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 Ugteiative
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JUN 6     1904
SLOCAN DRILL.
,
TOL. V., No* 10.
SLOOAN,   B.   C,   JUNE   3,   1904.
Fishing Tackle, and Sporting GoodsrEETINQ 1F C0UNCIL
We hare in stock a full and complete assortment of fishing tackle,
including all kinds of flies, hooka, spoons, reels, nuts, poles, baskets,
de. Everything you may want for a day's outing on stream or lake.
We handle all kinds of supplies for tennis, baseball, football, or apv
other sport.   Flags, bunting and fireworks for the ciip^y. Library,
POSTOFFICE  STORE.
[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.
C.SMITH,
SLOCAN
IOB
PRINTING
__   A FIRST-CLASS STOCK.   .   .   ^
£:   HIGH GRADE WORK ^
fef   REASONABLE PRICES.    .    .   ^
DRILL
OFFICE
.Arlington
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
L. H. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
iis popular hotel is ennvriik-iit to thn boats and trains.   The dining n> TO
Issuidily up tu-dttte while thc bar is supplied with the btst in the marki t.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
RATES:
Travelling men, using Sample Rooms, $2.50 per day ■
without Sample Rooms,$2; board $8 per week; mealaSO
ermine Clearing Sale
To clear out entire stock of Ames-
Holden shoes for men, we have reduced all lines to oost price for ca3n.
;6.00 shoes for        - JJ50
15.00 shoes for        - Soot
>4.50 shoes for *3.Ao
We have about a dozen men's tweed
suits is 39 and 40 breast measure, to
be sold at cost price to clear. Come
early and get first choice.
David  Arnot, Slocan.
            tx
A Spring «—*   «
Pointer
Nothing (Wights the
eye mi».vf than a fine
fitting,   up-to-date,
stylish stritof clothes
A new selection of fine
Grey & Black Worsteds
of the latest designs
just lieen received.
Es Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
BS
h done on the shortest notice.
s All our work is guaranteed,
2 or money refunded,   We can
JJ Meet auy purse.
H. A. CLEVE,
Main Street, Slocan, B.C.,
Store:   Next door to Postofflce.
5MKSKKKKKXKSKKI85KKKKKKKKKK8
WAHH TIMK HKVKLOPS ON MONDAY
NIUHT.
ian 1 03'o,u*'-,n P"*"*** hy *■"■•
 ... nnn  Disorder  Kullmii   Alii.
Teeter and Madden Declare They will
Itedgn From Beard.
After skipping a week the city council got down to business again Monday night. Present: Mayor McNeish,
Aid. Madden. Smith and Teeter.
Finaucocommittee reported in favor
of bills amounting to $4.50. Ordered
paid.
Bills, ip tlu* Smith funeral and totaling |3, again came up, the mayor
inquiring if tliey had been referred to
the goverttae t.
Pi an i' i om mittee replied that Recorder Chiistle had promised to look
a ter the bills, but later said the gov-
•inm.'iit would have nothing to do
with them for the man was buried.
Mayor McNeish stated it was a bad
precedent to establish/the city paying
funeral expenses of outsiders dying in
the hospital. The bill was small, but
it was uot right to ask the city to pay
it. .
Aid. Teeter said it was an emergency case and the city had to act.
Mayor He found fault for the bills
coming back to the council without
referring them first tothe government
for an opinion as to liability.
Aid. Teeter- The reply from the
government officials so far was not
satisfactory. He and Aid. Madden
had Ix-eu a number of times to Mr.
Christie, but the latter had taken no
further .step in the matter.
Aid. Smith The board of health
contracted the bills and the city must
pay them, though perhaps they might
afterwards be got back from the government. What he wanted to kuow
was where would the city stand il
similar cases arose.
Mayor—Ths ciuneil are doing business lor the people, and they had no
right to expend mm *y without just
cause. The soone: the council knew
th?ir position regarding tiie bills, the
better for all.
Aid. Tester I consstehtibuily lu-
lieve the bills should be paid by the
council, and then bill the (jfoyernmaut
for them.
Aid. Smith moved payment of the (
bills aud that tlie citv solicitor write [
the government explaining the circumstances.   Seconded by Aid. Madden and carried.
H. D. Curtis presented a bill for $30
for compiling list of delinquent lands
for tax side, as authorized by the city
council in February.
The mayor explained that since then
new lists had to be drawn up, bringing iu all arrears of taxes up to end of
HK33. Recent amendments to the
statute*permitted this, but the first
list onlv dealt with the arrears up to
the end of 1902.
The resolution of the council passed
in February was read, giving tii.- collector 6 per cent if the sale went on,
or 930 if it didn't mature on that list.
The new list would give the collector
.") per cent.
Aid. Teeter mpved that the bill and
the resolution under which payment
was claimed be referred to the city
solicitor for au opinion. Seconded by
Aid. Madden.
The resolution was put and carried
by the council, but promptly vetoed
by the mayor, who he'd it out of order. There was a resolution authorizing the bill and then was no sense in
referring the matter to the solicitor.
Trouble Immediately ensued, Aid.
Teeter tendering his resignation from
the board and withdrawing from tin-
hall, his example being followed by
Aid. Madden. They wanted no more
of it if the mayor was to be the whole
thing.
A deadly calm prevailed after the
explosion, but after a while the major
started writing out notices calling a
meeting for the next night, in order to
arrange for part payment of the creek
work.
A few minutes later, however, the
two aldermen returned, to permit the,
meeting closing in proper form. Aid.
Maddeu stated he was going to quit.
Aid, Teeter -Tho mayor had no
right, in his opinion, to veto such a
resolution. It had been paused merely to obtain information. If so iiiiu-h
authority wore vested iu the mnyor to
override the wishes of the representatives of the people, then he could not
consistently sit on the board. It was
necessary for the mayor to tnke certain authority at certain times, if
within reason. If tho mavor took
such stops us ho had done, ne would
have to insist on his resignation.
Mayor The proper course was for
the bill to havo gone to the finance
com mittee, who could have sent it to
the solicitor, but it was not right to
send it direct to him. In this he may
Ih- wrong, but he deemed the committee had [lower to send the bill to the
solicitor. When there was a plain resolution ou the book, how was the
solicitor   to puss judgment thereon.
12.00 PER ANNUM.
He urged the aldermen to think the
matter over and give the bill to the
finance committee. If they did not
deem it right it could be sent up to
the solicitor.
Ald.Madden— The funerai bills had
been referred to the committee and
the mayor had kicked because they
wanted them paid,
Mayor-No resolution was on the
book governing that case. He would
rather pay that bill himself, than to
have people throwing at him that the
public money was being squandered.
An acrimonious discussion followed
upon tho old sore of the funeral bills,
the two aldermen holding that the
mayor was forever finding fault with
the actions of the health and finance
committees.
Aid. Teeter—The point was whether
the mayor had the veto power over the
council or a committee's recommendation to pay a bill. He objected to that
move on the part of the mayor, and
his desire was to see the Curtis bill
and the resolution go before the city
solicitor for an opinion.
Mayor—Did not like to have the resolution on the book referred to the
solicitor, and did not want the people
to think he would act so foolishly.
Aid. Madden—The mayor had no
business to act as he did. As one of
the health committee, he would rather
pay all bills coming before it himself
than have them come before council
to be turned down. He wanted no
information of that kind,
Again the old sore of the funeral
bills came, Aid. Madden accusing the
inavor of uot wanting to bury the man
and desiring to have the hospital removed out of town.
Aid. Teeter -Had oo desire to hamper the work of the corporation, but
he did not relish a slap by getting a
veto passed after a motion had lieen
put and carried. If the motion had
been out of order, the mayor should
not have put it, so the latter was out
of order as well as his veto. It was
ridiculous anyway to veto on such
grounds. As a member of the council,
he must make a stand on that question. The majority of the council
should decide, not tha mayor, who
was assuming too much power.
Aid. Madden -As the motion suited
the council, the mi yor had uo business to veto it.
Aid. Tester -Surely t!u* veto was
out of order if the resolution was.
Mayor—If it couid bi proven he
was wrong, he would apologize. If
Aid. Smith said lie was wrong, the
veto would be scored out.
Aid. Smith—It was a question of
proceedure and he could uot solve it.
Finally the question was smoothed
out a little, and the matter of paving
for the creek work brought up, a loan
of S50IJ having been secured.
Mayor -I do not want to see the
council broken up before the creek
work and other pressing matters are
disposed of.
Aid. Teeter—Had no desire to do
so, but tliere was a lack of harmony
anioiig them and he could not stay.
Fault had beeh found with his work
on committees and he asked to be relieved of his labors.
Mayor—That is impossible, as there
wero only thrive aldermen in the city,
and they must go on all committees.
Aid. Maddeu -He had seen the
mayor several times winking at certain
ones ou the board for sympathy, and
that was uot right. Personally, he
supposed he cut no iee.but he was not
looking for sympathy from anyone.
He, too, did not want to break up the
council, but he had had enough. He
had always noticed,that Aid. Wordeu
was a great friend of the mayor in the
council.
Mayor—Did not know that he had
any particular friends in eouucil.
Aid. Teeter Had tried to do his
full duty at all times, but tonight's
action of assumption and dictation
was too much.
Aid. Madden -The mayor wanted
to be dictator and ruler.
Mayor -He would resign his seat at
the head of the lxiard if any of thr
others would take it. He hud lieen
forced into thr sent, and had spent as
much of his time for the city ns anyone else.
Once more the old sorr was opened
aud the talk grew warm.
Tho talk calming down, the question of the creek work ciuue up. Aid.
Smith and Madden moved tho payment of $500 to Swau & McPherson.
as part of the contract money. Carried.
Aid. Smith, for the board of works,
reported the sale of the fence around
the Sloan property, and the money
turned into the treasury.
In answer-to theuiayor,Chief Pinch-
lx*ck said he was not getting along
very well with collecting dog taxes.
The mayor suggested putting the
road tax bylaw into force, but Aid.
Madden and Teeter objected, stating
it was hard enough getting men here,
without driving thorn away by heavy
taxation.
Council adjourned.
I,,i|>i,.v11,a i ,i„Kiaipli Line*.
Considerable money is being spent
by the C.P.R. for the liottennent of
their   telegraph   lines   through   the
country.   From Nakusp to Arrowhead
the wires have been strung on trees,
but regular poles are to be substituted, a gang of men commencing on the
work last week. The section between;
here and New Denver is to be similar-!
ly treated.
CITV TAX SALE.
Delinquent Land* to be Sold on the 18th
of July.
After several months of careful and
anxious preparation, the city officials
have decided to hold a tax sale for all
the delinquent lands in the corporate
Knits. H.« D. Curtis, collector, will
have charge of the sale, which will be
held In the citv hall, at 11 a.m., on
July 18. All told there are 773 pieces
of property, of which 713 belong to1
the townsite company, the remainder
being divided among 56 private own-
era. The total amount ef taxes owing
the city, with interest, is upwards of
J3000. Hnd the city that money -paid
in it would wipe out all floating debts
and place the burg on easy street. Of
peculiar iuterest is the fact that the
sale is the second only to be held by1
incorporated towns in the province'
under the regular statutes.
Aiming Toward* a Mill.
Many processes have been advanced
during the past year or so for the
practical and economical treatment of
silver ores. The owners of the Ottawa
have been keeping cases on one process that promises to meet their needs,
and to fully test it are sendiug out a
couple of tons of ore, one of their ordinary shipping ore and the other the
run of the mine. It goes to the Krom
Machine Works, Jersey City. If the
test is successful, the Ottawa people
will lose no time in establishing a mill
at the mine, to treat their large reserves of second-class ore. A mill of
50-tons capacity would only cost $10,-
090. 	
Final Knife of < liungin.
Following is the final draft of the
changes mado among the Methodist
ministers of tho country:
Rossland - Geo. E. Smith.
Grand Forks—E. Manuel; J. F.
Brtts to Faifview, Vancouver.
S.indon- Frank W. Hardy; R. J.
Mclntyre to Victoiiawest.
T. A. Grt*ea, Phoenix, goes to Victoria college; L. Thompson, Trail, to
Movie; R. E. Coliis, Ymir, to Kimber-
leyj D. W. Scott, Slocan, to Michel.
Mutt Work on Facltie Knil.
The Grand Trunk Pacific railway is
to be built from the Pacific ond simul-:
taneously with the other sections. The'
company wanted to. build through thei
mountains at their own convenience,
but the dominion government has
given assurances that the bill will be
amended so as to compel the company
to commence work on the mountain
section at the same time as the other
parts. This will be good news to the
people of B.C.
