I told him to hold the two Just as 'aa  had them. He paused at my Interruption, wondering what I was up to. Hia  wonder changed to confusion when he  found that he had .mistaken them  thimirelf, and picked ��p my client's  .���wrapper first. It took iyio ward* ixom  SM io-win. the case."       .""*"  E  THE   CELEBRATED  BRIAR   PIPES.  to  Ui  a.  <  1  if)  O  z  <  UJ  Ul  X  u.  O  Ul  O  W. A Thurman  Depot Tor Briar Pipes, Nelson  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincia!  Land Surveyor  Op.B-C. Customs House, Nelson  i^y''f  -���r'-/'K]  ** 1 L  '      c 'fl  Nottingham, England.  t  Navy Cut Mild, Medium and Full  Navy Mixture.  Navy   Cut  Cigarette  Tobacco,  J   Pedigree Tobacco, Navy Cut  A     Cigarettes.  Tobaccos and Cigarettes are Second to None  WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS FOR WESTERN CANADA.  Turner,Beeton & Co./L'td, vjctoriajac  MONTREAL,, -Sole Manufac  turers of the "Pinto Shell Cordovan" Gfoves and Mitts  R.H.CARLEY,B.C.Agt  E COAL  $7.50 PER TON,  DELIVERED  All orders roust be accompanied by caBh and should be forwarded  either personally or by mail to the office of  W. P. tVERkEYi GENERAL AGEMT I',  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  A;  t    1  ���y  In!  m  El A  P  b  D. P. Ker, Victoria, nmim^cr of the |  Brackraan-Kei" Milling Co., w\i3 in lhe  city this week, return in jr from n vi-it  to the Northwest brandies of the linn..  The trial of "Doc" Giliier, ciiar-jeJ  ���with causing the death of one MeG��\  at Jail'ray, is now in progress. Mi*.  Giliier took the stand iu herlmBbar.tl's  defence when the court resumed this  afternoon.  The Fred Irvine Co., Limited, is  now advertising holiday apparel for  men, women and children. Thi* (inn  carries the best dry goods stock in the  Kootenays. In the house furnishing  department the com puny is now showing a tine range of carpets, sipwres,  rugs, etc.  J. C. Haas, M. E., on bj*mlf..f him-  flcif and associates, has taken :: bond  the group of twelve high grade chums  near Greenwood, that were formerly  owned by the Boundary Crcfk Milling  and Milling Co., Ltd., including the  D. A. and others. . The bond is lake)*  from the Bank of Montreal, the owner  under foreclosure, and Mr.' ILwis i ���  starting workon'lhe properties at once.  <$ ����> &  Byeache and  Eyestrain  causes  l>oth.  Drugs  relieve  Wffi��P  temporar  W:;.**     ay-   pro  perly adjusted glasses remove  tlie cause and effect a  permanent cure.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  PRIVATE BILL  Dawson Charley, an Indian well  known throughout tho Yukon as having been the original discoverer of thu  riches of the Eldorada and other creeks  near Dawson, was lately visiting at  Victoria. Charley, together with Tag-  ish .Tim and others, recently made an  expedition to the Alsek river strike,  and are claimed by some to have been  the locators of lhe richest claims I here.  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  y  Trade Wjahks  Designs  .... Copyrights &c  Anyone sending p. Bketeh and description mny  quickly ascertain our opinion freo -whether mi  Invention Is probably patentable. Conmiuiili-.-i-  tlous strictly confidential, nandbookon Patents  scnt'freo  Oldest acency for scouring patents.  Patents taken'through-<Munn & Co. receive  cpecUU notice, without charge, in the  Scientific JHnericati.  A nnndsomely lllnstratod weekly. I.nrccst circulation of nny scientific journal. Tortus, $3 a  yonr; four months. 51. Sold byall nowsdcnlers.  MUNN & Co.361Broadway- New York  Branch Office. 625 F BU Waablnxton. D. 0.  Mortgage Sale  Under and ljy virtue of llic powers contained In a certain mortgage, wliiuu will ba  produced at the lime orxale, tiiere will lie offered for sale by (J. A.:WiHerman'& Co., nt  their oitlceB In the K.-W.-U.l'lnck. linker  Street;Nelson. li. C, ou Mondiiy, thcKlxlli day  of Juno, 1U0-1, at the hour of twelve o'clock noon,  the following property : All and Klngiiltir. Ii'.'t  numbered seven (7), lu Block nu in bored seven  (7), in the town (now city) of Nelson, Pro-  vincc-of British < Columbia., aceordlii!, t<> the  official plan or survey of said town of Nelson.  