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The Nelson Economist Nov 22, 1902

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A.  ..�����".;��..;.���  ""   x      *7"~TrriTm'iiriiji_i  ?  ���^������^^^^A^A^^^^^^^^ . ^ A_ ' '""""W"M"'"'""''^"''"IW1M"* "" -"n-J ����--rm-HMmi ���, , "' ,   '    *' -**'!    2�� ���'",''  ^^���^���������������������^���^^^^^^<^^^^^^������Z^^^~-*���--------- ��� ____________4.^'-711 j}  '^^��^^^  t,l*lhM>4    I  v>  f.  J* ,\  ���^  l"     -ij  i    !'     ' i  1 !:���..<   'l  V  *�� \*,,.'  f      .      ,o    ,'���   i   -    .  ^bMA?ri^tft  ba��,��      . "iteresting   character.     WE   HAVE  *ri?��  -.BQOK^and the prices asked are bargain prices. ���  I        ,   !  t     ."  3S  \l___>-_  j^ffi*W|*ff*ftm_  ,i__Jr��y    'vgs^'l  .fjs  J_,__&|  * ���' ��� .-,  /��.���.;)���. 'V-1 �����  <   7,.J        ��.,ki ..   ia-  V v,,,   ���   1 ����   s. ��� . '  *  ��^��  :,<!/ 7 i *   '   r, ��  fj- >  �� n'o-''   i- ��;    "V  ���D AND ��MEit STpSETS/fJCLQOea  /I'l4 J  IP  ["/r-jrj  ';o',v  .;it-"."r,*  f"��i",  fi1." Id  n t ,  "*,,s,,w*-����.*��,���  -MrrR^,^.rt^fllJ]^^  ��   ,  "'W      ��    I   W �� /"      i    , I" ,  ,M- ,(   it 4 tin t    t  n >  ...}*.A    "-i.       ���f,     !f '.  it     *,��,..    . i.,. ....   t*    M��l?   i      ,   it-  , i.      A  /   , ,     '\ ��       lM ,  * (\      , - k." lt (. ! ��,\ ,���   -",      ,   ,   .'ij,' p,   j     '       ���_rt, .,���"  ,   , '���    <[ "  vVt   ~k. t'"f|c ^"ijtfr'^^^f.r^ifr"'",'^ >iA,MM> ,' *i, ,���!,,��  k   ,p        .k.^,.    .,-   ^H,, ,      ���, li,,     ,k        |l        f,^    M        ���     "(I' -,       ,        I,,   ,,,.-,,   k    ^     k fk +,.��   ^    k k    -     k.   k- kt,   ,1    I     y       , k    ,        ^,k   kl, '   1,   J , >    kj-      ^f* ,     ^ *,    |,        ,,.���"   ,k-      r|    p^.,r,^r      V,    k   < 1     ���-,W��� i ,|k!���� k k.       -,      , '^.tk   ,k.k ���    , ���,,,-,-,. ... krk,   ���   k    *,,^f ,f, kf ,.        ,     . k T   k,r ��� r~^   Hi.      .<'..-.   ,       . !.' 1 k ..'��..' A ...'.. .......7    .7 *   �����    ���... I.,..'-      .!....'.��.''...���, 1...,    !��� ...������.' ...,.,.... , (..'.'    . ���'t  ,kl. ' .'   .11    ,     '....'..,.. O'.O'    ..   H.rt'l'l!       Ha  ''��� ,1  i . L,\ *1   J    ^     -*(.** -_..,.- rir��-��rJi ���  WJ *-f^*iJ-����.w^ ^^i^nA>in_uJJcwfja-m^���.-^^i,,.. . -.,,  '*  At  THE MELSON ECONOMIST  f*    i  "     s-  1 5  ���j^   ~r  is  r-*J ��  f^  "   ���"���>���  I s  ?  I ^  iM  f **-  1 j  I ^',  f t ".  ���\          -.  ti- -  - *  "-$ 7  ii  '- I  M  i  |-1  1  tj r  n '-  i -���     ���  f  r  r  i"  -ll >  ,4-  l}"  5  1 *  J  j���9  J JT  J  "*  1-,  |  h  1  ���4.  r.  -f.  ' r  ,'1 /,  te-tf-  SbfJ'to  aij,?.iV  \  ���Ml      '    I  Special Quotations for  Camps and Mines  Special Values in  Canned Goods and Butter  Large Stock of Assorted Fresh  Groceries Always on Hand  jf Sn^f %__* n  AH Orders  Promptly Filled  son  ..,a���. a.���  BREAD, PASTRY, CANDIES ALWAYS ON HAND  WEDDING CAKES MADE TO ORDER.  Josephine Street,  l^u,** ��.'H*w��f ���**'����*���!��  $6.75 PER TOW,  DELIVERED  All orders must toe accompanied toy cash and should toe forwarded  either personally or toy mail to the oflice of  n  \&  *'1 0id7 IHF*  11 t.\   yss  IB  Boots and "Shoes made to order. Invisible Patching  a Specialty. Only Union Men Employed. My stock  of line ready-made work lowest priced in the city.  HEELANDS' OLD ST  fAKER ST  o  M 111  IT*  GEMEML B-KOKEi  P. TIERiEY, GENERAL AGENT  One seven-roomed hotwe and  one three-room house  for rent.  r  ill  ha  it.'u  V(*r  hi  I'11  |0,�� I  M  foil'  *  I'iv  Hfli -,  ,P/0i)jiH  1 . Mia  f' <>f fcl  i-1   %  I  .if-1:��  Three  dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  One  Lot on    Stanley   street,   opposite Royal grp  Hotel for sale at a bargain. <3E.lt  MMIfii  ,���*  r,vj  oi, ^  --, 'I*  "<**��������  ,1', .1,*  ,1,111  A,  7AA  *"��� <, d{,*��i-s,w*1i4f!vin'('��*i!i.**t*-w li*"  ,,     *   ,-^.w^^n f^r^w^^^V^^-^* .^W.^tiMW^Hf'^^^^^^^ ^-^s��f y^^gis^WJirrt^'ihttw^ !&���-<��� VJ^  -*\  """���w  ,11,TI   l,l.ll���ll,..i��  Hi   * i  7WS -  "��  "        -F~-^ai*  , ���2  ^*HH,a^_  - yA'AAMSm.  '���'������'���������'- 'Mi  H./  f. Ii  VOL. VI.  TH,;   NBLSON   ECONOMIST^''^ *OVEMBER^  �����**   ak���; rr pAID IN ��* "  f ���<*>     me"* i��� ,���. ^ JJ ^ "ed  between two eie-  on -���     ADVA*��, $r.5o     ago ^  bandvir.; I ��",y  six Months  ��>  oWn4l INTEREST |   theft.    No  0gl*l "��rg�� of   bribery   and  7h�� the policy o   the   ^   ^0USht  9f asking  ���.-mm  -' ff��fl  :'":o&^B  wofllgt  ��i|SS  L0KKKSPO.VDKHCK OK 'CHNMAt ..^^   (theft.     No    -" V'*   ��"��W  of    bribery    O'  ",SI���������.  0.,YART:^ I   ^- thf ^. ; j- ever  thought .>^��J  ���s, .��o THK ixrERESTsopR EAf^    ,*'������* that s���ch   ' ^   ^'^  --a- a^��� Jilx  0 articles "at the Policy of th luought  of askin  COLUMNS,  A.VD THE INTKRESTS OR�� EA ,���f �� '***��<   ��hat SUch^ " ^^'Oo absurd  -'���<-  ��k   CARKKur.x.v   GUARD1��" EADER       " * Policy.    The   *r      ^ C��U,d  1���bly  kkks-o.vs.hu.: p^rsovs av ^^     i"'"^ ��- . part! 1!^ TW*ye -'h-Wng  S0^   AK��    WORTHLESS   ;    by"''rt��thlokii   "5 V     ih,nklD��aI'k*.of  on exhibition.        ' The  ^"er i8 now  AKTfCJ.ES.  EDITORIAL COMMENT  i  i  ?  tal ^    h the   impatience-of ��CJ|>fe ^T  ,e,n��   r\ir iwple   genera iy  i  I  ,"""��...,��������*;,. ����r����'���� ��t vie,,,,  "^"'"'R 'he Franchise A��r         "   fr"r"   / v-*^��i.    But  the    !r  ^"^  ��n the ���^oy re-  "���'���'��� ��'���re r,c^2- .'"S:^ ie~- W  *'""'�� 'he Franchise Act _,,     "^utn ?'      ^^    iJt"  H��   term? �� ^ ""'V �����  ��h.v charter^ c,u.���ot  hope  f���r    fcra,,t,n�� '��"!-   ��   **><* <U����.wvn ^''��**n Wch less Uvor,  >����Ullsf   Mfuvirm..     J    ...        . (Sr"Cy  |n  thfl  m.J...  i  !  'Z^ expUn.Uon, that   a   "    ,' JV        ^  :,"',,,'fi'"l����I...M��n i.s  ���f  ��J rinW  :whic,����"-turHj|yr,ch   -H  I ';,H''^"^  tmairi Ml lon_f <n such hand*  '---:^;:^Ir^ir^a-ti.i��are.  'IWi���Ml)���,)H  t)te"t (;"^��rneninfa|,  ���_,��� ,    ;^-  ';:"'^'-^re���gr<>ed  ;���';-.., r,.c.,HllllBll 'cial Jr,tt8��'"�������  "U..,������,i()vt! "   U    Pr.���r   ,o   the  K^,,���slii(M(i (; ' ; k���o,��� lllHl J)n  i,Ml'"M���rim u.rrM"����"nent..   Then  ^P^llr'V^r^^^^^       We  |(', "��n��l  th,      f '   f:r'K  ^'"i-M.fr.n  ���    ,A,C|'''<'<S.I ,o        ^   "   "'""oe  !