Kiel, Ore From Ottawa.
Returns from thr two last carloads
of ore from the Ottawa show that the
high values are lieing maintained with
depth. The second last car went upwards of 2(50 oz to the ton iu silver,
while the last car yielded 309 oz. No
particular sortiug was done to obtain
that result.
Since then the settlement has been
made of the last car, the cheque calling fer the payment of $3603.37.
Silver Quotation*.
Following are the quotations fer bar
silver on the various days duciug the
week since last issue:
Thursday    E52 cents
Friday     &5|    "
Saturday    &5|   "
Monday     —    "
Tuesday    55     "
Wednesday     55      "
Creek Wnrk Completed.
Swan & McPherson, contractors for
the protective werks to Springer creek,
completed their task on Tuesday evening. The work has been well done
and presents a neat ap|>earance. The
wall will effectually safeguard the mill
and other property. With extras, the
work will cost iu the neighborhood of
,«1000.	
Relinquished Tlii'lr I.mac.
C. McNichol, H. Lea and C.Suyder,
lessees of the Port Hope, have quit
the property and brought their outfit
dowu the hill. About five tons of ore
was also brought down and shipped
to the smelter, rep resent ing a cleanup
of the dumps of ore taken out during
development.
Aimeat Complete'*
M. McAndrews has almost completed his contract with the Ottawa road.
On Tuesday it had reached the lower
levels of the mine, which will enable
shipments of ore to be commenced at
once. A few days more will complete
tbe balance of tlio load.
OUR   ORE  SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL   SHOWING   MADE   »T
THIS   DIVISION.
1-ant Tear'* Shipment* Were 133V Tea*—
A Healthy Kvldea-ce of the Life and
Wealth of th* Camp-Eaterprlie tha
Mlf fe»t Chipper.
Three properties from as many
creeks figure in the shipping list for
the woek, having a total of 28 tons.
The Enterprise seut its usual 20 tons
to Trail. From the Pott Hope five
tous were handled, lieing a final clean
Up of the dumps by the lessees. The
remaining three tons were concentrates from the Chapleau, the first
move from that property in years. To
date the output is 642 tons.
For 1903 the ore shipments from
the local division amounted to 1339
tons, made up from 17 properties.
Following is a full list of the shipments this year to date:
MINK. WEKK. TCTAt.
Enterprise _  20             3C0
Ottawa .- 217
Neepawa  36
Port Hope  -6                12
Republic  32
Black Prince  W
Sapphire  .2
Argentite  S
Black Fel  2
Ciiapleau  3                 8
"•« 642
MINKS   AND   MININO.
Boundary properties handled 17,017
tous of ore last week.
Rossland ore shipments last week
fell away to 4704 tons.
Operations were resumed at the
Slocan Star concentrator last week,-
Last week the Sandon mines shipped 278 tons of ore, making 4406 tons
to date.
The Providence Mining Co., of
Qreenwood, has declared mother dividend of $4000.
It will requirn about 1200 to make
the Republic road passablefor wagons
all the way up.
Twenty men were added to the Slocan Star last week, nnd the number
will lie further increased.
The Nelson smelter has materially
increased its rates on dry ore from the
local division. They run on a sliding
scale.
The Slocan Star has expended $15,-
000 in refitting its concentrator to
handle ziuc.
E. Savage took the amalgam from
the Chapleau clean-up on Fridav te
Nelson.   It yielded upwards of $300.
For the month up to Friday the
local record office had issued 108 free
miners' licenses, whieh is quite a drop
from last year.
The suit of the Last Chance against
ihe American Boy, for trespass and
purloining ore, was begun at the Nelson assizes last week.
D. Arnot went to Nelson on Tuesday, in charge of three tons of concentrates from the Chapleau. The assay
returns were satisfactory.
A series of eij^ht Assays have been
made on the run of the ore at the
Club, and the returns are $58 in gold
and silver, with no sortiug.
Le Roi affairs have again got into a
bad tangle, due, among other causes,
to inaccurate sampling of the ore.
Rosslamt keenly feels the blow.
Tom Benton and Bert Wilhelm
came down from the Lady Franklin
on Sunday, having finished their work
for the year. There wns still six foot
of snow in that vicinity.
Iirirtnl Long and l'ii»l.
A couple of weeks ago two Silverton
men narrowly escaped drowning by
their boat upsetting in a rough sea off
that port. W. Morrisou, oue of the
uufortunates, lost his coat and gave it
up for keeps. On Monday T. Woodcock weut down ta his boat laudiug
here aad spied a coat in the water,
which, on examination, proved to be
Morrison's. Iu the pocket was found
a purse, containing two $1 bills, three
silver dollars, Bank of Commerce deposit book, showkaga healthy balance,
and nn United Mini-workers' card. AU
were soaked, but in good shape. The
coat had drifted 14 miles, having lieen
rushed along by a steady north wind
Arlington  Arrival*.
Out-of-town visitors at tlie Arlington
hotel during the week were: D. Wad-
dyaud Jas. McGregor, Nelson; Jas.
Bowes, Silverton; A. Ciinimings.Char-
lottetown, P.E.I.; A. Kolierts, Nelson;
A. G. Rookel, San Francisco, Cal.; P.
H. Walters, Silverton; 0. E. Kelly,
agent Columbia Co.
Pay up your subscription.
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|        Red Wool .
9   By HARRIET WHITNEY §
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O       Copyright, 1908, by T. C. McClure       O
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Miss Appleton was sweeping the rustling yellow leaves from her trim walk
when Dr. Loveland came driving along
the dusty white road to the village.
The October sunshine had mellowed
the morning chill and was making free
with Miss Appleton's brown hnlr. causing it to send out red and gold gleams
that no one would suspect lurked in its
dusky strands.
lhe doctor drew up nt the gate.
"Any errands ln town today, Miss
Mlnta?" he called out cheerily. "I'm
out of patients (pun unpremeditated)
and running errands for the ladles."
Aminta leaned her smooth fair chin
upon the top of the broom handle contemplatively.
"I don't think I need anything—oh.
well, yes; you might get rae a skein of
crimson zephyr wool If you will."
"Sure," returned the doctor heartily.
"I've picked up some little job nt every
house I've pnsscd. There's one more,
Mrs. Lynd's. Guess she'll have enough
commissions to keep me bustling the
balance,of the day."
The doctor chuckled In his boyish
wny, then fell to wondering ns he
stowed away Miss Amintii's silver dollar wby sbe bad refused to join in his
merriment nnd bad turned so abruptly
about to resume ber sweeping. It wns
a little unusual for the ladies to be unresponsive whon he offered to shop for
them.
Mrs. Lynd, a blooming pink and
pearly widow, was fairly lying In wait
for him in tbe shade of her frilly little
buff portico, and the doctor's predictions as to thc number of needs in the
shopping line were verified. She hnnd-
ed him n dainty little memorandum
book. "You'll find the list here," she
said sweetly, "all at Bobbins', you
know. I have an account there. I suppose Minta Appleton didn't condescend
to let you shop any for her. She always thinks nobody can do anything
properly but her. Now, I'm not a bit
fussy myself."
"Well," tho doctor acknowledged,
"she did commission me to get her a
skein of red zephyr—hey?"    The es-
THE  DOCTOR   STEPPED   SUDDKNLT SACS,
UIS FACE GLOOMING.
clamatory question was prompted by
tbe droll grimace made by Mrs. Lynd;
her eyebrows went up luto two acute
angles, and her mouth puckered comically.
"Red zephyr—the parson needs new
slippers, and Minta's just that old
fashioned to work 'em herself and Just
got. time between now and Christmas.
Well, Minta's about prim and stiff nnd
antique enough to niukc a model wife
for a parson. Don't you think so, doctor?"
"Yes," said the doctor, "or for any
one else who knows the right brand."
He drove onward, pondering. Tbe
autumnal light Blunted across thc road
In deep, warm strips. A lute bird sung
a lazy autumn song from n thorn thick-
et. Nature was lu a sweet and u serene mood. And yet all Dr. Lovelnnd's
jollity was overshadowed.
Miss Appleton's many nieces and
nephews, re-enforced and abetted by
their chums, had most piteously petitioned for a Halloween party at tbe
roomy old bomcstend ln whoso sole
ownership she rejoiced.
"It's the only bouse wo know of with
such a big, nice kitchen," appeal.ugly
urged Aminta May, her pretty name*
sake, whose eighteenth birthday hnd
Just launched her ns a villago society
bud, "and of course we have to piny
all tbe tricks ln tbe kitchen."
"And there won't be so dreadful
many of us—only just us young folks,"
supplemented Myrtle. "We don't want
nny elderly people nt all, except you,
Aunt Mlntn."
No elderly poople—except her! It
was a little splash of cold water in her
face. Amliitn wasn't thirty and had
never called herself nor before been
called elderly. Hut In the eyes of
theso candid lnfiints, ranging from ten
to eighteen, she felt she must indeed
bo ln the sear and yellow lenf.
"Aunt Minta's Just ns sweet nud
pretty as a girl," asserted Mlntn May
staiii-'bly, "nnd she must try her fortune too. Mrs. Lynd said Dr. Love-
land snld she'd make a splendid wife
for the minister."
Mlas Aminta promised to surtPndPf
her premises to the youthful bcsiegora
and retired from the Held wllb Hushed
cheeks and n curious expression in ber
serene gray eyes.
If Dr. Loveland'S horse hnd not been
lame nud therefore incapacitated for
business ou the 30th of October anil if
Dr. Lovclnnd, out on n foot expedition
and caught by tbe autumn nightfall,
had not taken a short cut through Miss
Appleton's back premises, the skein of
romance so skillfully tangled by Mrs.
Lynd might have remained tangled indefinitely. However, the doctor did
take the short cut, and, treading gingerly through the late, crisp gruss, he
stepped upon some round object tbat
gave pllantly under the pressure of his
foot. A slender, long glimmer of light
came from Miss Auiintn's kitchen and
fell upon a slight crimson line running
to the door, which arose, taut, ns the
doctor lifted the object from the
ground—n ball of red zephyr wool.
Walking deliberately to tbe bouse, lie
wound the strand of thread as lie went
up tne step and on to the porch, wbere
Miss Aminta stood, a startled look on
her face, which was pule in tlmt yellow light, and four shining knitting
needles iu her hands, from whieh mn
the crimson thread.
The doctor stepped suddenly back,
his faco glooming.
"I thought at tirst it might be fate
and tbat sbe was going to be kind," he
said, "but I recognize the skein of red
wool, and—of course tho minister must
have his slippers for Christmas."
Amintii's forehead took on a mystified frown. "I know nothing about
any minister's slippers, and 1 should
scarcely think of knitting tbem out of
crimson worsted if I did. Poor brother
Tom suffers from rheumatism and
wants some knitted wristlets"—
"Then—runybe it wns fate, after all."
The doctor stepped joyously forward.
Miss Aminta turned primly aside.
"Since you think the role of clergyman's wife my only fitting one"—
"But 1 don't," cried the doctor.
"Somebody's beeu lying like Ananias.
I think"-
The gleam of light from the door
suddenly widened and a hilarious
young mob rushed out, shouting lawlessly.
"Goody, goody," shrieked Mlntn May,
"Aunt Minta threw a ball of yarn, and
Dr. Loveland bus found it."
"I didn't," protested Miss Minta,
looking inclined to Ily for her lifo.
"There was a great spider on the ball,
and ln trying to shake it uway and
fling it into the yard I accidentally
tossed the yurn too."
"It wns providential," said the doctor, stealing an unabashed arm about
Miss Mlnta, "for tbe clew led rae
straight to paradise."
WHAT IS WORN.
Bine and lirown Pallletted ETentas
Gowna—Odda and finda of Dreaa.    I
Both brown and dark blue are being
used for evening wenr. The brown
net is thickly sewed with shaded cop-!
per sequins, while the blue is similarly decorated with moonlight blue paillettes.
Tinted laces of all shades are prime
favorites for evenitig gowns. i
Cunning little cravats of satin folded around the neck and finishing in
I fringed ends nre popular this spring,     i
Pelerine capes will be much worn.'
! These are of plaited taffeta trimmed
The European Plan.
