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 liH  _    '.I  K  _>       WM.  R. HEARST:    "I have seen the  ,    most beautiful lakes in Italy and Switzcr-  > land, and all those lovely spots, but I have  > never seen any thing liner than the Kootenay lake and the Arrow lakes. We had a  delightful timo there. This was rny llrst  trip through there."  1_ OCT li 19a  m-rn ���  ���^^<^AA^>J^k^^*A^AiAA^A*  PROF. JJ1LI.8 lias never seen anything  nuer UiutV-the fruit of Nelson district.  He  jiaaetl -.yi dldu'tsee the cherries or rasp-  -fjcrriijtf-or goo.H-eberrles, but il lhey oom-  rjlfrt with tlie applc-s, pears and plums,  "*V  you have here a fruit country unsurpassed  >   hy anything in the Dominion." x  *      ��AA^/v^/v^^/^/^A.vvv^A^vv*^^���������������  VOLUME  IX. \  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1905.  DUMBER 13  EVERY MAN HAS  HIS DOUBLE  Many Innocent Persons Often  Wrongfully Convicted.  Nearly every human being living  ' has a "doubIe":���a person so like hint  in form and features that even his  closest friends and nearest relatives are  likely to be deceived by the resera-  - blance. Aa a result of mistaken identity many innocent persons are arrested and often convicted of crimes  and executed tor murders they never  (Committed. Detectives at police headquarters can cite scores of cases which  have come under their personal observation. Keeper Payne, at the morgue,  can tell you of many instances where,  persons', identified as dead have later  turned up safe and sound, often in time  to attend their own funerals.  One of the most recent cases in police  history was that of Edward Park, a  tutor of the family of Banker James J.  Higginson. The Higginson jewels disappeared in July last. Park, who bore  an excellent reputation and had the  freedom of the house, was on tiie premises at the time. A few days later he  set sail for Norway.  As the thief had left no trace behind  him the detectives concluded that the  robbery was an "inside job." . They  suspected Park and pawnbrokers who  had loaned money on some of the  stolen property picked out his likeness  from a group of photographs as that of  the man who had pledged the plunder.  When Park's steamer reached Norway he was arrested on a cable order  from this city. The mystery was  cleared up a few days ago when Ralph  Warner, a professional criminal, who  clcsely resembles Park, was arrested  and confessed to having pawned tlie  jewels. '. The man who actually stole  them and gave them to Warner to  "pledge is. in prison and has "also confessed. He entered tha house by false  keys and left quietly by the front door.  Henry Deitrich and Thomas Kileline  were admitted to the Bellevue hospital  within a few hours of one another on  July lO. According tothe records Kil-  cline was discharged as cured July 11,  while Deitrich died early the following  morning. The body was removed to  the morgue.   A brother of Kileline ap-  was a consumptive, to the Seton  hospital at Souyten Duyvil, and later  received word of his death. Sheen-  engaged Undertaker John J. Fox, of  tlie Bronx, to bring the body home  where it was "waked" for three days  by relatives and intimate friends. There x  was no question at lhe time concerning  the identity of the body, although it  was mted that the face bore marks of  the ravage of disease. Two months  after the funeral,  while Mrs. Smith  THINGS TALKED OF IN NELSON DURING  THE WEEK,  All reports from the Dominion exhibition, which ends at New Westminster to-day, agree that as regards  exhibits it has been a pronounced success. The resources of the Proyince  were well displayed, and visitors ex-i  pressed themselves surprised at tlie  high quality of the exhibits. In this  respect  the Province  has secured  an  introduced to the alleged relative, con-, it    was    now   a  comparatively   easy  IN CUPID'S  LITTLE NET  peared at the morgue and identified  'the body of Deitrich as Kileline. He  said there must be a mix-up in tlie  records. He demanded the body and  threatened to make all kinds of trouble  for Acting Superintendent Ricard,  who refused to give it up without further proof. He brought out other  members of his family, who. were  equally positive in tlieir identification.  Finally Sergt-Major Walsh, of the  Sixty-ninth regiment, and Pte. Michael  Norton, also identified the body as  that of Kileline, who was a member of  , their regiment during tlie Spanish war.  Morgue Keeper Fayne was almost convinced, when Kileline turned up alive,  much to his brother's chagrin.  Rev. George Nelson Deyo is curate  of St. Augustine's chapel at 107 East  Houston street. In February last he  caused the arrest of Helen Monahan,  of 156 East One Hundred and Tweny-  , eighth street. He told the magistrate  in Yorkville police court that for five  years the young woman -had been following him and writing him letters insisting that he was a former sweetheart, The woman insisted that lie  was Edward Smith, whom she had  known for fourteen years, and said  that he had been a frequent visitor at  her house. She accused thecurate of  Hying a double life. She was not convinced to the contrary until ho proved  an air-tignt alibi. It was later shown  that the real Edward Smith, who had  done the courting and who bore a striking likeness to the curate, was dead.  Mrs. Mary Smith, who lives at One  Hundred and Forty-sixth street and  Third avenue, sent her husband, who  walked in and asked for something to  eat. He explained that he had not  died, and that since leaving the hospital  he had been wandering around in  search of .work.  Two women named Marie Levvan-  dowska came to this country recently  from Hungary, one on the steamer H.  H. Meir and 'tbe other on the Bar-  barosa. They looked so much alike  that the officials at the barge office supposed that they were sisters. Each  had one child five years of age. One  had come lo meet a husband living in  Brooklyn, while the other expected to  meet a husband living in Baltimore.  Herman Lewandowska,. of Brooklyn,  was the first to call for his wife. He  shosyed his credentials - from -the  steamship office and a crier shouted  out the name "Marie Lewandowska."  Great was the joy of the Brooklyn man  when the woman appeared in the front  office. He embraced tlie former, killed  her passionately and then seized the  child and folded the little one to liis  bosom. He was leading them to the/  street, talking like a windmill in his  native tongue, when something in the  woman's manner attracted one of the  clerks. x *  "Is that your wife?" demanded the  clerk. ..-���������..'  " "Why sure," was tlie reply. Then  the man took a go"d look, and hesitated. "She's changed a little, but she  must be my wife," he added.  In answer to questions the woman  said sho believed the man was her husband, but that he had written her from  Baltimore, not Brooklyn. Then the  second Mrs. Lewandowska and child  were produced, and this time there was.  no mistaking the recognition. All  wept for joy when,the matter of identification was cleared up.  In nearly all of the big murder mys-  \ -  teries which have puzzled the police in  recent years the question of identity  has^been.bne^ofrthe-chieffuctorsin^deW  termining the guilt or innocence of  persons suspected.     In the Molineux  case the man who leased the private  was  preparing  dinner, her   husband \ advertisement that must prove most  beneficial in the future. But.many  complaints have been made.as regards  the utter lack of-system in carrying  out the programme of the exhibition.  As a matter of fact, apart from the concerts by the Irish Guards Band and  the la. rosse matches, there were no  attractions to speak of, and there was  no pretense to entertain' the visitors,  who spent most of their time wander-  ingaimlesslyaround the grounds, wondering what would come next. It was  a case of every man for himself. The  management appeared to be utterly  lacking in capacity to conduct such an  exhibition. The advertising matter  was not distributed in the upper country until within a few days before the  fair, and then only at the urgent solci-  tation of the railway agents. As a result only .35 or 40 went from  this part of the Kootenay, when.there  should have been twenty times that  number. It is unfortunate that the  first Dominion exhibition in British  Columbia should have been so badly  mauaged, but it is gratifying to learn  that even with this drawback the exhibition proper was really attractive  aud instructive.  The mantle of Bret Harte seems to  have descended upon the.sboukters of  Hon. D. W. Higgins. Indeed, there  are many who will place Mr. Higgins  before the famous writer of California  stories. Bret Harte confined himself  to fiction, aud it will be readily admitted that his success in his chosen  path was well deserved. Mr. Higgins  has eschewed fiction, but his narratives are none the less interesting on  that account. The author has chosen  to give this, his second book, the title,  "The Passing of a Race, and More  Tales of Western Life," This is only  one story in the series, and tells in  graphic style how the Indian race ou  Vancouver Island was decimated by  ITdultl^atedwhiske^^fThe many in-  rteestiug stories in  the  book, perhaps  1 the best is "The Wrong Saddle-Bags."  