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 '���~i "��� i���;���"������"-">��� y���^���- "-.1,-niiiaiiiiriiirj.  11 M~r r rriFrh tafttrn it  ��� �����������������.����������.,    ...     ������|V.,.M...lJ.���,-1|gc..W^,-K-^^M   -J...  n,rH,,1Jh.,Sff,����,-rM.a.-g....     .    ,    ,  ��� ���*������-������   ,.���   ,_, mUmmii  ���Jt����aa*t��l*ii Mid-MHi  ���   - ������J- -^-l. .' --&���"'����� a    ���"���,   ������ ^.if....  J!-...,J..  -��-.i...i ,>.   ..^1  ^H.^.. ,  A.  ���tin  ;   .*.  V y  ,y ^  ^-.  ���w-  VOLUME VI.  NELSON, B. C, SATTTBDAY, JUNE 13, 1903.  NUMBER 48  SKELETONS  Notable Pages in the History  of Noble Houses.  FERRERS THE MURDERER  Grandfather of the Present Speaker  of   the   Commons   a  Prizefighter.  In the great gallery at Lord  Roseberry's palatial home, The  Durdans, near Epsom, among the  portraits of his ancestors, and yet a  little apart from them, is the picture of a young and exceedingly  beautiful girl.  The original of this painting,  which never fails to attract the attention of visitors, was a certain  Kitty Canham, a village beauty of  Thorpe-le-Soken, in Essex.  Mated when little more than a  child to a man whom she disliked,  Kitty fled to London, and, after various adventures, married under an  assumed name the Lord Dalmeny,  who would, had he lived, have  been the third Earl of Roseberry.  The young couple went abroad,  and four years were spent happily  in travelling from place to place.  Then, at Verona, Kitty sickened  and died, a victim to. the remorse  born of her guilty secret.  But ere the end cnme the unhappy girl found strength to confess to Lord Dalmeny the wrong  she had wrought him, and begged  him, as a laet favor," to promise to  carry her body back to the home of  her childhood and bury it in the  village churchyard. The promise  waa readily given and faithfully  kept, the young man traveling to  Thorpe-le-Soken, via Harwich,  with her embahnod remains in ono  big cheBt and her dresses and jewelry  in another.  Arrived at his destination, he at  once sought out the deseased's first  husband, and the two followed her  to the grave next day. Throe yeara  later Dalmeny, broken-hearted,  died also, leaving hia younger  brother Noil to Bucceod to tho oarl-  doui.  Suoh   ia tho   story of tho  bory'a ono family tdcoloton.  pathetio rather than .grisly  tho exact reverse holds good  with  regard to tho history attached to tho  upooimona belonging lothoMnrlof  Ferrers.  For thoir particular skolo-  ton ia lhat of an ancestor who was  hanged,  Tho orlme, for whioh ho diod, waa  committed by   Lawronco  Shirloy,  third Earl Forrors, tho scono of tbo  tragedy boing hia lordBhip'a privato  room at Staunton Harold in Loioos-  torahiro, thon, aa now tho principal  seat of tho family.   Tho victim was  tho murdoror'a own atoward.     Ho  had boon  summoned, thoro by tho  oarl to gointocortain business mat  tera about whioh  thero hud   boon  disputos. 'Thoso dispute's woro, it  would appear, thon and  Ihoro ro-  nowod; and in tho end  tho oarl, a  man of violent torn por, ordered hia  retainer to Bign a pupor containing  a oonfoBBion of dishonesty.   On hia  refusal, he tthot him dead.  Hia lordship wan in duo oourno  brought to trial boforo bin poors in  Westminister Hall, and being found  guilty waa sentenced to death, lie  wan hanged by Tyburn, with a silk-  on rope, for tho possession of which  Iho executioner and hifl ansititunt  .fought throo rounds whilo yot tho  Rose-  It ia  Hut  body was dangling.  The grandfather of Mr. William  Gully, Speaker of the House of j  Commons, was a prize-fighter.  There is little to be ashamed of in  the possession of this brand of  family skeleton; and as a matter of  fact, it is pretty generally averred  that the right honorable gentleman  is rather proud of the fact than  otherwise.  For John Gully, the ancestor in  question, was, despite his profession,  a thoroughly good-hearted, genuine  sort of fellow; a staunch friend and  generous enemy. He got into the  King's Bench Prison for debt when  barely twenty-one years of age,  through "backing a bill" for a friend  and was got out of it again by another friend, Henry Pease, the then  champion of England, who gave a  boxing exhibition in the jail yard  for Gully's benefit.  Afterwards Gully himself entered  the ring, won several battles, saved  money, became a professional bookmaker and before he was forty had  succeeded in amassing a million  sterling. He left behind bim in  addition to his money, no fewer  than twenty-four.children, one of  whom was, as has already been intimated the father of the present  Speaker.  There is no older or prouder  family in England than that of  which Baron Mowbray and Stour-  ton is the present reigning representative. They were a turbulent  lot, too, in times past, and so many  of them have lost their heads for  political offences that the fact of  one among them���the eighth Baron  it was���having been hanged for  murder standB out even more prominently than it probably otherwise  would do.  The victims were two yeomen  farmers named Hartgill, father and  son, who together took a prominent  part in resisting the encroachments  of their powerful neighbor. Lord  Stourton, on the common lands of  the pariah of Kilmington, Wiltshire,  wherein they all resuled.  The Hartgills fought the baron in  the courts of law, and won; whereupon his lordship gathered together  an armed band of his servants and  retainers, wont and seized the two  unfortunate farmers in broad daylight.  They hurried off, bound and helpless, to Stourton House, and there  beaten to death with bludgeons,  Lord Stourton looking on .approvingly, and remarking:, in answer  to ono ofthe actual murdorora, that  ho would soo that "they ehould no  moro bo called to account for it  thun if thoy had killed two sheep."  In thia ho was mistaken, however,  for both ho and thoy woro called  very sharply to uccount for it; nor  could all hia lordahip'B influence  tmvc thorn or himself from the fate  which ho, at all ovonta had richly  merited. His retainers wove gibbeted near tho acono of tlieir orimo.  Lord Stourton waa hanged at Salisbury and buried within tho cathedral, tho ailkon ropo which did duty  at hia execution being Biiapondod  abovo hia tomb.  Frank S. Barnard, a Well Known Conser=  vative, Urges Unity.  Geo.  THE CANDIDATES   FOR NOMINATION  Many   Old   Legislators  in the  Field and Others Will Drop Out���The House  Will Dissolve on June I6th and the Elections Expected  to Take Place in October.  Lust wook, tho Providence Mining  company paid Wm.Fowlor $12,500,  tho' final inetullmont of tho pur-  ohaBO prioo for tho Providence mino.  Tho papers woro takon out of oporow  and thoproporty logally transferred  to tho mining company. Tho incident concludea another chapter  in tho history of a mine wh oh Iuih  established an en viable record  among the high grade mining proportion of the world and which will  from all indication!!, mako rich  thoso men who had ooi.lhlonco in  tho meritti of tho property and Iho  courage to invest their monoy in its  purchase.  The following communication  appeared in a recent issue of the  Victoria Colonist. It is of more  than usual interest at the present  time:  "Sir,���Knowing that you have  been a consistent advocate of what  is commonly termed "party lines,"  and that you are a loyal Conservative, I am surprised to find your  leading articles 6ihce the change of  government of a tenor calculated to  sow seeds of discord in Conservative  ranks.  "Force of circumstances has  placed Mr. McBride in a position  where, without disloyalty to his  recent Liberal associates in opposition, he has been enabled to take a  step to advance the welfare of this  province by carrying to victory the  Conservative banner. All staunch  party men will appreciate the manly  stand he has taken, when, if personal ends only were to be served, he  might have formed another hybrid  government, and thus held on to  office for two or more yeara, instead  of responding, as ho has done to  the wishes of tho people and appealing to the electorate. You must be  aware that if he had so desired, Mr.  Richard McBride could havo been  chosen leader of the Conservative  party at the Revelstoke convention.  A feeling of duly to his Liberal followers in tho opposition party  proraptod him to dcclino to havo  his name brought beforo tho convention in that connection.  "Forco of circumstances also  might havo placed, and vory nearly  did place, Coloyol Prior in a poni-  tion to likowihO forward tho inter-  oatfl ol our party. Had tho Lieut.  