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VOL. IV.   NO. 21
93 Feb Yeah
Charles R.  C0awen's.
Wholesale and
lletnil Urngffii*t
Oiiuiiits PnnjiPTijY   Attbmded   To.
Golilcn, nn the niiiiii line of (he Cmiiuliiiii
Pacific Hiiilwiiy, ut its connection with tlio
stomnlinjit navigation of the (.'uliiiiiltiii river;
the iiiiiiorul mul eoiuiuorciiilcentreof Eastern
llritish (Joliiiiiliiu: lieuilipiiirters of (lit Uoltl-
oii 8111011111-; works, tlio Upper Columbia
Navigation Co., mul liiinlier industry) the
outlet for the widely known and fur
fumed agricultural mid gnuting hind of tho
Cohiiiiliiii A Kiioleiiiiy Valleys; iinriviilled
for scenery of nil kinds i tho distributing
point for the richest uiiueriil country ou the
Golden,     -     -     B.C.
Has been newly built and newly furnished.
Heated throughout with hot air. Tlie
table is first class. The bar is stocked
with choice Wines. Liquors and Cigars.
M\tm. ^lefieish, - Prop.
Watchmaker & Jeweller,
Calgary      -       -      Alberta
P.O. BOX 53.
Application   for   Cert I float, of Improvement*.
Take notice that I, Manuel Dainard,
free miner's certificate No. 47467, intend
60 day* from date hereof, to apply to
trie Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvements for the purpose of
obtaining a crown grant of above
And further take notice that adverse
claim* must be aent to the Mini no- Recorder and action commenced before
tht iMuance of such certificate of timprovements.
Dated thi* thirtieth day of .October,
Manuel Dainard.
Application for Cortlfleate of Im-
prove nient*.
Take notlee that I, Manuel Dainard,
free miner'* certificate No.47467, intend,
60 day* from the date hereof, to apply to
the Gold Commissioner for a certificate
of improvement*, for the purpose of
obtaining a Crown grant of tbe above
And further take notice, that adverse
claim* must be sent to the Gold Commissioner andaetion commenced before
the issuance of suoh certillcate of improvements.
Ated this thirtieth day of October,
Manuel Dainard.
Kicking Horse nnd turned it into a
skating rink. He was well patronised
on Christmas Day by lovers of skating.
The public generally blessed him for
his thoughtfuliiess in providing them
with some means o; enjoyment. Had
it not been for this Christinas Dny in
Golden would have been rather tame.
Mr. James .\ikons, lriakoinun on tlie
C.P B., from Donald to Salmon Arm,
was in Kamloops on Sutiirdiiy lust,
ami after a short trip to Vancouver,
loft on Wednesday for Antigoiiish, N,
8., where he will spend two mouths
before returning with Mrs, Aikens,
who went east last summer. They
will probably live at Donald upon returning. - Sentinel.
(Incorporated 1670.)
Etc. Etc.
Prices quoted and samples sup| lied on
application.     , ��
Special attention given  to
MAIL ORDERS.   Write us.
Co'y, Calgary, cr
The Bon Ton Bakery for fresh bread,
cakes, pics, etc.
The weather has been cxtrotnely
cold during the lust few days.
Mr. Joe Cnrlin of Field nud Mr, W.
Carlin of Fort Steele, spent Christinas
Day in town.
The curler's cleared off a piece of ice
close hy the skating rink and got up a
game Christmas afternoon hut it was
not a " liowlin' success."
A good square meal at tho Bon Ton
Restaurant for 25 cents Meals at all
We are sorry to state that Mr. Harry
Connacher is still in n very critical
condition. The latest report before
going to press he was gradually sink-
irg. Mr. Jim Counnchcr was wired
for and cume up this week.
Mr. E. Plowright returned Sunday
from his visit to the Upper Country.
During his sojourn there ho luul lhe
misfortune to break his collar bone
und is now foroed to curry his right
arm in a sling.
We are sorry to nave to record another dcuth in our midst this week.
On Sunday night the youngest child
of Mr. anil Mrs. R. Love died. The
funeral took place on Cliristmns Day
to the cemetery, Mr. J. F. Armstrong
officiating at the grave.
Several of tho boys rigged Mr. Peter
Sebastian out in a now suit of clothes
on Christinas Day. Peter wus highly
pleused with the gift aud spins a great
yarn about the lurk he had with the
boys thut dny. He thinks ho got a
little the best of the lark uud no doubt
he did.
The ball nt Field on Wednesday
night was a great success. About 25
couple were present. The committee
of management deserve credit for the
manner in which all the details had
been arranged. All present enjoyed
themselves and declared it one of the
best ever given in Field.
On Monday evening Mr. Jus. Hamilton, iu a cutler, was trying to puss u
team on the bridge when his horse took
fright and bolted leaving the cutter
behind. Jimmy hung ou to the lines
till ho reached the end ol the bridge,
when ho was forced to let the horse go.
Fortunately no serious dumago was
The curlers have been out of luck
this week. Owing to tho ice jam
the Kicking Horse changed its course
aud overflowed the flat in the vicinity
of the hospital and flooded the rink
to such nn extent that it was impossible to have any sport. It wns found
necessary to build a foot bridge from
the Hospital to the tramway, the river
making the road impassable.
Ou Monday ' lust Mr. Bob Rusk
cleared off ii   largo patch of ice on the
In regard to social news thero is not
much to chronicle this week, everybody busy with preparations for Xmns
The usual Friday evening Quadrille
Club dance came off. The C.P.R. pay
car came in Sunday night and gave all
a chance to invest in toys and presents
for their beloved ones. Tlio storekeepers were all doing a flourishing business Monday, and were kept busy till
late at night. Some convivial spirits
kept the arrival of the holiday up till
Christmas morning, saying, "Cliristmns comes but once a year." Tli is is
the season of tho year when everybody
tries to enjoy themselves and make all
otliers happy.
The principal event wns the Christ-
inns tree festival of the .Sunday school
at the Presbyterian Church. By 8
o'clock Monday evening the church
was comfortably filled, especially were
the children out iu great force. Opposite to the entrance, on the platform,
was observed an old fashioned fireplace
nml chimney, apparently made of real
brick, and on the right hand side of
the platform a large Christmas Tree
reaching up to the ceiling loaded with
toys, books, etc. '
The congregation being called to
oroer the Rev. W. R. Ross opened the
proceedings with a short address aneut
tho season and saying that tho whole
proceedings were under the management of the Sunday school staff ol
teachers and officers. Mr. Hiingerford
Supt. of the Sunday school then announced the opening which was a
chorus by the scholars entitled "Jesus
bids us shine." The next on the pro-
gramma was a recitation by Muster
Jos. Shaw, "Morality," which was
well rendered. Next ia order was a
play entitled "Santa Cluus." The
curtain being drawn, showed two oltl
women asleep at each side of the fireplace, to the shelf of whicli were hniig
three immense stockings. Now was
hoard the jingle of sleigh bells and the
stamping of hoofs. One of the old
women (Christine Mitchell) awakes,
yawns and gets up and looks out of
tho window, seems surprised and
comes buck nnd wakes thu other old
woman (Katie Ross), ihey belli look
out, then the hitter goes buck to her
chair and nods and fulls asleep again,
Thero is another clutter nsof hoofs ami
Santa Clans is heard addressing his
imaginary steeds of reindeer milling
them by name. The lirst old woman
hides behind the chimney inul S.tntii
Cluus comes apparently down the
chimney aud through the fireplace,
looks cautiously around ami seeing the
old woiuan asleep lakes the bag from
his shoulder and proceetls to till the
stockings. After the bug is empty
he looks round once more uud retires
through the chimney. Tlie first olu
woman ivakis up tho other one again
and they look with pleasure depicted
on their faces at all the presents. Miss
Ross, behind a screen, recited poetry
descriptive of the whole proceedings,
Tho next number wns a recitation,
"Nativity," by Master James Shaw.
