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Vol. 7, No. 29.
LI.LLO.QEr,  B. C.   JULY 13,  '05.
Dollar a Year.
SIDNEY WILLIAMS,
ZBJEi,0'VX2_TCXJ---__,
X,_fi.2-TX-i STJ~B*V*E"~rOK,,
QUESNELLE, B. C.
I make a trip through Lillooet District
every summer.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase eighty acres of land,—
Commencing at a post at S. E. Comer of
my lot 62, thence west along lot 62, 40 chains
thence south along lot 63, 20 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 20 chains to the
point of commencement.
Pavilion Mountain, \ M. GILLEN.
July 4th,  1905.  /
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Go days from
date 1 shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 480 acres
of pasture land situated as follows : commencing at the Northwest corner of Lot 464, G. I
Lillooet District,— thence west 60 chains,
thence soaih 80 chains, thence east 60 chains,
thence north 80 chains to point cf commencement.
Empire Valley. R. C.J
V JOHN McLEAN..
June 27th, 1905.    "J
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given ihat Oo days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 408 acres
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at the southwest corner of John McEwen's
application on thc sooth side of Churn creek;
thence east 40 chains, thence south 60 chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence north 40 chains
thence east 40 chains, thence north 20 chains
to point uf commencement.
Empire Valley AUSTIN  HALL
June 27, 1905.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
■date I shall apply'to the Chief Commissioner
cf Lands and Works to purchase 80 acres
•of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at the southwest cornerof Alex. McEwen's
application on south side of Churn creek ;—
thence east 20 drains, thence south 20 chains
thence west 40 chains, ihence north 20 chaws
thence east 20 chains to point of commencement.
Empire Valley, 13, C.        JOHN PAIJAI
June 27th, 1905.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that sixty days from
.late, I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands ami Works to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land situated as follows; commencing at a post planted about one mile northward of the nortli-west corner of lot 311,
Group 1, Lillooet District; thence north 80
chains, thence wesi So chains, thence south 80
chains, thence east £ > chains.
Empire Valley, %C.
June ijthj 1905
ROBT. TRENCH
JOIN THE HUSH!
Since the beginning
of the year,
NOTICE.
Notice i« hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land commencing at a
post planted at the south-east corner ol land
applied for by Thomas McEwen ;— thence
norlh 8o chains, east 80 chains, south 80
chains, west 80 chains to initial post.
ANN BISHOP, by her agent.
Empire Valley,"1 JOHN BISHOP.
May 13th 1905/
_A.(_>'-_Ev,J~iJS
Have Been Located in the
District, including Timber
and Coal Lands, as well as
Agricultural and Pasture
land, not to mention the
Mining, Dredging, Water,
and Hydraulic leases-
Notice of Application to
purchase must appear in
District Publication when
there is one. Rates are
30 days, $4. 60 days, $6-
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for permission to purchase 640 acres of pasture land situated as
follows ; commencing at a post one mile north
from the north-east corner of Lot 22c, Group
1, Lillooet District ; thence north 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains,
thence west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Empire Valley, \     SAMUEL BISHOP.
June 2nd, 1905 )
NOTICE
Notice is hereby ijiven that 60 <Kays from
date I shall.apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works lo piuckase 640 acres
of pasture land situated as follows:; commenting at a post abot:t one mile northward of the
northwest cornerof Lot 311 Group I Lillooet
District ; thence east So chains, ihence south
80 chains, thence west So chains, thence couth
80 chains
Empire Valley, B. C. "i
V      T. E. FRENCH
June 13th, KV-5.     j
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works
Victoria, B.C. for permission to purchase 640
acres of pasture land, commencing at a point
about ( mile north of Hog Lake, Empire Valley, li.C- - -thence 80 chains north, thence 80
chains east, thence 80 chains south, thence
80 chaies west ts poinl oi commencement.
