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VOL
TROUT LAKE CITY, B.C..  Hay 31. iqo6
No.
.".i.
I'HOFESHIONAl,.
0 U N WILKIE. P.L.S.,
Provincial I..ind Siiri .j nr.
Mineral Claimi Surveyed
mnl Crown 'iii..!• i m.i.lim,i
■I, .i.n,i,.'   Ni i. ., i <mil.-,
I I 1.1k.-. II c.
    -,   11, I af' i. ,1    A. Ilnrv, >
l   M   PIS I. II \M
HARVEY HcWltTER 4 PiNKHHAM
— <»I ll I 1*0118, I-...
REVFLSTOKE    B    C
-   .. i.,i I ,,   , i ia I  I.ni.b ,.i * iin.,1*.
I'KKIi     ''       KLLIOTT,
mm.i-11 i: SOI .m
ITI'.I it:, KTC .
Trout l.nke. B. I'.     nn.l Ferguson.
= 2l33a\>iini =
i,..l.l .,r S Irer
c.il mil dllver
III   I ,*a,l
•        .  ..   .
'/   .i.      	
.,i llie mnl I. Mi.,..- ni Troul l.aka, sboul
li nn,,-* Irom Trout l.nk« City, morkoil
"J. C. Murray's north '■,."' hoinei
poal," iln in., minili sn chshis, thence
.  i'n. hi Ins, Ihem c north h,. , huiiia,
llifilri'  im«I   in  i Imil.a   li.   ll,.- | i,inl ul
, > ti.ii.i ii,'i in. nt.
N.i 2.   Coii '. rli.*' st a |
til mi il,,* mui I. ■ [ Tmiil   I.ni,'
nl ■ .,1 ., mill. inn.i  I.'" *   i ike Cli|
ii ml,, ,i 'i    .     -I  '  ,|     nm ii ,..,-•
i hi i.'i    | .-.' tl.i,.-   ■   iilli   -il  i liMina.
i - •  .-,-■', ri, una. tiifi-f.. north i'1
r l,.-i <■<•   , i-i   HI.   ,-lia,. i,*>   10    tli"
i,i,Inl t-l 1*0111111.    ,    ', Bill
.1 .    Mi HltAY,
*   IV   thrall i
Ir,*- I \...■. l.u,. imil.
N.'lif,'   la   lirr.-l,.    *,"'*•''"   lhal   **
tHu   llttilllli*   It,.III   ill"    Ilirl     |,,l|n   - ,|I lull
 I i'i ii .• Ill llllll I '■ ,i,in.i, .il ' li ll
I    n I   .,,   spply   t"    ilia    Mon
i'lui-l    ( omtuiBtioner   ol   I hi.till -..I.-  i,,i   h special 11-■»• it---	
carry ana*/  limner  Imrn  the f,,l
tli *t i nit ,| tm <U t.iluiilt',1 hi    linl li,,,|   '
, i. ii
Nn  1    . 'ommenriiisal „ .- •
,.' ii.- • -mil th "I I'.i.ui i ,i t. .ti-tn'
7 miles innn 11,,ui   I .ake Cllv, marked
' A  ',. I .a*.11 a north »'..*! i t."i.-i I-.-'
lli.-.,. - a I, in  chains,   tl.<  i*.--' SO
Inn lie, I hence imrtli HU rliaint, 11
I I'.lll.ll* It B
I1 Ml  , mi Hochalua lo iln* uoim
t: oo'
t no
I) 50
V*   S,    I ',,.1,It,,-ii ii,,* *.l il I*..! I    i   ■■
no the eolith allure ul   r*mil |.,,,-... ,,k.m
M mil, a (iiiiii    I nmt    Lake   l'l, i,
"  x     ti.    I -..ia.-,'a   nnrlli •-,,-!
shannon, Iraaayer ■ ii,,-,,,-.- loutn s,i ,■>..   - ■
Trout I..iIn-. B. C.  •"atWd I,,,mi -n ,
___________________    li,.-i.i-..   , n-'   -.1   i Imil.a   lo   11,** puilll „j
' • ii I   ' *    1 It \ -I I.,
I!\TIT",N\L peril   IV, Abraham!
Dated .\| ril 17th, I US,
Tl SCAN    I.«»I »•.I:.
""      ' Nt.i .•••   -  berth]   sfren  lhal  arithin
\  I"    .*\  A.M. "'" "'"-.it" Irom 'I'	
hereol in ll - .sella,,
3rd    man-day each - ,,,,,.,,,1 ,„ kpnir ... u,- Ho.  •
. nm.illi. 11'.n.i "iii*.",ii-'i nf I :ui'U   an,I U,,,k*   i,,i !
ng |i„-il,r.*.. c„„ii»ilv invited.    »•__*' I
ra |, -.-.    1 C Camphall.W.M    ;.,, ,|- - ■ ti
— . . ■ l     No. I.   ' rata poet |
!   t K I      I ' ' I ' • I .    I    11   ' I   I '
\, i    j 1 *n  '.■ n' l.aki*  I'm ,   n
l l  ,        . .         . ...!..-.
j~nm. ii^ritl.r inr.iiii**f Itrld I,,
**   ,t?.l"+jf      > i.i ir. .1......   lun   .»»rj
V'.'    " *'   *_v>       ' "** t"*- " (   ' *l   *
' *.r' a      I'Mimt  •
%,'J.t,."""; ™    .i.u..r.li.ll.i w»lr.,.nr
•a' *-.#
I". M.M..I I .-.I.  -..
i *   r*. h east c
|»"*',     |hl    '       -   nil.   BU   .I.n     -    '
 ril,   Nl ,
,.   r„i  wi chains lo I ha |<uii*l oi
■ *n ..in,-ni.
No. 2     I iiti.r.,,-,11-t._ ic a pn.1 i,linti"!
mill,, north «l.(.,(-"I 'li'.'.i i .mc. »!*■ ut
t\ mile* Irom limn Lake Cty, n.
' A.  Abrahamsan'a N.ntli «,-.t  rorner
T\ T*l 0   w^t -  ihenea
L >__/__]    a_) LXj wvJ -,iii.i
*^ *.,."      i   IHKAIIAMSON
i ■■! ..  W  Ahrahanuon
WHOLESALE   AND   BETAU   Date * April 17th. lau
Meat
Merchants
1»a.l. ra in all kinda of Preah Meal
I mui' LAKE. ii(
F. B. Wells
REVELSTOKE, B. C
RAW FURS
JOU0H1
CA5H   PRICES   PAUL
- hereby plten iKni  b ihin
' * Hit Iron  tin   r"1 . ■ hi i
'■ briilsh Columbia tii    in
t.,   ni|tiv   to    lbs    *
■    in r ol I hii.Ih   ami Iturk*.  Foi
* ii, .• in   rill Slid fi.r. i aiiai
iii   '' p   lolloa ing ilc. ub.->i
-   -     ale I   in  V, ,-r-i   Ki..,ifii iv
'-    l-   ' "i iirlna al s |*oti ■
 ol i i ml i ski   -
.  I roul  l...i. t'.1,. marl  ■■
Ka<lj 'a  in,nl, paal i in iier |   al
nil BO il,a.i «. il,' i , ,■ sr. -' BO
'   III "   .i.n il,   Wl rhsilif    nf'
""' chains ,*>  |*oiiil .*l coi ie s
'-'.   I'ommanelnasl a pott planted
■ ■ ior. • . r.,,ni i ake, ah ml
-■"   i ...i.i   l.iiki* I'm rki-*i
'     Ksiij ai.nrlh * :i*t rum. i | ■ -•
■ south BO i i,h.i.*., Hihi ii* eeal
'   i   a, thence nm ib Wl rl.sii.a, them •
■ ■ iihinr- tu ti.,- pninl t.f ct.iiiii'itin'i"
.1. i.   ItADY,
i * r. i. \v, abrabaiiisoii, snout.
• 1 Ai>nl l.'ii,. i-.ii',
1 f i« horcby irireii ih.it uii inn
■ * * fron. tl,.* Brat publication
t In' llnil.li Columbia liuieitc,
.lend    in   apply     tu    Ibe   lion
1 'mn..iHMniicr   ni     I.nini*   mid j
"i k« for ii i.p. -i.,i  |lcj*.nto to cut mnl
•   li   Iiml   r  trom i|,,- Inllnwiiin;
,;l"•'! la.'lllt, MHIillr-tl III \\i-n Koot-
•" I.   I'ominenHugsis post planted
|'    ll"'    Built ll    alnili*    nf    T I    I nl,.',
'   •■   .ml. b   ir,,ni   Tr .   I I uke  I l.v, j
larked " A, Mubuuil's liorlli .'i.al I'l.rmi"'
1 lieiicn h ,in n  hn chains, llienrr
• -1 -n . I nun., ihence north sn rlisina,
nasi  8n chiiI.ii to ihe | 'i nl
"".itichcematit,
1 '-'    Cotnmencing at a post pliot-
' "'I tli," B.ii.ih alinri. •.( Troul I ake,
tjl   I   InilcH  hum   TrOUl   l.nke i in,
''■■I " A, McLean's north.eisl oor-
' i",-t." ibence soulh nu chains,
i.'iii'M ivcMi Ktl chains, thence north sn
nil s, tbance cnsi  su clmi'in. lo poiiil
": <'i.ii.iiii,|i,',.|i !, a, Mi'l.llAN.
. I'.'t' ii. \V. Abroliainion, bkbiiI
1 "ea Anrii 1VtJ_. I'.nl..
Police ii horoby given tjiat within
 he l.'uin tha  Drsl   imblliratinn
, "' lu lhe British Columbis Qssi lit*.
""•"ul   to apply   tu th..  ll,,,,. i'|,i,.j
H""lllli':* Br of Lands and Works (on
'"'''"'   jloenn lu . nl   nn.l   cnrri nimv
"" "'.'. 'rum  the following tlsicrlbeil
i*"'}is BituHiod iii w.'st Kootinayi
' "• )•    t-'uiinneiiciiig ut I(JOBtpllllteil
N'nftM Ihinti
in-iii i -  i. herr-
| i                     .-. •*,.. |
' ... spi'h i" il..' II.   . 'i-i Com-
I ,■  :-     .,,1 W.uka   f*,r   a
■ : -, ■
llll U-r   lit.
li I in u eel K,. i, nai
.
- ■ I "tki i;,n
trail, iii.ti'i  '."..   niil.-a  reel   *l   Ir-mi
-•■I "..   iv    khrahi ■
nortl tail •        -       lhe      aoulh
*>» rl  ;,      t. th. .    V . - -     '     .
north 80 rl ■  *■" choilM
... I I - a- l-.llil .1   •■' -Iiiiii .ill ,'llil'Hl.
N ■ .     * iat a      ■ ■   -• •• l
.    . iii
trnil.
ii,..rk.-! "0. W.
. cat corner | ,411.
chain.. Ilu ,, Ibence
-,i, lutine, I hem •■  « esl  Si111 sins
lo lhe |anni **f *, 'ni
No. II.   fun .'■ iug ni * i>"*' |*lai.'itl
lb. ni i.«' (ci north it) the I ... k i I • i
trail, about   1 '-.•   mill« steel  **f   1 roul
I ake,   ii.niki- i " ii. IV   Al.rui.n
tooth "a.l  corner  P*t,"  Ihenea   ureal
|0U  ,-iuiiii..   I hence   i.,*rt I.   10
■ l n cbaina, thenc*i «.....!. 4n
chaiiiB, i>* lhe polni "i tt mniencen
.1  \V, HJltAllA*d. )N
I M-- 1 tiirll 17th. Iria.
Nntic • * hereby given tl .it 30
days nl "i- dale 1 intend lo inak**
.ml I oal , n tn t ic ilu... Chief
i i in tn I tail ii, r Cf I, mill .ii .1 Wurka
i- r .1 i-| e.*i,il I t'.-iiMt |n cul nml
<• r. i ne.iv litnlier fr *n. r . I,,
low ngrle*ei*ibi rl lam's sitnaied on
iu View trail snd at ...it n re."
mil, a Ir in <ici i.i*i com in. n ng
.it .i p 'M ii.nrlt. .1 I.' alia ll , -
oorth-weal o u tier :".-t. iliene*
i-.i-t "ii ehaiiie, Hie i o aoul li BO
ul .i Ins, th u.e w.'-i su cii.iini,
i ii.'i.cc   ,i ii th   RO olinins   lo the
Jl'l'll'   "f (""lll(ll'l|.Ct!l"llt
li.ccl IHI. May, 10 ''•
l.lftl.lK   llll I
I'* r A. Bigger, Awent
N'otio • n- hereby given tlm i SO
.Inv lifter .lute I intend t*. ni ik*-
npi'lii ation tn 'In* lion I lit I
i lonimissioni r of Land*: :in*l VVorks
t'nr n Hpi-ciil license '.. cut raud
enrv mi.iv limber from the f..l-
Imiiii^ described lands situsted
uli..nl .'i inii. it fi.iin (let r iiii iiii ll.c
south side nt Troul I. iKc, VV K..«.t-
ouny dbitrirt, conimeneiug nl a
|...-t marked Leslie llili'- r..nitli
r iir-i corner post, thence wi -t I"
c' aim, thence mirth 160 chains,
thence enst -Id chaina, thenoi . evi11>
lilt) chains t.> p int ol commi nco*
ment, Dated Mcy Uth, 1906.
I.i.s: ii: Iln i.
(per A. I.ixnar. Agent)
The H C. ASSAY and f 11  rilCAI.
iUHPLYCo., Lid.
VlMlil'VKB,   H. C.
llra,|.|.iortcri lur Ai*mvi>rt, Minini an.
Mill anppbsi.   Bole sgenia lo H. C lo.
Mnruan ('rucil.lt. I'.. , Hatleraea. Kii|[-
land; T. W. ItrHiin A Co. a I'at.nl Can
Fnrnarea, llnriipra, etc. Win. Aim-
werlb A Oo.'s k'ine llalaurtt, etc , etc.
Su_»c"ibe for TEe R.aview.
Notice ii hereby given that 30
days nficr dule I Intend lo make
application to  the  Ch'ef I'l.uiiins-
 .' "f Lands and  W'n.ki (...■ u
-I ml license t<. cut  and carry
away limber fur the following del
r''i iiiiii lainlr. si tun ti ,1 ,,n Abialiaui
,.. creek mI«• ■ ■ >_ ] ..r .. mile frpm
I r*.ui Lake sn l sb *m -I miles from
(.erranl, uotninencing nt a poll
in.iik* *i    \    Higg U *  **'.'V cornel
|..mi, (hence 80 chains east,  Ihe	
an nth 80 cliaina, thence west 80
* I. nu*. il.. in-.* mn th BO nliaiiis i i
point nf (•i.iiinieii.'f.ii.'iit.
I',.- .I. May Uth, 1900
A. Iln. .ai:.
N ' ,f l| hi rebv given tb.it >iitv
.Im* ificr dill • I intend 1" apply
lu tli • Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Worka Inr |*erinission lo pur*
haaa U.e following described lands
«'-iiiit.'.l at Qcrrard, M est K loten-
,i ■ I lisiriet, and commencing at «
p'tr-t i.i.irU. *1 l.c>ii" Hill's -..tltll-
. i.riit'i.    thence    mirth    21
■ liains,   il.'-ii'- iat   ."i   chains,
tif south io  Lardo riverabnut
21   obaina,   thence   Mimi^   Lardo
river ".ln.nt   '_ )  cli.iii l to   point nf
.< ■ cement    ai d    i nutaii Ing
about -I'i rn"i - more ur less,
I'.i'.-.l 16th Miy, 191 0
Laai ic Iln i
Prospectors
In Trouble.
CHAROE OP sir \l IM; pro.
visions HV LOCAL MIN:
NOT  PROVED.
Progress       *
in Mining.
ounty
Court.
REPORT   OF   MINISTER
.MINKS    IS    MOST
(il.'ATII-VINIi.
OF JUDGMENT    RESERVED
CASE OF ROLPHE VS.
8AWMII I. ni.
IN
\l    Local and General.     |
Lealie Hill, general manager of
the (.'iiiiudinn Pacific Timber Co.,
Lid., operating at Ocrrard, was a
visitor this woek.
I'n.v Conatabla John Sinipsnti
"I Poplar is attending the Hitting*
i.f tlie pnlice court this week.
Tbe report .>f Ihe  Minister of
*  Trmit    I ake Mining
herewith    continued
John Morgan en I <n.,,rg'i Weir
prospectors,  were brought  upon   Mines on t.
remand on Wedueaday last before  ,.- ■ •
I .1 i   ',< in, I ':.   -:■,:,    IS
Justices .M'ltr.v nml   ( ii.nl-l«-ll   In
m...ii, r lhe charge, <.f stealing Ii»urj,r"1" ""r laHt """"•:
can. of evui nratcil cream, tlie l>rn- '     "On tl.e Triune, Mtunte-I on the
p.-rty ill   Aitl.nr   (lowing.     1 be I Ti imi"  mountain, and  owned by
proaecutor Is n logging oootraetor! the Metropolitan  Gold  and Silver
with tiv.. c:uiipa in the district.and j Mining Co., Ltd , chiefly work nf a
Mr. nn.l Mrs.   Mud.len   ami ann
The County  t'omt  tiittin-^ on|Charlie visited Nelaon tins week.
Tueaday.   a as   presided over
His Honor .liid^" Forin,
■•yi
PIANOS.—The famous Gourlsy
,,.,     „   , ^^s ,    ,   .        iis   llie  one  to  buy.    It  is not a
ll^^rrn^^i^'t^lchMli  piano  when  you  buy, but
Hi,It Ik* vs, The Canadian
n n.i Sawmilli, Lt.l. for mx mon tbi
snlury.    The  pliiiitifl'a cluim was
piano
■ I yoi
omy  when   y.ti
rimberi V()U c,ni| yol| |lgve practised econ-
bave  tested   and
___________________________________________________________________      that lie wns engaged by Ihe year nt i t.,'cd "     W'hen   J01'   ,w'"* *n in"
Ihe accused are #ell known in the developing nature  waa  proceeded'*«2W, and sought io' re.-nv - for '„   " --e°       - ,'!'n,•
Urdeau     Tbe  tele has   caused!with during tin; year, 9-0 feetcfhbq,unexpired term.    F. C ElliottJ     rr*y'
ooneiderable   intereit,    the   oourt I drifts and  cros-cuts  having been)*'1'*'  plaintiff;    H    McDonald   for]
cntirt j'Inl h and croa-cuts
house being packed to it utmost, run an.l 180 feet of raises made.
