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Array 3    OCT 2   1904     *g   1>rov,,;bra,x
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THE SLOGAN DRILL.
VOL. V., No. 27.
SLOCAN    F..   C,   SEPTEMBER   30,   1*904.
$2.00 PER ANNUM.
Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco
You can get anything in these lines that you
require from us. Our stock in each is always
kept fresh and well assorted. We handle the
best the market affords.   Prices are right.
A. C. SMITH,
SLOGAN
ARLINGTON HOTEL,
J. W. Crow, Proprietor.
THIS Hotel is ono of tho best known and most popular houses
in the country. It is located adjacent to the depot and the
wharf, aud commands a magnificent view of the beautiful
Slocau lake. Good fishing is to be found close at hand, while
every facility is offered for lxiatiug.
Tourists will (ind the Arlington and Ideal resting place.
Commercial men havo at their command new aud commodious
sample rooms.
The dining room is strictly up to date and the bar supplied
with only the best brauds of goods
MAIN STREET,
SLOCAN, B. C.
EL.1^
The Fall Stock of Umbrellas have arrived.    Secure one
belore the (all rains and get yeur pick.
ladies* are Selling at $2, $2.25, and $2.50
Men's   "      " $1.50, $1,75. $2, $2.50,83
Don't forget our special cash coupon oSer.
David  Arnot,  Slocan.
K A dvertise your M
h Business
in these days of progress and competition
no man in business
should neglect an opportunity to keep his
goods before the people.
Modern usages proclaim advertising the
one road to success;
neglect of it invariably
ends in disaster. A
merchant's standing
in a community may
be judged from the advertisement he carries
in a local paper. To
sell goods a man must
advertise. All live
men seek the aid of
the printer
a
to all persistent and liberal advertisers: it is read
by everyone.
It guarantees
satisfaction
to
At All  Times
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Subscribe for
and
support
your
local paper:
NEW   DENVER   NOTES
SKATING   KINK   TO   BE  BUILT   FOB
NKXT   WINTKUS   Sl'OHTS.
About Four Hundred Dollar. Subscribed
on thn First Day—Government Help
Wtinted for a Trail to ltosobery
—Other Minor Item,.
Some of our young mon got together
the other night and organized au association to provide a skating rink for
tho comiug winter, and went actively
to work to carry it out, realizing the
first, day nearly ?100, which they expect to increase another hundred, and
with the assistance of volunteer work,
should Ik* able to provide a first-class
rink. It is not yet decided whether
they will take a slice out of the town-
site or a bight out of the bay.
The next move .talked of is a petition to thi: government for a special
grant to aid in surveying and building a trail from New Denver to Rosebery. The grade is easy, aud if properly surveyed, will form a starter for
a wagon road, which now is a necessity for the cycler, the the carriage or
tht; heavy freight. Lots of willing
hands are ready to second the expected
assistance of the government.
A protest against taking water from
Goat mountain by the claim owners
may defer the installing of the water
works for several months.
S. Burgess has made a small shipment from the B. B. claini on Goat
Mountain. He intends to take out a
carload.
H. R. Ackerman has taken up his
residence in town after disposing of
his live stock.
C. Fernau, of tho Rosebery ziuc
enrichment works, is im Nelson.
Rosebery is tailing the shine off
New Denver these days.
John Williams has been visiting in
Vancouver.
Supremo Court to Dtfltlt*.
When the C. P. R. was built it was
decided by the Act that that tlie government wouhl havo no control of
rates until the income of the company
had reached 10 per cent per annum
profit upon the actual capital expended in construction of tin-railway.
A variety of interpretations have been
given to this section of the Act. The
subject has lieen under the consideration of the department of justice and
the C. P. R. for some time, and a case
has now beeu refined to the supreme
court to be heard at the present term,
at Ottawa, so as to obtain a decision
as to what this section really means,
and what is to be included in the
words "actually expended inoonst ruction of the railway." and what portion
of railway is included, that is. if it
applies onlv to the original contract
between Callender and Port Moody,
or to railways authorized to be built
afterwards.
Copper in  Manitoba.
Prof. Pierre Gustav Kendall, a professor of mathematics in Tulane I ni*
veraity, New Orleans, after completing
a Bummer's outing in the wilds of
Northern Manitoba, claims to have
found a ledge of copper that runs -10
per cent and is quite large in extent.
The ledge crops out on the surface,
and while he did not go away up there
on a mining expedition, the three of
them and their guides managed to
sink a small shaft on the vein. The
ledge is located in a most impossible
looking place, and, he says, "while we
have taken the greatest precautions,
legal and otherwise to protct our Bnd,
1 for one woultl be lust as well pleased
if no one discovered our work until we
take another ste inp securing it more
firmly. Next year we will go In with
the idea of working the mine, but, of
course, the product of it   will   imt   lie
available  until  the  railroad   lino   is
pushed much nearer to the ledge than
it is at present,"
Illil Nol Visit Slvri'u.
Sir Thos. Shaughnessy, Wm. Whyte
aud other members of tlie C, P R
president's partv arrived in Nelson
Friday night. They took tlie Arrow
lake route bv way of Robson. Thoir
private coaches passed through Slo
can about midnight  Friday       ''
bv the inspector, G. O. Buchanan.
The beneficiaries are the Blue Bird,
Black Prince, Canadian King, Bosun,
Gold Bug, Florida, Fisher Maiden,
Enterprise, Echo, Dundee, Delphine,
Hartney group, Mohican, Miller
Creek, Mercury, Marion, Lucky Boy,
Ivanhoe, Horseshoe, Highland, Hewitt, North Star. Tho total amount of
tho 22 cheques is about $28,000. The
larger claimants are tho Highland,
North Star, Ivanhoe and Enterprise.
Tlie deduction that has been made for
cost of administration amounts to
nearly 4 per cent of the 40 per cent
claims.
A GOOD FIELD.
Attention   of Mining Men Attracted by
Possibilities of Twelve Mile.
Visits of leasers and mining men to
ihe properties OU Twelvo Mile creek
have become frequent of lato Three
or four parties from Sandon and
Spokane were over the ground last
week, and it is not unlikely that
something tangible may result. It is
the generally accepted theory that the
rich Ottawa mineral stone extends
through that territory to Ten Mile,
and a number of claims along that line
show practically the same vein filling
aud mineral as the Ottawa.
The Kalispell, the first property on
Tenmile to lie worked, is believed to
lie ou this zone, and the locators wh
worked it in 1894 got good returns
from the ore shipped. The smelter
returns gave them over 400 ounces in
silver to the ton. Nothing has been
■Obtained from the work done on the
north side of Ten Mile creek, but
leasers a few years ago did well in the
old workings on the south side. The
original owners who have long since
disposed of their interests, still have
gnat faith in the property, and believe that if it is properly developed
and managed handsome dividends
will result.
On Twelve Mile creek between the
Kalispell and the Ottawa are a number of properties with creditable show
(ngs, prominent among which are the
Colorado, Myrtle group, Happy
Medium group, V. ifc M., Botchelor,
and the May and Sapphire. On the
Colorado a rich strike was made ilur-
,*>g the summer, from which a shipment of wven tons, rutiniug 113
ounces to the ton, was taken out during lieaelopment work. While the returns were not up to the expectation**
of the owners, yet they were good
enough to warrant them in putting up
camps, preparatory to working the
shoot they have in sight, and from
which they expect much better returns.
It is only a short time since the locators of the Myrtle group cut through
their lead in the crosscut tunnel of
over 400 feet driven by them during
the past winter and summer. It was
a big undertaking for prospectors,
but their showing in the workings
from the shaft justified them. They
have encountered some good ore and
the ledge is over GO feet in width.
Big results may be expected at any
time from the drifting now going on
there.
A oouple of men are working on the
May, owned by the Sapphire Gold
Mines Co. of Detroit, but tho balance
a re idle.
There are strong ledges and high-
grade ore on all of the properties men-
Honed,   and   those   who  have  been
studying the lay of the ground and
the charades of the mineral, believe
there will Im* more dividend pavers
along this zone if systematic work is
done.
and not available for stoping. About
40 sacks have been takeu out of the
drift since the ore was eucouuntered
nnd ten inches show in the bottom at
the face. The lease does not expire
until December 31, 1905, and the
holtlers intend to work this shoot
from below if it does not como higher
after further drifting.
IIAVM   LOST THEIR DOSS.
Men   at   Chapleau   Mill    Think
Clean-up Ii Gone.
Their
Mott* Valuable.
Silver is again on  the  rise
attained 68* Tuesday,  the
since August 18th,  when  it
f>8.l cents. 	
having
highest
reached
The men working at the Chapleau
mill are wondering what has become
of E. Savage, or, to bo more exact,
they want to know what has become
of tlie gold he took with him and in
which tliey claini an interest as producers. Something like $900 in gold
had lieen the result of tho run at the
stamp mill from the stuff gathered
from the mine dump and along the
tramway. The gold was entrusted
to Savage to take to Neisou and
change into legal tender, and he was
to return and give the two men who
did all the work their share. That
was several weeks ago, and he has not
returned yet, nor have they received
any word from or trace of Mr. Savage
since leaving Nelson.
Truly the Chapleau is haviug a
hard time. It has been hampered
ever since it left the hands of the
original owners by all sorts of, to put
it iu mild words, extravagance mismanagement and neglect. Mining
adventurers have plunged it into debt
and other adventurers who are uot
miners have put it deeper in debt.
To make matters worse the bush fires
have destroyed tho mine buildings
and damaged the tramway. Now the
men to whom credit is due for haviug
saved the flume and mill from destruction by fire, aud who gathered the ore
and milled the gold have nothing to
show for their wages, and it is not without reason that they inquire "Where
is Savage and our gold brick?"
OUR   ORE SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL   HHIlWINti   MADE   BY
THIS   DIVISION.
Last Tear's Shipment! Were 133S Tons—
A Healthy Evidence of the Life and
Wealth of the Gamp—Ottawa Is the
Biggest Shipper.
Tho Ottawa sent out 44 tons this
week and the Enterprise 20. No other
shipments wero made, although the
Edison and Neepawa shipment is
being hauled to Enteiprise landing
and will probably go out next week.
The amount of ore shipped this year
to date is 1860 tons.
For 1903 the ore shipments from
the local division amounted to 1339
tons, made up from 17 propertied.
Following is a full list of
tnents this year to date:
the ship*
MINE. WEKK. TOTAl.
Enterprise  20              060
Ottawa  44              919
Neepawa  fio
Port Hope  17
Bepublia  32
Black Prince  57
Sapphire  2
Argentite  5
Black Fel  _
Chapleau  s
Alberta  15
Colorado  7
Highland Light  1
04 1860
Tin
partv consisted of Sir. Thos. Shaughnessy, president of the C. P. B.i Sir
George Drummoud, vice president of
the Hank of Montreal and a director
Of the C. I'. Ra| 11. B. Angus. E. O.
Osier of Toronto, and C. R, llosiner
of Montreal; William W'hvte second
vice-president of the C. I\ It"., and M.
Tye, chief engineer; R. Marpole, west
em divisional superintendent; 11.
E. Beasley, superintendent; Messrs.
Cambie and Webster, engineers, and
Mi. and Mrs. C. G. Ilcnshaw.
Mora, Itouiity for I.ainl.
Twenty-two cheques in payment of
final 10 per cent of bounty upon lead
delivered to smelters during the year
ending * I une 30th, 1904 have arrived
in Nelson aud arc being distributed
Lumber Piioes Slashed,
Considerable slashing of lumber
prices is the order of the day on the
coast, the figures in many instances
lieing 2i"> and 86 per cent below tbe
list prices. Something Uke 1600 can
Im* saved on a medium sized bu(lding.
Shingles have dropped 10 to 60 cents.
Northern Oold  Output.
The gold output for I'...1 Yukon and
other northern dirtrict.i for the present
year is estimated as follows: Klondike, 111,000,000- Nome, 110,000,000;
Tanana, |2,OQ0,O0Oj all oilier district.-.
18,000,000. Freight transportation to
interior Alaska points for the year has
ceased,        	
To Appear Before Privy council.
Hon. Charles Wilson, attorney general, is expected to leave Victoria for
London about the end of October,
there to assist in the present nl ion of
the province in the pi ivy council
bearing of the appeal re the exclusion
of Chinese from underground collier;
workings, and in several other  minor
matters.	
OrapttlbLeasers lining Well.
The ore which the leasers struck a
few weeks ago on the Graphic continues lo improve, altnoiigh  the  best
flood Oro from   lilanfleld.
Last week 3,900 pounds of ore from
the Blaufield group on tho second
north fork of Lemon creek were put
through the Chapleau mill. The trial
run yielded 400 pounds conceutrares
which is worth $100 per ton iu gold
and silver and a gold brick, valued at
%%). This was the first milling test
of the Blaufield ore, and the owner,
Geo. Bulko, is well satisfied and is
preparing to take out more ore for
treatment at the Chapleau.
Itawliltl.. Trail Uoiug Ahead.
The Black Prince rawhide trail is
now completed as far as the Lily B.
An effort was made to lay out a route
connecting with the Howard Fraction
trail near the first switchback, but
after surveying, this was found impracticable on account of the roughness of the ground. Although the
line has not yet been established, it is
likely that connection will bt! made
witli'tht! old trail in the Arlington
basin.         __
Bed Fox Ships.
George Henderson and Fred Johnson came down from the Red Fox
last week, having takeu out another
car of ore and started it on its way to
the smelter. They were unable to
mine in the main workings on account
of water, and gathered this car from
prospect tunnels nearer the surface.
In about ten days they think the
lower tunnel will not be so wet and
theu they intend to return to work.
A Sandon Deal.
We learn that M. S.Logan of Nelson has taken an option on the rich
Mountain Con for the sum of -So."),-
000, says the Sandon Standard. The
time limit closes the last day of this
month. Meantime McLeod ti Thompson are taking out all the ore possible,
nf which there is plenty in sight, antl
will have several cars ready by October should the bond Ihs taken up.
«•. i\ it. Kaohlnlste Strike,
All C. I'. R. machinists went out on
strike at Nelson Saturday, following
in Winnipeg. T)ie
from Fort William
to Vancouver. They want higher
wages, claiming that men similarly
employed on the Great Northern and
Northern Pacific receive from three to
(iw cents more per hour.
Silver quotations.
Following are the quotations for bar
silver on the various days during the
week since last issue:
Wednesday	
Thursday '.	
Saturday	
Monday	
Tuesday	
the action taken
men are now out
"i\ cents
57*    "
578    "
67 j    "
68|    «
Delate leUi out.
