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Mt   ���>     /I      M   -  !      I  o  f ,  1111  lh(  tin  ��� ^  *i /..^ f  1     )  1  t   /  i ��  i\>  iH -#  <ft  ��� J        ���   "MF*  ^tO"V "^ I  __^ ^is*. ������  ^1|   V  XKLSON. B. C. WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY 19, t9o2.  NO. 32  <=S"-   ��� ,   ISIk  \io SON   ECONOMIST  is   issued   every  ^BIVKUSKSI'AV. SlIHSCRHTION :      $200     PER    AN*  CM;   IF PAID IN ADVASCK, $l.5<>.     COKRKSPOND"  ESCK    OF     C-KSKRAt      INTEREST      RESPECTFULLY  iSOl.IClTKl'.      OSI.Y  ARTICLES   OV   MERIT   WILL   BE  iht- 'in*- of which Cory Ryder was Finance   Minister,  than the aggregation now reigning in Victoria.  ^^ADVKRTISKP    IN   TIIKSK    COLUMNS,    AND    THK    IN  OF      KKADKRS      WUX      BE     CAREFULLY  aRijGl'AKPKl > AU.AINST    I RK KSI'ONSIM.K   PERSONS   AND  ^ Ji WORTH I.KSS ARTICLES.  ����IL Jtkrksts  W^0-MOKK*>\V   the Legislature of British  Coiuin-  ni.t wiil nu-et fur iheili.-ptttchof btirtine-H.   Just  i ,1( iht- sprech from the throi-c   will foreshadow   is  Jul vet knovM., hut it  is   mure than likely that   the  ;>mprehen,ive   policy    uf which we    have heard   so  ucn  for   tlie    past    couple   of    months    will,    be  nr.ulfi in nil its glory.      Ju*t n*iw it does not seem  hi any policy The  Dun.-muir   Government   would  inline i'ou!��l po-sibiy nave it from  destruction.-      It  jiif-i pns-uble   Mr   DuiiMiniir  would   be able to put  Lrwitnl som,-thing of ,1    meritorious   character,   but  10.>ne h is ;inv f.tiili in his Government, and   nothing he can -:iv   at the present time will   rehabilitate  inn in th��- rohti umjcc <>f the people.      Of   course  ail  ��yes are ����n Joseph Martin.      He ha* the fate   of the  m     Liovermneui to ;i certain   extent   in his   hand*,   and  F^i^ti��*t how le* \s\\\ use in-   pinver   remains   to be   seen.  ||&dlie has now a %ood excuse to throw off on Dunsmuir,  ^Ljthe vote in the Liberal convention comitting   him to  llll!lKirl.v lll|r>-      lt*   Mr-    Dunsmuir    succumbs to    the  359w'lcs of ti.e tempter and turns his Government   into  P����3an "iiut'X of the Ottawa Gov��.rniuent he will be com-  r~jl*lM tn .-aciiiic-- the support   ot   the  Conservatives  r:/v'1,iow i'�� liis ioihineu ami that woui-1 mean defeat the  ^:;:^tii.)iiK-nt the llot^e meets.      On the other hand if he  ^attempts i,, pa.iule his  own canoe wthout the aid of  <��� win he equally as   certain   to   fall.      Thf>  g^t men who 1��.ft him mst   .session   arc not   likely to   re-  ^rfSS hirn to hi- Mipport again.       The < 'olonist,   which   is  USB^ippoMul ((, voice (he   .-ent'tments ot Mr.   Dunsmuir,  fe$I,lilH '"'tMi dealing rather   harshly    with  Mr.    Martin  The Anglo-Japanese agreement may have some  effect on future British Columbia legislation wiih  regard to Japanese immigration. It is quite evident that British statesmen gave this view oHhecaee  pome attention, and it is not altogether certain that  some embarrassment may yet arise, notwithstanding  the " tavorahle expressions by leading colonial  'journals." However, a great advantage in the expansion of commerce will carry due weight with the  colonials.  Jl^Jig^        * '"*iih|;    I ill lit* I        IHIt*~lli> <> 1 *>*���     *��*������        ���---  ^iMiieethe Vane.mvei ('ouveniion, which induces  Oj **t*li��*f il,llL M,. Dimsinuir is not quite so sure of  ��"M Martin Nippon n> he was a.  couple    of months  Hes in the Colonist would    give one the im  ���0....-J I'lw^inn UlKl |h s,im|l. way   or   another   Mr.   Martin  ,:! Ini  es the  lime so sure oi   the  rlin Nippon n> he was a. couple   of months   ago.  j 'Hm   arm ' '     '  14 prohsi  ��  ��� ���   ��� t ' 1 ii ��..     *i><ty        wi        ��t. 1 j v ��� v 1��v;��.        ..-��-          j '",B "<>i l-<-|.i luiili wii.li Mr. Dunsmuir, which it nevei  pvitHioc,,,,.,,.,! |,.. wuul.l. In any event, tho days of  I ,l|<0)iiilr.|,H,u (;,,V(.,-,,,,���.,|,  nppt'iir   to bo  numbered  '! "ml ���������<' viol.tu! no conii.icnw in saying that  ( ,'1"1      ��'.-.i,n.��(.    .���...in.,    ton    noon     to     please  "!,l(u> "'���=��� j**.nt _v of ihn people of British  I   ;"'Um!>i.,.      N.. |��i-.,vinc.o liii->ov��r  li<"��n cuitwtd with  '; " '���"'<��� 11,. ;,|.ai,),. Ui.vermiu'iit, iukI" we do notexce  Toronto Saturday Night has the following sensible  articlr, which   tuiht be   read   with   piofit even   in  British Columbia : " So much stress  has been   laid  upon one particular phase of the  Canadian   climate  in literary and artintic productions,  that the   world  car. scarcely be blamed for obstinately holding to the  idea that the   Dominion is an ice-bound and   snow-  covered country during  the  greater   portion of   the  Vear      That   this   misconception    exists    and   is  appallingly widespread   is   admitted  and the harm  that ii has done in heading off the.ttdeof  unmigra-  tion   and capital   from   the   better half   of   North  America can never be computed.     Yet in the face of  ;ucha   condition,   Canadians   themselves   foolishly  persist in emphasizing what is really only an ...01-  Sental characteristic of   their   country as   its   chief  elorv and delist.     The winter carnival now  going  ^ at Quebec is a   casein   point.     The temporary  Tain of   a few   shop-keeepers,   hotel and   boarding-  Lu,e proprietors, is served   at   the expense of   tho  rmanent  interests  of  the   whole country      lhe  Lnival has been advertised   extensively,  with all  the usual pictorial display of frigid landscapes, cute  o toboirganing, snowshoeing, skiing, and other time-  t ored Ltures   that   make the   chills chase   one  other up and down one's backbone,even on paper  view   ofthe   fallacies ideas   that obtain   as   to  Canada, this   is surely   not good   businesB for   the  country *t large, and it is high lime it wat .topped.  8 me   years   ago  the   Department of the   Interior  i ,h�� verv proper policy of refusing to adver-  SCchH t - pubLLis containing articles and  vtow,   calculated   to   convey   the   idea    that    he;  Dominion is a land of ice palaces  and snow   drifts,  nhabited by people who wear blankets or bearskin,  LndZ abou* ���� snowshoes.    That policy is still nv  Zee ,0 far as the Government is concerned, and the  or is not to be   held   responsible   for the  official  Action and patronage  seemingly   bestowed on    ho  X   carnival     through    tho   presence   of     the  //-.AAt:  -'O   %  A     ^  ���a- ...  ��� ���.