BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

Kamloops Wawa May 1, 1895

Item Metadata

Download

Media
kwawa-1.0347404.pdf
Metadata
JSON: kwawa-1.0347404.json
JSON-LD: kwawa-1.0347404-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): kwawa-1.0347404-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: kwawa-1.0347404-rdf.json
Turtle: kwawa-1.0347404-turtle.txt
N-Triples: kwawa-1.0347404-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: kwawa-1.0347404-source.json
Full Text
kwawa-1.0347404-fulltext.txt
Citation
kwawa-1.0347404.ris

Full Text

Array I Skfi./j-''--     -,
\&y->>
aftm.** «p.«--nvTri.jw.yi t-jSTiffwn,,
■ - ;     "• Of
>:> ■; yyyij:
No. 128.
- SO*Centimes.
lO Cents.
,>V -;
B-'kV
w
II, '-t
Vol. IV. No. 5.     KAMLOOPS WAWA.
May, 1895.
P ■
<■£.; -
i £
I -Jt   .
I. -&*.
■te -
•■'a.
£■
1 •"*-■
IK
.he SftOKesl'w/ay to learn,
tint Shorthand is throng-Iv
tUe Chinook, and, the short-
est Way to Uairiv tVie Chinook
is through the-5hort.-.aV.dl.
On, the cover of ttvis paper
vow, ha/vc alt tUott t\ necessary j^or leammg this Sys-
tefwof Shorthand.
V-Take the Alphabet atfkt
fop, of next pctcjt., and go
on> To actupher every woraL
that cowes cdoy\a. You.
Will hardly have deciphered- all tine, matter on this
cover, whm you. will be
Surprised tojind yourself
familiar with ail'the  secrets o) this Shorthand.
•<r. ■ ■
•' This ptxper is nou> produced'by Photo JEwarawm^ia.
process which allovi/s space."
j-or nearly five t.Vr>es as
murL   t-*/k*/- i'i/k«   *-« c'\\nLr\^o
One. pocae of this coritouns
as much as five pot-fles of
the former numbers. By
co^partr-a the spact occupied, by .E^Usr. text in/iilt
type ahd. the samt m Phonography,as in next paa«.
it wilt be seerv fhatompacf*.
iVishorthahd is"ectaal to
tor)0 pages ordinary typt.
vhis paper-j'ss wed/YiOtttA-
iy, at. ^ i.oo per annum.
Posf5tixwp5 accepted. £n-
glish, CanaaVot/n or M.S..    \
To our Headers.
'7*Gji,6-e-e"'ifhc>p
lb? "°A Ay-S^-o^y l>4&*d
^6 one~y y~° *' —d°<. c9C9) -/"
ok. 3<y»^» mX y°y°ey-~
d\r- &° y^ op \>\> dDe
4D^r.^b^6y°y?o
jfr loo u?>. dl^ op>
o-yvKy?  " JA-, o^ G<p "d-od
y<*> 'u Op y*y .„  id Irrs
y°y°4J& op y~~y-<£ G-77yb
cVr\y-*.S\ 2&A G(p ■
->/(b o)^ cop bb I A*y4
c9c9• op **y> ^A —7^*~\^
b <»a r~yx~-y^''^eA o^ey -,y
<^67^Wd^d ^ lb <*h
2y%-
6-T>   ~Lej  G(f>yr)p \,b ?
^ ^ 7^ ^44 ~>4 ^
db Op l>b , £iA G<p ^y*
Opdb<— °^y^y <—
<i>- S L ? Xs o—. ofep
^^db-J^'^y^A orey/y~ff>>
cLyG<po)?^f id& £e6 -^
~dcp, -y^y^;op'}>d§\
°^ fyy>~j ■> A£ <P 6-° &y °yx>
Vi^» . QL-/ sry db~ > Op ^^0
db 43—* t mtf <. - <^ -v_j£ Op
^y> b t>a G(p \l_A J£ ^aG$>
yly^-i^^yA *yo-<2y- 'ty
G<p op ky-»A£ hfi* db ^>5
^y^iy-i ^^»'tc^^tj
i>A -y^cLy C<p <-y>°^-GJ) lb.
I o-xcy Gp (pp ^y~C > <d\ db
&r—oy°*.- \y^ .op2y0)y^
^db 40-r>y°.
Address:   Kditor^f :
Kamloops WclWol,
Kamloops. B.C.
Appr-e.nez la Ste'hoara. -
phie d. Va.ioU.dLiA. Chinook
etle Chinook d 1'a.ids. dx.
la Ste'noqraphie.
II ri'y ex. pas o\e chemin
ptus court poiAr apprt»i.
olr<. la SteVoortxprtit que
■par te(Chinook , et{\ n'y
ex. pa-s ole chemiK. ptus
court pour oLpprendrc.
U Chi'r«Dok awe, par la,
Ste'hofljraphie .
La Stenoarabhit. Duployr
estrw^kt Ste'r>oar<xphie m-
rviVerselU/, s'ocdopt-a^t^
olussV -facilemint a. foutes
les lavuiues ^ morfes on Vi-
Va.v\Tts, jbarbares ou.civi-
liSe'es.
Le (Jhmook est awssi uku
\av\a<xq*. universet, ourX
jfoii plus faw'U cfn^. |c«^-
tcLpuk\ it s'a-pprenct mil'
le foi's plus Wfe. Ves mil-
i it rs~cbrp er~s oft nesltjrtolA teV
nations s'en sont servies cf
S'en serpent tous les jours.
L'AbonK.«tr>ent a. ce pcht
ptxpier-est oU unDcllai-,
ou. Ci'na francs bar an.
Nuvnt'ro $bzu'meyv\y Dix cents'
Ci'rtcyuante Centimes.
Envoyei des Timbres Rnle
Frtxwc^u's, AnaltUS. tToinad^
ouNc4meWcaiiiS'
Adressez ol ITdi'teur tiw.
Kamloops Wawcx.
K'a kvi I Otop s. J. C •{■ Ca n a oJj J
t \? v - '•-
S-jVf ;' - •
I'VU.V,*',
SV*; •''-- ,' A. -
"lc.kJ.1 k!.     .     * I
k»(s''-r>.,*■)■-.'' ■-'' THE   DUPLOYAN   PHONOGRAPHY
Duploycxn Phonetic -Alphabet.
I. Simple,for Chinook.
o
O
CD
O
(3
c
<k_
a.
o
Off
our
WOL
6
tx
'    l
—
/
.d
s~\
•w'
?
(
h   p
\
k
I
sh
5
n.
m
ir.c,
omple
te. fori, ngl
ish.
• O O O c3   ~
•?   <
*•        —
y
k*.
a.   o otr our wa. a. cu  &    u. u. t^n* in, on, un,
hpbt d. j v kq 1 r sh en s  ts n ng rn&ett
IJJ.jVumcVals.
i   a.   3   4- r 6  /• #  ? <?.
Hults. /. /#v/«5 sounds duty.
If. Avoid Anylesd
III. Write I andr upwocrds.
Remark.. The whole shorthand is there :
you need only worti it out.
••^odJ-yy ^y^]> -^yv^ <^rd""~ •
*7r "T0—iPo*-*-'. ^' ^^ ^-xy*y\y
g/czLy> ~y.. c ^.kr^^-.j^ev/^P- <v^ -*_^
j. j^g jpdd 1U7. x <-aiy\yda-y*->-yy
^yylcd.^: ^^y^C-fJd
^yyTr-^y.^yy^^d^ _
\_
-S-^   y y\ y
O^— •' "<9y^y\ £>-^^>, $'\yy/7X cv-^o
{d-^^d^y^y'Cj &•*-$ °rcP A ^
^ «?- *-£ -^v^-. o.nd— y\y >d\y<?^y*-y
*- ^yyy- 'i^v • -c?/^- ^\y^d^- ^ZU,
^y^ydl-vd^, -V^—»-c? ^' o- ° \t$y*>
y^C- , , _ Y^y^yy^-yO^y, -Cyl^y^l~~&
^y-^yy^-^y-.^y^Oy^^-cV^^
cp« cp-p^-cx^ \d% ^td^y-
This system oj Slaortloand was fat
puklisheol in France by the PuuployeBrothers , in 1U7. _ It woLs/irst taxcaht ft)
thelndiam oJ-3ntisn Columbia. , a.t
CoUwa.Ur,in tWefallof i%30.
A novti. icieou, some Will Soxy^ to .
teacK the, Indians to read shotkhewd!
Would it not be, better to teoccr. them
common writing''. Somebody remarked \v\ Will: They, cure, not a.bte.l"o
learn, the otol hotnet writir\q, how
car. they Uarr» shorthar»fi!_Becau5e
this snorthanol is Orie r»unar€oi,,nav'
one thousexnd, times Simpler thar.
the oloL Writing. Ar\y one can Izajrvv
it in a-fe.W hou.rs, and become,  ex.~
pert in it in a fe.iv clays'.
Thou.Socn.As of Inaians alt over .
this country are r\oW able to recxA
and wnle  this shorthand .M'ost  o/-
them learned it m two or three,ofay.*.
They are thankful to God for M.e.
blessing of beino able to rzouL    frf\e
Sh.ortha.hd..-"We receive. novi/$t»Ke/
5c>Ly, rnort. instruchon/ in one v^eek
thocn.We could itevrny before, in, Several
months, when, We had no olher Way
ojfUarnina than, by end repehhons..,
Many of them cav\ now beai't-v     to
learn/ the. English LotnoJiAag<.,-fOr
the wVih'na of Vl'hich this shorthand
is as well adapted-
Why not adipt this system of
shorthand -for use i»v th«^nalish
~(ic.r\o6l<>. as iH's usTd~^t€"rr3"fyeiyT"^
to o\reoct advantage-, throiAOfhou^t"
France, cxnd Lower Cav\ocda..