Prov. c.mriiiliie Simt.*..ii conducted One hundred ainl fourteen tons of
.l.e prosecution ami P. C. Elliott lore of an average value of 1135
defended.    Prieonera pleaded Not I waa abipned.    Twenty  men were
Ginger Ale
Ginger Beer
lionbrew
Sarsaparilla
Cream Soda
Lemonade
Champagne Cider
Club Soda Water
Lithia Mineral Water
! Thorpe (Sh Co.
Ltd.
Xrliuiit. 8. ff.
(iuilttl
Arthur (iniviiig ilepr.«et| tbe rani
in queation Wi ie hie properly, and
were tnken from the r.l* K. sheds
:Mt Gerrard. His foreman, Wm.
Doris, lia.l in formed him of the
nrt'.-l**, being misled, and inlor-
nrili.iii wari I.fined aitli tiie police.
II" w,*nt in tl," camp ol tbe accue*
. eti and there fuund   two erin tv St
* Charlea cream canai   He identified
cana produced. He band ,.l ,i lot
of tbia brand and be had noticed
that llie cam, laire certain stencil
marks corresponding with a *mip
on in the c_»". an.l lie !ia*l i.'\.-r
Been iwo eases alike, t'r"6- examined, he had n- ver lien tlu- goods
at fr. Lin sheds He had never
n rn." or .una himself.      Aa far
employed from January Ui October.
Adjoining the Silver C'un on  the
south-east ia the Free Coinage, on
defendant   Judgment reserved.
Elli'tt vi. Croft   An action tot
recover    for    services   rendered, j
Judgment f*.r plaintiff.   Cneta to
be tuxed
Jowett vs. Stanber.   An  action!
Tor participation  in  proceeda  of j
He can fit you out with
any style and at any price ami
terms.    J. C. Murray, local agent.
which eoneiderable worl haa been I **&of No.,'{ mineral claim, and
Idone in former years. The pro- f°r bnanl. Counter-claim entered
I perty in notv under leaf-n to locof] 'or work dorfe by the defendant for
Ipeop'le. alio have done consider* plaintiff. Judgment given forf65
i able work ot * prospecting nuturel board account, and costs.     Elliott
during the year. !'nr plaintiff ; Mcllonal.l for ilefen-
On the Alice NTo. 2, situate near
Maple Leaf
Outing
Shoes
There are running Shoes,
and ruining shoes, but
none to equal those with
the Map's Leaf Urami .>n
the sole. 'I hey come in
both le. ni. and Oxford
".'vies for I.mlie >.r Gen*
t,, men, < lirls or Boys,
and lhe e..|"a ..f all a:.*
made from i lire pa i
- gum rubber.
Manic Leaf
a
Lacrosse.    Tennis
or Running Shoes
the hciiil of brown creek, a, moder
ste amount of sutface workwaal
dm •, eapoeing a   (insure   vein car-
rving valuta of about $165 in gold
.ind -iii, r.
The f.X.L, situated in tho vicinity, ivai tvorked under leaaednr-
ing ihe lat <-r i'H rt of   the summer,
  and i iiii! shipment of about eight
as be knew cai a wew markedeatne "•"9 made. wh*ch nave,  I  under
inon. lie picked can- fi..in •"■•'■•-. .'iv saiiafactory returns,
ground rn which aecu>.ed had been Oi tbe Noble Five, a new loca-
camping. Did notklimv if otbere lion n.ijniniiiK the list mentioned
hud camped there prior to accused. I property,conBiderable surface work
Pleased by rouna,"l witn.es said tie was done an*l about eight tons of
knew nothing ol the case but what j ore siip|»ed.
he bad been told. On the Mobecan,   situated  near
John (.'. Seal.ill. miner, said lie j tha head ..( Ciiiiner creek, the (Srosi
bad i camp near Itapid creek, lie i cut tunnel waa continued about 200
received six cane cl St. Charles feat, it ii niliiaali- thai tUl
.•renin fmrn Hnris nn Ma v H nt' tunnel, when cmtinlieil 20) feet
elation houee. He identified ctu...: further, will cut Ihe bad at n
Imt had imt examined them closely dentil nf 5U0 fi et.
for tnarki. He could not swear Tm. R(,wiinl Mjnj Co ,„,
posiUvely   that   the  can produced   hM tequired 21 cJa|tM nellrScve„-
Mil" creek, and  baa commenced
^_^^^^^   |driving  a  itinnel   which   ia to be
Cal.lii.      linl"
were other oana  in  cabin, but not
nme lite    The can waa  noUiul,-,, -hW| rl|e si,ver ,„p and Net-
his   pow»won after  it was Uai-ii tje   L   fl,ih(.s  li(.    The-**
■ - vide, co    It was put m a sack  ,„,„ iti«t:_;u*.! a 6-drill compreaaor
a,„l plsoed ,in the boat in luraeraLn() r,1M  :,i„,llt r,-,, ,,.Pt of tIln„,|
office dunne trip up lake.    Cr.B8*|during   lha   ye„r    Thirteen   men i
..xanii..cl.   he  won i.i  siveiir
. .     ■ .   :       _  I ■"■ •"    *~"  "      ' ■■•!
^,^^^^^_^^^^_^^^   . ,.        tions cmiinenceil
can iu office   that   he handed I.nil.]
but could not !>rtv il tl iu likm _ ... ,
i i- prospect   near   Seven-MI e   creek,
from his  cabin   was samo aaeven* '.'.,,,       ,.        ,
i,     > ,   ,     l-    i      ,i.i. about .•■() feet of  tunnel was driven
tiially   llttlideil   to  hirkpatnek at
Trout   I.ake  co.ni   bouse       lie
da tit ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Canadian Timber an.l Sawmills,
Lid , vs. FraP-er. An action to recover boat an.l boat Imuee aold to
the defendant by the late manager
of the company, J. 11. Henderson.
Case settled out of court.
ii*   one .f  those  taken   hy him
, from   stalio'i   house,   nor   that lhe
can 'ini.' from   Li.-
Servici in the Methodist Church
Sunday morning al 11, and evening   at   8,   conducted  bv  D. \V.
Scott.	
T. It. Baker, of the Imperial
Dank, Arrowhead, came in for a
trip Saturday.
V. Cowan, of Itevelatoko, attended County Court sittings.
James Lade and family, and
Vin, e are in from CamWtte for a
few davs.
The fire boso arrived this week.
A meeting of the brigade will bo
called at once to arrang- for drill.
There, is now available 550 feet of
hose, and the hydrants aro »>.
placed that any building in town
can be reached.
His Honor .itidge Korin in
conversation with the Review
remarked that in the near
future the beauties of Trout
Lake would be ii larp r asset
to the town than even tbe
minerals or timber Trout
Lake waa, he said, the pret-
tiwt little lake on the continent, and taken in conjunction wi'h tbe opportunities
fnr aport it would be only a
ebon time until the tourist
travel won'.l tax the entertaining capacity of thir. town.
Tin* i. 1' K. were already en-
couraging side trip, fr in tlie
main line.
■KSH
1st of July Sports A meetirg
wiil be called earl** next week to
anange for games and sports.
Save your money, boys, snd booet
Trout Lake celebration on the lit.
Kev.  Scott  will  preach at Ferguson on Sunday next at 3 p m.
Jim   Scott   arrived  home from
tbe Territoriaa during tha, week.
Mrs Haner came up irutn I.um-
beropolis Monday night to renew
ti d acquaintances.
Charlie Copp is at Silverton and
will come to Trout I.ake in a few
weeks.
about 3,200 feel long, and will cul
at great depth the  porphrn* dyke,.-__■___■   ._____. . .__._._
1 • . :.     i  —■  Tuny Lindgren   left   Monday t..
coinpanyl     Bert Northev, of the Camborne  reeume  woik  on   the  Grand Solo
1 Miner, is blossoming out as a poet, group on Canyon creek.
It ;s not generally known be is the '
author  of that   domestic   ballad,'    Barnf-V     Ro^"1'"!*-      retained
(lining   tlie   vear.     inirtecn   mcni-";     ■•......   ..«....»..%.   ......-w,  ..     ■     -     •  ,      ,„„„    ,u_    ,__.,
•J-1*1 have been  employed aiuoe opera- "Everybody works   but   father." ^   I   it .TV
Uowmg put same  sack conlainina .:<..,« _»,,m«ne«.l .1"   *•   recent  issue   Itert  savs   the wnere lie nas heen visiting
,..„,, > Iteview •' is being   printed   ill blu.i   ' a-1 "-'• "*ecKS
On   the   Knmbler.  n   rromisini;   .   ,  ., .      ,.*-,, , -, 	
ink.     and   editorially   wonders   if
it is   " a si^n   ol   the times."    Wo'.
c.-in see thc little  high cockalorum „, i   i , ,  ,,__„-
,        ^   old   bonanza  days  of   1'JtX),    was
one • r ng, jn j,r(((,tl|l„ old-tiiuen this week.
for iho
Joe Patterson, a rt anient here in
what he is pleased locall the''good
with goo
A
was
results.
thought so and denied   probability
..f cans b.*iiig changed ^^^^^^  ^^^^^
P.C. Kirapatrickdeposed that ba Surptiap, situated
,.        ,        i, . i, -i.    /  i	
received tne sa.-K containing can.
P.(*. Sinn-oil  'aid   that   on   the
[night ■ f  Monday,  Mav 21st,  ho
j fork  of  Lardeau   creek, exposing
l:u_" bodies of iiiediiiiii-grade ore.
^^^^^^       ^^^ About   the   end   of   October th
went with a search warrant to spoil Broadviuw, situated on (-ircai Nor
wh.-re prisoners had li,*"., camping ihern mountain, on which a large
and found they had lefi Ti\.> amount nf work waa done in for*
empty cans were theie picked in.liner years, wa< bonded bv a local
lv   Cowing.     The accused   were syndicate,    Up to  the end of Dec-
, found in Ncs' ill's cabin, but tbey j ember lhe new owners had done
wetc enrolling  in   n  oal.iii further :nhoui loOfeetof  work   and  ship*
, I wondering!   Keep on wona.rtng,
arge amount  of surface work j H(.rlje ,    Vo,xM have cause to won-. ^^^^_
done  during   the year on the der at „,„ l>|u„,1(.H,  of „,, time(! j, —	
on   the   north yotJ   caU.h   na   mIver,i?illg   ** 100 Hon. B. F   Green, diieftora-
1 good envelopes with name and nd- ™Slon*'.ru<_   I**«*da and Works.
dress printed   for  $1.00."    Kindly I «'"• a visit to Rash, h. t week. In
remember  us in   vour  will.   Bert. a, l,'tl1cr  ",  "'«   Review  In* stated
when you've amassed that fortune. ,hiU hc "■••"•<.«,d coming  to Trout
We are believers in
itics—but we arc f t Canada, and
Luke and Ferguson, but that urgent
I business called   him   away   enriier
partv poi- j ,',an ',„ expected.    He statu, how
ever, that   be  will  come  in al an
in particular for the building up"e4r*.y dmta toJook over lha ground
of the resources of the interior of jaim" meet anv requirement*  neces-
The >el-1 garv.    jM the meantime he wiabea
| I'ri. ish Columbia lirst
He   lattedtbia cabin aKa;n  ped  B0 tone   of ore.    beven men    „,, ,)ftilv v,,ws  h„  ,„,,„ „ ,        . |- -■-      _ -   --------- ---  -----
onthe28rdi   tin*  prisoners  were were  em. Ioye.1  on   tb.   property ,RCtnr in'M     m     „d „,|i!e „%,«    ]     ^   'mb,lMl   k"""-r  ,0 ,iW
, having breakfast      Hei id four during Una period. politica of that journal donotauit *—
ci.:inicaiiF('1.r...lin-.!)..nil,etnb,c.i    Hn the St  Elmo, also situaled|_iiW, fwl no hesitation in saying |    County   Court   has   come   and
lie arresti I  the nccuai 'I    Cross-
examined, he did not know wlietli-
I
Ot
k wel
,
til well
, wear
11
.'.
and
an.
in
Id
istylisl
urablc
i, in at
1
or
sale
iy
all good shoo
,1
, a
ITS.
A
_  l..r
tin in,
J. Leckie Co. Ld
Selling Agente,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
on the Great Norihein mountain.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ coniiderabli' work of n prospecting
er li cy had purchased anv .-ream nature wai done, disclosing a g,,<__
:.i   Gerrard.   Several  parties  hud  body of medium-grade oru.
 iipied Ihe cabin nt   Rapid creek      •.-',„.   ljU,.kv   |<0V|   situated   on
Ihtsipnng It was poMible olhcra Tr4jU| Creek, and" own-d by the
might have], fi cms. If prisoners ( |„.Btnut Hill Mining Co, was in
elaimeil tb.y had broUKbt cream Ljierotion from the lat ol January
from Ferguson hc could not deny t0 n„. sou, April, During this
it. He Mould a.Inn' it was pos** time work „( H Jeveloping nature
.-.I,;.- f..r accused to bay,, in their prj„Pjpa||y was don.*, whioh oou*
losscsstnn ens wilh the. ennie „i_u-d of tho following:-ttiiiking
marks as thus.* owned  by Nesbut;,,,,. m„in f|,..fl 4U ,,.,., ,jrth„ . (X.
and '..owing, and lawfully no. tending  the secufd  level   to   U.e
A ii has. r. inctch.nt |»ave ex- Ly,, ,,•„,„, m fMt) .,,„] ,„ tht,
pert evidence as to slgniflcnnce of |tft abo.it 7.'. feet ; extending the
mnika on columns and cans     Tr.ejl(lih|  \ovv\ ,,, ,lie righ,   100 f<*et
hi .I coniieoting ii by a w nse with
coupons and cans      I ne
gist of hi- evidence   was that   lev*
irai c is.'S might br.il same brands.
'I hi-, was the cue for the prose
cut ion
the second level. I ho ore chutes
continue aboul as before reported.
running from '.luce   inches   to one
1-    C   1 iho't,   for tbe defence. •„,,, „• Bu|j,| „,.,., c-,rrvin« about
| said he had several  witnesses sub- , ,r,()   „_,,    fi!v(,r   n,„|   80 p.C lead.
twined, but he did notpropoie to | FJfty tix ,0IUi „• Oro was shipped,
joffer it    He said that the prnseni- an,110 lo ]ti men empiovc_,
tion had told n   most disconnected
*-t.,ry     The   prisoners   hud   in  no
way   been   associated   wilh the ar-
I Holes, and  no evid.inoe  had!.ecu
offered uf the theft of same.
The magistrates without leaving
the bench, concur red and the mpn,
who   had   been   in   custody    eight
days, were discharged.
The Nelson Economist thii week
ceasea publication, and the good
will of the business bus been
merged into tbe " Dally Canadian."
a new paper which will shortly
make its nppcaranco nt Nelson.
Adjoining the last*mentioned
property is the Horseshoe, on
which considerable work uf n pin-
.-peeling nature mm dona during
t ,.* year. Ten tuns of ore were
shipped, which gave very satisfactory returns.
[Continued next week \.
that it has no equal when il cornea gone and we have a sufficiency of
down to tin* basis i.f advertising law for another six months. For
our resources. From the start V., an adjudicator wilh good common
.1. Deane hai spared neither time!horae-aanaecomuienduatohiahooor
or money in making ite influences [Judge Forin. Naturally, those
let. Ilc has carried a financial litigants who came out wr> ng side
burden which has often cnus* d up will differ with ns, but they liavo
him lo "scratch where there was tin- satisfaction of knowm_ that
nn itch." Wc rcgre', therefore,Ithe successful ones will lose sleep
lhal another daily is in be pub* with wondering where they get off
lished in Nelson, Wo feel our- at Gua Fraaer'i boat case, was
selves on safe ground when we say Bottled out of court. O, tu.j.t
that it is impossible for two dailies, wise Fra-ieer !
to exist there and be kept up loi -—*—■ .** ■ ■
lhe ;.resent Iiiiii standard of the J Sam Shannon's spirited brooch.,
News. It means, probably, lhe did tbe bucking acl last Saturday,
propagation of both Liberal nml Sam Waa up when the fun eom.
Conservative doctrinea tu a greater roenced, but he was down when
extent, but it niCBi.s also by virtue tho fun was over. Sam's nasal
nf the division of patronage, mi in-'adornment will show the effects of
ability of both to | ublish such the Just up for a while,
news    that    innkus    au   up-to-date  . 	
ds i'y newspaper a power in ad ver* Notice is hereby giveu that ."(l
titiiig tho district iu which it is!days after date I Inland to make
situated. [appl.cstb.ii to tl.rt Hon Chief ('om-
Ai  ihe I.uckv Hoy laveil men I    If you  are of a forgetful nature
are now employed.    The manage- this will jog your memory.    Don'l
nntnt iiilciid  to continue  sinking forget     Miner's    Licences   expire
the   -halt   for   another   160 feot. j to-day   (Thursday).      Act
T. K. Ehrehart is superintending,   land dodge trouble.
...   ,      ,,.      T ,   ,        jiiiisMoii, r if J.niids aud Works for
\\ alter lv wards iciuined   from , „ spe.ial lioenae   to   cut and carry
Revelbtoke Monday. _wav ,lllllier fmm  |ll(> |"0||0W|0J|
cle»orlbed hui.Is eituated about J
Andrew Abrahamson spends a «,ra inilo fiuui tlia south ahore cf
deal of his tune these iIuvb in 'front l.'ik« and about 2 miles
the gentle art uf angling, and with f,om (}eir.ird, nommmolng at a
great success. Iho o d wsr-borie post marked Lealie Hill, N E. cor-
find!    this   more   congenial   t   an : ,,„,.   p„ht    ,|„.n(.e   „«lt 80 rhaiiie,
facing ih.- music behind /lie bar of thenceeouth 80 cba'ns, thence test
the old Queens.^  js0 chain a, Ibence north *0 cbaina
I to point of ooinin.'iiccineiit.
Ed. Vipond  brought down   five      iUted llth of May. 190ti.
quick! tons ol ore from   the  Broadview J. I). Kenheuv
|tuinc to-day, JVr A. lliggtir,    gent LARDE.A UMINING REVIEW, TH( >l T LAK E CITY, 11. C.