Governor granted him dissolution  ho would havo acted precisely aa  Mr. MoBrido has done, in which  caso, I a*k, wouldn't you havo  urged all Conservatives to rally to  hia support? I am sura you would,  and moreover, I am oortain that all  of uq would havo responded to your  call.  "Lot ua therefore not forgot personal disappointments and consider tho welfare of our province, which  ia involved in tho success or failuro  of our party at tho polls."  "Tt not surprising to find tho  Grit organ whioh bo recently was  fulsome in ita pro boa of MoHsra.  MoBrido and MoPhillipp, now turning ita vonomoua fangs on thorn for  thoir party loyality. Hut, to put it  mildly, it is disappointing to find  the Conservative organ disponed to  provoko bitterness and joaloUHica  among Conservatives. Lot us pro-  Bonl a united front when we meet  the malignants at tho polls. Lot  every true Conservative proparo to  follow  tho leadership of Mr.  Mc  Bride, until he has proved himself  unworthy, just as we would have  done had the mantle fallen upon  the shoulders of Colonel Prior or  Mr. Helmcken, or any other good  Conservative."  "F. S. Bahnard."  Things are still moving in politics. Dissolution is announcedrto  take place on the 16th of this month.  This decision was reached last  Tuesday evening at a meeting of  the executive after the Bwearing in  of Charles Wilson as president of  the  council.  The intention of the government  is to bring on the election as soon  as possible after that date, allowing  the necessary time to intervene for  the preparation of the lists, etc.  The preparation of the lists will, it  is thought, take about three months.  Premier McBride, however hopes to  accomplish it in a little shorter  time. As little can be done in the  way of preparing for the fight in  tbe various constituencies until the  new lists have been prepared, it is  not likely that the election can take  place until the ond of Ootober or  during November.  ticket, but it is absolutely certain  that Joseph Martin will be one of  the candidates. Hugh Gilmour  will not offer himself for re-election.  Dales    Explains   it   to  the Commission.  AN    EXPFRT    TESTIFIES  His Theory of Restitution, not Confiscation���Equality   of  Remuneration.  Mr. Fulton, of Kamloops will  again run; and may be opposed by  Mr. Deane, of Nelson. There is a  general feeling at Kamloops that  Mr. Deane would make the strongest run of any  Liberal  mentioned.  Before the Royal Labor Commission, at Vancouver last Wednesday, George Dales was examined as  to the principles of Socialism. In  answer to the Chief Justice, the  witness said, that Socialism was international in application and he  did not think one nation could  adopt its principles and do business  with other nations not conducted  under Socialistic ideas.  ' In regard to the public ownership of utilities, Mr. Dale,stated  he was in favor of government  | ownership.  The Chief Justice pointed out  that the Intercolonial Railway of  Canada is owned and admihistered  by the Government.  Witness  replied   that  although  case,  it was  Joseph Hunter will not again  offer himself for Cariboo, his private  business demanding too much of  his time.  adian Pacific Railway were" expro^  priated without the owners' being*  in any manner recompensed. The  Chief Justice pointed out that there  are in Holland a number of people  of small means owning C. P. R.  stock, and asked if it would ba just  to deprive them of that stock without remuneration. Witness thought  it would be all right to do so.  Chief Justice Hunter���Then I  gather that a contract is a small  matter to a Socialist. I gather that  not much faith is to be put upon  the contracts of Socialists, and it is  somewhat remarkable that in the  case of unions with Socialistic tendencies it is difficult to get them to  stand by contracts, Mr. Dale. I  merely wish to get your ideas aB a  representative Socialist.  Mr. Dale did not agree with the  Chief Justice that the word of a  Socialist was not0 as good aa that of  any other person. The applicaion  of socialistic principles might be  looked upon by the capitalist as a  breach of contract.   ���    ji   3 ai -  The Revelstoke lacrosse team will  play with Nelson next Friday at  the recreation grounds.  The presence of the Westminster  lacrosse team at the celebration will  add greatly to its success.  There were 998,999 tons of ore  mined in the province of British  Columbia last year as compared  with 920,416 the year before.  Smith Curtis may run for  constituency which takes in  Similkameen.  tbe  the  Hon. Robort F. Green has taken  over, aa a temporary arrangement,  the direction of tho departments of  Education and Agriculture.  Charles Semlin will again be a  candidate in what is left of his old  constituency.  That once proud champion of the  people, J. M. Kellie, of Revelstoke,  is Baid to have consented to again  enter the political arena. This  time he will appear as the champion  of the Liberals.  Nelson politicians are meeting  on the highways, byways and street  corners, those days.  With tho approach of tho olec-  tionp, interest in tho election of candidates ia aroused. A mooting will bo  held for organization purposes will  bo hold by  Victoria Conservatives  on  tho ovoning of tho 18th.   Tho  Liborals of tho capital city  havo  already hold a mooting, and a vigorous campaign ia in Bight,   Among  tho   Consorvatlvos   mentioned   in  connection  with tho   nomination  aro:   Hon. A.  K. Phillips, 11, D.  Helmcken, K.  C, Col. Prior, and  ex'Mayor Hay ward.   Tho Liboral  ticket will ho chosen from among  tho following:     Dr.   Lewis Hall,  JamoB D.  McNlvon, John  Ploroy,  Major   Niohollos,   Aid.   Oomoron,  Aid. Stewart, R. L.  Drury, Capt.  Cox and Mayor MoCandloss.  Tho Conaervativo ticket in Vancouver will ho difi'oront from what  it waa tho last timo. Capt. Tatlow  in certain to run, but Mr. Gardon  haa absolutely refused to again on-  gago in tho content. Charles Wil-  uon, K. C, will in all probability  run for a float in Cariboo. There  wan Homo talk of Carter-Cotton on-  toring tho raoe, but his friends in-  olino to tho belief, that, ho will  keep out of Iho oontout. Tho Liberals havo not yot discussed thoir  C. E. Smithoringalo, of tho Slocan  Drill, is a prospective candidate for  the Slocan district in tho Consora-  tivo interest.  Somo of tho provincial depart-  monta chango heads with tho rapidity of a Fronoh Ministry. Tho  lion. Robert Grcon,of Kaelo, iB tho  tenth Minister of Education in tho  last five years.  Dennis Murphy will probably  run against Semlin in West  Yalo, Mr. Murphy's name will  atill bo Donnis.  In aovoral constituencies it is reported lhat tho Liboral party is experiencing somo difiloulty in finding acceptable and accepting can-  didatof for tho Legislature. On tho  othor hand, tho Consorvativoa in  somo constituonoios havo candidates to burn.  Yoatorday's thunder storm had a  vory pleasing result in tho cooling  und freshening of tho atmosphere.  It woro a consummation dovoutly  to bo wished that nomo similar  phenomenon, natural or othor,  could do tho samo for tho political  atmosphoro, which is also rather  hot and sultry.  such was the case, it was conducted much as are other railway lines of this country, and  paid interest on money borrowed.  In the event of expropriation of the  lines and business of the C. P. R.  for instance, Mr. Dales would advocate the repudiation of the interest.  Chief Justice Hunter���Then one  of your doctrines is confiscation?  Witness���No restitution,  Mr. Dales then went on to explain that the railway having been  built from the wealth produced by  the people, it must necessarily belong to the people and the taking of  it over without recompense to its  present owners would not bo wrongful aB thoy never had any right to  ownership except under the laws of  tho capitalistic domination of the  day.  Tho Chief Justice drew witness  around to equitable distribution of  production again.  Chief Justice Hunter���Do you  moan to say that all mon should  live in tho samo kind of a shock,  uso tho samo kind of bod, and  oporato tho Bamo toothbrush?  Witness���By no moans. Varioly  is ono of tho things wo especially  aim to socuro to tho workorB.  Chiof JuBtico Hunter-���Thon  would ono man bo allowed to livo  in a $5000 houso and anolhei man  in a $500 houso?  Witnofls���Yos; somo mon could  apond thoir incomo and othor8  could accumulate it.  Ohiof Jaatico Hunter���What  would you do with tho man who  would not work?  Witness���Ho would bo looked  upon aa inBano. Undor our system  mon would havo to work to livo.  Mon would bo spurred lo work by  tho idea that thoy woro benefiting  sooioty.  