Children cotn leari*. to read Hws Phonography in two We*ks, With a -fifteen/
minute.lesson. e\tery day.-Then,  in-
steocol of dUchxti'pn., exera'ses m<*y  be
Written in shorthand,on the blackboard
or otherwise, to be transcribed mh? oroli-
nary wWh'ntf. l^Sed ih that v/ay, this Phonography WovAtl beconne, a. powerful n\ta^s
o\ teacnina orthography, .Besides Wiat,
pupils trained in that W^y^ would
comt. out o\ School perfect Sfetnoqraphers.
J.M.K Vol. IV. Fo. 5.
KAMLOOPS WAWA.
May, 1895,
l!
1
V
In this number (page 68) you will find
the miniature designs of the Indian
churches at Shushwap and the one at
Shellkaltkrnah, or Shushwap Centre,
a log building of 50 x 25. Rural on the
outside, it retains its rustic appearance in the interior. It has been opened since July, 1892. A sweet-toned
bell, of 200 lbs., from the celebrated
Meneely Bell Foundry, of Troy, N.Y.,
swings in the steeple.    .
The other church or chapel, still unfinished, is that of Halowtj or the
Lower Shushwap. It is a frame building, 76 feet long by 20 feet wide, with
a transept 44 x 20. The sanctuary occupies 10 x 20 feet, and the vestry or
priest's apartment, with a private
room upstairs, is also 20 feet by 16.
This chapel was erected by the Indians themselves during last summer,
and was opened on November 4th,
1894. From the same Meneely foundry,
a 500 lb. bell, the largest and finest in
the district thus far,~isset close to the
church on a temporary frame, until
its place is ready in the tower, now
being constructed.
The third drawing on page 68 gives
the tr round plan of the Halowt church.
The half-tone, on»page 69, is from a
photograph of the house and church
of St. Louis Mission, Kamloops, B. C.
The church, with the vocable of the
Sacred Heart, was built in 1887, and
the house in 1889.   It is situated on anw
elevation   close   behind^ the   city   of
Kamloops, looks northward, and affords a view as desirable as can be
had of the city.'of Kamloops, of the
forks of the Thompson river, of the
Indian village and reserve on the opposite  side, and of  the magnificent
-rnounfcain^scenery^in^he^backgroundr^
As soon as a photograph of all this
can be obtained, it will be sent to the
engraver, for the ''Kamloops Wawa."
The first missionary who came to
Kamloops was Father Demers, afterwards first Bishop   of Victoria  and
Vancouver Island.   That was about
fifty years ago.   A second one came a
few years later, whose name the Indians no more rem em ber.   Then Rev.
Father Durieu, now Bishop of New
Westminster, Rev. Father Richard,
Rev. Father Gendre, Rev. Father Bau-
dre, Rev. Father Pandosy; but they
only came   to Kamloops as visitors
from   the   Okanagan  Lake  Mission,
where they resided.
Rev. Father Grandidier was the first
to reside at Kamloops, with Father
Martin as his companion and Bro.
Henry Devries for assistant, in 1878-79.
In the summer of 1880, Rev. Father
LeJacq was recalled from the Stewart's Lake Mission, which he had established and   conducted  for thirteen
years, to take charge of the St. Louis
Mission, Kamloops, which was then
constituted as a regular house of the
O. M.-L, with Rev. Father Le Jacq as
Superior and Fathers Grandidier and
Peytavin as assessors.   In 1881 Father
Grandidier was replaced by Father
Coccola, and -in 1882 Father Peytavin
was succeeded by Father LeJeune.
There was no change then until 1887,
when Bishop D'Herbomez, on his return from the Chapter-General, left
Father J. A. Bedard at Kamloops instead   of   Father   Coccola,   who  was
sent to take charge of St. Eugene's
Mission, Kootenay, which position he
has since filled with great distinction.
Rev. Father LeJacq attended to the
Shushwap Indians of the district for
twelve years, from his arrival in 1880
until 1892, when his services were required at the head of the St. Joseph's
Mission, William's  Lake,  where   an
industrial school for Indian boys and
girls was being organized under his
auspices.
On Father Le Jacq's departure, Father Bedard became Superior of the
Mission at Kamloops,  with Fathers
LeJeune and Guertin as assessors, the
former to attend to the Indians of the
whole district, the latter to visit the
Catholics along the C. P. R. line from
Kamloops east to the,.summit of the
Rocky Mountains (including the mines
of West Kootenay), or limit of British
Columbia,  which mission   had  been
attended   to,  since 1884,   in   turn bv
Fathers Fay 1884, LeJeune 1885, Coc-
=eola,-1886r=Le=Jeune-1887T=Bedaa'd=1888—
In November, 1893, Rev. Father Bedard taking charge again of the West
Kootenay and Railway district, Fath or
LeJeune became the Superior, with
Father Guertin as Procurator.   Early
in 1894 Rev. Father Carion arrived at
Kamloops to take the direction of the
industrial school, Father Bedard went
to William's Lake, and Father Peytavin came to Kamloops, where, after
aiding the Indian missions among the
Shush waps during the winter months,
he went, in the early spring, to attend
to the miners of West Kootenay and
the  railroaders  of  the Selkirk  and
Rocky Mountain districts.
The St. Louis Mission, to the present-
date, is under the same Superior, with
Fathers Carion and Guertin as assessors, and Brothers .Sure! and John
Mulvaney as helpers. 66
EDITORIAL   NOTES
What is (ihinook anyhow, and how can
it pretend to he a Universal
Lang u aire?
Such was a question found in one of
the "Kamloops Wawa's" exchanges,
to which it was necessary to answer.
As the answer may be of some interest
and information to the readers of this
paper, it will be reproduced here.
Chinook, as used in the " Wawa," is
not an Indian language: it is only a
Jargon. Our Indians are not Chinook
Indians, but British Columbia Indians,
what the ethnologists call the Salish
stock of Indians — Salish, after the
word Shcdcesh, means "knife" in the
Thompson language, the old Indians
of that tribe being always on the defensive, and constantly carrying a
knife with them under their clothing,
—hence the neme of Shaleesh or Salish.
They speak Thompson, Stalo, Okana-
gon, Lillooet, Shushwap, Skwamish,
Seashel and other Salish dialects.
What, then, are the Chinook Indians? The Chinooks proper are, or
rather were, a tribe of Indians from
Oregon, somewhere about the mouth
of the Columbia river. Their language, the Chinook proper, was as
different from the Chinook Jargon as
Greek is from Gaelic. In the Jargon
used in the "Kamloops Wawa" there
are scarcely over fifty words of Chinook origin. The origin of each word
in our .Chinook vocabulary will be
given in some future issue of this
paper.
How can this Jargon pretend to be
a universal language? At least as
reasonably as the Volapiik; for where
is the Volapiik spoken? —whereas,
without pretending to'make the Chinook the language of the twentieth
century, it is true to say that it is
understood by 20.000 or 30,000 people in
British Columbia, Washington and
Oregon. As it is a trade or international language, it is used by Indians,
Chinamen and Whites and Europeans
of all descriptions. Hundreds of people, former residents of these countries, have now carried with them
their little knowledge of Chinook to
every corner of the world. There are
some very amusing instances of Chi
nook becoming very handy on the
streets of London, England, in South
Africa or in Australia.
In the Chinook vocabulary given in
the "Kamloops Wawa," can be remarked, in the spelling of the words,
a difference to that found in English
hand-books of Chinook. Here we have
Ai'ak, instead of Hy-ack. In answer,
it is sufficient to state that neither
French nor English orthography is
here used, but simply a phonography
of sounds. See next issue for the explanation of our Chinook pronunciation. Indeed, the "Wawa" has
already succeeded in unifying the
writing and pronunciation of the Chinook among its readers.
Our Chinook up this way may have
very striking differences from the one
spoken in Oregon or Washington, and
even along the sea coast of British
Columbia and on Vancouver Island.
Phonography has not yet been introduced in those countries, and we have
not had many opportunities of comparison. But the discrepancies are
not such as to prevent mutual understanding. As soon as the advantages
of the Chinook writing are made
known in those other districts, all
those difficulties will be smoothed
away.
****
The "Kamloops Wawa." complete
from the beginning, has been taken
by the British Museum, London, by
the Smithsonian Institute, Washington, by the Provincial Library of
British Columbia; by the Laval University, Quebec, who all remitted
very willingly for the paper.
"Kamloops Wawa" would be glad
to know of other places where it
might find a similar welcome.
+**
This paper has, thus far, pretty
well supported itself, notwithstanding some extra expenses which were
unavoidable at the start. Yet it is
still a source of anxiety to us. It
costs now from $700 to $1,000 per
annum, and we are not too confident
of finding all that among the Indians
of this country. Indians are very
slow in paying; and, in truth, they
are not so very well off. We wish
there were resources enough from
the outside to let them have their
paper at a nominal figure.
Will any bookseller or news-agent
happening to read this, and willing to
handle the paper at a liberal commission, please correspond.
VJ
.1
.6
« X.. £ *".■.. t-; i ■ .i'fn-'.fy ?,; OUR   EXCHANGES.
61
Here is a list of our Exchanges from the first:—
1. La Lumii-re Stenographique, the
Inventor's own paper. Forty cents a
year. A monthly issue, similar in size
to the "Kamloops Wawa." Address,
E. Duploye. Sinccny (Aisne), France.
2. The Stenographer, 38 Sixth South
street, Philadelphia, Pa. Justly called
the finest paper on shorthand matters
published in America. Only $1 per
annum.   Send for sample copy ; do.
3. The Inland. Sentinel, Kamloops,
B. C. A repertory of information concerning the mining, agricultural, etc.,
resources of the interior of British
Columbia. Weekly. $2 per annum.
See advertisement.
4. The Weekly World, Vancouver,
B. C.   $1.50 per annum.
5. The Weekly Columbian, New
Westminster, B. C.   $2 per annum.