Judge William Clancy, long recognized as one   of   the   two    so-called
Heinze judges of Silver Bow county,
lias caueed a sensation in Butte by   a
statement that the Heinze mining
Interests will  Ihi  taken  over  by  the
of it is in tho bottom of thu tuuucl I Amalgamated Copper company.
BUNKS   ANO   IIIM.M1.
Regular shipments will be made
from now on trom tlie Last Chance,
Sandon.
Drifting is being done both ways at
tho Myrtie. Some good ore is sliowing
in botu breasts.
Jas. Livingstone is one of the leasers
ou ttie Mascot ut bauuou, which is
tuning out well.
Two leet of ore showing a good deal
of ruby silver auu gray copper has
uceu tsirucK on the mercury, ouudou.
Work has already started 011 the
magnetic zinc concentrator ut Ivaslo.
ibe building win bu BO  by  lUu leet.
There are mure mines sacking ore
in tuo W uiiiri more district light uow
man ever belore, suys tne tiolueu
aixix.
Ed Shannon and H. T. Twigg of
New Louver were surveying thu underground wormugs at the Neepawa
nisi weeka
lv. L. Burnett, P. L. S., of Rossland
is surveying claims lor A. lv. .biug-
lauU ana Uco. i'utty 111 the neighborhood ot luruu I'orks.
The Lucky Boy at Trout Lake is to
resume operations with ihos. —, Ehre-
nart in cuarge. 'iho compuuy has
produced some 230 tons ol ore valued
at $23,000.
Thu Toronto Star announces that S.
H. C. Miner has sold out Ins eoutrol-
nig interest in the Urauby Mining and
Smelting company to J. J. Hill 01 tho
Great Northern.
Two important mining events for
Southeast Kootenay will take place in
the near tuture, the reopening ot tho
Sullivan uiiiiu and thu blowiug in ot
thu Smelter at Marysville.
On the last car of ore shipped from
the lied i'os SlbO was cleared by the
slight rise iu tlio price of silver, thu
ditiereiice lietween tho price at the
time ot receipt at the smelter and tho
date of settlement.
The resignation of W, S. Jenkins as
manager ot the Idaho mines at Alamo,
operated by thu Idaho-Alamo Consolidated Hlnes, Ltd., of Edinburgh,
Scotland, has been accepted and P.
H. Ahier has been appointed to succeed him.
Robt, MoFarland has gone up to
work on the Deadwood Fraction, situated below the Meteor and believed to
have a continuation of that rich vein
below the big fault.   A gootl vein and
similar ore to the Meteor is exposed 011
it iu several places.
Having received no acknowledgement of the 100-pound specimen of
Ottawa ore seut for exhibition at
Nelson, Manager K. J. Mcl'hee
has gone to see aliout it. It will
probably be forwarded to Spokane for
exhibition next month.
From Nelson last week 20,000 feet
of lumber was shipped on a C. P. R.
barge to the road tothe Molly Gibson
mine for the new bunk house the company is putting up to replace those
destroyed by the great slide two years
ago. The new tram is now iu running
order aud the lumber will be sunt up
on it.
Another great excitement haa been
created at Goldlield, Nevada, by an
additional strike on the Kendall lease
of the Sandstorm mine last week. A
stnak of ore 12 inches in width and
assaying 160.000 per ton has been uncovered is a big ore shoot that will
bring from 520,000 to 180,000 per ton.
lt is by far the greatest strike yet
made iu tho Bonanza district,
I m*
•a
WHEN JOE
STRUCK OIL
By MARIAN HARCOUR.T
Copyright, 100:1, by T. C. McCluro
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lt had been understood for a year or
more that Joo Green, son of Farmer
Green, was to marry Hossic Hurlburt,
daughter of on adjoining fanner. There
was not a cloud on the horizon until a
young man named Harry lieeoliinan
came into the neighborhood to sell and
to show the farmers how to set up wire
fencing. Ile secured board nt Hurl*
btlrt's and at once became "struck"
on Bessie, llis admiration naturally
pleased her, and when poople began to
hint that It: was a case of love a new
Idea came into her father's head. Ho
knew Joe to be an honest, hardworking young man, and the question of
money hail never come up. II' be married Pessie he would lake her to his
own house nntl provide for her as well
as a farmer would be expect eil to. It
was only after Ibe wire feme man
came and exhibited his "roll" and talk-
U
BB JAMMED HIM UP AC.AINST THK OMANAUY
DOOlt.
ed of stocks and loads aud bank accounts that Farmer Hurlburt realized
what a good thin:-; it would be to have
a wealthy son-in-law.
Young Bcecbman encouraged the feeling in both fnther and mother, and bla
lavishness in buying presents for Beside would have carried a less sensible
girl off her feet. But when he began
lo court in earnest she began to draw
away, and ,loe Green had nothing to ba
Jealous of. It was soon discovered,
however, that he had a light on band.
The spirit of avarice had been awakened in the souls of the parents, and it
■was not long before they had a good
deal to say to Bessie and something as
well to her lover.
"Look here. Joe," said Farmer Hurlburt, who prided himself on bis plain
{.peaking. "I have said that you were
one of the best young fellers in this
■county, but you ain't just the match for
Bessie. She's smart antl good looking
■nd one of the sort who ought to live
in town and wear silks ant! satins Instead of plodding away on a farm. 1
don't want to hurt your feelings, but I
wish you'd look around for some other
ein."
"You want her to marry the wire
fence man, 1 take it," said Joe in reply.
"Yes, Joe: 1 do. He's got money.
lie's making more of it. He'll be as
rich as Viinderbilt in teu years more.
He offered to lend mo $50 (he other
day Without any security at all. He's
.not only In the wire fence business,
but he's into windmills und drainpipe
and patent farm gales. He's going
into a speculation next week In which
be will clear $::.«XI0 or §4.000 in no time
at all, and mebbe I'll go in with him.
You ain't expciling to make u dollar
extra this year, anil so"—
■•"J'.'.'i looking for oil down nlon-j the
•rrotj.," liiloiTUlitwl Joe.
"l'an'1 be none there. Joe; can't bo
no oil in tbls county. I like ymi as
n man, Joe. but being you h.-.von't g' :
money I shall have to ask you to stay
nway after ibis, it may take your
■ppetltD away for a few days, but
you'll get over it in a week and shtie
up lo ono <>f Jim Gardner's girls."
Bessie was told at tbe same tlaie
that she would tie expected lo dlscour*
nge joe ami encourage the other one,
laud, though she promptly rebelled, her
tMMOtS put the foot down in a most
•vigorous way. in a manner the Held
was left clear for the wire fence man.
Unfortunately for him. he was a
boaster and a braggart He wits making a few dollars, but could not count
mi anything permanent. Ho realized
that if he got tbe farmer's daughter at
all it would be through thu aid uf
money, and ho began to plan und
Scheme.
Circumstances aided him. One day
lie received a private and confidential
letter from New York. An Individual
In lhat city had got possession of a
bank note plate and was printing
greenbacks by the tens of thousands.
lie WM willing that others should
nhnre  la his good luck.    He was so
willing that he would sell greenbacks
for id cents on tho dollar and warrant
thnn to pass current anywhere. It was
the old, old green goods game, and
young Beechman bit.
In turn be became no generous hearted tbnt he was willing to let Farmer
Hurlburt in on the SpoC, Together
tilt j* hoped to raise Jo'JU in cash, and
• ftcr some correspondence with the
liberal minded man in New York it was
decided tbat the Wire fence man should
make a little journey und bring back
ten for one.
The farmer so'd a horse, a cow and
three hogs to make up bis share of tlie
money, and his prospective son-in-law
started for the east. Joe nnd Bessie
hail not quarreled. He had ceased hoeing potatoes to dig holes along the
creek and look for the black stuff that
had made so many men rich. In a
sense they were waiting for things to
turn up.
"Sarah," said tbe farmer to his wife
afler lleechnian had departed, "how
woultl you like to hnve silk dresseu all
the rest of your life'.'"
•'Don't scare a body to death, father," she replied. "I know you and
Harry are going to make millions of
money, anil I'm so nervous that I
break dishes every time I clear the table off."
"Bessie," he continued as be turned
to the daughter, "how would you like
to ride out in n carriage drawn by four
white horses nnd have so many diamonds on that you shone like the
sun?"
"If .Too finds nn oil well he may buy
me a diamond ring," she quietly answered.
"Don't you keep it up aliout Joe.
Hell never find no oil wells, or, if be
does, it will bo nfter you are married
and living in a palace and litr ing forty
servants to wait on you. Me and your
mother have set out to get you a feller
worth $1.000,000, nnd when you are
receiving tlie president of the United
States ln your own castle you'll be
glad you had sueh a father nnd mother."
A few days Inter Bessie set out to
spend the afternoon with n neighbor.
She had not been gone abovo an hour
when young Beeelininu returned from
his journey. He carried a tin box under his arm, the key thereof in his
pocket and exultation in his heart.
Soon after his arrival the two men
went to the barn lo count over their
"ten to one." Tbe box was unwrapped,
tlie key inserted and the packages tak
en out to be counted. Tben there came
an interval, during which time the
wire fence man and the farmer looked
into each other's pale face and spoke
no word. The "motley" was green It]
color, but that was all. Young Iicech-
man had been done up a* thousand.-"
before bad been done ami lia.'i brought
'jack only blanks.
They were still looking nt each other
and licking their dry lips when Joe and
Bessie drove up to the gate. As she
entered the bouse Joe bitched the
horse aud came out to the barn.
"I just wanted to say," he quietly
observed, "t!:;it four days ngo I found
oil along the creek and that this afler
noon Bessie nnd I Went to Justice Jordan and got married."
In reply Tanner Hurlburt got up and
took young Beechman by the collar
and slammed hlui up against the fan*
ning mill and then Jammed lilm up
against the granary door nnd then walloped blm till over the door and ended
by throwing him outdoors ami sending
a kick after him. Then he turned to
the newly made husband and held out
his hand aud said:
"Joe Green, there's only one feel in
the Hurlburt family, and that's me.
Let's go In and have some cider and
kiss tho bride."
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♦ WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS ♦
♦   A series of articles describing
%      their lives, their aims and
their influence.
r-j.
PHILIP  PURCELL.
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PHILIP PUltCELL,
Editor of itn- Brandon Sun.
Of all   the  newspaper  mon  of  Western  Ian.ul.i,   few,  outside   Iiis   own
city, ore less Known than  Philip I'ur-
ci • 11. editor _( the ilrandon Sun.    In
must of Iho western Canadian towns
the  local  '\iilur  is as  well  known as
i tht* mayor ot auctioneer,    In small
Communities    it    is  difficult,    indeed,
well  nigh  impossible,  for tho writer
I or publisher of a newspaper to resist
i the pressure   thai   persistently  forces
him  forward  to   the   front,  rank   in
' local affairs.    Almost always   a   man
'of intelligence, and frequently a man
of ability,   bv
urine   ol   his   proles-
I in lir c I l.i   l.nncuaer.
There is a language of umbrellas rn*,
of llowers. Place your umbrella in a
rack, and this will Indicate that it will
change owners. An umbrella carried
over a woman, the man getting nothing
but the drippings of the rain, signifies
courtship. Wben the man Ims the umbrella and the woman the drippings it
indicates marriage. To swing your umbrella over your head signifies "I am
making a nuisance of myself." To carry it tit right angles under your arm
signifies that an eye Is to be lost by
tlie man wlio follows you. Opening an
umbrella quickly, it ls said, will frighten a mad bull. To put a cotton umbrella by the side of a silk one signifies, "Exchange Is no robbery." To
purchase an umbrella means, "I am
not smart, but honest." To lend un
umbrella Indicates, "I am a fool." To
return an umbrella means—well, never
mind whnt it means: nobody ever does
that. To carry nn umbrella jnst high
enough to tear out men's eyes aad
knock off men's hats signifies, "I am
a woman." To press an umbrella on
your friend, saying, "Oh. do toko it: I
had much rather you would thnn not.''
signifies lying. To carry it from home
in the morning moans, "The rain will
clear off."
Thrown off the leent.
As   the  Immaculate  young   womnn
and the tired but bappy looking young
man entered tlie Pullman, followed by
a grinning porter, the oilier passengers
became   "wise"   lu   a    moment.     The
stout drummer leaned over to the man
behind him and remarked:
"Bride and groom—hundred to one."
Every one turned to view tho now*
coiners, who had deposited themselves
vis-a-vis in No. 4. As If unconscious
of any scrutiny, the young man said In
a high nasal voice:
"Well, do ns you liko nbout it-elther
Increase the margin or let It go! You
didn't follow my advice In the first
place, but if you want to pull out
you'd better take It now."
"fib, I know," the woman replied.
"What's the use of going all over It
again'.'"
"Huh!" snid thc stout man's companion. "Quess you lose. Been playing tlie market. Not much I Ide and
groom talk about lhat."
The reft of the passengers sniffed
nnd then turned their backs on the
new couple, whereat the young mnn
smiled nt the young woman, and they
softly Joinod hands ns he whispered1.
"Mlllleent, denr, my shoes aro full
of rice,"—New York l'ress.
.sion familial' with, and an authority
,iin. all nm iters of public Interest, the
irresistible    tendency    is    to   compel
j Iiiin.  sooner or  later,   to  take  posi- j
Itions of   politic   responsibility   and
trust.   To  be able   to   continuously
resist   the   pressure   In   this  direction
; i.s to argie■   personal   unfitness,   nfji*-
soiutl  disinclination   or   unusual    per-
, sonal powers of resistance.
!    Mr,   Purcell   represents    perhaps    a
I combination of tho two latter quali-
I ti<",.    Those   who   know   Uiu,  best, esteem hlin one of the very best news-
[paper men in Western Canada.    Hud
ho any  aspirations  to  public   otlice.
or any other   position  of kudos   or
i.ffiio. the means to gratify his  wish
i have long been at bis command, r.ot
I Mr.   Pure*!!   is a  strong believer   in
i be anonymity   of journalism.     Tho
English    dictum    that   "all  credit    is
I due  to  i ho pupt'l',  and   none   to    the
editor,'" is a  belief lu winch he subscribes unreservedly, and of the practice of  which   los  whole  life isa note-
i worthy i xnmple.   In nis time ho has
I Made   many   reputations   for   others,
land   he  has  ahso   marred  a few.     llis
I influence is undeniable,  but   is never
I personally  ex, .ted.    When  a   man  is
I identified with a movement,   whether
'political,  municipal, or in any other
i capacity  bringing him  before   pul,lie
[attention, the paper Mr.  Purcell   directs praises  or  blames,   as scenic th
to him good, with judicious commendation or unsparing flagellation, tint.
in  either   ease,   without   a    trace    of
pers il  feeling,     lini   nobody   ever
dreams, In Mr. Purcell's case, of associating ti;.' man with his paper. \
year or so av... when he had charge
of   tho   Ilrandon   'limes,   nobody   ever
heard   the   expression  "Mr.    Purcell
says so and BO." I' was always "I
see   the   Times   snys   SO."     And.     now
that he has charco of tho Bun,   tho
saying is the same. A more complete
merging of Che identity of tho man
with Iho pnper ho edits it  would bo
difficult to find than that of Mr
Purcell.