I This is a record ofa horrible crime per-  letter box to tbe man believed to have' .,_-,. ,  .     ,_.������  petrated on the Cariboo road in   1863  In it the author gives one an insight  sent Me poison to Mrs. Adams identified Molineux as the mau who called  for the letters, while the girl who sold  the silver bottle holder in the Newark  store was unable to say that Molineux  was the purchaser.  When Dolly Reynolds was murdered  atthe Grand hotel a colored bellboy  identified Dr. Kennedy as the man  who had been seen leaving the hotel  at an early hour in the morning. The  life of Dr. Kennedy depended largely  whether or not the jury believed the  bellboy was right.  A colored bellboy at the Glen Island  hotel, where Walter Brooks was murdered, was one of the witnesses against  Florence Burns, who was suspected of  the crime. He identified her as the  young woman who hail come to the  hotel with Brooks, but his identification was shaken by cross-examination.  In the famous Perth Amboy murder  mystery���the yictim was Mary Anderson���Johnny Beisel, a thirteen-year-  old boy, positively identified Morris  Berg as a man who had chased him  from the scene of the murder within  a few minutes of the time the crime  was committed. There wasstrongcor-  roborative'evidence. If Berg had not  been able to establish a positive alibi  his life would almost certainly have  been forfeited.���New York World.  into life iu the Cariboo mines at that  time. Other stories are "A Visitation  from God," "A California Stage Coach  Adventure," "The Lions," etc. The  last named is thc "story of a Cariboo  miner, who visits Vancouver after an  absence of tliirty years. Tbe book is  profusely illustrated ami handsomely  bound. Those who have read "The  Mystic Spring" series should not fail  to get the latest work. It is issued hy  William Briggs, Toronto, and for sale  by the Canada Drug & Book Co., Nelson.   Price $1.50.  In the old days one could tell a Tory  from a Grit at a glance ; but since the  Grits have robbed the Tories of policy  and everything else, the task is by no  means so simple. In fact, some Grits  take special pains to "make themselves  up" to look like Tories, and thc counterfeit is often misleading. This accounts for the deception practised on  several respectable, well-meaning citizens this week. Sam Green, of Kaslo,  whose political principles have never  been brought into question, was a visitor to Nelson the early part of the  week, and Postmaster Gibson took advantage of the occasion to introduce  Mr. Green as a long-lost brother from  Bruce county. Whatever vices Jack  The Economist is the only leading j may have, wilful prevarication has not  paper in the country that is not now heretofore been catalogued among his  printed on a perfecting press. assets, so a host of friends who were  gratulated the genial postmaster on j matter to secure capital for investment,  being the fortunate possessor of such a [ A few years ago, it was believed that  handsome brother, and he accepted  the numerous felicitations without a  pang ol* .conscience. The writer of  this paragraph and Col. Lowery were  among those victimized, "and >tbe deception was all the more painful iu that  it was aided and abetted by two old Tories like Gold Commissioner Renwick  and Sam Green himself. Itis scarcely  necessary to add that in future when  Postmaster Gibson introduces a long-  lost brother to The Economist, lie  will be politely requested to accompany  the same with a ;certifieate of birth,  not necessarily for publication, but as  a guarantee of good faith.  Sir Thomas Su|ughnessy has the  reputation of 8eing;one of the shrewdest investors in Canada. It'  is known that he has great faith in  the future of British Columbia.  Within tlie last year he has purchased  a fruit ranch on Okanagan lake. But  his latest'venture will place hi-j reputation as a financial genius beyond all  question. It is stated in Nelson, on  unimpeachable authority, that Sir  Thomas has at last secured a controlling interest in the Nelson, Tribune,  and has been so fortunate as to retain  the exclusive services of its able managing editor,William Blakemore. It  is understood that iiuder the new arrangement Mr. Blakemore will be  able to draw wages. This cheering information inspires The .Economist  bard to sing :      -  With Shaughnessy I'll ride in state,   .  And Tribune shares We'll conliseatc,  " ."- iralevolentiiti, '.'��� '-'"'   o  ��� Pestilential,  Consequential,  ;  Fourth estate.  I'll have "Windy" Young for chief of staff.  His merry jests will make us laugh  Coal for coking,  Glee invoking,  Mirth provoking,  Chief of starl'.  My specialty will be high finance,  My fortune I will thus enhance,       /  Nerve distracting,  Scenes enacting, :  Mostexuc-ting  High llnance.  I shall induce the rich magnate  To introduce a new freight rate,  A referential.  Differential,  Preferential  Freight rate.  Fll-hirea large aDd-rooray-hall.=-=-H=HH=H=i_=__  And there display my massive sail, .  Rudlmental,  Ornamental,  Monumental  Native gall.  I'll be the C. P. R. candidate,  For it alone I'll legislate,  Most potential,-  Influential,  Bat essential  Syndicate. .  I'll "swipe"a pair of Houston's ,pan:s,  Which I may fill, in time, percliunee,  Hypothecated,  Electro-plated,  Insulated  Houston pants.  The judges I shall subjugatov  And thrust lliein from tholr high estate,  Unessential,  Reverential,  Kinlnential  High estate.  Every night a new sensation,  (Tiiere shall be no condensation),  Goodness gracious!  Most salacious,  If fallacious  New sensation.  And thus we'll win a circulation  Far beyond all computation,  Q,ultoexcluslvo,  Yet elusive,  Oft delusive,  Circulation.  The decision of the Kootenay Fruit  Growers' Association to prepare a display for the Royal Horticultural exhibition to be held iu London on December 5, will be universally endorsed.  An exhibit of this character wilt attract more attention at the woild's  metropolis than it would at any other  place in the world. The British people  are becoming more and more interested  iu Canada every day, and particularly  in British Columbia. Only a shorr  lime ago Agent-General Turner wrote  The Economist that with the advertising this Province was gettingabroad  mining would be the, only industry of  the Province, but now it has been demonstrated that the resources will be  varied, and that fruit-growing will run  mining a hard race for first place.  Fruit-growing has more attraction for  the intending settler than mining, and  the more our capabilities in this direction are kept to the front the belter  it will be for the, Province. The  Local Government is doing everything iu its . power to encourage this - branch of industry,  and it is pleasing to note that those efforts are meeting with such ^gratifying  results^ R. M. Palmer, secretary of  the bureau of information, has  the matter of the British Columbia exhibit ih hand, which is as much as saying that the work will be well aud advantageously performed.       ,���.������ ."���-  The Marriage of E. C. Wragge  to Miss Thompson.  J. H. Drewe, who for the past.year  or so has had charge o�� the business  of the J. H. Ashdown Hardware Co.  in Nelson, will retire from the local  branch this month and take charge of  the Calgary branch of the house. Mr.  Drew, during his residence in Nelson  has made.many friends for himself  and his firm, and his departure will be  regretted by the citizens generally.  Hamilton Byers, one of the best hardware men : in British Columbia, succeeds-Mr. Drewe, and the firm is esteemed fortunate in its selection.  Last Monday evening a "dispatch/'  to the Nelson Tribune conveyed the  iriformation that King, the Saskatchewan murderer, would suffer the death  penalty, on'- the following morning,  The Vancouver Province of the previous Saturday gave the details of the  execution of King, which had taken  place that morning. A gentleman  whose attention was called to the  manufactured "dispatch" remarked :  "Why, that's/nothing for the Tribune;  tbe only wonder is that it was not a  month, instead of three days, behind  time." That's what comes of having  a "vigorous" writer for a managing  editor.  =^If*.thitigs"di)n,t^ibk^up"sbon irTFeF"  nie, there will be no need of holding  an assize court in Nelson. There was  only one case tried at the recent assize  and the accused was acquitted. Fernie  must do better than that.'or it will be  reduced to a second rate burg.  TheYaquis are again on the warpath,  and G. B. McMillan will shortly start  for Mexico to quel) the disturbance.  The Tribune, not in a boastful fpirit  but rather as a matter of news, announce? that its paid circulation has  increased tliirty per cent during the  papt six months. This provokes the  inquiry, hus the Tribune secured another subscriber, or has some delinquent paid up his subscription V  The marriage of  Miss Mary Aloysia  Thompson, eldest daughter of the late  Sir John Thompson and Lady Thompson,    and    Mr.    Edmund    Carlyon  Wragge, son  of Mr. Wragge of Madison avenue, took, place on Thursday  afternoon before a small party of the  relatives of the bride and groom.    