6. The Weekly Colonist, Victoria,
B. C. The pioneer paper of British
Columbia.    $2 per annum.
7. Le Stenographs Canadien, entering now in its seventh year of publication. The pioneer organ of the Du-
ployan stenography in Canada. $1 per
annum. Address, Box 1587, Montreal,
Canada.
8. The Month, New Westminster,
B. C.   $1 per annum.
d.ltJcT~Croix  du   Canada.     $2""per~""
annum.
10. JyCi Semaine JRcligieti.se de Montreal.   $1 per annum.    Box 1624.
11. The Northwest Review, Winnipeg, Man.    $2 a year.
12. The Messenger of the Sacred
Heart, 27 West 16th street, New YGrk
City. The finest monthly of its kind
in existence. Profusely illustrated
with half-tones. Well worth its price
—$2 per annum.
13. The Chicago Sunday Herald.
The largest paper that comes to hand.
An immense volume of reading every
week, each issue weighing nearly one
pound.    Only $2 per annum.
14. The Catholic Record, London,
Ont. A weekly, got up in first-class
style. Price of subscription, $2 per
annum.
15. La Voix du Precieux Sang, St.
Hyacinthe, P. Q.    $1 per annum.
16. Le Rosaire, St. Hyacinthe, P. Q.
$1 per annum.
17. Lc PropagatcuT des Rons Livrcs,
1603 Notre Dame street, Montreal.
Only 50 cents per annum. Issues twice
a month.   Worth twice its price.
18. La Ruche Slenogixiphigue, Louis
J cuillet, Editor, Bosc le Hard, Seine
Inf., France.   Price, 50 cents per an
num.
19. La- Plume Stenographiquc, 2
Cours Montaigne, Perigueux, Dor-
dogne, France.
20. La Gazette SUnoctraphiquc, 166
Rue Lafayette, Paris, France. $1 per
annum.
21. Lc Grande SUnographc, 165 Rue
Lafayette, Paris, France. The leading paper of the Duployan stenography. Issues monthly. $1 per annum.
_ 22. The Phonographic Journal, Pt._
-.rervis, N. Y.    A monthly periodical
concerning shorthand and typewriting.   Very interesting reading.    Only
oO cents per annum.
23. The Shorthand Educator, 444a
Greene avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y. Got
up in first-class style. 50 cents per
annum.
24. Le. Journal des Sienoqraph.es,
Paris, France. Address not on hand
at this writing.
25. The Weekly Gazette, Montreal,
Canada.   $1 per annum.
(To be continued eventually.)
Mention me, I will mention you; advertise me, I will advertise you.
Kamloops Wawa, OS
OUR   MONTHLY   BUDGET
lAohtk of-Mary•*'<!>)& ^ -9--'<G/%f
Cj. jD& -£-V-o'? ->#> y-u -f-gdk
■$~yCSfy& ^.d^ojoC^.**_,<Cfp^s
di 3ycSi3e> •-? • y^i 3-' -£"""*>-»
dt, ^V As> -jd^oh^- y^<s- -.
G(p jy>-£)-£ dh ^-<i • «2-«„' d^^Za<d
l^O I- ■> A& & 4-" ^£4 c?" 4^ ^6 "••
OK.   ^^6   C(6    W> <ift t^.^{ ,  I .%jLj  ^-d\
C(p. /£dj>t "% Gs-ffdi **y/U-'-
'- -•■%> Cfa(6-£ydb.i-et^j~>f£ydb
*yyj y"". t $_st Cj-^ ^=-^. ££> v^.. &p 1
^^ -/8 ^^v ^ y^i I dt, d>k u.»
■k-^ .*<_«■ y. ^^ /. -c.»?«s-k. ^i(^
#j> Ak-ji^ Civ 1$-; ^£6>
2>e*.Ik JGt<ui    1 r £jk ^^^Vt:
<^ , rt C(p -y\ ■» ^ k_/-k,k/-.
*-• •? 3 .<*(<t. /J'-*^'o^:-"-
l^d^dhy ■ = C& "* Vdi »0 ^-    '
*3■ -"/ y l/i 'ck^- -»/ -=<-}_,•*v -^
O, , iop. ^Q-'jiyj CC . % y k_V\; c^>
*■■£>.-'- -^^L.-k^ L
c- ±/*, &. y.j'y), ry u -y-,-*j CC
CyP^^^-^did^J-        ,,
y»*Kyy *—d -f ■{? d^ s>-, *<L^,i«^
! *» . r t   ^    _-    jo— — --
"Sjs
*y>y *r^*^&
\-f\r--
Sfiusfm'tr/i Cettte*" CSwrck.
->•£»  5L^<i^y6-yZy' T. ^k>tr
t /« -. ^d*> cy-* ' '••'"sr "70 *»-« -^
<P<^i.,/--<r" %• k -^i^ -*»<i.v^"CkUV.
-V «0 <^ C^ ^--4- «^ -^ r^2l
Ojb •*- ' c9~  -^  ->y d^y <L_4fc » JPC<%
^<p \y\ dt, cojo *?~.'cLy*y~ 21'*-k<$
p Jpy JIV-n jAyt -»^U , p  v ^i?' ^
y~0- v -..L,^ £^6 kX"k..- to -v •^"i'-s
.yC(p.. y^d^f^^y *+^i'-*~r
y— -»^,. —y~o-<zy S-'dffi -«*L". &—.■
<5 yw • "-vt^ VV^' "v^-' • .^ "-?»* "^f
f/O^Ly Psfy* —d"i /-e_^r •—J'-O j'.J^.r'
JO^Liyiyy ~dLy~gh <*.*■: K^g +,.#
•f-Cdh.*-^ t *yft> y°; dA ^>- -«v
ijrr* Ar-^yjt, ^ , ^ C%t> ^ ^
-V ^l-rx • pK_f>^ -xS^si/v «kii^"
ov%_,/, t.^ -^=»-^'»1 y»- p?(0t?s '•—»>
<<?.»"•'%' «^^> «96  -.^f, k-^c^» C^i^t,
•f-Cdt,^*# $Pd-m cLy .*y~Ufa
*"'£>£'di./-*-** eL* fi> f RyjA-y -*^L*
I A&ky -y$ y%? : t A, <i^ ♦-^
<tr "»j4j -la -»<>L..' *2jy •-«_-' i' <
„>J^k     «. -  <^ -^v Cfb U Sy} . tfd»^;
di. dtp 44 • ^ & -t <s£y£ ^y->yy\ A
w • dv ^*y ^. ~t dh 5^ i*> o-- <p &
xt?   y* •> * - *~d. dv. yyp' i "* *f
du d#>i*iL>dk? u • l y~y\ -«^ • <.
y%tr^^,f fd'dt.y'fb- Lyzr\^^
«~-> C *A y#J<l '■ A^fif Get J&,
^d*** *^*-f • dt dL*^*dk -v-'ktti
2*--v -.^b d^>.&- i^-n ^j j«? *«>•>/-,
ti . ^>. . /^ <^ Cl^. -^ ^L »os^ -«.
v 6#> ^4 <?se -^ '«^t» & «^« tf> ■
■v
*".?
«fkJ<K) a, *-^> ^-o «^i «kj>* y*~ . tfj^ ik-ik.
■*<3-/ -a Mf • ^1 ^<? "^ J^ •• U • -«*> -
"J
.1
'K
"O **;£ OUR   MONTHLY   BUDGET
69
I
'4^&€f G*4 y<— ^ --^tpy-s:'
7yj> & 'd b4-*r~y^z - o - ^d> <f
r-e>d\>Get • -^ di rV3n'^
«~. 3A-> Ik-  /kk)<5? dp JJ£- • *d '*d^
y-.u: At o-*yy>dp (a-y^dy
y^y^,lcop 'drcj y?y~z p
d^> 2jti Ctb ^A-ap'udiy *"-r> ~c$
dk <ft *•'• Gs &,£> -\t* ^t, l ■» • O^-^ "-3"
■ee db ob ■-?' yp. >y> y«- dt> <?d
^t.4- asoL--y^sy* *-?-etf k^ ^»
y»<"db y~VO- c?£> ^ i^$'<yjp-y
? *y<db.:<sd<f y$ y^<&dj,aL^<?&
^^^y^yy^-oy C$>..<?/b'(*%.y;
<y& Lk':]^du'~^yr*'->fyfi.c?6ihr
y -C^ -oy s~ -<£> yj'k <%.£> J2- .-if-jp.. \<r- ^
Py-Z-S/ 'd'^y-mdi.<Op'' f£>y*S4-'->/
-k-Jj.    !,&ss-eyf «*}"J—, -oOkL' °v.v-^--?
y>i/ty<? ~***yi y'y y^epdt.&M*."
'""^ It   jr? ^--c, oLv C/rf  k-7 -^3^,^C?^.
^ ..-Op A-d^ J. *-~;6 .r\£> t «--JJ
^  yyp   -°^  CtrySk^yS^C/yi
■■■yiTCy.di: <^f'« -*■<--'<( c5 V- <^> V- ^
c/6 ^ . ye-y<i<K>- y^d(p*Z> <^y^x
l op '■ -d-.d_< ^y ^diy^£> > -y^d
*y \y»~* .' yd **>/ yy te> <pp d-. -C^- db
d^&c^syy-
-a^i °\  ~-,'r4> 3 kVrs Ojtb A-.^r d~t>
y»Q>   ldt>J?^   dJ&- .- ^«-j< j^sj^y / -Vji
y^d'/b ■ '»>£ -y^y^Op ds$ -v ry
y?&. y* "^i*d><?dt,y&&
-^s
I Op "dC yy *-r-><y.  dJryCfy^
/£.    y\   2yr y^ < - y^ I'd' - -p,.
yy. ^d y-j-rr~d>j> *y-iy->j yyd-di
yS>^$- Ljy?^yy-r,<9-~
..- &.- uyydt d-Zy-ddd
C(b d>yd-^ycpcp >•«> >'>;^J'T><« • "-o' tfc»t
j<^    - *        'ft       J y* ,     ^n    yft    * %. CZ
dw ■ 'L-b Z-es y.db ' -d&[> I. ^edlr*'-
^'-,3'|'^1-^w.'^4$'
(P., t • -' - tb.^,.^ -,-^.i. -^
QLyd?p<jy>-yyiS-«   '&*-y* 'fc>y<ty* t-b,
t ^-. i^rf (J^) <2?4> '^"<p 44-,, ^2>^-- -0,5-
J^ •«^-£5 -v ii..«:.- tt-'/*TE>^t -'^^
- it ^-g? di ~$&ov> ^o^L, &.]'-o'y.  £
<^4t   . _ it /*>?-, y% fddvo -,f£ ,/<7i.
