BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Nelson Economist Jul 12, 1902

Item Metadata

Download

Media
xnelsonecon-1.0184364.pdf
Metadata
JSON: xnelsonecon-1.0184364.json
JSON-LD: xnelsonecon-1.0184364-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xnelsonecon-1.0184364-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xnelsonecon-1.0184364-rdf.json
Turtle: xnelsonecon-1.0184364-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xnelsonecon-1.0184364-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xnelsonecon-1.0184364-source.json
Full Text
xnelsonecon-1.0184364-fulltext.txt
Citation
xnelsonecon-1.0184364.ris

Full Text

 , i  1  2  i  1  :.i  *�����___��__*"  V'.  ")  -i ji           .             w jjt                  ir-                     t-TK",                    T                   tv.    i���p* 1   jCi-t          ���,        w -r            w=.             IJ"                          ->i7~         t.c^                                jo��>           _.       n         ~~-  ;*_���=_ -i__>i=-_    H^aajsg    -_7J*3S: _=e��ar ^l>_-     a. HJJy>            I JSSA  .._^7H,    !=__-'"='���   i*-   _=C -^.7     7 . ���- ���  ^   .,��� ��3���<*���      ^ r. "   "-.^ ^    ^        '^KTI^H.^-Sr1 "^r   ~*/i--^_ IT*?- "*    r~" -^T ���*- w ���Z^~.   _?"_f7  "- 7      .-"V v         ���%.       ���   rHm^       -*f"-,7gFJ                       r-  Ss��a5ffl^#   -^|SS^%~!^-^ ���*" - ��� ~P^T^T^~_?_      ^^-W*^  1'    ��^                              w��� SOS   t?,             ��� J       *H-     .            ���                "���'   A>^. ���*���   iJE^���^.                     .��� ���J   ^"a.^. *3jr.W,T^~                   . -v             r~   ���            V���    ���     ���~*-             ��� ..^.     T  *>                     a^ -ffi.                   1         ,_ .^                           ^                                       > ^'7- ^ ,   ,^~H                    aflfc*.^                                    I           J.      ..~1           ^_  .   T^J.  -       -~    ...                          ��-     ��-        7 ^H    J t Hi    ��p           -h                                             %,_..      j      ...    J.,^i7...W��.*lS*l^*��^(PwP,  ~_ #. *^g ��y _��^%^aga  -^*'-^-*o  7-a����Ji      "1   to  Lr -  of �����_'  7g    T~       ^-m  i.     ^-a_,-~���     -k.-5fc.-J:    -��H3S*^fy-fc,.  V"~p~ h&*.~    ' J     a.   ,/~i  ,.,-W*  -      BJ__sJ����*��w��  fej  ja __�������>-?'   'fe'j^g.liH'ief'Sva .?>hJj^^1 .-"1 n��'aV   ,W_n-_-__IJg.  awacs�� ������"'orsa..^.'-^ "ksjs fgp��ai��: js?~^|;y ^gcui-77��7i7r].fa  S.C-��� -_S"a���^.���t- ~     ^VP^H^aj?--  '���p     =-���'.'���> 7. M,*7i ^r��  -.%-  ...   *  ***?  at^ - H^*S,    H,!V    _^^..J.  57-*-        fa.-    7,w_a;ri'3r-5'^sH  Is"       .. '    ;-**��; J     ^  % *   ^ _   ' ^ * 7^7-. ^ ;  hS"L -   -i,t W533��5"  tt    '7 7rtjTTn���T-S-~  * |" az\ AAsfyZ - ���  **C   *C Z -.-ff5-?4hh?V  ���jy~TZ^W$-  M  -,   ^  ai-    -  "jbT-jp-r^  >7T��  t;  4*  -it  :v  31  ^ ��*�� r-5fc[av�����'^ny  I  1  .--<*-  I" p ii't pi's  I  p -��  iu��������� ,1  w�� ^^^^bi'^"^^^color'  lUgSf.    '>UV    ���'/ *.���'.    it^    ^.--^^ I X      I      ,   aaf\ 1  n H - Mtr   i^^%k, _f   ^ft hjk     o"fa       .'al      I. ���    h urn  V��.. ���      ttAtfP�� streets;Melsoh  WABD &^ 0 ��� BAKEW 3>i ^ ^ ^ ^ ^MB,,B,M  lOB^GEHERAt B110^-^^ on easy terms.  t^^Se at a bargaxn^^ ^^  3|  one three-room bouse  for rent."  ' A  rz x  L. -j,'-"  ��t> �����"  1 ^        ._��*-*���*'   C*1^  si *        En i   " /     ^1 ^nf gr^ - ���  "  ^ "     V ��� MERCHANT <IAitO^  ���nesires ^ ii^^ % ^  1.1   t  n IIL II I \        - . ���.    ���ov.-hiio that mj��^: y^nrr--sz}  i St I  .1 lllST Oi S .1 *��   inform the ?UPUC ^"-     ��_-��*____*&��� i�� the  \iil   I    111 I HI U ^Ac_lres 4.0: ��"Wo %\ " +���-wi.��kmeat. upstairs* *?     ,  uHL. I    II ���w'1    T |I>��sxio��, ..^^g jJstaDlisamw"- , the East  cpSe^^SH '^_W^***  attention. f    b ,andUur h�� ^a^,^,JLg^m^^^.^^:^r  Nothing   bntc^sUeS_ i^^ -be   aPPre;_T,e ^'  ' i   ',7'   J    .T/H  "."���' *^Y v1"  ' <s >>y\  r . 'A     . *,  4*  -Vm-W  p^3j��yE?3S  CbftUdLHnMl ^ order. ������'��� tovgjte ��� jjHJSfcl  Boot. ��d Sb^^^JBgJ^^^.  a Specialty.   Only      rk lowest pnceo      -^-^^y'-  of A. readymaO* _ STANO,B^ST  l_____i     W        ���B��"^^���~^ : W  -����� Flu* SuU��  ,��� 11  ������.->.-���  t\.v'-r  �����������'��--"  ^^JV��"  ''.,��  '%  SpCclal^o .       (  Camp�� a,1lS f* -  i^!:i��:--B^  e_ockofA��i��ortSdfrBh  'Alt'Order*  promptly F����>*d  BELS1  pS      \,.'���-.:  US-  �����  ���IVs  <��� ���  c  A'��  , , p (' A  "If '       |||-    'Hi 1  ��P( Pl.jP  �����  �����������liP��PP��?"**��  ,, 1    ,( P   -P.        W            ���>.        ~    ���          t ,     .al         ,     ���  ���3'     ,>         I  ^. , .i    ,��p"-P^HP-!{t*'',{��J   n   'l "     i    ���!!     ' ,t    i             -   '  > ,'    "-      '���'!         .     ��' ���)' ,,l  I                        . . i�� n , ' (I . -   i     , . -p      -a    i      i    ��� -I )  _         p^waa��i��Sf *��*  *         ?(��         ',P��                            .(         '    ,,                 /���'       ���      ,'    P       OS.               ft    '      -.J               ,, l' , '.      "'            '     > <|OhU        ,i     1  i',,^.'w.��m^*��Tr!'r'j?,lf^''"t)('l'iil...,.,..,.   '-i'),w      ,n    >-. ������  >. .   ,'       ���,.,,' ���'.  !,.     > ii.,        \n    " ���'.��. ��� .1. .,':.'t   '.....,. ,,  .  Pi  -                                                            * -r-u ��i4��>��:'l���*M t-   rf   l-tvi>��    *,�� *id!l iq)tv^ Wp-ir n W-i f-.<t)i ^fla ?.   -iWr-tU-*a-      nw u *.+ li<l>AtMtik><fi<<.   -��� 1*. t��U ** Wf^^Jw twl ll-f i) ^ *l>��Mt.( ���-iM'fdT V>* it rfi* vV M< Jllr   <vj�� ��n ��* tti'S-fW  ..^w^-WPWf**"**^'1        ,1 ������'���,.,,       I-,     .->         ,1.                '            I                        1)      ,��' A    j,,       ,                              '    ,if    ���      Vitl                                      k    .         ',  i         ih i                             -    i     i      i p.      '                ,r             i   ,   ,, '                                           il               ii                      'ft      ��    i  I" f        '                       ,                              ^                        ,,            '                'I                                              rt      '                                                      ' ''                                  P��                                    '                                                        li  *                          ���         ' "                    '                     '    -       >'                          ' '                                        .                                       '��                 !'             I          j,  U                                                        'U        ��(, y                 ,|,                ,                               ~       ,                               i(4f     I                                                         ,               /I,,          H<                (ill        .,* S        -     ���          -             H                     r     ���                                                                                                                                                        1/                                                  S<                      "  ���.�� , z  ,t't "   ;    ���, 'V< ���.    ��� ;,-,��� , ��r ���  4       - ,.<       " ii�� >, .*    ' '    \ZZ   ���'  ,       I          ,                       1    . <����,'     I.,            ,!'.       ,                      n      -                             ��                     ��� PI    > ,,        h|^,                   ,           ,,)(,,      ?4                I   ,.   ���                   ^       |||,  ���      -    -',;', i'..  . i,,'      ,        ..   o. .          ��'   ��  ���>    !    n-".., '' A.1 . "'<*,'.   !..p|. ,,.,.    ii. .    !.   .M   .!,- -p ,',i ..�����>. ^ l'l  1  a,.,     I  ir�� .'  'i*'  " ������rt��lBPP,1P HHW����V*  ������ii      '  ,   ���'..,. ",."   , y  riP^,^.'��.��w. ,,, wl^ia, Ji.^^. r-mlW*^P,'w'���' P>��� hh,  ,!>   ,a. ',^^     H-'    l".,l.f,���l.   J..      ,n,.|��H, .    H  '���',"-      1 I C        >ll    '      I I  I,     ,1  Z        .,1    V      I I O '  V l)| |     Jl  .���*|Sj^.VW��Mi^.WW.I|,nl.,^H,,1,.,  i        ..    *1.  il )��� ���    .1    r  "   ff  'I'I  1-.'  "j"    '.'''  '      ' '        <' > it  ., ir i     '      ;f  ,',!      .".,     ^      ^   l'l'i     -   ,      l>      1    I  ,.jii.'.i)'p.. , p ,.���:  \ <f  I1 ii   ip- ,,  ..   , -   h), rtVi  ii.   ,",)(-  j.m;.t {i,i..