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Development work on the Minnehaha and Hercules claims near Danville, Wash., not far from Grand Forks,  is in progress. Seventeen men are  employed. -  It is said that the Combination, a  well known high grade claim near the  Elkhorn, will be worked before long', it  "having been under inspection by sev-  <eral parties of late.  It is said that there is still from four  to six feet of snow in Franklin camp  ���so much that Tho**. Newby and  others had to postpone sonic development work after proceeding thither.  The li. C. Copper Co., Ltd., has  taken a bond for' ?20,000 on the  Rhoderick Dim claim, one of the high  grade properties Long Lake camp,  that is owned by Greenwood and  Phoenix men.  Tn the Providence the main shaft is  now down 325 feetand the drifting is in  splendid ore. Now that a lot of dead  work has been done in this property.it  is confidently anticipated that the payment of dividends will soon be resumed  again.  As far as heard from, nothing new  has transpired this week in connection  with tlie merger of the Montreal and  Boston Copper Co.-and the Brooklyn  group in this camp. Those in a position to know, however,' believe that  even if the present deal should not go  through, the building of the Great  Northern to Phoenix, now assured,  will result in the active operation of  the Brooklyn group of mines.  JTruit vjr  rowing  The pamphlet recently issued by the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company  for the information of fruit-growers,  farmers, stockmen, etc., contains  much that sliould interest the. residents of Kootenay district. Among  other letters contributed to the p un-  phlet are two on the fruit-growing  possibilities of Kootenay district���one  from T. G. Procter and the other from  James Johnstone.  Mr. Procter has had considerable experience in fruit-growing, and gives it,  as; hi3 opinion that "small' fruits  .(strawberries especially) apples, plums  - and pears can be successfully and pro-  Jitably .raised."  Mr. Johnstone has had an experience extending over many years in  ���Canada, Great Britain and tbe United  States, and here is his letter to Mr. II.  Bird, district land agent of the U. P. It.  " "at Nelson-:-; T      \~*    AA~  "Dear    Sib,���With    reference   to  your request that I should stale my  ' experience and give my opinion of the  advantages of   fruit-growing   in   the  Kootenay Lake district, I may say that  I consider the conditions here the most  perfect for fruit-culture on  the continent.    I have beeu  interested in fruitgrowing ia various parts of   Cauada  aud the United States during the past  20 years and until coming to Nelson in  19011 had found  the climate of the  Alleghany Mountains of   West  Virginia the most suitable for the best production of small fruits.    The shores of  Lake Ontario and Lake Erie aud the  valley of the St.  Lawrence from Lake  Ontario to Montreal I considered the  best for the production of apples and  the shore of Lake Ontario from Niagara to Toronto I believed to be the finest'peach section in America.    Fruitgrowing in the Kootenays is in Its infancy, as mining was the first attraction,   Within the past two years, however, we have shown that we can produce as fine apples here as in any part  of Ontario or   the Northern States.  Peaches are also grown here to perfection and I feel quite confident in asserting that the quality of small fruits produced, such a3 rasps, currants, gooseberries, strawberries and black currants  is superior to any produced elsewhere  on this continent.     In fact the Southern States, such as Virginia, Tennessee  and Gcorsia will not compare with this  section i a the prod uctiou of these frui ts.  double that of anything I ever saw or  succeeded in producing during a ten  years' experience in these States. One  average gooseberry bush in my Nelson  erarden bears finer fruit and as much of  it as six of my best bushes did in West.  Virginia and my West Virginia garden  excelled in the production of gooseberries for that country. I find I can  grow such vegetables as sweet corn and  tomatoes just as well as I could in Virginia. Potatoes'we grow to perfection  and the Champion of England and Ne  Plus Ultra peas reach a height of eight  feet iu my garden. I have not found  irrigation necessary and this adds  much to the superior quality of all our  fruit. From a commercial standpoint  the Kootenay Lake fruit grower has a  great natural advantage. The prosperous mining towns in his midst give  him a good-local market andhis-isthc  nearest fruit district to the North-West  Territories and Manitoba where the  finest grain is produced bat where fruit  cannot be grown to advantage. The  transportation companies are willing  to assist the Fruit Growers' Association  at all times to pjace the fruit in the  consumers' hands in the best possible  ;.) ������ ���   ��� ��� ���"������.���        ,���:������"!  condition. The fruit-grower will find  here an ideal home. The climate as  you know is perfect, the soil very rich  and productive and the market the  best. He will be surrounded by beautiful scenery and tho, shooting and fishing the best to be found anywhere. I  have no lund for sale or other axe to  grind, but simply state facts as I have  found them. During my professional  career as a Eailway Construction: Engineer "aud Mine Manager I haVe had  occassions to live in many sections of  tbis continent and travelled many  times from the Atlantic to the Pacific  and from Florida to the far North.  Whether. I have been in Europe or  America I have always had my garden  and fruit-growing has always been my  hobby, but nowhere in my experience  have I had such splendid results as in  my garden and orchard in Nelson.  After leaving my Scotch University  and before I had seen British Columbia  [visited Great Britain twelve times  and was always soiry to leave her  shores and thought my native land the  best place to live in when surrounded  by wealth and connection. I still enjoy a pleasant visit there, but British  Columbia will in future be my home in  The quality and size' here is far superior and the .yield per acre is at least J poverty or in wealth.''  EVENTS  Next Thursday the ratepayers of the city will be  asked-to vote on a by law, granting $5,000 to J. P.  McGoldrick, asa bonus .to a saw-mill proposed���to be  erected at One-Mile Point, ���with a capacity of one  thousand feet of lumber per day. In discussing this  project th*re are many important matters to be. considered. Nelson is already the centre of the great  mining industry of the Kootenays, and it is also the  universally recognized wholesale centre of the interior. It is written that mancannot live by -bread  and it is equally true that Nelson cannot prosper by  mining alone.  Mining will not support a large population, and it  remains to a great extent with the citizens themselves whether Nelson shall remain a small city, dependent altogether on the mining camps, or become  more ambitious and establish here a diversity of industries, each one of which will contribute towards  the upbuilding of a large and prosperous industrial  centre. We have ..already here quite a number of  small industries, all,of which distribute more or less  ready money amongst the merchants aud tradesmen.  