Dated May 23, '05, R. H. CARSON.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given ihat I shail at (he
expiry of 60 days apply to ihe Chief Commissioner of Land* and Works, fur permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, com licencing at a
post about one mile up little Churn crock from
its junction with Hig Churn creek, ihence
norih 80chains, east 80chains, south 80 chains
west So chains to initial post.
ALEXANDER McEWEN
Empire Valley, May 13, 190&.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply io the Chief Commissioner of'Lands atid Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post at the S. E. corner of land applied for by
Alex. McEwen, thence north 80 chains, east
80 chains, south 80 chaios, west 80 chains to
initial post. .
Empire Valley, JOHN McEWEN,
May 13, t<»o5-
NOTICE
Notioe is hereby given that I •shall at the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land; commencing at
the south west corner of Lot 465 ;— thence
west 40 chains, north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south along she 4ines of Lots 460 and
466 to Initial post.
Empire Valley, AUSTIN JANES
May 12, 190a.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall se'. the
expiry of 60 days apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works tor permission to
purchase 640 aor.es of land, commencing at a
post placed at the south east corner of land
applied for by John McEwen ; ihence north
So chains; east So chains; south 80 chains;
west 80 cbrfins to initial [.ost.
Empire Valley,
May ij. 1905 THOS.   McEWEN.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days from
date I shall apply to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land, commencing at the north-east
conser of lot 225, group I, Lillooet District ;
thenee norlh 80 chains, thence east So chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 chain*
to point of commencement.
Empire Valley, \    ANTHONY BISHOP.
June 2nd  1905. /    •
NOTICE
Sixty days after date I intend to apply to the
Qaief Commissioner of Law!* and Works, Victoria, B.C.for permission to purchase 640 acres
of pasture land commencing at a stake mark,
ed N. E. corner about % mile west of Hog
Lake and I mile north of Lone Cabin oreek,
Empire Valley B.C,—<_hence 8o chains west,
thence 80 chains south, thence Sochains east,
thence 80 chains north to point of commencement.
Dated May 23 '05. E. J. CABSON
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that at the expiry
of 60 days from date, I shall apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for
permission to pnwdhase 640 acres of land ;
commencing at lhe S. W. corner of Lot 463 :
ihence west 40 chains along the lines of Lots
463 and 464; ihenje north 160 chains, east 40
chains, south 160 chains to initial point.
Clinton, May
23rd,  1905. JOHN COLVIN.
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that I shall at the
expiry of (60 days apply lo the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to
purchase 640 acres of land, commencing at a
post about half a mile west of the northwest
coiner of Lot 466, thence norlh 80 chains,
east 80 chains, south 80 chains, west 80 chains
to initial post.
Empire Valley J. S. PLACE.
May 1,3 190a The  Prospector.
The PROSPECTOR
WEBKLT.
advertising rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents per square Inch,
pek Month. Land or Minim; Notices
3o days $4        60 days $6.
BY C. W. _i-tt__v_ZST-B.02-TGr
THE MAIL MATTER
We get practically 2 mails a
.veekj one at tlie beginning of Llie
week, and one at the end. For
some reason, a letter intended to
he opened liere Tuesday, generally conies jogging along Friday,
around by Ashcroft. And papers
.ve would like to read Saturday
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Mondays, Tuesdays, .Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Roacli Lillooel ;"> p. in. Returning on
Tuesdays, WedneBdnyp, Saturdays and
Sundays.   -l; miles along the Eraser.
Beautiful   Sceneiy.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.    REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
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As7*S7iS7*SA \A \/HSASA>S/iSASA,.- «;
I   HERE ~ND THERE I
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The Cai'NOUN tit Pavilion hnve
a gold mine that turns out 200 _
night or Sunday,   are not put  fcper week of Golden Bnbter.   It
off at Lytton but carried to Ash-1|ui8 nem. been h_nU\ti_i but therH
JUNE
MON TUE WED TI1UR FRI SAT SUN
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12    18
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28      29
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JULY
MON TUE.
