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 THE SLOCAN DRILL.
VOL
lV.,Ko-3f>.
SLOCAN,   B.   C,   NOVEMBER   27,   1903.
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12.00 PER ANNUM.
Clearance  SaisJi
A  HORRIBLE MISTAKE
beginning on Honday, Nov. 9, and continuing.
Our Dry Good Stook will be sold for
Spot Cash,at wholesale prices in the
East. Our Stook is composed largely
of Staples, and you are now given an
opportunity to obtain nearly anything required in the Dry Goods line
at Sacrifice Prices. We need Cash.
No Goods will be charged	
W. T. Shatford & Co.
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DUN,   UKINKS
WILSON HOUSE,
SLOCAN, B. C.
li reached by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
Do not go past its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
A. E. TEETER,
Proprietor.
^k.rlington    KEotel,
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
L. fl. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
This popular hotel is cnnvenient to thn boats snd trains.   The dinin-r room
Is Strictly up-to-date whil-s the har is supplied with tl.e lust in the market
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
D A "rp C .   Travelling men. using Sample Booms. $2.50 per thv •
l\r\ I ,Co •    wlthsutSot«ploI*iOO"tis,$2i board $8 per week; iiipmI*-'>.V
JOB
PRINTING
J_\   A FIRST-CLASS STOCK.   .   .   3
£    HIGH GRADE WORK *"S
£-   REASONABLE PRICES.    .    -    ^
DRILL
OFFICE
Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco
You can get anything in these lines that you
require from us. Our stock in each is always
Wept fresh and well assorted. We handle the
best the market affords.   Prices are right.
A-C. SMITH,
SLOCAN
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Gents' Furnishings Selling at Cost H
The itook of the late A. David is offered for Bale at W"V
cost,      it TOinprii.es Top Shirts, Underwear, Ties, Qfl
Collars, Working Olothea, etc., etc.     Oomeewly vj
and get yeur choice. jH
Main Street, - - Slocan H
ifl[V^'CK-CKr'*«*r»***^*r»*r«*r^KTi-ffl
MERCHANT
TAILOR. . .
We carry a full line of
Imported      Worsteds,
.Serges uml Tweeds,
Latest designs shown
in Bantings.
In Ml.tuke tor Caster OU-Dlee la Terrible Agony Sam,, Henri After -Deceased Was it Blaoktralth anil Well Known
in the Slocan Ceuntry.
John Lavin, a blacksmith, and well
known in the Slocan, is lying dead at
thu Filbert, says last week's Sandon
Standard. It appears he purchased a
small bottle of castor oil at the drug
store a few days ago and left it in the
bar at the hotel until ready for use.
Friday after lunch, about half past
one, he took what was supposed to bo
the bottle containing the oil, poured a
large dose into a glass of beer and
drank it down, He was immediately
seized with the most violent pains,
and glancing at the bottle discovered
to his horror that he had taken carbolic acid in mistake. Dr. Gomm was
instantly summoned and did all medical skill could do to alleviate the
agony of the unfortunate man and to
extract the poison from the stomach,
but to no avail. The large dose takeu
was quick to ravage the system, and
Lavin happily was rendered unconscious. The doctor on a hasty examination ascertained that the* lungs,
Btomach anil throat were badly eaten
into by the deadly poison, and gave
out no hope.
Rev. Father Jeanotte was hastily
sent for and was soon beside the dy-
iiif" man. He administered tho last
sad rites of the Catholic church where
Lavin was stricken down, the men
present of all creeds reverently moving aside and uncovering their heads
during the solemn ceremony. The
unconscious form was taken upstairs
to a room, where restoratives were
a^-aiu applied, but all efforts of revival
were unavailing. Consciousness never
returnodrOnd Lavin passed away without a move ten minutes to six iu the
evening.
Little is known of Bavin's relatives.
He catiit* to Sandon over fix years airo
from the Coeur d'AIene*- and resided'
here continuously. He was a blacksmith by trade and about 80 years of
age. He was a native of Ireland and
of a kind, generous disposition. His
many friends here were shocked to
hear of the circumstances attending
his untimely end.
Ceegrove Concert Co.
As now constituted, the Cosgrove
Concert OrchestraCo.,which appeared
in the Music Hall on Monday night,
under the auspices of the local hospital, is alKiut the most pleasing organisation that ha* yet visited Blocan. The
company was greeted with a full house
and gave entire satisfaction. Each
number on the prolamine was a treat
in itself, being faultlessly given. The
individual members of the company
are artists in their lines, the whole revealing no weakness, Miss Slosson,
the soprano soloist, has a captivating
stage appearance and was compelled
t,*> respond to encores each time, as
also Miss Torgersen, the violin soloist.
The latter is a young lady still In her
teens, but possessed of unusual talent,
which .he is to improve by a course of
study in Germany. The entertainment
was strictly high class, such as is seldom heard outside of the large cities,
and it was deeply appreciated.
Jut a M.l.l Kick.
Mails to and from the C.P.I*., main
line are peculiarly handled just now.
They ai\* supposed to arrive everyday, alternating via Nakusp and Nelson. On the Nakusp day*' they get
here so late that matter is really not
obtainable till the next morning, so
making the service truly a tii weekly
affair, as it is those davs the mail arrives via Nelson. Saturday's mail gets
here so late that it cannot be touched
till Monday. But the outgoing mails
are simply a work of marvel. On
Monday. Wednesday ami Friday they
are dispatched via Nelson, while those
sent out the next day catch the same
lioat at Nakusp, making the out service also merely tri-weekly. The all
wise and Intelligent postal authorities
might save trouble by simply holding
all the mail over till the Nakusp days
of departure. The Slocan mail service
is certainly a beaut.
the Cripple Stick, statiug that a company had been organized in, Seattle to
develop the property. Tho company-
is known iis the British Columbia Gold
Reefs and they will seek registration
in this province. They state they will
uso every effort to make the Cripple
Stick a mine, and to that end will
continue development all winter.
HIGH SaRADE OltK.
Ottawa Mine hae a Woaderful Body ef
Minernl.
A woaderful body of oro is that
possessed by the Ottawa on its east
vein, and on tha fourth level. The ore
iu No. 3 has a record of aliout $.ri000
to the car, but that in the No. 4 is
richer, lending much additional value
to the recent strike. On one side of
the ledge a rich streak of this ore appears, being aliout a foot wide and
containing a large amount of grey
coppor. An assay on this Tuesday
save the astonishing value of 4724 oz
in silver. The oro is being sorted from
the balance of the mineral and will be
shipped by itself, making a bonanza
shipment.
The drift on the east vein has penetrated the oro body 80 feet, and tho
paystreak is widening. An immense
reserve of milling ore is being added
to tho mine's atsets by the east and
west veins. On tho former there is
4J feet of milling ore apart from the
rich streak. A general assay across
the full width of this give* upwards
of-40 oz in silver. The javstreak on
tho west vein is also 4J feet witlo and
it gives an average assay of 21 oz in
silver.
Manager McPhee went to Nelson
on Tuesday, to arrange with the Hall
Mines smelter for the shipment of ore
from ths Ottawa. The present smelter rate is $11 a ton, but ho aims to
gut a much more favorable rate, and
then shipments will start.
Mile, have been working on that property more or less since last summer.
Of late they havo been confining their
efforts to getting out ore, and they
have just concluded sacking up a carload, which was sent down this week
to Enterprise Landing for shipment.
It will be tho first ore shipped from
the Neepawa this year, and will make
the fourth shipper from that creek for
the season.
I.lquor I.ironic Application..
Four applications for hotel licenses
have lieen sent into the commissioners
of the Slocan district from parties in
this vicinity. They aro: C. Aylwin,
for the Enterprise hotel, at Aylwin;
Geo. Aylwin, for Taylor's hotel nt
Knterprisc Landing;.]. McKinnon,for
tln> Basin hotel, Arlington basin; and
S. Mc.Manus, for Lambert's hotel, at
Slooan .1 unction. Tke commissioners
will meet at New Denver, on Dec. 15,
to consider the applications.
Kick Strike on the Kail.
Word was brought down on Saturday that the lessees on the American
Bell, one of the Kepublic group, had
made a rich and substantial strike the
dny previous. It was made iu a 20-
foot shaft sunk from the open cut from
whenee the company last summer
•-hipped a carload of ore. When the
shaft was commenced th** ledge was
much broken up.but now it is forming
into place. Tht* strike is stated to
consist of a foot of shipping ore aud
aliout two feet of mineralizi d quartz.
Samples of the ore exhil iteu here
show argentlte, sulphides, and native
silver, raining the average up to over
400 os in silver, besides Sl8toS20 in
gold. The discovery will encourage
the company to resume operations in
the spring.
Relied by the Sheriff.
Once more the services of the sheriff
have been called into requisition to
straighten out tho tangle affecting a
local property. As tho result of two
judgments obtained by John Mc-
Latchie and R. C. Campbell-Johnston
against the Sapphire Gold Mining
Co., the sheriff has taken into possession the Sapphire, Champion, Sapphire fraction and Champion fraction
claims, on Twelve Mile creek, and will
offer the same for sale at Nelson today. The judgments amount to less
than $800. and it is understood the
claims wi'l lie bought in for the company, after satisfying the amounts
sued for and costs.
Qranby'r. First DIvMend.
The G tanby Consolidated Company,
whose interests are centred in the
Boundary camp, has notified its shareholders that those on record on the 1st
of December will receive a dividend of
1 per cent, payable on the Kith. This
is th<* first participation of the shareholders in the earnings of the company, which were $2,271,252 gross for
the "year ended June !«), and 1096,208
net." Of tke latter the shareholders
get S18d,680. The dividend is at the
rate of 4 per cent pec annum on tin
par valuo of the shares.
A New I'tiiiipnii v.
Word was received here on Saturday from Frederick Stock, Ixmder of
Sll.cr Quotations.
Following are the quotations for bar
silver ou the various days during tho
Weok since last issue:
Thursday     58"; cents
Friday    681   "
Saturday    58J   "
Monday    58     "
Tuesday     578    "
Wednesday    57J   "
Klaclt Prlaca Ora Hove*.
M. Cameron broke a rawhide trail
through to the Black  Prince on Mon
day, and has commenced moving out
a carload of ore.   The  lessees expect
to follow this up  with  two more cam
liefore Christmas and regular ship
orients after that. There iis an abun
dance of ore iu si^ht,
Neepawa to Ship.
Ed Shannon and Angus IfoGlllI
vray. owners of the Neepawa, on Ten
DOMINION ELECTIONS NEAR.
Ottawa Authorities Getting Ready for the
•fray.
The Dominion eloctions will be held
very shortly and people may expect
to see the official announcement any
day. At Ottawa active preparation is
lieing made for the fray, and there is
much life being put into things politic.
A significant move has lieen made by
the department of state, which gives
a true insight into the situation. A
request hae beeu made for copies of the
provincial voters' lists, the same to be
forwarded to Ottawa without delay.
As the Dominion lists are aiade up
from those of the provinces, it cau be
seen how significant the move is.
The political situation locally is
easier to handle now than at the last
election. Under the redistribution act
the old Yale-Cariboo riding is divided,
East and West Kootenay getting a
separate member. When the new-
election comes the struggle will undoubtedly be solely between the Liberals and Conservatives.with tho odds,
judging from the provincial contest,iu
favor of the latter. VV. A. Galliher
will undoubtedly be the nominee of
the Liberals, while tho choice of the
Conservatives is an open question.
The Tory rank aud file are looking for
a convention to be called at Nelson,
when a selection will be made. Both
Nelson and Rosslaud have aspirants
for the position.
Wedding Hells.
Slocan'• eligible bachelors have lieen
dropping off nt a great rato this year,
and the end is not yet. The latest to
fall a victim to Cupid's wiles is Joseph
Law, who, on Wednesday, was united
in marriage to Miss Elizabeth Ann
\\9 lker,the ceremony lieing performed
bv Kev. W. Simons, of Knox church.
The bride wa.s supported by her sister,
while Harvey Aitchison lent his aid
to the groom. Mrs. Law and her sister only arrived on Monday from
Woaverton, near Chester, England.
The newly married couple have taken
up housekeeping in the cottage formerly occupied by J. G. McCallum.
A Ilii; I'leiirlngRala.
Shatford & Co. are rapidly getting
rid of their stock of drygoods, as they
deserve to. seeing that everything is
marked down to cost price. Those
looking for Christmas gifts will find
scope for purchasing at that store.
There is also on hand an elegant stock
of gents' furnishings and boots and
shoes. For Christmas groceries and
fruits there is a wide range, and the
busy housewife can secure anything
she inav desire for the holiday festivities. Shatford & Co. are steady patrons of The Dbill and through it
have become widely and favorably-
known.	
Where to Bay Xuiin Goods.
J. A. Anderson, the druggist, be*
lieves in advertising and The Drill
will testify to the worth of his goods.
Just now he is displaying a lovely line
of Christmas cards, of the newest designs; also the very latest things in
playin-* cards. He is getting in n
choieo stock of stationery, as au adjunct to his drugs. Noxt week he will
have in a general line of Christmas
"foods, within range of any man's
pocket book. Just call around aud
sue the gtxxls and you will be sure to
purchase. Call early and get a choice.
HI. Ami raw's Society.
Last Thursday evening the annual
meeting of St. Andrew's Society was
hold in the city hall, there lieing a fair
attendance. The officers elected for
the ensuing year are: President, J. G.
McCallum; Vice, W. S. Johnson; sec-
trea., T. McNeish; chaplain. Kev. Mr.
Simons; marshal. D. S. McVannel;
bard, K. T. Anderson. The officers
elected are also thc executive commit*
tot*. Arrangements were mado to hold
the annual sup->er of the society at the
Arlington Hotel next Monday night,
to which all .Scotchmen are invited.
OUR   ORE  SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIA!.   SHOWING   MADE   »T
THIS   DIVISION.
Lait Tear's Shipments Were 6333 Tens—
A Healthy Kvlden.ee of the Life aad
Wealth of the Camp- Katorprlsa thei
Biggest Shipper.