It has been demonstrated that certain enterprises can  be conducted profitably here, and it-is the duty of  every citizen who has the future of Nelson at heart,  to encourage in every legitimate way our home industries. The dollar spent on any article mauufacr  tured at home remains in the city.  The saw-mill .which Mr. McGoldrick proposes to  erect in Nelson is a more pretentious enterprise than;  anything yet undertaken in the city. The" iniil "will  cost at least $250,000, most of which will be distributed in Nelson for building material and amongst  carpenters, etc. It will be thus seen that even the  preliminary expenditure will mean considerable to  Nelson���some profess to believe commensurate with  the amount ofthe bonus asked.  GOSSIP  Tiik Economist heartily endorses the following  from the Poplar Nugget: " Nelson is to have another  daily paper���a Liberal daily. The News has filled  all the requirements of the daily newspaper field for  the mining districts of the interior. It furnishes news  a couple of days earlier than the outside papers. It  has become one of the necessities among the towns  aud mining camps in which it circulates. It has not  been aggressively partisan, so hasas many friends  among Conservatives as Liberals. The field is not  large enough for two dailies, and an opposition that  would impair the present excellence of the News cannot reasonably expect the approval or patronage of the  public without giving a much better service. This  could not be done without backing from some corporation with designs on the public treasury. So the case  stands : With two papers in the field, the new one, if  honest, must be inferior to the old ; if backed by a  corporation, it will be run for the purpose of robbing  the public through the candidate or party which it  supports. In either case another daily would be a  very undesirable acquisition to Nelson or the country  of which it is the commercial center. If Mr. Jacksor*.,  has an inspiration���financial or otherwise���to moulu  public opinion, why not do it from Rossland ? There  is a good field, though limited, for a daily paper  there."  ales of the   X own  '-��-.       -W jr-lrf-"-.  Mr. and Mrs. George Brickell, a young couple of  Toronto, have planned a novel three years' tour of the  continent and started oiutheir journey last Monday.  The itinerary includes visits to Winnipeg, Vancouver,  San Francisco, the southern states and home again  via the Atlantic coast states. It is necessarily at this  period somewhat indefinite. The}' have secured a  a combined cafe car, parlor car and sleeper, all rolled  into one, and will be independent of railroad corporations. The trip will be made in an improved brand  of prairie schooner drawn by a couple of sturdy  horses.  But this will Be only a small benefit compared  with what is to follow. There will be employed in  the operation of the mill during the year 75 to roo  men, with a payroll of at least $7,coo per month,  nearly every cent of which will find its way to the  tills of the business  men of Nelson     A permanent  payroll is a necessity of our present situation. Without it business here can never be established on  a secure foundation.  -The Economist is well aware that there are many  who believe it is unwise to bonus this or any like concern, and who are willing to take their chances on  the industry being established here without any  concession. It is just possible that such a thing  might happen, but is it wise to take the risk? Several Eastern Canadian towns in their day took a like  risk, with tbe result tbat they lost forever big industrial concerns that would have been worth iu any one  year of their operation twice the concession asked  by the promoter. In this connection, it might also  be stated that the towns and cities in the East which  continue prosperous are those those that moved heaven and earth to establish big manufacturing concerns  in their midst.  The presence in Ashcroft, last week, of   William  Welsh recalls the early days of Quesnel Forks, Antler  and Williams Creek.    lie was with the first party that  mined at the Forks, aud went with it to Antler and  Williams Creek.    He was owner of a quarter interest  in the Chipps  claim on the last named   creek. N_ot_  until 1870 did he leave Cariboo and he has since  mined in Cassiar and Kootenay. He is living on a  ranch neat I.ytton. Speaking of the gold dredges  operating at Lyttou he is sanguine they will do well.  Hill's bar, he says, paid $300 a day to a single rocker  for two successive seasons, and he believes the Fraser  has many such bars that the dredges wilL-find. It is  rumored in Xytton that the Fraser River Gold Dredging Company will put on four more dredges, so well  satisfied are they with the results obtained.  However, this is a matter for the mature deliberation of the ratepayers themselves. If they seriously  believe that Nelson will continue to grow without  any effort or sacrifice on the part of the citizens  themselves, they can manifest that belief best by voting against the by-law. If they believe that $5,000  is too much money to pay for an industry that will  distribute every month nearly twice that amount  amongst the citizens, of course they should not overlook this opportunity of expressing themselves, and  incidentally advertising to the outside world that the  citizens of Nelson onlj' want that which they can get  J for nothing.  Mr. A. S. Farwell has returned from an extended  visit to the coast. In the course of his trip, he noted  tbat there is a marked improvement iu business everywhere throughout the interior. . At Revelstoke particularly there is every evidence of industrial activity.  All indications point to a prosperous year in the  Kootenays. . ������    .  Crooks generally have a decidedly  healthy fear of the Nelson police.  When a vagrant strikes the town he is  spotted at once and warned to move on  at his earliest convenience. In this  way the city has been kept comparatively free of seriou,-- offenses against  tbe law. But sometimes 11 vagabond  manages to elude the vigilance of the  police and succeeds in making a nuisance of himself before he is discovered.  One of those rascals, the other evening,  on an unfrequented street, insulted a  young married woman and insisted on  accompanying her home. It was well  for him he did not, for hei husband,  who is something of au athlete, would  have given the intruder a very warm  reception, and indeed he was so anxious to cultivate the acquaintance of  the offender that when informed of the  incident that he started in pursuit with  the hope of being able to teach him  a few lessons in etiquette.  After two adjournments, the case of  John Houston, charged by John Elliot,  with criminal libel, was gone into before Police Magistrate Crease yesterday. B. M. Macdonald acted for Mr.  Elliot and P. E. Wilson for defendant.  Witnesses were called to prove publication, and then Mr. Elliot explained  certain transactions between the city  solicitor and the city in 1808-99, showing how certain moneys came into his  hands. Mr. Houston contended that  he was justified in publishing the article. The magistrate committed the  accused to stand hia trial at the Fall  Assizes, the bail being placed at SG00���  accused and John "A. Irving going on  the bond. As the case is now sub  jtulice, cbmmentas to its merrits would  be highly improper.  j inained away from homeall niglit.and.  j she was forced to seek other companionship ; and now that she hn's found   a substitute in die green table for hi**":;-A^I  company she cares very little when he,"'- 1|||  gets home.   