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 iVi/fir  7 A -A  Af  ���rf.  /���  /  /J  *sc*  f~suJ -  *'''%?'/A5.-  ~2LZ-,-ovv*3l  -S'Ti-'JiBtf  " fCA-i-^M  ���I J ti *' /,  VOLTIME VII.  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1903.  NUMBER 21  yji  All  A��l  N  ews of the  mes  Greatest gold producing mines, their  locality and mon tkly yield :  Homestake,'.South Dakota... .$425,000  Simmer-and Jack, Transvaal.. 390,000  Boulder Perevcrance, W. A,.'. .315,000  Eobiiison, Transvaal,....,...... 310,000  GolcienHorseslioe, *W.' Aus.... 300,000  Chariipion Reef, India,. 300,000  Bose Deep, Transvaal:..,Z..... 290,000  Mysore, India'..-:...........��� 275,000  Walhi.New Zealand...-.'....���':,��� 255,000  ��� Golkenbuis Deep; Transvaal... 255,000  Portland, Colorado.....  250,000  Mount Morgan, Queensland...-250,000  Great. Fingall, West Australia.' 240,000  Crown Reef, Tiansvnal..; ' 235,000  Village Reef, Transvaal.:.....'230,000  Crown Deep, Transvaal;...."..: 230,000  City and Suburban,' Transvaal 230,000  Great-JBoulder, W. -Australia.. 225,000  Ferreira, Transvaal  220,000  Oroya-Brownbill, VV. Aus'.... 220,000  Ivanhoej:\Vest Australia .....: 220,000'  Feireira. Deep, Transvaal....;.-." 210,000  Golkenhuis Estate, Transvaal.-205,000  Angelo, Transvaal.. .*... -<.... .190,000  Langslaatc Estate, Transvaal.. ISO.000  Robinson Deep, Transvaal..... 175,000  Camp Bird, Colorado  170,000  New Primrose, Tiuns^aal   170,000  May Consolidated, Transvaal.. 165,000  Gleu Deep, Transvaal  100,000  Grand Forks, for a consideration said  to be 81,500. r  Shipments from the Athelstan are  now being made at the rate of 75 tons  daily, the snow making the hauling  much easier for, the contractors. Two  four and two six-horse teams are engaged in this work.  Manager Pemberton of the Montreal  and Boston Copper Co.'s smelter, is  now on the way from Montreal, aud  has sent word to continue the two  furnaces at full blast till spring, when  more furnaces will be added to the  equipment. ; ->'���   * '  W. W. Carter, who is developing the  Bank of England, adjoining the Raw-  .hide, is understood to have made arrangements with the Greenwood smel-  ter.for test treatments front that property, and shipment of ore is now;. be^  in> gotten ready.. -.''.'������'  The contract for diamond drilling to  test the.ofe bodies on the Volcanic, on  the North Fork of the Kettle river, for  which a deal was recently rnade with  Michigan capitalists, was signed last  Monday with Boylcs Bros., of Spokane, and next week the boring will  be started.  BOUNDARY MIKING NOTES.  Fhocals rionccr..  The syndicate working the Ruby  claim, near Greenwood, is making a'  most satisfactory showing.  . Manager Piewutaw. .reports times'as  being quiet al Lhe Winnipeg mine tor  the present, and no ore is being sent  out. " "      ^     ���"'���'���*��� ���--';; ���*-���"���'...,"  Pete Boucher has just.iinisbed,;JL)is  assessment work'"on the -Fore 7-P.tiw  claim, adjoining the Cracker Jack, on  .the north side of the c'ity.';   *"o    ��� * ��� ;  Since commencing ore sh 'patents, at  2,000 tons daily by Uie Gra'uby mines,  the gigantic Knob HU1 ore crusher has  been operated ou doublcTshift.  Tho new smokestack built" for the  Greenwood1 siikelter, and in which  something like a . cpiarter-ibillioii of  bricks were used, is now completed.' *.  h���This-week-at!ie=C';E.-R,^c*omplete(L  the work of putting in a seven-car  switch for'tliVa'coommoclation of the  Athalstan iliilie, from .the Winnipeg  ,.'.- ���'.'���' -': -..-���  spur. ' ' v  -   -...,  An electric plant is being put in at  the Providence 'mine:by E.G. Warren, for tbe purpose of lighting, and  later perhaps for operating drills and  hoist.  Last .Sunday IS cars of ore were sent  out from this canip, due to the stoppage of shipments -on Saturday*, ou  account of the derailment near the  Snowshoe.    "  Arrangements have been made with  YMIR MINING NOTES.  Ymir Mirror.  Mr. Carlson, from Oregonr has arrived in camp to take charge of the  mill at the Gold Cup mine. He is a  gentleman of very considerable experience.    -���/'--     '   ��� ""%* -    ;"A  " Arrangements are" being made for  tlie'shipping.of a car of ore from tlie  Silver Chief, on Clear Water Creek..  The''ore is expected to run high .in  values. "' ���'."..-     -Z  ���   o ,  As already reported, they have struck  the ledge on the Atlin. They are now  cross'cutting to demonstrate its width.  With tlie result all profess to be satis-  lied. N - A-  The Active Gold Mining Co. are devoting,attention to their timber limits  at present. They-have the finest lot of  timber in the province, and it is expected that next spring there will be  a saw humming on tlio belt.  E. P. Arthur, a mining man with a  big reputation, has taken over the  superintendence of the Wilcox mine.  Tlie high reputation of the mine will  be fully sustained under his management. He is a thoroughly up-to-date  man..  ''"Supt Wheeler was down from the  Hunter V. mine yesterday, and reports  everything as going on satisfactorily.  Good progress is being made at the  mine, and as soon as the tramway is iu  operation, the Hunter V. will be a  regular shipper.  Those who attended the St. Andrew's banquet the  other evening were made the victims of a rather good  joke. It came to the ears of a few gentlemen who  were not present that the banquet proceedings were  not quite so hilarious as usual, and that the usual  felicitous messages had not been received. Thereupon it was arranged to get some blank telegraph  forms and send the Scotchmen a few messages of  congratulation. One was written as coming from  Andrew Carnegie..another from Paul Johnson, another in Chinook from some" one else, and a half-  dozen or so others. Then the messages were sent to  the banquet table.and were read by the chairman and  toasted in proper style. When the joke was discovered the next day some of the Scotchmen wererJis-  pleased, but the perpetrators are still.at large.   -  The following from the Colonist will be read -with  interest iu Nelson : " Those members of the Hoiise  whom Harry Wright, M. P. P., has taken into his  confidence are enjoying a good joke which one of the  typists at the Government buildings perpetrated upon  :the member fronrYniir, who yesterday moved the  adoption of the speech from, the throne. After; Mr.  Wright had "mentally formulated, his ideas,:be dictated them to the stenographer to see, or hear, how  they would sound. Pacing up and down the floor he-  rounded off a period with 'And therefore, in my judgment, the Government bas done the right thing iu  the right way. and at the'right moment. , When it is  a question of right, I am with the Government every  time.' The young lady is somewhat of a wag, is  young and handsome, as is likewise Mr. Wright.  