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 J7��� Ti   .frjJn?* ,,i I  J* t   _  I Jlfff.TTl'V.iit   .  r, ,rfT-   i i^1 ,���inn ��� 'irtrttii.ir.  ^  K h&��.  -,l~~A-g~  ���u  ....-   .       .. __.���-     Sri*  a     ,7 A  HP     II        I  %  T  VOLUME VI.  NELSON.  .n  SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903.  NUMBEB 49  In  the   fourth  id   the ad  tss  ir!>L  NftSON WINS  (fl  _R��SfL^Sl^asL   the ball, but. could noihiu.;  with if.  The Score Stood Seven to a  Cypher.  THE PLAY WAS RAGGED  Nelson Team Weak  on  the   Home,  Revelstoke Defective  All Over.  The lacrosse match at the recreation grounds Friday wns not even  a'fair exhibition of the national  game. Revelstoke has ?- team that  knows a whole lot about the theory  of the game, but does not put the  theory into prrctise. �� There are  some men on the team who could  with a iittlo practise play a good  game. There is ibis much to -be  said to the credit'of the. Revelstoke  men, that no matter how dh-coraging the game ' was tbey never lost  heart, and wero quite as strong al  the finish as at the beginning. So  far as the Nelson team were concerned, there was not enough work-  to bring ou.t their best qualities.  One thing, however was noticed ���  ������there will have to be some changes  arcade in the team before, tbey meet  ".New Westminster., The home team,  while it scored .-even games, is jusl  m trifle weak in iho scoring department. Tho-defente is strong, but  had very little to do yesterday.  Technically speaking there was not  a shot on Nelson goal. The following was tho line-up :  Nelson.  ���   I.ovelstoUc.  Groyerblehl   Chial Trumble  Jed's    Point Hyatt  Friday   ..Cover Point. Con uhlan  CI ells   . 1st. Defence Wiekoi.s  A. Taylor..  , .2nd iJefenee .IJodtls  Williamson  ..3rd Defence....  Kd wards  Thompson.   Centre (Iraliaiu  .Terrier   ,..;.rd Homo  I>. Diiilds  MoNicoll...  .Blackwood.  ...1st Home.. .... Ii'.ithain  .Uutlierlbrd   Outside (.'no  H. Terrier.   Inside Woods  Tho first  gamo started with u  po-  lection by  .ho   Nelson   band   and a  wall/,  by  Abo  Kincaid, Iho   Held-  ���captain   of  tho   Uevelsloko    ten in.  Tho ball was faced at exactly ihlu.  Ucvclstoko   got     tlio     Itivll     from  Thompson,  1ml,  did   not    keep   il  long, und  almost  in   a  picond   il.  ronched   tho  Rovoldoko  goal,   but  Trumblo relieved with a long shot.  Thon there wno a fuco-i.fi',     Nelson  got tho  ball and it  ngnin got   into  close proximity of   tho   Revelstoke  ,-jrnu]. II. Terrier had 11 good chance  ito jutoro, but missed his onpei I unity,  ���Truml-lo Hlopped several hot shots,  'Then thero wore several 1'm'o-ol'i'', to  ..NolHon'ri advantage.       Hlaekwood  ���nnula a good   catch  ni,d   passed lo  ;.H. Porr-ier, who  in turn pusosd   to  illnthorfortl,   and  tlio   hitter   made  jjood.   Timo���1) minute,".  Tho Bfcoond gamo opt tied by  'Thompson fiotth.g the bull, und it  ���noon reached IT. Terrier, who .-hot,  on goal, but tviiiu-ed. Thompson  worked hard, and after mi.ho good  jirnctifio on Urn purl of Iho Kelson  team, RovolPtoko took a hiind in lhe  gtirno, but only for a second. Tlie  ball wan passed lo Hulherfoid, who  scored.    Timo- I minutes.  JTii Iho third game them was some  riipgod playing on bntli ����� idi-f, and  no apparent udvantaj;o to cither  Hitlo when tluiu wan called fur the  lirst (piarler. lu tho f;'oo-( IT after  quarter time, Uovelsloko got the  ball from Nelson, but. Tliump.-,on  m.oyn.'d it and rent, il down to thu  RovelHtoko goal. After repeated  faco-oflV, McNiooll got tlio ball ami  rcorod.   Timo-���'.) tniniiten.  McNicholl passed it to A. Terrier,  but Trumble again relieved by a  long throw. There was no scoring, in  second quarter. The ball '.vent into  the Revelstoke net, but as there v."as  a dispute the game was not  counted. When the game was resumed, there was some pretty playing by Blackwood, Williamson,  Thompson; McNicholl, Friday and  Charlie Jeffs. Trumble saved the  Revelstoke goal teveral times. McNicholl got a .good shot on goal, but  jlosl. Then Bh:.ekwood got the ball  and scored.    Time 11.minute?.  The iifth game was short. Nelson had the bail most of tbe time,  and .McNicholl scored.    Time 4:00.  The sixth was probably the best  game of the match, both teams playing with great determination, but  Revelstoke was outclassed. Friday  and Taylor did some good work in  the game, and Al. ��� Jiffs, who had  nothing to do down at his end, tried  hard to v>or!c up some business on  his own account. II. Perrier scored.  Time���0 minutes.  In the seventh game Nelson got  the ball "and proceeded to. indulge!  in some practice without consulting  Revelstoke. Finally, after practising a minute or so, Thompson  parsed the ball over to McNicholl,  who threw it to H. Terrier, and the.  hitter scored.    Timo���2 minutes.  From this time on till the match  was finished there was nothing,  doing. Nelson did not mako any  effort to s-eorc. When time was  called, the score stood 7 !o 0 in favor of Nelson.  For the Revelstoke men it can be  said that ihey worked hard and  never lost their temper, which is  saying a great deal, when it is. considered lhat they piaytd an .up-hill  match from start to iinish. Greycr-  biehl and the old reliable Al. Jeffs  had nothing to do, Williamson  played in splendid form, ami the  same can bo truthfully said of  Hlaekwood, Tho mo ���������on, McNicholl,  A. Perrier, Friday, Taylor, Charlie  JelTs aud Rutherhnd.  Janus Hawkins was field enpUin  for Nelson and did Ii'm v/ork in  commendable style. Abo Kineaid  render! d a liko service to Uevel-  sloko. Dr. MoI'joiiudii inndo an acceptable referee, while U.S. Umnio  and .lamed Noi lands ofllcialed us  umpires. (<eo. Kaeritt and ll. .11.  Cai ley dealt out. i hue.  I  ���h/ ^  &  w  Iv  S C TP f-^ O  MINING NOTES.  .!<  ias  ;en  I  etected  Stand  Sluoin Drill.)  HON. .ro:  K  r GREEN VISITS '.NELSON  .It has been about, finally settled  thai Hon. OlinrhiH Wilson will run  in  Caiiboo,  Tlm llav. Dr. Iliimsiy, I!. !>., of  Ottiiivii, will pre.ich in lOuinninnel  Coiigrcgalion.il church on Sunday  oveniiig nt 7:M0 uud.!i' the innqiices  of the Ivvn-d'ri Day Alliance. A  muss iiieeLiir^ in I In saino ohuroh  iv ill lai held at KiJUJ,  I'1, J, V)ititiin and (loo. J,ihustone  nllended lhe nie(Min���'of the Mascniu  C�� rn ml I-'idgo at N'ancotiver this  wi.ok. Il ia undei'sl.nod that Mr.  Diiaiio will lu Ico an hour off at Kium  loops on hiri.way b:i(tk to look over  llm political situiilion.  fny-  can  I, II si.  i lonors um coming to S. S  lor, K. C, w> I'tn-t lliiit. lie  seaicoly keep (rack of tlmni,  week hn was appointed a, o<unmo-  don) aud now ho has received the  hibenil nomination. The oniiiiuo-  doro in t till a plain m.ui.  Coast Papers Are Not Saying Much about Politics���Conservatives Organizing  Everywhere���Charles flackintosh flay  Run In Rossland.  Mr, IJ. ,M. Mucd -ii,i!.I, ,l> u ri;-b'r,  while iiHsi-riug hi the work of saving liuiiHi'h dd goo.i-t f r "Mil the burning luui.-eii last Almid.iy, hud the  mi. I'orlui'o of hnviii", linn of the  tendons of a leg snap, I hereby in-  I'lipimiatallng him for ..lllco work'.  Ho expiol.H to be back al hiu oil let;  within a few (layn.  The House was dissolved on June  16t.h and until' an election takes  place British Columbia will have  to stiuggle alongwithout the luxury  of a member of tlie Legislature.  The date for the election has not  been set, but it is more than likely  tha. tlie new government will go to  the co i in try .in October. In the  meantime the friends of the government are making preparations for  the forthcoming contest, and the  feeling among the Conservatives is  that, Premier MoHrido- and bis  cabinet will be sustained. Much,  of course, depends on tlie class of  men who will be placed in the field,  and there is every reason to believe  lhat the government fully realizes  the necessity of putting forward the  best men. in tho party. On the  othor hand, the Liberals, aro losing  no time, and they al-o seem to lie  keenly alivo to the necessity of  meeting their opponents with men  of more than average calibre.  With the two parties engaged in a  spirited rivalry to outclass each  other in tho matter of desirable  legislative limber, the public should  foid perfectly reconciled as to the  result, no matter which party wins.  Hon. Robert Cireen spent Kri'day  in Nelson, and nceived the hourly  congratulations ef his friends, over  his elevation to Um Uabiuei. The  new minister does not seem to be  unduly proud, o.Hindering lhat he  now holds iiioie cabinet ollices 'than  nny in.i ii in Camilla. The fact of  iho inutlor iii Mr. (ireen has  poi if ilios to burn, a oiicittm-tanee  which id likely to incite envy in  tho heart.) of less fortunate up-  enunliy ineiiibeiv, who would he  only loo happy to relievo him of  part of his burden. Tin* new minister is going to pill tip his fences  iu iho new district, but the general  impression is thai, ho will havo  littln dillicnlty in carrying his constituency. Jfo ban been elected  twice, and his friends claim lhat. he  linn not douu anything, to forfeit  I ho confidence of his constituents,  With Iho db'.oliition of the  Houso ca mo Iho cani'.itlhilioii of nil  voter,-,' lists ho that there is not  now a, niinn) on tho Iht. Lvery  mini who desires lo voto at the  nest, election mu..t icn lo it at once  thai, his Damn is placed on the now  I ltd. This mailer should be nl-  tended to uf once,  A. reniaikablo feulmo of the  political situation is the fact, that  scarcely one of lhe convl papers are  do vol'li g any space lo poll I ion, The  Vancouver World in porluqn Iho  most active, and   already  Iuih  un  earthed a deep-laid scheme on the  part of the government to hand  over to the C. P. E. a huge and  valuable slice of tho province. The  World does not give its' authority  for the assertion, hat no  doubt the  ���o ��� *  imagination ; of the editor will be  able to eupply this important defect as tho campaign   progresses.  Smith Curtis ha? finally decided  to retire from provincial politics.  Mr. Curtis has been a feature of the  legislative nuetings for the last  three years, and no matter how  much many of his views savored of  illusions, there are many, even  among his political opponents, who  will bo freo to confess that the late  member for Rossland district has  been in more ways than one a useful member of tlie Legislature.  