«-._ '-,/• >.- ^> <^> li .   «— 4b >«. -ip <^l
Sfttv, c._ it dddcaa '->?6~*4d dt-
^6 -*>y'.;- yc>->i-v:-6y°**d-y$' --44
yi&:a%   70°. a^° -*y%» '!<9'^-; ■*-?« '•'*'■
'--■^). t ^■•TtV c^> tt^<^ —-^k-
-'^6k.-<^><?4.'tt-
VV <^ .w-'-.-v /• "^ «Ji" ^ f^-^6-
c._  <i   kk-~sjj    -»-* '--,4   '-%$'  -»/*»  <^>a^f.
i}& :<~xydi~/mo -^yyyAy ag> <?■**
£y-3ro-r>y<- v-l, dt, optb.ir^
^ di •<•:*$'j d-jy 7%ooo ^y<A
<$£, i(, .1 'V   -d   £l~dZtt,yy\ Ty -J5.-0
y.rote ■:■*.>d\.afa ^.,
^ . .^ ',;_   ti; 4tV<^^ tfc   c-^9
c/t^ --.y^-.'.-o.<«'.-;SfV*---^y>"&
20OOi}O  -a^> < -V5 ,-V .-dd/iti- <$.-■'■
dyfi:.iy ^ a3!£-..- ibdi\'y«.-tp'J"&*$ ■.
dh   PiTcrtW   -,-Pt> f'L'jXyy  <-~ ^  C}&
■oj CCo ^ 7^. ^ &>- <f • k>*- 5" "^ ^V
•^- • ^ Cjs:^? d\> &fc> 4' Trf >- >W2., y~i
>*2ol^   /i? "k^-Jj, .-2^>-44   (. op. t»/ t^ftsdl
—do~K iffttD ~y y -d°d£> p-
l{p^-kftU'v -''?&yd>*$ c^ i.t.^kj-.
^?v_»-« rottK^<^-y&'*fA'dpy>dy■
l. "^ ^yyi y°?" li~ z*-^ tt 3 /<?kO ^-e-iT'r
ST.   LOUIS MISSION,   KAMLOOPS,   n.C. 0
OUR   MONTHLY   BUDGET
- C . ...  $-
loco ,-a<
**i
<y. ^
Si y& op u t^., -^ £-, -v 5
i-k c/i
V-6 ->•'
-dd y^y^ >
-vis ■ 1 »<)
£-^ 4k db (4%-s • '•>
t, "V &P ~^<j> 4b • <£ -^ "V -jfc
<»^<s?
' Oj  -(•'-if   kAe. -A -y^ ayCfa
th   cj^> ~> *\ jP •* -» 00
2"^
cj6
J.o
i£.i
«• «tf
1/1 ^/.  c^> i
d?   "   ''>$dkC>A>C(0   s£ do
UP <-J db d>t> *f   '<7^' a"
d c$> y*«   ^^-/'f^^^ ""V"^^    l*ty*
t>p^ ->5 ^ ^n' * /y'°>-
y
Jk-
9* ^APr^y- - <$
9&D
-fy> di, <pp C£> 1
■A di <3p 'fa < <■ (P '<  jyj
c9~ <j
Oj t-4 ofc . di- O/ ottjiVi e#   <^ "
44  "»   «-^4 ^- ""^ »—-J • P"^
3d<< t /^s c^-^-?
<-fe
,0 ik
c^Z
y-s6 > L c9" ~ '' "V
V-JV^,^
<,!,      (V-, ^,
•=><9 Oj ^p TV l <^^ -<^v.  <^4 &P ^J
■e  * f     Ou) It , 4 ■%   v-ij i^dyy^P Lb O
~d\
£>k >•.  ' C^y,   ^ .v   -f O^, lh ^t   v-j_
^f    iS^ t34
/^<5? <k^.4 _-% ^-"--s
X-- k ■>^-*<-'« <? k5k_ y,j <?>
C6
V« <5^
^ J?~ , l -^ 6£p  t-o kOjC). ro<^ij£
—1* 9fc -y (,b  1.    ^^ ^, ^^ ^ -c-
C-*~ >
dk
~~7. s'.'jdi <^\
Jlr-
Ojt>
4 fiO^  S&-2 ■   I- ^ -*V^     ^ >-
J !>-.   5 k^      -v   <_,»,   J ^ <;g-J <-~p
^s
V-^fi
(.-.
^ &d<
■°jd>d-
c& • -^ -^ ^ •
k^-^J
to    y?C C£> <%> -^u,. y>jyi cCy, ^    ^y^yy-C.y4  J*- . -k<-^' -—     oU -t,^ C= , o(-->^> •>» -iCo O
<T  k..   tb      k^^jr   6-^Ok.  -^..^'k         ---==  : r-=z=.   ^    ,.   ^.^   ... .    ). 9^ .>!/■-»• ^ v. ^JA <-i
k^<; <s_ Cio ~f &£> -^-5) tt.. 44 .<#-. <j        tL,*y<y° 00 dh Cv„   t^> -^^(.6
Ji— <?,<b U,k/-T. kL?4 ki^r. =rf    cjfc t--»     •- "^ k^^w-. --j 0j[% -^,^>i,6 .^2?^-
v^ ^^
°"C_,-
.'»« ^P
±e<     ^ACi-OP^.
-fx>>
<r-y~) y\ db yc ^^^^
C£> *■-* 6^0 c^>o\ £e» y<r , &. ^5 Ac*- ad cS£» PCy, CCo J.S>y   <3fa       2jls > t, ^jd'-y^^'-f-f d\c?£Lt>-*
)o.- cr.
-Ui C
■/>
«-^ CDp l *><i dc • cojo ^ -le<   -\-)
4 k .■».
"*-i &1
'>
ffKS     ~*»A(6e..P
-9"'3k_  C(p    y   Cy6 aL. ov        -T-j.
oa
yy,y^ C^^-^ptk- ^
v     j,. r-    . _ ' ->     ■ x. v.
dd
IS. i^ (y^-    aL. Zpt di- &£> -lyt V-k-   ==.-=
fj/   k-7 /l.,*--  k^kV'jtkJ-^^'-^ d
db
Qy, y-r-dy/^r* Pt idiey-di*-
dh ■ - Li <f dt. *-*-■ d».l-o • d>J> "j      y^ cr- j-ac?■'<^> '-v^)u.^-^.j--   ^u opA^a,*u?Vi^^te*-5,
Sir*.
<Sd^
tl
Ofr   i-4 ^    -^d   ^ oC -f/T'^ •  •  ^C,   . -^ a^
P-°< *&4> dj d- <f -/ u   -'-(OO,    .•-*, 44 «V -^-^y-tf </4 ^
-"^ 4b
tti^ <i^> k_v. &p
I {
Jd>
a&'f
00
fy-
& J <?p CJ, ^ .^-»^, ,v S^y-i
<9^
c' djf,^<: -y *c ■*< fy. y:^.Ci, .«.. ^ » 5^,-6^.5
Tftfd ■ <?7> ^^u.-d'x^    ?*■-* -»"k^ ~-db 3f -Qy> Sd
OL^ *^
cj/j -*,. c.(p ^ <;(o ,5^ ^ k^,. _^
16 •   ««. &■'
--.d,
*
$S J^ky-,;       2-tt
&fa d>je> <v> c<k y. 1 cop 'T>5 =#>
*Arti-e, Cfa/£ ob  ^ <**• <f -.j jp^ot-   ^4 /2?"5 "3 "5 ^ u »l c~ ^<
vr
db -v <^ » «■ - If •i^' A *^*
<5i>   -V^  QL, C(p ^ C^f) -^) *-—f ^ -^- ^  -v  ^  y   ^ u ,, k^,  ^_.    _ ^ ,• ^^.i.   -ty  ~.y   b-f^ ^ -t..^. >V
14.
Co.
^ 44. Oi_,   -v   J-.
-; • ^
Jo
I.V. ^
,/y^ C_A j\i-~ <<hoj,    &*-'
<*d> <*~ dd   °rjy <yy ■  -°4 y\ "y-^ydb
"56 <vp>..y-
^
V- '' *f
dk'd-Xy&G
Pi    <rd> ^ <5>t ^C
/^ d.o ^'y^,    ^
>—^.^ j,,.. ^ ^^ -<«^^ -7fS_ - ^»«  -°y^-jy wG -dd
■&- <j Myf yy<d<. 'd7x >-*
V* ty <& -<^-  l ^" ' «rf-^X     JP ^- /^ ^ ^ -^^ ^r^. 'Cgy ~d^yy£y<J ly^yfi Ofi
= Lb -..Op
id- «v • <2> i, -v
'-^Ok; 7^  % cp-dy Oh ?-^. yy -V *~i <i>Jb LL . -^ J2> <i£-j y-y    ^yy. Qyyfh(iZy , L.- r^y^'-><h
cs_- J)i^ afc u       d-'<yjy*2*-( Cfa>dbo£u>-<Jd>^-j
>o^ y~
y-*i -7-
1
•y»
¥■
f
i
TIIESECHELT   VILLAGE,   1J.C.
s OUR FUTURE PRAYER BOOK
7L
$
w
I
V
B
•
*>3^'<!W;.>zmy'&M;:MW,:i%W}:-^ .'<♦>'■ >!♦>*' >?♦>•■ '•-'*»' *-*■•■
a
k5
s
♦5
«
t^
$
K
77^5  ^//<x  nsafkot.