She says fhat the-women  Kconojiist is not going to actasarbi%~ A-S?  tratorin this matter, and only refers'���*A'-,A;}\  again to the subject to emphasize, its" Z^M  allegation that there are women-.in<#f.%l  Nelson who frequent the'caret' table^%i$|||  and play for money. ; This'.would ap-:#||^P  erne for"the';city?A*��&*"3  who play in Nelson do not to any ex-' -;bili?|  tent indulge  in   strong drink.   Tiik'^^1  pear to be a fitting theme  clergy.  arMfc,.  i-l . .^-hCJ." 1  ,  ���-;',.,;*&��� I  , ..',>.,!W|  ^ tvti.j'. 1  zA-'dPn  1 "~f?. "-"nt* 1  _,,. ~j>4*>i  -.  .   '-i. '. i7t\  - fr'X.ll  " A Guilty Woman " writes The  Economist on tbe subject of women  gambling, aud attempts to make out a  good case, according to her own idea,  l'or the Nelson women who are alleged  to play cardd for small stakes. This  correspondent (her letter cannot be  printed in full because she did not send  in her name) says she can see no good  reason-why women-should not-engttge  in card-playing just as well as the men.  She avers that she was first led to participate in the excitement of card-  playing because the game appeared to  be so seductive that her husband re-  Many reasons are advanced for the  defeat of the Nelson lacrosse team by  the New Westminster aggregation at  Kaslo,  but   the most   frequently ex- -'7/AA^.  pressed one is that the local men wer'e:. A ;V;H"?;  not so well trained and did not display    '*"���'��'^  as good tactics on the field as their op-'  ponents.    Nelson  has many men as -'  good individually as the New Westminster men, but collectively they are  inferior.    It has been   suggested by'a ���'-���  lacrosse expert, (a New Westminster  man by ibe way.) that Nelson men-  make the mistake of ruuning too much,  forgptting that the ball   can always '������  travel faster than the player, and not  so likely to give out either.   This hint-  is given for what it is worth, but there" ";  is a suspicion also that there.is some'-  truth in it. A   - \\  A-\-S.i��-  ~yZ'rJr��l  ��� -��v?p*l  ::;m  , Z>$M  '".'JS'O  The Rosslanders  do hot appear to  have fairly treated the Nelson  Inter���-  mediate lacrosse team that went over  to that  city to play the seniors on tbe  2alth.    The Rossland World hints tha t  tlie Nelson boys were given the worst  of it, and rightly says that such conduct has a bad effect on amatuer sport.'.  However, the Nelson boys showed con-"  siderable    nerve   in   facing  a  senior  team, and it is  no disgrace to them  that they  were beaten G to 2.    They .  will try it again.  ,?Wa,  a isr-3|l  ZyM\  yjsm  ���;.   r'&&*a  < .'a   .*L^~I  -. <IV  .'Tift  Those who delight in beautiful  grounds should visit the garden of J.  A.-KelljYof-Eairview. ���M r.-Kel!y-has =  a fine collection of fruit trees and smull  fruits, besides a splendid display of  flowers, all artistically arranged. He  bas demonstrated the fruit-growing  qualities of lTuirview soil.  - zAM  ."' "Z^fi-i  ' ��� Z,'A-\  'A.ZiLkii  L  P,  ocal and  X rovincial  The Department of Mines has issued its annual report. It covers nearly 300 pages and is a faithful resume of what has been done in mining in British Columbia during the year ending December 31, 1903.  The report for the Nelson district was prepared by  Gold Commissioner Renwick, which is sufficient  evidence that it is well written and the information  accurate and comprehensive,  Frank McFarland, formerly of Nelson, ^but now a  resident of Vancouver, is in the city. Frank is traveling for a crockery house, and Jiis friends in Nelson  will be pleased to learn that he is prospering.  Although no official an noun cement  has yet been made regarding the  matter, it is understood that the street  cars will start running again on or  about June 4th.  Victoria clergymen now pray for the  members of the press. In Nelson the  newspaper workers are so incorrigible  that the prayers of the righteous would  avail them little.  Viii.ct uvt-r is mi up-to-dale (hy. It  latest evidence of progress is the organization of a ladies' lacrof-se team.  Hero is a pointer for Nelson women.  It will not do for the women ofthe  Kootenay metropolis to take a back  seat.  Alex Lucas, mining recorder for  Kaslo district, was in the city yester-  daj-, in uttei'f'fin^c on the court in the  Lucky Jack case. Mr. Lucas reports  the mining outlook for his district as  promising.  "Maloney's Wedding" is booked for  the Nelson Opera House for the even-  iug^of June 2nd. Tbis is said to be an  irrepressibly funny Irish comedy.  "Keep an Eye on Hubby" has the date  of June 20th.  When the 21 ten-ton steel ore cars,  recently purchased by the Granby  mines, are placed in use after changing guage of tracks, etc,, they will do  duty in the No. 2 tunnel. If they are  loaded and dumped once daily, the  amount will equal the normal tonnage  output. *-  There is a movement on foot to abandon the usual Dominion Day celebration and instead unite in making the  Industrial Fair a pronounced success.  The movers in this matter contend  that the success of the fair is of far  more importance to the residents of  Nelson than the celebration of the boll-  day. t  A,  'A*'  I  It?  if,  il,'  I  1  :��; -  s;'-o7 .���  ^A  5'V,;,   ���  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  The Economist  Published every Saturday afternoon at  VmiJfOJ* STliEET, Numon, IJ. C.  $1.00 Per Year in Advance  Advertising rates made known on nppllcu-  t/iOB."  All changes in iidve.'llsc.vuMitrf to Insure  insertion should reach this ollice not later  thai Thursday at 12 o'clock.  When change of address Is rcfiulrert, it U  desirable that troth the old nddre-.s nml thi  tfew be given.  Address all coinmunlcfttlons. " Publisher cf  Cthe Kelson fc,co>"oMiST.>!clson.Il. V."  EDITORIAL COMMENT.  The" present parliament of Canada  has less than a year and a half U> live  at the most and is generally expected  ^^K    r  to be dissolved before that time.     A  glance at the issues is timely.  In 1896 the issues were the Remedial  Bill and the Tariff, as far as the Iii it hi i  provinces are concerned; *.\ith a  Frenchman leading one paityamlan  English-Canadian leading the other,  there could be no issue in Quebec or in  the French districts of New Brunswick.    The Remedial Bill  is now a  o dead issue : the iace for whose rights  the Conservatives stood threw away  *those rights for the glory of hat- ing :;  a leader of their own blood, li. t tlie  tariff question remains ; its present  name rather indeterminate, it has  travelled through Free Trade, (Jotu-  meiicial Uuion, Unrestricted Reciprocity, and Free Trade as lhey have il  in England.   Sir Wilfrid's last vow on  . the subject was " never to rest, until he  had wiped out the last vestige of the  iniquitous system of protection." The  country fairly rang with that battle-  cry. Poor Sir Wilfrid, perhaps his  long lack of rest accounk, for liis bad  temper and manners in the House, and  the o'erclouding of the onco bunny  ways.  That speech won for him a Cubdcu  Club medal, which he still treasures.  In the meantime what about Protection ? Still with u>, of course ; w e need  it and are deeply grateful to Sir Wilfrid for not wiping .it out, but we're so  sorry that he is self-condemned to restlessness for life.  