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The Prospector Oct 12, 1901

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Vol.4,  No. 18. ■ J
$2.00 a year.
Miners Supplies.^—a^^
XjiriXiOO-SlT, "B.CC.
Branch Store at Bridge Kiver where a
fall stock of General Merchandise and Min
•r* Outfits are on hand.
J. Dunlop, General Merchant, Lillooet, B.C
Paul Santini,
#*ra_M ft fall  stock of all kinds of Grocerie*, Dry   Guodt),   Hoots   and   Shoee.
Hardware, etc.
*    *    X
lillooet, B. C.
W. F. Allen, Proprietor.
■Riff Hotel in capaHe of acconn dating 80 Gutsti.   Bumplo Rooms lor
Commercial Travellers. Everything Flret-OUse.
Hotel Victoria,
Tbw hotel h«in<? new and thoroughly finished Ihrcughortt is the only firm
■U» liat.l in i.ili "n't. PerBons calling »l Ullooot. will receive every atlentioi '<
•topping *• '.he Hotel Victoria. Good stabling in connection with the ln.te!. !!.•■* •
garters Ior Lie Lillooet-Lytton stage,
•    »•_»•     CHARQBB    M.3l>icwA'rit.     ••••••
•tagf, leaves Lytton every Tuesday and Saturday morn-
Mkg for Lillooet. returning next day.    Special trips made.
M ynu contemplate atrip into Lillooet district, write ns (or Information.
IAMER0N & HURLEY     -:-    Lytton and Lillooet, B L.
Bridge River Travel
•Uamcr leaves the Mill wharf every morning (except
•»»day) at 9 a. m., for lake point..
R«turning leaves the Mission at 2 p.m.
For information concerning rates, special trips &c,
wyit« the company or call at the Mill wharf,
Scatoo Lake Steamboat Company.
Lil looet, ». Ci
Half-Way House,^_
Headn,'.iirtcrs for al! Siag«s.
Prior to Mr. Smith*' recent visit to Victoria
we did nol interview him for a statement o)
his attitude towards the lion. Mr. Dunsmuir
since the latter had offered a place in the
Cabinet to Mr. brown, of New Westminster.
What we failed to do the j Vancouver World
succeeded in doing, and we inserted a paragraph of that interview for the benefit of our
We are now somewhat surprised to learn
from a conversation with Mr. Smith that
many of the statements made by the ''World"
liave been manufactured and were never made
by Mr. Smith. For example:The "World"
refer**, to a letter written by Mr. Smith to the
Hon. R. McUride, endorsing lhat gentleman's
action in retiring from the government.
The fact is that no letter was written by Mr.
Smith to Mr. McBride, after the resignation
of the latter.
In a later issue of the "World'' it is stated that Mr. Smith will oppose the Premier
because of his recent actions. The general
public has inferred that henceforth the member for West Lillooet will oppose the present
We have authority from Mr. Smith to
state that so long as the Dunsmuir Govern-
mene works, as it has done in the past, for
the good of the Province in general, and fur
the welfare of West Lillooet, he will rema iu
a fa.thlul supporter of tiie same.
The "Vancouver World" hns promised, we
understand, to correct the errors reported in
its issues, and we trust lhat ere, this the pro
mise has been fulfilled.
We are informed on good authority that
the hospital building will be erected in due
time. The necessary preliminary steps have
been taken by the government, so lhat when
completed, the building will efficiently serve
its purpose,
Exesption has been taken a! the statement
made in uur editorial of October 5th thai
"our government has been for some time the
laughing stock of the whole Domin.cn" and
that "Eastern newspapers infrequent y speak
of'the back door politics of British Columbia'" This remark, it is said, is aimed
slraighl at lhe present government.
It is hardly necessary to correct this wrong
impression. We, as a strictly independent
paper, may have reason for objecting to some
notions of this and future governments, and
if so we shall speak oul.    Hut in the  article
ferrcd to, we dealt wilh ihe non-party government of British Columbia. Our remarks
could oidy be laken as solely against the present government if It were the first non-parly
government in power.
Dr. Sanson, President, Dr. Reynolds
vice-president, and T. A, Brett, of the
Anderson Lake Co., are in Victoria ar-
ranglngthe tertriB of tbe proposed deal
for tbe mine, which it is hoped will
go through.
R. Sparrow returned this week from
McGillivray Creek, whore he was do'
lag assessment work.
Bridge River.
F. H. Cinder, part owner ut U*<-
Pioneer Mineral Claim, Bridge River,
eame tlown this week. The owners of
th's claim are confident that they have
a good mine, and are not trying to Bell
until they have Bhown that their opin-
ionaare justified. Work will he commenced with an arrastra aa soon a*
Messrs. Amess and Munholland are
making very thorough prospects of the
Dredger Company's leases on the Fra-
aer, with a view to constructing the new
dredge. Toe prospects obtained have
been taken in the most systematic manner and have been eminently satisfactory, ao that the prospectB ol a line new
dredge on the river are of the brightest.
Fountain Mine
Operation** nt this mine are propies-
#in^ very satisfactorily, Mr. Southard
being very much pleased with the returns. The gold assays $17._0 to tin*
The  special train    which    conveyed   lhe
Royal   parly stopped   twenty   minutes
■ytlon, bul never looked towards Asbcrolt
us it passed by, much to the delight of tlie
.habitants of the village at the junction of
the two rivers. Until lhat Fountain road
built, giving quick communication with
Lillooet, Ashcroft need never expect any
celebrities to stop off there.
See oar special
offer 00 tack page.
Although the Prospector made the nn-
nouncement not long ago that a first-clnss
travelling library could be obtained from
lhc government, free of cost with the exception of freight charges, no action has been
taken towards •htaining lhe boon, at least
not to our knowledge. What is the matter wi'h the people of the town? Here is
sn excellent offer free, high class reading
for the winter months, and not one hind
has been raised to take the necessary steps
towards its acquisition.
These remarks apply with equal force to
the matter oi a reading-room. The use of
thc Methodist Church has been offered for
that purpose, and the Prosepctor offers to
furnish, free of cost, a laigd number of newspapers and periodicals. What bitter offer
could be made?
The Prospector   will  be glad   to   receive
m mimical ions on   this   subject  from the
towns' people.
<ir" Brief Despatches.
Lillooet Wins!
The baseball game between Lillooet und
Lac-La Hnche, played last Saturday at
Clinton, was won hy Lillooel.
Score, 13 to 6.
Considering th*t they are practically new to
the game, the Lac La 1 iache hoys played a remarkably good game, and for the
first hall made things lively for lhe Lillooel
combination. Wc hope thai Lac La Hache
Will be able to come down here and seek revenge.
One of the prizes won by the victors was
a black hear which remains the property of
the Lillooet boys until their defeat by Lac
La Hache. Thus ilolh I.illeoet 'bear' the
Columbia Wins.
The America cop will remain on this
side of the water for at least another
year. Sir Thomas Lipton's challenger,
Shamrock second, failed to win on*
of the races, although each contest
was extremely close; la tne mnrace
the Shamrock crossed ihe line first, but
lout the decision on the time allowance.
Sir Thamas takes bis defeat like a
true sportsman, his bearing being in
remarkable contrast to that of our
cousins across the line when defeat
percheB on tbeir banners.
The latest mining company formed
is that of the Nortli.Western Development Syndicate, Limited. It bas been
lormed lo operate the Camnourne and
Oyster Groups located iu tbe Lardeau
Mining division.
Andrew F. Rosenberger, Nelson is
secretary of tbe Company whose capital is  one million dollars.
200,000 Shares of $1 par value, are
now being offered for fifty cents »ach.
mail-carrierForxD dead.
The body of Joseph Kier was found
lying on (he roads'de mar Son eno=.
The deceased was a somewhat pathetic
figure when alive, being dwarfish in
stature, and the pathetic was not wanting in 'loath to those who found him
with his hand tightly grasped on tlie
loflilhagB -true to his trust even in
Nova Scotia is entirely Liberal. Al
the general election on October 2nd the
reports announce that only four seats
were carried by Conservatives while
31 Liberals were able to secure seats.
Mr. T. J. Vaughan Rhys, tbe well-
known Vancouver mining engineer lias
issued bis report concerning one of tin
createBt coalfields on the continent ol
America. It is situated on the borders
ol British Columbia and Alberta, Mr.
Rhys, acting lor a syndicate, bas now
hilly inspected tie ground and has m
hesitation in saying it is one of the greatest discoveries iu the history of the
The largest seam in the new field is
4. feet wide and has been traced for
■ix miles or about 5000 scree. A remaining (1000 acres of adjoining land is
yet unexplored, not being required at
the pie. ent.
The cxperienecd man will see by this
nccounl that the supply isBitnply itiex-
B. C. Mining Laws.
The Engineering and Mining Journal
ol Ncw York, in its Canadian Supplement, gives a summary of the Mining
Iuwb of tbis province, extracts from
which may be of use.
A free miner is a person, male or female, above the age of lb' years, who
iu tlie holder of a valid free miner's
eerilicate, which costs $5 for a full
year, or a proportionate Bum for any
shorter period ; but al! certificates expire on May -Ist. A free miner may
cuter on Crown lands and also on other
lands where the right to enter has been,
reserved, and may prospect for minerals, locate claims and mine. Claims
may uot be located on Indian reserves
nor within the curtilage of any dwelling. Should a free miner neglect to
renew his certificate upon expiry, all
mining claims held by liim tinder its
rights, if not crown granted, revert to
the Crown, unless he be a joint owner,
in which case his interest or share reverts to his qualified partners or co-
owners. It is not necessary for any
shareholder in an incorporated mining
company, as such, to possess a free
miner's certificate.
A mineral claim is a rectangular
piece of ground not exceeding 1,500 ft.
square. The claim is located by erecting three posts according to the act.
In general, location of a claim must In
recorded within a period varying according to distance Irom a register's
uflice from date of location.
Wise and otherwise.
A Prl2. Bs.ay.
