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 ���r��� :-,.., ; ������.J^ng^j!jp��fp��e��WPKSairigl��-B  A    .^5     V^    -J  VOLUME VII.  NELSON, B. C��� SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 19G4.  NUMBER  'i4/  N  ews of the  M  mes  BOUNDARY MINING NOTES.  Phoenix Pioneer.  Ore shipments from the unties of  the Boundary total exceeding 200,000  so far for 1004.  The East Kootenay Coal & Coke  Co., of Grand Forks, will incorporate  with a capital of $100,000.  Diamond drilling at the Volcano  mine, on the Nortli Fork, is reported  to have been temporarily suspended  on account of water.  On the Don Pedro, being operated  by the Chicago.Bntish Columbia Mining Co., the contractors now have the  shaft down about 75 feet.  But one of the two steam shovels is  now being used at the Granby mines.  As soon as the snow is gone both  machines will be put in commission  again.  H. H. Shallenberger recently sold  his Alameda claim, Deadwood Camp,  adjoining the Mother Lode, to Minneapolis capitalists, who expect to develop  the property. -  Jay P. Graves, general  manager of  the Granby Co., left for Montreal last  Saturday.     As  usual, following such  ' trips, some interesting information is  likely to be -forthcoming.  While water preventsshipping from  the Senator, Summit camp, for the  present, development is being con Unwed.and before long ore will be going  out to the Granby 'smelter again.   ...  Fraser-'Bros, have su ;p3:i le 1 ���(level-'  opment on the Evening Star in Wellington camp, on account of too much  water. Tlie now shaft is now down  about 45 feet, and is in excellent copper ore.  The British Columbia C'-pper Co.  is  Providence Mining Co. has arrived in  Greenwood from Chicago.  The Minnie claini in Summit camp  will ship to the Granby smelter at an  early date. There tire 90 tons of 525  ore on the dump. The property is  owned by Dr. Averill, of this city.  Horses are now used at the 300-foot  level of the Old Iron-sides mine for  hauling ore cars. When the No. 4 tunnel is connected with that level, in the  course of two or three months, the  horses can he taken out that way.  Next month new work is to be undertaken at the Oro Denoro, Summit  camp, which will result in the shipments being increased to 200 or 250 tons  daily. At present about 150 tons are  being shipped, the output going entirely to the Granby smelter.  Forces at some of the high grade  Boundary mines are being increased  somewhat. The Elkhorn has added a  few men and the Providence, also,  making nearly GO men employed at  these two properties. Both are shipping ore at the rate of ��� a car or two  every mouth.  SLOCAN MINING NOTES.  Slocan Urill.  Sandon mines last week shipped 2-39  tons .of ore.  .There is 15 foot "of "snow on the level  at the Bank of England.  ':To -date   the Sandon    mines   have  shipped 3293 tons of ore.  Operations are to be resumed at  the  Alanm concentrator to-day.  Lust week the Payne shipped 100  tons of zinc to Antwerp, Belgium.  The Ottawa succeeded in sending  erecting a good sized building nt its out four carloads nf ore in May.  Mother Lode mine for the use of cm- Ij;is(( wceu the crosscut of the Port  ployees. There will be 10.) lockers, Hl,re was j,j S5 feel, but had not  the second story to be utilized  as an   tapped the ledge.  assembly room or hall.  Last .Saturday, a carload of iron ore  Wm. Fowler, who  has been   spend-   ,-,.->.��� Ulc paylie  ^ssed through to the  ing the last few  months among his J k*oI!S011 smeiiei.  old friends in Scotland, relumed   last, j    Tho ���lc8see3-ofUjc Black Princo wU1  JES_]Li_tJ!2��J_2_liL^  development on  the  Defiance.    Just  moro ore till Uie snow goes.        .  qefore leaving Oretnvoed elast autumn  he completed the purchase of this  property and is planning to equip it  with machinery this spring, and to  ><"vBpeedily make a shipping mine of it.  The grade of ore on the Defiance is  high and the location good.  Grand Porks Ncws-Giv/cltc.  A force 100 men is now steadily employed at the Mother Lode mine in  Deadwood camp..  Mark F. Madden,  president of the of them came down here  The lessees of the Alberta have  ceased work. . They expect to send  out two-thirds of a car -.if ore in a few  days.  Al Teeter has purchased from John  Skinner a third interest in the Federal  claim, on Lemon creek. It was formerly the Golden Wedge.  Acting under orders from England,  tlie Wakefield shut down Saturday,  throwing 15 men out of work.     Some  B,  oundary xjre Ohipments  EVENTS AND GOSSIP  At a concert to be given at Kaslo next Monday  evening in aid of the Hospital the two principal  choruses from the " Chimes of Normandy" will be  given, a large number of young vocalists of the city  taking part. This is a new departure at concerts,  but we doubt not but it will be appreciated by those  iu attendance. The choruses of the " Chimes"* are  about the m.ost attractive thing in that opera. If the  Kaslo singers are able to handle the choruses well,  they should in a short time be iu a position to give  the whole opera.  "Prof." Hepburn threatens us with another  "dramatic" production. As yet no oue has applied  for an injunction to restrain the " Prof." .Iron-  further inflictions of this character on the heretofore  peaceably disposed population of Nelson.  The   services  in the  various  churches yest rday  were well attended.  The Nelson fire brigade by quick action prevented  what might have been a serious conflagration this  morning. About half-past two o'clock the premises  occupied by " Silver King Mike," on Hall street,  were discovered to be on fire. The fire hall was telephoned aiid.in four minutes the brigade was on hand.  With good work the blaze was soon extinguished. If  the fire had made but little more headway, it is probable the whole block would have been burnt up. As  it was, only about ten dollars' worth of damage was  done.  The Launch Club is making preparations for its  jiew boat house, and the work of getting ready for  the launches already here and the new ones soon to  arrive will be completed in a short time. No city in  proportion to its population in British Columbia will  have as many fine launches as Nelson this summer.  All Fools' Day was duly celebrated in Nelson.  Many were the victims of harmless trick, old boys as  well as young boys. Of course there is always some  idiot who in order to make a fool of someone else  :onlj'-succeeds-in-making-aiL-ass-of-himseif.,-=-Thisavas.  the case with the fellow who turned in the fire alarm  at 2 o'clock in the morning. The police are on the  lookout for the offender, who, if caught, can safely  count on three months under she hospitable roof of  Warden Lemon.  