CANDLESS
CANDIDACY
By Henry Berlingl-oH
ropi^iutii, w. tin i'. ('■ '-'«"".'"
"Then you may get the soniitorahlp?"
askcil Marlon. Can.Hess gave a little
laugh,
"It ought to be better than that" ho
declared. '-Thia Investigation will attract attention nil over tl.e country.    It
might even he good for tlie governorship."
"But you won't get tlie si'iiutorsliip
this election, will you?" perslated the
girl.  Oandless si k his head,
"We arc only fairly getting under
way," lie explained patiently, "l suspect the committee »111 sit after Christ-
inns."
"But 1 thought you were tbe whole
Investigation," she persisted, "Wlmt
has the committee to dot Can'! you
hurry It up?"
"1 am only one of a committee of
five," In* said. "I iiiii doing most of the
work, but these things cannot be hurried."
"You know now that they all stole,"
■ Bhe persisted,
"But the fads must be legally set
forth.   \\'e cannot rush it through."
"I wish you could," she whispered.
"Then we could !„■ married at once."
"I know it, dear," bi answered ten
derly. "I would give anything to hurry
It Up, but We must wnil."
Harrington, strolling across the ballroom door, beard snd smiled as he
nskoil Candleaa for a ten minute chat.
The younger man went ..IT. proud to bo
seen ln conference with the man who
really ruled the destinies of his party.
Three mouths before Candleaa would
have shouted at the suggestion that lie
might he sent to the Benate from his
etatc. He wns merely a young attorney whose cleverness had gained for
him a place In the state legislature.
Then had come the water front liivesti-
•gation. He bad been placed on tlie
committee because the leaders supposed him to be "safe." To tho surprise
of every one, he hn.l lev. loped on Ingenuity at cross examination which
had dragged ont. hit hy lilt, the whole
miserable story of the steal of the water front by the Cadiz nnd Southwestern.
It had been no part of the leaders'
intentions that tho story Bliould come
"H1IIBI.NOTON HAS  PIXXO AL_ THAT," la:
******** *TI*I .'.
out, hut It was too late aew to call off
the Investigation.   The public had been
a roll soil.
To Csndleas It had se. med ss If he
were very near his gun], f,,r ho was t,.
make Marlon hi.i wife whan be bad
made his way. Barely hn future Was
assured, if only tbe Investigation had
ended In time lo run fur U.e senator-
Ship:
lie wondered nn he followed Ilnrring
ton Into Uie conservatory whether It
were too late. An boar Inter, with
sparkling eyes, be emerged from tbe
conference and aougbl ths girl.
"Is It good news. Hugh?" ehe asked
as he led her toward the library.
"It couldn't be better!" be cried ax-
ultingly.   "I'll Rive y,,u three guesses."
Tbey were Initdl the 1 ' • try now, ami
the girl fa.-ed lilm. "Is It tii* senator-
shipv" she half whispered.
Oandleea nodded as he seiied her
about the waist and waltzed her across
tho floor to the library sofa. He waB
like a hoy in his exuberanc*
"Tell me all about it," she demanded
as she rurle.1 li.r-.eir upon tb* sofa.
"Waa that what Mr. Harrington wanted of you?"
"Nothing loss," exulted randless. "It
has been .lcel.le.l that I  am the most
available candidate,  They win run ma
for tho itatS senate, with lhe assurance
that I shall be sent to Washington."
"You'll  be  awfully  busy  with  the
ampalgn nnd the Investigation," she
lamented.   "I'm afraid I will not see
anything of you nt nil."
"Harrington has flxod nil that," hc
explained. "Tbey realise that r cannot
nnn.Ho both, so Varrlck will take over
the Investigation.   I wanted to keep on,
but Harrington pointed oul tbat i could
not do both nn.l that 11, I mis too good
a chnneeat the Semite to |„. lost."
"And nre you going to give up tbe Investigation," she gnsped—"give up all
that has been gained V"
"Varrlck can carry It on," he said Impatiently. "We have to make soma
sacrifices."
"Aud you are going to glvs up the
fight before you hnve fairly begunV"
Bhe repeated. "Vou are going to turn
your hack on the investigation and let
tbat full through that you may go to
Washington?"
"I told you Varrlck would take my
place," he snld Irritably. Marlon turnod
nud faced blm.
"Hugh," she sold simply, "do yon
really think tlmt Mr. Varrlck will take
your pluce?"
"Why not?" hc asked. Tbis was bo
different from what be bad; sntlclpated.
"I heard .Mr. coinjioon talking to in
her lasl niuiii," sin. explained.   "He
mid that the Investigation was n	
plete surprise to both part lea, thnt they
iiml supposed there would be tbe usual
Whitewashing and that you hud made
it n real Investigation,"
"Wii.it of It?" demanded Cnndless.
"lie said," went on Miirii.ii, "that lie
wondered how they would bribe you
oil': that lie did not think money could
do ii.  1 wns proud of you ihen, Hugh."
"Why   not   now'.'"   lie  asked  crossly.
"is it any disgrace to be elected to
congress?"
"Ii is a disgrace when you tun
hack un the people who loOS I
tO right an  evil   when  you sell
honor for ih. mlnatlou."
"Bul I am u,ii selling my honor," be
Insisted,    "l  am simply obeying my
! party's call,   i am doing, ns I am told,
fur the best good .>f the party."
"Yon mean In running lur congress,
inn the good of the puny means drop-
' plng the Investigation."
"Varrlck will cany it on," be persisted,
"Not the way y..u  would.    Father
1 said that if you kept on Harrington
himself  would  laud   lu  Jail.    Hugh,
don't you see thai they are bribing you,
just ns surely ns though they put mon
ey in yunr bandar"
The giri watched blm curiously ns
he sprung In his feel Bnd began I.. price
the Door,    For a quarter ..f nn hour
i nothing was said; then be turued in in-r
ulniiplly.
"Marion,"   lie  said  gently,  "you  are
right.    In my Joy at attaining SO s i
what I have so eagerly longed for I
have blinded myself n. the real meaning of Harrington's offer, l see now
! that lie wanted to get me oul of tbe
way. I will go nnd tell him I Will nol
run."
lie tenderly h.'in and kissed her. then
rose to his feet nn.l left the room, while
the girl burled her head In the plllowa
Harrington stormed and threatened,
but Cainliess would Dot be m ived, nnd
in the end word paaaed through the
rooms that the announcement that
Candleaa would abandon tbe investigation wns premature.
Late that evening, nfter the guests
had gone, Candleaa lingered lu ths library for a good night chat "I'm
sorry you nre disappointed, Hugh."
whispered Marlon, "hut we can watt,
dear, until your honor comes wlthoul
tbe taint of aoapli
"Tea," he said quietly, "even though
It may be n long wait I will keep my
bands clean."
"Hugh," said Major Sharpies*, entering through the curtains. "I don't think
you need to wait, my hoy. You have
; your triumph in being willing to forego perfeimcnt for ,V"iir duty. That
Is a far greater triumph than the winning of the senatorship. Vou may bavi
Marlon whenever you  want her."
Hugh turned to the girl. "I want bet
now," he said quietly, "for my strength
lies In her."
I
11..i,   , 1..-  Ill I   Mm,-a In  (lie Vein..
The principal cause .,f tbe movement
of the blood In the veins Is what the
physlol iglsta refer to as "the pressure
from behind." By this Is meant the
capillary circulation, ..r a movement of
the blood caused by tbe constant pumping SCtlOn of the heart,   which  fOKCa
the current Into and through the veins.
i ■ prevent tbe eng .rgement of ihe
tbat is. to previ al tbelr becoming so tilled with blood that their re-
alatance would counterbalance Ibe pressure fr.iin (be arteries each pul i
of the heart by en pl* Ing tin* right ven*
■ ,'iii.tws a pan *>f ihe bio „i accumulated In tbe veins I i be removed. In
tins way the backward resistance in
the wins is k.pt Inferior n> tlu- pr. s-
sure of the arterial circulation The
venous circulation la sis., greatly aided
by the a.-littii ,,f ii,,. voluntary mn
It Is a well known fact that when a
tun-, 1"  contracts  it   thii kens  nnd   be-
-i In length.   Tbe effect "f this lateral swelling is to
tbe veins I* i g between the
iinis forcing the blood forward.
An.ilh.T pecullai ■ half n n
ahaped valvea with which the veins nro
well provided. Thi so "semilunar"
valves open only toward Ibe heart,
making nny backward movement of
the blood Into tiie venous system im-
ble.
Tli.   Klral   Log  fulilri   In   hrnlnrlir.
Harrodsburg, the county sent of Mercer .unity, Ky„ wns the scene In the
latter part of the eighteenth century of
i ime '■,; i ex. Ing episodes In tbe ins-
t"iy of the early settlers in Ibe young
state On June 10, lTTi. Captain
James narrod of Virginia, who bad
brougbl a party of settlers to (ha new
country, laid "ff s town site at D g
spring camp, where ihey iiiiii erected
the Bret cabin ever buill In Kent
Thej allotted to each mnn a half n.-rc
lot end i ten si rt, onl lot The town's
lirst mini,, was  Ilmn„l-l,,n n. I,ul  '.d.-r
this was changed to Harrodaburg. A
clearing was made In tba east ml ..f
tbe town boundary, and here n wns
that ,t,ilm Herman planted and n.i-.-.i
the first com that was known tO have
been grown In tbe state,  Only i few
Weeks   nfter  tills   nilSpieitills   beginning
of the town's promoters f*.ur of liar-
rod's men were ambuabed I.y Indians.
Jnred Cowan was killed The other
men escaped, only on.- of tbem being
Injured.
Tli. ( „i.,. spirit.
Tlie people In all lines of (Inly who
do tho most work nre the calmest,
most unhurried people in tbe com*
ininilty. Duties never wildly rhnss
each oilier In their lives. One lask never turns another o*.t imr ever eoupeli
hurried, nmi therefore Imperfect, doing. The culm spirit works mothodlctl-
ly, doing ...ie thing ut n time nml doing
It well, and It therefore works swiftly,
though never appearing to be In baste.
- ll'.ine Notes.
Hardly That,
Miss Plana The very day I first met
him lomlthlng tulil he would event.ml
ly fall In hue with  me,   Miss Spelt* -
Indeed 1 Thu "lomethlng" wasn't your
mirror,   dcur,   was   It?
Il.ilirmnl.ln* 2.IHM) Iran B. C.
'i'h.* nami or the iiist ropemaker and
Hint of the hind In Which lie priirllccd
his art have both been lost to history.
Before the beginning of tbe historical
period t ,,:e lernlili. skill bad been acquired iii that line.   Egyptian teulp.
tu.'. s prove thnt the nrt was practiced
nt least 8,000 years before the time of
Christ.
SAVED THE LANDS.
■low Be (titniii,' Greal Ipaaeta tup-
,..-i;.-ii to Uu Delivered.
The longest speech on record Is believed to have been that made by Mr.
do Cosumis lu the legislature of British
Columbia when a measure was pend,
Ing the passage of which would huve
taken from a great many settlers their
lands. De Cosmus was hi a minority.
The measure had been held buck till
thc eve of the close of the season or
session. Unless set Ion wns taken before noon uf a given day the Oct woultl
fall.   De Cosmus got the Boor at n>
a. m, nml began n speeeb against the
bill. Its friends supposed he would he
done by 1 o'clock. At " o'clock bo was
saying, "In tbe second place." At 3
he produced a fearful bun.lie of evidence nud Insisted on reading It.
Then the truth dawned, He was going to speak till noon the next day mid
kill tho bill. Then they made merry
over It and tried to shout blm down,
but that gave blm time and breathing
space. They finally settled down to
watch the combat between tbe strength
of will ami weakness of body, They
gave no mercy, no time for dinner or
welting lips With water and no silling
down.    Members   went   to   dine   nml
sleep in squads, but De Cosmus went
ou.  Day dawned.
The speaker was alternately dozing
Snd trying to look wide uwnUe. At
last DOOn came, and a single ii.nn was
triumphant   Although his  voice bad
sunk to a husky whisper, his eyee were
bleared und bloodshot, bis legs tottered
Under him, his baked lips were ern. Let!
and smeared Witb blood, De I'lismus
hud spoken for twenty six hours ami
saved the lands.
THE BANANA PLANT.
Each Tr.. Produces  Only  Ou.  Ranch
•I  111.  Fruit.
The banana plant Is not properly a
tree at all.  It has no woody fiber,  It Is
a lnrje. groan, fleshy plant with big
leaves sli or eight feet long and some
times two feet broad. It grows to a
height of ten to fourteen feel or even
more, according to the variety of
I'hiut and the soil nn.l climate. Es h
tree produces one bunch of fruit 01 ly,
which Is really the terminal hud uf the
plant, just like an ear of wheat or
barley.  It bas no branches, an.l when
the fruit Is ready, which Is twelve or
fifteen months from the date of plant
Ing. the tree Is cut down and done
with.
But while It Is growing up and ma -
turlng Its fruit it is ot the same time
sending up from Its roots other young
plants or suckers — perhaps eight or
nine of them. Bach of these will pro
duce Its own bunch In turn, some of
tbem ln a couple of months after the
parent plant, and there will thus l.e a
regular succession of fruit. Many of
these suckers have to be dug up and
planted elsewhere, or they would be
too thick on the ground.
And there Is this pecul orlty about
tlie banana: You can plant It at any
season, and the fruit ripens all the
year round. When once a banana t 1
has been plant.*! out all that Is Dl
sary to be done '.t to keep It clear of
weeds and keep th.lining out tbe multiplying suckers.
A Carina.  Wooden  llm.ti.
Tlie most curious timekeeper perhaps
thut has ever I -, made In th - country was the work of one Victor Do
who lived at Bristol. Tcnn.. lu ths
century.   This borologlcal oddity wns
nothing more or less than n  wooden
wateb.    The rase wns made of brier
root, and the Inside works  sll except
three   of   the   main   wheels   ami   the
springs, wblcb  were of metal —were
made from a pice .,f an old boxwood
rule.    Tbe   face,   which   was  po
until  It  looked  like  a slab of
Ivory,   wns   made   from   tba  shoulder
blade of an old cow tbat bad  i o
killed by  tbe  cars.    "Doriofs  queer
watch," as It was called, wns nn open
faced "rfTiiir. mItb a g I, and
was pronounced an elegant piece of
workmanship by all the watchmakers
lu eust i'< iiii'.ss....
A   Wonderful   Mrmnrr.
nortcii-i.is. iln- greal Roman lawyer
snd orator, had a memory of extraordinary scope snd tenacity, After composing a speech nr oration be could repent it w,,r,i for word exactly ns ba
bad prepared it.  On one occaelon ba
went to an auction, where the Iii,
was carried on during an entire .in.
and at eveiiing, fnr a wager, l.<* wrote
down a list of tbe articles tbat bad
i * sn sold and the prices, together witb
th,* ii.ini.ts of the pur, linsers. In the
order tn which tl.e purchases had been
Hindu.
I,Inn.I. In  Africa.
Dr. Arlhiir .1. Hayes lu his "The
BOUTCI of Ibe Blue Nil..'" tells how the
linnets come to drink out of the Alburn
river: "They come wilh nn uinlulallng
rush, and, small ns they are, the rushing of the wind ns they bent the nr
nuiki*" a noise like thunder, uml their
numbers darken the sky. The weight
of the throngs of them which Slight nt
a time bends down the ends of tl.e
overhanging branches and twigs to tho
level of the water."
rrartlrnl.
"Why do you tench your children to
recite nm) slug''"
"Well." answered the practl.nl woman, "Ihere has to bo eomo way of
Blurting people who . .mie lo Bee you
and forget when it's time to go home."
Th* in *( Proof.
"That surgeon, they say, has a remarkable touch."
"lie has. If you don't believe It, I'll
b1...w you hla bill for my operatloo."—
Baltimore American.
•la.tic. a lir. Ir.,
It is universally conceded that nothing short of divine Justice enu measure
tlie intrinsic guilt of any action or
administer punishment which shall br
exactly commenaurata to the crime
What we cnll Justice Is lu fuel a very
rude device which finds Us Jiisllflciillnu
In tlie ne"  s.iy  to protect  society
Irrllnllnsr llrnc.
Irritating drugs, sn.li ns suits of arsenic, copper, line and Ir.m, should usually be given nfter food, except where
local conditions require tbelr administration ln small doses before eatlnc.
BLECTRIC SMELTING.
Dr. Hasnsl'l Mo*.«ago That It Has Proved a Great Success.
Canada Is on tha eva of remarkable
developments in the smelting of mag-
iieliie ores, tin* nunlufaclnre of .steel nnd
Um production of nickel pig by tile slBG>
trie system.    This Is proved beyond nil
doubt by u telegram which Hon. Frank
Oliver, Minister ot bhe Interior, reoelv*
ri trom Dr, Eugene Haansl, (superintendent of Mini's. Tho telegram in
question rends as follows: "Snult Sto.
Marie, Ont., Feb. 84. To Hon. Prank
Oliver, Ottawa: Bucoesatul demonstration of all points stated In my memorandum on electric smelting ef Canadian Iron ores requiring investigation
Output  greater than figure adopted  by
HnrUirii iu report of commission, Suo*
oessful smelting of magnetlts and de*
sulphurlsatlon of pig. Successful submit.nlnn of charcoal, nu,i therefore of
punt for coke. Consumption of sleo*
trod* Insignificant, Production of nlo-
ke.1 pig of tine quality from roasted pyr-
rhotlte. Kurty tons of pig have BO fnr
been produosd, Proceas admits of Im*
tnc.Untn oommercial application, Experiments will be couplet' d In altout two
weeks (Signed) Hiugens Hoanet, Sup*
oriii'.err'ent  of Mines."
History of the Experiment*,.
Th* movement which has resulted In
such   oomplste   -ii',''   s   nl   S.uilt   Sto.