It is believed that Mr. Charles  Mackintosh will be the Conservative candidate for Rossland. Mr.  Mackintosh is an old parliamentary hand, and would be a towor of  strength to the Con-ervativo party  in Iho forthcoming campaign.  Tho Liberals of Nelson havo sc-  lecltd S. .S. Taylor, K. C, to con-  lest Nelson dislrie.t in  Iho   Liberal  ont the district. His supporters  are busy organizing and expect  several speakers of prominence here  during,the campaign.���So saj-s the  Cranbrook Herald.  The following from the Kamloops Standard is encouraging, to  say the least of it: "The next Provincial Legislature Assembly will  be composed of 42 members, and a  prediction of the balance of parlies,  and one which we do not think will  be far out, is'as "follows: Conservatives 27, Liberals 12, Labor and  Socialist 3."  IV,  Leniuo  interest .against,  the ConservniivA candidate. Mr.  Taylor, liko Mr. Leunio, appeals  for inppotl simply ou parly  grounds, and without any refinance  to local prejudice,-. Tho campaign,  thorel'oie, so far as Nelson is concerned, will be simply a mailer of  determining the st length of iho I wo  piirtiiv. A ooiiU'Slof this character  will go a long way towards allaying Iho narrow prejudices which  have been the dominating features  of past oniiipiiigliM. Tlie.-o piejud-  ices have been nrouted and developed purely for Hellish designs,  and it is now plotming to iinlicipale  lliat they will no longer be mod lo  usurp iho function of public  opinion.  .Iiisepb Marlin resigned the lead-  ei'tdiip of (lio l/iherals to save his  parly from disintegration. lime  in nu example for sonin other practical poliiieiaiis.  Nelson Libcriiln held a mealing  hint night to ratify Iho nomination  of M. S. Taylor, K. C,  The Corn-el vatives of Cmnbrook  have sell ot id Thomas Cavin, the  wi II know ii conductor, an their  en ndidnln for the house to mieeeed  I',. 0, Smith. Mr. Caviu has been  on tho Crow since construction  dayii and  in woll known  through-  Truthfully doca the Slocon Drill  remark: "It is1 a matter of great  satisfaction to tho Conservatives of  the provinco to see the way hi which  the various sections of the party are  buiet.ly and harmoniously gathering together under Iho ono common  banner. Dissension and discord  havo given place to unanimity and  harmony, and all aie determined  to work together for the fuccoss of  tho% party at tho polls-. As such,  strength is daily being gained, and  tho people aro placing added confidence in tl,ein. J fow dil'1'nrent is  tho situation with iho Liberals.  Tom wiih distension, rucked by  jealousy, and without a leader.  tiny a ie beaten at tho wry eoni-  mcnecnicnl, of tho contest,"  The Conservatives of Trail have  organized with the fnlJowing olli-  oois: lloii.upiis denl, Dr. Iliiyc.*;  piesidenl, Mayor Scholield; vice-  president, Martin Lyons; sec-lrean.,  .1. I). Audi r.trin; unci.���hoc, T. \V.  Coleman. Tho association has  .���ceiiinl a eomforl.ible room, which  it in I he inti'iilinn to have open  every cvoni. g im a rending and  club room suppliid with lhe latest,  papers and periodicals where Com  Hci'viilivcn and Ihoir friends mid  their friends arc invited.  Trail Conservatives have passed  a nsuhilion convey ing to Mr, Mc-  I.ridn their cnngiatuhilion on his  appointment ns piemicr of llrili.-h  Columbia.  Yictoiia Con, ervnfives hn v >-t -  gani/.i'd and will place a strong  ticket in the field,  Thero is a feeling iu cerlniii  (|llai"lern at Kaslo that lion. Robert (lieen should he elected by  acclamation.  Prion JOIIison will again ho a  candidate, and will probably be  elected.  Tlie Hamilton has its small shipment ready to go forward.  The Rambler is shipping heavily  to the San Francisco smolter.  The Meteor is commencing lo get  out ore for its eecond car.  Tom Mulvey and. Fred Johnson  have commenced work on the Josie.  A certificate of improvements has  been issued the Iron Horse, on Ten  Mile.  A survey ia to be made of the  Weymouth, on Ten Milt, for a  crown grant.  The Payne expects to have its  now zinc works in operation by the  15th of  July.  Repairs have been effected and  operations resumed at tho Ivanhoe  consentrator.  Geo. Nichol took a small crew of  men out on Tuesday to repair the  Lemon creek bridge.  P. W. Ellis, of Toronto, will have  the Black Cloud claim, on Ten  Mile, surveyed for a crown grant.  Ralph Gillette and partner have  completed a pack trail form Twelve  Mile landing to the Hamilton.  During the week M. Cameion  has been packing ora down from  the Meteor, there being a carload  in all.  There yet remains a small section of tbe Twelve Mile trail to be  completed. So far as it goes the  trail is first  class.  Owing to the damage caused by  the floeds, the Slocan Star had to  construct a new road from Sandon  to ils concentrator.  The Bonedum parly left on Wednesday for their home in Cameron,  West Virginia, where they will  make final arrangements for tho  taking over of tho Hoodoo aud  other claims in this division. .7.  M. returns here next month to  start or.erntionH.  Much attention is being paid by  capitalists to the. gold properlhs in  the Lillooi.t district and a number of  deal? are being made. Tho old Slocan boys, the Brett brother!:, are  among thojo who mado a big deal  and Hcurrd a fortune. They sold  their property, at Anderson lake,  to a Hoston syndicate, and the  second payment of several thousand  dollars has been miidc Operations  at the 111ilio coiunieiico at oi.ee,  ThePiK.ll hoys are pioneetH of the  country and they will remain in  charge of the properly.  mum  Race    of   Swamp   Dwellers  Found in New Guinea.  x  SIR   FRANCTS  P.   WINTER  Describes   two    of   the     Tribe���a  Man   and    a   Woman���  Look like Apes. r  If is i( porttd lhat, W. W. B. Mo-  I iiiuh will run for Alberni.  A brother actor fnmomi for his  pomposity and his inordinate  ambition wiih regaling Sir .Henry  Irving wiih a for<cait of his pi,ins  for tho fiitnro. "1 Hlnill begin the  season," ho announced, "with such  nnd such a purl; and nfler lhat  I shall appear as Uinnlet." "Um!"  drawled Irving. "As���eh ��� Hamlet, did you say?" Tho oilier, incensed by iho tono' of tho query,  bridled up nt onco. "Do you think,  Sir Henry," he asked, indignantly, "lhat you are the only man who  can pbn .: oi, ntV" "Oh no," ro-  joimd Irving, blankly; "but I am  (liiilo Mini lhat you nro Iho only  man who cati'l."  It in announced that J, A. Mo-  Kelvie, of The Vernon News, has  been appointed lo the wnrdenship  of the Vernon goal. Thin paper  ban long' believid thnt friend Mc-  Kolvio would gel. thoro noonor or  later.  The acting Administrator of New  Guinea, Sir Francis P. Winter, in  a report to the Governor-General of  the Australian Commonwealth,  describes a curious people who live  in the swamps in New Guinea.  They are called the Abgaiambo,  and have lived in pwamps for a  period which goes back be3'ond  native tradition. They dwell in  houses raised "on piles about 12  feet, above the surface of the water,  which tbey traverse in canoes dug  out of logs. These they propel  standing up with a pole.  In addition, they are expert  swimmers, gliding through beds of  reeds or over masses of floating  vegetable matter with ease. They  never leave the inoraes, and  their mode of life has reacted upon  their physical .character,'wiih ���������the  result that they, are not able to  walk properly on hard ground,  their feet bisecting if t>>y try to do  SO. ���'.-������".��� '������,:'  Sir Francis Winler describes two  of the tribe���a man and a woman���-  as follows:  "The man would have been a  fair-sized native, and Ida body  from the hips downwaid been proportionate *o the upper part ot hia  frame. He hud n good cheet, and,  for a native, aibick neck, and his  arms matched his trunk.  "His feet wero shott and brond,  and very thin, end fiat, with���for  a nativo--weak looking loep. This  last feature was still more noticeable in tho woman, whoso toea  were long anil slight, and stood out  rigidly from tho foot, as though  ll ey poeHCFsed no joints. Tho feet  of both tho man and tho woman  .seemed to rest on the ground something like wooden iu-l would do.  Tho ulcin nbovo Iho knees of iho  man wiih in looto folds, and Iho  hi'iiowh and tnu.elcH around tho  knee were not well-developed. Tho  muHck'H of tho Hhin woro much  bettor developed Ihnn thopo of tlio  calf.  "In Iho ordinary tiativo tho skin  on the loiiiH jh Hinoolh and tight,  and tho anatomy of 'lio body jh  clearly discernible; hut iho Ahga-  inmbo man had nveral folds of  thiol: pkin or inu^olo across tho  loiriH which conccifthd tho outline-'  of his framo. On placing ono of  our natives of Iho Hnmo height alongside tho marnh man, wo noticed  that onr nalivo wiih about throo  iiiclum higher at tho hipp.  "I hud a good viow of tho m��in  whilo he wiih Htanding nidowaya towards, mo, and in (iguro and carriage ho looked to mo moro apoliko  than nny human being that I linvo  seen. Tho woinnn, who wan of  lriiddlongo, wiih much moro slightly  formed than tho man, but hor lcgn  were Hltort and slender in proportion to her figure, which, from tho  waist to Iho knee, wuh clothed in u  wrapper of nalivo oloth."  Fred Irvine Ac (Jo. nro advertising fall and winter mantloe, tailor  mado contumop, fancy flannel and  ni 1 k hloupo wainln.  ���rfi.  IK"-  wT?.TSW'*"'WWW'3rTW,W?"TffTSffi  <iaBnw*5,,iW8f��*iCT���MMrJirn^r"  , IH- > ^r- >Wf ,H,H.rrr  jr^-i?ir'"'OTi~*wnps��8K?ff',i,T^ 7*-    *.'  j-   g.  -     i  _iSt_  -r  nf, ~-   "  -V  f7r       ^       ra  ___,_;     tf  .ff��-  *r?  ��� <fe  -TF-  ______i  -"a- ~r.7"tf.  'vST -  THE   NELSON    ECONOMIST  fa  S  The Nelson  Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon at  Vfexox Street. Nelson. B. C.  $1.00 Per Year Strictly in Advance  Advertising rntes made known on application.  Address nil communications. "Publish ;r of The Nelson  Kconom 1ST. Nelson, 1$. C."  NOTICE.  All changes in advertisements to  insure insertion should reach this  office not later than Thursday at  12 o'clock.  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  In the issue of The Economist (September  4, 11)01,) following the resignation of Mr. McBride from the Dunsmuir Cabinet, the following opinion was expressed in the editorial  dealing with the political situation :  ������Mr. McBride, in placing his resignation in the  hand.