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NELSON, B. C. SATURDAY. APRIL t9. 1902.  40  i-  j  WL. V.  JE"Sl.LSON   ECONOMIST  is issued   every  'ffEUSKSPAV. SUBSCRIPTION: $J.OO PER A"  ��,����� IF .'AH. IN ADVAKCK, %X.ffi. CORRESPOND  CC8   OP     OKSKHAL     ISTKBBST     RESPECTFULLY  joucitkd.   Only articles of merit will be  WVKRTISKD IS TIIKSK COLUMNS. AND THE INTERESTS OK .RBAUKKS WILL BE CAREFULLY  CCABWKD AGAINST IRRESPONSIBLE PERSONS AND  BORTHI.KSS ARTICLES.  * ���*��� *r*g-*c��^  i________-i*i-*h -���*. -���*  ���SSB*iS3Ss  I17HII-K    trie   inveatigati        into   il  ��V    rxiftmg betwren   the   Uuveruim  the   relations  itiieiil   and   die  ..s,duu Nuril.er.. u,av **ubH*h ConclueiveI>: that  tfc.,e.��, n..i ...viliiiig criminally wrong, yet enough  _,. .u.,,,- ,ua i,i evidence   to  tho* tb��t   iwre were  ...umi* i..r m��m.icio��� it����lrv��fytbi��* w.-.;uoii.qu*re  icd .b���v, i iH.a       Mr. -baiwmuiV**conduct m  ihe  ^ , liu.,   n���i mh fomeihing   more than   that   of    a  ��K3 _in<l)(. ,. v.nuotwly indignant becauw his motive*  '#��_ ..n,,., .*,..���> ... ��,ir-,trretuidr,i.nd-webelieve.tb-it  "*^ iuuuui ,,,v,. i,,'iU-<l much Utter il ihe Premier had  ��r..��v,i 1,1, c.,.,..r. ii-me-d uf breaking out m  ,TJ*t"W ���:h.i K.7-1U,, �� ken driven io the corner by. Mr.  '���"^Cmi, Ft t,���, ,red.1 of British Co.lunil.i- we  tir u ,t i,.ni.u.(�� ol u coni|>ronii*ing character has  *�����, i��ke�� piii- Yet we cannot refrain from thinking  IM fc:��.-..*ly   .,v,T    what    tiH��    already   come   out   in  vAJiA   tt.iiei.n-. -   -  \%^ifc_i  ^__l____|_M|____|__i__v____j_|  familiar characteristics of a Boer triumph. There  was the same pursuit of an inferior Boer force by a  superior British force, leading up to an attack uppn  the British by a concealed force of Boer�� on ground  chosen by D- La Rey The inevitable tttampe.de,-of  the mules must have encouraged the Boers to think  that tbe fight wae going bravely and that they *eie  on lhe verge of another  achievement  similar to the  ���     *.  , ' ��� . i .o .7       ��� ��� . ' .;.-'���'���:���  capture of Lord Metbuen and so many of hi    toite.  It was' the fate"! tbe Canada Mounted Rifle** ,t��  h��..:d v  an advanced position well in front of thesemi-circle  in which the main body of British   troops were disposed.     The   main outline   of  tbe   hastily-fpriced  British plan of defence  is  indicated   in tbe special  cable from The Telegram's correspondent in London.  The facte published in another column indicate ]that  the key to the safety of the whole British force was in  the   hands of the   Canadians.     The   Boers   had to  close out the  Canadians  to get at   the main   body.  The Canadians would"not be closed   out, and   their  valour   helped   to   save   the day.    The  thought''of  Canada   was iu the   hearts   of   her  sons in   South  Africa.     The Canadians were the   Men in the  Gap,  and they did not put their  Country  or   their   Empire tu shame.     Trooper Evans, of Port   Hope,  the  dying Canadian who  fired   bis   last cartridge,  and  then broke his rifle rather than have it fall into the  hands of tbeeiiemy, illustrated the spirit of Canada  in South Africa/'  Tu, t.ius���l���i Mr. Siuiib  Curtis io   proceed  with  ti*   n.v,.,,...,...���.   ��ill      be    uenemlly    endorMsd.  , i      _^_    <*^ii��*rnllv    endowed.  ii;vrvii^.itn��n    will      be    gt.nerai-3  tvuitialy    111 *.���  ii -i  Uil  ��(ii ..1.4   m  mV Hl.-l1 .1,   r,  B_l   WI" l#����Ji ���  i      ">���*   t  .n 1,1,  * -'"%  jk      _     n"*1* I    '  \& *;���- ������  ' i'1^ 1  -* -ri  sU ���  fl  " "  5��  ,'jr i,i..��t-.*.,,   ,.   ���k^i   imporlaiit  evidence ��a��   that  cui.i.in.,1 ii,   ,|���.   cypher   lueBCBge*, and ibe refu��i  ��� 1        _j. ..;..V.*.t inn   of  o(  i.e  f,...1���i���u,i.er   lo   order   lhe   decifhiriing ol  <i"'��eii..���..ui-h   i.ructiuHlly   dt-privid   Mr. Curiw o  III-  "i' ".ip-n     ]Miiwviv(ii.j      *"��-* i' - - 1  r.u1B,.i*e.i,.oii.      W e n.ubt i.ot l>e  ui.drrfl.*d  ��* timi ,,K k.uU ���ju, tt,e t:oimi.if��i*'i����r "' l*,t!Blu"  '"'- t.k,��� ii, thin uiatier.      He ih   piobubly   ���������  ""|_ iitn.r-fif ui   Hie   condition*   ����>u   Oowii '��>   ���"���  C|iiiiiiii>.��i,.ii.  Wo   ��re   only    eorry   that   I��ih  c  not authorize him t�� ��n,urce lh*' ue"  eil"*'i'.t!  ni   the   u.efHH^ea.'     The   iu.|ne����'��   *'"  "I  1*    1  ������"���;   tu     uit!     uivrr��U|tc-n�� �� ���-- .  K" i.Ttb   tbut   Mr.  Curtib'   uui.ei*Ui��i��.ol  tne  now   r..,���   Mr.   Well-, to Mr.   G.*el.*bield,    ��  Cu^��, ^i.d l,,,r�� U the wav Mr. Curiin decipherea  ll: " U is up to you to have the contract hlgiied on  S*ll'"i"y and^vethe ��ituation; the Oovermoenl w  l"����iintliy ,��� yi)��r huiidn." What u wretched ��n-  '"'S!-"i In. 11 Cabinet Milliliter to make.  Hir'.  il 1:7  i l"��t-iil ;;i- h  Ji I ".Clt^::  lira 1 ziMiZ'l  F    E C _<    If    ���_ Sb .  f  fe^  T & -V     t     i  IE      3,  -IHi  ���*'Si%3l'S>r-  rl  ^41  lit  Ifeii  S-o  |!7  -mi  M*  1111.  'Il.iwiiur    putriotic   otitbtirot   io   fro"1 ,h��  TO ...:.     ..    ri linn    of the   UCllon    ttt  '''"m,,,',',"/,,;,;;;;;.. lATUi) tmtVme 0(ti.e ac^n ��t  lllirl' i:iv.-r'i��� iiBourlierHtaBea P��>y6"U"   lhe "  THE pacific cable ha,je^ched_the Fiji Islands. /  THEmoblizat,on of RuWb Black  Sea  fleet has  been fised for the end oNuly.   