In answer to Commissioner Rowe,  witness atatod that ho considered  mon might turn to Socialism because of disappointment in not  boing ablo to attain that which  thoir hoart desired, but ho thought  vvith Mr. Rowe that it would bo  bottor to appoal to men's intolli-  gonco than to thoir animosities.  To Ohiof Justico Hunter witness  staled that ho would not consider  A branch of the Knights of the  Golden Horseshoe .has been organized in Nelson. This society has a  large membership at the coast.  With the change in government  there is a great influx of editors at  the coast, merely to show the new  government how to run things.  Madame Vernon's dramatic company is billed to appear at the  Nelson Opear for two nights next  week, beginning Monday, Juno  15th,  The New Denver Ledge points  out that while the Slocan camp is  lying dead because of exorbitant  smelter charges and bad tariff laws,  the silver-lead camp across the line  the Coeur d'Alenes, is experiencing  the greatest prosperity.  On account of tho chronic indisposition of the corporation watering  cart, Bome of the local delivery  wagons are succeeding in "raising  tho dust," uo doubt to tho comfort  and delight of podestiians and possibly to tho onvy of their owners.  In tho regatta today four crews  compote, stroked respectively by  MoHsra. Winter, Mnson, Wraggo  and Jofso. ThoBo familiar with tho  form of tho crow expect a victory  for Jobbc. A. M. Johnson will ho  Btartor and IT. K. Croafldailo judgo  at tho finish.  Thoro should bo a largo attendance at tho opera houso this ovoning, w hon J. M. McCloekoy gives  his entertainment. McCloskey lost  both eyes by an explosion at tho  Knob Hill mino, Phoonix, ono yoar  ago, and inBlond of bocoming a dependant has takon this moans of  supporting himaolf. Thoso who  havo hoard him say his entertain-  monts aro roally onjoyablo. Everybody go.  Rosidonta on Vernon stroot woro  promised by tho " straight ticket"  oandidatos that that important  thoroughfaro would bo materially  improved during tho ouaiont yoar.  Thoy have beon greatly delighted  by an important stop towards tho  fulfillment of this plan. Tho street  is in such good condition now that  tho owners of  thoroughbred  bron  chos havo appropriated it as a train-  any injunlico worked if tho Can-i in g courso for tho Kootonay Dorby,  -a        r  t*MUMtUk.-*u��bl/~_.  -. 1 r  '    ,-i  i *  .1    .  ii  F    1  <,!/'  , ff-  ,>\y-  M,  -1,'-  ;���"T  ������"��� tf ft'-   (...', /',' -B  -iSiL  -   't��  rfllTS....,,,  >"  ^���^   >-      ���  ^ ..   ���^">^'n_irt -W'mgiwi  Ar.,<  hs5|M!hjp  THE   NELSON   ECONOMIST  The Nelson  Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon at  Vfbsos Street, JTei_sox, b. C.  $1.00 Per Year Strictly in Advance  Advertising rates made kuown on application.  .   Address all communications. "Publisher of This Kelson  Kcokomist, Nelson, 15. C."  NOTICE.  All changes in advertisements to  iusure insertion should reach this  office not later than Thursday at  12 o'clock.  0  ��  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  Like many long-deeired things, party government, now attained, does not look so roEeate  when near as prophetic painters depicted it.  In a comedy that delighted us some years ago  we were told that  "Every little child alive  Is either a little Liberal,  Or a little Conservative."  So we learn now, some of us with extreme  surprise, that our little legislators whom we  had not suspected of any principles, political  or other, are all stanch members of one or the  other party, and we shall probably be invited  to re-elect most of theee honorable and intelligent gentlemen. For five years the province  has stagnated under two legislatures of nearly  the same personnel ; the people generally are  disposed to exonerate few if any of the mem-  hers from blame for stupid and self-seeking  legislation. It is somewhat distracting to be  asked to accept the same men now, who, we  must aseume, have completely changed their  natures by the easy process of renaming  themselves Conservatives or Liberals.  The Economist, unlike some of its esteemed  contemporaries, is not in the habit of swallowing its words.    We have condemned many .of  the present members  of  the Legislature  and  declared them unfit for such .-positions.    We  cannot  change   our   opinions   as rapidly as  thesejjentlemen change their colors.    An anarchist and demagogue is Btill the same to us  whatever organization  he  may  temporarily  join.   We shall, invtho future as in  the past,  advocate Conservative principles and vigorous  development of our country's resources in accordance   therewith,   but    we   refrain   from  pledging ourselves to endorse every candidate  for office who calls himself a Conservative.  The future of tho party in British Columbia  'depends largely on. tho wisdom, of tho rank  and file at the present juncture. We cannot  u fford to burden ourselves with mon of un-  Bavnry political record and self-Booking aims  and dangerous and disreputable methods.  Nelson Liberals did not nominate a candidate on Wednosdr.y night, but a committoo of  twenty was appointed lo select a suitable  man. The Liberals appear to havo somo dif-  ilcully in scouring a candidate, tho slrongoat  mon in tho party feeling that thoy oannot. afford to malco tho sacrifice of time domanded by  duo attention to legislative dutiuc. Tho Conservatives believe thero should bo no hesitation on this score-���lhat a Liberal can offor  himself with (ho fullest confldonco that ho  will never got enough votes to place him in a  position whoro tho Bnori'flcocomplained of will  bodoemod obligatory.  If thoro bo nny truth in tho rumors lhat aro  boing circulated from tho provincial capital  thcHO days, tho politioinns aro having troubles  of their own. There aro reports of  combinations between leading CoiiHcrvalives  nnd loading Liberals, but hy far tho most bo-  riouB charge is tho suggestion that tho Conservatives havo traitora in thoir ranks. In  proof of this assertion, it in i.onlt lulud thut ono  of tho loaders of tho Liberal party has a thorough knowledge of tho Consoavative plan of  campaign and is now in possession of tlm  secrets of tho parly. Indeed, tho report goes  furthor, and IuuIb that tho louder referred to  mil not only direct Iho campaign for his own  party, but also lends   a helping hand to  the  Conservatives in carrying  out  the  details of  the contest.    Of course these charges must be  taken with a liberal discount,   but there   are  many suspicious circumstances in  connection  with the relationship believed to exist between  certain prominent Liberals and   less   prominent-Conservatives.  It is announced that the Legislature will be  dissolved on the 16th, and in the natural  course of events the elections may be expected  lo take place within the next three or four  months. Already candidates are springing  up all over the province, and the contest will  undoubtedly be stubbornly fought from start  to finish. The Conservatives have started  with a decided advantage, but whether they  will be able to maintain tlieir lead, depends  entirely upon the class of men that are placed  in the field. Very many voters will refrain  from pledging themselves to either party un-  *il they know all about the qualifications of the  men seeking election. Nearl}' all admit that  party government is desirable at the present  time in British Columbia, but the fact lhat a  party cannot be greater than the elements of  which it is constructed will be constantly  borne in mind by a large number of voters.  The demand is for the best men on both sides  and the cold shoulder to the grafters.  Scientific research fails to record a parallel to the wonderful case of Cap. Sullivan,  who was examined last week in Toronto with  regard to timbbr limits which he had bought  from the Ontario Government for $250, and  sold for $9,000. The old mariner could not  remember anything except what was favorable  to his employees.  If Mr. McBride would be well advised he  should clean out the traitors, even if he had  to start political life over again.  Three or four years ago, the city of Nelson  invested in an expensive road-making plant.  It was the boast of certain members of the  present council when lhey were running for  office that this plant would b3 put into operation early in tbe year. Has this promise  been carried out ?  Mr. Lennie is receiving offers of support  from all quarters. A careful analysis of the  situation induces the belief that he can carry  the day against all-comers.  Everything points to a successful coleb<:tion  in Nelson of Canada's natal day. The committees report grfttityinB success, and are  working hard to bring about an enjoyable celebration.  