\,d"*2»6 ''*>&. V *?V** ^ <** -^
C^ • o^*©*^? « *^ £/"«; ^^ * ^V ° ^C^0 •
o •
^ J^y Cd '
y  S*
-4-
<e4A   ->^y
Vj-d
^
■»»/>
-4-
•/*-
%     -©*»
-£-
^
•>  <e6   £S*
^
OS^ «
N>
> o*
.c«
•\'°\'flN^
Qdo
'4
'4
'4
Sd4
'4
4
i
-.TT.-.,     ,-kJ»i» .
.--»-v.-.   .-»"»>•.
:♦:•
•:♦:■ T2
OUR   CHINOOK   INDIAN   CATECHISM
*7- 7-a C(p *L&4 ^y? <&y/) /- ^yy
>J*di- iy*& &P%-^^6 ^ ^
iJ^^&s *y~* *d i 4$& A, $jk G(h di
<*y*->eLy itf -y\ <-&i d\> <&/ *ydy-> dfk
SZ. jr^ (Jp dj,£ i v*V cLs £&6 2^
G*^^ *Jgd* ^ ^ *^~ "* ^ L ^
VIJ.
fi. /. 2ud ->* dPp <^*~ -y eiy ^06 Cft
~di> dfa ^y^y •*/1 -•-»■< +■* ^c?d>'»
&• d-* iL&i i- -2^ GG&ffO vj* -v
^* t </-o &p -»y» /T^/t* ,-">« • ~
5/. ^_^a^_^o,_^.
.yi ^^, yz> —^-^ «5^:
._^£> ../I
ST.
*0&y,
v a   w   k»^-       -^
-5/ oL^ <2^ £<£> -<i0
K   ^-/^ ^ik
y .y -v_^ ^^ -iS> ct> -\   ..
«k <*? -\ <=d- &r- csdepy-y**'* j^yypy
fk^
w/.
^•/.
0L^^i> 2^6 » ^Aj cD »^ QLyC$>
4> «k->- i»y ^/5> .' = ^L- <3L> ^** mtA 3*4
dty *-#,& QlyGch -y*dy$ "V O0'
**?. //«k_r- v^^./ *^ 5^^ aJ& *-r*y
60- G(p /**-& diyb ^y*y' = 2*6 *>*> >
GrT^yfi, %<Zc_y . yfk
of. ffsyu *±s~Vt.y4dpi — yi Jy-y. ss ig
d>fo $6- s^y^yVyy- d>> y^</l y*A GG
62*.  G*G) /037} Ap&*~n>y. ss O tys*
-cd-j
y\^-'       ^
^y
y/ji.
ft. <d& l d^-^-dy^^yL-^J
d> ^y "\y   ^ cv ^- •
VCy
IV__
->y> 'c^^y-iy- Ji^yyi ■=
~--%y*W
* te. y^u^ yy=. 'ysyy^y^y.
0-4    JD _ \rs^-\ /?*■ <S GCL-y&.y+o '
6$' /-* <£>& CI* G£> ^ G^"^G0
IX
= ^ 0Ly 2*A ^ **-*~
"ViyW
45.   'yf- -^y^yy . = -^-^-f,
/
6v". *4^y*. «^  • y*G ^otj^y7^. Cr~y^•       _-»-a- '^yj'—--• **y\ •
= &-.d?6C^<^ C^-.  r.. CddL      g £>*--   •%<} d^   CK^yy<y<-y"^
2*4 -f-€ <*-y ^ 'ItA '*% "r*Lr
n? <gp Ck»p. y^ ULsa G>l&
L< -
6-T. /± <#> Ck^'^ C-^di ^j t^»   £)($. y?^\y
ClLs <^i> £44 yfy   -*><iy ■   =■  -y d?jb df.    ,fFS *^y
66.1/7-w &jp Co'7*' 2u £$>• -1% dfa
dU 111 nffVf Z*H V» *v d%?
■^>
-v.
<rT-
^-.•^•4 "^-L_c/
0T
s6 c>d^\y ?s «»- *»w-
I
I'M
J i
iff
1 /if
lit;
h
m
1
%
>»■ OUR   INDIAN   CATECHISM
j.ii :
II'-
ii'.;
?
51. IFA?/ cfo we make the Sign of
the Cross before we fray or do anything ?
To offer our prayer and our work
to God, and that He may help us to
do them well.
52. Why do we make the Sign of
the Cross when loe are incited to do
evil ?
To ask God to help us not to do
evil.
VII
53. Where   do ive find what  God
tvants us to do?
In the Ten Commandments of
God.
54. How shall ice keep exactly the
Ten Commandments of God?
We. shall keep exactly the Ten
Commandments of God if we love
God with all our hearts, and our
neighbor as ourselves.
55. And lohat about the precepts of
the Church?
—G-od-wa-n-ts-u s^to-obe y-t-h e-p recept-s-
of the Church.
50.     Scry the 'precepts of the Church.
VIII.
5 7. Are we able alone to do .what
God commands ?
No: We must have the help of
God.
58. What must toe do to obtain the
help of God?
We must pray and receive the
Sacraments.
59. Which is the best among all
prayers ?
That prayer which Jesus Christ
taught us, and which is called "the
Lord's Prayer."
60. Recite this prayer.
Our Father, etc,
61. Which is the second prayer
which we must know ?
The Salutation of the Angel in
which we speak to -the. Blessed
Virgin Mary, Mother of Jesus
Christ.
62. Recite that prayer.,
Hail Mary, etc.
IX
63. What is sin?
To disobey God, that is called
sin.
64. How many  kinds of sin are
-there?- J ■———=—"'   -   -
Two : One, original sin, that is in
our he.irts when we are born: the
other, actual sin, that we commit
ourselves.
Gi). Which is that sin that is in our
hearts when we are bom?
It is that sin which Adam committed when he disobeyed God.
60. And which is that sin which,
we commit ourselves?
It is that which we commit when
of our own accord we disobev God. BISHOP   DURIEU'S   OLD   TESTAMENT
^ZjZ^rf-e- "* tr^-y^y-<Dt>iS-y3     t^Gfr -x_ -^'*   .
^       »A^*A^<*Ly(*-*!LyG<pd>^ Ifc  Ijg-^yd     ^ CQ> «.-^H t
"» 4* tv^ l^^Cyp ty/irdf±'yO-
*~~&  y^L, ^^yA^ td& ^.y>   @y* I
- o-q^, dsci^&^fydyrb^ny^-e;,<p^s
&& t/LsT,
"V^
^tif   a-'<P^*'»**-iA"-&db~ty£   Zr-ytk
d* &
-\ t, ^>^L.a2& •rr-wdh <QsKyii. cp     Giy^GcpJj
>a ♦     oJd Jy* •> 6^><S> -» ^5 C -^Qt^e^
kk^o*^
db ^"> «^; ^ <3>- -54a^
4-y^d ,\.G(p^j^rc?c9^^      <*y * *t/K o-^y'y^^?
~\yjy^ *-/£9Pdt>**yi^Qy»      ^ ~%<** -i,,^5^.c^ Gfr
i
X-& c9>4# - **fi -y^pt^dk   b,Vk y^G^<kytyGy-^ t <^<s>
_^
c?£>' - G
^ycyo *db
4& *°s C?d9
^Vk
00 v>^~. y- dyr
y-^yd
I
H7
t
<ky^yby*Z
-e-ed<
yy^    S^^l^^yi>LyCyO^ ^^_
dky\->^><H^ty^y
^y~~> y p-*l^>
ter-^y?*£ op 3,   yi-, <£^ c<p
^56 <^ c^r J*-* <6    QLydJcpy--
y**
*d
rd>&~^yje~ff \y> y
gt>~tyh- lr
QLy
^f0 $6 dc9,    I t* <ky^yy>yoLy ^
^ "1*/°'<#   ^fev-*" Qyty9*^4C(P^^d '9^d
y^.
&
d^ db -**■ 4& re^ G(pG7s~< -
^'J'   Gis^sy-g, £jr- .yO-^K^ yd1- G<p<yy\y,
>6 G(p G-^Cs$Jq^^ ^.op P^^,
- fc'* ^ydb d*-
^d d<>
CVs   16   ThtOrJ.^nct^orth* Worth, pot        b^ C>p<k^(ky.^yS>-><^ J^&A
•4
stG'b
'CO .
J ~° yfb ^y^ y"
)Co   <:   .   • .. ..    r \   yr~ .        «
A*-y<S G(p d£> '"d^
4^<yy.^
QLyG^y, G<p<-     Q_; C(f>
Gfydg
,    TJ
^-ydi<y-^ -%
'd ^ ^rS&yb^y'ty&y^
» - <-y ^-<,6 »  v,   ->y ql^ -^je6 v>?j <■- -%Zy        «k.VP &-y -xy  . ,
^^.IQL^;^,/ G^d^.Gjb 'i-id.<t2^G(p) dd_ .^kO
Cr-y
<L*,b-r«*^y;S<*b,S^sV^.K    -^-C<p
Iftv
y- d- G(p 6i>£>
7-
Jdd
4*^9'-V   ^-Sj
■9-:
<y^\y-dK.d^>^7^cs>-fici    <d^y\. *z-^
t>
zA±JS_
'X^.
3-r
CS& d%
-Cr^,-lJ-fLy^^
Q^;<£f       QH^-CpM^^yp
i^-zj. C->. -<^» x-o dy.* .. ed y.