Then cnnio the piece do resistance of
the evening, a cantata entitled "Tho
Fairy Queen und tho Brownies." jV
CHpluiii of the Brownies (Frank Cour-
sen) appears, iu recitation he tells thut
iSiiiitu Clans is short of presents mid
that the Brownies wero going to ask
the Fairy Queen to help him. He
culls to tho rest of tho Brownies who
seem to belong to ull nations, Japanese
Included, ami they sit down and chant
an invocation to the Fairy Queen.
Then you hear sweet voices nus-ver
und tho Fairy Queen (Miss Ida Hobbs)
surrounded by her court appears
dressed all in white, with spangles all
over their upparel nnd luistic wunds in
their hands. The Brownies tell their
troubles and aro.told by the Queen to ���
fetch Santa Cluus before her. A messenger is seut and Santa Claus conies
in bowing to tho Q leen. Tho Fairy
Queen graciously consents to help old
Santa Clans, and marnhulls her force
iu lino und by the waving of their mis-
tic wands transform every brick in the
chimney into n box containing presents
This being consummated they all join
in a chorus of praise to the Queen of
the Fairies and all retire singing a
stirring anthem.
Too much credit cannot bo given
Miss Ross for the trouble und time it
must have taken her to bring the
children to such a degree of perfection
iu noting nml singing, it would havo
done credit to grown up people. The
time nt Miss Ross' dispoj-i! ,.ai short
but everything passed off without a
hitch. The next recitation, "Tho
Vulo of Avoka," wus delivered by Miss
Nelly iSliuw, followed by "Just before
Christmas," by Miss Maud Ogilvie,
which created much laughter. The
next number wus a dialogue, ' Santa
Clans' Trouble and its Happy Ending."
This is somewhat similar to tho cuuta-
ta. It represents Santa Claus, who is
perplexed for tho wuut of enough presents, I lien bethinks himself of a magic,
whistle with which to call the Fairy
Queen, who answering the call helps
him out again. Ho theu proceeds to
demolish the chimney and taking
brick after brick calls out the Humes
of their respective owners. The stockings wore then emptied and the tree
stripped of its presents and the entertainment closed wiih the singing of
" Wlien He Comes " uud the pronouncing of the Benediction.
An amusing feuturo occurred during
the distribution of prescuts whon Mr.
Simon Fruzer's nnniowiis called. After
much coaxing he was persuaded lo get,
u)) und was presented with a pig's tail
with a label attached reading, "A
corner in pork," ho wus completely
dumbfounded however when one of tho
Brownies brought hiin a present consisting of a Imliy's knitted jucket and
cap. Simon being it bachelor his looks
uud embuiriismciit. cau be better imagined than described. On closer inspection it wns foiuid to be intended
for .Mr. Jus. Fruser's youngest.
Everybody enjoyed themselves and
all went home well pleased with tha
evening's entertainment, Apropos, I
must not for-ut Santa Claus who was
creditably personated by Mr. Manna.
Christmas night a few of the bachelors conceived the idea of winding up
the festivitfes with a dance and managed to hiivealtout 15couple. All hud
a good time, thus ending one of the
most enjoyable Christians celebration*
in Donald.
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pro-nine* to brine: bark lb* proo-pei itr
of 1SS0 10 U-ajlviile, C-ol.     Onsskilge
iO ieel wiile las bt��n -lisyttiv-nred.
Osss* ��T eEsse- L-jUt-Rry- Oi-.'.��.
.    J. jU. ateLeair. an   *>!itli   lernvrr  (rent.
Tne disc-Ken-   ef lieb groJd ran .   -i      -  ���   .-      -      ,1 ,.
_     "  \^*_l _u ,u . jCsinraoov is in \itriii'-i-ir��..    llf-JLt-ntn t-iuscp
to Britiek Cblambiit   in IHiiil. awl l��*i*|
*i-i��- bis arrival  rbetm t*ug,i*^(irili in lanit,:,- j
jiuglin lleapiier tonjiitir      Hu  eansy
J A Mara, M I", lias   'inithsn.'-! ibe|fmsa, .Sut West Intil*-; in  ifa- ���U}id
interests of WC Mnirbtiinl iu 1 fas-mil--. '���: ih*'ttoi-l trairw.      Ha l��te*   Imck witlta
claiins, loc;iUvl .Mine limei ago on lire 1 bim 10 bis baune ^laAKi. iIhi iubshiJi ul
-���rest side of lli-e lake.���Sat��*i. Lt-dge. 1 ihiH-r-tbree years of faatnl M*ir m ibv
Ore from Trail cm* minescoritiniiies B-ilsev He ***> * h * J*"' *��� *"" >"*
lobeshipiwd from ihe Qtimdian eideij^^ ���** kuow Um *ie'- ���*���*���������.
of tbe iinernalioniil Uinnilarrnotwith- ����� ��* *1"9- *����**���"�� ""�� W-bew ��* WT��
siauiling that a new road bas ken|��,*a **"[*?> j"* ����* ** -���������"��'
oiienai to Xoriiijiort.
rirb. Mr. M-cLf-m �������������� botae in r+rjiV.
He-bus bren iu, Vicierut M-veruIdavs,
celtJenting witib a Sew irietMls.
VtK sb-fturlius tSet-i I-tv .
Service  will    be  Mi?  tia-ctsprmm- \
rem-ruiLig in Ibe MbooJI   hwtm- at ItU ;
oitii'Iuat-al    bjr   R*v. W. R j
Tint Kalin,|��jUr one of ibe incssi airi-i-s-
sible uiint-8 on Slocan lake, bins sevv.i
ions of ore iiss*.** ing 210 onrot-i* ii-adl-r
for Bhipuient.
The latesi repTrtcl jr��bl enatemenit
is al llie ��iiiiix- of llie Kii. Stj-na, i��
ihe Argentine fi -jinMie, wbere lliere i��
mid 10 be more -jokl in srinht ilium tbe! oclock,
Bank of Krj-ljiiid CC-olll bii}-. {Koss.