Marie began about Hire, years ng*.
when linn. Clifford Slfton sent a oom-
nilsslon to Europe, headed by l>r.
iu.unl. to Investigate tho   system   ot
smelting iron ores and making atecl by
. ii'irti'tcity. The system was found to bs
in successful operation at Qyalnge, In
Sweden, and at I.lvet nnd I-<i Proa, In
France. Sample* of Hie Btsel pr dietil
were submitted to Prof Harbord, a noted metallurgist. In England, and after
iielng tested at Woolwich reported on
favorably.    The olectrio prooees  was
thus shown to be a sound und commercial one, but appnrtnitly ths coat f
manufacture, was not brought down below that of prouui'tli.n by the blast furnace. The ore employed In Franca was
hematite, and It s<ll! runalncd to be
totn whether tho Canadian magnetite
ores could be successfully treated, and
at a lowsr cost than when coke was
used. Dr. Her'ult of La Prar. Franoe,
the Inventor of a eystsm of electric
smelting, thought he oould demonutrat.
the commercial feasibility of smelting
magnetlt* by electrtcl"?/. and Dr. Haanel
recommended that he be given a chance.
Hon Mr. Oliver sppr vod of the experiments, and It was decided that they
should tske place nt Snult Sip Marie,
wh«*r* the Algomn Sle.-I Co. Ottered a
site and a supply of aloatrialty free f
oharg* for six months.
Dr. Heroult's Work.
Last fall Dr. lloroult arrived In Canada and Immediately went to work at
.Sault Ste. Marie. Electric furnaces of
special design were constructed and
electrical appliances of the finest kind
obtained from the Wcstlnghous* Oo.
and from Sweden. The apparatus was
a long time c rning, and all sorts of
unexpected      delays      occurred.      Tile
st possible care had to be taken
in Installing and adjusting the electrical
machinery, for nothing could be left to
chance. The preliminary experiments
took place In a small furnace, and re-
: in ths successful pr, ■ '
pig iron from hamatlts ore. arid of i."'-
k.-l pig fr'.m nlokalifcrous pyrrhoiltc A
larger   furnace,    tiio   fittings of Which
invented by the scientists employed ln  the experiments, inu afterwards
1. It Is In this furnace thai ; |
Iron, steel and nickel pig have been produced on a large scale.
Importance to the Dominion.
It Is Impooslbie to overrate   the  important consequences to Canada bound
0/W from these successful   I *
mania,    With vasl deposits of Iron oro
existing throughout imiarlo and Quebec, and contiguous to them lacga oral
er powers for the cheap production of
-al energy. n I ni •• I muofa
thinking to see that Iron and steal Industries free from tho smoke nuisance
will spcodtly be s L    The suc-
produotlon Ot nickel pig Is also
a ii inderful achievement. In the Sudbury district the supply of ore Is almost
nistlble, and for tho flnlsti.d pro-
diit t   there   Is  nn   immense  and   ever*
growing demand. Further particulars of
th« scientific triumphs at the S ., will
eagsrly  awaited,  but  enough    has
ll arne.l to prove that Canada will
be *in*i of Ihe gr-atcst Iron, steel and
nkrkvl producing oountries In the world
Pirates Loot on Canadian  Soil.
Millions of treasure, captured by a
cut-throat crew of •• vassal, the J.lly
linger, cached on nn Island In the (lulf
of St. Lawrence, and the plac* of con-
■ ■ iii»nt kept a secret for 71 years, and
now In the pn«s.sslon of a Huston woman, ara flitting before the eyes of
half a dozen Iloslonlans, and there Is a
I '.illy that they will finance an n-
I't'dlilon to go and get thc treasure.
There nro sail to be mure than $2,000,-
000 of It, and nil that Is lacking Is somebody with money to guarantee lhe ex-
padlttoa.
A woman who s'gns herself Smile J.
Mason now holds tho secret. Sh. his
advertised for backers. Miss Mason
says sho can convince the right par*
aoiis of the trut 1, of her assertions thnt
there are millions In stiver, gold uml
Jeiv,]s waiting only to be taken away,
nnd hor muln concern seems to be to
prevent th* Canadian (.oven...out
from gutting part uf the wealth.
"I am nut ready lo glv« all the details of th* story," said Miss Mason,
"but I am absolutely sure that the
wealth Is to be hn,l for the Journey,
and I am trying to get means to fir.-
Blur* the trip now. I don't care to any
Just where the wealth Is hidden. I am
nfrald   that If the exnet  location wer*
made public the Canadian Government
would learn of It."
Immense Concrete  Monolith.
The Concrete Pole Co. has successfully OOmpleted the erection of an Immense reinforced concrol. pole for the
Mm t.In Eieeirlc Mght and Power Co.
to carry their power lines over the old
Wetland Canal.
This polo Is one hundred and fifty
feet In height, making tt the highest
in ,n,,llth ei, r ensrted, being over twice
the height of th* famous Cleopatra's
needle. Tho pole Is eleven Inches
square at the top, thlrty-on* Inches at
the bottom and weighs forty-five, tons.
It ts designed to stand a horizontal
pull at th* tup of two thousand pounds,
la addition le tiw wind pressure,
' ■>i...«.i. of iili.,,i*'«
The  exlstenri  of  the  Colossus of
Ithoiles Is COUSldand by some historians extremely doubtful. Thecs Is no
evidence that tho ancients wero able
to cast places of metal of Biloh SlSS as
must have entered Into Its composition.
A  lleiiel.aa  Idiot.
Miss Hayseed (after ll". husking bee)
1 don't w n nt Bill OrubbS fer n partner ng'ln.
Mrs. Ilni-.id   Why don't yo?
"Slch n fool! Ba hadn't a red oar la
his pocket"-Now York Weekly.
ALPINE ROOT DIGGERS.
Their   Work   al   ll.uiKi-r   "Itt'i   UP   •»
(lie   Miiiiiiliilna.
Throughout ths whole chain of the
Alps there are nun who make It tier
Alps mere arc men  win. in,,,,-   	
business to search tor end root up tbi
gentian, arnica, puuiniiis nmi other Al
pine Rowers,
High up in the mountains ths root
(rubber, gi rally an old num. builds
n mtle but, He clumbers precipices
to the edges, where the blue Bowers
gum: or, If he cannot ascend, be lots
himself down to tin Ir place of refuge
by a rope fastened to a pine above,
lie wanders to it long distance from
his inn nml dues not always trouble to
return to II at night, llmllng shelter uu
der a rock.   Next morning ho spreads
nil the roots be bus coll.'del on a r*»'k.
where they tuny dry.
lie ci.Heels  herbs   as   well  SS   routs.
mnl the resin from the pine besides.
When the summer is over and there
nre signs of snow, lhe root grabber
Collects llll together 111 his little hill ami
iinniiy transports the whole of bis six
in.mills' collection to the valley.
Tin* arnica snd Bome other roots used
in medicine are readily disposed of.
Prom tbe gentian is made tbe favorite
gcniiiii brandy, which is considered
ti..- very elixir of life by the mountain
folk, in other days, when gentians
grew In greni numbers, llie root dinner
was able to realise s u I Income from
bis perilous o. i upatlon, but it Is otherwise now.
THE TIMOROUS KUBUS.
They i.iv.  in  Sumatra nmi Ar. u.e
Shlesl l'e.,|,le alive.
There Is a sory singular race of I	
pie in Sumatra, the _ubua, who sre n.o
timorous and shy to mis with tbe other
in is of the Wand and dwell In tbe recesses of tif forests   They are looked
ns   inferiors   I.y   the   Mn'.i.is   nml
ih,mght to l.e little better then beasts.
Such   Is   their   shyii.-ss   tli.it   they   nill
never willingly fn.-.. n stranger,
Their trade with the Mnlninns is i   u
•equently carried on In o strange manner. The trailer announces blS nrrhnl
by beating s gong, snd be then ri
The  Kill.us approach,  pul their forest
treasure! on the ground, beat i go %
and   retreat    The  trader   returns   and
inys his commodities down in quantities suflli lent, ss be thinks, for tbe pur-
chaae of tbe gis**ls on sale Then he r,*-
tires, and the Kubua reappear and i on
ilder the bargain,
Ami sn. after more withdrawals nnd
approaches und gong beatinga, tbe re
ipe. nu* parties come to en understanding ..mi carry ..it Independently th.-ir
bargains. The Kubue In their wild
itatedonol bury tbelr dead. Tbey live
"i. snskee, grubs, fruits nnd ths flesh
n,' any .leer t.r pigs they can slay.  Tbey
are skillfal spear n and throw stones
with marvelous accuracy.' Pall Mali
Qesette.
Mrnla  In  School..
In Paris the cltj g ivernmenl gives
every sehool child one full meal u dny.
11, ■ doea i,"i r.i. i to pauperise tho children or i ■ lessen the responalblllty of
tbe parents, for ail thoaa who can af
ford n. pay for tbo ureal are expected
to do so "'i the other band, bo Jeal
nusy or contempt can be f.-it by the
ri. her children for ili.-lr stnrvts] eom-
radea, for all are supplied with the
same metal token, which bas to ba
given up in exchange for the meal. Tlie
"cantlne seolaire,"  as  this  municipal
soup kit. ben is called. Is not couline.l to
In  the pro*. Incea  the "adupa
-etilnire."  Its equivalent,    has sent  up
il..* school  attendance  by  leapa an.l
bounds,      Ili-re.    however,    Instead   of
paying for th.-ir midday meal all thoaa
do so are encoi
to bring to school their handful of v.'gi.
tablea and the like, and tbe contributions are ull put Into the common soup.
Madrid's Throsa n ...m.
The throne room "f tbe royal palace
nt Madrid is one of the most magnlfl
rent in tbe world.   Decorated In i"i
snd gold, il coiilnins ruck crystal . I, in
dehors, colossal looking glaaaea of tbe
lineal quality, marble tablea ami price
less porphyry. The celling is painted
by 'lepolo win, tbe   _rajesty ..f Bpaln,"
In Illustration of tbe vim r the kings
ami the manliness of tbe people, orbo
are represented iu tbe different *.ts
tumca of tbe province* Here the sov
erelgns of Bpaln receive on grand	
si.nis   when  alive  and   When  dead are
laid ..ui in state.
\s..in. ,1 Bailor*.
Women sailors sre employed in i.en-
innrk,  Norway  snd  Finland mid lire
Often  f I   lo I xeellent   mariners.
In Denmark several women are em
ployed us state officiate at sen, nud
particularly in the pilot service. Tbey
j:-. 'mi i" meet tin* Incoming ships: they
climb nimbly oul "f tbelr boats; they
show their official diploma, nnd Ihey
steer the newe r safely int.. the harbor, it is the sum,, iii Finland.
Ami   Mr  liot   llrr.
Mr. Ulllyuna is it my daughter you
wmit or is it ii.-r money? Jack din-
gletoo, (amateur champion for uio
yards) Blrl _ou surprise inc. Vou
know very well that I'm nu amateur
athlete. Mr. Mtllyuna—Wbafa thai got
tod., with It? Jack Qlngleton A great
deal, sir. it debars me from taking
part iu nny event fur money,
Strong.
Knir Cuatomer   Have you any good
butter?   Dairyman  Certainly, madam.
Mv   repiilnlion   rests   upon   my  butli*.
I air Customer ir tbe last i got >.r you
wns n fair sample, your reputation certainly rests on u strong foundation.—
Chicago News.
Disappointed love makes the misery
of youth, disappointed ambition that
of manhood and s essfui avarice that
uf age.  Goldsmith.
Unl,,III,   Flipresn.d.
Tlie author bad been dragged faint
Ing from n crowd of shoppers.
"Almost like my Inst book," he inur
mured, recovering bis senses,
The listeners, being of delicate pn
caption, knew then Hint the book bin!
(alien dead from tin* press.
Men spend their Uvea In the Bcrrl.-,
of Ihelr passions Instead of employlni
their passions In tho service ef thei.
life.   Steel*.
A LONE WOMAN VOTED.
And Tells Her Experience In An Eny
lisb   Election.
Woman suffragi hss not arrivsd .•'
In England.   But the w. m in votei n  I
Her name Is Ml I M' rn Bu      '■    I    I
she is of oerman dssci nt, her I
being ii naturalised Englishman, Bhe
Is a teacher of staging, in i shs voted
ni ih.* polls ni Kai i Mar) lebone 11. -
exp.rieii.es nre related ni Hv. ly i.•no-
ill Tho London Evening .*•*'•■' ■ I '
lows: . •
"ii.nv iiiii it happen     n Is hard '
sny.   For eight years i have lived here
in' my  house   (Tho   Studio,   Ws bei k
House, 66 Wells street), and     i
a mnn en  to ms and laid, "You ha\i
a vole.' My nnine was on tt." register
Wns ii for me to quarrel «Ith ths I i
thoriiies? But this ii ti." Bri: Parlla
menl iry election i hava voti ,t In,
•-rti,- ni inr day Lord  R ban   i
sent a enu is isr,    1 "i1 ned  the door,
and he said  In a loud  voloe,  'Is Mr
Bussey dead "
"I mi- wan d. "No, Mr   Bui say Is nol
den,i    There Is no Mr. Bus    •     I ai
ri i  married.    I am  Alwyn  Buase)    it
that  la any  Information  foi   irou
ihere'   A.nl null thai I shut tha do
mi,I i.fi the in in -''i'i i ".'   p
■"i'h. n Mr. Langdon sent a i mi
but in* ii is n * -lever man      Hs said
,\!u i n   iiu isej    I  presume?1    I  said
Te  '   in- imi • ,i snd add. d, 'W.-n, you
havi got s vote, and w* «III send i
ri i."- for you '   Bo 1   irrai g. d ta vote
i ni th,, il iy the eon  ife di       ill
door, and it was greal fbn    1 a i
en :,, ths Llttl* Tib hie Id poll '•'■
Hon     'lie r*   ws -  ii  i 'io "i  ai   iii-
door,   Slid    » tl' II    ' HI'    IO'-    bS    "I        '
bis hand n* I have i sn thi m .11 whei
tbey stop Ih* traffic
"I Bald, "Whal i   He- rn .:'"r  m*
ni in"     Hi-   nr,   i, i, ,1.   haughll v    "*i •'
men oannot vote,   m id imi   don'l   yoi
kii«w thai  v. • ■'   I aaki d, That
you  know,   I   n  going   to  VO
•"I'll,, pn   Id  if ofB sr d I to I--
sue it p illlng  i spar   bul  l  ■ I *"i  mj
ground    I  - ni   "ri.   name is on n.
r, and 1        I Hi
a III
lie,' and then th. :.   B IS    II. I. .. I
tat Ion!
"Tlit-n a young mnn cams up to Bl.
with a red tact nnd s .l.l, 'Ton can i t-
and  Issued   me  a   polling   '
voted, lint before thai
ports*   ll. sold, '.'.un you a ms thii
afternoon?*  an i  I. of c iui
'No.      1   lllll*.   >*',':, .md    I   »l
vol. now,   and I did.
"Hon ,11,1 re.   :. ■- on ihe res
I-'- r '    Ii  la d!:!i d  ol.
Ihey took  me  for a man    In  -it'll   Is   a   in.sink.-        Itut,   Ho ii.   Isn't   I
tunny?"
AN  ECHO.
Hon I* Mra.ur.     ni.n,,,,,.
A  Movng   Welsh   Mourv'*ln.
The  moving   Wel-li ll   at
vancii ■.. Hie vi
lages of Tl
poi, In ihe It.'i) mi   -
The  garden ol 'nn   ar
Troedyrbwfwcb ha* beea swept suny
but curl ituly enough, u.e
iie« b«i " ".i.
tain, is Intaei
that it waa pi ictleol t built     ma tlm,
ago on a solid foul
'
■  1  In *.hich ail  Ihi   •
lng
Bvsry   bono*   In   Bebos! '
traet .  t.f  .Inoi i.-e      "1     •      '
have been  wrenched OUl of shape, ami
th. ki 1 tl... win.
dows have been fore.
Many theoi ■ I to ac
count | - ■
ular ar. mining
sand     l-r,.-* lb*  min
pert,  favors   th..   ■
Th. In*t . ■ .*s «., 1,1 at a r»-
c.nt  itei'iest   at   Tred      r   that   f
borbood th in In any "'bi r :
lhe eoiinrry. and  thai  Ih. ruiiiil,,
Inereas.il   alarmingly   durliif   th*
two ye.irs. .
The  railway   ofTlfliita   ar»    * i
ear. ful ■   (Or   dl '-        ■-.■■',
affect  th.  line  In   th* I In*  Ol
th.m
Ing   ni   for I '   mid  tnuv
tlnu* for oi r foi y "
R«al Old 0,,k
A    wonderful   rolle  "f    th. pa«t  h.v
been brought to light Sl  Tal "'■    Pel  r
t. .rough, In th* 4 rl whal   li
mn.t prob ibly .-. h i .     • At *
depth of sevi n f'   :  Ii ivs bi
riiiriil„r of oak treea.  which  h n I
buried  it i h i   f,,r  BomethiiiB
ilk. two  thousand  yean    On*   hug,
ir.,.- was m f, el long and I f* • i la
m.ier
Most  of the   trees are n'.iio.t   (
In  ,mi.llil .ii    nn,|    are 1,,-iiiir    told    •
manufacturer*   of   sntrque   furnltun
ami sn  \m  millionaire lei* .., i I
laes   for   panelling hi.   mnn Ion
With   the   old    i, , 'her    nl„,iir
•*lgl*tv ' I bun
dreds in*,r,. nre left in ihe ground   un
touched, ni a di pl
n.'urly sll the cas. I He   ,„,ts are f .und
aliseheil.
The Ire...  ar. ft.nnd   In   QluStefl    of
ttir-t. or tour, ."•iniiriK in different dir
eotlons, nnd In .,om* Instances II
across .in-ii otb. r The wood la cv
iy hard and  i m only i.e wort
in ., hlnery Boms   f th* tr*.
out up for u*e In Mr  Astof_
mansion which Is being bull! for hue.
Indian Timel Maker.
Her.  Is   nn   artist'*,   pretty    d.aerlp
Hon  of a Hn-'lr.inker  In   I..Ihi.   India
"The silken  thread  from  n  bail  undei
Uie    Worker's    ft"!    lis    lie    S,|llll',S    ,,||    ||ir
ground  runs  over Hie I li  and  I* nt
in, in ,| to tba spindle   < in* rapid
Of iii" Inner ui'.ng ih. worker's thigh
sets ii going; nod i.oti. tbs slender, sup
pl* bands are freei one f,,r ths real ol
tinsel which In n llrn-li . I i« up*
arm's length, eolled like n rn .1,.- aboul
Hn* spinning thread; the sunlight and
ihn gold  tinsel  together lis b  up ihe
yeiii.w .liken thre,iii, ssemlng to set ||
on Are."