ler,ere in tbecomi^Hma^110"8-  TllB aepou. at ft,b.-topol are receiving   anu.uaHy  U/;;B;lnlignnien^^--e,  T,���li��n newspapers have been s-ipreBsed  a^a:"z2ALii.,-i ^. ^-^ ^  \��   the  West   Indies,  have  the  do.the right .thnj ,r|ohi   whoiU   tho   Mayo\  Um��- ''   i      the   health   department, thus  tell*  chose ao head ol tne ,,,...  9R**KS$SS  ,   ���   ,  i'  1 s*b&*t*sBkeL*sUbsa2s,  THE  NELSON  ECONOMIST  ie Arena how he, with the sanction aiuico~operatt*��ii  of the Mayor, wiped out smallpox, which had In-en  raging in the city for a   longtime:  u It  affords   me   great  pleasure to .state that   u e  house-to-house   disinfection     freed   Cleveland   from  smallpox.      Since August 23, 1^01, to this very hour  of writing, not a   single  cat��e   has originated in this  city, but seven cases   were   imported.      Tbe   disease  had raged   litre  uninieriupiedly   since   1898.      We  relied  upon vaccination and quarantine ho tbe most  effective weapons to combat it, but in spite of all our  efforts it doubled itself   everv vear, and was in a fair  way of repeating ihe r*o r��i of last year,   as in   1900  we had 993 cases, and from January 1st t���� July   21,  1901, the number amounted to   1,223.    On this date  I was  called to   lake  charge   of   the Health   Office,  with ����� even teen cases on hand.      1    had   been in   ?be  city's employ ever since 1899, and   it had   fallen   to  my lot to investigate and dia^i a*e most of tbe cases  of smallpox that   ctcurrt-d   in   Cleveland.      During  that time,   1 ub,ervs(i that,   after   disinfection   with  formaldehyde or   a   house   in which   we bad   found  smallpox, never another ca*e could   be traced lo this  house.  *'On the other hand, vaccination bad given us  many untoward symptoms. Fiequenlly, it did  not Hake* at ail. One-fourth of all cases developed  sepsis instead of vaccinia. Some arm* swelled clear  down lo the wrist joint, with pi*<es of flesh as big as  a dollar and iw ce as thick dropping right out, lea*-  ing an ugly,*uppuratii-g wt unci, which to-heal took  in many cas-es �� ver ihiee months, Finally, four  cases of tetanu.- develop* d after vaccination, so that  the people became alarmed, and rightly so.  ** 1 laid these facts before Mayor Johi son, and  proposed io stop vaccination tntiiely, and instead of  il disinfect thoroughly with foimaldehyde every  section of the city wheie smallpox had made its appearance; also to ^ive \\ * city a geneial cleaning-  up. The Mayor nut only coi,t>enttd to my plan, but  al^o gave me a'i aid needed. 1 formed two squads  of dioimcctors, preferring medical students for the  work. Each squad cotieisled of twenty men, with  a regular sanitary pairolmen at their head, and each  man was provided with a h -rnialut h> de gu.erator.  Thus equipped, they Parted out to disinfect everv  (lection       of       ihe       city where       the       disease  had shown its head, and i-\ery bouse in this section  no matter if smallpox had been within or not, and  every room, nc ok, and con er ol the bonn-, special,  attention being paid to * inter clothes tbat hud been  stored away, presumbly laden with germs. It to�� k  over three months to do the w�� rk, hot the rtt-uli  was moot gratifying. Alter July 23d seven more  caoea developed, the last one August 23d.  %t In order to give an adequate idea of what we did  here to got rid of snialiimx, I have to mention the investigation department, consisting of physician**  who were ihorougly familiar with fvety phase of the  diReaso. They were dny and night at ihe disposal  of tho Health Department. They had to invcatiggato  overy uuKpjciouH case in   town,   and   whenever they  ����  71  e patie^4}.a^ve:  -fc>  sSz.-   SJ JUS  A    kj|N  ^ ~"AiM  mi A H^ks  l"ai.viiS        ygwjfi   found a case of gmallpox they asked th  following queationn:  io visited you during the last two weeka^**  >m have   you visited   during the   }a8tte"  weeks? ' ��A^  "Have you b*en   at   any   public meeting d|g  that time, and who was present, to your know  " Where do you  work?  ** Where do the children attend school?  ������ Where does your family attend divine wor.^*  M This information obtained, they  started outfi  al! the indicated addresses.     They asked  the fjl  man, preacher, and teacher for all absentee* du  tbe last month fn m   *hip, chinch,  or��� rchrol,  then visited  tbe haute of tvery. oi e:t f  them.    T  'phontd their -fij ding* lo tie Health Office, arch  infeclors with    foimaldehyde   ^e^eiators were kf||  ready to follow the Hep of the investigators aid  infect   where   Oue   **��>   il e  > lij hun h fj cioi  explosure    to   ��inaI)|ox.       Along   with   this,  regular sanitary police force was given orders to maj  a house   to house canvass te tell the public to clei  up their yards, barns, and   outhouses, and abate  the nuisances tbat could be found.    As a mult of  Cleveland is iu w free .turn  Msaiijcx, Mid from il  worst infected city it has t<ctst.e the clttu tM."  As a result of tbe Labor  Convention *U Kanilooi  a new party has been launched on the  troubled  of British Columbia   politics.  .1&&? *��*  ^"Ww  That peace ��o fervently enj-dned by the Pstilmi-��fc||  does not appear lo exist among the brethern cum*  posing the directorate of the Similkameen Valleys  Coal Co. Stock of tbia company appears to havejj  taken a turn in   the wrong direction.  