Thirty touts of   ne fKxn  tue &iv*r j 	
King un Tt��il renouuiaiia, went nn 0111    Rs, our   s-pe^al  otfer
lliu  sieuuitT   Lviiiki   Sumlaiy   areefc. jentnojusj.
iruiistgiiiil 10 lho Grairtt-QiuatM raodti-rI
at   (Kiiuh*-, N\'Vi.      It -nas. valiioi Jil
Byron   VTIiiie   will erct-t a I*V0 luu
emicreiiii-iitw   fur   SUwau   .Star iw-i-utuil j
class ore -.iisl tba t-woeis of tbe Ai|>ba 'i
will |��t in one ef   tO it-ius  -t-snacilj,
either at their i>rts;��n-,- as- at Silru-
������Y-i'rjw-yJir'i-i'B-jlwffll. hear tccr Hron-ii'-n itr*-l
A��ye nt'sl ln.t,h�� ennlmf tlli--ijliivr*IM*jl*rs1riis;
M.v lj���...1.,iiJi^i.'l-,.iiiiu',-!ij.';'.'l'ieela uie l'j uuti-
A-tiij i.iiiictlt-.'iui'K Uiiuiii'jf tue Liirkt o�� Uint
"I Bt-re* tli'-*- tfiMTil myfis. wh'in.i Ifuf iwn fanreib
't lieii��^!~it7iit'Ji-ili)*rr-|i,1.lim.lbe'-inif-c-iitrln^*till;
BUI IMIDIK   t.li.J.J.   111!)   a.llluUI.'l   Ujl   J1.U...1).   lllllt
XIik Li^lii tuieiU-i, tiuii;', mcyn cura at nuod.-
-^\'*'i%I����wt-i''.*ifliii*:iiiry -.'jirp. f'ur tlie *s-or',I"��
Ami lim!,'.* tut ttui! M.:;*.* tsT ttrs*! tomtortllrKK
Wl'iilii't���������  'l''-i'-^-*rnTrii'h,s'hrntlieriu blessett
jValli,i""*-**.l-J. UIUjij.LIj.Uu1 u Iii. lui lint Ijltr,!.
1/ or rnyiyiriliisjtrt-wilst.ssniTiX'* ���vulb-sr.
���flii'Ti" arum nlnvsn -srlto *��pc��rise uuiiiilenik
ti' ���' 1'- -lof.ii'1 -gofivriii'loa ef tint* D-ialnEnsi
lit tt,?- nnicv' fliam lOKMbiid aro nsaitrsnlL
ImSiimu vlie. Snk ��if* ssnjr Itr fKimrtrd
Hurt cio-iiuit kK'Stilil That etlier wkvu-kinajr
V' both' tClvurced ami wUL
Hintinit-r *�� gnisriiBg -nopnlirr icgrrfn fn
FimHtiml.' Tl^re-Bi-*��r lbs-ths- ttrstqunr-
li'tr nt I SIM exceenla thu flaat "-.luixtec ot uuy
A triU..j��.iT to. a ��������� aissTsiiisli n-ffvivr-wex-
pi'C" iftlSntrfw will ��sT a ffcysiriuiiii wen re-
fn'Qtu!,.,'iLidiiuiiftlft-igiiw. Klut' ijnu.1;toir'..t-rteil
iiir.i.li.rtr��r'iTX��rt,s attuT ma-tri/nr".. In hist
��U.l..�� iiili-sDWiiteeu yuiur't. Isti-dr;, Ic isffe
lis.f.-'j.t'iii"��iTtRiiii-t�� ser. becutis*-shrhsrl
"pwuiitiesHiinilo vnjpf a. peausIuL aud
H'lirt lite."*
Three rear*?, swii it liT -u"i*n'��t��? Uffiei
-"ird-u,'r'-rriire-uiuiL Mr..Josepln HiurrhilJAiltavwhoi
srei'tr 1, rtujcigeii to be martturtL T^llOl wwks
tgt'i *rlu.'y iu*rr-ltr-3tell}- ij-tet, tn it carriage.
7 lull- aititeiwliiirK: m Cutr-smi 11* SSaron, Pa.
1'rfty wsria ir.'tiiin��tiiir frimt rhe lime-ml,
11 -t, the j wm- miurrleti in tjunriu'riugr. by
liev. Ii:.. It. �� Wei
A linriiirite-trflrt'inBrotAFrnbtnlims;
sec j.-itriii'iHi. trvirri-irjIliiMu seriipsit -nrl wbo
*rrsutui:i.',ii!itst,i>pi'��'!,iiit-�� tlie- InCa-re. She
UrstteaiHj, to. 1 .'��tt. nVeniint jiwiirbtigsss, and
tiim tlitui tttiW thnr. nn- ���twent-r-rlire' ottstsi
txiirti. stt�� ttnittl ui" a jthoii*. ir'-ph ef ber
5.tttui"Btimsl.in,L Sta?pmiit thf snin *iki-il,
ami ii aw sluiMia a ptctiutr ot HUl-sria li*-"'1-
J-QULTRy r^isitcG.
liu   nj-.i,��l',i-tr
���'�������1,'""i'^i*'i-i-i-i"���iij,��*��"""r��* Trrawm, wttfi .
jf*rtott nwo ttfW9*VT. tHauLiiT mil trtimr 1
#r��H>rw*jNiai'MMr��jl. Tl��ri��t��i��vl*jgo��t
Kii*tilfB ujta��irM��errsK Miain.. A lyi-
Mm BinilH���i�����������!! if��rtec ted thn
Goldan Hospital Socle
It is U'lTciiiiiiie; a -jnestiov ia tlie I
filoean what to do with tbe wrf-OBr*-'.*-*
found io Huiiiv rd live cluiuw. Tbe-y
are not rich oiough <o he eliii.jiije-I, nnti-
nin!r about Wl onncm, kit will lusTetoj,THE IIOSPTrAL i�� now n-sen for (he'
le mined ani mkon oil of the way.      I       adaiiaeioiii el L��u��itt,
BawhidinB of ore hx* kw�� fro. ���n���3."*V W *** '"""iih7^i
.*���..-��. -. o ��.       I       ��HW*��   or   any   lae-alW  of  tb*
tbe Noble file nml fin-i-raii.     Mano'
Tl mnrf nv/f. Ifii" -tr-iclin.tfj IFtw- letriTileiT-jf r��l-;
Tliu i riwis htiinl it sut en lite ��t*k*Mli��- liUi;
d'eli Ziitu, v. lit, neuf as Ikj-blijfaiui ut ll.-lrrs,
ll value tu luu nlurulDi'trsla. li u-Jim. ol i��jui1-
The -iiriiT-r-'ri'-ri-.vt iu His Ir-nvnr -rhitmlicr
Wlt.D. i-ajly bis sits-Lfu tftm-*N ttsualiluK tliai j
thcs^iitiiuHi Pt����r.wf on tltodark fnriTRt iit
.1111.. KuuL'tleii Uiu vrlet-l. u-   Uis, ol ".styU-l
EUUUl. |
rtn. |
"Audi ttmt wi-rr-Tniirj--. nir-Iit r-assstt; Heart"?
otx-ueil tl. po-rlal-i. ,
The ;trto.ltite i E Isles il f,ellrl -'- tllltrll' '
fttxttlue-kiiw tu-jvlb-r- jUDrsld S'l.Hrao.'  t.u* lu.
Thi) via 1,1.1 liaiDU: Jjlll-r tc.BDfifl,ot g-ml-wUl.