</iflt.rv*>*iM *WW--W  -^    ���. *     ~  r,-i  ** 1 % i  Vft-J  j0 4cf ^ v  E3-H :*'-���:  V["Z s&iA-  O'  "; -1  * *~ ��� - ' HHpr  %\    ���     h? .i -.   * "17^  t| �� 1-_'~J. ��Zl '  \i lili^ A   t  , J   * A. -,        15^  J  re  li; "JTC^ '*~'\    Z J  5-S"*  ��i  1  i.*>  V  I  t  *^:  S   p ���*  U- * r< .-���  J. f * ..  ! * !-���: "-  e?   ��� �����������  t.. ���  �����'���-..  ���.1.1  if*  .t;  n  1^  .�����. ),.  '�� 77  :��?.)'", iaw.iriiiiif-ii.r-in>irii^ii��i-iii.iiai:ui1  "���T-"*"��-1f"rtfT^irifirm'iiy"iiii  *<%���-^���s��*^.t-H^4_  , I * HA  o,  fcsj*  ir*!  t  '  'j\ *  'O  fl  5l  *  **w��.^��|W",Wl,���      *' '.  II,. '.    ,  ���  ft  V  THb NELSON ECONOMIST  Governor-General and    party, mnde   up  largely   of  titled    visitors   from    England.      Lord    and    Lady  Minto. a���d their friend,, it   appear,,   went down   to  the AncentCapital with an   ou.th of   blanket  coat,  and picturesque accessories   that  are   never *ven    in  Canada except on such    .���   occasion h8 ,he    present.  Ihey    could    n<H    be    content      to      reach      Quebec      by      ordinary     mean,,      but      mu,t      need,  cross   the    St.    Lawrence     in     canoe.-.    The    despatches   do     not    mention      war     paint,    feather,,  tomahawks, or scalping   knives,    but it would    surprise ,,., one to learn that these   had   figured   in 'the  outing.      And the worst of it ai! �� ,|lal photograph,  of the n.,re frigid feature,   of   these celebration, i, -  illustrated paper-;.      I think th��   ^..k _  *   �� ��� inniK tne  ,-oher sentiment   of  the Canadian people, outside of Quebec and Ottawa  is that such tomfoolery should stop."  1hkKK is something conflicting in the reports that  reacu ������� country from South Africa. One d,y it  ..announced that there are only a few'Boer* left in  tne held, and then ��e hear again, on su��-h good  authomv as the Ladysmith correspondent of "the  Lonuon Mw* that the Boer, in the field *re .ur-'  pn7,,giy numerous and well equipped, and that  ta- -.�� being reinforced by reoei, from Cape  Colony. * v  than   Lord Byron as U,e   greatm       ,  every one of   Lord    DunJm,a     '  ��'*>-or.   N��J  Senioe of a rare type, and he cametTP H^  abll,t>- a�� ��n orator and Btales.n����� " mi4~  from    hi*   forefathers.       wT" '"**��  DonVrin lent valuable n��rvi      8     '*  Carw l��-  . . ,   , aiua"ie service   to tho   v    .    t"  which he was never folio. -.��� JimPlr��1 f  ue>er luijy compensated. j  r-cke. The Montreal ,,���. cX flfif-1  P����*ngeW. nearly eight mi,,ion (nore VJ ^1  ��*ni quae a few more than the Nel J  ���        ^  Thk   constitution   of    the' fT���jfwi   Ql .    ,       -  \���^; ��� ��� united   bates forbid >i  American    citizens t��   went  nil*..   ^ u T"  #        * . ,l   vines    0! honor UaJ-'  foreign ruler*       \rtu>h* i        >*     ��� imh  is    ��***v.i?.      nrutie j   section 9 reail*��* u\   t-  i>o title of nohihtv mKuH n , , fr":'  q,   , '       V     ,U} *lut'1 b   granted bv the UnitaiF^ i  Sate        Andnoper,o���hol(!ing���I1V0ffice0fLi  onr-m under them shnH,  ������,���,������   lhe mJ{ M  be U,ngre��s, accept   of   ,���y    pfwn|    emol "  office or ml, of any kind' whatever from any Kk  I mice or foreign State."  test  Ukv. Foster McAmmo.vd, the pastor of Perth   o���t  wn.,H,:,u��ved.uob-���oU,r,rty    ,u connection with    a  v.-M    .obyracuBe   last    burner,   ha��   resigned    hi��  l-l��r:uefbe,���g ��,..,!���    lo    ^ ^ J J^  la.s ftuvtnturouB trip gave rise to.  Thk report that the rwent if.-ne ,.f postagestamp-  i* to be withdrawn In-cau.-e the- King's head to  the same way as did Quefn \wiori.V, b�� ta ���  denied in the House of Common, on behatf of tbe S5S  Government. Owing to t he length of the Vicloriu |  age. there is no precedent to follow as in thecweol p  coinage. HR  ft  m&  It is announced tbat the P   P   T?    .  -n  lnl,A   ,f    f.,    p      , j '   U'    Wl11  GreC^  ��     big  i.-ou j at iwat 1 tirl��ge. "  Thk Winnipeg City Council bus decided to accept |  Andrew Carnegie's off.-r of a Jrre library, without "  Hubmitting it to a  vote of the ratepayer*.  {Jl;     '( "        r   retUn'ed    t0   th"    L��������e   of  nn,hO���,u,u���a   from tbe   orange graves of    CI,-  '���-������--- he ha�� been d,sportH:g himself for       c  }>t-t    inonih or    ho        \Ve    iiMiv    rw���,  " ��o    may   now  exoect r    f*.,..  The February number of the J. W, Pepper PuM-'&  Munic llnymine i* fully up to it��$ high eundard.^  The muMic is excentionnl! v well nelected and arranged'H!   both vuciil and inwiruthen'tnl���,hj(1 the person who K  A���  Ham.lton   bartender   has been    fined |flu   f(>r  ���    n,c,ga,ette8toayouth.      He nhouhl h.v    J  - "t to g.iol without the option of a fine.  'WW  Thk announcement of the death of L ,r.l   I) ,.f  '*"i   week    was    received    with     pr> ��      ,"n"  ��m,ughout   tbe    Dominion of   Caia b        ���   ;'",",w  -Bt.ng any r,fl,cti.H, on any of onr      io,-      v V'Ul  ���� -y��ng that Lord Dufferin w.�� tbe    ZtT"'*  Covernor-Ceneral we   have    ever    bad      f <��� "'  Tbedeceaned atatOHman wflH .leHcen.led from ,1   ' "' ''  I'ire.    He wiih a great gran.lson of Ui,.|...r,i .<  ��l.erida��� who waH esteemed by no . ^    \ "V"^  j icrtH   an am ho* u y  ...    .,.,���,,,   ����1JV1   innti uuirjiifti Aim   IIJC pcicwt' "MV  kj^h;1  dt��e?�� not find foinetbin^ id it to oniine mUtft b very g^  J^rcl to please.      It opctn wiih u lullaby by George  A. XiehoiH, entitled M  My .Slt-epv One/' which is one  ofthe author'* very be.-t effort*.      " Tell Me Haw I  I-oved in Vain/r aiid    '* I Have   Lot* of Fun  That  You Dun V by \V\ II.    Petrie,    are well worthy of  thin well known coniporier'.s   higl.   reputation.   Tk��'���;  name-- ��,f Me^n*. Buck a-tui Geibel are a guanmteeol  the    uiiUHiui)    exeelleiiCH      of    their    BOng,    ��flnie(1  MiMHirifeippi    Mihh"���a      plantation   flong.    li 7  Lime Htrawberry Bif��iideiM by Harry Von   Tilxer,��  another   tint-    contribiitiou.      In   the  instrumental  pieeeh   we  nuiioe.    ,k Vh*  W.iy Celerttirtl," a Chi"��f  Cakewalk, by Ande Webb, a mont original  cooipo^'  ti"��,  ;    ���'  Vioietla    Waliz^s"    ,        "       ""a]nlM]  i T   ���'���n.'i.tii        ��f   ;j 1 i /,'���."*���, O V"        I'-'I ��� *J''h  " Queen of Heartn,"   Interiiuzzn,   by   Max  DreyM  and - a HirinK of rVarln/' Danc�� Characterii?lio,by  r...    ..    I- *   ff II ����� . ,1 1.1.. ....JLlllllflllCfi"  every  p��ano.      In addifion   to    the imitiie   the   publitf��ier  bavo    uddfd    22 pagon    of fine    muaical   Iit0rat!!1j��'  iiliiHtraie-l with   half-tone.