Mr. Boggs passed the evening paper
over to bis wife, indicating witb a toll
worn thumb a certain paragraph'
"Read that," ho said, "and see what
you think of Nathan Eldridge, that
claimed to be so smnrt and was so
keen after dollars. See bow he's gone
all to smash, nud his hotel with bim.
Pretty doings for a Bushby boy! But
I knew 'twould come! I knew 'twould
come!"
"How did you Tmow It?" demanded
Mrs. Boggs, to whom her husband's
claims for unusual wisdom and foresight were sometimes a trifle irritating. "Folks have all said the hotel
was full, and Nathan seemed wonderfully prospered."
"So he did, nnd so it wns," admitted
Mr. Boggs, "but no man enn do as ho
did and be prospered long. Wby. I
heard tell from those that know tbat
when Amelia Rand went there to puss
a week, and 'twas sueh bad weather,
shifty, clearing and then smoothing up
again, squalling and spitting tlie whole
enduring time, and poor Miss Amelia
inquired now and then how the wind
set"—
Mrs. Boggs sniffed.
"Inquired now and then how the
wind set," repeated Mr. Boggs firmly,
"what did she find tucked on to the
end of her bill but an Item, 'For use of
weather vane, $1.'"
Re Waa Not Angry.
A lady went into a church one Sunday, and, being a stranger, she waited
to be shown to a seat. An obliging
churchwarden led her to a seat below
the gallery, the only other occupant
of which nt thc moment was n kind
looking old gentleman with white hair,
who rose to let her pass, lt was somewhat dark, and the lady, as sbe shook
ber skirts and settled down, bad a
horrible suspicion that she was .silting
upon something besides the cushion.
She put down her hand nnd drew out
tbe melancholy ruin of a silk hat.
"Oh," she snld to tbe old gentleman,
"I beg your pardon! I nm so sorry!"
The old gentleman looked benevolently
at the wreck and replied thnt lt wns
unfortunate, but thut It could not bo
helped. "Oh, It's so good of you to
sny so," said the Indy, much distressed,
"but I am really so vexed!" The gentleman straightened out the fabric nnd
put lt under thc seat, but tbe delinquent Insisted on covering herself with
humiliation. "I nm afraid you are so
nngry," she murmured apologetically.
"Not the lenst!" snid tho benevolent
old gentleman coolly. "You see, It's
not my hat—lt belongs to tbe gentleman who showed you ln!"
Jackdaw and Maorple.
In England the daw Is hardly ever
mentioned but ns Jack, yet daw and
not Juckduw ls the proper name of the
species. It ls suggested that the plo
owes the "mug" to some corruption of
Margaret or Meg. To mag Is to chatter, but whether the verb wns derived
from tbe mime or the name from the
verb Is n Question, It Is more than
probable thut the .Tlm Crow of America (the old name for a negro boy) was
brought across from England In th*
dny when o crow was Jim as a swallow wns Dick.
A USEFUL COAT.
•witb taffeta of a llf%itcr shade and
chiffon rufflings.
Three-quarter coats of delicately
tinted pongee nnd of white cloth nre
trimmed with fringe and handsome
embroideries in self colorings.
Tlie much shirred unllned dress of
black china silk Is among the useful
nnd dainty summer toilets always
worn by smart women.
Black petticoats of soft satin are
dainty if thoroughly milled nnd edged
witb narrow black Ince. They will
nlso—and this is a consideration for
the woman who bus a meager purse—
outlast at least three taffeta skirts.
The Illustration shows n three-quarto*' oor.it of black cloth trimmed with
panne, white cloth and gilt buttons.
JUDIC CHOLLET.
UP TO DATE TRIMMINGS.
Crosa    Folda,    Silk    Brnlda,    Narrow
Frill* and Shirring* All Popular.
Crossway folds nre among the prominent features of dress. These are simulated tucks and are used on coats and
skirts where the real tuck would be too
clumsy.
Pine brnlds In all sorts of silky loosely woven patterns will be another feature of smart gowns and coats. Wheels
of tubular bruid nre used varying ln
size from a quarter to a silver dollar.
They nre usuully distributed at regular
A TIA1E SAVER HOR COMPOSITORS.
THE ROUSE JOB STICK
Instantly and
accurately lock
to nonpareil or
pica measure.
Note the brace
on side. : : : :
6x2 ^ $2.03,
8x2 in.   2,2.
iox2 in.   8'J
12X2 in.   2.75
Nickel Plat^
■25 cents extra,
For sale by TORONTO TYPE FOUNDRY CO., limited, WINNIPEG, CANADA,
THE POPE'S DOCTOR
An    Interesting    Sketch    of
Famous Character.
lloW Hi* ihiv.tk Prom IIIn Caiimllati t'ail-
I«*guel"-All IC\Hiii|ilu Worthy uf Helm; •''ollowa'it.
Dr, l.npponi, tho famous physician
io iho Vatican, whose nnme bus recently come so greatly lo the front
n:i uccounl oi his unremitting  alien.
lion lo llis Holiness Ibe bile Tone
Leo Mil., and the high esteem with
which  ho  is regarded by the present
I'ope, His Holiness l'ius X., is 11
man   ol'  Commanding  genius.    Itut   hi1
is something moro tban that, He is
moro llian a mere nmn of science.
Ile is a nmn of original nnd Independent mind. Ile stands out among
medical men of ull tuitions, themselves the dower of tbe world's intellect, by reason oi" his line Independent personality*: lie has had
differences with his fellow scientists.
Hut no one bus ever disputed for an
instant tho remarkable nature of his
professional attainments or the unflinching integrity of bis pergonal
ilui rail er. lie i.s afraid of no man.
Bul he has a higher courage still,
lie is not afraid of the bugbear of
professional etiquette which frightens oven some of the greatest doe-
tors.
As an example of this nmy be mentioned one vory Interesting respect
In which he has differed from tho
medical men of this country. The
latter are trammelled by medical]
etiquette. No one disputes their sci-i
entitle skill or thoir unselfish devotion lo their work, llut they are
limited in their labors by one remarkable scruple. They will prescribe and exiii.runent with drugs of
all kinds sanctioned by tho Pharmacopoeia or newly introduced;   bul
whero 0 medical discovery. even
when il is tin life work ol' a regular
practicing physician, is recommended io the general public by a manufacturer professional etiquette steps
in ami frightens them. No matter
how overwhelming the evidence of
what such a discovery, when sold as
a proprietary  dicine, has accomplished they look coldly upon il  and
I will . rarely admit thai ihey have
used  ii   with success,     It   would   bo
I "unprofessional"   to  do  so.  Dr.l<ap-
SponI is troubled by nu such scruples.
For Instance the numerous remarkable   cures    winch  have   I n   proved
by newspaper reports,  Independently
I investigated, to have I n accomplished  by  tho medicine sold  in  Call-
(ada nnder the name of Dr, Williiuns'
I'ink Tills for Dale People, musl bo
well known to all Canadian doctors.
They have been published far and
wide. There can be no doubt of their
accuracy. The names and addresses
of the men and women cured are
freely published, Their statements
havu been investigated by some of
the most Important newspapers In
this country    and   abroad.      No    one
jbns ever attempted lo dispute tho
fuels. I'.ui Canadian doctors have
nover cared to admit publicly that
they have availed themselves of this
discovery. Dr, l.apponi, however,
has availed himself of Dr, Williams'
discovery, and has. in his own fearless way. had no hesitation in milking tlie fact publicly known. The following letter. With his signature,
freely avows the fact and endorses
the value of Dr. Williams' Tink Tills
witb an authority no one will ven-
t ure 10 quest ion.
TRANSLATION.
nl authority ns Dr. l.npponi. the
trusted physician of tbe Vuticu,n,
they will bo accepted by tho medical
and scientific world at thoir truo
value.
AN AUTO'S ANTICS.
He owned an auto red and his,
The litiust In Ilie town,
Put once, while In this clumsy rtg
It
„ broke
rl(f.t
down.
It wai repnlrcd and weut Immense*.
And Jo>rul was I Ills lover
Until he run Into a fence
n
a o
•        V
1 •
And went 0 r.
The thing was fixed so that 'twould go,
And when this sportive pup
Had ridden thirteen miles or ao
up.
blew
rig
The
P. 8.-
No more his machine hu'll fly
Because he made the blunder
Of running off u bridge yuite high,
And
now
he's
under. —Chicago Inter Ocean
Taking   Jiu  l linnra*«.
"I   certify
Williams'  I
that    I   have   tried    Dr.
k   Tills  in  four cases  of
in
tin1 simple anaemia of duvolopll
After a few weeks of t real menl,
resull   came  fully
He
Nurse- ('oue, Willie, don't you know
tint1.' good little boys never object to
bulbing'.'
Willie—Yep, I've beard the good die
ruling, an' 1 nln't tnkin' no chances,—
Mew Vork American.
He  Wonted   to  Kuan-.
Teddy is of an Inquiring mind, with o
tendency towurd that variety of genius recently chnrneterlned as "sheer
and dauntless persistency." Not long
since bis thirst for knowledge evinced
Itself In a succession of such nppnlllng
interrogations that In sheer self defense his long suffering mother sent
him off to bed 1111 hour curlier thnn
usual.
Some time later, having occasion to
enter the nursery, sbe was confronted
by a small, white robed figure silling
bolt upright iu tbe crib, the baby face
weiring a most earnestly perplexed
expression.
'•Teddy, why aren't you asleep?'' exclaimed bis apprehensive parent.
" 'Cause I can't till I finds out Jos'
ine thing more," he said very seriously and humbly. •'Couldn't I nsk you
Jos' this onee?"
"Yes, but mind, only thla once."
came tbe weary reply.
"Then," joyfully, "I Jes' does so want
to know-can n stork spit a mile?"
GUESSING OVER CANDY,
l)e*reat Friend Had lu Be Co».i
to Name the Giver,
Her dearest friend bad dropped |na
a call, and sbe Itralghtway put ont
live pound box of expensive cauili
"Oh!" cried the friend. "Save n
been squandering money likf that?"
"I didn't Squander It." was the m*
"It was a present to uie."
"A present," repeated the ftJ
"Let's see. Who's been here M
Any of yeur girlhood friends?"
"No."
"Sometimes n family friend pa«t
through"—
"Not the case this time."
"Mrs. Uuxter felt very grateful I
you for"—
"She didn't send It."
"There was that friend of your t»
band that visited here"—
"It didn't come from blm."
"Oh, I know now. You won Itu
bet."
"Wrong again."
"lias auy old friend d*isappointHji
it dinner? Sometimes tbey tr*.,
iijuare things"—
"No."
"Well, I give lt up."
"Try guessing the most unlikely *«
son In the world, considering Untl
live pounds of tbe most expensive ca
dy nnd not a fifty cent Iwx."
"Your husband?"
"Bight!"
"Heavens! He must hnve boendolj
•onictklug owful."—Brooklyn Eagle.
A Stlteh In the Side.
A "stitch lu the side" Is tlie popti
and expressive term for 11 sharp iti
felt in tlie side, an acute .spurn, pi
dining pain, like tbe thrust of n in*
which is felt especially lu tlie im<
costal muscles. Probably Iti simpii
form ls due to muscular cramp a
nected with respiration mid tttqUM
brought on by violent exercise iftS
full meal, lu which tiiere In a grejl
accumulation of carboiiie acid thaac
be readily assimilated or carried 1
Such slight stitch Is often removed I
Stooping; hence the old time popui
remedy was to make tbe Hlgn ul i
cross upou the foot.
Such a stitch is ulso associated tl
pleurisy, uud then lt Is caused b<
stretching of the not uncommon j
lieslous between two pleuritic surfs*
At otber times the source is neunip
Iu nny case to persist In uiuseulars
ertlou wheu the stitch Is severe ill
take a great risk.
I ions
tl
Ily  up to my expectant   reason   I   shall   not
WALKING COSTUME.
Intervals nround the hem of a skirt or
tbe edge of a flounce and nre repeated
In corresponding style on the bolero or
bodice.
Narrow frills must be taken Into account nlso ln enumerating the different
trimmings. They add an ornate appearance to the simplest of gowns.
Hands of shlrrings now attain the
proportions of three or four inches In
width, and ln many cases they are
edged on either side with wide Irregular applications of lace.
The new coats as well ns the gowns
dlspay rich undersleeves of lace nnd
mull. The newest undersleeve 13 one
composed of mnny tiny rullllngs.
The new spring silk frocks nre of
taffeta and a soft, luminous weave of
French silk. Tbey require to bo plaited, gauged or trimmed In some way to
five them chic folds.