The following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary m.ines for  1904, and for last week :  1904  P.: st  l:j.i,S40  Granby Mines, Phoenix    .  Snowshoe, Phoenix  Brooklyn. Phoenix  Mother Ijode, Deadwood  Sunset, Deadwood  Morrison, Deadwood  B. C. Mine, Summit .  It. Bell, Summit  Emma, Summit .  Senator, Summit Camp .  Oro Denoro .       .       .       .  Winnipeg, Wellington    .  Golden Crown, Wellington  Athelstan, Wellington   .  King Solomon, W.  Copper  No. 7 Mine,  Central  City of Paris, Central .  Jewel, Long Lake   .  Carmi. West Fork  Providence, Providence .  Elkhorn, Greenwood .  E. P. U. and Goldfinch  .  Ruby, Boundary Falls  Miscellaneous   .  1903  393,718  74,212  130,492  .    15,731  3,339  .    19,305  22,937  303  15,537  2,435  5,040  910  400  107  40.PS4  1902  Week  11.970  3.4SS  According to the Cranbrook Herald there seems to  be little doubt now but that the deliberations of the  lead mine owners will result in a general opening of  all the properties in the Kootenays. This would  mean of course, that the St. Eugene would begin  operations, which would mean a great deal for Moyie,  and all of that part ofthe district. Mr. Smith, who  was the engineer when the mine was last in operation,  has been sent for and arrived iu Moyie last Saturday.  It will be his duty to get the compressor and pipes in  running order. Quite a number of men have been  employed the past month, and everything indicates an  early start.  I don't know what may happen. I may speak for  an hour. I would like," he went on, after a pause,  "to step down and look at mj-self for one moment  here.".  ; Turning to the serious drama, he observed that it  vvas "a little tired. Nearly all serious plays deal  with unpleasant subjects, yet serious people are not  soj bad as they are represented on the stage."  Then he set out to give his idea of a serious play,  describing tbe entrance of a lady who says to her husband " How pale you are !" to which there comes no  reply, only the husband's soliloquy, " Ah, if she but  knew."  Both go out and return. The lady takes off her  hat because she looks better without it. Her name  of course, depends on the theatre where the performance takes place, but we will call her Eleanor.  "Have you discovered my guilty secret ?" she  asks her husband.  "Have you discovered mine?" is his response.  ���'-When we met in Oxford street I thought you had  a past."  " I thought as. everyone had a past, I'd have one,"  replies the heroine.    "What's to be done ?"  " What's to be done with the child," he demands.  " There is no child."  "I forgot."  ������" Bring in a child���any child !"  And the curtain descends as he places his hand on  his head. But not before the husband says, " I cannot leave you.  Why should you be left and not me ?"  The modern comedy Mr. Barrie likened to an overdressed doll. To-Mr; Mr. Pinero's influence, be de-  ^cloired tbe stage owes deep thanks. -  " j-have a passionate belief," he concluded, " in  the repertoire theatre, and.if it should be established  here I would send every play I wrote to it in prefer^  ence to any other theatre."  L  P,  ocal and   X rovincial  A fire alarm  system has been in-j    The high  and public schools closed  stalled at Phoenix. Thursday for Easter holidays.  Harry "Wright,  M. P. P., returned  from the coast last night.  Wm. Toye has opened a grocery in  the store formerly occupied by J. G.  Simpson.  Utah farmers are inspecting ranches  in the Kettle river valley with a view  to locating.  P. Lamont, 'manager of the Canada  Drug and Book Company, left for the  coast last night on a business trip.  The trouble at the Enterprise mine  has been readjusted, and development  work will proceed at once.  The hotels were all crowded Good  Friday, many having come in from  the mines to spend the holiday in the  city.  J. G. Wilson, of the Lake of the  Woods Milling Co., was in the city  this week. Mr. Wilson is thinking of  taking up his residence in Nelson  again.  Mr3. J. A. Kelly, of Fairview,  last Thursday sprained her shoulder.  The inconvenience and pain are quite  as great as- if the shoulder had beeu  dislocated.  5.S22  1,750  10,798  1,903  Every other man you met on the street this afternoon had a fish-pole and the lake is crowded with  small   boats and launches.  390  924  Total, tons.       . 684,420  Mr. J. M. Barrie was iu excellent vein at the annual dinner of the Playgoers' Club at the Hotel Cecil,  says tbe London Daily Mail.  He spoke in reply to the toast of ' The Drama,"  proposed by Mr. A. B. Walkley, who said that the  real cause of the Drama's trouble was a dearth of  playwrights. <>  There was a great outburst of cheering when Mr.  Barrie rose to reply.  " This is the first time iu my life," he began, " that  200,127      10,778   I have been the guest ofthe evening anywhere, and  210  200  135  AFTER   FUZZY-WUZZY.  We've sized up fightin' men across the seas,  An' some of'em was good an' some was not.  But, ye can ta ke them anywhere ye please,  The Jappy is the finest o' the lot,  'E's as nimble as a newly-wedded flea,  'E's as wicious as a bloomin' singin'  bant,  'E's so small that when the Russian enemee  ^-Tries=tOH=shoot--im,-why,-H=Lor-L-bless-yer-HSoulHheyH  can't.  Then 'ere's to ye, 'Appy-Jappy, with the bias to yer  heye.  Ye've lot o' gods, too many, but   ye'll   drop 'em by-1  an'-by,  Oh, ye're all Jamaica ginger, an' yer like we couldn't  spare,  Fer ye're Providence's physic for the grouty Russian  bear.  There's only forty 'airs upon 'is face.  An' none of 'em is more 'an 'arf a hinch,  'Is skin 'e stole out of a mummy case ;  'K'll measure five foot two upon a pinch,  'Eil bankiton a biscuit for a week,  An' 'ave his dissipation out in tea.  When slaughterin' 'e's just as mild  As when squattiu' 'mong 'is yaller familee.  ���  Then 'ere's to ye, 'Appy-Jappy, an' the  missus  an'  the kid.  The Mikado said "Do-Rusko !" an' ye blandly weut  and did,  Ye slammed 'em with  torpedoes   while ye  tried to  comb yer 'air,  An' ye  made 'em run  to 'Arbin when ye walked to  take the hair.  'E hasn't any carpet on tbe floor ;  'Is furniture is mostly in 'is pack ;  'E never 'as a lock upon the door ���  A burglar's always welcome to 'is shack,  With nothing 'ere for you to fret about,  'E'd just as soon the bucket kick as not.  If onjy in a fight he'd get knocked out  'E'd do the hara-kiri on the spot.  Then   ere's to  ye, 'Appy-Jappy, in  yere hempire o'  Japan.  