But he and his colleagues have made  one advance : they have abandoned the  folly of pleading for better terms from  the United States. Sir John Macdonald saw its futility twenty-five years  ago, but Sir Wilfrid deserves great  credit for seeing it now.    It is a kind  ~llispensaUon_of~Providenee-tlmt-pol-  iticians' memories aro short; many  members of the House, including Sir  Wilfrid, whose breasts swelled with  pride at Mr. Fielding's declaration, that-  begging Washington was over, aro the  same who used to hiss and jeer at the  refusal oftho Conservative ministers to  go on the same errand.  The tariff system is not satisfactory,  ���Liberal "adjustments" have been  rather stupid���but there is no evidence  of any intention to experiment rashly  with Free Trade. Tlie Liberals have  bsen slow, but the Iojjosi is k.irncd at  In t.  We Print  Letter Heads,  Bill Heads,  Statements,  ftate Heacs,  Envelopes,  Business Cards  Dodgers,  Tags,  Etc.; Etc., Etc.  Complete Stock of Stationey  Orders by Mail Receive Prompt Attention.  S,  B.   C  For the wet spring daj's oinust be damp  proof and vet light iii .weight and stylish in  form. Our new foot wear fills these requirements in every particular. Each pair of sboels  in our stock ls porticularly stylish and  thoroughly well made from the very best stock.  The various leathers���-Calf, Box Calf, Viei,  Enamel, Etc., ar.d the different shapes enable  us to suit all tastes and fit all feet... perfectly.  Prices to suit everybody".*"'.  Baker Street, Nelson  as to Deal with Rutherford  Household Ammonia, quart bottles ._..........  .........25c  Benzine andQasoline.'big bottles .....................25c  Turpentine, big bottle. ;... .25c  Furniture Cream, extra good........... '.  ...25c  Rug Poison, big bottle. ���........35c  Copperas, Eye and Chloride ot Lime, all ready for'Spring House  Cleaning . , ~"r  Pure Baking Powder, in bulk.....  .......:..... .35c per lb.  Seidlitz. Powders,. Freshi..  25c  Rutherford's Cathartic Pellets, Good for Eiver and 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 at^d 50c  DISPENSING    PRESCRIPTIONS    A   SPECIALTY   AT   '  REASONABLE PRICES.  ��� WM. RUTHERFORD, Druggist  PHONE Aa 14  NIGHT PHONE H214 WARD-STREET, NEESON, B. C.  New Pictur  Mould in'js,  Room Mouldings and Plate  Rail. We make a,specialty of Pichire Framing, Sign Writing,  aiming, Paper Hanging and Kalsoniiniiig*.    Estimates Furnished,  F.   Ua  "t  I  i  i  T  Insurance,   Rea  Mining  Estate   and  Houses and offices to rent and lots for sale in all parts of the city  Now is the time to invest in good  Ranch  lhe Kootenay Valleys Co., I.'-fed, London, Eng.  Nelson City Land and Improvement Co.  Fire and  Accident  Insurance   a  Specialty  7~. O.  BAKER ST.:NELSON. B. C.  P. O. BOX 223  NAB  GENERAL BROKER  One seven-roomed house and  one three-room house  for rent.  Three dwalling houses for sale 0,1 easy terms.  One Lot on Stanley strest opposite Royal  Hotel for sale at a bargain.  E  P  '^���^���^ <<&/^^^*/<fc^^/^"<^''tv^^/5&'^'yi'^/V'^^  s & Co  -.��.., A���A.   _f ���!������     A.  -A���A���A A-  FERGUS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  BAKER STREET, NELSON  AGENT FOR'  ���                        The Julia Marlowe |  ?                        '1 he Celebrated Keith Shoe. \  I                       lhe Douglas Shoe. |  >  Custom Work.   ' Invisible Patching a Specialty 't  VSi ���^^'^^/^%H^^^fe/^/%/Qi ���&Wh/&^^<&f^f^A6/Q^^I/t&S&^f:&&. -^k--iS>/-*a>  la is with moro or less regret that  "Progress, says that Victor*. 1 paper,  finds itself called upon to draw public  attention to a piece of culpable negligence on the part of the Provincial  Government. It appears that in a  certain bailiwick of British Columbia  tho workings of that ancient institu-  tion, the British Constitution, were  sariously embarrassed by reason of tlie  fact that the deputy sheriff was not attired in a dress suit, and, it ia added,  with what degree of truth deponent  fiaitji not, lhat the wheels of the Car of  Justice were arrested for a considerable  *-pace of time while the deputy sheriff  aforesaid skirmished around to borrow  the necessary apparel. Surely thi-s  ought uot to be. The McBride Government ought to see that its myrmidons are properly attired in order that  justice may be properly administered.  Xress  ,c  omment  -Gr.nul Forks Sun,���  Tiiere are already more railway corporations doini; business iu Grand  Forks than in any other city iii the  Province. A railway centre invariably  becomes a wholesale centre, and it  doos not take a very long stretch of  imagination to see the day when this  city wiil be the distributing point for a  huge anil prosperous territory. ��'���  ]!. C. Itinlnir Excjlwnge.  K11111 loops Sluiulnrd,  The appointment of the Hon, F. J.  Fulton, K. C. as Provincial Secretary  will meet with the approval of every  supporter of the Conservative .Government in the Ktunloops Electoral Dis-  tiict. All who know the concienlious  painstaking efforts of Mr. Fulton on  behalf of his constituents, will be'rejoiced to learn that his influence, always strong wiih the Government,  lias been increased by his acceptance of  the vacant portfolio and that henceforth liis constituents will reap the  benefit.  The Govern men I is taking the proper  course for the riding, when the election is bioujjht on without delay;  Were time for a protracted campaign  given it would aitoh the farmers, who  comprise the greater part of the electorate of this!-riding >in tlie midst of  Ihfir busy season and could have no  real effect on the issue. Every voter  in this tiding is perfectly competent to  go to tht: polls to-morrow if necessary  and vote with understanding on the  public qucsihus affecting this district.  Out* attention has been called to a  very extraordinary piece of injustice���  to put it mildly���which is being done  to British Columbia in the office of the  Canadian High Commissioner in London. It is to the effect that all obtainable information in that oflice as to the  Dominion of Canada conies to an abrupt halt at the eastern foot-hills of tho  1 Itocky Mountains. Of British Columbia and her resources, of the immense  mineral wealth of this Province and its  growing development, of its lumber and  agricultural riches, not ono word of  information can bo obtained by the intending settler'or investor, On the  contrary, he is bluflly informed that  the country is no good anyway, and  then his attention is skilfully drawn  aside to contemplate the ecstacies of  wheat culture on the prairies. We may  say at once that wc fully acquit  Lord Strathcona, the Canadian High  Commissioner, of any participation in  or cognizance of this gross discrimination against the most richly endowed  province in Canada in natural wealth.  Nor do we think that anyone  knowing that venerable pioneer of  western Canada could believe for a  moment that.he could countenance  such criminally foolish misrepresentation. The matter is reported to us as  coming from that department in the  oflice of the Canadian High Commissioner which is presided over by the  beuelicient influence*��f Mr. W. T. P,  Preston���a gentleman sufficiently well-  known In Canada. I  AT  MERCHANTS  Head Office Nelson, B. C.  Branch   Markets   in   Rossland,  Trail,   Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, Three  Forks, New Denver and Slocan City.  Orders by Mail to any branch will have prompt and  careful a^ten  ion. '  ^EST i\OOTEi!DUTCHER  Wholesale and Retail  .Dealers in  I  Camps supplied on shortest  notice and lowest prices.  