An improvement is to be noted
this week in ore shipments, the Enterprise having again got into line. It
sent out -40 tons to the Trail smelter,
raising its total for the year to close to
800 tons. The bins at tke mine are
kept pretty full of ore, so that the
output will lie fairly large for next
month. The Black Prince will also
enter the shipping list in a few days,
to be followed sixm after by the Ottawa. Exports promise to be heavier
after New Years. To date shipments
total 1139 tous.
For 1902 the ore shipments from
the local division amounted to rJ33S
tons, made up from 12 properties.
Following is a full list of the shipments this year to date:
MINI.. WEKE. TsrTlI,
Enterprise      40 795
Arlington  -h*
Ottawa  126
Black Princt  17
Bondholder  I
Dayton  12
Kepublic  70
Meteor  52
Hamilton  4
vVeatoaont  2
Highland Light  3
Alberta _. 3
Cripple Stick  2
Nauten  5
Hampton  S
Sapphire  5
40 1131"
MINES  AND   MINING.
The Boundary output last woek
rose to 18,(592 tons.
The Sovereign mine has been opened up with a small force.
The compressor plant at the Enter-
pri&e is running day and night.
A large qtiantitv of supplies was
sent up to the Myrtle this week.
A third furnace is to lie at once added to tho Boundary Falls smelter.
The returns from the recent shipment from the Sapphire were fairly
satisfactory.
Another instalment of the liabilities
of the Howard Fraction was paid off
during the woek.
.Smelter accommodation is not available to treat all the ore offering in the
Boundary mines.
Tho new bunkhouse at the Enterprise is a most substantial affair,being
four stories in height.
With six furnaces in operation, the
Granby smelter is treating upwards of
2000 tous of ore a day.
The Ottawa has soliejted new tenders for teaming to and from the mine.
The result wili bo made known next
week.
At the Oro Denoro mine, in the
Boundary camp, the cost of producing
ore has been reduced to 40 cents per
pound.
After three years'drifting the ledge
on the Foghorn mine, in the Ynnr
camp, has lieen struck at a depth of
900 feet. It shows-IJ feet of carbonate
ore.
The road to the Enterprise this
month has been in bad sliape, preventing ore coming down. Since the
snow came the ore has commenced to
movo again.
As a result of the past year's opera*
tions the Centre Star mine, Rowland,
ii out of debt, and with $70,000 in the
treasury    The net profit on  the ore
■hipped was 1265,000.
The workmen at the Cripple Stick
had a curious experience ou Friday,
when their blacksmith's bellows exploded and Hew into a thousand pieces.
Coal gas had got into it.
CUI.I.INUS.
llnaiii.al te Heath.
.lames Bell, an old-timer in the
country, was burned to death on Friday morning at Whitewater. It is
presumed the cabin caught lire from
the stove and the poor fellow was
burned in his lied. Deceased was 75
years of ago.
The land in the C, & W. railway reserve is shortly to be thrown open to
settlers.
The OP.R, payroll at Nelson is
abjut .*n(VX)0 a month.
Yesterday's rain ruined the sleighing.
H. R. .loiand and wife took a trip
to Nelson Wednesday.
The furniture of the mill boarding
house was moved away ynsterday.
Hiram Robertson has followed his
family to the coast and  will lemaii*.
there for the winter.
Tom Avison, who was injured in an
explosion at the Moilie Hutfhos some
time ais'o, is out of the hospital.
0. A. Hurlburt arrived in this week
from Detroit, on business connected
with the Champiou and Sapphire.
Ouly nine hotels are applying for
licenses in the upper Slocan, threo of
them being at New Denver aud two tft
Silvmtou 'll
A Love
Match.
Py SYLVANUS COB», Jr.
Mario grew up to womanhood,
boautihll and good, but poor. At
the age ot eighteen she married
ltal[ih Vimiy, who was a clerk of a
river steamboat, anil went with hlm
on his trips. They had been married ten years wheu a daughter was
horn to them, and whilo the mother
lay sick at Hatches, Ralph's boat
was blown up. and he was kiUYd.
Pauline, when she learned ot tho disaster, went, up to Nutchws, where who
found Mario dying. Tho presence of
her mother revived tho stricken one
for a li.tlo whilo, but not for long.
Maria, when sho know she must tlio,
gavo her infant into Pauline's hands,
saying to her: 'Be a mother to niy
child when 1 am gone, ond make her
life bright und ploaaant if you can.'
And so she died.
"Pauline, with hor infant grandchild in hor arms, went back to New
Orleans, whore sho nursed hor sacred
chargo for moro thitn a joar; but
she was very, very poor, and at
length sho resolved that sho woultl
seek hor o'.vn mother in the North,
.tntl tjive tho little one into hor keeping. Surely, 6ho thought, Rachel
would not refuse to accept thc sweet
i hilt! nf hor own blood so fnr n-
niDVofl in birth from tho event, of the
old bitter da>s. With this purpose,
Pauline set herself to raising nion-
a'v for tho journey, antl when sho had
done that, slu* set. for tli. Sho reached
lioston in autumn, and in timo she
found where hor mrrthor lived; but
her courage had failed her. People
told her that Rachel St. Clair wus
...nil and stern, ami she durod not
go to her And yet sho resolved
that she would givu tho child into
Itachel s ere .Shi* bore, hor grandchild to Rachel's door, through snow
and rto.-m, and awaited tho result.
The child was taken in, and Uachol's
l.i'.rt yearned toward it; and the
child, in turn, clung by natural in-
stin;t. to hir. Ami thus, without
knowing it, Rachel St. Clair prcss.;d
to her bosom her own f*reat-grand-
child—tho grandchild of her own
Paulino,
''Paulino Ivad plaiinod that, in
lime, sho would reveal the truth; but
when She knew that Uachol bad taken
the little ono to her heart an.l homo,
and adopted it as hor own, und given to it her own nume. sho hesitated.
Sho feared there might be a shock if
sho now told the truth. And sho hesitated—hesitated too long. Shu was
Sick when Rachel was sick, and knew
not whon Rachel die*!, or she might
have revealed lu*: self at ths last moment. And vet she holds in het
heart the blessed ossuratice that her
mother forgave her. Sho knows it.
for she has hoard it from.Christino's
own lips."
"Christine!" repeated Caspar, with
,t gas,i, ns though startled from it
frightful Uroam.
"Yes," answered tho woman. "Sho
whom yon have kflowu as Rachel St.
<.lair's foster-child is in trutli blond
of her blood,  and bono of her bono."
"\\lwre is Bhe now?" Caspar demanded, with another gasp. Ub; spoko
as ut a venture, ns a man easts the
die upon the turn ol whi It his life
depends.
"Since I am her keeper," replied
tho toller of tho story, "I will pto-
duce her."
And thus speaking, she turned to
the floor and opened It, and directly
afterward led Christine into tlie
room. The maiden shrank and shivered when she mot the gazo of Caspar; but when she saw how frightened and terror-sirickon and abject,
how pale nnd ghasily, he looked, and
how kindly other eyes beamod upon
her, slio took courage,
Even tho Judge fell bis hearl warm
and pulsate to a more tuneful motv*
surc, its he bohcld th'- marvelous
beauty of tliis girl.
Alexander Compton, whon he saw
tint' In- sfl'it Caspar wus us ono paralyzed, Hailed to his feet, and
struggled for uttoranct lie doubted, tha woman's story. Who atad
what was Bhe who thus appeared to
<iis;aut,  ha.-, i latin?
•l will till you," answered the
woman, In clear, ringing tor.es.
"The., • placing hor hand upon the
maiden's bead, "is Christine, child
ot Marie. Murle wus my child; and
i- -i ,,.n Paulino, child of Victor nnd
Rachel Sl l tan--all Inun 111 lawful
wedlock I"
I'lio Judge waved his hand, ond
Alexander Compton sunk buck Into
his seal and, fur tho timo, both he
.md Caspar scorned dazed and overwhelmed hy thi* utter wrock mid ruin
•if thojr crime-roared hopes.
\t,d then All/it Lofov.re, tho white*
haired iuv. yer of New Orleans, arose
and told how he had had charge ol
Rachel Si Clair's southern property
f.no'.ii twenty years, und how hi*)
father, Hubert Lofovrc, bad been
Rn i a * original attorney, as well us
the nit ni noy of her husband, und
i,ad. full seventy years before, drawn
ip   tin.,   will,   nn attested   copy   of
Which hum hn   upon the table heft.ro
hlin.
\ii<i thru Lofovro produced a volu-
iiiiiiii'u:■ pink, t of pui era, each bear*
Ing Hu. official seal of authenticity,
.mil proceeded, In detail, to establish
thc truth oi the statements Pauline
hid made.
\tt v  a i ui'...*   Caspar b tar ted    up,
lie had boon (struggling hard, mid
tvus uvldniitl*,  In gical tllHlrerS.
<l< r.tlomeii,'1   he   sunt, in un   mi-
natural tonoi "wo musl ^u and nm
Milt our lawyer,  Mr, Compton knows
ir it how to ui i."
\iiti i.'ii.'ipur nnil his father hastily
I 11 t l.i.-  loom-  and  Joft Iho house.
"Vou un* aware, gentlemen," suid
I .*•"•"*. re after the twain hud gono,
Uiftl  those t*.*o ure   father and son?
'I he ,\ ..linger   is   truly   Caspar    f'onip-
lon.   V.li; i    -.line's they hove    hjiii-
mittcd in pushing this work you can
judge as Well ns I. That. Ccs-par des-
troyed Rachel's will l am assured.
Touching thc death of Uulf.u-d nnd
the disappearance of the two witnesses, J havo strong misgivings, especially since wo know of tho forcible
abduction of this young lady."
"Ah!" said the judge, "ivo ought
not to have stilTcied them to dopait.
1 wil have thorn arrested this vory
night! And now," ho added, turning
to the administrator, "1 think we
Shall have no difficulty, at the next
session of our court, iii settling tho
Brooks Ido estate."
"I think, your honor," returned
the administrator, "that I will put
Madame Paulino in possession at
onco, subject, of course, to future
appro val of thc court."
"No," said Pauline. "1 know that
it was my mother's will that Christine should toe tho solo possessor. I
shall be content if I can seo that
will executed."
"As the matter now stands," remarked the judge, with moistened eyes. "wo must put you
in possession ns the direct and legitimate heir. If you choose to transfer tho estate to your grandchild,
you havo tho right."
"Then, my darling," cried Pauline, clasping Christine to her bosom, "all, oil ia yours; and, as I
promised   you,    the    brighter   days
have begun!"
*,.#•• •
[COSTKtStO.]
Stadriniv oa the Cant.
"We have something of a reputation
ont west for hustling." said n business
man from Kansas City, "but I never
saw sucb persons ns New Yorkers,
hoth men and women, for working on
iho tro|ley cars, the elevated and the
ferryboats, I wonder the companies
don't lind some plan for renting desk-
mom in public conveyances. It is customary to sec men rending ou the cars
everywhere, but you havo to come to
New 1'ork to find half the passengers
on a car correcting typewritten manuscript, humming over music scores,
casting up accounts in little msmoran-
duin books or on the back of un envelope nnd poring over shorthand lessons. Persons studying foreign languages read them aloud on the cars,
and nobody appears to pny auy attention to them except visitors from other
cities, wbo arc not accustomed to see
such ostentatious Industry at home.
They don't do that even in studious
Boston. I have noticed that advertisements for lost manuscripts and notebooks constantly appear ln the news
papers."-
A Motto Gone Wrong.
King Francis I. of Prance, who
reigned in the middle of the sixteenth
century, dressed himself elaborately
for the battle of Pnviti, which he expected to win and thereby to become
tho master of Italy, ."m old chronicle
snys: "The king of France in bis armor went about from squndnui to
squadron, and he wore over his mall
a surcoat of brocade and brown velvet checker wise, with many P's embroidered thereon iu velvet on the
brocade and in brocade on the velvet
and witb cords of gold and brown silk.
On bis helmet he wore a groat yellow
and brown plume, the feathers drooping dowu to the horse's flanks, and
from the midst of them rose a brown
pennon with a red salamander, having
above It n great gilt V and around lt
the words, This time and no more.'
This motto he bore because he thought
on that day certainly to make himself
lord of Italy." However, he lost the
battle nnd was taken prisoner.
The maximum endurance of a IS
Inch gun is ilOO firings, while the 8
Inch gun thay be fired upward of "000
times without iujury.
Didn't Hart Marti.
"•"Well, iny boy, have yon boon to the
da'ntlst'sr'
"Yes. sir."
"Did yon cry much?"
"No. sir."
"That's n brave boy. I'm going to
give ynu a quarter for thut. Did It
hurt ti grent denIV"
"No, sir."
"Why, how Is thut';"
"The dentist wasn't at home."
Opiviirf unit y.
"Well," said tbe boarder who was
I'oud of quoting tilings, "opportunity
knocks once at overy man's door."
"Huh!" snorted Blopny, "on opportunity to pay my board bill knocked at
my door four times today."— Philadelphia Public Ledger.
Tlifi   I nliiipt.v   Afrimril.
"Prisoner, have yon anything to suy
iu your o.-n behalf?"
"Weill jedge, it like dis. Dat lawyer
o' mine be got me n> tnts'bly eonfustl-
Cnted dut I really dunno what I done
nor what I done it for."—Cleveland
1'hiin Dealer.
Ily  Pro*jr.
".lames, an* ynu tint coming to Sabbath school today.?"
"No. tna'iiiu. I hired er lUtaUtOOt fer
t'roo  marbles tnt' or piece of chcwln'
gum."* San i''runeirK'o ESxamlner,
I'mul  .Mtnl  of lh.   W.>>•-!*.
"What did yonr wife Nay wbon you
;nt borne?"
".My dear sir. I'm do dictionary, ami
anyhow it wonld be easier to pick out
'he   word*   she  ovorWiokid."--''*""**■*"'■'
Distance I.cutl*  lOiiolinuluirnl,
In one of Mr. Chase's classes in
painting was a young chap who could
not pnlnt pictures much better thnn
he could Bave money, and tbe allowance given to him by his father was
very often gone beforo he knew it. One
day Mr. Chase was talking to the
class on the subject of perspective, and
this particular student dl.i not appear
to get tbe idea vory clearly. To make
it plain Mr. Chase „*ent back to the
rudiments to get a good start.