^��-��.' -'- -.ftZ v';e*r ��aDd bow  I   !'"i,t,Ci'' ��ncertHiIllv  anV. ,0��J  dt,e to  1   lin-nce. 3   and ^ast reckJessnes, in  B..itpe..p!eiir��.|     ���     .  ��'-^��oit���f.n -, j0;;::'^ m������yto cover  iln' ����1 <iettq.il i.   ..s      "   y    eli for'aed, the  A��^  ">�� *Wer  und Columbia ��� fo     ;.��    7^ ia  vears it has avem^.l ���i ">�� last   five  -'"�����"-.-S ^:d;r,iund-^'--  ��'����".s that vvearesnlnW?     y 8r��,V,"��-    T'��-��  Perfor.nance  of puS"^-?^ Je"r 'w the  du����"�� f��r every   hree tha       '��nS "*��   f����r  ). cial .,e-a,ury.    TirV^T^^^-  I  by ov-rdraf.s at the b.," i�� "���" ���Jr*lr l�� y����f  |����ttledevery,-,llu,(rfivk;;tic     "turn   are  �����vi.��,,U raiding ���eW0lte ' �� ^ ��*>��*���  begun yet and no oLJoflZ, \V?hav����'t.  least�����,eniB   to   see  �����.. /^^Mtors at  thinking of U lUly 0C(iasi^   even .for  i'.^ibly we shall adopt ik.  a       ���  of repudiation of pub,t,;^tA,nen0f,,^,����  "rrmiiiii    i  NO19  the day of Drn,. , ��� o~~     ~���7^������������-���^^ao^  d^'*o Por! y^ Pa8J^ SS was  Paction. Mos^,^ rSd01�� ��f m9^^e  d����-eetsilence. M^^ b?-.^ Preserye^  m��*t Prominent p^t^' ^ay ha^e ^en the  -eV, but 'i^re'-^^^^W^i  ,   ProrBiees of free tradf f'^ ��the^-    Those oJd  a��--��g^rst^,ifthSiiii  '  '^^bie that Afessra S.1 ^6m ' "Kte^orti  '- bad grown Wea�� JJ^-ft ^M^lilli  e"J��3'm^ behind u/jT, ,* shadf ^^|^|��  Kd to force the ^b S^'^^^  ^ lJf[,d-    ^ i�� inowdibie fK*aQd��P9^��ii  f ou/d be driven���iro~l^�� ��oIiaiIlli|  bold, definite views^ ���   Cab,neM.6eCgu|ai|||l|I  . Il ^iii. be re��eiMbered.,,   /��� '      ��III|li|ln  ������nced that no oh. , -n,em" ��^��l|IBil  r-'ri;.^-:the G<^Srulfbe^liifc1*  ^^���.^!��te;.coio.1;rc;;t7hoi,,diii^i  conference i8  avo_.        ^^npe.    "  3o:kf#  *3s?|ft|!g  yy$yi$  ._ Tr_y_^i^~y.>,y*i?��-Y  li  y/Aisiy��$i0ty  Pliabfd      A eraod   nothing ^ippilli  k  kui,a,    A -Ji��. 1- f       .     8   w<*S5apcoiris  ^��--be Goy^n  ^fright   m��llS  *f�� ^e British G.,ve���W-- " ^S��flll  "�� 'be Brit, b a ���;l.  ?  U ?��mm.  ^��-bat has beenXZZ  1^ "PBI��������  I  ���*��y years. lp����tepol,oy o||i|_ii||  We are not r��ri��;A-  ��� ^IS^SP;  er^-^��'-rs'he)^-iiiii  ^"���meiyinformt ,e^   *,   If the3^^1d  P"bcy win be ,aai ^ry ��'�� 'M��f,  f^- OfcourJuS.f7��newo��.|1M  1 on of eighteen years' ^ �����an a ^^0-*  thatvvouidbe niCet-;^ bUt����r^  'motion and uncerta^m',,aUng lh�� ��  '���Bt ��ix ye,r8. Uy We have had fo. t^  The excuse of vvahin    f :  ffren��e��illn���,/^^  ��-' and the Cabinet ^hr^a  duty  oh  '��g some tariff changea "^ ^ avoid ���ak-  �����d intelligent. decl,u-atfo^/hat,a�� bones.  inad�� ��-not to be hoZZ fro, ^ WUl b��  *��n��    wh0^   ���noutl^ieJe   ^ly^verni  laurier. F ���   e    Js    Sir    Wijf. id  ...'KSKjiJaUl  , -;....���.;. ��� - ,������ :"i A 1*'-':;'.;'.Vh'.., .-V <r-yifoA  IlilH  ^:;i^.lil  *"lt||i,  Tine Lilieral press of  Crtnnrf , ���  "���   Mima.nhm    ��� /   P���"* in a very difliVnir   *   "rt ,8 engaged at  |llltoinW       S;:^' ������'��*���'��   that M     "         r'C: th^l,.veto  "_'l.i.,,   ,                                                '   ,,t,Cn, *vo'-'' ����vinganvt|.-,   ?,r      WP��ns   a,,d ^  "P'tb,, j.r    ." ,,,0|,�� Rl��ri���Biv���lonilI ,ff"    Thetf/ofc sblvJw   t|ie ,��� '         " tlle'�����  r0w��v�� r   ;      1,0,U   '"''Hica! mor      . ����"��! " r��tl,er Bt��rtlinR n,��������er       ,,,"''"  1         '      ,,,,MB'' has he.���  reooiy  J      !f T.* ^ ^'^ ^v   '"��������.   il.e  A        H'1,e  The Kaslo Kootmn*���,. * i. .  ''-f.-nationofSX^rrr^80"-  specially the in.titut,^,01'^   ad��Wi.g  �������* �� ��� school for ZZtt th;��ook.papiJaf.  a" men-and women too- t' , V USeful for  earn to obey (]l0 ru|       "J   ^ ��ndereta���d and  k"����vled8eofUu,a3 *   ��"d��ee.    A   general  �����'��l.v and unprofiS     e'Ira,nato ��nuoh un.  ^;r-'ty CrerB��tngln--��^  W"etl- or not it  h de^bl^r:;,! ^  .Mf.^'-V  r1 f    "3'R*   "Tr   HT  ;1 ?J. l'*TrJR  j. i i w ,   -[,"'1  I    'r\      'V.   V,.>  Ui      1  1^1!   il  *    1   1 11.1    ,,��THi  |��('ft l\i'7 %, - -'piH'l'-H  Ifrl  A({  'i ', '    1  I , fl   ,        A    ) , ,      , , ,       ill) ,   /,,       a 7. "��..tfV Ml    ���      ���    ���fk7*)gif5j,j4|)r$J^^  SI^WBa'tfftttJSSSftSiB'EJfilfiSriW^^  ft      H"       ,  I  i       [        !'  ���      IS,  ,"il M  , ; vi  i>        1  yi a/ <,r'.i;-%i ��rfc*sj&5^&;^j^^ __. _T -,���*������_*^-,  ��^B* ���g^Wftfr riia^uh,  ���utttttftiiu^ fcwawu*  pMi:f1fo  iff,lil"ol j "5  r;ikji,.k~-.r..--j    -.  SSalS, "l-'.Jai  pt&.3aiH||  i!*/?.--?.;vii-i ���;  Kjjj'-of -i ; ���;-  Sfc.!��S7j.? j* -  p;f?ftv:  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  rm  Iii it:  .h.  0AH4  i:ii:'  . ��� f-T-iol ���'  wm  ma  B.  ���t-A  WM  ii:'faii-|  ,t|o|j  V?:SHSf]  grjn,J|* ,;-a a,  fVtlaalffo-a-^-  ��  should develop a facility in public speaking is  another question. Elocution has always been  -a.'favorite study in the United States elementary schools, and Mr. Bryan is a typical pro-  duct. Wouldn't it be a calamity if Nelson  were to turn out upon this already sorely af~  fiUeted Province some more boy orator? of tbe  kind we have now in our Legislature ?  There are some historical instances of intelligent and able men who were brilliant  thinkers and writers but failed in addressing  even small numbers. Of these probably  Joseph Addison is the best known.  There are also thousands of instances not  historical of men of neither intelligence nor  ability, who have never been guilty of either  thinking or writing decontly wbo have conquered any nervousness about addressing  prbwde and will talk by the hour. What a  Messing it would be if Nelson could be relieved of some of her orators by an epidemic  of stage-fright!  I We have a theory that in nine cases out of  ten the man who has anything worth saying  TOllfind^^^ And what ob  ject is more grotesque, more pitiful, than the  stupid,illiterate, garrulous man, curfed with  nlt^^iideS-^hat he is an orator. A fool is never  |so|much a fool as when he is mounted on a  i^blic||>latform uttering noneence and believ-  iupit wisdom.  K|S|Hd^^r, nothing succeeds like success.  Success|tx> the Success Club ! Ii may develop  among ^s sonr�� interesting speakers am! it  cannot produce any worse than some wr already have.  . ,StKj: o?o-,.  