If tho amount of travel can bo taken as a  safe indication of timep, Nolson may bo regarded as boing in a prosperous condition.  Tho hotels aro all crowded, and thoro seems to  bo a gonornl rovival in husinoss all round.  Thoro appears to bo a feeling on tho part of  a numbor of Victoria Conservatives to sulk bo-  cauBO Mr. McBrido accepted tho task of forming a Govommont. Even tho Colonist, whioh  has heen regarded us moro or loss Consorvativo  for years, refrains altogether from discussing  tho political situation. Tho Colonist has  novor boon vory certain of its political ground,  and sinco it has become tho inspired organ of  tho very worst elemont in tho Consorvativo  party, its courso is growing moro and moro  erratic. Tho oircumstanoos undor which Mr.  MoBrido bcoamo promior in no way provoB  that ho was an ofiico-sookor, and his  record has shown that ho was willing to  cast ofllco asido whon it camo to a question  of upholding a prinoiplo, as ho did whon ho  rosignod tho portfolio of mines. Somo of tho  men who aro now trying to knifo MoBrido  woro roady at any timo to throw nsido ovory  prinoiplo thoy ovor advocated to gorge thoni-  solvos on the crumbs that foil from tho Dunsmuir table.  Ah illustrating tho thoroughly iiuiomprn-  honsiblo methods of nomo politicanH, it is stated that u certain up-country mombor who in  looking for a Consorvativo nomination recently attended a mooting of Liberals nt Vancouver,  THE PROVINCIAL PRESS.  Kootenay Mail.  We hope to see a renewed effort made to  provide Revelstoke with a public library. The  city council has generously provided a building for the purpose, and the citizens should  meet and appoint a committee to take in  hand the organization of that institution.  Cranbrook Herald.  There is a feeling in Moyie that J. C. Drewery might come to this district to enter politics as a candidate for the House. If J. C. is  wise he will not sacrifice himself this year on  the altar of patriotism for the sake of Southeast Kootenay. The people of this district  have political babies of their own.  Kamloops Standard.  With regard to Mr. McBride, we are glad to  see he has resisted the temptation to carry on  a mongrel government, by the grace of Martin, Curtis and Oliver. He has thrown in his  lot equarelv and fairly with party lines, and  will doubtless keep to his pledges at the Revelstoke convention. It is a source of pride to  us all that the first native son ever called  upon to form a government in this province  shoald be a Conservative, for as history shows  U3 the strength of a movement, as of a country, lies in the young men.  Limited  SeasonableGoods  We are now showing a full range  of the following seasonable goods :  WALL PAPER  Trail Creek News.  The enormous deposits of zinc ore which  have been discovered in British Columbia  promise to bring the province to the front as  a producer of this article of commerce, as it is  now one of the largest producers of the precious metals. The question of cheap reduction of the ore is then a matter of importance  , to the mine-owners of this province and they  will accordingly be interested in the reports  regarding Dr. DeLaval's success in this respect. Experts in metallurgy are now satisfied that Dr. DeLaval has succeeded in producing zinc from zinc ore by electricity.  You're right, they are perfect  beauties and as cheap as if they  were ugly ; we show colorings you  like in almost any design you ma}'  fancy. Whether you're paper is a  success this year depends largely on  where the paper comes from. We  j are the people to get it from. We  have the paper ; you need it; we  want to sell it; the price is right.  That about makes a bargain,  doesn't it ?  Phoenix Pioneer.  There is no small amount of similarity between James Dunsmuir and Lord Penrhyn, of  Wales, who had an extended strike on his  hands���lasting so far for some three years.  Both object to their men joining unions of any  kind. Both claimed to own; the mines they  had been working, and that they could do as  they pleased with them. In the wake of Lord.  Penrhyn's obstinacy has followed untold misery and want, and the same may be the result  at the Vancouuor coal mfnes. , In the Penrhyn  case, conditions havo become so acute that  tho government is almost ready to interfere.  Mr. DnnBmuir might do well to take warning.  Now Westminster Columbian.  If Col. Prior and other Viotoria  Conservatives had been in tho place where impulse and  honesty first  set them, supporting  Mr. McBride in his opposition to lhe Dunsmuir-M'ar-  tin  combination, instead  of   ranging  thorn-  selvos with politicians  whom  thoy despised,  how muoh botter it would havo beon for them  to-day, and how muoh hotter for tho political,  party whom thoy would fain  roprosont 1    Instead of vainly reproaching Mr. MoBrido now,  for  Iho   isolation thoir   own  acts  havo produced, tho Viotoria Conservatives should follow  tho example eot by tho lately differing |  Liberals, and  by loyal aorvioo in  tho ranks,  work thoir way to tho promotion whioh in political warfare is suro to follow display of conspicuous morit.  Cameras and  meras,    at  prices.   '  All the necessary supplies for printing, developing and mounting.  Our New Stock of  .1. is now complete and of the most beautiful coloring and designs. J#  �� It will pay you to call and see our goods. Our prices will suit the T  *f   times.    Picture Framing and Room Mouldings. T  i F. J. Bradley & Co.J  V Buker Street, opposite Lawrence Hardware Co.  I  Lands for Sale  Kootenay Valleys Co., Limited.  T. G. PROCTER, MANAGER, NELSON, B.C-  Farms from 8o acres upwards, well watered and timbered. Adjacent to good markets at Cranbrook, Fort Steele, Elko, Fernie, Morris-  sey, etc.  The well known prairie ground ou the Kootenay River, near Fort  Steele, is being subdivided and is especially suitable for Fruit, Vegetables, Hay aud Oats, with good range for cattle adjoining.  Some fine Stock Ranches on the Kootenay and Elk Rivers. Lines  of Great Northern and Crow's Nest Railway within a few miles.  Terms���One-fifth down.    Balance in four years at 6 per cent.  Also excellent Fruit 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.  EFERGUSON&CO..  SOLE AGENTS  r Dawson's Perfection Scotch  I EXTRA SPECIAL  J This whiskey will please connoisseurs. It is a high grade well-  Y matured spirit of excellent bouquet and except for age, is the same  '{"quality as Dawson's Old Curio (Over 20 years old).  lSEli^!oBcEH^ivAR E. Ferguson & Co., Nelson, B. C.  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Hazelwood Ice Cream  McDonald's Confectionery  Baker Street, Nelson  E.  "K". STRAGHAN  Plumber and Gasfitter  Estimates Given  on General Plumbing,  Sewer Connections, Etc.  Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  JUST ARRIVED  1  Eastman Kodaks &. Cameras  In land Bonl.lnol.  It now IooIcb uh though tho echo mo to establish     a    first-olaflB     oollogo   in   Katnloopa  for    instruoiion     in   tho    higher   branches  of   education   will   bo roalizod.    Thoro   was  no    uncortuin     sound     about     tho    opinions voicod at tho mooting  tho othor night,  whon tho matter was fully disouHBod.   Thoro  is not likely to'bo any dilllculty in raising tho  required amount of capital, nnd, onco established, tho institution will bo self-supporting  from   tho   commencement.     Thoro   must bo  many rosidonts in tho country districts  who  will not only bo willing lo send their children  and pay tho fees, and thus assist in maintaining tho school, hut aro able and willing to assist in its establishment  by   becoming shareholders, and, tho opportunity  to do so should  lio givon them.    Thin will, no doubt, receivo  tho -attention of tho provisional dircolora.        ;  Sp  From $1 to $75, Films for every  size of Kodak, nnd nil Kodak nc-  cessorica including developing inn-  chines.  Ofthe Latest Fashions  Hootuli TwourlH, l,iim!Hl|{lolBlnitl.(!..n.i,,  and llulwarp Nowh.    A Hud lino or."  I'lllll lM��H 1)1' IllNOHl. Hlj'k'H.  I'rleoH to Hull, tlio tlinnh,  Uull and huh Ilium.  lohn Smallwood  MERCHANT TAILOR  Ward St., next new P. O. Bldg., Nelson  Fresh   Garden, Field nnd   Flower  SRuuu      Bum      H H **hmm  L-ELlJO  in bulk nt Toronto Prices.  Sewing Machines and Pianos  For Rent and for Sale  Old Curiosity Shop, Josephine Sf, Nelson  Notice To Delinquent Co-Cwntr  TofioorK<> Nowoll orto whotiiHoovorlic. mny  huvo tnniHforrod IiIh Intonmt In tlio "Nnwull.''"  "Knhhor Kliiic," "Xnniarnclc"ni)d ���'A1111I0��."'  Mineral CIhIiiih, hIIuiiIo on Whito (Irouio-  Mountain, (lout Klvor Mlnlnir DIvIhIoii of  WuKt Kootonay DlHtrlot.  