Fine black cloths always form a
smart costume, and in thc illustration
you will see an example of this. Tin
tucking figures largely on coat and
skirt. The latter, by the wny, ls a very
new model. JUOIU CHOLLET.
I'or
fail in Iho future lo extend the use
of lliis laudable preparation, not
only in tho treatment ol othor morbid forms of the category of anaemia or Chlorosis, but ulso iu cases
of neurasthenia and the like.
(Signed) Dr. Giuseppe l.apponi,
Vln del Gracchi :t:i'J, Itomo.
TllO "simple uiiaeniin of development" referred lo by Dr. l.npponi is
of course that tired, languid condition of young girls whose development tO womanhood is tardy, and
whose health, at lhe period of that
development, is so often imperilled,
llis opinion of the value of Dr. Williams' Tink Tills at that time is of
thi1 highest scientific authority, and
it Confirms the many published cases
in which anaemia and other diseases
of the blood as well as the nervous
diseases referred to by Dr. l.npponi,
have been cured by these pills, which,
it need hardly lie mentioned, owe
their efficacy lo their power of making new blood, und thus nil ing direct ly  on    the   digestive and  nervous
•system.
ll
ill    cu»r*s
threatened consumption, ileciine, Indigestion, kidney disease and all nf-
fecl ions of the nerves, ns St. Vitus'
dunce,
ataxia,   'key   are  columeiuled     lo    llu
anaemia, j    "Why?"
Fair  I ufe ren re.
No one else draws tbe truly southern
darky and "cracker" as Mr. Kemble
does, iu* understands nnd appreciates
tliNU both artistically and humanly.
Not long ago be was working In lieor-
Ki".
"I was Sketching," he sail "an angular cracker who was posing fur me.
He bad stood in viiriefus positions fi.r
over nn bour. When I asked him ivbat
I should pay him. be replied:
" 'Waal, I reckon n nickel will do.'
"l showed blm the sketches and ask
ed bis opinion.
""Pears ter me It's mighty puddlln'
business fer a man ter be doln'. But
then yew couldn't be throwin' money
nwny like this fer me doln' nothln' but
Ktnndiif Mill, so I reckon It must piiy
lew Htitblii'.' "— Louisville Herald.
Hla  I'r.miiuiiiii,'  Arranged.
"I know what you've come here for "
said Utile Willie.   "You're going to ast
my sister to be your wifo."
"Oh!   Why do yon think so?"
"'Cause I heard her tellin' mn  she
was gi,ln' to git ynu in *, corner tonight
ind  make vmi aay  11 ••.
Hla  Baal una.
"I think," she said, "that he has deceived us ull. I don't think he is anything more than 11 clerk."
Credit With Pawnbrokeri.
That men can und do establish 1C1
of credit with pawnbrokers Is a pn
osltlon beyond belief to the uian *
has been offered only $i\!0 on a tj
that cost 176. The fact remains, bor
ever, that all pawnbrokers bare 1
vored patrons on their bonks wbo a
nlwnya get the amount of money*
want upon almost nny old tiling tk
Dikes tbe shape of Jewelry or 0*
"bookable" personal property. *\
cal sport tried to ruise $80 on Ml*
second stop watch the otlier day *'
was offered |80 less tban the value'
tbe case melted. A friend »M
an established credit took tin.' «•"
watch to ihe same pawnbrokern
got $75 on lt without n queitk*!
ing nsked. lt was the mnn. Wj "j
watch, tbat made the loan pOM**
paralysis    ami    locomotor
ilil'nle
if    tic
pill,Ila
md   now
thnt ihey hnvo received the emphatic
endorsement,  of  so  high  a   profession*
'Because right In the middle of
propositi last night bis mind
and  be snld,  'Y
smaller, miss, without
on could wen
any
all.'    1 Jerked my fuot back, of
but I knew right uway why it
easy for hlm to get on his knees before
a girl."
•cd,
size
ut
course,
Wuh so
wander
•ar a t
trouble
SrtlltiK  Her IIIbIH- f
Noah Webster, the learned COW
of the well known dictionary. **.
unconventional man who lovod Ml
conventional Monde, but bli *»*
n stickler for propriety.   Dace, saf"
Idler, tbe good lady left home on <-£
was supposed 10 be a prolongw  .
but some inlerferenee caused lierj
turn unexpectedly, and she ^
husband  In  his shirt sleeves. BWJ
carnival over strong waters 0«"|
liy with a number of I'lii-uds in
shirt sleeves.   The shocked lad) t
at this disreputable gathering«'L
ment In Sllotico,   Tben Sho•«■<•■'   j
I am surprised:'*   "No. MS *'v' ,„
the  lexicographer  mildly. "I a
prised.    Vou are astonished*
*""■*• slot I
Izitnl* Walton Is tho Patr0" %<
all good llsberineii.   Here Is »'■ '  j
as lo bull: "Let your Imlt ■)*•■ ^|
ivd  worm as you can MM.        „,>
knot.   (Jet a pint ora quurtor .1
1111 evening lu garden WilIM *   jf
commons ufter 11 shower of    ',J
put them with clean mm*zL*l
and picked and the wntt'i* w""*^ iu,0«i
of the moHS as dry as you «•"    A
earthen   pot   or   pipkin  »•*   ^A
dm Ugo tbo moss-fresh eveiT   ^M
four days for threo weelis or      m
together.   Then your bolt y d„,|
the best, for lt will be clear a     |
ly." V
Supplement to the Driil-Siocan, B. C.
n ————-—*——***—— -. iii   •** ^~****^ ^orm*W m
corporation of tne Gitu
oi Slooan.
;ale of Lands for Taxes.
I virtue of a warrant, given in pursuance of a By-Law, No. 23, of the Cor-
„ oi the City of Slocan, being "Tho Amended Slocan Real Estate Tax
, law 190*1." under the hand of Thomas McNeish, Esquire, the Mayor
saiil Corporation, dated the 30th day of May, A.D., 1904, to me directed,
■oroceed to sell by public auction, in the Council Chambers at the City
the sakl City of Slocan, on the 18th day o( July, 1904, at 11 o'clock ln
moon the lands, Improvements and real property mentioned and set out
ollow'ing list authenticated by the signature of the Mayor and the Seal of
Corporation, unless the arrears of taxes and costs are sooner paid.
of Lands and Improvements and Real Property within the limits of the
fiion of the City of Slocan upon which Taxes are Due and Remaining
|(, thi* 30th day of May, A.D.. 1904.
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.40
.17
.23
.26
.45
.15
.03
.27
.27
.27
.27
.27
.51
.47
.27
.27
.27
.27
.27
.27
.70
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.34
.34
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.53
.20
.20
.20
.05    I
.0.1    |
.05
.05
.05 I
.00 I
.05 |
.05 I
.07 |
.69 j
.32 I
.32 I
.20 |
.20 |
.32 |
.20 I
.20 |
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.32 !
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$2.28
2.46
2.08
2.18
2.49
1.76
1.77
1.77
1.77
1.77
L77
1.83
1.76
1.66
1.71
1.70
1.73
1.77
1.81
1.85
1.95
1.73
1.95
1.99
2.33
1.79
1.59
116.94
20.91
15.81
12.85
15.00
21.18
6.10
6.24
6.23
6.24
0.23
0.24
7.60
6.01
3.93
5.02
4.77
5.52
6.43
7.20
7.95
10.10
5.46
9.98
11.00
18.28
6.94
2.62
Robertson, Wm. R I
Urquhari, Hugh Archibald)
Fletcher Krank  I
Alley,  R.  T I
Alley, R. T |
.-'letctier, Frank  |
cVas Charles  |
Smyth, Roliert  |
luckling, A. B., (030 ft)..I
atcNee, Wm., (20 ft) |
'uckllng, A. E„ (B.HO ft).|
.dcNee, Wm., (20 ft) |
k-orge, Robert    |
.lodglns, A. E j
rlodglus, A. E j
(•'letcher, Krank  I
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5.85
.30 |
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6
5.85
.30
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7
5.85
.30 |
10
8
5.85
.30 i
10
12
5.8T,
.30 (
10
13
!   5.85
.30
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.04
2.11
13.57
2.08
12.85
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.04
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
1.87
8.54
2.30
17.55
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.91
9.35
1.91
9.30
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
j.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
2.13
1389
1.74 1
0.84
1.74 1
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.38 !
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.08
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.58
2.41
1.59
2.72
2.05
12.22
1.86
8.38
1.86
8.38
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.86
8.38
1.74
5.84
1.74
0.84
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.86
8.38
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.-84
1.74
... AIM
1.74
5.84
1.74
5.84
1.86
8.38
1.61
2.97
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.93 |
9.75
1.59
I   2.61
1.58
2.45
1.57
...aio
1.57
2.21
1.56
2.05
1.56
2.05
1.56
2.05
1.56
2.05
1.56
2.05
1.57
2.29
1.84
|   7.99
1.84
7.99
1.84
!   7.99
1.84
J   7.99
1.84
7.99
1.84
7.99
.tobertiion, Frank
Fletcher, Frank...
•haw, Albert  Nathaniel,
''letcher, Frank 	
toblnspn.    S.  H.  ft  Wilson, W	
Uackstock,  Malcolm   ...
'letcher. Frank 	
•'letcher, Frank	
larruth, Thomas R	
'letcher, Frank 	
'ampbell. Archibald McT.,
'letcher. Frank	
Me ment,  Samuel   	
•'letcher, Frank 	
Robertson, Beatrix Edith
Lys, Francis B	
tors, Francis B	
Fletcher. Frank 	
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26
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
20
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
21
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1 17
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8
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9
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14
12
14
13
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14
14
16
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4
15
5
15
6
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7
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8
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15
14
15
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15
16
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17
15
18
16 |
19
10
20
17
2
17
3
17
4
17
5
17
6
17
7
17
8
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9
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17
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Amount of , n, f,, a__\    | „
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10
n
12
14
17
18
1
2
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
16
17
18
19
20
4
7
8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
1
2
4
5
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7
»
11
12
2
3
5.86
0.86
6.85
5.85
6.85
5.86
9.50
7.46
6.00
7.40
9.75
5.85
6.85
0.85
0.86
0.80
5.85
14.62
18.80
7.80
7.87
7.94
3.12
1.17
4.98
3.07
16.85
12.24
12.25
7.45
7.45
7.45
7.45
7.45
7.40
12.25
12.20
7.10
7.10
7.10
9.75
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
0.80
5.85
5.85
0.80
5.80
5.85
0.80
5.85
5.85
9.75
7.80
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
8.50
3.20
3.20
3.20
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.66
3.55
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
:!.90
6.20
3.90
3.90
3.90
5.85
...50
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.76
5.85
3.90
3.90
250
3.90
2.92
1.95
.92
5.50
3.05
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.53
3.55
3.55
5.50
1.49
.71
1.03
2.34
2.34
3.05
3.85
4.25
.71
.78
1.42
3.06
3.13
5.00
5.60
5.50
5.00
5.50
3.00
11.20
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.76
3.76
3.76
2.00
9.75
5.85
5.85
3.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
7.80
5.60
7.10
7.10
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.30 |
.30 I
.30 I
.30 I
.30 i
.49 |
.37 ,
.15 |
.37 j
. 50 i
.20 i
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.30 |
.30 |
.30 |
.30 |
.71 |
.93 1
.40 |
.40 ,
.41 |
.20 |
.03 |
.28 j
.09 |
. 83 i
.61 |
.58 j
.37 |
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.37 |
.37 |
.37 |
. 58 |
. 08 1
.34 |
.34 1
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.30 |
,80 |
.30
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.30
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.20
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.18
.18
.18
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.30
.20
.20
.08
.20
.15
.07
.05
.26
.17
.17
.17
.17
.17
.17
.17
.17
.26
.07
.03
.05
.12
.12
.17
.30
.23
.03
.05
.07
.13
.13
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.32
.20
.20
.20
.18
.18
.18
.08
.64
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.40
.26
.34
.84
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1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
2.04
1.93
1.78
1.93
2.05
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
2.30
2.52
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.70
1.60
1.80
1.70
2.42
2.19
2.18
1.93
1.93
1.93
1.93
1.93
1.93
2.18
2.18
L91
1.91
1.91
2.05
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
2.05
1.95
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.94
1.84
1.84
1.99
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.86
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.84
1.83
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.T3
1.84
1.74
1.74
1.67
1.74
1.69
1.64
1.58
1.83
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
172
1.83
1.64
1.57
1.69
1.66
1.66
1.72
1.84
1.76
1.57
1.58
1.61
1.70
1.70
1.83
1.8.1
1.83
1.83
1.83
1.83
1.86
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.67
2.05
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.9B
1.83
1.91
1,91
7.99
7.99
7.9»
7.99
7.99
7.99
12.03
9.76
6.94
9.75
12.3*0
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
17.63
22.26
10.15
10.22
10.30
5.02
2,80
7.06
4.86
20.10
15.04
15.01
9.75
9.75
9.75
9.75
9.76
9.75
10.01
15.01
9.36
9.36
9.36
12.30
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7:99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
12.30
10.15
7.9-9
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.96
0.04
S.04
5.04
0.44
6.44
5.44
5.44
6.44
5.84
5.84
S.84
6/84
5.84
5.84
8.38
5.84
0.84
5.84
7.99
7.69
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
7.99
5.84
5.84
4.25
5.84
4.76
3.66
2.55
7.09
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
6.44
5.44
3.44
3.44
7.59
3.18
2.31
2.67
4.12
4.12
6.44
7.99
6.24
2.31
2.41
3.10
4.89
4.96
7.09
7.59
7.39
7.59
7.69
7.59
8.38
6.84
5.84
5.84
5.67
5.67
5.67
4.26
12.30
7.99
7^9
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.16
7.59
9.36
9.35
NAME
Fletcher, Frank ..