i'WM ;,7-,i,o  ���y .������',.,  mzyy  m  flA  ' .,  M  i,  i.  .  i  t  1  '.rt-1'*"-     Ti   I       I *  AS  A ���   &*��*  n     y,y  AFTER giving the matter due considera-  -. tion, it has been decided to reorganize  the Nelson Operatic Society. At a meeting  held in the '.Board of Trade roomy last Monday the following officers were elected : Dr.  LaBau, hon. president ; G V. Holt, presi  dent; S. S. Fowler and J. M. Lay, vice-  presidents ; G. W. B Heathcote, treasurer ;  T. Morley, secretary, and Melville Parry,  manager. The following geutlemei wr?re ap -  pointed on the committee : Messrs. A. R.  Sherwood, 0. Newling R. A. Weir, W. A.  Jowett, G. Kydd, R. W. Day and J. Lochore.  According to the treasurer's report, there is a  balance in the treasury since the production  of " The Chimes of Normandy," so the s<>  cieXy has some funds to start vvith. An opera  will be presented during the laH week in  January or the first week in February. No  selection has yet been made, but in all probability "The Geisha" will be given. No  matter what the selection may be, it is quite  certain that under the direction of Mr. Pirry  the production will be quite in keeping with  what he has given us in the past. Mr. Parrv  is sometimes accused of being an extravagant  manager, but it is  noteworthy   that   his productions though far better than those given in  any city in the west do not cost as much.   H��  aims at excellence, and the fact that there is a  general demand for another operu   under his  management   is   perhaps   the   best  evidence  tbat..'he  has achieved   his  object.    It i* believed that the services of Herr Steiner can be  secured to conduct the rehearsals and produc-  tion.  It was the opinion of many that in the pre-  antation of *4 Her Bitter Atonement ".here,  two years ago, the lowest level of stage depravity had been reached, bu> it is only fair  to those who held that opinion to expUin  that they had not up lo that time witnessed  a production of that sublime concept ton of the  play-builder's art, %iA Foxy Tramp." Wi-hout  a single exception, %t A Foxy Tramp " is the  most peurile play yet givvn in Nelson, and  lhe company producing it probably the worst  that ever walked the railroad track. There  were no redeeming features ; everything connected with the construction and production  of tbe play''beggared description." lisoni*-  times looked as if it was an extempore production, composed as the performance proceeded. * Another feature was thai everyone  on the stage carried some kind of a lethal  weapon, so that at no t*ta$-e of the game did  the villain stand any kind i��f a chance. Ii is  devoutly to be wished that in hi& future peregrinations throughout th** west **A F**xy  Tramp" will cut out Nelson.  The anrouncement that G. R. McR sue,  well known in Nelson, had been sentenced to  three years in the penitentiary for ah��irac:ing  money from an envelope while in -charge . ��r  the Fairyiew postoffice will cause surprise ami  r>giet. The circumstances ..surrounding' Me-  R'Btie's delinquency can scarcely b^ re^arileo  as indicating a criminal   nut ure.     .Mcftostiu'  .first came .'to   Nelson   about   four years   ago.  He was in very bad health, but improved, although he was   never able  to   do h.'ml work.'  However,   he  keptj on   do>ng Home>hingt and  earned' a   little   money.     Besides he receive.!  .one hundred dollars or so every threr month*  from the east. Sometimes be found- it dilTi-  cult to make both ends meet, but paid up bis  debts imm idiately he received his remittance  from home. Young McRostie had very little  knowledge of the ways of the world, and was  victimized through his own generosity and  simple nature more than  once.    He  did   not  .succeed very well either in his undertakings.  In his own quiet way he relieved a great deal  of distress. The writer of this article knows  of more than one instance of young McRok*  tie's generosity, and his liberality continually  kept him in straitened circumstances. In  fact, the young fellow should have bad a  guardian over him to teach him to husband  his resources. The cneumsUucos connected  with the offense for which McRostie was tried  and convicted were related by himself as follows :    He had   bten  in financial   difficulty,  and while acting as   assistant postmaster  abstracted from   the mail  a  registered letter  belonging to J. Bromley, containing $400, and  addressed to the Bank of Montreal,   This was  on October 8th.    He  took "a  small amount  from this, hoping to be able to replace it; bat  as time went by he found  himself unable to  do this, and  on the   night  of the 19th he entered the postoffice with his key, took another  letter containing $186, and left the back door  and till open so as to throw suspicion off himself.    He then made up the $400 in Bromley^  letter and  drove to Okanagan Falls to mail  it.    He-whs   too   laie  for   the mail, however,  and hid the   letter  under   a  stone.    Fearing  that he was suspected, he told Bromley about  it and returned his letter  and  money to hiro.  Brotul��*y advised him   to make a  full confession to Postmaster L ��ve,  and be did so.   He  mnde no t-ffurt   to eMrape arrest, and pleaded  that he might be let out on suspended sentence  to try and retrieve  his  character.    The judge  informed him thai he had no power to do this,  and sentenced him to three years  for each offence, the terms to   run concurrently.   From  the foregoing it will   be gathered that McRostie was not an adroit   thief,   bat   was simply  trying u get eu��>*igh   money  to  tide hicngeif  over   a   temporary    difficulty.    There  is no  doubt but that he intended to pay the money  b;��ck butthe   law  does   not  discriminate be-  iwttm �� criminal  act; *hh   or without criminal intent.    To many it   seems that in the  caise of McRostie,   who   has  hitherto borne a  good character, and who would, if given tiair.  made every  restitution possible, justice might  have  been  si&usiietl with   a lighter sentence.  Moreover, in hts present elate of health he i*  not likely lo live out his sentence, and  three  years  tmurtsonment   to   him   will be greater  puuishtnent than limy years to a vicious man.  lite young man is not a criminal   by nature,  but if he should live through his sentence tie  may become one.    1   have   very  little flenti  ment in ihe matter   of dealing  severely with  criminals.    