Water is found everywhere especially when it rains, as it did the other
day when our cellar was half full; Jaue
had lo wear her faiher's rubber boots
to get the onions for dinner. Onions
make your eyes water, and bo does
horse-radish when you eat too much.
There is a good many kinds of water
in the world, rain water, soda water,
holy water and brine. Water is used
lor a good many things. Sailors use
it to go to sea on. If then) wasn't any
ocean the ships couldn't float and they
would have lo stay ashore. Water is
a good thing to fire at boys with a
squiri and to catch fish in. Father
caught a big one the other day and
when he hauled it up it was an eel.
Nobody could bo saved from drowning
ii there wasn't any water to pull them
out of. Water ia lirsl-rate to put fires
out with. I love to go to tires and
see the men work at the engines. This
is all I can think of uow about water,
except the flood.
True to Her Sex.
A bright little girl, who attends a
dancing school, had a trying experience the other day. She is really a
tavorile with the children of the school
out when the little girls and boys
marched iu couples, or danced a quadrille, it happened again aud again that
sue was lett out.
Sue wailed patiently and hopefully
and each lime she was disappointed.
She felt that tbe situation justified a
protest, and the conscience-stricken
leaclirfr agiced with her When finally
.ha stepped forward aud said, in a pathetic voice:—
"l'lcase, .Miss Jones, if there is any
little boy left over nexl time, may I
nave hiloY
Show uo the man wbo ne,er made
mistakes aud we will show you one who
has never ried an.thing. THE DOUKHOBORTSI.
Thrre Are Four of the Colonies, Each of
Which Is Subdivided Into Villages,
With From li> to 23 Houses in Kach
of Them—A Iluee of „ar,leners Along
Oue Village SIrc-ot.
Last year it was Lally Bernard's
good fortune to pass a considerable
portion of tile summer in thc villages, accompanied by a lady interpreter, who was deeply interested in
the Doukhobortsi. She describes tho
colonies thus:
The Doukhobortsi are divitled into
four colonies, wholly separated,
each of these colonies representing a
great tract of land en bloc, the colonies being subdiVided into villages
with about 19 to _o houses in each,
which shelter the 1_0 or perhaps _00
"souls" of the village community.
These villages are from four to ten
miles apart, ami each village has its
separate community. A granary
holds ull the Hour and grain of the
villages, and each individual takes
what he requires from its store. One
large community stable houses the
horses and cattle, which are common property, while the village
store room and "smithy" complete
the list of public buildings.
The great wide village street usually stretches in one direct line for
about a quarter of a mile, and each
comfortable whitewashed house is
surrounded by its litlle garden and
backed by a great stack of hay and
straw. These cottage gardens aro
supplemented by the great community gardens, where thousands of cabbages and oilier vegetables arc
planted. But the Doukhobors aro
essentially a race of gardeners, and
delight in the cottage gardens, which
aro gay with flowers, and protected
by fences of every possible design,
some of thein showing a distinctly
artistic feeling. The houses themselves are well built, and both log,
sod and houses woven of poplar
Wands are internally and externally
plastered with a layer of well-mixed
clay, neatly laid on and covered
with a whitewash of a creamy tint.
The roofs, made of poles laid closely
together, are covered with a layer of
straw, finished with prairie sods cut
in squares and neatly laid over the
straw. This year iii many cases the
sod had produced gay prairie sunflowers, and looked as if an intentional "roof-garden" had been planted. The long, low whitewashed
buildings give no idea of the comfort and space to bo found inside.
Wo were usually ushered into a small
vestibule or hall, which opened into
two large rooms, ono to the right
and the other to the left. A broad
divan ran along the end of the living .md sleeping room, and terminated at the base of the great square
oven of pressed brick, which reached
within four foot of tho ceiling. These
great ovens opened sometimes into
*,,.*. .-.man iviucnen utmmu tne vestibule, whero a high shelf was laden
with great loaves of broad, which
form the staple diet of the Doukhobortsi; on a lower shelf stood a
wooden tub of "kvas," or slightly
fermented Hour and water, which is
the national beverage of all Russian
peasants. The cooking utensils aro
primitive, and consist of a few artistically shaped iron pots, ready to
be lifted by the iron fork which
stood besido the wooden shovel for
handling the loaves of bread baked
In  the great oven.
An immense frying pan of great
weight is also dexterously lifted by
means uf a "clip" set on a stout
wooden   handle.
Wooden bowls and well-made
spoons us well us a carved wooden
saltcellar comprise the list of table
utensils; and when a knife is required to cut the gigantic wedges of
bread which the ll'oukhobor people
consume tho "jack-knife" of the
family is called into requisition.
We were always invited to take
our places at a small dining table
which stood at the end of tho room,
close to the bench which ran around
the outer wall. The table was so
small that it looked out of all proportion with tho long anil lofty
room, but as in other domestic details the Doukhobor women havo arranged their dining tables with a
view to their being kept spotlessly
clean and fresh. Tho top of tho table is removable like a reversed
"pastry In.aril," and is daily scoured and aired against tho whitewashed  wall  of  the  house.
During tho day a great pile of coverlets and pillows and small feather
beds are neatly piled in thc corner
of the divan and covered with a.
large Turkish or Persian rug, which
Is one of lhe family treasures,
When bedtime comes the hostess
produces a cm-lain from the great
family chest with a gaily painted design which stands under tlie divan,
and the b.-ds an- unrolled and neatly made behind Un- protecting curtain and wi- all ro1 i! i; lu tin- divan
with its rows of down cushions and
coverlets. In deference to our position as guests wo generally shared
tho divan with the women of the
family only, the men being accommodated with beds in a neighboring
The earthen floor is kept sprinkled
with fresh sand and swept clean with
the "besoms" which the small children are always industriously making.
A  Name to Conjure Will,.
Mrs. S. G. Wood of Toronto is at
present visiting in England. Here
is ono of her stories that will delight every Canadian: The other day,
coining out of Westminster Abbey, I
was met by a friend, wdio said:
"When did you come from Canada'.'"
Two mechanics passing paused and
stared, one sayii g to his companion.
"She's from Canada, she is." I
wish I could impart to you tho
proud tone accompanying the words.
Some of   the   Fre.li    Kxhibits   Which  Ave
Sent to tlio Pan-., itiel'ican  F.xpnsitlon
From 1 his Country Week by Week.
At the Ontario fruit exhibit there
is a fine fresh display of cold storage apples of about twenty varieties. Peaches, plums and new apples
of many varieties have been sent in
from Essex district through Mr. v..
VV, llilbron. a horticulturalist specialist of Leamington.
A number of the new varieties of
early apples and plums have been
received from the nurseries of Morris
Stone and Wellington at l-'onthill.
Large supplies of peaches, pears,
plums, early apples and berries have
come from the St. Catharines district. In this collection special mention may be made of sumo very lino
samples of one of Mr. Burbank's
newer creations, tlie "Climax." Several plates of this new plum are on
exhibition. They aro indeed beautiful, the majority measuring over
seven inches in circumference. These
fruits have attracted considerable attention for their beauty, large sizo
and earlincss. Mr. .James Tittering-
ton has shown considerable enterprise during tho past few years, in
securing many novelties of great
v..lu..- in the horticultural world
and his success in this respect is
very gratifying.
(Jueenstown and Niagara aro to tho
front with peaches, pears, plums, apricots and berries of various kinds.
The display from Mr. \V. Armstrong
and Mr. W. II. Collinson being especially  good.
The Burlington Horticultural Society through the Secretary,- Mr. W.
P. Fisher and Mr. Arthur Peer, who
has the work in charge, has also
sent in the first large display from
that district which will now be followed up with regular weekly shipments for the remainder of the season.
There are also a large number of
exhibits from various exhibitors in
different parts of the Province.
li the patriotic Canadians who so
kindly sent from time to time a
magnificent collection of cut flowers,
could only realize the pleasure thoy
confer on Mr. Bunting, the energetic
superintendent, and his assistants,
by helping them to beautify nnd
keep up tho standard cf the Ontario
exhibit, and on the public generally,
who always turn away reluctantly
from tho Ontario display, they would
be amply repaid. Amongst the
most beautiful floral decorations wo
may mention a large assortment of
GUadlolis from the vast collection of
Mr. H. H. CI roll of Simcoo, wdiose
famous selections from thc 10,000
collections of different species of
high quality are being greatly admired   at   the  Horticultural   exhibit.
Mr. Charles P. Wyer, superintendent of tho fruit exhibit of Fresno
Co., California, says "that those
who are behind tho Ontario fruit
exhibit deserve great praise. It is
a revelation and will help to establish true impressions in the minds
of the people, who know very littlo
concerning tho climate an.l proouc
tions ot Canada. Those who havo
sent, and are sending fruit, deserve
to be highly commended, and those
who have not sent so far, ought to
realize that it i.s their duty to help,
not only to keep tho exhibit up to
tho standard, but to outdo if possible other exhibitors. Mr. Bunting
and his assistants work hard in the
interests of the country, and their
efforts are to bo appreciated by the
people at home, who should help
them in every way to keep up the
display, nnd let it be tho very best
every timo."
Mr. Bunting und his assistants
have been very busy arranging their
large number of fresh exhibits, and
preparing them for the jury of
'ar have been largo
quality  of  tho   ex-
The entries so
and the average
hibits  very  high.
Martha  Craig.
star Kuke, in.l.-i ...