This property ls situate on the Hon th sUle. of  33aker,8treet, between Hall and Hendryx Sts.,  mul lias erected Ihereon a dwelllnj;-house.  .  I��'or tcmis and contli lions of sale a pply to  JlACDON*AI.J*> & JOIl NSOX,  Solicitors for Mortgagees.  Burns Block, Bilker ytreeh-Nclsuit, IJ. G.  Dated chit, Mth day of May, H'0-1.  SHERIFFS SALE.  By virtue of a Warrant of Execution Issued  out of the County Court of Kootenay. Iiolden  ut Nelson, at tlio suit of W. CJ. McLean, ol  Nelson, Coiitrtict'os.-J'liiintill'. nguini-t Hugh  11. Cameron, of WliiniiU!g,'Manitoba, Ajjent,  Defendant,and lo me directed awiinsi   the  poods  and  chattels of the sniil Defendant,  Hugh R. Cameron', 1 have seized nml lnkcn In  Execution, nil the right, title and ..interest of  the said Hugh II. Cameron In the two storied  -buIldingKlluatcd on lhe Kastcrn. ouc-luill  of  fxit numbered Klcvcii (11) of Blcck;iHiml;cied  one (1) on the North side of linker Street, .in  tlie Cily of Nelson, IS. C.; To recover the sum  off 122.00, and also interest on SI 20.00 at I l'n rale  ol$5 per centum pernnnum, from thellth clay  of April/1904, uiiiil payment, besides .SlicrilPs  pounduKC, Oillccr \s fees, uud all oilierlegi-l'-in-  eldentiil expenses; all of which 1'Mlitill expiso.  for sale or f-iilllcleiit, thereof to'tatisfy said  Judgment debt and costs, At my ollluu, next  to the Court House, In the City uf Nelson, IS,  C, on Monday, the "Bird day of May. Iftll, at  tne h��ur of eleven o'clock, in the fori no m.  Note ��� Ihtonding-purchasers   will   s.ilisfy  themselves as to.lhointerest jind title of the  Bald defendant. Hujch It. Cameron.  Dated at Nelson, U. C, mil) May, 1801.  S. I. TlToic,  Bherlll'of South Kootenay.  Notice is lKNby piven that an application  will be made to tlio Legislative Assembly ot  the 1'rovliice '���!" liril'.sh Columbia, fit its next  si-ssiu:t. fi.r an Actnnthorislng and enaiilit.^  lhe Koval l'rust Companv (a body corporate  linvli*!* its principal place oi business at the  Citv or Montreal, in the 3'rovlnce of Qiifbec,  in 'the llt.ntinlon of Cufacl'i, incorporated by  Act- of rarlinineiit of the said 'Province-of  Quebec :uul other Provinces or the ��..mii 1 n  of Oainula) to exercise in the said Prov in- e of j  l'ritisl) Columbia the following powers;���  To act as trustee, attorney .surety, and i l��o  as ii^ent, whether financial or for tlie purpi fees  of ihvcstttieiH or otherwise, for, tmd to carry  on any undertaking,nrrnngemcnt.aninlgnnia-  tion, or business of, persons, partnerships,  coin panics, estate, municipalities, corporations, g-ivernmonts and others.  To organ!7.e and assist In promoting other  com panics, and to take and deal in shares and  other interests In such companies.  'i'uguarantee tit-les, investments, debentures,  securities and other intercuts.  To advance or borrow money upon tbese-  eiirliv of.nnd lo purchaseorotherwl.seacquire  and I'nvest in, mortgage, pledge, sell or otherwise deal with, any real and personal property, as also franchises, concessions, rights  niul'privllcgcs. i  To receive money on deposit.  to negotiate loans.  ���To-purchase, construct, lease or otherwise  acipiire buildings for the deposit and sut'e-  krc'piiigof property.  To iu-l genera Hy and fully as promoter, guarantor, attorney, surety, 1 ai lee, guardian, eoui-  initt.ee, 11ustee, executor, administrator; curator, as-i^nco, liquidator, receiver, assignee  for l he benclit of creditors, auditor and agent,  and to carry on any description of commercial iiudlinanclul business, and to acquire all  necessary powers for tho purpose of and in-  cldouUi! to the carrying out of any of the  above objects.  Dated nt Victoria, B. C, tlie 2lst day of April,  100-1.  Bod-wei-.i. & Lawson.  Solicitors for the Applicants.  Corner Mill and Josephine Sts,  R.   GA JOY,   PROPRIETOR  $1 per day and up.  No Chinese Employed  AUGUST THOMAS, PROPRIETOR.  