His  Excus*.
a milkman In s pountry town wn.
brougbl bafota lha local oeuri to   in
swer a oharge **f adulteration "f milk
"Vou me charged,"   said   ths   fudge
"Wilh   ll   most   Mil,Mis  I.IT. use,   of     i ll.lir
adulterated milk.   Hav* rou anythlni
to say In answer to thi I h  I
"Wsll, your honor," r*plled ths milk-
man, "ths nighl befor* it waa ralnlni
very hard, and tha only enus* I sol
give In tb* cow must hav* %at «.
Ulrough.
A  l'nri'1,,1  'lrni,,|»,„r,
. ""' ,'"''1" i Qui s cartlna
.,,•!' '"""ehis occupied thirty roar.
E_  ";""slM"r  '"' '-I every sen
,"1""  DVS  or   ten   diner,.,,(   wa„  „,,
KS"« I 'Mi.-n-e,;:;;;
Caked Quarters.
Wh,.„ti„, eow's bag becomes caUed
bati,i,,., ,,„-,,,, ,„„„„,.   ,
Strtehou;»*» "me three Umi
*.Mi. After each  b:,lhlnK-,„h .,,,  „„
ll,:rl"i"",r H" "•""-'
''''"' ''"h  lime, (live lb„ cm, „  ,.,11
^eoriiii^enioif,,,,,,^.,,,;,,';,,^;
11.., ,. ofpoteahjn food three tlmei
dally.-Hoard's Dajrymuu.
Whleli  11  1. ,,,.„,., „.l|*rf**
There Is soarcelj anj
thut exerts the  til  ■
ouu alike thnn *l,„
uioti us It muy  mo , ,
n feeling of mi .1,•r.i aboul It
ua aa m ith 11 .1.11111   111 , m M,
know  that  It  Is  ,,,,,,
of a  sound   l"- ,       '"
side of 11 bOUSS "i  n  |*i
often WS en I tell bow   I'll .,„..,',_
object is that cauaes It   n,;,. 1.,
to tell every  llliie *"'
Holding 0 wateh  a 1        ,l;i,,,
n single syllablo, as   11     „r ..u'
mul coiinl lhe Dumber (il       ,1 j,,,''
the time you shout nil
back to you.    Now,
the rule of 1,188  feel
aumber of second   11
Piled by  l.l"., 11,11,   .
icet traveled bj  lhe
the object nml  ha.      1
on.- half of that numb
Dumber of fool n
llf  course   Ih.	
few hundred feel aw 1
the bound will come
a second, but you
distance.   Bevertiii
Blngla   syllnl le      II
nguiu us you hear I
or uftcr it, bul   ll I
With a little p..1
Repeat tbe call 1
counting tba se. 0
call and the last 1
example, that the
on.is aud that you ■
ten times.   Then •
tenths of a   second
found in ti..- sin.
aUlllt 3'.H   feel       I ."
WATOHING THI.   , .11LDERS.
I*lr«   Inauranr.   I olltl   K..p  aa l:,v
on  I iu,a(r„. 11..1,   11. 11,.,,|,
A builder i| •
ne**  of  Bra  I.*-',
New York city In Ibe -
Ings In that city
••lusiiriii,,.
rles upon SO Ctll
• SCCOpI Hi'- 1
Btid 00
the    elide
building   ih-;
perts make uu ei
examination Is 1
'
group of 11 .,■
arhoaa n
snd   eil.nu--
shrewd bu^i .
iii.'lcru I.:.--    1.
rxi.Tt  1 ;
lu   the  field  all
large   build 1 I
Ion la '      I
tlie under 11: '
lie lb-. '
10   Bit,;,
Bg
build ag
but ti
■
era. 1
sre nol
ele* will not
until  certain  1
1      nm.
Earrings   I
•  '
nil tin*  I
Willi   those   11
liiilcisi among the I'n
■
by HMD as 11'
nlw.iys   worn   by   •
ii-     In t
tie Ul
tho receptl f ■
us that then* m.i* i
Which   greater   el
among tba B01
earrings of rarj p
bean prsesrved, u:ni 1
signs   have  brcii
time*.
»,.... 1.   W«r   I   reel..I   ■    I 	
Probably Ibe pi
in * ■um,on aae h
revolution 1 ■
Hon Iiinlchcs In   1-    •
11 ere  plai • I
In tin boxes ..f nn .
a I",I.  nill. s I	
striking purpoai - 1
Bryant and Maj too .
defeating Mr  Uowi
Iui  firs, as tbey w 1 •
lu  n-. ognitlon of tboil
He  drinking   f".i! I
How.    London M.nl.
Nol   W.ll   i:n.,n*h   I *"■   M ••i*1"1
II "'I   *•   pl       ' „
empty a bad of S I bfoi
com.' Ibe new snd "!
talned in the foHon
Hater   When d. it tl ■
mother, win you 1
mis* Bother, ns she does 1.
nml obli-fi', yours truly,
, 11 fi
gumltr.
"r.Tkins has separated f:
nnd   gone  to   llie   In   I
Ul.'lltH."
"Wliat did bed.. Hit f
"lie  snld  he  Couldn't
some of tbe OOmfOt:- Ol
rolllrnr...
r,tllteness  li  a   kind  of
WblCh   envelops   the
churn, ler, so thnt Other |"
wounded by Unni    W S
Without It, even WheO we •
tbe rude.
A lineal   nlnllH...."'
II, li.  Tills I-, queer   lis
anything that disagreed "
Patient   Nothing  but youi
yeslcrdny.
Disgrace Is Immorti.I BBd
» heu on* thinks ll <Uad.-
lire,.,.,.    I,,    n   I ..,»•'
Tb.  Ins.in, 1   ,,r  10, 1-   1-  '
•uppa dl in be 1
01.11.  it-iis.in, I,nt Mi    .\    II   I'i
servstlons uf ibe knirdld,
"songs,'1  peenll 11  to thi
familiar to everybody, ihi ,
Ilm,' lune, »In, h 1    . itlu 1 n
melody,   "But," t-n.i* Mr. v*
•I'lii.'iiinea quits . ...iniii rn bi
•rs suddenly chmr  their tm	
ih.ik .1,„i,i obscure* Iht sun, I ,
res .ng iii.ii .1,1.1 llmi „
passed."*   This recalls tl.e bens 11        .
roost during a si.li.r sellDM,   in"""
0*iuiu«rcUi Tribune, LARDEAU MINING REVIEW, TROUT LAKE CITY, B. C.
TOOK  HIM AT  HIS WOHD.
I.nieli.r.i    CoUPl*    «.«■•     Nlriilichl    Tip
Which  Work,   l.lkr »  ( Iniroi.
"■Iln. late Bishop Thomas Frederick
leu les of Detroit," snld s Detroit mnn,
■■ ,. toid me mi Interesting story of
„„ e|ope ut- I'1' figured In this elope
 ut as the officiating clergyman,   li
„;ls in i blladelphla, .luring his rector-
.,, ,, of SI. I'cler's.
•It seems that the proprietor of ono
,,r ihe Inrgcst dry goods houses lu I'bll-
leieipinn bad noticed for some months
ti„, melancholy  attitude of his bead
n young mini  u bom bs held hi
egard,
11„, clerk's pollor  and  Increasing
leanness, ins frequent sighs ami  ni.
Indcdness,  worried   the  million.
i .,.   proprietor,   lie   queetli I   the
v !g mnn dally, m.d finally tha i lerk
i, ,i thai he was in love.
■ *•*, e|| ■ told the bead, 'marry her
*, our salary is big enough.'
\li,' sni.l lhe clerk sadly, 'you don't
understand,   sh.- bolongs to one of tbe
I  Les of  Philadelphia, and her
:. a millionaire'
Well, nmii,e he  waan't when be
,i    *, ,,n have n good poa'tlon and
,,  (,-,„«!   nniiie.     Voil   nre a   fair match
i  girl,' snld 'I ther.
•■It's no use' sighed Ibe clerk. 'Her
parent* would u..t listen to me for one
moment.'
I |,ell,'   Mil 1,1   (he   head,   'elope   With
I -
" 'Do you ndi lee ll.nt?' the clerk nsk
r.tlly.
. , rtainly I do.    Ia she   do I know
'Tea, sh.-win be at your dance at
Devon tomorrow night.'
Well,   See here.'   -nlil   the  hc.'l.l.   'I'll
oachman onl in front ..f my
.,.    i:.iib tin- girl "tr into
unl marry Iht.    I'll arrange w ih
. i man for you.'
■ iii Jove,' said tbe clerk, 'I'll do it"
-And be did.   The nert night Dr.
, performed tl..- ceremony, nml
,,r rn,. later the millionaire
. daughter mlBaiug nn.l wns
'._■ :n ■
,  itipla   to ' d   nil
. | ■ forgiven"   Pro*. Idenee Jour
i-.ii.
(.u.rdln*   III.   Illmillr.
As ii .'.iiii.T was
■•- ,i th* Clyde the
. barge   foua i   his  i i
: by a dirty l""k :<_. empty bal-
ii,.' only .1. .up.un of
-•linking   a   short
.ling  Hint  Ic  .i.d  md  make
■    •  to g*i  ■■ ■:•  of Hn- w.iy,  tho
Ited t', blm  in true mr:.. .,i
Tak:t ■•   from   hi*
,- f,-,:,, , -ild:
if that s the captain of
'
nn* the r. ply, "hut I am the
'i.-er "
„ to your equate,** sai.t the
Irishman; "I sm - ■ i of this."—
London tu Hits
I'ttal |t„n.,l.
A   bashful   i ■     .  were
lly very mucb In i .ve entered *
street i i-   ton the other
i ■ ■ ■ -ne,- in Bqoeeae
be n.ktsi, looking do.iiitfully
. ll.iiik, .le.ir. we had bet*
1 in* gel le.ni.*''" was th*
I !•;'.!     Life.
BRITISH PETROLEU
M,
*,
Ihr   I'.ir.nll   af   llapnln.aa.
I   I   n .ml   ' sn   I  Ihe . .ine
S Of ntTnirs 'i
every man a cban* .• to s
•-." anawared u.e 't rlees per-
but  timt   i' -ins
ii.     W'tiiit    I..,' :v    eit-i i '...ly    Is
ii a to d" nothing
ibody elas work." —
:. ngton Btar.
,..(,.II.   Vrlloar.
bi   ••! -ciei ii .1.. tors s.iy." re-
1   .he    ib ,i.       di speptlc,   "that
.   I .lis "
•Veil," repllisl Lone ('..nierdy. "I've
•- io make a man look blltoua
i: ,i .,it ib* stage m.d out of
I'hii.'i.lcipi, i Preaa.
A Little Known Industry-.. lo 80 M„,
Hon   G.llon.   Produced   Yearly   |„
Scotland-P.-,-_,,:„    Di.t.llatton
nougnVatT* "' '"" "   M   s   '""<"'■
.._!' '" ' ",: :" uth by ih,- Klni
im uin i„. us,.,) ,,,
r ,-i in- petr ■-
■  ■ "inliiiinlinii       A
,;  '.""; ot '"'   »*" I n Introduced so
!__t,!.he "Udeoli can be sprayed .,., ...
A,   Ih.  "*„„,ttii.   I Inl,
"Does   jour   husband    like   calf's
"I., he's gut to like 'em. They're
Ij ones In ,1 cut Inn el' .oil-
'   tl -'nan.
,**,,*   li. i, i,,,i
"I'npn.  what  I. a  "gentleman of th*
1 ' I   s. I,.
ii im allows himself to lie run
SVI r by a l„,rse, s,,,, "    Link.
Hi.lt. ,   Wnrk.
Bandy  Pikes So y.-r don't belle re
all ycr read lu der papers?
Orltty (Jeorge N'nw. I rend lint big
ears wn* a sure sign of generosity. I
"lopped a man un' i.tld him his ears
iss nig, an' Insienil uf giving me a
dline he give me n kick .hit Inn.led in*
across de NH&—Philadelphia ll.ill.iil_
"I nanarlor Tli.rcfi.rr.**
Sergeant Kelly, a celebrity «r the
Irish  bar.  had   n   reiiiul.iiblc  hnl.lt  of
drawing eonclnslons directly nt van-
•nee with iuh premlaee nmi was coi,
'"'in.'iilly liickuamei|**Coiiiiselor There-
fore." In court on one occasion he
'bus addressed the Jury: "The COM Is
SO clear,  gentlemen,   Hint  you  Cannot
Possibly misunderstand it. ami i should
My your understandings ■ very per
compliment if i dwelt upon it for another minute,   Therefore i shall nt
""ce proceed lo explain It to you aa
'hll.lltoly  as pOBSll.Je."
Amarlcon nmi Ru ,,„ oilfields loom
"'' Prominently In hi public ayes, say*
I'!,,y'1 " Week v, thai row pe pie are
""'"'• """ from to in rn millions ot
is or* p. .I iced yearly in Bool
*J| ! ■    horn*   min try
■ vi,hie
ln any i' i    bl* naval battles ,,f tht fo
llllf
Although paraffin was btalned by
' i■•      ■   dlitl latlon of
is sin,;.-, and in !-:;:, by Du-
■  i nn.l
Ind dwi   their origin
'"  Mr   .1 in..      ',       •   -      p_, ,..,,,   ,-,,„!,,,,
wax matchi     ind all article) in wh eh
paraffin  a is *nti rs Into the compotl
"on,   ,aii th, |r exlst< m •• Indirectly to
him.
rn In llll ,,r humble | :irr-nts, Mr
Bd   o I     father, a
A   ,,,,,r-.
Ilf '"■' i • le mi-try, under
1     '   ' le him so fl    iflcli nl
Hl.'ll   he   n.i ,.,,,   :, [. 1    lint* I   dl  01    'I'll
' - '•■   ur    ir
ng ns Chem   I
Soma   ehi-ii.l  .,:    v.orks   Iii    Mnr,    ,    •-•
that Dr. L    n Playfalr attracted 1
■ .of of toi
Bl A fn ton, D.rbi    Ir.   whii h b. i nged
I • P     ' ither-ln-law,      H ivlni
:, in .ne   . )se   in   hi"
st hemes,  founi   start. 1   In   1841   with
■  rim,,,) Me drum
''••'.       I  thi* troll urn       Bul
dive to I      ' float
ing  supply   might   • I.    v   l„-  .-!'.
i  .i .ii, .i view to asoer-
Var-
■
ii I-h   i i'i - .- i i  a II-
quld
'
ihown * pi.-      : : I coal and
It  pr ivi '1  to 1"
thai   ev rj -   h  coal *b
•■ . ..
II IVlng ' I by rrn-nn*
iii ,1 Ing ■■ ri*
,..ls by
lhe    a*  ;
■ 1    f  his  celt
pat.r-   ' lining
B fl .Is by slow
il
nee for thi*
purpoo* in a i url ms way, but tb* ■'. i<
miner, nun-
«sl   ]i .,i.:   II     "II
s   dl.S-
•.-.   The i r na1 ir* of "scaly
i ll gen
re and 1
I* alt' nt! ,n.
and :. , " with lit*
b iwl  v. Kb
clay on ' ' Bra
and then s
ippcd from
..
■ ,,f the
'
■   ■ iril,   In   BO
In Ul i
. thai It ii i- determined
•    put It 1 - ii-"-: expel
-s that the future
im Industry
In 11 rn brought
I ,  the snrf.i -e a   thiol* 'rMm S
run soil*
.   ,•   *  t( 'nl" r ''ni"  '"' •!   dSg   l'-ir
,
is      Mining
„,,, r,   irti i to, ami the shale subject-
y   *|s-nliinii
th. thai* la sm iah( ,l I ■ *" and
b a ■
•   ni. I'rinli* ihalB
oil is Hon treated foi
i    which lubttanc* was
i  ,|   ,,s   nn   en, mnl"-ranee    In   ths
days  of  th,*  Industry   and  th.
I - purll    i oil.
■i-i,   . -   , ' und *
market, becoming a valuable asset In various ... In-irl* s.
Hii Property In Scotland.
\i... •.,- i Br rn. » '- f,i.: of mill     -
ar.l.,r   and   be  v
th* i. mdon B ■ ttlsh volun
i .f , ours* li. was asked if bt wi r* s
on.in.   according   to   London   Answers.
■•No. not muoh." h. repl i d
■•I-,;, ,,i ,   B. Bt. li "    -'.  Bad    tho   staff
sergeant
-N ,   Bi thnal On "n " said Montagu
■■\\, i. un .   - you hav* s,,n.,. connection wilh Bcotlfl t I"1"'" '"*
■ ,i,i.   Ami in- pondered tor s mo>
ment,
••lie g.t soma properly in Scotland
"Ah, thai  ii      be nl Unlit." sold the
a, rg* nut .....i proceeded lo * nllsl him,
B(tWe he left, In,never, the iierg, ant
turned to him.
"Would you mind Informing me In
whal pari of Bcolland your property Is
situated**1 h* n-k' .1
..,,,, yi -." ssld th* recruit, "l v* got
» f otball Jersey "> n>* Perth dye
works'." 	
Th*  New Zetland  Exposition.
Tim Department ot Agrleulture an-
nounoea that It is prepared to receive
applications r r spaos for Canadian sx* *
hlbltS at the N"ii /.eiland International,
i i| ■ ition, io tn- held at Chrlstchurch,
New Zenliin.l, November, ItOe, lo April, I
1907, 'lli" .'.inn.linn I bu 'ernment will
.ret a special building, which Will be
devoted •A.iiisiv.iy to ths accommodation of sxhlbt* Illustrating ths natural
nmi manufactured products ot Canada
Is | ii:ment  of  Agriculture offers
to p ,y ii ui ip i latlon ohargea one »..y
,,,, ,,;i uhlblts which ars acoepl
Bpaoe, Inslnllalloii and miilnlen-
„„,■„ nill BlSO bS provided free of
,,, ,.,.,-    miners of  *xblbItS  will   I...'..'
,i ptlon ef having their goods returned i" Canada al their own * m ms.
nr ,!„.,- nin b„ sold m New Eealand
trier lha eloss of ths sxp ill! in snd
ths nel proceeds, after deduotlng i u
and  packing ohargea,
I       . milted to th( in
Xhs foregoing will spply only to
,.„,.,, ■ sooepted by the
,i, partmenl for dii play on th* Oovern
menl   r-i'ii.".     Applications   for   ipscs
nnd  correspond*nc«   relatlvs   to   tne
exposition sh uld i Idressed to Mr
William a. minis. Exhibition Branch,
i„ I ,,i nt   ,.r   Agriculture,   Ottawa.
ti„, exhibition branch of ths Depart*
„„,„ „f   Agrleulturs   will   hnve   full
charge of all nrrangeinenls. entrl.-s,
etc, In so far as the Canadian Uovern-
Blulil   1*  , ,  !■  '• lil'tt '
THE M'MILLEN V DRAG.