The  ceremony was strictly private.     The  bride was brought in by her brother,  Mr. John Thompson of Ottawa, and  attended  by   her   two    sisters    Miss  Helena and Miss Fraukie Thompson.  Her bridal gown was of the softest and  most beautiful cream white satin, the  skirt slightly   trained  and   perfectly  plain except for a dainty herringbone  de soie on the folded Yearns and box  pleat in  the back.   The little bodice  was ornamented with  four handsome  revefs of Brussels lace, and the sleeves,  were shirred to the elbow, mousseline  de soie and fine lace insertions being  used to relieve the satin and the bodice  being-prettily shirred with  bias satin.  The veil  and orange   blossoms completed  the toilette of one ofthe prettiest little brides Toronto has ever reluctantly relinquished to a "far coun-  trie," for Mr. and Mrs. Wragge are' to  reside   in    British    Columbia.     The  Misses Thompson  wore  frocks of delicate crepe de soie, ond Mr. Ernest Cat-  tauach \was best man.   The bride wore  a   very sweet little necklace of  turquoise, the gift of Lord and Lady, Aberdeen.    Lady Marjorie Sinclair sent  her friend a baroque of pearl heart pendent with   the bride's initial there-jwi  in diamonds and a loving message.   A  roomful of presents was admired by  the guests; an I some handsome old  family silver   from   the  groom's parents,  a  handsome silver tray, a fine  sea lion travelling bag, and alhsorts of  silver, china, lace, jewelry, crystal and  pictures, with many handsome bits of  furniture, from a piano from her mother, among other  maternal gifts, down  to a useful and smart  little array  of  kitchen ware from the maids, all bearingmessages of love to  the  departing  bride,  were among the  gifts.   After  ^^jiiarrjageiI^j-J��homp50ii received  Scotland  Yard, London,  iu a request  to Chief of Police Collins to search tlie  j city for the alleged  burglars and the  plunder.     It was on September 0 that  the  burglary  was committed.     The  woman, who lived in the Irish capital,  posed, it is said, as a leader in Chicago  society.     It was she who furnished to  the thieves information that made it  possible for them to steal the treasure.  This robbery was committed on the  morning after a ball  which Mr. Mulhall gave, and at which the suspected  woman was a guest.     Mr. Mulhall ia  said to be a relative of Michael George  Mulhall, a celebrated British statistician.     In the notice received by the  police in Chicago it was said the Irish  and English authorities were of., the  opinion that an effort to dispose of the -  jewels would be made in Chicago, and  that it was probable the men and their  accomplice had reached this city."  Preparations for the observance of  Trafalgar Day are .proceeding satisfactorily.  Harry Jackson, street car conductor,  is going down to the Spokane fair. He  leaves to-morrow.  Either the'Vancouver police are lax  in performing their duties or the city  is growing good, for the assize court  has been cancelled, no cases forthcoming.  J. E. Annable reports the sale of a  fruit ranch of 160 acres to Manitoba  parties, but as the money is not paid  over yet he has withheld the names of  th'e' purchasers for the present.  Mr.-.and Mrs. Douche, Nelson, who  havebeen.. travelling through Europe  the past three months sailed fori home  Oh'the 28th of last month, and will.ar-  here about the 10th Rist.  The misunderstanding over the division of the new judicial districts is  njt one that demands comment one  way or the other. The question will  be settled shortly, and it is not likely  that any litigants will be put to any  great inconvenience.  There may be considerable truth in  the rumor that Hon. G. W. Ross,  leader of the defeated Ontario Government, is to be appointed Lieut.-Gov-  ernor of British Columbia. Mr. Ross  has made several visits to tbis Province,  and has often expressed a desire tb  take up his residence here. His appointment, however, will not be very  sati stactoryto the Liberals, who believe  that the office should be filled by a  resident ol the Province.  a limited number of guests at her home  in St. Joseph street, where Mr. und  Mrs. Edmund Wragge, standing in a  flowery bower in the drawing-room,  were tendered many good wishes. The  lovely weather, warm as' June, but  with September's mellow tone, made  everything look particularly bright and  festive. After the dejeuner, at which  Mr. G. R. R. Cockburn proposed the  bride's health, Mr. and Mrs. Wragge  left for a honeymoon in Muskoka al  Lady Thompson's island, the bride  travelling in a lovely violet cloth costume, over a cream blouse, and touched  with dainty pink broideries de sole  and a very pretty little violet hat.���Toronto Saturday Night.  STORY OF  GEE AT ROBBERY  Alleged   Theft   of   Valuable  Irish Relics and Crown.  A New York despatch of Oct. 3 says:  "According to a Chicago special to the  Herald, property valued at $1,000,000.  including a'-i "������"���lent Irish crown, is  sought for in Chicago pawnshops. The  property is said to have been taken by  burglars two weeks ago from the home  of John Mulhall, No. 14 Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin, Ireland. The burglars, it  is thought, were two men well known  to the Chicago police, and they had  for their accomplice a beautiful woman.  It is believed they have come to the  United States. Details of this burglary reached Chicago yesterday from  T. J. Scanlan and'Thomas Madden  have relumed from a visit to the coast.  Tliey enjoyed themselves immensely,  and will have a few stories to tell of  their visit when thc sons of St. Patrick  hold their annual reunion next March,  Dr. McLennan, for some time in  partnership with Dr. Hall, has removed to Vancouver. The doctor i9  skilful in the practice of his profession,  and-his-many friend-in-Nelson���will-  always be pleased to hear of his success  in his new home.  The London Bioscope Company will  exhibit at the Opera House ou the  evenings of October 9 and 10. This  company appears annually in Nelson,  and never fails to attract a large audience. The pictures aro artistic, attractive and instructive.  C. J. South, secretary of the Children's Home in Vancouver, ia visiting  Nelson, Mr. South has rendered good  service in tho cause of humanity.  There are nowfrl children in the home,  nearly all of whom have been rescued  from undesirable environment, and  placed where they will have an opportunity to grow up useful citizens.  The running time between Nelson  and all other Kooteuay points,, and  Vancouver over the C. P. R. will be  cut by exactly twelve hours when the  wintertime table goe3 into effect on  or about November 1. At present the  running time between Nelson and Vancouver is 39 hours. It will be reduced to  27 hours under the new schedule, which  is now in the process of preparation.  Leaving Nelson, the C. P. R. route  will run to Slocan Junction and thence  to Slocan City by rail. At Slocan City  boats will be operated to Rosebery, at  the head of Slocan Lake. Thence  there will be another rail ride toNa-  kusp on the Columbia river. From  Nakusp boats will run to Arrowhead  and thence over the usual route via  Revelstoke to Vancouver.  ��   -.   --.i  I  70  ''if THE NE  SON  ECONOMIST  THE MELSOU ECONOMIST  Published every Saturday afternoon at  Veunon Street, Nelson, B. C.  $1 Pei Hear Strictly in Advance  Advertising rates made known ou application.  All changes In advertlse.aents to insure  Insertion should reach this office not latur  than Thursday, 12 o'clock.  "When change of address is required, 11. Is  desirable lhat both the old address and the  now be given.  Address all communications, " Publisher  of The Nklson kicoxoMisr. Nelson. B. C."  NOTICE.  Notice Is hereby given that CO days after  date 1 intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Ijinils and Works, for pm-mlsslon  to purchase the following described hinds ln  West, Koot-enay District.:���C'ominonciiu; at a  post iilxuil one mile .soutli of duiUei_ur  nuirked K. W. I'rne^er's southeast corner,  west-10 cliiiins, tlience norlh 80 chains, tlit-nne  until-MO cliiiins inoru; or less to the railway,  ttiericc foilowing ii(.lit. ol way of said railway  to the pointof coinnienceiin-nt.  K. W   1* IJAKGl-.U.  Dated 24th May, 1905,  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  A. nugget of gold valued at over  $1,000 was found ou the property  of the Finland Gold Company, on  the Ivalo River, Finland.  The existence of graft in connection with the Japanese navy shows  that the little brown men have followed the.methods of western civilization  altogether   too   truthfully  NOTICK.  Notice Ik hereby given Unit CO days after  date I intejid to apply to the Chief Commits-  .iliMWf of Lands and Works fur permission  to purchase the following deseilbed Innds In  West Kooti'iuiy dltstrlcl:���CoiuniuneiiiK at a  post, ii bout niie mile south of Caslk-mii- marked  1-". I-*k'l<-hci-'s nortli east corner, thence west  It) chains, llience south HO chains. IIhmicc cast  It) chains more or less to the railway, thence  following rltslit- of wny of said railway to the  point of commencement.  ,  ���        FltAJfK l-'I.ETCUKU,  Dated 2-ltli May, 1005.  