She transcribed the last seutenee as follows: ' When  it^comes'to a' question of WRIGHT, I. am with the"  Government every time.' "  company. Mr. Bruce shared the honors with, Mr.  Nelson in the production. This afternoon "Quo  Vadis" will be repeated, and the company will close  its "engagement to-night in " A Set of Turquoise'-  and "David Garrtck."  A number of hands are being laid ofT  the O.'P~ R. by febe'Granby manage- at the Ymir mine. Up to dute firewood  ment for the exclusive use of a stand- 'w��s within easy radius of the mill, but  ard locomotive for switching purposes now it.has to be hauled a couple of  around theniluc3. 'miles, and the water power has been  reduced owing to recent heavy frost.  The poet evidently misunderstood the vagaries of  love's young dream when he wrote-that in the spring  a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love.  At least the sentiment does not apply in Nelson. Perhaps climatic conditions may have something to do  with it; but certain it is that never in the history  of Nelson have there been so many weddings as during the past Week,: and this is not springtime, either.  The balance ofthe bond on Uie Elk-  horn to Phil M.eDomild and! James  Sutherland, is in.bank for the payment  due-next, month���from, the net proceeds of ore sh ipm'eiits.  It is expected by Morrison and Edwards, who have a bond on the,Blue  Jay, that development will shortly be  resumed at that property, funds having been raised for that purpose.  Four men are developing the Minnie  claim in Summit.cami>; owned by Dr.  Tlie full complement of stamps are not  dropping at the mill in consequence,  and-.the staff is being reduced asa matter of economy. Development work is  in full progress and regular shipments  of ore continue.".  SLOCAN MINING NOTES.  - . Slocan Drill.  Last week Sandon mines shipped 84  Averill and A.  Traunwiser, of Grand tons of ore.  Forks. It isclose to the Fremont and  Senator, being developed-by Granby  interests.  A half-interest in the Alaska, Emma  and New York mineral  claims, north  The Ottawa has a carload of ore  ready to ship.  The force at ihe Myrtle has been increased to Gve men.  AJshortage in  tlie supply of water  of Grand Forks, was sold last week by has caused the Rambler concentrator  W. "A. Pounder to C..S. Atwood, of to shut down.  At the residence of Joseph Jackson, Thursday afternoon, Cyril I. Archibald was married to Miss  Olive Irene Jackson, the ceremony being performed  by Rev. F, H. Graham. Tbe groom was supported  by Fred. J. Bradley, while Miss I,ena Jackson was  bridesmaid. After the wedding breakfast, Mr. and  Mrs. Archibald took the 6:40 train for an extended  trip east, followed by the good wishes of a large  circle of friends. '',.".  much on account of the amount involved as the standing of the parties to the suit. If Miss Hopper gets  all she is suing for, she will not need to go 011 the  stage again to make a living. According to the ev>  dence, the late" Alex. Dunsmuirs guzzling capacity  was prodigious'  - Manager Annable has adopted a new method of  maintaining order at the Opera House. Boys who  ,will not behave,- themselves are ejected, and will not  be permitted to again enter the Opera House. This  will add greatly to the pleasure of patrons of the  theatre.  L  P,  ocal and:'"al rovincial  f   "a"    .'/A  J"  The Camborne Miner has been sold j   The Ladysmith   smelter  haa* been-  to G. R, Northey. J shut down for two weeks.  The Success Club held a very successful dance Thursday evening.  The mother of Mr. W. C. Wells died  this week at Vankleek Hill, at the age  of 95.  The next meeting of the Provincial  Mining Association will be held at  Victoria, February- 22.  The return of Mr. Nelson has been greeted with-  generous and well merited appreciation in the way of  large audiences. His production of Lytlon's master-'  piece, "Richelieu," while in some minor respects it  fell short.of the performance given last spring, was  really meritorious, and the audience who witnessed it  left the theatre fully satisfied with Mr. Nelson.  In the strong scenes, Mr.-Nelson proved himself, an  actor of great merit. Friday night, "Damon and  Pythias" was presented, and was quite in line with  tbeother^performances,..given here  by1 the,Nelson  Byron White, who is one of the best posted mining  men in the Province, is in the City this* week. Mr.  White expresses the belief that conditions in the Slocan are improving and that the prospects for the winter in Sandon are very good. It is encouraging to  hear such a report from a man of Mr: White's standing.      ,  .Mrs". R. S.' Lennie and her two sons returned Monday evening from a lengthy visit to the coast. Mrs.  Lennie1 was accompanied-by her sister, Miss Elsie  Douglas, of New Westminster. - ',  Tbe first thing-that strikes they.isitor to Nelson as  bordering on the marvellous," is the,fact that in a city of  this size'-we have a fully equipped street railway service. We know of nothing that-has ������so.well adver-  tised the city of Nelson as the Nelson. IJlect/ie -Tramway. * t is the best evidence that capital has Eiith in  thelutufe of the city.   -^     -  -   .   ��� J-    ^-  In the House Mr. Houston admits  that*he stands  alone, without party recognition, but up in Nelson his  friends declare'he  is the whole  Conservative   party,  or something of that sort.     It appears to be a question of locality with Mr.- Houston.    ..  Six months, ago, ho one ever dreamed there would  be such a place as Poplar, yet to-day there is quite a  "town at ..the new camp,, and this week a bright uews-  ipaper, has. beenissued by the veteran journalist, R. T..  Lowery.       ���*-  ��� Duringthe first act of the Thursday eveuing performance at the Opera. House, the actors oh the stage  'were greatly annoyed by the singing iti the little hall  downstairs. So exasperated was Mr. Nelson by the  noise that he complained to the management ofthe  Opera House, with the result that the performance  downstairs had to close down for the night.  ��� 8. B. Hodgson -writes The Economist that he haa not disposed of bid  interests at Poplar Creek.  The first division bas taken place in  the House and given the Government  a majority of six, Mr. Houston not voting.  The Nelson Lacrosse team took advantage ofthe visit of Alex. Taylor to  have a photo taken of last season's players.  "It is almost a settled fact that the  mono-railway wilL run up the west  fork of the Duncan from Kootenay  Lake. The line will be about 28 miles  iu length.  Tho formal transfer of the Camborne group from the Northwestern  Development Syndicate to the Gold  Finch.Mining Company took place at  Nelson last Tuesday.   -  "-    -     .        _J "     '    ' i-  -���The Trout Lako Topic thinks the  building of the"electric railway, to Duncan will have the effect of opening up  and working a large number of A. 1.  properties-whicli for tho last two or  three years have been practically closed  down on account of the lack of transportation.  The citizens of Revelstoke"' have  passed a resolution favoring incorporation.  Ralph S. Clark, N*elsonrcwas niarritd  Thursday at Trail t��Klss Helen B.-  Grav, of Buffalo, N. Y.  The' graduates of the different Canadian universities will organise a University Cln^a^Telaon.. - --'   '-  During the- mouth- of Novcratxr  there were 3,482 tons of ore received  at the Pfall Mines smelter, and 5S8 tons  of bullion were shipped during the  same month. -    -   "--,;"  *���=   > <  "'- ���< L  *> v- "    *i|  i   " y --1  .- *. ���-'. i^i  -*-��V;-��*i  . **.<. .-'  r   '     'r -,-j  There will be a sale of fancy work in  aid of St. Joseph's schoo] on Saturday,  December 12. Mrs. Madden, Mrs.  Sturgeon and Mrs. Clark will hs  pleased to receive donation*?.  The steamer Squib, of Vancouver, is  at Nanaimo catching tons of ben ing.  One night last week the crew filled 130  casks in a few hours, the run of the  fish being enormous.  Johnston Gaston, who 40 years, ago  fought in the Crimean War, died at  the Provincial Home at Kamloops the  other day. The deceased was an Irishman by birth, and was admitted to the  Home last spring. .  .-*-.,  After a very short illness, due to appendicitis, Mr. C. tt. Hittof Hitt Brothers, Victoria West, died, on Wednesday evening of lust week atthe Jubilee  Hospital. Ele had previously under-  gbitelEiiro^  tleman was a native of London, England, and only 27 years old.  K. C Ewart, architect, who left'here-/<  over a y-wr ago, suffering from uatlnna,  has returned almost restored to faoiltli",  and will remain hereof-bis health per-  . *    _* 1  mite.    He has been at the Sulphur>.'  Springs in Oregon. - '��� '-  v.. -*-,,-.-,, .     .  ���.,   1} H^.1  The Poplar Nugget is to baud. It is  a newsy little paper, issued by EL T.  Lowery, the , well-known uews'iaper  man.    James Gricr has charge of the  1  printing   of the paper, so   that tho  mechanical work is well done.  Mr. A. E. Crease is receiving the congratulations of his many ftienud on  account of liis speech at the'Scotch  The executive committee of the Success  Club purpose making an attractive entertainment for the winter.    The gymnasium is well patronized and popular,  the reading room is well' filled every evening, two  dances have already been given, another is fixed for  Wednesday evening, the gth inst., and others will be  given during the season. After New Year's the Mock  Parliament will-be revived. The:club is filling a very  -real want and its directors' efforts are gradually" rheet-  ing.with appreciation.  Aid. Barnard, who is a candidate for  the mayorality of Victoria, explains  that lie is no opponent of Mayor Mc-  Caudless, wlto has decided for business  reasons not to seek re-election. Hence  the alderman's candidature. Were  the present Mayor to seek re-election,  Mr. Barnard would, he says, support  him, as he bas done the city good service.  banquet. Many who were pri'sen t say  it was one the best after-dinner  speeches ever heard in the Kootenays.  The Shipwrights and Caulkers' Association of Victoria will ask the Dominion member for Victoria to support a  measure in favor of a Canadian uontri-  bution to the Imperial Navy The  Trades and Labor Council is also to  be asked by the Shipwrights'' delegatea  to endorse the proposal.       ,  Lovers of skating feel cheerful these days oyer the  prospsct of good skating in the near future. If the  present cold snap continues, the rink will be open in  a few days.  The suit against  the Dunsmuirs brought by the  step-daughter of   Alex.   Dunsmuir,   Edna Wallace  i Hopper, is attracting a great deal of attention, as  Next Seturday the people'of Nelson will   have an  opportunity of investigating the latest addition fo the  educational curriculum ofthe country.    Mr.   H.   D.  Dunnell, director ofthe' Manual Training Schools of  the province, has spent about, a month instructing the  city teachers and the pupils of the  High' School in  drawing, painting and clay- modelling, and will prepare an exhibit of work done for public inspection.  The work bas been in progress for three years in Victoria and Vancouver.     Of the other cities Nelson is  the first to receive the advantage of Mr. Duuinell's instructions.     Those who wish to get au idea of this  new branch of public education should visit the public school building next Saturday.  A report front Poplar says that the  feelingly that place.is buoyant and  everybody is preparing for the big rush  in tbe spring. : Tbe buildings are all  being put in first clasa condition and  judging from tb�� substantial way in  which they are being completed and  furnished Poplar Creek business men  evidently think their camp has come  to stay. '      .-. _  At St. Saviour's Church, last Tuesday evening, a reception was given to  Archdeacon l'entreatb, this bthig hi*  last official visit to the Kootenays a��  acting archdeacon for tbe diucesc. A  short programme of musical seleetion*  was given by Mrs. Bruce WhlU', Mr��.  B, W. Hannington and Miss Bry tuner,  and Mr. P. DuMoulin. Addrease* were  delivered by the archdeacon aud Rev.  F. H. Graham,  .  A coast paper--yjlting of the opening  of the House, says: " Mrs. Harry  Wright of Yiuiro<oup'.ed a seat imme "-  lately bchlml l^r husband. She was by  no means the only wife who did bub sbe  bore in her arms Wright, junior, who  raised his voice in protest at a critical  point in the Governor's speech. Wright  senior vainly strove to reason tbe matter out with his heir, and incidentally  raised a constitutional question,  namely, whether or not Ymir is entitled to two members in the preaent  House.''  The Boundary Creek Times .say*:  *' Boundary has practically reached  the million ton mark. If the present  tonnage is kept up. the total ship men ta  for a year will reach tbe magnificent  aggregate of a million tons. The tonnage for 1903 will fall considerably  short of that amount, but the Fernie  Btrike and tbe shortage of coal following restricted the output for the first  balf of the year. The dally tonnage at  present from the Boundary mines is  nearly 3000 tons and will Id all pro-,  bability pass thatamount if the present  rapid rate of increase is kept ap." n  THE .NELSON ECONOMIST  The Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon nt  Vee>-on" Stkket, Nelson, B. 0.  $1.00 Per Year in Advance  Advertising rai.es made known on application.  All changCB in aclvc.'Us&jients to insure  lnuertion should reach this ollice not later  tli&nTliuriidaynt 12 o'clock.   ,:  When clmiige of uddrchH is required, \t Is  desinblc lliatboth the old address and the  new he given.  