Thoso who confine their visits to
the large Muskoka lakes think that
they aro thoroughly acquainted with
tho wdiole region, but they aro mistaken in this, writes Lally Bernard
in The Globe. Some of tho most
characteristic Muskoka scenery is to
lo found about tho shy little lakes
lo tho immediate north, where nature is herself and unspoiled. On
thc part of some there is tho objection to leaving the main system of
navigation and adventuring ou a
land journey of a few miles, but in
giving way to this feeling thoy lose
one of the most pleasurable experiences that these northern wilds afford — namely, a drive througli the
deep, fresh, rich, varied, original
hardwood forests of Ontario. To
many life-long residents in this province this is a new experience, for
the original forest has been so generally exterminated that the possibility of driving through miles of it
is rare. Star Lake is one of the
most enchanting of these hermit waters of the north, and thr- oight-milo
drive from Port Cockburn or Ros-
M-aii is the part of the journey which
a lover of the woods will romeml er
with most pleasure. The lake Itself,
with its starlike radiation of bays,
the golden-sanded beach, and tho
deep sylvan rivers that flow into it,
or out of it, where tho heron or thc
i lane regards tho solitary canoeist
with stupefied wonder, supply continual delights to thoso wdio desire
the restful calm and converse with
Hood and field, that, after all, constitute  the true  holiday.
A   Fnun'l   f.r Cigar Ash.
If a man saved the ash of all the
cigars he smoked he would havo
consumed 1,600 K-fore he had a
pound of ash.
A Canadian Fights un Oltrlch.
Trooper    II.     Greenwood     of the
Yorkshire Dragoons, in a letter sent
fruui South Africa to his father at
Halifax says:   .
"I was coming back to camp by
myself, after assisting in burying a
ma:.-, and was attacked by a largo
ostrich. It knocked mc down. I
caught it by the neck, and 1 fought
wilh it for about an hour. No ono
was near enough to help. 1 strangled it at last, but it gave me sume-
thing to go on with. The captain
says it wis 20 to 1 on the ostrich
killing me."
Ile has sent home some of the
bird's feat' -ts  for his sisters.
Chocolate King lteginning   to Get Keturn
From Anticosti Island.
Henri Menier, the millionaire
French chocolate manufacturer, who
has been entertaining the family of
Lord Minto and other distinguished
people on hoard his steam yacht in
the harbor of Quebec, has just sailed
for his island kingdom of Anticosti,
whero he will spend a few days bo-
fore returning to Paris.
Tho visit of Menier to Canada
marks the commencement of the vast
return which he is evidently about
to reap from his investment of so
many millions of dollars upon his
island. This week his agents upon
the island have shipped to the French
market ,10,000 worth oi canned lobsters, being the product of two
months' fishing and canning operations by his employes in Anticosti.
This industry is to be extensively
prosecuted in future seasons, and will
likely assume very large proportions.
Kocont explorations upon the island
show that a large part of its surface is covered with forest growth
exactly suited to the manufacture of
pulp. Some idea of its value may bo
formed from the fact that the island
is nearly 1H0 miles long. Not only
are largo quantities of this wood to
be exported by Mr. Menier, but he is
having plans prepared for tho erection of an enormous mill for tho
manufacture of chemical pulp in Anticosti. Mr. Menier's friends have
enjoyed some excellent salmon fishing upon tho rivers of Anticosti, especially upon the Jupiter, which is
(piite a famous stream. The fish,
though not particularly large, aro
very numerous, and the sea trout
fishing is also good.
It will not be long before there will
be splendid hunting upon tho island,
which is rapidly becoming a hugo
private game preserve, so satisfactory is tho natural increase in tho
number of moose, caribou, nnd deer,
which have been placed in it within
tho last few years, not one head of
which can bo hunted or killed without tho permission of tho proprietor
of tho island.
Very valuable furs will soon become one of tho products of Anticosti. Largo numbers of beaver nre being captured all over the Province of
Quebec by special permit of tho Government for the stocking of Mr. Menier's islund, though tho killing of
tho animal is at present prohibited
to the people of that province. The
propagation of the black or silver
fox is also being conducted with
great success on thc island.
Hampered i,v His Position.
Tho contention is made that tho
Duke of York, if his visit is to yield
tho greatest possibhi interest nnd
instruction, ought to see those things
that arc characteristic of the country. The difficulty is, that thoso
things are not, as a rule, to be found
in lhe cities and towns where tho
greatest efforts will be made to provide spectacles. A private individual, desirous of studying tho country, would not spend the greater
part of his time in Montreal, Toronto and Winnipeg. He would strike
off into tho woods and mining regions, into the new settlements of
Ontario and the west, and try to
form a notion of tho extent and resources of the country and the progress of their development. The
Duke may do this to a certain extent, but ho cannot avoid a certain
amount of ceremonial, which will
take up a large part of the time
that would otherwise bo devoted to
observation. Ho will come too Into
to see the western fields, yellow with
the harvest, which i-s one of the
sights of Canada. Still, we believe, ho will take back to England
a fair idea of the extent of this
part of the British Kiupiro and of
the contentment of its people.!—Toronto  Globe.
Wo-dpeoker Versue spnrrou-s.
Tho English sparrow has a mortal
enemy in the common red-1. uded
woodfiecker, who, though no giant
among birds, is as big as half a
dozen English sparrows and not
afraid of half a hundred. The woodpecker's beak i.s so hard and his
head and neck are so powerful lhat
in a single peel* he can kill a sparrow, and lhe English birds have become aware af his powers and aro
very much afraid of him. The appearance of a red-headed woodpecker
will set a whole lot of sparrows lo
flight, and the only time Ihey will
face him Is when ho makes an onset
on  their nests.
The eggs of tho sparrows are not
larger than peas and their young
abolil the size of a giubworm, and
a nestful of young sparrows is a
dainty picnic for a woodpecker which
he is careful not, to overlook. Tho
sparrows will light, but they cannot
drive him away.
A Bunch <>f Bachelor!.
Here is a statement made to    Tha
Ihiald by a  Went worth County man
a day or two ago:
"Within a radius of two miles from
my farm there live seventeen old
bachelors, each of whom is owner of
at hast one hundred ucres of land."
Tho speaker himself is an old bachelor, and is in very comfortable circumstances.
His remark is suggestive of several
things. It suggests one reason for tho
poor showing made by Ontario in
thc census returns. It suggests ono
reason why the birth rate in Ontario
is so low. it suggests the unpleasant
possibility that marriage is growing
less popular than it used to be.—
Hamilton  Herald.
(If Passing  Interest.
Oxford University has voted to
do away with tho Sunday afternoon
The railway companies of Great
Britain pay on an average £1,300 a
day  in compensation  for damage.
In sizo, not counting colonies, the
European powers stand in this order: Russia, Germany, Franco,
United Kingdom, Italy.
Several pairs of pigeons which a
scientist has observed in I'aris hnve
raised their young in nests mnde
ent indy of hairpins collected uu the
paths of tho Luxembourg.
Dislike  It Because lliey Do Not Get Their
Shure of Its Cuins.
The great weakness in the social
gain of the farming population is
that the women have not shared
proportionately in the improvement
of conditions. The conveniences of
city life are of especial value to the
women, who profit enormously in
their domestic work by the advancement in conditions, und suffer fewer
drawbacks than do the men. For
these the lack of means or exercise,
tlie enforced abstinence from the
whole round of pleasure
associated with the horso,
the deprivation of a number
of the must innocent forms uf
sport, are a fairly heavy price to
pay for the si reel car and the waterworks; but these are deprivations
little felt by women. <hi the farm
the improvements in labor-saving de-
vires have done littlo for the domestic side of life. The cooking range
11111} have replaced lhe stove, all occasional furnace may be seen, fllrni-
Luro may be more satisfactory, but
all these are small improvements
compared with the abolition of the
scythe and ihe pitchfork by the self-
binder, ihe mower, the horse rake,
the hayfork and a bust ui" such inventions. Tin- farmer daily handles
appliance after appliance of the
most delicate and cniciont nature to
lessen his toil: lhe farmer's wife
still finds her work as [aligning, as
exacting, almost confining as ever,
slill is obliged to carry water from
th-1 well, still iiutsi. iii must cases,
b.d.e I.i-i- bread—although the baker's
carl is sometimes seen un ihe side
lines—st-ll is miles awny from the
nearest shop. It is the women, not
lhe men, who ace the must dissatisfied wiib country life to-day. The
men ace awakening to a Sense of the
Independence ol their position, and
have learned that mercantile enterprise is nut a sure or an easy road
to wealth. The women are suffering
under primitive conditions of life,
iheir restlessness Increased by tbeir
growing knowledge of the comforts
placed in the possession uf tholi sis-
tecs in the city. Two things are
necessary for tho revolution to be
complete. One is for the fanners to
realize   thai   their   womenfolk      havo
dropped behind thein iu ihe amelioration of tho conditions of their life.
Another is that manufacturers
should realize that a new class of
well-to-do consumers is opened up,
and set. themselves to the study of
domestic life in tho country so as to
meet ils needs as sufficiently ns the
needs of tho male workers have boon
met. Some day this will bo done,
and then the revolution wull bo complete. Wero the domestic conditions
bolter, almost the last of the attractions of the village over country life
would disappear.—Frederick Hamilton.
Were the conditions of women's life
in the country, as described by Mr.
Hamilton, bettor, wo believe that
not only would the migration to tho
town bo stopped, but a distinct
movement back to the land would bo
seen. As was pointed out in an article quoted in Ihis column a week
or so ago, the worker is seeking relief for his over-strung nerves as never before, by getting away from the
turmoil of the city to the quiet and
beauty of the country. Willi electric railways spinning along the
main highways there is no reason
why a man whose occupation is in
town should nut combine with it tho
life of a fanner. Then  there     are
many wdio have retired from business altogether. With isolation removed by electric communication,
rural mail delivery, and rural telephone:-:, it seems to us ihat to set
up a country place would be much
preferable to living in cramped town
quarters. All this appeals to the
man. llii't he has only to suggest
buying a farm and taking up his re-
sidence there, to have his intended
action n I with tho strongest disapproval of his wife and his daughters. They, are unable to look on
tho change iu tho way ho dues. If
be is lo continue his business in tho
City, be will lind iho quiet of the
country restful after the rush and
noise of tho day. But ho is told it
will be different for those who have
to stand rural quiet, with only occasional relief. If he is to make
farming his only occupation, they
cannot  take tho  same  interest   that
[ lu- does in tiie operations of the
place. Their work is to be drudgery
compared with what it was in Hie
city. The      cry   of   "Back   to   tho
laud!" is not likely to become much
more than a cry till something is
done to make the women more anxious than they are at present to forsake town life—Woodstock Sentinel-
lie view.