Mail orders receive careful  attention.  Nothing but fresh, and  wholesome meats and supplies  kept in stock.  E. G. TRAVES. Manager  WADDS BROS.  s Fair  xcursion Rates  Nelson      Rossland  Vancouver and Nelson  BAUER STREET, NELSON, B. C  SewliigMachlnesandP|anps  For Rent and for Sale  Old Curiosity Shopj Josephine -St. Kelson  ST. LOUIS  CHICAGO  AND RETURN  -NELSON, B. C.  he largest' exclusively  Wholesale  Liquor  House in   the in-  PAB8T BEER  iu pints and quarts.  Dawson's "Extra Special" Scotch.    Granda Cigars.  Mitchell's Heather Dew Scotch etc.    Earl of Minto etc.  A full line of imported and domestic Liquors and Wines.  f  ���T  T  T  T  T  f  I  TRAMWAY   C  N.E.T.-TIMETABLE.  STANLEY STREET���  7.00       7.40       S 20 a. m.  : .        9.00        9.40        10.20  Every 40 minutes until 10.20 p. m.  BOGUSTOWN���  7.20 .00        S.40        9.2.0 a. ra,  10.00     10.40     11.20  Every 40 minutes until 10.40 p. ni.-  Q'  Lots.     Warehouses.     Offices.     Apply A. V. MASON,   Man. Sec  The Car Barn, Phone 165B.   : . i.   E.  T  Pi u m b e ran d-G-a sfi-tter-���--  Estimates Given  on General  Plumbing,  Sewer Connections,Etc.  Baker Street, near Ward  Street, Nelson.  lew Spring Goods  Ofthe  00 DAYS' LIMIT  DATES ol SALE  May 11, VI, 13, June 16,17.18.  .July I, 2. 3, August 8, 9, 10.  September 5, 6, 7, October 3, 4, 5,  RETURN TICKETS TO  EASTERN CANADA  Fred. J. Squire  Tents and Awnings made and repaired.  Clothing cleaned and mended.  Over the Wallace-Miller Co,, Kelson  At corresponding rates on same dates.  For mil particulars apply to local agents or  write.  J. S. CARTER,  Dlst.Pass.Agt..  Nelson.  E.J. COYLE,  A. G- P. A.  Vancouver  "S3K-  Bartlett House  (Formerly Clarke House)  The best $1 per day house ln Nelson.  None but white help employed.   The bar  the best. ,,  G. W.  Bartlett   Prop  -atest Designs  ABIUVING DAILY.  N ice Li ne of Trouserings.  John Smallwood  MERCHANT TAILOR  Ward St., nextnewP.O. Bldg., Nelson  NOTICE,  TO DELI1SQUEN T CO OWNERS.  Frank  Fletcher  PRO VINCI AL LAND^TJRVEYOR  Lands and Mineral Claims Surveyed  '**-      and Crown Granted  P.O.Box563       Office:Kootenay St. Kelson  W. G.Gillett  Builder   and   Contractor  Estimates given 'on stone, brick  aud woodwork.  Brick and Lime for Sale  npo G. Ed. C. Maktin. II. W. F; Pot--  ���*��� lok, orjany otlmr person lo whom  il'Gj' mny huvo transferred their interesls  'in lhe Goo(ienou��h Fraction mineral  lai ni, situated on Wild Horse Creek,  about four miles from Uie town of Ymir,  and adjoining lhe Mugwump, Koekliiiid  tinil Lexington mineral claims in the  Nelson Winir.g Division of 'West Kootenay District, and reecrcled in lho Re-  corclev's ollice for lhe Nelson Mining  Division.  Yoii and each of you are hereby noti-  lied lhat I .liuve...expended thirty-four  dolfars aiid twenty-live cents ($34.25)  in lubcr and improvemi'.nls upon the  above mineral claim in order to bold  same under the provisions of lhe Min-  eral Act. and if within ninety days from  the date of this notice you fail or refuse  to contribute your portion of expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interests in said claims will  become the property of the subscriber,  under section 4 of nn act entitled "An  Act to Amend the Mineral Act, 1900."  0. A. LOVEL1,.    '  Dated at Ymir,   B- C,   this 17th clay  of February, 1004.  JOB PRINTING AT  ECONOMISTOFFIOE  Vi  \r\^txyKJC"nrrt���r .r���i *  t-TwJj*-��� -jt>*  ^��^;^t'K-s;-nKr=r  '^a^^^^^^*^r^^i^;'^  yJ-WS^gg^WCHBCS aa-j-gj ~"i:  !!7~pK*&F&Zi&*&-t&}'?nr3fo_^i m. THE NELSON EGONOMI&X  '���"���;   .-.'.'.'������"���'-',: 77:-:":7::,7yr!r:7?iA:'A777:_^r7l&A%&&_d  ggssaagwgBt^^^  ���^^mii^se^*��iB!^^v^sKsiass-^ Y-r^hmvrSafii ���**-��� WMlm  j$.**y& 'e-jfc-Ss&Ma  Vi. A?vJ%8mM  __a_m_ ��� ",i- 'scWKi**"  -���~yA-?:<~��$i_mi  ' - i^^H^'nS  "    '        \ i'rS^^Sftf5  * "V, k&SSKI  ' *"*���'^Sl  M *A^Blij  ' --*7v,yfs.���  ^'-V**wi��!s!  S^  It) 6  uinng  tcviucr.'  Aot^  This Spring.   See Us about it.   Large New Stock!  ':-5ii  ':' X  ,-1 i.^iifif-.l  * ^'-Vife?l  \{Am$l  ���.rX.tr&l  ,'..,>r'$_\  ������'Akm  The  only  really first-class  Piano made in the Dominion of Canada.    See them.  Hear them.   Buy them from us.  Regular Price  rsat  each.  1   1   la  A   ^^%.  tores  [ SS53g2^S^SS  rer^^ir^-sre?^^  PJSSgBCBHSgg^^  The Origin ofthe Loving* Cup.  ff^.'HB loving- cup Ss very common;  nowadays," and we see it every- |  where. ...But many, y.ars age j  there 'were  no  such   things ..as |  '.these queer three haadlecl affairs, and J  the following- story tells how they first i  happened to be made: i  ���Once upon a time centuries before us. !  there lived a great.and powerful Uing, .  who was extremely fond of hunting, i  He .was one day ih a forest pursuing a  .'stag,-but it was so fleet anil clover that  it eluded-him and liis band o�� lollow-;  ���ers, and led.them entirely out oE-tlic'ii  way.   .   After wandering ' aljqv.t    in  a  hopeless fashion they finally came upon  a little'hut, and the king Jiiniselt dis-  -mounted and rapped smartly upon tho  "door. j  "A young- girl answered his'.knock, and  soon  showed the men  the rUy-ht path.'  'Jhe Icing was a-bout to go,, when he'saw*;  a well near the house, and,.,at the sight  ���or^d-he^ot-re'iiT^  thirsty, .andi.^gq:ingj;ihtek>7ii-jiked the girl  '' tfo'r.'^ai'arink:.^ she .  ��� -went into*.the.,-hou'Ee.':and;;c��rnc out with  .7 ait',';;eartHpi^ the  well  : ;watet:;77;i3ut;'^instead;7.6tH;;SiLering   his ;  -royal 'rnajesty 'the' handle, as most poo- '  ple'would do., she held that herself, and  handed.Xi.m/lhe cup the wrong way.  The :king7said nothing, thanked lho  girl,, and he.; and his hand soon found  their way out of the wood.  But when 'he reached liis palace, he  determined to reward the girl L'or giv-.  ing him the water .-and at the saaue tin* a  to teach hor a lesson in politeness.  Sending to'his jeweler, ho bade him  make a silver cup, with  Iwo handles,  and^delivor it to the young girl, without a word as to whence it came.., ,  Perhaps a month after -this tho Icing :  again 'hunted    in    that    same  forest,  sought the hut and asked tlie girl for  another drink of water.                ��� j  This lime she entered the 'house and  came out with a bcr.iul.iful silver cup,  full  of  the  sparkling  water.    "Now," ,  thought   the  king,   "sho  has   certain! v j  learned a lesson."    But never  was ho  more mistaken, for 'the poor, ignorant  girl took a handle ln each hand, aud  for  the second  time offered  her liegp  lord nothing save the side of the cup.  The king rede away deeply perplexed.  He resolved to teach the girl the polits  way to hand a cup without directly rebuking her, and many were the hours  ihe spent in cudgelling his brains  for  some way in which to do it.   At last a  bright idea, struck him, and he sent for  his jeweler a second time.   "Make mo,"  said he to the man, "a silver cup, heavily  chased,  and  with  my royal crest,  and put three handles on it."   The jeweler, much surprised���for remember, no  . such thing had ever been heard of up  to this time���did as he- was told, and  soon the mug was finished. . As before,  the king had it .privately sent to the  girl who lived in the little hut.  