Ii need nol bo thought, however.
that Mr. Purcell is au unapproachable recluse. On tho contrary ho is,
oxteriorily nt least, the most accessible and popular nf men. \ constant stream of visitors drops into
bis ollice, and In lhe   course oi a few
, minutes rhnt I lie Efoninl i ditor ha i
absorbed now* nnd views us a sponge
[does v..i' r Mi. Purcell has the true
news gathering instinct. lie will
"l ■ ' n story" out of t he most uncompromising conditions, and "nose
oul thc news" in del,.,ne,, oi every
obstacle, And hla ability to «rlto a
news item brightly and Interestingly
Is ,, apparent as I hat ol sei urlnn
ilu* data  therefor,
Mr.. Purcell Is one of tho many
splendid newspaper men who have
graduated from  "the case."   tlo   i.
| u practical printer, whose care, taste
nnd knowledge of the mlnutlao of the
business has perhaps no superior in
the West, ll" learned his business in
the Guelph Herald ollice, which ha
entered in 1.^7'.'. He was then a boy
of fourteen, having been born In tho
Royal City Juno 7. 1865, ll" worked
bis way upward from galloy boy. uml
ufter  eight,  .veals   calne   west,   Mr.   la.
|L, Christie, Brandon's big bookseller,  was establishing a    book nnd Job
[printing oflleo, and of this   ho   put
j Mr. Purcell in charge. Those wero
the days when typographic oxcollence
Was   a   factor   but   little   appreciated
[in the West, but tho now Job   oflleo
set   to  work   tO  cultivate  a   taste  for
individualism and quality in prlnt-
iing products,   and    in   consoquence
speedily gathered to itself a practical monopoly of high-class work fron
lie* West, The standard of bxcollcnca
.on   which   Mr.   I'urcell   Insisted  vvas n
liberal education to Ids coropotltors,
I and  (lie whole rang" of quality   In
[tho  Wesl   was   nf  necessity   raised    to
meet tho new mark bis ollice hnd set
i'or nine years Mr. riirc'll dircotcd
the Christie Job plant,  when in 1897
the concern acqulrod tho Ilrandon
Times, and Mr. Purcoll was given
the editorial charge and control ol
the paper. As au editor his career
duplicated the success he had already
achieved as a job plant manager,
The news of the paper was reorganized, and a higher quality of work
roquired, The paper took a new
lease of life, and speedily became
one of the best paying propositions
in the West. Its editorials wero
usually l'hiin, pithy business talks,
of a kind most impressive and convincing. Outside Winnipeg, the Conservative party In the West had no
moro loyal or able supporter than
the Brandon Times, while, as might
|>o expected Irom Mr. Purcell's record,
the make-UP and appearance of tho
'limes was a model to the whole
western  press.
la April last year Jlr. Purcell acquired au interest in lhe Sun, Brandon's daily newspaper. Under hi?
management the paper has improved
in both its appearance and its news
service. Its advertising patronage
and its circulation have both increased enormously, and its hold on
popular favor is stronger than ever.
Moreover, there Is no sign of stoppage to its growth. Mr. Purcell is
dcvuling the same energy to the upbuilding of the Sun as he did aforetime to that of its competitor, and
with results as apparent. His striking success in Ibis regard having, in
the same town, twice demonstrated
Iiis capacity and ability as director
of every department of a newspaper,
is a record of which any man might
well be proud, and Which has not
been duplicated by any other Journalist  In the West.
SALT AND ICE.
The I'l'iirca) Tlmt   tie Klin  When  th*
Two  Arc  .tilled.
It Is not correct to say that salt dissolves iee, since real solution only takes
place when a solid, liquid or gas is
dissolved in a liquid,
The true explanation of the fact that
Ice melts when common salt is added
to it depends upon the simple physical
principle that when a salt ls dissolved
In water heat is absorbed, and its temperature is lowered. When salt and
ice nre mixed together some of the salt
dissolves in tlie small amount of water which is always (present, the temperature is thereby lowered, und a new
freezing point i.s established.
The remainder of tho ice—being at a
temperature higher than this new
freezing point—slowly melts, and more
salt is dissolved until the solution Is
saturated. The temperature can in this
way be lowered to L*_" degrees O, which
is the freezing point of a definite compound of salt and water.
The salts dissolved in sea waters
serve n very important purpose, as it
requires a greater degree of cold to
cause the formation of Ice on tbem
than on fresh water.
ANCIENT CURRENCY.
The CT.Iiiciao Once luni Smnll Bromr
KnlvpB   I'or   Money.
Knife money, a species of ancient
Chinese currency, wns associated with
tlie state of Ts'i, one of tbe most powerful of the early subdivisions of the
Celestial Empire, which came into power B. C. 1122 and was subdued by flio
rival state of Tsin, I!. C. -'-i. This
quaint form of money consisted of
small curved bronze knives, some seven
inches in length, with inscribed blades
and handles terminating in rings.
This knife money dropped out of uso
with the reduction of Ts'i, but was revived by the usurper Wang Siang, who
was murdered A. V. '_'.'!. The issues of
this potentate were half ns long again
as the earlier currency. They were also
much thicker, nnd the ring ut the end of
tin.' handle was replaced by a rim and
central Bqnare hole resembling the hole
in the modern "cash." Otlier Chinese
currencies of great antiquity and of
similar sort were adze money, or small
hatchets, witli such varieties of tool
currency as chisels, spades and planes,
all of which passed Irom hand to band
In the ordinary way us a circulating
medium.
THE WORD "HANDICAP."
II   Comes   Frnm   the   Anelent   I u»liim
af liiinil In the Cap.
In former days a "handicap" wns
conducted thus: A, wishing for something which belonged to B, say a horse,
would offer his watch for it. If A
agreed, C was chosen to lix the sum
that should be given by one or .he other
to make the exchange fair.
The three then put down a stake, and
A und B, each holding a ploee of money, put their bands Into a cop or hat,
or Into their pockets, while c, enlarging un tin* I'e.pe ;n,. merits of tbo
horse and watch, made bis award iu as
rapid and complex a manner as possible, ending It willi tbe words, "Druw,
gentlemen I"
A and B Instantly drew out nnd opened their hand.*, ii money appeared iu
both thc exchange was made; if In one
only, or in neither, lhe award was orr,
and In every ease c took tbo Btitkcs.
The modern use of handicap has arisen from tlio employment of experts ta>
make fair conditions for a race lu
which the competitors are of unequal
age or power,
Genius,
Men give me some credit for genius.
All the genius I have up-* |*j tills; When
I bave a subject in band I study It profoundly. Day nnd night It Is before
me. I explore It In nil Its bearing!,
My mind becomes pervaded with It.
Then tlie effort Which I make the people nre pleased to call the fruit of genius. It Is the frail of labor and thought
IVhnt  lie Pat  Ip.
"Has your friend BlfklM, the architect, put up anything lately?"
"Ves; I tried to collect n bill from
hlm yesterday, and he put up a good
THE CORSET.
HE FEELS AS
YOUMAS E?d
Mr' tSmfttAjft j
* » Used Up Man He
us Smurt im u n„J#
And Front ajjsed lip Man ,,,1!oc.
Orlnnd, Ont
Mr.   Chester  I
8'ept,
oomis
How It Should Be A.liuMted For Com-
fort  und   Health.
This article of dress has been the
subject of much discussion. It has
the most direct bearing on the general
health.
It" women knew bow to adjust corsets properly they would prove a blessing Instead of the curse they have
been.
Use two strings (not three, as many
do in order to be able to "pull ln" the
waist). Lace the lirst from the bottom up to the waist line, tho second
from the waist line to the top. Let
the strings hang loosely until the garment is on and hooked. Then the abdomen should be pressed up Into place
by the hands, not pushed down, us
usual, and the lower string drawn up
and fastened. The shape of the corset holds the abdomen In place. Tho
upper string Is left very loose and
fastened. This permits the lungs to
be tilled with nir.
This ls the only healthful way to
wear a corset, and If so worn It acts
its a support to the organs and also
to the* ctothllft.
By lirst adjusting nnd fastening the
lower part, then by drawing a very
deep breath wlUle the tipper string lajtnoke all wrong Kid
entirely loose, one can tcJI how much
••slack" should be left In order to have
unrestricted breathing.
Try It, you women who llud corsets
uncomfortable.—Exchange,
l9-{
(SpMla|
spectod farmer living In'£ S
is spreading broadcast the tmS
that Dodd'a Kidney *„*£**
cure for the Lame Back and ik
Disease, so common anion,, ,,i
pie.    Mr. Loomts says: *
"I nm  7(1 years of ago nml ,„ ,
nnd  active   as   a    boy   ,,",, ,'"a|
Dodd's  Kidney    Tills   all
for it.
tho
gif
('l'l a
WOMEN'S INVESTMENTS.
"Before T started    to   nsi*  ii    I
Kidney    Dills    1    was   so ,„„,,    *P
could hardly ride in a bURuv
could not do any work  of anv 1   J
Everybody thought  1 would lioti
long.   Dodd's Kidney l'ills are u „„
tlerful remedy."
The Kidneys of tho young m„v
wrong  but    the  Kidneys ol tho
wrong.   Dodd's Kidney pii
tiers right. Thai
is why they nre the old folks' fi-.,
est friend. ^a
Why  did   \diim.     when   .,],,.,
the day very  long7—Bccauao
always mourning   (mornin
Evo.
must be
nui
W.i
HI  Wil hua
The Backache Stage mi| „,,„,
that ii.'-iineiit form ol Itldnn t\J_
which, n nefflectocl, win dtviloniS
stubborn   and  dUtreailng  dUortJ?  '""
i will   liiKc   long  ttdlOUl   tii'nliii
I Don'l   neglect   the   "backa
tint
'•ol to curt
tin'   most   Insulin
American   Kidney
in six ileum and
i ui
inn
ilei'iistis
Slil|IS
—ao
itagi" 0|
iii.
Sou!j
never pay loll?-
pays it for hi,,,.
It chceso conic; after   meat, vthat
conies utter chceso?—Mice
What   town  In  Kent
toioine'1— live:   because
man*, Rye (wry) face.
Is like
thi re
In it.
ii I .anil :a
lUmamber Tlmt KJarb mierent, ■■ *
Itule,   Means   HUky   Seeai*UI<.*».
How can a woman who has n few
thousand dollars place It Where It will
draw a little better interest than It
would if left with a savings bank or
responsible trust company and still be
safe'.' |    \\hv   does a pony
There can be, of course, no certain Because Iiis mnstei
and general answer to this question, I
sitae what is sought for is tlie mysterious balance between safety and
profit in business affairs which must
always be a matter of delicate, individual adjustment and involves the use of
poised judgment and the possession of
large experience, due certain general
principle nevertheless does govern the
matter. It is this: The amount of money seeking desirable investment Is always so great tbat the competition of
Investment for the ownership of Becurl* cnmiy.
ties of high class is very acute and "Tlw talk about adulterated (■.indies,'
tends, save under exceptional circtim-' said n manufacturer, "Is notiseiw.
stances,   to   bring   down   the   interest ! There is a national organization of con.
nu  these securities to a low level, i feetioncry manufacturers which niuka
A high interest rale is therefore almost i « business of Investigating nil report!
Invariably nnd in the verv nature of i "' poisoning from eating candy and
things a warning of insecurity. If the i ■*■•*•■ suecee.hd In exploding molt Of Hid
large dividends paid bv this or that en- j nimors. When n child ia hungry it wil
terprlse whose advertisements were ln I -V1 UP on nl,""st onythlng it can gel
fa.t well assured,  tbe great, shrewd|u0ld ««-«»e» "PP****** for lnstoncs,«
even gravel or grass.    It gets sick, a
THERE IS
TI.v   I'ad.    tha
llltlt.lt ions.
ONLY  OM: GENUIM
t's Wilson's   Avoid pool
et well  assured,  the grent, s
capitalists of the country would lie the
tirst to know the truth and to seize possession of such treasures.—Exchange.
LAUNDRY   LINES.
To clean flatirons rub them on green
cetlor.
.Never put table linen into soapsuds
until tl;e stains bave been removed by
pouring boiling water through the
linen.
llaby's knitted sac',: will be out of
shape aud Stringy if it is Ining to dry.
Next time dry it on a paper on the
warming oven.
Bits of soap which nre too small to
be used should be carefully laid aside
for laundry days. Then they ean be
melted nnd added to the wash boiler.
Buttermilk will bleach clothes if they J
are soaked in it for two or three daya. j
Then they should be washed, boiled ]
and dipped iu bluing in the usual mau- |
uer.
In Ironing handkerchiefs It is useful j
to remember that the middle should bo
ironed  tirst.    To  iron  the edges  lirst i
causes tin* middle to swell out like u I
balloon and makes it diilicult to iron
satisfactorily.
Red  VaJnneen,
The most satisfactory method of fastening a valance to a brass or Iron bed
Is by means of a piece of heavy muslin
laid over tin* springs. Cut a piece of
cotton cloth that haa been shrank—prof*
orally unbleached—that will come just
to the edge of the frame. To this fasten tin* goods for the valance either
laid in plaits or shirred, having the
flounce hemmed nt the ends where It
touches lhe bedposts. After basting
securely place ,ai :i ,. bed and put -tin*
mattress in plnce lo be sure the valauco
hlingS evenly. Ato-r stitching ou the
machine, with n long stitch, fasten to
the springs in several places, head, foot
and  hides,  wilh cord  lo prevent  slip-
plag.       	
litirrnu Co*, ren.
Linen Scrim makes handsome nnd Inexpensive table nnd bureau covers If
worked In a cross stitch pattern with
double flloscllo or san silk. The pattern chosen may be ns elaborate or ns
simple as om* prefers.   The spread is
lirst hemstitched, a three inch hem being liked for a small spread. Within
th" hem the border Is worked. I'illovv
and pincushion tops are also worked
on the same material, A pillow tap
seen recently wns worked In yellow
silk, a number of Stitches and patterns
being combined so that It was almost
solidly worked, it was very handsome
and represented n good deal of patience
nnd eyesight
the mother, knowing it bad eaten enndn
thnt day. spreads the report tbat tha
sweets were poisoned. The orgniiizsf
tion looks into every such ease It la'ari
nliout ami anils out tlie troth, Co'iipc.
tition is too strong lor any concern M
try to sell adulterated goods. Tbfl
linn's competitors would Immediate
\ analyse the piece which is pnid su»|
Iplclously cheap, and if it contained Iaf
Ijurioua Ingredients wonld not be i
j in proclaiming tbe fact. Good businesi
principle! demand honesty iu the man-J
UfaCtUTS of candies."