WEI) THU FBI SAT SUN
1       2
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LOCAL
croft to rest over Sunday, and
resume their journey on Monday.
We used to blame the BX, and
its political pull. Then thought
the mail clerks ou the train did
not care to remember the day
of lhe week. Some said surely
there was a woman in the case.
is considerable Stock watering,
connected with it.
Mr. Lacy, who is proprietor of
a shoe shop at Aslici-ofl, took a
run over to Spence's Bridge, to
see what were lhe prospects for
Mrs. Keary had to go to
San Jose on account of her
daughter Kathryu's sickness,
who will accompany her to
I.iiiooet in hopes of renewed
health. Miss Spellman hai-
been attending the Musical
Conservatory and practicing
si.v hours a day,   which has
business.   There is nothing do
And now it seems there is no one j ing,—hundreds of idle men, who (reduced her to a state of ex
at the train to receive our mail | are told  "tomorrow" nnd  there! treme nervousness.
at Lytton Monday and Friday,  are .misgivings that the octopus	
Wonder who gets Lytton's mail,  is putting up a tremendousMuff      J. B.  Uroii   and the  boys
The worthy Postmistress there J while pltavva Parliament I.irIh, |-rt.re  making   hay   while the
i.s not kindly disposed  towards   to soothe those who want  Hill
sun shines at Savonas.-    Mr.
us, because we all sit up writing  or Anybody to rnh-a road into ^^.timr has charge of the
BX STAGE.
BRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way  points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ,
ALL   CARIBOO   POINTS    MONDAY
150-MILE MONDAY AND  FltlDAY
ULLOOET MONDAY AND FRIDAY
si/Si.i"_Jt/Si/sa_'\ . '-• v s i/ .,,'*. i/siss*/' i'
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VANCOUVER, B. 0.
Is  the   western  metropolis of Canada
and
THE NEWS-ADVERTISER
is the newspaper that you should read
if you want to keep abreast of the
times.
Subscription price, Da-ly, $3.00;
Weekly, $1.00 a year. Send us 25c for
the Dally for a month and sea for yourself   what   we   are.
P. O. Box 812, Vancouver, B. C.
MOST RELIABLE COAST WEEKLY
WILL COST
with  the  PROSPECTOR,
(11.50 a YEAR   CASH   WITH ORDER
letters long after the mail is closed, which go in the way bag, just
that beautiful realm, shut off by
mountains from Canada, and bv
as other letters posted along the  an imaginary and expensive old
road; which have to be cancelled by her, causing considerable
boundary, from the Slate.1..     He
left for Lillooet.   Ile has a. repair
extra work, perhaps 15 minutes,! outfit along, and  may be eoi
twice every week, as an act of
charity, to the government or us
or somebody.   In the meantime
the Inspector is Dormant.
FOR SALIC.
Encyclopedic Dictionary,—
6 volumes, cheap. Call at
this office and examine.
ta     is for     m
Cumming,
General Store,
Agent for the V>. X.
Miners   Supplies,
cfec.   Lillooet,
Drop iii
suited, for u few days;—Next to
the Post Office.
SCHOOL MEETING.
«hop.
Mrs. Gladwin of Vancouver is visiting her cousins,
the Hurleys.
At the adjourned School Meeting on Monday last, Air. Win.
Abercrombie was chosen to be
Trustee. The others are tt. Gibbs
Secretary, and J. 13, Uren, who is
away at present. A good many
applications for Lillooet Sel*6ol
were considered, and u ludy was
selected; one having musical talent. A vote of thanks was passed, duelo A. McDonald. M.i'.l'.
for his efforts in behalf of the improvements to the school property*, resulting in a new fence,
painting, etc.
John Marhall started up
the sawmill, and cut a little
(umber for his own use.
Mr. Brown has decided to
retire from the Post Office.
The remuneration is not in
proportion to the responsibility and general grief.
VENEZUELA STORIES.
"i(l«li£htn   on    1-ros.n?    A (liim   tn   Snm«
lUt.IVi) Y«fis.