One day not long after this for the  third time he rode into that forest, and,  taking the now well-known path, soon  reachedthe cottage. Dismounting, he  knocked at the door and asked humbly  for a drink of clear water. ,_L.v  Tlie gild immediately came out with  the beautiful  three-handled  cup,  and,  taking two of the handles in her hands,  she offered him the third.  gg the kinsjrode jAvay vr$l pleased  with, his strategy and, reaching homo  ordered three-handled cups to be mad  in every sort of ware,' ahd they became so popular that we now liari  them in all our shops and stores.  Oriios-s and Epidemics.  AKKADEI**   of  "Marmaduke's"   let.  ters in .London "Truth" has sent  ���    him the following: ���   ..  "Whilst turning ever some old book.'  lu my library last week I stumbled upon the following paragraph in the  Mtui-al World* of 1S03. As there Is an  epidemic of s'rnr.lipc!x in London it hai  occurred-to me to neiiA' this to you, foi  some of your medical readers may b\  either able to ��� prove or disprove the  statenft-nts it contains:  ��� " "Onions and Epidemics.���In the  spring of ISa'S I was in charge of ont  hundred men on shipboard, with the  cholera among the men.--We had on-  ions:,, which' a number of the man ate  "-frtiHyT=^r-hoso^W-h'ff=(T'!U=S  attacked, and nearly all died. As soon  as l mruttr this discovery their use was.  forbidden. After mature deliberatior  I 'camo to the conclusion that onions  should never be eaten during the prevalence of epidemics, for the reason  that thoy absorb the virus, and communicate the disease, and that the proper use for them is sliced and placed  in tlie sick-room, and replaced with  fresh ones every lew hours. .'.. :. After maintaining the foregoing opinion  for eighteen years, I have found the  following well attested:. Onions, placed  in,, tiro room where tiiere is smallpox  will blister and decompose with great  rapidity; not only so, but will prevent  the '--proud of the disease. I think that  n;j a disinfectant lhey have no equal. It  prc.K-rly u::od. If needed, the foregoing  {which' I have greatly abbreviated) can  5)0 at tested on oath.' "  It Is a curious echo of a bygone pre-  vontl',������?, and it Is given here without  much 'nope that the suggestion can be  valuable.  ~r*  SMOKE  THE   CELEBRATED  Football Tactics in the Ballroom.  RIAR   PIPES.  ���Nottingham, England.  co  Ul  a.  <  x  M)  The American Society of Professor o;  rj-aiiciug, wliich recently met iii New  York, has decreed thnt football tactiw  on the ballroom floor must stop. Then  must he no more' "Yale glides,'' not  '���'Harvard dips," nor distorted attempt'  lo tread a measure in two-four timo  when the niusnc calls for three beat3 ir  a. bar. The dancing of the two-step to  waltz time and the grotesque positions  assumed by the dancers are evils attributed to the college fads'that havs vitiated the public taste. "Some of theso  students" said one professor, "invent a  series of Simian contortions and football  tactics and give it'Vi_ college name, and  the public thinks it is all right because*  the college men do it. Now, we want to  stop-all this, and bring dancing back to  the old stylo of graceful carnage that  cnali'cd the dancers to.express the beauty ot" motion to music? A majority of  the people now seem to dance a two-step  to waltz music. This is not right. The  two-stop is easier to teach, as it is it  common time, nnd dancing it to waltz  music is not a correct movement." Attention was-also drawn to the neglect It  the large cities of the old square dances,  which aro still taught ia the smalle*  .cities, ��� -'--'---     ���-- ������--���  *ff*w  .   ��- *> -six.-?:  , i -At. -''h��S'i>!  AAZMk'/^m  yZfz.'T0i3M\  '���yAy&'M  AA$$P  v _&*��$  -a A?m  ,- y_y.?\  AA-cI^'I  ��� *- rfiyi  - _     -7,7/ '  ��--. y&%w  _f- ' 'I  ^ s  - ,   VAVil  ���������vA-l  ";-i'V,l  :^M  11 ~\ Z"*^ w  A^|.l  ,_+, __t, * j*.^"!  edium and Fu  ixfure.  arelle  Tobacco,  , Navy Cut  7i\  A <\  "*--.  Tobaccos and Cigarettes are Second to None  WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTING AGENTS FOR WESTERN CANADA.  Turner,Beeton & Co., Ltd, vjctoria^aa  MONTREAL^ Sole Manufac  turers ofthe "Pinto Shell Cor-  devsn5' Gloves and Mitts  R. H. CAR LEY, B. C. Agt  W. A Thurman  Depot for Briar Pipes, Nelson  JOHN McLATCHIE  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor  Op.BD. Cu steins House, Nelson  57.50 PER TON,  DELIVERED  - All orders must be accompanied by cash and ehould be forwarded  either personally or by mail to the office of  W. P. TIERNEY, GENERAL AGESSt o'l  'il  V  [J*  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  Anecdotal,  It Is recorded oi Mr. W. S. Gilbert  that on hearing of tire -title of Henry  Arthur Jones' new play, "The Princess's Nose," he remarked, "I hope it  may run long."  The   other  Djght  Thomas J.   \V\\\i_-  a Brooklyn butcher, found R necessarj  to remain in bis store until after midnight, to finish making up his account-  for the week.   Miss Maria Jacobs, hu  fiancee, was watting- for 'him to es-ccri  her to her homo.   "White took six hundred dollars from the cash drawer and  placed it in a wallet, which he put in  his pocket.   Ke was just about to don  his coat when he was seized with a fit  and fell to the floor.   Miss Jacobs tried  to raise him up, but failed, so she ran  out of  the store for  assistance.    The  _ first persons she met were two frowsy-  looking fellows, who readily responded  to her  appeal for "help.    They  ��� ushed  into the store, and while one of them  lifted   the  prostrate   White   the   othei  lifted the  wallet  out  of Uie butcher's  pocket and fled.   Kiss Jacobs ?���?.>����� pursuit.     The   other   stranger'  promptly  dropped  White,   ran   to    the    money-  drawer,  and,  finding  no money tiiere,  looked  .about   Mm   for   so'snetMn'sr   ol  value to seize.   There were juicy steaks  And toothsome chops, but ha selected a  tolg bologna sausage and ran out r.'ith  the booty.    The  first stranger,  in   the  meantime,   had  succeeded   in   eluding  Jliss Jacobs ana getting away.   When  ehe  returned  to  the store   the second  thief had also disappeared.    A police-  .man was finally called to hunt for thc-  robbers,   and   a   physician   to   a-.tend  White.   Tihe doctor succeeded in b.ing-  Jng White out of his fit, but the police .  man failed to bring back the thieves ^   !  the snoney.  -^acne ai  Headache.  Eyestrain  *&2  causes -  both.  Drugs  flpplt relieve  ^^^temrorar-  VJh.lr-,. ^      pr0.  perly adjusted glasses remove  tlie cause aud effect a  permanent cure.  Satisfaction guaranteed.  CURES ALL EYE DISEASES.  laFLAMED EVES.SCAIES ON U0a/>  GRANULATION ETC.  Opticians  Baker   Street,   Nelson.  PRIVATE BILL  " Dariag" Books.  It   is   women   who    write    "daring1'  books, and it is women who read them.  When once the fair -do take their bonnets off they are not content with that;  they throw thetn over the windmills, 113  the French say.    Men do not like thia  kind of thing.   It not only disgusts but  bores them.   -It is a particular kind of  woman, usually earnest and very stupid,   who   enjoyw   tilese  excesses.     Our  sex,  If-all this goes on, must provide  itself with fans -to blush behind.    We  must leave "the (ladies ibefore the coffee  end cigarettes begin to circulate.--Andrew Lang- in "Long-man's V,'jievjy.i-i�� "  New>lpKe Paner  W.-IO. Bowins, Refracting Optician, G^ad.-  u.ite of the Canadian, Ophthalmic C'o'Icgc>  Toronto. Ontario, Gratlualu Doctor of Optics  fiom a Leading American College and a member oi the Canadian Associ ation of Oplieiiinp,  will open an Optic Parlor in Room Xo. 7, (.Jri.