A Canndlau   'Clearing."
Ono can never realize what, work
and difficulties had to In- faced by
the earliest pioneers in Canada until one has occular evidence of what
ll ne-.ins to make a "clearing." I saw
a specimen of work uf lhe kind In the
woods adjoining Killlccranko, on
Lake Joseph, yesterday, end I think
I shall always appreciate the real
hard labor involved much more thoroughly when I see trim, smooth
paths, edged with largo boulders,
running through the pretty open
woods, such as may be seen on several of the Islands here. The big boulders and rocks, lhe tangle of underbrush, the thick growth of small
birches and of other trees make such
nn undertaking seem well-nigh hopeless as one views a place of the kind
in advance. No wonder that many of
the boys and mon return to town
with muscles well developed and appetites UnUSUally keen when thoy
havo spent part of the Muskoka holiday in tills necessary work. Tho
Improvement effected in the end. however, is quite well worth the efforts
expended.—Lally Bernard, in The
Uull'iib, Herd Growing.
Mr. James A. Smart. Deputy Minister of the Interior, has returned
from a six weeks' trip in the West.
The buffalo at Banff, Mc. Smai>.
sa.es. are all doing well iii t heir S00-
acre compound, and now number 81
or .'!_. an increaso of 1" or I'd over
tla» original   herd.
Some SiiK„'<-xiliina Ahout the Plnmb-
Iiir nnd the Care Thnt Should Be
Exercised In the Avoldnnce Both of
Expense and IIlHengc.
Nowadays tho plumber and his bill
nre your true household specters. Like
other specters, careful common sense
will put them to rout and confusion
nine times in ten. Wise men have been
studying this subject ever so long to
devise plumbing that would take care
of itself, but they have not yet succeeded. Neither nre they likely to
without a revolution In mechanics
whereby the tendency of fluids always
to seek their own level may be eliminated nntl other things as wonderful
brought to pass, ho long as knowledge
remains nearly static so long will it
behoove every housemlstress to look
well to the usage of her pipes and hor
A bit of rag or even string, a burnt
match, a wisp of hair, seems a very little thing, one that the pipes can carry
off with no possible hurt, but the rag,
by hanging over the bond of the trap,
may servc^is a siphon to takeaway the
water seal, which Is all that stands between the household and unlimited
sewer gas. And tho rag may keep on
doing It for weeks and weeks until
deadly disease Is rampant.
A string snarled nnd twisted may
work the same ill. Tho match end, of
course, ought to float awny harmless,
but is very much likelier to be caught
In some eddy of the Hush water, jammed into a crevice and there to take to
Itself other solid particles until they
form a clot both offensive and dangerous.
As for hair, there Is no end to the
bartn It harbors. A wisp quickly forms
Itself Into a sort of strainer, catching
nnd holding nil that passes. Aside
from that. It has a trick of lodging in
the most Inconvenient places, catching
upon the least roughness Inside tho
pipe nnd staying there until hy accretion it has clogged the whole space.
Hair has special affinity for bits of
soap. Solid soap, by the way, should
never be sent dowu the pipes. Very
strong soapsuds oven is objectionable
unless you follow !t with a Hood of
clean wator. preferably hot water.
Coffee grounds and tea leaves either
clog a pipe very soon or else. If tho
Hush wnter prevents that, wear It
through quickly, partly by mechanical
action, partly by chemical. Neither
should ever bo permitted In a sink.
Even If you are wise enough to keep
out all grease, and thus make sure that
the grounds shall get safe away from
your own pipes, in the sewer they may
COUIO in contact With grease from pipes
less carefully kept antl cake and clog
your whole pipe g>Htoiu, making nooos-
snry costly and Inconvenient unclog-
Every kitchen ought to havo Us grease
can, emptied once a week in winter
and In summer every three dnys. All
sorts of refuse fat should go into it.
oven the scrapings from plates nnd
dishes. Creasy water, as from boiling
hams or corned beef, should be allowed
to cool thoroughly, then have the
prense carefully laken off before it goes
down the pipes. Stkillets and frying
[inns ought tn he (llled with very hot
suihi water and hi stand half an hour
belore washing. This gives time for
the soda to partly snponlfy the grease
and keep it from slicking to the pipe
or caking on tup of the trap.
In scouring faucets be careful to keep
the scouring gl'H out of tho joints.
Keen the finest particles cut away
screw threads turning many times a
day. After scouring also take care to
let the water run at least a minute before catching any I'm- use. In wash-
lug sandy vegetables, as spluach, turnips, potatoes, use a big pan nnd drain
off the dirty water, so the sand may be
caught. Even a spoonful or sand go-
lug down a pipe will cut and wear it
more than a hogshead of water.
Milky water is one of the hardest
things to manage. Even a small quantity daily fouls pipes unless the milky
water Is followed by a Hushing of soda
water moderately strong, with a time-
water Hush about every three dnys.
The liniewater is made more effective
by adding salt to It Sea salt Is best.
l'ut a lump as big as the fist In an
earthen or wooden vessel along with
twice the bulk of quicklime and cover
with four gallons of hot water. Stir
well an 1 let settle. Tour the clear
liquid down the pipes nnd follow It In
half an hour with a flush of clear water boiling hot Thus every kind of a
sink may be kept sweet and fresh.
CnnnHcl Thnt  All  Yonng Men Entering BumIiichm  Should  Heed.
"My sou," said the fond but wise
parent, "you are leaving me to go out
Into thc world. I have nothing to give
you but advice. Never toll a lie. If you
wish to put one in circulation, get it
published. A lie cannot live, but it
takes ono a blamed long time to fade
out of print
"Always rond your contract. A man
might consider bo was getting a sinecure if he were offered a position picking blossoms oil a century plant; but,
you see, he wouldn't have a remunerative occupation If he were paid on
"lie not Overcrltlcol. Even thc most
ordinary sort of a genius can tell when
the other fellow is making a fool of
"Remember that thc young man, like
tlio angler's worm, is rather better for
being visibly alive.
"Be careful in tlio choice of your surroundings. Environment will do a groat
deal for a man. For example, flour and
Wator in a china jug is cream sauce; In
a pall on the sidewalk it Is billstlcker's
"Don't forgot that there's a time for
everything and that everything should
be done In Its proper time. Never hunt
for bargains in umbrellas on a rainy
"You may make enemies. If you
know who they are, don't mention
them. Silence is golden. It saves the
money that might otherwise be spent
in defending a libel suit. If you don't
know wdio they nre—well, abuse lavished on a concealed enemy is like charity Indiscriminately bestowed. It's a
good thing wasted."-
Tho most satisfying things in lifo are
love and sympathy. But those, like
fame, must come spontaneously nnd indirectly if thoy come nt nil nnd not be
sought ns a specific end or direct aim in
nope is thc mainspring that makes a
man's wheels go round.—Chicago New*.
Dlnited Unpen.
"Mabel," ho snid, "you've nlwnys boon
as n sister to mo, hnvon't you?"
The long expected moment had nt Inst
arrived, nnd she gazed coyly ut the lloor.
"I've tried to. George," she wdiisperod.
"And if I wore to say something to you
I thnt should only bo suid b.v persons who
nro intimately acquainted, nud who thoroughly understand ench ether, you would
lint  take offense?"
She  thought   it   rather  queer  that  he,
j should   view   n   simple   proposal   in   this
light, hut she tremblingly assured liim sho
would net.
"Then, Mabel," ho continued, lowering
his voice to n quaver, "I apologize for my
1 boldness iu saying it, but while I leaned
I aver to turn the page of your music I
! busted off two o" my suspender buttons.
j Will you sew their, on?"
And trembling inwardly, but regaining
her outward composure with nn effort,
the bravo girl went into the other room
nnd brought forth tho uocessnry Implements.— India na im lis News.
When  I.fro*. Were Cheap.
In the prison uf Luxembourg one of
I-'otiquier Tinvllle's agents could only
make up IT convicts out of tlie list of
IS which had been given him. "I want
one more." he said. lie asked the lirst
inspect who passed by his name and on
hearing It said. "Yes, it is you." Ho
hail him carried off, and the next day
he was guillotined.
un another occasion a warder called
out the name of nn aged prisoner. A
lad wdio was playing ball in tho gallery
mistook the name for his own and asked if ho was wanted. 'Yes," was tho
answer, "come along." nnd the next
day tho boy was guillotined instead of
tlio man.
At Bordeaux n boy of 10 named Mel-
let wns guillotined Instead of au old
mau of St) named Bellny. On objecting, he was told that he was SO years
■ild in wickedness.
The severe and ever-increasing strain of competitive examinations, coming at a time when every boy and girl is undergoing trying physiological changes, does much toward making mental and physical wrecks of school children. A glance
at the pale, weak and pun/ children which come from our public and high schools will make any thoughtful person consider
seriously the advisability of sacrificing health and vigor for the
trivial honor of standing high at examination time.
Hosts of boys and girls, young men and young women
s.re suffering from ills and irregularities resulting from exhausted nerve force. There is no treatment known to science
that will so naturally and thoroughly restore strength and vitality to the nervous system and health to the whole body as Dr.
Chase's Nerve Food. It makes parents happy by bringing
back the color to the faces and the buoyancy and elasticity to
the bodies of their pale, puny children.
Fifty  cents a box,  li boxes for
Bates i*. Co., Toronto.
all dealers, or Ednaanson,
X Plucky Young Lady Takes on
Herself to Cure tier father
of the Liquor Habit.
A portion of her letter reads as
,'ollows:—"lly father had often promised mother to stop drinking, and
would do so for a time, but then returned to it stronger than ever. Ono
day, after a terrible spree, ho said
to us: 'It's no use. I can't stop
drinking.' Our hearts seemed to
turn to stone, and we decided to try
tho Tasteless Samaria Prescription,
which wo had read about In tho papers. Wo gave hm tho remedy, entirely •without his knowledge, in Lis
tea, codec, or food regularly, according to directions, anil ho never knew
ho was taking it. Oue package removed all his desire for liquor, and
he says it is now distasteful to him.