W  Vavu MuLLKit, who is said to be tbe oldest man in|  Germany, celebrates his 100th birthday this month, jmjjj  He is    a glass   worker   by     trade   and    lives   at ,|  K lei oka than.  At.iKNs will no longer vote at municipal elections ^  in Vancouver. It is rather strange tbat they --g��  should ever have been permitted  lo VDte in any city :/g��  I ������.  p.��i"-m  A    IM>      f*     ���  in tbe Province.  l*H|*  Ir"'  Thk   London    Chronicle   K��y8 :   " A   ��ub��dy oi -^  eighty ihuucand   d��.lli.u lino   heen   prnnied by   >   i  Oitawa Uovernmi-iii ������� 8i|cimr Marconi for the curry* |  ing on of furliii-r rxperiiuviKB i�� wirelcHH W8''^  mid Hi-- prHin in ln*h >ur|>rit>inK than the abt'^ave  bucIi oflici.il Hui.porrin  tin- p��<'t.     One woul  iinngiiwl���if   "i.��   ntn   without   knnwledgeoi  wayt- of goveriiniHi.li*���thai a  Marconi   wj)l,,a .onB>  i)����-i) put up lo auction, an it were, mnong t��o"^ ^  But corporniiotiH .��rt�� limid, and perliapu no one  aide ct-rtain |-ovoriiDieiil oflicen knowo  mo  crank, with in.powihlo projecte who domont  diet*.      Si��iiof Marconi,   however,   hoD .J10", officjftl  won bin uuil or alun my, a'��-A tli"-1 ,0 "'" Ofr-
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. o ; -M     7j(  ■• i^m. MT^TriiiiiiniiiHiTrt&^a.  H ���  , *^        .   -<^  '    7f  - _ if  ^H-lifcuuj*^ H.JH ^imw��m�� f#i -J" 1  ���' .��'�� ._���  -'��� ���"' (���' '\  * ��*���'"*, A   itt"il�� �����**��� *-r ��i^O ���  itl'iN -�������� *  *������,**�����_������-_*�� 1   WI  6  FHE NELSON ECONOMIST  T may be, after all, tbat we have not sustained  such a serious loss in the refusal of Frederick  'aid* o rill hi* engagement at the Nelson Opera  House. Fr m what can he learned, Mr. Warde's  cumjiiiny, with one or two exceptions*, is composed  iif people of i.ot even mediocre talent. In fact, we  notice hat in his *npi ort are several who hav#* been  seen in Nelson before, and not with very capable  companies either.  . Much regret will be felt over the determination of  Rev. Munroe to remove from Nebon. Mr. Munroe  is one of the you�� g ris ng clergymen of Canada, ami  his future will be watched with interest by his* many  friends in Nel-on. He will have charge of the Congregational Church at Vancouver.  *% Canuck" has the following in the Ottawa -Citi  Dearest Ma, your loving daughter,  Canada, *'the la'ir. and free,"  Stndf fond gieetmgM 'neatb the water,  By the cable���CO.IX  (1 hi*, please notice, i** the quarter  Where you find your loyalty )  But, regarding   that convention  On the subject of defence,  Rrraiiv we have no intention  Of incurring such expen.-e  (Though   we oughi, once more, to mention  That our loyalty*?* intense).  V.ai'reaway acro*> the i.ccau,  Yet it's said, by home, you'll dare  To pre-nine on our devotion  By Hipggesting that we share  Our expense.-!    What a notion!  Well, We really  do declare!  What We Have We   Hu|d*H our  mot in,  And we'll hold our money tight:  Surely you don't think  we're hot to  Pav up, just la-cause it'.- rij��ht?  When, if w- don't pay, you've got to,  To maintain the Kinpire't* mitzht.  Valiant, we, an valiant could be,  Fearing neither Yank nor fate;  All the World, against US, would be  Quickly wiped from off the .dale  (If your navy's an it Hbould he  And your army's up-to-date).  /by, it Hometimes almost stifles  Us, to think  how  big we be;  e have many (empty,)  rifles  And a pom-pom (on the sea).  Colonels are tbe merest  trifles  In thin Land of Braverie.  z?n  Need you help in other regions,  WVJ! supply tbe "brawn and bone"  (If you'll pay our loyal legions  Thr���� times what you pay your own).  ThiiH we'll nobly bear allegiance  To the Empire and the Throne.  In the fore-front of the battle,  We will bravely die and do;  We will furnish corn and cattle,  Horses,���yes���and wagons, too,  (If   our little bill you'll settle  Promptly��� ca^h���no I.O.U,  While we find " there9* dollars in it"  We will nestle *n#*ath thy win*;  Not fur one wee tiny minute  Shall we ceatie to ahotit and   sing.  ,% Hail Britannia���beat of Kin" (It  Will not cos��t iis�� anything).  When we eee, through boundless ocean?,  Our (or your) great warships glide,  Patriotic, queer commotions  Tickle like tbe deuce imdde���  Fiiiai love and fond emotions  Fill our bunting hearts with pride.  Mother, dear,   for you we'd gladly  Face tbe deadly ping-pong ball;  Yet*���or even ra&hiy. madly,.  Charge a bristling tariff -wall;  But we think, nnd   think it sadly,  You have got a lot of gall.  Filial love is bard to smother  (Oura is realty torrid  stuff)  So we'll let vou be our mother  A.s* our ?* ha re.���- That's quite enough,  And you need expect no other  Answer to your little bluff.  High and splendid in your   station  Ah the proud and font! mamma  Of the great and glorious Nation  Known an Happy Canada.  Phase accept congratulation  On the fact.    That's ail ���Ta-ta.  ,^  ���_!-_��;S    *~ ���*%   ���  -4  n  -  P&  ,,  '����  m  __2&fa  -B* C*  7 \n_  c>.  M>  V/.-'A -*Wv  {AA-tt  t sf I *f ���*  <HJ'31*��|  7.?        *  H    I      ... \  ��   11  *,i    -j  ^ ''���������'  rj t-   * mi  ���hOJ,':  1     ','  The Labor convention at Kamloops has re- ^  ommended the extension oi the franchine to women. ^  it i�� wonderful bow much thin Hentiment hn�� grown :^  throughout the civilised world during the l>aet few r  yearn. The in.preHHion twins to be gaining grount, ^.;  "..I :.,..!.. i .i,i��b   ii;��i women should   have some-   --i  1  nd jtiHtly 1 think, that women ehnuld  thinj, to Ly in the ��luii>ing of legittlation lh���� effcc,s  thnir intJ-n-wtB {*quiilly with men.  There w��ro grout   mon   Iwforo   A{.<uHemnon. am-  Krtnu ni��-n nftur him, hut what will   tl��*�� conn J  when Sir .John Bourimot poHHen to that nour  .nuged   nmoothly   without  pa  ���.   '      _       ._        ._ ���._  _,rtrrAHDOMW,U  ^ijfcti,",.i *-"~  i. ���*���' A *  _       -    7? .,_ A.    O  r   .  .-.^a^-1^'  . 1_U���T"'��**">"*  : *  ���^-^S     3T Hf(   ��  a  i  THfc NBLSON ECONOMIST  o^  L&i  1 irer   must have   parliamentary   lore,  4 Ti" "I     w historical   re����rch.   auth.��*r>an  -f ������UU0'1   ,     ;,rtain��y.   and   a   full ��n��*.ur.  of  -*4-,arTnu.lk..o��   hw   book to   ttoU.1   ,.,.  4,.,ai: -ui  ��� ��� nl Uie eXilCl  .n.oru.a-  ^,(liv ta a|'P'> �� ��    ,e   aU���HlioD.      He m����t   keep  ' ^"       i     Hi�� dutv l��eine l" ��*m<H,lB ine  :i-" f.,ii   like the widow'*, nm*   "ever  1      w-  .Tii-e ol oil, **&���*- *6*^ ^  Im':'"' ,Wk of the  aouwof   Common,,  b.r  ���Jy        V trudit...!.  of   olBce   which hi.  '    ' . vTl mid hard to fuslaui.  .     ,    . wrirb -H a continual feast,    me  -,.r_ B-'urinoi .     .:     massive   a       There   he fit*   ����  B1-  :"?     ..h-a^dum. Utter of paper., h tew  ;''"       iil    ope-d   le��rnedty:     The*  *  ,Vai,U       , ,lr       pruphev*      of       P-'����;  -      w , lllM1  iM>ok*n*)*rk��a  ,,,. ii.,.v Writ   ol   procedure, Ooob u*  -'   ",   UK.   a,v.      Tue  greau   baue   ^ble  <,..���,   ...   n����-   .����*��> Allhe   {Hr  .,,.,���,,,  T.. W..��ri��oi'H right i.bw  Ue   :::"/;,;; Kre,,cud.��n,��hoduwinr*��.  -   *^ ,;._��     For doe*u t  i....^,.^ Ul^k such �� 4ueMioti.   ����r ��       ^  *       " r>    i, u   the role to m there   at  i��*.   th**  emblem* o\  ^utv  ���vh'olt    iutrHtstCiiU>    Uit)  - , i.ih*.   far from it., tie  B,unti"i if nut Idk     ������ .  i     ,,n   a itat��er -clip, M   u  Memoranda, on   a p��i  k.^  htimers and "is  ,     ..    r.u*    that    n.��ikw   even    a  "4 [tiM  marvel thai  , iriii-lv   at the   e��i"*'  t ,   ;,. ..,     l���i^V  mid ����     ^^'it��l>     ��� .      ,  ,<;iClMl.���   ,o   4��.��et. thai   ��l   11 ��� >��� [  '\A-.  a*  chair accompanies him.     It is as persistent and inevitable as the archetypes that Plato mentions.   Sir  le��Hac Newtou, we are told, rashly   gazed at the  sun  wuo k\A naked eye, and for many years was haunted  by a ghost of the sunon his retina.     That is   what  hap pent* to the man  who has teen   Bourinot in hi��  insignia of office.     The  after-image  remains to inspire him forever.  Then there are Bourinot's   robes���solemn, sable,  sweeping,    a   tomber   appanage   of    constitutional  splendor.    Bourinot wears them like thebierophant.  Witn him each   heesion oi the House is a hi^h mass,  bnppauc) canaot breathe longbtlore Bourinot and  his routs.     Levity must hide its diminished   head.  lue*e rubes   are  magical   garments, cloaking  their  wearer with  all   tUe  gifts oi   the spirit, an Elijahs  mautie ol power and lofty purpose.    ToucU the nem.  U,  grupiu^, purblind  dabbler,   and  get  wise 1   No  wonder Buunnot  has a gieat lesptct ior thote   robes  ui ulhce.    Not that he believe�� in clothes any   more  ihan Cari>le did, but cluthts, diligently   worn,  must *  borrow some virtue from the man that   wear��   them.  lSeeides iti�� not seemly that a clerii of the House  of  Commons suouid shed hii skin each year, like   the  bud�� and reptiles.      if a garment  has memories and  U8��*uci��uuiie.    nbo   would   care io   moult   il?    Un-  iortuiiatciy,'theTiouse6oi Oouimous has   no aumhes  ttlwlc tbe odicial yebtmetiib may be preserved.   Each  man laRes care ot his own, aud   what do the  uiotus  7(..f . ��  ji   , t  i  ������t\  i  r  A     ��'  ' 1 * '  ���   ft-  I I-I  (1  lo  re  f  li  iri  1-  km  'ft it tifipl  UAW%  i  r.i.ini* ihe   duties  U..imi.oi,   p��->iof'"^ ...  u  li.iui.u.K ��uiking��n��ltr wtl1  > i. ; i .���   . ������ r 111i j��� I \   tl|inu,,,,e  .ir-iv-.i i  . -���* and  1^^111^110111*.  .hen the Homusi* in com-  A !..; ;���:. inrtunt^  v\ bell   tlH {   f  .,,.    ,       ;, .,.,....,1   U.vi-t -l����H nl* rlli ���u.i���.lV  u',.��� .������ tttu'r.   lhal, the   nittj��. i>  ,,!! ......Iim���  tua   **y    I'k*-.^.     VUl  ,      .    ,he   table.      >un'  "! -������ ���'''���l"U',-h,:lri    *Vthi��.nKhb-��k  . ,,,,-v...����..      H��   ��luut'   UU,      .lllir   ,he  *   . i.nroie   io**'r��  ll^ivesitlbM.inrofactirtiltJ  i tu, iilone has the Kn��">  ,t a throne.      He aUUU'.       .    , 11V   {t\ \Ue  ^n,U,o,-o In.   ��""����!r ,,( "'"'^ I,.,. ����,. vanning  r:i> - i,-^,;lr;  ,;u.i^ ��  liiMii,,,!.      |'.,,ul'mot MIH well   l����i'K. jjh.wi,   <���_>  ���'.:.'-, ,���,, ,j���.   el.nir of   Mut��-   h"   ,u'i,l|. ulU)  it  f t *�� ��^r��    noUlto in��v  ���inhnl illln.      He tits it as if ho vi-tr >   t . ,  ��        ,  ii*   ihe   ciia��l��  ��r "m.