1   behove   the   murderer should  suffer death and that the   hardened  crimirul ]  should be secure! v stowed away in a quiet cell,  but for the life  of   m��  I  cannot sec that the  inula of jurttice will be belter served by ���such a  severe sen luce, and   very likely Judge Spiuka  would have taken a   more lenient view of the  offence Hud he known   that   McRostie wa����  young fellow of generous impulses and charitable nature. This seems to be a ease in;which  the Department of Justice might well exorcise  a Hale judicious clemency.  bff  fci  n .  it.  lor  !ti  vel  tie  li  If i  ah  R.,.  at r  inui  'IS  ken  rl�� v  r       mm>S|'Mc<  The house in Portland, Maine, where jj?��JB|bo h,  fellow was born is now a tenement^ 'n * BBiHidt.  poorer part of-the city, mostly inhabited 'wm^ v  Irish. A ccrr^spondent writes that a few year Sht i,  ago a teacher in Portland was giving ft ^Hgultl },  on the life of the poet. At the end of the b�� |y$ |UH(  sbe began to question her class. "Wbere J^ j t|i|)0 l|  Longfellow born ?M she asked. A m&M ^'pn, s  waved his hand vigorously. When ^^ ; tsi,,.,  teacher called on him his answer did not BV-;*  to astonish the rest of the class, but was a  La,.,,  ���w  ,i,K  f^^HOfiiHiHrH"1   '-Wkf.HM,, hl>,,��k*.^^k��B,k,k,Wk��.fH*,J..4t^,,,,   ^.r .  ,\i'   >,|    IU I  il ���       ,|- 7     ��� )i  . ^<^*~<-*<r~^^rzT^  <t*Mtif+miHmnn*mimmi *"-*"n-mia&^aaa^^j.. -^ ���  ���".-���ftC    .���iu*  w���  7.    jfc-  "asse^jps,^, '^.-t^. ��� -~  , - J __ ->  Z/lf A       7^ >.  P- "   i-A  ��������  shock to her.    ��In   Patsy Magee'a b^^  he said. '  JHE NELSON ECONOMIST  I  i  I  I  ��  ���     At a few minutes past 8 o'clock this morn  ��� ��� ing (Friday)   Henry   Rose  suffered   the  ��  ;   ; treme penalty, bf the law.    There   were   less'  :    j than   th.rty spectators,   including   ,he  me*  ��� ,' summoned for the coroner's, jury.    Less than  |-   i a minute pastS, the procession, lead bySher-  ���    im   Iu��*,o.m. through   the   gaol   door and  !    �� ����*"^ th. acaffoW.    Rose was   the picture  p of   health,    shaved   clean    with    the   exeen  P-j i.on ot   a   moustache,  and   was  in   hj       . f  Mj -I--.    He   did   not look   to be 64  vears o  m ��B*. >>��t rather like a robu8t Mmn ���f ^ '  farf Without  any   delay    Radcliffe   fc.ened   the  M-t-i; amund the legs of ,he condemned man  fg.-M.nff luck then asked Ro,e if he   had ��������  te-in^o ���y.    He replied   that Father AlthofT  fej����uld  read  hie  statement.    This   ..ateme,?'  |^M,^i>v Rose and vvitne^ed by p,aher Althoff  ^.Hui Warden Lemon, is ad,cl .ratio,, ���f -,��������� ,���. j  M enc����f t> crime ttf   which   he   had -  i..nvic:e,l  and was made yesterday afternoon  [Jf is as follows :  I die willingly, because it is God's   will     r i_  n:ide mv peace w��th ffi_�� �� r ��*��.���   i nave  ����� '" *"*���> ^5 here ^J f^* *' "  - '  r-y God, proved .onl eg     CT/h?  ,'"�� '"������*<-��� it _hort bemw " t hln Ty'Dore'  il;"l lien- longer. ,ttrd   *��  ���"��  to  I thank  all   who  have  been kiml  *  m .lavs. re-        ., '  to me hi my  ; .feigned]      HexBvnosii  ,Ur,,U! Ule read'"��?   of   i!��������� Btatemenr    ,h  ���r>"6 *��d bid Kii.td-hvp .�� ii.���  "���    The  nnV .   ,i       K "">��"> HmgH |,re>.  "'i   pne.-t   then  re.,d   the ��r��,,orj   ;  ''���nog  fori-iveiiew   ihl V     7'^er* ��������>�����  b       ��,.vcuet>9, ihe  condemned  .......  laln,"��  1't'r.eetlv   col      ir     ,' .     " re"  >iici(.x    h-',r->eM*ndrevere.il!y.kjiB,ed.ihe  �����u,w M; ^;; '^'K butpui^h^.  ����*>..! from   h   TV"'"  M��W<��nd  .|Ht. lhB S',Bnff'-B��*.|!_le  pulled  K'^e l)r<<athi��,l . __.  W^��la.���    tr     fr!V(,n "':U,'PS ;  "^ "��'����  'iV111- '--��.!r       ilft������   ��nd   irregularly six  k '     '^  ,lnJ ."��   whole   painted  r"c"l,,"t����firninn  h hoard  his  rl H��VOn w"��J,{1"'RO, when  '-���'���l.-r.-.i.iv   j   a"��!" P��m'��unced, he gained  f1'1 '"��v(1  ,' ,  ,     ,Ult hlH ����n"�� confinement  ?|,oth����na'ffo.,       r     flUre   thal   he   W����'<1  VU' w��'��ld .������,'    Uwa8tho��Bht by many  7"l,ru''"N.o  '701lr"ub,����"'��e   when   tho  'tr'''^'.  ho J.      "Ul  (��l'��rt��d,   |mt on   th.  H ��x<!e"<<"'gly   well   behaved  I  J  i  1  I  day during the patrm0W��K0r   three "��-   a  that consolation 1 th  a��d   offered bim  ^-tunate po u^0 nr?"> to ����������� his un-  he ��PW_i, some di^t s^r "? ��CCaSi��"8  not permitted to rece 1^ ."fdCU��nuthat ���� was  hut when it was HT       !     y��nehe aeked '����r,  1 16Bas shown   him th/i. ;. ...  unreasonable to exnect th/.  k Uld be  'y s-tisfied.   Much of hi! /'       Wa8 aPPare��t-  ��y cards with 1,  g�� a^d ,bi:tTernt,P,ay-  admitted that heeonM      . 8t day he  the game. d HOt keeP his ��^ind on  " The greater portion of R0*e's l_n_   ������ 1.  ��arth   was   sn^nf   ��i     ��� 6t   ni8ht on  [T��utfidthist^0;:tj-d-5��-^  I   -ho ...�� doWn to the game nof on�� ^  ���o t-ke a de.per  inteLT in   the  res^S"  chaned ple��santly with   ,h�� He  ���"��" ������- ��viP;d8 x.: ���..��"*  "'��, ��^c<iuse he was sieenv      U^   t     _  '?'��.*���   than   half :,n   hour     �� *S P**  P-ther  Alhoff arrived    and"____. f    ^  �����".   M.,r.   Proceeding    "   ��" Tm"ed  ���Mwk-P'��o'.  cigar'   A1JV;~1'^  "���re ihan an hour he   h*,l  1       ,Prrijr,"S   for  R'*ewa< a criminal of 8unerhi,m������  ...���i. ..i.i        . ouPBrnuman   sa?a-  ���1.3. although oompetely withnnr   ��,l       ..  Th,. .. u       ��� .      ��� ^ w?J;nout education  rhr��UKh..,.t h,, trial he appeared more a. .fa  "termed .spectator than a man accused o  -M|J.lh..g  crime.    He only showed  sign    of  enfua,.,,, when cl ,<ely qUe.s,io���ed   as   t^ the  crime  and    the punishment   that should   h  meted out to the m*��� who comm   ted it   Thi!  f>r,ved that his ..,������, ,ife  jQ   theted.   ; Tb'��  -eradicated  the superstition which ever re  ��.��.��. w.th -he ignorant   and unread   L  While 1 he, sentence of death   was  beiog"'  nouncd  he seemed to be the least  concerned  man in the courtroom. "wneo.  Henry Rose  had   a bad   record.    He   first  came ,0 this Province in 1890.   