Device For   Working    Heavy    Graded
Stony Roads—Directions For Making the  Implement.
Ono of the men who have been Impelled in iiirn their attention ta the betterment of the roads In their own town
is .1. ll. McMUlen of Hesper, Winneshiek county, in,, nmi the problems bs
bas bad in moot in dealing with roads
extending .nor heavy grades and stony
ground Imve been the necessity which
is the mother >.r Invention, nays   the
<;.....I Roads Magazine,
Mr. McMUlen has devised aa Implement which Is termed the V drag to do
this work and which he describes as
follows;
'"iho McMUlen V drag requires two
pieces of plank 2 by in Inches by V2
feet, one piece of 2 by C inches by 14
root, one piece I by t inches by 6 feet
tOUr ..in    inch  nteel  plnn  twelve  inch.IS
long, one link twelve Inohes long, with
ey« bolt and two staples to hold rear
end in position; two staples to hitch lo,
two pieces of band from nine feel long
bj ti ir inches wide and one-eighth ot
•'.n Inch thick f..r .shoes and two pleci s
of band Iron three fool long ten inches
wide and one-eighth of an Inch thick
lo n ni,- the adjustable opi ning In rear.
"To make the v drag (list bolt on
the shoes, letting them oome even at
GREAT CATCH  OF  FUR.
DETAILS or   In..   U'lllLLBM  V   I-HAii
tho front end aud extending half an
iuch below wood for a cutting edge.
Next bore through tho ends of the 2 by
C pieces the six Inch way;  then bun.
boles six Inches deep and twenty-four
inches back from front end In tbe aido
pieces; then bore holes and put in staples to hitch to. These should be about
tbo lientru up and down In side pieces
an.l three feet from the front end.
Next set up the sides nnd put the 2 by
C Inch piece (in top up edgeways, nnd
drop In the pins; then place the Sldei
together at the r*nr end with one extending three Inches past the other.
l'ln on the 4 by 4 by ti fe't. Now bore
n hole In the side that extends farthest
back three Inches from thc upper edge
and two and a half Inches from the
rear end; put In the eye bolt, which Is
fastened to the link, and place the link
up Inside the ..rher side piece: put in
one Of the staples to hold the extended
side from drawing back and the other
one In bold thorn from working up and
down on each other; put In u pin us In
a barn door fastening.
Tho aldo pieces should bo cut out on
lower side at Ihe rear end. starting Ave
Inches from the upper side and coming
to the lower edge three feet from the
rear end. thus making an opening for
extra dirt to escape; bore a hole In
lower front end of the three foot ban 1
irons and three holes in the rear end
of each, and by placing them over the
opening In rear end of drag tha open
Ing can be made adjustable. This opening should be kept closed ns much BS
poaalble, so that it does not carry too
much dirt, though the drag should
carry some dirt In the rear all of the
time to fill boles nnd low places. When
ihe surface of the road has been cut
and rutted by travel during a prolonged rain and before the earth 1ms
out, the drag should be drawn back and
forth nver the rood. This fills the holes
and ruts and crowns the road, preparing It to shed the water precipitated hy
the next rainstorm, and, by doing tba
work before the road has become hard
and dry. the material thus -scraped up
'nes Incorporated In the road In*
' of remaining on the surface to be
ground Into dust. The cost of the con-
strnctloo of the drag being Insignificant, It Is possible for almost every
fanner living along a road to build on.*
and, by devoting a few spare moments
afler each rainstorm, maintain a good
highway."
The Idea of the V drag was derived
from the pioneer split log drug, which
from the recent earnest advocacy of D.
Ward King has come to be known by
Ins nnn..'. and It Is claimed as all Im
proveiiient ln that, having more slant.
It draws more earth to the centre; having two sides, one balancing the other,
ll keeps Its position on tin* r..:.d belter
and. being wide nnd rigid, it cuts tho
humps and tills the boles without leaving a wavy surface, as results from
using a one sided tool.
Planting For Winter.
In planting for winter comfort must
receive the llrrt consideration. The
rune north wind must have its fore.
broken This may be accomplished br
plaining svergreens for wind breaks
But It Is best to attain the end without the formal array of a straight border, which Is often too assertive   Tim
outbuildings should bs placed to do
part of the work, but so ns not to show
too plainly that this was tu view, lie-
t w ,n the buildings groups of ever
. may be placed so as t.. make a
pleasing variety, add a beauty of their
• mi and effectually complete tbe wind
breaking circuit. In all our northern
states the northwest wind Is the
enemy whose assaults must bo guarded against. Hut we have severe winds
from the north and norlheast, an.l
these points should also be effectually
covered -James Wood In Garden
Magaalne.
The Useful Coleus.
Colons grown In the house la not so
popular as It deserves to be, for    wo
have grown so used to masses of   tho
common richly colored foliage     with
Its yellow, purple nnd carmine border-
Ing niir flower beds III summer, that wo
scarcely give It Ita Just due as an Individual plant.
Tin* plants grow bo rapidly that they
win iiii up many n vacant spot  in  a
Window box where more exacting oucs
refuse to thrive.
Bed the Horses Well.
Don't make tbe horsea Bleep on th*
haul, cold flow, but give tbem plenty
of bedding, and It will pay you In many
ways Do not put any unnecessary
cruelty on any of the faithful animal*.
Bedding makes Iho manure more valu-
ui'i" and the hors* look* bailor.
Aa n il,i... i  nf Form.
A Scotch baillie recently advanced te
lb" bench had a criminal placed before
lilm licensed of some very modeet vli>-
latlon of the law, or curse tbe baillie
knew Ibe prisoner well, llo bennl lhe
charge stated.
"John, man, I'm sorry to see you hero.
We'll Just line you half a crown."
The clerk here Intervened.
•Hut the charge Is not yet proved.
We In.vo not beard tho evidence."
'linn said tilt* benignant baillie:
-.Mi, well, John, my roan, SB tbe
charge la not proved we'll Juat fine you
18 in*iice."-TU-Bits.
Trader*   Bring   From   North  38  Pack.,
Worth $30,000.
E. C. Roberts, a partner of Fletcher
F. Hredln ln the fur trading business
In thu north, and !•'. 10. Maroney, arrived at Kdinonton from Lesser Slav*
Lake on Keb. 12 with one of the most
valuable conslgni.ieir.s of fur Hint have
so far been brougbl down this winter.
BstWOan the two they Iiiiii 38 packs altogether, valued approximately at 130.-
000. Mr. Hredln stated that the fur
would probably be sold In Toronto, but
so fur no arrangement! have boon made
for their disposition.
B. O. Roberts, who hns been up north
all season and hns had an BXOBllenl
opportunity to observe, says that this
year will go on record as a phenomenal
one In tho fur trade There is more
fur In the north, around the Lesser
filave Lake, where ha l- operating tli in
he has ever seen before In all his experience and he slates that r-'[,,,r*s
brought ln from away down the Mackenzie Assure thin. Hint the same It
true right to tho Arotlc 0 son Si
far, Mr. Roberts says, the rabbits have
lived through th. winter very well and
there Is a prolmblllly that the fur
plentltude will last Inlo another year.
Ry far th* greater part of th* value of
the furs that they brought down Is in
lynx skins and as long Bl Ihe rabbit*
last In their present number ihere will
be plenty of lynx Tht ooyotss and
timber wolves are getting very numerous, however, ami nn- creating lernhl*
hovoo among the Ki'irm and fur-hearing
animals. The coy,,., ■ kill and drive out
the foxes, and already ihey hav. mods
certain districts unprofltobl* thnt wer*
last year and early this year good trapping grounds for fox,". (iver toward
the Peace River, In the moos* country,
th* timber wolves are creating terrible
havoc among th. rn o«e. ami ihere will
be few of the calves live thruinrh the
winter. Next winter, Mr. Roberts
thinks there will be destitution among
the** Indians.
For the present, however, the Indian*
all over th* norih. with ihe one exception of tl.e Rein,ber Indians uli
sway to the east of lhe Athabasca and
Lesser Slave, are enj ying a season of
unusual plenty, and are Indulging In
more flour at 17 a sink and more luxuries than ever before.
These Indians, who are the lonely »x-
eeptlon to the gen. ral prosperity In
th* north, live ln th* H-Indeer country, way to the east ..f tha reguinr Un*
of travel from Edmonton, n rthward
The country Inhai' ted by these Indians
Is the regular winter stamping gr
of the reindeer, and It Is on them ttia'
the Indians depend for their winter
food. Theire little animals, which legend has olwayt , ti: i'i with wonder,
ful  traveilnr cai t iply Justify
th* traditions In the Conadian north
In the summer time they graze In ihe
extreme far north, around the in uth
of the Coppermine River, nnd eo-h fall
they start—usually about the middle of
September—for the south, migrating a
total distance of nb iut t ght or nine
hundred miles ln straight line, or. as
they would have to travel, ucre Ilk.
1.500 miles. Every once In a while the
snow ln th* north country comes earlier or deeper than usual and then th.
reindeer are unable to get to their usual winter feeding grounds, an 1 when
thes* seasons occur th* re Is always
destitution among the Indians who ar*
waiting away down smith for their arrival. This ts what has happened In
that country this winter, nnd t,,f',r*
spring, unless tho reindeer make their
way through, there may be is.nsider-
ahle starvarl n, among the Indians ln
that country.
OVER MUCH OF LEARNING.
Fancied Knowledge  Kindles Discontent
With Humbler and Happier Walks.
Let education have Its full due.   But
let common sense have lis due also. Let
education  be  r, nl    * ,   far as It   goes:
not   superficial   teaching   of   subjects
which  will never be of practical use,
I the study of which will never be pursued, and fancied knowledge of which
; can serve only to kindle restless am-
j bitten and discontent with Hie humhl*
but happier walks of life,    i'n unwise
I and unsuitable education English tarm-
| ers In part lay the blame of thnt d*-
■ sertion  of  the  country  for the  town.
! which Is leaving rural England wlth-
| out hands to hold the plough.    Some
I tenni must be kept even with natural
Justice,   though  Its  strict  claims  may
be set aslds when public necessity commands.    It Is the nntur.-il duly of every
mnn  to provide sdueatlon, as well  as
i food and olothlng.    for    tho    children
whom, by his own act. h* brings Into
th* world: and to tax one man for the
education of another's  children,  whll*
there may be urgent r. is ins for It, Is
a departure from natural Justice, especially when the man who Is taxed prefers, as many now do, and for substantial  reasons,  himself to    perform    hli
parental duty.
Crowded Professions.
"FV>rmerly," Bays Lecky, "the best
workman was usually content to remain ln hit class, and to bring up his
! children In It. He took a pride In his
Work, and by doing so he greatly raised Its standard nnd character. Ills first
desire Is now, much more frequent f,
to leave It, or st least, to educate his
children In th* tastes and habits of s
class which he consider* a little higher
than his own That a man born In
tbo humbler stages of society, who possesses the power of playing a conslder-
| able part In the world, should be helped
to do so very desirable: but It Is by no
means desirable that th* flower of the
working class, or their children, should
learn to despise manual labor and the
simple, Inexponslvo habits of their parents. In order to become very comnun-
place doctors, attorneys, clerks, or
newspaper writers. This Is what 1*
continually happening, snd while It deprives the working classes of their belt
elements, It Is ono great cause of the
exaggerated competition which now
falls with crushing weight on the |ow*r
levels of the Intellectual profession."—
Ooldwln Suilih In Weekly Sun.
Antl-Vacclnatloniilt Win.
The opponentt of compulsory vnccln-
• tlon In Iho ichooll were victorious by
practically * unanimous vota In th*
tho Toronto Board of Education Bt a
recent meeting.    The motion to strik*
out the requirement of a vacrination
certincile for admission to th* *ohool*
inii, after oonsldcrabl* debat* carried
bv a vote of 10 to 0.
I  „Hit,,,,I   All.ml.
England's naval supremacy began in
i:,--*. with the defeat ..f the renowned
Spanish Brmsda, Tills Heel consisted of
180 vessels, carrying L'.ritk) cnmitm ..ml
80,000   men.   While   Ihe   English   navy
consisted of but fifty vessels no bigger
than yachts iiiiii thirty of tha Queen's
ships. When the Conflict was over the
Spaniards  hud   lost  eighty   ships  nml
lo.niHi men. A medal struck to commemorate tills great event bail for Its
motto, "He sent out bis arrows, aud
bo scattered them."
CLIMBING ELEPHANTS.
How   Tin-*-   MnUe   Their   Wily   I |>   nnd
Down   Slet-it   . I.ITa.
Elephants  sre able  to   mnke  tbelr
way    up   and   down   uitiiiiiiniiis   an.l
through a country of tteep cliffe, where
mules would m>i dare to venture and
■ven u h.-r.- men iiml passage difficult.
Tbelr tracks have been found upon the
very Kiiniuilt of mountains ..ver r.OOO
feet   blgli.    In   these  Journeys   im   ■ Is
pliant is often compelled  to descend
hills nml mountain sides wblcb art* almost precipitous, Tbis is ths way lu
wblcb it Is done: The elephant's lirst
iii.in, uver is to liins'i down close to tbe
declivity, one fore leg is then cautiously   passed   OVer   III Ige   llllll   U
Short way down the slope, nud If lie
llnds there is no g iod spot for a lirm
foothold lie speedily tonus one I.y
Stamping Into the soil If it is moist or
kicking out a footing If It is dry.
When lie Is sure of B good foothold, tbo
other fore leg  Is brought down in the
same way. Then be performs tbe same
work over ngniu will, bis feet, bringing both fore legs .. little In advance
of tbe lirst foothold.    This haves g 1
i, sees all ready made for tbe hind feet
Now, bracing himself up by his bugs,
strong fore lege, be draws his bind legs,
lirst one and then tbe other, carefully
over tba edge, v here they occupy the
iirsi places mads by the for., feet 'i his
is the way tin* huge animal proceeds
nil the way don ii. /-,".ig. kneeling every time ii iili the two bind legs while
be innl.es footholds  With bis fore feet
Thus the center of gravity is preserved
and ihe huge beast prevented from toppling over on bis nose,
The   Illustration   presents   whnt   we
consider n lyp I nl dairy forin for a hull.
it is about ns far removed ft the accepted "beef form" us it is possible to
get, Of coins.* "form" must approve Itself I.y "performance," not necessarily
in any particular case, but generally
nn.l to ths conviction of open minded,
Intelligent Judges, n Is ..ur contention
' nnd bus been f,,r years that the "dairy
form" lias thus approved Itself, and us
the days and years go by tbe evidence
to this effect is constantly accumulating, The present Illustration, wilh the
record of the animal ii represents, is a..
Instance of this character.
Sector Marigold, although less than
all years old, has six t.-sicl daughters
to his credit wiib records ranging from
(8.S pounds of butter fat in twenty ona
(lays to Kl.'J pounds and 11..", pounds In
INSURANCE.
The H.-fct I n i, I ,,k- nf Tlita Now l ,,ti,iti,.n
.Mini.   ...   I'ri.h-.'lluii,
The practice of Insurance waa known
to the unci.'iits. being In vogue at the
beginning ot the Christian era.
Tbe insurance of ships was undoubtedly part Of the business of tbe Iln: se-
atlc league, which was formed about
1140 by tbe port towns of Qermany to
protect themselves against tbe pirates
of Bweden snd Denmark.
The custom of drawing out Insurance
policies originated In Florence In 1523,
although a regular chamber of Insurance was formed at Brugee early in the
fourteenth century, nnd the pn. I
was In general use iu ltnly iu llti-l uud
ln England lu 1600.
Eire and life Insurance Is of much
more recent origin. Some of the ancient guilds provided compensation for
any of their members who suffered loss
from Are, but the insurance of go ,!s
and bouses as a distinct branch of
DOM   cannot   be   traced   farther   back
than 1867, the year after the great tiro
,.f London.
The tirst regular company, the Band-
In linn.I. wns founded In 1086, and live
other companies still existing were
started In tbe quarter of a century
which followed. Life Insurance waa
first undertaken by the Amicable in
1706.—London (Standard.
lulu nl- Tbnt  Do Vol Grow Thlr.tr.
There are many different kinds of animals In the world that never in all
tbelr lives sip so mucb ns a drop of
wnter. Among these aro the llamas
of Patagonia nnd the gazelles of tlie
far east. A parrot lived for tlfty two
years In the loo at London without
drinking a drop of wilier, nnd many
OBturallats believe the only moisture
Imbibed by wild rabbits Is derived
from green herbage laden with dew.
Many reptiles serpents, lizards nud
certain batrachlana—live and thrive In
places entirely devoid of water, and
sloths nre also sn ,1 never to drluk. An
arid district in France In.s produced n
race of uoudrlukiug cows and sheep,
and from llie milk of the former
Roquefort cheese Is made. There Is a
species of mouse wblcb has established Itself on the waterless plains of
western  America nnd Which nourishes
notwithstanding the abeence of moisture.
"XKSET BCI.L nK'TOK IIA1IIUOLD.
seven days ami Is the sire of sixty other
very promising heifers uml heifer
calves.
His present weight Is 1.740 pounds,
and In this reaped as well as in dairy
potency he Is u good representation of
the recent and present trend among
American Jersey breeders for greater
size.
His breeding also tends to confirm
the thvory that tb** male Inherits from
the dum and the female from the sire
Thus Hector Marigold Inheriis bis alul
Ity ns n dairy sire from his grondam
the famous Mcl'ia Ann. through ber
equally famous son, Malta Ann's Son
ami bis great grandam, Ida Mar -
through her son. Stoke Pogla of Pros
I t. and liis (laughter. Grace Marigold
win.se record is :_ i pounds l ounce of
butter iu seven days when two yean
and three months old.—Hoard's Dairyman.