Two nieml.u -s of r*arliament have
quaint stories to tell of adventures in
Venezuela in timee past.
An honorable liaroriei, while on »
visit, to the Republic; had interviews
v.iui certain members of the Oovem-
ment. 1 e dined with them in tho evening, and retired at a late hour. l.o
wns awakened from his .L!cop by iv
noise in his room, and saw, as ho
thought, one of i.is hosts disappear
through the bedroom window leading
t.o lhe \erandah.
Com 1.:ding ihit this was a polite
custom in the country, tho lidttor returned to fit-op, but in tho mprniiig
In; 'oind his trousers upon the lloor.
thi ii- pockets turned i:,.-i.-!<. out. His
tild-.ashioned, higl ly decorated chum
purse was gone, but its contents wero
on the .'round, liis gold-edged cigar
case and some geld charms attached
to his fob had also vanished.
The Englishman went straight tu
the seat of Government, and coin-
jl I hed to one of tho MlnT-ters, who
.'.xoressed his dismay, mul was thereupon informed that the person seen
in the room bore a resemblance t»
himself.
"Very strange/' replied the Minister, '.for there is no one alive who
resembles me."
"in that, case," rejoined his visitor, drily, "you should have no difficulty in Securing the restoration of
my property,"
Later rn the day the Englishman
discovered an anonymous package
upon his room tahle.. Opening tha
cover ho found all the missing articles suvo the gold-edged cigar case
and ono of the charms—a little goddess in diamonds and emeralds.
J. DUNLOP
MERCHANT
LIM.OOE'l.
.iiliiiRliH-sitUi* ffahlt*.
Most people .i'ld^-i a man from the
| mi face. If he is dull, methodical, orderly, and careful of Insignificant detail.'., be is reputed to be thorough
I und business!! e. • Yet in the major-
| Ity of cases method, ho we*-or valu-
alile it may be, is rc~or.t.<] to ns a
prop to lhe mind. Jn th_ mutter of
method and arrangement Mr. Balfour
is the most unbusinesslike lender the
House of Commons has ever seen, lie
is not bound by the ne.'C. sities that
would suriound an oidinary mau.
His brillian y needs no scrap-book to
.e,;d upon. The scciet of Mr. Balfour's hold upon the House, has been
summed up in these words: "He is a
gentleman to the linger tips—c.ilti
vated, • refined, well bied, unobtrusive, superior, fascinating." AfUjr
all Jo'n Bull dearly li e-s a gentleman, and Mr. Balfour comet, very
Bear  to  his  ideal.
V fi
The Prospector.
A YACHT RACE,
Excellent Description of Watching One by
a Writer Who saw Stratlicona Win
J-'lrnt Race From Irotdequolt.
The pale blue was buttorflied with
timid gray wings. Flags fluttereii.
A lazy sou'wester fanned out of tin?
smoke-shot sky-line. And fl.ty-OtV.s
lopsided big sails und little sails.
i'at with tho wind, were crawling
along to westward—just ns they felt
inclined; all but two thai since the
pop of a gun from a steamer had
been doing a windy waltz anywhere,
within a furlong of a bobbing buoy,
says a marine writer in the Toronto
News,
One was a cream-colored big butterfly, the other a phantom of while
wings. They cut a pair of foam-
spitting curves, pointed their jib-
booms at the buoy and bore down
like a pair of swans. Just at. the
second when to the man without d
telescope ou the breakwater it looked as though oni boom would put a
pencil of daylight through the other's
fore-sail, they wheeled side-long. A
gun popped—to signify that all the
previous manoeuvres had been merely skirmishes; but this was the race.
The butterflies glided after—just as
they felt inclined. Most of the crowd
sat lelsui'oly along the rocks, some
with their books open again. Soma
headed off for a stroll. That is one
advantage of yacht race over a horse
i-ace—you may go away and leave it
without missing much. For it is not
highly exciting to bore long-distance
boles in two dabs of sail out on the
smoke-lino. The best, frame of mind
to wait for thn finish is one of suspended animation. Of course, there
are a good many wise aquatic folk,
who can see signs and symptoms in
ji pair of hazy white wings on a
mile of mist. But you never hear
them shout or swear. It. is almost
a* subdued a past Une as betting on
the cloii.19'.