and   although  he managed to  escape  punishment for his of  fences, repeatedly broke the laws.    l���   Zo  he was in the St. Mary's country, and with a  mHn,,��,md McEvoy staked many claims, but  failed to record them within the required true  Ro*e charged   that  McEvoy   went   into The  country early in the spring and   restaked   the  best ,.t the claims, and   this  made  him   very  wroth.    The next year McEvoy and a friend  came out and pitched their camp at   a   point  near    where" Rose     and     a     man   ���S  Sawyer were hving. One night Rose procured  11 gun an<Uold Sawyer he was �����!�����.     L  McEvoy.    Sawyer  LmindeTl   him  fhat   Z*  !!win "Tr wou,d ,iv�� t<> tell the tale]  Wei ' a.,d Ro_e, -1 will kill him, too"  But,     eaid   Sawyer,   ��,heir bodies   will   he  found and yon will be suspected of the crime "  No,   he  answered,   "1.1   burn the bodie��.'"��  Under the pretense of assisting him, Sawyer  ��������ad   rendereS   it ZflZ'^T **  ceeded to the camp and tokTaIoF *Vt��-  cu��npanion how   LZyVlvJl "* ^  ^��ng   murdered     The?-I, �� 68Caped  camp three   or  f .       " ,      UCe mo^d their:  trail     7eVLlv ���"^ 'Unbn a,ong the  to McEv:yT?;iey;dr8 a,ter"ard' R��-eoai^^  mat theT.?-^  i0hUman  '^iucts  of the  man, the following story is tr.lH .    r.  caeion Rose was .�� v   , ,      .     :    ��n one ����-  A man iu   ti   u/^*Ml?onin����*^d..  which proved a   fi2     The61^^  1�� *">  backyard and i��� * f        ���       6y retlred to the  hia J4 aim! 1��        minUte8 he had beaten  ow"*ien, ana Kose seonraA �� ���.    j,  punctif-ed thWom n secured a needle,.  | S~ drant �� bloo^  ^ "d:U'�� W'."  ' *�����^!���?ts-above Pi,otB^:  h'ssnowshoes     ml H 8 COD<*ition' ��� ��������  -id co be on^'of TL **   ^ * ~'-^ one,  audRo-e !)rofesSed grlat  affel^ m��Un��ainp��  "evenheless, he killed tL?CMOn   f��rbi^ -  snowshoes w th th! t    lhej<,0g' tended his.,  ouotB Wjin the skin and ata   n��-��'��* -.V-  ���neat. He was oulv 9 mil* P?      of lhe, ;  from where he could h ' PVer * g����d ^>id-  he did this' HVe 6eCUred fo��d, when  On another occasion   at   fi l���� ��       �� 0 ;  cured a grin on ��� L Ik '      Bay, Rose eo-  ,rt��� VP   n lh^ thr��at of a man   in a h��A  room, and it took two   men -},k .1.'     -5  billiard cue, to relea.e Z ho Id   ^is'h ' ^  -ere p .werfully framed,   the knuckW t" 8  abnormally developed. knu<*'<>�� being. ���  It   must not, howpv��i��    j^ ��   ,'���  o greaiest   offences   were pnmfvi;,.  j  while he was uk.m. j commuted  or .^,., ;;::_";���- rd;,-e,',hr. t D,br"  excessi ve drinkina      nw ��� re8Ull of  knew him fo yearf JLt^T^ *h��  wou.d divide i lastX ^it" .'ft.S^  greatest   enemy <&__���   hio end' Hls  temper.    He |f.d  .  variercnargOVernilb,e  pector and discovered some LTT   " & Pr0S"  tio.es he made goodiSeTZ        ^ S��me"  casions   had  $|oOO^Vom'X ���"T1 ����:  owned the raneh nn . u- f v   ,    m  oa?h'    H��  �� me ranen on which he lived at Nakusp.  . The last CP.R. steamer sailinir on the n, A       '  Lakes will be  from  Port   WiSr       ?6at  Sou.���d on Decern ber 2nd!, " ��Wen  Previous to moving  into  thai* ��  isesin  the  Burh��   k.    1     �� new  Prei��-  are advertLn^fou; d    ' ^^^���� & <?o.  '������ goods are of u�� h   ^    m��Ving 8a,e'    All  away do^n     %* tl Tf* "f mark��d  line. J hereareb'g bargains in e  1 *<    " 1���  I   ,r��� sr  * Via-  ,<;.  ~9-    I  j'Hrf.^.kk^  I:";. il < ���_-  5" t"=7 .O  zy��t,f,  i-i $��%%;  . ,1'JtIs. is  -1�� 7-i" C?i*  AfMM  IMP  1  ii^gg/Sik  The   recording  office for the Lard*,,,., a- ���  E10n ls ������ located at Camborne dlV"  MNMM  M��  He is ami aufferiZfL! ly, '"   Ne,aon-  the time when S ,rOU,1*r����nd r^ved at  W,len Co,e was k>lled last June.  a    *   . -7 /  \\i '  *>4  'V'.l  j to ���t   -i  1 ,n-,   i  ,Hf,{ Vf   ' ,H,,f   Hkkr^V. H,  l/v 'I .   ,        if   ,  f  s  if,:  *(^( ,��,  ��a-kUk-k, I kk���^K^trt,k-kr. Hwkk  ( k      ,,   , ,      - ���     1        1 ���    ,   ...       J  I    ,       If  r ,<'  1,  ">r*-^c.  !     !  t* .:AA^v^^Tm^V^fmimmm^��^a^.^  ���)., J       l?i  M.  P o ���nw^ssttiiteWi^K  TIME NMkSOM ECONOMIST  i .��  !    ��  5  : ? i  ��� III  H  1  I v.  * -j * I  ?! i. ���  1  .T  Qty  "Ui,   ...  t'       Ura.-1^*'  oing.  OEfERE are few tilings one man is not prepared to do for another, said a prison official to the writer, and going to prison tor him  is certainly not among those at which he  draws the line.  Why, it is not many days since, as you  would read in the papers, after a man had  been sentenced at a London police-court to six  months'imprisonment for a brutal assault,  his brother -the magistrate with tears in  his eyes, to be allowed to serve the sentence���  an appeal which was of course, refused. In  this case the man who proposed to behis brother's proxy as a gaol-bird was probably actuated  by the highest motives, altnough 1 am bound  to admit that most of these prison-substitutes  have nothing more noble thar? money to inspire their self-sacrifice.  In another recent case a man who had been  arreBted on his own confession on a charge of  house-breaking received quite a nominal sen- ���  tence, as it was his first offence and he professed penitence and a determination to reform.  Before he had served a week of his sentence,  however, he found prisor-life so little to his  taste that he sought an interview with the  governor and told him that the reafcuiprlt  was not himself, but a "pal" of his.  It appeared that the latter, finding that the  police were uncomfortably hot on his track,  offered the prisoner a certain sum of money if  he would take his place and confess his guilt.  He knew that i* he himself were caught, with  his long list of previous conviction?, h' would  not get off with lees than a 4%teven or fourteen  stretch," whereas his suo��titute, who had no  conviction recorded against him, would be  much more leniently treated.  There are many cube.-*, too, in which one  convict personates another and thus gets his  freedom long before he is entitled to it. Only  a few weeks ago I noticed among the prisoners  who were about to be liberated at the expiry  of their sentences a man whof.e term,/!.  thought, was far from having expired. 1 detained him so that the matter could be investigated, and theconvict finding that the "game  was up," confessed that he had changed places  with another prisoner, remarkably like him  in appearance, who had consented to serve  the balance of  his sentence on certain terms.  