You aro horoby notified Hint, wo liuvo ox-  noudod I'or unHUHHinont, worlc und rooordlnc  Iooh on tho uhovo numod Mlnoral oliilinn for  tlm liitHt, tnroo yonrH tho Hum or Twolvo Hun-  clrml mul Thirty (81'.!'.U>) l.ollnrH, In ordor to  hold tho mild olulmH undor tho nrovlHlonn of  Iho Mlnoral Act,, and If within ninoty duya  IVom I ho dato ofthlN not loo you full or rotoHo  to oon'.rlbuto your proportion of Huohoxpon.  dlt.urcH loKntlior with UiooohIh of nilviirtlulnvr,  your Intori.fit, In mild mlnoral oIiiIiiih will hi��.  ooiiki Iho property orthomihHorlhorH undor  Iho provlNloiiH 01'Hootlon four ol thu ''Mlnoral  Aol, Amcindnwnt, Aot. 11X10,"  Dutod at Nolnon, ll, u. th Ih '..7th day of March,  100:1.  , Mi.airHirrmciu.ANii  .ToilN AVTON OlllHON  11. II. NUM.  UlIAlir.KH It, IIOI.MKH,  mmmm.  Excursion Rates East  .T-cinol, f5,21 toitotli. July in,id,  Aii��u��t 2fl, an.  Notice To Delinquent Co-Owner,  To Pun I'lilmoror to nny iiorm.n or por- I  xotiM to whom ho may havo lnin.,,,uTml hiu '  IntorcHl, In tho "Alvoi'Mlono" mid "I'lliri'lm"  mlnoral olulimi, hIIuuIo on Iho Mvldn ol Mini ,  nnd 11) ormiliH,NoIhoii MIiiIiik DIvIhIoii of Wont, 1  Kontonuy :  Vou und onoh nfyouurohorchy nol.lllodl.lmi,  I havo oxpondod two hundivd iIoIIiii'h In,  liihour   and  ImprovomoiilN upon tho nliovoi  Krotu Nolnon, HoHHlui)d,Trnlltn  MM'uul, MlnnoivpollH,Duluth W*M  KnnmiN   (lll,y , (12,1.1)  oiiloaiio eiui.mt  Toronto *(n,��(.  Montrcii.1, Now Yorlc JlOVi.BO  montlonod mlnoral olulm In oi'dor to linliti  imld mlnoral olulm undor Ilio iu'ovIhIoiim 01"  tho :Mlnoral Aol, and If wllliln III) duy.i fronn  I lio iliilo nf IIiIh notion,yon full or oI'iino Iih  oonfrllmlo your proportion of hiioIi on|iiiiii||-  111 rn toKolhor with all contn of iidvi'illnlnu,  your lutoroHt In iiuld olalm will lioooino tnci  nronorly of tho mihHorlhor, undor Hootloni'  i 0(1111 Aot, onlll loil "An Aol. touinciid II111  Mlnoral Aot, U1J0." ,\  UATllMHINICr DlCMAIMte  Dntoil Hil.Jl.1li day uf lOolmmry, I'MX  Corr2Hpond'nK ruton to nil  Eastern Points  I'Ynm allHIullollH,  TlolcotH iivnlliililo via 1 .nlco Houto, lnolud--  hi|( iiioiiIh and liorlhu.  I'' or Ilino tnliloH and all Information, apply '  lo local 111E011I11, or to  jr.H.OAUTKU,  Dliil.l'ixiiu. Ajjt.,  Nttlttou.  K. J. VOYI.K.  A. o. r.A.  Vancouver  ��v#^,WTsww(^ww*tT**w!gIH��'^l^^  ��,^WF��^.*,rw^��w.��^..ww.��^,s0**OTwH*'^H**w^,^!����m^,w'^^  m.fWwWftmypjawa.fli.s^ia.^.J.i,  -,��,���-  11       ' Inn ,    1   ,,     ,,    i " if   '    �� in ���J3-.   ���  ..kin.. ���nTrii.^in  ���--Himi im ta r  tft  1 ��fV-  r,��Biiiilw>ii��_i>tafllii  ��� iiJTifflfrjrrtitr ll^iiiifSrwMA i  0% T       *      \- '  Jtt_tfi11<Iilrl*    TBMH-rtBWillaliti^tltlllflTMrfllllriffi  ^��n^leM^^g��rf..^-ri-^��.i��.. *��w^?-��...<���. �� ,h,t-yi,..y. .,..^^..i*>-..^ln.._.f   m^jw.    ...) ^  ^ xkjk  -����~,  THE   NELSON    ECONOMIST  fttf  1   it    l1  ODDS AND ENDS.  One View of a Mo-t Point.  It may be said that tho little -word  "my" placed beforo tho word "dear"  has a significance of it3 own. "When  used between the ladies thus, "My deai  Mrs. A.," it ia to devote an extra  amount of cordiality and friendliness,  and again when a gentleman so writea  to a lady of his acquaintance it has the  same reading. On tlie other hand, "My  dear Mr. B." is seldom or never written by ladies to their den acquaintances,  "Dear Mr. B." being, considered sufficiently affectionate. Elderly ladies,  however, aro outsido of this rule and  writo "My dear Mr. B." to men whom  they have known as boys.���Philadelphia North American.  Unavailing Prayer.  o Thoodore F. Seward, tho organizer  of the Don't Worry clubs, tells a good  story of a little boy who had reached  tho multiplication table in tho course of  his education. One night he was sitting  anxiously over a papor of figures, whon  his mother camo along? and said, " John-  nio, do you find your urithmetio very  hard?" "Yes, indeed, in��.mma, I do,"  was his reply. "It waa so awful hard  that I prayed to God to help me, but  fee's mads  threo  mistakes already.''�����_  Pain and Payn.  Barry Pain relates that he once eon*  tho late James Payn a series of parodies  for Oornhill. Payn accepted them, but  there was a difficulty. One of them was  a. parody of an author, X., who was ��  personal friend of Payn's and a very  sensitive man, who would aot tako tho  sincerfcirt form of flattery In the spirit  in which it was offered. Now, it happens that there is a considerable resemblance between the style of X. and that  of another author of tho same school, Y.  Payn suggested that Pain should taka  out X. 'a name from the title of tho paro  dy and substitute that of the school of  notion to which he belonged. "Then,"  he said, "X. will think that it's meant  forY."  "But," Pain asked, ' 'what about Y. ?"  "That's all   right,"   he   answered.  "Y. will know that it's meant for X."  A Haunted Railroad Car.  Every one has heard of haunted houses,  but the railroad men know there ara  haunted cars as well. For instance, on  the L. and N. there is a caboose known  as "1908" which carries on in the most  supernatural manner. What do you b&j  to a caboose that suddenly begins to  shake and shiver like a man with tha  ague, and this, too, when it is standing  alone on tho track? My informant sol  smnly asserted also that "1908" is subject to attacks of hysteria. It jumps up  and down without the slightest provocation. He says it did the most remarkable thing, however, one day near Richmond. It was standing on a siding with  all brakes set. All at once it started and  ran up grade, over an embankment into  a field. -1 ..���������   -   -    ���   The Old Lndy'a DUcovery.  The Philadelphia Record tolls this  story of tho lato President William H.  Allen of Girard oollogo: On ono ocoa-  jsion a business matter called Mr. Allon  to a small town in tho central part of  tho stato. Whilo sitting in the parlor of  the country hotol in tho evening after  transacting his businoss he was taken  in hand by tho wife of tho proprietor,  who was oxtremoly inquisitive and  ���wanted to know all about hia private  affairs. Mr. Allen took it all in good  part and for a timo was rather amused.  Finally sho asked, "Havo you go* much  Of a family?"  "Oh, yes," said ho, and ho smiled as  his mind rovortod to hia hundreds of  pupils.  "How many children?" nho persisted.  "Woll," Biiid Mr. Allon, with grefrt  earnostnosa, "I havo BOO and all boys!"  Tho good old lady waa speechless for  a moment. Then sho arose aud hurrying to tho door callod to hor husband:  "Oh, John! Come in horol Wo'vo got  Briahain Young Btoppin with us I"  'jtiio ncfrlgorntor.  In placing tho refrigerator boo that It is  5ut whoio it can bo woll lighted und  mined, novor allowing tho drain plpo to  connect with tho sower. A refrigerator In  bad condition Ih a menace to health. Onoo  a woolc at lonHb tako everything movable  from tho Interior, wash in hot roiiohiuIh,  yfjiBo with Hilda water, wlpo dry and put  aufojoorn in tho huh for an hour to dry,  WohIh j;lio refrigerator thoroughly lu the  #iuno vmy, UHlng a flexible wire for the  drain plpo u��d skewers for tlio comers ami  grooves.         _  Aaatmgo Ulna of Ohlldron.  ,     Tho average ohlld In  Its fourth yoni  t should bo ll foot high mul al��o wolgli more  \ than 08 pounds; In tho Hlxth year, ��W foot  vhl��h and weigh *!* pounds; lu thu eighth  year, 4 tofib in height and 60 pounds in  wolghtj at 111 yearn, 6 foot In lu\t<;+.i And  70 pounds In wolght In ft full" avorago,  Growth is vory Irregular In children and  young   pooplo   gonerally.     Porlmpfl   two  Inchon may bo gained la two months, und  for tho noxb ton months not ovor an Inoli,  txsa yj> to tho ouo of 10 or IS youru.���JSovr  IMnoo and W��r.  Ji. onrvoy of tho poworn of Enropo  ���hows that from tho beginning of tho  ,Hontury to tho oud of 1800 Turkey hutf  oxporloiiootl 117 yotu'H of war and  50 of  Ipojioo; Spain oonioH next witli ��1 yoam  of virnrandOS of pouoo; Franco with  07 youro of war and (10 of pouoo; Run-  ,HU\, 2-i yaimiof war and 73 of pouoo;  Xfcidy, 311 ycuu-fl of war and 7�� of pouoo |  ' JBiiRliind. 31 yoimi ot wur und 75 of  pouoo; AuHtviu-Hungavy, 17 and 70,  .Goi'innny (oxoIuhIvo of Primula), 111  nnd 8il; Swodon, 10 and 80; Portugal,  ' J3 and 84, and l)oiiniarlr, 0 und 87.  When The7 Are Mated by lottery.  It was a cynic who said that marriage is a lottery, but in the province  of Smolensk, in Russia, this aphorism  has been reduced to a quarterly fact,  for four times a year there is held the  most remarkable lottery ever devised.  i. charge of a ruble is made for a  ticket, only ono prize is to be drawn,  and tt consists of the entire sum yielded  by the ��ale of the tickets, amounting to  5,00& rubles. The lucky winner of tne  prize is bound to marry a certain damsel if he takes the 5,000 rubles.  