inestTann  PORTLAND AND RETURN  Choice of Routes  All Rail via Sumas or S. S. Princess Victoria. Vancouver to  Seattle via Victoria  SewjngMachlnesandPianas  It is to be hoped that Mr. Fernau  will-secure control of the Pilot Bay  smelter. The reopening of the  smelter would be of incalculable  benefit to the Kootenay Lake Dis-  trict.  Itis roughly estimated that there  are 43,000 water driukets in the  city of Toronto. It is to. be assumed  that the rest ol the .population confine themselves to a more exhilarating beverage.   /  ' A new postoffice has been established at Fort McPherson, in the  Mackenzie district. Fort McPherson is nearly five thousand miles  distant from Ottawa, and is further  from Edmon ton I north   tha n   New  'Orleans is south. ��__'  Under the management of John  Houston, the Nelson Tribune was  alwaj'S ready for a fight ; under its  present management the Tribune prefers to fight and run  away. Tbe public honors a fighter,  but detests a poltroon and a groveller.  Gapt. James Wiggins, the man  who opened the north-eastern passage, died on September 15. Capt.  Wiggins'  made_ the   first   voyage  through Kara Sea. lie was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and a life member of the Russian Imperial Geographical Society.  Tbe man who ordered the 200  obscene books for the Carnegie Library at Dawson City-should he severely punished. The books were  in the French and all were more or  less filthy. It vvas fortunate the  customs autborilies seized the objectionable works before any great  harm was done.  For Rent and for Sale  0 d Puriosit^Shop. JasPnHine St. Nelson  dated is best evidenced by there-  cent expense it has incurred lo  meet the growing demand for' the  paper.  Vancouver, Victoria, Seattle  __lOb / \j  30 Day Limit  Corresponding   rates   from   all   Koolenny  points.  Gooo^ear Welt.   Very Best  Value.  A good safe investment is to buy a few shares in the  The Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co.,  of Canada, Limited  Capital Stock $5,000,000. Fully Paid and Non-Assessable.  Par Value shares, $5 each. No Bonds or Preferred Stock.  Can Buy from One Share up.  Apply to  You: opportunity for* a good bargain is right now, and if a if a practical s_ oemaker don't know when he is giving his customers tbeir  money s worth then who does. *  Tliroujili Sleeper'Arrowhead- to Vancouver,  Wednesday, Friday, Sunday.  We are gravely informed that the  C. P. R. has begun to ,use natural  <?as for- illuminating purposes.  There is nothing original in the use  nf natural gas but it is not ahvays  illuminating.-���Nelson Tribune.-  ���  The foregoing appears to le  ��ntnevvhat premature, although it  was reported this week that an option oil-200 "natural gas" shares  ,had been secured for the C."P. R.,  and that if a controlling interest  could be handled, tlie natural gas  thus acquired would lie used exclusively tor "illuminating"  purposes.  It may be of interest to many to  learn that Goldfield, Nevada,  (where John Houston now resides,)  has just been clinched with the  outer world.'by-a solid gold-spike.  Tlie-citizens there had a great time  for three days, celebrating the completion of their .railway.* Tiiere are  lots of things that Goldfkld may  not be endowed with, but assuredly,  gold is not one ol them ; it has all  kinds of gold. The first shipment  out from lhe camp over its new  railro.'td consisted of twenty carloads of ore from the Reilly lease on  lhe Florence mine, the value of  which was $220,000.in gold.  Rossland has a new daily paper,  /the Star, published by Hugh Ail-  ken, ofthe Nanaimo Herald. Rossland bas now a paper that will ad-  lierely consistently lo one set of political principles, and it will not  turn with every favoring breeze.  The Economist differs with the  Star politically, but it admires the  editor who will not sell his birthright for a mess of poltage.  The Victoria Colonist has just  installed a new perfecting press,  and in honor of the event last Sunday it issued a magnificent 24 page  edition, reviewing the history of  the paper during the4S years it has  been in existence." Tbe Colonist is  one of the leading papers of Can  _ada,  ai'.d that  its work  is appre-  The citizens of Nelson may well  congratulate themselves tbat their  differences with the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company have  been amicably settled. There is  nothing to le gained at this time in  probing old wounds ; nor is it desirable lhat any lengthy reference  should be made to the efforts of one  mischief-maker to perpetuate the  feud between Lome Campbell and  the city and if possible prevent a  satisfactory adjustment of all grievances. The fight never should  have started ; but it is well that it  was stopped while it was possible  for both sides to retire with honor.  To Aid. Gillette most of the credit  l'or effecting the settlement is due,'  and his fellow-citizens fully appreciate the obligation under which he  has placed them. It is to be hoped  chat there will be no delay in completing the power plant, and tbat tbe  system will be in operation before  the espiratiou of many months.  Before that time, however, other  perplexing questions will arise, ancl  the city's interests will be best  guarded if all matters are considered carefully and calmly with the  object of restoring our prestige and  supplying the public with light and  power en au economical basis.  For full particulars, first, class or tourist  sleeper reservations, apply to local agents or'  write  ���a . I  E. J. COYLE,"  A. G. 1\ A.  Vancouver  J. .S.CARTER,  Disl.Pass. Agt.  Nelson.  lOHf. McLatchie  Dominion and  Provincia!  Land Surveyor  Cor.   Stanley  and Victoria,  Nelson  Fo S. Clements  DOMINION AND PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR.  Room 16        K-W-C Block  Frank Fletcher  PROVIX���AL, _.ANT) SURVEYOR  l_n.ndsan_ Mineral Claims Surveyed  and Crown Granted  I\ O. t.ox.563       Oflice: Kooteimv St.  Nelson  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers I n  Camps supplied 011 shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive  careful  'atteutioirr"" ,___==zf_______=__  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stock.  ��. C.f RAVES. Manager  NOTICE.  Notieo is hereby given, Hint sixty ((Ml) dnys  lifter date. I intend to iipply lo the Chief Commissioner of Liuicis nnd Works for permission  to purchase the followlnj: desi-rihed hinds, on  the soutii side of Kootenay Itiver lu the West  Kootenay District,, nnd containing approximately 1-0 acres of hind.  C'oiniiienelni: at. a post marked' A. I_. Mc-  Culloeh's HouUiwext. corner, living also the  southwest, corner of L IEI07A. Tlie"wild hinds  are bounded 011 the west, by Lots tWOTAnnd  51171'), Croup 1 ; on l.he north by the Ivootnnay  Itiver; on the enst, by I,ots:iinJ, ifiMtt, ��!>:'0. SiWl,  Croup I: on the south by Lots a9;Jl,:w;tl, IKHT7A  and BW-I, Croup 1.  Dated August 'ijtli,1905.  A. Ii. McCulloch.  Cancellation of Reserve.  COAST DISTRICT.  Notice Is hereby'given that, tho reservation,  notice of which was published In the 15. (J.  Uazet.tc, and dated Bill Angus'. lUUl. covering  a licit of land extending su-k u distance of  ten miles on each side of the Skeena Kiver  between Kllsllas Canyon and Iln/.cltou, is  cancelled.  Notico is also given that that portion of tlie  reservation, notice of which wns published in  the li. 0. Gazette and dated 27th December,  1890, covering a belt of land extending between the mouth rit'-KItniat Itiver and Kit-  sihis Canyon, i.s rescinded in so far  as it covers land lying between the  KlLsilas Canyon and a point in the  ICitmat Valley, distant ten miles In a  northerly direction from, the mouth of Kit-  mat Kiver. and lhat- Crown lands thereon will  be open to sale, pre-emption and oilier dispos-,  ition under tlie provisions of the Land Act,  on and nfter the eighth (Sth) day of December  next: Provided that, the, right of way of any  railway shall not be included In any lands so  acquired.  W. S. Gone.  Deputy Oommissionerof Lands and Works;  Ijuids and Works Department.  Victoria, B.C.. 31st August, 1U05.  Latest Styles  and Best Makes  of Men's Shoes.  WARD ST.  NELSON. B. C.  $ ����4����������������W'  Baker Street  Nelson, B.C.  I BART LETTi HOU Si  (Formerly Ularfctf House)  <-$40 +44 4+44444+4+444Q444 44+44444 4V+44+4+ ++++++++ 44 ++\  9.     : '       ���    O    _O0- ���    .-'���  E i  4  ...       .      4.  ^"    The best SI per day house in.Nelson.      None hut. 'while help employed    The    ''���."'%  <> .bar the best,. &  IG. W: BARTLETT/Rkoprizto* f  ��� -.-������.  -i>++44+4++++44444+444444444444444+4+44444449444+4+++4+  $1 per .'day, and up  No Chinese Employed  AUGUST THOMAS, PROPRIETOR. ;  CORNER   HALL   AND   VERNON   STREETS,        Un OfYU    DP  .TWO BLOCKS FROM WHARF, IlLLOUii'Di  U  .H-.e.axlJ3iflce:.jNe.lsgn,*.^_C^.  Ltranch   Markets ' in'��� Rossland,   Trail,   Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon,  Thre  Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.   :.-  Orders by Mail to any branch will have prompt  and careful atten  tion.  We are authorized agents for the Sale of  the Nelson Electric Tramway Company's  lots, and will quote prices and terms on application.  