"Stlor-i" r��r rnr Utittl tUd vuiee-.sill men .vc- sni-
Ttw iitt-t*1. tit til 1 f-.Fry insriwTMTs' Iff es-rli' wno ;
Au'l t l-'rivv* lne reul yauu ttte.s auxl uUvirs lo
ul in---.
Aiul Lulu, th*)' irljwrij \4 tlm assort I no.
���AVunr fsTfai rliff wiM jlonn, ani tue irstp-
lu-tMi. have ititA'-tiiett
Tlwiit ir����.'��... tttunii tliu illy. I lm\ my hajp
llnitll. |
���n.*ltl.��Ui.< tt��Hal|-ti�� diiilil*-)* srlrsci-Vlhsit
War Ujj'.hU..Witu.!ilaKlt-4C.V>ai-)i-vt-ftii*il-H-lll.
Tlnri-i'iM ��m��la rlsway In lbs sttaatoitr et
Wdu kmjsls nt trj-e cUattrl if nl rial., im nt oltl;
jVij'1 liiitiif-i lit'i tluir .yvs Ivr souiu Wtt-ti lu-
Aud billet: lilts t-ii*;>-y uu g'jhluls -if t*uld.
"Aittfi -nr my Isun Itjili-Mm all fr��flfte-psi dts^
tresfietf :
-i'.iI nu uiuat tlesrvs-ymiawaiiilererstllU
siidt tn- tha slmylisMis. the uuuu ot the
And iila..- tha swesi ausasce to men of ifttoil-
flm tMrtt-r. tB.Tfc teuti��. f,o> trntlket row pi few.
Irriitui.l,d.i.trii'ji!*-iiii. S-'."ilritit..-ii ar ot per cttat.
ol tint- pwalrr tiy -H-ttit to ntiixib.*'.. II -trkw macht
Jill.iir'i.-jLrrulr vt'.T*!iLtu-ir.-r;iitffl*| tilj.-is-, IhtllU the
\i iiitiiit itr. h'trijit*. tin knycr prices.
AIL musts, iluoolsl tw k-veli or pmrnffel
���vit h each atJuer. -BrrMrtr-L- it ,-srir6,'si est roaits
��. so -I't.'itiii'i-itV tthtit. the rear rnKtinam
���liKt'/.-rl.'.r.iira rhoH-t iu trmtr. th? brn-i will
���t.lt'triys'c.mi'ivri'ifiiilil'iintrjtiia? llrlTKlMpr f-Sr-arr*.
IV im��t, 5irr'��m -tunU alwntj-s tsrstaUled
lefon*'l.:.-ir:ii's...,at*iii'Ejstsat -rc-li-ilietl otber-
wi.-e-. ��-.���.��- {attu-niiat rfnet-t lur market
c��cu.nK��l chtit tuiK Wen scublrt-tl will often
iiilnsre tLbein to. ttut nuire outl to fj-itisa
WBie'ii UM Torm-r pmrltiy imj emrfftimT fn
muiLt ctku.* it wiUh*'i��*tit,tocrjv��iii|B- t-Tery*
aeMv -lays, to, fresh puitUHl in milertutavuii]
liltii- KotmilywlUtliei^id-jWi-seajti-rtlio
tliiit'jf'j, bat lutttur heulth. viiU he maila-
h iiLwiayti,is LiaMIity that they will Iw-rin
ttuplvt.-k feathiic* Jnrni oisritanthrr.-imt list
ii-uuas ��ie Iwn le��n��s tttdwtenenmit lo
siKil Iier. Tilt oaL; surer mire it tu Will tha
hen. emit the suoner it is dull*! tlie Urtter.
���n.e*"t:iefstf ia Swedea aumhei- aty��I.
They fe. r v.i.. SaV I-1 ��� i t -ikr. :h*esr.
TIiiHt, ..rem . in "Uir-tiir.jri.scsirriiWsei':-
ii. iH'tcr i. i|c Cli"; V n a; ttmif i rgathias..
Ken. -R'illi.im Burith, <���' the Salvation
Artrii-r,. inats-ot I'* je-nrs of upr-. snilE-kaa
active aoxl viKtannn. .ts, nuny mum ot ID.
The sautUi-st t'bv.nru> sue' in Hut morW Is
lhat. of St.. Helena, the ln-lop ot which has
in.li-aih iitua over llirw cltrsrjTneii.
Ws�� I.ttt-T M. Ibsith, a da-SKhtrrof Cen.
Bovchip Umi'- :r��.u apii'r.iij't.cil ct'Vj.btijtiiileT of
llir !-al.int i��a  Array in bulla, with her |
ternhj-mirtei-H. it Rc��-ir>Hv.
jt-iimi iine-rritrutif, ncmiv t*n|i��nifsirpon |
ihjf voX, -j-wt-thlitd ajon tin- stej, one lain! i
ipwn mu' ami ttdtiviitiiiii. faut cucrj one of |
-,h.��Ke. BitiKt lie st iu lost tmieift fall ad- |
titsitaite ot the otltet-r.. If eft her falhiihort
su u-i- than It��itsvn ptoDurtUiu thu urop Is
likely to tail short.
JVi^bavetl*< ����*��**���*  ��"f�� PKIGE-Ten Mar. per year or Six
1,000 tons uf at-no ��a*r tne latBrr**'        Dollar* per ball yeait.
Forks  before  ike  end U Lt.-asaiilsM-. L~. ,.rT��� ,>> .     . .
BCO EXTRAS exttpt private wards.    '
Four imia-i are hanlitie; I����iL-iu��iiit��
ere to Ten Mile irnna?, fi-ora * Uth it
wilt be taken by sJblck lo &-*&-.
alifti tot Ine aolplsss. to sluvos in their
tl'UUUllv I!) I
Tatbti tleatli^aiaiti-d *lt-����rsrwli��Bl��rjtiiujji
thtiLsw.l ....
To. Um wt-U* uf ibe *Mcrrt. wban tUrstea tho
��anit)ls-      ...........
to-the rocks and lhe nltfalia whera wanuer-
ud the ewes.
rmttreiTiwrnrnfeot" nrnnishiMl paper art.
coiniiif-in'tn. fiiti-r in l'runce..
BirniWlL" m tiflr far riilR. wJiieh fs hot Ti neat
amidre-iny, is utimle o( wmtu, woalureot-
torji, ly theaiil��f Htenttcicfs.
A piiatjv.'xttfe Jixuiie' lotSiir ITnifo firror
ivithr away h-rs-seineia, and the- anhnola-1
llhtensre-lntsi .-mm tu> ar-pcH'iviitie' it. as. lb
ud.j,a8tK.itrselt toenrry atotian U the nsck. I
I*liT��rrriittl��-tntctiMfi' by Um lilts, been in- '
Tented try M. IIitytT, at I-istrisi. A speel-
meoimf stwajK sarlilecteill to m. seven test���
uhb' Utuulreil and sorty-efRht' hears ita a
potter's fin-urnec���rend came: out with its
-"laze almost perfect.   i
There ltad keen ao nib on Thnr ing
Branch lor nearly ram tmnilw.