Should he be married he is at liberty to  turn over the money and tho lady to  any friend whom he may wish to put  in for such a good thing. Should the  lady, however, refuse to marry tho winner they are allowed to divido tho rubles between them.  Cannibalism In Au����r��*ho.  While the authoress of "A flower  Hunter In Queensland" saw nothing  but choiin in the beauty of the tropical  forests, except as regarded the snakes  and the stinging insects and tho chance  of meeting a casual crocodile, she  found, alas, no good thing among the  Australian natives. It is strange to  think tbat they are cannibals still, even  close to our towns. At one place whore  Mrs. Rowan staid the natives had killed  and eaten a Chinaman only a few days  beforo her visit At another place "they  told me," she says, "that on that Tery  afternoon high revelry had been going  on in the native camp as they feasted  off the roasted remains of an old woman, who had been allowed, against their  usual custom, to die a natural death the  day before."  Nor are these savages pleasant neighbors. A settler at whose house Mrs.  Rowan staid at Somerset, Cape York������  the only houso for many miles in that  part of Queensland���can still arm a  hundred men, if necessary, and gun>  and pistols hang ca th* walls, ready  loaded in case of sudden attaok. This  gentleman gave the authoress some  Spanish dollars, cemented together with  coral, which had been recovered from  the wreck of a warship which early in  this century ran ashore on a reef nem  the coast and whose orew were killed  and eaten by the natives. Of such tragic  memories Mrs. Rowan heard even more  in New Zealand, where "almost every  hill is the site of an old pah. Every  mountain, headland, rock and island  has soma history of its own���some grim  tale of savage barbarity or pathetio story  of lovo and courage."  A Plant Sacred.  Tlio plant known as vervain, whicb  is not distinguished for its beauty and  which grows nowadays utterly disregarded, was so eacrad to tho Druids  that they only gathered. it for their  divinations when the great dog star  arose, in order that neither sun not  Baoon should see tho deed.  1 V��t��ii'niiii In Uon_.rn.iB.  '   It In IntoniHting to know j"��t ft* thin  timo that in tlm Uiillfld Stilton mmato  , thoro nro 13 nonntnrii who nnrvod In tlio  Union Winy and 13 who norvml |n tho  ,. Confederate army,   'J-'liovo aro 57 ropwj.  aontativou who norvod In thu Union army  jand U0 who nro Hx-Oonfydcriiitca.���ICaU* J water curtu hurrying npoufc.  E^tJjUar Journal.     ���  ._ - ' "        "''  A Loajt One.  A man well known in Stato ��tree\  circles found himself in front of what  he supposed was his Back Bay residence  late ono evening recently. Ho had a  groat many dollars' worth of w.ino under his waistcoat and eould not gain  entrance through tho medium of hia  latchkey. Becoming enraged, in a  drunkon fashion, ho kioked tho door,  broko the glass and nsod languago tbat  Is unfit for publication. Finally tho  door was opened, and the ownor of tho  houso, who is athletic and irascible,  proceeded to kick tho Stato street financier into tho middlo of tho street.  " Wazzer you���hie���moun���hie?" Inquired tho assaulted party indignantly  as ho sat upon tho ourbstono nnd hold  his throbbing brow with both hands.  "And what do you moan by trying to  break into my houao?" inquirod the  othor man.  "Your���hio���houso I" exclaimed the  Btnto stroot mun in bowildormont.  "How���hio���long���hash you lived���  Wc���bora?"  "Por four yoars," wua tho nnswor.  "Holy siiioko���hio I" oxcluiniod the  flnanoior. "Havo I���hio���boon drunk-  bio���us loii(_ as that?"���Boston Trav��  ���lor.  Fniolnntlnff M*ry fitunrt.  It would uuem iudood uh if yearn only  Added to tho ohnnn of cortiiin romarka-  bio womon. Mary Stuart was 47 at the  timo Hho was bohoiulod, yot Bho usod  hor IrroHiutlblo uowovh of fuHoination  through nil hor impriHoiiniontu und up  to tho very last uot of tho tragedy.  Frondo, lt Ih truo, liiHifitH on cortaiu uu-  roumntio dotnilu, huoIi an tho wearing  of a wig by tho qnoon on tho day of ox.  aoutlon, but what nro wigH when  wolghod iu tho balance with immortal  fAHoinutiou? It wan truo that Mary wai  no Bpoolttl fnvorlto with hor owu ��ox,  uor dooH ��ho nowadivyH iimpiro any dis-  iutoroNtod onthuHiuHin among women.  No; Mary Stuiirfc wan "iv nmn'u worn-  nu" both during hor lifo and ovorHlnoi  her donth, Tho army of hor muHoullne  ndmirorn in legion, nnd tho bookn thai  thoy hnvo writlon inTtor onuoo form ��  litoruturo In tliomunlvoH. Tho quoon ol  Boottt died young and fuHoliiuting nt 47,  nnd hIio will nhvnyH remain tho typo ol  otovimlly IrroHlHtiblo womuuhood.���13x-  ohiuiuo.  .1     ��� I .     II     I   - M'.'r  Exuot jufltloo in commonly moro mor��  elful in tho long run than pity, for it  lonrtii to foster lu mon Uioho Htvongor  inulltlofl which muko thorn good olti-  wnfl.-~LowolL   Mo Found the rlmlnic  Am AmitruHun farmor wli*  oontly liurnoil out  lug oortaln that his gruutflmil boon i'olo  nlouHly ignited, ofl'orod ��35 inward foi  tho diiicovory of tho porpotmtw and  pmployod traolcorH at groat oxponno,  Af tor ll. (ipniory examination thoy doeltl-  ��d thut iv wontiiu lnul mado tho iraokii,  and whon thoy had unoiuihod th" Hhoa  that iniulo thorn it wan found to liolanfl  io tlm furmor'H 17-yonr-old daughtor,  who, whon quoiitlonod, iidinlll.od thai  iiho had Htnrtod . tho flro "hooaiiHo nho  loved to hih> tho pooplo oxollod  and tlio  " Tho farm-  ��ur in uovar wllutl udwi to ��ar tho ��3B ro<  wan toon a luvgo iioulo, lio-  Tvara ana anotner ��25  expenses in connection with the trackers.  A Dancine Feat.  A wonderful feat in dancing ia recorded from Berlin. At a recent ball a  prize of a gold ring was offered to the  lady who waltzed the longest without  stopping. Twelve couples competed.  They began waltzing at 12:30 a. m. and  it was 5:45 a. 1*1. before the winner and  her partner stopped waltzing. By 2:30  five couples dropped out, and at 5:15  another lady fainted. Two more couplei  dropped out at 4 :45, and at 4:50 onlj  iwo couples remained on the floor.  A Compromise.  A missionary in British Guiana whe  haa recorded some of his experiences in  a book relates some curious instance!  of tho choice of names by negro parents.  Ho was once asked to baptize a child  "Seriatim ad Valorem," which would  certainly have been distinctive. "Whit,  ky Emmanuel" may be quoted as u triumph of compromise. ��� Westminstei  Gazetta-  FrlendsUlp For Friend*.  Tho dogs of Constantinople are the  scavenger* of the city. For this reason,  as well aa from innate humanity, tho  Turks are tolerant of them, although  visitors to tho city find them tuiamia-  ble. As a proof of their intelligence and  recognition of friends Major Johnson  relates this experience of his own:  One evening I was walking with an  English officer, when a dog came up and  licked his hand. He told mo to notice  that she would follow us to the boundary of her district, as he had onco petted  her and she had never forgotten it. Exactly as ho had said, she followed us a  little way and stopped short in the middle of tho street. Sho wagged her tail  and loofied wistfully after us, but did  not stir when��we called her.  A few nights afterward, returning  alone to my hotol, I passed tho same  spot, when I suddenly felt a cold nose  put into my hand and a tongue licking  my palm. I looked down and saw the  samo dog. She had recognized me as  having heen with her friend, the ofiicer,  and as before, she followed me to the  boundary of her district.  A Siamese Punishment.  Another "decreo of expulsion" has  been issued by the king of Siam, this  timo against one of his own officials,  Chow Pligh Rax, minister plenipotentiary, general adviser, etc., in which it  saidcthat "he shall be publicly stripped  of his Siamese honors,'' that he shall  then have his head shaved for tho better preservation of his health, and "that  ho Ghall be, after the expiration of seven  days, made to cut grass for the royal  elephants for the rest of his natural  life."���Advocate of India (Bombay).  Tho Queen's Four Lenvod Clover.  An amusing story of Queen Hortense,  daughter of tho Empress Josophine and  wifo of Louis Bonaparte, king of Holland, has lutoly been told. After her exile from Holland tho ox-queen sojourn-  od for ft timo in a modest habitation  near Coustanco, in Switzerland.  As hor health was broken down by  her troubles her physicians prescribed a  visit to the mountains of Appenzell,  nnd tho ox-queen, accompanied only by  a reader or fcmnlo companion and two  or threo servants, went to n rustio  neighborhood in tho hills. Thero sho  nnd her companion found nothing bettor to do than hunt for four loavod olovor nnd becamo quito oxcitod in tho  search.  "To loud tho mnttor intorcst," the  queen wrote in n lottor which has hoon  brought to light, "wo would asaumo  that each discovery of u four loavod clover hud somo prophotio significance.  Tho noxt ono, if found so and so, mount  that wo should return to Franco; another meant that I was to rocoivo n lot-  tor tho noxt day from my hou Louis,  and so on. In this innocent piistinio wo  found positively tho only oxoitomeut  thut watt open to us in thu place.  "But floon it wiih noiKocl nhrond  among tho ohlldron of tho neighborhood  that,wo woro continually hunting four  lcnYod olovor, and couKoquoutly, thoso  ohildron nrpuod, wo miiKt, want it very  much. Thon nil tho children and nomo  of tho grown pooplo woro out hunting  four leavod olovor, and hoou great  bunoliOH of it woro brought to uh, for  whioh wo had to show ouihoIvob very  gratoful.  "In another day onr only roMourco for  nmuRonionfc wiih gono, for thoso kind  but HupM'HorvUmnblo pooplo hud Hlrlp.  pod tho neighborhood for u mi lo around  of till ltd four louvud olovor."  No ICIovrut* Allowml ut a IMllllwry irnnnrM.  "Flowoi'H can play no part in n mill'  Siwy fuiioral, tho puIoh of uriny or naval  buviiilfl forbidding thorn," oxplainoil an  uriny ollloor to n roportor. "Whilo I  Wuh down at Ohiokaiiiaugn rooontly lb  wuh rumorod that ono of tho noldioru In  n ounip thoro hud diod, Indeed it wuh  ho printod in n looal pnpor. Tho romilfc  wuh that on tho following day n lurgo  quantity of (loworn woro Honfc hy Hympn*  thotio ludioH mid nthovn with n request  thai: thoy Hhould bo pluootl on tho oollln  of tho (load Koldlor, Now, tlio fnot wuh  thnt no Holdlov hud diod ami tho olTlooro  hud tho llowuvH Hont to tholv quuvtorfl.  If thoro woro a duiith In tho ounip, tho  Howovh oould not bo uwid, for thoy uro  not inillliiry In nny hoiiho, Tho only  thing allowed on tho cofiln of n Holdior  or Hailor Ih a (lug, That Iuih boon dooid-  od to bo diiooi'iiliou onoiigh, and among  mllilary num I. huvo novor hoard tho  HllghloHt objection to tho oiiNtom, which  Iuih ahvayn   prevailed. "~VVaijhlngtou  CUuu  Jl "We are -watch, people first of all.   We make watches our great specialty.   "We are in fact Tmrver-  H sal watch, providers.    We boast of the most comprehensive stock and promptest service.   Onr pat-  X ronage proves onr pre eminence in the retail watch, trade.   Once a patron, always a patron.  Jl Buying watches in the quantity that we do, we are enabled to secure discounts impossible to the  X small dealer, and we turn them over to you at a corresponding reduction in price.  ~v  Jewelers and Engravers  ���TSTelsoii  Hossla/iicL  Trail  '���      ' V..      .,     ',    <"T7��>.   ������'   ���  ���  Hot long ngo Jilri ninJoHty of Hlain  Bftvo nn Iluliini (for painting ono of IiIh  Wlvon from a plintograph) "tho gvuntl  oro.in of tho HianusHo crown." It in n  rathor largo ordor. "Thin oronu," wild  hia mnjoiity graolouHly, "will entitle  you to marry I a wlvon, It Ih n dl��l,lno-  tion I woldom confer, im I hew vou will  ��nalu�� cooil ��W�� oi' ^' ''"���^fc-'   teu*ua*am  MONTREAL,  Sole Manufacturers ofthe "Pinto Shell Cordovan" Gloves and Mitts=  R. H.CARLEY.B. C.Agt.  We are removed to Baker Street, next door  to the Ashdown Hardware Co. We will  carry a larger assortment of cakes than ever  and sell at low prices,    Come and see us.  E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Choquette Bros.  One seven-roomed house and  one three-room house  for rent.  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One Lot on Stanley street, opposite Royal  Hotel for sale at a bargain.  SEE ANNABLE  A MUSLiND, SHOEMAKER  Boots and Shoes made to order. Invisible Patching  a Specialty. Only Union Men Employed. My; stock  of fine ready-made work lowest priced in the city.  NEELANDS' OLD STAND, BAKER ST  :  OR VnntH pnyn for tliruo inontlin' moml.ortlil..  AU Kui'li muinliiirrmxilviJH tlioollla'M oln'.; oii.'iui  ovory inontli,liiuhi(llni:i!iiloui)ii of III,;li-olu��nviic!iil  nnd Inittrnmontiil ��tuw iiiuMo on_.li month, lu  ill'roil In ulli ulhii li t'ortlllnttto of V..<inlicriilil|i  wlilo'j kIv��h Um prlvllniio of Club lloom 111 N��w  York (llty, nml nflmylnirllturiiturii, nnii!Ib or iiiii-  iiluiil ln��tnininiil.N of uuy c!,morlptlon ��t wli��l����iilo  We Print  Letter Heads,  Bill Heads,  Statements,  Note Heads,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc., Etc.  The Economist  Merchant Tailor,  Tremont Blk.  Baker St, Nelson  JOHN  MclATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincia!  Land Surveyor  Op. B-C. Customs House, Nelson,  WADDS BROS.  H0T0GRAPHERS.  Vancouver and Nelson  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C  Nelson Tent & Awning Worts  Complete Stock of Stationery  Orders by Mall Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET,  NELSON, B. C.  WIlOlulllllOIHKl llOtull  DuulorHlii  Bartlett House  (Kiiriiii'i'lyiMiirlcn IIiiiiho)  I'lui IichI SI iii'i'iluy limnm In Ni'Ihoii.  whilo hi'lp I'liipltiyril  Noun Iml.  lllll III Hi.  M'lin hill'  All Icliul.'! ol'CauvaH Work  made  to order.  Also  paired,  Clothes  Cleaned   and   Re-  Boyington & Ross,  G. W.   Bartlett,   Prop'257   baker  st..  nelson  F  SALT MEATS  Camps supplied on shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stock.  E. C. TRAVES,  W. G. Gillett,  Builder   and   Contractor  Kstimntes given  and woodwork.  on stone, brick  Brick and Lime for Sale  Fred. J. Squire  Ti)iiln mul AwnlniiH imulo ami ropulroil.  (..lotliliiK oUsiuumI hiuI liuiiidml.  Over the Wallace-Miller Co,, Helson  JOB     PRINTING      AT  THE   ECONOMIST   OFFICE  1 yvn  ���f{ HfP *      "^ ^ ''11,1 "       "   I       H* I' "I, l4)m ,        I  I     rt-H   V*      I        V I      ,1,   ,fl,     . _      H  ���   ^   V   I    II        I,   ,1        I   ,    I       I      ,,^ jW      If   lVl ,1        ���   ^M     V"       I'I ^     ,,1      .    I     111      ,' .        * ,      ^|,��� )   ^^,>r I ,,,, I      .1   V I *     ,',_, "        H     , ^-^ ^    4    .     r .    , ��� .    . ��� fl ~,       ���-.^     ,    . ,~ ^ri,P      -    ���  , l_ ,4t        ,        I       '       I,   i'i ,  I   .  I      ,        *?���  , [ * ~ V       V  ��� U-    (H, I I       ^,��� ,.     r, s     f* V   I  "  I I  * *|fr. , ., IH     II    i   ,1 '  M    1 ��� I f      .  , .      , ,      .  II' t-.' I I ��     \\    H        I 1'     ���'    I >' '.. '! '' I     , I    l' I       1 ,      ,,Q\ j ' I I '' ' . , '        ' .    Hi      ll. ' ,     'I      I i <      ��� _ , I , I ll ,,  ll ilf I , ' �� ' ' ' t I ,      h ,,      ,, ,, ( ' ���     ' ,. ���    , j      I      \\ It M I l        ft I' ��'   " ')" I ti ) . i, .. , g��$&J��  ���^Ssa&^ssc zZr jfi&H;"rZ��^^y��*'5����2*:  vff^?7��j,     .^rs1. ...?...A.,-.^_ ^0ZA^/,��:AAAiti .,J����, ^.iffialai  inTtl itmrir.rriln- -s-'fHH  1 *a.^jav��Ht 'tf_,_ih, ,rf _  ifer!. ....lA.siri.,.  T   "7R-^rt  'Tif^Ss-^S  ���tiiiiB:'S..'iBff icnmr���^'- ������  -rfr^gffS1^ ^ro.,, ,-rf^fas3&,  _Lj^jynaB.ia  nrlwfftSfe^  pji|pt  THE   NELSON   ECONOMIST  91 !  ��l*ll  Much regret was expressed over the  death of Joshua Davies, which occurred  at Victoria hist week. The deceased  was well known throughout the Province, and held in very high esteem, j  lie died in the Itoyal Jubilee Hospital,  an institution which he hud done much  to build up and support.  There is some question as to the  merit of the company giving The Wise  Woman here, hut few are inclined to  give them credit for so much genius as  did Mr. Melville Parry in his telegram  from Kamloops. In many respects the  company is inferior to the organization  when it appeared here last year. This  should be lhe last season of the company, as it is kow constructed, on the  road.  Clara Mathes company will play a  > hortengagement in Nelson, beginning  Monday, June 29. Miss Mathes is a  great favorite in Nelson: and will undoubtedly attract large audiences.  ���Since their last appearance here, the  com puny has been, playing along the  ��j ust as far south as San Diego, and  with great success.  II,':i<l;iclie and many <>tli<-r grave <ir-  frimii <iistiii'l>an(*cs arc cutisoil from <>.e-  IW-tive < y<-s. Proper lilting '^"lassus  WILL 11K A PKUMASKNT CUItK.  Do uot neglect.   It is dangerouu.  lo Opticians  '*   i Baker   Street, Kelson  have   been    requested   by   the  police  magistrate to seek new pastures.  In many respects the fourth session  of the synod of the diocese of Kootenay  was a notable one. The annual address of the bishop was a review of the  work now being carried on by the  church and uigiug renewed energy  especially in the missionary, iiteld.  