Whnt fine days there- nre for fl.**!:!ni
when n man can't get away froa h^
wo*-If.
Neglect a cough nnd contrsrt"
consumption.
Shiloh's
Consumption!
Cure SnicLuns
cures consumption, but don't
leave it too long. Try it now.
Your money back if it down t [
benefit you.
s. C.Wim «•*-**•*.• «l
L*Roy. N. Y., Toronto.Cu.
Prices:
25c UK. Sl
Maklnc Mnronnnliir.
A medicine dropper ns an adjunct to
tho tanking of mayonnaise was the Inspiration of n housewife not long ago.
Every   one   who   ever   tried   to   make
mayonnaise knows the bother of mid- |
Ing the oil slowly, drop by drop, until I
the dressing Is thick enough.   This wo«
man experienced the same difficulty
nnd met lt with (he live cent medicine
dropper, which uddl the oil with ma- j
chine like regularity aud precision.
Ordinary underwear tu
tnailc for ordinary di*
males.    Most  makers
can't appreciate the u>
tense eld of the Northwest.   Tbelr garments sre
all right for fice/.im: weal.
but entirely too light for jo
to 50 below zero.
Stanficld's
UnshrinKable
'   Underwear
is knitted in spo**ial ^'J.*1.**'
especially for tbe severe vv »
ters   of   this   section.     ■*'
planned by men  who kno»
the climate and Uie f*°__Z
know exactly what tht)'wri'a
-know how to knit it   H*<>
enough for warmth, J*' u°*
too' heavy for comfort,
II 111c wci»a nc,i w.	
STOOART SMS & CO.. WINIdPTO
Piitributors to
VVf»l t^s*,__Z     DRILL.
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
i\i ,i ''"""* ''vc''-v owt,tri,r8t after?—
[a licrrinS-	
... ■  aro   soitio    mon    like   glow-
f .-o—pocauso   it.   must   bo   dark
Lrii-*"-
Inside Facts.
n
It's the "inside" Facts the cup
drawing contents of a packet that
makes it good or bad*
L Uu'.V slli,u''
ft'hv  was  tho giant Goliath   vory
1 ,'• jstonlsbod when David bit bim
T,  ., 'stiini''.'—Hecanso sucli H  thinK
ever entered his head before.
|U. I'KiivKs its eXcelltcvck
I, best   t
sliiiioiiinl   one    cun    have    of
ln,i,. of Dr, 'l'homus' Eclectric Oil
i treatment of bodily pubis. cqjjuIih,
, anil allections of the resmrntor.v
* j,; M trial mt it. li nol found
anvereiitn    remedy  H   Is  reputed   to
,*,'„,„   it     muy   he   rejected   us   useless
■I  ihnt   hus  been   !=-'■'
,.,l as untruthful
li!* -'
f   ,n that  hns been  suid in its pruise
i|irn did  King   .lohn   resemble  n
L whoso tilings wore not. returned
l,is laundress?—Wh<*h his baggage
ioSt in the Wash.
RICHARDS  &. CO,
.'.- sirs,—Your  MINARD'S l.INl-
t-yi'   is   our    remedy    tor    sore
,,i   colds   antl   all ordinary nil-
i never fails   to   relieve  uml cure
l'l i.v.
CII.M'.I.I'.s  WFIOOTEN,
• Mulgrave,
part ni the History pf Ro	
;,! .ni old lady    naturally   object
,.,,ii'—'Ibo histoid of her decline
Id fall.  	
|Sa!t Rheum, Tetter, Eczema.
I,.M, distressing (skin disease* relieved
one application. Ur. Agnew's Ointment
u potent cine for ull eruplloni ot the
a Unuton, Wllkeaharre. says:
[ , j,,, years 1 wus dliflffuretl with
mi tne h.mils. Dr. Acucw'k Oint-
i   I  I   ii "    KB  cents—III
p, n pair of spectacles could Bpeak
ut ..aan' historian would they
Hon'?—Kusebius  (vuu bub by us).
ha- is must  like ii cut's tall?—A
tail.
ni  should  pro  from  home  wlth-
tle of  Ur,   KelloRg'i  Dysentery
iheir pos8esalon,  us change of
'kin;,   climate,   etc.,  frequently
summer  coaiplalnt, end   then'
like  being   ready   with a eure
hand,   whlch  oftenl nioa  sn-.<■-.
■ring,   end    frequently  vnluoble
-. Cordial  bus gained for I fuel I
■a.!    reputation    for   aftorhing
illcf    from    all     atttnroer   corn-
tone ''."iv thrown Into the
Is- .i what would it become?-—A
■toi ■■ I wet  st«m'i.
lv were ib" bulfdcrs ot tho Tower
Ibol like the letter P?—Because
in.nie a brick  fabrick,
  \
BUSHEL OF FLIE8 havo actually
i •*. lied by ono packet of Wilson's
pads,    No  other  fly  killer com-
with Wilsou's.
SALADA
SySEr.?\hasa rePutation for a Genuine Sterling
Worth that none dare gainsay.   Black or Natural
Ureen.   Both equally "Pure.". Sealed Packets Only.
By All Grocers.
itevertiii« to tne duties <>: a wmp
and patronage secretary, it is an astonishing tact tlmt gentlemen of birth
and social position can bt* found to fill
the post. The junior whips' duties
are not only onerous, but Irksome.
They sit or stand in the outor lobby
of the houso from :;:•'>!) to 12:30 ut
night, and thoy ask ovory member wbo
passes where he ls goin;:, whether he
i.s paired and whon he will be buck.
If lie is not paired, they huve either
to Iliul u pair for hlm or to prevent
hii.i from passim: oul by coaxing or
throats, the Conner for preference.
When their party ara lu, these gentle*
men huve lo uttuud to their office from
1'J lu 11, Their hours of duty are,
therefore, from 11 a. iu. to 12 p, in., or
thirteen hours, wltb Intervals for
lunch, and this tbey du for £1,000 a
year. When llieir party is out tbey
• in i;. minus their office work, for nothin addition to keeping an rye on his
luul i •■-. the chief whip, who has £2,0Q0
n year, deals with the members on
their more touchy side, lt Is lie wbo
practically distributes ribbons and
titles ami sees that cards of invitation
aro seat to Uiis man and that: that no
one Is given undue preference, u delicate duty which requires much tact
ami skill.—London Standard.
HEALTHY BABIES
B ;i   illl lo  dun's  toil  liko    the
.i   iiis'1—Been use it  is f.ir-
Bin thc bark,
rd's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
lia.ijcers  of  tlie  Sen.
fourth day a perfect mountain
Uer, the biggest sea 1 bavo ever
[In ull my life, came towering up
l on the Roddam.   I tbougbt she
foundered, but she shook it off,
»'c saw that the after dork house
■be hand steering gear bad been
ltd :i way us clean us cutting off
wp of a cake.  A piece of the truck
■ot jammed In the wheel chains,
tlio next bash the rudder got broke
■talus.   In half a minute we were
[Wing helplessly in tbo trough of
_t&, and I knew tbat another big
'ould  end  tbe   chapter.    QetUug
'•a toother, I made a try at get-
the chain picked up and spliced.
ward,  who   was   a   bravo   lad.
over the side and got up the
end.   We bad tied ourselves to-
for the work, and that was ull
Ppt us from boini; washed ovtr*
lu a tew minutes wo had con*
f<i up thr* chain   wltb n strong
[and were ready to get back iitnld-
''l.eii   the   wreck   of   lhe   band
' - gear, wblcb was swinging
! • • clipping around and i tlUgbt
I <vnr I'i log, taking it off like a
1 bops off a boue. Mi tropoll*
Paguzlne,
Healthy babies nre always happy
babies. If the stomach and bowels
are kept right the little ones will l,o
healthy nnd happy. Baby's Own
Tablets are the b'-st thing in the
world to accomplish this purpose.
The Tablets are the favorite prescription of B doctor who for years
made the ailments of the little ones
a Specialty. They are used in thousands of homos, bringing henlth to
little ones nnd comfort lo mothers.
The Tablets roduce fever, break up
colds, expel worms, check diarrhoea,
cure constipation, promote Indigos-
tion. allay the irritation of teething
nnd bring sound healthy sleep. Ask
any mother who has used theso tablets and she will tell you thoro is no
othor medicine so safe and effect ipo.
Good for the new born baby or the
well grown child, and guaranteed to
contain no opinio or harmful drug.
/Medicine dealers every where sell tlio
Tablets or vou can cat. them by mail
nt 2,"> cents a box by writing The
Dr. Williams' Medicino Co.. Uroek-
ville, Ont.
What time oi" night will cats go In
at ilie front door?—When they lind it
open.
ENGLISH SPAVIN U.MMFXT
Remove! nil hord, soft or calloused
lumpi and blemishes Irotn hoi"s*», blood
■pat In, curbs, splints, ringbone Sweeney,
Milieu. Sprains; cures sore snd swollen
tliront,   COURllf,   eK'.    Sine   $jO    by    Hie
use of one bottle.   Warranted   the most
■Aonderful   Blemish   Cure ever known.
What   make- more
in a  sty?—Two pigs.
than a  pig
What is the most wonderful animal
in the farm yard?—A pig, because he
is  killed and  then  cured.
Deafness of 12 Year's Stand
itli).     i i,mauled I'litiirrli  produce* eetifne-s
in    many    cases.     Captain   lien.   Connor,
I of  Toronto,   Canada,   »us deal    (or    \2
yeara    from    Catarrh,      All    treatments
; failed to relieve    Dr, Agnew's OataprheJ
I Powder gave him relief In one Uny. ami
I in a veiv short while the deafness left
him entirely. It will do as much lor
you.    fit) cents —88
What   may a  ben  said   lu  I"'  doing
when she cackles alter laying mi i'KH''
Chanting her little lay.
Why would nn owl he offended if
you culled hlm a i hcaaant? -Hee uise
you would be making game ui him,
Early  lloraia* R«m l'rl/.es.
|r-' *  for  winm m  of horse races
of years ag i took  curious
The earlloi i was the "briglln
'■" golden bridle.   After ibis ibo
1 ■     nnd v. a * a bl II.   Thi.-'' Idea
'i  from  ibe custom among
I1''* "t pnclc horses of decorating
P -t horse, which lod the cavalcade,
-' ■'■ I ell, so Ibat on dark nights and
; d-'!-irons places tbo whereabouts
tlie loader might be knowu and tbe
l'"*rs follow boldly.    At Carlisle, nil-
Fr bells were raced for by the moss
popcrs and dalesmen ntul specimens
• tli" o bells tire mill retained In —«
Pw» hall.
I    \  ci RE roil  r:\ rn   «.Xti   Stil V.
I Pan lelce's \ eiteti ble I'lll      ui ■'
, ,■ a   (or   ii-'    "i    iu *     ' Hi '■'''' ''    ''"'*
• . .     he found    '  thel	
|n nny 1Mb     ■    I     ■   ■■■   and ague lhe>
.'    upi      11,,-   seri •    mil
,i ,. ,  ,,-..„  v, hlrh  ! n -  loui
the  blood      'l h \    rorreel   lhe  li ipurltli
, h    Owl   enl ri    Into    '• ••    -* tetu
,1a,,,,,,.   |, ,' . a ■ ||0| ,'V f,">ll " l
used  as s  i revi   tlve fevi rs sre nt -a
Two \ 'v.. I* and fifty will mine   ,,
flsb.—feel,
IN MODERN DAYS.
The Ways of Doing  Things
Have Greatly Changed.
No Krnnch of Silence has mnde Greater
Advancement Than Hint of Medicine
—Thousands of Lives Prolonged by
Modern Discoveries.
"Few things have developed ns nip-
idly during the past quarter of a Centura as the science of medicine," suid
a well know n practitioner recently.
"And undoubtedly the most striking
phase in its progress is In the treut-
ment of the blood. In the old
days it was thought thut opening a
vein and letting tlie blood out wus a
:ure for must discuses, 'i'he utter
fallacy of that theory was discovered
after a whilo. Then the symptoms of
the disease were treated and the
•.dood disregarded, That also has
been shown to be a wrong practice,
for, though driven uway for u time,
tho symptoms ulways return if tho
cause is not removed, and thu disease
is worse than before. It is the root
of the disease that must be attacked, nnd the most important development of modern medical science has
been In discovering that, In most
diseases, tliis lies In tlie condition ol
the blood. If ihe blood is thin and
pour, the nerves and vital organs
Cannot receive their proper nourishment, the system becomes rundown
and in a condition to invite disease.
Uuild up tho blood, restore the worn-
;>ut nerves and you remove the cause.
When th* cause is roiio the disease
will  vanish."
An Instance of the truth of ibis is
given by Miss A. M. Tuckoy, Ox-
drift, Ont., who says:—"1 do not
know what would have become of
me had it not boen for l>r. Williams'
Pink Pills. My blood seemed to have
turned to water, and 1 was troubled
with dizziness, hcahaches and Reti-
?ral prostration. 1 tried several
medicines but instead of irettiiiK better I was gradually but surely growing worse. I became so weuk I
could no longer work, and it was
while in this condition I wus advised to try Dr. Williams' I'ink
Tills. After using the pills for n
few weeks I began to gain in
strength; my appetite returned, the
headaches and dizziness vanished,
and before long 1 whs enjoying ns
good health as over I bad done in
my life. 1 cannot thank you enough
for the good the pills have done me,
and I hope they will long continue
to help other sufferers."
Indigestion, neuralgia, henrt trouble, nnaemin. kidney nnd liver complaints, rheumatism, thc functional
ailments of women, and a host of
other troubles are all a disease of
thc blood, and that is why they arc
always cured by the use of Dr. William's I'ink l'ills, which actually
make new, rich, red blood, thus
reaching the rout of tho disease and
driving it from the system. The
great success of this medicine has induced some unscrupulous dealers to
offer pink colored imitations, You
enn protect yourself against these hy
seeing that tho full name "Ur. Williams' I'ink l'ills for l'ule Poople" is
printed on the wrapper around every
box. Sold hy all medicine dealers,
or may be luul direct from Tho llr.
Williams' "M-odicinc* Co., Brockville,
lint., at 50 cents u box, or six boxes
for $2.50.
What is the more valuable; a ten-
pound  note   or   ton   sovereigns?—.\
ten-pound    nolo;     because   wli.ii    you
put it in your pocket you double it.
nnd when you lake it out again you
see it in creases.
Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple
Tablets. Modloid -Science by aceidetil
discovered the puisne*, a ■ ■ the pineapple u
n panacea for Mtumai'li troubles The im*
msnss |aturtenlags ol veaotalile pepsin
ioni;iiii"il iii ilu* (run makes it an m-
iiiosl   Indispensable   retnet!*,   In   easel    ol
dyspepsia    I   indlffuslioti      line    lahlel
uiiii cu h meu I will cure mosi chronic
him',   ou iii ii box, ;',."i cents.—H3
THE PARISIAN LUNCH.
A  lobstantlal  Meal   Served   la   the
Ml.Iilli- of the liny.
Noon or 12:^0 Is the universal hour
for the strictly Parisian lunch, which
commences with "hors d'oeuvres," appetizers eaten with butter—the only
time butter is ever served ou a French
table.
The endless variety of "hors d'oeuvres" would fill a volume—sardines,
shrimps, olives, radishes. Tiny salads
of every description are included among
them.
An egg or fish course follows, and
tho various ways in which both arc
cooked would also fill n volume. Next
the meat ls served—beef, mutton, lamb
or veal -accompanied by one vegetable
or a salad. If a vegetable, the salad
follows us a separate course with fowl,
game or cold meat of some kind. If a
salad is tlie accessory for the meat then
soma vegetable comes after it as a
single course preceding tbe cheese—
never omitted—and which with fruit
of some kind forms tlie dessert. lietween the salad and cheese course a
sweet dish, an "entremet," consisting
of a custard, cream, tart or tuo like, U
often served, but ebeo.se and fruit nre
Usually allowed the honor:' of the ordinary average luncheon dessert topped
off with n good cup of coffee and u tiny
glass of some liqueur.—What to Bat.
Why was the whale that swallowed |    Suppose we were to hore a hole ox-
Jonah like a milkman    who   hus ro-jactly   through    the     earth,   starting
tired  on    au    indvixntdence?—Bccuuso
he took   great profit out of the   water.
from Exeter, and you went in at
this ond, whore would you come out?
Out of the hob*.
Prostration.
For Months Mrs.   Myles   Lay a Helpless Sufferer-
Attributes Restoration to
Dr.  Chase's   Nerve   Food.
When trouble pies hunting hlm r
man may dodge It, but when a muii
(,-nos hunting trouble it hasn't nm
■.•bailee In n thousand of escaping him
—Cincinnati Times-Star.
Minard's Liniment Cores Dandruff.
Why is a well-trained horse like n
benevolent man?—Ileeause it stops at
tho sound  of  woe.
Whon   is  wino  liko n  pig's  tooth?-
Wlien it is In a hog's head.
iiiiiiliifiLtsv
Till*. l.ltEAT KNULISH HE.UEUV.
TESTIMONIAL from the  late  Sill SAM-
UK1,  BAKER, the famous Nile Explorer.
"Newton Abbot, Devon. I'enr Sirs—5
have delayed my thanks as 1 wished to
test the effect of lllair's Tills by a sufficient interval of time.
"Kor ten years I had sufleriKl acutely
from Huut and life had lost its attraction oi.dna tu tbe uncertainty of health
and suililen visitations of the enemy
which rrostrated me fur months, or weeks
according to tho virulence of the attacks
"lllair's l'ills have rendered me immense
service, as I no lonffer fear an attack
of Ooul
"For the last twenty months I have
been comparatively free, as one or two
attempted visitations have been Immediately stumped out bv the assistance of
Blair's l'ills.
"Truly yours  (Signed) Saml. W. linker.
Lyman Sons &. Co.. Montreal anil Toronto; The Hole liruc Co., Winnipeg; aad
llulUii, ll'ilu ii Wynne Co.. Winnipeg.
Mrs. John Mylos, senior, of South
Woodslee, Essex County, Ont.. is
well known throughout the surrounding country because of her work
among the sick and suffering, and it
was on account of over-exertion in
this regard that her health broke
down, and she lay weak and helpless,
a victim of nervous prostration. Doctors could not help her, and sho resolved to try Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food. As a result sho has boen
thoroughly restored, and by recommending this treatment to others
has boen thc means of bringing back
health and happiness to mnny a
weakened and discouraK*i*d sufferer
from diseases of tho nerves.
Mrs. Myles writes:—"When I began the use of Ur. Chase's Nerve
Food 1 was confined to my bed with
what tho doctors said was nervous
prostration. My stomach was very
weak, and I could not sleep at all
for any length of time. Nervous
chills and trembling woultl como over
me    at    times    and  I   seemed   to   be
getting weaker and weaker all the
time. There was nlso pains on
top of tho head, which caused m»
much suffering and anxiety.
"After using half a dozen boxes,of
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food I began to
gain in weight and to feel stronger.
Since then I have been gradually restored to health, and in looking back
can say that the improvement has
beon something wonderful. I used
in nil forty boxes of the preparation,
and feel it a duty, as well as a privilege, to recommend it to all who a,r«
suffering from nervous disorders. Several persons to whom I have described my case have used it and been,
cured, and I am sure that I owe my
presont geod health, if not lifo itself, to Dr. Chaso's Nerve Food."      v
Dr. Chase's Nervo Food. 50 cents
a box, nt all dealers, or Edmonson,
Dates & Company, Toronto. To
protect you against imitations, tho
portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.
Chase, the famous receipt book author, arc on every box.
•ab'iihad Grain Commission
Merchant in Winnipeg. v^_
I AM THE OLDEST ;
Consign jour grain fo mo and get prompt service, careful attention*
and highest market prices. Q     £t sq | gy b*-      DRAWER
Reference-UN!CN BANK of CANADA.   v£»    WrlilVt,        | 3Q0.
— l*f -"-lain 'a ,ir<ii ia a-i-MinairMaraaiBMa»-^-*--'Ti^TTYwn.T^Hgi*»Tiwa-aTin'aTManrtiMrnBMaw»^rMii--BtiMii^iWIW
The present ir.ilii atlons point to a spotted wheat crop in Southern Manitoba on
account of rust. Wo ha\« had a (jreat deal of experience hatKlliun shrunken
Krain. Vou may have the benefit, of this experience hy shipping your crnin to u».
The upper half ot Manitoba anil the Territories have a jne bij; crop if noi
dnnicRed by frost, and wa would like to show you prices wa can tret, tor grade
wlmat.   L«t ms prove Uiesa facts to you, as we are doins to your neighbors.
McLaughlin & Ellis
fiRAlN EXCBAN-3E, Winnipeg.    ■
REFERENCES: Canadian B«ok or
Commerce, Commercial Agencies.
SS. WHEAT, OATS AND FLAX
Through  a Strictly
Commission
trictlir
Firm
We handle strictly on commission therefore can givo overy n\tention
to car shipments, and will obtain the best prices for same. Ve will be
pleased to answer enquiries re prices, shipping, etc. If YOC huve grain
to ship or sell do not fail to write for our "Way of Doing Business," as
it will pay vou well.
THOMPSON, SONS & CO., The Conirissioi Merchants, Winnipeg.
BANKERS ■- UNION BANK OF CANADA.
What   town   i   Norfolk is like ham
d i  live shilling.*! a  pound'.'   I   i ului in
Wly  *•*''*•  Hul I' "•  !"'   rude- to 11
[IccniiHO ■ ha pul led  I	
on his corn,
IT IS WORTH  10 CENTS to el«u
your house of fbos, utul one packet of
Wilson's Ply l'ads will do it.
SHIRT
Made big enough for a big
man to work in with comfort. |
Has more material in it than
any other brand of shirt in
Canada. Made on the
H.B.K. scale it requires .?Q %
to 42 y.-H'd;* per dozen, whereas
common shirts have only .""2
to 3** yards,
FARMERS will find it to their advantage to consign their GRAIN ta
ROBERT MUIR & CO., Winnipeg
WHO pay highest prices and make prompt returns. Advances mado oa
ecusiagnments. Correspondent* solicited. Established 188S. Referenc*—
Union Hank of Canada.   	
Why is I n klnrrhitin Pnlaeo the
cheapest of houses?—Hecause It wns
bulll for ono sovoroiffn and furnished
fur  another.
Bilious?
Dizzy? HeadacBc? Pain
Pad of your eyes? It's your
tvw! Use Ayer's Pills.
Vently laxative; all vegetable,
sold foreOyears.     ££,«»;
IT PAYS TO im- the hest nnil Wil*
urn's Fly l'ads uro the best fly killers
made.
I   Why dou>. .1 donkej ont a thistle?—
, Ilociuise bo's an nss.
! Minard's liniment Cares Burns, etc,
1
What   parts   ol'   voiirsell'  does  a   c,".r-
pi'iiier often use: and. when beheaded
nro  whnl   «*0  should   all   wish    to    be
freo from'.'—Nails, nils.
Which   are   the li.'iiies,  men—Englishman. Scotchmen or li'lahmen?—In
; Ireland there are men of Curl-.. Ill
I Scotland man of Aye bul In v?.ng-
[land on tho Thamos there ore lightermen.
USEFUL AT ALL TIMES.—In winter
or in summer I'aruieloo'a Vegetable rill*.
will cope with anil overcome auy IrreRU-
iniiiira ol the dlffoitlvc oi'sans which
change ol diet, change of residence, or
variation ol temperature inoy brhm
11I111111 Thev nhould uh-uv a he kepi nt
hand, mid onte their beneflcinl action he*
I'otni's known no one v :i' he without
them. There Is ni'iMin.' uaueeatlna In
their Ktructuro, and the nioet delicate
can use ihem confldrntl.v
-tat your moustache or beard
'"-"•aulifm brown or rich black? Uso
'SDYE
THK CHEAPEST   FLY   KILLERS
Mini:  ARE   WII.SX.VS  TADS nnd
Ihey  are  sold   every where.   Ileware of
Imltnl Ions,
If a king kiss a qtioen and a queen
kiss  a   kine.   what   public   Imililinc  in
I London will it roprosont?—-The Hoynl
Stuck   i''.\ebiini'i..
Name  th
England Bin
niy   Kn.e.   crowned   In
■ tin' Conquost — James
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.
Why   is   it    probable   thnt    Kim:
Charles consented   lo bo exocuted?-
[., who was King of scutl.md beforo jjecaUM   they   nxed hliu whothcr  h
•***■ *■,>!>«!>ro„n»nc4.w.«.j |U. „.as crowned King of England.       W0,lW or noti
That's the rcitson why the
H.B.K. •'Big" Shirt never
chafes the armpits, is never
tight at tlie neck or wriit-
bands, is always loose,, full
an ! comfortable and wean
wrll. *~
Each shirt bears a tiny .*<■<>*<
that tells the whole history
of the "Big" Shirt, and
,-ilso contains a notarial
declaration that the H.B.K.
"Big" Shirt contains 39^
to 42 yards of material tier
dozen.
Sold at all dealers but only
with this brand:—
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.
Montreal       Winnipeg
tmmsstmsmmavaamm—m
Dawson
1
MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.
Oraln In cir lots bought on track or sold on commission. Reasonable
advances made. Prompt returns. Correspondence solicited. Refereircsi
Any Dinlf ic Winnipeg.
ROOM 414,  GRAIN EX,  BLDO..  WINNIPEG.
OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES
PORTABLE ENGINES FOR
THRESHING
and STATIONARY for CHOPPINQ and
WOOD SAWING in stook n'. all times. Wo
ciri siii|i in a day's notice. Wc have sold u larno
numlier of thoie 1 ni;i;i>'- nnd every one hus given the hest of stti'factlon to our oiutomers.
Wiite us for Prices und Catalogue,
We nro dealers In Engines, toiler:', Wood
Working Machinery. Blsonsmtth 'loots, Power
Hni'iniirs, Hulls,  forges, FmeryWheels und
Pulleys, Shafting*,  Rubber and  Ui.Uicr lloltin:,', Elevuior Machinery, in (act
in; in ihe machinery ii.:u.
SUnd
1 vurytlii
Henry Ave, l^ast.
BURRIDQE-C00PER CO., Ltd., Winnipeg.
Who knows anything about
"BANNIGER"?
All Buyers, Sellers and Users of
EDDY'S IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING PAPER
Are interested in this question
Will every reader of this enquiry "Who knows anything about
BANNIGER,       Please drop a line on the subject to,
The E. B. EDDY COMPANY, HULL, CANADA.
I   Whnt makes morn noise than a pip     How did the Bnail reac
'in a sty.'—Two pigs. ■''.•' perseverance.
h the nrk?-
Ti-ere I" ni":.' Catarrh In  till" s-otlon nf the ] .....       , .    , ,. , .
rountr" than all othtr .!:.-«« put toK..th.'r. ! Why do little birds In the.r nests
and until the tait few years waa supposed to b«  agree?—For four of  falling out.
Incurable.   For .1 sreat many roare doctors pro-	
uounced it » loi'al dlieaaa mi'l prcwrlbed local
r«**ntdlta, and by conatantly falllnic to olira with I    Why  does    the    cock shut,  his  oyofl
i,,.,; treatment, pronounced ll ;"''•";'''';'•.:™\   when' he Crows?—DoCaUSO ho knows it
tnce lin» proven catarrh t" h** a iv*,nniitu.ionni
i!latate  mui   therefore  require!  c-j.-wtitutionni   hy heart.
treatment    Hall'i Catarrh Cure, manufactured j 	
by F  ,T. Cheney ft Co., Ta   C 1, n'-ilo. la the only
, „ , ; ,.• ,nal .ui" "ii tho market, lt l« taken In what place (Inl the roek crow so
Intiirnnlly In do»e» from 10 rjropa to a ttaapoon- loud thnt all the world heard hiin'.'—
...:    ,, ... ;, airectly an the blood r.n.l «*joua ',      , ,
.,..,  r lha eyatem.   They en-r One Bund* lJ      '       ' '
■•..1 Dol are for nnv caee ll faalli to ciii-r.   bund
- a rn, ila'.e and teetlmonlaH    Addreae
F, .1. CHBN'BT! ft CO., Toledo, O.
P'l'.l 1 v V! 1I1UBI'!*.'.■*', "'"
Kall'a Family Pllli me tha beet.
Why  is  a  dog  liitiiiL;   his  own    tail
liko  a   good   manager?—Because   ho
makes both ends meat,
When    does    a    leopard  change    his
spot's?—When    ho   moves   from   ono
place  to another.
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W/    N    -U    No     499
tammmm  _.  _.        ■ — Supplement to The Drill.
Sale of Lands for Inpaid Delinquent Taxes In the Slocan
Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
I hereby give notice that on Wednesday the 12th day of October A. D. 1904, atthe
hour often o'clock in the forenoon, at the Government office, at Kaslo, B. C, 1 shall sell
at public auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out,
for the delinquent taxes unpaid by sajd persons on the 31st day of December, 1903, and for
interest, costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale, if the total amount
due is not sooner paid.