-  fln Block, Nelson, B. C, on "Wednesday, Juno  1st..  Consultation F;ce and Satisfaction Guar"  autccd.  50- YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Notice is lu rcby jrlvpn that an Application  will hi; made to tlu: Li-itlslalivo Assembly ol  <1](; Province i-f ilrili.-li Coiuinl'I-i.iit its next  iussion. I'm- au Act uutliorlsliiK ����(1 enabling  ..he licyul 1'rusi Company (a body corpora tu  lisivlnjr'lls principal place ol business at llm  City of Mondial, In the Province of Quebec,  in lhe Dominion of L'adada, incnrpornlcd by  Act of Parliament of tlio said Province of  Quebec and oilici rruvlnros of tbe Dominion  of Cat aula) lo exercise In the said Province of  Uritisli Columbia Llic f-illowiiiK powers ������  To act as trustee, attorney, surety, and also  as agent, wbelberllnaneial or for tbe purposes  of investment or otherwise, for, and to carry  on any undertaking. arran-'einent.ainalffamiL-  tion, or businis.s of, persons, partnerships,  companies, eslatc, municipalities, corporations. ���: lvormnents and others.  lo organize andassisLin promoting other  coin panics, and lo lake and deal in sliurc* and  oilier interests in such companies.  T-i;;ua-.-antce. titles, investments, debentures,,  securities and other interests.  To advance or borrow money upon the scon rl I y of, and to purchase or otherwise acquire  and invest in, mort^ag-p, pledge, sell oi: otherwise deal will), any teal und personal pro-  lierty, as also franchises, concession:?,, rights  and privileges.  To receive money on deposit.'  ���ro negotiate 1'ians.  To purchase, c'.nstjuct, lease ee otherwiso  acquire buildlims for the deposit lincl sat'e-  kc cpingol properly.  ToactKenendly and fully as promoter, guarantor, attorney, surety, l,ailec,.Kiiardinn, committee, trustee, executor, admfrjls'trntor. curator, us-signce, ll.ciuidator, receiver, assignee  ftji- lhe benetit of creditors, auditor and agent,  and to carry on any description of commercial and lluunclal business, and to acquire all  necessary powers for the purpose of and in-  cidcutal to the carrying out of any of the  above objects.  Dated at Victoria, B. C.,.lhe 21st day or April,  MM.  ViOl.VKJ.J, & LAWriOX.  Solicitor for the Applicants.  When   yon   are  indisposed   try   a  Cup of Tea  JOY IN EVERY CUP.  Corner Mill and Josephine Sts.  R.   G.  JOY,   PROPRIETOR  Trade Marks  Designs  CoPVFillGHTS &c  Anyone sending a sltetcli nnd description mny .  quickly Mcertiiin our opinion freo whether nn  Invention Is probably patentable,   f.'omnninlca-  tioaa otrlctly confidential. Handbook on P.itonU  ecnt freo Oldest neency for securlns patents.  Patonts taken turoURli Mumi & Co. receive  special notice, without charge, in tlio  A nandsomcly lllastratod weekly. Lnrccst circulation, of nny scientific journal. Tonus, $3 a  year: lour months. JL Sold by all newsdealers.  PNN&Go.36,Broad^'New York  Branch Oflice. 625 F SU Washington. D. C.  Mortgage Saie  Under and by virtue of the" powers contain'd in ii certain mortgage, whicn will be  proc uced at thetlmc ofialu, there will be offered ,or wile by C. A. Waterman it Co., nt  their oillccs In the K.-W.-C.Block. Uftl-er  Klicet, Nelson, 11.0., ou Jlonday, thoblNtli day  of June, 19U-l,ut the hour of i\rcl\ciiVln(-k noon,  the following property : All and singular Let  numbered seven (7), In lllocii numbered seven  (7), In the town (now city) of Nelson, 1'ro-  vlnceuf British Columbia, according; to the  ofllclal plan or survey of sal (I town of Nelson.  Thi-, property ls slluate on the South side of  Uukor street., between Hall and Hendry x Sts.,  and bus erected thereon adwelllng house.  l*or terms and conditions of sale apply to  Macdonai.1) it Johnson,  fiolicitoi-H for Mortgagees,  Burn? Pluck. Baker Ktrcct, Nelson, li. C.  Dnlcd :liis 11th day of JMay.lCO-l.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS  S. J. M. .Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson  Mining Division of West Kootenay 1'istrict.  Where located: nn the Nortli Fork of Wild  Horso Creek, Noitli-liust of and adjoining tlie  " Oronogo" Mineral Clulm.  Take notice that I, John McLatchie, of the  City of Nelson, acting as agent inr Duncan  SU-Arthur,' Free Miner's "Certlllcate No.  J$tU,7(>:',' intend, sixty davs"...from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for llic purpose  ot obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim. *> ���;,���  And further take notice that action, under  f-ccliontsT, must bo commenced before the is-  Miance of such Certificate of  Improvements.  Dated this 2nd day or May, A. i;. 19(!l.  Jolf^ JlCiaATCH i u  i'.t. H.  Certificate of Improvements.  $1 per day and up.  NoChlnese Employed  ���  AUGUST THOMAS, PROPRIETOR,  CORNER   HALL   AND   VERNON    STREETS,-   l|[|Onf(f    D    P  TWO BLOCKS FROM WHARF, ntLoUifi.   Di   l��  oundary  hipments  Tlio following table gives the ore shipments of Boundary mines for 1902  1904, und Cor last week :  Orono-jo Mineral Claim, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kooteuny District.  Where-locatedr'On'the North fork of Wild  Horse Creek, North East of and adjoining th  "Joplin" Mineral Claim.  Take notice that I, John McLaichic. of the  City of Nelson, acting as agent fur Christian  Ii. BehnsenandDuncui McArthur, Executors  nf the will of Robert Ricstercr, deceased, Free  llluer's Certificate No. . Intend sixty days  from, the date hereof to apply to' the Mining  ltecorder. tor a Certificate of Improvements  for the purpose of obtaining si Crown Grant ot  the above claim.  And.further take notice, tha.1, action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Jr-ated thia 2ad day of May. 39M.  Joust MdiAZcuiK.  Granby iNJines, Phoenix    .  Sno.wslKie,_ IMioe.nix .   Brooklyn, I'hoenix  Niolher .Lode, Deadwood  Sunset, Deadwood  Morrison, Deadwood  B. (J. Mine, Summit .  11. Bell, Summit  Emma, Summit .  Senator, Summit Camp .  Oro Denoro ....  Winnipeg, Wellington   .  (Jolden Grown, 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   .       .  Total, tons.       .       .  1903 1904 Past Week  393,718 1220.GOO 11.19 0  _ 74,212 '_   180.-192  15,731  3,33!)  19,305  22,937  303  15,537  2,433  5,040  910  400  107  0S.274  10.035  1,750  11,774  2,90S:  886:  245.  204:  930  204  034,420    .317,044       10,100  Certificate of Improvements.  rinjrrcc, Mnyllovr,Blnlce, 11. G. X.,Sunlit r'riiclioiml und Know Drllt Kruclioiml  Miiicrnl Clnlms. situate In the Nelson Mining  Division of West Kooteuny district.  Where located: Uu tho Divide 'between  Sundy and -ID Creeks above the " l'Morence U,"  Mineinl Claini.  Take notice that I, John McLutehlc, of the  C'tytf Nelson, acting tig agent for .lames la.  Sttunlord, Kree -Miner s Certitlcate No. RSO.O'Ja,  ��� Angus G .Shaw, Free Miners Certificate'  So. ITiS.'^lS and Louis Kmst, Free Jliner's Ccr-  tilieuteNo. IJ. S0,tS��, Intend sixty days from  the date hereof, toapply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements for  the purpose ol obtaining Crowu (jrauts of the  ab .\o claims.    . .  And further take notice,.that action under  Section 87 must be corninoncedbeforc the issuance of such Certi*icntes of Improvements.  Dated this loth day of November, A. D. 190.''.  Jon>* MclaATCliii;. e. L. S.  Certificate of Improvements.  Kcelusc Mineral Claini, situate in the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay I.