"You understand," lie said, "that the
farther you get away from any object
the smaller lt appears?"
The young fellow shook his head.
"No," be replied doubtfully, "I'm not
so sure about that."
Mr. Chase was provoked and not a
little surprised at such ignorance and
said so.
"It's all right as to some things," responded the studeut. "but not all. Now.
there's a ten dollar bill. The farther
I get away from that thc bigger It up
pears."
Old Clothe* Ornaments.
The rich are not unthrifty. That
probably explains wby they ure rich.
You have beeu told of the wealthy
wives in our New York Faubourg St.
Germain who after wearing a gown
twice or three times at most sell it to
a certain Sixth avenue dealer in secondhand clothes for about one-sixth of
Its original cost. Women in moderate
circumstances who know this dealer
keep themselves In finest regalia at a
reasonable outlay. Rich men nre more
particular aud less thrifty than rich
women. They despise the "ole clo's"
man and prefer to hand down their
east offs to servants to do with as
seemcth good to thr*ni. But many a
parlor ornament in swell houses Is
bought with old clothes; many a new
[tot or kettle In my lady's kitchen Is
tlie result of barter with the peddler.
Animals and Second Sight.
It Is a common belief that many nnl-
mals see  ghosts  and   future  events.
Kernor declares that they are endowed
with bccotid sight. This faculty is
thought to be especially strong in dogs
and horses. Storks are known to bave
foreseen the burning of bouses on
which thoy have la-en wont to build
their nests and to have abandoned
them, taking lip thoir abode on other
buildings or on tr-**-- in the vicinity.
No sooner hud the anticipated conflagration taken place and a new house
been orotrtod on the snnr? site thuu tliey
returned und built their nests BS liefore.
Otdent Cloak  In the World.
The  grunt   Clock  Of   Wells  Ciithetlr.ll,
In Somersetshire, I'nglutnl. is very
nearly the oldest s:::d certainly tho
m"*st Interesting of clocks In existence.
if was built lu 1822 by Peter Light-
foot, one of the monks of Olnstotibury
abbey, six itille'i from Wells, where it
r;> ti for 280 years until the nbbey was
dissolved by Ueury VIII and Its lust
alalia.! bunged over tho town gateway.
The clock was then rem ivetl lo Wells,
where it bus beeu running ever since.
—St Nicholas. _
St.  DnnMnii   and   llu*   lli**. II.
One of the most famous smiths nf
tho Would was St. Dnnstan, archbish
op of Canterbury, May Hold, lu Sussex,
is the site of nn undent archloplscopnl
palace, and hero, according to soinu,
took place the terrific encounter l»c-
(v.i-on St. DUDStan luul the devil. At
any rate, the anvil, hammer and tongs
which are alleged to have belonged to
the saint nre si ill preserved at May-
flchl unlace.—Ceutletuau'a Magazine.
Tin-', FIRST BABY.
Whnt. joy thoro is In.tltC homo when
tho first hnby comes, and yet to iho
young and inoxpationced mother who
has to euro for it. there is no olh>r
period oi* her life so trying. In tho
littlo ills that m-..' certain to come
the IneXperlencod mot lur scarcely
knows what to do. To tho yonng
mother—to nil mothers—Baby's Own
Tablets nre a real blessing. They
promptly euro sueh troubles hn constipation, role, Hour stomach, dlnr-
rboea ami simple fevers. They break
up colds, destroy worms, allay the
irritation accompaiu/lng tbo cutting
of   teeth   and   pr>*vo:il     more    BorlOUS
ills. These Tablets are sold under n
guarantee to contain no opinl", nor
any other of tin* harmful drugs nl-
ways found In tbo so-Called "soothing" medicines. Thoy aro good for
all children from th" now born bob"
to tllS w.ll grown child If vou do
not. find tho Tablets ut your modl-
einf dealers send as cents to The nr
Williams Medlcino Oo., Brookvlllc,
(int.. und a box will lit* e»'.!i!'*d yon
post paid.
Walk ia the li-jrkl. aad ."-.on shall
«*•• thy pftth, Wi»vgt) storey btiglit
-Bnnoa.
FOOLED ALL FRANCE.
Iinpoxtor Mnde Parts I*ellev«* He Wa*
Ambasnador From Persia.
Toward the end of thc yeur 1714 si
ccrtuin Mehemet Kizabecii, who called
himself ambiissador of the king of Persia, and the bearer of his commands,
disembarked at Marseilles.
He was received at two leagues from
Purls by the Baron do Breteuil. usher
of ambassadors, and the Marshal de
MutJgnon. On tho 24th of January,
1715, ho made his soleinu entry into
tho. capital with great pomp.
lie declined the royal carriages generally used ou such occasions and entered on horseback, preceded by the
finest horses of tho king's stables, superbly caparisoned and accompanied
by trumpets and bands of music.
The ambassador, richly arrayed ra
the Persian costume, was attended by
n numerous train of domestics and
preceded by a herald hearing the Persian standard. The presents which he
Offered to the king were very inconsiderable.
After passing ii short time ln Prance.
dining which ho concluded, in the
name of his pretended master, u treaty
of alliance with Louis XIV.. he sailed
from Sweden and Denmark nnd was
never hoard of later.
Klzabeeq. according to the "Memoirs
of the Itolgn nf Louis XIV..*' wns a
Portuguese who had never soon the
prince lie represented tvv even visited
a singlo provlnco of Persia. The government paid the expenses of his excellency, which amounted to 1,000 11-
vri's a day.
I Th* barghM" ellabed tw tho office
Mtrtitloa* "It ia -mil to bo ou the
■mfe side." ■**•"* •"-•••• Tl»'n be begun
work mi tlie vuult
Is thm 101 PlnoJ vineyard, Southern
California, is the largest tursndy still
I in tho world,    it  is capable of eon-
**-4rt.Bg   t$,inx> R-aill'.ns  oi   wine    into
I brandy every  twenty-four hours.
The Uhkit ttans of Uu>
sn ara ns Ion* us hi. £"* •*' At,
,. »*•*"•, m
h,H wivr* „
nan  ar* as  long uh  his tin      o( A«-
Ihe akM duty of live 0, _\f^,*M
lius
to  taka caro of  them.   )i
one hundred wives.
ott
A brilliant signal light u.   *,,,
City is visible nineteen muL    mi
Each  yeur  it burns  -*,-2t
oil.
■K
,at Ma,
gallona «
MANY HELPLESS
WITH PARALYSIS
Who  Could   Now   be  Well  Had  They but
Known of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Old   _%Ke  Troth.
At tbo postmortem examination on
a Bosnian woman who died at the ngo
of ICKi years it was found that she luul
grown fresh tooth daring the hist year
of hor life.
Coughing is the outward sijn     !
of inwaid disease.
Cure the disease with
tShiloh's
Consumption
Vy\llT6    The Lung Tonic
and the cough will stop.
Try it to-night.
If it doesn't benefit you
we'll give
your money back.
Prices 25c, SOc and $1.00
s. C. wells * CO.
Toronto, Cu. L.Ro), K.V j
CarlaB an  In.itur  Patlrut.
A patient entered thc consulting
room walking backward, nnder the delusion that bis bead had got a twist
round and that his face was tnrned the
wrong way. Instead <>f laughing at
hiin, us I expected, the doctor entered
into the ease wltb tha* greatest gravity,
tapping his patient's head .ill over,
looking into his throat and curs and
sympathizing with hiin. The patient
wns at once won over and placed the
utmost confidence in the doctor's assurance that a complete euro would lie effected In a few days, voluntarily exercising the greatest care iu currying
out the medical directions, which consisted in elaborate nothings to keep
the patient occupied,
A day or two afterward the doctor
met him with felgued surprise and con-
gratulated blm. "On wbat?" asked thn
patient). "Judge for yourself," replied
the doctor, bantling blm a mirror. The
tnan surveyed his corrugated counto
nance Intently for o tew seconds, wben
wilh tbo dawn of conviction there Btole
n grin iuto his stern features, Thanking the doctor, be skipped out of the
i-oom in a frenzy of delight—London
Tit-Bits.
.llRrrfljliai  of  Moniorj..
A postal clerk in a civil service examination dial mil make a sin-Ii* error
in properly sorting 42,0(10 lest postal
cards, each representing a post office
In a certain territory assigned. This
wns done at the nite of thirty-three
and one-half cards a minute. "Far
moro noteworthy,'' thinks American
Medicine, "ls tin* tni-inory of nn expert
piano player, who will piny nn entire
season's concerts without s not., of
printed music before blm, iiis memory Is so perfect lhat hundreds of thou
sands of notes must be at the orderly
and Instant disposal of the will, and
this is combined w ith n multiplicity of
synchronous recollections of timbre,
tempo, expression, etc. Tho mystery
It nt present past the hinting of any
explanation, and this fact Is us beautiful ns it is appalling, it shows us how
far we nr.> from nu.v real science of
psychology."
I «i.11.1,   Mnn.
"I (old hlm l never wanted blm to
■peak to me again, and dial ho Bhould
not atlempl to cnll mo inn,; . nud that I
wus going strnlgbl home und ihere wns
mi uso iii culling mo, und mid I wonder If (lie silly thin;* |iu,*ii,!n i0 wait
mill! I .nn ''lour oul uf hoiti'lim,"
Wo do not claim that every one'
who is paralyzed can be cured by
naing Dr. Chuse's Nerve Food, for
many are beyond tho reach of any
medical treatment and must finish
their days in helplessness and suffer-1
ing- !
It is rother to those who are only
partinlly paralyzed and to those wbo
ore slowly but surely developing tho
symptoms which indicate tho approach of sueh ailments that wo
would suggest the advisability of
vising Dr. Chase's Nerve Fond, the
great, food cuie [or diseases of the
norvos.
When yon find yourself lying awnko
nights, suffer from indigestion and
headache, feel drowsy utter meals
and losing energy, ambition and
courage, It is timo to pay attention
to the norvos. You may find yourself   irritable   at   limes, worried   over
little things, unable to concentrate
tbe mind,  forgetful nnd absontmlnd-
ed.   dlsheartena'd     and     discotirngisl
Hotter   give somo  attention    to    tbo
nerves
Mr. Criase'S Nerve Food ruri-s nnd
prevents  paralysis    and    locomotor
ataxia.   It does  not ease (,., .
ing     unconsciousness  und „„„ T*****
sleep.      It    does    not    kff**
nerves as do opiates und t*rtet
Dut,  on tho other hand, by aw,..,1,**
ne.ture   and   supplying the ti,'^
from    which   are  formed  new h  ;!
and nerve force, effects thoroiwh ^h
lasting curo and is bound to \J_\l
all who use It. v
Seldom, if ever, has nay n,rtlci
secured Hu<-h hearty endorsement rf
physicians and people alike TV
cures which It has brought abow
have often boon most extraordinary
and anyone who regularly and J,'
Btstently uses this great food cur,
is sure to find It of InestlnuS
value ns a nerve restorative and
blood builder.
Hy noting your Increase In mti*
while using Or. Chnsr's Nerve Poo.
you can prove thnt nrw firm fl.^
and muscular tissue arc being initio
to tho body. 50 rents a box, iii
boxes for 52.50, at all dealers, «
Edtnanson, Hates & Compuny, Toi.
onto. To protect you against lai-
tntions thu portrait nntl signatureobI
Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous rttetpt
book  author,  ure on every box.
'Topper,"   tho    littlo   boy   asked,
"what kind o! u liorso is it thut they
call a plug?" "A bulky one, uiy
son. 'Hiey call him that because he
is a stopper.
Ther*   never   wiih  anil  never   will   l*s    »
UiaiVa-IB.nl    IIHIIII'Hft     ill   OIBO   IlllBi'.IV      lo!    all
u*k« t.a v. i.i.-h fliihli is heir—tbe very na-
{Jure bb( nuitiv a ui uiivi'M beinc sub-Ii Uin.1
Ufcro tlte fca»nn*i ol othor unit dineri'titl*.
Jv.'aai dltMSSOfl rooted In the Ht/Rtetn ol
(tae (aatlent — whut. would ra.iii'.c one 111
In turn would aggravate the other. We
have   however,   in     Quinine   Wine,     when
Ol.lBllllfl'l'   I'    III    HOUtlfll.     Ul:|!l|'ll\.ilifltflll    Stllta.
. remedy for many utul Rrtovous ills, Uv
«.*■ khiiI'bhI uml IllidlClOUJ use tlia (mil.-nt
swo.-nih tare IbhI Into <a,n. ,w. M-a-iKa* una
*4.ri'iit*,ili liy tlie influence which Quinine
eHtTts   on   niiluie's   own   retUorutlvee     It
".<*!*.■'. i ■•        the      drOOPttUt    t.|.ill's    (W        tllaaia
tvilji whom u chronic stnte of niortiiil
itetfliaaariileiir.v   aurl   luck   nf   Interest   Id   life
i** n. aiiia'ase. uitflj bv tranqulliting the
nerves, dlspostoa to Bound uud refret-hitii;
■leep—■Import! vlcor to th? action of the
IjIooiI. whieh, hi'iiac atlmulated. courMi'H
through the veins, siriinitttoiiini; the
H.'nli.hv nnitiml lunctlone of th» avHtem.
thereby iinikintr activity a a.ec.*Hsiirv result, a -. :.^' li.a.'n.. the triune u.nd i/IvImi*
lifo taa Hie digestive Organs, whieh naturally demand Increased ubstance—result
Improved uiiiaeiite. Noithron A I.*, mun
of Toronto, have clven to the iaui.lt.-
llieir .Sutaerlor Quinine Wino r.t the unuai
rati and, iru,ti,*i"J bv the oi'lmonH ot
flcieiitiiit!". Uie uln>' afinronchefl n';are«l
perfection   oi   any   In   the     market.      Ah
all UC.l'.'t'a     S«ll     it.
Enfant terrible—"And did they go
into the ark two by two ?" Mamnta
—"Yes, dearest." Enfant terrible—
"Well, who went wltb auntie?"
ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT
Removes all hard, soft or calloused
lumps and blcmlnhes from horses. t>lood
spavin, curbs, uphills, ringbone, Sweeney,
stifles sprains; cures sure and suoullen
throat, coughs, etc Have 160 by the
use of one bottle. Warraiitecl the most
wonderful llleininh Cure ever known.
Sold by all drogetttts.
How married lifo does chango
one." "From what I Itave obsorved
I Bhould Buy it changed two."
i". ■"   RICHARDS & CO.
Dear .sirs.—a few daj-H ago I wns
taken wiiti ,t sovere pain un.-l contraction of the cords ol my leg, und
hnd to be taken homo In a rig. I
could not sler|i for pain, nnil was un-
e'l'.i' to  put  my  fool   to  the floor      A
frit nd tnid me of your MINARD'S
LINIMENT, and ono hour fiaim tin*
first appl'catlon I was nblo lo walk,
nnd   tin*  pniti   entirely  dtsapDoared.
Vou enn use nr. iiaino as freely ai*
you like, as I considor it tho b*'si
remedy l have over uBod.
CimiSTOPHER (JERRY
Ingoraoll, Ont.
lb' thnt swells in prosperity win in.
sure to sink in adversity —CoRon,
i
I'pright   simplicity   is  thc  deepeel
w isihun - Harrow
ii there wero no   future   Ufa   our
souls   would  not   thirst   for   it —llich-
tcr
We know what nil good doctors think of Ayers Cherry
Pectoral. Ask your own doctor and find out. He will tell
Cherry
Pectoral
you how it quiets the tickling
throat, heals the inflamed
lungs, and controls the
hardest of coughs.
," Aytv'a Ctinrry I'eetonl la well known In
piisfimljj.   We think lt II theba.attneal|.liiB
In tuo wotlil for --, u-i • still cold.."
Katic * a,', .usoN. C.lsluini.Cn;.
■uitwaaai.      for _ lew,
Mai-.s
Hard Coughs
fm*m**mo**tmm»mtmmm—mmtm*ami J
Ono of A/inr'o Pllt| at bedtime will
hftsten   recovery.   Ccntly  laxative.
Mamma—"Willie, where are Hioi*".
iiFiiilcH gone that wen* in the BtOi>
room?" Willie—"Thoy ora with thi
gingerbread that wns in tho vnt-
bottrd.''
$100 Reward $100.
Th* r«nl<*Tii ot this pnp.r will be rH-two »
l-nrii that thfl-ri. 1. at l"»st or.p dr.iial.,1 atiae**,
that wla-n*?-' lion N*n ahl. to ctir.. tn uil IW
•taffpii. and thut l*i Catarrh IIjII'f auu-ri,
•Curi. If the only iioslllvc cure row kinwn tu e.
median) fiatrrnlty. l.'atarrh belni u con.titj-
tlunal illivpaw, rr^iBilr^i a COIUtltuUcmt] tr.«'.-
mint. BSll'l (Catarrh <"uri. I. teknt InterrjUlj,
iu tli.K directly upon tho lilfl-oii ainl mucoui iiv-
ttteee ot the ■yeten. thereby dtelraylni U»
fajuiKlatton flaf the dleeeee, and iilvinK Uu di-
tlont itrenKth by bulldtn** up th- rain«ta»itlii»
and a-wliatlnit nature In ilolnit its work. TtM
imaprlfl-ton. luivi* ki inth-h fiilth In lit rtirmin
power«. that lh«*y offer On* llun,!r-d Dolltn
tor any case that It falle to mire. Send for ta:
of uratlnvanlal.    Adilrti..
P.J   CHKNET * CO., TtMtlt
Bold br nil drufidete> Ttac
Hall'a Knnilly PUIS are the t**rt
"Which winilil you rather da), J»f-
Icy, ki*,n u i*irl on her lips or uu bei
eyes?"    "lier eyes, ol course.   Vo»
huve   to   do   it   twice*    to    tii\er till
ground.",
Minard's Linimcat Cares Colds, ete.
"linn- docs Jibson stiiuii prossr-
ity since he came in"-*1 his lortnmr
"Oh, be stands it all right, but >«*
lirrtty  rough ou his friends."
FOR INFLAMMATION OF 11TE EV*
—-Among thi* many im><"I aualltlee mam
Parmelee'a Vegetable Wile i'"-*-'-'* •**
nui..*. reguletlns tbe dlseetlve orguu -j
their efflcacv iu nslufltu.* iiilliiiiiiini'.i.'o "'
tha eyea. H haH luiieii forth many »
taiM ol recommendation irom tho-.' sis
were itfl!li-t«l with thi* COUipUlot »•»
found it rare in the pllla They afteirtwe
nerve cent nil nnd the blbod In u *'u:'1"™-
iuitlv active \wiv. and tbe rwiult w "*■
most Immediately iwsn.
The .Musti'r—"iH it raining vtsr/
hard, Thomas ?" The Kervont—"m
Blr, unly htUlstoncs, sir."
Slinara's Liniment Cures Dipbtheria.
Where there i*. roiini in the hear
then* is always room ia the houso**"
Moore.
('nuil'l ii^r  Is
tun   the parent
ton.
the child ol avarita
ol  prodignllt:    Co*
Use 1 over's Dry Boap In now*Jj
t.i wash wpolltMis und Ilanncl8.-J*"
will Tike it • ■
The world is crowded only In s'"»
There     lire     Mill      30,C*-«.000     BOm*
milm of ih" itirth'n stiriut" that "is
not been explored.
Lsssnds  Ahont thf Moon.
"in Ceylon," says n blstorlnn. "*■
snld thnt ii-. Rnkynmnnl wo* one W
wandering bnlf starved In tiie fowjt*
pious hare mot blm end offered It**
to lio slain ami cooked for dlo"*
wherenpon the holy Bntldha wl It*
hli-li in tho moon Hint future r,<*1*'
tlotiH of men ml«ht w**.' H i'»l1 '""n
Ot Its pietv." t
In the Simioiin Islands these oars
patches ure supposed to bo portions
n woman's figure.   A certain wo™0"
was onco hammering sometblng "
n mullet when the moon aro»e, i""k'"-;
ho much like n breadfruit that too woman iiKi,.'d it to come down and oiw
her child to t'ut off :i piece of »■ *
tbe moon, onrased at the Insult. P
iiiiti up woman, mollet and cUiio.«
then* in tin* moon's belly .vou may 8U
hchold Ihem.
lamll-l.  Str«*«*t  Nam-*"-
Tin* Hngllsb towns have men' '
tiiiftlve   mui   Interesting  name»
their streets thnn -tmorlcan *"'*n9' ,.
most of which m.in.v ""troeti an
ply   numbered.    l*n.i<in's <1"'"'.|M
und Aldwy.li nr.   im'1" tl*«» '"'''„„„;.
by oddities many tfrnwutrnngor.
hum is :t street in Vorli nnd 1"n'
KiltP In I'.'irlisle.    Norwich Is «•*»»
ot dnra distinctions In Its '''''.' p|.
wall;, .-lini Shrewsbury mn"' sl:1 ,- ',.
mosi al the hend of n lisl of l>ec.m»
lies  with  Its street  Inbuletl uow w
which may or may not |"' "';' (|.„.,
NfV.-nisllf's DoglCfip Slali'*-: !-'■■     j
Newciistlo  hns   Putltlln« <''11"'
What muy that slunll'.v'-' SUPPLEMENT TO THE DRILL,
■
SUOCAIN,
B. O.
Name of Porson Assessed
Slu.rt Description of Property
-Continued.
le of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Slocan I
Assessment District, Province ot British Columbia.
,. .by irive notice that on Tuesday, the Kth day of December, A. D. 1903. at the h
'clock in the forenoon, at the Government Office, at  Kaslo, B.  C.,   1 shall sell
en°L .rimi the lands hereinafter set out of the persons  in said list hereinafter set out,
lie auction thi	
j i*   ment taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December,   1902, and for
JCla'lvl . • I      Jt . I. _     _ _ _,     . e - J .*_! SJ   __!_
1903. at the hour
at
for
i il
eal
sts and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale.
Hill, Alfred 	
Elliott, John	
Uititt, John	
Fletcher, V	
Bourne Urothers
Qrlmmett, M. L.
Hill, A	
Elliott, .lohn	
Elliott, John .'...
Elliott, John	
McGillivray, A.  .
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John
N.lHla'
■lien, A. •
fcHugh
A. ••
Wm.
of Person Assessed
Short Description of Property
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tier,
Win.
line
ijienBhl]
Wm.
ichanan. G 0,
"ianan, 0.
m***, ';■
ichanan. i- •
ichanan, G l
ichanan, G. 0,
ichanan, *•• <J
icianan G. "
ichanan, G. 0,
ichanan, G 0.
ichanan, G 0.
ichanan, G. 0
ichanan, G. 0.
hanan, G. 0.
ihanan,i; 0.
luchanau. G. 0.
banan G "
hanan, G "
IcLeod, Angus
hanan, G
ichanan. G
ichan
ichanan, G
'■;*  ■'
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ties, Cti
Iras, A  R
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(Trust ft')
THREE FORKS.
|Lot 26, Block 5 	
...Lot 34, Block 5 	
..JLotB 35-36, Block 0 	
...ILot 4, Block 7   	
...Lot 28 (half of), Block 8 ...
...Lot 28 (halt of), Block 8 ...
A RUE NT A.
....Block 2 	
. ... Block 4 	
Delinquent Taxes
Taxes
Interest
Date of Salt-
Statutory
Costs
anil
Expenses
Total
$ 7.20
12.00
8.00
6.40
.40
1.60
(Trustee)  [Block
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■ Block 24   	
■ Lots 1-4. lllock 20  	
. • Lota 17-2(1, Block 26  	
.. LotB 6-12, Block 27 	
. ■ Lot 21, Block 27 	
.. Lota 11-12, Block 28	
.. hois 21-22, Block 28	
.. Lota 1-8, Block 29 	
.. Lots 13-16, Block 29	
.. Lots 3-4, Block 33	
.. Lots 13-14, Block 33	
.. Lnts 15-16, Block 34 	
. ■ !.nts 9-12, Blnck 36 	
. . Lois 1-4 (50 feet of), Hltitk 40 ..
.. LoU 1-1, Block 42	
.. Lots 1-5, Block 44 	
,.. Block  B	
... Block  a	
.., Block  K	
AINSWORTH.
... Lol 14, Block A	
... Lol  10, Block B	
... Lot lu, Blnck I)	
... Lois 50-51, Block E	
... Lot 20, Block <;	
. .. Lot 7. Block BE	
l'l LOT   BAY.
... Lol  5, Block  4   	
... Lota 19-20, Block 7 	
... Lot s. Block 8 	
 1 1-4 litres. Whai f Reserve ...
BALFOUR.
.**• La,:  ::. Block 3  	
■••• Lois  18-19, Block 9  	
■ *•■ Lots 1-2,  Block  13 	
■ •" Lots 7-8,  Block   13  	
•••• Lois   12,   Block  11   	
.*■■ Lol 9, Block 22 	
■ *•• Lota 3 i. Block 23	
••••ILot 8, Block 23 	
and 10, Block 30 	
HOWSER.
Lois 13-14 iK. 1-21, Block 134
Lot 12. Block 136 	
Lot 10, Block 148 	
BAND A: MILLER'S AIM
Block  B	
Block  i"	
Block 29  	
Block 33A ,	
Hli,. k  54   	
Blot l.  56   	
;•*.. i 2 Block 61 	
'in.   k  S3   	
Block si   	
'Blork   '..7A	
■ IBlock 116 	
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Block 119 	
Mi DONALD S ADDITION
Lois 1-8 and 16-22, Block I
Block 5 	
Lota 1 5 and 11-1
Lois 16-20, Block '•
Blorks 7 and S .,.
Lol 1. Block 9 ...
Lois 13-16, Bloi k 9
Lois 1 3, Blork 10
Lot   11.  Block  lu  .
Lol   12,  Blork   1"   .
Lota 6-12, Block ll
Lota 15 16, Block
Lota 17-20, Block
Block   12   	
Dalant :' Lots and Bloi k
ROSEBERY,
Lol  21, Block 30  	
Lots l" 13, Block ""
NEW
Lol  1, 1"  ck 0. .
■ Lol   12, !'.■■
' ■     10, B
■ I.oi 12 (pn
Loi  i   Block 15 .
I      I   '■
Block  16
.     1, Blorl
Lo     ': :. i:
Lol    I 1-16, Block
., 26, Block 18
Lota 25 26, Bloi k
Lol ; l 2, Bl, i li 20
Lol i ll 12, Block
Lot is, Block 20
Lot 7. Block 21 .
Lol ll. Blork 21
Lol- 15 16, Block
Liu 6, Block 22  .
-ol 9, Block 33
Lots 25-28, Bloc
Lot 7, Block 35 .
Lots  16-16,  BlocV
Lois 5 anil 6, Block 31
Lot 15. Block 86 ....
Lots 20 and 23, Bloc
LoU 21-22, Block 37
Lots 23-24, Block
Lots 25-27. Block
Lots
3.13
3.13
3.13
3.13
3.13
3.92
1.45
1.05
1.58
.30
.92
3.04
1.57
.7s
2.40
2.40
4.00
9.00
8.00
9.60
5.35
3.12
3.12
6.13
l 60
1.60
2.00
.80
.08
1.60
I
4.80
16.00
6.00
12.00
.24
.48
1.92
.12
.21
.12
.16
1.20
2.40
.so
.so
.so
.so
.80
.80
.SO
.40
.80
.SO
.SO
.80
.SO
.80
TO KASLO
18
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34
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88   	
39   	
->**-23, Block  43   	
Lots 1-2 and I, Block 44 ..