Name  of  Person
Fletcher,   Frank   	
Mulvey,  Thos	
Fair. J. Albert  	
Upsett.  H.  J.  W	
I'unnett, R. B	
noli*vert, O	
Fletcher.  F	
Selous.  Harold   	
Darling, R. and Co	
Aylwin,   Chas	
Mulvey,   Thos	
Lawrence, J. C	
Howell, E. C	
Wilson, A. M	
WllllaniHon,  J.   N	
Oro Mining & Milling Co.
Ilrayion & Campbell  	
Miller,   K	
Bnterprtie Mines	
Stiililm, Wm	
COok, .Jewelt & Wooley ...
Sboit   Description   of  Property.
Pt. I>it 337 O. 1, West Arm, 100 acres
Pt. of Bub Div. 1 of Lot 381, G. 1, 75 acres
Sub Div. li of Dot 381, G. 1. 215 acres
.-iiil* Div. 12 of Lot 381, (5. 1., 208 acres
north  half of  Lot  483,  G.   1.,  80  acres
Pt Loi 383, G. 1.. 76 acres	
Lot 3!T>, G. 1., 160 acres 	
Ixit 605. G. l., 100 acres	
Lot 683. G. 1., 122 acres	
Lot 1256, G. I., 142 acres	
Pt. Lot 1531, G. 1. 86 acres	
Ixit 1886, (1. 1., 160 acres 	
Lol 1898, O. 1„ 146 acres 	
Lot 8884, G. 1.. 149 arres 	
Lot 2355. G. 1.. 57 acres  j
Ixit 2513. G. I., 160 acres  i
Ixa 5188. G. 1.. 160 acres	
Pl Lol 4780, G. 1.. Sub Div. 2, 3 acres..)
Lot  5106, G.I., :i.()7 acres  I
Pt Ixit 123'J, G. L, Township 22, 59 acres
Lot 471   G   l„ 160 acres 	
Delinquent Taxes
Interest
Taxes.      at Date
! of Sale
Statutory
Cost ami
[ Expenses
$12.00
1.44
4.30.
4.80
56.06
2.40
12.00
12.00
9.60
49.94
1.40
57.65
45.20
37.61
2.28
88.25
12.00
3.20
.60
2.40
24.00
Dated at Kaslo, D. C, this 8th day of September. 1904
ALEX LUCAS,
Slocao Assessment District
KASLO,
$     55
$ 2.00   I
.06
2.00   !
.20
2.011   :
.22
2.00   |
8.15
2.00   |
.12
2.0(1     ;
.55
2.00   j
.55
2.00   j
.45
a un
•-
7.20
2.00   i
.06
2.00
7.30
2.00
5.35
J,00
4.30
1.00
.10
2. a"
11.77
] hu
.54
•j nn
.20
2.00
.03
2.00
.10
a   (III
1.80
1.00
Total
$14.55
3.5(1
6.50
".OJ
66.21
4.5!
11,55
11.55
12.0»
59.lt
3.4«
66.95
52.55
43.91
4J
1112.0!
14.51
5.«
'i 6!
1.50
2780
po.
....... j-,,11 menu M*
It forfreezlngweallier, DRILL
SLOCAN,   S.  C.
, , aa .  one inirst after?—
:il b«r*** 	
gome   mon    like   glow-
"^•j  Because    it    must    be   dark
?m_v_.	
waS   the giant  (ioliuth    very
k   stonished when  David hit him
f? * 'stone'.'—ileeause such a thing
■** '!vi'i' entered his head  before.
,, u, pui (V ES  ITS EXCELLWVCK
i
' u"tn'uin""0' <>f bodily pains, CQJJHhS.
1 „i ftHeotiooa of the respiratory
* "' !• a trial   at It.     II not   found
'\,.ii'ipi    reinetly   it   Is  reputed    to
,"i",ii  it    raay  t'p   reiecteil  ns   useless,
. '•".'! ||lfli   lins been   Bald   in   its  pruiso
•jnced »s untruthful.
*,•,„,,, did   King   «Iohn   resemble   a
whose things were not returned
i,iS laundress?—Whqn his baggage
the Wash.
Inside Facts.
II
Its the "inside" Facts the cup
drawing contents of a packet that
makes it good or bad-
Ila
Mt    I
,tinioaial   one    enn    have    ut
,,-  [tr,  Thomas'   Kclectrlc  Oil
RICHARDS &  CO.
M. sirs,—Vour  MINAIMi'S I.INI-
Wy    ,..     oor     remedy     for     sore
tmli colds    and    all   ordinary  ail-
\s
U never fail*-   to   relieve   and core
mpiiy*
I'll M'.I.KS WHOOTEN.
p • Mulgrave,
llk.ii part of tho Ilisiorv of Rome
raid na old lady    naturally    object
,,,,,|a—The  lnsloi'"**« of  her  decline
id full. 	
Salt Rheum, Totter, Eczema.
-;>„... distressing   skin   diseases rel lev »d
, application, Ur.Agnew'i Ointment
,, potent cure for ull eruptions ol the
jai    Gaston,   Wilkesbarre,    suys:
I . ..,, yean   I   was  disfigured    with
«ier on  tne  hands     Ur.   Aenew's tluit-
._!,,! ii ••   »a cents.—81
i pair of  spectacles  could  speak
nncicnl    historian   would    they
•— Kus.'hills   (Von   see   by   US),
U    •   is  most   like  a   cat's   tail'.'-A
ifs tail.
\. person Bhould  tru from  home  within f  Dr    KcIIork's  liyseuii'i■*.-
i,  a their possession, us change ol
ookinx    climate,  etc.,  frequently
nnmer  complaint.  and   thei e
like  being   ready   with a sure
•   hand,   which  oftentimes saves
suffering,    and    frequently  valuable
i in-. Cordial  bus gained  tor ltsell
■ -.  end    reputation    for   afforhing
hellel    from    all     siiininer    com-
If n stone were   thrown   Into   the
I   -. ,i   vvhftl     WOUld   it    become'?—A
Utonc i wet stone).
wi ro I he bulfders of the 'I'ower
Bobel like the   letter F?—liecn use
'■■ mnde a brick fabrick.
 \
A BUSHEL OF FLIES have actually
•♦en killed by one packet of Wilson's
ly Pads. Xo other fly killer com-
ares with Wilson's.
SALADA
SS?h «£♦ reputation fora Genuine Sterling
taRnlhT ?,are gainsay.   Black or Natural
ureen.   Both equally "Pure.". Sealed Packets Only.
By All Grocers.
ne verting to tne duties Ot ti wmp
and patronage secretary, it is an astonishing fact that gentlemen of birth
and social position ean be found to Oil
the post. The junior whips' duties
nre not only onerous, but Irksome.
They sit or stand in the outer lobby
of the house from 8:30 to 12:30 at
night, and they ask every member who
passes where lie is going, whether be
Is paired and when he will be baek.
if he is uot paired, they have either
to lind a pair for blm or to prevent
11ii.i from passing oul by coaxing or
threats, lhe former for preference.
When Iheir party ara in. these gentlemen have to attend to their ollice from
1- to .'.. Their hours of duty are,
therefore, from ll a. m. to 1- p. in,, or
thirteen hoars, with Intervals for
lunch, and Ibis they do I'or £1,000 a
year, When their party is om. they
ilo It, minus their office work, for nuth-
in addition to keeping an eye on his
luul irs, the chief whip, who has £2,0QQ
a year, deals with the members on
their more touchy side, li Is he who
practically distributes ribbons and
titles and sera tbot cards of invitation
are seut lo this man and tbat; tbat no
one is given tindnc preference, a delicate duty which requires much tact
and skill.— I .oiiiiuii Standard.
IN MODERN DAYS.
The Ways of Doing
Have Greatly Changed.
Things
HEALTHY BABIES
■VI s a littlo dog's tail like the
■ a . ,, i ric-i—llcc.uisr it is far-
»eS e.   the  bark.
barfs Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
iu iiiiT. of tlie Sen.
Hit* fourth day u perfect mountain
if wuter, tiie biggest sea 1 have ever
• :i in all my life, came towering up
nl foil ou the Roddom, I thought she
>as foundered, but she shook it off,
cd we saw that the after deck house
ind the hand steering gear had been
anted nway as clean as cutting off
'•■i-' top er a cake. A piece of the truck
i-.<l irnt jammed iu the wheel chains,
tad tin* next bash the rudder got broke
bechnlns, In half a minute we were
fallowing helplessly In the trough of
iw sea, ami i knew that another big
;J would end the chapter. Getting
lie men together, I made a try at get*
:i» tli" chain picked UP and spliced.
be steward, who was a brave lad,
v,'-t OVi r tbe side and got up the
1 end. We bad tied ourselves to-
Wher for tho work, and that was all
■*•** kept us from being washed im,'-
••id. iu a tew minutes wo had con*
• -inl op ti1P chain wilh a strong
trap and were ready to get back amid*
''■■'■   IVbeu   lhe   vv're.k   of   the   hand
'f'   ' '      gear,   which   was   swinging
■     ■ ' lipping uround and caught
; I's leg, taking it off like o
' "  t chops "if a bone.   Mi tropoll*
■BMaguzl ie,
ITenlthy babies arc always happy
babies. If the stomach end bowels
are kept right the littlo ones will be
healthy and happy. Baby's Own
Tablets are the best thing in the
world to accomplish this purpose.
Tho Tablets are the favorite prescription of a doctor who for years
made the ailments of the little ones
a specialty. They* are used in thousands of homes, bringing health to
little ones nnd comfort to mothers.
The Tablets reduce fever, break up
colds, expel worms, check diarrhoea,
cure constipation, promote Indigestion, allay the irritation of teething
and bring sound healthy sleep. Ask
any mother who baa. used these tablets and she will tell you there is no
other medicine so safe and effectipe.
Good for the new born baby or the
well grown child, and guaranteed to
rotitoin no opiate or barn.fill drug.
f Medicine dealers everywhere sell the
Tablets or you can C"t them by mail
at 2.") cents a box by writing Tho
Dr. Williams' Medlcino Co., Brockville, Ont.
V. hat   time  of   night   Will   eats  go   ill
at  the front door?—When thej  hnd it
Open.
ENGLISH SPAVIN  I.lM.MI'M
Removes    oil    herd,   soft   or    calloused
lump* snd blemishes Irom  horses,  blood
spavin, curbs, :;.!n;'.'*. rlngbo o, sv ney,
stifles,   sprains    I ne-. sore   nml    swollen
throat,   COURhS,    StC       Sum-   J.'ill     I'.V     UlO
use of ons bottle,   Warranted   the moat
■Aiimia-rtui Blemish Cun* ever known.
Wha!   make,  more n
iii a sty'—Two pigs,
than a  pig
!     What   is tie' most   wonderful  animal
'in tlie farm yard?—\ pig. because ho
is  killed and  tben cured.
Deafness of 12 Year's Stand
(nil.    i leii.uii'd Catarrh produces rfoafosss
in many ruses I'npluiii 11*" Connor,
of Toronto, Uanada. wus deal for IJ
year* frem Catarrh All treatments
failed to relieve lo Aanew'a Catarrhal
Powder ttu.c loin rebel In one nay. sua
in a. verv short while the desinSSS left
hlm entirely It will do as much lor
you.    ,riO cents — 't'l
Ao Branch of Sotoace has made (Jreatcr
Advancement Than that of Medicine
—Thousands or Lives Prolonged by
Modern Discoveries.
"Few things have developed as rapidly during the past quarter ol a cen-
ture as the science of medicine," said
a well known practitioner recently.
"And undoubtedly the most striking
phaso in its progress is in the treatment of the blood. In tbe old
duys it was thought that opening a
vein and letting the blood out wus a
:ure for most diseases. Tbo utter
fallacy of tin. t theory was discovered
9-ftcr a while. Then the symptoms of
the disease were treated and the
blood disregarded. That nlso bas
been shown to be a wrong practice,
Tor, though driven uway for a time,
thc symptoms always return if the
zauso is not removed, and thu disease
is worse than before, lt is the root
of the disease tlmt must be attacked, and the most important development of modern medical science lias
been in discovering that, in most
diseases, this lies in the condition of
the blood. If ihe blood is thin and
poor, the nerves and vital organs
"annot receive their proper nourishment, the system becomes rundown
and In a condition to invito disease,
lluild up tho blood, restore the worn-
out nerves and you remove the cause.
(Vhen tho cause is gone the disease
will  vanish."
An instance of the truth of this is
given by Miss A. M. Tuekey, Ox-
irift, Ont., who says:—"1 do not
know what would have become of
me had it not been for Dr. Williams'
I'ink Pills, My blood seemed to havo
turned to water, and 1 was troubled
with dizziness, hoahaches and general prostration. 1 tried several
medicines but instead of getting better I was gradually but surely growing worse. 1 became so weak I
could no longer work, and it was
while In 'his condition I was advised to try l>r. Williams' I'ink
Pills. After using the pills for a
few weeks I began to gain in
strength; my appetite returned, the
headaches and dizziness vanished,
and before long 1 was enjoying as
good health as ever I had done in
my life. I cannot thank you enough
for the good the pills have done me,
and I hope they will long continue
to help other sufferers."
Indigestion, neuralgia, henrt trouble, anaemia, kidney and liver complaints, rheumatism, the functional
ailments of women, and a h< st of
other troubles are all a disease of
the blood, and thai is why they are
always cured by the use of Ur. William's Pink Pills, which actually
make new. rich, red blood, thus
reaching tho root of the disease and
driving it from the system. The
great success of this medicine has induced some unscrupulous dealers to
offer pink colored imitations. You
can proiOCt yourself against these bv
seeing thai the full name "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills lor Pale People" is
printed on the wrapper around every
box. Sold by all medicine dealers,
or mav be had direct from The llr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,
lint., at ">0 cents a box, or six boxes
tor $1>.51J.	
What is the more valuable; a ton-
pound note or ton sovereigns'.'—A
ten-pound note; because whan you
put it iu your pocket ymi double it,
and When vou lake it. out again you
sii*   it   in   creases.
Karl? lion.,- Raoa PrU*s.
1'    ■  for  winners of  horse  races
•  ''ds nr vear.-. ag i topic  curiou;
' Tho earliest was thu "briglla
' ' golden bridle.   After this tho
1 E       .ud v,a.* a bi 11,    This idea
u  fron)  tbe custom among
!''"' 'I's Of pack  horses of deeoriltlug
' liorse, Which led the cavalcade,
"Itli n I ell, bo Ihol on dark nights and
* -langerouq plapos the whereabouts
' • " lender might be known and the
°**'ers follow* boldly.   At Carlisle, sil-
' '" !l* were raced for by the moss
'" Pets and dalesmen and specimens
/ tll"'o bells nre still retained In the
***» hall.
JBilious?