Ch-st. TwitcheDwas nr-Hitly t-rtneersedi
shout him encni amt *��������* hia eetteo. The.
eecntwe-thl n��t ear well ser the cotton
make' Kauli hells, aulas water weret
fcrthewniiijcitii soi ne* shops- before uinny
days. If* was ���fti-wia*'* at tliin. tttuei
rreath- Inxahkil aliMtt hia onl}* ik-ia, "liter, lie baeiUr kbuw wluula vt bis wor-
���nmwawt^ipia'ler. let then- was is
difteteuee. lbs- knew jaet then ��4 no
wny by whiiiula-i-nH-ail tuutri4 J-apiter
Piuviiu*. irrt he (ouhlr-��*��� tluusglit ha
eoolilt- wuuol bis. -bsn-drter. Kisliy.
Ki*liy. it may be-sakl, wua.uu.Uuii in<-
terite-rtiitUni, ot Sopht-ndshiii
-11 tW (-used trw-iB. du> rot sp."* ho
solfltMitsio'd. -I revkwa we'll haver to
���taiul tlie iseket swiMihaiw. Bnt. by
sui^yr���tlii��wis��llis*-s-ui*iiiiis, tiror-
keidttb���"lyiiiiiiity. ��><: lJ JuJuiiHenry
jPmljP't uawries. Kisby Twitcta-dX tnout
���iy mm-eiit he'Brget iiptaniiiHranil stu.r
ip b-ttKar- thaa must fuola. uf. Lia, heib
shiihiImt* oe, -*- ** **i
Bat. in tha- sntrrre- ef thBifpr, there-
were* smaiiry ��*'*'��-* and. pluttingsi
asaieat tii��pmeb<al thu.
the siuiti-u ii4M*-ii*wii. duwiii ut tinrv.ip-
taia'si-Mid'K; howe. whkrh the- jeriii-it
entry efjiiu-i Hem-r hul Wtouu-ti*. tUttiavi
wlien hia. aiuaul vne want after water.
-"Idc-s't know wheat well better do.
Paw'il ae-ton tee in* Bsarty lb* Oltl
FeB-srhiuaHrll as ycuv Min Henry. ��
nei-Iy eiuil sew what -uult-M. liuu. auset
a-piinst ve."
"kill tell y,i-a ���*%, HSibr. n'sprrrei.
derrstdi a-niltoline-ui. if ha in yixir pnw.
Bntiten't timi worry l'*re* uiuiuxl it.
all ester ami I've tbaieadtt np. auvlitiU'S
worth, twoi of hie. yet. If e-rertiiinic
wuerk*out weB. jour filtbi r inaiyuis-si-
lly sw/e: Ida -wttotx. bent lw'st hnnikl tu>
sW- his girl, sure as. QxA. uumiu littla
-*I alar sis listae-is yeti want firrart.
Milt Uenry." ami Nishjr. nuiier the. i
floar ef this ee��slesa*riti, aBouf-r her
surer te> kiss her without buausie bis
tflis. ntter tue uiost apjjinwwl Uanri'i--;
Branch uatnaer. "Teli uu. %ui+ >�����a
-Nuw, Niak-r. nerer yeei swmiT.. All
yon've git to 4> is tostaw rl��ht at huuist
vaStfaabtmrtMutrtit^mimx^        ���-'*�����
"Yin. KMbyt" aea-r VBBJt-. lnsfirill
���nadsaaa* tones trens tiiedii-ectieu ot tlm
captain * hnuiw.   -Where- iai'io.1**
-Kviw. Jonn Henry, yust skip."- snfrl
Fishy, sabiiiittiiiif tu. aiiiotlwT Dupcinit
Breach earresu.    "Thai�� luitw. - aue'il .
Is doMru bete stctii's L anaweir- '
-I'm, si tnisnin'. ius��.'
A i*-***-lays hater su. the news- ffew- np
���ml d-wrn Duutiiut Brandi thnt Fiuf. .
jDrylbipfer. the laatnns gutr*iiuii��nt ex-
sert, was abwat to Tiuit tliat reifinu in
���nlertntmt s��nne al Lis pei'-Bli.rtlieii-
lien hi rej-jinl to ptulaarisar rtuu hy arti-
acul sn-esaaB. The f rutcawir. tt was
sail, hail recently Wm .Jiiu-jiu-r |li*
%*���*:*>> of -H-ollwrn snd western Tuxes,
ami nuw pnipojieil t*> shew the Mks iu
���riddle Uevcirn k-n-ar ti> hsiulNinsIn
autmesntn tears with a, few '������"""'������nsi
artiat*sially spuiied.
-By rnlchty. sh-r sjnotb thwe-rritafn,
1 ikm't btdie-ve the luau. can. cuu-ilriu.' b
adt'ceot ���.prinliJe.'*
shg vsen and tottini. tb�� seas skeptical
he-Kwv. Pneently it wns awuauu-e-l
tlwit Prnf*. Dryikp-ter wnnM uutm> bis
Vrst ho-ar��� sotosfieisk���hHI.-re �� Dnrtein-r
Bratwh am..euKii va, Inapt Twucuult's
Ationt that tha* NTshy reeeivetl it
setter bv spei'ittvl mesttenater umi fejri*
lively eniveyt.il. thut aeuUMtl to uot her
in liiA v -mi lir.mer. ii'he.wntikl expluirt
aotuuiie .u ally oetly. bnt w��ut ahwiil tho
in nattiug time'. Prmtoaj-ly she hail
been ntiher iniwdr ami pteeax'viteil.
���^j5��*i*t see what's cotua- over titekW. "
���aid her father -If thnt John. Henry
was about, I aiiouLd say be was. respoua-
But, tbTirptb Sfr. P^hret ha-l net been
seen en Uuncing Bnuieh fer, as suwei
expreesed it, "It mouth* at -ds-uisLtu-s.** his
alirteuj-v waii. mu:. than rey-lurvii to tho
ra-atainV utii-il hy ait a*rjent uftbe-creat
DryiVa-vper. By the time the kiler hail ,
fina-hwl exnlafciinir snil aers.wului'r, '
Capt Twittrhell haa agtverl to give up.
his hejt barn down In the Brunch lie* tout
for ths aavpwe ot lurtlierinu the pro-
leesur's ekiaIilr'iM��IwUj>iii( tvetathios.
-iliuil tmi. tlituaich,'' stiiiahilril thai
ftrndeuteatiUin, "if the rain ibio't come,
that teller baa -jut to pay nut for thn us*
taair one aflerneen the rreurt Dry-
dsptier arrired with a neKroi it urmle, a
currf-eil wan��o tiyhtly clcaed and t)
ti^uijimtl-j-iavair of mystery ami iinpor- '.
tauce.   Ho drove ttra'aclit to the big;
barn in the' bottom ami instmi-t**d his
darky to close tit* doors,   niiortly hs
e.uiu- oat irftxl tuok a ssKe snitey uf ths .
taeavetw, with tbet afar of a <h>ioiueu who
held the clerk ef the weather rontina-
ally at hhi hock ami -nsla.   lw wj4*uiaU
cf stature, yet uf great���net to suy ter-.''
rlble���disuity.  lu fart his dipnity waa
���ooverpowerinic that Capr. Twitchell
completely nenhtcteil tn let the profetsor A
know of bis intentions regarding the
His professional ^reparations were to
he made in secretr'AWn at the big barn
tout night. AH that ho could be got to
suy wus:
r-j-By. morning look ont for signs of
rain. You had all better go to bed; bnt
if yon will hung around'that barn it
might he safer to bring your, umbrellas.