CORNER   HALL   AND   VERNON   STREETS,  TWO BLOCKS FROM WHARF,  B. C  oti a dairy  hipments  The following tuble'gives the* ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1902  1004, and for lust week :��� ���'.  1903 1004   Past Week  Granliy."Mines, "Phoenix    .       .       ...   '   .393,718      200,410        10.440  Snowshoe, Phoenix        .       .       .       .       .       ���      -74,212'  Brooklyn, Plioenix    .       .       .       .       .       .       .  "Mottie Al1otior3Deucl wood=  Riinset, Dendwood-  Morrison, Detuhvood  li. G. Mine,--Summit. .  R. ]Jell,.Stimiiiit      .  ICmintt, Sutnniit .       .  Senator, Summit Camp .  Oro Denoro .  *   .       .  Win ni peg, Wellington  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  S. J. M.Mineral rjtulm.sit.ualc In : lies N'r>ts< n  JIlnliiK DiviHlon of "West ICootuniiy I'iHr'el.  W'lturc kiealeil: on the North Korluif Wild  Horse (Jreelc. N'nrlh-I^ist of aud auj'jiiii iijj the  ���' Oronogo" Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I, John JIcLatithle, or the  City of Nelnon, netliig as agent tor Diiticini  McArthur, free Miner's Curtlllente No.  J5bO,7(i3, Intend, sixty days from I In; dute  licreof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a.  Ccrtlllcalo of Improvenients, tor tho purpose  of obtaining a Own Granl of tlio above  claim.  And further take notice that aetion, under  section 37, must he commenced before tho Issuance of such Certlllcate of Improvements.  Dated this 2nd day ol" May, A. U. 1901.  John .moLatcuie v. Ii. S.  Certificate of Improvements.  Golden Crown, Wellington  Athelstan,.Wellington.  .  'Kinj,' Solomon, W. Copper  No. 7 Mine,  Central  City of Paris, Central .  Jewel, Long Luke   .       .  Cariiii; West Fork  Providence, Providence .  Klkliorn, Greenwood .       .  E. P. U. atid.Goldflnch  .  Ruby, Roundary Fulls  Miscellaneous   .       .  Total, tons,  130,492^  15,731  3,339  19,30.5  -64,498���  ---8,104  22,937  303  l-r),-*j37  2,435  9,705  1,750  11,810  1,015  1G5  5,040 2,908  910  400  107  084,420  SOL  245  184  300,829  14,724  Certificate of Improvements.  Flngroc!, Mayllow-r, llUilce, IT. 0. X.,Suni-  It Fraclloiial and .Snow Drift Kruclionul  Mineral (Jlnlin.s, Klluate In the Nelson Minliijt  Division of West Kootenay district.  Where located: Un the Divide between  Sandy and lu Creoles above tlie " Florence U,"  Mineral Claim.  '1'iiktt notice that I, John   Mcf/itc-lile, of the  Oronogo Mineral Claim, situate In the Xel-  son Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located :  On the North Fork of Wild  Horse Creek, Nortli East of and adjoining th  "Joplin" Mineral Claim.  Take notice that J, John McIiMtchic, of the  City of Kelson, acting as agent for Christian  Ii. liehhsenand Duncai McArthur, Executors  of the will of Ilohcrt Kicsterer, decens'-d, Free  Miner'sCortiileatc No. ,IntendKlxty dnys  from the date hereof to apply to the Mining  iteeordcr for a Certilleile of Improvements  for the purpose ofobtaininga Crown Grantol  the above claim.  And further take notice, that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the is-  jsuanceofsucb Certificate of Improvements.  PaUd tliliJ 2ua day of >Iay, ISOt.  JOUX ilcI/aVTCJJIE.  Stamford, Free Miner R Certilleate No. l$80,r>'��i,   August!. Shaw, Free Minors! Certlllcate  No. 1558,213 and Louis Krnst, Freo Miner's Cer:  tllleato No. H. 80,S:12, intenil siNtydays from  the date hereot, toapply to the Miuing Ite-  cordur ffir Certltleates of Improvements, for  the purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants of the  ah >vc claims.  And further take notice, that action under  Section :17 must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certitieates of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of November, A. D. ISO:*.  John McIiAtCuik. I*. li. S. ���'*  Certificate of Improvements.  9>4.he  Roeluse Mineral Claim, situate in tho Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located :��� Three miles West of Nelson, on the C. & K. Hallway.  