>-d?.,-n
Q^
-idZ^l
<s>
t>.
V ^7
^
"•^W
-^-e^-oiw
v-?^
rs ^- yy*Ay,6 qj ^b
•^^
"^^-427^
"-yty d>\> CVp ^yy-Qy~VQ.   <Qy>^   &<p   <^ »        &p  G^y^^tyy   G<&
^ ,  "-^Ov^ „  QL,^    4.
'./*
_ \''1
e..
^^>'c%-y G(p <&_ dtft <m_
Gin  j? God'* chut <iti i<
k
kk_5-
■r-
d\. op
mtr\ts
t_>
< . _   o ■
-r
L -^
c2
-^^-Jk.  ,^Jf,« , ^/^^^ >/4^ ^^
^v-
cx
/^■«-^^^c>«;
" G-c,^.  ch_
dd -*»
v_p.
".t
^6^
^6' ^ <?
oi—
"V •• -9~^d\ <y*-yd *l <&—-
**yv y^^-tD^^^-^co/b
Gfr.G.*'.   .Qfjy  <3'LcyP&,^yf,
C(v
^ ;"-°A
t> -e
<?d>  db"-^y?: Gz^ CG>     $-c
fQL-    nCr\J>^yy?^    Crd^l ry^
■y is*y>QLy ysy^te. ^-y<<d^^    y?^
,//
"y~SLyA   -ddb&fD
db&p7Z0),yfiJ*
<5> ~  *y C(£> >   -    i^^Ok*^,  C(p
db
h "*> o
^-    ®c9   "J&7  y>p y~~
y^y, t d^ ■ 'o^
J-
\>**>A ^y\
°d-?6
i
|iv^;!i^ki\5,tc,^'^K'?.A:i^^
L
/*'! Ii
BISHOP   DURIEU'S   OLD   TESTAMENT
To
1
*^ ^&g> *fyd i <pd-T>GjL6 ~r,y%^ ^/^^
^<d\O0: tyd*,   cop ->{& ht.6 31s, y°~yy
—£>£>   '-y^&^eAC^ •  Cpy^QlyGii-dByr.^
'^-y^'fiGCpf*^ "y&c? 'at^.. i>jA-fG$>
°>&~3 Op  70 Cjyiyy 00 - jAys ^ O^^j,
<e^ ,a«~# *3^> *y>*a-^cso •' "GZyyy*-^*,
'gdyy? £c-ryj>Gfc <y*yJ&y, \, C#>J*y
±Mjd>^ »- ^i -^. ^y^syfidty^;
y^^i ^5 *■ - j <^y^^^Adk^S-■
^ ^•«/Vi V& >"% +-»•» t °5»^a^> /*
y°<t»4 ^^y^h & • A £fc $%y/i)&d>6>-.4
■f-y3 y^y ^yyfk P/ • "^^-k..; i>- (<)p\y.*y~^
t C?£> ^-J^ -x=-,f <g?> -.jjt^j-A.   <pA-» <!LyjJtyy
^ ^'O-zA' *■''"$4$b op-^ditt -»o
94 -^db^d- 4°>& 'SL^i^ -3*yjLt
7'hdh op-d'-yr^ ... -^Jty^v^y^t*y4
o-zy v^ :' A*y* ,~s» T^-kf > ^tfyd <"£ <<d "^
6)1. 32. Cere . -DolB*.<xk , o.wd Abiron.
<d'TA%^A^y\~^ ^tddbyfj^A-Qy'
.   y.y y-y^yfb <ky^id6 J$ v-yy-^ ^ £-,^
.      CS>£» ^ ^»   «. ^J, -x^ V^t^f   ££> <.&<»_, , yJLy^iCl^
'Ay*
^.0y
1 *V C9C? db yy^ -' "-2-aly v->" C{2>«?V% ^
flf.
~-2n~-z^r-c%- &'y<y£ycd^~-c^Cj ^ ^y
^..c^t ^'- • &— <f£ 3-e.t G(p, ~$\ Prf,
"- d\> Gi~y -v t^? »<P^~'6 ^a -v^^ ^
"17% , dL,6 C^yy^ jJLyy ^y. Qy • «-CSL^A% ->^J
^^ ^& </<*-^ ^ \y% ■» <^.> Gfrdj ■ -v
<?'-/"■& df. d Cr<*~~-*i l %%> Tjypadb d&
°<-yp ^-^^ ••"-*-'O/^-cr^^-^j'
«• \%'d2c9 d>p Cpi^y^ -*wj 'y v_Pm> /\^^,
^ < Go*- t*y4 -<y»'.Qy -*5 t %yf- d^Odp
sy-y-e-e ->@ tf^s&^yz,, aJ&t^
A^-dd ?~Q~y' i» *s*~ ^^y 4£)'~~ *^y> * y?p Aflo
% Cr.^dp^yrdh XS*"'*> »xt-flr/-s-^l
*63' £§ ^^ f*~« **y4 >y»,y-i!>-{> ; y$ m6
Q(f yin* db '^-y^Sy G2y>K^ t, -O'^Vfc A-k,
•^5 *»i  -r.2^ -*/^-«^«a; ^^ Gp^dl^yZy**
^4 ^^y s^diy+fiyA $*"> &y C$> >*% A&
-3 » J. •«,/ 'li^p ^<^> -5 ^5 «^*oL^ A^cSf^y^
/V*" ^- ^lr- <?& ^ v^- ^ dL> 'V-'Jl.
A*yA d— ^Jlsr^ddcy ?-* yf± +*y-**s-
Ch. 39. The Srctzti^ Serpent.
/^/a . tp^nr,^ &jp Ad*y*. i,J^ -w^
dy+eyA ^-o^db *4>^* &^'**Lg£'*
rjh-fy*»ii^yA/db**o^ • y.yfc?di,y*y
G< ^yiiddb ~y^o^ yi a, let £y*y.<y"
-i'3y'rO Ci-/*".. py^y^y}y^<$~yyfb ^**4
7^6 >ys>~d' ^ydb"v ^^~i^d <**y• .
74 r. cks^r i>y$y°-jr>dt, X^ r**ys ry • t
yiy^ «-._ .0.. Asf, b^y^r^ypdb <e^ :"-^%
'ydy djb *-y~> 04-' £* '^oiy G<p -o-dbf^
- C(p f^- &P ^3db 9i '-r7 d~y *>o y*y ■ „
<k~G<p/£ . kiQLy Jdddl>*-'y?7J&- *K.^fi
^y$»4'Jdd- -^ ^v '7"^ *-yjcyb i>a *y? ' '^
^ •«. l i>j b^dh y^ci-j y<7<s> ~*-yyCyA-'d
CsyGLy **_s Ci^ yy£>■ ~k>2> <dy^y 1S\ s*Z2?
tU. ^-C9^dh (ky^y ■ "«& y^u y\dr9 G>A
^ -^ <$_y<p$y C£ y^ ^ 00 .   ^ ££
D^db :-"%y «Ly >?A 00 <Z> J&~J% 4U&
%#£■ <?a *-&fi^G4b^yfr%>,ypGj
y-v^db op y~ d. .yd-? G-y*~ ^ ,*v
i ^ • &t> ^^ ?/-3&cu'f?4 i-r^-xy*--
Gi *f#ydh•«$ *»&i*y?~ l & ^S6 .#<nG
*L,y**&p -Qdb -f-'y^ •-%- /& ~?
^6 ^''y.rfCGf" ^.-o y?yZy?~y>^>, ^. 76
BISHOP   DURIEU S   NEW   TESTAMENT
I a >
J
I
I
i
i
s
i
-*^ (^^^G)r5by~ ■ 4fr OLy ^-et
C5>dr* 6b '~^s /-f^yo G y' G<p 4& •°-o>
-°4 '*y~ ^6   ^°Cy ^ ^ 6b y~ ■
n^
*-*   ^ db '-&•-  %c9<^no4
b-r^^Tjf d9y?db
Second year c\C>\f^V$  Public \\\t.
V>oui bejtw\ s.cU.  tWU  tua^t Vecio.
<-*<;£> 3-.._ g!5%^3\9-y^ /u.
dd db ->^6 t dL_^ **a vJ5^-- '"^ •
<J&. ^^ . yh^t G-7*-<.- ^oA
Ayh, (dd   <p Cfod.   ^<- -»^   -f-fflUo^
^ "»^ ^- "5> *<% db dp y^o^yyy—
6b- ?"^y K > ^4 *^? ^6 y°- d£ °^^y>
-$6 <y-*-p^db<?yb<d>7ty'db
•— 66 -&y>db$ -»a yyoC a~-to dTb
% ^y-& dh4-C^7^d9jr>yyyy,byb
r
'■- *-y? G)
t>A <yidy^, 4^c9y-d^
//t,
"4 ^7'
d&d-vdLy
V   y<\  »   $>d-o Qldr iy y>y, dyjfdLy
db  ^6 ■   " ^4y>'~V ^jS-y'u.x
^d  <3 £?<?  ■'"  J&7 ^>~ ' Pi °-&y->d
QLy ^ syp^y/i., dy6> 9>a ^"^ '
?i &- cO ^d^ y^, fy-^- yyd>, c d^
f^cyir- f^apyyv,^s^n><^
^4 db OO / 4£ < - -y&G '<y? ^ <ddb
y^
G£> db *yj^S > >~*^d c?cy *7Ly G^y^
<&-ydb ^ ^ "*n   G£r> dq yp *-y> <3 L
cy°d> db ^ddU "V ^y& ^d L- L ^^ *^fe
-^ (Py •   <^. ^^^6 >^-y-' " pd fct ^^>
(lo^9, l   9>4 <£>—    Gfad&   ,f    dypCs-^
^d dds? ■ " ?4 bk -^ ^^ ^^^ ^
4yc9 d>h /-. ^- -y 6^>» S<?c9^$
i>S  G(p Ay'cDf J^d> ^d ~"y6 >  dd
c~?-- 9% > <&-ypA (°£> db- ^d s-y7 <%&>
a"0?  -*{%>• yf^<-  <Zj>/y?>d   ^L94'i.