Of course, thiB aimable arrangement could  not be permitted, and my artful friend is still  "doing time," while his proxy is tasting the  sweets of freedom.  It ia not an uncommon thing for a man out  on bail to escape punishment in this way.  Last year a cashier who was charged with embezzlement was released on heavy bail. He  used his freedom to such advantage that he  procured a substitute so like himself in appearance that even hi-* friends might have  found it difficult to distinguish one from the  other, and after installing bim in his rooms  and coaching him in all tbe facts of the case,  he diss appeared.  Tbe proxy   was duly tried and sentenced to  a long term of penal servitude���much no  doubt, to his amazement; and ii was only hy  an accident that he did not serve every day of  it. As luck would have it the real criminal,  who was all the time lying in Whitechapel,  was run over and was taken to an hospital in  a dying condition. Here, probably overcome  hy remorse, he confessed his identity and his  guilt, and before his death left a sw.-rn statement declaring the innocence of the-man who  had taken his place.  In another car*e the artifice failed to woik.  A certain well-known criminal wa:* sur* peeled  of having committed a series of burglaries, in  a western suburb of London, and he was being run to earth when, to the astonishment of  the detectives engaged in thepur.-ui', hettluu-  tary gave hipiself into custody. There seemed  to be no doubt that he was the very man they  were in tearch of, but one of the detectives was  not altogether satisfied and decided to continue  the search on his own account.  Tlie result was that the ieal burglar, thinking himself safe and being ��*ff his guard, was  literally caught "napping*1 early one morning  in his bed-room; and if any doubt of his identity bad remained in his captor's mind, it  would have been dissipated by finding some  of the "swag" of the burgled houses under the  bed on which he was lying.  But the most remarkable cane I know wax  that of a convict who successfully personated  another man who was verv much "wanted hv  the police," and actually served a sentence of  five years penal servitude in his pluco. Just  as his sentence was on the j oini of expiring h����  received news that a legacy of ��5.000 had be*-n  left to him by a well-known bookmaker of a  shady reputation; and before he wa* released  he confessed to me that the man who left him  the legacy was the real committer of the crime  for which he had suffered, and that the �� ,000  was the exact sum for which he hvd consented  to go to prison as his proxy.  Criminals Costing Fortunes.  One hundred thousand pour.ds  soui ds   an  immense sum of monsy to disburse in  merely  bringing a criminal to  justice, and  there is a  certain   probability   that,    if   every criminal  cost so much   to   lay by the   heels, law   and  justice would clash ominously with the public  interest, says   a   writer   in an English paper.  Luckily, however, the capture of the ordinary  criminal costs comparatively little ; the average  would   indeed  run   at about a few shillings were it not for the occasional important  wrongdoer whose arrest ia only   effected   after  a fortune has been spent.  Musolino, the notorious Italian brigand,  who was recently tried for some twenty odd  murders, more robberies, and sundry other  crimes, and sentenced to imprisonment for  life, is the only single criminal whoso arrest  han cost ��100,000. But Musolino's case was  generally   exceptional.      For   approximately  two years no fewer than 500 policemen and  soldiers were specially set apart to effect his  capture, and this formed a very big item in  the bill, to which the reward of ��800 paid to  the men who actually arrested him is a comparative trifle.  We believe we ar# accurate in saying that  the high-water mark in expensive criminal-  catching was the ��118,000, which the chage  or the infamous party of Australian bushrangers, known as the Kelly gang, cost some  sixteen years ago. Seven thousand'pounds  was the reward offered for the capture of  Kelly, bu�� his gang consisted of six or eeven  other.-,and they all entailed a portion of the  huge fortune the police spent in arresting  them, so that their average falls far below the  amount of money Musolino cost the Italian  Government. The breaking up of the Kelly  gang at the cost of ��1.8,000 was, moreover,  cheap at the price, for the band created a perfect reign of terror in Victoria, robbing and  murdering as cosily and with as much daring  as if pressing a license under Government  seal to do so.  No criminal-chase in the United Kingdom  has ever cost so much as the hunt for the  Phce ��ix Park 'uurderers. Tbere is nothing  to show exactly what the bringing lo justice  of Brady, Kdiy and others cost? but the most  reliable estimate puts th$ total expenses, from  first (a last, at ��25,000, much of which huge  sum went in buying trifling bits of evidence-  links in the chain���.against ihe men who were  easpected.  The murfi expensive modern murderer on ie-  coid w#t^ J.tines Bennett, #who, it will he re*  memhered, strangled his wife on Yarmouth  sands. Owing to the trifling character of tbe  original clue to the murder in this caBd=~acer-  tain mark on some linen���the investigation?  covered a long period ere the people succeeded  i n oh: ai ning i angihie evidence against Bennelt.;  and thus he cmt the country considerably  more than ��2,000, breaking the record, which  had heretofore been held by the Musrtell  crime, for being the most"'expensive  case'of recent years. '  But it seems strange that, ' whereas three  such men as Bennett, Milsom and Fowler  were all brought to the gallows for ��H  ��4,000, it should have cost nearly ��3,000^  effect the recapture of two men whose g"',  was known, and whose personality every W  lieemau in the land was speedily made fon��1  iar with. King and Soar, the two convK  who broke from Borstal Priaen early tof1^  cost ��2,800. ere they could he locked i" ^  cells again.  \   t  V ^-J  y!ajt-"_  lav  HI'  Ji\_:  Ik'. J  ih.}  iVVi  LT  In  |lf..-,i  > <..'���  btU-1  "TI  : (ii.  tin  r?irv  ill'...  |i.tnv .  p'j.   (  h'l- ii  I W  >.wtii,  jlll.Mi  ���'till!,  N.s n  pv.kv  ���nl, (  Tin?  I'fi    ;  ll |i/v  I'tll w|  't' IS  "��'.sf.  's<  hoi  Ul  (n rh,  liiiii.S(��  I'i'n.'ij  EsP"?"'  In,|  up ai  A   French   naturalist   MwrtB   ih*^J  t1*:  world should became birdless >ft�� ^^i/-."