His health ami appetite aro also won
His health and appetite aro also
wonderfully improved, and no one
would know hint for the same man.
It is now fifteen months since wo
gave it to him and wo feel sui'o that
tho change is for good. Plearo send
me one of your little books, as I
want to give it to ft friend."
of Tasteless Samaria Prescription
gladly Sent Free with full particulars in plain sealed envelope. AU
Inters considered sacredly confidential. Address Tho Samaria Remedy
Co., _0 Jordan street, Toronto, Ont.
Woman's Curistiau Temperance Unloi
Letter from Mrs. Georg; Grant, of
Paisley, Out., giving pai titulars of
a cure effected by "Samaria Prescrip-
11' n," resulting in its use aud adoption by tho Paisley Woman's Christian Temperance   Union.
Paisley, Out.. December lltli, 1000.
Tho Samaria Remedy Co.,
30 Jordan Street, Toronto, Out.
Dear Sirs.—I penned a few lines to
you some time ago,—as a member ol'
the temperance cause, 1 wrote for
informiuion; at that time I had in
my mind friends whoso sou was a
great cause of anxiety and trouble on
Account of r.Is d.'mil,eii habits. .1
strongly urg 1 the friends to try the
remedy I saw advertised in the Toronto Globe. The,, did so. Il was
tho Samaria Remedy that was od-
■ainistercd ami I am pleased to inform the company the medicine, wm
helpful; the y. ting man has no'
drank a drop since, breaking oil from
old companions; and special prayers
on his behalf, all aided in breaking
the chains.
At the his. meeting of the W. C.
T. U. here, 1 introduced your medi-
Jine for the cure of the liquor habit,
i.nd a resolution was passed. "That
inasmuch as it is the aim of this organization lo help the poor inebriate
we should recommend this rawedy, in
homes where persons are at'dieted to
tho uso of intoxicating Jlquors."
Now, sirs, wishing you a succesi fill
r-arcir in your noble work, and feeling that assistance can be given in
the precincts of home b.v tlio hand o!
mother or wife, trusting God maj
-pen up useful avenues for your labors,     Yours very respectfully,
(Signed i       MRS. GEORGE GRANT,
Ou behalf of Paisley W. C. T. U.
FREE SAMPLE _#3ap_3&_£
at ion, testimonials anil prico sent In plaii
sealed envelope. Km-loHo 80 stamp. Adaresi
XHl_ samakia REMEDY QQ_ 8ffJor_h>n St.
X      V." '.,   I.'J     I 1 .(■(!," '
Many a woman studies her glass to
the neglect of her heart.
I was cured of Rheumatic Gout by
I wus cured of acute Bronchitis by
I   was  cured  of  acute Rheumatism
Mnrkham, Ont.
AH    women     nre    born  equal,  but
some spoil  it by getting married.
MM'i Luirai cares Quiet to Coil
When some people are unnble to do
a thing  they boast of it.
.1 ck.tK with Low Collars.
The English fashion of breakfast
inckets with low sailor collars is be-
in^ taken o;i hy many beauty seekers, ii is 0 sensible mid becoming
and 1 he bi -i possible wny ti
ac (i.ire i'. 1 n 11.0 in ck and throat
*ny number of society girls arc n i k-
iii',- n    ! met ice of having nil      theii
     v. o us 1 ructed    without
pol'urs, antl as si consequence tlo
i:io !■ ivement in i ho color of tlo
■■iiiii Is much hastened.
rrimit". '11*,.* iii  -,i:ii,i.
In many parts of Spain thr
"stove" in general use is made from
00 empty petroleum oil cnn, by cutting ;. hole near the bottom on one
of tlie sides to make a draft, the can
being lined with gypsum to tin
pleasure of the constructor, givine
thi' fire space accordingly. Tin
stove thus mnde, primitive ns ii i*
in iis appearance, is effective in purpose and cost i I h luivalent oi but
a few cents in our monev.
Jn.nncse   Peasitiitn    Who   Arc   Kept
Trnck of l»„   l.nhclN.
When   the  Japanese   peasants   get
themselves up for a pilgrimage to a
city for the purpose of hying In a stock
of finery, they present the quaintest appearance Imaginable. The women generally tuck up their petticoats well
above their knees, either leaving the
legs bare or else swathing them In
white bandages which form a kind of
leggings. Their hair is done lu the usual elaborate Japanese style, and generally an artificial flower Is stuck hi at
the top. It does look comic to see the
wizened face of nu old woman with a
large red nose hobnobbing over it. And
this (local decoration is not confined to
the women. When you meet a party of
pilgrims, you often see tbe old men also
with a flower stuck coquettlshly above
the ear.
At Nagano It appears that many o£
the poor old dears from the country get
so bewildered by the magnificence of
the places tbey go to and the distractions of shopping that they quite lose
their heads and consequently their
way. So the ever thoughtful Japanese
police have insisted that every party of
pilgrims Is to have a distinguishing
badge. At Nagano It was the commonest thing possible to see some ancient
dame rushing about wailing: "Where is
my party? Where Is the purple iris
party?" or "Where Is the yellow towel
round the neck party?" And then she
would be told that "yellow towel round
the neck party" was on Its wny to the
station or that the "purple Irises" were
still saying their prayers in the temple.
Only those who have had experience
oan tell the tirturn corns , ausu. Pain
with your boots on, pnin with t. em oil—
pain nignt and cliiyj but relief Is sure to
those wtiti use llolluwiiy's Cora cure.
If a girl has tooth like pearls, she's
nevor as dumb as an oyster.
Nothing aggravates a girl so much
ns her inability to make a man angry •
If some men would work tnoro and
hope 'ess they would get along better.
Bettor  do   a   few   tilings   well   thnn
attempt to do many.
UNEQUALLED. — Mr. Thomas Brunt,
Tyendlnuga, Ont., writes: ''I huvo to Hank
you for reci mmendirg Dr. Thomns' Eelee-
trioOil for bleeding piles. I wus troubled
wiih them for nearly fifteen years, nnd tried
almost everything I could henr or think of,
Sonic ol (ham would give nie temporary relief, but none would effect a cure. I hnve
now been free from tlie distressing compliant for nearly eighteen months. I hopo
you will continue to recommend it."
Any fool can follow a crowd, but
it takos morn to stand alone and follow  the dictates of one's conscience.
A candy dealer of national repute
says: "The American women eat mor
more candy than any femlnines on the
face  of the earth."
In the eighteenth century silken cocoons sold in London market, for
one shilling a  pound.
These two desirable qualifications, plens-
nnt to the taste nnd ut the smne time ctl'ect-
unl.nre to he found in Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator,   Children like it.
It is stated that 30,832 persons
perished ut llie hands of homicides
in the United States during the five
yenrs ending with l'JOO. The figures
of punishment for the crime nre
not made up, but an' known to be
sturtlingly small.
Now South Wales hns 15,000 miles
of wire netting us fence protection
against  rabbits.
Minard's Liniment Cures Diphtheria.
Women think no more of stealing
hatpins than mon think of stealing
Tn Russia it is the custom of duelists to breakfast together before going out to fight.
$100 Reward, $100
The read"rg of this paper wid be pleaded t.
learn that thern ie at ltHHt mi* ilvu'lod riNria.
that Sot ti'i* )]_*) !fl ii atile to cure In all It*
■ OHO'i, and that in Catarrh, Hall's Out—rrh
Cure lithe only pel five cure known to t_«
medical fraternity, Catarrh btlrf a oonititu-
tlotia rJt_'BBi\ requires a enimltutloniu trea'-
merit. Hnll'a Catarrh Cure la taken internally
acting dlreotly upon the blood end mucoua _ur.
faces of tne sysiein, thereby destroying the
foundation "f the o -o, ...mnt giving the patient
stret'g'h by bu Iding up the constitution and
assisting n.ilure in U";nff Its work. Thf proprietors have so it'U.ti fatlh in isa curative
powor». that ihev offer Ons hundred dollars for
any oa^e lhat tt tails to oure. Send for list of
Ad'liow    F. ,1. CHUNK- & CO., Tol do, (
Sold  y I'rngglvK, "Be.
Hall's Famil,  I'd!- are the best.
There are now 1,142 different _u_-
niarino cables, with a tidal length
of 10,850 miles, owned by governments, und 818 cubles, altogether
monts, nnd ::ts cables, altogether
140,000 miles long, iu the hands of
A Joy and Treasure When Gootl Nature- and Healthy.
All children in every home in the
country need at some time or other
a medicine such as Baby's Own Tablets, and this famous remedy has
cured many a serious illness and
saved many a little life. Mothers
insist upon having it because it contains no opiate or harmful drugs. It
is purely vegetable, sweot ami pleasant to take and prompt in its effect.
For simple fevers, colic constipation, disordered stomach, diarrhoea,
irritation accompanying the cutting
of teeth and indigestion, Faby's Own
Tablets are a certain cure. In fact
in almost any disorder common to
children these tablets should be given
at once and relief may be promptly
loolo-d for.
Never give the babies so-called
soothing medicines which simply put
them into an unnatural sleep. These
tablets are small, sweet, pleasant to
take and prompt in acting. Dissolved in water, they will be taken readily by the smallest infant.
Mrs. John McIDwan, Uathurst Village, N. B., writes : "My baby was
almost constantly troubled with colic.
before 1 gave him Baby's Own Tablets, but sinco giving them to him he
hits not since suffered. Every mother
should keep these Tablets always at
They cost 25 cents a box. You
can find them at your druggist's or,
if you do not, forward the money
direct to us and we will send the
tablets prepaid. The Dr. Williams'
Medicine Co., Dept. T., Brockville,
Why She Wm Mail.