Ulzzy? HeadacBc? Pain
pack of your eyes? It's your
"vcr! Use Ayer's Pills,
yentlv laxative; all vegetable.
SUor <-*0_years.     {£«.";:
What   may   a   hen   said   I"   bo  doing
vvle'ii she cackles after laying an OW?
Chanting her littlo lay
————————-——
Why would    an   owl  be offended   if
you called luni a  i hcasnnt*?   Ul'C itise
you   would  be  milking  game of  him,
\   ci RE  FOH   I"'*> I'U   '*■'   ,'(i' '
I'..        ■        .-     a-.       *       \    .,.,-.      ' '       I'lH ■ 'Olll I
,..'   i,,i   ii a Imate     mid   l he*,
|,P  found   to   preserve   their   pnvvei
i,, a,lV   i,ei' i •"    in !'•>'■'  in •! in'aie the*,
rl    up.      i: •
the i i  a-hlrh hn      »n> hiii
||.,a |, ' ||,l POI :a" ll    'PUI    ''   •'
v |,|r|,    i,,..i    ,• ,■.    -a •    Into    'I •     ^  leui
through   0- •     i '■''   "i    ' '   "' '    ;
u-.il  nss  i '•'"   '   o ''' ers sre m ol I
Two vowi Is Bnd IWty will name   a
Ash.—fel
Dp. Von Stan's Pineapple
Tailtt'2s. Moillmil s,-i.-nr" by Bcoident
,ii eovsrml lh* potency nf the plneaunls as
ii  imoiiiii'.i  for uiutiiHi'h trouliltiM   Ths lin*
a ^,-    i.ei, uiiIh ;.■    ol    vi uulublo    I"-," In
,,, lUilneil   In   i hu  (run    iiiukss  it   an  al*
im -i   in Hi ;,-a- ubls   rtnni ilj   m   i "**s    "'
djHpi'i an na"    lab st
aii,i   i'qi ii  niful   will  ' ure  mosi    chronic
uasvs   UU  In  •■  !    ■    ll  "* —;l*t
THE PARISIAN LUNCH.
A  Sabstantlal   Meal   Served   la   the
111 ill tilt* of the Day.
Noon or 12:30 Is the universal hour
for the strictly Parisian lunch, which
commences with "hors d'ocuvres," appetizers eaten with butter—the only
time butter is ever served on a French
table.
The endless variety of "hors d'ocuvres" would fill a volume—sardines,
shrimps, olives, radishes. Tiny salads
of every description are included among
them.
An egg or flsb courso follows, and
the various ways In which both aro
cooked would also fill a volume. Next
the meat Is served—beef, mutton, lamb
or veal accompanied by one vegetable
or n salad. If a vegetable, the salad
follows us a separate course with fowl,
game or cold meat of some kind. If a
salad is the accessory for the meat then
soma vegetable comes after it as a
single courso preceding the cheese-
never omitted—and which with fruit
of sonic kind forms the dessert. lietween the salad and cheese course a
sweet dish, an "eutreinet," consisting
of a custard, cream, tart or tne like, is
often served, but cheese and fruit are
usually allowed the honors of tho ordinary average luncheon dessert topped
Off with n good cup rif coffee and a tiny
glass of some liqueur.—What to Bat.
Why was the whale that swallowed | Suppose we were to lore a hole ex-
Jonah like a milkman who has re-lactly through the earth, starting
tired oa an ind-opendonco'."—Because
he took great profit out of the water.
from Exeter, an<l you went in at
this end, where would you come out?
Out of the hole.
When trouble goes hunting him t
man mny dodge It, but when tl man
goes hunting trouble It hasn't oni
chance In a thousand of escaping him
—Cincinnati Times-Star.
Minard's Liniment Cnres Dandruff.
Why is a well-trained horse like a
benevolent hian?—Because it stops at
the sound of woe.
When  is wine like a pig's  tootle-
When it   is In a  bog's head.
lipippfflii
•rur. (iitEAi KNUU8H kk.ukdv.
TESTIMONIAL from the late SIR SAMUEL BAKER,  the [anions Nile  Explorer.
"Newton Abbot, Devon. 1'ear Sirs—J
have delayed my thanks as 1 wished to
tost the -''ITect of lllair's l'ills by a suHi-
cient Interval of time.
"For ten vears 1 had sufferi*! acutely
from Cout anil life had lost its attraction owing to tin* uncertainty of health
and sudden visitations of the enemy
which prostrated me for months, or weeks
according to tho virulence of the attacks
"lllnir's l'ills bave rendered me Immense
serviie. as I no loiiuer lear an uttack
of '.lout
"For the last twenty months I have
hern comparatively fret*, as one or two
attempted visitations have been Immediately stamped out bv the assistance   of
lllair's l'ills.
"Truly yours (Signed) Sam!. W. Itaker.
Lyman Sons ..v. Co., Mon'real and Toronto; The Hole l'ruu Co., Winnipeg; aud
Uurtiii, tl'Ue ii Wynne Co., Winnipeg.
Why   Is   l »i !■■ iiirhnm     Pnlaco   the
cheapest   of     hoUSCS?*   Ilocniise   II   WT1S
built for one sovereign ami furnished
tor another,
IT PATS TO BUY the hest nnd Wilton's Ply I'ads aro the best ily killers
. made.
I     Why  doe*   a  dollkoj   eat  a   I hist le"—
Ileeause he's an ass
' Minard's Liniment Cures Bcrns. etc,
What parls of yourself does a carpenter often use; an.l. when beheaded
nre whal ivo should all wish to be
free from'.'—Nails, ails.
What   town  .ii  Norfolk  i    like hnm
ai  i.ve shillings a pound     IVi
\\ hv was Hul li \ • •■•   ■ .-' ■    ' "
I'....-.! ii--,* ■ ho |iull id hi - em s und ti oil
on ins corn.
IT is WORTH io CENTS to dew
your house of flies, und one packet of
Wilson's Ply l'ads will do it.
■
Which   nre   the li./nie^,   men—Knc-
llshmon, Scotchmen or Irish men?—In
Inland   there    aro    men    of  I '.'i'i- .    in I
Scot land  inun    of    Ayr.    bul   111   l'-n^-
bllld  on   the   Thames   there   are   light
ermen.
USEFUL AT ALL TIMES.—In winter
or iu sun mer 1'iirun'lri*'„ Vegetable Fills
will cope with and overcome any Irregularities of ihe digestive organs which
change ol diet, rin.hue of rciKli'iico, or
variation of temperature mnj brae,*
iiiiuiii. They shoulil always he kepi nl
hand, and uut" their benellolnl action bt»-
I'oines   known   no    one     IV til   he    v. it hoot
them There Is nothing iinuMeiitlng In
their structure, nnd tl"' tin.-v llnllcato
can use them confidently
Want your moustache or beard
'•wwutlful brovnor rich black? Uso
iPJKINGHAM'S DYE
^***— — 1,1 IIAI.l.t CO., simiici E s..
Till' CHKAPEHT   FIT   KILLERS
HADE  AUK   WILMNN'S  l'ADS nml
thev  are sold  everywhere,   lleware of
inula: ions.
If a klnft kiss ii qtioen and n queen
kiss u kiiur. what public building in
London will ii  represent?—The Royal
Stock    l'Xclllllll'O.
SHIRT
Made big enough for a big
man to work in with comfort. |
Has more material in it than
any other brand of shirt in
Canada. Made on the
H.B.K. sca.c it requires 39 .
to 42 yards per dozen, whereas
common shirts have only *t2
to 33 yards.
That's the reason why the
H.B.K. "Big" Shirt never
chafes the armpits, is never
tight at tlie neck or wrUt**
hands, is always loose, full
an ! comfortable and wears
Each shirt bears a tiny book
that tells the whole history
of the "Big" Shirt, and
.also contains a notarial
declaration that the H.B.K.
"Big" Shirt contains 39^
to 42 yards of material i>er
dozen.
Sold at all dealers but only
with this brand:—
1 ; Sfre\%b .,_
Nnme the only KIiih crowned In
Englnnd slnoo tho Conquest.—alamos
I., who was King of Scotland before
he was crowned  ICIllg of  England.
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere.
Why   is   it     probable   that    Kim:
Charles consented   to bo executed*?—
Ileeause    the.v    axed  hllll whether   lie
would or not.
HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.
Montreal       Winnipeg       Dawson
l
For Months Mrs.   Myles  Lay a Helpless Sufferer-
Attributes Restoration to
Dr.  Chase's   Nerve   Food.
Mrs. John Myles, senior, of South
Woodslee, Essex County, Ont., is
well known throughout the surrounding country because of her work
among the sick and suffering, and it
was on account of over-exertion in
this rogard that her health broke
down, and she lay weak and helpless,
a victim of nervous prostration. Doctors could not help her, and ehe resolved to try Ur. Chase's Nerve
Food. As a result she has been
thoroughly restored, and by recommending this treatment to others
has been the means of bringing back
health and hnppiness to many a
weakened and discouraged sufferer
from diseases of the nerves.
Mrs. Myles writes:—"When I began the use of Dr. Chase's Nerve
Food I was confined to my bed with
what the doctors said wits nervous
prostration. My stomach was very-
weak, and I could not sleep at all
for any length of time. Nervous
chills and trembling would come over
me   at    times   and  I   seemed  to  be
getting weaker and weaker all tha
time. Thero was also pains on
top of thc head, whieh caused m«
much suffering and anxiety.
"After using half a dozen boxes.of
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food I began to
gain in weight and to feel stronger.
Since then I have been gradually restored to health, and in looking.back
can say that the improvement haa
been something wonderful. I used
in all forty boxes of the preparation
and feel it a duty, as well as a privilege, to recommend it to all who ftfe
suffering from nervous disorders. Several persons to whom I havo described my case have used it and been
cured, and I am sure that I owe my
present geod health, if not lifo IU
self, to Dr. Chase's Nerve food."      s,
Dr. Chaso's Nerve Food, 50 cc*nt9
a box, at all dealers, or Fdmanson,
Hates & Company, Toronto. To
protect you against imitations, the
portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.
Chase, thc famous receipt book author, arc on every box.
I AM THE OLDEST KSVECt!
Consign your urr.iln to mo and get prompt service, careful attention!
nnd Ugliest market prices. q, q, gj I gy tyy DRAWER
Reference-UNION BANK nf CANADA.   %$ 9    •Oi"^Bfi^|\,        | 3QQ.
The present indications point to tt spotted wheat crop In Southo      Manitoba on
account  oi  rust.    We  have hail a Ricnt deal     of    experience     hai. shrunken
gruin.    Vou ii.ay have the benefit, ol this experience by shipping your (fr.dn to ua.
The upper half of Manitoba and the T^rrlt-orr*-*!!   linvi   a  flne  bin  crop   if  not
dnnu'.ReJ  by frost,  and  we would  like to show   jua  prices   we  cun   get   for  grade
wheat.   Let as prove these facts to you, as we are doiiiR to your neighbors.
McLaughlin & Ellis
DRAIN EXCHANGE, Winnipeg.    *
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Commerce, Commercial Agencies.
xoIjr WHEAT, OATS AND FLAX commLion %SS.
We handle strictly on commission therefore can civ* every attention
to enr BhlpmontS, and will obtain the best pries for .same. We will bo
please^ to answer enquiries ro prices, shipping, etc, If VOU have groin
to ship or sell do not fall to write ter our "Way of Doing Business," as
it  will pav vou well.
THOMPSON, SONS & CO., The Connissioi Merchants, Winnipeg.
BANKERS -■ UNION BANK OF CANADA.
FARMERS will Iiud it to their advantage to consign their GRAIN ta
ROBERT MUIR & CO., Winnipeg
WHO pay highest prices and male* prompt retnrns. Advances made ob
consignments. Correspondent* solicited. Established 1886. Reference—
Vnion Rank of Canada.
MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.
Grain ln eir lots bought on track or sold on commission. Reasonable
advar.ces made. Prompt returns. Correspondence solicited. Reference.!
Any Dank ic Winnipeg.
ROOM 414,  GRAIN  EX.  BI.DQ.,  WINNIPEG.
OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES
Stand.?. Pulleys, Shafting, Rubber and
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PORTABLE ENGINES FOR
THRESHING
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WOOD SAWING in itook stall times.   Wo
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Dumber of iIioh 1 aglnei nnd overy one has k'v-
cu the  bent of iMl'tncMon to  our customers,
W1 itu us for Prices und Catalogue.
We  nro  dealers  In   Kt nines,   Toiler:*,   Wood
Wi rl.iiij Ml I'liuiery. Bl lUksmitb loots, I'ower
11 ui mnr.", lhiliu, Purges, Pmery Wheels and
Ltuthei oolUag, Klsvuior Machinery, iu fua
•COOPER CO.. Ltd.. WinnipsR.
Who knows anything about
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Are interested in this question
Will every reader of this enquiry "Who knows anything about
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The E. B. EDDY COMPANY, HULL, CANADA.
I   What mukes mure noise than a pis     Row did the snail reach the urk?-
in ,1 ntyi—Two pigs. Dy perseverance
  1      	
T'-iM-f Is more Catarrh In thin s-rtlon of the ;
country thin all othsr ai.eesss put tng«*th..r,      Why do  little   birds 111 the.- nests
nn.l until th' Imi tan years was supposed u> he  ngreo?—For  fear of falling out.
incurablo.   Forttgrsal many years doctors pro* ,	
I pro-
nouni'o'ii it !i iocir disease tin.! pn serlbsd loeal
reihedlts, nnd by constantly falling to ours with               	
locsl treatment, pronounced ll i'";'"•'''';;•   *•*■   when he crows?—Docauso he knows it
. -1 •■ im« proven catarrh i" bs a ,<oni<titu.ionni ■
,'i..:i...  and   thorcforo  requires  constitutional   liy heart.
,,, ,:   ,:.,    Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured
ry F  .1. Chi nl y A Co., Toll do, Ohio, la tli.* only
constitutional euro "ii tho market,   it i» taken      .,,  .,,,...  [...,.,   ..... ^...   ...... -,.... ,
liiturnnlty In dosee from to drops to a teaspoon-   i,)U(| tlmt  nil the world heard bim'.'
• •::    11 sets dlroctly on ths blood nnd mucous   ,     ., ,.
.', a-a.-, *. nf the system. They otter Ons Hend*
-..! imi are for nnv enss It tni:* to ours, atnd
fjr cir. liars end testimonials    Addrsss
V. .1. CUBNarS A CO., Toledo, O.
fa.'tt 1 "■ n:\ druggists, 75c.