L,ots7-8 and 17-18, Block 44
Lol 27. Block 46 	
Lol  1, Block 47 	
Ixits 9-1".  Block 48  	
Lol  26. Block 48  	
H,,!«t, John ..  Lot 6, Block 50 ...
i!1"1"   lohn  Lots  12-14.  Block
J; "   lohn  Lots 6-8, Block 58
•,''K. nzln  |)   !   ' It„»«. 0.19.   Block 53
'''iliin.Mi,'      	
Lois
Lois _____
Lots fl-12. Block
13-17, Block  r'3
Lois
.79
1.32
.88
.70
.04
.17
.34
.34
.34
.34
.34
.43
.15
.11
.17
.04
,10
.33
.17
.08
.26
.26
.44
1.05
.88
1.05
.58
.34
.34
.65
.17
.17
.22
.08
.1)0
.17
2.40
2.40
.80
1.20
1.00
,16
12.sn
.72
3.20
,40
2 SN
1.12
3.52
1.60
6.75
.16
123.00
1 J"
2.40
3 20
I '■ i
1 20
,80
S.I
,80
.sil
1.11
1.78
1.60
.SU
.64
,40
2.00
,16
.(il
6.80
1.60
1.04
.so
,60
.so
.80
4.00
.40
,48
.48
,64
.32
.60
.16
,16
.08
.24
.16
8.60
.40
1.76
.66
1.32
.02
.05
.03
.03
.21
."1
.03
.ni
.01
.13
.28
.08
.08
.08
.08
.OS
.08
.08
.04
.08
.OS
.OS
.OS
.08
.08
.26
.26
.08
.13
.44
.01
1.40
.08
.35
.nl
.32
.13
.38
.17
.7 "a
.01
.13
.26
,35
II
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08
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.08
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,05
.16
,19
.17
.us
.07
,04
22
.01
.00
.7.7
.17
.11
.OS
.or.
.os
.08
.44
.04
.or.
.or.
.07
,03
.06
.01
.01
.00
.02
.01
.94
.04
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2'.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
$ 9.99
15.32
10.88
9.10
2.44
3.77
Johnson, E	
Hammond, C. K.  .
Boisvert, William
Mulvey, T	
Hauck, Paul 	
Allen, R. E	
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2 00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
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2 00
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2.00
2.00
2.00
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2.00
2.00 '
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Thompson, W. J	
Grady, M	
Bendium, J. M. M	
Santlilantls, E. M	
Wilson,  B	
5.47   Dover, .1	
5.47   Hume, C, B	
5.47  Finley & Knowles 	
5.47   Barry & O'Brien   	
...47   BoWBer & Wilson 	
6.35 j Dover, J	
3.60 McKinnon, J. A. & Co. ..
3.16 Davis, R. C	
3.75 j Brandon, Joseph   	
2.43 i Dover,   J	
3.02' McDonald, A. K	
5.37 I Lane. T. R	
3.74 Mills, T. .1	
2.86 Dover, J	
4.66 ] Benedlum, •)• M. M	
4.66   Elliott, J. H	
6.44  Carey, Mrs. A	
12.65 Grady, William   	
10.88  unknown 	
12.05  Grady, Michael 	
7.93   Wilson.  B	
5.46 Grady, Michael  	
6.46  Jackson. ('.. A	
7.68 Daigle, S	
I McMillan,  A.   11	
3.77  Tyree, Mrs. M. L	
3.77 Grady, Michael 	
4.22   une, R. T	
2.88 Daigle, S	
2.08  Grady, Michael  	
3.77  Tingling, John 	
7.32   Bickford,  William   ■•••
19.76
8.66   Levi ique, Louis 	
15.32
McDonald afe Bradford ,
2.26 proulx, George 	
2.63 Johnstone, George 	
2.36 Reid, J. A	
2.35|
4.12 Mulvey & Clements ...
2.13 Mulvey ■£ Clements ...
2.27 Mulvey & Clements .. .
2.13 ! Oslnger,  G.  C	
2.17   Farn I, Henry  	
Mulvey & Clements ...
3.33  Mulvey & Clements ...
1 88   Harris. William   	
2.S8  Wicliman. A. P	
McRae, Alex. F	
2.88 Gething & Henderson
2 68   Woodcock. T. D	
•J 88 Mulvey & Clements ...
2.88 Mulvey & Clements ...
| Mulvey & Clements ..
Mulvey & Clements ..
USS
2.88
2.44
2.88
2.88
2 ss
2 ^s
2 ss
■j ss
4.66
Flint.  F	
McDonald, W.
J.
4. Uli
.' 88
3.33
6.44
2.17
16 20
2 go
'. 55
2.44
r. 20
!i ',"
13S.53
■  ss
Fletcher. Frank   	
Wolley. C. P	
Pilklngton, Sir G. A.
Payne, George  	
Shook, James C	
Mulvey, Thomas  —
Fair. .1.  Albert   	
Boisvert.  <*■	
Peters, F. L	
Fletcher, F	
Shields.   A	
Mirror Lak'' Ice Co.
Rathhorne, M. R. W.
Blandy, A. P	
Blandy, J. C	
Lendrum, T. J	
Si lous, Harold 	
Squln a. F. .1	
White, Bruce 	
Mi '■ lonald. J. A	
MrDonal 1. John  —
v i."■ :■ n, Chris	
Mnrsden, Chria	
Lewis, Thoi ias 	
Terry, James 	
Terry, Jai ies 	
McKay, David  	
Stubbs, William  ■• ■
■,-   r lomaa ..,
johnison, Mrs, Mary
Pol er, J.  .*•■	
Pearion   \  ''	
Car er. W. <>	
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Tipping,
Starrett,
Dowsing.
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2 11 Wesl, C W
4.22 Hoar. Orvill
. I" Schmidt,
2.0 1 ],nd man.
ier
11.
Jacob  ..
Samuel
3.15
2.SS
2.66
2.SS
2.38
6,44
2.44
2.63
2 58
2.71
2.36
2.66
'.'.17
2.17
2.08
2.26
2.17
11.64
2.44
Miller, J. M. & Co,
Young! J. .1	
Morrison, D	
Anderson.  Marl in
NEW   DENVER
Ixits 1-4, Block 54   	
Lots 24-26, Block 54   	
Lots  .s-17, Block 55  	
Lots 19-20 and 25-26, Block 55
Lots 3-6, Block 56  	
Lots 7-8, Block 56  	
'Lots 15-19, Block 56   	
Lots 25-27, Block 56  	
Lots 2-3, Block 59   	
Lots 2 and 7-8, Block 60  	
Lots 27-28, Block 60  	
Lots 3-6, Block 61   	
Lots 25-26, Block 62	
Lots 8-10, Block 63  	
Block 69   	
Block  80   	
Block  85   	
BRANDON.
Lots 1-2, Block 2 	
Lot 6, Block 2  	
Lot 7, Block 2  	
Lots 15-16, Block 6 	
Lot 3, Block 7  	
Lots 6-7, Block 7 	
SILVERTON.
Ix>t 9, Block 2  	
Lots 11-12, Block 2	
Lot 1, Block 3  	
Lot 17, Block 5 	
Ixit 1, Block 6  	
'Lot 8, Block 6  	
iLot 15, Block 6 	
Ixit 3, Block 7   	
Lots 11-12, Block 7  	
I»ts 17-18, Block 7  	
Lot 21. Block 7 	
Ixits 7-8. Block 8 	
Lot   8.  Block  10   	
Lot 18, Block 10  	
Lot 21, Block 10  	
Ixit   3.  Block   11   	
Lois 13-14. Block
Lot   1,   Block   13   .
Lot 11. Block  14   .
Lots 21-24, Block I
Lots  1-2. Block  32
Lot  11, Block 32   .
Ixits  13-14, Block
iLots 23-24, Block
'Lot 4, Block 33 .,
Lot 6. Block 33 .
Lot 9, Block 33 .
Lot 10  (half of).
Lot 13, Block  33   	
Lot  14, Block 33  	
Lot 20. Block 33  	
ILots 1-2, Block  34   	
Lot 6. Block 35 	
■ Lots  11-12, Block 38   	
iLot 18. Block 41   	
Lots  23-24,  Block   11   	
COLUMBIA.
Lot 7. Block 22 	
ROBSON
Lots  8-10. Block 2  	
LARDO.
ILots 5-6, Block 20  	
Lot   10, Block 22   	
Lois  15-16, Block 35   	
Lot  22, Block 35  	
WEST   SLOCAN*.
Lots  1-13 and 16  	
•Lots 17-20 and 22 	
■ Lots 24. 30, 43   	
•Lot   28   	
•[Lot  37   (N.   1-2  of I   	
•Lot 4.". IS. 1-2 ofl  	
-'Lots 47, 48 and 51-52  	
Lot  45  (N.  1-2 of)   	
Lot  53   	
Lot 56 (N. 1-2 ofl   	
Lot 56 IS. 1-2 of)   	
Lot  61   	
Lots 62, 03 and 61
Lots 133. 135, 188
Lots 142. 144. 146.
Lots K.7, 160. 16'
Delinquent Taxes
Tuxes
Interest
DateofSftle
Statuta.ry
L' lists
anil
Expensa's
Tiatal
2.56
.24
.24
.32
.32
.16
.40
.24
.16
.24
.16
.32
,16
.24
.80
.80
.80
2.48
3.20
3.20
.08
2.40
1.60
11
•9
32
Block 33
.40
.80
1.20
.60
.80
.80
.60
8.00
1.80
1.20
,60
9.60
.60
1.60
,60
.80
1.20
.40
.40
8.00
2.40
3.20
1.80
12.80
.80
.80
1.60
2.80
2.40
.60
1.20
2.40
.80
3.60
.28
3.60
.so
8.00
5.60
30.25
1.60
.80
131
i-78  .
. 140.   	
155 	
164. 166, 168
WHITEWATER.
Lots 26-27. Block 8  	
Lot 21, Block 9
MISCELLANEOUS.
• Lot
. ■ Lol
.. Lot
■ ■ Lot
•. Lot
.. Lot
. • Lot
. • Lol
. . Lot
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lol
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lol
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lot
.. Lot
33
('..
370, O.
372. G.
381, •'..
381, O.
381, Q.
381, ('..
383. Q.
38
3SS,
li.',.
455
171.
509
510
West Arm. 100 acres ..
West Ann. 1 acre ....
Wesi Arm. 144 acres ..
Slocan River, 232 acres
Slocan River, 36 acres .
Slocan Rivr. 75 acrea .
Sloean River. 215 acres
Slocan River. 76 acres .
592A. i
lin*. (',.
683, il
793, G.
872, G,
874, G.
G. 1
Lo'. 880
Lot SSI,
!., ■ 908, G,
Lot 1229.
Lo 1239. G. 1.
Lower Arrow I.. 105 acrea
Bonanza Creek, 12 acres..
Kootenay L, 122 1 3 acrea
Kootenay U, 143 1-4 acres
31ocan Lake, 120 acrea ....
Lardo Rivr. 311 acres ..
Lardo River, 247 acres ..
1. Mill Site, 5 acres	
Kootenay R , 160 acres ..
West Ann. 122 acres ....
Kokanee Ck., 320 acrea ..
130 acres 	
, lack Ck., 16(1 acr b
,  ,, River, 1U.80 acn
1 ard > Rl' ' .63*50
\     1 Arm, 21 20 ai ea
,;   i, Township 22.260.36 acrea
Pownship 22. 253.65 acres
G.  1
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l   Ko nay L., 8 1-4 a ;•
1   Kootenaj L., --'    ;
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3.36
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Kootenay I... 141 acres ..
c i, West Arm, 100 acrea ....
c,   1, Duncan River. 173 acres!
q, 1. Duncan River. 320 acres]
,;   i. Upper Duncan, 160 acres
•,T'rB O. 1, nr W. F. Duncan R. 113 ac
V!71   G   1   Lardo River. 106 acres ..
1039' G   1, Township 22. 50 acres ..
- ■    "   50 acres ..
17 iu
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24.00
12.00
10.60
6,10
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35.55
3.77
2.88
5.72
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3.15
3.33
9 28
Dated at Kaslo, this 30th day
of October, A. D. 1903.
E. E. CHIPMAN,
2.22
2.88
2.44
6.44
2.26
6.25
2.44
2.35
2.53
19.76
20.98
15.32
4.66
10.76
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3.72
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4.66
10.65
6.33
12.20
19.75
12.0"
26.95
22.30
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12.65
9.10
13.30
9,10
6.90
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13.26
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15.30
13.66
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16.30
28.65
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11.30
10.65
1.20
6.15
Slocan Assessment District.
KASLO P. 0.
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BUIT18H   COLUMBIA.
. bonder of rreeoclt**.
, „ ileineeUer was born ut Idi-
|
*
!iribI"",',,;'"(ith of Kebriiary, 1721.
0DJ L months old he could re*
!S word spoken to hlm.    At
1,1  'Sit*" of age »« u»a ™™n
■ ,mthe principal events In the
r   "' ,     Before be ha<l finished
l""'!ll°" ,,.,,.,r of existence  he had
■ Till £ historle.il parts of both
■"nu and Uie New Testament.   At
c °    f three be could reply correct*
ni   nuestlons put to hlm regard*
Stanfield's
Unshrinkable
Underwear
_ I ^»»*   tn m strict'.'' commission fiim-TRY
THOMPSON, SONS & CO.
OK AIN   C-'wmiSKini-i MERCHANTS
*A/lnnlp«({.
AM.
Do You Want
SOME OHt 10 H.MIDU »Otl» •"•"'*'•«''"• „.„
TO CONSICN TOUR MAIN TO » HUMU F1M
HUSH SERVICE   »H0  CJaUFHl  ATTLNTIOS •
If so, thn undersigned want, your BaslB-Jsa sad will endeavor U> «;**e eatlsUctWe,*
Cash advanced on conni^unwuU.     Relerence:   Union Bank of Canada.
The olileat established Grain Commission
Merchant in Wiuiiip^K.
Grain  Exohanga,   Winnipeg.
U
In,'
lit
10 !lS"b.8tol*y and geography
JtiTiame year be learned to
■  , Ul. Latin and French.
■"Kurtb year be employed Ids
Bttidylug religions, especially
. "       0f the Christian  church.
J   not only able to glibly repent
It he had reud, but was also able
£-? with considerable of jndg*
, .nd to t-'lvo his owu opinion of
Tin general.   The king of Den.
W wished  to see  this  wonderful
:„ „ he wns taken to Copenhagen.
his return to Lubeck lie learned
.rite ami  wns  beginning  on  the
• l™. mUBic and matbemnttcs; but.
institution -K-lng very «at, he
, .,„„„ and died on June 27. 1725.