It Pays to Deal with Rutherford  Fly Poison, Tanglefoot, Insect Powder, Moth  Balls, Paris Green, Blue Stone, Hellebore, Whale Oil  Soap, Quassa Chips and all the Sprays for Rose  Bushes and Fruit Trees.  Loofahs, 3 for 25c.   Better than Sponges.  I  - kelson, B. G. ���*  .The largest exclusively  Wholesale  Liquor  House in   the interior  In Pints and Quarts  Daw-Mn's" Extra Special" Scotch.    Granda Cigars.  Mitchell's: Heather Dew Scotch etc.    Earl of Minto etc. ^  A full line of imported and domestic Liquors and Wines. I  ����������4_��A4lM-A^�� _...__._.____--    -    -    .4^.4.4^4^^.  -.;._ .>- 4 -<- -a -4��� c 4- -4- -4��� tjr-4���.'j���*_-��_:  IT'ents & Awnings Made and Repaired I  1  \  CLOTHES     CLEANED    AND   MENDED 4  Y  ��� ..-���'��� +  Y OVER J. H. WALLACE'S STORE, NE LSON, B. C.      4-  ,.,  ,*,   ,*,  ,y  Wm, Rutherford, Druggist  PHONE A214.  NIGHT PHONE B214  WARD STREET, NELSON, B- C.  In 10-acre blocks, in 20-acre blocks. Improved ranches  J. E. Annable, Nelson, B. C.  V  V  .photographers  B Vancouver and Nelson  BAKER STREET. NELSON,   B.C.  ���4���4���4  4   ,���,  i#t  |E. E. STRACHAN  A.'"  I-  I Estimates Given on General  Plumbing, f  Plumber and Gasfitter  *^N  *!*  _  Sewer Connections, Etc.  |.      Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  ->���*    v    v  SuTDSoriTDe ior  Economist, $1 a Year  ../..'���������,      - .'���-���������  Strictly in Advance  Atthe Auction Mart Saturday night at 7.30 o'clock.  Another  consignment  of Goods  has   just  arrived  consisting     c  Scotch Wool Underwear and Socks.  J. Green, Auctioneer  Baker Street  . Nelson, B. O,  .i.    V'r-'-  __w THE   NELSON   ECONOMI&x  NELSON ASSESSMENT AND COLLECTING DISTRICT.  Sale of Mineral Claims for Unpaid and Delinquent Taxes in the Nelson Assessment and Collecting District Province of British Columbia.  I hereby give notice that, on Monday, the sixth day of November, A. ]">. W03, at tho hour of I un o'clock In the forenoon, at the Court House  Nolson, I s'hall otl'or for sale bv public miction Lhe mineral claims in the list hereinafter set out, ofthe persons in said list hereinafter set out  of which Crown GranUs have been Issued, for taxes remaining unpaid and delinquent by said persons on the.'iOlh day of June, A. 1), HIUj, uu<  for costs anil expenses of Haiti sale, if the total amount due i.s not sooner paid.  falST ABOVE MENTIONED.  NAME OF PERSON*.  '"DESCRIPTION OK CLAIM.  Gibson   and  Gibson   and  31.  Seious       Nels. Pearson and AV. Gibson    Nels. Pearson and AV. Gibson     Nels. Pearson and AV. Gibson    "Delight Gold Wining Co., Ltd I  London & Rossland E. C��� Limited    London & Rossland B. C., Limited   Duncan  Mines,  Ltd.,   Raymond  B.  Need-  hitm  and  Charles K.  Milburn     Dundee Gold  Mining Co., John M.  Smith  Helen Louise Lueke     ��� ������  Kupert'13.  A.   are ul I er    ���   Nels Pearson  and AV. Gibson      George W<   Chisholm/   Leopold Ernest Keller    The Blue Eyed Nellie Mining Co., Ld, Lia.  John Dean    AV. de V le Maistre ',-������:������  The  B.   C.   Mining Co.,  Ltd.,   (Foreign)..  F.   E.     White,     administrator    estate   or  Ralph White    Delight  Gold  Mining Co.   T.  B.  Garrison, P. Aspinwall and D. AV.  Cameron  ���  Cumberland  Gold  Mining Co.,  Limited....  -Alex.   Goyette,     J.     A.     Quintan,   Frank  Coryell   ���   O. J. AVingeii, J. H. Field and C M Ree-se  J. E. -Winze and A. M. Patterson    The AAreslcrn  Oil and Coal Co.,, Ltd   The AVestern  Oil and Coal Co.,, Ltd   The Salmo Con.  Gold Mining & Development Co.,  Ltd   ������������������  .The Salmo Con. Gold Mining & Development Co.,  Ltd    The Montana Gold Miming- Co   John Dean  ..a.....   ���   Robert Miller ���������������  Jolin Rcavis, Theodore R. Newman, John  Y. 'Cole and G. W. Monk ���  AV. GrifEths &'T. A. Camoron ...  Geo.  AV.   Chisholm   ....:   ���The  Minto Mines,  Limited   London  & Rossland 13. ���_.. Jatd.  London & Rossland B.   C, Ltd.  AVilliam T.  Mitchell        Tiie Trail Crek Hidden Treasure Goid  Mining Co., Ltd   Noonday   Mining  Co..  Ltd  Baltimore Gold Mining & Development  Co.. Ltd:  L.  ........  ..  Duncan Mines, Limited ......  Duncan  United  Mines-and AVm.  McEwen  Delight Gold  Mining Co..  Ltd   London  & Rossland B.   C. Ltd   Cumberland  Gold  Mining Co.,  Ltd. -  Rio Grande Mining Co.,  Ltd   Geo.   W.   B.   Hcathcote   ....  Geo.   AV.   B.   Heathcote   ....  Geo.   AV.   p,.   Heathcote   ....  John   A.   Dunlop   &   R.   W  Duncan  Mines,  Limited  John   C.   Dunlop   &'   R.    VV  Duncan  Mines,  Limited   ���������  Duncan Mines, Limited, Raymond , B.  Needham <-- C.  K.  Milbuvne  ..........  Henry  Kenrns   ������    -���--,v v,'"  Henrv S. Crottv. & Edwin S.  Peii-treatli..  Duncan Mines. "Limited and R. R. Hed-  lev and  E.  R.  AVokes     Frank]vi. A.  Jones ancl Hary AVright .....  Eldorado Mines,  Limited. N.P.L.  ..........  Lizetta Field and Charles G. Major  committee  for D.  Munro  M.   1").  Mahonev and J.  E.  Bess   The Minto Mines. Limited   ������������"������������  The Kenneth Mining & Development Mining Co.,  Ltd.  L. ������   ������-������.;���   ���:���������:������  The  B.   C.   Mining  Co..   Ltd.   (I-oreign...  London & Rossland B. C, Ltd   London & Rossland BC, Ltd    ............  New Brunswdck Consol. Gold Mining Co.,  Limited     A"_w"   ','���  ,"-;"'_'  Henry Roy. J. J- B. G-osselm. and J. b.  C. Fraser   Delight  Gold  Mining Co.,  Ltd.   Primrose Gold Mining Co., Ltd.   .....  Isaac A*an  Ness  ........  ���������������������   Lerwick Gold Mining Co.. Ltd.   Pine Ridue Gold Mining Co., Ltd.   ........  Fraser Harry Lantz ..............  ���   -London & Rossland B. C, Ltd.  ...... ...���������  Fairmont Gold Miming Co., Ltd., and  Ernest Kennedy and, J.  L.  Parker ....  B.  C.  Mining Co.; Ltd..  (Foreign)   - Eldorado Mines, Limited, -N.P.L. ���    R.   M.   Macdonald   ....��� a   , John Rouchbook. J. E. Boss, Josephine  Ward, A. C. Flttramerfelt. M. D.'-Ma-  ���honoy, AV. A. Crane and John Johnson  Julius  Peterson    ..........������������������ v  Alex Govette, John A Quinland and I-r&nx  Coryell     ���   ������  New Brunswick Consol. Gold Mining Co.,  ���'-..-     Limited   ���������������   ���"���������������.   ���The -Western���Ojl _&~Coal__Co.,_JAil.   ,....__. ��� _���__,  - T.   "B.~ GiuTisori.    Chas.    Tiik,   and  "Tiros.  Collins    '    ���_ ���  AV.  Griffith  & T.  A.  Cameron  ........  ������������  John   Dean,   Martin-   Salmon   and   K.   L.  Burnet       ��� ��� ��� ���  Imperial   Copper  Co..  Ltd.,   N.P.L.  London & Rossland R. C, Ltd.  ......  Walter  F.   Askew,  AA1*.   C.   Forrester  and  C.  W.  Arnold   London ._ Rossland B. C. Ltd   -A.  H.   Kellv and -Mary R.  Driscoll   ......  A.  H.   Kellv and  Mary R.  Driscoll      Oriel Mining  &.  Milling Co.,  Limited   Oriel  Mining  ft Milling Co.,  Limited   Rio Grande Mining Co., Ltd   Joseph Bernard. Paul Bonnet, Dolph Boyce  Eliza Anne Crowe       Golden  Gate   Co:i.   Mining  Co   Harrv AVriuht and C. J. Ditler .............  ��� Valpiwlso Gold Mining Co.. Ltd., N.P.L.  Roy AV. Caldwell and Chas. L. Caldwell  Geo.   H.   Caldwell.. Benjamin- Thomas,  J.  A. Turner. Finnamore M. McLeod and  Robert John Ben ley   T   Baltimore   Gold    Mining   &   Development  Co.,   Ltd   Cumber-land   Gold  Mining Co.,   Ltd   G. AV. Chisholm  "   Geo.  F. AV'lviteni.in     Noondav Mining Co..  L.L.      Af.  H. Kelly and Mary R. Driscoll    w.  L.   Lawry      Edward Balllle     London ft Rossland B.  C. Mining Co.,lad.  Annie      Aaron's Isle    Aaron's Gem     Aaron's Star    Atlantic     Al Fraction      Albermarle Fraction  Alice   Annie   Fraction      Armour   Plate      Anne    .'   Aaron's   Fraction    ..  Alico     Bolus      Blue Eyed Nellie ....  Blue Belle   Bryan      Bannock         Big Red  Horse   .....  -Balmoral      B  C.   ......  Boston  ....  Bully   Eoy  Badger  Big 4 ......  Big 2   ,  Bonanza ..  Blue  Jack  Blue   Jack   Fraction   ..  Blue   Bird       Black Diamond ....  ....  Black Hawk No: 2 .....  Bunker  Hill ....   ...  Bunker  Hiill      Big  Duluth       ....  California   ...:    ...   ..  City  of Paris    .... ...  Copper Lily ......   .......  Canadian Queen     Courtland   Copper Belle   Copper  Queen   ........ ".  Colorado   Fraction      Colorado   ........  Calgary   Candidate     Copper  Cape   Champane  ���....   ......  Canadian Belle  ..  Canadian Belle No.  2  .  Canadian Girl Fraction  Comet ......  ���   Calumet    .-  Condor     .  Cartilage   Champion       ������������   ���������  Cathe-rine  "..' ���  Copper  Bell     Carmeixata     Corinthian  .'.-   Democrat   Dertdwood   ������������   Dinner Bucket     Drill       Dennis    ....  Dodo       Deadwood    Delaware      Delight      Denmark.   Etna    .-���  Elise   '   Blpro    ���������  Empress   Eclipse    .-.   Evening Star    Ethel       .....  Eidorado     Emerald No. 2    .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .'Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Let  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  407  2955  2056  2957  4209  3729  3842  324S  3S49  4186  S3S0  295S  5C27  2123  2936  3843  1699  3295  2DSG -  3944  4355  4019  323S  785  4673  4637  4638  Unpaid  TAXKd.  .Lot 26S8  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot:  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  2691  5438  3413  2911  2939  4923  5626  1677  3405  3407  3249  .3436  3133  3429  393-1  :6M'"  :420S  3807  4020  5131  4783  4784  47S5  .Lot 3273  .Lot 5123  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  R239  2197  1912  4437  5379  5201;  2090"  236  2232  3S0G  3292  340S  3401  .Lot   397C  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  2S58  4205  ���13S9  114  1310  252S  4424  SS09  377S  329*  519S  14S6  Forest        v..Lot 233  Fanny    ������������������'..Lot 19S6  Florence        '-.-��������� ..Lot ' 3237  Florence. ...-,. ���..Lot 3977  .Fraiiklliyo......^.....^^  Free Coinage   - ..Lot 1943  Fidelity        ,���....���������   ������ ,.j_ot 4925  Farnham     ..Lot 5433  Grizzly  Bear  .....:.. , ��� ..Lot 105  Golden Gate  - ..Lot 2934  Gold  Island ��� '���������'..Lot 3244  Glasgow    ���-.-            ���������-..Lot Si04  Golden Era  ..Lot 4153  Golden   Chain ���' ..Lot 4154  Good   Hope    ..Lot 43S2  Good   Hope  Fraction   No.   1    ��� ��� ���  .Lot 4383  Georgina      I..Lot 5130  Good-enough   ���   ..Lot 5(06  Golden Queen  ..Lot r.?Si  Golden   Plate -..Lot 4017  Gray Mouse  ..Lot 5378  Government    ....     ���������������-..Lot 490S  Garfield ..Lot 49"9  Hidden   Treasure ..Lot 411  Humming Bird  ". ..Txjt ��12S  Hidden Treasure   ..Lot 4021  Huttie   B  ' ..Lot 562S  Imperial  ..Lot 302:"i  inna     ..Lot 3.2(i  Irene     ..Lot 4151  Ivanhoe ..Lot 4329  Ino    ..Lot 2920  Jennie Lind   ..Lot 2933  $10.50  24.00  46.00  46.00  4.75  3.75  3.00  39.00  3.00  11.00  39.00  6.00  12.75  75.25  7.25  26.00  23.75  16.00  76.50'  .13.00  42.50  9.00  20.00  28.25  3.50  13.00  7S.00  4.59  12.00  21.00  39.00  C0.00  13.00  12.0.)  11.00  35.25  39.00  31.50  20.00  C1.50  23.00  1.50  14.25  9.50  39.00  26.25  19.00  38.25  3S.25  30.75  10.50  33.75  1 ,17.50  12.50  20.50  33.75  12.75  30.75-  11.50'  20.25  9.50  24.75 -  26.00  15.75  33.75  39.00  13.00  . - 5.25  12.25  3.75  14.50  91.00  61.25  35.25  30.00  20.00  39.00  13.00  Costs  and Kx-  I'KNSKS  31.51  9S.00  12.50  65.00  _6.00.  PI .25  12.75  23.00  26.25  10.00  57.00  24.00  22.00  19.50  25.50  10.50  3-1.00  11.25  13.00  ill.00  10.75  22.ft) ���  12.75  4.50  12.50  37.50  12.75  66.50  78.00  26.00  45.01)  39.00  9.75  $2.00 .  2.00  2.0U  2.00  2.00  2.0)  2.00  2. CO  2.00  2.00  2.0O  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00 ,  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.0J  2.00  2.V.0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.03  2.00  2.00  2.(0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2a0  2.00  2.00  2. CO  2.00  2.CO  2.00 -.  2.C0 7  2.00  2.CO  2.0O  . 2. CO  2.00'  2.00  2.00 ���  , 2.00  2.00  2.00  .2.00  2.00  2.00  .. 2-lH.  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.*U!i"  2.00  2.00:  -2.00  -2.00  2.00  2.00  2.(0  2.0-0  2.1)0  2.M)  2.00  2.00  2.00  . 2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2. CO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  _2.CO_  Total.  2.00  2.00  2. CO  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.on  2.00  2.01  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  $12.50  26.00  iV 48.00 -  48.00  '  6.75  5.,5  5.00  41.00  5.U0  13.00  41.CO*  8.00  14.75  77.25  9.23  ' 2S.C0  25.75  18.00  7S.50  15.00  .   40.25  . 44.50  11.00  22.00  28.25  5.50  ��� 15.00  80.0)  6.50  14.00  23.00  41.00  62.00  15.00  14.50  13.C0,  37.25  ��� 41.CO  33.50  22.00  03.50  " 25.C0-  3.50,  16.25  11.50  41.00  2S.25  21.00  40.25  40.25  32.75"  12.50  35.75  Jfl.o')  . 14.50  '   22.50  33.75 '  1-1.75  3S.75  -"���13:50-'  22.50  11.50  26.75  2S.00  ��� 17.75  35.75  41.00  15.00  7.25  1-1.25-  5.75  16.50  OT..00  (���3.2-i  32.00  SO. 00  41.00  15.03  33.50  10).00  14.50  67.00  -__8..00_  NAME OF PERSON.  E.   C.   Arthur   and   J.   P.  DESCRIPTION* OF CLAIM.  ��� Um'aid  Taxks.  \V. J. Nelson  A.   H.   Kelly  Rogers  I Julius Caesar ....  T. B. Garrison, Chas. Ink and T. CollinsUeff Davis   English  Canadian Gold  Mining Co.,  Ltd. | Juliet    Pine  Ridge  Gold   Mining  &   Milling  Co.,  Ltd.- IKalamish     W. J. Ledingham ....IKafflr    Lerwick Gold Mining Co., Ltd. Lia | Lytton  ..'.   Freeman E. AVnite    ���I Little  Blue  Grouse  C. J. Schleit', G. J. Schlief and J G Brown  C. J. Schleif, G. J. Schlief and J G Brown  Kokanee   Mining   Co.,   Ltd   T. B. Garrison and P. Aspinwall    T.  li.  Garrison,  ft J.  II.  Graham and G.  Aspinwall ������'��� ���  O. J.  Wigen, J. H. Field and C. AI. Reese Llzzard  London ft Rossland B. C, Ltd ILexIngton      J. E. AVize jLucky Seven  .  Duncan  Mines.  Limited,  J   .C.  Dunlop  &|  R.  W. Gibson  ��� I Little George  Henry Kearns | la M. Fraction  Emma A.   Rand    ���  Little   Pe rl   ..    Lorna  Doone  Jubilee  ......          .-..Lot   3026  .Lot 3591  .Lot 19-16  .Lot   1620  Leap Year Gem  Leap Year Pride  Lake View    Lon-gsley    Lake Alew ......  The  Montana Gold Mining co   E. J. Roberts and F. S. Phillips  ..j  Dollaracracy Mining ft Smeiling Co., Ltd.  Pine  Ridge Mining Co.,   Ltd.   L-'airmont Gold Mining Co., Ltd., Ernest  Kennedy and J.  L. Parker   '..  IHie  Duncan  Mines,  Limited     The  Duncan  Mines,  Limited     Kokanee  Mining  Co.,   Ltd.   Lia   uondon ft Rossland B. C, Ltd   London ft Rossland B. C, Ltd   rl.   G.   Neelands      And'i-en Sostad  ��� ������������������������������  .1.. li. Kelly, E. C. Arthur and J. P.Rogers    ,��� ������      L*ho  Montana  Gold  Mining Co ������������;���������  John R. Revis, Theo R. Newman, G. AV  Monk and John  Y. Cole    Jharles P.  Hill   ���    ������   ������-.������.���������  /olin Rouchbook, J. E. Boss, Jospehine  AVnrd, A. C. Flummerfelt, M. D.' Mahoney, AV. A. Crane and John Johnson  Pine  Ridge Mining & Milling Co.,  Ltd...  N'oonday Mining Co., Ltd Lia.  ........  ������������:  ���J. C. Tra'ves, G. R. G. O'Driscoll, G. H.i  H.   Symonds  Little Dot  Liilu      M P,  Fraction    Morning Star  ....  Minnie   Moken-Bird  Fraction   ...  May Flower   Morning Star    Morning   Star  Fraction  Magpie     Maggie    Mascot   Michigan    ��� I Mormon  Girl      Morning Glory    New-market    Nako     Noonday  .-. .: ,  Number 2   No 1 Le Blanc Group   No. 2 Le Blanc Group    No.  3 Le Blanc Group .......  Northern   Light      Nevada Fraction      ;   .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  -Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  -Lot  .Lot  -Lot  2526  5182  2191  2D&7  4363  4364  ���3JiS7.  4336  3245  7SG  3718  4674  5121  3SC2  5181  5441  1356  2473'  2529  3779  3931  3932  3665  4361  4362  4422  5144  &5SS  5140  1949  5S36  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot 3425  233  October Fraction  iM C. Mining Co-mpany, Ltd.  (Foreign)  .  T'h-e Duncan Mines, Limited ���������������  New   Brunswick   Con.   Gold   Mining   Co.  Ltd     ������ New   Brunswick  London ft -Ymir  (B.C.)  Gold Mining Co.,  '    Ltd.  Nancy Jane  Anthony J.  McMillan   Nip and Tuck  James E A\rise ..........  ������������������    No. 6  Jas E.  AVise and A.-.N.  Paterson    No.  Jas E.  AVise and A.  N.  Paterson    No.   5  Western Oil.and Coal Co.,  Ltd  Neb. Girl  Valpariso Gold Mining Co., Ltd  No. 3  The Kenneth Mining & Development Co.,  The Kenneth'Mining ft Development Co.,  Ontario' Gold." silver & Copper Mining Co.,(  Ltd.   ...o.   ......'.��� Ontario   O.   J. Wigen. J. H. Field and C. M. Reese' Old Abe;....   The Picton Development Syndicate, Ltd...| Plcton -..'.-��' .':.,  B.   Tomkin,   H.   B.   Landers   and   Albert|  Forsland         IPilot   London ft" Rossland B.  C,  Ltd ��������� Piccadily   O.   J. AVigen, J. H. Field and C. M. Reesel President   London ft Rossland B.  C.'Ltd I Pulaski   Fraction  London ft" Rossland B.  C,  Lid.  ��� IPulaski      Western- Oil  and Coal Co.,  Ltd.  -IPorcupine  Duncan Mines, Limited, J. C. Dunlop and  R. W.   Gibson  ........   .......   ............  Dollaraci-acv aYlining & Smelting Co., Ltd..  J.   A.   Coryell,   Alex.   Goyette   and  J.   A.  Quinlan ...... ........ ������'���������������  -,;",';  The   Trail    Creek-Hidden   Treasure   Gold  Mining  Co..  Ltd.   .............. -������"���������  Che Kenneth Mining ft Development Co.,  " Ltd.  ' ������������  The  B.   C.   Mining  Co..   Ltd.   ���������������������   Puncan United Mines and Wm.   McEwen  Duncan United Mines and Wm.  McEwen  Kokanee Mining Co..Ltd.-    ���  Ant-hony  J.   McMillan      London & Rossland  B.  C,  Ltd   Rio Grande Mining Co, Ltd.  .... ���  Duncan   Mines,  Limited -���  A.   H.   Kelly,   E.   C.   Arthur _and   J.  Rogers         Duncan  Mines,  Ltd.,  Raymond B.  Need-  ham and  C.  K.  Milburne     nhe Montana Gold Mining Co.   ���'-Iarol'd Seious,......   ....   -   'iarold-.Seious-....... ",���.-������  I'hos. R. Morrow, P. A. Barnhart, Elizabeth". Gray, John P. Roberts  ...  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  3140  32S8  3289  3290  3291  3933  ....Lot   3975  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  2930  2931  4671  4670  4672  4636  4911  October    .:.... Lot   3S01  .Lot   3S05  "izSt&lneuFlmd"-^  D.   