��.. ^ii^^��^t��miiKm^mmnvvm!mm-Maasaiaxsiafi^!^  .-S- Til.  *" '      ���j-j-fl"     _T_J_' _^_.   a_i5  My aim is to keep up the reputation th\��  house has enjoyed for many years past and to  make it so lasting that it shall remain with me  for many years to come. By the verdict ofthe  people who trade with me. I am satisfied to  abide. I produce everything in fine jewelry  and have special facilities for taking care of my  customers. I try in every way to deserve your  confidence and patronage. Mail orders receive  prompt attention.  Watch repairing and jewelry department  has no equal in Kootenay.  I ����>t  1  tJ _  *_-jE��!t i   ���  US!1  IMPORT DIRECT  811111111111^      frfUHnl^t  AND ALL PRECIOUS STONES  NELSON B.C.  BNMBBanaaiRBBffiv  pmm^hi^^^ tiii|^^i<J^K^t^H_%^<^ <p  *$&&<  "i"-.��p*��*Jg���.-H*  Sold by All Newsdealers  and Music o vim*S voluma of 0��.Wfl CfiiilcS  c��jjiprjg*ba Composition�� hy th�� mmt pus*  uiar autl��i>rM. 0,4 Faice�� ��f Hmn& MumliL  nail Vocal. half liiBtruim*ntal~ oo C&mpiotm  ri��ce�� *or Plano-Onm a Month for saf_  ^w^T^D^te. Yearly Hiit^^ri^iioj), Jta.oo. If you  u.i-.,-' ,;;*. v,.A -, >'a%uvw.��l mm*l untrue wnma anrl r4tf^-^r"\ nf t&vrn  Mtf on a copy of Uie MagaziiMj P��o.     "����������  ����  ��._>._��������� .w- WWR, rubll��0i��r��  ��,,,  ttetlcc To fltallfMBt����Mft C��-��w����na  ToL. J��\ 5.2urr*��y sand Thorns IStirnDortoany  t��er��on�� or |w��r*oni* to whom tht��y mny lmv����  tran*��f����rr*��d their Interoitw In Iht* ������ BIjc I'Thlrl"  Miriam I Claim Mlluate about eleven mil*** up  KisMt Hid* of Wild HomeCreek, nnd tin* ��������'<*��r-  man" Mineral Claim wit urate ahont % mill*  (���ant or Wild HoriMk* Creek mid twelve mile*  from Jtfeteon find Fort Hhcittwrd Railway,  hoth In the Nelaoti Mining DlvUlon, Dlntrlct of  Went Kootenay*  Von and each of yon are hereby notified  I hut I have expended two hundred dollar* In  hibourand Improvement* noon the above  mentioned mineral claim* In order to hold  wild mineral claim* under the |*rovl*lon�� of  the mineral Act, nnd If within ninety day* of  the date of thl* notice you full or reftiae to  contribute your portion of iiurti i*x|M��fHllttiro  totf<��!lM>r with till coNtM of f$dvc��rtlitln{r your In*  t*T<Ht In trieHAtd vUOism will hwomv the pro-  ii#rtyof th<* HiihHrrlhfr miclfr Kc*<?tU>f* foiirnf  tin Ait untitled *' An Act To Ampin! Tin?  MlnoriAl A��-t,lWHl.M  18. (JINMIUUHJ.  IhxUil UiIh twidfth d����y of Apri\,%WJL  Qlo4ec�� Vo DttMiNittaftt C&~$hemorx��.  ToM. Jl. .tllffhloii oy lo ntiy f��f*mon lo whom  h���� iimy hnv*�� Irwimfrrrrd liln Intortatln th(t  ���* H. J. II ." nnd the ���* A1111I0 Maud" Mineral  t'mlmii. ���liimtiY on tint North Kork of Wild  llomr i'r*-rh In thi- NetMin MlnlDR Olvlnlon  of "A'cat KfMitruJiy.  Yoti ��n�� h��n��liy notified thet I htiTnf rx-  l��i��ndi*d 9306.00 itt hitM>ur and imiirov��>nu*nti��  u|mn Ihf ohovtp tnnntloiird mlocml clAlnm  tinder tlte tirovlnlniiit oflhi* Mlni*fS61 Act, nnd  If within mill ay* from lhi?dJili��or Ihln notice,  von rnll or rr*fu����c to corilrlhnl4�� your promnr-  IIon of th��r tthovi* snriitloiitKl num, which la  now doc to#Hh<-��r with nil co��!i��of ��dvcrtl��lnR,  your Intercut* In t >c ��nld rlnlmw will Ixiotnif)  tlii* f��ro|w*rty of tint uriflcrulsncd, uiiderHcctlon  4 of the ������ Mlncml Art Amendment Act w��.  iHitcd at Ncltton. It. <\, thin ith iSmy of April  D  MCAiTIIUB.  ia��i?r,  W��J��**"  ,jlA~^*  J U I, .an Li U  A ��  OE IB  JEC3EUEE8S Ul 0PTI  fflJIP, P.cJop.  1O1  ?!%ll#  POME WATCHES  il!  ��  '!l*(!r3��  m_vb. *  i!  p  I*  ���\  t  [^.tt Wlk.f#>ijh    w^f.^,,,),.^ ,^,1^,,  iv^(.JIil!**WPP'PH��it��WP��PP^'^^T?3P^^^i'*l^^^7lttl^(j^^^  1.1    ��'  ifimwifwiiMwaimnnww* m mwmum m, ��  1.   (I        ' \ '  .^Tt,^^7^r^��^7^������^'^^  "��1. ?*$  -my '-A?  *:>  -  ;sf T~ rl~. y  ^yy%,--^-A'i  __�� y^_S.-_��       *  srtea.37 1JS3, J  1  1  1  ;������'-   4  ���iwa. *- 3  i "V  ������-���  k  "l  *_.    '  I    *  ,i- 1  m\  f.   1  ,;.ij  ^^25f7_*-_1^.4        |*ja.^_        **V_     %a{^.J. ~.   ���   a^H__  i    "O* -JL, "���^'     H sL^rT*^     S^ J*   J      ^     iajjj^-^. v.%,     3~*   "* l->   .  1-.-. "        .    ���^5_     0~.2a  __~  ��     -   <S&.    Ll1 ���   u^s_a    S _  ^^f^f^Hfh ~mru rJgjS.  7y_-=j7  if"'  ^. -.  _k, p  si  A -  1 1  ���\ -  "���-T'-jrt"--  ���. X_\  Wk  KELSON. B:c:7sATURDA^^  NO. 52  VOL. V.  THK   NELSON   'ECONOMIST  .s  ^ ^  if ����������� r\n     P1*R    A-N  SATrKUAV.-      Su����:Birr,oN:     ^.00   -       ,  SUSI;,H|.AIU��SADVASCK.$..50.    -C��*^  OvtV  ARTICLES   OK   MKRIT   WILL   BE  *��.*  fuum.*   COLUMNS.    A>M  TKRR*W     OF     RKADKRS     VTILL   _ B -      ^  r.lTA��.0��DAOAI*��   IKRKSFOSSIBLE   I HKSO  VVORTSU.ESS ARTICUKS-  ���.^.W^'i-wa^S*^'  w^^,vv.?r*:-'-vF-^-^*:i''*n,rt,s,-,*^*'''w!'1  ,,���.,,��.   from  London   indicate the speedy re-  RbPORTb from ia hig loyal  gub-  covery uf King   Mwara, ��<��� corre8-  exalted o��hce, H�� ^^0'lewho acknowledge him  ^^^^^T^l^^   lo   hoHl   the  C��ron��twn��few     - ^       retnHin   over  for  the  ihe.Caniidian ininww"^ n t   objec.  crwobny.    W^"n^nd il it would ple.se the  tioh ch�� be rsi^d to lhl �� ^r8\vh0 ftre now in Loh-  two British^^'.^S.inh.blunM. of  tht.  don to remain there Ion.%���'���  �� -        . with 0hrl8-  P^inc. would b��r u    ��oder ^ o{ yery  tian fortitude  and   re��gn ^ ^ ���        U)  8ome  ^*^^:;lf��i*or eUe;  useful purpose in the ^ * n oleH against  where. B��t-do mo_,^;^nild .n contingent to  the proposal to eend ������l^her officer9 and oiti-  London.    When Can. da   .����t e ft feW weeks  2en soldier, to the - ^��f    he ^^.^    aud  ttgo, to participate u  t^Iroperi���. uW,y, it w..  further e.nphH^eth��'d^;o |wbIe   treat-  expected that they  *����" lriotB over the water.  ,Jnt at least '"'"���^''^ia.MKl. .hey did not re-  ThiB,if the reporw are to D mhlmi were   ne-  ceive,  but, on the c "**'A  l0 lh, studied ,n-  Elected, and the oih���� -f^ruin . Brill-h  officials,  science and diHCourte^y  o iv^geB ^ ^      ,  The order which demea i      f      officerB wftB only  cony at the palace to th^Cjojd datlon to  one inBtance of ^^X and it is Utile wonder  ���hich they were ^^^ t0 delay in   uking  That the officers and men ^a do Uy ^  thdrdeparto^^-^rol  the English  people,  blame directly at the doors whftt  but *��� a��thori��ie9 ��o��^ ^ ��  y   ^ offlcUl    who  pttraUonnowlie��v��th^VO were  imtned1ately  were reapon��^��  ����r t   �� ���� w  not do  any  I Iced in a ,osition w^^W^^"  ���U btt,nl-- "l to �� matter, we trust our C -  *��*" WUnSVr U^oUl placing Unlives �� a P��  dian   soldiers �����  w      th-ir are likely to be insulted by   men  Bition where they are liwiy useless  in  whom Lord Kitchener-fonnd  absolutely us  the late war in South Africa.  British possessions that �� govern       i    ffain.0,.the  absolutely ^)^��^^ ��������"*  country. Some 9^%^'"*^ t0 the flowing  are 91.id to be p-iona^^q th, affair8 o{  bowl, and that on a  recent ^ wbo was  Government wer, in the hands^or a ^..       t ^  suffering f-m delirium tremens to a^ ^ ;w . , ���  took three men to ^^"'o- We- never"-heard  badasthat in BrH^M ^ .^  . o, oneof our Cabinet ^^.^^r happened  three-man power jag , tne ^ minister  in British Columbia being the ca. whis-  Uo was so badly knocked o��^wnh . whQle  key that he was ^^J���^ w men to   hold  menagerie.    But then ,t only w wm coofes8  this statesmaa down.    Many,  JitthU was quite bad enough.^  ��3 .-.^i^aia.  ^t -.- '7^-  ("KnlP^  It  it"  U  ^��  %SS$z  ���       f,hP  Provincial  Legislature  lately  ure? xr   -it i�� incumbent upon us to diagnose  Ifwesay "No," it��in���T o ^^ not a pleasant,  our disease and *��* ��� ^�� ^view our political  h     it may be a useful, tasi w  hLory lor 'taT^^��niwa* in olM. ^  I��� 1897 the rur"er 7VancoUVer Island mec  ported by nearly all the ber8 to give a  Ld sufficient of the maraud ^ batl0B  bill  cure majority. U���*?1**^ cnainland forever,  wbich gave the ^J^^Vthe electorate for an-  that government appealea  other term of office _ neminaUy led by Mr. 0.  The then opposition w* Ul then Mr. P. C.  A- ^'a"d  'cV^d among Us  P-mine^  Cotton and Mr. 0. B. S*or financier  of the  -mb��r8-    Ided Mr6      se rdMrrtin. who already  oa.ty now added  Mr.       ,.        olil 0s.  Ld a reputation -��nO��oa*��.P    &ercely 00ntested,  The gene, al election f���^. ^f  divided m  and at its close the part es  w      .      & w-lh  ���  the House     ���/^J^ there came > ^oU  terest for further  develop      Legislature  was   sum  from  the blue     Beto^h- .    " ^^ .     ^ ftd  moned, before he return ^ the   ministry,  the  Lieutenant-Governo laughter  whea  S. natural M^^.'SS. Robert Beaven.  Mr  he summoned to ou^  <\  -y)Z,)  k\yy  ia y ���  5.     !  H7(|7"ir, - i        ,     , i      ii j.  *PJ��f����*����^f.|lwlw��m^�������^,���rV, 7  ���''   '     r   I: -it ,1        ,1 il        J      A ��|I i>, '  ����� ���  1     P J, ll 1 I ,,      I,    H        ^     .  ,��� *BrPH-Ha--**rtB"l'1  ��,^,k ��  <H-'P��"*-J* /  ,,,��IW �����>****'���"       ,1, P!  t^,r.i*rr��w��'��k,a k-.^.,.-^. rv, ...u^i'i   i-i   at*     .irw,,    ,,,,,,  ^-��l<l��*f ' )l , p , , ,(     "��,���.        '  ���,tf-p..��*��*^'����*'^      '1 If      .  ,^��������f<H"?,  "^ .      1,1. *((.. J  ,!,,(^^����"P^*(,'   p^     |^ I1' p   '-    <>  Hf     �� ,|,i      ( ii  y  A1  *Ifl��"��f*'"'T           ,             ,,                ,,,,                 ,                            7'                    fw,nVPa^.����P��,<.P'*fr��� J. I'                                         ��� (I  ,       III       II      ,           I                          '                                           ,J     t) p' (    p' pp.  wm  ^|.J,      I. rf,�� ��� wkH.^.lrt.l.!,^." ,.OJh,J-M. .,  fcw   yamlMi ..,U^,,i.<.  ���   ..���� jrJ^rtriinWiU.,ljU^,,���,^i-lW�� U..��||< nW a���Hr. k,^^*^, ^,k|f, ,1^ ,^1 l.��~..,u   ��i^*^.W^ -4f*A .,���", ,�� *,��!  hkl   ,   IT      , k,, l.lrflN',!1,.  ,  .    I        -     .    .   ft, ��,    ^f.k-     O   ,.H,     ,   ,   ,T,    k           ,     ,^,,.(    .   vlki ���       I      M,"   -ilfl   ,    ,��.. .^.w, ��� .       ,r    ��,^,   ll^i.w, k     * y0   k     ,k.,.h -^.y ..   ,.    ,rt,  ,1.         '            ,.��      '       ,.,',<           .  .i      V        ,,               , ���   , 'Jlj,'          ,,               <  ,,       'fl ' ,                    ,             j)        .,���!    M            ���     ,  I         ' '"'IU,    ���              p       �� ,.                                ,v             I     l   '           >                      h     ' ,J              r  1 '     Vi                         'I        t                                    ��                                     I '                I"                                   ''                   I  "           >      ',                     I                             ���      ,                                           '     '         i                       >'                I        >               ��� '             "���         ^         ,, ' "     I,            '1                ^   '  .   ����l��"����tP��l *                                                   I               '                                                                                         l                                  II             '          '                                                                     '                                                         ��           I       . P     '         '                       1"                I        ,               <'             it         H                                                       I                                       il                  I   '  .^^Wf^y^               .     Ul.          *((..                    J       ,1        ..    '        -                I.    I            k.         ,|V      k                .,,     ,      4,������            A             ,      !            ,''               ",                       ,��                                 ,11j,,r            ,   ���H,                          ,.!��,<          ,      |,l,            I, A:                   *                        ,k���        ���                                                   W,>/       ,        I               ...                ^         -k^k                                    I |\.            ,      rf  t^**��**r��r^^    i.  "    ar    ", tt, .,' �������� '. ���>��� ,,1,,.,��, ,   /, ,���    -   ,,   " ���'al.iZK , .    ���   <���,  , "\ , "���     ,,.;^  ���' ''     ,'4   />l   ,.'f   o  ,'k- Z AnA ���' */A(A'�����>*, h    >   ''.p    ',  #P #  *' '  ,,   -, iM,  ,���;' :  ������,'��'" ��� ** k!v.-'hi  , ������ -''-i' ,;,;;,\-. a A-\^:a:a �� ,aa :\ y z,:^ vy :*'*.*��� ".n ^ ,i;Si\,^ U*>.^ ^'�����-:.���.��� ^^'v^r.v  * ��� ��i:.'; ^* * ^ -:, k-->PW.��>iV*5��<ii��i*^^ trt^ifeitiaa^miStKiiae^^^miiSrwtie)  e������^SP**ti��K*pJ|W^^  ;?^twaw*a,fliii,nmin hh����  ^^���Z^Jgi  'A^j '  ^���^-^f^i-^NinmemeRmk.mi  _JeT *3Tf4  .��  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  Beaven hadheen Premier in 1882 and leader of the  Oppoiitionafterward , but in lS9Shad no following  in.or out of the Legislature.  Ms*. Semlin was then entrusted with the task of  forming a ministry. Mr. Sword had been defeated ;  of the old leaders of the Mainland party only Mr.  Semlin and Mr. Cotton were left; the new cabinet  contained also Dr. McKeehnie, of Nanaimo, Mr. J.  Fred. Hume of Nelson, and Mr. Joseph Martin of  Vancouver.  On Mr. Cotton's initiative many of the changes  advocated in opposition were then made : the number of civil servants was reduced, some were retired,  the interior received a larger share of the expenditure, the office of agent-general wasabolished.  But soon dissensions in the cabinet grew beyond  repression; Mr. Martin cared little for the nominal  leadership of Mr. Semlin, but the real leadership of  Mr. Cotton was contrary to his plans. He openly defied his colleagues when they at last vetoed his  course, which had already brought the mining industry to a dead stop by the Alien Exclusion law and  other freak legislation, and irritated all classes by  his remarkable Franchise Act.   a  Mr. Semlin, supported by all the other ministers,  asked for his resignation With utter indifference to  usage or any other obligation, Mr. Martin refused,  and was then dismissed from office by the Lieutenant-Governor.  Thenceforward  he   voted   with   the   Opposition,  which had been strengthened by other defections  from the Government, and.soon defeated the ministry on a division. As the estimates for next year  had yet to be passed, the Opposition agreed to support the Government for that purpose, when two  more innovations by the Lieutenant-Governor came  with startling effect. Mr. Semlin and his ministers  were dismissed and Mr. Martin was called upon to  form a Government.  Without a supporter in the Legislature and with  very few in the Province, Mr. Martin retained office  for four months.  Mr. Martin's appeal lo the electorate brought  unity to British Columbia almost for tbe first time.  The one issue was the defeat of Mr. Martin and a  reckoning with the Lieutenant-Governor.  But unfortunately this purpose was so easily at-  lained that little attention was given to the choice  of candidates, Mr. Martin was overwhelmingly defeated and tbe Lieutenant-Governor was ignomin-  iously dismissed ; but the victorious party found itself without a leader and with few elements of co-  hesion. The last advice of Mr. Martin and the last  act of Lieutenant-Governor Mclnnes was the invitation to Mr. Dunsmuir to form a ministry. He was  accepted by the party aw a safe minister and no contentious legislation was to be the guiding rule of  conduct.  At the opening session Mr. Martin indicated hits  *jiture course by insidious   flattery  of   th��  Premier  i ogled with abuHe of certain members of the Government.  Again cam�� dissensions in   the   Government,  but  th�� Premier was saved by the support of Mr. Martin  and his few adherents.  The session of 1902 is indefensible, and no member's credit survives, except that of th�� few who  showed their disgust by silence.  The open dealing in railway charters, the declaration and repudiation of principle after principle, the  giving of the franchise to boys of eighteen and its  withdrawal the next day���these are some of the acts  that have staggered belief in popular governmt here.  While no member can escape responsibility for  the Legislature's acts, it is not hard to determine  who is most to blame. The man who advised the  calling of Mr. Dunsmuir, who urged the Premier to  break faith with his party and made it possible for  him, who broke faith with hie own and violated all  his campaign pledges, is Mr. Joseph Martin.  There is little danger of Mr. Martin's ever winning a general election, but it is much to be feared  that to defeat him the people will again elect unsuitable legislators. The next Provincial election is  of great importance ; unless Mr. Martin be politically buried and a stable administration be established, British Colombia will continue to be, as it is  now, the butt of the older provinces* and the one  part of the British Empire where white men of  British blood have failed to govern themselves.  Thk business men of Golden were too mean to  support a weekly paper, and now they want some one  with more money than brains to start a daily in  that sleepy town.  It is rather strange, but true, that lightning  Beer on to have a special grudge against houses of  worship. A Chicago church has been struck twice  by lightning within a year.  