^!!^/!  inhabit it after nine yearn' time,in jpil^   ^y,,,,,  th�� ��prays and poison�� that  could be    j , j,' ;u'';mi  .    .       /.     .t .   j���*_.._,��:,*��   Af insects' \    i.   '-���   .prays ana poison��  factum! for the destruction  of in  insects and nlugfl would mmjdy ^  ohardn and crops in that time.  all *���{  iit  ��ui  ��>1  ll  i,rv  '7'" ,('  /  |.|l|'     ,,��iH��,�����K,l��,,,,   ,      ,      r_  Si '      , ���t '"    r    If '" 'MlitHSkTlfcHtaM lltMii.  I,   ,,        .        ,   .,,    _,., ,       o,        in      a  (jt  ..     .       >  ra>fh\B'iwm4n,vw��1-"-* *��� * .  II.      T|  fjso,,,,,,,  *,j,....��  11       ,1       !> | -  ^^^^.^^^.^^^^^^^  ,T7!w*tWW,��^nirwffww��i^^  ,.,.,..jai}1'ffl>1.  *"-.*��.,  'W.). it  -=#.  _f;__      t ���[.%.  frf  '-%--  <t  t.*  f07-  vj��  **��� *-**    -v*   /*���  4��^aaJ54<^��h*��r��6  !i.*Sa3��*Jj^^^  "��^g^h,j^i.jM^a^r>Aa-��-a-ii  ���rf*SiLii^t��^_��^._^*^  THfi NELSON ECONOMIST  hig  in  to  >m-  hafc  al-  age,  fume  ���of  en  he  ng  he  an  llj  er,-  it-  Dd  nt  IB'  be  cert  ru  re  HAPPY  LOVE.  i  i  1  i ^  r  1  r��� i  I  r  k -.  t-r  i  flldle they sat before the fir��  ^���otbin's' more d\d ho desiro  Th:��n xti m ���'? �� Iii tie nitflier  t: he could.  AihI hi. heart heat high nnd higher,  And her Juok .;rew shy and shier  Wht" he sailed up cioso by her.  Aii he should.  Then he ventured to inquir��  jf Iu r sister, Jane Maria,  And her mother and her eir��  \\A.ie quite well.  ��nd from time to fiiae he'd ey�� hey  ka though he would like to buy her,  Juui his* bnshfuhuws was dire  For a spell.  Th*n his husky throat i?rew drier  Yihi-n he tohl he/ that the scjniro  To himself \vot:ld t,'h*dly tie her  If .��.he would.  Mij.ht he now j,*.;*.sk hct r^c*  Anil lie thought he would expire  When hl.e .said to his tle.HJrs  That he corJd.  ���but migton finvrkej*.  KO'OT  Ir, Naif, Toothf   Bat  9  Sam Urns       %s^ ^a��^ ���  I ft*  Dealers i  Coffee Roasters  n Tea and Coffee  9  Also aTfull line of Sponges and Bath Gloves at  We are offering at lowest prices the best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  leas.  Our Best Mocha and Java 'Coffee per  xt     ���     '    , ,     pound... $ 40  'Mocha ami Java Blend, 3 pounds 1 00  Cijofet- ill-. iul Coffee, 4 pounds.  I 00  .Special Blond Coffee,/; pounds.. I oo  uio I He fd tVHVe. (�� pounds  j oo  Special Hlend Ceyh.n Kt\, per puind.    . 0  If  i  Men In Donientlo Service  Women are certainly striving constant*  to occupy the positions of men tvbere  iianiin work is the active principle, and  Jim, in now some indication tin l women  iiay in time bo crowded out of ti;<* don*-#s-  jo "or menial situations,,,' While this will  Jot a'Teef lhe ei.'uss of   IVplllCI! who  AW fit"  hi ioru���iiat'i.s willed more elevated places,  -x -a ill, in a measure,-bo influenced.  it is claimed, will  suiTcr by giving  |;i Uit'ir pri.-nnative, for what cti.n be done  the ignorant, untrained, woman If she  t.-Aimt servo in   households?    Thcwe who  lav  u-ird iuen- in the various brandies ol  .. ���}��'.>! jc Mrviio usually like their work so  i; ,"i.s to Lh? unw-ilHnx aftcrwani to em*  y wouien      In   many of   tbe   hotels ot  :r>f]H- nun   are   the  only fforvunts     Ab  je;i:.ers  they  are  invaiunble. tieeaUJWJ of  i��-;r N.n niith. and they iu*e oIko thorottgh.  u ���>' itavo frootj {n,ste and are found to be  u��ii< at   housemaids  n# well   as butlers  hrsv wo::!t.'ii employ men as maids, ts*pQ-  i!> iu traveling. *'*.*�� they can tutcomplinh  L'n :ar mtiunerof duties than wotuun.  laru'o  nunilKjr of  women   prefer to fir*  |a.v (hdi-iiwu hair and Ui costume ibeni-  < > unaidi-d      It   Una alt*>  Ixvn found  iu in  m.'uiv iustauees men ptiek truiike  ���Chiungo Tribune  i  a  a1  A TRIAL ORDER . 0L8CITED.  KOOTESiFcOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  i*. O. Box 182.  ^r\��@     I /A   v  ' ^S5T     8USR    Sr^����T,    NELSON ?  MERCHANT TAILOR.  i  s s urning Out the Be  for the Bes  Up-stairs in the   Wallace-Miller   Block.  \  ��ST RflfllBHT DUTCH  \V*lv��li>.V4hMi,tiI iCelall  n r n *;  -���tier than women  Ideal  I!nuMfcI��<an��ra.  "Then- an-some trait�� whldi maybe  1 <ii��wn as eummon to servants. " said  ';i;:i:u- n,l"^,i;. out <��f the awful vortex of  )ti>tvliviiur:;;  ami giving me a moment  lii'rrath... tiis.turldug t*odtity.fn theil-  ''r.v "V. Iii-ii a t.'jinK \h lost, every maid  ���'1 taki? Ju��r oath she never wiw It, didn't  :,-��'v >'��������� l��a4i tt. and, though it limy hav��  l;4,,'il��"��;:hi last week, that it Una not  ''����� "1 1 he hmise during her dynasty,  lwa uuihi-n of that eliiss ctitmot como"  ':ot/1,,if NMilmtii. dropping all other nmn-  ��"o iiii.-ih-s ;.M(| exehniiKJiiK experleneea.  u^'u>;: Ian mvnr an attaek hy the Spun*  ";(M'��ii pur a premnturi: period to aeon-  l,,;,i,> ^v��t t.10 i,aek fence, wheivin two  ��nt ti Hlngle K��h, two houdji  n 1 i ���  I*   i ,'* *^    ��  , ,    '     8       l\H Sill    \  Cvnps supplied on shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Maii orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesoine meats and supplies  kept in stock.  Ail Sensible People travel by the C.P.R.  PEED  AFETY  ATfSFACTION  The East and West are almost, one when the  means of transit is theC. 1\ It. A ghmco at  this etaulcnsed time table will convmoe yon  ��'f tills fact:  P  w  . C. TRAVES..Manager  Pt'inii., JWm,  '"'h as mm  Ua' i.h.ii   hotiseeloanerH   are oolonxl  ���>exi yrar l shall ahueoml and turn  over  to the  pur feet pair of  J'��'�� wh,, ���,,,  Ilow hrinKing"ordVr out of  );i'(;      '"' ^'heii till |h Mild and clono th��  sl'   '���'xiii triou.s  eotored   tnan   is  the  l���.   0,,ilM   vrvam,  in tho world.,,���Chi-  JOHftf McLATCH IE  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  ���9a. Customs Hnnse, Wef? i\ R C.  Leave Nelson 5 a. m.,  Arrivo Winnipeg 2nd day S:3o a.m.  Arrive ��t. I^aul 2inl tiay <>:40 j). m.  At rive Chicago 3rd day Q:',u) a.m.  Arrive Toronto 4; li.day 2:46 p.m.  Arrive Monl-rea 141h uay ik40 p.m.  Arrive New York ot Ij day 6.ao a. in  Close Connections for All Eastern Points.  The splendidly equipped tourist, eats of this  .company leave for tlie Ka��( as io low-:  From Dnnniore Junction daily /'or St Paul.  From Kootenay J.ttndhtgi Tuesday -and  Saturdays for Toronto, .Montreal, and all  Eastern points.  