Talte notice that l,.Iolm McLatchie, of the  City or Nelson, acting as agont for Edward C.  Arthur, Free Miner's Certificate No. llso.fiTtl,  inti'iid, sixty days from tho date hereof, lo  apply to the Mining ltecorder for n Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining u Crown dm nt ofthe above claim.  And further take notice tliat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tin: issuance of such Cortltlcateol Improvement)!,  Dated this ast tUiy of May. 1004.  JOJUX McDATCMIEyP. L. S,  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Mars and J. A. Fractional Mineral ClalmK,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.  Whore loeated : On Morning- mountain.  Take notice that I, John Mel.ntchlo, Free  Minor's Certlllcate No. 1)5S,'1P2, for myself and  as agent for Kdward II. Stanley, Free Minor's  Cerfiflciite No. BSiMS I, Intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Re-  cordcr for Certificates of Improvements, for  J,he purpose of obtaining Crown Giants ofthe  above claims.  And further take notice that aetion, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance ot such Certificates of Improvements. ���  Dated this 17th day or May, A.D. 1001.  Jot in McLatchie.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Mariposa, Ilanlcy Pank.V Fractional and  Kipling Fractional MineralClaims. situate in  the Nelson Mining Division of WestKoote-  nav District.  Where located : On Mornlngmountnin.  Take notice that I, John McLutchie, of the  City of Nelson, acting as agent for Harry McLeod, Free Miner's Certificate Xo. II5S,3("4, and  Thomas W.T. Stoddard, Free Miner's Certlllcate No. B80,70!��, Intend, sixty (lays from the  date hereof, toapply to the Mining ltecorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Gran's of the  above claims.  Artd further tako notice, tliat net ion under  Section 37, must bo commenced before the issuance ofsuch Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 18th of May, A. D.190-1.  Joiin mcLatcuie, P. Ij. s.  aaY  ':���. I[ was a ma Iter .of common remark that we  .had-Cut Prices on Choice Millinery to a very  low figure, lower in fact, than-could be obtained  elsewhere. ���   '  However we have desired Io make a more  sweeping reduction in our large stock.  We are constantly, changing iu conformity  with the latest productions.  No matter when you visited us last you will  see something new to-morrow..  Straight Mortgages at 8 per cent,  or Monthly Payment System  A* MOTHER'S BREAD is unquestionably  the-most healthful, and is a special boon to  those with a tendency to dyspepsia.  We bake any good kind of Bread and  Cakes yonr health and. taste demands. It is  cheaper and more satisfactory'than doing your  own baking. Our product has the pure homemade flavour all Bakeries try to imitate.  ���ua  Ward Street.  Cash Advanced on Consigrmients  Go to  the  Auction Mart for  Tents, Trunks, Boot, Rain  Coats^Fisrnlture or General  Merchandise.  ?B ���" fl I I j l rP- j '*-  We have the largest Stock of baseball and lacrosse supplies ever  brought into the Kootenays. For baseball, we have mitts, gloves,  b.ills, bats, and masks.    For lacrosse we have McBrearty, Kervin,  Lally's and Victor Sticks, regulation balls, nets, etc.    Goods the  best, prices the lowest.  Sportsmen's Headquarters-  .We mean to have a reputation for the above     -  We sell   Blue Ribbon  and Salada, and have the agency  for Silver  Spoon Tea.    Silver Spoon in every package.  There is uo better Coffee than our 50c Waldorf Astoria Coffee.  'Phone 34  The Red Font  Grocery  Baker Street, Nelson.  Auctioneers  Economist  Office.  For a Pure, Healthful  Cereal, none can com-  ���-.-.-      pare with  Made in British Columbia.  e  ��rackman-6\esv S��iiii8ng  ^.,  Manufacturers of High Grade Cereals.  ��� e .  ite  z  &r^&^ry*��*f*ru__'*','J>.  -*,,.*tfv*.,* fli-Tr-w^r***** r%��  -W     ��^-t��V��Va'

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
https://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xnelsonecon.1-0184190/manifest

Comment

Related Items