There is no knowing what may happen
Ami he vHhdrew, magnificent in his
impenetrability.,   But,  w.ieu relieved
oi the oppressiveness or' t.io |ir'iif��tis|ir'*
I pi-i-tence.  the captain's liuturnl skepti-
[ ci-uii ar-s 'i*te I itself fur aiiuirni'iit.
"I liiili believe hets-i.urge sintdhumbug," Bui 1 he.
But litter ini. when-they told him thnt
Jinlf the population of Uuneing liriinch
wns winuiiiiig,   sitting  nntl  stHitiiing
lironnd niu burn, curiosity gut tlio uetier
lui pradeni"*.
"uiil wm linn," he said, "yon keep an
leyn on Kill*/ here, nnd ill jnst run
I un wn the. v inul see what thut fool is up
|tu, iiiiynov.'."
So the captain iTisannmreil, bnt did
���rot  return.     Mrs. .Twitchell,  feelliiit'1
luewisu tue itch of un uiisutisiied de*
eire. fli-rlly grew itn-fovoriirinly re"'--",
'lleir s'lz/,!" sin* coiii;'���'*- 1, " ..''
ein ��� ��� n . '.'pin' the cu; i' **'t li
genenillv. he never stays 0 ! 1> it' i
c'lrht it'll 'c :. 1'ii't nn your hint' ef it nil
���jtinivl, Ms v, nnd'we'll je.-t s.iy i.eni.
.ueiu niiii fii.ii.-ii y'iur.puiv lijuik."
The nirl ii,'i'.'-eil and tlie two burred
inwil "'1 tli' Imtttiji. .On the iv, y >" ��iy
I'tiicp:-iin.il ttiiitiierhead Wis li* ,���
Iier worse She had lnvent-l n pr r.t
1 eilitcrre previously.    She was Hi   wen
Pto return on ciiiiuition oi.itri' M'ing m-
llietliutely to bed, buiitliy hint) -.ml red
dunes lu.onjlk the ii..i...t, ..i'.lie briri.
I'liuip.eiely i-uin.neri.il tllli.-}.*! la '���������.  tii e
I diitvrmit 1 tu witness I'.ry .ipper'f
rn ti but wiih nature if she sut up all
I niyht, .'���������/.'   ���
'iiiis s'-ii did; while,   nuennscimts of
I the vicinity uf ills Wife, 1. e , ���..i....i
i.iiic.ie i au i no i'.irJ at u lilm' il.-,. nr*
I niiiiil iin ci'niviK     Tlie ���hours ��� niissvil
.iiwly. let -.  e people l'eiinii icil.
The wi'nf st r ..iiii .'orliiiiiu u lights or
' fir h, us Iieing lun.iii'iil to his success.
Thu captni.i a ul his wile stay-M un,
i tiwever, l'i.MjiiigrlieiiinatiKiii, uuil wiiei-
J t.ug llnir icnipera uuli ile.iiy,
Whell niiir..iugnt hint inv. od over the,
[r.'isierii hills Upon lius sleepy uinl peeV-
lisli 'nn i"ic".   there  was  ."'itlter imy
laiit-n ol ruin in the iky uu.' il.e iuoiue tue
| burn.
"i sui 1 he Wns a linmbn**:," exc'iiimed
| t'le Ciipi.iiri, uu no wi-aliiiuil/ bui'o.upju
| tuU Uil'il ...lO.'S.
The criiivii jmnroil in, tn Hnd on'y the
I mnl tu nl ivugifii. lu.-i le tlie last were
I sume empty Ihix"*.' it.it liier.e ivus iiu
llji'y,iu|i|iei'ii.u'i iiiitiivise no ue^ro.
"i ihiie. e Hints jir is i.ewiitii in mule
and ivairiri.' ti.ii'.l' ujitt man triiiu.'6v��r,.
'auniit 1'iu'i.e j.'oj'���s.
lirasis invii  ctnisiri to John Hen-
y,' i.it>uniii i..o c.,ii.an, growiiijc sus.
citiiiA.it untie.,   "liei'ii, old   wtuiiiiii!'
iil'iiii.  uu.ici ig nis wile at lust.
- iiiii'ius Nisity?" j"
lint tiieni i lu.iy .ivs mn'iiiig dnnbln-
qiuciil.'ui ii--, mi*  luu Iliiii.-nt.    lliu   cup'
I ..in luiiu.ie..     A   coii|ilu   met theiu
��� ii!i:u./ ..t ..lo Uoiir.    ii IVaj oopuou'
Luri uinl Ju ill Henry, * j
��� .Vis a iiviiciiei..'-' cried the mother.
If Villi illlilV���'"
"i.^.-icii-e  ine.-  munn."  interriiptntl
Jtilin Henry,   "Sopnuiiisiiy   lau���ei  is
her iiuiiiit miv.    I'uisou lireei., lie iiiur-
rieil ns 'luu-j about three hour uiiu u
'half a.,'0."
Well,  I never!"   exclalmetl  Mrs.
Twitchell. bnt   lie was too overcome lo
|bay ii ure jjist tuen.
'Swiiiiucii oui'n rain and daughter,
i." groaned  tuo  captain,   wuiio tue
_iib,>io ue���.u^ ii.ui bujii tu 0.... ...a
Well," srmt-d John Henry, "y-va
riiiliiie tii siudy np some pluii tugei.
Isiiy, so 1 pit t'uiiiti i Brtis nun ul.,
red lllrr-er lllilli in tix u'-ili ; ul'.i.
us Driil-pl11'!-* the suheme luii-c oi-t-
tr'nl e���.-|" c,,... u..ii.' t.n.ib i.iuiiM"*,
hati evci1 .in:,,' lea,Iv, so while Jon *u��
us tltiivn tn tue 1 urn, me u id JNisuy,
enli*i|iel niiii got ni.iriiiiil.'-
"It'iitili'1!' griiiii''l"d im- ciinfiln s't-
iilig ilov.ti Hllu loute.ajf ll.jiii.l lllsDuU-iit
".'.ever rnlntl, puw," snid Nishyen-
rnnriigiugly, *-ritu renl,_ all-wu I'Di-.v*.
ilippiris o t.| i;; |i> iiin.'rii'.r. Ltt'u jro
.iti inlvitii fust. n.-iTin' niHrrieaisliuiu
"���ui'.i, inn I'm hitiigiy, tmi."
to iniiiiers were gl'iirt.'itil'y sinnntheil
cm, iiiiu uii.ii t.iu geiiiiiiiv Iu,ilappii-
iii'l liu.illy i.iTi.-o lie iiiuu.-iit ii veri.uiile
c oii'lliiiM in iiiMWi.it*. U'liicliigJJruiit'ii
InuIiiiiih wei-o iiveWlowetl, an;, nt lattt
iici'tiiliits. liu I'vuiiiii hill si riven fu
i.egiiti.itc with tuo pi'1-ti's..or liir a spell
tf drv ��e.1 Iier.