^d? y^y^y ^c ^^dtyfb^'CsL-
"°a d>d9 ^y "V bi ■
d. z^y-A ->' G$h £x-yi% , i & y*
dT'cr 7-^, -r>/ ypyp » ty y* *2&£ CTd? C*- ■'
^-y- -y>A *>t • ^y'' kb Gfo yiyd. db ^dd^>
t>/ Gtp , L y4^ G<p dy> . ^~y- U^'V
-*^yyfi^C" <&y Gfh S-yd^)d9 -^5.
v>- b 3^<db y  -r><^ <SLy Gfbd-c)
-'Ay db £%y' «•   t>ft>s/<<Qy**-«  ■
y^ &•- dPdSdb d^^: "& *>b
Gfa ^Tyr^ yh G^6 &_y Pa ~^^
0< 7-0 .o.o p)y Gf£> > G^hyrSz^ didg.
°1ly y^-r GChyy-^yydb  G^6 Ci- f>y
6. <^.*djj>_^ ^^, ^ yyy&. _
'6
:- <■-   -y%
dfb
k/1.
yy^d
yy-yy ; 7-tz^yj*^6 -sy^ y ^ $z> yyz^y
G(h ^>y$>-j /A , y<y ^sl^ G^b <^d? ~z T>d
&d - ddcLyyy? y*-yyi -f*-c * d^o^y
"'d y^~d7   ^y*>-Qy 7 f£> d-e-yd ->d  ^^s
^~ ^d -cf-C» ^^-yd -v •v ^d^-yd
-cf^-Cdi ^y~ ■  fPddiyy; -v cLy y*
G$D  S-yy*L^  -.  qLt -xy y^y^^^  yfh
^y*y—yyF~*y ~zfi^y?*
C
yJLyy
<**<^  S-x,'** && J6-* » ^^ ^
ft    > di-*-^-^   -f^Oi-y
/ALyjT
"V
(
*<-yA £>(* y^ ^r vj--)k/
6'h. %<\.   Parablfs of tins K.v^d ofkiod.
"^
^A.
L.'.ti
"^t
<^ ^./i  ^    QLyy**-<y^f ^ jj^y/ 7
SL. yy\ cyd9 ddb'dJ^d: " -^<-^^
- 9 ^■-,
A-01Z?
^
^fc^
I
StSliii.:
iffiVfeS?!®«»'S f'i
i
r'-
BISHOP   DURIEU S   NEW   TESTAMENT
11
• SL.
-*^y a^ db d&> —   - 5"--^ db cr-
sv-0 ?*> ^>sL £ * «°6 ^£y *«.—
c6~9db d. *v. ^yj C-^cOjb^^- G(b
-fvi?. glV^J ^£<f- d)£) -f^S *~%-A
"°< '^ <P *fy ' -*%y °<< ^y— &~$
db 6- *-y? 6--**% €>p «— - 6£> 7v_P t
CVa-, aL^    ^   £fp w^_     r^p a^^-rpCfa
<kTd> 7   -yly^^- yS-fdb -y~
Is
< _
■XT
•o
-o
-j^Chp
AZ-y* Gfo*^
AM-
-*d4>
~o
TO
^=>  JO
J2^ 7-,, -a ->zcyby- oi^yd^c9 -ȣ6y>T)
/^d/csc9 di * • ''GfrdtTdy db ±&< ?-*
cvp ^y^~£ G6 y>y*a\, ->y%-»* *a<?d■'
~<yp<^— ,vy ^ -+s 00; d>p yz> j.
**" ^<-^. -^ 4^yj -^y& -  r ,yy
t> 6 °" "V <?d> i^\^,^^
'*6 ft?''   £ 0 4Jy) .^dZ<j,y\■■ o-yj
G<p y° ^y-  ■*% d?d •' y &Jp ^~- . id
-~^db a*-*--
*■ - ^5 d5 v-^ y c ?»°?° 7>a »>*"■*•
"^ -ft*' l ^-^ ^/ ^ -/du^y
<$$> c?d" -°4 &fr 3& r 1/3 -*f6ct^y
**-'4 ££ ^-y*~ ^4 ^y>y  -^   ^C y Tif
i-t^^-lfs?*:^ dp^y- 8-fyb
-<^><p -*a -y ^ yy^y •
*6   G(y ^'-gp   £*£ <?></;'    ^ -^   -f-^S
U^jff'     db     <-<-y    -"A    idC
db ~° °-v -fif>d>i ^-"a t*f* 4d
-*zd
-xy^ ^i cop -y^-^— G£> -t& -f^y b
<oj -~y— rp-- <yp Gy_s>y^ y-^-~ G(d "y
-f vJ? . cOp -m^ ■*& —yh ^iy^ &P G
v-p^v Tv_p b^^^- <yd* dbs*-yyy^~ ■■
'& + ^fy&p G^y^ -j^P'du.^
Ak,^- Jd-> Gpa <tr^ <db y~ -M -o^> cPcy '
'< G<^y^r   <j   Gfu) dy$.»  *   —dtydPs? '
"GLy &A  -Y » ^_£y +*-& l> i#  ^ *^>
A^ <^ G^j>y?^ -y^.,» x -w— cJ&-
'~%-ycyy» 2?f ^-n oL-y G_gy Cf-^ (.^ (. __
^~f^J> d^dSr- d>Jo G>^_s y->, -j i__p •
-^oO ^jfe? id- -j^P G *~d*)$5- df{,
<Pj   yCl ,   cdZ QJL^ y^yy v-i    ^     (, -v, ,
^P  G<J^ -f^P d^yd? dJ&- L £->
dk, ^^> <P"~ $4y?d<db& -^^
c$~yAy?-yj -^6 ctp d^-7v_P t ^^-Ty
G-y^d^SSr- y*> ■> y^dddy&dk *»/ ' "£&
d> -dy db   ^*fA  S-r, CVp   ^y^yp ^   bJ^
y      yy -   _-.   -S^^xly
<d>y>
-ft
-A
»x   y^yfyf'    v.
■•"    >*^ C^ -^^'
ddk -•■£
*/ dp
yd** i>/ )   -*y ^JZ(f> —o*y iy *>^k-
•^ • ~^y--^6» <^«k_?^^
SkJ>
(,
(P
^4 &&
P       9-y
cy*^db -y »"t J2>
>-^
^^ ~*C^     ^^y d7J>C,^$s^G\ $
Gs^y^s^L^yfb y-p yT^.   /VTA, ^
-o^ n^   -p^ c^ .  (3Lyyf -*% ^S]d
^y-jA -*^y GJpdfi- y{% di y*-* -*#
y^ -V -*±s y?c? db It -^y^dUs*-yd
tyd G^sr^ -,y^   i ^s*^ yfl
d£   ~h* /. AJZ.yj   ~yf *-g>p ^yp> dsy*y<
"dKcLyy^'d ^yy /Jy? ^y^^ *
ADydJ .. -       - y <o .      y*      ^    .. .
"'' ?*^^(r^\'fi£y^^t»~'~~^&~d^4f~
<^6  #V. <-<?
«^v_ ^
i^-.
•^ /.    -A.   ,   JT^ < ■ -   yC->, _   >k_^*k^> rtJ   .  i
9^-5
<iR^
^<^6
^   Tf'-tP  .    *^   <S^  r. ',   ■>-? &£ Sd>ySiy9,        GPl?
G (p <P2^> d-
69'- ^y^y?
oL, -y>r
>y.
T>y
*y,
S-yyu
"Si*,
- 2
^»t, -«v
Gfi)
d$
*Jd?c?
C>d S-y   ^^5 ^ db^-^-yO. yyp 2. yn>j±y
~<jGch -y^l
dk d^c9'. yd>
\y^   v^< -yyy*Lyy2
J>
3U,
^ cvpy^
d-ddb
<9-
\~y**..
-X
dh y
y.
'jy*
r^db-'(6y    ^^■.•t^:^^vo^'.i
<&~ydy(p
**!D
- G^s>y^ Gn  1^5?-
2r -;-^
<X-y
<  —
-*<?.
I* -  <\
& -v
>-.
v
-/Vfc
^ -V ^ G,
j>y^
db&p
°d„
y.
O y    t).
°d
dry -sib -~*ds -x»-^
J&
e>y -o
^6
7 '/-^^ij
^-Ji^-
xy~) k^
•=>^ OC-, '-v ^ -^ v_^ ! ■ i
18
OUR   FUTURE   PRAYER   BOOK
I
'4
♦:♦> -•:♦;<
'4
•5» ■
'4
$
•5
►3
»5
4
V
.V
4
i«'
•:♦>' .'•:♦>.
'4
•7.
>»:< .>»:< ;>»:< >»>: ;: >»* >SIK >»x. >2lK,>as<. >3I5< >5«<,>5ts.,-:>:^; j.^,;^
Veni Creator.
fc*^?"
b:
2gZ
3/^> \* -Vr^t^^fT
II
yyc<^dyd^y
\7~^y^ y^.
v.
v-td> -ȣ, ^ j
> td   *^ ~> y\*o *
«/    "3    «.k>^     —O   fe-^    ,
—^>   k>s  \y*-/7o,
*■ yb a> * cy^y
y~y^^\>yy'-^).
:•:♦:•: .'•:<*• :•:«■: ;.:«.;■: :-.»:,; :.»:,: ;.»:., ..;...„ ,..«..,. ;,»»,,>SK ;:.:,K ,;„;,,.,. ;.s»:.; .......
"7-
»!5
I
#
*5
»5
'4
.k5
5
.-5
4
'*:
>5
$
s
$
K
%
'4.