There was also a leugthy reference to  matters of worship, which was urged  upon the attention of churchmen. The  reports of the various committees indicate a satisfactory conditiou of affairs.  Ideal Cash Grocery  Corner Mill and Josephine  Sts.  House  Furnishing  A handsome altar stand for the Catholic Church has just been constructed  in the establishment of W. G. Gillett,  the men engaged oh the work being  John Burns, sr., and John Burns, jr.  The stand is a splendid piece of work  and is in keeping with the altar, which  has been shipped from the cast.  On the 17th of this mouth Rev.  Father Althoft' will have been engaged  in church work for 25 years. This will  be made the occasion of impressive  ceremonies at the Church of Mary Immaculate. Hev. Father Althotf is held  iu high esteem by his congregation, ii&  Nelson, and the same has been the  case wherever he has been stationed.   -  SMOKE  THE   CELEBRATED  We will offer a Special Cash Discount on  Carpets, Rugs, Art Squares, Portieres, Floor  Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Table  Covers, Window Shades and all House Furnishings.   Carpets sewn and laid free of charge.  Tlie eelebraiion committee gave forwarded invitations to all the mayors  ami councils ot British Columbia to attend iho Dominion Day celebration in  Ni-lson. The city fathers of Spokane  and Northport have also been envited  to partake of Canadian hospitality on  tliis occasion.  BRiAR  PIPES,  Professional beggars are not welcome  in Nelson. During the week the police  rounded up hulf-a-dozen  cripples, who  Hotice of Exercising Power of  Sale Under Mortgage.  Th Ralph llrarljonl. ami to Whom it may concern :  Till' UrontWoHt Lifo AKsuranco Company  lion by given yon notluo Unit It, oVmiuulH pay-  m,Mit <if tlie .sum ni" icti hundred titul Hl.xt.y-  tlirw dollar* anil olglity-iivo conlx, mul Inttir-  INtllM 1)110 tllOUHIIII'l (IoII.im nt, lliu nito of  olalil per contnin iht niiiiiim from tlio IK"-.  Ui.hiiIi day of Mny, onn UkuiwuikI nine tmn  iIdmI und three, due, to the Hiild company  liri'in a certain Indenture of Mortgage. i*x-  i ruled by tint Hiild Kulpli llrudfnrd in tlio mild  Tlio Oreiit Wont, l.lfu AHSiiraucu Company and  daled tlm fourth ilny of Wopnmilior, ono thou-  ..Hiiin nlno liunilred and tw>, for m-eurlnir the  rep.iyiiinnt of ono tlioiiHand dnllurH, and lu-  tmo.il, I hereon an therein mentioned, on the  f ���IhiwIiiK property, naniely. all and h1 ii^iilor  tlnUeertiiln pureid or tract nf limit and prom-  l-JrH l\'tn�� and lioln�� In Mm City of NoIhoii, In  llm lYovlneo of Hrltlfli Coluuiblii, ard huliiK  lint, iniinlxsrod twnnty-two ('Ji) In Itlnolc mini-  limed iweiity-nlnii ('.'!)), iiucoiiIIiik l-o llm 0111-  uliil I'laii or mirvoy ortliuTnwn (now Ully) of  Ami (alui notliT, llml iiiiIchh piiyiin-nt. of (lie  Kiibl iiiojMjmce iiinnoy and Intercut, bu inndo  wllliln one eiiloiiilni" inonlli fro in lliu Mini) of  .vour f��eln��'nerved herewith, urn cop ' hereof  b-In* nii<7> pnlillHhod In tint "NoIhoii Kitonn-  IiiIhI," a neWHpnper pulillHhed weekly in the  t'lly of Nelnon. In Iho Province of llrltlxh  Columbia, the *uld Tlio (Ileal, Went. Ufa As.  mir.iniiu Oninpnny will proceed with or wll.li-  ��� ���ul anv consent or cnncurrcnfc on ymir purl,  ini'l without nny furl her notice lo you to en-  let' < lllll pOHHCKHlOII Of   IllO   Nlt'll   lirnlll Ixt'M. llllll  to re elveand tuloi tlio rmitHiiiid prntltH there-  nl; and whether In nr nut ��f pn��HexHloii of lite  mine, in tiuilie nny leimeor liuseHof Ihe hiuue,  n�� the Miild com puny Hhilll nee III; iniil   lo Hell  nnd iibHnliilely dlHptmii nr lhe fiiIiI IiuuIh and  preiiiliie", either by auetlon or prlvnle hh)o, or  partly by iiuellnu and purity by private wilo,  iim iho nu Id coin puny niny deem proper, nml  ell Iter for money or iipmiHui'li termn of credit  u< ll may thlult proper, nml lo convey and n-i-  mire the Hiinte, when  no wild, unto the  pur-  oli'incM thereof, nn II nIiiiII ill reel or appolnl,  Oninil nt. the City of Nelxon, (his fiinrtli day  ol ,1 line, A. ll. iwa.  M.vimoVAiiti .t .Iomnhon,  Hollellor.j for the (lira I, Went I,lie Annum nee  Company.  111  Q.  <  X  CO  o  z  a  <  Ixl  I  I-  O  UJ  o  if)  Price   List for June, igo3  Cut this out   and hung- it in   your  Pautr}\    Telephone   31B.  Hungarian Flour, Ogilvies, per  100-lb sack $2.75  Malt Breakfast  Food, j.kg 15c  Fiue Granulated sugar, 17 lbs.$i.oo  Creamery Butter, 7, ,j and 2Slb  bxs, per lb   29c  Creamery Butter, bricks, 3  lbs  for -1.00  Deviled Ham, 3 cans for 25c  Chicken Ham and Tongue, }i  lbs, 2 cans for 25c  Coffee, "Joy's Blend," 30c per  lb, 3 lbs : 85c  Coffee, Mocha Java, lb 40c  Ceylon Tea per lb 40,  50c  and 60c  Green Tea,   (Japan)   per lb......50c  Cream, St. Charles,  Jersey,  or  Victor, 8 cans for $1 00  Brooms, each .25c, 40c and 50c  . Pearline, large package, each 15c  Laundry Starch, lb 10c  Pure Gold Jtlly,   Powders and  pkgs ..20c  iSaker's Cocca, per half lb tin...35c  I��alla Vitae, 3 pkgs for ���. 50c  Cream Scdas, per lb... 101.  Macaroni, geed, per lb 10c  ;Salmon,    2   cans   tor    25c,   9  j     cans for '.. $1.00  Pickles, Rowat'sand Hob Roy,  j     pt bottles.... .'.- 25c  ' Royal Yeast Cakes, ]cr pkg 5'.  Boston Baked Beans, Uvo 3-lb  j     cans for 35c  I Delicious Singapore Pineapple,  j     per can 2Cc  jC. & B. Jams, 7 lbslo-, $1,251'  1 Keiller's Dundee Maru:r.lade 7-  1b tin ,....$1.10  Fresh Ranch Kggs, per do/.......25c  Potatoes, 100 lbs. for .A $1.00  Oysters, large can........  25c  R.  G. JOY, NELSON, B. C  Mail Orders Promptly Attended to  ^^f^/^/^/^/^i^^/^i^fi^i^,  Tewellry  W. A Thurman  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  at Our  Show Windows will  Anyone that We IViean Business  MILLINERY.  A large stock of Millinery and  lyudies' OutfUtings.  Also Ladies' Hair Goods.  MRS. ENFIELD  Next Store to  Hudson   F^y Company  We have secured the services of Mr. Richard W. Russell (formerly with J. S. Barnard, London, Ont.),  Expert   Opticia^xi   a,xid.  Engraver  and are now preyared to test the eyes and do everything in the shape of  expert engraving.    A  cail  is  solicited.  ���wmwMWuu���mi���irw  ii  ing Jeweler,"  ���VKMMMJMMHaMAl  w   _^^_     .   1 ...,������������-��� ,������m ������          ��������� ^  the Economist-$1 Per Year  KOOTENAY     .  .  COFFEE CO.  Coffee Roasters  n Tea and Coffee  D��j.lera I  I\V(i urn oll'ii ln�� III lowi'Hl iirlni'N llm lit'Ml  iri'iulcMiil (iiiylon, Inillik,Cliluu mul Jiiimn  i'dllM,  IMII'lllMl   Mllllllll  Mllll   JllVllt.'lltllMl JUT  liniiiiil 8 III  Miii'tiii nml .Iiivn IIUuiil, !l pi Hindu  I (Hi  CliiiIcK llliMiil <!<i|l��iii*, I imhiikIh   I Mi  HihtIiiI r.li'iiil Cii|Iih|.,ii |)i,iiii(l,i  I mi  lllll llll'llll Clltl'lMI, II pnilllilil    I   (Ml  H|i,���(iliil IUiiihI <VyIon nu, |ier p miiuI,    Mi  A TRIAL ORDER SOUCIirD.  KOOTENAY"COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O, llox 18a.  JJEHT    t)At(��R   STREET,    NELSON  Mentis keeping "gocd things to eat" in the house. You arc always  sure of having j��ood thing* to ent on n inoincn'is notice when you luive  a supply of "'MBBY'SGOOD PRODUCTS" on the pantry shell'.  ALWAYS READY TO SERVE  Being made from the choicest meals, nnd will tempt the  most deli-  dte appetite.    They are just the proper requisite for a nice lunch.    For  BBH0B  The  Most Nutritious Breakfast Food in  the Market and a Home Product.  ALL GROCERS SELL IT  c  sale by  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness Insurance.      Real   Estate,  Loans.   Etc  Having   purchased the  Agencies  hitherto  conducted   hy  Mr. A. R,  Sherwood we bog to announce to Clients that we  will give prompt and  careful .attention loony bmiucss entrusted to our care, jit our offices over.  McAjllinr'a Kmmlmc Sioti^. "  $6.75 PER TON,  DELIVERED  All orders must "be aooompanied by oask and should "be forwarded  either personally or "by mail to the office of  W. P. TIERNEY, GENERAL AGENT  Now is the Time to piok your Carpets said Linoliums just .before house-cleaning.     We carry a very large aesortmesnt, patterns, very latest.   See our Go  carts ranging in prices from $3.00 to $30.00.  ESOTEa��  U  MWEF3 &  Furniture  Dealers and   Undertakers  ���/p-V��PtWp��*'irtn��1"  >��  ft'.        ''.,'���  Riftw^rtu^n^wm^  MiWWWW*��W(iW^  n  ,*Rt*)<aH.\4,A7'-"r  ,   ,Hill.   ,i     ,,���,|   ,i,    i     .     ,., fin    i In.,*..,,    'I*'l      lf,i     V,      ,    h      -     -    . i till, l  ,, ir ,11 i      jw.,.  1     ,    J,.H,       il   H���  < '\       , V ''  '. '��� 'f \       ' , I  mF1

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