-* of the government did only what any self-  respecting Cabinet Minister should do unde.i the  circumstances. He pledged himself to deal honorably by his constituents and he has doneso. By  his manly straightforward conduct he has made  - himself the important factor in the political situa-  ation iu British Columbia to-day."  How far subsequent events have borne out  the contention of The Economist at that tlm-^  and, in fact, ever since, the public can judge  fur themselves. Mr. McBride alone of all the  members of the Dunsmuir Cabinet hod the  courage of his convictions, and refused to remain in a government that was dominated by  Joseph Martin, who had been ovorwheluafngly  defeated at the polls in 1900. Two other  members of the Cabinet promised to resign  with Mr. McBride, but their hearts failed them  when'the "hour for the crucial test arrived.  Several private members threw up their hats  ami cheered for Mr. McBride, but could not  turn their backs on the lleeh-pola. Ooe of  these trimmers advanced as a reason for his  change of front that Mr. McBride should hnve  refigntd in Dewdney aud contested New Weat-  niinHter against John C. Brown. If Mr. Mc-  , Bride had done anything of the kind, he  would have aho.vn himself to bo as great a  liltiodoier as the man who suggested it.  Mr. McBride has now received the first recognition of hit) manly conduct, and it remaiiiH  with him to mako good lo  the people.    If ho  pumiort    the    consistent   course     ho     has  iu    tho   past   ho    haa     a   bright     future  ahead of him, but if he fnili to  maintain   his  orttl t   with   tho  publio  ho   mu.-it  fall.    Ho  Hliuuh! by thia timo know who are his  friends  and who nro hie. enemies'.   That ho has malignant enemioH, otron in his own party, thoro is  not the nlightudt doubt, and   whilo   thoro are  ci'iiflpiring CatuUni'H in tho camp, bin position  mh l��,iil*r ol tin. ConHiTvativo  party  will  ho  iiitunuro and ho may expuot to bu  hampered  in carrying out a policy that hhmiltl to.-iult  in  honor lo himuolf and Ida pnrty.    In  orib'r to  ��Uft ti^lit, tho premier  nni3t u�� onco bu^in   a  "cuhting out of doviI��."   This Hiu-cushfully no-  com pi billed, Promior MoBrido oan Hiifoly trust  Ibe electorate to do the rout.  Tlio ovidonco givon buforo tho Lubiir Com*  miuHion, which has just completed ilH duties uh  far ns taking ovidonoo is conoernod, in an in  torotiting uludy, and tho ohanooa aro lhat (ho  public now know considerably moro about labor tiieUtera than they ever did boforo. An  intonating witnoaa was George Uirtloy, of  Vancouver. Mr. Bartloy in tlio oditor of tho  Independent, n paper publinhod in tho inter-  outs of labor, lie in a Iho a momlior of tlio Typographical Union, ono of tho oldottt of tradon  unions'. Boing intorrogatod an lo bin vlows  wilh-ri'gard to Hympatholio Hlriken, tho wIUihhh  ��onf��H��<e<l that if tho Typographies! Union fu-  vorod lliom it would ho in trniililn nil tlie  time. Couiuiiiieionor Hoivo uukoil tho .vitnoHM :  J>o vou linos? any rctiuwi why thoro uhonld bo  muio ultikta in Bnimh Culumhlti Alma jii nny  other part of the country ? How do you feel  that the conditions as regards working men  are here ? Mr. Bartley answered that conditions here are the best on the continent, despite the labor troubles, and he believed that  the recent epidemic of strikes was due in a  great measure to the inexperience of men who  have never been in unions before. The older  organizations had all been through the fire.  Mr. Bartley'd statements are based on well  demonstrated facts. It is only rarely the?e  days that a strike is ordered by the Typographical Union, for the reason that this  union is dominated by men experienocd in labor matters and refuses in declare a strike until every means of effecting an amicable arrangement with the employers is exhausted.  Moreover, when the union puts forward a  claim, the employers are so well satisfied that  the demand is not without merit that they  readily agree to discuss it with the men, or the  representatives of the Typographical Union.  it is tho same with the Loaomitiva Brotherhood. Thi? organiz ition is controlled by men  who have made thoir fight and know well how  serious a matter it is to ingage in a strike.  Friction between employer and employee is almost certain to occur frequently where the  members of the labor union are not reasonable  enough to admit that an employer his some  rights which should be respected.  Many a search has been made for the buried  treasures of Captain Kidd in Cape Breton, but  it has nil been in vain.    A' short time  ago the  search was renewed under rather unusual circumstances. A man living in the northern part  of the island dreamt that he  was  conversing  with an aged woman, who told him that on   a  certain evening   he would   see a   "tall,   dark  man pass by, followed   by   a   black dog.    He  will pause under a tree  for a   moment.    Note  carefully where he stands, and after he leaves  dig there."    This good  man, accompanied by  his wife, at the stated time found all come to  pass according to the dream.    They began   to  dig, and soon discovered an iron ring.    Urged  on to renewed efforts they found in a few minutes that the ring was  attached   to   an   iron  chest.    With great expectations the chest was  pried open, but the only  contents  wero some  old clothes and  a  peculiar-looking  hat.    In  spite of this discouragement tho worthy couple  propose  to   make   further   searches   in   the  neighborhood.  The Nelson Daily Nows ia assiduous in its  endeavor to discredit the Conservative party  in thia province. Firs*, it found fault with  Mr. McBride because ho formed a party  government; now it publishes a telegram from  Vancouver to tho effect tbat tlio C. P. It. has  engaged to provide a campaign fund for tho  Conservative party in return for the assurance  thut the railway will secure possession of  blocks 4,593 and 4,59-1, in tho ovont of tho  success of the Conservatives. Thi-t statement  llrst appoarod in tho Vancouver World, and  should not bo accepted without roaorve, at  leant until it bus boon aalinfootorily established  that Mr. MoBride has mado tlio World tho  custodian of his conlidenocR.  Tlio Liboral oundidalo in Nelnon will bo S,  S. Taylor, K. C. Tho committee appointed to  miilcu a Mtloothm decided lhat Mr. Taylor  would just about (ill tlio bill, and aftor muoh  solicitation that gentleman accepted tho honor.  It is too early to form a correct o.-Uimato of  Mr. Taylor's Btrunglli, but hii friends boliovo  ha will pull a strong party vole.  A political combat botwoitn Mr. Lonnio and  Mr. Taylor givos oomo iiHSuranoo that tho  campaign ho far as NoIhoii is oonoornod will  not bo nltoj��othor barren of oratorical  pyroloohnioH.  With two candidattiH in tho Hold in Ntilnon,  tho politioal pot hIiouUI start lo boil; and  thoro is death in tho pot for nomo ono.  Everything points to a successful oolobralion  of Dominion Day in Nolson this year.  Now is tho timo to n-glsior ymir voto.    Pro-  oraslinalioii is Iho tliiuf of  time.  Ho far tho fboda   havo not canned ns much  damnj-cd au�� might lio taptsclixl.  Phoenix Pioneer.  Premier McBride is being criticized by  some of his erstwhile friends for the manner  in which he was called to form a government'  but tlie country at large seems glad that party  lines will at last prevail in British  Columbia.  THE PROVINCIAL PRESS.  Kaslo Kootenaian.  Tbe report or the Minister of Mines for 3 902  goes to show the wonderfuf  riches  ot the district surrounding   and  contiguous   to Kaslo.  Fort Steele Prospector.  In the course of a few days the Conservatives of the Kootenays will decide upon a plan  of campaign which will result in the election  nf a working majority in the next house, and  it is the duty of every Conservative to work  for the advancement of the party which will  have the best interests of the province at  heart.  Slocan Drill.  By an act of overt treachery to their own  party, certain Grit manipulators in Victoria  made it possible for the reins of power to be  thrust into the hands of the Tories. The  Grits now seek to cover up the contemptible  scheming of their own hacks by anathemizing  iho Tories for seizing lhe advantages placed  within their reach. Tories generally know a  good thing when lhey see it.  Vernon News.  It seems certain that we shall have a provincial election this fall ; and to us it f-eecm  equally certain that the Conservatives will  sweep the country. This is nn prediction or  prophecy founded on hope and built on air;  but it is tho deliberate estimate of a man wb.��  knows a good deal about the-ituation. If w��  had.au old hat. to bet, we ivould cbeerfoJfij  wager it that the Conservatives will have" ��t  least 25 members in tho nest house of 42 representatives.  Ymir Mirror.  The political parties at the coast are preparing for tlie forthcoming fray, and it look*  as if it will bo a hot one. If posse tfion ha  nine points of the law, thu. Conservative party  ought to take advantage of the position and  by securing return to power enpure the country honest, progressive, government. That is  what we have been lroking for for year?. No  party can till the bill, better than the Conservatives. . As they nay in the quack ads, "take  nothing claimed to be equally as good ; insist  on getting tho genuine article."  Trail Creek News.  As all, in this part of Kooto. jtiy at least, aret  agreed that ono of tho mo?t urgent measures  required from tho Dominion, Government is  adequate piotootion on (ho p:oducln of leao,  the inference is that wo ubonld voto for the  Liboral-Couservntivo party, in tho provincial  i lection, and show our disapproval of tho contemptuous manner in whioh tho present Liberal government at Ottinvii bin* igiiorul our  just demands. Tlio pn.eent Dominion Gov  ei'tuueiH has i<ivon us about tlm worst poHlitl  facilities poHaiblo, ban disnllox ed our provincial laws for tho exclusion of A Bullion, and ro-  fudos to pass Htioh legislation, us will allow  lend mining to bo carried on jtAaiprofli. Don't  lot us endorsti Buoh bud trontnaer.!. by electing  a Liberal 1 egislaluro to goi orm lhia  province.  Our Kew Stock of  WW _r1  is now complete and of the most beautiful coloring and designs.  It will pay you to call and see our goods. Our prices will suit the  times.    