One morning In kindergarten a wee
mite of womanhood laid been trying to
attract the teacher by every resource
of which she was capable without directly saying she bail something to tell,
finally the young girl went over and
sat beside her, whereupon little Rachel
Bounced her skirts, puckered up her
forehead and, clinching her hand, e_-
dalmed, "Oh, dear, but I'm mad!"
The teacher was surprised, for Rachel bad seemed to be laboring under
a delightful secret. "And why is little
Miss Sunshine angry?" asked the Instructor.
"Well, everybody was mad at our
house this morning. Mamma scolded
Sister .lane, and auntie scolded mamma, and papa said. 'Oh, darn!' and left
ihe table, so 1 guess I can be cross too!
Mrs. Andrew Carnegie Is a very
plain, practical woman, who buys
carefully. Thus, while her gowns
are fashionable, she wastes no part
of her money on Paris dressmakers.
Stations Ann Davs.
l.euve I
Ouing ;
__we from   Canadian!
Northern depot—       )
iVinuipeir oi Morris.Em
erson.St. P-uleto,.'.".! 13.43
l*t Paul    to    Kiiiers- ;n
Morris, Wi.miii- ,r dlyl
IVI i-.iir.ei_  10  Roland
Miami, Bol:out.llart-(
ii"y _ bnuidon, Mou.,i
Weaand 1-ri.    -   .  - 10.45
Brandon, Hiirtn-iy, 13c1-
nioiit, Miami,._, land,!
t.o Winnipeg,   Tucs.,!
Thars ana Sat.   - -  1
fVlnnl eg to Porteeolal
1'.  (inc.   Intermediate!
s ntlous, daily e_ _uu.j
Port ?e la P. nnd inter-
luodiute   ntniiJns   t--.
Winnipcgdty ex Su-   18._»
Winnipeg to 9tatious onl
It'i.ivoi-.'uiiill.-lta nru.i
Ches, Tiio-i. and Thurs
Denver and Delta br"ch
ptntioiu. to Winnipeg
Tue_ ami Thurs. 11.55
'■V'Tiiilpciilo Poitmreln
1'., Cilndstonc.    -   -   - ltt.1l)
Dauphin,   etc..   Mon.
Wed. and Fri.
Dauphin. Olndstone, P."
In Prairie, u iii_ip<_
'■ um.,  _hura. _   Km.  13 UO
Winnipeg to W'p'gosi
Tues. and Thurs.   -    -    3.45
Winnipegost;  to   Wye;
lion, mm i'ri     0.4J
Winnipeg     to   Grant
Vien-, Mon. and  Fri
_rn_d View to   Wi _
Tuen. and Snt     8.1!
Cnui'l.o)  to   W'p'gosis
cud return, Sat     0.45
Dauphin to Swan Kiver
„ Kbvood, Wed	
Ehvond to fa .v.i" .Hlver
<fc Dauphtu.Fn	
Leave from 0, P. depot
Winnipeg to Warroad
Beaudette and Intermediate fitations.Mon,1.
Wed., and Pru  ]
Beaudette, Warroad,etc.I
to Winnipeg    Tucs..I
Thnra. and .Sat.        .J
Geo. SuDb.
j    7.1.-
Hi. 4",
CliO. tt SHAW
-i.s.  Maria, Owen Bound, Tironto LV Al,
nnd East- Via Lakes,  .'ion., ihura
and sat  * 21-50
Tues , Pri. andblin  '   '
.Monln.!!1, Tnrmito. New York nml
enot,v!_ ill rail, dully 21,oe. 0.3
Knt     Poreico    and    intermediate
11 >inl-J, Mon., ">:!...Fi! -...  7.0
Tue*.,'i tun's. *~ .sat    .
Hat-    Pur'i'.fro    nnd     lutermofltntQ
;, lints, in. J.,Tk  !•■ an t Sat-  U. 0   ,
Mo_. Wed. ami Fr!  12-SO
_)..)...oii, Lno Du Bonnet mid inter
mediatePolnl_Thurs onlv   7.11S.1S
Portage laProh le, Brandon, Calgary
Ncl.-rocnndid.i lioctenryund Ooaa:
points, d.dlr | 7.15'-l-3i
Portngo la i'i ilrle, Brandon, nnd in-i
ioi niodlata n n:it--., doily ex Sun.... 18.10 12.15
Portngela Pen rio. Hraiidon, Si io e-j
jaw and IntermedlAto point-: daily
oxSlliidaj      8."   1010
Til id*tone.Voepnwa, Mlmietlnsa mid
int.enncillalopol its, ...ily ex Sun.   8.30
_h nl Lftko, Yorhton nnd Jntermedi-
,-to points, Hon., Wed. nnd Fri....   8..1.1
Tuej. Thun., and Saturday         10.10
thi 'Id   City,     lPi.ulcta,    Minot.i.
T'-es.. Thurs. andSal    fo_
.Vol!., Weil. a-dFil  '    :
Mordon, Deloi'idno and Intermedia e
points lolly ex bun 7.4010..
Xiniithn, Alnuiodn nnd Intermediate
points,Mon., Wed., Thins. „ Sat   7.40
Mor , Tucs., Thurs. nnd pel	
Gli olMi-o, Bourls, nud hite,-meltlate
],olnls,dnili-o_ Sun    7.101-
Nn'ihika.Mclita. Alameda and inter
mediatepolnts,  Mon , Wed, Pri.  7.30
rues.. Thurs. and: at	
Pipestone, Reston,Areola and inter
mediate points,   Mon. \»cd., Prl. l.„
Tucs.. Thurs. nud Sat  '
FrohyoHIra, Birah. Blonfalt, Ksto-
van, Sat  l.~
yon         i •"
Gretna,St Paul, Chicago dally H-10 13. f
Stonewall, Tuolon..Tucs. Thnrs.Snl 122' 13.31
tt'csl Selkirk Mon, Wed, Pri 18 30
WostSelkirk Tues. Thurs.Sat loo
lvnor-on Mon, Wed er\ Prl   7.50 17.it
Gen. sunt.
0.n. Pas*. Agent.
lie Handled It P.nthci' f--.-i-:   .-.sly end
i ttni" ,1 a Commotion.
When a man waters his own lawn, he
does it from choice and enjoys the work
as a pastime. Tin- one Ion- referred to
was having a particularly good time tok-
ing aim nt the dandelion tops, training
the stream ou them aud knocking them
Ilis wife eame hy wny of the side of
the house to visit with him and cheer
him on in the g id work. Just as she
made the turn hy the steps the hose
hurst through a spot that had heen weakened hy dragging over the ground, and
the gue-hiug water lirst blinded her for
the time, while it proceeded to take the
curl out of her crimps.
It is unnecessary to piove that she let
out a terrific scream or that her husband
turned suddenly to see what had happened. In doing so lit whirled the nozzle
with bis body, and this time the water
went all over her with impartiality
There were two screams in rapid succession. The ctiniiuihlli'fl worser half
threw the stream above her head, and it
went merrily through tho wide open window of the next door neighbor.
That window went dowu wilh a slam
tbat sounded like tbe explosion of a
giant firecracker and shook the block.
As a perverse fate would bave it. the best
fellow of tbe neighbor's daughter wns
calling just at this time. It is unfortunate tbat be is excitable and nervous.
Even a stoical philosopher will make
seine sign when banged unexpectedly in
tbe ear with a stream of oold water moving at the rate of tiO miles nn hour. He
jumped to within a few Inches of the
ceiling, gave a very fine imitation of a
warwlioop, and then tried to jam tbat
window through the foundation.
It has been told just -10 times how the
accident occurred, how unintentional it
was, and how sorry the perpetrator of
tbe cold douse is, but the girl's eyes
twinkle with suppressed mirth whenever
they meet, and as long as this is the case
he is figuring to get good and even wilh
the man that practiced on him as though
his head was a dandelion top.—Detroit
Free Press,
THE RR_f PILLS.-Mr. Wm. Vamler-
roort, Sydney Crossing, Ont.. write-: "We
have been using Parmelee's Pills, and find
them b.v far the best pills we ever used."
Foil Deck ate and Debilitated Conbthu-
tions these pills act like a ehurm. Tuken in
Biniill doses, the effect is both a tonic nnd a
stimulant, mildly exciting the secretions of
the body, gl  _g ;one and vigor.
Wait Till ne Sees Yon.
A Zulu chief, when you enter his hor-
el, remains silent for some moments
nil- seems quite unconscious of your
presence. At length he snys In a tone
of grave dignity, "tlo saku bona" (1
see you), to which you reply In the
same wny. The longer be takes to "see
you" the greater man you are supposed
to be, and until you are thus "seen"
you must keep silent and appear as
much as possible not to be there at all.
In the niimenm.
"The legless man Is nlways putting
bis foot In It," observed tbe living skeleton to the snake charmer.
"What hns he done now?"
"Last night we were having n friendly little game, and he asked tbe armless
wouder   to  take  a   baud."
New   lil.-r....
Wlmbletnn-LIello. old man! Have
you taught your dog any new tricks
CJuimbletoti—Ves; I've been teaching
him to ent out of my band, tie ate a
big piece out of It yesterday.—Harvard
A Gnle Covered Wilh Shoea.
The principal gateway at Allahabad
Is thickly studded with horseshoes ol
every size and make. There nro hundreds of tbem nailed all over the great
gates, doubtless tbe offerlug of many
a wayfarer who lias long since finished
his earthly pilgrimage. The sacred
gates of Somnath, in the fort of Agra,
are similarly adorned.
FkVKR  AND   AotTE   AND    llll.lOTJS    DeRANOB-
ukntb are pos lively cured by the uso of
Parmelee's i ills. They not only cleanse the
stomneh nnd bowels from all bilious matter,
but they open the excretory vessels, causing
them to pour copious effusions from the
blood into the bowels, after which the corrupted mass is thrown out by the natural
passage of the body. They are used ns u
general family mudieine with the best
ilo-iv Colorniln Desert Wns Formed.
