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Array TOR.
Vol. 7, No. 7.
LILLOOET,   B. 0.   FEBRUARY   9,  1905.
a Year
cn.ii~>rT03~>r.
Foi* the past 2 or 3 dnys the
Weather was rather cold, 28 below zero, but this did not affect
the attendance at the animal
carnival. The dancers enjoyed
rliefii selves greatly, and everyone had a real good time.
The suppers at both hotels
were most excellently purveyed,
and ample justice was done to
the tempting viands.
Our reunion of 3905 will long
be remembered. Every credit is
given the Committee for the man
ner in which they attended to
the comforts of those present.
The hall was nicely decorated
for the occasion, and tlm music
was quite a feature, and deserves
more notice than cau be given
here. As to the Belle of the Ball,
it would be invidious to specially mention who the belle was,
us every one had her own particular ciiaxms, although perhaps
IMiss Uliich and Mrs. Peters
might equally claim this honor.
There were over 30 couples
jin.-'ent, and the gathering wus
a, happy  one.
Mrs. Kerr and her sister, Miss
Ua.niiltoM, left for Chilliwack.
Mrs. Soues has gone to Crow's
Bar to visit her daughter, M'*s.
.Derby.
1). A. Stoddart was a visitor
last, week.
George Anderson, the blacksmith, has left for the East to
see his father., and John Mun-
doi'fisin charge of the shop until  he returns.
Mr. and Mrs. Cuiininghanie,
of the 74 are staying with Mrs.
KeIly,-also Mr.'Barton. They
took iu the ball.
Mrs. Fred Peters has moved
to town, and rented the house
Mrs. Mundorf lived in.
Aire. McGillivray ut time? a=sisted the
Orchfstrn *it,h the piano, during the
dance ; she plavs with great Unite.
George CarBon was in town, and took
in the dance.
Mr. Eigleoon paid nn ft flying visit,
and left for Lillooet with Mr. A. McDonald, M. P. P.
LOCAL
Geo. Walker, an employe
at Ample mine, haa gone to
the coast.
Mr. Fenton, Ample mine
manager, went to Toronto,
an4 may not reach Lillooet
in course of business for a
length of time.
Mrs. John Marshall was in
town Sunday.
Arrived at Victoria House,
F. Foote, Geo. Schubert and
P. Rebagliati, all of Lytton.
Mrs. Eagleson and Jack
went to Clinton on Tuesday.
St. Mary's Ciiukch.
Next Sunday, Feb. 12, at
11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. services will be held in the English Church, Rev. Edward
I'ugli,   officiating.
Game Question
Editor Prospector,
Sir:
It appears Mr. Wray has
"drawn a bow at   a venture,"
rather than he speaKeth whereof
he Knows.
Having had some opportunity
during the past thirty or forty
years of observing the conditions
of the game supply, I should not
like to state that it is much, if at
all, less plentiful uow than atauy
time dining that period.
Indians are not so numerous
as they were, neither do they live
so much by limiting. Wolves,
coyotes, eagles, etc., have been
diminished by poison and other
means.
I am in favor of the game act
being left as it is ; if ib is "monkeyed" with any more, it will
probably only make bad, worse.
There is only one useful clause,
and that is the prohibition of
tlie export of hides ; prior to
that act, deer were slaughtered
by the thousand for their skins
alone, and were becoming very
scarce; since then, they are increasing very fast, uud are pretty much 'all over,' and to he
found for the looking. The
'poor prospector' must also be
a poor hunter, who cannot keep
himself supplied with some sort
of game in this part of the land.
Goats are on the increase, and
are more than sufficiently numerous ; sheep are plentiful and
are only kept down by worse
enemies than man. Rams and
stags, with large heads, are
more rare than formerly, as a,
good many of the old fellows
have been killed.
The grand blue grouse is in
countless thousands ; spruce
grouse, yellow grouse and ptarmigan abound. Then there is
your rabbit, not to be despised
by a hungry man. Prospectors
are great on porcupines- some
prefer 'em to venison- and that's
one thing they can get the best
of,- except when ' porky' passes
himself off for a bear! And that
reminds me that there is a lot
of country that I have known
prospectors scared to go in, on
account of grizzlies!