Further Information as to why Hie C P. R.  Is (he imst desirable route across the eoutin*  out will bo eheeriully furnished on application to  '"> !��oady M��ii����y in Roaroo.  n       ,:j,i'ish sctfleinent in tho grc&t  ''s'' rl|.v of ttluiitfhui ready inonoy  1  '",J,I,.v unknown.  After you Imvo  [   .    I*.    '   H,  mi  |ir;  ,,' m1'"'1.1 ,,( �� tvNtauraut you  calmly  ���u"l walk nut without n thought  ���:. Ma-,,1 ,M (.ushi  Some time later iu  V ,:,���,..'��� '."'"ih.arrivoH at yourresidoneo  'fr4V;!ll)'''V;,lij,nf Pap^r���n -chit,- an  :V;illj()|| IL���^ti])]y a memorandum of  -"Ii'Iht's "'n       u  ^{}t li H'mv�� wt your  ' i'1'   Yo,i ,Sarao  H^Ht0,n   ita ��aiTiod  "'i',,,'n ,,,,,uimu, a "chit" iHthoro*  '' vyi'y HhtMdilaolf d<um  not aHk  f>P��Th, hut  ^''in^Hhiwbiii utthooud  1    -Jwomlon Anvwora  WADDS BROS.  H0T0GRAPHERS.  Vancouver and .' elaon  BJIKER STREET, NELSON, B. C  TliBfc'R HCrNCE.  J.S. OAUTEK,  Dlsi.rass. A.ut.,  NelK(a).  K. J. COYLK,  A. G, V. A,  N'ancouver  Notice To Delinquent Co-Owner.  To John NorerosM, or to any person or per- i  I sons to whom he may have transferred his'  C���rriFJCATE OF l&iPROVEft9EftT$.  ���'Iroa  Cap"  and  vGrey   Eagrle*'   Mineval.  Clainn, situa'e in  the Nelson Mining Divi  sion of. West Kootenay P��striet. :  W"he!re located: On the west slope of Sandy  Creek, about four miles from Xelsoxi.  Take notice that Ii Francis J. 0Taeilly, ot  Nelsoa, 13. C. as ;i<rc-nt f*>r C. Sweeny, Free,  31iner*s cerMtJcate .Mo.r 1571,1:12, fiuond sixty  days,IVom the dale hereof, io appjy.tothe'  ^Ju?iu��: Kecorder for cercilirates of inibrove-,  ments./or the ,i>tirpose of obuiining Crown *  gram's <��f tbe above claims.    '-���-      ;       .  '        ���'"'  And iat'ther take notice that action, under ,  section  27, must be commenced   before  the  issuance b�� sueli ceriificates of improvements.,  Dated th is 22nd day of October, 1902:  FlJAiNClS J. O'ttEILliY. 0  CERTIFICATE.Of IRflPROVEMEWTS.  o  Gladys Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District. " '  Where located:   On Morning Mountain.  Take notico that I. John McLatchie, of  the O'ty of Nelson, acting as agent for fi. J.  Stanley. Free Miner's Certificate No.  B51,560, and R H. Stanley, Free Miner's Cer-  tiileate No. B ol,/>61, i11tend. sixty days from  the date hcreof.loapply to the Mining Recorder for n Certificate oi Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of  the above claim. ; a\' .<>ZJ/������;���  And further take notice, that action,.under  section 37, must be eomiueneedibefore the  issuance ��if such Certiflea te 6l>Impr6vements  Dated this loth day of September, A. D.1002.  JOHN MCbATCHIK.  Notice To Delinquent Co-Ownero  To L. F.Murray and Thomas l^urns or to any  persons or persons to "whom they may have  transferred their interests in the.." Big Chief  Mineral Claim situate about eleven miles up  East Sldeof Wild Horse Creek, and the "Foor-  mnn" Mlnoral Claim situate about % mile  east of Wild Horse Creek and twelve miles  from Nelson and Fort Shepherd Railway,  both In the Nelson Mining Division, District of  West, Kootenay.  You and each of you are hereby notified  that I have expended two hundred dollars in  laboui*und improvements upon the above  mentioned mineral claims in order to hold  said mineral claims under the provisions oi  the ml net al Act, and if within ninety dayN of  the date of this notice you fail or reiYtse to  contribute your portion of such,.expenditure  together wiih all costs of advertising your interest In the said claims will become the property of tho subscriber under Section four ol  an Act entitled "An Act To Amend Tho  Mineral Act, 1900."  11. GlKfcWtJWMO.  Da-ted thie twelfth ctay ot Apr! 1,1006.  ^S^^������%*!1*��-Vauvmu.  Interest.  In  situate on  tho "Caledonia" mineral claim,  ihe   IMvhle,   betwi en   Bird   and  I  Ophlr creep's, awl south ofthe Ophlr minora  plalin, Nelson Mining Division of "-Vest. Knot  ena v ;  You and each ofyouare hereby notified that  we have expended one hundred dollars in  labour and Improvement* upon the above  mentioned mineral claim In order to hold  said mineral claim under the provisions of  the Mlnoral Act, and If within 00 days from  I he date of this not lee, you fail or rem no to  contribute vour proportion of such expenditure together with all costs of advert Udiitf,  your Interest In said claim will become t ie  lu'operty of the subscribers, under Section  -lofnn Act entitled "An Act to amund the  Mineral Act.l'JOO."  John R  IIaxtikc,  Nl A KO A II KT    N1C W*WT,  Dated this ir>tdi day of July, 1H02.  CERTIFICATE OF IHilPROVEUTEWTS.  Shepherds Star Mineral Claim,situate In the  Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay  District.  Where located: On the East Fork of Cottonwood Creek, % mile East of Nelson and Fort  Sheppard Railway.  Take notice that f, John McLtitchAe, of the  Citv of Nelwon, actinias agent for James Burnet MacLaren, Free Minor's Coriilleuto No, B  (1^,122, intend, sixty dags ftrotn the duo hereof,  to apply to the .Miniing Recorder fo^ a Certificate of Improvements* ft>r the purpose ol  obtaining a Crown (��aant of the above claim.  And further titlee notde*. that action, nnd^r  seeiion il7. mu��t l>e comnu��nccd before the Im-  Bua nee of tsuch Certl Ilea to of Jin provoinent��.  Dated this 27th day od'August, A. D. 1002.  .lOflfN MCl.���AlU3UfAK,  <  . ���,, ���. "��� ���'   'an  , I  i " ....  ������}  Via! V     ,,.  l{ 5��l   I   ���'  k    '   -   ii      "   I Ah  1, # ''    I  WI" "Iff '.���"*   *"*"���'  f,   i, H i i   l     '.  < ,1  \l  r���,���_^~^^ a-\ '���/,.������;.    ;:..:   ....��� t "'T'". 7"  , ,"   .AAA^iin- .���..-..��,.,.... --o  ;;/;   \ /,, ,,,     .,fr   .    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We will allow 10 per cent, discount during this w-ftPt nn *^a ��.��      ���      ,.  Dress Goods, Costume Cloths, Waist, X4sf and ^S^t^1^^81  Day and.Dress Skirts, Ladies' and Ckildren's CoaS jI*iet*����A SJWK ***?*-  Tailor-Made Suits,  Carpets, CurtailT^ortie^es   ,v^^^^eaAy^'We8i;r  Sale price $a75.   All colors. f ����soui_ xsxouses. .Regular price $5.5o,  ���mm-  ��&������:���$:  iiyA-.[iA. _  'fAsK-  sSiAZ-  ESEtrSS}?-.,  3^ iBA  CVkJIIIfr  A'i  mzZr.:  my:  oao'n  "' ' ���'������  If '':':.*' '���'  |ff..  '*/������ ������} ���  W :  fi  *  [;   ,  .(     -  ���  o  0  T    -  ���  IF" /.  L-.  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