Address all coiiiinuiiieatlons, " I'tiblislier of  THE Nemo> Economist. Ncison.B. C."  EDITORIAL  COMMENT.  It is too early yet to prophesy anything with regard to tbe municipal  election. No doubt when the time  time comes, the citizens of Kelson will  sustain their reputation for arrouaiug  enthusiasm in municipal campaigns.  The tone of Mr. Houston's speech in  the.House, gives rise to the. belief that  he was once more pleading for sympathy. He docs not, however, appear  to have accomplished his object. The  sympathy dodge seems to have lost ita  force,    \.  The announcement made by Sir  Hibbert Tupper at Vancouver (he  other day that he is out of politics for  good, will be read with sincere, regret  by Conservatives all over the Dominion. Sir Hibbert is one of.the'-ablest  men in Canada to-day, and his-determination to abandon public lift) will be  a loss not only to his party but to the  whole Dominion.  , Even the papers most violently, opposed to the Government are inclined,  to admit there is some merit iu tbe  proposal to devise some means to re-  , A- '��� A 'A~ ������  organize tbe financial arrangements of  'the province. The debate, on the address lias' revealed the true condition  of Jthe province's "delinquency in the  matter of not being able to carry on  the affairs of the country without..*  substantial increase "in tlie" revenue.'  David It. Bogle has been superseded  as editor of the ��� Colonist. by. Mr.  F.  ."'Carter-Cotton. It is understood that  there has been some difference of opin-  '  Ion'between the editor-and  tbo man-  "X'i' r  ogemcct of the ColonNt for so:ue time,1  "arising out of Mr. Boglo's espousal of  John Houston, and now that Mr.  Houston's political death knell has  been rung, the'management took occasion to dispense with Mr, Doglo's act-  . vices. ���     .  "'   We have no desire to'say anything  " that will add to the.humiliatioiuit Mr.-  "/;Efouskni iu tire appalling "situation in  .which lie now finds himself.   'Wo'will  not even go so far as to unreservedly  endorse the statcmen t made by a ireii-  -.tleiuan who was once .his friend, thut  ".he. brought all his trouble oh liini-  *elf."   Yet it is diificulL to see in what  other   way   tlio   Conservatives   could  liayc'ofFeetuully disposed of'he recalcitrant mem ber for Nelson. City  than  - by_ tlio   method   adopted., by Uonl  Charles Wilson.     Mr. Houston  made  *no  secret  of   his intention  lo make  We Print  Letter Heads/  Bill Heads,  Statements,  Note Heads,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc., Etc.  Complete Stock of Statioriey  Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET,  NELSON,  B.  I F. J. BRADLEY dfc CO?}  Ward Streeti Near New Post-office  E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  *" One seven-roomed house and  on e three-room h ouse  for rent.  Boots and Shoes  Good serviceable Broad Toe for Infants.  Splendid wearers for Children and Misses,  Ladies' Fine Shoes for Fall Wear.  Oxfords and Slippers in good shapes and styles.  Youths' and Boys' in "both heavy and fine.  Men's fine Shoes.  RUBBERS  Specialty in Storm Rubbers for Everybody,  best quality.  All  D  FilC  Three  dwelling houses for sale;rii easy -terms.  One Lot on   Stanley   street:   opposite Royal CCC  A AIM ARI F  HoteL for sale at a bargain, o ,        *JtL HnWHOLt  HAMcGAUStAND, SHOEMAKER  ,    ,. ������..-..:���������     'A: ,-    '-,-��..    . -   ������ A. :.   ...  "Boots and Shoes made'to order.   Invisible Patching  a Specialty;   Only Union Men Employed.   My stock  "   of fint*. ready-made work lowest priced in the city. -^  NEELANDS' OLD STAND, BAKER S  ress  C  omment  IUiilrmorc TlmcK.  It is df more importance to theaver-  si^e jicilitii-iaii wlilch pnrty ���will have  Lhe hsLtidlini; of tlie Government pat-  r<>nti��ce tluui what is for the best in-  tFr^~tTi_T>f_tlTlr~D"uTuiiTio��^ TTlie- man"  vrlih-tlie-pull ia heurd of throughout  the l-iiacl, while the rights of the citizen  la .ignored "und everything including  honor id tsaisriliccd for party gaiu.  ._���:  trouble for the Conservative party, unit  ..... i  no one*doubted lii>> cr.'-Reily to 'carry  Jils tlnvat into execution if the opportunity presented iUdf; therefore, tlie  only way to prevent hiin from carrying out his design was to .remove the  ���.yipon misty, which tht Government  hua done. Premier Mcliride ad the  leader ofthe Cousci'vul'vc. party In lhe'  "Local Houde, basin eiVt-ct fu'ul to Sliv  Houston :'*1 ]S*eycr nioie 'oe ollieei* of  jrj'm'e." ' Physicians tell us. that ilodpcr-  iite diseases require desperate. remeilU's),'  sfiid lib tloubt tlie iueuiburd of the Gi>v-  ..   - i ���- K.  "ernnreut in  resorting to the tn-jt'iod  tliey employed to rid  themselves., jj.  -"Mr." Houston were fully convinced that,  'milder treat ment would  nut bj', et'iidi-  CI0U3.     In doing so, the Goverii ua*ni  . has got rid of a man  who, if by uny'  hffcteli'of imagination coultl.be liiokeis  ify'sii"' as a supporter,  must',certainly  Lave been "regarded as a refractory one,  nnd not  to  be  depei.ded  upon  in a  critical moment.    iSpeakiug asaC'oii-  fcciviilive, The Economist -finceirely  liopcs the people have heard the last of  ^vhD*'Hoiiston.;   * '���'-'.  ,.  , Morrlsney Despatch.   . : '-���"  ; It 3s sajd.tliiit.in the Peace Riverdirt-  tjiets there ure fifteen million acres of  j'iuli agricultural land in addition to  jp-etrolc'iHii, coal, iron und other miner-  siIh. ' When'the Peace Itiver valley Id  a)j>eiiecl'��p'\vitii. railways that country  ���will bo preferable to Manitoba ou ac-  ��oaut of the climate, the situation und  tliediYersirted nature of the  territory.  g rovEog province like this cannot re-  trencli.    Wha.t the governmen t shou Id  do is to increase the revenues by insisting on an equitable system of taxation.  Retrenchment   means    retrogression.  Itut if eyery corporation a7id~in<Iivid-  ual pay just taxes, there will be revenue to look after the mistakes of the  past and provide for progress in the  future. Make; everyone pay their  share. Tt mill take nerve on the part  i>i legislators who 'have;, been influenced, by cor|)orate interests, but it is  British Columbia's only salvation.  Don't retrench, but let the money ex-  pended bo spent legitimately.  ,:.��� Kt-rhle l-'roe I'nffiB;-" ��� - -.f..r- A  _- TLic iCerniy-jail has of, late been tcr-  Titily overcrowded, the number of pris-  HMicrs constantly varying from 3!) to  -2\. This id a disgraceful state of affairs,  ilkeltkc of which has rarely existed In  imotlern tinies. To crowd a score of  ni eh into .the space intended for only a  *liiird.