I can assure Mr. Wray that
the sportsman who comes here
to shoot, does not interfere with
the interests of the gold-seeker
any more than the man in the
moon. Ami what about the
guide ? Is he exempt from taxation, and where does he invest
his money ?
My sympathies are with Mr.
Wray. if he finds game  scarce.
Yet if Goliath of Gatli were to
reappear, and take a stroll thro'
these mountains, with shield and
spear, and niutterings of muffled
thunder, he would probably have
the same unfortunate experience,
as no doubt the game would
speedily become extinct in quite
a large section.
The Chilcotiu Indians do a lot
of harm by ruthless slaughter
in the summer months. It
would, I should think, pay the
government to see that they are
otherwise employed.
Mr. Wray will accept my crude
remarks in the friendly spirit in
which they are made.
Further discussion on this subject might be   interesting   and
useful, and I should be glad to
see others enter the ring.
I am, sir,
Arthur H. Martley.
Lytton Notes. '
3 sleighloads of young people attended a large party
at John McKay's last week.
The drive is six miles, and
sleighing was fiue,
Mr. Keeble is managing
the Bailey House successfully
A. G. liebagliati has cut
about 10 tons of ice for uses
such as ice cream production.
ODE to a fellow member of the A.L.S.
The winged arrow of Cupid has pierced me,
Still prompted by Venus' shade,
And in his glee he wugheth at me
While I fear that the image should fade.
The phantom's delight is a countenance bright,
Her fresh, ruddy face would Adotiis delight,
With her hkzel eyes and brown colored hair,
Her pearly teeth, and angelic air.
A fantastic shape, an image gay,
That doth my throbbing heart waylay;
A voice entrancing with liquid tone
Excelled by the iute of Orpheus alone.
The image from my eyes has fled ;
Her spirit yet remains to me
And I can say as I have said,
My sunshine of Saint Eulalie, REX
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School Notes.
In the last two issues o! tbe Prospector I have noticed two contributions entitled Evangeline. I also noticed tbat
neither of tbe writers bad courage to
sign his name.
Before tbe question at issue becomes
dead, I would like to make a few humble remarks. Let me state that I have
studied Evangeline, and honestly believe
tbat it was one of the few factors of
learning tbat caused daylight to enter
into my cranium. I admit that tbere
are other poems of deeper thought and
of a more lyrical swing, but tbey belong
to a higher branch of studies. Bo tbey
teach La.in and Greek to the Entrance
class ? Sublime preambles such as
graced last week's school notes may be
in place, but I prefer to express my
thoughts in less -lowery and lesB flattering sentences.
What do the public care ahout tbe
Iambic tetrameter of tbe Lay of tbe Last
Minstrel or tbe hexameter of Evangeline ? They are far more concerned iu
the sawing of wood into lengths, than
sawing tbe lines of a poem into feet.
Since reading the last article I have
coo.e to tbe conclusion that the hero in
Tbe Lay of the Last Minstrel is nothing
but a myth. Now if the authorities
wish to set a piece in the curriculum
which treats of mythology, they Bhouid
be advised io put on a dignified myth,
such as the stories of good old King
Arthur. Tne writer of last week extol*
bis poem as a grand patriotic incentive.
I contend that the story of a Gaelic
British King will do more to harmonize
the insular cleavages than any story that
has since been Bung by the bards of Britain. The same will apply to the British
Dominions beyond the seas,
Ten .lyson, the author of the Idylls of
the King, died only a few year's ago.
He combined mythical history with the
language and thought of the 19th century, fiith of the previous writers claim
tbat their particular poem supplies sufficient food for imagination, but they
must admit that Tennyson's works are
based upon imagery that is truly British
to the core. Almost all poets I know
exaggerate, and my opinion is, that the
poet who is gifted as Tennyson was,
,-boulduse bis power in depicting nation*
al, and not obscure heroes. King Arthur
was truly national. Can we say that of
tbe minstrel, infirm and old ?