^   of   flome of our  l^m  m$$,i'i  aim a Mnntf of JVarln/' Danc�� Uharac^n^-i-  Frank M��u,pell. ft in a thoroughly well-bahvnc��  number    ai o in   uoil    worthy of a   place on '<5  7*r~  :--^���-,/-<. .-v  ��� ��  xT-  P  " -i-B,,^ ���>   -   MfW- ��-*���*,-.    -J.-..  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  5l i SS. -J.  ��� j ,   -lle artiets.     21 complete pieces for the piano  foTon^. 11 im.trumental-25 cents.      For **le by  JDew6tlea^err'-  4  1 m. hft, been a vast improvement in t.usmew the  s few JavH. At the hotels there are a great number  flitor- i'li'fact the arrivals   are   more   numerous  Ltbey'have   been any   time for   the pa*t   year.  Jrerything points to a large increase in   trave-   the  oming (season.  * The Crow's Ne*t Coal monopoly i<< determined to  jtireall the merchants in Ferine out of busings.  n spite of its former pledgee the company ha- deeded to establish a store at the mine, which will  )ave the effect of depriving the Fernie merchants of  .he trade that should be theirs by right.  tained among the armies of officers and men, in the  umemitting vigilance and the precautions against  pog-uble disaster���these mighty hulls which cross the  Atlantic almost with the precision and accuracy of  the movements of a good chronometer.  In an emergency it may be all right to get married  in a pest bouse, as occurred at Valleyfield, Quebec,  the other day, but it is doubtful if such places will  ��ver acquire much popularity as matrimonial resorts.  3     '  I*  l All the British Columbia members have approved  ['"-Ihe appointment of Senator Templeman to the  ^vrJJibinet, and he will be nwurt. in at once. He will  p/i)e placed at the head of a department shortly.  1' T *^*5  The stories circulated some months ago as to  gold discoveries in the Cariboo,  seem to have  nothing more than misrepresentations circulated  the purpose of creating  a rush to the  Horsefly,  gentleman who has made a thorough investigation  the country, says the reports are being circulated  the interests of hoteikeepers and freighters.  for  of  io  ir<\  Smith Curtis, II. L.   A., left   Rossland last  Mon-  felay night (or Victoria.     Previous   to  his  departure  tI|Mr. Curtis expressed himself a* follows to a reporter  ^of the Rowland 3finer:^i ^huli take the same course  |ff|in the   bonne   that    1 huve previously taken.      Mr.  jK^Martin in September last having publicly announced  ||';|that he was in   entire   accord   with the   Dunsmuir  ^government,   I     shall     of     course     oppose     him.  pS$By     his     going      over      he      knifed     his      own  ^ffollovTinp     and     kept    in     power   ft     government  Si that in 20 month*,   can  *how no   single  progressive  p:|act, has increased the expenditure   nearly a  million  |Sf dollars annually   and   has   prevented   railway   con-  fejstruetion at a time when it would have revived good  fifels timea and furnished   employment to   thousands.      1  ^:;;:| think the. governor should insist on the two important  Jfe-J portfolios and the Victoria vacancy being  tilled,      I  JPS cannot understand why    our   constitutional    rights  |"- j have not been enforced before this time."  ! i .1  l:j     Thi nuR�� Celtic, one of the biggest leviathans ever  {'Ji litunched, m to be surpassed by a   still bigger vessel,  "���$ theCedric.      A least current   report  says   so.      Are  "|  HteaniBhipsa   furlong in    length to   be excelled   by  '} Titanic hulks more   than   an eighth of a mile   from  ;* *tem to stern and   proportionately   wide   and   deep?  What is to be the limit of  ambitious  shipbuilding?  ���'hu largest of   ships   now on   the  seas are   floating  cities, marvelous not only in sise, but in the cosmopolitan types of their occupants,  in the  diversity of  lh�� courtriea, tribes and raceo which are represented,  ,n the bewildering   array of   the   activities and    in-  duRtrinrt which are in progrea* while the voyages are  R. L. Richardson, the defeated candidate for  Liegar hae discovered that independence in politics  does not pay. The electors of Lisgar, like the  patriots of Victoria. B. C, prefer to have a man in  sympathy with the Government, bo that they can  participate in the spoils of office, rather than an independent, who has nothing to give. Yet ^many  men would rather be Richardson defeated and independent than Stewart elected and the tool of a corrupt party.  William Hamilton, the well known  manufacturer, died at Peterboro last week.  ���-A-.  Labor parties of British settlers are arriving at  Winnipeg daily.    THE Canadian Pacific Railway will issue return  tickets at sinBle lare February 20 and 21.p,od forre-  turn till February 24, for the Rossland Winter  Carnival.  Sib Wii*BiD Laws* aad R* L. Borden will attend the banquet of the Canadian Press Association  at Ottawa on February 28ih.  Main street property, ^\i0 ^^l^Tl  in Winnipeg, has been sold for $1,000 a foot to R J.  aokenzie, formerly of Toronto.  Hit. 8t>l*W  I    ,      '��  The woollen section of the Manufacture a   Association will instruct members of Parliament  m  the  extent of Canada's woollen manufactures by making  ��n whlbli in the  room  recently  set aparfor the  ;nanufacturer'B use in the Parliament  buildings at  Ottawa.  undo  mael  h)r way, in the complexity and  ingenuity of   the  Winery which   is   constantly   employed, in   the  "umbor and importance of  tho   department!-, of   ad-  mini��b\tionl in the efficiency of tho discipline main-  The Orange Grand Lodge is meeting in  day. Delegates from all over tho ������  went.  NoIbob tear�� pro-  r1        *.  *  \a^  ���T ~i ft "    "      i  'i Jll|��l��   ���  l~4$��lA  W.  %^4     i  fSI"  mm.i3.  \  . j  II      mi  I,  I      -   'm  **���  ���      "   ���  b  ���->"  ^t -o n***v*H-t*>* -4 -n r&f h A i i\\  .ft  71"  ��� .:-: 'tf7 [   f      .)��� a* \ i- :  .   i   r '   i    .  I 3     I  'I  I     I  'j..-#  :ji*irr !  r j of i  r    "      5    i  I     "J  1   -  *'  rO   JO  a.j Li  i   *  i  {JlV, j  *   *   *^l* *  IA   JfcJJ     J  z��-  i,E  *�����  HI  t   *    J  j o  o"  '.!  I.  \h  W*;.- -/iff  in-*-1  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ^0*NIGHT, at the Nelson Opera House, the East  Lynne Co., which has travel let! all through tbe  West this year, will lie been in the great emotional  drama, m-de famous bv Ada Grav. Between tbe  acta will be given specialties, and the performance i*s  said to be meritorious in every  respect.  The Auditorium Company, which made such a great  bit here esrly in December, will begin a week?