-il ...uuf it.       lit- IwloiiRH  to _        ,���r,hle  ���    ���    , , ti .. t tvt�� are at* insep"  ll"M-h:m  h, lon^s to him.    lhe two ai hol  a- '���.!:.   a���a a 1     ������rks,  ������������<    &l""  .���..,.���   iUh1  i       W anht*vt',J*  '   ,ri �����'������! ihe l.Miion pmd,   or the . ^ tuo  ^��V.,,.      Anylauly ^boiiuHseenl^m^.^       ^  ,il1'"   v.in-.r, that    pictutewitb   bun     u { llult  t      ��iw, nhantoui *����  liuow uldig"^ty>  ^iU hft^in   a  week's  l.  f\ttnnailV    Will UtJgi"    ��*  rtlga��eu,eul at the   N-Lo,        P  evenuig, ^i ���   _       "  ��ni rul   from   NeWor. to   Lardeau  .nieKokauee��.ll    ur  ,     . unit ihurddays.  Monday* a"*  ���i 11* 1   !!',; - - ;  I'Tl'M   lo   r,  ����ii.J'ilH,.i��-  it.     Aim  ,    '   ,���.���{ ihe encouraging Bipns  r, may he ��*��rd��l a- '" - { oreRM in   the  ,;;'     n,e,that   there    * -i v--* Nel-on  thl_-  i .,���.,��(){ the arrangementa  Tbe c,nn��>-Uce having eh*, ^e o^ d   ^  b0 the gre-^1 ac��UftU  Colu"1^11'  - in Kitf  > if  M  l^��  , 7.  |S li"~:'"f"-,",->��-.-,v.,. ���a��� h-hh n  ,    ~ I,,  - "���---v-~7 t~- n- n  **��*"t���-~*jj}__j_11  ~    J1 J**  8  pt*^*V        ' '       "'i.   , ���  '    & 1  ��r  l" .. . 1...   ..��. T*. ... ftl 1^1  UpHinul^u,i��IMM.I.>i ihiJMpr  f~%  w  &_3  7,   when    the   Let's goo in, Chrissie.    It's |  ��ere    losing   mortal chill, an' you're as ho  HREE    hours    after      Roddte the boor.-     I G   ��i it  Jeans had faded  away into a glimmering     menu-  giant ant in tbe   eyes   of Chris���to their shape and   ct.ior   ai d a   tnis.t  routed   crab.      YeMl b��   he?!  be     precise,     at    \)   o'clock     that WttS H^h^ Up out of thecoomh like c����ld if ye dinna mind."  morning���Farmer    Urbane   str-dc a hugeoMii.r a^i.ding io a.^ky,       The evening   drew on * witl  into the porch of his   farmstead   u> the flutter ��d a red   frock wa��  *een  exorahle certainty, and with  i  zAmA ?* ri  partake of the goodlv breakfast  which his daughter had provided  for him-���a man wiih a keen appetite for well cooked fare.  Thrusting Jiif shaggy head  round the doorf jsmh, he peertd  furtively into the kitchen, where  Chris, now in the g!o y of a red  frock and her hair done up in neat  coiis at the back of her head, sal  waiting for him before a cheerful  little iire of   last   year's   log   wood.  *% Where be thai anointed  sinner?1' he asked, in Pome surprise al not behoidi g the sinner  there  *l Who, daddy? 'snui Chns, with  a beaming lace and with an eve  wnicii said she vvi.il knew who  l* lhat anointed  \Mmift'' w.t.s  ** Why, thai w a tide ring sheep,  Rod die. jeans���-poor iad. 1 met  him wntrii 1 was takin* the lambs  up yonder, an5 rent him down to  see you. 1 ve been ihiu'kn/ about  what's writ in iv elesi<s^;e>, air* my  'eart's gone out io him."  " Roudie Jeans!" cried Chris,  t e joy within her at her father's  words welling up to her t-yer*. %40!  he's gone, leyiher; he   dicina   come  x  f  ilia*  !���*  i  i  h Ofg*  j  If  1  r.*vine (the while feather in ChnV  hat), and the gentle cro-o of itie  hard earth beneath a light foot,  weie sign^ot his daughter's approach to  the waiting farmer  *' lb inna there, daddy/*  fall? red Chris, in a voice more fluty  than   -itj*     wont,    as      Hie    parsed  [>"Z  upon   the   toomb    rid^e,   hovering  dimne����   assumed   several    dc  Mat   against   the   lighter   northern  shades, until a   darkness  .u l('  sky, by the eyesof Farmer Urbane,   plete settled down upon the cm  who was standing against a  eodlin   tbat, ne��*n from tbe northern ri* ��  tree in ins  orchard,   utmiui^   the   that     portion    of   the     IuikIk  dying day and waiting lor the com-   'ooked   like   a     black,    shape.  ingot   his - daughter. , space pinched  out   of the  floor.  "One tiguic only/' lie tn.ur mured   nature.  tobimselt   in   a   low   vo^e;   then,       Aa Chria leant out of the wind  41 the wayfarer hanua t:�� m*/' high up the red  brick   wall  h*  The figuie moved from the ridge   what later and   looked   fondly -  and left a background  of grav   ��ky   *be   northern   pass,   hoping for-'d vv.  growing dimmer and   dimmer.    A   Bign bf   Rod,  tbe   featured   in f!-t-;-*  little white speck oscillating in the   face ol.the land had thinned  aw* ��\ '*  80 effectual!?  that there  was mtV1'^l- *  ing to ��ee but   tbe weird  gray  .-Ly  line lK>rdering the coomb-Hike t|# ^5  white frilling to the'-black dre-- H &V  n lad v.  The silet ee of the sce��e was  mense.      Nothing moved; and ths ,AS  importance of man  in a world life %  -�������� I  through    the    orchard      gate    and   that shedded a way   to.lhe  omu^s .J��  *- " -      _.���__*____���  bp'Ogtit her   dainty    f>  <-on  op    to   **lg��iiticanc��.  -wj7 Myf flWWlll  thee .��dl��u tree, ** lie ha una heen  there all dav, not since aforw B this  morning; so ._ man tried me at  one o} th�� swings, Cve heen searching the stieeii- o' Brook ingtoti, an*  1 ciiuna find    bun;    an' O!    daddy  Two or three bars of muHlpj  played at a distance, and a l^,l)t  as it were, from an inclosed |dacep|  arretted ber atteniitui.  Slie thrust her comely, uncover^  head out of ihe window again in a.  \'i'  ''A.  i <  i-*i  U  (  IL*  h-  in.  o  twinkling,    with   .her ear   aeui*.).  ofthe*  ** (ione?" said    Fanner    Uibane  dfcar, I'm mi soirv   I   duina a*k him  iu th>�� morning," for for     I -b.ve   al��rt lo calch fc ^��>��nuation  j.       