Hall's Family n'i» ers ti'." i>cst.
Why  is  a  dog  hit nit;   his  OWll    tail
liko  a   good   manager?—Because  ho
makes both ends meet.
Why  dOOS    the     COCk  shut   his  I'.vrs
hen ho crows?—Bocause he knows it
/ heart.
In whnt  place did the rock crow so
and thnt  n
In tho ark,
When docs a loopard change IiIh
spots'—When ho inoVoS from one
placo io another,
I
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W    N    U    Ni
499 THE DRILL, SLOCAN, B. C SEPTEMBER 30, 1904.
THE SLOCAN DRILL
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FRIDAY,  SEPTEMBER 30, 1904.
EDITORIAL   CKOl'PINUS.
Peaches were not numbered among
the attractions at the Nelson fair until
the delegation of young ladies from
Slooan arrived.
With a zinc enriching plant in operation ut Rosebery nnd another in
Kaslo tho much talked of zinc problem for the Slocan should be a thing
fit the past.
Considerable public attention is being directed toward the Ottawa mine
nowadays because it is lieing made to
pay dividends, and, while it is undoubtedly a rich propeity, there is
nothing phenomenal about it. Let
any one of the spendthrift managers
who have run other properties on the
Slocan lake watershed into debt take
.charge of the Ottawa and there would
soon be a call to the Pittburg owners
to "dig up." With a little capital to
start and sound, practical mining and
business management there is much
niore mining property to pay as well
the Ottawa in the Slocan.
The citizens of Cranbrook, Enderby
and Ymir are considering incorporpor-
ation. All are growing, thrifty towns
that need improvements, the expense
of which is too great to be met by
voluntary subscrition, where all property owners would not bear their share
alike. A careful study of the life of
each of the smaller cities of British
Columbia since incorporation will
afford them a good lesson in how to
govern themselvos. If a list of the
mistakes made by every municipality
in British Columbia were compiled it
would make an instructive book for
the mayors and aldermen of all the
cities, -both young aud old.
The proposed call fora second peace
conference at The Hague by the president of tho United States has beeu
favorably commented on in Europe.
It is suggested, however, in official and
diplomatic circles that the moment for
apeace conference is not opportune in
view of the war prevailing in the
Orient and the unwillingnesss of the
belligerents to bind themselves to any
act which would restrict their operations. The offiicials and diplomats
have expressed the hope that the
president, when he extends the the invitation, will fix a date so that the
meeting will occur after Japan and
Russia have arranged for peace.
Sir Thomas Shaughnessy, the
mighty railway magnate, and his party
of high-grade subordinate* passed
around the Silvery Slocau and saw
nothing of the hive of industry that
will produce millions in gold and
silver long after their souls have
crossed the last tlivide anil their bodies
made-Jiieals for the maggots. Even
if they were so disposed thev could not
have enjoyed the grandest seonery of
their might; road on account of
the smoke; but after alia railroad man
is like a prospector,   Both will pass
uiiiippreeiativi'ly by the grandest
flights of nature, one thinking only of
his dividends and the other his bacon
and terns.
To J. G. Gwiilim, uow professor in
the applied science department   of
Queen's university, Kingston, Ontario,
is due the credit for the discovery of
the anthracite coal deposits at Bank-
head, near Banff, Alberta, says the
Nelson News.   Professor Gwiilim has
been in the habit of devoting hissum-
nier vacations to geological work for
the C. P. It. and it was when thus
employed tlmt he made the discovery.
Without thought of self enrichment
lit; at onee made known tho  facts of
his discovery to his employers.    Professor Gwiilim has a very enviable
reputation as mining engineer and his
friends here will learn with  pleasure
that he is meeting with full  measure
of success iu his professorial duties at,
,Queen's university.
DRILL   POINTS.
Pay up your subscription.
Incorporation iw being discussed at
Cranbrook.
Jas. Crawford is running a barber
shop at Ymir.
A pool table has been installed at
the Arlington hotel.
Leo Doiron returned last week from
a month's sojourn in Vancouver.
Express money orders are payable
everywhere. They are cheapest and
safest.
James Cross and Jos. Saulter are
the principal lathing contractors of
Vancouver
W. E. Worden has bought the business of the City Transfer company
of Cranbrook.
T. McNeish returned Saturday
from a wek's visit with his brother at
Emmer, Idaho.
Robert Cooper was down last week
from Ten Mile aud returned to work
on his prospects.
W. C. E. Koch has started to im
prove  his ranch recently purchased
from Chas. Reidlinger.
Andrew Johnson was in the hos
pital several days, having been
"knocked out'' at the Prince.
Charles Johnson committed suicide
at Mirror lake near Kaslo last week
in an attack of delirium tremens.
John T. Beauschene went to Nel
son Tuesday to combine  pleasure at
the fair with business about town.
Mrs. W. D. McGregor and son Don
left for Victoria Saturday morning,
where the latter is to attend school.
The Ontario-Slocan Lumber company's barge brought down 20,000
feet of lumber last week for local
c   sumption.
Mike Damico came in last week
Tonkin, ou the Crow's Nest, to work
with his partner, Ralph Gillette, on
the Colorado.
Two carloads of lumber were
brought down on the barge from Ten
Mile last week for trans-shipment to
the Northwest.
Mrs. W. E. Boie and Mrs. Bennett
returned Mouday from a visit in
Rossland accompanied by the two sous
of T. B. Linton.
Twenty men aro working at the
zinc enriching plant at Rosebery.
The lumber is being shipped by barge
from Ten Mile.
Mike Mel Ian returned Saturday
from a summer's prospecting in the
Similkameen. He was loaded with
copper specimens.
Thero is not an uninhabited cabin
on the second north fork of Lemon
creek with a window. All have beeu
smashed by the bears.
The new Sandon Miners' Union
hospital, which will lie complete iu
every detail, is expected to be ready
for occupaucy about Christmas.
R. K. Brown, a nipper at the Ymir
mine, was killed last Friday by a fall
of 500 feet down the main shaft as a
result of a break in the hoist cable.
W. H. and Miss Brandon, Mr. nnd
Mrs. N. P. McNaught and Mr. aud
Mrs. H. M. Thorbuni came dowu from
Silverton Tuesday, en route to Nelson.
The last Gazette contains notice
that Hon. R. P. Green will act as
minister of Finance during the absence of Hon. R. G. Tatlow in England.
A reception was given by the manv
friend-, of Rev. F. McCord at the
Royal last Friday evening to himself
and bride. Every oue present had an
enjoyable time.
N. Thomas, the Nakusp sprinter,
who won most of the second prizes in
the athletic events here on Lalior
Dav, arrived hero Monday evening
am) went on to Nelson Tuesday.
Mrs. Tutcher has succeeded to Ihe
business conducted by II. Cleve, and
gentlemen wishing their clothes
cleaned and repaired may have it
done by leaving them at her store.
Miss Few, formerly teacher in  the
primary department of the Sloean
school, has applied for the position in
Sandon caused by the resignation of
Principal J. II. Loveriog, wno will pi
to study medicine at McGil! college.
Tlie Ontario-Sloean Lumber companv lias been losing its logs, and a
notice is published in lliis week's
J) kill announcing that all persons
having anv wrongfully in their possession hereafter will be dealt with
according to law.
The Drill will print you, on s hor
notice and in any amount, shipping
ta{,*s, billheads, stiitenients.lettcrlieails,
noteheads, memos, receipts, envelopes,
visiting cards, business cards, bills of
fare, dodgers, posters, etc., etc., Will
meet any quality or price.
J. M. McGregor is now a professor
of applied t'hemistv in the University
of Tokio, Japan,   llis
summer vacation wns spent among the volcanoes
In the northern part of the island.
His Slocan friends remember when
mountain climbing was "no picnic"
for Murray.
The three private cars used by president Shaughnessy and party on their
tour were brought down 'from the
main line via Nakusp and transferred
from the barge to (he railroad here
Friday night. Thev consisted of tli..
"Cornwall," "York" nnd "Manitoba."
Tlie ears were nil splendidly fitted up
and tlie lirst two wore specially constructed for the Duke of   York's  trip
continent two years ago,
For first-class bread go to J. H
Pinchbeck's.
Alex. Rogers and wife are among
the sight see-ers at Nelson.
Local nimrods are after the devastating bears on Lemon creek.
Grant Cox left Tuesday on a few
days' visit in Nelson and Ymir.
Paul Hauck returned to his residence iu Greenwood Wednesday.
Mrs. W. H. Brandon of Silverton is
visiting with Mrs. J. M. M. Benedum.
Mrs. David Arnot went to Nelson
Tuesday to enjoy the sights at the
fair.
Provincial Officer J. T. Black passed
through Slocan Tuesday on his way
to Nelson.
Miss Neil, who has been staying at
the Royal the past week, left Tuesday
for Nelson.
Connection between the upper and
lower levels at the Slocan Prince will
soon be made.
•J. H. Howarth took his two large
cages of canaries to place ou exhibi
tion at Nelson fair.
J. W. Crow, proprietor of the Ar
lington, has been spending tho past
few days in Nelson.
R. P. Rithet, the principal owner in
the Arlington, is to establish a branch
of his firm in Nelsou.
Mike Howard returned to Slocan
this week after spending the summer
iu the mining camps of Idaho.
Ross Maybee arrived from Seattle
this week to take tip his duties as
clerk nt W. T. Shatford & Co.'s.
A quorum of the city dads did not
present itself at the city Hall Mon
dav night, so no council meeting was
held.
Hugh Cameron and wifo and C. W.
Grimmett and wife were among the
Saudou folk who came in on the bout
Wednesday.
C. E. Knowles, of the Knowles Electric Zinc Separator company, Joplin,
was in the Slocan last week in the interest of his company.
Postmaster McVannel is the bnsiest
man in town to-day. Besides his owu
valuable services to the public he is
acting as butcher, barber antl jeweler
pro tern.
The post office will be moved into
the building formerly occupied by
Percy Dickinson as soon as locks
arrive for the lioxes. Everything else
is in readiuess.
At Tuesday's cabinet meeting in
Ottawa au order-in-council was passed
appointing Aulay Morrison, M. P.. a
justice of the supreme court of B. C,
vice Mr. Justice Drake, retired.
W. Whitely, a rancher and fisherman at Slocan Junction, was severely
wounded in the sitle and arm by the
accidental discharge of a shot gun
while hunting Sunday morning.
Walter Kenwici*, the athlete who
surprised everyone here'on Labor day,
went to Nelson Tuesday. A match
for a hundred-yard footrace may Ik*
arranged between himself and N.
Thomas.
F. M. Black, secretary-treasurer of
the Pioneer Milling company, and Al-
axander Sharp, Pat Burns' mining
engineer, spent Monday evening autl
Tuesday   morning   at tin;   Slocan
Prince. They returned to Nelson
Tuesday afternoon.
Nelson at the present time should
Ihi a crowded place if all the towns in
Kootenay semi as much of a representation as  Slocan.     Alxiut all of  the
Boating population has gone together
with a large number of the business
men iiud their families.
Sandon has been disturbed lately
by talk tlmt the 0. I'. 11. was to take
over the narrow -gauge road to Kaslo.
It has developed,  however,  that  the
only change Imminent is in the operation of the road from Spokane by the
Great Northern, instead of Kaslo, as
heretofore.
Six C. P. R. passenger conductors
west of Brandon have been fired and
it is reported that about a hundred
more hr'iids are to fall as a result of
what spoilers have reporlen. Prose-
cut inns are also contemplated against
some employes who have lieen found
systematically cheating the road.
iinti'i Arrivals.
Arlington   Prank R James, Clyde
LoomiSa Nelson. Geo Huston,  Winni
peg, .1.1 Mc.Mullen, s ll Grayson, W
M Walker, Nelson. I' Jorgenson,
Ogden, II Richmond, Benton, -lack
Grayling,  Sandon,   Michael   Living
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
across (In
To Elmer .1. Kelt, or to any person or
penom to whom hs mav havs transferred Iiis Interest, in whole or in part,
in thu Skylark nml li'unui'i niiiii-riil
clalmB.lltUBtsd lietween tin; lirst north
fork of Lemon oreek ami Dayton ereski
mid reoordsd In tbs Blocan ('ity mln«
Ing division ol West Kootenay district:
Yon nre licroliv notilicil that I,Noah
P. McNaught, F.M.O. No. B68112, havs
expended the sum ol two hundred ami
live dollars In labor nnd general la*
provementi upon the above mentioned
claims, in order to hold humI  mini ral
Claimi uniler (lie provisions of the Mineral Act, snd if within 90 dayi from   thi
date of thii notice you fail or-refuso to
contribute your proportion of lueh expenditure, together with nil ooiti oi advertising, your Interest in said claims
will  become ths properly of thn miI>.
loriber. under notion low ol an act en*
tilled "An Act to amend tho Mineral
Act, 1900."
Dated thm 13th da) of   AugUlt, H'0-l.
19*8*0*1 NOAH I'. M-NAlViiT
stone, W St Clare Brindle, New Denver, Geo Ager, Enterprise, M Win-
throp, Sandon, J Weber, Rosebery.
N Thomas, J A Lney, Naakusp, H M
Thorbuni and wife, Silverton, R R
Bingham, Mt Clemens, Mich.
Royal—C F Tarns, Beaver Creek,
Mrs. Hamilton, W Black Rev E H
Holman, Nelson, Alexander Sharp,
Rosslan, Miss Grace Bonner, Phoenix.
MIMING   BKCORDS.
Appended is a complete list of the various records registered at the local registry office, H. P. Christie being mining
recorder:
'   LOCATIONS.
Sept 22—Fermoy, on Six Mile creek,
formerly Piccadily, Geo W Bartlett.
Dnnles, same, formerly Valhalla,
AnnalBartlett.
26—Boston, Ten Mile, formerly Buffalo, J H Werely.
ASSESSMENTS.
Sept    23—Cripple    Stick    Fraction,
Tonka (2 years.)
26—Cub Fraction, Aricle.
Pigs for Sale.
FINE healthy pigs for sale, six weeks
old, $4 each or $45 per doz. Also
young boar seven months old. Apply at
Ideal Ranch or address
JOHN GRAHAM, Slocan B. C.
NOTICE.
After this date any person or persons found with
any of our logs in their
possession, or of taking
them from the beach and
cutting them up into firewood orortherwise dispos
ing of them will be dealt
with according to law.
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LUMBER CO., LTD.
Slocan, B. C., Sept. 26th,
1904.
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that runs into the Town.,
Do not go past its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry,
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four large rooms, hall
and wardrobe. For
other particulars write
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