, *our years,   four   months   and
!;ily,w days.   What a wonderful
otd for sneb a short life!
Hunk  Bei**.
Ii -nine's worth of flunk beet for*
,hps 284 i"*iind of Biwtenanee, but
.'si'i'lo value I" tenilerlniu furnishes
_ than one-fourth ns much.
F.nvloas,
IVHitor-Ynn haven't got Imlf as nice
,-mitriy here as WO hnve in Him*
Praminent Cltlseo fof IlMwvlIlei-N'o,
-e always beard that lhe cemetery
Jthe only part of your town that
lldl ont nny inducements for pcruiii-
kl residents.
has the  shrink
taken out ta the
wool.  Every fibre
Is straightened—
every strand Is
shaped — before
the fabric Is
woven. When the
garments are cut,
they fit perfectly,
and they don't
shrink*
STANFIELD'S Is unconditionally guaranteed to
be absolutely unshrinkable.   Right sizes to fit
every figure.
At alldeahrs in men's
furnishings.
Maclennan Bros.,
GRAIN   MERCHANTS,
Telkpiiiinb H90. P. O. BOX MB
Molntyro Blook, 304.  Winnipeg.
S. SPINK
Wheat and (train of all hind*. Oar
l.aitMl Ixit* m H|>**rlulty. Beaut** *■*"
viinc-Him Bills of Lmdinif.
Writ* or wire ds for Track Bid*, nr
i'lHMisn Voar "flratu to ims. which we
will cell for ynor nncoant, oa yonr approval to high-ant bkliler.
■?
GOOD NEWS FOR     I MARKCTi REVIEW.
HIS OLD SOME
Vernon Bromley Cured by Dodd's
Kidney Pills.
Rupture
l> i.um<* of huWtunl drunkards ..t
gfe,   ITiiHsiun   SiloKit*..   nre  print-
and .i list in ("Iven to each tan*
Ier     Thu    p.rm.n     whi.   Supplies
»ith Intoxltmnte ■*■ li,,,,l,> l" a
t-.i\\ line
I     Ia marked consul with sll flv<iinarv tru*,*
I ""mien, this tira Hands eleneia this field s>
ui inititution aiafiftd in th* real work of
auMifaciuriaS and fitting traisici giuuiateed
to hold ud euro Rupture of ta.y kind.
Boy Dlrwct beta the Italian. We
can tar* frott lOO pw* ***}*!
of what you would *«»• to pay JJSSaS
RiipmroSpetlali-.ta. Writ*foroan EDCE
Book on Trammtm-UmT ntfc
Wo Gurtrrant** Porfoct Tit
br Mall.  Addiau
The F. E. KARN CO.
103 Vletorl* St., Toronto
fl>     Canada^ l*?jdin- Mail Order Homo-
0r  von   Stan's    Pineapple
"Wat.  "^"--ffilESBt
r„i th.* pounes ei **^SK7    Th*
IflcraJfalUU"*    W    ™Kl    IL ^^^
Inrd   in   theTrtllt   nanki*H   lt   nn   al-
f Indlepensublo   ri'tiaciiy   In   r*s.*e   of
r tin is  int-ial   Mill  turi*  chronic  couva.
i in u laox   BS cent*..—89
 -—.—
iThe National Bank of Norway m.-iui
,a:',i'al by ll:'- ' lli\*i'rtllll<*lit <-«>ttltl<a.-
t :ts woll-ttxlo itiiuilBiliitrts lo
"jscriht! inr tin*- BLot*k, nnil in wunifl
vish'.G by livt- tO fncilitui** IidiK-
Kping.    Thi.   h.ink   ih   ttls.i   it   (MUVn-
kjoard's Liniment Cares Distemper.
IA *-1ibiw.t nf tiintls rnreiitly  tell  <m
h'' railroad track  In Topeka,  Kenan nnil wi i-.nj<Mia*<i the urogronn .n
Irprftht train thut   it   ctuno   tu   a
kit
Salt Rheum, Tetter, Eczema
-Thi • a-i.,   Iiii   ...in i-lisa..iii-<"» reHeved ,
»v on: at.pllentiiin      l'r    .\cnB'w'«  inm-
Eia.nl  i'  :a potrat  run*  for   nil  eruption*]
I tliB' akin    .1...    (iitstiitt    Wilkesbarre,
"Fabi nitK yt'di-fl 1  wn** illatlttured
J'*',  'l.'ter  r.ii   mv   lliilflit.       I>r     AffUCW'l
pliiliaiil i,,r„i ,i '•    ;j5 ci-lits —III
•hir iJ(%Us   ili'liTinlnr*    tin    u-,  tiiurlt j
w§ detarrntne   our   dootl*. - -.:.-.i-u- i
J'-ni'.rrr.vv   ij,   ,,„.   ,,,.,   Ullll     ,|tts|
:'"'■■* a Annnclnl *ihl|i
Would
You?
If you .knew positively that
you could purchase a Diamond of guaranteed quality
at a great laving in price,
would you invest ?
That is precisely what we
ofler in our No. 947 Solitaire
Diamond   Ring-,   No. 916
shown here.
Fnr  Veani lit, W»*i Crippled   by    Ilhenma-
tUm mill  SulHtlo*   Ilo.til'» military rilla
liauili.  I||„, u M,.w  ll.'lli.
Morrlatown, N.Y., Nov. 9._(Spa-
clal).—Vernon Bromley, now of Uiis
plnce, but formerly ol Tronton, Ont.,
rpliit<*s un rucpirtonce thut will prov*
of great interest to his old friends in
Canada.
"I hnvo bvfrn a (freet Kuffcrer from
Rheumatism and Sciatica for vcars,"
Mr. llrntnloy Btates. "The citizens ol
Trenton will remember what a cripple 1 waa. I could neither work or
Mo down, the puiu wus so great.
"Heading of cures by Dodd's Kidney l'ills linally led me to try th>am,
and from the second box 1 began to
feel  relief.    I continued  to  use then
till I  had taken twelve boxes,  when
I was completely cured.
'Iiodd's Kidney l'ills have made a
uev man of inc."
Rheumatism and   kindred   dl*-ct*t*3cs
are caused by uric acid in the blood.
li  the  Kidneys an; sound  th.'y    will
take  nil    the    uric    acid   out  of  the
blood.     Dtiikl's   Kidney   l'ills   rtmkti
Sound Kidneys.
An automatic tire-pump, sonxiected
with the tricycle saddle, is the lutrst
Invention Whenever the ri<k*r is
bounced on his saddle air is [orc-9*.
Into the tires.      __^
.-J
8
Battered Locks.
In Abynlnln aan.. method o( dolim
" 1 llr thai Ih ndupted l.y wnirtors l«
a --trati 1 Into tlw m irket place, buy » l
I Nnd o( butu . n I, putting n tipeu I
pe top of the In, r, utiind still while j
|" sou nrrangeti things.    Whini Ihs
■Ir ll lin 1 ili'.-s., ,| tt ih melted lui'li'i' I
IhjAbysMlnlnn knou . tlmt fate ceniiot I
!" win t,„i touch linn, ile is n picture !
'< well air.",<..ii olpgnnce dono lo ell* j
•Hotlier stylo 11 10 iresM lhe lmir. BIMl ,
"■ ■■ uuf. 11-. wroethlng. K jroung j
F«rrlor with n liend of balr untreMed '
"' nunrcounl    He hns not yet killed .
Mm, 1 «
OrJajr  by Vakil.     If On rraTaaflt it aioea
net hilly MtSsf** you. yuur na.ancy
Will   O.   rtluflUifltai   wititOtlt   fl|UC«tU>0.
49 years of honorable dealing
speak for the reliability of
our house, "Di'uvtond Hall."
Write for our new catalogue.
Ready Nov. 15th.
KYRIli BEOS.
Jl'.W CUIUS
Uti, [30, 122 and 124
Yonftr*. St., TorniBlo
Minard's Liniment Cores Garget in Cows.
The pretty lace and coquettish
ways of 11 w.tjtr«*s8 at u country club
house n.*ur Chicago uroust*d the In-
iii(*iiutitin ol several of the wives
and daughters of the niem*"KTS. 'Ph *ir
concerted action rtnisttl the dlstmissa)
in* the txttuty. When slie usWe<t th«
r.sistin she was curtly inforioeil "For
rondiiet becoming ft lady, but unbe-
coming 11  waitress."
THE BLOOD PUMP
CIVES YOU HEALTH OR DISEASE
ACCORDING TO   ITS   CONDITION.
li tho heart* the blood pump of thr
human nystom, la OUt of Order the luprvee
an* starvetl for wnnt of blood, and Indigestion, eleenleesueiei, eick hcodaebe, lack
of vigor antl ne-rvouvneee uro tho reeult.
I>t Ancow's Heart Cur*- relievo* heart
di'-onso in thirty DilnoteH, niree und
-strengthena the orgim ho th.tt ri-h blood
courses tbrouurta the veins ond hot.ith
reigns where disease wns sunremo. Tho
better tho blood pump the more vigorous
tli"- health. Nlnety-nJno out »>f i\ hmv-
drvd hearts ar«i tvealc or diseased. Tlw
lirst ilo>*e of Al'iu'u'h I Tear t Cure rw*-
liev*es.   Sold  hv all t.rup-r.sis.   1 i
Good
 Pills
Ayer's Pills arc good liver
pills. You know that. The best
family laxative you can buy.
They Keep thc bowels regular,
curc_cqnstipation. ?.£.*r."«;:
When, however, he has done
Ills hair 1- shared oB exeepl
"•"null in make ono tro-e,. nhiflli i* of
" ,|"1' Rlsnlflcatlon »'< a ttotch <m n
' ■    k    After that erory man in
j • fntlilcs iii in to mill another tn**
us ii conquering hero of 100 Irosn
I- 11 formldnblo ninn in try con*
,;-  ■  "1
I" ,
"* !,,
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or richblsck? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
mnv ctbb ft r. hti 1. en . tu^itrA. it. R.
■   — PflaPP a      ■!■,.. L—
lt is the custom 111 Uutg&ria for
newly married woman lo r«ir.tiiu silent for it ni.inth after rnaxriujjo, unless when addressed by their hiis-
bonds. When it in desirable Cor tlw
customary restriction to be uonoojv*
i'iitiy ronioved, he presents a KiU to
her, untl then nlie enn chatter to her
heart's content.
TMKY DROVE l'IMl'I.F.S AWAY.-A
iiiiv riiviTi'il with I'iini'li-** is iinsichtly.
1'    IflllM   of   intprtiitl   irieiiuliuitiis   wlucti
i-in>uifli Iodic lines hnve omen correctntl
llu liver and the kidnejts ure not ibit-
formine  tln'ir   functlona  in  Uu healthy
.v;*y tliey Bhould, uml theHii viiuplr*. ure
tn li-t   you lanov,' thnt   the Miaul [U*Ottttt,
Parmelee's Vciretniii^ jmiIb win itrivi.
tlii'iii itwiiv. nnil uih leave Hie nktn clear
and rifl.uti Try them, ami itier.' will in*
in.other witnif-s to tln'ir excellence.
I fllt.a
fro
I  rilloliHa*.
'inoliiip bnd Us origin In n woven
'''•"tiiia:>h.,ih| of hiiirnnil linen (flit*')
-*1'11' i" n«' ihe nume. Tbls rubric
■ '; Uml iia-i for si, „.s. then ror Imui
*       '■   ■■   IVOnl    In ill);    aaiilla'll    ill     ISalO
.    "'       ;,.',. tt is ci.-t:% mui did nnl
I',""'1 Um Biii.s, io ih.-' desired hulk
* " "'"I   'ina.;,, wet a-   lilted   With tape
\ Dotroll paper aiinounccs. a" ■■
ttsuinishing tact, thai » S^«"*« ,«g
ol that e.i.s bad .. needle enter'her
wu.Ht about .« year «•*<'• '>',' «*ttt^
gently worked ita way <■* wJ ■ 5
,„,„ 0, D young maa who dwells
imiilher tit'
utanunll.   fn'm
'|K'" Hie bird nice |Mt:., |p|r.     Su popn
isn-.' that tin*
lupetl  11   ureal
'"' '""■* Hin crinoline   1 in;.' tlmt tin
I:!'"1"*-' of the s 1 ,1
"*■«   ill   Klll'lllelll,    atl.l   aatll'   til III   llllllll
" !   '"I   "B'I|I!U   aal    IB-lfllll   It'll   10   llf
■ '"»•* 'i week,   S'-t i«rsl don thi <"'
1     u e    hroiiuh  the  uss  of
d|! ,n'' ''Hi""! 1'." riiKiiiim, inn i"'.
'Win   ,.,   hh      :    elll   nl'   |ll.*.eiisi'-"
" iii itiitn •■ Bii  :i indy e.i upltitf
a,*,.,.,. *********
,ST ^y*JXre-^meTe^*-ol«nU
luliiii  11ml  BfliifliM-a V(H|   it   proper
;;\^;^:.^n":-^,-'i.<'''-**''-1'-
ne   that   m-er  IbbI*.    t"
rhone wti.i 'iivi'   uH..i   1.
inimptly    »'B.l   IhoroasliO
...ilu   anal   din"***
ulTivt  n   e«i
muv    il    StU
«iiti(l«m     th.
Ill
■UK hv
1 ip
iii'liw   utrilrk  by
Iimiiih uclluii ns con*
T|
The llnnae liy.
house tit. with ;, tot nl life of
'it lei    -^■■,"
,., ' ,;'" dsys, .*. • , lops in these perl-
f'wn Inylni* lo batching, one-
t..,   "r :- <tn>. hatching nf Inrvn to
■jl.,, i'|'"'". em* tl.iy. h.'i „'i,| molt In P«
.'!'"• •l""*' 'iny-.; pupation tn Issuliiu
11,1 "■"•■ll, Ire dnys.
In tie.■I.u.fj s dos I*t4l"*ed ueco1.1
■,UK to 1,,. S|re: .. littlo taa lor u Utile itofi   I'l-.l 11 "'e  '"" "■"  "  ]iiS aOL*
wv   si 1   HAVR  missions  IU! THK
men  m-nn on •*»••';   th«J » », ^h „„,.
SKSaW.rJe th"  lee S in* nomaj.'