With   a     tension  ahii"^  him     ever so   much,    an"  I     hantia  wi h   undisguised   diHappointment.   ,  �� ��� t>��"��'  '* Gone! Sent empty awM, Chris?"  e-ounti  44 I hadmt (pipe <lies,-ed iny>el',  daddy." fa 1 tni-d Chris wlori he  morning meal was half over. *' an'  ��� an'���I didnaknow as ve would  hev  liked me to ask him.''  44 1   was   hungered"   an*   ye   gave  me meat.      I   was   ihi?sty   an'   \e  gave me drink/' re^pohcled Farmer  Urbane, recurring to the texi rf\>n<-  Bented on the nhiimd glass window  in    Lynton   church,     and   wi'lnut  looking up from his plate.    M Arter  dinner,    lass,    goo     at/    find    the  wearyful sinner on i lie red ridge vmi  an' bring    him into    his  old    fold.  He'll oomo ior your askir/."  11 <{ii ite k n.d to him lately some*  how. '  She dropped lor pretty head on  Farm* r Crbane's breast and sobbul  again under his ure^tt    ;:r.iv    <>eard  %i 11 e's    -cot ��� u p���o ve r���C h r i s,���  an*     'ca ipe (.e��� inna ���  mone v ���-���  tit     to -   ask     v e     to     J e t - him -   lev me, -poor noidie. An*���he  -  p 1 ay�� d     'The   - (i irI ��� 1 ��� Left  painful to her, and   with a  cry ����l8  her    lip*- for    rdie     felt  f��re   t  joy leady io buist in  a iUfh fro  lire   d  ie player 1  4  heft  music was an organ hikI the J  R..d���i*he   hsteiod   ngain,  holdii'K  her heart tightly with her hand to  tiuiHI" it** beating.  "'Tin Koddie JeaiiH, fii��  ^m'  Jean.,1 know it i��," ^ *"* I  s.,i.ly to herself, hh ihe breifW wit |  mvisiblehiuid lifted up ihe com    |  Iv hind     Mm���to���-me���tins morn- ,     , ki n.A.    idriiiu   ,(  :.  .      ,,..     i      i       i_.__.__...   of  her   cb.ak. H����    iin    |afrt  10 vtofoW  ing. He hev let! me behind  him now, that's I rewt b."  *' Donna frei, lassie, bird/' said  Farmer Crhnne, clasping hm gieat  arm-' round her ca res-mgl y, and  offering    her   such    rugged,   hnnuHt  Never a word    was   ppoken,    but   comfort us he had to give*.      * * 11 &- * 11  tat wan enough for (vbris. be like thnconv���-hw'll   come  bj��ck  Jn th�� evening of theduy, lietwi-Mi   to lhe o !����:����� whert; lit* wit*   kindled.  cotiiD ���inwn home 'cai.H��'l.HH0  S���n,   goto   him. ami.  tho��B  ,���., i,, ���.....��>.wmiy. i �����>"��IZ  i,.   MrliAmj   own   ludd.o. be  ft ,yl; 'A  ,?v*\;hA>:  iAA>  o  arter all.  i��  .....I  like a ��wifl ,00"'(1  She   mo veil   jiku   "  dark  and    ^l  hare    up   the    ����"��     a"  �����    watching     ��io  ilont  ligW  i ���  chevver, -ofi     -_.-_���  ��H  -��o --  *ft  %.  -t  *."  ��- ~.  . >*-  -_       _,��� ��-L����r-  -I/"  <^4  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  1 t.   u    ,.����  door     here   at     bottom    of    the  1 though it were the beacon ^.^ IU,Ml,yCi4ineUsmhUa'  T      ,,,l,e 1, the HPBrk ol her  -'rlUnf Wlu-iohereacheiitha  ^ i!,oe'     ,   i    rwiint ol   aseani  4       I ��nii the poll*I   w��  -4*t       i  . naiitinE   ne����*   ��*  "I     Pt* her n��o��r�� *��6��*  f"   ,t.r (,,d.c��- with  veiled  t;M        . ni"�����,,eiit  -he  heard  * rvof '���Cbri-.r   Irom  Ida.unicr. d  t*       riTi,d  off   ^   ��   t��^ly  i- ����i*iu rvv��*v* i   ��_  n:-|.,e\V*r*icki.bir-   ^de  *1  9-'  ^ ..���������. *,ird���t th.l.g.   N����h-  " .,,, ,,���.r,. ��<.������ o^*"   ��,l*y*  /'..'m,   ��ir   ��"   **��e   der��,e*.  V,   ,7viv ��<> i�� a 4'*d  ,.     ,1,.. A ~ t it   1    '    "  ,.,.,,������,.ay l^hti��o����������������ion.  ._,   ..-,-. . !   Br.��ikmgt^��-  fi ..la.rr,...-.. ����� admirable   in  fc_ ^...a,...7, t    >>*  OT^H     g*  ** t���tat. ib.--ugh.hw  >F wildly *�������' "  ,(.;:,,. su.-.t a i.ni pe*rwl m�����  ('ct, !,,.�� oen-i wi��h * r*d  :.���. . ���.,. m, u. capita* the  .,*.���. .'..-.������ ..-i ..   Warwickshire  &  J!      "MI*  ���*;  v..  ��� *rujc  <��__  f .'*  tU-  \'i'  * .-.�� ��.U1 < a"��*���' #i  " i diuiia *o ranch rnuid about  the money. Rod, laddie," replied  Chrie ni-u-.ly aud prettily, just in  the saoiH way a* ��he had e��id U on  that OM'tnb -idge a Jf ar ago, ��� a*  I mind a��H��ut y��ur heart. Thai b  mine   i   know   now-������'���!   ��"lnes  vou ��.     ���� ������'�� bome   WU     ",e  now.Uddie.au' never zander  no  "Ave, bring the weary lulMnner  hom--,:, cried  the   rough,   kindly  v,iceoJFHarmerUrbane,who  had  followed h�� daughter to the shea  and waoiow h^,n�� 'n- .,  Being   an  eminently    p.acttcal  liUl. woman a�� well  a pretty one,  cl.gathered .��U- -*��J. ��  .he threeco,nlorted*��.ule   together  ���iih the golden organ  which  had  ZlT^<��, ����**down ihe/a  unitea i>^��". !M_aked   honae-  illCli���e   to the   ^ l^*'��|lhaitoW.  .W,d-thre��  picture^** shad^W  .      ,w�� scene, born to it, ��  oaturaliothe scene,  parl of it in*!-���**'irom lU  s��ying mass. The oSense, if  provwl, was punishable with im-  uriMinment for life, says tbe London Telegraph. Lord Mansfield-,  bent upon securing an acquital.  explained  to  the  jury that  they  .uu. ��� not infer either   that  he was  a pri,M ��.tcau,e he appeared to  be  saying nm,,, or that ne was really  8_y,ug n>.�� because he denied to  be a prie^.     The jury,  glad of  a  .i ..f PscaDe. returned a verdict  meaiiK ot escapr, ic ��� k-h  of "not guilty."     