Tiik Phoenix Pioneer with pardonable pride refers  to the fact that the Boundary has extracted and  shipped over $2<50,0OO tons of ore this year. If this  is maintained���and it will probably be even larger���  for the rest of the year, the shipments for 1902 will  easily show an increase of 26 per cent, over those for  the year 1901.  The Duke of Connaught may be regarded a veteran if many years'service may be taken into consideration in that connection. The Duke has entered upon his thirty-fifth year of army service.  ��ynM   iwf,mtma\i*wm*mm  Thk Provincial Government is said to be going  from bad to worse. The new Minister of Mines is  regarded a most conspicuous failure. The responsibilities of office seem to have had an ennervating effect on the colonel, but what he lacks in energy, he supplier in pomp, splendor and  dignity. It is also reported that the Minister of  Finance ban not been a frequent visitor to the Parliament buildings wince the House rose, but the  cause of his absence is left to the imagination  of the  ~ ''^T&afcWi-fc. y%F~     , _  -�������(������        T     EE-  libs'   p*  *  So^"iS  *  il|pluv5iSv  ,   p��^4ssv^%   ���>  l*^H_Ek^    ^ "tk 41      i  5jtew;*& V-HH5-, ^  ^s  *.  V_-��  * ���Ji  ���*- r  I��v'  !r����  u  % "*   *^*****��W^ ^**^V^��^��-^#^^*H^ -W^i*j^<r|jp<Wf} ^#**Kfl^^l^.^  iMs*TO/traj*fl B*i|p>*��l'Wirt*����i��i?'*��l��iwi1,  d' rtrJwfuiTa*- hwmwwH'W*  *.M(��r**^(����**W����B ��W#'  ^.^.N**�����T - " *      .   ��-  ��_ C��-->_- ;-_..  71. JV ���     -���  %,~r * .-"ijs-  tS._ ~- ����� - k ,-  p*-*_\5_ -f-r. _*__��- ��� *-,        * W   ��j����gn^-w. ���*.    -a  T ..%�� .^-V, -h.,l. '^Sx^jS^^^^^z^J^S^ -^5  "���a.        ,.i.���.j.,,,,1��� *   ^ X.        "^  'A* ,  ^ JT ^ '  awfcntte  4  .      -      jr -S  '    '    j? ��S',j JS-''^^   cf^fe-i-  *kV"\  "'  "i-vST" ^-5^%,  feg��... '"'i-^.'*  ���"���A&    f��^c. j.   4 &      A ,J-32&-   ^ ��*    *      r     >   Jl        5"  ^f^"t~a��"���*e- "-fflfeA"..-^^-^���ri-�� -��jfr -*��* 4jx��--ST-^iJp- jiauic: _a*  -tea.  *-"��� p^*1"   3s   "      "*f |r "^ * 1r*^r ���"* ~    �����*��� yn ^z,   ���_  "5*   j�� -"* �� w- ��r?4i   7fr w_  ?_._sr.. f _*_j-7 _ s-^ ^-3f= *���'" r'-~  "ASZ"  jk-.   ^        ^ ^ _  ' J* JL   2. Ayy% * '   ' "^  L.m>aiia  j        **   ��*��� ��� rt ^J���. V*"^ A jT* J1        CU,        _X    MSI ��� tfH $r  p."' <  1  3  ..iu  1?  THfc NELSON  ECONOMIST  Wa,lT.    H��b ini Cornmi88ioner oi Lands and  0,1 lhe Pu       ntderstJod to be enjoyint.  *���f< i0  hi!l heart'.content.    All ofjb    ^ wbQ ^ ad.  iini-tering the affairV^j/�� circulate about  or.au all the -^T^J^^t.and Th, Boo��o-  ccrUio m��mb��r�� o1^6^" it Sieves all or even  MliT U not prep-ea to ^hat;t^ ^ ^  h.H of the��e rutoors, but �� ^ ihwnrtlwB  ���a of thU Province owe it ������ ���      J men  wbo  l0 investigate c^j^ C<^ he credit of British  _:�� at the head of ��ff*V��. b.��r tbeae rumor8 will  Clumbia it i�� to be hoped that ^_   Blander9t  prove to be nothing n,o�� J^ se j. th6 case, the  lut should it happen that the r ^  ^ t  pubUo should be made  .���������       ^ getliog alto-  .ether too carele*����n deal8ng  character.  ..���-,.- :  ; ^   ;���.,./  ��  i^a from certain  more  lN order to P^^^^uL^hicb   the, t Uave  or   1��-^U^9^ have taken out at Lloyd e  made, certain W J^ of j. p. Morgan.  ; I��J B-T  insurance ��po^heM-oihe ^m  and can 1��8ttrel*^L��� banker or  the possib.e^  be the Ufe of a  o-gn b the one jhoJas  if th..**  't^^ VHon  .Und.. -here seats are t  erected great observa  be ��old to -r^*^���������..: ,    ,   th6  ^^    .��iheir native land, the  V    . ��r�� returning W theu n r^    , wn with  BWauiship C*n.^*            Sl. Helena.  400 of the pruonerajro     -..I nnd labor appe*r  that trie i�� (erment.  a ���ute ol dangerousje^^___  .,,.. irirlB  who do  . mxs W.slators propose that g w  NonWK��iIAN leg ...  Bew, wash  and 000B o{  . know how to knit, sew, Daughters ot  ���ot know      oorm.HBion   to   ����arrf        The  N���rwe-  ,u��   refused   Por" .     eXCepted.    A"5       .   .  ttian gtrlB, H may  to their knitting.  tion, took the oath in its presentJorm, ^*��  whieh she gave the ^^^J^^ of the  tablishment bill.   As     ' ue whioh may  Church of England is a politoo^ t   eriod, at  possibly come to the ^""X Wales is con-  Pany rate so far as ^SSSTlSi-. of aversion to  cerned, there is ��� ��^���� the oath which" might  tbeUB<5 n  allUy t even   during the   present  practically   stultity   m  reign.   ���  ... {.  .   u��tv and York are be-  ���ftonlty i�� ����l ��a     whieh iB not part ��*J*       eet.  lran��uh9Uotiation. ^ e8erve .       u��, the  but by the pwy*     0 uv.ch  of  England and  UWl' Ini th   eof .'���    It i�� argued *��* ^^.hmant  to ttu��olii , Ireland-    ^ ������ ..     with  �� )i,�� Church  oi irD f tue oath mto u��D  of the v.nv t o{ tue o coroiia-  ment would �� i MS1    Qaeen Victoria, at her  .proBcnt conditions.  ��r     u.,. Ann Defoe, of Croy-  don, the last descendant ������#**.���  Crusoe," has just been^oved^____  , "^Tt invented an  apparatus  A French officer .*-.1��*^ kind of firearm, does  WbiCb' 'tfSTS-SSi ^moke on its discharge,  away with all n01 J________������  ivxwanw ^he Can^^8^^\;Z  to the coronation were W ^ froin London to the  Lt of freaks. ; A/M^ "The authorities at  Toronto '.iWw** ^^naking a circus attrac-  Mexandra Palace have beenm ^^yate charging  doTof the Canadian t^s^a^e ^  rolling one day, Jofjg ^-nda ,ere etoPped  at the gate yesterday,.an +^ allowed.to  ^ed '&tf^��$&& has caused^  enter.   The ^hargi^^^^^ wlU ^t  indignation ^ong J-��ar.6.ng{rom the  general  hc.p to heal ^^r Office Ay/  miB_oanagement oiuie ________  ,   o ;���r will visit the Koote-  I.risq��iteUtely Col. Prior-U6boaW   ^^   ,  na^s   early   this autumn.   He  ���'warm" reception.^^_ ^__  ,.. .   ,& it iB believed   that  IN Bome quarters -J1^0^turn from  England  ��  liar Dunsmuir. on his Government to  Premier u leftderBhip of the " ding  wiU hand over \ne evident some ��nd��r.����  Co^Pri��r-   1\lTremTer and the Colonel.   -  exists between the Prerm^_   " ���       olitical hostilitie8'  ��� ��h. .v."t ��< �� "-^S that W. ��r*- - *  baseball ump"��  __   "^ . /i  w  Rosb were Premier  n%^pi^^j_sigi^^i^|i$  a  KSBpicjpS  ~^; .o the Kootenays may^e  Joseph Ma��ti��'s visit ^ V�� ^ atl im-  �����wt political  significance, but ba is 8a^.  wltbout poi tfae man from ��*    bobn0bbing  r^dtSe Pr-i- Dunsmuir  with royalty-    "      .     ���taldB the King  an an-  Tn. Dacbf ot I-- M8rIt  Maiesty can rest  ���',v^  ten,,  (("laHiii1  , pi^p pi ��in*  ^rrrT'^wirV   "7  '/"I .'   .^i��*'-- *'        .,,.���;     ���    4     ;     .    ,1  ,  .^wWWSPrtfilPwfHPPtS'i,   aj*l���.    ukwA,,   ��mk  ,-^|* ^ k. Irkk H"-H. WI    ,,^l.lf^i     - k,.k*||.H'r''rHaHl,����k,l��.kHlli,*lkfrr' ��1W . k^% |hkMv.rt,fv(fiHW,l.k��rfrk, ,(k��*k.kkk   ri, .1   l*ekH,,l|k|��.|��kHk,k-.kW,r ,Pk.Mk-,^l ,^-k.lM w,r .��NM,ak,  *r.*r**��WP'm^'��� '*"  "T'l'lf"     ���-*   a, ,.   ,������,,�����������������.��. ���(k.i.jiw,,,!,    ,��� ,,���k, ,��, .,,, k.  ,i^��k���������, ,,^,�� r.) , ..Ik..,,,,,.,,   , ip^.,   w,k., ,   ���m^i��, ���n,   k  ,^,���,����!*��*r';fr   7,{i    ,   , tf���      ���    ..' ," ��� i    , i ,\���   , ,       ,, ,. ,v hm, "rfl i. .    ,' f    , ,, r,   ' ,, ,    ,. ,   Uli  ���.,���k.�����m?ra"nw'o I || ) , i . i'i ijl>t-l I pp l i    i ,      !  ^���,^��*.^      �� l' ' ' ���'   **f*, ���' l"     -' p   * ''  '-,, *    '   !  '       "'     '  "���    " ' Ul      " "    ' l/."    p,'   .'        If  t,-,��w^��Wf,"       i     it      ,r ,; (i r i, j'k.kl,    i i ,i   .i   ,,   , A   .   ,,jf,',   ,,,,,,        , i     ,    U,J     v  ,   >'    ,�����<,        .   k , , ,i   .       ,.j    , ....      ��,.���.     iiM   l   k,.   i    ,���(,      ,k   i   ,���      ,.    aR   ,i       k.     il ���    ' ���, i n  ft^-^ir��,"r,wwi    .   ,  AAAhiA^in'A     .-., ,   ���   *' , i/-.,��� r-��i-.t.r ii*>, p. ��� .., -M-* p :a "�� ��� "v p .*���." ��r-'.!,,">i ,* ������ ,��� ,.,:'���",', A' *,,'v .;.���',-  ��*"a��� I' "       I       '    ,      >      I'   ��l| P H     If '.'I     >1 ,     H . I)     ,Ol j ,l       I1'     I       "PO j, ���Hill   )H       ,�� .��       h -..Hi-    ,|     }        ��� I ,.       11     I),      I PHI Jl        I1'1 ��� i'PH, < I      '     ', , ���'   II 11   I   ,    #    O       I,    ill    1-      ><|fk   k,k . v, IIJI   V, ,      H       .       ,nk  >i , -|i ���    i    pi.    '        ,   ���   ,        V .   u  ,    If .        ,I 1 If ,    '   ,      *   n    ( ,' , P I       1    p   l i '<       ,|t   If      'I1      ,        ,    III     .       'l        I  I II Ilk -l��,    H,    , i     ,��,(, " k !     ,..     |i>    f     ,l>.       