Ye're   a   poor   benighted 'eathen, but   a   first-class  fightin' man,  Too   childish  for  to worry and too   wise for   feelin'  blue,  Ye can wallop all the nations���well, excepting one or  two.  Hon. R. F. Green, Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, passed  through Nelson Wednesday returning  to Victoria after a short trip through  his constituency.  David Wilson, school inspector for  the Kootenays, has gone to the coast.  John Elliot, of the law firm of Elliot  & Lennie, of this city, has been reelected, a bencher of the British Columbia Law society.  Mrs. W. G. Lillie has left for Lewis-  ton Idaho, where she will spend a few  days with relatives before proceeding  to Dawson to join her husband. -  R. J*. Clark, principal of the Nelson  High School, left for the Coast Thurs:  day evening to attend the Teachers'  Convention. He will be absent about  a week.  It is stated that the Kootenay Itivei'  Lumber Co., which has its mill  located on the waterfront of this city,  will resume operations Monday next;  This will give employment to about 40  men and it is expected that during ihe.  busy season the plant will be operated  night and day.  Messrs. Horst Brothers, of Agassi;*,  intend putting in about 200 acres of  hops this spring, which will bring  their acreage under crop up to between  400 and 500 acres.  =���A=quan tityiof-24ineh=-rivetedopipe  arrived at Ashcroft a few days ago for  the Consolidated Cariboo Co., Bullion.  Mr. Hobson states thiitheisimportinir  an hydraulic elevator with which he  will work the bedrock gravels. This  system of working the bedrock gravels  will do away with the necessity of tunneling the rim to make grade.  A company has been formed at Ntin-  naimo to exploit the herriug industry  on a large scale. The fact that some  Vancouver men were over looking into  the situation, and.that Seattle has been  heard, from on the subject, has aroused  Nanaimo people to the necessity of talc-'  ing action at ouce unless they are prepared to see a golden opportunity slip  through their fingers. The new" coiii*'"  pany is headed by ex-Mayor Quenn'cll.  For some time pasta Victoria syndicate has been busycompletingarrange-  ments through J. Butchart, the promoter, for the promotion of a company  to engage in the operating of an extensive cement manufacturing plant at  Saanich Arm. The scheme has now  advanced sufficiently for to permit of a  definite announcement being made  that--the success p^the enterprise-is insured. A huge plant will be put in  position at Carter Bay, where there exist vast deposits of limestone capable of  being manufactured into the finest  quality of Portland cement, and as the  necessary capital is available, a start on  the project will be made at an early  date.  Mi  O  llinery v^/penings  THR F1.KD IRVINE CO., I,TD.  The millinery openings of this firm  become more interesting each succeeding year to the feminine portion of the  population of Nelson. This year the  works of art shown are even more attractive than formerly, und the  spacious room upstairs has been set  aside for the hat display. The advantage of this arrangement is at once apparent to the visitor. There seems to  be a greater variety in shapes than  formerly, some with high crowns,  others low and Hat. The large hat  seems to hold pre-eminence. The milli-  nery display was under the supervision  of Miss Darveaux, who has been with  this company for several years. During the last three days the store has  been thronged with shoppers. The  store generally presented a gala day  appearance, with dainty silks, blouses,  neckwear, belts, gloves, etc., laid out  in tempting array.  THE KXFIEI.O CO.  The millinery parlors of the Enfield  company have beeu a centre of attraction for the past few days. Amongst  the large number of magnificent hats  shown it is difficult to single out ajiy  particular oue for description. All  sizes and shapes are to be seen,  and the jaunty tricorne seems to  be quite popular. One particularly  pretty hat in this shape was built entirely oi* foliage and tiny green berries.  A handsome all black French model  was shown, the crown composed of  long stemmed black violets, and finished at the back with a long maline  drape. Another stunning creation was  of shell pink straw and chiffon trimmed  with large pink ribbon bow and black  jet buckles with large white ostrich  plume on left rim and a bandeau of pink  roses. This company also makes a  specialty of children's hats and infants'  outfits. Miss Johns, late of Vancouver,  has charge of the millinery for the Enfield company, and the display made  is indeed creditable to this lady. THE KELSON ECONOMIST  The Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon at  Vers on Stkeet. Nelson, B. G.  $1,00 Per Year in Advance  Advertising rates made known on application.  All changes ln advei'tlse.nents to Insure  Insertion should reach this ollice not later  than Thursday at 12 o'clock.  "When change of address Is required, it. Is  desirable tbat both the old address and the  flew be given.  Address all communications, "Publisher of  i'uE Nei-soi* Kcosomist. Nelson.B. C."  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  Spring poets are now engaged in the  search of a word that will rhyme with  ApriL  Ko far Japan has gained considerable  ground, without conceeding one point  of substantial advantage to the .Russians.  The Tourist Association has now a  ���programme, which, if strictly adhered  to, should result in much benefit to the  Kootenavs.  . If you lack faith in the possibilities  of the Kootenays just count.the. number of perambulators along Baker street  any sunny afternoon.  The work of the present session of  "Dominion House is principally in the  direction of preparing .Liberal campaign material for the forthcoming  election.  'J?he McBride Government appears  to live and even thrive on the abuse of  the self seekers) who were disappointed  because they could not have everything  their own way <  it is nbolit time lacrosse;enthusiasts  should meet and discuss plans for the  season. Nelson always bad the best  team in the interior, and the material  is here to sustain that record.  ���Trout Lake promises to be a lively-  City this year. It is announced thai  ���from all over the continent inquiries  are reaching that place, relative to  openings for business and mining ven-  " tures; ^__���.-_,.__,       r..