Picture Framing and Room Mouldings.  1  .i.  ���*ra  linker Htnil, ojipnsito Lawrence   Hardware  Co.  Limited  easonabSeGoo  We are now showing a full range  of the following seasonable goods :  You're right., tbey are perfect  beauties and as cheap as if they  were U'jly ; we show colorings you  like in almost an}.- design you may  fane}'. Whether you're paper is a  success this year depend;-, largely on  where the paper comes from. We  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 ?  Sale  Kootenay Valleys Co., Limited.  T. G. PROCTER, MANAGER, NELSON, B. C  Farms from Sc acres upwards, well watered and timbered. Adjacent to good markets at Cranbrook, Fort Steele, Elko, Fernie, Morris-  sey, etc.  The well known prairie grc.ur.d on the Kootenay River, near Foit  Steele, is being subdivided and is especially suitable for Fruit, Vegetables, Hay aud Oats, with good range for cattle adjoining.  Some line Stock Ranches on the Kootenay and Elk Rivers. Lines  of Great Northern nnd Crow's Nest Railway within a few miles.  Terms���One-fifth down.    Balance in four years at 6 per cent. a  Also excellent Fruit Ranch, about 30   acres,   on  Kootenay Outlet,  near Procter, 18 miles from Nelson,  ���with strawberries and fruit trees,  income paying investment.  About 7 acres under cultivation  Irrigation     Ditch. A     good  ,a   B  p-a-=ac*   j:  <rs  1  V*^  &CO.  SOLE AGENTS  UU  f  tfiii  * *<<?"  Poco, Kor ono  and nil the popular  Cameras, nt reduced  prices.  All the iieccs.s.'ir  plies   for   printing  vcloping     and    mount  ing.  ry sup-  ls=  U<   I'i   Mt_U��*��ftJMl'    ���*   t.V'U  I  Eastman Kodaks & Cameras  -fgXXZzcsss,  Uovolstoko 11'orrtUii.  Tlio Liberal-Consorvativo vuHy goes into  tho coming light wiih ovory prospect of sue-  COB?, and a succoss so growl, that, ovory opposing factor will boovonvhol��Md by tho demand  of tho pooplo for good, vlwn govorninont by  mon united upon a oMaihi hot of principles,  and propared to hLivjmI by thoic. Torn by internal dis.seiiHioiM,. and with irrosponsibbn  units dallying (dilution, baits Wovo t'.v Lubw  and .Socialist olwuonts, tho Liberals present, ic  chaos of disrupted, factions, that will .hIIm  many yeara to, ooalogfio. And ho, at tho 1 acep-  tion of party-lino govummount in llritisb Columbia,. Iho Cimsorvotivo \r.*ri,y appeals to tlio  pooplo and is prepared u�� s,t..v.nd or full by llm  acceptance or, rejection of hn platform. -5mnl  that platform is one whiidiii must oommjimo!. ut-  Bolf to thouo who Itavti tho i��toroutn oil tho  province ait bonrt.  Dawson's Perfection Scotch  EXTRA SPECIAL  This whiskey will please connoisseurs.    It is a  high  grade   well-  matured spirit of excellent bouquet and except, for age,  is  the same  'quality as Dawson's Old Curio (Over 20 years old).  Jli^sD!oc"?ivAR E- Ferguson & Co., Ne!son,-B. C.  T  T  T  T  T  r  ->  SOLE AGENTS FOR  zelwoo  d Ice Cream  cDonald's Confectionery  Baker Street, Nelson  e. b:. btraohan  P!umber and Gasfitter  Estimates Given  on General  Plumbing,  ^ Sewer Connections, Etc.  I      Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  JUST ARRIVED  Oftho Latest Fashions  Honlcli TwhmIh, l.iMKlHllili^Hti'iitlicniin,  Mill   lli'lwiil'p   Hi'i'ifi'H,     A   Mini  linn nl"  I'Mllllm.','.!  Ill' lllNli.'U  Hlyll'S.  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Hum inhloii nnd nil Inl'oriniillnn, 11 rply  turn lonoiIn r wllh   nil   imihih nl lolv, 1 Hiilnif, I 1.0 inrn.1 iikciiIn, ni'to  vour lnloiohl In i-nlil i'Iii'iu  will ',,o,iiiiiii I,.111 '   iii'oporiv   of llm hiiIini'i ihi'i', 11111I111'   Moni.liin '  4ofnnAol.onlll.lod   " An Act, lo imii nd tlio , ,,������������������. i.   , ,���ivr v  Mlnonil Act, IUIH)," ��� , l'I'H;_;.,i>,,ll,,'UV   , V��vi'  tjATIIWUINIcr Dli'MAlNW.     I JMlll.rilMH.Aljl,,, A. IJ.l.A.  JJntud lliluf.Ui<liiy or J'Vlii'iuirj'.Uua. I Nuluon. Vuiuionvur  {  h  \  y & Co., i   ;  me  Hardware Co. .*. 1  f*NMty*WTMn<wfiFW|'tW*��W''MW pn>^i3��l��T,l'i|EBtTln7Wf*^l,a!l����^ [nw^j^wfiwrt^  1    f ' >>   , i       . U  !        n        a ���     ,    '        w\  1��  r,t��  {  lpw��^r��  i  t  *f  i  n  H ���i, flaMwra��iiti-MHI��..r," -n -"imm.^^ ->.....^.-n|��� ...  "���*.��i-w.w..--ih.||^���^  ^?������7<��^^ H,^^j?^arariW,g. a ,  THE   NELSON    ECONOMIST  ;}  ft  s  "-���3  m  TALE OF A SLIPFEB.  "Madame, vrqr.Id you mind if I ac-  sompauicd Francois to liia mother's  homer"  "No, I am perfectly willing, but bo  back by 11 o'clock."  "Madame may bo assured of that;. Wa  shall be hero long beforo 11. Pierre ia  down stairs, arid if madams should need  anything"���  "All right. You mny go, Marietta,  &nd remember, 11 o'clock."  Tho Countess of Laisparo had left ha  chateau iu tho neighborhood of Coui-  pieguo, and leaving all her servants.,  with tho exception of her maid, whom  she took with her to Trcuvilki, intended  to stay a few "weeks in Paris���long  enough to see all that v.-as new and interesting���and divert herself with whatever offered itself in tbo way of novelty.  Mariette, her maid, was delighted  with tho idea of tho short sojourn iu  Paris, for sho could gco her fiance, a  brother of tho janitor of the apartment-  in which they wero stopping.  Mme. Laispare, :i pretty widow, was  a trifle fatigued by a day spent in "'going from tailor to dressmaker, from  dressmaker to milliner. She was stretched comfortably iu a reclining chair, and  her wholo attention, after her maid's  departure, waa centered iu ;i book sho  Was reading, It was intensely, interesting, and sho read on until midnight  without noticing how quickly time waa  passing. Tho sound of tha clock striking 12 aroused hur.  "Is it possible! I had no idea it \rns  so late.   And where is Mariette?"  Suro that her maid had not yet returned, sho passed out on tho littlo balcony from her drawing room, overlooking Fricdland avenue, and began looking vainly for the Qgures of Marietto  and Francois.  After a short timo, as they did not  appear, sho began to feel anxious and a  littlo irritated. In her impatience she  ntruck her foot repeatedly against the  iron railing of tho balcony, and directly tho heel of her slipper caught, iu  tho ironwork, tho slipper was pnlied  from her fecit, _yM, falling, just escaped  =��a JV.ca oi a iaio promcr:"1"'- who3  etond star eazins fceuf><i f W tho balcony.  "��� Well," said bo to himscuf, ''ices  begiu. This slipper didn't fall on my  head from heaven. It camo, evidently,  from that lighted window. I thought,I  saw aflgnro thero a moment ago. Weli,  then, hero goes."  Concealed iu a corner of tho balcony,  tho countess had watched the pantomime, feeling all tho timo a strong desire to laugh. Tho man, in approaching  the light, had given her a chance to ob-  Borvo him minutely. Ho appeared young  and good looking; iu dress and bearing  ho was all that could bo desired. The  young woman told herself that ho had  a very distinguished air, and yo sho felt  not at all alarmed when ho approached  tho door of tho building aud rang the  belL ,.   .  ,-���.,..., .   '  As no ouo responded tho first time, n  second followed it, and then a third,  prolonged, energetic and loud, which  met with uo greater success than the  first iyrs....  "iia wilt wakorw every ono m tho  apartment houso escort that sleepy  headed janitor. What shall I do? 3  ilon't seo anything but to go and opcu ii  myself.''  ��� And accepting hei* part; boldly tho  coiintosa descended tlio staiiii, blaming  Marietto sovoroly for having put her in  such a position. Opouiug tho door a  crack, sho said:  "A thousand apologies, monsieur,  aud ploaso givo it to mo quickly."  But such hasto was eniiroly outsido  tho plans of M, do lu Brioro, tho man  ivho hold tho slipper.  "In truth, miidtuno, I regret exceedingly not being ablo to grunt your request, but thtf object which I huvo just  found i:i, I think, rather precious, and  you will understand that I fool a certain responsibility. Ii' tho (slipper Ih  yours, it will of courso fit you, and will  you allow mo to assure myself by tho  formality of trying it on?"  "Your coiiBuionco, nion.siour, him n  vory koeu tilgo, but aa you aro not uatis-  flod in Koeing mo standing hero on ono  fool; I KiippOrio I uiiirit. submit to tho  proof you ask for,''  Sho Kimted horsolf in ono of tlio lai'uo  antique enidi-n In tho hull nnd p'llm.a  outlier littlo font watched him uh lio  gravely iltlcd Iho ..lippo!-upon ifc. Tlm  IiiHtiuiti it wild on tho i'i ii it wun withdrawn and dlHupitourod ln'iioutli hev  flliirt, whilo llono do lu Ihhro unn.o,  ��oiiunvliiitdinaonoai't(Hl, J,luin, l.!ilnpuro,  KtutidiiiK on both foot thi.'i Mino, uiiulo  hiin tho inoHfc griu'.louu und ul; llm mono  timo tho moot ironical ol! down, und  oponiiif? tho door wide motioned tlio  young man out with a goHtuvu in whktli  tlio grace did not, hhlo tho authority.  But ut tho moment; when, duchiedly  clinRiinoil and confucml, l'luno wan  about to ohoy tho cotiniuiiul a loud vo-  port nuu'lo ilfioli' hourd a littlo (Uatanou  from thorn,  Tlio oonutoBH, novov tlilnlctng lliafc ifc  WM tho ovo of July 14, a day which all  Pavlfi oolohrutoir with ovory vavluty of  tloiiioiiiiti'iitiou, tlioiiglit only nl' a pbitol  nliofc and rol.be.ru. I'tonioiiilwrliig dial;  Hho wan ulono, uho grow frlglitanod mid  wltiliod to IciuVp with hor tlio ntviingcr  whom hIio hudiilreudy impvewdvoly dis-  iniiiHod, 'Rono uuduviilood tlio ultuiil.iou  lu   aa. iunUmt   ami  dolorniliuul  whin  ���yjvl; lio would pfuv 111 f.l'i'0  llt-lllj '.',! i'umh,  5'lowlttl. prnl'iimily, lio Hindi; an if to con���  fcliiuo bin dopui'l.iii'o.  ".Monnioiir, did ,,-oi' ��iol; lu.-nv It?"  "J'nrl'i'otly, liuiduiiu,; a jilcl.i.l Flint;,"  "Thon thoro aro tldoveii in tho nolgh  linrhoniiy"  "It; Ih very prnba.'lo, mid now thai; I  think iit'   il; 1 n.iiinnib'r (ibiiorvlng n. 111:-  tlowbilo ago a very villiilnu.i.i louUiuii  follow prowling iihout',"  "I huvo In -a it I no cry"���  "Porbupii Iho lilmli niiwiod,"  "Aro you not  visiting noinothing In  Koln/J out now?"  " Without; iloubti, uiiidamo.   But J do  not; hoc) any other way. You havo iihown l  sua dourly that my jwohuhco hero in iu  opportune,   aud I do not wish  to intrude."  "Really, monsieur, I am afraid fox  you, and, to be frank, for myself too.  My maid has uot yet returned, and if I  were not afraid of troubling you I would  ask you to wait until she comes in."  