! ��r)U.ueiiei)p.��nro ti"ver sitisfiel.
t  _', aiiiiplii (iiiirs,
j There nre a foiVHltnplerilliw Htheuare
df llVOttllrK.it ,(.l  ..III IS.   WHICH    if   ,i||.
i-rveil wi.t iii'ir.y m'v.uys ui..��e stoca-
..owing 1 i'ltllttiiil ���:
1 t'';ir. wii ig.M.,| nnimnK It costi
lint little inure tn tin tins tlttiii tn stun
sitii si'i'iiits,   'inn Hervioi' nt tiiiirniiuii
i.eil in.i s cimis, ill iiiii.OiM U.ue-i, su
itt.H. llll.i ill inns; lorr,..itie* ,.ter are   sit
mI.. ncc. -wiul . that no fnr.uer cau
.furl to jist; it -Htm . Th�� larii.tr who
t*'l*tisi"itriy bv, ei.s lrnin lim ungiihreu.
i.es. will 1 upr ice his storlc citiiliniiurlc,
3.   N nr ����,i iinw ���,�����<  liuiii v',a
ejii.o tnat yuu rim feed Weil, 'iuo
.ruiei* who <>versto Ota 1.M |*astnres,
"��l��ten hiilHiid, ...i.i is nt liiu ...eirv
t tue weiitlier. fnr every drouth hriugs
is entile to n sturcuiioii tliet, nud often
nines | tie,.i iiiv.ichy. uud the  furiuer
uu lllRj-^3 ly ..'.' _,u;-j ��tu��� -uuu
FOR $2.25
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llliitilratailJltsrary snil tall/monthly, The llliia-
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-lUMiittitloa In club Willi ear paper upon tin .piylnlly
lllwral lonmi qaattxl altttr.-, snd wa an alNOnsl'linl to
oftrtr lo each milwcrilwr, .Fife, n lar��,i suit lifinf|.i<ma
t'TOtnluin hook, .nutlml, "Twrnly Oimplelo
Norelelleft bv Pii-.il.ni- AhiIioim." Tims
our wUwtrllwrt, tor WkliU? elnnt it-a of lho slmra
ItltinJ o'lttr, tiitiy tieciire, In sit'lillri lo their rarnrlta
lvitna iioinpaiisr, a year's siilMerlrulon to oneol tho
bettlaotlini-slpopiil.i-' literary anil family pitper. vtiti-
llsbed, ami al��t ni altnyrtlr. sttl .ntortainlnu lionlt
eontalnloT twenty eornplete noyRlettos hv tncnly of
lhe raofil fainou* snlltors of Atnerica, EDirlntiil and
Franoe-in fact, alnme attionnt of tint most fanciuitlnii
leading tnauar at tho moat li-UUos cost.
to a toreo utn} hwUmme 10-pnsa M-cnlnmn lllnsv
traterl litomry ami tvnttr pfiner, ���"���-���� *���������-
$u#inc&& QCav2k#��
Hon. J, A. Lougiiekp, Q,C.
G. 8,
IdOUffheed  4k
Barristers, Advocjil-es, Solicitors, Notaries
Etc., Etc.
Solicitor.* tor l?ank of Montreal.
Calgary, - N.W.T.
K. J. jKmtsms.
D.L.8. & P.T,.��. for B.C. DOMINION &
Drauffbtsiimn, Vuliuttor.etc,. C A LGAKY,
N��W. T,   CorroMjHiudenco Solicitcil.
R.J.JEPHSON, D.L.S..P.L.S. of B.C. &Ont.
and mnr.tlnfnir Hartal and Khort
pnh'luhnil mrmthly.
HfnrFrt-i hy ttte moat
poptitur nnthmiL FktAtihw. Pof.mn nwr-ftil Mlrvellnny,
Hiu^itii. Ohlidren'fi and HttntorocM Jiemrriiiflntp,
and arerytlitnt; to unn-n, mtttrtsin and ln��trnet mch
matnher of tne rH-ntlv elrota Arnnnv th�� wntnn*
whoso nforiea eonawntTj anrwir It Tub ItumttATtm
noin fJiiiwr aro Mm, Rm-n-t. P. K V. rftmtlifrorth,
Mrn. M��rv J. rFolmiw, Chsrlotta M. HiwnaJfm Ann
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The liiipeiiul Hank of Canada.
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The Massey-llurrib Co. (Ltd).etc., etc.
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P. MoCaktiiv, Q.C.
Ahsou. Mum. Inst. C.E.
jWISrilVG   KlVfif-VFFR,
Cociikank, Aliia.���Ft. Steele, B.C.
Mining! Smelting
CO, (Liraited)
A. leofred,
'llrailiiute of Laval and Mcllill.)
Head Office, Qufjiibi) ;  Brunch  Offices
Shebiiiiooke, &, 17 Pluce d'Annes
Hill. MllNTBEAL.
which Is Inten-oly lnlonj.1 iot. It ct-mprlsM a wl-olo
t-Basoo*. detiehtfiil revlitir. and Is hy far the Mrptwf.
and flnest enaction of complete popnlitr noretetlo-i
erer published In a single yoliimo. Tire title*, of the
twenty eompiate noreleurea eM-talned in IMi book are
ii*der the noJIy Berries.    By omiioit. a.
IkePbaafnmWeeeimr.  *r��.nnm-inan.
Tae eyierr** ��T-irnl.i��.   ��*��� Wm Hem WimH.
Bfaantshlae aa* Miira-arrllFs.   By "lit. nn.
rae Rontta-nnn ar Aatwertrt.   By Kra jtnn a.
The atery "To 1,1ft".   By am ����ci-to�� Pl.mlii-i
Old Rudderr.ird Halt.   Bv at. M. t: Br..Mon.
nitiaebe ar Hoaallen.   By juo-t-.*"-Dnm-a.
A Tale er Tkran Llnas.   Bv H KMn- nuntd.
..�� Iteama) la Iks Air.  Bv -"it��� vtrn..
Tae Starr ef Heloa.  Bv thrnj* a. n��"-i��.^
Tsw Caatala er tae Pale-Man By a. o���.n
���>���>. JJ��n->^-. ....'...- W-.  *.nr>fl   .n^'n
Tae Duel la Uorao Wa��4.   b' Wiiitocwtina
Tae sUlftesa of Wkllsea Craaare.   By a. B
mnaf aaj-nt.. n- *s,rr Kvt- n-a.��i __
The Blnrkamlth-o Paaehler. Bv rtl�� w. rltrra,
Theat*alptnr.nr*llfla-eaa.   By Srlvnnu. c���l,t>, Jr.
The Pi��i-m> Dlnat.aaa.   a- a-.
Asker.lt stall.  ~ '
Samuel S. Fowler, EJ.,
WfcVTrV** KrwjjVrf'fB.
Properties repor'erl iiimn.    Esthnntes and
plans for ml uiUtJliti-'-ii'iil | l.iiit.i.
P. 0. Box 1,    -    Uclclen, B.C.
Bank Of (.ionireal.
Interest nt Current rules.
W. B. GRAVELEY, Manager.
Geld, Silver fi Lead Ores.
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Cattle, Sboej.* mul
Horse Dealers.