4
4 INDIAN   TEMPERANCE   SOCIETY
79
t\
ii ■
11
17
'.laftons,
ds^(6^y%>-'d6s*yi v^i t *, C$b
6£   &/
°/C^ "^ e4 -*y76eLyj*yd
iSL'4 1<>~A <Ydb^&ld^G<h:
dfyy-o -iy CSiyd * Cp<*y^,y s^S,cp <*# -y
.ffioG^, $> *»A ~*d <£>•
ddiy* GG dSLy£ d*y oyo ~A «k_^7 3 070 fyy
d/\y° y>y* cSLyd y °7° ^jy K^dly, «p»
opo s>—' to. ^ *-
df^ro ^-n C3i-j/
Prc>mise.
' 'V «^t_ c^5 ^ >^f
6-*Vi X-y
C?c?
^ 7^1f '^ 4/7^,(^
g^ £$> ?^ -C-C^Ld^
t —o**
7°K(^Zr-d2<9->d6
  y      y- ~\-\_  ~, \- .
6 &r>* Q _/,"CJ)>r, QLddJcP G-y^^^^
7 G-^l   Gg> ^> /ye-yy   2 -
2 -   G-JZ-y-JyC, -*>«}_, Cj ?y Jg) -o-i,^^
V £%? 1 "^ -y £%?
C<
OU^OO
-o^» , GOtS^
5
db- d>{p C9CS>» O^^.-" *"% »'V "C7
/vi^
*/iTNy
J-Lx
^
-^Z**-'.
ftemctr/<s.
/&' QLy 9>d ^y\r> -y^ciLyCy^^
^j^y. 1. y^m ^j-*y. ^O™, Zy*- y^. yp. Cdb *l
k^k^k,,/, 1 d^c^^y-^yyy0
db-^A
1
d-T->d>„
d-od>>
f~zz>
Af^y-o y^d>-yz, d-*d-^ , y^d,^ (fs
.QLy
y^^y-OGi'dcs)?^^ G£$z,dL.3*v>,   ^ S^^
®'~ 2>d Cfa *>d ~C-C QLy $d
dd^ $>$>  <5Lsa . dU ?a ^l yfl Cg
dfb
^>^>
y>Q
y
d-&yy-> -v
-^e»*-Vi
ddy
^Sy^i^
^A '®y db^A "G'-C » <P
.^"V-C-Cdt *d
Va <2— -y^ys d^&CVfi
(p I ?  ^4   C^p ; eLy ?
d7\-ro <sy"l , <p£>d 7^9-
?^^^i"^^^A^5^
TV*-.
t/>^yj,y*3-yj}r7*.t>y -o^, QLy J2? ^ |/"A / £     >
y°i 3^ y\y~<yy> ir,y^D .tM ,,» ?..2>      *& ^6
£7jl
jy y£d<yyfb .ry -,^ ou^
<3_> CLyy-t^r ^ ^ii
viyi »
'-V
y7<
' ^d
9^
^f-*y;(D
^a <ycy
Witness,
A/4\me.
f^d-iyy-y^ -ey= co^^a    ^ dk *<7& -*%- Date
■
yy*>c?j6
13^
•' °?* $d
!> ~°^y dd^
v>- ^[q u ***i**tu*reaaa*cBaictt f
'aMimH9W^KK^.n-a*nai^»v.
»
i $
II
-
Ii
I'm
THIS!
Q
Jdr^ <9p
dyyeT—
13
Q,<dj
cd\/j>cdi->i ~q£&^
J^JUs
CLy
JAS. McMILLAN & CO.,  -   Minneapolis, Minn,
R.   E.   SMITH,
Establish.© d   18 8 3,
DEALER IN
Dry Goods, Groceries,
Boots and Shoes,
Clothing, Millinery,
Carpets,
Quiicitena 3fofel,
Near the Center of
NIC0LH    LHKE,
50 Miles South of KAMLOOPS,
Health and     *
* Summer Resort,
Beautiful  Scenery
I
House Furnishings, Etc.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
s Jfoiite,
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
and Climate.
e>:d. o'rourkk.
Proprietor.
—«o»—
JOS.   RATCHFORD;
Superintendent.
INLAND SENTINEL,
IN TOUCH WITH THK
lining, Ranching «E? Coiiimercial Interests
OKTHli
INTERIOR OF B. C.
Subscription, $2.00 per Year.
SEND FOR SAMPLE COPY FREE.
Kamloops, B.C. Medailles d'Or, Paris 1878 et 1889
Mettiode pour apprmdre sans m.'dtreyn 2 heu?*es} 16Q edition,
franco : 3 francs. E.  ULPLOYE. a Sinceny (Aisne)
A
o
On
In
*
Un
VOY ELi_ c.S
0    On    E    E    I    En    U    An
O    ©     -    -    I    f    J     ''
CONSONCMES
Pe Be Te De Fe Ve Ke Gue Le Re Me Ne Gne Je Che Se Ze
t       j      -     —     \\      /   ■    /        '   •   /■     C      y       i)     d~\    d?\     ^S MS
Regle generale : Ecrire les Sons et rion pas les Lrttres.
Regle des consonnes : Seules Let R s'ecrivent en remontant.
Regle des voyelles : Les tourner de maniere a eviler les angles.
Hot*. — Les points et accents ajoutes i certains signes s'omettent habituellement.
EXPLICATION DE L'ALPHABET DUPLOYEN
VOYELLES
A  o   Petit cercle.
0 Q Grand cercle.
0 U £) Grand cercle bouole.
rjl^<-l|4    de   grand   cercle
u I *     avec  point.
II      i  l
E *
I   c
htt'r
on;
uN
i—I li^.de^grand^cercle^
sans point.
Petit   1(2   cerole   sans
point.
Petit   1| 2   cercle  arec
point au-dessous.
Petit   1|2   cercle  aveo
point au-desBus.
1|4 de petit cercle avec
accent aigu au-dessus.
1| 4    de    petit    cercle
avec accent aigu au-
desBOus.
1|4    de    petit    cercle
avec accent grave au-
deHSUH.
1|4     de     pKt.it     cercle
aver hcchih- jfrave an-
dfUKDliH.
CONSONNES
Pe .
Fetite verticale.
Te -
Petite horizontal e.
Fen
Petite oblique, de gauche a droite.
Ke /
Petite      oblique,      de
droile a gauche.
Petite   oblique   aaoen-
Lt    /
daute.
Hr\
Grand I|2 cercle en
forme <ie voute.
Se^>
Grand 1|2 cercle en
forme de bassin.
N^ Grand 1| 2 cercle en
E J forme de C retourue.
■A y Grand 1|2 cerclo en
-Wl.t 0.    forme de C.
f     BE   |   Grande vertical*.
U£ — Grande horizontal*.
\fc\    Grande     oblique,    de
"      \     gauche a dreite.
RMe  /Grande     oblique,    de
u*-'     /   droite a gauche,
i—n      / _ Grande oblique aaoen-
nt ■ /■■   dante.
pUp       Grand 1| 2 cercle poln-
~ir ... Grand 1|2 cercle poin-
^•t^>^ te, en forme de basHin.
_ Grand 1|2 cerole pi>ia-
uNE *)   te, en forme de G re-
tourne.
ILL     S'ecrit     comma     i>lu-
■ieurs i «v.
X  S'ecrit comme KS ou GZ.
Signes euphoniques Z'U/T ^ N} R ■/ K v
Leu voj-ellesse tracent dam le sens qui permef do les unir
SANS ANGLE anx consonnes. Le» consonnes se tracent toujour* dans le sens hulique\   L-es deux consonnes L et B. 86
tracent seules de bas en naut, en remontant.
pb   td 1'v kg Ir  m ngn   j ch  s  z   o a ou eii u  e e i an on in un
i |   - —,\\ / /  // C   *) •)' r\ci\y^\^Oo Q fT J w * c  r    u   V V   j
1        2        3-4 567 8 9 0   O separation des chlffres droits rep-Hes   | fj^>£-a^33J^^
'WJKsuicassflka
anaaattttaaaBM'q rw^towiffljw.^.t^mrty.-QK^y^
-.*.»*i'.<'»-^.-.irj.,*k.kw-A #wy+-i
P
t> Hi
OTHER   PUBLICATIONS :
Bishop Durieu's Ohinook Bible History.   With English
interleaved.    1 vol. bound, post paid,       $-1.25
Kamloops Wawa, 1892, 1893, or 1894.     With Indian
Prayers.    Three volumes,; bound: now rare,   .    .    .   each, $2.50
I
11%
I
I
m
IF'-
B
W'T.
i
COSMOPOLITAN  HOTEL,
The oldest established house in
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
J. H. tt.USSEL., Prop.
GO TO
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
Dealer and manufacturer in
Stoves, Tinware, Plumbing, Hardware, Paints, Oil and Glass.
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
Fov FURNITURE, CARPETS,
WINDOW-SHADES, Etc.
M.  GAGLIETTO,
eneral Merchant,
KAMLOOPS, B.C.
STATUARY DEPARTMENT.
!i i
■ C
-J,
■OF-
D, & J. SADLIER & CO.
GatMic Publishers, Booksellers and Stationers,
IMPORTERS OF
mm mam mm statuary t mam mm,
'■> \
123   Church   Street,
 TORONTO.
1669 Notre Dame St.,
MONTR PA I. 	
We have the Bkst European Artists, and Skilful Painters,
working on our Statues, and we can supply immediately, or on
short notice, a great variety of statues of Saints and Religious
Groups, in all sizes, in Plaster, Plastique, or Cement, with plain
or rich decorations artistically finished; also a large and varied
assortment of models for drawing.
All orders are given our personal attention, and we are
daily in receipt of- ni»hly complimentary letters from all
parts of flic country.
$t
■-   til
,-    ?•!
y
.' *
di

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.kwawa.1-0347404/manifest

Comment

Related Items