* en-  gagemant at the Nelson Opera House, next Monday  night. Those who saw the company when it was  here before will be sure to patronize the performances  next week. Tnere will be several new people in tbe  cat-i.  . The story of the C3*clist who   found   over the   door  of a Cheshire church the cheerful text,   ** This is the  gate of Heaven,"    with    the    modifying    postscript,  " This door is closed in the winter months/* recalled  to the " Tablet"   another   incongruity   of a    rather  similar kind.      Cardinal Manning went   one  day to  his publishers   far a copy   of a   book    of his   own  "Confidence in God."    The order was shouted down  to tbe stockroom, whence   came   the   reply,   u Manning's 'Confidence in God' ail gone."     Trie Cirdinal  heard and smiled.      It happened   that   he waa   just  then in a very pessimistic mood, owing to the apathy,  as he thought it, of his clergy about an agitation (of  Mr. Steads's) with winch he sympathized   and   thev  did not.       Foe  Cardinal   took tin*   reply   as an    intended leggou, and he left Orchard street a wiser and  a happier man.  Ins   affiirmed that    no  nation is    increasing   so  rapidly in height  and   weight   :-.s the   British.      Io  hlty years the. average height has risen   from f,   feet  7.J  inches to 5 feet 8>|   inches.  King Leopold of Belgium haB been conmilted as to  the conduction of a road from Ostend to the French  frontier to he reserved exclusively for motor cm r racing.  Effort** are to be made in France to have the road  continued to Paris.  The following story jH   told    of Richard    Harding  Davis, who is said to have a very inflated idea of h,s  own importance.      One night bin private tab!,, in the  Waldorf   cafe   was   occupied   by two   distinguish,,!  looking strangers, whereat   ��� Dick" protested to    the  proprietor.      He had a friend   in   tow,    and   ,,ont,d  hiH righte.      The    proprietor   refuser!   to throw    the  Htrangerrt out, and our writer made   hold to   recju, -<  them to take another table.      AH   their   dinner    h.���i  not yei been nerved,  they   courteously   yielded,   ju.d  44 Dick" thanked   them   effusively.      Jt   occurred   to  him presently that something   more wiih   duet ho   j,..  walked over to their new seats and said ��� ��r   ,  men  you have been so kind that perhaps vou ,2  like to know who we are.      My friend h \f ��� q  So, ami I am   Mr.  Richard   Harding oVrt^  and-1  Tbe'  -.ranger- .miled.     One replied, h���wi���g ^^ j  Ami [..-rhaps you would like to know w{10 -       i  A French Canadian ba rber recently opened a Ao,  in Duluth, and the first thing he did waste write!  letter to his parents in Canada, enclosing oneofhir  husmes* card*. The printing was like this: " John  Jont*. barber, No. Wen ���street. Everything  clean       Fresh towel* to every customer.*'  The letter wan written in the French  1  anguage, aj  r-  that wa*   the only thing   the   old   folk * could read. I  In answering the letter, the barber'* little sister was I  called upon to addre*��   the   envelope.-    Wbile she  could    not read    English, she   printed, as best she |  could, the letter* otv the .card,  %nd   here is the way  ?*he did it:'-���  JOHN JONES,  Barber, No. ��� Wei*t���street,  Everything dram      Fresh towels to every customer.  Duluth, Minnesota, United States.  M.JIarntrd, tbe French sculptor, ha* jn^t completed, at Pari**, tbe model of a statue of Marshal  R*chami>f ao, to In* presented to the city of Washing*-  to i a?* a companion Co the atatue of Lafayette. Il  will be rentiv to r��end to the United States next April.  An EoL'-U-h inventor h������!*��� deviled a very in^eiioin  artificial )��.���,.: Mid foot intended for use in casfMf  amputation imlnw t!i���� ku^ joint. It h cotnpww  of a hollow ru--her <*hainber. which itf inflited in the  **ain��* way *- >\ir blc>ele tire. The skeleton ofthe  foot i4 of voo i ;tnd coMtiiiiH within it a rubber  fared jooit wnich prmi;-- >^ ��U ��Vrvn��nt-t like tho-*e  that take plac- at    the   ankle      A   pair of  rubber  pneumatic i��mU **orro-.nol the end of the ampul*  limb, Hoth.��t tio luiuo"   prenmire   ia  exerted on the  tl-<HUC.  An   ini'Hni..us    ohoiouraphor   recently   obtaine  automatical lv   i    i-lti��h   of    pictures   of a train  Hh oooiM-(-ed the abutter and meohAinf  nmtion  of tbe ap.aroMi. electrically to  the  railway b"�� in  roieh a wuyihii the   idrcuit   wan   completed  the  met*l";  wheel** oi th  r i, I ���>  (urcuit   wan  complete!  ��h th��y pit.^��d over  when the fro ��   n id punsed, the working c��{i  the r*hu t ter dr   oped .  I bv the  i  eed  ��"J  i. ���>  *"���  ')*m  I'm    C  I '  IKF  r  ,ady Our/ m, w.bi of tbe viceroy of Il,,,i;^l!j9flln.  troiluced a new perfunio into Bn^land, wluc t^  j .yiug an immense v*>i��uo Heiuningly !uJ<J,ll,!!0jngit.  r-carcitv and tbe difficulty tlmt exintH in obtain   ^...^Otul 10   ljUl/  A tiny v i  f  km  I ill O    4 0��:   U I I UlOi * \, y     i. ���#��.*��.- ������ --- i ,^y  i,I ��f   i ho purfiimo   wiih   premmtud ����   '  Curzon    by    a    wealthy    rajiih,   who   un ���   ^  44 Vicereine."    Although long known in the ei ���  tbtr 7^-^r*��� 7**-"- -  '    7 AS. r  <**��-  ~^r  **-" ,  d     -  _    . Hw-.  ��<7'"~~  ...re. ...minnH. i niTtr.<6n^Tfi  lllllll 11 I Tii  THt NBLSON ECONOMIST  s  J  U-J ir���   whole   gardens   of   roees for   the  iUr , ��l -i few <*r0Ps' a,ld is con!?eclue"ll>' H0  ,l1', "veii'a "^l rajah considered he was doing  *i *��iei. he promised Lady Curzon a Bmall  T Vthe-t��tr -very season. Lady Curzon has  i',;!!ll,| ���.'..., of ihe ,>reci��u�� perfume to the Queen,  *���!. ',;d io 1-e much --leaned with it.  ...,-i-nioii hut ��>een formed to locate the graves  ;r!n.ui-in-. who io.t their lives in South Africa and  ;;,uii��l.le memorial-over   them.      This   associa-  t \<   under   the   patronage   of   the    Governor-  ^ W^,uO the v.ce-pre.identsare the   lieutenant-  )wmot, ���I the variotu proviucea, bir Wilfrid  ���,r,,r 1 >nl Strathcona aud Hon. James K'��<*���  necui.miuee is at present in communication with  fcm.hurv anuioriiie* at Cape Town and with the  ^airmail of a like association in Johannesburg.  * -- Dr Mclennan has been appointed medical health  -'-4fli��r n. me place of Dr. La B.iu who lias Ueld tbat  *    "tlia; nereioiure.  pensive system than Marconi's will be U3ed to connect Cape Wrath and the northeast of Scotland with  Sales Skerry.  The climate of New Zealand is said to be one ofthe  best and healthiest in the world. Diseases from  marlaria are unknown. Snow seldom fails, even in  the lowlands, and it usually melts in a day. The  mildness of the winter allows cattle and horses to  remain in the fields, without shelter.  