^====^_=iii_  t)uring the week a large number of  families from the east have arrived in  Nelson and taken up their [residences  here. "Vacant houses are. becoming  scarcer, and we may look forward to  considerable building the coming summer. ..:;,,:  " Progress" is now the watchword  in British Columbia. It. is generally  conceded that the prcs-rccls for the.in-  terlor were never sd 'bright iis at the  present. The days'of "inflation are past,  and the hour of substantial progress is  now at hand.  The citizens of Poplar want a school  nnd believe the Department of Education sliould comply with their demand  at once. School Inspector "Wilson, it  appears, has some doubt as to whether  the new mining camp has enough  children of school age to warrant an  up-to-date school establish ment.  When Bishop Perrin denies that the  Chinamen has had an evil influence on  the youthful population of British Columbia, he places his testimony against  the belief of seventy-five per cent of  the people who have taken the time to  investigate the matter. If the Bishop  requires any further light on the subject, he should make imiuiries of the  army of "dope fiends,'' along the coast  line from Victoria to San Diego. And  ���hia investigations should not stop eveu  $ken.  We Print  Letter Heads,  Bill Heads,  Statements,  Note Heacs,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc., Etc., Etc.  .���. .*��� .*. I*.  -���_���������:��-  For the wet spring days must be damp  proof and yet light in weight and stylish in  form. Our new foot wear fills these requirements in every particular. Each pair of shoes  in our stock ls porticularly stylish and  thoroughly well'made from the very best stock.  The various leathers���Calf, Box Calf, Viei,  Enamel, Etc., and the different shapes enable  us lo suit all tastes and fit all feet perfectly.  Prices to suit everybody.  I   F".   Ua  WALL PAPERS,  PAINTERS AND "DECORATORS,  SIGN WRITING,  PICTURE FRAMING.  ROOM MOULDING.  The Economis  Complete Stock ofStationey  Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.  VERNON    STREET, NELSON, B.  C  JL JL.  JIT     A &l I-I li D i AT     One seven-roomed house and.  .   L.  f\m^ADLX    one three-room house  GENERAL BROKER  Rutherford  Household Ammonia, quart bottles '..������ 25c  Benzine and.Gasoline, big bottles ..:.. ���25c  Turpentine, big bottle  25c  Furniture Cream, extra good 25c  Bug Poison, big bottle.-..//.'. :... :.. 35c  Copperas, Lye  and Chloride ot   L,ime3 all ready  for Spring House  Cleaning  Pure Baking Powder, in bulk... 35c per lb.  Seidlitz Powders, Fresh ...-.....-....! 25c  Rutherford's Cathartic Pellets, Good for Liver ancl Stomach 25c  Wild Cherry Spruce and Tar. This is the popular cough remedy  originally prepared by Teetzel & Co., and is unequalled for  coughs and colds, 2 sizes 25c and 50c  DISPENSING    PRESCRIPTIONS    A    SPECIALTY   AT  REASONABLE,TRICES.  WM. RUTHERFORD/Druggist  PHONE As 14  NIGHT PHONE B21+ WARD-STREET, NELSON, B. C.  i.  ��� -��-���     ���>*�������     .^.     -��-  **  B.C  -���;������:������>  Insurance,   Real   Estate   and  Mining  Agent  Fire, Accident and  Plate  Glass   Insurance  Houses and offices to rent and lots for sale in all parts of the city.'A  Ranch and farm lands in all parts of Kootenay.  The Scottish Union and National Insurance Co.  The Manchester Assurance Co.  The Railway Passengers Assurance Co.  Lloyd's Plate Glass Insurance Co. ,.   ;  The Kootenay Valleys Co., L'td, London, Eng.  Nelson City Land and Improvement Co.  BAKER ST., NELSON, B. C.  P. O. BOX 223  for rent.  Three dwelling houses for sale rn easy terms.  One Lot 0:1   Stanley   street,   opposite R oyal Q r r  Hotel for sale at a bargain. wfctr  h. McCausland, shoemak  5  Boots and Shoes made to order. Invisible Patching  a Specialty. Only Union Men Employed.- My; stock  of fine ready-made work lowest priced in the city.  NEELANDS' OLD STAND, BAKER S  ress  c  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  ���    t-  I  I Tbe largest exclusively  Wholesale  Liquor   House in   the in-"  Y terior.   ~~     " " T _BE_ER ���   1  NELSON, B. C.  i  Y in pints and quarts.  'I* Dawson's "Extra Special" Scotch.    Granda Cigars.  *���������        ���    Mitchell's Heather Dew Scotch etc.    Earl of Minto etc.  Y  f  A full line of imported and domestic Liquors and Wines.  -.���..  -.-  -*,.    v    ,j    .j  Head Office Nelson, B. C.  Branch  Markets   in   Rossland,   Trail,   Nelson,  Kaslo, Sandon, Three  Forks, New Denver'and Slocan City.  omment  Orders by Mail to any branch will have  prompt  and  careful atten  ���on.  jroyic Lender.  '* Beautiful Cranbrook" ia anxious to  throw of her swaddling clothes and  become a city. Cranbrook should be  careful not to do anything rash. There  area few incorporated towns in the  Kootenays that are dead sick, of the  proposition. Moyie at one time had  the incorporation fever, and tho people are now congratulating themselves,  there was nothing done in the matter.  I'oplur Nugget,  Some of the richest ore.yet found in  the camp is heing taken out of the  Swede group this week. No assay has  been made; but tlie 't-uaiizisfully one-  half sold, and will run over $1(W,0JU  to the.ton.; This rich paystreak is not  a-very large one, but it don't take very  much of the stuff to make the average  man independent. This is the fourth  very rich lead opened up on the group  and some astonishing results may he  expected cfiom shipments out of this  mine. Development is being steadily  pushed on the property aud when  spring opens the group will be in a  position to kecpaS-stanip mill crushing  ore.  Victoria Colonist. The Bishop thinks  that the Chinese are a strong race, and  is in earnest over their conversion  to   KossUiud World.  In a recent debate in tlie. British  House o" Commons, a letter was produced from the Bishop of Columbia,  Bishop Perrin of Victoria, saving nice  thing3 of the Chinese, using the same  as an argument that as tlio Celestial  was so well liked in British. Columbia, he could not do much,harm in the  Transvaal.. This letter of the Bishop  of British Columbia bas provoked  much invidious comment in the Coast  press, and .hi 5 lordship has beeu driven  to defend himself hi the olmiins of the  Christianity.   He pofnts out that they  are punctual in business, scrupuluously  honest in their business engagements,  and not addicted to drink.     Now all  this is very true and if the question  ���were   merely   this,   there   would   be  nothing further to be said.     But im-  plicity behind the Bishop's argument  is implied that this country is ready to  welcome tlie Chinaman as a settler aud  an equal.     For such.a country as this  must be either white or hybrid.     Now  tlie Chinaman will  not mix with  the  white man.   