&r.tliai.number is.au exhibition  At: intiuiitanity only- credited to the  barbarous ages, especially when it is  considered that the present wretched  <i��ndiitu.u of the jail renders it unfit for  human hubitatipn'under any consideration. ���. Tlie goyernnient. has uo work  on its bands needing more urgeutat-  Le ation than tiiis, and it is to be hoped  that it will have the matter remedied  nt. the earliest possible moment.  Cranbrook Herald.  Eastern papers daj* that Briikh Ccl-  uimbia must inaugurate a system of re-  Lwaebiiaent.   "Nothing of the kind. A  ... KiW \V(7��tinin��terColu:abl(in.  The jHEblication by ACorangof Bour-  Inot's "I^ord Elgin" will lead to a  (|UasiUty of reininisccnces about thtit  oxcecditigly popular statesman. A  phase of hU career about which Sir  John Itouriuot was somewhat silent  was his connection with education.  After III A fare \tfell vldt to the educational institutions of Upper Canada,  the Chief Superintendent of Education  drew ut ten tion to the val lie of his services iu slgiiiScant terms. "He may  justly 'claim the distinction." he says,  l4aiid e, high oue, we think it is, of  being tbo.. fl rat Governor of Canada  who has identified .himself personally,  as well as olUcially, throughout his  whole administration with the general education and -intellectual improvement of tlie people of Canada:"  The papers that will shortly see the  lJRhtln a forthcoming volume of the  MDocujri��ntury History of Canada" are  eloquent witnesses of Lord Elgin's interest ia ihe schools that made their  flrat jfreikt advance under his viceroy-  ally, and ihe affection with which he  was nc^ttrded by their authorities.  We carry an up-to-date  stock, sell wholesale and  retail and bur prices are  as low as any can sell  legitimately-and pay ioo c  on the $.  Funeral Directors  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  MEAT MERCHANTS  \  Head Office Nelson, B.C.  Branch Markets  in  Rossland, Trail,   Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, Three  Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.        <.-.  ' Orders by Mail to any branch will have prompt and careful atten  tion,  --  ���  WALL PAPERS,  PAINTERS AND DECORATORS,  SIGN WRITING,  PICTURE FRAMING.  ROOM MOULDING.  | BAKER ST., NELSON, B.C t  1  ���?������:������:���-������:���-.:. -a  Lands for  Kootenay Valleys Co,, Limited  T. G. PROCTER, MANAGER, NELSON, B. C-  Farms from So 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 the Kootenay River, near Fort  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 Kooleiiay 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 Ranch, 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.  IEFERGUSON&CO,  SOLE AGENTS  A   A   t'o   />    �����>    A  t  'I  iDawson's Perfection Scotch!  ��        ,   '     ���>' EXTRA SPECIAL A  ,j�� This whiskey will please connoisseurs. It is a high grade well- 'f  ^matured spirit of excellent bouquet and except for age, is the same a  f quality as Dawson's Old Curio (Over 20 years old). X  |^!i?sDELoBSvAR E. Ferguson & Co.,. Nelson, B.Ca[  McDonald's Confectionery  Baker Street, Nelson  E. K. STRACHAN  Clumber and Gasfitter  Estimates4 Given  on General  Plumbing,  Sewer Connections, Etc.   Baker_Street>_.ne_ar. Ward .Street., Nelson.  Fal  Of the Latest Desig ns  AUBIVINQ "DAILY.  Nice Line of. T  John Small wood  MERCHANT TAILOR  Ward St., next new P.O. Bldg., Nelaott  Sewing Machines ami Pianos I  For Rent and for Sale  Old CiiriositySftop, Josephine St, Nelson  elsonTent & AwningWorks  All kinds of Canvas Work   made  to order.  Also  Clothes  Cleaned   and   Repaired.  Boyingtorr & Rossr  25-7    BAKER    ST.,    NELSON  0  0  6>  (J  >  ���a  co tnontbs'mo^horauip. f*  7U3 the official clah or^au 5  evoryoionm.inclutlingSpiocBSofliiB*i-clas.svocal a  and instrumental new lnusio c^h month, 13 f:'-  picf ss ia all; also a Certificate ci iiomboiship B1  trhiob gives tho privilege of Club Eooia i^ Kow E*  YorkCitr. andofboyinglitnratnre.iouaiccrinu- F  sical instrojnentj of any description &tv-ho:csulo fs  prices, saving you from SO/V t-j %W on jour \ar ��� g.  chu:<;s.^oQ'tfJUltojoinatoi.co.Yonv.ill(>;Hitm^ch f  more than yonrmoney'owortli. MirrciL f rKa- t  AEY-Mcsio Oluu, Dept.    , iSOIfaasach -S .I.Y. C  H  0  m  0  u  9VXM  J THE  NELSON  ECONOMIST  " if. ?-___$,  <��� '_!���_, f!%  ,   '?', \ "  ���'A-iyJp.  a��aa��&BgaHa��smwaa^^  BaKpaaSftl^^  i  Don't put off your Christmas Buying until the last moment    Those who  have the advantage of a complete stock.    They can make Their selections  with more comfort and  OF   AN "ELEVENTH   HOUR" RUSH  Then when Christmas Day comes they are  ���AAyc:yy_i  llBlt  liiilf  wzysm  zymm  :.: :Ay&y&&  ���:A:7~;-my0si  7:7!Sfe  ���'rAi-mtem  '.r:-7i-A-''0h'^Si  /y/pAm  A7/:7':AZZ?}  I ir::,ry}��y&.  A7/A.;iM  T  -.   A,\\  , ���_���������.���: .\uk:  ymi  ���yAiim  'AA7~iy_-l  i  _.-r-i,i,,.i-:.i_i,_i__  .aa-./.;,- 'Hr:  "7;p.|  l--A.A^  ill  j^yy%.\  fill  oft=-*to$|  :77'-a7aa;|  Never before have we had such a lin calculated to please on exhibition at this season  of the year.  any s  ��� -*;i  myMm  y:zm  _. t  aaMMBMAEarasB^^  ftg��iaii��^ia^^  r-fci.  A Western Character.  f The recent death of Mnrthn Canary���  'better known ns "Culainity Jane"���has  | revived many tales oi her rcinarkahle adventures in the West during the early,  j (.roubles. Oticc, it 13 related, sho ���wn.;-  j riding in a stage couch driven by Jack  iMcCaull, a notorious character of Dead-  ���wood, S.D., when\a band of Indians.  I swooped down.    AlbCaull was wounded,  ��� a.nd fell back on his scat. Tlie six pas-  jsenwera in the coach were lielpless with  j fright. "Calamity Jane" scrambled to  [the sent, lashed" the horses into a run  ��� and escaped. It was this same McCanll  tvvho afterward was made tlie'most mem-  lorabla example of "Calamity Jane's"  ! vengeance. MeCanlL shot "Wild Bill",  i'liickok from behind a tree, for 11 reason  mover    known;   after  "Wild    Bill"  had  staked him. When "Calamity Jane"  " lfoafd"iof"itps'he=stai'tcd=atH-aoiice=Hto-Hflr.d  McCaiill. "Wild Bill" was her friend,  and the fact that slie had once saved  MeCaull's life did not deter her from taking it. "I gave it to liim once," sihe declared, "I'll take it back now.3' She came  j across, ���him unexpectedly in a meat-shop,  jseized a' cleaver, and, tlircatcning to  j brain Mm If he moved, waited till her  ifriends toound him. She was one of thoso  (who tugged hardest to pull liim over a  Icottornvood limb, and with prim satia-  Ifaction she watched him kick his life  'away.  Football Tactics in the Ballroom.  .