King Arthur roused the pathos of the
whole and ancient British nation: how
many w. re captivated over the Lay of
Tbe Laat Minstrel,
In conclusion, Sir, I hope the educational lights who meet in the next convention may strive to insert on our curriculum a thoroughly British and sensible poem. DAVID   DIOKBY.
SUMMONS
To tbe Members of the Athenian
Literary Society.
I hereby summon   you  to the Fifth
Session of the Society, to be held alter
school on Friday, Feb 17, at 3 p. m. at
the  school.     The minutes will be read
and   the   treasurer's  budget speech Im
brought down.   Resolutions  and questions   must be banded in,   3 days in advance nf session       A general  election
will follow.
D. DICKEY,      J.LEROY LAIDLEY,
Sec. of Btate. President.
Mr. Laidley will leave on Saturday'.
stage for Pavilion, preaching at Carson's
on Sunday at 2 or half past. Sunday
School as usual at Lillooet.
School Trustee S. Gibbs  drew the attention of our member to   the need of
water pipes into the school.     Mr. Mc"
Donald believes it oan be arranged ior.
.'"_>_. The Prospector.
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The PI10SPECT0E.
•W*s*fe*EEi~isr;
advertising rates low as possible,
Basis of 30 cents  per square
Inch,  pt.it   Month.
by o. w. ~A.*~~e^.a:sT~BO~_src+
LILLOOET, 15. <:.,   FEB   9,   1905.
We found out, Sunday evening
where tlin minister stands on tlie
Chinese New Yenr. As the ser-
liion wns proceed in"-, Wig- Frank
in jail .Tcross the lane, wild with
china wine, furnished a terrible
illustration with his mighty lungs
and then Mr. Laid ley said something like this:—" These heathen
with their barbarous rites are a
uieiiiice. I'd like to be nble to
slop them from desecrating our
Sabbath with their drums, uud
giving liquor to our poor Indians
The (..'binewe New Year remains as
fixed by Confuciua 152 yearn b.fore tlie
birth of Christ. Years contain 12 and
13 months alternately. Ne* Year may
fall as early as the 13th of January, or ae
late as the 29th of F. bruary. Friday,
February 3rd began the year £057 from
the death of Confucius. In Gniua the
celebration lasts a month, but lillooet's
Chinatown is unable to afford more than
3 days; it costs money to keep a free
table, to set off bunches of immense fire
crackers at 7 dollars the bunch; and to
provide rice nine and music and idols
and paper prayers to burn, besides the
loss of time ami wages.
They have an idea that tbeir ancestors
come in Huirii aud partake of the candy,
fruit, nuts, cake and meat set out and
enjoyed by the inquisitive white visitor
and the numerous Indians from the reservation only a mile away, who like
tbe pyrotechnics, an occasional nip of
wine to tbe discreet, and a scrape of the
fiddle. A certain Chinese colony in a
mining town paid out 1500 dollars for a
week of it : they had a leligioutt procession in costume, a pit made to enhance the effect and safety of the explosives, a lame shed with dinner on, a
n.*ij8 of in ported lanterns, each worth
the price ot the hunch you generally Bee
at one of our lawn parties; a regular
celestial orchestra from the city, worth
forty dollars a day aud expenses, producing music superior to a tin peddler's
wagon on a corduroy road; a collection
of large, horrifying images aud beasts
made in Mongolia, and costing the poor
Chinks each a mint of chink.
When they learn the white roan's religion, this expense will be put to better
use, perhaps
The   following   appointments  have
been gazetted :•
KAMLOOPS.
Licence   Commissioner,    Aid.   John
Milton, James A. Gill; Police Commissioners, Aid. James Milne Harper, .Vent-
worth F. Wood. J. P.
NORTH YALE.
Licence Commissioner., M. P. Gordon
J.P. .JobnR. Mitchell,  Wentworth F.
Woot.. J. P. ( Chief Licence Inspector)
Chief Constable E. T. W. Pearse.
ASHCROFT.
.Licence Commissioners;-James Bray,
J. T. Smith, Isaac Lehman.   Chief Licence Inspector, Oonetable, J. W. Burr.
BARKEUVILLE.
J. A. Fraser, James Innes, F. G. Tre-
gellis.    Chief Licence Inspector, Constable George Walker.