Wallace.  Andrew
Fletcher, Frank ..
(Block
Provost, Frank.
Provost, Frank.
Fletcher, Frank
Riley, R. T	
Riley. R. T	
Fletcher, Frank  ,
Oanach, Annie ft Oarnelly
Clara  	
Uodgios, Arthur E j
Fletcher, Frank 	
tjodgtas, Arthur E.
tiodgins, Arthur E,
Fletcher, Frank ...
Irett, Ada Harriet.
Ir-Qtt.iAda Harriet..
Fletcher, Frank ....
Fletcher, Frank
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25
25
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25
25
25
26
25
26
25
25
25
20
20
25
26
25
26
20
26
26
20
26
20
26
26
20
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
28
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28
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28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
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28
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30
30
30
30
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30.
30
30
30
30
30
30
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30
30
30
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30
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31
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8
12
18
19
11
12
13
14
16
16
17
1
2
4
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10
17
16
19
20
4
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
IB
13
14
15
19
20
1
2
3
4
0
6
9
10
11
12
13
14
17
18
19
20
3
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
16
16
17
18
19
20
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2
3
4
3
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
10
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
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6
7
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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1
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3
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0
7
8
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inimnii or Uxiei fu, wlUch
[K. |,,n,cny fc. luUr lo bai
be sold
Tmtes       I Interest date
^^^To lain
7.10
7.10
6.85
6.85
5.85
7.50
5.00
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
11.56
6.76
6.75
6.76
8.75
6.75
9.05
8.70
6.15
5.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.15
6.81
5.15
10.65
5.16
5.15
6.15
6.16
5.15
6.15
8.35
7.10
6.16
6.16
5.15
5.16
5.15
9.05
9.05
5.13
5.15
6.15
5.15
5.10
5.16-
7.10
6.85
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
7.45
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
6.85
4.88
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
6.85
7.84
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.70
3.76
8.76
4.52
3.90
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
S.12
4.04
.78
A8
1.35
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
3.53
3.20
2.43
1.62
1.62
1.62
2.12
2.12
3.12
3.12
4.04
3.20
1.C7
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
2.06
181
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
3.13
3.41
1.96
1.96
1.95
1.95
1.93
1.95
1.95
1.95
.34
.34
.30
.30
.30
. 22
.15
.34
.34
.34
.34
.34
.51
.31
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.31
.31
.31
.43
.40
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.28
.24
.60
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.38
.84
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.44
.44
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
.84
.30
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.37
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.30
.26
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.30
.39
.18
.18
.18
.18
.18
.18
.18
.18
.23
.20
.16
.16
.16
.18
.16
.16
.16
.16
.21
.06
.05
.06
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.12
.17
. 14
.10
.11
.11
.11
.13
.13
.16
.16
.21
.14
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.10
.09
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.13
.16
.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
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Collrrloa'i. com
million and
conl ngrnt ei-
l-ni., •, ul tela
Total aratwnt
of aU.cs, inter*
■nl and cnan
foi which Um
Koputv is Ua.
i laWiiU
1.91
1.91
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WarlM, Thomas.  (Stack!
on C.P. R. land) | |
Slocan, B.C30tti Day tf Nay, A. D. 1904.
N. D. CUR!IS, Collet*
I hereby authenticate this list by a fflxlng my frfgnature and Hi** •*-**•••«
Corporation of thn City of Slocan, tliis  30th day of May. A. D., 1904.
(SEAL.) THOMAS McNEISN,
■■■  ********* J* ?®s
iiit«i n Mmi i c im am fcy tf m\V,k,%* MM „ _ • pjE       DRILL THEY DIDN'T PART.'
SLOGAN,   B.   C.
,,r  Henry Mosgravo,
Belfast,   who   went to
with    his   brother   Sam
[i!!?1 forty venis ngo, and died ro-
10'.    nn- wanted to L'oiiie  forward
.inun   their   share of tin.- estate
Cl,,. relatival
IttttiVt
llfornifl
[ch li
e left, valued at  £18,000.
F0lt ALL CHILDREN
ii,,|i\s  Own Tablots is a medlcino
,1 ii,i' all children, from tho tcobl-
lnfunl  whoso lifo sootns to hung
iiiii'iiil i" tho sturdy boy whoso
[ostlvu apparatus occasionally got.
\ df ni'ili'i'.  Tho Tablots Instantly
jlovd nnd promptly euro all .stom-
,i. nnii iinwi-i   troubles and nil tho
in,,!' ailments  of   Un-   littlo ones,
.ol,Bllndfl   of  niotliors have proyod
. iiiii'-j-f thoso statements, among
'„.« Mrs,  Itobt.  Morton. Deorwood,
Bi,    who says:  "llaby's Own Tab-
is I'liive helped my baby more than
ivthlng I ■ ovor f*"v(' nlm- ■ can
anRi-leiitlotisly recommond tho Tab-
is iii iiii mothers." Wo give you o
Ileum iiHSuranco that the Tablots do
,, (-out ii iii om- particle of oplato or
,,.,1,1111 drug.  They   do   good—they
,v,,|' run   llo   Illl 1*111.   1111(1   Illl   children
i,, 11,, in as readily as candy, Sold
h.iIm nn* dealers or sent post, paid
;-, cents a box by writing The Dr.
■HI,,     Medicine   Co.,   Brockville,
hi.
I.IiiiIl"' (''.nan. who found no crim-
i,l iiii'-ini-ss at Mulllngar, attribute*
ii,,, happy circumstance to Iho
line's lili'ssinjj. At ii private mnli-
[,,, ho imil askod tho Pope i" bless
[,, [our counties which formed his
limit.
Stratford, 4th Auk . 1808.
Kssi-.s  c   C. RICHARDS & CO.
II enl lemon—Mv neighbor's boy, 4 yearn
|,i  i.'ii inio »' tub "f boiling water mui
.It' m.iIiIimI fearfully.   A  few days laier
fa leas swelled to three times their nut-
I'nl si/i- uml broke out in running snron.
|iM |„in*iiis   ciuiiil   net   notblng iii lull'
ln,   nu    i    recommended    minauds
Ammknt. which, after usinu; two holies, completely cured him. and  I  Know
■svoral   other rust's around   here   al-
In*.t us remarkable, cured by the samp
Ynhnent,   uml   I  tun truly say  1  never
Biiiiieii   ii   medicine   which bas hn<l   ns
ml ii suit* oi' nhi'ii such universal sat?
Unction M   HlliKllT.
Qeneral   Merchant.
The Irish  Chapel  built til   Home to
(iiiniii'inoiate tbe episcopal jubilee of
ill.   was   Inaugurated by   Mgr,
latrlck Foley, Roman   Catholic   Hi-
lui|i ul" Kililnre.
liaard's Liniment Lumberman's Friend.
The Home Secretory has decided to
• an order abolishing Leceister
i after i's celebration next
nth. Two lairs have booh held an-
fimlly under a charter for many const! ries,
Pale,    slt-kly   children    should une   Mo*
afher      Oravea'      Worm       Kxtormlnator
uin** are nm* of the principal causes "I
InlTi'i'lnt;   ill   Children   ami   sliuiilil    In*    ex-
lied  trom  ihe system
With the object of  honoring   Cob-
en's memory, tho   Cobdon club   is
■rganlrJng   centenary   gathering, all
throughout  the country for the hundredth   nnnivei'Mii-y     of    his     birth,
i-hich falls on June 8.
Keep Minard's Liniment in tbe House.
The   denth   took place at   Nrurhor-
nigh, Eng., recently   of  Mr.   C.   N.
Wilkinson,    who only recently retired
li'iiin the piisiiinii of secretary to tho
irthenstern Hallway Company,
Khlch   In*   had   belli   tor   thirty-live
• ■il rs.
TESTED BY TIME.—In his Justly-
iii'iirnii'ti Ptlli Dr. Parmelee lias (tlven
n Hit* worlil one of tne most unique
i.'iiiiim'H ottered to the public In late
.'ni*,    Prepared to moot the want for a
ill   which   could   I"'   taken   without   nntl-
'■ii. and that would purge without pain
i Iuih tiiet nil requirements in that dl*
'ition, uml it Is in general use not
aiy becauae ot these two qualities, eut
-ecause   it   is   known   to   !)0S*l»'**a   aMC-a-
in' nmi curative powers which place ii
i the irnnt rank of medicines.
The   Germanic,   which   sails   from
Southampton    in     connection   with
111"1 American lino New York service,
lis the oldest liner a float. C'onstnict-
|«il thirty yenrs ago, she hit**, covered
|«i»it two million nautical miles.
Tho   four   men   who stole   nnd   reived  the  historic, cannon  from    the
ptutunda at Woolwich were sentenced
ni Hn- Old Dal ley, London,   the   ro-
elvor to  live years'  penal .crvltudo,
I'liid   tht*  others  to   tWOlVO,    nini'    and
Kour montlis' Imprisonment.
Why is it that Ayer's Hair
Vigor does so many remarkable things? Because it is a
hair food. It feeds the hair,
puts new life into it. The hair
Hair Vigor
cannot keep from growing.
And gradually all the dark,
rich color of early life comes
back to gray hair.
?i„k TV *y°u% »■■ f 1***7 *•"•"■ "ow ll !• « nlr«
"en bl.rk. ami ,. thick *• I conld Willi."
'__[**• *°*~* Kuirvaaixiaif, TutcumbU,
fiftS&Kfr i. CATS" CO.,
■liliaufflSi *or     !•<"»»"* ■**•*■"■
Gray Hair
How Two tlrothrra. Settled m Matte*
of Matrimony.
An English book of reminiscences
tells of two squires named Letimun of
Ivybrldge—"two thin, dellcnto looking
old men, twin brothers, seventy-two
years old, wltb white hair, very gentle
and courteous In tuan uer, red ciitnwiiy
conts, white cords, bluek boots, cups
nnd clove.." When past Blxty years
of nge one night after hunting one of
them *nid to tbe other: "1 have been
thinking neither of'us can hnve much
I longer to live ln this world and It will
I be a terrible thing for the survivor to
I have to remain here alone. Don't you
think ono of us ought to marry'*"'
1 "Yes," -was the reply. "I have thought
. so for n long time." "Well, do you
know of *uy Indy?" "Yes; I do. Is
there any one you fancy'/" On compiling notes lt nppenred they had both
selected the same womnn. the manager
of a hotel nt Okehampton. "Well,"
•aid one, "we have lived together nil
these years without n wry word, and
It's n pity wo should fall out nt our
time of life." So the.v tossed up who
should marry her. The winner rode
down to Okehnmpton next morning
and was accepted. All three lived together and thc wife nursed both brothers in their last illness and was left
their money.
WRITERS' CRAMP.
It la m Sort ef l'tirnlrala of Either
the  MuNt'lcia  or   Nervra.
Writers' cramp, which Is more paralysis than cramp, ls caused by excessive
writing, especially when In a weak or
depressed condition, ft is still a mutter of doubt whether this embarrassing defect ls due to n failure of the
central nervous system or whether it
arises in the muscles involved.