Ecue blessed his lucky star and replied respectfully, "I am happy to do  you eg small a service.''  Tho hall was lighted brightly, and  ;h��:y seated themselves in the big chairs.  There was a moment's awkward pause,  nud then M. de la Biero told his name  and tho countess followed his example,  which put them at their ease. A literary man of great talent and merited  reputation, a thorough inau of tht  world, Eerie waa able to judge Mme.  Laispare at her true value, and the  estoem he felt for her character as he  knew it must be was added to tho profound admiration her beauty awakened  In him.  Graceful aud pretty, she combined  With perfect regularity of feature a  mobility of expression, and in hor clear  eyeii tho depth of her nature revealed  itself. They talked of travel, of literature, of music, of painting aud found  on all theso subjects thoy possessed a  remarkable similarity of tastes. The  situation was a peculiar one and possessed tho charm of its novelty.  learning that she was a widow, JRene  dar,_d to ask her if, young and pretty  as sho was, sho had nover thought of  niaryiug again. Sho responded, with  sudden sadness that her marriage had  not mado her happy; that hor husband  had not treated her with great kindness. Her illusions had been so utterly  destroyed that sho felt certain tho only  chance of happiness lay in keeping forever her liberty, full and entire. Rene,  under tho spell of a sudden enthusiasm, began to plead with ardor a cause  which ho almost felt to be his own. He  trivd to convince her how uujust she  wj��j in thus condemning beforehand any  truo lovo which might be offered to hei  because her first ehoico had fallen upon  a man incapable of appreciating his  happiness and proving himself unworthy of it. He grew eloquent, animated, persuasivo and ended his pleading so full of warmth and youth by saying:  "There exists an old Persian legend  which places whosoever finds a woman's slipper forever under tho influence  of its owner. * ask for nothing better  than to bo allowed to fulfill tho prophetic legend and remain all my lifo in the  spell of tho dainty slipper I found tonight."  And did j-he countess allow herself to  bo convinced? Lovo and confidence  work miracles. It ia certain that when  Marietto returned sho waa hob scolded  and her excuses wero-a accepted in full  And later it was rumored that the  chateau near Compieguo had obtained a  masfcor.���Translated from tho French  tan w'asniugtpu Times.  A London Lsd'a Prayor.  "W. Pett Ridgo, tho London writer,  makes a Londou boy iu ono of his stories offer the following rather original  prayer: "Lord, wilt thou 'ave tho kind-  r.8ss to mako mo grow strong and tall  aud with plenty to say for incself, aiM*  wilt thou do this as soon as thou caj>  find time, so's to savo mo oxpouso and  wasto of money that might bo used in  other ways���say for a cricket bat. 3^  liovo mo, Lord, thy obedient servant  A. Martin."  He roue. Ho was half way into his  blno flannol bed gown, when an important idea occurred to him, and ho knelt  down again quickly.  "Should 'ave mentioned," ho whispered, "Elfred Martin of G3 Cawstlo  Kfcreofc, jost ovor Surrey sido of South'arlr  bridge."   _ ^   Special JDUtlnotlon of American Woirten.  Mrs. Amelia Ooro Mason writes a paper  on "Club and SaloiiV for Tho Century.  Mm. Mason says:  It will, 1 llilnlc, bo eoiu'cded that tho  special distinction of the Anii'rlcan woman  does not lie In hor Inli'lleut ur her loavn-  liqv, lii'lllluut gifts and ullainnuuilH to n  certain point may Indeed bo oxeopiloniiHy  frequent, but they hiivu oflon Luion equal,  oil, 11! not nxoooiletl, In tho past. It lli's  rallier in hoptalonl. for in Ill/in/; luiowloilgo  luul adapting It to vl.ilbln enilH. To it  coiiihliiiiilon of many talents hat boon  milled nun lo miiko thorn all avallalilo. It  Ih oK.."uiillally a (nlnnl, for "uit1\1ii;{".-Ih  other wiii'il.s, a tuluiit I'm' iuktcsm, either  Willi or without inlollocliwil ability of n  high order, and coiisIhIh largely In a keen  ln.'il,;lil.  ii.-*   lo  servlce.'il In Millies, with   u  inui'Ui'il fiuilllly I'i inching nulloiiii pnlnlh  and using llieiu t/r lliu WA, u-lvuniugo.  Tlio result. In thai, no women In tlio world  havo so iniieh viirallllty or iiiaUu u lluls  UnowliHlujo go no far,  r.ixiii oiniiiilriK Hul.iitiiiH'i'H.  Copper.���Oxiillo mild Im good for oopport  ulso vinegar and call,  HIlM'V. ��� T")  0110    tl'UKl'.OOIlflll    of   Cll'Ollfl  ammonia mid three leuspuniifulH of walot  nnd iMilllohuiti whlllng to form a paslo,  Hub on tlm silver Willi canlini flannol.  When ili'.Vi remove wiih clean, dry canton  llunnel and polish wllh oliamolK,  Is'U'hol Hale,���To remove riisli from  nlolu'l plain givnt-o wllh nil, lot; stand two  duys or num) and ivmovo with a olotli  (ll|i|!od In iiiniuonlii, If iiii'slHtoiil;, usodb  lulo hydi'oi;li|ui'lo aohl and pollnli with  trip-ill,  U.T.i of Animonlii,���Ono toaspooiifiil to  ono qiiavl. water niiiUoii a wash for paint;  Will brighten silver If used, (.hio ton-  ni'itiniiful to ono pint of hut, suds, then polish with ohiiinolH. A few dropH on iiowh-  paper will jiollsb wlndnWH, Mix u fow  drops with ii little hot water, rub on  grease spot, pluco bloMIng paper ovor and  Iron wllh warm Iron, timxl for elounliin  lialrhi'iishoH, Will kill arid on clulhon,  Add ohloi'ofnrni to restoro eolnr, Will  brlglitnii eiirpela If rubbed wllh olotli  wrung out, In ammonia and wider, Omul  for removing odor of perspiration on skin,  llunix lu Laiindry.-- Loosens illrl;,  Rhiutlil bo lidded in slaroh for gloss, (lnod  to d rlvn away Im-Tols,  Copper holler may liu cleaned with oX'  alio ai'ld nr salt, and vinegar, follnwlnn  this with a eliilh dipped lu l.ei'ii:.elie, tlmll  With a dry (diii.li, A bit nf lemon will dn  tho samo wnrk,  '/llli'll,-���Mix Willi Ing to ll I'll: to will)  nmniimla. Whon dry, cub off wllh I1ii.ii-  linl. Siniikii tiiuliis ou colUn. s froiii lumps  may ho lomoviid by washing lu slronu  ooila wuIdi-.  Clean ntuluiul woodwork with cold toil,;  plua iimlntsd wood.  ~rC~ j_xLLie Drown SeeH.  A little brcAv-n seed way dov.-n in the ground  Was EieepiiiEj so hard he heard not a sound  Till iho robin csllc-d in a voice so shrill,  Ee slct'iniv said, "Ch, robin, be etili!"  "Wake!" _aid the robin.   "Oh, Jchimlii. jump  up!  Sou'ro lato.   It's most time foi-S7veet butter--  cui).  STou ir.urit come first, dear violet, you know.  Johnnie, jump up, jump up and grow!"  6a o .imiiie avi-oka and pushed out of bed,  Fir^t his fc'roeii leave:;, then y.:ilow head.  It mauo liiia s>o happy to .sen the sunlight  Bolted so the robin tad siaid, '-You wer��  i-ii-htl"  ���Child Garden.  Tho Test Kxplalncd,  A littlo girl of 4 j-cjirs'ljud learned tho  Bible test "I.uve ono another" at Sunday school. HIio rejjiratV-d it <u'!sr return-  u:^ homu, und her mother Uiliiai her if she  knew what it meant.  "Why, of rouree 1 do," ��ho replied. "It  means that I must lovo you nnd you must  love ine. I'm ouo aud you're auother."-���  Kxchuiigo.  Difference Between 9Ien and Women.  ���\Voineti niighfc perhaps bo said to belong  to a more primitive type of humanity thun  nieu. "While n)ei) pluco an interval between thought and act, women arc apt to  follow feelings directly in a half instinctive wr.y. In other words, while men,  through reflection, base their actions on  consciously reeogimcil general principles,  women are wont to respond emotionally  to indiridunl and concrete cuses. This is  tho reason why the hitter so often show  more ready tact and intuition, more conservatism and coiiscientiousness, but less  originality, than the former. This comes  out curiously in school lifo. If when a  theme for an essay is set to a mixed class  of young men and women distinct directions be given as to form, method and  length, and tho sources of information  named, the young women will do best.  If, on the contrary, no directions or references aro given, and tho pupils aro left to  shift for themselves," so that research and  originality are called for, tho young men  will do best. I have often made this experiment.  "We may say, then, that, whilo men are  best fitted for those occupations that call  for reflection, original thought and the  discovery of new principles, women are  best fitted for those that call for the ready  application of old and well known principles This is attested in numerous ways  by tho facts of history. Women cling to  old habits, customs and fashions, not tc  opeak of superstitions and religions, much  longer than men; while they rarely show  themselves inventors even in their own  sphcro of activity. The sewing machine  was tho invention of men, and so no doubt  were the loom and tho spinning wheel.  Slen acquire and produce; women receivo  and preserve. And along with this mental  difference goes a physical difference. Men,  as a rule, are larger, stronger and more  aggressive; women aro finer, moro tender  and moro sympathetic. This of course implies no inferiority ef one sex to tho other,  jrauin types of character aro equally essential to social well being.���Professor Thomas Davidson in l,-oruin.  The correct shape is very narrow, an almost perfectly round band.   A plain gold ring that car-  |f ries our stamp is acceptable to every bride as a guarantee of good faith and good quality.    The good %  Ji judgment ofthe groom who buys the wedding ring at any of our stores finds absolute confidence in ^  X "the heart of the bride.    The price is satisfactory.    The quality is guaranteed.  A Co&tls- Game of Chess.  On the day preceding the night on wh?<;&  General Washington had determined ta  cross tho Delaware rivor, Dec. 25, 1770,  and attach tlya British army at Trenton  an Englishman in the neighborhood dis-  pitched his soil with ai noto to the British  commander, General Haiti, to warn him  of thu approaching danger. Tho general  waa deeply absorbed in n game of chess  When Iho noto was presented to him and,  "yithout withdrawing his attention from  tho board, thoughtlessly put tho noto into  his vest pocket.  After thu battle that; took place thu next  dny, when I ho "British, commander, mortally wounded, was eavrlml Into tho houso  of Mr, Htaooy Potts, tho noto was found  unopened in his pocket.  Tho IJoy and ni�� Knlfo.  