EAST LILLOOET
William Saul, William Walker, Hugh
P. L, Bayliff,J. P.   Chief Licence Inspr,
Constable J. McMillan.
WEST LILLOOET
John Marshall, William Durban, Eu-
sebius S. Peters.   Chief Licence Inspr.,
Constable J. McMillan.
Many inquiries respecting Lillooet District re.'ich the Government, who print tlie following in
a bulletin called Undeveloped
Areas of British Columbia:
LILLOOET.
From Lytton to Alkali Lake,
nnd including, besides the two
plnces mentioned, Lillooet, Pit-
viliou, Big Bur (.'reek, Empire
Valley, Dog Creek, Gang Ranch
antl Cliilcotiu.
This part of the country, being
off the main Cariboo Wagon
Road, is devoted extensively to
stock-raising, as the expense attached to the transportation of
general crops is too great to admit of general production.
Alkali Lake and Dog Creek are
on the east sicie of the Eraser
River, on the road which branches from the Cariboo Road at 150
Mile House and runs along the
Fraser to the vicinity of Big Bar,
where it leaves the river, and
joins the main road at Clinton.
The Canada Western Company's property, called the (ning
Ranch, is on the opp.~>si te side of
the Eraser River, on Gaspard
Creek. Cliilcotiu and Empire
Valley are also on the same side.
Lillooet and Pavilion are be
low Big Bar Creek, on the river
road. Lillooet includes Pemberton Meadows and what is known
as the Douglas Portage, that
part between Port Douglas and
Harrison Lnite and Lillooet, on
the original Cariboo Road.
Pavilion and Pavilion Mountain include all the country on
the East side of the Eraser, Marble Canyon, as well as that on
the mountain, whicli is at an elevation of-from 3000 to 3500 feet
increasing until it reaches 5000
feet. Communication is maintained by good wagon roads to
Clinton, 21 miles, with Lillooet
17 miles, and Ashcroft, through
the Marble canyon, about 30
miles.
LYTTON   STAGE.
Leaves Railway at Lytton at 7 a. m.
Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays
One hour at noon at Half-way House
Reach Lillooet 5 p. m. Returning on
Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and
ui.days._7    miles along the Fraser.
Beautiful   Scenery.
Special Trips   made.
Write to
P.     REBAGLIATI   &   CO.
O. .A.. JPJEHjk.T'R,
>£ General   Merchant. H
Outfits   and Guide?   furnished
gptr      to  Hun'ing Parties.      __-_slJtf
Groceries, Hardware,   Pkuus,  Photo
Supplies, 1>ry Goods,  Etc.
_~~»IX.LOO_EJT     --'-•'   "~B.    C.
<|   MINING   NOTES.   B
ykp¥3mpX0si£^immAi
Mr. Leslie Bill,whose bond
on the Lorneand Woodchuck
claims expired some time
ago, is about to do some surveying on Cadwallader creek
to obtain Crown grants on
some property. He still has
a third in the Woodchuck,
which cost him $25,000. He
is supposed to control con-
ital, and might have done
more for Bridge Kiver Section, but for the collapse of
the London Si Globe and the
Whittaker Wright scandal,
combining to make English
capitalists  shy.
Placer miners on the South
Fork of Bridge River are doing well this winter, taking
out considerable gold.
J. DUNLOP,
a--__--t<T-E--_i-&-X_i s.uo:~~e:E~,
LILLOOET.
RAILROAD  NISWS
The Prospector has inside
Information on the future
of Lillooet as to railroads.
It occurred as iollows, most
remarkably :
My type case runs,
T   V   W   X   Y
and in  looking for X in the
mixed state of things i   get
V. W Sc Y.       V. W. & Y
Now 'again, trying for K
what do I get,
H   I   J   K   L
Nothing but
JJHILL   JJHILL  JJHILL
The E. & N. railroad was
sold to the C. P. R. for $1,
500,000. 'lhev will build an
extension to the west side of
the Island and reduce time
from Japan bv 24 hours.
BX STAGE.