I     J       ,.        If ,     J 4 I   r,|       f j      ���  ft/".-.*-  AA\A A^Azy yL  il^'y '  -A'A"  - �� ;.**'?/< > ->'j*     :A   ' -j.,... i.'.'   , <?'"ih 'Mrnr ,*r!.:'t' ! -;,^/;   v. j^',^!!;," :* :sr'K"v,".; - t  a ^ad-ppH*"^1^      I -h', ��� ,r ' ��  VMAwW-fifl  if u        i        v     .       *       11    ir ii 1 -*!'J.'- I '1 igr *}i^**wtj*s��,,u<,r*niwij**  m^mM^&^Si^^ssSM  ,  ^a(\  6  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  IT is announced that Rev. W. J. Sip.prelL B A , B.D.,  Prineipal of Columbian College, New Westminster, is making his annual trip through the Koote-  navs in the interest of that institution and will  preach in the Methodist church to-morrow, and on  Monday evening give his unique illustrated lecture  on the Sunny South, showing a number of magnificent views of Lower California and the Southern  States. The college of which Principal Sipprell is  the head was started ten vears ago bv the British  Columbian conference of the Methodist church. It  did not escape the struggle incident to the infancy  of such enter prises, but through the loyalty and  faith of its founders and timely aid from the late H.  A. Masse\% it hag surmounted -all difficulties, and'in  rapidly becoming one of the 'foremost, educational  'forces of: the"-Province. Some years ago affiliation  was secured with Toronto 'University, and students*  are now able to take the first two vears of the Arts  course. The remaining years will be added as soon  as there is a demand for them, in addition to the  Arts work students are prepared for matriculation in  Arts, Medicine, L-aw, Dentistry and Theology, as  well as all grades of teachers* certificate*. A full  busiiie.-s"college course, equal to'the*best obtainable  in the West, has recently been added, beside departments in Music and Art under the direction of  highly qualified instructor*.' The college is carefully managed and is a boon to many.'who otherwise would have to send their children far from  home. It has line building*, and spacious ground*?.  Last vear about seventv voting men and women  were in attendance, of whom about half hoarded in  the institution. For homelike surroundings ami  highelass educational advantages, it is unsurpassed  west of Winnipeg and thoroughly deserve** the in-  creasing patronage ii is receiving irom all classes of  the community.  The Senior Home will I'd ay the Senior Defense   at  the recreation   grounds this evening (Friday).     Balance of the teams   will   be   chosen   from   the   inter  mediates.    This should   be a splendid exhibition of  the national game.  There is no excuse for writing poetry when you  can buy good stuff at %\'lo a volume at the Canada  Drug &  Book Co'h store.  Baldheadn are rare in China. A Mongolian genius, years ago, discovered a method of sticking  hairs in th** bald spots, and hi* secret wan soon  h-arm-d by his imitative countrymen.  1 ne man who ge-ticulatcH most  wildly in an argument  isn't   always   the man    who   promulgates    the  most vahiableidea*. He is very liable to be beaten,  in the opinion of the crowd, by the quiet man who  doesn't move a finger, but whose lowvoice utters  steady common sense.  Xf**ir ���*  .i*..y      ,_.__  ^���yH ^H   H.rf-^k ^.  ^rJrV*.^  A Vancouver man left the theatre after the prologue of ���' The Celebrated C ise.,# When asked why  he did not remain, he said that there was an elapse  of twelve years between the prologue and the play,  and he could not afford to wait that long.  In ail this, broad hind she Is found  Of every place a feature ;  On her vacation now she's* bound  Singj hey, the mveet schoolteacher.  A warrant has been issued for Willie Mac-Adams,  and that gentleman will now have an opportunity  of studying the Supreme Court .Judges of British  Columbia at short range.  Parents should; tjench their boya to swim. It is  an accomplishment of which every boy and girl in  the Dominion should be possessed. It would reduce  more than anything else the number of reports of  harrowing deaths by drowning tt? be found in the  news columns daily after U*e opening of summer.  *ppMtn*p*vvt*a��4W*'<M��t). ��� Wi* ��**���*<*  Nature has written a letter of credit upon some  menV faces, which is honored almost wherever pre*  eon ted.  ttl n*nww��f**> n*ni*��H|nn��ir. ���*  The addition of a son to Mr. R; W. Drew's family  ndd^ somewhat to the importance of Vernon street  as a centre of population.  ,f *a��t*l (WW*"!*! tt ,.l* ���������>*( ->*���  A New York actor was lined $20 and costs- the  other day for kissing a woman againnt her will. He  is not the lirst man who has got into trouble by  being too free with his mouth. t   .  One of the city preachers declares that Adam was  a colored man. If that is the case, the apple Htory  will have to give way  to the watermelon.  The overproduction of whiskey may have something to do with money being tight. What the financial depression needs is the gold cure.  The Nelson Board of Trade should confine itself  to a fish diet.  Never lone sight of an  honorable   enemy ; he will  make a good friend.  Here is an old stury in a new dress, but people  who laugh so heartily at the prehistoric jokoH of the  minstrel man should not kick about this : l4A girl  recently found a lot  of  love   lettern written   by  her  m  father to ber mother   many years  before   they   wore  married.    The daughter   read   them   to  her mother*  a*  *  ���C  senr  <\  J. J.  >_���,�� -H.       f  IviftM.       h M  552*1  ��.%_*��� '  ��k  as/1 mm t t,      _    1 .   F (1 -iii  UltmW Ifllt.N. .WJirt.-^n^-o��� yn ^n   1.    ,  w *****{#< 1 *i$*-itje* * W$jm*��^*_^wM*_^^ a  3  Si.6*.'  ill  pwhWwJ  CT'i'' ' p?  1  Av11 4  #&��  "st'f  w  I'M  =J^.H=S^wa��auw^eigk^iWkS^T-^yP:' "7~a^y\ ^^.r. -��r-   ���"^w-��jj**-��� <aw~ "g^ry   "-^���P?,  !  /J  ti   i  i.JU-wSaE **"  ��,NniJiM     "fl*"  '���^^s^S^^^^^  ___��..-.J*__k~ J7 ^kjiTPj* r   .$���   *ak-      .-^���'O  -   SI ~k�� ^^ 7*p "p-     -" ���    -�� QP .~. Hr    ^    ��*  ���-._ ..:-��� ���% -_jy -Tt.,.., "limn ihi.,fflm��  ^O      r���     . -       ���  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  7  ,��� ,,f recent datf, and substHutinR  '���"lentUnp thC>; "^ t ��f��r . ��tb rV and the name  . ,.r l)Wn nanw for lhat ��fl.tr for ber  {&.  ,������ , vounK ni��n very ������ Wno��n     _ j  and  forbidden her d��ughlcr j fco gluff ���  ,hl, Will write *��ch nonH.��..e   atul  i   n it it ��uce^cl in beating San-  .,lin.wiU   chaltonge ��ome of   tbe crack  K iste.�� l��g���� f��r a nittlch-  -n    o-.n��m��.n have made great preparations for  lheceJ��br��iton-.ofl>HiB*2ll!,lhel'>  nl M.'ih^   company did   abig   businese  al N-,,w Denver and S.mdon.  t u^.-" Behold it  ib the  A���d ih., ^ 7.^;^ oi Kootenay even  Sabbath.   -Let"* h��.w.^^i ...���-��� And a-tbey cast  wi. i< i^ vet morning, *���� ns"-        .     ..   .     , oat in  while U w )��H ������_ _ ���  ���     nj.obii V, row��"8. lhe ���  th. lin�� *nd-dld;lrf lh^ did ��ov book  one small  oiv.rH-pUc*    *"d . ^ :%tpr.���o.   Bat the stones  bjum_���at even ��� te, or ar.- -I thl,  gen,rauon  lhey told were P^d ��'f I  �����chndren   of   ligbu   did  ^ *   *   ^.*t.* than  toe vov��v* .      ��  wi.er V�� lhmr d?K; * .heir thu.nbs.^J'i'ig,    Lord.  r,nktt-   torid- given to lying'  how tbt��s/*WI:   ���       "���.-.- __  __, pU,- ������$X%��U ��� The  any chwce. ��nd .tatteaooi , whel).  H.L Jo^h.�������������������,;S JS^h. oPio'.o��  study of human nature^   ���        intnres at the Nelson Opera House,  The moving picture,JAt a9  they  Wednesday  evening, wer�� not which wa* being  wouldhave ^\badIh^7^nnUt.beenin good  operated for the  ^ ^^ ^g^a's seen to show  CrrISlblSoT-m > -od one   when the  1 ���  ��� U in good working order,  machine is m gu"��      ____���  ���    , the decision   of the referee in  The a,.f������ ��*"'"rtT    ^r   ,   a.uinst Co.^rvative,,  the Wro����  *"��h. ,L  "    J ondav at the recreation  1 -urd -irid decided on Won h    et���.ii   resull-  wac b*-!inl -vnu        .���_:n���B Katne   of   babti.ai ,      ... ^  ,.��dft in �� ntn�� inning *, d a pu0vr-  ���rroumift ��" .   ,    1,-,,-n.er decision  ?nBio. a ��.��-������ ��f^r,n   The result fully. j��.��-  Hde in tavor of the I��r - ; ibat severftl 0f   he  lUMl the claims made at     t ag well as  ^��ir" r^'::.,;- a -^ .����-  " e ri..-'-'"P"1"'   ''���; ,        Dr. H.ll. ��-i -"���ld'  Ut. Ar.l���".   V *��� '" "���"      B.I1,  �����; A,.��.ble.   �����;  TofIk-UIp"1   '���'"'%',7. ���.   B. o��meri.ii,   8 b.,  S.,el��,l   '>-iMuU"'. tocher ...J 0.,.t. ��->�����  ���ul����H, W''k'"*"'',,;, ,r 0����������r.aPive��  Rny time in trying w m dt!cide<1  ^tiort to  nor stop it in the ^^ aUo��������- the- to apnnt  lire out their ��PP����^J J blM.( and this would  th..