Chans. In  i.tti,,   r,i„ ii. ••
It Is Interesting to note the swaying
of  the  pendulum  of opinion  In   farm
matters. Once the warning word in
ceasantly preeented to farmers was
"warmth"—warmth for poultry bouaee,
warmth for stablea, Nnv there \»-^ ns
to be tin* preaching ..f another gospel
•   -'-l sinsis or covered barnyards fur
cattle, open front houses f,,r poultry.
Information received from practical
dairymen, who allow cows the freedom
of a shed or cover.sl yard Instead of
:,g them,  led  the  llllll lis  BXperl
ment  station   to  .nuke  a   test  of  tbe
matter, and it appears tbat the cowi
keep in a cleaner condition and more
Vlg irons health, with less labor in cur
Ing for tbem, the manure can be more
easily and better bandied, nn.l last, but
not least, the milking stable Is In more
wholesome condition, thereby  lie
ing tbe certainty of pure milk.
>rrillra.   U . „ r
Many   people   wear   themselves   out
needleealy,   Their conscience Is a tyrant.   An exaggerated sense of duty
leads n person to anxious, ceaseless activity,  to b, itnntly doing -
thing, overpunctnsl, never idle a second of ti  to scorn r.-st.   Su, I. are In
unconaclous nerve tension   They say
ihey ban- no time n. rest, ihey have so
much t" 'b*. not thinking Ihey are rapidly unfitting themselves fur probably
«hat would  have been their best uud
greataet work iu afler years.
A  Mmrt  s. , ,,,,.,,
No time or place Is sacred to the en-
thuslaatle Joker. Duclos nils lu his
memoirs how the prince Srcbblshop "f
Cologne nsk.sl license to preach in tbo
royal chapel at Versailles when visiting LoUla XIV. himself     All tl:.* court
assembled, it was April l. Tbe prince
archbishop mounted ibe pulpit in stately fashion, bowed from side to side and
stood  n   moment  as   if  collecting  his
thoughts, then shouted "April fools!"
picked up Ills skirts ami run.
GRAY  HAIK AND WRINKLES.
A "A iiiiii,,, a I'n,teal  Aitnlnal Ihr I'.m-
luln.   . Iiiltl   Aa.ili1*1   Ilm..
I bine very little regard for the tight
ngiunst lime which spends itself on a
strife with gray hairs and wrinkles.
There used |,t be a picture published
us nu advertisement in winch an elderly woman bad one Side "f ber fn.'." nil
Ironed out smoothly, wiih- tlie other
was wrinkled and worn. The wrinkled
side wns the more pleasing. As we
grow ..'.ler every 1 ne IB the coiinte-
muit'i*   Should   tell   a   Story   "f
d Is,    Wc nr iking for ourselves
in youth the masks WS slinli wenr to
the   very   rod.     Ei cry   fretful,  disi'on-
tented,  dissatisfied  expression  writes
Itself upon the fine, so Hint the SWOOl
est and ripest nnliires will have Iln"
rarest loveliness when tiny grow old.
A woman Is as old as she looks and
as old hn she feels A sign of our Increased i ith nmi  11' ii iy today  i<
found In lie fad tlmt a w'oiniiii of
fifty looks about ns old as a woman
formerly   looked   at   thirty-five,  unit
many  nn active woman of eighty bus
ilu* vigor that was formerly common
at sixty.    Thc milestones tl 1 frighten
noli,idy.   Older people nn- im longer
put In n corner, nor nre they I'M"*' 'r"1
tn hug Ibe chimney corner. It It s
woman's obligation t" be chiirinlng to
ber lateet day.—Margaret B. snugster
In Womun's Home Companion.
IVors. Tban  ■  Slot  >UrMn..
The unprofitable cow should not have
i a place In any man's herd, for she is
WOiae than a slot machine. Tin- farmer
puts  Into Inr  tlmt   wblcb  he  bus   no
chance whatever of getting ont  si e i-
j a blood sucker, a parasite, living "ii ibe
rest of the herd and consuming a part
■ of what tbey should have.    She is pro-
i i,y tin- general average peoduc
lion of the herd  nml   In..ught to  light
only when lhe scales and BabCOek lest
are applied I" each animal in the herd.
!  And   when   so    brought   to    light   she
should not be tolerated for a minute—
not kept until ber place can be taken
; i.y a better one. but she should go m
stantly, says m. Btenaon in Farm and
fireside.
=
Son..   I .,,,.(,(,.    i   ...w..««_.-.
among uii tl ■   : -'■« ib.
Kngllsfa 1* ': n* the ..ni"
,. i    r w,i,|- i- enui i    nd, nml it ir* ..Is,
il. ie which bu* n,I,led to its rot-ahull
ry Hie large*) number of wnnhi
: .. i •    i    r:ie latest i
,li, lioini! ics ,,■'.' iiii in,i I.--- than ".■.'..'"
: I  ii •:,!-     Nt m iu (link i  '  ':,,
Uermaa language, with B0.0U0 word,
*,i,l then come m snevcsslon the Its Ian
mill 83,000:  th.   r •    i,.  ■-■ •!■  S Si
• li.l lhe Spanish, mill '_...««. in, .Is
Among .he iti.ciiinl language* th* ** bit
■ Hn- in,-i coploi -. ,.- i,, ni,ni,ui beini
• nn rlcfaei Ilia:, lhal ,,f lhe l'.n_ii-l. lun
.     -•■■
In ihe Chin*** languages there sre 10,
«*.. s) liable* or roots, oal of «lu, h ll i>
poMiblc io frame 4U.O00 words.   An- tbi i
I* languag* >- th*' old I.el.an Tamil,
which is i,  u ipoken in Hie south of In
lis ni.,I ii In- li ' ,,i,i in-, in- ling to thi
stesl ..;, nini s. 117.0-13 wordt    In t.'n
V..iki-li i.i i in im ge ihere me 112,530 words,
mil   thus  it   Is  in Iii-r   Hi.iii   'In*  s.
tnd Boms othei  Em,,pen langnog.       \
ir     fact    1-    Iliill    nli-'l I..UIO-.    .1-    a
rule, lisve very limited roenbuiariea   Tin
\n n n have ui Hi,nr ih-
,,,-ni imt more thsn 8,000 srords,  Bad
ihe i,niivi'» of Australia _* only '-.'«s
.'olds.
A   W.iiiinn'a  linen*..
A  tragic story  "f  feminine  revengi
roue's |, ,,in \ i, 'nnn I lie I ''linl and
Counieu Kspodann lived happily logetb
er until Ih. rout I fell in loV* nib 'In
In,miller ,,f lb* I■■* tl d „ i,,r. CoUi .-It.
In ini,i by inline, n [-harming young girl
,f |s loins.    Th ml ilcscilo! Ins wlfl
tnd eloped iiiiIi 1'oiiccito Devojjo,   Tbi
1',,units.  .\ii|,.,l;ii btalned  u  dl
from   her   hiislniinl.   I'll,*   then   01
-ii,,.   Two years liter C i   Nn
I*,,l',iio nud I'minlcM Concetto r, tm n, J
to MatnggaccL
The  former donates*  Mspodsoo  wm
■on   ,,ii  Ini   dcntlil.i'd.    She scut   s   lies
■age t" ilu* Online-* c ei:,, thai    bi
, hi.e i.i te* her before she die,]
rin, entiles-, wishing to humor it.,
wishes of ibe drum woman, weni I,, -••*
her    The   Invalid   asked   her   lo f
ami  kiss her.   As tlie  fresh young   fact
nf her rival cams near her own tbe dylui
,i       in iii-ctl herself nud by  n.i  1.I..10-.I
iiui.iii cti, 11 hit > pice , lean out
[ . loncetto'l , I,, • I. and in,iiiiIi. Ihen fell
bsca ibii,1 wiih 11 contented smile ,,a
inr features,   Ooncetto  «.is disfigured
r ll life, .unl l.er bush.unl, lhe II, KI,
rtiiint, left her for t Uvw love.—Ciuc.o
usli Euquirer.
QUEBEC'S LAST_SEIGNEUR.
Charles  A.   M.   Gl.ih.mnky,   Seigntur *f
Mils  Isles,  P.uses to   His  Rest  at
Home   In   8'..   Enttache.
Charles A. m, Olobensky, s.igmur
of Mill* bibs, who died ut his hointi
In St. Euslache very reoi inly, is said
1,1 hav* been ihe lust of the old squirearchy uf Quebec it is mors than no
yours since tbe privileged class to which
in- belonged loi 1 the place it had held
for upwards of two centuries In He
chll order of French Canada i.f tl.e
sslgnsurs of 1 Sja, when th* sol um
passed that extinguished ths peculiar
rights of Hi* lord of Uie manor, none
are now alive, M. Globensky having
survived all the others. There are still,
however, soigne.in and ulgntorle* In
Quebec, but they are not what they
were. With the title goes none cf the
power, und from lhe tenants can be
exaeted nono of ihe dues Hint pertained
to the old (state of the seigneur.
Landlordism.
In 1861 the Legislature of the Province of Canada possod Hi* l*w which
abolished ■•Ignloriiil tenure. Thr system had long been recognised as an
Incubus upon the progress of Quebec.
Parceled out Inlo - ■-_ 11 ., 11.-_. each ot
many squar* leagues in extent, the land
was under the eonirnl of * f»w territorial magnate*. This was a hlndran, a
to settlement. Te obtain a farm an
Immigrant had to become a holder under some seigneur. The latter was
bound to concede lands whenever
ed upon, and had no power to ali.
a foot of his estate. When a seitb-r
took land In a seigniory he became subject to tho charges thai law and custom had established. The r**n! ch_r,;e
known as **cens et rentes," was usually two sous per aipont To this ih*
tenants had little objection. As long
a*, they paid It they were left ln undisturbed possession, and could pa r,
their holdings on to their heirs, Who,
In turn, became subject to the rent
charge Also a tenant could Bell Out
his holding, the purchaser taking his
place as the "censliair**' or rent-payer.
But transfers of lhe latter kind were
subject to another charge, that known
as "1-oda et ventes," which was one-
twelfth of the purchase money. This
fraction of the price had to be paid to
th* seigneur whe.never a holding on
his estat* was sold out by a tenant.
Th* Mill.
To reduce the burden of this tax on
transfers, tenants and purchasers of
tenant right sometimes conspired to
understate the prlc*1. But the seigneurs early became empowered to lake
over any holding 40 days after It had
been told, on the payment to the tenant of the price he j,r, ,fessed lo be receiving from the pur ha-er. This power proved an effectual check on fraudulent representations of the price. As
tenants strenuously objected to giving
up one-twelfth of the value of their
Improvements, the desire to be a tenant did not grow stronger as time passed. Another grievance which hindered
Immigration to the seigniories of Quebec wa* the seigneur's right to a toll
for grinding the grain All the whe*t
and other cereals turned Into flour and
meal had to b.- ground at the mill of
the seigneur, who took as his pay me-
fourteenth of the grist. As the oi*p,,r-
tunltle* for opprastlon Increased. «om*
of tho aelgneurs were quick to turn
them to account. Rents \ivul-l be Increased, tlmb.r reserved, the river
shore would be withheld, a portion of
every catch of fish would be exacted,
snd so on.
Towns and Villages.
Not  only  the   : who   tilled
th* farm* of the seigniories, but th*
people who formed ihe villages and
the town* that sprung up within th*
seigniory were at th* mercy of the
lord. Th* country was kept back.
The flr»t attempt that was made under
British rule to get rid of the stagnating seigniorial system was in 1790 Th*
C uncil appointed a committee to look
Into the «yst«m, and the committee'*
report wa* most unfavorable. Settlement, It showed, was not expanding,
only tho part of each seigniory bordering the river being people. Improvement th* committee declared, was
Impossible with a change in tenure.
and It recommended the British
system of free and comm n so
cage. Nothing came of this enquiry,
the seigneurs being greatly opposed to
th* chang* racou.ru. r
Act of 1854.
The act of UJI wiped out seigniorial
tenure. But, while r. leal ng the land
from the burdtns of th* system, it
was fair to th* Mlgneurs. These had
rights, which a tribunal, made up of
th* Judges uf the Court of Appeal and
the Supreme Court, was constituted lo
ascertain. This Judicial board carefully separated the pretensions of th*
seigneurs from their genuine rlgh'.s.
and enumerated the latter 111 the report to the Government To Indemnify
the seigneurs for tbe lo*s of Ihese
rights, and to make other adjustments
deemed nOfieBBII IJ by Hie change, th*
Hovernment expended 110.000.000. S-Ik-
n! .rial tenure was thus brought to an
end but the big estates were not, In
consequence, abandoned, and the relations between ;he great landed proprietors and their tenants did not Instantly end. Rent was at 111 r.i be paid
by the occupant of s seigniory farm
so long as he remained * tenant, but
h* had the right at any time to purchase hi* farm from tha seigneur by
paying a sum on which the annual Interest at I per cent, would be equ»l to
the y*arly r*ntal. Advuntag* was taken of these *«sy*termt. mor* favorable
than th* Irl»h Land Purcha*. Act. and
the tenants set ah ut purchasing their
holdings SB toon as they could gel the
money.
Dream of * Noblesse.
It was not exactly as feudal lords
that th* seigneurs had their great
estate* assigned to them. They wer*
to bt the leaders In the development
of th* several sectl *ns of territory entrusted to them. They were lo afford
tho encouragement nnd the din
for which thc French peasantry at
home had been ui customed to look to
B superior class. Itut the seigneurs
proved valueless as olds to col .nizlng
snterprlae and were a positive hindrance to It. Kor the most part they
soon Ceo-ied to be people Of consideration in the eyes of their tenants, who
wer* usually to 1 few 10 make up a
rent revenue sulflclent to maintain the
•eigneur ln magnlfloenot,   his poverty
mis fetal to his dignity. A blight on
the country was removed when bis
rule »u ended.
An  Ant   ItelorC
"I'm.is sometimes aai queetlons that
wise   men   cannot   answer."   remark.'.1
tin* professor in the course ..f his lecture,
"Then that explains why so many of
ns get pin.'kisi in our examinations."
Bllld Jie lllppniit student    Boma Notes.
ShlflliiK  11   lliirtlrn.
"Aren't you the man I gave a pie to
the ulbcr .lay?"
"Yes, lady."
"What did you do wilh It'/"
"I gave It to my brother; he's stronger than 1." gnggnp
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I
- Hit LAUDS AU MINING iT"
T    - - .  ^t   s_»^.-
REVIEW.
fa rrl"|»>i1 ..   Troll*, l.ikf I Hv, nnn Puhllthfrl |
"•'   %\ (••n'.iui iii<   I'i'saUl  in-if'"IT rilU!*Kd»y
Tn- H5 lit »r ■! *ifi a in nn 'l htmnrll iMpnti-
|tbl* ' ' i ■ til ■" it « •' •' 'i r*'ii>"inlt,iit» rt*
prtMdit Iii iti otiluraufl
AIMtH-alN will lit- nhan;«*1 *" th-» rim* n'lA
(••uti |>*' Iln*, tlm hnH-ftmti, imi fct-ualtll pt>i
inii* f>H-,-li aiiiiMt't'.inni iiigfiiu.il
Tttnnufnr Vmuttetii md uticr n-jr-wtlnljn
Will   I  •    Milt ill**   « Ml 1*11 41'I    K|'l.'      iti Km   t-U  uflu*
Bnbionulluu Hilda </w. In m.'vr...«*.
OKRTIFIOATK 09  THK   KiuJ-
I8TRATION OK an BXTIIA-
PROVINCIAL COMPANY.
Conipauitti A*-!, 1897s
S. DAN
Terguson
Freighting
and
Pj eking
Outfit.
•w
'"■> mm". »'iieie.l min  for impliin? n'Mlninfj »*iip|illei  ,.,.,.
in n i' iui        .,,. .,, .
1 *    * i   n*',,,i',t am ,,,.,, in I »uv «rrirl| ..n,|ei"ni(.'n nu.iriiiiti'.'il
Rallsractoi V.
■^ron.
Ferguson.
IIJKIIBBY CI'I'.TIKV iiinl "Mie
It'i'w,ii,l (.iniii and   Kilvi r Min*
ing t'.,iii|i!in v. I..iniii .1." "Nmi- j
Personal  Liability,"  has thin ilm
lieen registered a* sn Kstra-I'mv-
inciiil t'inii|.,i   v nmi'-r Hi"   "Until*  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
1'iiiiii is Act, 1897," I"  tiny oill ii
effort  all ur  anyol  tin* ulijeeU i,( If        a    t /■ 1—< ■*   Ft**—* **   \j       r   ■/ ,-—v *-j—i r- »      I   -*, „      T
",eC '— ,',,;;l^|LAKhyIiiW  hJ I LL' Grout Xaftc
live suiliiirity «.f tlie Legislature ..!;
liritiah Columbia extends
I In* lie.hi u-iii'e i*f  Hie cnmpani
is ei'mn. *i iin- t'iiy "f Waieriuw n,
II.  Hie   i ...lilt v   ..(   (loiiillgUlll,  nn,I
-•I.,re nf ,*-u ,r ,i   I IflklllH,
Tin*    nlllllll.it    nf    i'.|iilrl!    of    llie
I '.iiii|.ki. v   is   nin-*  liiiiniU'il I.iuiis
nml dollars, divided inlo nne Iiiiii
(ir.-.i thousand shares id one di I ai
each j pa
The head office nf  tha On*n|ian*i
in tins Province ih situate nt   l-er
■i-iieou,  iirci   Ji Im    Morton,  mine
inniiiiLier, whose address is   Pergu
ui i, in tiie  attorney for the Com
I .any.
TI'iU'T l.\K!> It C.
I.
Dai* well Suppiifcd with Liquors ex Cigars
I ut'isC ('oiiifiii inl.lc I; n.   Kxcellent Cuimne sn.l Attendance.
fifladden & Levesque
Props.
I'Gntcr
Jupplp Oo.
XtS.
Legal Noticcr.
(JsaTiriutTKS ur IMPRUVKHC^T,
NOTIOR.
.I.t'.. I'liiiiii, I nm. star mineral rlslms
must* iu .lis rrout lain- Mining Dlvi*
• lull ol  itrt.  k.„,local illall llH.
it I i.r*   Im si ml. li.-ii,I, f Inl,. creek.