IIRITISH COLUMBIA EXPRESS
Clinton and way points,
MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY
ALL CARIBOO POINTS MONDAY
150 - MILE MONDAY AND FRIDAY
LTLLOOET   MQND.Y AND FRIDAY
Lawsou, llie trust fighter hat.
Hent, telegrams to a great many
paper* in U. S. and Canada, ask-
in-.,4 them tt> cull attention to hi.s
article, "The Magic Jimmy," in
Everybody's Magazine. We believe he is lighting in a good
cause, but didn't get a telegram,
and therefore will not mention
" The Magic Jimmy." Suppose-
the. burglar's tool used by rich
iu robbing the poor. I do not
know uf any millionaire named
Jimmy. It may mean Jimmy
IU>.v bottom.
Paul Santini,
GENERAL MERCHANT,
LILLOOET.
EVERYTHING for MINERS
Wm.  CUMMING,
GBNERAL STORB AND B.C. EXPRESS AOBNT
LILLOOET,
MINERS' OUTFITS A SPECIALTY.
Hotel Victoria,
LILLOOET,
MARK R. EAGLESON,   PROPRIETOR
Headquarters of
BI Q- C3r-_-_2>-Z-__- IITJIsrTEE-S
Wire for Outfits, guides
Etc.   Cost  Reasonable.
Every Attention to Travellers and Commercials.
Large Sample Rooms.
fleadct. artrrs ok ashcroft ani) 1.yt.o!.
Stac.es. Special ratks for families SPENDING)   SEASONS.
Rooms, Table, Liquors and
Stabling,   All,  Excellent
,=B_*
Do yon fellows think I'm going
I o break my back over this old
battered type— and not set in
a little nonsense now aud then ;
and Home religion off & on. Am
trying to find some of l.illin>i*s'
writing as it suits the mixture I
use. No neal to. look it over-
it is all Josh, anyway.
NOTICE
To Miners   & Stockmen:
When maWng application for claims,
or lands in this district, make sure your
advertisement is legal. A real valuable
claim, one worth jumping, is sometimes lot
on a quibble or question of form. Hive
(be advertisement in the paper printed in
the district your land is in ; not in [lie
Family Herald or any other paper printed
outside the diatrict. The   Prospector,
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PCCK3T   -_3ZJ-.-RX--_.3
190S
FROM 15 C. UP.   OFFICE   DIARIES
1, 2 & 3 DAYS TO A PAGE.
WHlTTAIvEU'S &   THE CANADIAN
ALMANAC FULL OF INFORMATION
At   Smith   Bros'
book: store
Vernon and Kamloops
CLAR<£ &C0.,
CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS,
ULLOOET.
Mrs. J. Hell had itliglfl. attack
of grip, just to be in the fashion.
Miss Vera Miller entertained a
number of young friends on Fri-
dny evening to celebrate her 15th
biithdnv.
John Arthur has finished his
Benson's work at the batchery,
ami is at, home until the spring
work is begun.
Inglis Uren has a relapse of
inflammatory rheumatism.
VV. J. Gates returned from the
coast!
A hide buyer named Sussilinn
rode into town on Friday last,
and put up his horse at the hotel
Victoria.
Pert Williams, of  Tyax creel-
was in town last -week.1
"notice.
AUDEESOU     X_,J-.le-ZlI-
_M!Ilsr.Tl_TC_3-   8b  -MULIil^TO-
co-j^-p-A-isnr,   LIMITED
The Annual General Meeting of tlie
Shareholders of the aliove Company will be
held at the head <itlice of the Cumpuny at
Lillooel, B, Cm on Saturday, llie lUh day
of February, 1905, at the hour of 7.80 m the
evening, for the purpose of receiving the
Directors' report and statement of income
an>l expenditure for the past year.
SAMUEL GIBBS. Secret-try,
Dnted at Lillooet this
7th day of Jnn'y 'ft05.
CURRENT COfiriENT
No Salmon Canning in 1906 _.
1908. An ordei-in-council was
passed to I.l int effect and providing for a weekly close season of
30 hours.
One of the most remnt'Kabje
tilings in li. ('.is the Kamloops
Wawn, a paper printed in Frencl
English, Shorthand and Indian.