",'.,',.;; ,'.'lc' ,„,   i,   to   hsal    burn*    "U.-I
Some tii the   townt    jf   (lomiany I
mive their wnter jiipeti tiin.le n( glass,
protected with an u**iiliiiU covering,
to prevent fracture
Thc  Backache  Stage  mny be
Junt   th.tt   incipient   form   of   klilnry  dli*
eit*n' which, if neglected, will develop inte stubborn and rilstreselng disorder thi\*j
will take lenir teiliouM treatment ti. euro.
Iii.nt   neglect   the  "backache  ntnue"  of
thi* 11,out InsldloUW ot fllisi'n'u's. South
American Kidney Cure Mop*, the mho in
il.\   tl.BUl*!  nntl   i ..it**..-On.
Aginit-- "Sir, do yon ln'i'tl uny
typewriter suppUos V" MertJuuit, —
"V.t*; seiuj nve itlnnit fimr potmdfl oi
candy."
At the f.menii ot Linton, the pro-
tevsiiinni bicyclist of London, hiH
wheel, draped In black, was led behind) the hearse.
fComnrted Irom The Comnierelal'l
WHKAT—The   downward   troud   01
tht wheat iutirket« tn-riuive more pro-
nounett]    wfth    the    odvctrt    of    last
week,   and    es'ery    day   until   rVliiii.-i
rt*r<iniiMl   ttiore   or   l«\**a   sharp  breaks
in the price in thti iVniericun Hpocnla-
tive markets.   Friday 11  Phorp   rally
ttiok place iK'inir a natural n»uctiijii
lifter Nafveintl  tiiiyt.    of   decline.      Uy
Thursday prit«-'H hud   slid ofl v- per
bushel    from   a   week   iiRt>;   the   rally
Friday  was from  Jc to   ic over the
previous day's" clow, ko that on tiie
week  there iH 11 decline of uround  2
cent*.     '11k* outlook  ut  present  writing,  however,  in  not encour)?Kin*s for
any material advance in the notir future    'Thti decline in Amor can prices
in having the effect of brin-sTing: theim
nearer In line with atport valuo, atiil
to  that  extent  tho  general BituuUoa
has  taecnme nearer  the  normal.    Tito
movement of  wheat  from    Unit   and
Second hands  in  Amorica is showing
considerable     increase     duri:uj    thia*
week, and the average «iu«Jtty of tk*>
primary   reeeipts   has   been   hlixher.
whieli  in  jiart  is  the cause of lowei*
prices, but tbe main reason for the***
rs no dotilit found in tiie Hlimnei-w of
the  demand   from    Europe.       Ilirgtiet*
pr!c*a*n  on   this  tide,    and   pleaty    ul ,
wheat  to  he hud  ln  otlmr exportiou
countries  has given    these countries
tbe opportunity of supplying Assert-
ca's  foretime    customers,    mid    wits
the  prt*w|*<t   ol  immense  crops   10
Australia ;uid the.  Argentine,  which
ure tilni«,dy on the eve of harvesting,
und  the produt't of  which    is   beins
freely offered on European   markets
for future delivery,   it   will   require.
that prioes on tbis side be kept down I
'in  order  to  brinfr  hack  customers   if
w-e huve u surplus for sale   as   crop
[estimates figure.
j    ManiU»li-,i wheat hus continued dull
nnd there has teen a sharp break  ia ,
priciv.   Receipts ns sho**Ti by the car I
Iinspections   at   Winnipon   ar«   doily
! running   oonsldorttibry    In    excess   of
sumo date last year.   Expon.n-s aro
still    Inactive    although   price**   are
touching export  basis.    On the  week
there is a decline of ,1c per bush, and
we  quote  valivflps   1   Northern,   77c:   l
Northern,  74c.  3 Northern, 70c: No. '
Wheat,  6rjc.    Feed  wheat 50c.  Imme^
dlate d»*livcry or up to 05th inst., .'o
store  Fort  William  or  Port  Arthur
l  Northern for IH*rcTnT*er del ivory has
this  week  been soKl  at  7,y*.  und  for
Muy   deliver-)'  ct   7sc   in   store    Fort,
William, liut only a veTy littlo trad*
j .71 these months has In-en acflectod v°t.
CATn.K—'I'he import m<l^•eJlleTlt  i.s
' nearly  over,  and  there  is very  little
doing   in   this  branch.    Shippers  are
offering   .ic   to   ,i.Jc   |>er   jvound   for
choice  animals    ut    [voints    of    ship-
hTent.    Butchers'  cattle are plontifiH
at "!jc to -jjc i«_*r pound, off cars Win-
nipeg.
SH KIM'—-Mutton sheep are In good
supply, and the market in eusiur at
3jc tn .}c jkt pountl, ofl cikrs Winai-
peg-
j   iiixis—Receipts are increasing aad
'the    market    is    easier   in  sympathy
with  Montreal und othvi  eustern oeu-
!n*s.    un   Monday  the ]>rit-e wats re-1
dtitotl   Jc,   vhen   choice   bacon   hoc-v.
I weighing from 150 to 250 pounds will
|t.e    Worth    .Sic    off    cars    \Tiniii]>eft. !
from 350 to .ion poutul weights bring
.'Jc  and over   300   pounds  *}c,  off
ears Winnipeg.
MII.CH OOWB—Good milker*, are
scarce und dear. Prices rar.i;o (rota
5;,5 to S53, according to quality.
HOUSES—There ts not so much d<>-
Ing in tin- horse market aa tho work-
Ing Bonson is drawing to a close.
Many of the horses used In railway
conetruction work are now available
im other purposes. Prices holdetaady
at   S.V-"  to  S4(k.i  |>vr  team,  accordion
to weight ami quality.
Unshrinkable H.B.K. Underwear
Made from the best sldewool iu tlie flcece--elastic ribbed knit—shaped to fit body—absolutely non-shrinkable
—wool treated by H.B.K. exclusive process to make it
so—every particle of oil, grease, slivers, etc., removed
by the H.B.K. patent cleaning process—tough wear,
light, fleecy, all wool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear,
and absolutely non-shrinkable, emphasize non-shrinkable
Sold by dealers everywhere.
Only genuine with this brand.
Toug'h
A pinto bronco is tough
from the end of his nose
to the tip of his tail.
And the toughest part
._of him is the* light,
muscular hide that
covers his back and hips.
From that part of his hide
tie famous ■'Pinto" Shell
Cordovan leather is made for H.B.K.
mitts and gloves.   Scorch, boil, windj
rain, cold proof. "*"
Genuine only with
^^^^^^^^  this brand.
Sold b*f enterprising dealers everywhere.
Write for " Strayed," the funniest bronco storv ever written.— FREB
Hudson Bay Knitting Co*
MONTREAL. WINNIPEG.
mtmKmrm est "Warm "C7<B-*,r»b2«* torn £v*rrbo4y.
 I '-'    '       "".-■■"... .    . .
IO/ER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF ^LUhlG'EXPERlEMC^
..stsrfjy—-
OA.ILY CAVA.CITY 10,500 BARRELS
DGtunn
OGILVIE'S
FLOURS
Haw boen sol(M*t0(l as the Standard
Ior Miuiitoba Spring Wheat Flour in
tho Iioiiiiiiiim tai Ctmuda by Uie Gov-
ornuupnt Flour ConuiiitUt*.
Thin is conclusive   proof of   their   strpiigt'.t.
t-oior.  and tjcnwal high quality.
Brands
'"OUILaVlE'S HONaAlttAH"
OGH.VIE'3 GLENORA PATENT.      ****■
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r
Iv-l
( nr nils
f—.i'.'l
1 Pi..  .
t .ver'    iieeerlptlon   ..n.i  ei
mlilri   ritina Blitl nil BlTartlOM
plrattflflt-v   ..r.jiini
ial
l'l.,.
«us   a   a'i'cli    ill   their     iliiinl*
"■is   lunfunffe In th'tlr very (jcnturi'
Slmki.i|aonre,
TiMrher—"Siippoi"o von were a kin.
r.nnrnVfl wlml would vou do?" Toi"
ifV "I'd ii'wi wii'ali my furr Hi',
Hi,11 !• ''
Sunlight Soup will not injure
your blan!*xts or harden them, lt
will nuko them tuft, whito and
Ik-ecy, ju
A  (linnac.
"Yon cartalnl** look bettiT. Yo»
must hnve followed my advice aw!
luul a chnnRC." \
"Yes, doctor, so 1 have.''
"Whore did yon so?"
"1 went to another •ihystelaa.'*
ThflS Word "llarrBU."
Some authorities- counect "-anrrnU*"
wlth a Hebrew shout of Joy ta Jeho-
vnli, which occurs in the Psalms. Others derive lt from "Thor aide!" a war
cry of tho ancient Northmen. Otbew
point to thc Swedish uml Danleh "line-
ru" and the German "iiurren." to move
quickly, or the Danish ""bnrrc," tn
buzz, with which our hurry ia aaaocl-
ated.
Sir Francis PalRrnve In his "nistwry
of Nomiandy and Kiij-lnud" mys: "it
was a wise custom In Normandy, cs-
tithllshed by Rollo's decree, that aay
oue who bad reason to foar diunoee
of goods, life or limb eonM ruiee the
•■ountry by the cry 'Hiiro!' "Hn Ita oul.'
Justice In "Oute Hollo's niiine; heiice
our 'hue anil cry.' The old KbkHmIi
'bftrrow' nnil our 'hurrah' are Imt vai'l-
ittltiiiti of this." Tlierc ure seme who
rej'iirtl it us merely an imitative luter-
.lection akin lo "wIiuitu." amit by Atl-
Cllaon lu 11 play, 1715, or of "buaBa,"'
round in BveJya'i Irtory, it*.
Jt V
CANE'S
TUBS, PAILS,
WASHBOARDS nnd
CLOTHESPINS.
ttia'i.e castor the labor of «ish-iUiy.
Th.* name "('une., Newmarket," is
briimli*ii on this ivliulHa.' woodanwaro
—abeolutely the best woodenwara
money can buy. Vour dealer sells
them.
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♦ ARt£   YOU   BUILDINO  T
IP- SO   "USE ^^^^^^^
EDDY'S IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING
Tho n-»a*b Building- Paper "rVland-"*.-
Tt !■ vary muck itroniriar and thicker than any other (tarrcil or hutld-
InK) paper. It ia lmprrvloiia to wlml. kecpa out cold, keepa tn brat, car-
rtfljii no smell or odor, aJiaarbe no molBtura tniparts no lastn or flavor to
anything with winch It comes in contact. It is lorcrly uat*d not only for
sfteetiiifi housi.4, bnt (or lniinu colli storas* i.u 1 li li in., a. r,*frli*er«t«Ta. ilalr-
l«, cntairierles and all places «her* the object Is to keep an Ivu and
uialform lennwratur*. and at tha same tlmt avoiding dampnaas.
Write our Agcnt*i. TEES A PERSSE, Winnipeg, fop aamplaa.
Tho E. B. EOOY CO.. Limited. HULL.
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Vtsivr .vaidd bphbp la e,* n  \trine if I
Ms** bwimm na iBiuwoier —AfeeilaHa
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SflBBTW THK DB1LL, atsQCAX, •"'. ». NOVEMBER 27. 1908.
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THE SLOCAN DRILL
C. E. 9iuTKiiai>ia>uc, Editor and Prop.
13 ruBUBH tii iv snt wsuiat at
8L0CAN,      -      •       •        •      B. C,
Ltfal Advertising 10 centa a line for
the -tlrst insertion and a cents a Una each
aulieei'iieiit insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, $7 each.
Transient acWertiSemanta at asms ratea
as let-ail advertising.
Locals will ba charged 10 cants a line
/tr each insertion.
Commercial Rates made known upon
application.
Tha Subscription is $2 per year, strictly in advance; $2.50 a year if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
THE &LOCAN DRILL,
Slocan, B. C.
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 27th, 1903.
KWITOHIAI.    CKOri'lMua.
Southern British Columbia requires
more shelters. Increased accommodation, the Elmore oil pi*ocoss,and the
Hendryx treatment are the means to
much greater prosperity.
Company operation in the local division is giving place to mining by
the leasing system, to the enrichment
of the lessees and the distinct advantage of tne country. Where companies
huve failed individuals have taken
hold and achieved success. Mines
that have been put on the shelf by
their compnny owners have been rehabilitated by men whose principal
capital has lieen common sense, good
judgment and practical economy, as
may be instanced in a number of
cases. More work under ground and
money spent in office management is
the true secret to success.
Here is the way the Conservative
party purpose dealing with tho railway rjuestion in this province, as annunciated by tho head of the government a few days ago: "If any aid is
giveu to railways by the government
we will not part with auy of the assets of this country, unless we retain
for the people such control over the
freight and passenger rates as will
mako the system one with which the
people can do business. Iu future we
must see to it when we give anything
of value that wo get something valuable in return. We nre not a C.P.R.
or a Great Northern government. We
are connected in no way with any corporation. We are of the people aud
for the people, and I say to you, give
us your confidence and we will prove
that we are worthy of it, to the very
hilt. We are not a mainland or an
island government, but will deal honestly by the whole province." Relv-
iug upon those statements,the electors
of Vancouver returned Hon. Charles
Wilson last weak with an increased
majority. 	
**m—*ma******^******a————~mmm—wm
A rare legacy of debt and financial
burden was left lo the Conservatives
when they accepted the government
of the province, and it is no wonder
the banks are advising economy in the
administration of public affairs. Hon.
Mr. Tatlow, finance minister, has prepared the public accounts for the legislature, and he announces that thu
late Prior government last Year expended no less than one and one-half
million dollars in excess of the revenue, the banks having provided thc
surplus funds. The receipts to June
80 last were ?2,04-l,63()..T), while th*
expenditures wero $8,666,460.98 -a
most alarming discrepancy. To briig
about an equilibrium between tho revenues and expenditures is the task set
before the Conservative party, and it
is by no means easy. As a startur.tho
government ordered all public works
to cease, except those of downright
necessity. Next a host of surplus
salary-drawers in the various departments were discharged, aud lastly
several offices throughout the province,
where the revenues did not equal expenditures, were eut out —the whole
effecting quite a saving. But the
knife will have to go still deeper.