No while woman cares to  ���marry a Chinaman  whose sexual relations are unnamable,    Any resident  in  ihe Far East where Chinamen are  employed knows  this of them.     For  plainer English the Bishop may refer  to   the Pentateuch.    The Chinaman  too  is  an  inveterate gambler and  is.  generally addicted to opium.   He is inclined to create an imneriuiu inimpcrio  and  be  a law  unto himself.     Special  police are necessary  to cope with him.  Their sanitary life is much at fault and  their general health more or less scrofulous.     Such people arc not  welcome  aud   when  they   prevent white mon  coming to the province, it is insupportable.     They have their virtues, many  of them, but their virtues are not such  when coupled with   their fltiilts, to. invite their  being co-laborers   with the  white.     If British Columbia is to be a  white  man's  country   the Chinaman  must  go.     The  people will not  mix.  And the World, with no desire of im-  peititieu<e, might rcuiin.l his lordship  that if he is here as a missionary, it is  as a missionary to the whites.     The  Chinese arc here an accident, and au j  unfartunntc one at that.  'est Kootenay hutgher  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in  Camps supplied on shortest'  notice and. lowest prices.  Mailorders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept iu stock.  E. C. TRAVES. Manager  WADDS BROS.  Vancouver and Kelson ���  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  B. C  Certificate of improvements.  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I'litenis tuken tliruuch Alunn & Co. receive  special notice, wiihout charire, in the  Scientific JhtericaiL  A riHn(l3()mel7 illustrated Treeltl'". I.arccst circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, *S;i n  year; tour months $���  Sold hy ull newsdealers.  ,".JN^CQ.3GlBroa,iwa^ewVflrk  Branch Office. 625 F St. WasliiDgton. D. C  .SewingMachines and Pianos  For Rent and for Sale  Old Curiosity Shop, Josephine St, Nelson  Fred. J. Squire  Tents and Awnings made and repaired.  Clothing cleaned and mended.  Oyer tlie Wallace-Miller Co,, Nelson  8f  m .' :.,��^^^3KRGn����iarwfwWKiPiKOTCqss=3Bir^  SWW2  THE   NELSO-N  ECONOMIfcT  IffiaiWMMibAatilWiW  '*"-"-"STWJfHffrfi H-f��IIT*-'����tMi��uwAiiiiiw��^^  You will be requiring  WALL  This Spring.   See Us about it   Large New Stock  HEINT  >  SThe only   really first-class  Piano made in the Dominion of Canada.    See them.  Hear them.    Buy them from us.  mm9  rive  r Price $65 each.     Yours at $30 each.  s Stores  eSSSSSSSSsSsS^SS^BSS^EESSBISSSSg  "I  ' Civilization,  SEE the ships " said T'se Eavesdropper, as he stela round tlM  world to me, "on a dozen sides ui  the world. I hear them fighting with  the sea."  "And what do you see on tlie ships'."  I said.  "Figures of men and w.->men���thousands of figures of men and women."  "And what are they doiity?"  "They are walking fiercely," he sal'J  ���"some of them���walking fiercely u*;  and down the decks 'before the sea."  "Why?" said T.  "Because they cannot stand still am',  look at lt. Others are reading in chair*  because they cannot sit still and look  at It."  "And   there   are    some,*'    said   The  ^Eavesdropper,"1" wlth^TOo's^of ^boatd.��-  atiove  their heads    (to  protect    then:  from  Wonder)���down,  la    the     hnlrt���  playing cards."  There was silence.  ��� *       *      ���      *      ��      *  "W'hat are you seeing now?" I said.  "Trains,"  he  said���"a globe lull  ol  trains. They are on a dozen sides of it.  They are clinging to the crusts of il  ������ mountains���rivers���prairies���some lr  the light and some In the dark���creeping through space."  "And what do you see in the trains?'-  "Miles of faces."  "And the faces?"  "They are pushing on the trains."  ��� ��*���***  "What are you seeing now?" I said.  "Cities," he said���"streets of cities-  miles of streets of cities."  "And what do you sou ln the street!  of cities?"  "���Men, women, and smoJc��."  "And what are the men ��.nd women  flolng?"  "Hurrying," eaid he.  "Whore?" said I.  "God knows."���Gerald Stanley lace Ib  "Critic"  Kggs lor The British Museum.  A notice of the collections recently.  bequeathed toy the -late 'Mr. Philip  Crowley to the natural history branch  of the British Museum appeared a few i  days ago in the "Times." A very im- '  portant portion of the foeciuest is the  collection of eggs, from which 15,200  specimens have been added to the ser- j  iea previously possessed toy the museum. Among tJhe gems 'in the Crowley  cabinet are an egg of the great auk  and one of the extinct pied Labrador  duck. Both these specimens were acquired by Mr. Crowley from Canon  Tristram. The great auk's' egg is one  of the last "batch" despatched in 13ii  from Iceland to Denmark. The two  specimens in the museum previous to  'this addition were both cracked 'and in  otherwise -poor conditaion. An interesting Item in the collection is the number  of clutches of eggs of various speciea  of blrd3 with a cuckoo's egg among  them. The Crowlsy collection lias added  albout 15 per cent, to the species of  birds represented toy their eggs in tho  museum, the Increase beJng especially  marked lit Australian forms, in which  the national collection -waa previously  .weak  A "t.-ouiviry convert, full of zeal, offered ���l'ltr.selt? .f!or service in his first  prayer-meeting remarks!. "I'm ready to  do anything the I,ord asks of me," he  said, "so long as It's honorable."  Some- years ago at a Mardi Gras ball  at the Hopkins Institute in San Francisco, a man. masked, approached a  7Voma.ii, masked, and asked her for a  dance, as is considered right and proper alt Mardi Gras. "But I don't know  you, sir," said the lady in her most dey  tone. "Well, I'm taking as big a risk  as you are," retorted the man.  A tender-hearted youth was once  present at ax. Oxford supper, where the  fathers of these assembled were being  roundly abused for their parsimony in  supplying the demands of their sons.  At last, after having long kept silence,  he lifted up his voice in mild protest.  "After all. gentlemen," he said, "let us  ^re1fie1mi>MM^'1t"^  creatures."  Tho Chatsworth (Ont.) "News" says:  "A good joke is told on a Chatsworth  young man who went to Owen Sound  one day last week and dropped into Dr.  Lang'.'; office to be vaccinated. The  doctor asked him if he had ever been  vaccinated before and he replied: 'I've  been vaccinated twice and baptize;!  