The Editor is a. priest who is doing a wonderful woik among the
Indians. The Shorthand is mi
improvement or adaptation of
the famous Fern in system, am
very useful to any one. Can be
acquired in a few days, and is
in use among the Indians here
at Lillooet. I have seen a young
Indian girl, at North Bend, with
a copying machine printing off
copies of verses in shorthand to
be used by Indians in Sunday
school. Send 10 cents to Kamloops Wawa for sample.
Westminster gets the Dominion F*iir and $50,000 so
eagerly expected.
Wireless telegraph at Kamloops today, in a lecture by
a real Macaroni expert, with
real apparatus, for selling
shares.
_F __■•& IE ______
Tho Prospector will print free the fo
owing rtdverti.enieiitn  : j
HELP WANTED.
WORK   WANTED.
AKTTCI-ES ECK SALE,
FOUND.
From Goat Island to the
American side Niagara Falls
was dry last week It was
caused, not by power plants,
but hy a natural dam of ice
and a person could pass a-
cr'oss on foot for lOOO feet.
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Nothing makes a more
charming' pift for
"My ladye faire" than
a silver-mounted perfume bottle.
No. 14706 is special value at
$.?...°* 11 i~ af clearest crystal glass, ornamented with
open pattern in sterling -liver depo-il.
Distance is annihilated
when you order of us
by mail. Catalogue
sent on request.
BYRIE
"DIAMOND MALL
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tinenul for the quality
and reasonable prices of
its precious stones.
The same care i~ exercised
in reletting the utone for our
$2_.tio solitaire ritiff (No.
i;,5_3) as for one at six or
eight times tii.it cost.
50 YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DCSIGNS
Copyrights Ac.
Attyou" npiiitliiR n.!*. trh and description may
nulckly tmcorinlu ottr opititon free whether au
Invention Is pruhnhlv pntoittablo. Cnmmunlcn.
tion. M.rlotly coiilliloiitliil. 1 landhoolt on Patents
K"tit. free, ohlcst agency for Bcniimip pulpitis.
I'mioiiU taken through Munn & Co. receive
Ifre.iat notice, without charge, iu tho
Scientific American
A handsomely lllustrnted weekly. Largest clr-
cMnUon of any srlenMBo Journal. Tonus, »3 a
y<*nr; four month., tl. Hold by all newsdealers.
WUNN & Co.36'B-^v. New York
Itmucli unice, <_!j V tit. Wa:<Miuiioii, IX O.
Bulbs, Seeds, Plants,
Trees,  etc.
Sond for Catalog-lie
_M_. CT._E_r_E]_N'_E^ir.
3009    Westminster Koad,
Vancouver.
Page   Metal Gates
tiljipl- Of doable—Hght, stronf,, durable, eoo-.t-
maiaHt. Will not nag er get rickety. FllU'd
" with sell-acting latches, which open either
way. A child can open or clone in a strong
wind—no surfaoe to resist. Best farm gate
made.  Use Pa^e Fences and Poultry Netting.
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tightens it loosens again worse than ever.    Page wire i9 tempered torcsulato it* own
tension summer and winter.  60,0tWmUosof Pago wire fence in uso now.
The Page Wire Fence Co., Limited, WaUtervilk, Oat. Montreal, P.Q., and St. John. KB. 9
Sunlight Soap will not injure
your blankets or harden them. It
will make them soft, white an J
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REPEATING RIFLES
repeat. They don't jam, catch, or fail to extract.
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Winchester rifles are made in all desirable
calibers, weights and styles; and are plain,
partially or elaboraiely ornamented, suiting every
purpose,  every  pocketbook,   and  every  taste.
WINCHESTER   AMMUNITION
made for all kinds of shooting in all kinds of guns.
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WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS CO., NEW HAVEN, CONN.
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Climate cannot
be beat for Consumption or for
Rheumatism.
From 20 to 30 wealthy
Sportsmen, English, American and German, come
here each year to hunt
Grizzly, Big Horn, Caribou
or Mountain Goat. Here
are the best guides.
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Scenery; but let him see
our panorama, and lesser
scenes fade!

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