Duchenne, one of the highest authorities on nerve diseases, holds that it is
an affection of the great nerve centers,
for local treatment of the lend does
no good, nnd cramp rapidly appears in
the left hand if the sufferer trnnsfers
tbe work to lt. It Is probably caused
by tbe complete exhaustion of some
portion of the brain which presides
over the movements of the group of
muscles involved.
Rest is the chief, if not the only,
cure, though tbe substitution of n
keyboard typewriter in the early stage
ls often of no avail. A dial machine,
which must be grasped with finger nnd
thumb, Is not so successful. Pianists,
vIollniRls, telegraph clerks, tailors nnd
many others suffer from a sli-ilar
cramp.
PLANTS IN   BEDROOMS.
FOUND WHAT HE
WAS LOOKING FOR
A  Complete  Cure   for   Bladder
Troubles in Dodd's kidney
Pills.
James Atwell Tried other Medlolnea and
11iuiiIiiu<k but They Fulled-UotlU's
Kidney Pills Didn't.
Campbellford, Ont., May 23.—
(Special).—"I had Lumbago and
Bladder Troublo for years. I could
got no relief till 1 tried Dodd's Kidney Pills and they cured me."
This is the statement of .lames Atwell of this pluce, and all his neighbors know it to bo true. Speaking
further of his curo Mr. Atwell says:—
"l-'or fivo months of the timo ths
pains in my bladder wero very severe, and in passing my urine would
hurt mo so as to almost causo tears
to come to my eyes.
"I used other pills and got no ro-
lief. I used a baudgge and got no
relief. Dodd's Kidney l'ills cured me
completely and permanently."
All bladder discuses uro caused by
disordered kidneys. There is Just one
natural wuy to curo them—by curing
the kidneys with Dodd's Kidney
l'ills.
< imimnlill. 3;l ftlr.lt I'arrra III S. /».
The !it. James'   Qasetto snys    cf
General     Sir   Henry     lliKlyurd,   who
1ms boon appointed to succeed Sir
lun tUiniiion in command of thp
British forces in South Africa:
"General Hildyard in something more
thun ti'uu'd-liiitiug fighter. Ho is a
Strategist and tactician of the Urst
order. His reputation WBS immensely enhanced by bis brilliant work
ir. South Africa. Although ho had
ti on who could not, ns ho told tho
War Commission, tnke a band ut
.(iap-shooting, and muny who were
boii und unformed, he did wonders,
'Linesman' summed him up in one of
bis admirable appreciations: 'Thoro
is no general officer in this army who
bus more speedily, certainly and deservedly won the confidence of bis
subordinates than Ooneral Hildyard,
Irom the day when be suved es
many lives oi his brigade ns could
be saved from the devastating inferno raging uround them ut Colon-
Bo, by his timely adoption Of extended order, Io the moment when
that saint* brigade, With others, v.us
triumphantly nursed by him on to
the knobby summits of Almond's
Nek.' "
tt't.Hgow cleitrs tl.fiOO yuurly Irom [has been hauged at Kilkenny for Um
tho waste paper collected uti Iho Inui'diU' Of hlS XttK. When upprtnirlie.l
S.tfeels   by   1 lie   etotttislng   depn i-ui.'nt .    by   HUllngtoil,   the  exeeilt inner.   Ivelly.
The     I WO     ilau.'.lil a a     nf     III •    I'.
j John   MiTliersnii,   ilia- Manse,   Com*
rie. Scut.., nn* suinn llieir father foi
I ailment.
'•''''   '"lake im- goritiy and you can
ii Imi you like with me."
John Kelly, ol Klldaro town,   [iti.. I£1,000,110.
The Wosleynn Million Glulnon Fund
(England)    has    reached    u     total   of
Ther Are llarmlei.ia In the Daytime,
bnt Vlclouia at Night.
In the daytime, when sunlight stimulates their nutrition, plants can do
no barm in bedrooms, for then tbey
give off oxygen and are useful in absorbing from the air tbe carbon which
ls injurious to animal life. The free
use which Is made nowadays of llowers nnd plants In our hospitals is in itself sullicient proof that this is a wholesome means of ministering mental
cheer and comfort to the sick and suffering.
At night the case Is different. Then
all plants nnd llowers are removed
from hospital wards, because tbey exhale the carbonic acid which they have
gathered from the soil and air and
thus give off by n process similar to
resplrutlon a gas which is Injurious.
We may therefore conclude that during the hours of darkness, when the
respirntory process is active and the
nutritive Is at a standstill, plants should
have no placo in our bedrooms. What
is prudent In spacious wards is imperative in smaller chambers.
The wife of a collier named Thos.
l-'arnworth, of Greenbank street.
TyldcMiy. near Manchester, 1ms given birth  In four children, iill boys.
laidy    im    Wales     plays    footer    on
Wash greasy Hislies. potn or puns '\;th
Lever's lir.v soap, a powder, H will ro-
mine the greatte wi'li tin* greatest i*usi*.   ill,
sturdy lines, runs and pusses well,
iii.d can score goal, nently. The club
he plays for is not mentioned, but. it
is thought   he is a   "pure umuteur."
$100 Reward $100.
Th* readers of Oils paper will be pleaaed to
learn that there l> at least one dreaded disease
that science has been able to cure In all Its
stttdfs. and that Is Catarrh. Hall'n Catarrh
Curt Is the only positive cure now known lo ths
medical fraternity. Catarrh twins a conntitu-
tlnnal disease, rtqulres a constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken liilernnlly,
a. Unit directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying ths
foundation of the disease, and KlvInK the patient strenK'.h by building up tho constitution
and aailstmn nature In dnlnit lu work. Ths
proprietor.•. have so much faith In Itu curative
powers, thnt Uvy offer One Hundred Dollar*
ror any ca.-i that It fulls to cure. Send for list
of testimonies.   Address
r. J   CHF.N'EY ft (XV, Toledo, O.
Sold by nil dvuUKlxts, 75c,
Hall's Family Pills are the best.      ,
Although Manchester now possesses
forty public elementary schools, the
■education Committee is advertising
for twels-o mure sites of land from
3,000 to 5,000 square yards each.
Ask for Minard's and tnke no other.
sir llenrj Miller, who as Mayoral
Dorry, Ire., was knighted on the occasion of the Wine's Coronation, has
been  appointed   In   thO ollice  of   town
clerk of  'hul  city.
Ill
Verv many persons die annually
cholera and kindred summer cotuplaii
who mit;!" have lieen saved if pro
remedies Iiud been used, li attacked
not delay In K^tUn,; u liotik* of Dr.
li. Ki'liuirir's Dysentery Cordial,
medicine Hint never fails to effect
cure. Those who huve used it BBS
arts promptly, und thoroughly sun,I
the pain  and iliseuse
Iniplratloa   For  a   Ball   (.una.
Among the mnny characteristic stories |
thnt have been  told of tho methods
that were used by the great man dress-
maker of Tnrls, Worth, In creating his
surprises there is one of u commission
he recolved for a fancy gown which a '
■jrcat belle desired to have absolutely |
unique.   The great mnu spent tbe night
consulting with his collaborators, but |
the idea refused to materialize. Weary
with their fruitless toll, the three artists stepped out on a balcony to rest
and forget tbelr disappointment in a
cigarette.    "Volln!    It Is the dawn!"
said one.   "Ciel!   It Is the dress:'' cried |
Worth, nnd "Dawn," with its subtle
harmonics of gray and violet nud rose
shot through with gold, was the success of tbe ball.
tn some of the South Lincolnshire
stockyards there is suid to be almost as big a plague of mice as rats.
Over 1,500 of lhe little rodents were
killed recently 111 the process of
thrashing a single cornstack.
Minard's Liniment is used by Physicians.
Tho I.. & N. VY. Hy. Co., England,
ar.* building a special engine al
Crewe which is to cover the journey
of l.VJ miles between Crewo and London In 160 minutes daily. Tliis
moans that tho run to Manchester
will lie dono In loss than three and a
half hours.
THE GREAT QUESTION IS
HOW TO PREVENT PNEUMONIA
AND   A  REASONABLE ANSWER IS  CURE
THE COLD BV USING
DR. CHASE'S §rp
LINSEED »no TURPENTINE
Till*. CRICK IN Till'. BACK.—"One
tsuch of nature makes the whole world
kin," sinus the poet, llut whut about
the touch of rheumatism and lumbago,
which is so common non'.' There is no
poetry in that touch, for it renders life
miserable. Vet how deliuhtful is ,the
sense of-relict when nn application of Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil drives pain away,
There  is  nothing  i-quuls  it.
The rlrat Prc-nclilng In Malnr.
The earliest chinch permanently established In Maine ls said to have been
Episcopal. Services were held nt Saco
in lliil". At what is now Popbam services were held frequently In Hid", the
first Instances of tho performance of
the rites of the Episcopal church ln
nny part of the United States north
of* Virginia and the lirst Protectant
worship and preaching by an ordained
minister in uuy portion of this vast
territory. . .
HU  SlKiiutnr*.
Paying Teller—What ls your nnmo.
anyway? Indignant Presenter of
Check—Don't you see my signature?
Paying Teller-Yes; thut's what arous
ed my curiosity.	
The W«y They Do In Irtlsnl.
Icelanders never think of "locking
Up" nt night, and yet only two cases
of thieving have occurred ln many
yenrs. Ono was a poor man with a
broken arm, who stole several sheep to
■ave his family from starving. The
punishment meted out to him wns that |
food was provided for his family, he
was placed under in'edlenl care and
work was given him whon his arm had
healed. The other enso was of a for- I
elgner who stole seventeen sheep. The
law demanded thnt he restore the
value of the thefts nud then leave the
country or bo executed.   Naturally he
Tlio  freedom  of   Belfast,   Ire.,    has
been    presentetl    to    the   wife of    tho
Right   linn. W, ,1.  1'irrie. m recognition of her philanthropic work.
Al the annual convention ol Irisl
Nationalists In Dublin, Mr, John
Redmond said thai tho Unionist ports were iii tho condemned ceil Halting for oxecution,
Unless the soap you
use has this brand you
are not getting the best
Ask for tha •ctaceB Bar.
Bilious?
Dizzy? Headache? Pain
back of your eyes? It's your
liver! Use Ayer's Pills.
Gently laxative; all vegetable.
Sold for 60 years,     f&ffi&i
■H in ******* at   *a*A*m*m**0*t ii i -——^——-——-m
j ,Vant your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rich black? Um
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
S. V HtU« CO.. StlHOt, _ K.
,^,a. in   i- —  "' ' mmmmm.
Tor >li*rlta*i*l«aiia < ouiImcI.
On -March 10 at tbe Citadel, Que-
liec. Conductor .1. 11. Wood of the
Ordnance Stores Corps and formerly
Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant
of tin* R. C, Q, A., wus presented
with tho military medal for meritorious conduct. Tho presentation
was made by Col. J, P, Wilson,
commander of the fortress, at a
special parade of the R. 0, O, A.,
tho Ordnance Corps und the complement Of the Canadian fishery licet
now undergoing instruction at the
Citadel. Conductor Wood's military
career has extended over iv period of
nearly 'i\ years, nnd during thut
time ho has never lieen brought to
"ollice" for uny olToilCO, lie formerly lived in Toronto.
The enormous death rate for Janu-
I ary has opened tho eyes of tho peo-
1 pie  to   tho   terrible  mortality which
1 accompanies neglected colds.
[    Out of the 412 deaths reported in
\ Toronto for tho month, 05 were from
pneumonia, und this is no doubt-only
a small proportion of the deaths that
may bo justly attributed to a neglect
to cure colds.
In the north country colds aro so
common that the danger involved is
lost sight of, but tbo results aro
none the less fatal.
Tho prudent way i9 to use Dr.
Chaso's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine at tho lirst appearance
ef trouble, and so guard against any
change of serious consequences.
The soothing, healing influence of
this great medicine is a balm to irri-
I'ire has destroyed the spinning
mill of Irvin Firth at Koighloy
Nocks. The damage is estimated at
over £50,000.
TO THOSE OF SEDENTARY OCCUPATION.—Men who follow sedentary occupations, whicb deprive thorn
of fresh uir und exercise, are mo-'i-
prone to disorders of tho liver and
kidneys than those who lead active,
outdoor lives. The former will find
In Parmelee'a Vegetable Pills a restorative without question the most
ellicacious on the market. They are
easily procurable, easily taken, act
expeditiously, and they are surprisingly cheap considering their excellence.