three times and neither one of them  took.' The doctor hesitated, but finally  concluded to vaccinate him, and judging from the way he holds his arm the  third vaccination 'took,' even If tha  third baptism didn't."  jac-ob A. Riis tells of an Irish teamster who went to the priest in a fright;  he had seen a ghost on the church wall  as ho passed it In the nlsjht. "And what  was It like?" asked the priest. "It was  like nothing so much as a big ass,"  said Patrick, wild-eyed. "Go homo,  Pat! and be easy," replied the priest,  soothlnrjly; "you've only seen your own  shadow."  Thomas Bailey Aldrlch once received  a pathetic letter in a feminine hand announcing the death of a little daughter  and asking If he would not send in his  own handwriting a verse or two from  "liable Bell" to assuage the grief of  the household. Aldrich sent the whole  poem, nnd not long after saw lt displayed In the shop of an autograph  dealer, with a jjood, round price attached thereto.  Senator Cullom of Illinois was asked  by a. correspondent why the Committee  on Foreign Relations had enjoined secrecy on the text of the new treaty  Vvith Great Britain, when the text at  the treaty was printed in all the morning papers. "Just so, just so," said th��  senator; "that's the reason the injunction cf secrecy was placed upon t\i  treaty. We knew that if vye made H  public at once not a j;.-.per in the country would print i.s full text."  During his visit to New York Thackeray was very much  attracted by the  beauty and brilliancy of a Miss B-, and,  in   accordance    with    foreign   custom,  made a morning call, when she did not  expect anyone.    Hearing some  talking  in  the lower hall, she leaned over th*  banisters and asked the servant who It  was.       "It's   Mr.   Thackeray,   ma'am."  "Oh, damn Thackeray!" replied Miss B.  ; "No,"  said  Thackeray,  who  could not  | but hear the remark, "it's not Misther  I O'Dam Thackeray, but Mr. Makepeace  ! Thackeray."   And, with a laugh, Miss  13. came down. . .       ..   _  Nottingham, England.  Navy Cut Mild, Medium and Full  MixiuTir^  vy  Cut  Cigarette  Tobacco,  Pedigree Tobacco, Navy Col  Cigarettes.  Tobaccos and Cigarettes are Second to Tone  eeton & Co., Ltd, victoria, b. c.  MONTREAL^ Sole Manufac  turers of the "Pinto Shell Cor  dovan" Gloves and Mitts  R. H. CARLEY.B. C. Agt.  cLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  0,).BC Customs House, Nelson  $7.50 PER TON,  DELIVERED  All orders must be accompanied by cash and should be foiwarded  either personally or by mail to the ofiice of  W. P. TIERNEY. GENERAL AGEBT THE NELSON ECONOMIST  \  Fashions in Dawson City.  (6*T*0   t>e    fashionable  ln  Dawson  |      City," says a correspondent of  *���     the     Indianapolis   "Journal,"  ��� "dne must have his dos team.  It is no uncommon sight to see  a Dawson belle or a wealthy matroD  enveloped in her costly furs, skimming  along behind a. team of dashing dog3.  These doss are urged to greater speed  by the call of 'mush on,' which means  In "English 'get up' ot 'go ahead.'   The  men in Dawson City are by no means  deprived o! club-life.   The fashionable  organization of this kind ln Dawson U  known as the Zero Club.    In summer  the men play tennis, lacrosse, cricket  and baseball.   The women play tennis  and serve tea.   In winter they have tha  curling club and the skating rinks.   It  costs money to live In  the  Klondike,  but one can buy anything from an automobile down if one has the price.   A  gown -that  a   woman   in   Indiana polls  would pay S25 tor, she could not expect  to set  In  Dawson  for le^s  than  $100.  However, if one lias the money one can  get tho most  fashionable gown  there.  A veryg'^od meal, accompanied by music, Is noiw jservedTri the best hotels in  Da.wson  for $1.    Wood is worth $20 a  cord.   Good apples were 50 cents apiece  last winter, and beefsteak brings from  J5   cents to ?1.50  a pound  during   the  winter.   Christmas turkeys were $1 a  pound last winter."  Prognostications.  NfrW Tork "Life" ventures upon the  following prognostications regarding  (Miss Stone,  o ..  She will arrive in America.  ���She will be met by a large delegation  o�� gentlemen interested in collecting  funds to send missionaries out of our  own country, where they are needed.  Into other countries, where they art'  not needed, and where their principal  Junction is to create complications for  the "United States Government to light  cut.  She will be exploited for a. few days  5>y the yellow journals.  She will be ��� gushed over by long-  'baired men, short-haired 'Women and  other gushers.  She will probably lecture, at a high  compensation, under the management  of Major J. B. Pond.  She -will sell literature to the cheap  (magazines at 'large prices. -'  She will make ;��� money'. ' ������;'  She will be lionized by the ���W.C.T.U.  She will 'be -utilized by local missionary societies to gather funds to provide soft snaps in uncivilized .J.ii'Oi.  and other heathen places for,.Anv.!i*i-  tcans who can't make a living at SnW!,  She will be an encouragement to ������i'n-  'jers   tro go  Into  foreign  countries .--nl  ���get into trouble'minding other pscp-At  (business,   when   they   might  be   '������.:'i��  Bafe tht home tending to their own.  Eyeache and  r_  of  Eyestrain  causes  both.  Drugs  relieve  only  temporarily.   Properly adjusted glasses remove  the cause and effect a  permanent cure.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  The .Wit's Hoar of trial.  . "Repartee is like tennis. The ball Is  driven backward ; an-i forward from-  one player to. the other, and the  on-e on whose side it last strikes is  the loser. It.Is a -terrible thing for an  artist at repartee -to find that he has  no answer. The 'mere pretender does  not care, ��� ���. He will answer something,  *.o the point or not; but 'the artist will  ���not debase his art with a bad -answer;  he merely sorrows for a good one.  There was a little Irishman who kept  e liquor shop, and he was noted for always having a reply ready. One day  r man came in, laid a dollar bill-on the  l)&r-and called for whiskey. The proprietor set out the bottle and a glass,  and the customer flUed the glass right  . �����_> to Tthe top." "Is lt a'towel yoi^'d be  ���wan-tin'?" the proprietor asked, implying 'thereby that the customer had  poured out a baUil rather than a drink.  "Look here," said tht customer, pointing to the mo^ey, ".there's a dollar, you  can 'take the price of "this drink out of  -nit,--and=-ifn^there=H)isnU^enough,^teUomjL  how much more you want and I'll pay  it   but I don't want any -talk from a  liUle -Mick of a bartender."  The proprietor picked up the dollar  and (laid down 85 cents. As the customer disappeared ho walked around  in. front of the .h=>** and said to a friend  who sat there:.