An " electric bath" has been introduced by Dr. A.  Phillips, of California.- A thick robe, with thick  wires running through the stuff, is donned and an  electric current sent through them. The warmth  soon produces the effect of a vapor bath, and  energetic rubbing with flannel aids it.  LP*  1 <��� f  --": Malinger Amiable has secured an engagement with  ��^Ul. Frederic Warde company for April 16 and 17, aud  :f^,irmi i^.ple will no doubt hall the event with  ^e.igiH. as it i.- rarely an opportunity is pre.sei.ted  ;V':Ho   warn-,   a    perl..ruiai c-e    hy such   a-   celebrated  SS-W-h;... ....   Mr. Wa.vle   in a ciiy   situated   as  is  V- * itfiStl.-uli.  W^���7-   ,��*.  f^Z   Dr. Arthur was   practically   unanimously   elected  &^to rq.o-,t-nt the medicalmen of   tne interior at   the  *'j?;'-s.Provincial Medic-al Council.  JS**''-..*  .-,*���,, Al'~- K-od Martin, agisted by K. Hanson, bari-  ?>)io��.t��:,i,n l-M^.ir U.ivUhs organist, will give an enter-  ^p-i toi-iuto, on ihe evening of March Gth, in the U��u-  r<!t greua. .i.i.;ii Chinch, under the auspices of the Ladies  [j     r.r��|.   f|i  ^i Ail  Hit i rhureh.  ears   ago   Lafayette  place   was   one of   the  o-omme. ���ii���i rxolusive   residential   districts  l1 i!   \   \  in"-     i,-          ...         in N-   V..ik,wnh ihe Colonnade hotel   as its most  con ( ,,   mi.,     aivliheeiurnl     feature.        Now that  i,   ,, ,i -trueiure is to disappear   to   make room  f"J  -(>r ��������.-o .,,**-* :,nd    ntlke  buildings    of modern type.  '-^'i*- ouihfi landmark of earlier   Now York fades  11'" v H-eiiM-ry.    They grow fewer and fewer, and in  ��.<:, t     Id   ,  ��� -���������#������  The deepest hole in the earth is said to be at bchla-  debacb.near Ketschau, Germany. It is f-73��>,^*  in depth and is for geological research only. lhe  drilling was begun in 1880, butOs now stopped  because the engineers are unable,with their present  implements to go any deeper.  >  The first woman who graduated as a ^ici^ ^  America was Elizabeth Blackwell,in 1849. T.hiee  j;! later there wer* .lx in PhiUdjIp ��j�� ����  there were 3,000 wom-n actors in the United States  and therear-e now something like6,000,*omeof wnom  have a very lucrative practice.  The ink plant grows in New Granada.     Its juice  .Jf.���- writing without any preparation.    At  a good black.  A good many formalities are necessary for the  women of Sumatra before they can lay aside the r  women   ol  o ..^omanhooJ.'     Imuaediat'ly  Iftr   r^td's  de tth the  disconsolate  widow  nltiff in front of the  door, and on this a  places a flag.tatl in remain�� untom  flag is raised     A- \W  �� t^^ fo marry, but with  by tbe wind eu,     t^ Jr ^^        ^^ ^  mourning  gal���� ueblu  offers of marriage.  i  i��i' p'iii  111)  "u tune will he as hard for  the antiquarian   to  di^uwr an a  needle in a pottle of hay.  Uare.MiiV >ysiem of wireless telegraphy is to^ be  UH(''1 i" the. lighthouses of Northern Scotland. The  ,lrsl "i-iallauon will be at Klannon Islands, sixteen  lui1^ ����utsnln the west coast of Lewis, and this will  h<-,x"��'<��eiy valuable, as tboso islands are the first  l;ln<l ^i^hied by vessels inbound from America, and  Uui r����tue hy the north of Scotland is becoming more  l,nl,u--tr Hum by the Kuglish  Channel.      A Iosh   ex-  i    .*aThf  Economist   goes   to  press, it is   an-  d   that  on   account    of   the   illness of  two  n0UI\ ihe company tbe Auditorium stock com-  H   the Nelson Opera House next week.  �����    1    Irvine  &   Company'*   annual    whitewear,  *r Jl    but sale   is still   on.     They have   a  ;:;:;;!:::,Xi','.ni��,.'-y - "*���*������ ��� chil"te�� *  dresses.  .+^t^(M*wrtiW^|!-i^��^U''i!;!��Arii'r."  ,.:.,.���fl -,..;���  .���ji. ���:r.!!ir��r j:'  .:������'?      ' 7    !' V*1, '   ' ,  .O   >.  f  "���"i^'"  ,,.,,;,rr  i    3>  f 'in  f- 7.   3u   .  f- t r i -  iBi ^r  it-  ilip-tl  &T  n,* tJ jk ^,  f31      .  iiK  !l::s  g.  ... r  _S--.>--  iswiVt  \f.. ���*--- =  d        ir.i.i  5-: :��." ���  a ^   ! -1-?..'. r"T  pi-*"ss*-r  r "C'i J" "S1*  '"--������'. (y.  JA&aS  :k-  ~\V* s**nfiittjs^3ttttjr^zz>j: rafa-Hjij- ,^:  B*aS**WSW��WWJ��tf^  .-Jf^JBArmw,  jhfaiani....f....Jn'i.in ri1|( ..y^,^, turttwrrujj���  ��*W����l��llltf*iM�����  irt( viVW "***��,  1 Jf    '  SI i'  Ji 5 j *f      t  7  J  I  ;  i  ������!  * ?  3f :  (I i  > i  >�� r  ���*/  .!  i I  �� ���<j&  i-O-Oh I" cried the marquise, in   a  shock in  whisper.    u Oh, host dare you, sirel    Hour  dare you !" and she quivered with   righteous ragout least it looked like righteous rage,  " I didn't," said the King.  11 You tried to," she insisted, quivering again.  ��* I meant," said the King, ''that   1   didn't dare -  not in my right   mind���it   was a   momentary  madness."  " Oh," said the marquise, coldly.  " You see," proceeded his Majesty, scowling   at   a  beribboned   officer    who   inadvertently  peeped   into  the retreat, '* you're���you're such an unapproachable  rsort of person, such a church portal  graystnnesaint,  you carry your nose���I mean your chin���so high in  the air f    Why, bless my pouI!    I'd as soon think of  going out in the sculpture gallery and trying to ki*s  the Pallas Athene or lhe Venus   di Milo���thai i", of  course, in a calm   frame of mind.      Just   now   that  cursed   music yonder   set   me  off���that and    other  things.      I've been wanting to kiss you for so   hong?  Come, now, you'll have to forgive  me.      After   a'J,"  he went on, querulously, ** what   the dev���what   in  the world's the   good of being   a   king if you    can't  ki.-s people? There's a rort of   inherent   right   to it.  Moreover, there are reasons in   this   particular   case  that���ihat you don't know anything   *tl>out."  The marquise sniffed and waved her big white fan.  Another beribboned officer peeped into the alcove  and Said 4% Oh !" and bteked out, while the King  made remarks under nis breath.  44 I can't see," ^airl the marquise,   presently, in   a  tone of plaintive refl etion,   ** 1 can't   see why   men  want to ���to do those���things."  44 Swear?" inquired the  King.  41 No," saitl   the   lady, shortly.  " Interrupt?" he ventured  " No."  44 Oh," said the King.  Th��-n, presently :    ,4 Do they all of them?"  ���'Ot course they    do,"   said    the  marquise,    with  some sharpness ; "all of them."  4* Shocking bounders J" murmured his Majesty,  44 Though why," she went on, pensively,   ** I can't  imagine."  *' Shall I tell you why?" he asked,   "lean give you  some very excellent reasons."  Tlie marquise ra^ed her big white fan once  u You needn't trouble," she said, haughtily.  *4 Oh, very well,   then,"   sighed   his   Majesty,   " I  won't."  The marquise closfdthe fan with a   snap.       *Yoti  needn't be   nasty about it," she said.  No more officers with beribboned breasts and  dragging sabres came to interrupt. The palms over-  bead swayed a little, the breath of roses stirred  abroad, the orchestra out in the ball-room began  to play something strange and Hungarian, M>me-  thing with a queer, breath-catching tempo, with  low, trembling chords.  4 What did yon mean, Sire," began the marquise,  after a long time, " what did you mean by Miying a  little while ago that there were���were reasons that  I didn't know anything about? What reasons can  there he?"  The King moved uneasily in his seat, and something came for a moment into nis lace, lining it,  making it haggard. Then he laughed and made a  little bow.  44 You ^re the moot beautiful  woman-in   Europe,"  i  more.  said he. 4< At least they all say so. Jan'uK , I  ��on enough ? Who wouldn't want to kiss O  beautiful woman in   Europe?" mem**  ������Tell me the reason, Sire," said the marquis  smiling. H ,te>  Something came again into the King's face R  bent over and laid hold of the end of the 2  white fan that the lady held and looked into U  eves���they were blue, purple, like Russian violT  i ne eyes closed for an instant.  44 A long time ago," said hie Majesty, softlr  4* years ago, before ever I was king, when 1 ^  only the younger brother of th�� Crown Princt i  spent a summer down south of Vienna, ioCampioii  I> i you know where Campania is, marquise?"  44 Yes," said the marquise, touching the flosers  her bosom and bending her face over them,"?&,  know where Campania is."  ���* I was visiting the Grand Duke," continued bit  Majesty ; 4t I went for some shooting, but���I fellib  love, marquise."  14 That," murmured the lady, her face low orer  the flowers, ���'that is no strange thing. Why, ereo  I have fallen in 1 ve���and you, Sire���-do you k&o?  what they call you over Europe? The royal low;  I have heard tales of you in Pans and in Vienna  and Baden. How many times have you fallen in  love, mon   Ed?"  ** Once,'' said the King, stroking the soft plumes  of the big white fan, ������ once, and il must last nie always. The Princess Adea had a music teacher���ao  Austrian, I believe���a poor devil who wrote opera*  that no one would publish or produce. Helivedin  the little town that sits by the Schlo-s gate*. ��r.d  he bad���he bad a daughter, marquee."  4' Oh/'eaid the lady, coldly, and tinned away her  face ; *4 a peasant-girl flirtation ? And what his  that to do with me, Sire?"  44 That," said the King," "comes later. Am Hiring  you?    They say," he went on. gently, 44 that ymi are  the most oeautifnl woman in Europe   Wdi y��u forgive me if I question it?   I think that hoiuewhere-  the   good Unci   kiiV^s    where���there  is   a  lovelier.  Yon are very cold  and   proud   and  re^al, and y<>  know your power.      She w"��e t��,ot   cold, lindane**  neither   proud   nor   regal.      She    knew neither n*  power    nor    Iwautv,   marquise,   for   she  was    ��|  voting, a child  almoM,   hut she   won all   tn����"> *  have to give, and   somewhere  she is   holding J    ^  day.   She   didn't    know who I    was, that 1 *ij^  prince;   sbe thought me only a   traveler.    >  to walk in the forest and sit by the little trout or  where tho fish play about and   jump for flies,  had eyes like���like   yours,    my lady, great  y  i^  eves, and she had hair that turned  to copper ���    ^  sunlight.     I used to coax ber into }��� *"\*  xrt>  the b\   '"mMi.       M  unrti  io umu  ner iiibu   in  f might watch it glitter.      And   she'd   ��..�� ~- 7    .  loveliest smile that ever was   lost fioni heaven* ����"  a high little nose  that turned up the very lea ��� ����  the world,    and    the curve   in her   cheek wa�� ��g  :*:    *    *    Ah, well, I lived at the  i��atan of  Parade  for six   weeks."  And  then ?" wild tho marqniBe, mmn'v   f   u*  all   over, v/obii t ��11  ��� - arqnieOpflharply.     fL  you   came    away,   and    it wau all   over, v/obii t  ���  You made her love you���she  vviib a child, you 8��J'  then you jo>t \eh her   to   her   lonelinofio a���� (1,CJ  lens nights   and ber agony of hopeless  pain.       ,  caught ber breath quickly,   and   the  Uowero^at   (  boaom nuivered sind hnuved.      ,e Ah. vou m^d  She  her  -���-n ���..-. ,r.���j,   and   tne  uuw^--  boaom quivered and heaved.      " Ah, you JW^3'    ^  cried.  " Every pretty girl ia eometbing to play ���-_:-=-��.  -.sir-   _ ju  ?!    _-       f  *   I V^>H^  ... .It** ��.. ��*H W.WWW.J.*.'".  -U.  THE Nb   -ON ECONOMIST  ,-,,,��� and lei*., isn't  .he?   Something   >���;  ���    h\ week for her eves or her nair,   and ���  - ScarrVm��***y   everything   ihatmaO-  ', O,    i.-vtluni'    that    mukei-   Min-in- ���  ������      ,,,i     >ire   at   tho    conquest* you v.-.   ,..  t!  miml   the   little girl   down   in    Cam,-  J.   J,,-, you prou.l to have Uken the   light om ..t  Bmthe Kins   rained his head, till -he saw hi-> f--  "'-���-J faltered   and slopped.    �� -'.A went  back, my lady." said he.    "  I her- *.-,���  ..  :'4df..l ^vn, about it, hut 1 b-IU-d ami *e.n    "��<���:.  -"���filiulp ?i-rrv   (or me,    woii'i y..u?���<*��.e    ����*" ��  '-'/-w    She and'her father had disappeared   utterly,  - (d I have never    beet, able to    trace them ; I   d..n i-  -- 'U where .-in- i-.      She may have   married   *���'��<*--  ' >���f rank, possibly for her extraordinary ��eauty,  "A ighe ti.HV be ���.-he maybe���dead."  >4rie m..r.i.-i.-e. raised the big white fan once more  " -.4,1 wiv,-d it h-fore her face. " But I, mon R��i/  ���T V(iu.--ii''��ed. " Your little love story is entertain-  'X-Ai though a bit pad, yet how do.-�� it touch me���  s^^liai v<��u irieo lo o��-r #  ��**����� You look like her. ' *aid the king, simply, lou  sS^igh.bfclu-r elder nnuerjyou've her eye* and her  Sir and tit-r mouth���when you don't emile .; 1 on  divert her-mile: your- in colder, prouder. But  iKou'velier   wav uf   wai'kin*    and   of carrying   your  *^-a*i     II  wanted   to���kiss   you and   pretend   I  ��� ix     ..,*..  ��^9     T#      Utr%��f    �����*!-  :-i shield of many quarteriugs engraved on it. She  U-��*-ed the locket over and over again, and held it  Hi uo-t her cheek. And after a time she slipped it  back in her hosoni and Pat very quietly waiting for  i he officer whom the King should send to her.  