Watching a yacht race in a lazy
wind ia a good deal like gazing at a
comet. There ure always some folks
who can 900 a count in any patch of
Tl.e milky way that looks as though
it had u tail. And there are a lot
of people at a yacht race who can
tell the Strathcona from the Iron-
deqnoit, when ihey Jujth look tea
much alike et live miles as a pair
01 Indian tepees on the prairie. lt
take" considerably tenacity of purpose for aa average man to watch
just those two patches of sail, aln'l
ignore all tin.- others—especially if
li ■ knows not which is Which. Practically, it. is about as useful to enquire that from the average man
with the binoculars, us it is to try
to see a fish In a pond when som"-
body else tells you lo. One man
tolls you the Strathcona is fair in
front, of another little boat—when
from tlie perpendicular to your pair
of shoes the one in front is the Iron-
doq,uolt. Another tells you to sight
over his shoulder fair in the direction of his finger, forgetting that his
shoulder on the beach represents
about live miles on the ync.hl-coursc.
.and that his finger wobbles like the
■end 01 a pole on a man's back. Tho
next man subjects you to a series oi
categorical questions. "You see that
steamer?'' "Yes." The bunch of
hails next to it?" "Sure." "Wall,
then, you sue the little black sail?"
"Black sail?" you murmur incoherently, not quite, sure tlmt his ideas
■of a rainbow are quite the same as
yours. "Well, yeu st* that white
clou<l that looks like a sheep—?"
Vou mumble stupidly thut they all
look like sheef, when he says,
"Well, the one with the tail on—d'
you see that?" "'_'■—yes—'* "Well,
that's not the Strathcona—i'or she's
going to co mo eut IimkI."
And that man's laugh pretty nearly makes a dead calm of the wind
You scarcely begin to fool cool agaiu
before there comes a. chung!—then a
vjiarivari of whistle-.! like half a
dozen circus calliopes, more guns—
aud by the way the hats are cutting
circles on the breakwater you know
that a lot oif people are trying to
shout louder .than the guns and
whistles. Aljl which signifies that ia
the long, lazy crawl home £h«
Strathcona his crossed the line first.
Wash g-ensy dishes, pets or pins wit!
Lever's try .Sctap a powdar.    It will r
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EXCELSIOR HOTEL,   LILLOOET.
By George Hurley.
!
Tho Biwl of ii 'I'ri'.,
Among tin* curious things recently
discovered by the students of plunt
life is the fact that a b\d taken from
one tree and grafted on another carries t- a age of the oiiginal iree with
it. it lus always been bol'eted that
the bud so transfer!od began a wholly new life. Int. this new theory—it
may, after all, be more theory than
fact r.s yet—shows tl o matter in an
entirely difloient light.
For example; if a bud be taken
from a tree that is t\venty-Hvo yours
old with a natural life cf fifty year.-.
and grafted on another tree it will
not live os long as its parent t'-ec
is entitled to lhe the full lifty
years, but only for the i« led of
life then left to the tree, twenty-five
year*.
A WISE LEADER.
To Itny Toronto stroM TnJlway.
A Toronto alderman has a scheme
to buy the Street Railway when the
franchise expires eighteen .\c.irs
hence. The gist of the proposal is
that all trie money received from the
Street Railway Company, over anil
above what is required to pay the interest and sinking fund on the street,
railway pavement debt, should be put
into a fund. The result of it. it
adopted, will be that when tin; Toronto Hallway Company's agreement
expires the city will have $4,000,000
with which t.o purchase tiie I'aJjs.
plant and equipment.
Verigin Tall;* Sonne lo 1'ilgvl.na-Inp.entotM
Mays— iii-hmih. \\.»-. lioiii.holioi_.