Everybody knows, without looking nt
the map, hew Lower California runs
south from the I'coilio const like a sort
of toll, separated from the United
States—for it Is n part of Mexico, as
Koine people are not avcure by a long
lll'ITI of the sen cilled the cult' "f Call
I'nrnhi. Onco upon u time the gulf ex
tended in a northwnrd direction lint'
miles beyond lis present Inland limit,
into this northerly extension tho grenl
Colorado river emptied millions of tons
of detritus annually until the deposit
accumulated In quantity sufllcleiil to
shut off the upper part of the cull.
which was thus transformed into n
!"i, '. To begin Willi, of course It was a
■■-.•lit lake, but it gradually became fresh
through ihe in"u.\ of water from the
Colorado. Thereupon fresh wnter
fishes, mollusks und other creatures not
of the brine were developed ill it. ain!
::i this way It happens thnt the dr;.
bottom today Is covered with their fossil remains.
Its   Shocking
To I leten to the din and would-be music emitted from a piaao that is badly out of tune or
possibly never was musical. There is no -us-**.
having your nerves wru:.ght upon when we wili
■"11 you a *magnilitxnt upright WILL] \.',Ls
PIANO, sweet toned ad tbe note of a ni^hr-
ingalo and soothing to tiiomu^tfcc-nsitiv. bervoi
—at bedrock prices.
Y. M. 0. A. Bldg,      Portage Ave., Winn
'•'        ^rttrj-jai r_LlT j
/yfaifi urn/ ■tfloTiA' tfbiu/rMity cms
An Ever-Widening Circle
lien will wrangle for religion,write
for it. fl'ght for, die for it,, anything
but live for it.
Dni;  Mod.  Not  Ilnlen.
"There used to lie n famous charac
ter In our part of the world named
Prank O'Connor," snhl a Cincinnati
man, "and the stories of bis doings ami
sayings still form a large part ol' tl.e
staple anecdotes of the country which
he used to permeate.
"Oue of his stock expressions has
passed from local to national use. li
any one did a particularly clever Ihlnp
or said anything that especially struck
him, O'Connor would say, 'That shows
almost human Intelligence,' nud now
when far uud near I hear that expres
sion used It conjures up memories of
uiy genial old friend.
"Up in Ontario at one time Ml fortuue
compelled O'Connor to nccept n ,iob ou
a farm, where a friend one day found
lilm, the sweat pouring off his brow
and a spade In his band. 'Ilello
Frank!' be unkindly called. 'Are yon
doing very well digging out postholesV
'I'm not,' was the tart response oi
O'Connor, who wns nothing If not lit
eral. 'I'm digging out mud and leavim
the holes.' "
High heols, it is snid. owe llieir
origin to Persia, where they were
Introduced to raise the foot irom the
burning sands  of  thut  country.
vs  1854.
*-£  Ng
Some people, when Ihey work.don'
do un.\ thing.
The house now known as
Ryrie Bros, is one of the
oldest and best established
jewelry houses in Canada.
1     ?     .
Although established in
1S54 it lias only been under
its present management for
one-quarter of a century.
?     9     -J
We have striven to conduct it upon such lines that
"if it is from Ryrie Bros,
you know it is good " has
come to be an accepted
.     .    •}
If you have any need in
the jewelry line, however
small, write us a letter, and
try our Mail Order Department—it is positively good.
Cor. > i.n(]f- nml]    t -
A_-f..Uli- Streets,    I O f O fl t O .
It is said that the American   coa3
syndicate   has   misled    English   coal
from ilu- Swiss market.
The great lung healer is found in that ei-
oellent medicine sold aa lJiekleH* Anti-Consumptive Syrup. It toothos and diiiiininheB
the sensibility of the membrane of ihe
throat and mr pauba_.es, and is a sovereign
remedy fur  all cough:*, colds, hour.ejions,
Fnin or goreneac in ihe cnest, bronchitis, eto.
t has cured many when supposed to bo far
advanced in corn, u nip tion.
The ii.iir 1  who makes alarm clinks
ought  to <!o  a   rousing business.
It's an easy matter for a married
man to get next to thc latest word
fe.  use.
Time is money, they say, and yet
many a man spends ins time in saving money.
Idleness    is   the  refuge    of    weak
minds ami  lhc holiday of fools.
Women     know    how     to    inflict
wound while paying a compliment.
If a mnn fails to open the door
when fortune knocks she doesn t
break the door down with a battering ram.
Minard's Liniment Cures Distemper.
What   the miser  has  is  of no niorc
use to him than what lie has not.
Tf you   would  bo happy you  must
live to lenrn a  day at a time.
Residents in England have U 10,-
000,000 Invested in mortgages in
foreign countries. These investments
annually drain tho foreign countries
of about  Co,.'-.00,000 in cold cash.
\ salad  is like a woman.    A great
deal  depends upon  thc dressing.
It frequently cornea to pass tha1. by
helping our friends they become our
enemies, and by helping our enemies
they become our friends.
\ualysis of a pkund of chimney
soot has showed that, it contained
iron, calcium, nickel, manganese,
copper and silver.
Minaret's Liniment Cnres Colds, Ete.
Greal Britain has 1,000 steamers
of over .'t.iHUi i ons : Germany 1117 ;
the United States 1_0, ami Franco
only 80.
Tho world's record snp;i\r plantation contains I'd.000 acres, hns .'10
mill's of railway nnd employs 1.500
Only  ono man    in      208   is  over  0
feel   in height.
W. N. U. No. 342. THE PKOSPEQTG-i, LILLOOET, B. C, SUTUXDAY, UCTOB'Jf::; , !_* 1901.
'$      LOCAL    NEWS.      ¥*
•4"v- $0& v ^'w*> 4-'^'4?*4-;^'?'
Post-office Inspector Dorman visited  Lillooet this week.
\V. E. Brett rctiini-d Irom Vancouver on
J. I. Stirling of London, England, nml
II, I.. Stirling, -miner's L.nding, it. C,, reiurned this week from their hunting trip, on
which good sport was  obtained.
Otto Marslrnnd, of the Vancouver Brew
ing Co., wus in lown lliii week.
Uco, Tinker is spending a few dnys in the
W. Cameron Forbes, of Huston, Mans.,
arrived in town this week, and has gone on n
hunting trip wilh \V. Manson.
When men conic nearly four thousand
miles to hunt here, there must be something to come for.
_at. Gilfoil is in town this week.
A.   A. Brett   came down  hum   McGillivray Creek li-.st Saturday.
mean's Station] J no. wawn
K. Yorston drove a special in from Ash*
croit liii.-. week,
.      oliUulldM/l.
Mr. C. Phair  returned from  Cadwallader
latl   Saturday,
F. II. Nelson, Prop.
Boat* ior use of srti.ata,
Repairs  neatly   executed,   flatness   mnde
nnd repaired.
Little ten-year-old Hairy, while reading
a chapttr of Genesis, paused antl asked liis
mother if people in those days used to do
sums on iheground. He hud been rending
thc passage-.{which says; "And the sons nl
men multiplied up.m tlie face of lhe earth.
Owen Williams returned on Monday from
the Juhilce Hospital, Victoria, where he
had   bib hand successfully operated on.
Mrs, T. S. Brett returned to Bridge River on Tuesday.
lining Property fer safe.
In British Columbia.
Our Specialliew
Harry Thompson  came in on   Tuesday's
A large number of Lillooetonians witnessed the Clinton rrtces which are reported to
have heen gootl. R. Atkins entered in the
slow-race on a horse which rejoiced in the
euphonious name, 'Let her pound,' but
she doesn't seem to have pounded fast e-
Clarke & Co., Lillooet, have a com.
plete stock of Drugs, Medicines and sundries. Letter orders promptly attended
to. Juet tell them what you wi.nt or
what the tiouble ia, enclosing money and
tbey will do the rest.
W,  C.   Freeman,   commercial   man, Victoria, was in.town this week.
I"). Coiifitan and \V.   Collum oame  dowi
from Bridge River this week.
Alex. Woods, J. Mclvenxie and J. Har-
wood, who have been working for some
time at the North Fork, came down this
Mrs. W, Cumming is visiting at Pavilion Mill. Robert Cumming hid the mis^
fortune to lose  two valuable  horses   lately.
Arthur Noel returned from   tlie  coast   on
John Williams left this week for Horsefly,   where he will spend the winter,
Mr, S. Ctbbs has purchased from J. M.
McKinnon the two lots at the extreme
east end uf the the  town.
Clarke & Co., at the Pioneer Drug Store,
have the best stock of Fishing Tackle ever
brought into Lillooet. Lovers of tlie gentle
art wiil lind the best of everything, and can
obtain full information as to local conditions   and   requirements.
Tenders nre Invited for th**; whole of thc
property> including Crown Oratited claims,
mill ilte, Cyanide mill, (capacity 45 to 60 ions
daily), tramway, assay office, laboratory and
■fullequiprooiit, of ihe Toronto Lillooet Gold
-leefi Company Limited, Bitnate In the LUlcoct
district of British Columbia; Including the
Ample, Whale, Moxnrcb and Well and Vale
mines which are Cvowu granted, nl*o th**
North Star, Golden stripe, Golden ESag-e. Knl.y
ahd jumbo mineral elaim, In tiie same diet
riet, toge'Ver with a ten stamp mill, aiachitte
drills an ft other equlpmeuts. Cash tenders for
the wholo property »re requested but
off-rs are working options or for portion*
of tbe property will be considered Fnun the
former group 980 tonsofore has tir-en milled,
with on assay value approximating $10.00 to
111.00 Wagon rond from Railroad to mill. Thc JT* <_ „_ _ -I " ^ „—
whole of tlie ub:.ve will bear looking into and I ^k O 0 S 0 _ C2 81
Investigation and are mi ex. ftp t tonally Important nnd voluable group of claims with full
working equipment. Full particulars mav be
had on application to F.-IffRr liloouiflelu
Liquidator, P. t". Box 7411, Vancouver It O.