Lord   Campbell.  chief justice, likened the cnou^  of his predecessor on this  occasio..  to that of  a certain  ju��a��o��  )"  aRo  who disapproved strona.y   ������<  the   game   laws.      ����ur  Ja    before    tbi*    enemy     of  P      i   �� ihat the defendant, being  r:s:^-^T'rA\  covey ot panr��"&   ��� fl4u**n    be  0{  lhe Baid covey ��d  W -,  told tbe jury mat, in   in _  of death it waa their dmytP  some that tbe birds bad died  of  fright.  SHORT STORIES  '���fi  R..I  ii��        ^-i..;  'n   ���. rt!K��'  ii-.ii.  ���  1 �� if"  in"';;';  .h '  "TI"  r��.��i Art. i��nouit the organ   with  ^hlii.d o.'aiu-tn.n otadreauier,  1.1.  tial   ifl,    ,Mnd      bi��     *����*��    aft  .uunm.mro t.> an ������i��d~of a lighted  :iMik wioi-n' i-e had   etuck   tl|KJO  tiirloi^ ..i ��r.e nam, glowing with  Nnvejoy ;   white   an he   turned  ruuud, y. in-* coinn came iumbl��ig  '���U"fi.M*  Miniti   Hi^rture   at   tn^  '"���iMl.mi, m ... iuiiii.uure Mjountain  'Jii UiHii.iur!  ,   my   Chrter1   he    crifd,  r him* even looking "*��� iin<*  niRthr orgmi ut   once u>   ru^h  ��t he  .lit  tiirih  ie.tv  i^r  *    \  \  io  VMA&  !��� M Z  ZA>  it r;  ���P  '. ��� "  o  id  it  it  r  uu.l   fold   ber   in  bis   big,  h��ne��t    nnnr..      M My      i^^^i     uiy  la��de.     llu money  lit t.ow ;   luck  -iwtlonkl   The  organ   wae   give  ,ne^y an n\d man at Brooktngton  ^IM tnu Kood to, when he   died  ia^Thuiu;irtiir.      Heued 4tw od be  worth "    %'  ^ do  "v,,^> iu weight in gold to iuef an  ^doneeiii to have   u^ed   it ao   hit^  ,U0l^y   iiux.     i  wan   li*Art   broke  al ^h.-it you telled me thie nmrnin\  an' ^ my poor luck ; an'   wub   go-  iuK tu hid,. hereto-iURht an' 'aiwbl��  m<^P to Fanner Urbuiie  toniorrer,  *lwn        t ihwl t liits       lottlc  t*\   aloofnees o!   Lord  Salisbury   �� ��^ Manche��ter  byary.rdS:��sbury,thepre-  ,entB,hopofL�� -'^ King  olHer��-re J aJ know ,, paid lhe  Ed*ard.     l><> > ���    hat  Lord  S',liHl,U;f   IJ    'hopdidnot know,  Naturally the i>i��n"l ,.   m He  ,   lh<i    Kinp   continued-  ��nd   ��h�� Ml ...d'aeked,  '�� ho  ^"^ c�� i'w..8 ^r;  Then to  ,Mke   bArrft8Ptuent,       his  biHh,,pV   C*%..ii������y never  Maje-��y. fhTBut you ne��d ��ot  Ui\>M*f * ^owed him the  mind that.     U Ut   and  after looking ��   '       ...atbetioally-  in8ilencebej.a.d;^��l  Toor old Bullerl  Philip IL-t a young nobleman  t0 Rome to congratulatj��*uu> J;  hia   exaltation.     ��t��UB.  �� fi!d   at so  young  an   am-  dtssatiBbed   at so   y  baasador being        t    |��  ueual f rankne��8, ,a d io  !feHad%iy sovereign  tboufht{;re-  pli- the haughty Bpnu-^   ^  merit   coneisttd   m ^  "ou.d have sent you a goat.  - *"S     v "tit  i   i   !i'    1     %  t,: w   j_t n *. i .. |  A",    a        -F    j     *' >        w  -"Hi J  3.      ���      H-i_       *   fc     iii      _     1  t~ -��lts|_He r -.  .tils i rf if -  If!51 ivl  111'Iff 3  l! 21  I   tli||Hi&|  ^'f^P  HUH-  .     lMaimfield waa Chil,f.  When Lord Man����       ibe uilll ���f  J^ticol^P-r'^howaa   chare��d  a catholic pnwt w     ^   ^^.^^   of  �������dor   nn   Jcl   . h    the crime of  , Kean       aud     James  Charles     Kean .     lhe  cuBtt��mea n> F alight   BUg-  "urn o    huvd-clapping and   eX-  ceedingy    . bfc.      up hie earn,  en-  Wallaok, priok����8 *l ��� That  ���   a    " Wat  in   tnan  quireo, .  ���  Kean   replied,  mydearWallack. ^^  i Imad    the     great     actor,  ��       T,,   ii was  somebody shelling  thought   u wut.  j>eas.  ^f."'-"-^  ii s*-tn-l-TO_HiuW�����__,iA_  A  10  THE NELSON  hCONGWST  A, ^-jr-  Sloetui  Drill. ; the construction of   standard- sized  Bad    roads      militated     against ' wagon   road  from  Slocan  to   their  heavy Hhipuieiits.thi* week, exports   ">*��**     The Urade i�� surveyed and   |  falling away   to GO   tons.     Twenty    l��u* *" and the tenders are for the  tons of concentrates was sent out by ^ complete work.  the Enterprise to tlie  Trail smeller.;      A. York and \V. T. Snatford have  afcd 40 long of ore from the Arling-   added to  their   iniut-ntl po^^ession  ton   went   to   Nelson.     Shipment**.? hy purchasing from the HecKimuui  will continue   small till   tbe   roads   boys a   quarter tiut-rexi r��c!i in th*  get dried up. ! Alpine   and   Ah��niit��i��i .run c.aim?-,  -_      ,,.lA*      . .     / .t ; . ! tth��cn   aie   parlM ot   tne   cetenrateil  For 1900   tbe exports   from   this-! *  division   amounted   to   2847   tons,  Atpine     group,  on    Lemon     creek.  . , .fx %      ,   Toe otner owners in   the ci����u*��* ate  made up from 10 properties.     Last J  �� ti    i 4?-on J Mark  ManlrV  ami   Auuua  McLean,  year the experts totalled bolv sons��| ��� �� ,  t?   o      -       ���       ; Mr. York aUu purchased   liom Max  trom 14 properties,     r oilowing is u , *  .   .. .. .   .       . - .. ���     ,A      ��� Meek man a quarter imnet*l   in ttit  fall list  of tbe shipments this year; *  , { Suune\>ide   iracliun, adjoining in*-  to dele: \  \ Eva   and    lying   to the   east   ol Uiv  Arlington ***     ^.l | Speculator.'     l lie     varum*   citttuir-  Enterprise      26**  \j via *��a ��.�������� ���.���������� ����..�����������������������..  Nee pa wa..., ��� v   i.\Jt H V     ���**�����*������* *���������**���������  ������������*����������   *  Pa\>treak   Duplex :   oO  mentioned are Vaiuaon- holding*,  cc.  �� *    -��  ��  o!  r I In Iht? nuiUt'f ol tin- C��**IHon�� ttml K��*  *���> ! ri'uior** Act una in Uk* nmtnr *jf Uk* K*ntU' *>*  **��� j Nitrnlt  K.  KiiivfMiu. ij*Ov����i Us��-CUy t.*f >��.n��ou��   |     l��Kc j��mov��.*  Una {nsr.Mittut Ui tit.* CmlilMrji j  "��� i :ina F.xiviHort   A��*t,    Fr����t��K   l*vU*ich*jf. *��t   un* f  1395? i *1-* *���**' *>i*,-i'***a.  Atitnttuittrulor ��m ti����*   K����m��i |  *      j iiua   ��*il'ji't't"�� v��f  U*<*  **4*t��.I  tfturuh   K,    KfiKMnML^n ?  I ��l��.ft'it.M7**i.   hu*��   li.il?. ��i-t.y   tHinl   u   iV<*rn��rm��t*it *  Locations    are   commencing     to! imrsmnu u* uu�� ��f.H.��v,.- i��H=uu��-!i.'d ���v< t, to on* !  | onn-v mi On: ln*irn*t H^btrurKit m**. sajift-*ju��* income  in. I i otirt of lirtiiavjs i "jlurmvrii* Ht 'NVl.*\>n.  *t.nun>c:  | that Hie t-.-.ial*. i>! M*��* **4kt >arrti�� rJ. *vuu<r***n.,  ine   ore   cnuie   h*  raying   ���llu ilUilitlUvr ovb**uu<i onhonu:��. \  tnem ai me wuawa. jlhl.oniWMl���,.iillU,i,.r ^ tt||��u��� sa ..svu,/u, u. j  0,   ��� r _ i ��.<'.. <��ti Mon-Jiiy tnv ��>fh Ony ����| Ai?ro.E;*u. ��tt in** I  re   shipments   from  the   whole   huu, ol��,,;,,-,,. i.^.v u�� tur ��iirr'.,r.��i��;  Si 1   -AK An<l fiirth-*r tiiK��*   n��*t5��***  timl ��U^l   ���nMHor*  lOuail   u��IHl   /UiO  tons. . ur,. r��.-<tutr<'iM��ti ����r l^rl.-M  Oh.- s��u�� tiuy ��*. M.��\,  it" t      !'��'-. I" fO��* Willi in*-   jnil   |xtrot 'iiKifi ut   niv'ir  I!.  win he June brft��re ihe pourlh   ei-tun* ��uii>   %i��sn��.i. ��*��ni u.n*  i.*��cmv ������. o����* -  M'rnru n**. il any. ur hi l��>  Ui��'in���  of J'liv  ore can   he  moved. Ami n����tl����   in* h.*r�� -r��y  k'^**h  ii����o ufor  th����-  I'fth   ila>    ul Ma;,   r*'J,  1   will |<ri..r��nl tti   *hn-  The B^suii will ship anr>ther 10U . u;,,u("l \h'" 1%^T  al"V,,tf  71",,t,r',,,!t"r- ut  tons  of  zinc  ore to   Antwerp,   Bei- * ��-����v*-��i  n..in,    >.mi iitut   i  ��,n  u,,i  i,.> n- \  1 ���.j>��m��.*��o��U' fnr   tin* u*M��'t�� or  ��ny intri   Un f��i��f '  �����<��� til nl ril��U"l��:<l  0>4tli>   J��* !>i��i|i t��|  uin^f chi.ln  I  {  nh'^N n����t linn Imvr r������'��v.��l i��*��tti-��*.  ;   Osslcrs  Irs  V  oasters  ca and Coffee  - u  i;rmleM ol Ceylon, lndlu.riilnaindj  i* ir    i.   ;  Our He^l  Modm ami Java i%,u(<. ���eW-v"    -  __     t |n>imi|    ''  ;-*   jr-  MiM*ltn foul Java HU-nM. rJ i��.uihU *   *?* - - ^*  Sj*e<��!rtl lU^tiii i\,tTvtyii |MiuiU|f, t     - , _ ���!  Hto lt|��MHll.rt*tf<?V.(l |iottIMlf. "       ^    '      "     "!  S|H'i$��j UUtui Oylon Ma. j��^r ����� ���'.uii.lV'""   "  1 Tumi OROERiOLICITIO.V I  COOTENAY GOFFE  �����- rf-  Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 182.  5 ��� "��� * -1  '_  - -Jo    Z  8AK��R    STREET,    NEISk*^*  SSSiSSiai  li__^_g  TSJ--7J" ~*!L-Ka-is3  B_^__SKE3BESV!Z"iISiw "tS  ntliiv    Of-Ctaf����*^#  ��     j��k   -_X��B *fti~*W !  aWBtlri .an hi rfttiaat**  Vancouver and ftefsen  BAKER STREET, HEtSON, B. gp;:  g 1 u m.  Neil MacMillan ha- finished   bin I ^^.  *"**"' "' " lhl* l*^h <,ur "' I  tz* -It- '' *  CMiifHct  ..f   liHijlinie 1000   tonn   of ;    Aiiii.ini��iriit..r ..r ti..-  i-w'iau- "..,|'kX'"J'i"k. ;  or  fr... 11 the Mollv Gibbon. ��� K'"r"'" "* '"��� '    <  Ai*X.    Rogers     rtiui    Sid     Cooper     'Companka'   Act,   i@07��M  and Smonding !  r--*-t^:'vA,*'?V.i        have   purchased   Lance   Hillman'!*; c m* ?  T*-   - i;'"--1 "���"���'���'���' W/ ��� t r., Notlr^ |h    li.-n-l.y  tftv����n    lliitl    l^��li����   Hill.?  #i*:/^,..;:-"^;-> /'iifix        mter^j-1   111   ihe   ravstreak. I wel ve : i*ivii K.iu'in.-^r. <<i n.ihjui, it. o, iwu* imtn H|>. i  J&�� .'-.^ -i>t.i *���. i.f.j^^ * poiuutl    Oi.-    aUiirn.'V     i����r    tli����   " Hu>(itn<<�� ^  Scenic Line of the  L# 8 K t O !  K ^*? U ! ��  lh  M l  e.  Ai eeter and Martin Isaacnon  purpo-e working the Combination  all rummer. A new tunr.el will be  s'arted down near the meek.  KAHT  Wlmiltta'tf  Toronto  OOawa  Montreal  Nvw Y����rk  W^T  Vancouver  Vlrloriu  Hiibllli-  I'nrtlttiHl  ,  Hun frVruiclHW)  ���iJimI  i~ ���v"d,.i  Ft A1 ft.1*'  S,��-i,",>,i  (liiitinh CmIiiiiiMii) l-.vplorHttun .Synthcult,?. 1  I.IiiiiOmI," in j.I��h��' 01 HrrtH-Tt ICtlwnrtl ?  'IVrri��-lt   Hifttiitidii. . I  IU Otl 1 Ii1*�� 111 h tiny of April.. \Hr��.  .-��. Y. VVoorrt>>.    I  10'U'Uirar of Joint Hlo��.-k �� <i��opanlr.-v *  VinHonl'tiu'  Hi. runi.rhi��^��oH!i(ii��inr. s. iH��in^.  IV*.!  H>'i  fi I   i'  i  inn  Sold by ah Newsdealers  Tourist Sleeper Services  a  Vs  The B)ron N. While Co.. of Sandon, are applying for 1001) in. of  water from liox Canyon, near New  Denver. They purpose installing  a plant to generate eleciricitv tor  light and power purpese.*-. AT the  minen and tow oh in the Slocan are  to he supplied, inchnlin^ this hor^.  Thin week a little stir was   indole  in mining circJen in regard to oper  ationK on   Itepuble   bill.     Tepnern  ,      ��   , 1      cm i_ ,  ,.        porforint r��'-n Oi*> I'.1- - rioorOnfan. wo wlllr^  were anked \yy the hlocan-Kepublic    youampy <��r ti.��^ m^iudu- tfrda.  lfin**��WI  8  i-.JCt'j  ��_____'' ^"  j KAHT-I^��i*v^ U*��v^l��U>lor rmlly.     . ^  1 HT   I'A V\>, T >IO>MO. MON 1 IthAn, J    ��  I     Wri4^  Unw IU��v��l����|oke OiiHy  ! 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