SHORT STORIES  r." "*-������������  One da\\ before the late Lord Russell was elevated  to ihe bench, he was sitting in court, when another  hnrris��er, leaning across the benches during a trial  for bigamv, whi6pered:"Russell, what's the extreme  penally for bigamy?" "Two mothers-in-law," ln-  Btanilv replied Russell.  Mark  Twain related in   a  recent address  that he  once set out to ride from Hartford to Boston on a bi-  cvcle, got tired of it afier five miles, and took an express   train.    "What time did you leave Hartford?  asked a friend in  Boston.    "Allout seven. WhaU  And do vou n.ean to say you've ridden all that way  on vour bicycle?" Enough of it "said Mark Twain,  glibly, "to prove thai  it could be done.  ^���Sea-i 1 ��� 1 wanted to��� Kl���� ytm am* p.^.v?  ��||��a* lining her apiin. Do you see? It ir-n*t  ^rrina.ia ii? It is very personal, but you eee���  ~S;!'* Hteu eix years now, with never a day that wasn t  Z0k\\ agonv of hop-less love, nor a night that wasn t  SlSiHif slee"}.lersne-s and half dreams of her, so that  3p&i>n vou come to us fr.on Paris a month ago, it  f��iira-Hlni(��-i Mr if ��he had come, though she was a  \-ft-**...,..;,. ..,-..i...-���. .1 i,.,r ,..wl   vim    th�� widow    of   a  T M Barriers story of how a telegraph editor, receiving a despatch that tne Zulus had.^en ����-.  braae," headed the ne-s -Capture of Umbrage by the  Zulu* �� has been paralleled by an editor inlhe West.  Sh iriiv Xr the anti-Semitic riots in Austria, a shock  ol e��^ ho^a^e wL felt in the vicinity of Vienna, and a  :ibt despatch put it tersely that there %*��%��$  micdisturbHofc^ near the capital. He headed tne  item, "Down With the Jews!  ���A~-r,-:i:-y��ar nuinin  fvr   11   Bin;     u��vi    **,<*.'�����.�����.,    -..-��� g,.-  t g   ,      ���orrihlft VYiarch Of the Irish V US-  g3i.u,ic -...dier-, daughter and  you   the widow    of   a l��� the course olOhe {er"',l*���JX men were much  ^..arMu,..      1 wanted t- take your  handa and   ho d     iUer8 from Dandee to La<^''^^      0ne man in  ^h,in ��t ,���v bn-.M and kioa your lipn/itiHt once,  the     fatigued, ow.np ���� ",��~��8   .-   walging in his sleep.  ��5*.     ,,...,..    ......    i. I ,r    forest   t.ath     particular .tumbled alonR ��. ��* ^f'^f uwhat coun-  An officer pawed.      bir,   *aid Mtcna   ,  try is thi, -eVe marchung over?    ^ j   �� Baid  ^S^���^^upsidedown and  we're walking over the legs of it!  it ,\,o horrors of war humorous situations  Among all the hororsoi in   South  often ocoour.    Ao ^^"J^   Lslishwoman  Wh^uk^ who wa"gengrosHed   by the charms o  of  high rank   wno t approaching the cot  amateur���"^"^^'^"Ld given especialatfention  of a Boldier to w h�� n.tne i       b and &  die found him - it '^^t.^" ;hich wae written:  of *��\T T'l       todr'Sipeckftillv, J- L."  ��4To ill to be nurseu to u��^. t  ;����>av I kis-��-d her the    last    time in our    forest    path  |||when I p;ive her the lit lie gold locket with the roy"l  r^arm-. ou u, and hhe wondered what the arms meant,  |��nd jimmied to wear the   locket   always.      I   think  :h woultl  lieip   me   ui   endure   things a   little   more  ksily.     rm ^i.nm to lie   married   to   the   Bavarian  I'riiKu-.ss m two months, marqui>e."  The 1h(1\h fare was   low  over the  orchids   at   her  ^J)re;ist Muun, and tlie orchid**   rose and fell.    Out in  j-a(th-.l)iillr..oin the orchestra was playing   "The River  '(���."������ J Of  LoV��'."  11 Wdi it h,.|p vou, mon Roi,H she asked, presently,  .       .        . " % l,t.-     1    ,l.:��lr      I        ttllllll.  |nt.j�� "iii   it   iM'i p  ynu, IIIIVII   IVM,      nnw- ��*--*��*"��  t    _   .' :  P."i''if i iei vou kiss me--once?    For 1 think I   shall.  I  6rr/Ji:ill> ii widow, Sue, and you are   bound   to  no   one  g:3>>t.     Ami 1 think 1 know of no love that is   greater  F:;;:j<>r sadder than yours.    See, it has, made me weep���a  f;2,,m*��     lor sympathy."  j i    She ion*  lo her ft.el< ixui\   t|i�� King rose with her.  L'J Jlin face was Hiran^ely   young   and  eager and  boy-  i'-'-'a ich.     'V\   . n ..o  i'A.   ..i.^^ifu   orwl ��i   ouee  jgj ;ll,,(^< a little iii hi*  SI li��r hp  ,     ^f ��� MMid'oisar " said Bismarck, on one  ������The value of a gooa cifcar, ^     u  ��� ����������� me-was Htriin^elv youiiK ano eager mn. -*v ������������.ion "it- best understood wnen * . nnn,hfir  -\^- Ti���.,ew��H a flush m��.l- cheeks and a queer �����'' ' "^ there is no chance of get ing another  I Mil ... hi, even.       Then   he took   her  hands -they     ^J     ral, r had only one cigar le t^nyk;  i w ,n,u, .. i..., , . , , .....  ���  u���. ...,ii   tr Hnftd     At Koni^u�������� ��norded   during the   natlie,  an ��  whl���hl   ���^[?JZ    l did   not feel  justified in  mimt d-��e9 T   linted In  glowing colors in my   ����.nd  U8lng       . hour when" should enjoy it after the vie-  ',}". ��..d..,,ver stop    loving the little   girl   in   w     ^"''ilut l��had   miscalculated   ��^V^an"JJh  b",J  !' i"11"'   She'd he happv il ��he    knew     happy!    Yes      tory.    ���� who   lay hopel-ee, with  ic  i.V'O.v,,,  llllIHl  ,,0,/Uen   you're   married    hut not     *erv��d        ^  munmuing   f7r/0"'r\h\* fa^Vw 'ol, 1T  ! 'l"i.;-, ..I,, ,������. qui���!, Ultm iJj.      (Jo, picas-,   so!" ��^     l,f ,   j , my pocket and l��u .1 I hi ��d ^^ ' f  VI,.,, ,���,   hid   ,.,���.  the   marquieeHHl for. long        ^ ���    ^woU,d   beo.no   use .��   .,n ���    B   J.J*J    *  l."��''����hh��r    h��nd��   covering    her hoaut.ful   face.      u�� (re��suved cignrl    I liM>    �� l" h     ���  ,A��'  'he o,v.hids rose and fell.     Then,   presently, nhe     1        ^       '     .   belww,H   his teeth.     \ ou ehull Id   n     e  ".ull��;'1 o thediamond   chain   that   panned over   her     an    ,> ��^ )W>B     alwfnl ���,���,���.      }"*���7"  : B|'";hl,,s llml   down   into   the   l.����om of her   gown,     ����e�� J'O J> > h aH thllt 0IIH 1 d,,d not nnolco  ,U111 ��l'��-w from her   bosom a   little Rold locket   with     ed a citai  anil bent over her and   kisBed  ..������� ���,-, mik:...       i ne face of the marquise was white.  ?|     "UlU v"1' love me now, please?" she heRged. *' 1  '���O whiii |m |���. ���|on���-     y,,,^ someone for me,   presently.  O ()ii, ami ,���.v,.,. ���t,M,    loving the little   pirl   in    Cam-  J1...V1 i     i ..    i. .    i      i.���.^>,v1    Yas  aav'V:  ,7/  *r*p��-������.,.���_   ii/:.  '���'���% A;/A.  iA$:-.V  ���A'.ih  Y.V  -U-- ���   '��7  ', '-AttA i::Air  "*k  1#.-..:   ....    .,    .....J||.... Ai      .   J  "t-'S-W, _#���<���*-  *���   **   j -  J ��� f ?  'i    I        "S  j J. ? o  o    * >   j  10  't :i  *7i  f^a  J  f,  A  IjO,  .