Munro      Planet ....?.   Pete .......   Rosa ......  ,  Roc-kford    Racatam    .  Red Top   ..  Royal   Canadian    .  Roy. No 2   Royal City   .  Riverside   ..  Ronoke          ...  Rio Grande Fraction  Rocket      Rebecca   Romance .. ..     Randolph'   Rover      Rambler      .Lot  .Lot  -Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  3659  ��� 7S3  3134  - V  3439  380S  782  4360  3-103  4634  3271  2472  .Lot   2460  .Lot   3435  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  3S03  3294  633  3930  36C6  2932  3402  5132  S'272  ..Lot   35S9  Romeo ..  Red. Real.  63.25  14.75  25. CO  2S.25  12.00  59.00  26.00  24.00  21.50  27.50  12.50  36.00  13.25  15. CO  93.00  12.75  L'4 0-3  1-1.75  6.50  14.50  39.50  M.75  6S.50  SO. 00  2S.0O  47.00  41.00  11.75  Sitting Bull   Sitting Bull  Fraction  Saratoga   Starter        -..  Sullivan       ��� Santiago      ��� ���Sampson    ..'..  Trv  Me  Tamarac   ...  Tom Thumb  Trout   U   B.       toe  for Robt.   D.   Munro     R &L.  ^obt:  F. Dodd  ��� ���������  ������ Snow  Slide  David D.  Birks  ........o ���   ...... Summit  vV de V. le Maistre ���  Silver Champion  London ft  Rossland  B.  C,  Ltd  Swansea ..  John McLellan McKinnon  Stanley  P.   R.  French and  I.  Erickson  Shenango  O. J. AVigen, J. H. Field and C. M. Reese Selkirk  lohn  Dean  and  Jacob  Stierle     Stinrlae  Rio Grande Mining Co,  Ltd  Sandaulphon  Primrose  Gold  Mining Co.,  Ltd  Seattle  AV.  B.  Heathcote  -,- Safeguard  L'ho   Saiino   Consolidated   Gold   fining  Development  Co.,  Ltd   The   Salmo   Consolidated   Gold   Mining   ft  Development  Co.." Ltd    ....  Golden Gate Con. Mining Co., Ltd.  Valpariso Gold Mining Co.. Ltd. ...  W.  Griffith and T. A.  Cameron  ....  Frank de le Mieux     C.   J.   Ditter  and  H.   AVright      Harold Seious  ....   ..._   .  Hamilton   ft   Rossland   Gold   Mining   Co., Tennessee  The Kenneth Mining ft Development Co  Ltd.   ......       ���������   London & Rossland  B.  C.  Ltd.      The Montana Gold Mining Co.   W.  H.  Sherrod       ���   ������������������  Charles  Hall.  Oscar  Hall.  AVinslow Hall,  John   Hall.   Henry  Oakes.   AVilliam   J.  Oakes,     Osner    Oakes,     AArilliam    .H.  -Onk-ps,  OHve.-B.  Oakes. William Miller.  James Durkln.  John  Taylor,   Ebehezer  Ramsay, Robert Day. junior,  and Amelia AVhite. administratrix of the estate  and effects of William AVhite, deceased, and he"iress-at-law of Mary White,  an  Infant, deceased   Jolm Johnson   ���������  T. R. Frencli and 1. Erickson       Valpariso Gold Mining Co., Ltd   Henry McCandlish     The   Trail    Creek-Hidden    Treasure   Gold  Mining Co.,   Ltd   Tlie Golden Plate Con. Mining Co  Oliver  Blair     Delight Gold Mining Co.. Ltd.   ...  Duncan Mines, Limited, J. C. Dunlop, and  R. AV.  Gibson   The   Salmo   Consolidated   Gold   Mining   ft  Development  Co..   Ltd.      Dundee Gold Mining Co.,  Ltd., and  John  At.   Smith      .  0.   J.   Hitter  and   H.   Wright      Oliver  Blair     I-I.   Seious      The   Salmo   Consolidated   Gold   Mining  Development  Co.,  Ltd   The   Salmo   Consolidated   Gold   Mining   ft  . ppvplonmont   Co..   Ltd.  .Lot  .Lot  -Lot  .Lot  .Lot  _T.^ta  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  3249  5442  5292  5293  1930  .!><).R_  20S9  2679  3427  343S  3-106  4384  4785  7S4  43S5  4639  4391  47S6  ...Lot 2C90  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  2693  4016  4192  4924  53S1-  5376  415  1317  3S02  372S  5139  2018  Victoria      Venetia Boy  .  Venango     Valpariso     White Rabbit  W. J. Bryan .  AAraters Meet .  Wild Horse ..  Woodstock  ...  Wren   -.   White  Cloud  White Pine ..  Widow    X-ray     Yankee  Girl  .  Yellow Jack   .  .Lot 2 IS  ..-Lot 40S  .Lot -1757  .Lot 4907  .Lot 3196  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  .Lot  ?.I34  ���1013  4212  4207  ..I Yellow Jack Fraction  .Lot 5122  .Lot- 20S7  .Lot -100-1  .Lot 5377  .Lot 4213  .Lot 406  .Lot 20S9  . Lot 2C92  15.50  10.50  Co.oO  65.00  91.00  11.50  20.00  78.00  12.50  12.25  52.50  30.75  12.75  21.00  10.50  30.00  12.23  5.25  L'9.00  8.00  100.00  42.50  31.50  36.00  33.00  9.75  42.50  30.75  1S.75  37.50  31.00  12.50  12.00  SS.OO'  12.75  29.25  80.50  78.00  78.00  24.50  14.50  14.50  24.50  14.25  4S.75  20.25  25.50  21.75  19.50  35.25  8.00  52.00  39.00  19.50  37.00  15.00  71.75  55.50  39.00  IS. 00  2.2a  9.75  13.00  13.00  45.00  12.25  25.50 '  31.50  25.50  15.75  34.50  53.75  37.50  13.00  1S.00  39.00  10.50  39.00  S.OO  39.00  39.00  C5.00  -28.50 _.  11.50  13.00  5S.50  14.00  38.25  12.75  8.50  51.00  19.50  7.00  11.00  1S.00  78.03  1.50  7S.0O  52.CO  12.75  9.75  11.75  .75  59.50  39.00  39.00  13.00  6.25  23.75  S.OO  12.00  30.00  65.00  16.50  76.50  21.0ft  9.25  11.75  72.00  9.25  11.75  26.00  15.00  4S.00  1.50  Costs  and Ex  . EN8E3.  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0)  2.0B  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.0U  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2:<X>  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  ���2.00  2.00 :  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.C0  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  : 2.00  2.00..  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  _.2,09...  - 2.00  2.0-)  2.0O  2:00  2.00  2. CO  .2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.09  2.0(3  2.00  2.00  S.OO  * 2.00 ���  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.W  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  2.00  Tot A I..  17.50  12.50  6..0.  67.00  93.00  13.25  22.00  80.00  14.50  14.25  54.50  38.75  14.75  23.00  12.50  32.00  14.25  7.25  41.1W..  10.00  102.00  44.50  33.50  3S.00  35.00  11.75  44.50  32.75  20.75  39.51)  33.00  14.50  14.00  90.00  14.75  31.25  82.50  80.00  SO.OO  26.50  10.50  16.50  20.50  16.23  50.75  22.25  27.50  23.75  21.50-  37.25  10.00  51.00  41.00  21.50  S9.00  17.03  73.75  57.50  41.00  20.00  4.25  ll.'.o  15.0(3  15.00  47.00  11.25  27.50  33.59  27.50  17.75  36.50  55.75  :;9.50  15.00  20.00  41.00  12.50  41.09  10.00  41.00  41.00  ��� 67.00  .-30,5O���  13.50  15.00 .  60.50'  16.00  40.25  11.75  10.50  53.00  21.50-  9.00  13.00  20.00  SO.OO  3.50  SO.OO  51.00  14.75  11.75  13.75  2.75  h CI.50  41.00.  41.00  15.00  2... 1 o  10.00  11.00  32.00  67.00  18.50  7S.C0  26.00  11.25  13.75  71.00  11.23  13.75  28.00  17. CO  :>i  ,0.00  3.50  Dated ut Nelson, 11. C, this second day of October, 11105.  ROBERT A. RENWICK, "  Deputy Assessor and Collector, Nelson Assessment and Collecting District.  .aar.y K-vfe...'lV-SSiKl  ziA0mm  ���i*   '   ���' 'I 1  O.r-1  '   r-      ^'1  ������I'll  A Visit to a Saint Factory.  WHAT lends a peculiar Interest to a  visit to such a factory, writes a  contributor to "Pearson's Magtu  elne." !�� the curious suggestion of humor which, ln one's conversation with  tha workmen and employees, comes'to  relieve th& deep sense of awe and reverence which at all times weighs upon  one.  I remember that, having contemplated, not w'ithout a painful feeling in  my breast, the most lamentable figure,  of an old man in monk's attire, whose  hands vve��e pierced, whose side was  pierced, and from, whose furrowed brow  large drops of bipod were trickling  down, I asked a passing workman'to  '.ell me whom the statue represented.  And he nailed to a fellow-workman:  "Who ls that ol. gent up there?" It  was St. Francis d'Assisl. The painful  feeling was for a while dispelled. This  was but a figure after all, an article of  trade. And so also, when one hears  the clerks calling through the telephones: "When Is fat St. Maurice  coming down?" "Five St. Anthonya,  with their pigs, wanted at once." And  so on. There Is not a vestige of Irreverence ln these remarks, but, as I say,  they are not without a most welcoma  suggestion of humor.  For, indeed, the terrible realism of  many of these statues must impress  even the'most indifferent. I could not  refrain from asking the maker ot  saints why he allowed his artists to  carry the horr'.ble to such extremes.  Here was a St. Jean de DIeu succoring  a leper, on whose body the modeller  had not omitted one of the horrid  signs of that most foul of maladies.  Here was. a writhing St. Sebastian  streaming, with blood.- Here a chained  woman in the flames of purgatory extended her. anguished hands.  "We export very largely to South  America," said Monsieur Pacheu, "and ,  lt is necessary that, to Impress the Imaginations of the people there���who ar��  Indifferent, as a rule, to suffering���wa  should strike hard. Yet ln none of our  figures is truth surpassed. That leper  Is studied from-life. Those horrid  bruises were copied from a corpse."  V  * <>_  * 11  Where They Flourish.  Crawford���If you're not going out ta  buy a new hat, but merely to look at  tliein. what do you want with a doil.ir?  Mrs. Crawford���Why , you oan't get a  dec :-.t seat at tha matinee for less thatt.  a'dolUr.  Kissing the Baby.  