There is one escape hole for money
that should be examined into more
closely, and that is the expense account of the various offices and public
officials. A glance at the annual report of the public accounts will reveal
a startling statu of affairs in this connection. A comparison of the cost of
running the numerous offices is remarkable, especially with regard to
rent nnd fuel. Theu, too, there is the
astonishing heavy incidental expense
account of many small-salaried meu.
.sometimes amounting almost to the
extent of their wages.   These things        ,„, .„„
should be  inquired into and all offl- I? consider such applications nt   tlis Court
trials taught to guard well tho financial!*■" ,*±'$*".I&aWim.'™***> "'" ' ■"
interests of the country.   Tnt) Conservatives cannot afford   to overlook
any   opportunity   to   safeguard   the
public welfare, ovei* if they so wished.
DRILL   POINTS.
Pay up your subscription.
Just four weeks to Christmas.
Bob Johnston, New Denver, spent
Wednesday in town.
Enteiprise Landing is easily the
busiest port on tho lake.
W. Koch has upwards of 100 men
employed on Ten Mile.
No American or general Caii.-idian
mail arrived oa Tuesday.
John Taylor, late of New Denver,
will open a shoe shop here.
An effort will be made to keep
Trout lake open this winter.
E. Baillie, of Poplar, has lieen ap-
poiuted a justice of the peace.
Opposition will be mado to granting
the license to the hotel at Aylwin.
Russel Nichol came over from Nakusp on Friday and spent Sunday in
town.
After St. Andrew's supper the next
big event will be Hogan's Alley banquet.
The K. of P. ball at New Denver
attracted a few people from here yesr
terday.
No council meeting was held again
this week, there boing a dearth ot
business.
If business warrants it, the C.P.R.
will continue their service to Poplar
all winter.
Walter Clough arrived in from Nelson Friday, as telegraph line repairer
at this point.
J. G. McDonald, now of Revelstoke,
was married at Sandon this week to
Miss McKinnon.
W. Koch is operating two stores on
Ten Mile, one at the mine aud the
other at the sawmill.
W. K. Cameron and bride have taken up housekeeping in the Ager cottage, across the river.
E. L. Kinman has a contract to take
out 100,000,000 feet of .logs for the new
sawmill at Trout Lake.
Judge Forin has adjourned his attempt to hold a recount in the Fernie
election until Dec. 17.
C. G. Simpson, of the Kootenay
Marble Works, Nelson, was here Saturday on a business trip.
The fire brigade will hold their sec-
oad annual ball in the Music Hall, on
the evening of December 29.
Col. Lowery has his printing outfit
at Poplar, and will publish the Nugget, with Jas. Grier iu charge.
Born.—In tho suburb of Brandon,
on Nov. 17, the wife of Capt. McLennan, of the str. Slocan, of a son.
The C.P.R. will sell no timber lands
at present, as they are holding them
for increased values in ten years.
James Baker left oa Tuesday for
Denver, Col., to atteud an executive
meeting of the Western Federation of
Miners.
John Foley's family removed to
Vancouver on Tuesday. He will continue in his present position at the
Ottawa.
For the week ending Nov. 21, the
traffic receipts of the C.P.R. were
$910,000. For the same period last
year they were 9988,000.
Supt. Busteed, thc new man in control of the Kootenay railroads, savs he
will endeavor to improve the Slocan
mail service.   Great man.
"Hughie" Cameron, of Sandon, who
is kuown throughout the camp, was
married at Revelstoke, Tuesday, to
Miss Grant, a fsir lassie frae Glengarry.
At a special meeting of the license
commissioners on Wednesday, the application of Jos. Payuo for a transfer
of the license on the Slocan hotel was
granted.
Dan Nichol had his coast orders
cancelled and on Friday left for Grand
Forks. He will look after the telegraph wires between that place and
Phoenix.
Word was received from W. Adcock
this week, dated at Montreal, stating
he was leaving on the next steamer
for England, where ho would spend
the winter.
A miner named Wilber was killed
at the Mother Lode mine.inthe Boundary, on Sunday, by lieing hit on the
head by a rock flying from a shot in a
glory hole.
W, K. Cameron returned from his
Winnipeg trip on Monday. He had
a pleasant surprise for his numerous
friends, in that Mrs. Cameron accompanied him.
Hon. Joe Martin, wearied of being
mado tho scapegoat of the Liberal
party, has sued Field Johnson, of
Vancouver, for criminal libel.
At the annual meeting of the Nelson Conservative association, on Saturday night, Fred Starkey was reelected president over F. Fletcher. A
resolution to endorse the McBride
government was shelved.
The St. Andrew's Society of this
city extends a loyal and pressing in
vitation to all Scotchmen in the lake
towns and vicinity to be present at
their annual banquet here next Mon
day night. A brawny bare-legged
piper and the great chieftain o' the
puddin' race are the attractions.
Every chiel is expected to be there.
MIMING   RKCOBUS.
Appended ia a complete Hat ef the vnr-
ioua records registered atthe lecal registry edict, H. P. Christie being mining
recorder:   .
ASSKSSMKNTS.
Nov 17—Winter fr for two years.
TRANSFERS.
Nov 16—Nansen, Fram aad Renins,
agreement to sell M Miirchison'n interest therein by the public administrator
ta Wm Thornlinaon.
20—Sapphire, Champion, Sapphire fr
and Champion fr, notice of sheriff's sale
on Nov 27, at instance of ,Ino Mcl.atchie
and K C Campbell-Johnston.
20—Weymouth, affidavit by publisher
re delinquent co-owner's interest.
FOR XMAS
I have just received a
large assortment of
Xmas Cards, of the
newest designs	
Also a few packs of Congress and B. C. Souvenir
Playing Cards, with gold
edges and gold borders
—the most attractive edi
tion of playing cards
ever issued.
Our Xmas Goods will
arrive in next week.
J. A. ANDERSON, Drags.
SLOCAN, B.C.
"Price Responsibility"
1 Sfc<>e
The price branded
on the sole of the
Goodyear Welted
"Slater Shoe" by its makers
is their (not the dealer's)
valuation, and they know
the wear value put into the
J
iit.
Slater
For Men   -   $5.00   "   For Women
DAVID -A^RISTOT,
SLOGAN, B. C.
Hortgage Sale
By Tender *f Lot 8, Block 1.1, rirniltia,
ToMimltc of SUoMn City.
rpHEabovs property will be sol.l by tender.
1 Temlers must hn sis.ileil iwkI addressed to
'.Mncalonell, Mi-Mauler & Usury, .'it Yonge St..
Torflintcfl. Out.." mill will be oponeil aan \Vt.atnes-
aliar. tlia 2."illi alny of NoT«mbi*r. 1MB. Sulc subject Ub reserve bid. Thi* liiglie-.t or any tender
nol Decesisrlly nccoptsd.
For fiirtlitar particulars npply to
UAGDONKIiL, Mc MAST Kit A (JEARY,
.'il Yi.uk* Street,
Taarnnto. Ont.
By the accompanying illustration we can but suggest
the exceptional values ottered
by us in Brooches.
Nt. SIS—l'rlca. SH.M
In this beautiful Sunburst
Brooch there are 65 Pearls,
mounted in 14k. Solid Gold.
Order by mail. If you ere not per.
lVct!y imtiiflliral with it yotar money
will be promptly refunded.
Write for our handsomely
illustrated new Catalogue.
Ready for delivery Nov. 15th.
RYRIE BROS.
JEWELERS
I in, |-*0, 122 and I2*i
NOTICE.
VTOTICE isbereby uiyen Hint llip undermen-
.1    tinned persiitis hnvo mnilra itppliratioti, 1111-
oer tht provision! of the Liquor License Aet,
for renewal of Hotel Llesniei nt lhe plnces set
opposite thoir rea-peclivo n: ,:
('. Aylwin, Enterprise Hotel, Enterprise,
(leorge Aylwin, Taylor's   Ila, 1,1.  Enterprise
LnnduiK.
J. McKinnon, Baslo Hotel, Arlington Iin*ain,
8. A.   MoMnnus, Lambert's   Hotel,   Slocnn
Junction.
a unci im; of the Board of Lloense Commission,
srs of the Sloean License District will beheld
... iny of
1'ecember, 11*03, nt the hour of 111 o'clock in the
forenoon,
JOHN T.BIiACK,
Clllsf License Inspector
Provincial Polios Office, Horn Denver. B.C.,
28th November, r.<w.
VJi
Yonji Sf., Toronto
New Residence for Sale
I. U. GENERAL HOSPITAL
SLOCAN, B C.
Med. Supt., S.W.Keith, M.D.
HATES: Regular rahserlbars.$1 per month
or$10 u yenr: Don-subscribers (exclusiveaaf j
medical at ten. lancet $'-' per dny.    Private wn ral s
$1 cer .lay extra.   Specinl facilities for nuitern
ity cases.
For further particular, apply to.
D. B. O'Neail, Sec
One of the Newest Residences in Slocan is offered for sale on easy terms. It contains five
rooms, hall, pantry, wardrobes, china closet,
large garret, good cellar, is lathed aud plastered, and is the best finished in town. Water
service, fine lawn and garden, fruit trees,
etc.   A SNAP FOR ANYONE.       For terms
Apply  at Drill Office
Gwiilim & Johnson, 1
MINING   ENGINEERS
AND ASSAYERS.
Of
18.
Weymouth Mineral Claim.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of the Went Ktifitenav District.
Wher* located:—On Printer creek,
a tributary of Ten Mile creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, VV. D. McGregor, acting as agent for John L. Farwif*,
free mintm' certificate No. B7162.5, ami
C. E. Smitherlngale, free miner's certilicate No.B609B7| intend, 1*0 days from the
date hereof, to apply to tbe Mining Recorder fora certificate of improvement,for
the purpoHe of obtaining a Crown grant
of tha ahove claim.
And further take notice that action,
under Bection H7, must he commenced
before the issuance of such certificate of
improvement.
Dated this Uth day of November, 1 uo;!.
13-ll-o;i \V. D. McGREGOR
Crusader, Hlililen I ren a ure nnil UaaultUr
Minimal ('Inline.
.Situate in the Slocan City Mining Divi-
Hion of the Went Koo'ti'imy tlistri'-t
Where located :—Between the firut
nnd second north forks of Lemon
creek.
TAKK NOTICK that 1, W. D. Mc-
Oregor, acting as agent for Chas, Fans,
F.M.C. 115:1197, end Wm. II. Crawford,
Free Miner's Certilicate No. I'.*i7li!l8,
intend, sixty days from tlie date hereof,
to apply t. the mining recorder for certificates of Improvement, for the pur-
pone of obtaining Crown grants of the
above claims.
And further tako notice that action,
under section 117, must ho commenced
liefore the Issuance of such Certificate! of
Improvement
Dnteai (hit) llHIirliiv of November, 1003.
18*11 03 W, p, McGREGOR
Insurance!
Slocan,
R. C
ACCIDENT.     Don't
FIRE
GUARANTEE and
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY
Representing the strongest tympanies do iny business in Canada.
See new ACCIDENT POUCT, with participation in profits, coverinr sick-
ness and eperatiens.
H. D. CURTIS, Notary Public
Steel Ranges
for $18.25.
Why be without a ranee when
you can get one »o cheap ? Thej
are prcferrable to stoves and give
better satisfaction. These ranges
burn wood or coal and will be
set up free.
H. J.
TINSMITH   AND  PLUMBER.
tf
*«M>>>l>)a>i>U*»>>)»i-l>i)»),'
Slocan
Bakery
J. Pinchbeck, Proprietor
Fresh Fruits of Every
Kind  Arriving   Daily.
A full   etock   of  the liest
lines of cigars and tobaccos always kept on hand.
14   l,i.|liaaaatl'.r.aalr.i'SI.
rull  Weight   aaant  O-JUlltj
<laiairi.nlar.od.
Slocan, B. C.
Ai<imH^ii-<-<)t:XiKsyi'ti:-
tw*
Overlook
This Snap
THE DRILL has made an
arrangement with tlio Toronto   Mail-Empire,   .so
that its weekly edition may i»
clubbed    with   the  fornor.
New subscribers, therefore,
may obtain the Weokly Mail-
Empire acknowledged to be
one of tlie best papers in tbe
Dominion atdSlociaaBS leading journal, TBI DRILL, from
how till Jan. I. 1906, for tlm
sum of *?.'!. With this exceptional offer will be tfiven as a
premium, a lieautiful arto-
gravure, entitled "The Victoria Cross," The picture do-
piets a seeiui in the late Boer
war, deue in ten colors, and
well worth framing, Send in
your orders at once to
The Drill, Slocan.
Slocan Electoral District.
To Bi 0. HHNDHKHON, Esq.,
Returning Olllcer:
■ n compliance with Beotlon ids of the Provln*
* ciiil Elsotloni Act, 1 herewith append n
statement of iill ex|iiMisos Incurred t.y me, nr
through my Instructions, ns duly miUinmo.!
agent of Mr, William Davidson, msmber*sl»ct
fnr tbls Biding,  in  respeot Of tlie   PriBrincial
Blsotlon held on Ootober 3rd, IMS, and airrlnre
thn Mime nl.nlniiBranl ti. lie a full. truo. an.l f/iith-
f ti I ncramnt of tlm »x|ibiis»s Incurred iii lirocur-
iiiat tlie slection nf Hi* snmo William IIiitIiIhoii,
viz.:
1'ertniml sipm-ae* aaf Wm. Davidson   $ 7H 15
I'i miing nii'l Aahmimiii:      ' B7 10
Hull Hire  .       ID 00
Total    *1S1 25
JAS. V. MARTIN,
Agent
Sandon, H.C. November lltli, IMC
Alex. Rogers,
Tonsorial Artist.
The Leading Parlors:
MAIN STREET, 8L0CAH
Pioneer Livery
and Feed Stables.
Slocan,  R C.
Onrral   Packing and For*
wariliiis; at.tenileil to at •li*-
shortest Notice.
Kadilleanil  Pack Horsesfsr
hire at reasonable rates.
R. E. ALLEN,
Mnnnp*"
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for
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