-'Oas v, I'd have given  me liquor shop to have knowed what  i�� answer: hack to thatman."  He Missed His Opportunity.  "Henry," said Uncle Amos" from Up-  creek, who was visiting his city nephew-, "who's that man In the house on  tlie other side of the street? Every  morning he stands in front of a window an' shaves himself. He's done 11  now for three days hand-running."  "I suppose he has done it every  anomlng- for the last ten years, uncle,"  icplled Henry.  "Has he lived there all that time?"  "Zes, and longei* than that, for al! I  know. I've been hero oaly ten years  myself."  "Who is he?"  "I don't know."'  "What does he roller?"  "I haveii't the slightest idea, uncle."  XTncle An.as put on his hat and went  out.   In on hour or two-he returned.  "Henry," he said, "that chap's name  is Horton. He runa-an lr-surance ofllc��  flown -town. He's wutb about twenty-  seven thousand dollars, owns that  ti<r_se an" lot, belongs to the Presbyterian church, has three boys an' one  flrl, an' fc.��'a forty-six years old. I'vn  found out-more about him-in an hour  ?ban you-have in ten years. Blamed  it X don't believe lfTtn* in the city  sakes people .stupid."  Misconceptions,  "A good story comes from Sydney,**  eays the London "Globe," "where letters have been received from two American bi7s>nes3 firms asking whether  communications to Australian merchants should be written in English or  'In the language of the country.' It  recalls an astonishing trade circular received a short tline ago by a business  firm in Glasgow from a German manufacturer, also written In whet his versatile clerk had apparently taken foe  the language of the eotintry. It wa��f  in the best "kailyard' style, and spok*  p_ a   .djickle consignment   o'  ciemt*  Anecdotal.  "When the English barrister, Richard  Eve. desired to "ta.ke silk"���or, In other  rrords, to become a Queen's Counsel-  he sent the usual note to the senior  members on the circuit to see whether  anyone objected, according to custom.  Mr. Adam Walker, one of the senior  members, replied as follows:���" My  dear Eve,���You may take silk or a fig  leaf.   I don't care.���Adam."  Shortly after Sir Lawrence" Alma-  Tadema, R.A., was knighted, he and  Lady Alma-Tadema gave an At  Home at St. John's Wood. Everybody present was congratulating 'them,  and one lady was very profuse. " Oh,  dear Sir Lawrence," she said, "I am  awfully glad to hear of. the honor you  have received. I suppose now that you  are knighted you will give up painting  and 'live like a gentleman."  In an Ohio town last fall, the African  Methodist-Episcopal Church of that  district held a conference, and for a  week the town was filled with colored  pulpit orators. A few days after the  conference closed its sessions, one of  the leading colored women of the town  drove out to Pea Ridge to purchase  chickens of an old mammy wttio had  supplied the family for years. Aunt  Hanna, coming to the gate, said: "I'm  sorry, Miss Al-lie." I ain't'got a chicken  left.   Dey all done enter de ministry.  A story is going the rounds about  a prominent Nova Scotia lawyer who  is noted for his carelessness In dress,  which fact annoys the members of the  ���Bar exceedingly. Entering the eourt-  roami_ on��- day��� m inns _.. a___cravat,..tiha  judge reproved hirrj, saying the law  required him to wear one. "Oh, yes,  your honor. I know It," he answered;  "���but it does not say-where he shall  wear It," and as he spoke he pulled it  out of his trousers pocket. The matter  then dropped.  General William T. Sherman was  fond of relating the following story:  " When I was with the army in'Georgia, a slave-owner about Christmas  time missed a fine fat turkey. He suspected a good-looking mulatto, and ordered the man brought before him.  1 You have stolen'my turkey and eaten  It,' said the Irate planter. Tse not  gwine to say I didn't, when you says  I did, massa.* 'I ought to have you  flogged. "What have you to say .why  I should not punish you?' ' Well, mas-  aa, you hain't lost anything particular.  You see, you has a little less turkey  and a good deal more nigger.' And,the  master was compelled to acknowledge  the philosophy of the slave, and let  him go unwhlpped."  As a young man Paul Kruger was regarded as an authority on psalm sing:-  lng,_and the_farmers,used to. come to.  hfni to.learn tho keynote for starting  the psalms at the next Sunday's service: Kruger, even in those days, was  no believer in the policy of giving anything away���not even a note of music���  so he had a uniform charge of a double  handful nf dried peaches' for ihis instruction. Even the fact that the work  was in the service of religion did not  deter him from resorting to strategy,  for he made a point of giving each applicant a different note. The result  when the pious Doppers attempted to  raise tlieir voices In 3acred harmony  next Sunday may be Imagined. The  result was that each man concluded he  had lost the key, and had to return for  a further lesson. "I nearly bankrupted  rhcin of their dried peaches," said the  president.  Ford Madox Brown, the artist, once  had to be smuggled Into his own exhibition. The occasion was a private view  In Bond utreet of the Manchester fresco, "John Kay." Tho artist being unwell at the time was accompanied In  his carriage to the gallery by his doctor and old friend, WMCiani Gill. The  time passed pleasantly enough en route  ln conversation, when suddenly Madox  Brown's talk came to an abrupt full  stop; 'he started as though struck by  some very disquieting thought, and  wildly plunged round in his various  pockets, 'blank dismay depicted on: liis  countenance the while. "Good heavens,  Gill!" lie exclaimed, "I have forgotten  my card of admission! What am I to  do*?" "ITour card of admission!" re-  plted his amazed friend, "surely you  can get in without that?" "No, no,"  answered Madox Brown In despair,  "they will never let me In���they don't  know me!" Fortunately, however. Mr.  Gill was provided with the necessary  passport, and he thus played the distinctly original role of getting an artist  admission Into liis own ribovr.  Baker   Street,   Nelson.  ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES  Etc-trie light rates fort lie month of M:\ivli  re now clue and ��� i>ny:iblu  at  the   Cily   < lift :e.S.   If pa id on   or  before   llic   lot li  April  diK'-rnntoflO percent will be allowed.  Nelson, April 2,190-1.  15y order,  1). C. .Mo.MOIlP.lS  City Cleric.  Water Rates Notice  W'utfr   rules  for lhe quarter cmlinp: June  !0, 190-1, are due unci   payable at tho elty ollice   on .Saturday;  April  _l.     