>is-  triet.  - Where located :���  Three miles West orNei-  son, on the C. it K. Ruilwiiy.  Take notice that I, John Mcf,:itcliio, of lhe  City of.Nelson, acting iisiiKcnt for Edward C.  Arthur, !'*ree Miner's Certitlcate No. I{t(l,i>73.  intend, sixty days from the dale hereof, lo  apply to the Mining Kecorder for a Cc-rtillcate  of Improvements, for lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ofthe alxjve claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before thu is-  Hsuancc of such Certlllcate ol Improvements.  Dated this 21st day of May, 190-1.  JOIUI aiCliATCHIK. P. L. S.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Mars and .I. A. Fractional Mineral Claims.  situate In.the. Nelson Milling Division of West  Kootenay District.  .'Where lnented : On Morning mountain.  Take notice tliat I. John Mtl.atehle, Free  Miner's Certificate No. llM.-iKJ. lor invselfund  us agent for lid ward II. Stanley, Free Miner's  Cerlilicatc No. Un8,48<l. intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to 1hc Mining Ke-  curdcr Tor Certificates of Improvements, for  the purpose of ubtaining Crown Grunts ofthe  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance ot such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 17th day or May, A.I). 190i.  JOIIJ.* MCIjATCDIE.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  Mariposa, Hanky Panky Fractional and  Kipling Fractional MincnvlClaims. situate Id  the Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.* ��� /  Where located : On Morningmountnln.  Take notice that I, John McLatchie, of the  City of Nelson, acting as agent, for Harry Mc-  I.cod, Free Miner's Certificate No, B5.S,:i04, and  'J'hnnias W. T. Stoddard, Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0.700, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Kilning Kecorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants-or the  above claims.  aVr>d further take notice, that action under  Section 37, must be commenced beftire the issuance orsnch Certificates orimprovemcnts.  Dated this 18th of May, A. D.1W4. j  Joua* McLATcmK, P. L S.  otice to our Customers and the General Pubiio:  This was the lirst Dry Goods business established  in Nelson, 14 years ago ; iVoni that time to the  present we have always kept-in the lead, and we  carry to-day* a stock which will in every respect  compare favorably with tho stocks carried hy lirst  class houses in the large cities of the east, in fact  onr Stock is quite up to tl Ue in style, quality, etc.,  the o.tly point where wo are behind bur competitors in the oiihtern cities is in the question of  IMilCE. and in spite of that they arc making  more money than we are. This is explained by  the one word���CHED1T. Ft is the eur.se-of bu.si-  ncsd everywhere, and especially in the Kootenay  District, and we have decided to abolish it, absolutely and entirely. Under this system the cash  customer has been- paying more than the goods are  worth in order to mako up for- the losses tliat are  tinavi.idable where credit is given, not only iu the  absolute loss of accounts, but in the loss of interest,  aud other necessary expenses.     We have accounts  in our books (monthly accounts, that are NOT paid  fit the end of the month, as they are supposed to  be) that have been standing for six months, 12  months, IS months, and somo of them for YEARS,  and we have had to mortgage our future to pay  for the goods sjUI in this way, and our c.ish customers have beeu paying the interest. This is  plain tal'c, but it is true, an 1 every niji'ohant' in  Nelson knows it, and we propose to putiistop to it,  as far as we are concerned. Wo propose to c illect  every collectable outstanding account in our bonks  at once, (afid those indebted to us will please take  the hint) and from the 1st or JUNE, 1031, we will  take another stop forward in the march of civili;*-  tilion, from a business standpoint, ami sell for  CASH ONLY, anil by placing ourselves in a position to buy for cash, by taking our cash tliscounls,  by saving tbe expense of (iook-keepiinj, Postage,  and tlie thousand and ono things which naturally  belong to the Credit System, we cun save out* cus  tomers a very considerable amount each month in  the reduced prices at which wc propose to sell our  goods. This, we are sure, will be duly appreciated,  and all we ask is an opportunity to prove it to you.  Nelson is no longer a hamlet, but a city of respectable proportions. She is fast becoming a  Wholesale centre, and tiiere is lib reason why she  should not take the place she is entitled to'as the  most important He tail City in the interior of  British Columbia. This she cannot do as long as  she is satisfied to continue in the' old-fashioned '  ruts. The proposed change will benefit all parties,  tlie.-.buyer quite as much as the seller, and while  thanking our customers one and all for the large  amount of patronage we have liliil in the past, wo  ask you all to co-operate with ns in onr endeavor to  carry out this scheme of mutual advantage.  NOTE ���During the month of .ftine we will give  a discount of 10 por cent ou all purchases over 50  cents, oil'our regular prices, and on a large number  of articles the discount will be 15 per cent.  Nelson, May 2-lth, 1!X)1.  Q  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.  RTHUR  ul Season in our Millinery Dept  It was a" matter of common remark that we  had Cut Prices on Choice Millinery to a very  low .figure, lower in fact than could be obtained  elsewhere.^  However we have desired to make a more  sweeping reduction in our large stock.  We are constantly changing in conformity  with the latest productions.  No matter when you visited us last you will  see something new to-morrow. .  ��� _.--  I O 1* ti S3  d_U 3 ���_ |  tenay  Canada Permanent  Mortgage Corporation  Straight Mortgages at 8 por cent,  or Monthly Payment System  i m  SWTOG-S-S-S��  * Now in Stock " *  MOTHER'S BREAD is unquestionably  the most healthful, and is a special boon to  those with a tendency to dyspepsia.  We  bake  any  good kind of Bread and..  Cakes your health and  taste demands.     It is  cheaper aud more satisfactory than doing your  own baking.    Our.product has the pure home-,  made flavour all Bakeries try to imitate.  ?       Having just opened one of the largest stocks of Hardy Bros-.'     ^��-  & Tackle ever imported into B.C., we can offer  the public a rare  ����� treatin these goods,  including Rods, Double Tapered Lines, Flax  ? Lines, Tapered Casts, Drawn Gut, Spinners, Toughened Minnows,  % Etc.   *  elson  Ward Street  Cash Advanced on Consignments   -  Go to  the  Auction Mart for  Tents,  Trunks,   Boot,  Rain  .    Coats, Furniture or General  Merchandise.  J.GREEN & GO,  Baker Street, Nelson. Auctioneers  i # ...  We mean to have a reputation for the above  We sell  Blue Ribbon and Salada, ancl have the agency  for Silver  Spoon Tea.   Silver Spoon in every package.  There is no better Coffee than our 50c Waldorf Astoria Coffee.  'Phone 34  The Red Font  Grocery  Economist  Office.  MAKE  For a Pure, Heaithful  Cereal, none can compare with '   ..  Made iu British Columbia.  The Brackman-Ker  Pfnismg  ���v.9  Manufacturers of High Grade Cereals.  I ling-Co., Limited  s^w��m;^^ K^t^' -r^'Z"i^'  ; -��.���ir*(:-'Iv->x ^tV'-vjls.  �����-^*^^��^��^  *r-ttsrtsr<ri^7*?^?��K-^

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