There are many mothers who gfv*  themselves infinite trouble albout the  big and ' obvious things connecteu  with nursery management���who strive  bravely to -be up to date In tho  matter of plumbing, ventilation and  infectious -diseases ��� who yet fail  woefully when it comes to cerfaln details. One of the most important ot  these, is the disgusting and dangerous  habit of allowing every comer to kiss  and uiaul the ba-by, says the "Youth's  -c^B&B^nfib'aou.trng-a-aeligli tturob:- -  Ject and almost Irresistible, but that is  no  reason  why  advantage  should 'be  taken of his helpless condition to otter  htm constant hygienic outrages.  Here   is   a speech    a    well-meaning  goose of a young mother made to the  father of her child oh his return from  business:   "Mrs.  Smith   called   to-day.  John.   She has a fearful cold and" sore  throat:   She thought the baby was just  I too sweet for anything,  and wouldn't  I let him out of her arms.    He  took  to  her wonderfully,  too."    Naturally the  jbaby developed a bad case of the snuf-  ! lies in a day or two, and then It was :  ! "The baby has  a dreadful  cold.    "We  i cannot think where he got it, -we are  always so careful."  This  mother  and   the  hundreds  like  her should be taught the lesson  thAt  promiscuous kissing Is a bad and vulgar habit, productive of much danger  to adults as well" as to children. Adults  Tican=proteot-=themselves-lf they Hke,-but���  ] Infants cannot, and so it ls the duty of  I the mothers to protect them.  !     Even  if they  mercifully escape, ac-  ��� tual infection in babyhood, .there still  . remains the fact that a silly and unclean   ha-bit is    formed,    resulting    In  j schools full of kissing children; and by  1 and  by  in   ridiculous   communities  ot  kissing acquaintances.   "We may learn  a useful lesson  from  the Japanese In  thl>  regard.    They  are  not a kissing  race,   and   the   little   children   do   not  know  what It means,  except perhaps  from their mothers.   It is generally acknowledged  that the Japanese ibabies  are   the   healthiest-and    happiest    of  youngsters,   and   who   shall   say   how  much   wholesome   restraint   from   the  kissing habit may have to do with thl9-  fortunate state of affairs?  To make too 'much of children Is to'  spoil them, but in one respect they  should be treated Hke royalty���If they  must be kissed It should be only the  back of the hand.  Canada Dm  in Want of a  r ��� a  O RENT  See Us  Also Selling Agents for  -v  &  Canada's Leading Piano  ANY THE NELSON ECONOMIST  GENERAL NEWS.  Mrs.  J. J.  Walker   is back from si  visit to California.  Mrs.  James McPhee bas left  for a  trip to Portland and coast cities.  G. N. Gilchrist and wife have sane  to tlie coast and will be absent about  two weeks.  To-night at the Opera House'"A Trip  to Honolulu" will be given by a fir.-t-  class company.  Mm. Gore and daughter havo returned from a visit to "Portland and  "New Westminster.  A performance by the "Hottest Coon  in Dixie" Company is being given at  tbe Opera House this afternoon.  Iticbards & Prinqle's tninstrells are  billed to appear at the Kelson Opera  House, Monday evenir_r, Oct. IGtli.  Tlie furnaces for the school buildmj.  are expected here to-day. They were  ordered through tlie J. II. Ashdown  Hardware Co.  During the next few days the Fred  Irvine Co, will make a specialty of  ladies' fall and winter coats and jackets. These arc all new goods and of  the Very latest styles,-and are extra  good value. There are also a few bargains left in ladies rain coats.'  peiatous0  Two Nights  Monday and Tuesday  Octobar 9 and iO  LONDON  BIOSCOPE Go.'S  'Bioscope,'  "JJireCfiruiu-ruc- xnracc-^j.-ut.iui v.,-  London,  Englai.d.       .  10,000 Feet Latest Moving Pictures.  PRICES: 25c/35c, 50c  mmmmm  Last Ca!l Pacific Coast  Excursion Rates  Rduiiti Trip  Vancouver, Victoria, Seatffe  To Portland and Return  On sale daily until Oct. 15.   Good for ISO dnys  but not later than Oct'31.  Through Sleeper Arrow-licnd to Viiiu-ouver,  WedncBCluj-, Kridiiy, BuiiUtiy.  Corresponding rates from nil Konli-nny  ond Crow's Nest points, l-'or berth re.s<-rvii-  tloiiH and full particular.-), apply tu local  agents or write  J8. CARTER,  DlBt.I'ass.Agl.  Nelson.  E. .1. COY UK.  A. G. P. A.  VuiHmiivm  60   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a i>!tctoh nnd description mar  quickly ascortnlii onr opinion freo whether an  invention 19 probnbly piucntable. Communications strictly coiiudontlnl. HANDBOOK ou fatonta  aent free. OMoat airency for securing patents.  Patenta taken through Munn & Co. receive  tpetlal notice, without cti.arec, iu the  A handsomely illwtrated weekly. "f.nrecst circulation of nny sctentlflo Journal. Torms, S3 a  year: f our months, IL Sold by all newsdealers.  MM & Co.seiBw-w��'New York  Stanch Offloe. K25 ff St_ Waslilagton. D. U.  444 ++++444+ 44444444 ++++++++ +44+4444 44+444444++++++++  4  4  4  4  4  4  +  +  +  +  4  4  4  4  4  t  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  of headaches are caused by defective eyes.  JOB PRINTING AT  THE ECONOMIST  Your trouble ,i*_ay be remedied if you will give us a chance to  ���  ea ranee  <��  try our skill.    We do Expert Optical Work.  ��������� ��+��� >++++++<? ���*+++++ ++++ * +++ ++++++++ $44+4444++++++++ +  d. O. PATENAUDEt  Jeweller, Watchmaker and Optician.    'Phone 293.  Letter Heads,  Bill Heads,  Satements,  Note Heacs,  Envelopes,  Business Cards'  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc.  Now is the time to purcliase New Evening Dresses when yon can get them at cost and have  a good stock of materials to select from.   Such as  Silk Crep de Chine in pearl grey  and light pink. Regular price  $2.25.    Sale price $1.50.  Silk Eolienne. Regular price  $2.00 and $2.25.     Sale price $1.50.  Wool Voiles. Regular price 75c.  Sale price 50c.  Wool Voiles. Regular price $1.25  and $1.50    Sale price $1.00. (,  Wool Silk Crepe de Chine. Regular $1.50.     Sale price $100.  Evening shades all wool Henriettas. Regular price 75c. Sale  price 45c.  Evening shades all wool Henriettas. Regular price 50c. Sale  price 35c.  Black Wool Voiles. Regular  price 75c, $1.50.  Sale price 50c, $1.  Black Silk and Wool Voiles. Regular price $1.50, $1.75.     Sale price  Black Crepe de Chine. Regular  price $2.23.    Sale price $1.50.  All shades Silk Japanese Taffeta.  Regular price 65c.     Sale price 45c.  All shades China Silks from 20c  to 45c per yard.  Black Taffetta Silk. Regular  price 75c.    Sale price 50c.  Black Taffetta Silk. Regular  price $1.. Sale price 65c.  MILLINERY.  _A complete stock of the latest importations of Pattern and Ready-to-Wear  Hats at Cost. ' ..    ���.  Com pi eteMock of Stationery  Orders by Mall Receive Prompt Attention.  STREET,   NELSON,   B.C.  SMOKE  THE CELEBRATED  BRIAR  PIPES.  ���  </)  LU  <  X  w  o  z  a  <  LU  LU  1  r-  LU  _>  o  (0  Corner Mill and loscphinc Sts.  Us an Order for Your  Groceries, then Notice  The promptness of delivery.  The cleutinotui unci freshness of Goods.  The full honest measure.  The quality of wnut you get.  Y'ou will find silnuulant reason for sending  your future otders.  This Week's Specials Are :  1Mb Boxes of A 1 Ciciimury Butter at 27c  ocr pound.  Silver Spoon Tea, 50e per pound.  Rajah Brand Pineapple, 2..0 per tin.  Clarke's lioiiclcss Chicken, We per tlu.  Joy's Cash Grocery  THON E 19  W. A Thurman  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  NICKERSON,������  Wc only ask one trial to make you our ens  tomer. Fine Watch Jewelry. Optical nntl  Silverware repairing-and everything in the  line. Reasonable charges. Work sent us  from outside towns will receive the same care  ns 11 personally delivered. Dilllcult repairs  done for other Jewelers  Chimney Sweeping  Prompt attention given  to all orders for  Chimney Sweeping.     (   '  Send your orders to Joe D Do wnks, care of  he Old Curiosity Shop.  J1.60 per chimney.  Following the summer heat, the present cool evenings make  lhe thought of a brightly burning fire most attractive. The  necessity of up-to-date Heating Stoves is becoming apparent.  We have anticipated your needs by passing into stock the largest  consignment of  "ever brought into Nelson.      We have them in various styles and  sizes that will suit every requirement.  The Prices are OUR Prices, therefore the Lowest.  NELSON, B.C.  Wholesale.  Retail.  Made . from fine English "and domestic Tweeds in assorted  shades, neat stripes and chic patterns, good linings and well  made, sizes 22 to 33. Priced at $2.00, $2.50, $3.-0, $4.00, $5.00  aud $6 00.  Builder and  Contractor  Estimates given on stone, brick I .'-���;'*'  and woodwork. -Brick and Lime for Sale  Sale of Men's Suits  The goods are the best quality. The prices are tbe lowest.  For the balance of this month we offer extra special inducements  on many lines to clear. Suits at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00, $12.00 and  $15.00. They are worth more and it will be to your interest to  look them up.  ���  Hosiery at Cut Prices  A 10c, 15c and 25c  Special Hat offer for ��i  worth $2.50 and $3  <����� Specials  Vales Best #  any Other Lines >at  "rices

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