-"!'-. out arc,und t����e ^ lhat lhe !    n.  h.ve been .^"J"1^,  offiolatl��R  aa umpire   saw  Joseph M^tin, who was _ ftnd Me(A u, by  :iRh tbeir rop^����We ��A,    .^ ^ d  calling all who ��^hftXthoir wind there     In the  Bivin�� lh��'�� U,U�� U\   Vh��   ��'^0 independent  mem  ixtlun^^^il  marine and   stivrte.   in  ��r- ventured agant    u .^   wvorftl o{        ,  forindWidual^i.^  ^r::������> ~"��'"i":*,u,> ���"  She sat beside me in tbe c.n-,.  Young, ^m-'vn�� y ledj  Loolungmein     efacc9u   iiim ^  Which pleased nn,  When I -P-dcd to lie^ ^  At any rate she slow y  A little nearer to m��.  Somehow no 1 vd her.  To reach out ana ih��  , , ... uniul in mine,  wsnftlv she placed her hana  ��    ,,���,adcncotogivin;  My conuac u, luvud  ��utwT.��� Sn 'With my chain.  Wivs tampcimo  1    ...Uea^ allnv-eil her stilt  NVHh me a nd.��  U.Uilalady ncaOu. ,  "Baby! that isn  r.  u i���f���nr friends in the United  ft ���,��� be Urn. g-lb te ��* pt<,long(!d  S��.�� ��)�� ",^,;���.n nnd. Sam'. fa.r��. .-  war in   South Africa, ��u  ceed'in capturing Tracy^^   . ��� -  ���  ������������������      hvE   Frances   Poynter.     M��  - Michael   Ferrier, b5 K-- * e Q 0Urk,  mill.n & Co., Ltd- ^f^oT^e by Canada Drug  Company, Ltd    lonrnto.    * o{        ^ inte,  and Book Co., Nelson    lhe ^ ^ oW  Htin* novel evidentljr hold. {Qf ^^ ch  "Man's Life's a ^V^      and   lheirlives with  tragedy, and woi-* P -   ble ob lble.     The   plot  glomerate  ^^V,S^bfng as the book proceeds  Lomes increas,.igly^o^erland   ^ almo9l  and one hurries .through.?  .        ^   {ell   by   the  much   excitement as -  ����� -. -        but for that  heroine in ner race notfor^ thepf  of one absorbingly b-ved. J   ^ lf   seeiag .   he  Qipal character   a.    ^      the children of  to-iay.  liberty takenand_allowed ^y t       n0tlmgag,.  ^0 read of.  �����.*��a��1p.',i��;^     , ,i ���     ii  t   ,   ,~,��yr*~%r'   l ,-mj'h   .' .4V��    \ .   ' i*��� ,    . r     x  ^^ "i   1     a 11     " m itoli   v H i        n 4   ���>  \i     * ,h -  t )ftht    ,P 7.,.    1^   1'   ,"  ^,^^A","l"^vh"'  ' '   '1    '-  _K^*v��"������w'*, kj> '    '-1       '' "'I 1 '1 ���'      ���"  w�����������������^"**^ !,      ?' !.��� ,      ,1   ���   J'1 1 a ���  1     ,       ,    ii '  ,* wnWWfil'w���*  m*w +>�� t f**s <h**a 1 *����1pw *���"��  VjW'-i>lw.fl-��i~ca  ���opj'irwpw i<i&fi#a o^-^wv,^ pjsjllrit oJ-i t* '���i'  oW-lt   mw! (,-��� J����.Vj- v inivr?4\- V r j��it��iJn��is��?^t4iiJiiH4( ��tjtiHv(it tlk-tMVAfkriiirr^iit^fj,^ -h ,. ^-W��- pil��u ji����i'*^ t ^iipiWfp��*,t +.^a;Mi*i   ����f-^'��*,,r,���    f,     1     ���\    ,        01'.��l ���        1* , ,      U,^ ,'���,���,., Up        .. j,,    ",��-,���.    f  �����,W7��"P,I***WW" ''    ' "l Jlf     'I pi I I' " p' '   '      ' ' i ' 'I ,? ",*     ' V  ���,���.,,,��H��-��i^-'w'^    ' > ���   4 "^      Ll   il" ',   '   ���     ' V?1       .,   *   i||       Z{    .,, ��� oil'  ISCI |r. || Ik. H -I , k ��� .        ,',       , ,,     j|��� ,|/l I If , A     || , k ,  ' "fU       , ,,     ��   ��� -'-y/ ". o-f   ., <��_,     " ,    p.   v,>  --;  i'    1  , 41,  ^^.H-K^Sl-3     . , ( ,J  ^ ,f ,k.       U ^1     . k . k .    (   ,   , ^ ,   ||k, (J|l      | If     , . '[   U ,        k ., k- ,1 .U i u   1 ,       k ( , f' �� r  "' r fl    ' '���    -'   '    ' "fti  ,     1    , ���"' <y/ * , ^   ., *,      "  ,     1.   v ,<   - "   * ! " *   ���'       ,1 Mr   i. n   fO     '��    o  1   , r 1      1      ���  p  r     I,         ,   .^ ,'     Mi   ,41.    f h M     hi   k. 1  , ,                    . 1         4k                  a,       1   k      '  "'        ,,, l���,'8iifi     r<V ���'      '      . ���'*���  ,r'r     < ��,'   '  Jl           M'     ,    ' '     'I *i      p ' '                  ,.     Hi       ,,  (��7      �� 1           >r   , ,1 . 1 1,    '       v   ,'  I        "1                                         I"',!'"   "      " "J        ��,'         fl- I    '         a            I   -k   1     .    |ly      |[      1     --  'L   *    '���"         ,. ,d ,Z v ',      ' "    f''  i        >**                    1                    >.���>    *������ "'M   '���<      l, . .1  ,   i. ,,.1 .. ,, ps... J f..(,...,i .. - .),... ZSi  e  cty,  res* -_*  BY GERTRUDE WEST.  this th�� curtain   came up  on   the  third act of the play, and   almost  involuntarily they paused to  cen elusion of  the story, which wae  so muab like their own.  The officers  had just  appeared,  armed with   ihe   warrant for   hi��  vi> A .^  JT was a "first   night," and   the      "That does not alter the.fact." "Eleanor, where?      Home?"   he  curtain was about to rise upon       After this they were silent   for a  asked not understanding her.  the third  act.    Atthe  end  ofthe  little.    At last he spoke again. "No; where you said.      There is  second act   the situation wag this:       "If you were to be put to such a  time/*  The hero of the play had been ac- test, Eleanor, for the man you She had men to her feet,  cused of a   great crime.    The  offi-  loved?" Osborne  rose also and put out one  cers were close upon his track, and "If I loved bim, I think I should restraining hand. "Eleanor, think!  disgrace, ruin   and   imprisonment  be equal to it." You may repent," he said, but even  were hand in hand with them.    At      Osborne's face grew a shade more a8 **e spoke he. began "to move with  this point be   was alone  with   the  pale as he asked the next question,  her towards the exit.    As they did  woman he loved.    He had told her      -a*Have you seen the evening pa-  of all the evils that compassed him   pers ?"  and in the same instant   had   told       "Yea/*.  her of his love.      Woild she  risk       "Then you know   our bank is in  all for him, fly with  him, give  up  trouble?"  all else for love for him, or would "Yes; I read all the account."  she choose safety, comfort, an hon- 4lBut that did not tell \ou all.  orable name and home���all of It did not tell you that I am sua- arrest, and the lover bad turned to  which awaited her acceptance at the pected of embezzling the fuada." confront them. The heroine inter-  hands of another ? The curtain She sat very still and waited for JNS^d be&weeir him and them, and  had fallen upon the  lover appeal-  him to go on. mm of th�� officer�� spoke to her:  ing, the woman debating. The "I ought not to have brought **Do cot mab our task any  house remained silent, hushed, al- you out to-night. IStst I could aot harder, my girl\ W�� have come  most like a house of death. resist the  temptation  of  spending in time to save  you from  wasting  There were two in the orches- one more delightful evening with youroelf on this scoundrel. He  tra chairs who were watching the you. I knew there would he no has stolen the money of widows  play with an intensity of feeling public accusation until to-morrow, and orphans who have trusted him,  that could hardly be veiled. One I could not deny myself these few and with thta had thought to pave  was a  woman,   young,   handsome,   hours."   He spoke very low,so that  a golden j^  bearing in every line of her face his words came to her ear in a mere and indulgence���with you. The  and figure testimony that she had whisper. "You know that I love man will not deny his crime. You  never known other than tbe ease you; that I hoped, to make you my can see that from his face. Do not  and comfort and security that wife. I ought to .have been strong believe that his heart can be good  wealth begets. By her side was a enough not to tell you this now. or his love pure when he has so  man of apparently the same rank. I ought to have wailed, but I could wronged others."  This   was    David   Osborne of   the  not."    Miss   Wheelright made   no       The girl had sunk down,sobbing   th National  bank.    The  woman   answer, but she   pin out  her hand   and   c����vering   her   face  with   her  was Eleanor Wheelright, whom and touched the sleeve of his coat, hands, after one long searching  many supposed to be his affianced   It gave him courage. look at her lover.    At this be came  wife. In this, however, they were "By moining 1 may he arrested," toward her appealingly-  wrong, as no word of love had yet he said, "imprisoned. The amount "No, no!" she cried, waving htm  passed between the two. At the of defalcation is very great. If I away. "Oof I don't love you. I  end of the second act Osborne had start soon���at once���I may be in was about to yield all for you. It  turned to his companion question- Canada by morning and at least was madness, for you are not  ingly. "it is rather emotional," safe from arrest. A train leaves in worthy of it. It it? past nowl"  he said.    "Are you   ready to guess  an hour." Atthe words of  the officer, "He  the outcome of all this passion ? Miss Wheelright's agitation had has stolen the money of widows  Will the girl be a fool and yield been shown only by the nervous and orphans, and with this had  to hin persuasions?" plucking at  her   gloves.      One   of  thought to   pave a golden   road   to  "I hope ho," Miss Wheelright these had been drawn off. She indulgence with you/' Eleanor  replied, her tone gentle and sympa- began now to draw it on again. Wheelright had looked upon  thetic, Clbut Ishailnotcall it'being       She   held   the hand out to   him   Osborne's   face and   read the   truth  fo<>l.T     Unless   Bhe can   give   up   that he might button it.    Then she   there.  'nne.h for him  she   does   not   truly   drew her wrapn about her.   "Come,"       And when the girl had cried out:  him."  11 Kveil if he in the criminal ?"  ehe said* we shall have   no time to  "It was mildness.     It is past now,  lose.     Let us go at once." Osborne had looked upon her   face  r -  X  V:  ?���  a.  fir  >��� ���  ���7-  *&'.  s, y v* r����^��������.-��1,f,f,^fe^pt��WIW,Wi<  *����p��r��n��^v��������-��w��Hr��iiiMwWW����i,w.���d��s. Ik-^i  ^k."a���ff^. -k*-, rTr,    .T  ^_-       -W j~- k��jy_w    JJH^-tJ.  ^rf�� ���H��T-a���a i.    ��^T,        ikTi        ?"~a  j i-Y-p--"--   ~--.���  ���p5jc p~-^- >���"���^Mr��'''*:v!5l-'^\^\^i,-M^���*,B���"^^  THE NELSON ECONOiVIST  t  ��� ".id  ; _'. i  ri'p-t.'  and had seen that her own madness <��� Weakness!" retorted her friend; I."    The conductor   grinned, the  was also past. my  Seeing this, he put out his arm to  her calmly. "Shall I take you to  your carriage?" he asked.  girl, that's his  pathos!" maiden blushed,  and the   young  man signaled to stop.  She   bowed, and  they  While walking in South Audley  Street, one afternoon, Robert Louis  went out Stevenson and Edmund Gosse met  together. A moment later Osborne a stalwart beggar, whom Gosse  shut the carriage door between them refused aid. Stevenion, however,  and went alone upon the road, a wavered and finally handed him a  fugitive���the road that he had sixpence. The man pocketedthe coin  carefully paved with stolen gold.      forbore to thank his benefatcor, but  "Pat"' Alexander, to whom  "Shirley" makes reference in his  memoirs, on one occasion met Dr.  William Chambers on the North  Bridge, Edinburgh, and asked him  excitedly: "Have you found her?"  "Found  whom?"     "That woman  SHORT STORIES  .'. little gentleman going to give me?'  The right and wrong of the ques- ^ future��� gaid Stevensons as they  tion of the nude in art  were never gtrode coldly  Gn, "I  eball be.;'the  ��� ��� ��� : .,'���        you      were      advertising      for."  fixing his eyes on Gosse.said ma ��Woman,   j hadn't been advertis-  loud voice: "And what is the other _g ^  _   woman.��   -Oh,  jts;  better   put than by Dr.  Johnson  other Uule gentleman.v-  a hundred years ago.     "Sir,   said ___ _  the  persisting  James   *������gj��     A COBtermonger, while trundling ^  -bim, **do  you consider   Mr. Optes  ,.i.Ji..._��(iA.B.^n. ^        ,       .*.���_.     *.�����    U**  here it is," and from his waistcoat  pocket he extracted a soiled  advertisement clipped out of the  Scotsmcm. The doctor took it and  read: "Wanted a woman to clean  bim,-do  ?OU.^ his aPple-ladden>rt do^n a Lon-   Alexande;,  tbal   gentleman    had  naked Venus indecent?      .No, sir &coach oerhans.  thunders! the sturdy old moralist;  "but your question is!"  An English minister was once  visiting the Bishop of Derry when  there were two or three other clericals in the house. One morning  one of the parsons being late for  breakfast, the bishop sent  another  brother of  the  cloih  to go ��nd 8eeand finely  gasped  out: "Guv'ner  what detained him.    In a few mm- ^ ���>t no word fer it!"  ute�� be  returned with  tbe inform-  don street, was run into by a coach  ing party. The coster's cart got the  worst of it, losing a wheel and its  ruddy freight being scattered all  over the street. The driver of the  coach came back to settle for the  damages, and expected to come in  for a volley of choice cursing. But  the coster looked at his cart, looked  at his apples, looked   at the coach,  ation that the delinquent had cut  himself and was then audibly damming his blood.  disappeared���wisely perhaps.  When the late Eugene Field was  city editor of the Kansas City Times  he found great amusement in  annoying one of the characters,  employed on the paper. Ferguson  was one of the "make-ups" on the  paper, and in Wyandote, where he  resided, just over the line from  Kansas City; he was the leader of a  local temperance society. For over  a year, Field on coming down   to  r-i  Dumas^/s tells of a double action  ihe paper to go to work, would write  joke which he played on Meissooier a   personal concerning   ^urguson.  who was a botanist in his hours of Generally it ran like this:   Mr. John  leisure    The famous dramatist sent Ferguson, the well-known 'make-  At a convention of the Irish race him    a  paper containing the dried up' of  the -Time*- composing-room  <n Dublin, two speakers, who   had  roe of a herring, telling him that it  appeared for work yesterday in his  come from  the United States, con-  waB the 8eed of a very  rare plant, usual beastly Btate^in^  tributed the following sentences in  ,How are the seeds coming on?'* he This entertaining   bit Field would  hecour��eof their speeches.    One aeked the ^at  painter  the next Bend down in some bundle of xopy,  oMheTin   giving some  details of tiroehe6aw him.   "Oh, beautifully;  and the  others of the  composing-  ��'3     history,   informed     his x have  plftnted them in a circle." room would set it up and ��ay noth-  relrers   that "he had   left  Ireland  And he  took the   astonished joker  ing.     Poor Ferguson   knew    that  fiJty-three   years  before, a    naked  io a corner of the garden where the this   awful  personal   was in their  little boy, without a dollar in   his  heads of young herrings  were just  midst, and every  night   would  go  m  ^  vnr-" '  ;      i     ^*r\*Pi of two well-dressed pocket.      io nw   nonui,   uv   ��.- ~--o  Atlaat   in the cour��o of their con- lately empty.   ^00l"8 ��P Now and then it eBcaped his eagle  vil.tU on. ol them .aid:'���Qoit. conductor   J��   "^^ ^ ^ and  was  printed.     On -eh  etc   nice    i.nH  it?"       "Oh. qu��t@ changed m     p,int.,    nd    le t      y y        ^ ^^ burde         re  Lore than too  nloel" Moored her money at home.      U en he ^ond tha power of even a Chna-  Zpanion-, "only doeen't U .trik. V�������& ll^di ''So have Jn Bpirit  to bear,  you, a little weaknew in the kneeB f  her head and murmur  *��' ���  <f  ****>*��>  ���.,,��i��!|l"*5^\.    ^iSi,<k,.A^,��!PH����*����f><,,''<ti>'*',^'5*' 'I.  1    V^fJ  ,    ,r-       aa(H),   ,!���    .     r   ,,;   n.u       (  ��-     ->l >     ft,  ,    r      i v     a      1^ ��� I.     W        I , ���   ' .1*  <o7   ,   -        .��   If      ,-|it  _.-W��W,��k.^,P'Pl",fMPt  tkf,,iAai>**ST>'  .,_^����� I���^^"  ���_1ww��i����..>��rf'H!<?rirB��j  .,.,..��-wirT��p��>r��-  I it  h  '   1,1,,, i ,  '"it.  ) ' i  ,i��,p  _J^,<k��������'*����t��fi"'��''^i'*!o' ,       .,  N����W**����P^rP|SJJf7rikk,*. .,, I, rf . ,.+MPk^k,. *.(Hll*v.*)kM. A' Hkl  -,    >H||B     k,^���,^.8f. J.k., ,fa .1,     k,,l,|i,^.trlr  'All  I.   P'  I.I I I I  >!'' > 'il |M  ir   ir  '���A'i  if  ^"jfor'-vi  1   p|r  II o l  ^���1"   '^.'"ihr, rM  "*��t" �� MittiirWMiMaaAtoicifl*^^^  vff Tf    _     ^  dfe---?31  10  THE NELSON  ECONOMIST  #  - ' k7      -   , *  I.. I  V v��*v \  I Barbarians,"  French  and   English. ?  ���cnnclutU-d t��> be of ��hme'bHi*emetat% !  land   left   them   untouched.      And  j they, too, were solid guld. j  ? i  As he will appear in the  procession to-day.  C���f?TJF!CfiTE OF l��iPf!0����ilEfiT$.  ������Aherdeen'* Mineral Claim, *dUtate In   tho  N��kU(��n  Mining  1>I virion  of  Wwt   Kootertav  IMMrict.  Where located: On lV>reupine Creek*  Tnke   notice that   I.  Archie  Malntv-url-ng-  John*oii, us Hgent  for I'liri**, Crwmn*r,  Km*  Miner** eertllieate Xo.  IttlW,. Intend   sixty  days  from  the date hereof,  to apply  lo tht*  Mlnln*_;  Heeorder for a certificate of improve*  miMiiM. for the purjK**eor ohtainlng. a   Cruwti  gnuit <>f the ah*��ve elidm-  And further take n��lUv thai actloiv. under  station at?, in��*tt  tk�� "coinminced   before   the  hssttahcc ot *ueh ��>Ttitli"��t<? of Improvement*.  Dated thi��*>ihday of July* !*��:  OFFEE C  SSKtHtHfe,  Osalcrm In  Coffee Roasters  ea and Coffee  +w?.-mvti}i*,**U-Mt ���  ����'  Facie la tho C&s��.  'My son has accepted a position ta  Jtidge Hobbs'office."  y" Yes.; 1 met him when he was roa-  ning his legs off getting indorsements  on his application for the job."