-;���  . The American Society of Professors ol  Dancing which recently met in New  ; York, lias decreed that football tactics  on the ballroom floor miist stop. Ther'i  must Le no., more "Yale glides," noi  ."Harvard dips," nor distorted attempts  to tread a measure "in two-four tLmoi  when tlie -music calls for three beats ip  a bar. The dancing of the two-step tb  waltz time and the grotesque positions  assumed by tlio dancers are evils attributed to the college fads that.have vitiated the public taste-. "Some of these  students" said one pi-pfessbr, "invent a  series of Simian contortions and football  tactics and-give it a ^college name, and  tho puhlic illiii'kE> it is all right because  the college men do it. Now, we want to  stop nil this, and bring dancing 'back to  tlio old style of graceful carriage that  =enal)led=L-heidancer3-to-expres3Hthe=-beau-  ty of motion to music. A majority of  the people now seem to daneo a two-step  to waltz music. This is.not right. The  two-step is casicT to teach, as it is in  common time, arid dancing it to waltz'  music is not a'correct movement.'? - Attention was alao drawn to the neglect in  the large cities of the old square dances,  which are still taught in the smaller  cities.  Curious Bits of News.  ISP  Cjptured by the Pic-rates.^-" Judge,''  Complimentary.  He���My people are bothering me to  marry Miss Mayford.  She���Tou'O be very lucky if you did.  She is very clever -ancl very beautiful  He���Oh! I don't want to marry  brains and beauty. I want to marry  you.���"Punch."  The Upheaval of the Gelt.  Someone has been yelling fortli tho  virtues of the Celt.* The upheaval of the  Celt is a periodic event, and is in somo  way'distantly -related to the Australian  drought cycles and the spota on the sun.  Personally- (says a writer in an Australian paper) I havo always found that  you can mako a"fast friend and sworn  ally of the Celt "by simply remarking in  an nfl'ablc manner, "Good night, Sergeant!" The Celtic chest swells immediately, there is a.more dignified atmosphere aliout. the movements of his hind  legs; and after passing thai; remark  three nights running you are free to  commit any crime in the calendar���murder, arson, abduction; anything, in fact,  hut the crime of tearing "mc uniform."  Yes, the Celt ia a very fine fellow as long  as you nddrcss liim as "Sergeant"���unless lie is a sergeant���then I am always  careful to address him as "Inspector."  That, however, has to be done with discretion��� if ��� done too ofEen or too sud-  der/y tho CeLt is liable to burst.  A Failing of History.  , Freddie���Why is it said that history  -can't he written, until years after the  event? Colwigger���Because, my boy, ii  it was written, at the time it occurred it  would j>ro"ba.'ly 'be true.���"Judge."  The Effect on Him  "i/Zy wife took great pains with tha  galad. and I " I  The dyspeptic squeezed out a sort of  fcavft-mercy-upon-ua   grin.  ^ *i��-took great pains froaa It"  Advantages of Delay.  First Parmer���You oughter took a  trip to New York years, ago. Second  Farmer���Oh, I doumo. The longer you  wait the more tiiere is tO'see.-rEx.  "The heart," exclaimed the poet, "is  a casket wbiiU love alone can unlock."  "li'yes," replied the cynic. "But money  is tho skeletoD-key that's very apt to  produce the tame result." _���  Park's Eiffel Tower will stand for only  (i few years longer. A commission appointed to decide on the uses to which  phe Ohamp de Mars shall be put has ordered tlyip the tower be torn down at  the end of. the concession, which- expires  in 1910.  ���       *  Carrie Nation, following the example  of John L. Sullivan, James J. Corbett  and others of her predecessors in" the  strenuous lifo, is-going on. the stage She  Is to appear in. a new version of "Ten  Nights in a Barroom," and one of the  scenes will represent her using her famous hatchet to.advantage.  '.������The;I>e Pierreeourt's fortune of $000,-  000; left to the city of Rouen for the  propagation "of a race of giants,' is to  be; JWerjte^frpniithisi; purp^e,j^d^L*30iO  OOS) will be retained by the Rouen foundation for, a philanthropic institution,  the rest to go id the natural heirs, who  contested the will -on the ground of immorality. '-���        <  What is said to be a new world's record in long-distance train running lias  just heen made on the Bal timore and  Ohio rood out in Ohio and Indiana, where  128 miles were covered without stops in  125 minutes.' In the course'of the run  a speed of 85 miles an hour was 'reached,  and much of the distance was run at  the rate of 70 and 75 miles* an hour./.  Shortly after he was elected President  of Fiance, M. Loubet offered a large sum  for tho Castle of Mezenc,-which once belonged to Diana of Poitier3, ihe favorite  of Henry II. His offer was refused at  the timo, but recently he succeeded in  getting the chateau, which is most picturesquely situated, near Montcliniar,  and has a. waterfall, three ponds filled  with trout, and a large park with plenty  of game. Tlie price paid waa one hundred and seventy thousand francs. From  his tower the President can now sec his  birthplace, Marsanne, where his mother  8 till lives.  When the North German Lloyd steamship "Kaiser Wilhelm II." reached New  York recently and disembarked her cabin  passengers at Hoboken, one of them, a  United States citizen, addressing himself  to a policeman' on the pier', caused hiin  to arrest a fellow-traveler, also a United  States citizen, on a charge of swindling,  the fraud, according to the accusation,  having been perpetrated "by means ol  unfair play -at cards during the voyage  across the Atlantic. The officer, aftei  having conveyed hi3"pi-isoner to police  headquarters, subsequently arraigned him  before the acting recorder. The lattei  informed both the plaintiff and the police that his court had no jurisdiction in  the matter, and referred 'him ��� to the  United States commissioner, who also declined to deal with ihe case, on tht  ground that it was beyond the competence of the federal authorities. The  Hoboken police thereupon communicated  with the German consul-general at the-  portof New York, and on .receiving fro re  him an intimation that he knew of nt  law under whieh ihey could hold the  prisoner, were obliged i-o set the lattei  at liberty, much to the disgust of th*  plaintiff,.-who complained that he anc  some of his friends had beca victimized  to the tune of some ten. thousand dollars.        . _L__" '.."..    -. .-  ��n  Navy Gut Mild, Medium and Full  ���Navy Mixture.   Gut Cigarette  Tobacco,  Pedigree Tobacco, Navy Cui  Cigarettes.  Tobaccos and Cigarettes are Second to I one  WHOLESALE D1STRIBUT.HG A6ENTS FOR WESTERN CAWADA.  Turner,  tot! & CO., Ltd, Victoria, B. G.  MONTREAL^ Sole Manufac  turers of the "Pinto Shell Cordovan" Gloves and Mitts  R. H.CARLEY,B.C.Agt.  $7.50 PER TOH,  DELIVERED  All orders must be accompanied by cash and should te JoT-waraTedi  either personally or by mail to the office of  W;.P. TIERNEY, GENERAL AGENT THE NELSON ECONOMIST  Something  New ia Hotels.  