Inland Cigar Manufacturing Co.
Fircsids Cobblers' Outfits
will    fill tlia   _111 If j-on want
— oampleta   and   up.to.d_l_    .,i.
It conlaios  Lastc, Cement,  Awls,
Nails,   Knife, etc., etc..
*   *   *
We also carry a lar^e stock of Half Soles,
Heels, Brass and  Iron  Shoe  Rivets   etc.
Correspondence Invited,   Mall orders
receive   prompt attention.
McLennan, McFeely oc Co. Lt3.
122 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
W. J. Abercrombie 1ms been making im-
provemcnls on his house, Ii. C. Parker
being the carpenter in rliattje.
Mrs. McKivor left on  Tuesday for Cadwallader, where she will spend   a few days.
The following call for professional ser
vices was made recently: "Dear doctor,
my wife's mother is at death's door. I
wish ynu would come and try t> pull her
(di an ttveriiue ii 0.000 Iiiah, 16 ,000
Suoitih nnd 400. 000 foreigners riicide
in Knglaml ai d Wale.
There arc 28 pounds o! blood in the
average grown up person, and nt each
pulsation tbe heart moves 10 pounds.
A period of five seconds between a
Hash of lightning and Ihnnder meant
tbat the flash' is a mile distant fruui tin
observer. rhunber 1ms never been
bear.I over 12 miles from the Haul'.
ibougli artillery lias b.u'ii Uo-vd i20
We want your orders
for Letterheads, Envelopes, Billheads, etc.
The Prospector,
Lillooet, 13. C.
To Delinquent
To ALEXANDER MeDONALD, or lo nny person or person**** tu Whom he nisy have trantt-
forred liis interwfi iu the Centennial ami
I3an8h*»a minora] claims situate on _fcGillivray
Crei'k, in tl'f» Ullooiit Mining Divialo i of Lil-
looet district.
Yo*.i arc hereby noticed thatThave expended ihi! sura of JM lor Irthourand .tnproremoiits
upon the abovo mentioned mineral claims, in
order lo hold aaid Mineral claims under the
provisions of thc Mineral Act, and if within
ninety days .rom this noti**.c you fail or refut-.
to contribute your portion of such expenditure
together with ellcost of advertising, yonr Interests in said claims will become lhc proper*,
of ihe subscriber, under S-ftiim i of un r.ci
entitled tb. Mineral Aet Amendment Aet, Won.
Dated at Lillooet this _U»t day of Septembor,
Daily service to and (rnin
and nil points East and WeBt.
Fast steamer servioe irom Vancouver to
. ftBfenfrera booked to and Irom Old
Country points.
Full information and illustrated
pamphlets will be fnruisbed on application to an y   C.P. R. agent, or to
A. O. r .A.,
Vancouver, B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead ami Copper Mines wanted at tlie EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING HOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.
Parties bavin, mining property for Hale are requested to send sample
of ttirir ore to tbe LXOHANGEfor exhibition.
We de«ire to h.ar irom prospectors who have promising minoralclaims
in British Columbia.
Piospectors and mining mon are requested to make tbe EXCHANGE
their headquarters when in Nelson.
All sample,, should he sunt bv express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all .ouiniunicatlnm to
Telephone No. 104.    P. O. Rox 700.
I: West Lillooet
A lull stock of all   inds of
is now for sale by
Store and Repair Shop in Uren Block.
Call and examine slock.      No trouble to
show goods
actoi unit good reputation in ewsli state, on«
In tltts county required, to represent and advertise old established wealthy dustness h»"*i-
e_ of Solid IhiHiirUI "tanding. Salary $18 (X)
weokly with espouses additional, all payable
in .-jibIi each VVoduosday direct /lorn head off.
ices. Horse and carriages furnished wh-*.
nbuessary. Enulose self-addressed Btan pi
envelope.    Manager,   316   Caxton   Building,
'lijjl HgO,
LILLOI lET, li. ''.
All work warranted.
Q   Libera! Association. ;*;
**\ , i**.
*|;* Mem^ereliip in the kHovh       <-**
\$ RHPofi'ftfion  !■-! (if't'ti  .n all       ; a-
^•n Liltfraiain Ullonui ami ml-    7$.
^» j*i> ent ilicirirts. The nl'jecta     ♦*'->
:>/' of thi* ajiociaiioti nre Lo Be-     (•/
'rtS cureatnuic ilioroiiKh ortsan-   ^K
•ij*» tzatiotl, r.Tii! In I'dviuuf Uu        4&«
W princip'ed o. L berallfin.          *w
X W. A. aallther, M. P., Hon. Pr. rf
%Z S. (Marke. M.D . Prppident.   «/'
\$£ S^miifrl GibbH, Secretary. '^
)k X£\$__4 yg_u y_f__0& W^^i4
J. H. Anthony.
Geueral M.ri'liant, LYTTON.
Storage and
Forwarding Agent
Lillooet and Bridge River.
Rare poorlti consigned In my fare
railway rimr^ue arn eetlled, jiooils eiure
attti [orwaidud with ilea._tcb,
11. J. ATKIN
Liiicoot. B. C.
Miners Supplies
Farm Implements
Harness & Saddlery
Furniture, etc..
All oril.ru promptly altendedto.
J, M. Mackinnon
Mining Properties
Properties Bonded
Vancouver B. C
Don't Forget the Ashcroft Tailor
I  huvo just ronetred rllr.tlt from BcOtlAUd the heitl •oleellon of Tw..4a, W•_,!•_,, ItfMi
I'ltiitiiifiit in (be luterlur.   Bmisfaotioii KuaranMed.
THOMAS MrlJOSH. Mdrfh.lll Tailor, Alhoroft, B. 0
ri clay
: made.
.'. new stage line leaves Lytton every Monday and
for Lillooet, returning ni.'xt day. Special trip*
Write us i'or information.
Peter Rebagliati __ Co., Lytton B. C.
RUjdi nuiu,        R.F.Anderson&Co
Do you want a bargain? We offer tlie
STAR; Photos of the DOME
and DUCHESS of YORK: and thc
TO   THE   UZi\¥.
A-ii-'i IimIv i-iii-in'.-if li-: 1 ii il'ti-- s iii.ii   '   -
lJ) \..e   Hen.'   b)   ll       Hit '■'"'■-    \-i .
'i   mu       ,.i.-:   «: 1,1100 ti] ilth   IllKlll lite   Hll lllttl I ll?
-If-   i I-.-',,;--     ■:.,-..,i.»  IO . IOt'UI*H   I I ■   till '   I
I-.::,   linv-o 11  ■■-     Atl. II ■-.   N'„.   .;..  -     ll
'- 11. Is- -. ii. ilium, .- . :■; t'li b  ,iv.auii, So*,
.ot'k, i .3 i.
Sucker Creek, B.C
(lent '",1 point Eor Bridge
Iii\ er Miners and Prospectors, (.mod accommodation.     -'--.-
Stable in connection.
G eneral Hardware,
Paints, Oil.   and Varnishes,
Stoves, Enameled iron
and Tinware,
Miners Steel. Ptelw, Piiavels, etc.. Wire Cnb'e
And P.uasel Wile i'uiu inc.
sector; all for 50
The subscriptions to both papers will be good for the
remainder of this year. Tli use- who have already
renewed can, upon payment of the above,
have their subscription extended.
The photos  will ea<h be about J'4x20 inches in size and
will he suitable for framing.  No better opportunity can be
gives for obtaining photos of our future King and Queen.
Lillooet, B. C.
Manufacturer of till kind of
Naive im! the lies! nirtlorful  t-*ed.    Miners «r
proHpoetur*.   sending In   ordorn   will   recelvq
', p.otnpi Htt-nntlon nnd wi.iiflfttct4nn -guar*, nteed
TOWhom It
Rflay Concern.
VOI'H PI \r.'i IR RI N   DI VVX.    [ta R.veteni
--hm's li-iiiiit; i.,i     Im no',   rllill   i' imii.'I  iiiMiu-
moill by ill i.iy      I nil ill hi Blurt  n tune, rlx i i
ole il! iilanu      : ,',-■:    Ihul nre In need
ofltp.utl ,-.i  nm. I   ui ilemte   r ■--      AdrtienH
Tauei, In care .1!'.*'■.-,_.('. t "st.^*.
Home Grown
.'nut an ' Ornamei lal Trees, Roses,
Shrubs, \ ines, Uulhs, Ucd-je Hants,
Esira choice slork of Peach, Apricot, Plum,
Cherry and Prime frees.    New importation oi
first-class Rhododcndrcn*,   Roses,   Clematis,
Hay Trees, Hi Ities, etc.
So,ooo io ch we fnnn. No agents nor commission tn pays Orders tln_.r in utik day you *
get ii the next. No fumigating noi inspection
uharj^es. Greenhouse plants, agrictitlaral im*
elements, fertilizers, bee supplies, f!c. Largest nnd most complete ' ork in the province.
Send f..r rataloytie "i tall and make your '*•!-
ections before placing your orders.    AddrarJ
M, J. HENRY, Vancouver
'.'. HI .1. LABOK ONLY.
Cariboo and LiUooet
Stage Lines.
Clinton  an'!   wny  points,   Monil»y,
Wednesday nnd . rnl«y.
All points   Lu   Cariboo,  Monda.v'n.
.ind I'ridav.
Lillooet ilir.«t, Monday und Friday,
Forlte ol Qiiesiu-lle, ui.d way points,
Suet-a aonnaot «itli eleami-i Chailotle
lit. Hod.* erei-k.
_|ii-ci».l Ooureyan oi V ii oi the I.
Advertise in TlicPros-
Bus meets all steamers,    Teaming by 4__r
or contract.     Rigs moil hort-u tor
Inn? _t moderate rat^s.
J. MacMiilan, Propri«t»r.
LYTTON, - - B. •
Tli is  well   known   hotol   is
First-class in every r««pe«t.
Sample room   free.
Read The Prosp«cttr
$2 a year.


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