If   paid   on or  beforo the lolh April a cliHrount ol IU per cent,  willbe iillowc.l. If not paid on or before Aprl  30.*.h the service will be discontinued.  By older.  D.C. McliORHIS.  City Cleric.  Kelson. April 2,1004.  DON'T WORRY,   DEAR.  /^St?-\*\f%9& f$&lrf^H^/,@Ki<;grtvi^�� ViiSfe/S��KVZ*^r!{��)�������� t/fpy:. Z^^-Z^/^-f^^t/$^fPS^ iSSfc(:��&k-C^Sv-4SS"aH <����3b-;fisfe';����?i/SSh/'2s>��vV^SRK-''/*��$>��'��� l^5^/<^Pv* /$ffi__ /^S��/Siitv*' _"&�������  Don : worry, dear.   The bleakest years  Th-tt clog thu forward view  Each thins to nothing when it nears.  And we may saunter through.  The darkest moment never comes.  If only looms before,  tho loss of hope is what benumbs,  ^  Not troublo at the door.  Don't worry, dear.   The clonda aro blaclr,  But with them comes the rain,  And stifled souls that parch, and crack  May thrill Avith vap again.  Tho burden hear as best we can,  And there'll be none to bear. . ,- '  Hard work has never killed a man,  - Bui worry did ita share  Don't worry,  dear;   don't blanch,  dcn'S  .,   yield,  But daro the yeai s to come,  Kor give the enemy llic field  " Eecausc he heats his drum.  Theso little woes that hover near  Are nothing, though lhey gall.  We know that life is love, my dear,  And Hfu and love aro all. -  ^Saiauel Merwin in Vouth's Companion.  CooUoi'y Subjects.  The main topics given by an interesting  writer on tho cookery subject- are, first,  bread; second, butter; third, meat; fourth,  vegetables, and, fifth, tea, by which last ia  meant gcncrically. all sorts of warm, comfortable drinks served ont In teacup*,  whether thoy be culled tea, coffee, chocolate, broiuo or what not. If thesu live departments arc all perfect, tho groat ends ol  domestic cookery arc answered, so far aP  tho comfort and well being of life nro concerned. To bvgiiii then, the vory founda-  tioiLof a good table is bread. It should bo  light, sweet and tender. This matter of  =lightiiess,H4hoAVxiter^tells^iis,^is^.theJ7liS7_  tinctive lino between savage and civilized  bread. Tlie saviige mixes sini?:^ Hour and  water into balls of paste, whioh he throws  into boiling water, and which coinc out  solid, glutinous masses, of which his common saying is, "Man eat dis, ho no die,"  which a facetious traveler who was obliged  to subsist on it interpreted to mean, "Dii  no kill, nothing will."  Ouite Too Romantic.  "I say. is this here thenovel you ad-  rlsed me to read?" said the cabman to  :he librarian. "Yes," replied the librarian; "that's the one." "Well," said  the cabman, "you can just take It back.  There's nine people in the first four  chapters who hired cabs, and each of  em, when he got out, 'flung his purse  o the driver.' Now. when I want that  <ort of literature, 1*11 ��o to Jules Verne  j| and get it pure."  Wonldn't Alter His rii?t_j��,  A friend of- Arnold Bocklin relate  tbjktwlien that eminent artist was quite  ���* young man ho married a Roman girl.  *eautiful andiaccomplisli.1, but as poor  *s the young artist. Their daily meal  if ten consisted of a pot of' beans. Yet  tho artist would not sacrifice his ideals  for any sum of money. Ouo time he  painted a landscape for a wealthy Gcr  man .merchant, who, as tho prospective  owner of tho picturo, asked him toinuke  certain changes iu it. This tho bean eating painter refused to uo, though th*  price offered him for the altered pietun  vo* nearly !J 1,000.  A good many people still believe Lb.  tho littlo superstition about seeni;; a  pin and picking it up. It nnkus some  of them"decide>lly ancomfortablo when  they passu piu by, aud even if experience has taught them thnt there is  nothiug to be gained by scooping up the  pointed bit of wiro they still dive for  one whenever they see it.  An aged man was toddling across  Payne avenue at its junction with Wilson some timo ago when between tho  Utreet car rails at the very center of the  nnrve be noticed a pin. It was a bright  pin, and it caught his rather enfeebled  fazo at onco. Eeiug a superstitions old  gentleman, he determined to'secure that  pin. With considerable effort ho managed to bend over, when, just as his  tpombliug fingers closed upon it, with  a whoop and a roar a cable car came  swingiug around tho curve at lho usual  terrifying rate. Tho old man went one  way, his cano and glasses and hat went  tho othor. Tbey .rushed to him and  picked him up. Ho was badly bruised,  and the ambulance wits called. As they  wero lifting him into it somebody no  ticed something shining liotwefji hie  clinched fingers.  IH  vra��  the  pia  The largest and best assortment of fancy Rockers,  Centre Tables, Couches, China Cabinets, Ladies'  Secretarys, Carpets, Etc., to be found in any Furniture Store in the Kootenays.  C  FURNITURE DEALERS  AND     UNDERTAKERS,  ^^:%^97^��-^&^��^-^  nada Permanent  ortgage Corporation  Straight Mortgages at S per cent,  or Monthly Payment System  As we live we grow.    We add to   cur sto.ck  ���daily new.des'gns ofthe latest models from the  Millinery Fashion Centres.    It   will pay you  to look over our stock, which   i.s well  worthy  of your inspection for s'yle'and quality.  The largest assortment of. Children's Wear  in the city���Silk Shirred Hats and Ttques ���  and equal to the East in  prices.  pecia! Attention Given ib" Orders  MOTHER'S BREAD  is a   credit to  the  Baker as well as a satisfaction to the buyer.  This excellence is not a happening���it's a  regular thing.  Our proper combining of best materials by  the  best  methods  insures'satisfaction  ancl  f.  , ,5a, *  healthy benefit to the system.  Ward Street.  Cash Advanced on Conssgnrnants  Go to   the   Auction Mart for  Tents, Trunks, Boot, Rain  Coats, Furniture or General  Merchandise.  FOR FLOORS WE HAVE  the   best  thing  for  Store Eloors ; it keeps down the dust, and will not  ���soiitbent-ost--delicate^  have a lnrge stock of  OLD ENGLISH FLOOR WAX  for oi ed floors, also powered wax for DANCING FLOORS.     Ask for  the best.     We keep it.  "1  I  I  Corr.cr of Josephine aiid Baker Sts.  Nelson, B. C  VI  vervbod  When   you   are  indisposed   try   f  Cup of Tea  Merchant Tailor,  Tremorrt   Blk.    Baker   St;   Eas  JOY IN EVERY CUP.  3aker Street, Nelson.  l3  Auctioneers  Economist  Office.  Jnlalcst designs and Lest tjimlily  Corner Mill and Josephine  Sts.  K.   G.  JOY,   PROPRIETOR  Individual Instruction  Bookkeeping,  Shertl^nd,  Typewriting,  English, Etc-  For Kilos of tuition address,  \V. K, Uoavjxs, Business Malinger,  Nelson, li. O,


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