j To whom it mny concern: VCa di\l*  jleavc to osli your attention to tJic foi  ���Iovvirg novel features of th? iin:*i\jled.  'up-to-date society hotel, which the ur.  deraiijncd piopose to build, if a-Liliuieu".  encouragement is forthcoming:  I _Tha architecture will he a. combina-  'tion o�� Queen Anne, Gothic, Moorish,  '.ind GPvei.il extinct styles, the purpose  being to secuie adequ.ite eomcis for con-  K'cnicnt exclusive gosbip; also, as far as  ;po3sibiC, giving a private entrance to  leach guest. All rooms will face ft on I.  ���This airangcmcnt -will prove & conven-  liencs to young people in the evening,  particularly as tlie management guarantees tliat the electric light connections  ���will be out of order at least twice a  pvcek.  [ Each room will be furnished with on:  ���especially patented ". italomctci," sup-  ���plyinjr sea air or mountain air of any  laltitude on demand. If desired, the  booms will bo fitted with movable seen-  .���ery painted to order hy two Royal Aw-  ���dcuiicLins to bo especially imported foi  Ithe purpose.  The dividing walls of the rooms nili  ve cf papicr-uiache, and sounding-board*  -will Ic introduced when requested b\  !hard-licaring neighbors.  Electric calls in every room will con  -nect with clergymen of all denominations, and guests will prcs3 the button  should they require their services day or  night. Discreet witnesses supplied on application.  Chinese, French, Italian and German  chefs will have chaige of the cuisine on  alternate days, thus ensuring a, genuine  international dyspepsia.  ���Oux-belL-boya will be mutes, our cham-  "bermrJds will be blind, cur coachmen  will be deaf, telephone operators will be  discharged twice daily, and e\cry other  effort will be made to secure privacy.  Our mosquitoes will be hand-fed with  Aganiomermi3 Culicu-i. These and other  undes-iiable insects will not he permitted  on. tlie piemiscs.  A special chamber will be fitted with  Gatliug guns, electrocution chaus, and  other .iuicida!  conveniences.  Arrangements will be made for a satisfactory' time-table, and affidavits that  trains left ahead of schedule time will  be issued to married men on payment of  the notary fee.  Booms may be reserved now. Address  fill communications to the Up-to-Datc  Potel Company.���f'Town Topics."  A Story of PiusX.  .( la Toinbola an.-amusing story 13 tolc  I of the present Pope and the mourners  candles. A wealthy resident of Tomboli  died, -and his funeral ceremonies wen  the most elaborate ever kno,-,n in tliiu  ImifaMe Village. A great ma.ny mournen  were hired^wiiose -cilice was Lo bear tin  lighted eandlca beside'the catafalque ii  it3 progress to the ccmeteiy. The can  dies were of the clearest wax and im  mense in v size, laving been specially  brought from, Vefiice for the. occasion  The like had never been seen in Tombola  their size exceeding even the large 'can'  dies"on the'church'altar. During the'sol  emn,vproce;33ion the Don, Giuseppe, noM  Pius X.j noted how often the candles wen  extinguished.*.- He could not-account fo'.  it, ns the- day waa a still- -one. II<  "watched an old -woman nearest to hlra  and saw her fuitively blow out the candle which her right arm could scarcj  carry, "How did you come io put ou.'  that candle. Giaceomaf" he queuel  sternly. The crone turned a properh  sonowful face to him, replying; -."Mj  tears have put it out���they fell so free.  ly." "The excuse ia light D<5n Giuseppe'i  so!iSQ*of humor." "Well," stilt he, relight  ing the, fine taper, "see that your te.ui  fall to'th'e left of.you-after thi*.". Tin  old woman's light"'held out to thCgr.ive  though no doubt it seemed a pity not ti  sa\e as much of the candle as she coul/.  i;s<* in her home.  i  yeache and  Headache.  both.  Drugs  relieve.  only  temporarily.   Properly adjusted glasses remove  the cause and effect a  permanent cure.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  #  Eyestrain i v jDit(M*&  ri)n��P<i : CURES ALLEYE DISEASES.  CU.UJ>Ca (BfUUiEO EYE5.SCAUS OH UO!  GRANULATION ETC  Patenaude Bros.  Opticians  Baker   Street,   Nelson.  Corporation of the City of Kelson  ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES  - Electric Light rates for the mon Hi or November are now due nnd puy-ibleat the City of*  tlccs. if paid on or before -theloth December,  discount ono per c-ciit will be allowed.  By ordor,  D. L'.MCMORKIS  ���- o -Oily Clerk.  Kelfon. "December 1,19031 -  Corner Mill and Josephine Sts.  Several families are  buying their groceries at  the little store on the corner of Josephine and Mill  Streets. :^hy'not join the  happy throng and deal  with joy at the  Id^a! Cash Grocery  R. G.   JOY,   PROPRIETOR  2QO TO &4  AWAY  SILK SATIN  TIES, 200  During the inontli of December'every  perdon  trading on  the dry goods  iide <>5, Uie stoie will bo sivun o:ig coup >u with every dollar 3  wort.i, ot  goous  *��� "* 1 .���!!���__ II        _._. L   .. ..a  1   ..       ll...      /I��.1IK1IWF     flll<       (*��  JNE  side >��-, mo.7ih��.v- ���*>�����.<�����������  1-  - .-������,- - --. -   ~  pttrehured, entitling Uiem to si cliaiicu in Ibe drawing tor u  the drawing to take place 011 IboSlst December, 10D3. Customers will please  drop lho small portion ol* Uiul^iUipons 1n the box at lhe door. Hub "�����"*��-  dUiuii-.il incentive) to conic miU secure some of tlio huiulrcite of bargains  that  ure yet to be disposed of in tlie  The follow in? arc hut a (Wi'<>!��.������ culled from tlio various departments:���  A big hC'Icctiou of Li.lU-s* <;<>���,! u iul<��, coal a ami waterproofst in all the various  \\ lvi .-vaiid colors. .TI.W yiui's s.'i U'S> from  $6.00 to 30.00  LOO pieces of dres,g '���> ���*���* iu *l11 s>'i*J��J al> ��� textures fr >m   _  35c to.94.00 per yd.  A large variety of ^'IUh and  fa'ius  in taQVta.-, |n��ie  du 'aoies, beiiyaliues  mei'vesiatin duclieb=c, i.l.i":n sivlins ami fancy blouse s'lbs from  50c to $2.50 per yd.  A fine lot of iip-tj-.lite, rcjd/-to-\S-e.ir bloiisa.- in all.si���/.���-*�� a .1 styles from  1      $1.00 to 5.00  Ladies' glovesisi b!.u'.', vrliiiean.l tans dressed and undressed kid from  85c to $1.50  Lowest priced, picttie-.! and most sbapely footwear .f-.ir i^n and -woiueu  from Ac" -*   '"''���     __.-  $f.95 to 6.00  A Lir<��e assortment of ft'icj Hlipp-jrs-f^r mis.��;s, women aud ciiildren from  ICens' suits and ovoroan'-s.    O > >1 reliable m^ko at prices that will surprise  2"0Q.   