Whittling as an amusement is probably  not no common now iw it was half a century ago, when toys ol nil kinds wero  much less ninnoroiui. While every ouo  should rejok-o la tlio many sports' and  varied devices which ut present contribute  bo muoh to a boy's mental ami physical,  development and glvo him tho steady and  skillful hands so useful In after life, still  It Is to bo regretted If In our days of baseball and lunula, of amateur printing  prnsRPS and "kodaks," tho ingenious urns  of Iho jnckknlfothat has niado tho Yankoj  hoy proverbially a clever whlttler ehould  become a losb art,���B. L. Koblnson iu Bt  Nicholas.  Wny to Tout OrleiitiU Rug*.  Iii buying nu oriental rug ono caudle-  oriiiiliiaU) butwiiou tho Imitation and roiiu-  [no, not hy tho color or pattern, which  niny ho copied, hut, hy a careful examination to Hen.If (inch stitch Ih knotted, If tho  Htltch is knotted and It Ih Impossible to  pull It out, the rug Ih genuine Turkish,  Whether tho wrap i.-i cotton or wool, but If  ono cuii pull tho"Mitch out lt Is Imitation,  no inal lor how closely color and put I era  follow tlio original. Thu iiiiiiinur of touting Ilio <|iuillt.y of tho rug Ih iis followo:  A livo euiil Ih dropped on thu rug and allowed lo hui'ii a llltlo, When lb Ih ro-  moved, a yellowish mark will ho loft. If  UiIm can ho bi'iiHlied off with the hiiro���,  leaving tho original colors unnllered, lti In  a Hiiro pi-oof of thu geiiiilnoiKiHHof tlie rug.  It Ih nccuHHiipy, lv.nvuvoi', for ono to bo a  noiinolHHt.nu' In rugH In order to bo able to  cllHoi'linlnatn between tho (|iialltl<iH of rugs  of vni'loiiH coiinti'liiH and to understand  tho ago of thi) rug from tho InloiiHlty of  tlio liiKlcr, Homo of tho rugH which llml  tholr wny horn hiivu been diimagml, hut ho  rklllfully restored that to the nyo of tho  uninitiated they iiuoni In pnrfuefccondition,  Many of theso havo liunn cropped to remove Hlgp.M of wcdi'i whioh ruduooH not  only the I'li'hnesH mid depth of Ihn pile,  hut nlTcclH the durability of the rug ai  well, nnnwiged spots nro also fi'oi|uont.1y  touched up w.lth water colors and a lino  brush, a deception easily discovered If the  Mloi'H ure wiped over with a iioft ninth  nomnwlinl. moistened,, ��� fc.au Ifraiiolao*  Olironli'lo.  Tlm Ono Tluit, Dooiiii't Hunt,  Mamma (pulling her Utile girl to bed)  ���NVhy, Dorothy, I thought, you woro going (o run a men wllh yourself I  Dorothy (undressing very slowly)���Yea,  vmmiinu, but I'm lliuuuu that don't bout,  foil tiuu, ���-Kicluin.Jii.  TtiiinUrrny'n l'lnli  Itnnnot*.  It, has been noilccd Unit. Thackeray wan  fond of putting pink homiuls on such of  hhi lady ehaiaclci'., as were to ho iipcchilly  fascinating, Tlm nlcrmil (and Infernal)  Becky worn one, llm mushy Amelia wor*  ono ou her wedding lour (very probably  on her iiccond odd also), and tho dashing  Beatrix also net on* her beauty by thU  niounu, ���Kxchango. *  Jewelers and Engravers  Nelson  Rossland  Trail  MONTREAL^ Sole Manufacturers of the "Pinto Shell Cordovan" Gloves and Jvlitts  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.  Choquette Bros.  i E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  One seven-rcomed house and  one three-room house  for rent.  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  0��e Lot on Stanley street, opposite Royal  Hotel for sale at a bargain.  SEE ANNABLE  A EMAOSLAND, 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  Merchant Tailor,  Tremont Blk. Buker St, Nelson  JOHN  McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincia!  Land Surveyor  Op. B.C. Customs House, Nelson,  nntin  We Print  n >>,  Letter iHcrads,  Bill Heads,,  Statements,  Note Heeds,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc., Etc.  The Economist  Co  Bartlett House  (Kunni'i'ly l!liii'l(��' llniiHi')  The lii'Hi il |ifr ilny house In Ni-Ikuii,  Nun,, hul   whlln  hi'lp <'lil|iliiyril.    Tlie lull'  llm hl'Hl,  G. W.  Bartlett,   Prop  - QU OoiitHim.'H 1i>r thru < nioi-llm' iiiiimMrtililti.  f.v Kiu-li i.i nt,.I,,.|- r.'ctl.i * ) hn lili'iul I'liilinrriiii  uviiry |iniiilll,in<'linliii|!iililiii!iii:ui'lili(li-<iln,MVm.'ul  i.Mil liiHUiinn.nt.ivl iii.7V mtii*'o on,ill im,nth, l;t  |i|>.(iir In Ml; ul.i'i u l.'cvUliciitai i,l .1lniiilK-rn|il|i  w)ii��i!julvu��tliojirl\'li',<ii nf iJliib Himiii ht How  Voik Clly,imil 11 liuyinn lll.ni'iil.iiro, niii��ln or iim-  '. hIhuI Iniitriiniiiri-N of nny il'mur-liiUmi ittwIiuluMtlo  prliuiH, mivlntr ynu trmn'lifS tn��o%'oii ymir Jin--  '  oliniiiik.iioii'l, full l.ojnlnu'.iiniiii. Von will iroMiiucli  K lliiini limn ymii-iniiiiiiy'iiv/orlti, MUTIUl. ' "I'Ieu-  Altv-MimifiOi.iiii, Dupt,     , IBONuhiiiui n>�� W.V,  ia'iiriwtiiriffnDiiaM_iffuK__.il  WADDS BROS.  'HOTOGRAPHERS.If  Vancouver nnci Nelson !  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  B. C   '  NclsonTent &AwningWflrks  All kimlH (ifCunvfts Work   nuule  u> onlor' Camps supplied on shortest    Imotioi-" :u\d lowest prices.  M1   ,       ,���        ,        ,   ���    (      Mail! orders  receive   careful  Also   dollies   dcrtiH'.l   nnd   Ko- ��,,.,., .,,,;.,  l,auetK \     Nothing    but    f^sb    !\>��l  wholesome nieals and supplies  Complete Stock of Stationary  Ordero by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET,  NELSON,  B. C.  Wlioli'Hiiln und IKilull  Dl'llllM'MlU  Boyington & Rqss.���  257    BAKER    ST.,    MELSOM-J  kept iu stock.  E. C. TRAVES. Hanager  W. G. Gillett,  Builder   and   Contractor  Kstimiites  given on stone, brick  and woodwork.  Brick and Lime for Sale  Fred. J. Squire  TciiIh mul AwnliifCrt iiiiuln mul roiuilri.il,  iMiitlilni; I'U'iiiiinl ��"il nii'iiiliul.  Over the Wallace-Miller Co., Nelson  r iff*  ��-iC'  h 'I  JOB     PRI^ITIWG  THE   ECOfWllST   OFBCE  WSTOHB  TT i I  y**tftW*twmw$'*WT:,**!*i^^  ��   Jf  tf,.-  v*t��  V,FT  *fn W^llHlif    ������.  <rfctnl*��^    _,(������,       I*.   LffJfl'lVl   HviMJ-N     nor.^,   ttt     \/i  ^, **,^iit^(*(    $   f     .^mJ^^i   t    v     i-,-_   H   U  Ttl      tyyn*  (,'��      ^i   u    ii^pii,^   !,&,,      ��^     j ^W��Y   >. t wit? f , ,M<M  if    MW  /'vSt    Aft    *rtU-   lij^m m^ n-8 ^���' -rV    Uvif+'r       ��| ���(    i  i i ii        i i   y  ��wyf if^��raMi**<nrmi5  ,swr��$ wtowt����*^^*^w^ .    a Jf.  S5>  _�����)_.  ���"? ��:  I I���       i^    ~"~  4     ��   ^3^^  <��������  MjjBim ���mi  ^r  h3^7-  i��^ .. r-i .K r Tff-! a ���' "h^^��.  *   --H- ��� /^...A^f^.&^Sik  THE   NELSON    ECONOMIST  ". i  1)  Al  An  (A  !*>  /��%  ��  &^'%/^^i^'?^^^^.^l2y^'^iS^f^^  t  f7n  .-^  /^ p; 5 HS-.  ~ 3 '  ���i��3=  Perhaps a community 1'iat   h:is   to!  orated some of the  am.-itt.-ur perfunn  ancej that  \vere jj.;v-��.'u in Uio d t.v <lu.-  injj tlie winter shoul-.l not be too l.itu-r  in its complaints a^aiast the outfit thai  umlei-took the production ol' a noisiU-  si-tipt  play,   "The   <>Ki    Dairy   Home-  sl.-ad," here last Momlay evi-iiin:,'. Tii-  pii-i-e   itself   was     ahsolaO'ly    witin.m  uient, ami iheanlhor ofil, if ever ilis-  eovered, should >>ei'a>t into a dungeon,  A.  remain there the  rest  of   his   lile.  T.iere id notsane line in the whole dialogue, and so far as   tlie audience were  eoneerned, the "aetors'-' iuii?ht just :i-  well have  come on   the  stage  ami  uttered any words that were su<:__o.sU'd at  the moment.    The company was even  worse,   if   possible,   than    the     piece.  AVith a great demand  for  laborers in  the agricultural districts and elsewhere,  there doe3 not seem to be any good reason why/our or'live men should fritter  away their time making  pretension ol  inurderiug    innocent      maidens     by.  throwing  them   down   make    believe  wells, and threatenin<_  to rob  them of  fortunes,    when    the      last    month's  balary      has      not     yet     been    paid  and there is scarcely live dollars in the  box office.    The limitations of the English language preveut an  adequate  de-  Mjriptlou  of this   harrowing perform-  anue,    but  Madame   Vernon   and  her  company' can   rest  assured that they  h ;ve honestly earned the distinction o!  having   given   the    worst   exhibition  yet seen at  the  Nelson   Opera House,  hoc   even   excepting  the  -memorable  production of '-Jane" by local amateurs  imi tlie 33th of April of this year.  The committee in charge0of the celebration report satisfactory progress,  and'everything now points to a successful evjgnt. An attractive feature  will be the presence of the New Wost-  niinster lacrosse' team, a combination  that stands second to none in the Dominion of Canada. The programme  iviil include everything that goes to  r.i ike up a successful celebration, and  it is expected that Nelson will be  crowded for two days as it has never  been before. Much of the successof  the celebration will depend on the citi-  /...���ns, and nothing that can be done to  , tn-iiigabout thedesiied re.-nlt should be  left undone.  At the home of the bride's parents,  Mr. and JMrs. E. 11. .Stubby, last Monday afternoon, Walter Clayton was  in iriied to Miss Kuby M. Htubbs, Itev  .1. II. White performing the ceremony.  Tin* young couple were tlie recipients  of many handsome and useful presents.  The Casino Comedy company will  occupy the boards at the Nelson Opera  JI Hue Monday and Tuesday evenings  of next week.  I'^-ATl v.i*---- A7i i,'A j.* 7^7..  t   -.'.rf.-7-���      ..--/r ^ j  i^_  L-h_--;t    *^Af i - / f.  U:rA^-/    I    v-'  A^AA .1   i  /J Ay A  "7I  ii   gas  I J  1    i   ��  *6  jfi'.^ar.ra  '*%:  'V  y iv  y        <.���v-  !!.'���: a pi-:  :i".  ;�����   >n2 * V. _  : A N  -:">.  a  UltjiiiiiZUV  Ui IJA)n  AA  yy  m  mi  \ \\   '}.jyy--o  j p ^! c 13 n s  Baker  f-A:-f  <y  A.  CA  father has been f-taSi-.iied. In \'i.-;o:-i.-i  no cier ;vm:in waa ju.i(i \u ]_}.^\_,._. ,.ri.  teem than iU-v. l-'atlier Alil.t.ii. There  were a larjje numiKM- of vi.-.hinu- el; nry-  me:i here to i-articip-ale i:i the celebration   of the  event, amoug.-i   others  ltt. iiev. JJisbop   Doiib-.nweli.iir, >'  flT.I ~ __"!"'.: :\ t-r:, ��� r.i - -r-'-.-| r. ns  ! ��|i-i ".}���;< !a.-s ; iii-- t-t ,-:��� '. i. ;''-������'��  y'J:5yi��t:!..'-.i!l;'i.    I Ll\ s fUnilS.  7;i,>;,:  1.  'i'i:  !' I fit-- ;  :i: ilcvviH  '���veil, o!  being  New Westminster. The ceremonies  were of the most impressive character.  At 10:30 iu the morning l.igh mass was  celebrated at the Church of Mary Immaculate, ai| the visiting clergymen  participating. In tlie evening a bau-  ijuet was held, afa-r which there wasa  vesper service. After the vesper service  an address was read by Mr. Cigot. mid  a purse of ��:!00 in goid was presented  to Father Althoii'by Mr. 1'ateuaude on  behalf of the congregation. 