Damage estimated at £10,000 wus
dono by fire in the engineering works
of Messrs. (iresluuii & Craven, Sal-
ford, Eng,
The nevi*r failins medicine, Hollow-ay's
Corn Cure, removes all kinds of corns.
warts, etc.; eim the most difficult to remove cannot withstand this wonderful
remedy,
Mr. Julius Jacobs, whose father in
bis will disinherited him unless ho
ceased all connection with public
bodies of every kind, has resigned Iiis
membership of tho Liverpool City
Council.
A striking feature of the new cathedra! at Liverpool. Kng.. will be
the height of tho vaulting of the
nave antl choir. Measured in the barrel vaulting it will be 110 feet, nnd
in the high transepts 14l> feet, No
cathedral in the country approaches
its height.
I'he "slot" gns meter has its disadvantages. An elderly Halifax
(England) laborer wbo has been out
of work for some time tried to commit suicide by inhaling gas through
a pipe attached to a gns jet In his
house. The meter was of the penny-
in-the-slot kind, and the supply of
gns failed before suffocation was
brought about.
The Relfast (Ireland) Street Tramways Company hnve accepted thi
corporation's offer for tho purchasi
of their undertaking.
William Littlo, a fanner, accidentally shot himself while lifting his
gun to frighten some crows near M«-
ghcre, County Dorry, Ire.
•■-raterr ef the Popular Movrl.
"We are apt to think," snys the Net*
York Evening l'ost, "that the selling of
poor novels by the hundred thousand
is a modern phenomenon in tbe book
trade; but, in fact, it i.s not entirely
new. Iu one of the group of Hawthorne's letters be says: 'Wbnt ls the
mystery of these Innumerable editions
of "Tbo Lamplighter" and otlier books
neither better nor worse'.'—worse they
could not be, nnd better they need not
be when they sell by the hundred
thousand.' The question ls n little pathetic- when we remember that Hawthorne a little before this time bud
spoken of himself ns the least read author in America. It shows, too, that
the mystery of the popular novel was
ns great then as It is today. One could
understand why a thrilling tale of
cheaply concocted adventure might
captivate the multitude, but tbe curious point is that some of the high sellers aro simply dull and respectable.
These things, too, lie ou the knees of
the gods."
When you think you have cured a
cough or cold, but find a dry,
hacking cough remains, there ia
danger.   Take
Shiloh's
Consumption
Cure K,cLun,t
at once. It will strengthen the
lungs and stop the cough.
Prices; S. C. Wells A Co. M8
25c 50c tl.  L«Roy.N.Y„Toronto,CM.
tated and   inflamed   bronchial   tube.
und lungs.
lt relieve, tho coughing, which
would otherwise tear and lacerate
tho tender linings of the air passages, loosens the phlegm, make.
breathing easy, and thoroughly cure.
the cough, as well as tho cold.
The demand for Dr. Chase's Syrup
of Linseed and Turpentine has been
enormous this winter, and the family-
sized bottle is becoming more popular than ever. This is only reasonable, us tho CO-cent bottle contain,
three times as much as the 25-cent
size,
Po not be deceived by Imitations, ,j
for the portrait and signature of Dr.
A. W. Chaso, the famous receipt
book author, are on every bottle of
tho genuine. At all dealers, or Ed-
manson, Bates A Co., Toronto.
CHAMBERLAIN
isw PREFtRtflTIALwciGAR
YmlII   Enjoy Every BitOf It,
MADE BY J.H.RjRTIER LTD. MONTREAL
'.S  BE8T IFRIEMD.
Women suffer all about us with headache, backache, loss of
energy and spirits, Nervous Dyspepsia and many other ailments
which make life almost unbearable. Every woman can be immediately relieved of this suffering if upon the first sign of
■derangement she would take a dose of
'S PILLS
By following the instructions with each box of pills thousands
of women all over thc world havo saved th.;ir lives.
BEECHAM'S PILLS purify thc blood, givo strength and
vigor to the digestive organs, give vim and tone to thc nerves
and put the whole body in a healthy condition. A box of
BEECHAM'S PILLS should always be kept in the house as.
'ike a "stitch in time," they will invariably have the most
beneficial effect and save much future worry and anxiety.
Sold by all Druggists In Canada acj U. G. America.   In boies. 25 cents.
■ ^k^     As the western representative of Jas. Richardson A Sons, aad
Cunndu*Linscud Oil Mills, I am always in the market for eat
lots of grain of every variety, wheat, oats, barley and flax, I will be pleased to write or
wire you quotations at anytime on whatever yoa have to offer. Correspondence solicited
in either English or German. Roquests for information re shipping etc., given Immediate attention,   Reference;— Merchants Bank of Canada.
EDWARD   O'RBIIXT,   WINNIPEG.
A TOUCH OF NATURE.
Fntliftic  Story   or  n   Mother  ot  tha
Labrador Couat.
Writing of tho people of the Labrador coast, in Harper'8 Magazine, Norman Duncan tolls a pathetic utoi'.v of
a pour mother whom be met sitting
with her child outside tho Battle Harbor hospital: *
•••llc'vi* nlways been like that,' sh9
said, 'He's wonderful sick, I've fetch*
ed an out here t' uvt tlu* air. Ho dooa
bolter In the air, v.nr,' nbo added;
'much, much better.'
■"He'll be getting better,' said L
'Here in the bos'—
•• 'He'll die,' she Interrupted quickly,
"I was glad that he was to .die. lt
would be belter for hlm nnd for her.
She would forget his deformity; she
would   forever   have  the   memory  of
bim lying warm upon ber breast;
warm nnd lovely; for, In this, memory
ls kind to women,
" 'You hnve- another?'
" 'No, "•ur; 'tis mo lirst.'
"The child stirred nnd complained.
She lifted him from her lop, rocked
blm, hushed him, drew him close,
rocking him nil the time.
" 'And docs he talk?' 1 nsked.
"She looked up in a glow of prldo j
and answered mo, flushing gloriously, j
while she turned lief shilling eyes once j
more upon the gasping babe upon her
breast:
" 'llo said "mamma," onee!'
"Ami so the Labrador 'llveyero' la |
kill with the wbole wide world/'
Spealctnn ut (train.
In the 1'ultiil states when one spunks
of "com," iiini'..* i.i always meant, lu
England "corn" Is tippllcd tu nil ccn>
nis. especially v.i.eat. lu Scotland
"com" menus oi'.is. Germans use the
word in the Slime sense as the Eng*
Hali. Carlyle. being n Scotchman, in
rM'i:!:n: of U'rodorlek the Qrent allow**
himself to refer frequently to Fred*
crick's "menl carta," when, strictly
speaking, he should bavo said "grain
carta." What the bread of l'rcdorick's
soldiers was made of w;.s wheat nnil
rye, imi "corn" i:i the restricted Scotch
sen;*, in Si'iitii.nd :i "cornfield" Is
onlv a Held of oats. Jamieson remarks
thn: tha term "corn" In northern Lu-
rope is used Iii denote that species of
the grain most In use In any particular
region, Hence lu 8*veden uud leelaud
iho term denotes barley.
Ginger,
If every nmn would put ns much pin*
ger Into his work as it pig puis into
motion when it KcrntPaira its back
ugiilnst n bourd feme, there would be
fewer  failures  In   this  world.
Il.-:llll   ami   Urn ain.
Do you gain youi living by your Intellect'.' Then do not allow your arras
ninl le^*s to grow Stiff, lio you earn
your bread by your picknx? I to not
forget to cultivate your mind uud to
en!ar;;e your thought.
W    IM    *J»    Wo    A\ 3 2
'I
ll
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FRIDAY, JUNK 3rd, 1904.
KUITOUIAI.   CROrPlNUS.
An April dividend was paid by the
Crow's Nest Coal Co. of $2.50 a share,
makiiiK $968,iM7 paid to date. British
Columbia always rewards legitimate
industry.
In four years Boundary mines have
yielded over 2,000,000 tons of ore, valued at over $10,000,000. Figures like
that appeal to reasoning minds,streng-
thening the belief that all B.C. niiniug
is not done in hot air.
New Westminster is laying itself
out for a big celebration on July 23,
whon the new $1,000,000 bridge over
the Fraser is to be opened for lai'road
aud general traffic. If the bridge returns one-half the business expected
from it, the province will have made
a good investment.
The Methodists in recent convention
at New Westminster passed a resolution favoring organic union with the
Presbyterians and Congregationalists
Sufficient resolutions have been passed
by the different bodies demonstrating
their willingness to join hands, and it
is up to them now to prove their sin
ferity by evolving something definite
and practical.
Public interest is being aroused to
the advantages of fruit culture and all
likely plots of land adjacent to the
centres of population in Kootenay are
being taken up, having an increasing
value per acre. Iu the Slocau valley
are yet thousands of acres of land
suitable for fruit raising awaiting set-
tlement,with easy communication and
innumerable natural advantages.
Hon. Mr. Fulton,the new provincial
secretary, was re-elected from the
Kamloops riding, Monday, by accla
niation. To the Liberals the event
was not pleasing, judging from the
noise they are making, one of their
allegations being that the election was
hurried in order to thwart opposition.
Of course it was, and very successful
it was, too. Asamatterof fact,though,
the Liberals are not in shape to conduct a successful campaign anywhere.
There promises to be a great deal of
railroad building done this year in
British Columbia.   Jim   Hill of the
Great Northern has taken the initiative, and it  may lie expected the C.P.
R. will not be far behind in activity.
Hill has already commenced on four
short branches, each of which will cut
into the Canadian road's revenue-producing territory.   No. 1  is a branch
through Fernie to Coal Creek, to tap
the coal mines; No. 2 is the Phoenix
road to tlie Granby mines; No. 3 will
connect with the Grand Forks smelter;
and  No. 4 heads for Midway.   The
latter road irritates the C.P.R., ns it is
part of the system known as the Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern, destined
to penetrate the   rich   Himilkiimeeii
country,  thence   to   the Chilliwhnck
valley and on to the coast.   In order
to check the scheme or, at least, to
corral the major portion of the trude
expected to arise from that section,the
Canadian road is moving to build its
long-projected branch from the Boundary over the mountains to Hope, on
its main line,a move it would uot have
made unless urged on by strong competition.    Other   blanches   ure  also
contemplated  in the Boundary.   In
the far north  there is the assurance
thut the Grand Trunk will commence
its transcontinental line at the Pacific
end simultaneously with  tbe eastern
sections.   All these roads will entail
the expenditure of vast sums of money,
providing employment for ull the surplus labor in the country, aud resulting in genernl  prosperity to business
circles.     The   conflict   between   the
Great Northern aud Canudian Pacific
interests is particularly giatifying,Hi,d
the province will be tbo gainer.
DRILL   POINTS.
Nanaimo had a $75,0000 fire during
the week.
During April the Ymir made profits
of $1*450.
Mrs. Bryant and family removed to
Nelson last week.
Nelson has raised over $1000 for its
Dominion day celebration.
D.McCuaig is applying for a license
for a hotel in Three Forks.
Alfred Garvin had his residence destroyed by fire at Ymir, Suuday.
Ymir has a new paper called the
Herald.   H. Kearns is manager.
Last month the C.P.R. sold 51,552
acres of land, valued at $203,993.
B. C. riflemen will hold their annual
moet at Victoria on the 27th and 28th.
Work commenced Monday on the
Great Northern extension to Phoenix.
Express money orders are payable
everywhere. They are cheapest and
safest.
The surface of the lake is covered
with sawdust, proving disastrous to
the fish.
Joe Hameliu returned on Monday
from visiting frieuds in Quebec and
New York.
The license commissioners of the
Slocan district meet nt New Denver
on the 15th.
John Houston was last week committed for trial for criminally libelling
John Elliot.
H. W. C. Jackson's talk anent the
Nelson Tribune and a new daily hus
ended in air.
No. 7 carload of shingles from the
local mill was sent out on Tuesday, to
Dunnville, Ont.
Leo Doiron has been appointed ad
ministrator of the estate of his late
brother, Joseph.
Regular statutory meeting of the
license commissioners will be held ou
Wednesday next.
Dick Butner passed through Mon
day for Sandon, but will ultimately
locate in Fort Macleod.
C.P.R. passenger receipts from the
Slocan country are fifty per ceut less
than they were two years ago.
The grand lodgo of the I.O.O.F. of
the province will meet in Rossland
next Wednesday and Thursday.