From  $4-75 to 19-5��  ��� Carpets in good eV: r jini'iiuati in:1, tipc3*ri^.3 and brumels sold ai less tUan  ���roods cost to wea\e. sewed and liid five*uf charyc from  50c to $1.50 per yd.  ihe goods cost 1  4   FOR   25G\  MEN'S  BRAOES 25 O  Notice  . Notice .is hereby given that 30 days after  date! intend toapply to the Cliief Commissioner ol'Lands and Works for a special license  to out and carry away timber from the following described lands situate on Kuysell  Creek, ulio'ut y. mile from tlie town of Kitchener in West .Kootenay District. Commencing at a post marked George a -JHunt's  northwest corner, tbence 160 chains soutli,  thence 40 chains east, tlience 160 chains north,  thence 160 chains west to place or conimeuee-  ment. ���-..  Gko. A. Hunt.  Dated Nov. 7th, 1903.  Certificate of Improvements.  Archer, Gipsy and JSelson Star Mineral  Claims,-situate in theNelsonMining Division  of West Kootenay district.  Where located: Seven miles west of Nelson, liair-mile north of railway track.  Take notice that I, Charles W. Busk, acting  ns agent for Arthur l'owys, Free Miner's Cer-  tltlcateNo. B 58,174, Intend sixty days from  the date hercol, toapply to the Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for  the purpose ol obtaining Crown Grants of the  ab-ivc claims.  And further take notice, that action under  Section 37 must he commenced before the issuance ofsncli certliicatcsof improvements.  Dated this 12th September, 1903.  Cuas. W. Busk.  Certificate of Improvements.  Republic and ILoptiblic Fraction Mineral  Claim!), situate in tlie Nelson Mining Division  ot West Kootenay District.  Where located: Between 49 and Eagle  Creeks.  Take notice that I. Charles \V. Busk, acting  ns agent Tor Arthur l'owys, Free Miner's Certificate Ko. H 58,174, intend sixty days from  the date hereof to appty to tin: Minim; llc-  corder for Certificates,of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining "' Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further t-akenotice, that action under  Section a? mubt be" commenced before the 1s-  suance.orsueh Certlilcates of Improvements.  Dated this 12th September, 1903.  Chas. \V. Busk.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  -"**.  Bonner, Plomestakc nnd Utopia Fractional  Mineral Claims, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of WeHt Kootenay District.  Where located: On Forty-nine ureek, about  one mlic above the "May ai:d Jennie" mlnoral claim.  . Take not ice that I, John McLatchie, ofthe  City of Nelson, acting as agent lor David G.  l'ortcr, Krco Miner's Certificate No.. 1180,71a),  and Jacob C. Porter, Free ^'Miner's Certificate  No. B81.1I3. intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, touppl-r- to the Mining, Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims. ���. ��� ' '  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of November, A. D.19US.  JolIN WCtiATCHIE. I*, li. S-  Bartlett House  (Formerly Clarke House) ���  -Tho bestSl-perday-hoiiseini'NelsoniHHH��� ���  None but while help employed. ��� The bar  li ebest.  G. W.  Bartlett,   Prop  W. G. Gillett  Builder   and   Contractor  Estimates given on stone, br  and woodwork.  ��� ��� .   v>  Brick and Lime for Sale  Fred. J. Squire  Tents and Awnings made and re; aired.  ClotUi ng oleaned a nd mended.  Over Itie Wallace-Miller Co., Helsoc  ISO  YEARS'  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &&  Anvone sending & sketch and description may.  nnlckly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention Is probably patentable. Comroiuilc*.  tlotu strictly confidential. Hondbook on Patents  gcrit froo.Oldest aitercy forseenripepatents. ���  Patent* taken throash Mann & Co. rocoWa  tpedol noliu, without ciime. In tho  Scientific Htnericatu  A niiiKlsoiKclj- Lllustratod weokl*. Jjinrest dr-  ciilaUon of any sdenUBo tonrn^. Terms. U a  yew: tour months. ��U Bold byall ��ew��dool��ra.  MUNN ftCo.38'*9*"*- New York  IMPORTERS OF  Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Millinery^ Hose, Men's Furnishings  New Fall Goods Just Arrived  100 Pieces of Fancy Flannelettes, suitable for Ladies' Shirt and Blouse Waists, Wrappers and Children's Dresses, worth 20c.  Sale price, 12%c. New White and Grey Saxony Wool Blankets, all sizes and qualities. . New Wool Comforters and Eider Down  Quilts. New Table Covers, Portierres and Curtains, new Table Linens, Towels and Sheetings, new Laces, Ribbons, Gloves aud  Dress TriinmiMgs. -  pus in Roys, Art spares, Oilcloiiis, linoleums, Loee certains  *v*s%,<%/%rw**  BURNS   BLOCK,  BAKER STREET  Now is the Time to pick your Carpets and Linoleums just "beforehouse-clean  ing. We carry a very lkrge assortment, -patterns, very latest. See our Go  carls ranging in prices from $3.00 to $30.00.,  Furniture Dealers and   Undertakers  JOHN McLATCHIE  ���    '::-:-Af--r**- _  Dominion and  .   Provmciai  '   Land: Surveyor  Op. B C. Customs House, Nelson,  SMOKE/  THE   CELEBRATED  BRiAR PIPES.  CO  LU  ��L  <  X  CO  O  z  <  UJ  UJ  I  H  u.  O  UJ  O  0)  KOOTENAY     . .    |  COFFEE CO.!  ������y   Coffee Roasters  QB****~,n Tea and Coffee  We are ofl'crins at lowest prices tlie best  grades ol Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas. ���      --���.���'  Our Best Mocna and Java Coffee"per  pound $  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds 1 00  Choice J'lend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Clend Coffee, 6 pounds 1 00"  Rio Bleud Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Special Hlend Ceylon j.'ea, per piund.    bo  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.   p.-O.-Box 1827   WEST    BAKER   STREET,    NELSON I  iMmimm.Miw.Mnj!  OB-E-a  WiUfWflKl  w^mm<$:  We beg to ami ou nee that we have been appointed  Canadian Pacific RaiLway Co.'s town lots in Nelson and  Kootenay.  agents for the  lauds in West  Baker Street, l^iefson, B. O.  J  W. A thurman  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  cenic  irect Line,   l  East  Winnipeg  Toronto -���  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  West  V'aneonvr  Victoria  Seattle.  . Portland  Sau.FrancIsco  - Vin KooPncificLlne,St. Paul, Chicago and  allr.S. points.  West Kootenak  Wholesale aitd Ketall  Dealers in  Merchant Tailor,  S. S, Service from Vancouver  To Alaska,. Japan. China, Hawaii, Australia  fiettlers' Rates 'Westbound, sold daily till  November 80. ��� .������     ���  Through bookings to England and the Continent via all S.S. lines.     .  For time tables,ratoa and information, apply to loral ageulB, or write.  j;s..C4KTBR,  '*    13Uf.**B8S��iiftt.,  Kelson. '  E.J.CO*��X*B,  A. G- P. A.  . . ". Vancouver  Camps supplied on shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats andsupplies  kept in stock.  E. C. TRAVES Manager  WADDS BROS.  'H0T0GRAPHERS.  Vancouver and Nelson  BAKER STREET,, MELSOW, B. C  Tremont   Blk*   Bafcer  St,   Ea��  Inlatest designs and best quality  Frank  Fletcher  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR '  Lands and MineralClaimsSurvej*cd  and Crown Granted  P.O.Box563      Office:Kootenay St. Kelson

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