Peter Verigin, on ,f the leaders of
tho Doukhobors, .ho has been in
l'ussi.i, and of \ ,ioin gieo.t things
are expected in the yav of iuchicitig
the people to settle down and give
up tl«. ii- foolish idea of another ]il-
giimaije in the spring !o convert the
world, *is now in ten Doukhohor
■.illae.es uorui of York ton, end, ac-
oordlng lo reports from there. is
meeting' with considerable success in
his effort. He started at tho ullage
of 1.roteTpersky. where his home was
before leiving for Russia, end where
his mother still lives. His first
meeting was held In his own house,
and in the course of his address he
discussed the whole situation. He began by taking up the question of
ihe suitability of Canada as a place
for the Doukhobors. Ile declared
that the Doukhobors were here by
God's will, and that there was no
need to look anywhere else. White
tho climate was cold it was healthy,
nn.'l the u iii -produced all manner of
grains und vegetables, so that there
was no reason why they should not
be happy und prosperous. Having a
good soil and climate, the other es-
svntial to success was lhe possession
of animals. Every fainllj should
have n team of horses and two or
thr.e cows.
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CLARKE   &   CO,
CHEMISTS   AND   DRUGGISTS,
LILLOOET,      -•    -     LB.  C.
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IMPORTERS OF
General   Merchandise,
Clinton B.C.
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Page Wovsn Wire Fence
with Ir* contlnuon* colt (not crimped) is the
aWi, i-lock-hoMit.K fence ma le, Pajjo No.
7*Vviroxtn_-_Mn :«,m)(lpna«ttH's!.rain— common
Xo. 7 wlro only 1,701 pound-. Common wire
will not rn.il--U btr.iitrlir.ons out nifftin—it
hasn't iv ^prinur temnor—Pago wire has.
Tho Pa-e fire rentes Oo , Lira'-totl,
Wnlkorvit)*. Ont.
Wentrtali P Q.« and at. Jela. k.b.    it
Special Attention to Fitting
Trusses and Spectacles*.
Inspector McDonald, ot the
Doniliiion Government.Telegraph
service, who resides in Assiiiilioin
tins heen making a tout* of Un.
.vest. lie has heen at the const,
ant. reached Lillooet on Tuesday
by BX special in charge of stnge-
tlrivet* Moore. He thinks the
people along- the Cariboo road
cannot he properly served by a
telephone system, with ho many
connections, without a double
wire, which wonld be expensive.
Ile found an old acquaintance iu
Operator MeFarlatie here, ami
enjoyed the Lillooet; visit very
inucli, hidtiding a view oi Seton
Lake. They left Thursday for
IJi-.vson's.
J. M. Jensen has gone up to
the camp, on the recently staked
placer claims oil Cayoosh creek.
Three tourists are camping- ub
j his place near the Flour Mill, one
of whom is a professional man
j wearied with thirty years ol city
•life. He is so impressed wilh the
scenery uud clinwte, that he is
inclined to buy a place and send
for his family.
The following books of Mr. Brandon's
may be seen uml purehaeed ut the Pros
pector office:—
Elementary Grammar. 20
Teacher's Arithmetic, 50
Tales from Shakespeare, _\~i
Encyclopedia i large Vol. $10.00
Trade Marks.
Designs
^^^^^^^^^^   Copyrights Ac.
1    Anvono spTKllnjj n sketch and description may
: loilokly uareriiiin our Opinion free whether wi
invention is prohnbly p.iteutablo.  CommunlM.
. tln'isotrieUtrceiiildoutlal. Handbook on Patent*
| sent I'refl. iHrtes. a^encv ior neotirtnp patents.
I'.itnnm taken through Munn & Co. receive
lprd.il notice, wltliout cbaree. in the
A hnndaomely Illustrated wcelilv.   I.nrjre't Mr.