'J he children of the parish also made a presentation of a silver mat-.-hbox containing  $V2Q to Father Aithoir. The oeremony  of blessing the bell took place in the  evening. Altogether the occasion was  one in which both priest and Opeop!o  are to be congratulated.  v   in   inula ;���:.  I lie i7:'i;i Vail 1!  ,'!:,��� dei-i li.!���)!:���'���  " 1 !:e JhJ-iAan  S.'liU-:n!x��i'l:i;li. Ilii;  :i jvii.T.i-ins lin! jH'.IU  arial   r,  a I'M.li'nl <���; i-iiil-  I ! !ie:i-i-ie;ilr,ii;  ���Jacob(Jreen writes that tlio forthcoin-  in.' celebralioli should be made an oc-  c.iUiiii for a gathering of old Cunaoian  miliiliiinen now in flic Kni.teiuiy. Mr.  l.iveii oilers to buisli them up on Ihi.'ir  drill If it. .iunie.eiit iiinnber can begot  together.  The celebration of Iho silver jubilee  of Itev. Ful her AllhoU', last Wedni'S-  d iy, was an event, of great Inleriwi to  t'.iiliollc-i, and lo P.otehtaiits as well.  K.illuT Aithoir has lived in N'cl.imi  only ahoiit a ^ cur, bill during I hat lime  he has em lea red himself to all eili/.eiis  ini-pecllvo of rrligi'ou.s incllualloiis.  It I ins licon tlie Hiin ie wherever lhe Kev,  Beautify Your Cisthroom.  >Voulcl you tako up tlie very latest ideal  Then cover your bathroom, walls, ceiling  and floor, every inch of it, with oilcloth.  This is v. plan that has aroused much enthusiasm, und tho oilelolhed bathroom is  now exceedingly correct. Oilcloth is lest  expensive than tiling and even easier t.j  keep clean. It is made nowadays in so  many, patterns that every ono's tastes can I ia yaL-suiy mm  ho  suited, and,  though   thoso  that   havo , vmt^ AZ{lin M:OL"a '^ viri'-r<-i,;0i- la-osou'iii-  .    7, i     ,     , -    j, ��� i i'i! litt- I'l-nnuiua -.;i;vci n:iu:ai..  never seen a bathroom decked in this man-       ;,..Tl;ni. lhe .-,;ivL:?--k-aU iaat..si:i<.s or iho pre  :  :3  : ^  ' <"  i&  \$  >  $  I!  ���.ni u,.u-n in i ij.-.! v  i liliiii'm-iii :n!o[,ti(l in (.n-li,l:ei-, It-VJ, whieli is as    ,?  ' ii.,:iuv. s: I .a  ������'I'i, actively aic! in tl:c cer^tvucl irn el  i rails ilii-ue-j.'iiiiil ii;e e ml, ������.,���!<>; .��.-<l ]��,i-!i<uit..  ,,1' I !:���_��� ],;-'.vira-f and ! in- lin;i,!ii:-a ,.l'],i i.viia ia 1  meal;-reads ,,!' ju>!,ii.- m.-..--.-ss:iy.  "To ai'.wn: tin- jiri'iiaaa ^ ,'a !;i->veramt.'iii  owiii-l-alili: <i|' lailv. ay.HH in mi ;,-.,��� a���: I !,e ,.j> euin-  iH-.a]:,-; ;o,r 1 la- \i;r. I la-,- wili a:! uiii. alai l.n-  a;;,:),; ii.n el Oh,.- |,ri;u <.] -i.- ;!n,.i ;:-.. i...,:i;';.--siaaild  lt-i araali-d Iwaay i;.;i,,ay :-i!a|a.i,y v.-hu-:, j si  i!>.,.7 ni!l i::\,; iJh- ;:<,\a:iiiii:,,-al e.i ih-j [ui,.  vnu-i.- i-uninil el laies .i-.cr iiia-.a '.juaii^i-d, (.,-  itelhi-r v.'il !i :',:v. o]t: ien el'na:-.-ia:.-e.  " To ;u-!iveiy a>.-i.sf Ijy sia a- aid ialia-d,-  vel-ipiai-ii: (U'liie a.^iicalluiai lesem-cvsol'lln-  pi ie. nica.  1!. That in Hie iiii-iiii! hue an;! aal.il iho railway   i,elify   liliovt:  set   ieilh   (i,n   l.e ae-ceai-  lili.-'lii il, a !_ein.Tu! rail-.v.-iy  a-, t. be im.-si-il. ;;iv-  la^:  jreidoiii lutiiiinn-u'.-! railways undt-r far-  i l.ilii ;iii,ir-.,v..e.   nvr.laiieiis, a!i:ii.-.ii;-!..-i'..s   lo   the  |.-\?!iiu  that   Las  ivt.uin.-i;  m >:ua  cxlt-n.-ivc-  | I'jiii-.i'iiy   ciii:.^li-ui-r,iiii   ia   i!,u   l'i:iit'..l  Males,  v.'ii.ii mi laaOh  ikIviihi:,^  ;i; iimiIu anil  t-aia-  lia.'l\ e  :.'.. liiat in t-m-iiLira^-e the raii.inj; iaOuslry,  the m.\Lil:t'ii til'.ii:ei.iii!:',.-U)'as aiuies slim; la l'n-  i,n the huos el'a |,oiVualai;7-en the uul ]ire-  JiiH.  1. Tiait, ii-.e S'Vi-rniiii ill iiv.-i-.ershii) of teir-  pitone :-.\-sLvias sli-.nilil he Itroiijilil about as r,  iir.-si slei' '"��� 11"' ai-n'.ii..aui.ii of i-'aialic ai ihliis.  5. Thai a port leu ufovery <'oa 1 area heivafier  to be disposed ol shod Id he reserved Irani sale  or leit.se, mii that Klate owned mines may Ijc  easily atieessilise, il.llic-ir eiieraiioa l.iL-coints  ���iiir-t-L-f-.r-ary er adva-al.le.  (i. Th.-n in lhe ]iulp iaud ltases provision  i-iiould he made lo; ri ion sliu^ and lhat. steps  Kiiuakl be lalcen lor lhe general presei-val-ioi,  of lorcsi.s by jfuardiiij;- against, lhe wautt-iul  de-slrat-tioa of liin'oer.   <���  7. T'nai tni.: legislature and government o:  tlie ptovmee slaaikl persevere in the i:i;'o;l. li.  seeare tlie c-a.e.diiion of A.-ialie labor.  i. Thai 1 he ma iter of be I ter terms in I lie wav  piaropl'ial ions  for   tau   pi' '  e  nouse  urnishina  _     ���;{0ao s<^  B  Wc will offer a Special Cash Discount on  Carpets, Rugs, Art Squares, J'orlieres, Floor  Oil Cloths, Linoleums, Lace Curtains, Table  Covers, Window Shades and all House Furnishings.   Carpets sewn and laid free of charge.  Oy "> ^���t^^^'^'^^^W?^.^  i  1  ���  ^  1  .-  '*  ���I*"  ir  1        "  i  w=:s%  VlNL  *��  LL.    OC  Ti^A^.f-i.  v.cv may not  bo  inclined to think  so, a  bathroom that from top to too, as it wero,  V'l  viiie.e   be its.ieteii mid enevaaa^ed l.y the  i;,;-  pes.; iiai :..f  :i!,i-a:5ul i i,si,n.s dut ies on  lea...  i'j of nilelnl li it -\ verv s>rt-^t\r -ff-ir : lllia k';,tl l-'"odia:ls linpoi leu i;ili, Caliao.-,, am;  ���,,        -,  ,     ,     ,        y    A     ,A-'I,ai- ,    I that     the    Conservative    luenibi'is     oi    lie  Tho oilcloth chosen  should bo or  a pat- j Dominion !_,,_:,_  be.ur.uei;  a,   .-.iipport aa\  tern that close! y resembles tiling, and it is : moiion .ntii.de.-.ed for tin-h a mu-iosi-.  best to varnish it thoroughly.    Ono of tho !     "';.', \:}Z: A l^"1"!'i;u,��'sf>uvs. ahuosi, in-  11    ��� i \analil_   a-tiiu ii, sio.i Iiii-.s.iiui  ni.jaiy, hi..;.!.  lo ilit- pal lies aiivcil;, .etaaj, na.il anna,  il  pzettlest designs in the market���a design,  by tho way, that Is used in several well  iuovra Nov,* York houses���is of a white  ground with a blue figure. Tho border is  of tho "wall of Troy" variety. Anolher  good pattern is of green and white.���Kow  York Herald.  pl\blii-,l;7;iioal ion .should be passed lo provide  mean:, for a a amitaLiieailjnsimi ill nl sucli d.o  pnle.s !;e'nveeii i!nph.i.\, is and eiapii.jve:--..  11. 'lain ii is advis.-.ole io iisier lhe inann  lat lute ol ii,e raw i>iodi:e,s ol lhe province  v, illiiu lhe piovime i:s lar as piaelhnble !..;>  imaliti ol la.vala.n on -,he naiil raw priauii:.!-^,  sabjeei. lo i'i l.:aie ot the i-i l.u- in whoie or | a, i  when maimiaemreil la hiiii.-h  i.olniiil.ia.  ��� Tlio Ilnflued Wifo.  A woman cannot be nau-rlcd long  enough to render delicacy of behavior ami  nn exquisite) retirement inappropriate or-  unncccuK.-u-y. 'J.'ho wifo who lau.u,hod at  tho idea of being polito to her own husband had lost tho very track of homo happiness. Many a homo has been wrecked  becatiso the husband and wifo thuiiKhL it  needless to preserve a punctilious behavior  to each other.   Familiarity certainly brctido    Vnur,  l.aa.o,  Mimun, (iiaim  l.orlis,  i.,r,ea  Wood, I l.e   ill,-,' el   lii.,-.'iai.,l  alai   the   IhlV  ol  COKSERVATIVE CONVENTIONS.  Al n melinite of Ihe exeiaitive of (lie Provincial t.'oiJKi 1 vatl\ e A.-si eiaunli, held al  Vancouver, tne pu,\incc was divided imo  live divisions lol oi jili n lXi.1 K.n pill|:< i-'t s. 'ill,  K noli nay-l'.or.ndai y oiv:.;, a is iaaoe u;.,,.  I he lollowini; piovmeial enelaai disll iel.1-:.  ltevel.-ili.lii-,    lailliliiliiii,    Kcime,   t.'ianbl'. oi;,  oonteuipt.���Uaihoriuo Colo.  m.. ..      , .^ifc iiiitffcuri.^. M*n#i*��mi*-*J4*a*^.^a*aMa��,w.,,  KOOTENAY     .  .  COFFEE CO,  *ivns-*-* *-*-:W/l!':!:-SHi} WWft :{:-v;!iixj. :|K|r;i��.  Cnffee Roasters  .71 V'.."l'���"UJI,..U.V/,.'lt,-lV[/."'-^".-',.'/��*���' '}��� .,,��,..,���....,.,,.,   ���.. ,1, .��� .f. ,fc .r,l.".ll.t.M(-.i>-.vv.,.''^.' .���Vn .i.-.i. vi.-.it- ,t.. kii, . ,f  Wo lire illei'lntf nl lo'.venl pi'lern Ihn  hc,:l  I'rpiileHai i;,i,vinii, |iHlln,i;||]iia nnd .liiiiiui  >  lean,  i nurtlnm. Moeim miiiI   Invn I'oiTcn per  ...             ,,    |ii��niiil  u in  M.iKllll llllll .InVII, lllellil,!! peilllllM  I  IKI.J  I'llillllli llllMHl (Nlllee, I p.lllllda  |  n;| -  ��!>"(!||jl I'.lllllll CIiiilili-, II iniil llilH......... 1 III  Kin llli'llll (.alien, II poiimin  | m  Hji.'olnI llluinl ( \,y Ion i'iii, per p Hind, ,'ii:  fl TR'rtl. ORUEI? SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY'COFFfE CO,  Tolephmio 177.  I', 0. Box 1 a.1.  I ^::t   dakcr   ctp.f.cv,   ra-LGONH  ��icj.'Afsaxaissatxm BxararsiMsni'ii.-:!.  ���%-xt  rwiLLINERY.  Wllul'ii   l.lii-nu   lliiln,  Wlieii ft i.'iila peri'oi-uiiiiieu Is idven at (Ua  cipi-i'u at Madrid, I l.e ahosv of I,tee worn  by I he Irilii-H of 1 lie li,nun iiolilcs..,, |;, | i-uIy  feiiairkahle, and, lla.ii|;li Nahiahle j, \\elry  1,1 lllsii lo he s. id In 11 i-ii||.i|ilenilili, i" lent,  It. ia lia1 lure niaiilIda ami ('.oinieeii svlimh  j cm lao.l. worlliy nl' Ilia ailmllal Ion nf eon-  liiilm curii. ll, In rl.ranjjn I lull, llm craeo.  .,     . .,. _     .,    , ,. I '�����' imtlnnal i'luiliion of  wuarhii. iiiniitlUnit  Wcxlbtore to Jludaod   H^-y Company* fliui���i,taim��, iait tljiiiSmlia uudoubtwL  A liir^'i! slock  ol' M'lliiiery tiiirl  f.adics' Oiitiiti in;.;s.  Also J,tidies' 11,lit Coorls.  MRS. ENFIELD  Ifcr Frlunda I'crjilcjaul.       ':  Thoro are liClll   iiuiiKekeepe.r.s who hn.y.fc  of the ainoKl'.r, of  hniliiewoi-k they rn:) ne  complish iiiii! (lie early laatr at whiah il. is  perforaiol.     It in   umifitial  to liad   siieh a  woman nowadays outside of tlio eovern of  Homo iiTieioiit;  fioelal   Idi-itary, tto the fu.'ea-  eloual ajipeiu-aneo of (hu woainn with old  fashioned ambitions i.s   ittieresi.in;;.     'iho  modern, ordinary, ovaryilny  woman   wail  boastiiiK   uilldly (he other day nf i.onui of  licrKiuall dntiea performed when the hero  j Inu of  nnelnnli days  bro!(e   In   In lanes-of  MiiyioldliiK  niiperioi'lty, "Why,   I'm oilier  mornbiK 1 was up and mado my heila ni.d  bad my dlslu.'s washed  beforo hivnkfa:.!,."  4,\Vhatf"   said   the   astonialied    llsianer  "Yen," repealed tlio capable liiiiii;ekee|)i!i'.  "H was up and   niado liy bedn and waslaV  ffijjr (llslidfi  IIkS'iiim  break fash."     And   mm  KlSff frleudd nro wondei'liijf If iiho   Is Hint  riWflutai individual who leaves liar dinner  djliilhaj ��>v��rnl|?ht or If she  is u  modern  (!<(ppblrii.���Um' Yorlc 'I'liuen.  IJViV'Hii* iluhool r.iinidHHiii,  A7aJrfn'"b.7| n f t !).