Take unties tbsl I, J   W, Cliliai, froo
.tii.er'i  c.iiflcst*  No, 8«,Slj,  for  inv-
welt and ns agent for s,  \, sutberlsnil,
I'm c. Nu IISTlliill,   llru.v   tt bile,   l.ui.c,
I s.i 7711/8, A, Ho.Ma, I in c. NoSiiir-.', Intend ...I iltyi tfiur .1*1* liareofi lo apply
, io he Mining Recorder lorOerllBralrsof
I i in ■,,..-.,11..:a lur ttin purpose of obtain*
mi oruHu itiaiiis ol ibe above elslms,
Anil further  tak*   not lot  tbtt   lOtloll
amitr section .1,' must lie commenced
k* or. tb* ittuance ul iiiiii uerniira a ol
Iranroreinenti       liaivuthe 4th day ul
Mi v, A. D., lYOti.
J. W, CHISM
I'v hn in' Water supplied  by tl <*
gfy   Company you nre assured "I nl it
•  •    lute purity.   Hi,yen men: Analysis
*»   to back up statements, :::::::
Hugh McPherson - -  Supt.
E. R. VIPOND
Trout, Lflka LiVtry
Freighting
Packing
•Rawhidim.
a »i»*cm.ty.
Stable* «a   Trout Lake.
a.
Trout^ Lako   City  Tm nsfer
and Stago Lino
fi Ferguson    |
—• I
TroutLako 1
tt
«• r»
_________ a   i^r C  »•*   l
TiioMmaof the existence nf the    •*» **"-v*W W
Cnitipaitv i«* tirentv veins from tin
IHI. day id A\ ril/lUOn.
Tin* company ia ppfcialIt* limi-
tcil under section 66 ui the e.n.i
Acl
(lii-"ii under inv linn 1 and seal
nf nilice nt Victoria*; Province .,1
British Columbia, tin- 21at dn*.' ol
April, "i.e thousand nine hundred
i.i,.1 s>x. S   V. Wuo'I'I'iiN.
Registrar uf Joint !_ toi L
C'l.iin anii --
The objects for which  thia Com
pany    haa   linen   eslabli :,rii   uu.|
registered ere : —
The acquiring, mnnnging* devcl-
opii i: woi kin_ uml Bel ling niinen,
mineral claims and milting | ro*
pert ic*. n ml the winning, gel nig,
treating, rellniug mid inai ketii ,: ol
iniiierals therefrom
iT„A7rT LAKE HOTEL
f .v v
rCt\r'. !X A*
aw wl.vitl V
« a>WrVCZlIX_lOCfiXiOal
_ p.C *       £     |_r -» — -••
N*iiic,' i< hen by given   tlmt ftu
d iy- ni.er date 1   int i d i ik.
iipp iceiion tu iii- j| .I,, t I,,, |
Coiiimisaio .oi ..' Uude and Work.
1 tr ii spet-iel li. ante lo CUI Slid
carry :m iv limber 11..111 lhe tot-
lowing dewriliel Uml sn,,.,,,,,
itiioui ■ of a mile iv,,i„ the smiil
flu.re i.f  'I...nt  i.iki, und : li .11
2 mile-   li'.in   (lerrar 1.  and con
men.'ii g   nt   ;i   p vi   unirked ,1   |i
Keiuiely's     N.W.    corner   post.
I lun,.! braille  :.   p -r   m,,_ ,. jj
1>. Kennedy'- N l-.'|„.-t, u.,.,,,.  > 'A
chains eu»l,thniiOe kiiiiiIi .Ocltnii,..
ilicin-.* weal "-iieiui'ii-. 11.,.,,,.,, „„ri|,
SO chains  in  point • 1 .-*..... ,1,.,. I
«.. nt.    Dated, Mat 11. 18 16
•'•I' Ki N.vkuv
r.   .\ ij gi-Hi,...). 1,.
And Very lines! Cigars   D
John Simpson,      Proprietor.
WINDSOE HOTEL
TROUT LAKC.  B.C.
Best Hotel in Town,
Headquarlsrs fer Wibidi H C:n_:;ci2l Ken.
ACCOMMODATIONS   ARE    FIRST CLAOS
MASTERSON  and
GRIFFITH
General Merchants.
•
Trout Lake - - B. C.
Coaton       m
w.n,*.\v,i.tr*4*\\\t.\v*tiy
t*4vhv-t,w.'t.4.t.'nw*
U Daily Stair. wj]| [
M laave   Fe-*mon
7 •.rr*..
j Trout Lckoatfl
in
WOOD   YARD
in conntctlnn.
a
A. M. Craig     Wm. Crav/ford
 -=I
Imperial  Eank of Canada.
It.au Olflca
TOKONIO.   O.N r\ »lo.
O
j     e***lT»L   PSO)   OP.   *3 MOO,000 OO
I   niareva hind      a.soo.oooo
I     TOTAL  ASSlia       30,000 OOO 00
ir It tvn KIR, Preetdent. RORRI T MfTRAY, I'N t'r„
BRANCHES   .11 iii«  Prnrlnees •' lllwria. Raekair saan. i.ninl. t'olaatkl
Mt..it..I,a, Outarioand Uatner*
A GENERAL IIANKIMJ BU8INES.H TltANSACTED,
SAVINGS DEPAnTMENT.-"''i"'*r'» r.'civ.l »,..| ■• '.r«,t 1 .„«.,1 it bi|U« j
current rt't Ir"... dale of opening of account.
'••J I    0'«*i, "*t'1 »»»''.'•'. I*, all i'* rltuf I .it.tl..
.-» .■: NlaueBad 1 ."-, t,
V. R. ^cLFKiNAN,   PROP
W.     f-5.    JOnCS,   W00D    VALLANCE    HARD-1 ^XT '"" '° ,0",f"0B^ ""'
Review Job Dept.
lur Higli-r'ars Work.
WARE CO   LTD-
I.n,,,.    I .il    Kio'.rt,    Fin*   Job
Printing, lltr.lwtr., Ulnars' fe  plies, ai.ua 1
NELSON, D. C. an.1 Ranges
'Ik. IT   I AKR  flM.MII—
T. H. UAKIiR.
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IMEL-SOIM.  B C.     W
I
NolioH    is     I,, »- I y    g v   11     ,!,.,,
Mnliiii nvii   inmuhi i'i  tli- li. 1
)Hllrieil'r..ll     hci,,,.    j      ,    ,.   l;.,,   gjj
CillllUllliu     (In/:.-!,,.,    J      .,,,,    ',',
i-|.|*l.v I., the   II.mi. Cli rl I',., mi
Mi.ner of Lands  nn.l   Works  tm „
.|'(-ci..l    lic*i..i*   |„   t 1,.    „,,,'   ,.,,,.M
««iiv  limber  Ir n*  f ,f|t,,,,,,,
ilescrilipcl   ||„„|B  ntuated in \V_*-|.
Kii'itm nv : j L-
N11  1.   f .mmp.iciiig nt  a ,, _    f*
1 111.tell      llll      II (•     H*lllll      ,-1, ,r .    „|
Tr.m LakH,  nbonl   1:: ,„i]„a ,,,„„
ilu- head and a linn 1 , 1,,. Inj ,. tr,,,
the ahore markuil u VV. A Or ,,-.
soii'a    iiiirili-wiat    C'.n.er   ;.h
Ibence sonili  :.(i   .1. ,:i.    , ,:',,.
eaal  mi t-lmin*,  ,li■,,,-  tl ,,; . ,(l
•'llftitll*.    lIl.llC.       Wl-.-l    ,*-..      II,,,,,,,       ;,,
lhe point i.f romiiii.., i, ,1,1
,*S'°' '■     *' r"'i"S   nl   :,   iiii-i
planted sou Hi nl Tiom J..,k. ;, , .„,
1 ■'• mil.- from iln* 1 1 ,(ai(j , (, .,,
   "" 8 wul '    In...   II,*-  „,.,„,.
marked 0. W..\ i,r,-,-,..„,,,„•. „ ,r ,
•>1'1 ' IT I'"-',    t ,.    1   ■   .„   , ,   M,
eiiaui'.   ti.e len   weal  80 eiuti ,-
ili-in-ir   m.iti,    80   I'IihIiih,   11,..,,
"<-t it ..ini.*, im:,.. I,,,,,, „, , fi
Jii.-'ir. in* 11'
Nn. :i    C mimenci ig m  n i.,iHi
lilanied i.n  ih.,   B..11.I1   h  , 1
1'■","' '/,ke   ■  ' |;J'  •••iUK Tr	
>t*l/"'..l mark d 0. \\ . ,\ „,	
Lin . ►' mil, i,.| mn,,, 1 „g,  j ieh0
*••»• Hi" cl.aiiif,  ihei.cii nor 11, ,|(.
'   ■'"•i  ""'■   '•    eaal    |.;,,  „|,«| ,-
1 l:1"' " I'    'I '   dip lis   i„   i,„
I    t'i' id .' 'i. in  1 .   mc 11.
N 1. I.   Count oneiiij* nt  n   ,„,.|!
, 11""1<" ••• »i -al  .nl,. „t A'-ne -
J,,'""  ";l '  ' "'   ■  mile   1 ,,1,
.   l«"H I. k", narked  h  \y  A,„.,.
1,1 l'*  "-"III    HHSl    cull,,,'   .„„,
1 ,H»**  "" ' '   SO i.'liHi.i.   ,•,,,„.,:
>»'esl  mi Rimlna,  ii„- ,,, ,s„
clialiia. Hi, nee ,1,..,  so ,-:,,, ,, ,,,
' Hie point .1 .• „„,,„. ,,, ,„ |)t
,s": -)•  f '" "i k ni i. in.Bi
)''*.«»«d   nl 1   IrOtl   VHid.  ,.,*!   ,.|
•*i'i"r.'ii,  1 -nil,   „, ,|   .j, ,n| j     ||((
fomTroiii   |.,k., m,,,*,,.,,  J,   \y
•*"'•• """-'"   '  S,tl I,   «n.|   ,. ,rill|:
I""".    Hi-lire    i.„nh    s„   ,..,„.
7'"' mi ,-',„„-. ,i„„.„ w„tH°
. ' *'■"'"• '" ■ "•  Hutul ...n,,,,,,,,.
mi' t.
Dated M 11 Stat   IHOfl
0  ••'  Abiiaiiamson,
When looking for ■ ,,|Hr., ,„ ,|1(>n(1
your  l.'.liilava,  b-ar in  i„j,,d
thai Trout   Lake   ia   an
Ideal   siirnmrr   resort.      'J |,f
•/•-nerr end climate aioniagnihVent.
Lardean
Hotel
to
Stn.y Ltugh.ton
Croprlalor.
'. 1 A f r II KN   ,»is|iing   Frrgi;.-...i. ti 1
{  *i-  1    Hhniild slat m tin. Laidnai
Hniid.     Here   lhe   < is l
w |l    li"    t'lrri.iiiiil-.l    will.
Ij. tu** riniifuria.    Ex'-e'leni
cm   n«.     w-il    TMitila'e I
tnl     .arm     r.*.*i..«.     tr.H
Blocked  bar,   sivi   •■-•-• rv■ I.■ • _   whjcli
1.1 il.  in.,r l<   making  your  ,.--iia
[,!•■. .ant ami   n.»moral.|' nne,
t'„'.a froni II  .I*, upward*,
Wc ttri.r in |*'.^.» onr patrons.
FERGUSON.
AlO
^?inritCV^       CV       CO.'     ll  PB,.  to ,u. Ilia   T.1ap',r,n..     A 10 tfr,     .   r     _        ,-w f
..*•*                                 leagili* nip can often ha savwl.  offlreal;! DjiU'OCL*   Lt-HOD I
WnorRRAI.KpKAl.KRSInBnlt.r,   f * **«"•       ''un nAU,\^'' ' }rnl ^ **•«•■** v *-**    ',ylAK (,
I al*. I   .< '.fir. : tltu tt llaaW.i, Coui-   *>'   - —■  .
•*v_a,    Olieeje.    Produre   and   Krolt »p|j_ and Arroaiiaad Q  run a  •
tnr.al/in  Hk     t......l  .. - (-•.    v.. — -     ....
— ~- ^   > - ... w-w -a^ .
OK
T-O* »_<-..._. IXMl-l, <_-a_-4>-_.  _rO-rX_ Ct<t.X»0*t' «MP*
...  tlbc Dotcl 36caton   ...   t
1;
j
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Lennoxville  G. M. YUILL] WI,lia:T S2hnd»»j
-c*- Motel,
_. rVOBSS. PROP.
Hotel and
General Store
JtWEWLtR,
OCRARD
B   t:
Watcli repairing,   etc    All work
Uuaranleed.
OuiKbis Iht, Tr;:t[2lc,BC
flood Shave or flair Cut     D
— C All. t»   {1
A
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.t'
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Hot and Cold Oalha
l*ou__i.Quim _ o «.'■
A-cuiut ..       .... All*1ll'*r-
Ji', MURRAY,
TROUT I AM, 1    C.
ini.ti** companTs'  Intereata rarelullj
I.m,a. I   at'.r.
A«n,i ll 1'.. I I'M     ■
Imperial
Barber Shop.
Fer (,,   i|   Ha r  titling Imi
MitMi K a" t*.
C. A. CHEESF.MAN
ThOOT ink! ( trr
MoC an4   Coial   Balhi.
DEAI'DN,  P.c.
rlSITORH a-riij. r a< "n',.,.   ll,* llir.aliold nf tha l.ar-'fu.)
"      via  Arn.wl'.ait   will Iiml Una  ll.e.l  In  n* fullv t.jii ( | I'd
for lii.'i'.-l .*. 1 ale     Kir.llanl a(rr.in.nin*lalif.n       A »all
a...'"i.'t,'l and a par adininf   hall,     'Ilia I.a. nf Wlnas, aphits
»rticik*a*a     IVisiuml aiii".. al»ii it j it mh tn the reqnireinenis of
pa    ms   Viaitnra tu Hi* 1 a>d»Mi ran i*- > on comfort at tidal mal.
tnji?nlmmi?^?ul)nimnn^MMmltnll^i1VfnT1mmmmnn»m^nml»^ltwmffi^tlffl
IW. BOYD -:-
L
t>«**ri^«T>na-»»-*a>aj-» ar*>^r*a-f-tv «*a a«»^*V-tB» Ma, ,
T-Tif*!  (
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CITY
Maple Leaf
Tennis and Lacrosse Shoes
SIi
Represent lhe acme of perfection i.i athletic
footwear. _ hey arc made over all styles of
f.'otform lasts and come in either Tennis er
Oxford cuts. For durability, grace and comfort '* MAPLE LEAF" OUTING SHOES
have no equals.    Ask for ihem at your dealers.
J. LECKIE CO., LTD.
VANCOUVER,   B.C.
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a I
^t*\ni"lil'. Ii«r* li.cn f*rlu».a
m ,i|n by judicious iii veal*
mm 1 in Ilea I ['atatn, and
in, rr f-i'iin.. wiil Ic* ma.I. than
r.rj tn* n-ji iwniii three years.
The on* "■i.t i«ii|i»iii*> InirTB' ia
t •• origiiiAl Inreai'ir. for b. i.aa
Lit i.i  i..< .1.1 « . m lainty.
.'■ ,- Im h*< poiuI "Hi to ton that
t'.t-.c ii |i 1 Inii.1  Spot  ",i  t'i" l!	
1 nin   10  1 ur   Real   KsUte than
'I i:</l i  LAKE,
Trout lake Is tli" |ir**ni.ai s|'..i
in   iln*   I-.  ..leiii.ysj B. « |>leaaure
I 'S '.'    it   i a. |i>  r.jiml.       1    ,1 * 1   g
i*iil   tl.lii.g   may le   Iniliilgnd In
ti"    1 * fl      1    llll'l ;   While   Iill"   p rllic
In  a'>ii!*(l,ai.ee 1.  tu ihe  found on
11*. 1.1 !■ I 1 ('IiiiihIc i. aupilli,
t iff* h i (t 11" itrcjt >-ii c.iiib, 11
I. log 11.li.l iii wnicr and en In
slimmer, J can le a«i "f imiii **f
1 he l:ii**'t in i" U and rei'dencei In
l!. iiinn 1 n|niiii.la, It* sl-'ei« •.«
rcll lad <.iii Mud graded. Tie.*,
ar tw ■ M'-r I'l.i genera] alorri,
an.l a ,: sues » the aileertlseinenu
j.. tlila Joliriial «. 111 alnn t'.ial aM
|r«r|r>aare fnirly nrll r» ft'e«**i.t. d.
Write   willi coi.li'lrncn I.. Ag-mta.
I
|**********»w********>.
'ecea
k
H. McPherson
Agent
Trout, Lake, B.C.
Lots can be
obtained on
EASY
TERMS. L
Make your
selection at
once.  ;
at
aa
Then cell on
or  write  to
T has i.'vr I ad a   ' boom " --Its
1 I aa )>p.n steed*'     U Is
lha III .,,1 < f 1 • *r'ja'tatii.ii, and
il a lern.li al cf tie I n<'< I laj < b
uf We r r R All 1. . N in. tl e
Lardeau)  bad tn 1>' nt Lake,   Ii
la ll.f. (-..rum.|i inl r.Mre . f lha
rlehefl 1..in.i.i dlati lit on lha
continent, and has henklt-p farlll*
lice j t.vded 1^- lb*. In | rilal
I aiii "' Canada ; Aral 1 '.a. arhool
•1 -con p.. il»iicn under lbs .lir.c-
Ilm. if I** hliSiiiiin. j! A ; r fiood
wsi.r at *ii tn ; "jneefl n..i.i . ffic's ;
I". unt» C.,i rt aittlnjia; Af.ih'dlal
I |, ,►.(.) nl a1 (I -A 1,il.. an (I,nr,'I,as
and .■, i.aj;. |,.*| ital.
ll.oi.  are talnable ranch landa
on .).. intak li la  a* t» _. 111, v.*  silllrrt,
lie lumber resoiirnea are naynjfl-
c . i, raid a hand saw mill wltli a
ri,|'..(i'» of 1W1 ii|.(i fi 1 rr (lay Is al
t r I mil if lb.* Inl. Tl r mints
tiihlllei** ai. irnvlng iui li|,'|.'rr
I 1, ■!.>.. ever) viar, wild ntw
jirospects • 1 ri.lpg uji riuh I-mlies of
oi*>
lie r wHI be a hlf rush l.ls
t.sr, so if ton would know
more, write at on re to .lil n of
th* agnota at tha iddreasei halo*.
F. B. Wells
General Agent
Revelstoke, B.O.
piiun^^

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