I Ctllntloil Of anv rrio-tltlc lonrn&l.   Terms. ..!> a
ypiir; •foiir montlis, (!_. Sold by nil newsdoalors,
i MM &Co.M,B»—»New torK
|      Eruijcb Ofnco, "WCi F St, WiublnglCiii, D.C- ' The   Prospector,
V
SAVONAS SANATORIUM
A Consumption Cure has just
been started, in the Kamloops
Dry Belt, at last. It may be,
that right here, the real cause
and cure of this curse may come
out.
The germ idea is only half a
truth. Doctors admit that the
germ ALONE causes nothing. A
famous physician, in a written
report, blurred with big words,
mentions by the way, as a note
of no moment, the case of a man
who got well in spite of every
thing. The poor fellow had no
medicine, no sunshine, no venti-
Jntion, —millions of old germs in
the old bed and room; —and
hardly anything to eat. Well, he
got well. The great doctor confesses that some cases pnzzingly
get well, not guessing that moderation in food helps breathing.
It was salvation in this case, but
no one will believe it.
So science Stuffs the Sick sufficient to sicken a well man. 4
meals a day, ami milk between.
You can kill a pig that way !
•und it will be called Scrofula.,—
which is tuberculosis.
By over-eating, the V-shaped
muscle that we want to use iu a
deep breath, is shut up from the
under side. Combine with a set
of ribs stiff from lack of deep
breathing, add on a nerve system exhausted by the different
drains we recognize in others but
not in ourselves;—And we have
un outfit that .will apparently
produce germs, lt will kill, and
the effect will be germs. Consumptives ure chuck full of dead
matter that never got alive after
they ate it. The excess of starch
in them serves as a "culture," as
scientists say, just its mould will I It Isn't
form on a saucer of starch or a J A KODAK!
cup ot yeast.
The vaccination virus made a
great hit, but it is now being-
fought as fiercely as the terrible
trading stamp. The microbe is
too popular to last.
It suits the patients. We like
to think a horrid germ is to
blame, instead of our habits.
It suits tiie doctors.   None but
the old or famous dare to deny
drugs and tell the truth. Self-
denial is the key to health, and
the consumptive must; stop the
nervous drain, do fl little more
than he wants to,— and eat a
little less.
The great Germ Theory has
clay feet. Il produces a. great
unreasonable d ret id of the poor
pale-face; you will see columns
iu the papers crying ' Don't spit'
but that's as far as they get.
Learned men used to wrastle
with the problem of tbe egg and
the hen,—which existed first? A
hen conies from an egg; but the
egg came from a hen.     Disease
conies from nernis,  which come
I
from disease. Let us ask ourselves and the scientists, Where
did the FIRST GERM come from
—Did God invent it, like a .torpedo, and start it off to kill ?
No, we were made perfect, and
our  bad habits bred disease.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
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SU-JSTTIE-R.S   &z   GUIDES,
Our   terms  are   equitable.
Blenheim,
We have a complete outfit.
We uive vou a guarantee.
LILLOOET,
April, '05
A.G.RKBAGLIATI,
LYTTOE",
AS*
GENERAL MERCHANT.
For Sale.
100 HEAL) OF
~HO~E^~3_Nr
STOCK
For Breeding I'm poses.
RICII'D HOEY, - LILLOOET.
I Jtf "'   It Isn't
AN EASTMAN
ASK  FOR
CATALO Q-TT-E
At   Smith   Bros1
Kamloops and Vernon
BOOK STORE
CA PHAIR
General   Merchant
Outfits and  Guides  Furnished to  Hunting- Parties!
Groceries,   Hardware,    Photo  Supplies,
Dry Goods,  Drugs,   Etc.
LILLOOET
Baillie Hotel - LYTTON
Under  Entire!,)' New   Management.
Excellent  Accommodation for Travellers.
A choice mul varied Assortment of liquors   and cigars-.
Good Stabling*        —
—       Charges Moderate.
WALTER C. KEEBLE,  PROP'R.
Wf-mfrK
INC.  18 98
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