> I'll -ol lain 1-e.i'i ;-;,"il  iXli.lt> to lltnlii by lislli;,' H.'ihiuiii mixed wills  <r,��;j:o iiorl, nf nuuui or iiiiiilliiieiii.. A hit, nl  tunj;iiuiuitti> I'reSfilnj; left .over nniv ba n-'eil  WJth Mi. '.f'...y Ikli Is to Im (Inked iii,.- anil  rn.t>lw<:i lliil'jor. uuiooth paste, Cold hallnl  initiuuei itS.11 'lid liiiid or a ean of i,di;,n!. .  ifmed frniin (;h.;i oil, iiial whli lint, \\uu-i  Tiourail ovijtII to fid It entirely of tlm oily  llliV.'.r, llm 11 ill Ittlll.; Iilluwed In |;el. par  1'���l\\/ f-J-HiS i;��'!'on��i .'eln/; n.-vd In a s.-.a.d.  ITtits. 14 iHf�� lio ndiled ihiil.tliln (rcaiiiioiil  til ftdlill nf tmlllioii pills the Ih.h III e.veel  iit/Aeniiihl.l<ti liii'ivain in tliorlmlln.r i(l>-li  SW��lili?hM.ii|i|:er, Ihown brend Is be t  Oft' Ush (iitinbvk'lieH, us it iieoins lo lake  jiwmjv ony unyli'iiwinb iitivn;;tli of the (1 ,li  flkirtar.  A I'll, > Tuhlo,  A wivill.by lady who Is fond of ovporb  nii'iilliiK la liiniiinliiild ninth's ri'i.niiiiiieiul.i  �� hreaUI'iinI, liiblii of Me.dean onyx. It  i..!\w rolls mid noildnic ean lerateh, stain  or Injure Us lii'llllniil, siirl'iieu, ll, eimlui  used vrlfliniit a lablenlotli nml In wnriii  weal her Is miieb iinirn I'liiuforiablo flian a  (able wllh a IhihiK and rover, Another  (liou/;htl'iil liiiiii.'keeper reeoiiuimnils for a  (able eover tlm llnely woven mill itnylv  colnred mats inmln by Ilia Malays nf l.lw  l'lilll|iphies nml tlm slralts n.-riIcnioritn.  Tliay aro hlroti;,', el/aillii ami dinalilo j.nd  Are rriii!|..ii:ei| of a lini'd, eiiiio liber, wl.lell  is 1101.11I11 01 belli, anil iinpleasmil, lo all In-  Orelu.     'llm    llnesl,   i|iiallty   la   e: penal v��,  fO.-.||ii;f IVoiii VH' a i-'|"iirii yaid itjavftu--;4.   Mai'idiei'lla, Afllna   lJamni   la Kevr Yct'i  Mail and b.o.ir..i,  ."uiifiiii, Alil.ehame naeiii.j; ihe lolhmim  liaiiillll ii711,-. v.eie iidop:. a:  1.   I ha I i'i. li Veil I a.. I,:- lor I a. Ill i nut lug- eiimlid  II ten lor nu inl.eis oi i i e I,;;., lallVe a."iii mio,\  l.e imule npoi lieli (.ales i-i.e.-i 11 r.u lollows:  r,(aj In ( n.v eli rioiai oiOiois, one deli;;i-li  lor e\ n.v l.ii.v a an e wi>. a ... i ion oi liliy Voa-  I oiled a 1 lie. 1 loviiie-ai i. leei ion held 'in Inu,  anil 11 lhe eil,* is il.Vii.i d lulu i.ai'os, Ihe pro-  porili.li el liik-aii.H ua- 1 1,1 a ward shall in-  HI1M1I 11; the vine |.oiied in 1 in.-h waul in. lhe  l.'i-i mnnleipai 1 u 1.1 ion.  (I'J 111 nl la r i'i, �� 101 1 in ill.-11 I,-Is, one deli'j'iil,  lor 1 vi 1;.' (lily or Ina-I aa, i | i.ay Voles p, 7 1, d  al lhe pH.Viiielal ,,, ill, n heal in I'.'lw, n,r  celt (.ul i a In tie ll |>|:ni'l 11,1.1 il in poll I ni; pi:, ei m,  or i>�� m ar Iheieto a,, v. i Ii he no, lolhevol n-  o| lhe Ullieieiii. neadiiioi'heoi,.'!,  L'. I he eiei'l inn oi de|, ���������:,;. .. ��� hull h" lit pnhhi  lai'i'liiij.s,  In Id in a ih Mi;|,ai"d   ulilial   pl,,ei  III eaeh polhn;.', ill els ion, or I a eneh Wild ia  cll.V eleeli.l'al dii-li li IM, ll liieelly In nlviiieo  Into waliis. Al Mil li plihlle nieelln^.s onl,\  Iho.'ewl.o   pliei'e   | |i, m.-i l\ i .-. In vole |or   Ua  < iiliil Ida I e in- i a Iii! inu 11 ,,!��� v.-led ill. Ilii! in inn-  lulling ei-nvi i.iihii (-hail I <' v i.i illiil In \eii  lor del unleh',  li.    I Wo Wl'.  lis    llllllee    Klicll   tie   Clvill    of   Hie  pnl.he ho i llii/isal wjneh in-li ami ���' lire eli eh il,  and iioinlnaliii;; i-onveiiili.i.i'. shall l.e held ii  eliy elecloial ill. in,is |.\\ o da.M, a Her the 11.. ���>  nil Vi'llii-ll iliSi'ijales :i|'i< eh eli d, and In nlliei  eleeloral dlslrals sev, ii days iiior, ,\ 11 noiah  lailloia. I In', li", Iuih I lhe ploiinee lo he Hindi  a I ,i di i. I in i ii 11 d eel ill in pun e I a i neb eleeloi a!  dl.' lilel, and on Hie inline da.v,  ���I. .-N il lio; In- o| lh, ,!;i|e, I pal lie |,|, ellll'o  III'   Hie   III ( I il ill   o|   i|eie|!al,S   lo   lliilllllllll.nl  eon Veil llm in, |i e a |iporl anili I of ml, (;.ii, s,  and I he plaee a n,l oale ol luani ua I, hi; eole  Million.- Ill |he ie,ei'nl tie. i 1,1111 dlslI'll'IS  i I all he pie) an d hy ||,e na n.her nf Ibe e.s-  i i HUM.' of I l.e a I vn Inn I ii wh ail I he el, el ol a I  ill m I if Ir. nl'e . III lite, and is: III d over III*  lielie l ,.| lhe pl.sidihl alai M-nellliy of 111.  i'ii,\ ll.en,I Con.-i I sal i\ e ,\i see al.oli,  A nn ill |.- ol lhe pii.x Ini'lal i .��� ei ulive will  be L' ni III > .1,1.7,', > I \. ll hill l, Hielllll, lllhl  I he dab' lei lioli||li!,;i|l,-,ir|('l In la I mil 111", roll-  V i llllol I   Will I hell lie  il.-., il,  ,|(I|I,N   IKlU.sTON',  I'll sldehl ol lhe I'l'nv llielnl  ('olll-II'Mlllv n Assoelalloll,  Nell oil, .llllll- Sill, lllll!!,  t-orncrattcjn of the Griyof Nelson  FINAL NOTICE  '���i-i !i i- Is In lel.y |.|vi n llml all iinvarii nf  l'.!"i li'il l.'|':l,l r ih : inui-l he |'ii t ��� t al. Ibe (l||y  . f,',,a- hy \;: o'el... I, n, on on 'I ih-mIii y, Jane m'i,  I. hi, or lln   .' II \ ii e Will he ill.'.i'iililhiui d   Willi  i ni .ui Ua r im!',, a,  by onl. r  I', l',  Mi'MDIIIIII-t,  i'by clerk,  Nl'l.fie".',,liiia '.a, |"r;i,  tloll.-.;,-.  I n I he uul LT i, fan npplli ation lorn   ,bii,| I-  i lUl'.el n  I a-.llll, ill,' ol  'I ||le lo III"   'I'M l'|,I   |o|.|  of land   la e, 11 in 11. r i ; ia MS d  t III.uh d  In Ua,  loa ii nl lio. ..lamb  lo U< " I- I" ri b,\ : Im ii llial il h; in;, Inlen-  Ui n In I, ll" nl I i e , v pirn! en of one' mnal h  .ioi. 11," lh.' I  | iilile nil,,n  heieol   a   ilnplli  ,h  "I   I be  I   e| I die,lie   el   'I  ,|   e lo I  i.pl  |, '.'. ,'|,   |, ,,, ||,  f, I I Mai l ,, 111, . I, I, I els I,'.', ::,   I,   If,  IV  and  I' ,   !'������  '  '���-    '��� ,     I'i.     '-,,'-,    '���'.   IO    II,  I  ',   ; !,   II,  I.,,  Ill- i k ,'i, I ��� !������   I, " !i, I, I'.' and I.,, III,.- I. I   I.,,(..  i..'/, :-> ii, n>. I'., la. Ii'i.inl '.n, lilnel, a,   |.oi,-, v, a  I,  I". IV,   IS HI  ll  'I'.  IUoi I;    ,-,    I  el:   f,    I,   I ,,    I ,,    I'I  Mul   '���'.    Idol I,   ���',   I .oil    ',. S,   II,  I-. IL, I,',    l.-llli,!   Ill,  IM... I, ��� , I 'I ��� I, " i, ��� .n,', > , ii, pi, II, ii- nnd HI,  Ua i Ih ", im I. ' II. la ia ami ui, liloei, hi,  Ml ' :n i ii ol, , I. U, I ���.'��� I, '.' , ml I, I!!, ,-l,  I" I i-l - : I io o ' ", I'd. . I; A, til- -:l nn,I ��� I  bS ��� I,  il,    in    11,--    I alma .     Aii.in ion   lo   lln  I'.',, ll  i.i    la I -  I,,I  il   ,M,,|. i  M,  III     ll,        la,me    of  i a I-. I, i I ilea ii i;,:i.i , i ',,', ; I, m hi. h ei rl 111  ' nl," e dal, d lhe ell, ila.s oi >, I:. t, I,, pi |, ami  mimhi'i'i d 11 A,  II, I''. M \i l,i on,  IS.Si li I Iii |d'.liar,  biiml Ki'aihlry (lillie, ,  iN'elnon, II. I'., J'.ilh .linn , I'Hi.w '  %-^fr^^^-^^ v^^v^^-'\V>V^'^^V��^^/^-^^^  ^      1  ___SE  The  Most Nutritious  Breakfast Food in  the Market and a Home Product.  ALL GROCERS SELL IT  tcss  $6.15 PER TON,  OELIVEBEO   -  All orders"must "be acco.tnpanied "by cash and should be forwarded  either personally or by mail to the office of  '     !   - W. P.  ERNEY, GENERAL AGENT  H m tec m *m m m &  ^#-f is m^'W  MM  im  Now,, is the Time to pick your Carpets and ILinolrams just before hcuse-cleaii  !I\g.  3 carry a yery large assortment, 2"atterns, very latest,    gee onr Go  cams ranging in prices frcm $3.00 to $��0.C0���  $?  0y^z^  frmmtme Oea6eors- and   Ur^dertsikers  ir^^l  SMOKE  THE   CELEBRATED  j    I  ! ft ��  P9  ���'^  mum Cash brocerv  BRIAR  M  tb. ui  i____j_taSS3553EES23^j  mm  hv.AJ  ii''.v'^  VI-i._m -7T'"' 1r"'[IWf������,___,.A  0A-'?r\  %ZAA*w'wvv^*,,���,^r.  ;r","| /!���'.  '. y /a  ^���iTl.lf  n$e^0  fif  k-'o-)  r>  a)  Q.  <  a  ��'V  D  <  L.l  .J  Ul  l).���  o  iii*-!  o  -:A-  25c  .KIC  Corner Mi!! and Jcscphlnc   Sts.  Price  List for June, (903  Cut this out   nnd  hung it in   your  I'niilry.    Tcleplione   31B.  U'uii|4iuifiii I'Mciur, O^-ilvies, por  100-lb  .sack ^'--7;".  Malt 'Jjiviikfnsl  h'nod, |'ik(f 1 e;c  l'iue Granulated kii<.;:iI, 17 lhs.^1.00  Creanitry Hutier, 7, ,) and 2S-1I>  hxs, j 101" lh    29c  CKiiiuuy I'MUt, I. rit ks, 3   llu; j  lor ...,-] ,or. 1  Deviled Ilnin, 3 cans for   Chicken Mam ai'.d Tou<>iie, )/  llm, 2 (.'(ins for   Coffee, "fov'n  Hlend," inciicr  lh, 3 llm.! '   Ci file, Moehir Java, lh   Ccylnn 'I'cu pcrlh jjo, 5,00  mid <ioc  (liuai Ten,   (japan)   per lh, 50c:  (.'ream, St. Charleii,  jen-:ey,  ur  Victor, li cans for ^,i no  I.lioiiuiti, each ^50, ,|oc. and 50c  I'c'iiline, laif;u imcknge, each 15c  r,auudry {-Uaivh, 11.) 10:.'  l'iue tiokl Ji lly,   1'ovclf.ni find  1-kRH 20c  I'a'.'.cr'ii C<:i'en, per hall'lh tin,..;irl(.  i'.'l'rJtii N'itac, 3 iik'.'.s for,., 50c  Crct-.in Sodas, ]������.r 11 "iuo  I'lFiiearoni, j.',o('d, ]er ll.i ioo  Sii.l;iiu..|i,    :.'   raiiM   lor    :'.y,   i>  u'.viiii for j'll.t.O  Pieklen, UihviiI'm mid Hoh l-toy,  pi hotlk'H , 250  J'li^'iiil "S'�� list Cakc.s, 1 er ],kj.; y  lloi-'lon Milked lie.ins,  two   3 lh  e.'in.i for    T,;y  Delii.'ii us r'liu^apoK.: I uivapj 'e,  1 ''I  (Ml)   ::. ;r  C. ,lv 11. Jiiiim, 7 lbs fn', i*,i.2.��ir  Ki.'iller's Dundee .Marii'.nlad  lh (in     hO  i'.S/SJti  1 iJili  ^ f% fi. iTH a  r  O  uuuffiscu  ru  c%  c  CD. IVICPt  J\ist Rco eived  A (irst-elasi-i iiMsorlniout of brooms, { Scrub Brushes. Also a full  line of Picnic liaskels, which ure beln_y sold at 25c, 30c, 40c and 50c, no-  cording' to quality,  o Not Overlook the Fact  VIml wc can fill the baskets with the 1110 9J iViiTpthig  delicacies  to be hud in the city;.  ��.Kuyi;i\i  .A-fiaa  ^catsT U  IV! C I-  K-W-C BLOCK, NELSON, B. C.  R.  G. JOY, NELSON, B. C  W. A Thurman  Depot for Driar Pipes, Nelson    j     Mull 0rdc.ro Promptly AtturiiJct! to  P'ri .-li Kaneh Iveiis, |  .;'i'.|;ito.es, 1011 lbs lor.  (.)yi,u I'M, larju! can.,.  1 r do/.  7"  ,,$1,10   ^5'"  ,.JA .v<>  uf  ���te^a  ,^wwwiw WW��*W*ff  ,rwwww,i.^^ii(S����wwii>w^'"w'ra^ 'fi^^rf'^^-ry^  11  -   <t)    ���  wivsj&wjim o^witjimifptf^-ifi: j���    j.  4  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness In-  s u ra n c e.      Re a!   E st a ie, Lo a n s.   E tc-  II.a villi-; puieh.i.'x-d. 'le Aj-cncies hiliierlo coiaducted by Mr, A. K.  Sheiwood wc litj', to iinnoiince to Cliei its that, wc will j;ive prompt and  c.iicful iittention to any biuiness cntiii.' ,lctl lo ojir rjuc, ntourofllccs over  McAitluu-'s lMiniilprc Sloic.  v km iwh��mi nrm w^- psw*  M|


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