Harry Grose and Charley Street
were burned out on their ranch some
days ngo, losing everything they had,
A couple of Colville Indians were
here Friday with a small band of
horses for sale.   They sold n couple.
Andy Provost has purchased from
W. E. Boie a lot adjoining the Foley
property iu Brandon, and lias feuced
it in.
G. Erickson,  formerly roadniaster
on the Crow's Nest railway, has been
appointed superintendent of thnt di
vision.
On Tuesday Shatford & Co. sent
five tons of supplies to VV. Koch, at
Ten Mile, and the O. S. Lumber Co.,
at Roseliery.
J. S. Lawrence, Nelson, traiumaster,
has beeu appointed superintendent of
the Kootenay divisiou of the C.P.R.,
vice F. Busteed.
D. Wadds, photographer, of Nelson,
spcut several days in town this week,
shooting phys'gs. He gathered in a
number of shekels.
Supt. Busteed, of the Kootenay di
vision, has been appointed assistant
chief engineer of the C.P.R., with his
headquarters at Winnipeg.
The three eldest daughters of Mrs.
Mason arrived on Friday from St.
Louis, where they had lieen residing
for some years with their grandmother.
The seventh annual session of the
American mining congress will convene in the citv of Portland. Ore., on
August 22. and will continue thero
after till the 27th.
Nelson and  Victoria people nre or
gaiiizing the Flathead valley Oil Development Co., with a capital of $250,
000.   They hold close to ten thousand
acres of oil lands.
Rev. Mr. Scott returned here Saturday from conference, preaching his
farewell next day. He has been packing up this week, preparatory to removing to Michel.
The chief engineer utul captain of
one of the C.P.R.'s Kixitenay lake
Ixiats hail n narrow i escape from
drowning last Thursday evening, having bt*'ii in tlie water, hanging to a
log and small bout IJ hours when
rescued.
The Drill will print you, on short
notice and in anv amount, shipping
tags, billheads, stiitements.letterheads,
noteheuds, memos, receipts, envelopes,
visiting cards, business curds, bills of
fare, dodgers, posters, etc., etc. Will
meet any quality or price.
The firm name of W. T. Shatford &
Co. is the oldest in Slocan. This firm,
from the time it first opened its doors
for business, has carried the very largest stock, and the volume of business
done through gixxl and bad times
speaks for the quality and price of the
goods carried. An extremely large
business in groceries is done with the
mines. Hotel and family trade is also
well lixiked after.
McCune, W. G. Ross, F. B. Maltrys,
R. Forget, Wm. Hanson aud C. E. L.
Porteous. Manager Garde was present and presented a very cheering report of the condition and outlook of
the mine. It was decided to issue
bonds to the value of $90,000, to -Wipe
off present indebtedness and to further development. Of the amount required $20,000 was raised at the meeting. 	
More Railroad Building.
Vice President Whyte has announced that the Canadiau Pacific Railway
will build from Yahk, on the Crow's
Nest line, to the American boundary.
He said the C.P.R* would not build
to either Seattle or Spokane, but that
Washington companies will build from
those towns to connect with the Canadiau load. The importance of the announcement lies in the fact that this
is the first time the company has officially admitted its intentions to enter
the state of Washington.
Timber Notice.
NOTICE is hereby Riven that thirty days after
date I intend to apply tothe Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works, at Victoria, for a
special license to cut and carry awny timber
from the following described lands, situated on
Robertson creek, West Kootenay district: Commencing nt ti post planted about ten chains
south of the south-east corner of Geo. Lurcher's
pre-emption, running thence 80 chains north;
theuce 80chains east: thei ce 80 chains south:
thence 80 chains west, to point of commencement,
FRANK PURVIANCK
Dated May llth, 1004.
Timber Notice.
"V"OTICE is hereby (iren that thirty days after
ll date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner ef Lands A Works.at Victoria,for two
special licenses to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lauds, situated oa
Robertson creek, West Kootenay district:—
First Location.
Commencing at a post, about one mile north
of George Lurcher's pre-emption, thence 80
chains west; thence 80 chains south; thence 80
chains east; thence 80 chains north, to point of
commencement.
Second I.oi-ntlen.
Commencing at a post, about two miles north
of Geo. Lurcher's pre-emption, thence 80chains
west; thence 80 chains south; thence 80 chains
east; thence 80 chains north, to point of commencement.
CHAS. RIEDLINGER
Dated May Uth, ISO!.
••• inc..
ROYAL HOTEL,
Mrs. A. Mason, Prop.
If you want a touch of
home life, come along,
Ikivs. The liest table
iu town; nice laige,airy
.bedrooms. Special rates
to steady boarders. . .
The bast sample rooms
iu town.    '.     ....
Arthur Street, Slocan
:lTMti uta.ir-rj •nfcirfa
NOTICE.
'Y'OTICE is hereby giyen that the niidermen-
11    tioned persons huve mnde application, under the provisions of the Liquor License Act,
for renewal ut lintel  licenses at the places set
opposite their respective names:—
George Aylwin,Enterprise Hotel,Enterprise,
John   McKinnon,   Busin   Hotel,  Arlington
linsin.
A nieeting of the Board of License Commissioners of the Slocnn  License District will be held,
to consider  such   applications, nt   the  Court
House. New Denver, on  Wednesday, the lath
day of June, Wo*, ut the hour of 11 o'clock in the
forenoon.
JOHN T. HLACK,
Chief License Inspector
Provincial Police Office, New Denver, B.C,
June 1,1904.
Certificate of Improvements
Black lleniity and Wlilte Iteautjr Mineral
Claims.
Situate in the Blocan City Mining Division of the West Kootenay Diitrict
Where located :—Atthe head of Mineral creek and Lucky George creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. I). McGregor, acting as afjent (or J. J. Mulhall, F.M.C. No. BM93'2; S. S. Pranter.
F.M.C. No. 1558il0»; J. J. Banlield, F.
M.C. No B58947; Erlo Lemleur, F. M.
C. No. BUOOT'.t, and J. M. McGregor.
Free Miner's Certiflcate No. B60098,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
U) apply t tnt mining recorder for certificate! ol improvement, for the purpose ol ohtaining Crown grants of the
ahove Haitiis.
And fiirt 1 ior take notice that action,
under section 37, must lit commenced
hefore the issuance o( such certificates ol
Improvement
Dated thii 20th dav of Mav, 1001.
27-5-04 W. I). MCGREGOR
naieball Challenge.
The scrub baseball players of the
city hereby challenge the regular
team to n match game, to take place
on Sundav afternoon next, at two
o'clock. The Scrubs
Slocan, Juue 1,1904.
MIMING   BKCOHD8.
Appended is a complete list of the var
ioue records registered at the local registry office, H. P. Christie being mining
recorder: ,
ABSBSSMRKTS.
May 19—Sidelight.
20—Neepawa.
25—St Lawrence, Dalhousie, Argentite
fraction.
26—Kimberley.
TKANBFRRB.
May 20—Bonnie Doon, publisher's affidavit.™ delinquent owners.
Southern Chief 0-16, R A Bradshaw to
James B loUy.
26—Notice by registrar of county court
of letters of administration being issued,
appointing Leo Doiron administrator of
estate of Joseph Doiron.
Annual Meeting or Payne.
The Payne Mining Oo. held  thoir
annual meeting iii Montreal hist week, I
when tho following officer! were elect- J
ed: President, Lieut.-Oil. Hensbnw;
vice, Hon. Mr. Forget;director.**, AW.
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To Anna Farini, or to any penes or
I lemons to whom sho may have transferred her interest in the Coronation
and Memphis mineral claims, situnted
on Twelve Mile creek, and recorded in
the Recorder's ofliee for tht Slocan
City mining division.
You are herehy notified that wc,
James Smith, F.M.C. No. B69905, and
Charles Brand, F.M.C. No. B60087, ha?e
caused to he expended tht sum of lour
hundred and ten dollars iu lahor
nnd improvements on tht abort mentioned mineral claims, in order to
hold said claims under tha provisions of
Ihe Minernl Act; and if within UO days
from tht dute of this notice you fail, or
refuse, to contribute your proportion of
such expenditure,together with all costs
of advertising, your interest in laid
claims will become the property tf tht
subscribers, under section 4 of an Act
entitled "Aa Act to amend tht Mineral
Act, 1000."
Dated at Slocan, B.C.. this |*Hh Hay of
Mnv, A.D. 1904.       JAMES SMITH
2CWM CHARLES BRAND
NOTICE.
'PAKE notice thnt It ia my intention, at the aial pi ration of ,ixtj dnys from the date hereof,
to npply to the Hon. the Chief Commiisioner of
Lnnds 4 Works for permission to purchase the
following described lnnd, Til.: Commencing nt
a post plneted oa the west shore ef Slocan lake,
aad situated about 100 feet north of the mouth
of Kvnns creek aad marked "John Currie's N.K.
Corner," tlience west .20 chains; thence eouth 20
chuins. crossing Kvnns creek; thence east 20
chains; thonce north following the west shore
of Slocau lnke 20 chains, more or less, to point
of commencement,  and containing 10 acres,
more or less. 	
JOHN CUHRIE per F. W. LAIXO, Agent
Nelsou, B.C.. April 23rd. 1W«. *»_
ITgeneral npim
SLOCAN, BC.
Med. Supt., J. P. CADE, M.D.
RATKS: Regular suhseribers.il per month
or $10 a year: non-subscribers (exclusive of
medical attendance).$2 per day. Private wnrds
$1 per dny extra. Special facilities for mutern
ity cuses.
For further particulars apply to.
D. B. O'Neail, Sec
f    I.10UTED BY nKATED BY
ELECTRICITY. HOT AIR.
The Queen's
Hotel     **
E. C. CLARKE, PROPRIETOR
KATRS:    S3.00 PKR  DAT
First-class Dining Room
Large and Comfortable  Bedrooms
Sam pie rooms (or Commercial Men
Nelson, B. C.
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H. D. Curtis
Financial Agent
Accountant & Auditor
Notary Public
Fire and Accident
Insurance
Abstracts of Hineral
Claims.
B.C
i
SLOCAN,
Slocan
Bakery^.
J. Pinchbeck, Proprietor
Fresh Fruits of Every !
Kind Arriving   Daily. j
A full stock of the best
lino** of rival's and tobaccos always kept on haud.
fl L.flTaa.f rtreaai far SI.
full Weight and IJaallty
(aaarantreil.
Slocan, B. C.
3C««<'«*C<<<««<!*Mi<*»5«J««*<P
Nyal's
Digestive
Tonic
IS A BRACER
It promotes digestion,
improves the appetite,
and gives torn; and energy to the whole system.
For sale by -
J.  A. ANDERSON
DRUGGIST * HI ATIONKR,
SLOCAN, B.C.
Certificate of tynmutL
Black Prlaee * Clipper Mineral CUIaee.
Situatt in the Slocan  City Minim Division  ol  West  Kootenay   District.
Where  located:—Black Prince  on
noith fork ol Lemon crtek; Clipper,
on south fork ol Lemon crtek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Ernest Harrop,
free miner's certificate No B58458;and
actios as agent for Robert C. Andrews,
free  miner's certificate1 No. B71611, intend, sixty davs from the date hereof,
toapplyto the Mining Recorder or certificates of improvements.for tht purpose
of obtaining Crown Grants of tbe above
claims. ,    ...
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must lie commenced
before the issuance ofsuch certificates of
improvements.
Ditedthis 1st day of April, 1904.
g.4.04 ERNEST HARROP
SteelRangcs
for $18.25.
Why be without a ranet ^
you can get one so cheap? Thj*
are preferrable to stores and _Vt
better satisfaction. These ran™
burn wood or coal and will bi
set up free.
H.J.
TINSMITH   AND  PLUMBE
HON** |
COLIN J. CAMPBELL,
Licensed Provincial Assayer,
NEW  DENVER, B.C.
All Saannlei Rtcelvc Prompt Attention. Katoii oa Apnlti etlna,
AiiBampi**. ajP#olftl9tfotoUo«s to Mlaet ana Mills. '        **"'
WILSON HOUSE,
5L0CAN, B. C.
Is reached by any trail «r road
that run* into the Town.
Do not go  past  its  door when
you are dry, weary or hungry,
A. E. TEETER,
Proprietor.
>********* .********i
$250
Will buy a comfortable
Cottage and two corner lots in New Denver. House contains
four large rooms, hall
and wardrobe. For f
other particUlarswrite I
DRAWER 54, SLOCAN. j
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