* >  '14  En  Ol  pi  ���,i,w*-"*,!��"  *���!  ,'l '       .WI  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  (w.  Sloeati Darill.  The Two   Friends claim is   to  crown granted.  List year the export* totalled 6529 j  ions, from  14 properties.     Follow j  ing 18   a full   list of the   tliipmetiUs i  uring January the" Whitewater j thin year to date: j  "                                                       'Arlington ,  570'  Enterprise  .. (M)  Ottawa  7  Neepawa  20  ��hipped 607  tons of ore.  A deal is being worked up on the  Two Friends, eastern parties making the move.  Paul Hauck and   W. Harvey are  er  working the Fresco t,near Silverton,  under lease.  There is a strong possibility of ihe  Black Prince being bonded in a few  days io American capital.  It is given out that the Enterpri-e  &ST&TE OF FETIfi  F. giti��SO��i.  In  the   iiuitlor uf the e-��t��teof IVter  F.  Km*  or?u*nt   l��te  of  Ihe   (Ity of   Ncbu.��ii,  In   the  Province of British Columbia. d<reeu#ed,  Noliee   In hereby    given   jmrMtnitt   io   the !  ** Trustor* tout Kxeeutor?* Aet ** of the revt*H*4 {  &��ti*lute* of the Province t*f UriM*h  * ojumMa. '  W97. 16&J��. i����7. t*�� nil ered��tor> ami  others Imv- j  Mm claims* iitcnhtft the e*UOe of tin*  *��Ott   IV- ���  Utr F. Kuu-rwm. wImmIU'U ����n ornh-oul l ie 13th i  duy of l>ewmt>er. A. !"��,, P,��.��l. Jo *end  by   puwt *  .��,    ���       ��i     .1     -     # . u^      .   .,.      nret����td  or delivered  to Me**- r>��  Giilliber & -  will double their force on the   con- j \vuVon.of ih^hinivor >eU,..t>. Solicitor* ���  for Frank Fletcher, the  itdnOiiUtmlor of tin*;  l*er*otu��l   rt*t��te  aud   efTeet*  of   the MsnUt  de-  eeuaed. or to the��4iid   Frank   Fh-teher, ofthe  We ttri, ��m*rlit|f ��t lowest nrtr..T7^  |M>IIIlf! ,.     .       ���       J  t  4"ltV of Ni*li��ott. Ill the Province of British c,*ol��  uinhlrt.   their  t'hrWtiun   inol   nunwn��-'��. a��l- t  dr��'���****�����-'. t!*^cri|��tl*'tj** und  full  |>t*rtu'Uh��r* of  tiivir cljiltnio. KUtii'inrHi of thrtr tiCntHiut* Hti��i ;  the   tuiturv   of the  MM-urlty, If any,  h^ht  !���>  .  th<-m  on or h-i'for** tht* rtr<*t  tiny of Murvh, A.  And   further tako  noftr-i*.   tlmt afl��*r Mtrh i  will pro-rtHHl todiwtrlhnu* th��* a^-^^tA of th��.' d**- *  oti--H*d to the j*sirti��,i* vntilled therrl*>, h.��vO-isr |  rt*sWnl only u> Ihv elnlti.,*. ��>f whh'ti iu* ��h:w0 |  then hi��v��* nolle*-. Th��* M��id udmig*l��trotor ���  will not bt4 lUihh<> for thr wild �������,**���!���� or ����y f  jsjirt t!u'*re<j��f. Umny iwriuin or |>*?r����.��n*'"��f wh**����* I  cltilm�� noilcr r��h��il n<*t li*vt�� i****n r?H>'1vtHl hy !  him at thtr tlmt* of ��tich distribution, "   |  HoUcltofw for Fmnk  Fh'tc'lier, AduO-nl��tnvtor |  for IVtrr F. Knu'Wdi. d��*Hc**>i-��*'*!. |  iJwtid ihi�� 12th day of Frbntwry, A. K l^et     I  Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 182.  &&ESI   STig��T8   SEUOlj  issss  fersrs  US  EST^TS OF SSPtSH  S.  C^EftS0��. ]  Inthi- iimitrrofth*. ^tm.? of H4,rnh K Fn��.  ym.n. U��u: of ultt ,Uv ,��� S**imm in ihV  iWinw *>f iirltiMh rofumbii.. ��bw-JS  I ru��t4��r)i and KXkmiiow A. 1 '  of lh<. r��*vi^d  i^y.. I a|��. l.H��-. tonil omlltor*.   and   mhrrw hrtv  Vancouver and kelson  esicen street, tfgisori, e. e ||  centrator and keep it running night  and day.  A hoisting plant is to be installed  as soon ftS possible on the Speculator. Sinking will bt; resumed on  the No. 1 shaft.  There are clot-e to 200 men per-  uianeuily ertjployed in the canip���di-  vided among the .Transfer, Arlington, Speculator, Entt rprire, Neepa-  w*i and iron Horse.  Gna.-% A. Saudiford, manager 01  th��~ Neepawa^ suites that from now  1 *n ne rxpects the propeity **o ship  a i-arloaJ of ore each vverk, �� r iui��-  nin^ to the 100-ton record per  iijon'h.  Wore ore will he shipped tr.��m  Te    M.h- uiiH v��-ar than ai.v reiiHui  \\.�� r\t-%\'n\* Hk'iOn��t ih���� ������fdno.* ����f iln*   ����|r.|   *��ui   i  n��b K. Fuier*."!), whr�� dJi*��,I *��n or iib'.til ihv llih  tiny of |h*tM*iiib��*r. A.. t��.   lS��.d. to mnil by i��--*t I  wtirv-m,    of     I ho     *i��ld     City     of     ,V�� Uon, j  1 . it-, hi-tory.     lingular  shitirnents  .hoImtUoik   u*r    Frunk    Fiifrfor.    tin*   ��d ,, B  w il �����- ni.ide hv the  Uie Entert rie  or tbi^id dft-^Htni. or to t\m ...in  Fnuik   \r*onff!   I Iflfi fll fflo PUIIw F  1 Fl* >u h-r. ofth'ilty ofNH.vifi, Io. th��- f*rovin��v :^UGs8Jw    I.II1U   UI   lliu  ������ r  and   NeeoaWa and   later  oil  the Iron    of Hrlt��*lH olnmbm. tU* Ir ��'hriMti��n  und -ur- I K  !iiOn��'.wt. uddr*o����*7��, df��.i'rt|>tb��!i**  atul   full  ��*��r-  Hoi 8''  Wl.l  join   ill   the lint. tlrfUlnr** of t !>** t r ���'Inlm*. Htaonoi.t ����f tbi.dr 11C'  .iHtnt*<,    urj.l   ih"   ��>;*;tjr��   ����j   tb->  **..'etirOy,    f  To*:     t������afd    of      trustees    of      the   �������>. 1����-1��I by lh��'m. <��n or b< r<��n' th����  dr��t   ihiy  . ol Murvh. A. l>- VAK  Ailirrtcan   BoV    Milling    Co.  has tor-        Vnd further taki- not����.��������. ihulaft. r mui-Ii hoo  " . in<*ntlorit'd (b��t��*  thi�� f��-Od i��drnlt>b*iriitor  will  gUMZeO   by electing W . 1)    vVri��hler,    \>r*u-*,nl troiHtrtbniclh' iiwUiifUu'ilcmit-'d  % "    . , fo llw jMiribr-* ��"i��Mtl��'<l   th-Ti'lo, huvi n�� r��-^i��rd  of Spokane,    aH  prt-Sldei't;    'Ihomas    ��",v Oi fin* rlalm��of whb-li h'^lmll linn lmv��>  nollrr.     fb��* *n\<l >olntIiio*tfiitiT   wl'l   not   hi*  McGnijhii, Sandon, vice president;   iintdrfor n��.�� num uw.-b ��.r any tMrt iinr.of,  M. C Dunne. Spokane, treasurer; W   ti<��"diuii not imv imvh n-rnvni by him at  . , thr titiH'of Hiiuh iIIhI rlbtiMon,  0. Jones, Spokane, secretary, ��j w.mumc .* Wfrnov.  * Siolb'ltorw for  Frnnlt   FlefHi* r, ArltiiJnlHf n��lor  For  tr^firw!  lin.p in   iw.(. V'Piiru tL��        for Hum hK   Km^rMon. d<r����nM<Ml,  i^or ir.tnrst ume in iwo^earHine;    UrtUMithiHrjihiiuym p.-bruury. a. l>.  Neepawa, on Ten Mile, ban made a;  shipment.    Ii consisted   of 20 tons  and wiih sent to Trail     The Neepa-  wa will he  a regular shipper in fu-j  tore, and it makes the fourth prop-'  perty in lhe camp to figure   in 111 ih j  year's list.    From the Arlington 70  tons were sent out, makintr \)() tonn  iu all   for the   division   ihis   week.!  Two   teams only   are now   hauling  from   the Arlington, as the aim is to,  keep up a steady average output.     |  For lWld   the exports   from   this '  division   amounted   to   2H17   tons,  made    up    from    ten     properties.  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