In thn Supremo Court of British Columbia,
1891, H No.��
lletvoeii Alexiiiu'er L. Ifufr-r and Frank
Uoii-;lituu, 1'l.iiutiTs;
Cliiirle-t C. Farroll mul Q. H. Johnson, Do-
To Cliurlos C. Fnrrell mid O. H. Jnlmran of
Fort -Steelo, iu the District of Kuolcntiy,
Take notice thut on the sixth day of An ;ust
IMII, il writ of siiiiiiiions nils i-�����,,. mil 1,1 tlii.-t
Court m-iiinst you nt I lie suit of tho above
niiiiied, Alexaniler I.. Hni'trr uud Frank
lloiiK-hliin, of Fort Steelo, Fret, Minors :
That the si.itl writ was oiirljscd with tho
t'nlliiii iti(- statenioiit of rliiiin;
"The plt,iiitiii'sil���iiii is for tlicfmirrlltitiuii
uf tho rerunls of tlio lleiidwiaul mul l.niral
Teiuler mineral Claims, iu tho nlNeo of the
Miniiifv Ifeeiinlor r.t Fori Steele iu tho Prov
iucn of British Ciiltiinliiii, fer an injunction
riMiriiiiiiu-r the dittentlauls, their servillits,
n-riiits, or itorkiiii'ii from niiteriii'r uisui thu
lateen of the Hills and Luke Slim 0 mul .Mnyea
iiiiiii'r,.l claims, and fur ilanniKits anil the
costs of this iictiitn."
Ami lake notice, fiirlhor. thnt liy nn nn'er
til'llis l.trtlsliip Mr. ilnsiiii' Wiilkeni, dutnl
nthUetoher, IW', it was onlerotl llmtserikro
of lho sniil writ be oH'ccleil Ity [sistin^ I lie
same on tlie ul'ici' of the Miuinir llerortler ut
Fort Steele, and on lho sui I <{��� eon of the
Bills, Mnvea und Luke Shorn cliiiius, ami hy
advertising 11 notice thereof tor ���fiduyn in tho
(���ol.iiEN Eli.i iie��spa|ier, ami thut the do
I'l'isltintsdii enter 1111 appeiiranie ivilliiti!A��
duvs of lho first iiisertioii of such until 0.
Vou ure therofuro required pursuant to
such order lo miter un appearance to lite suid
writ 111 tho office of Umi Hogi-ttrar of this
Court at KamliK.ps, British Ciil.tndiiii. within
-todays of th�� first insertion of tliis iioticu.
Dated this IMith November, IHO*.
A. 0. M. SI-KAli'dE,
Of Dnnaltl, in lite District of Kuotciiay
I'liiintitl's' Solicitor.
First iu-tcrtioti Dec. 1st !KH.
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Before nnother issue of The Golden
Eiia the year 1895, with all its hopes,
cares and fears, will have heen entered
upon, We take this opportunity of
thanking our customers for their
patronage during tho past yeur and
express the hope that thej will continue to patronize home industry ns
much in the future as they have done
in the past. To one and all we present
our compliments and best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Curlers' Hull Postponed.
The curlers havo decided to postpone
their bull, which was advertised for
New Year's Eve, on account of the
low condition of Mr. Harry Connacher.
Hull Bros, ar Co.
This enterprising firm finding their
business increasing; rapidly were compelled to build n larger store neurer
the centre of the town. This store has
just been completed and Mr. Woodley,
agent for the firm, took possession on
Saturday Inst and has been busy all
week putting things in order. This
firm carry the finest stock of meats in
tbe country, fish and game always in
The school examination was held on
Triday cf Inst week. The visitors
present expressed themselves as well
pleased with the progress shown. It
was evident that the teaching had
been thorough. It wns also evident to
all that the seats are very uncomfortable and much behind the nge We
hope that at the summer examination
more of the parents will be present.
The Christmns services at St. Paul't
Church were conducted by Archdeacon
McKay. The decorations were in good
taste and suitable to the season, but
not as elaborate as on previous occasions. Notice was Riven of thn celebration of the Christmas Communion
at morning service on the Gth ol
Several changes have taken place in
Carlin A Lake's store recently. Mr.
Frank Partridge, who had charge of
tbe dry goods department, left on
Monday. Mr. Partridge was a universal favorite with nil the customers
at the Big Store. By his departure
Carlin & Lake lose an obliging nnd
painstaking clerk and one who looked
well after the intersts of bis employers
Mr. G. Fraser who drovo the delivery
wagon left on Saturday for Calgary.
Mr. Alec Sutherland bus been appointed in Mr. Fruiter's place, and Mr.
Harrison, lately from the east, is
assisting in the dry goods department.
A new cleric, Mr. R. Carley, is expected from Winnipeg shoatly.
Notleo of Application for I'crtlHcrite
of Improvements.
Take notice that I, Harold E. For*
iter, free miner'* substituted certificate
No. 35-149, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Gold Commissioner for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that adverse
claims vust be sent to the Mining Recorder, and action commenced before
the issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Harold E. Fousteii,
By bis ngent F. W. Aylmer.
Dated this 29th dny of December,
Navigation fU
The joyous & festive season. Everybody should
make presents. We think so and intend making-
all our customers a substantial Christmas present
in the shape of
A Eebate of 20c.
'���"���  on each Dollar's worth of the following lines of
goods purchased
During the winter a stage will be run between
Golden,,Galena, Windermere, Thunder Hill. Canal
Flat, Wasa and Fort Steele,
leaving Goldon on the following Tuesdays:
November 13 & 27.
December 11 & 25.
���       January 8 & 22.
- February 5 & 19.
March 5 & 19.
April 2 & 16.
and leaving Fort Steele on the alternate Tuesdays.
Will buy a dollar's worth of China, Crockery
and Glassware
Will buy a dollar's worth of Silk Gooda
Handkerchiefs, China Dress Silks. Silk Hand
Bags, Table and Piano Drapes, Handkerchief
Cases, Ladies Underwear, in fact anything
in the silk line
Will Jbuy a dollar's worth of Toys, Picture
Books, Alphabetical Blocks, Etc.
Will buy a dollar's worth of Knives, Forks
Spoons and Plated Ware.
Will buy a dollar's worth of Fancy Plush
Toilet Cases, Manicure Pets, Shaving Sets,
Ladies Purses, Hand Bags, Toilet Sets, Hair
Brushes, Perfumes, Satchets, etc.
This is a clear discount of 20 per cent.   All
goods marked in plain figures.
Golden to Fort Steele 10 cents per pound
When the Company's liability is limited tq Two Dollars per pound.
Special rates given on more valuable parcels.
Through $16.00.       Local 10 cents per mile,
T. B. H. COCHRANE, President;       F. P. ARMSTRONG, Manager.
M.   B.   LANQ
HOOTS & SHOES,        STATIONERY, PIPES,   Etc.,   Etc.
Fine Groceries a Specialty.
H. B. LANG,        Golden. B.C.
Dealers In Everything.
Golderi, B.C.
Manufactures of Sasb, Doors, Moulding*
Turned and Sawn Balusters, Newel Posts, Hand Hails and
Brackets, besides continuing the Machine Shop work.
Have on hand a lot of Wash Basin and Bath


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