�����Clev^  l&nd Leader.  To a person who uses the brain a good  deal a light oovel or an amusing book  of travels or social essays will be found  to fee of the very greatest value as a retrt  tonic. Whore one is fond of children an  hour spent in the nursery will be moiS  resting.  The vineyards of Italy ��over nearly  f_.000.000 acrea  Tenders for Jewelry Stool.  skilled tender*, market! **Tender iof ���lt?vr-  ctrv,** will he* received hv the u*ider*dj:.s*ed': up  to July 3T>th,��t Pio'doeis noon, lor thev*S��*clk  in irndtv fixture* and Imm��Jc h^wiur.)* ofthe  estate of Brown Bros... lately of Net��*on... li.. .X,.-  i'tfweiter?-, ��U\, a* jotlowr* ;. jHoefc. l-s^^*^*  fixture*. $$��^1*.%: Book account.*. $ii30.:O;L .^u*eit'  ihst:*,etc. can l>e*eeu ��nd pn>|^rty hkispectedhy  application to iht? undersigned*-'Ttmritfn* mity-  'Ik* for rr Slock,** ** Fixture^* "rfc>ok mc^hujI*/':  or for at I three. Tertti*~-0��e-*hird Otidt, oBaJR  am* fit 3nand $> dsit.*..*eenred_    ������ ���  r,I,AMOXT,o;..:;  ���'/Nelson.������#_<"*., June ^;'iswe  We ar��* offering at lowest price* the he*tl  grades* of a^v Ion,! nd la. China and Japan  Our Be*i  Moeha nnd Java Coflee per  Mocha and Java Blend. * pound*. ,... - i m  Uiolee Blend Co fTee. \ pound*  i w  *^tftmnWun^^f��mnilM, ���,../��� j oo  Uio Blend Coffee,,-�� poniidw .......... r. ,��� | ao  ^pech*l Blend CVyton **n, |Hjfp��untj,    ^  V��pW*fc| *yu rP-^t���tw^hum.  A\ TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  JUVaVk-B^JKOl.-rt M li ���kfciiv^'J^-'_WAj. Wn. . j^ H i.v.-j  I  KOOTENaY COFFEE CO  Telephone 177.  P.O;fioxt8i.  W��ST     BAKER   STREET,    ^ELSO^  �����: Wr��ie>!. ^"v'.vi.iiii^j. *(*Mt*, :.!s-.K:..����j***h* )-.���;  wspvoW-'^'ivM :-Jio-r'+ft,ji-eM-'-'i.*-.-f:t,,v  1  "Comrsnleft'  Act*  iS��7,M and Amending  Act��.  . t>�� Btfr' n_r ^Mr-..;- SodF �� %^_f %gf*} :  . .      ...  ,���'���... ^i*^... ^W ��� wr \�� W     9 8 &����� B ��*?w^ ��  Whera Ijmcva Rule.  When a gala performance" ta gJven at th��  opera at Madrid, the show of lace worn  by tho Indie* of the haute noblesse ta truly  remarkable, and, though valuable jewelry  in also to he seen to a considerable extent,  it ta the lace mantilla and Honnees which  are most worthy of the admiration ofGon*  noissGurs. lt is Htmnge that the gjrnc*v  ful national fashion of wearing iiuiutilia#  still obtain^ but the fact ta undoubted.  At Otford, in K*nt. then* wa*  fnrrof-rlv a p^lnrp ^*f th*' A'ch* i*hnp  ..f Udti'erhnrv; \V ��Nev i^ wuil t*  \o have held his <:����urt rhefe. I��  whp hut a kbjhII place nnd \�� n"w >.  farm-hnnpe, joctureFipi* enough,  aod olden, hut exhihiting riogpeciRl  Higns nf pr< gperity. The other dn\  however, ��hi* little iiic*i<!eut  huppf*ned: The Farmer ��ent for ��  carpenter to do some odd jiIm Hbuif  the houM\ i\nd among other things  [o mend the knocker. The man  took it <<ff and naid, jtfter a clnne  examination of it: ,4I)o yon know  what thin knocker in nnnle nf?"  "Why, hra-<w. I HUppone.'* "No; it  i:- pureuold/' And it wa-*. Think  of the year* that thai rich prize ha*  hunji at ��h��* me rev of every tntuji!  A parallel c ��-e is thai of ��|.i�� j/rf*;iI  til o he* on 1 he pi I lar- of the Summer  l^alaee yate- at  1'ekin^r,  which Mihe  Nothx* t?* -her**hy "tfiven that ^ntntiel *.��������  Fowler, ijentteumn, of Nrtwi-n, 11. <*.. h���� heen  nmnrinted thenttoney for the "Ymir fSoUl  >llne^. hhiuted'% nnd ** The Kt;ter|kr$#e  {BrllMh CNiluNihhi) Mine4, l.hnlte��l/' hi pint**  of'the lit?** Jiuim*** H. U��"��t>ertw<mi��. afirl al��<��  aftorney for ** Tht? 'Whitewater "MincM.  LO:��Hi*<l'". In plfto* of Uwtrjjt? Ahwaitder of  Ktuslo, B. C.  XotSc'e i* al*��o civeti that tht' ^nti! hatnund ��S,  Fowler and John Knwrr, ��if N��l*��ot.. It. (\,  have tH'im ' a|'��tH^nted nit*.ntry*i for "lie*  Ivondnn nnd Brittah f.vdutuhia <��old Fieid"*.  nnnlud". in  phM'fof Jaine* It. BoberS*on.  l>a te<I ihi^ Mb tUty of April. H*c\  >. Y. WiMfiTON.  Ue��iwlr��r of Joint Ht*H>k t'ompanieit.  Vancouver snd Nelson  BAKER STREET, NELSON,, B. C  >.i.^^U-.l.-ifa-��tj^aiM.,^v:.>'.H^tM^..'^k.-.jk,;^.^J^jM,,.<,.>,>^^^��� _ ,,-....fT.J.-. ^^....-^ ^ ^7 ^.^.rf.^-r. ( .,. ������|.>vi-"[."ii ti-|-rt.ininiim  -ji0^iQam*&%!miiii^^  CERTIFICATE OP IfeSPROVtMtWTS.  Trannvanl Mln��*nil c|nim. ��t)tttate1n t!e�� Sf\  hoi�� Mint me I.dvtaion ����f We*t Ko*jI��'iihv 1��ih  triel,  Wlirn* h��eate<| : i:i�� Toad Moiintaln, al��onl  hah a mile w��-h| af th��? Silver Khnr  M ln����.  Tak-  nolle*-   that    !.   John    Mrl<atch!f,   of  ��he iZOy of Nel^tn, aef itltf M�� at_*��fi!    for   l*ere>  < |jji|.Mi;��n.     Vrt'v    Miner*     (Vrtlheate      No  B.V^^.'i, Diinean MrArthitr. Free MIimt'h ter  tlfleate* No. I! p^.Hl'. ItftUithiH li. .Ni'lwiii, Free  Mlner'NOrtlflejite N'��. B '^,,.��tl,nini (����lhourne  h. .farvta, i''rt"v Miner'** i.'ertifleat." No. II.Vlw.k  intend, Htxty flavH   from   lie*  dah< hen'of, lo  anpl-y to the Mlnhn; ({reorder for u (VrtltleHfi*  of l��iif��roveinent��,   for the pnrixiHe of ohtalie  Ini; a Trown <��rant al th** ahove eJalm.  And further take u��>tlee that aellon. under  weetion .'17, iiiunt he eomuienee<| before lh����  iMliuin* of Mueh i 'erl.Iheato of  JiunroVeiu����nlH,  Imted th!�� 17th day of May, A. I��. Il^rjr.  JoiinMcIm ti������itiK, I*. I*. S,  .'.���'iJa___%i:'_i'^Bc  iiin  World' Scenic Route.  DIRECT ROUTE  \V F^T  Winnipeg  Tor*��ntt��  f ittrtM'a  M tint real  New York  KAHT  VnneotiVer  VI el or la  Seattle  Borihind  Han FraneUeo  L��/"\ l\ EL       nUU    i    Wmm  From   Fort  Willhun,   the   hivurtte  nnturner  route hrall enwtern points.  Vhi Hoo l.lne  ForSt.Pnu),  Duluth, Hault Hte MarUs ('Id-  eau,f. *di'.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS. |  \  Sfeiuwlnder Mineral I'lahu, Hltunle  In  the j  Nelson    Mining  I��l\l^lon  of WcM   Koorenav ��  iMhtrlet. (  Where loeatetl;   mi  ToimI   Mountain,  aluail  half a tulle went mi rheMllvei  Kill}.. Mine,  Tal-e uotlee that l,.h��hu Mef.atehle. of lie  i'Wy ����f 'Ni'Imui, net Sttf,' an ii^i-ni for A Maethue ���  aid', l-'ree Mlfter'H rerilileute No, II Hi.Hl.l,  llllend, sixty ila.VH ftolll lhe rhile hereof, ;  to apply In the MSnlliu H��ri��r<l'i' for a <'er- ;  nii< al.-uf Itupri'Veinenis. lor lhe purpose of '  ohia hilrt;/ a 1 'rown < ��ra nl of   t he ahove ehitm.  A ii'l Itil I her lake  nollee   thai   ioM Ion, UnthT  "����� <t Ion iiT, r 1 lilt-.! he ei.uniuen��,e'l hefore the   \h   '���  M.iiiii'i- of mi eh ( 'erl i flenle of j in ju ov euol. I *���.      !  I la leil ihiM 17lh d oy o| Mav, A. I��, I'.m>.'. j  .Ion N Mi Imii Hi iM I'.n.H.  Tourist Sleeper Service  F VST Leave ininiimre Juni'tlen dally fer H\.  Paul ; leaven Kootenay LamlhiK lu��*��-  day ami Saturday for TnruiUo, Mon-  1 rertl, ete. 4 ,  \V|.',MT heave BevelMlolce Oaily lor SealtlO  and Yaneoiiver.  Through hooldiiKM to Ktirope via all Allan-  Prepaid  tlekelM at lo\vit*��l rah'H iKtiied   fiom  all F.uropeali etui lit rlein.  |-or nileHtii.d lull parili'ulat'M apply toloi-al  a��f��dM, or  J,S. lAHTKIt, K. J. COM >..  I ��ImI. Pans. Ai{l,(  Hellion.  A. *h V, A.  VanoiMivt.i"  4  [���  V  I:  I"  !_f ��� ������'"'  terr-' ���  P"  feS6 * sis  a/zaza-  ���y$W:-  )  y ���       * 'ly ;���  ���:AA/yi.  ��� ���:A-'~'/:'.'::-''a/  ���As/W/.  AZAy//  ill  '������ 'wm  ai A$m  -��������� - ���.-���:-~'Am  / "  a A'M  '���-. t';,';  MONTREAL, CANADA  ���      ,      ,     ,.    .��.    ��t    ���*.    �����.    v.-"-      ��������� a-k ,"S ('\k��.,,">���-\/',.''7.^aV,V,  , r   %,  FT***!*-.'  ��� I   Vi  '���**  ^K  O  [  ��  9  ��  iy  \;A  ...^w.w^WifWPtjYk''"  ,ww^f��� <*rr*^w1*' "  ���,���.*.���,.�� ."HM*-*1 "W1*  WW|,��,����(fa��Wtl��Tr-*,*"| , ,  I-     ���,*       ,,   k.lkk,  ,^��MWW��W��fR^lH3SiJJ),i,^p.^,^1)Jt,1   ^falt *<**+<,^P*-, *-(!*(��fro Vftilrw *��� *w *,  ,,,,���.,^^o<^-^��'r~��^  f" "��" - - ; -a-"- ���","-7 *  *    * ���'    ���   -I*..   *      \    a    :'V   ���     '    ,   '    ''   '   " ,        " " All orders must be accomm   ��� 'a %.  either personally or by mKS^ **d sho^ ^ forwarded  i#3  yo  . <i  Nlv  W. P. TIERNEV, GENERAL AGENT  mi  WMl  rs  fc~ifr~^^^  ,*-^-~��<^-��^~1  Auctioneers,  oioers_ Etc  Bath,  .   fc   e       'X    '  *    n3  Odd (rttiio^e"  lo* 633  Hair, 'Half, Tooth,  Infant, Etc.  Also a full line of Sponges and Bath Gloves at  */D .1*  "k     I p     *  St"  1     II      ��**  ?k,      t     �����*'    fo     '       ^Hk��*.    ^1,  * lh f,      t      I,  . \    '   ?  i ���,. �� I  k)p|*��  >4*j  J/j*  P---4^-4��^M��^^ ^,<* ���*���  ���fV���Jf^S.  , .   ff8' *  1    l A  " *\ ,.  \ I  yV*aJ     1 .  ~*~������k*k,4^i **"  V  i> -J., ��� V], ,     aw, ^ ,        ^ Hi    ,,     I  ��T .,   I   (',

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.xnelsonecon.1-0184364/manifest

Comment

Related Items