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THE SLOCAN DRILL.
No. H.
Fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods
\ye huvo in stock a full and complete assortment of fishing tackle,
■■...lulling all kinds of Hips, hooks, spoons, reels, nets, poles, baskets,
,,,",, Everything you may want for tt day's outing on stream or lake.
\Ye handle all kinds of supplies for tennis, baseball, football, or any
(l(lJl., sport,   Flags, bunting and fireworks for the celebi*Tov. Ltittrarv
BLOCAN,   B.   C,   JULY   1,    1004.
t2.00 PER ANNUM.
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.
FOR A LOCAL SMELTER
■OR. SIISSMAN INSPECTING THE SLOCAN MINES.
Would I*„y New York Quolatlong for SII-
ferauil Mail, with no Zinc P nnltlea
.imtl  1 (JS n**-Ch»'B«'« <*■*   •&
per Ton Ti'emuivtn.
SLOCAN
JOB
PRINTING
E   A FIRST-CLASS STOCK.   .   .   ^1
^   HIGH GRADE WORK 3
S^    REASONABLE PRICES.    .    .   =3
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OFFICE
M
LINQTON HOTEL,
J. W. Crow,  Proprietor.
Xi! !>* Hotel ia one of I'm- besj known and most, popular houses
ji in tin* country. It i* local.tl adjacent to tin* depot and tbo
wharf, and commands a magnificent view <>f thobtwHW.il
S'rMi lnko. Oiwl fffliiiig is io be found close al hand, while
evi rv facility is offered fur boating.
Tourists will (ind the Ailiugtoq and ideal resting place.
Commercial men have at theircommand new and commodious
sample moms.
The dining room ip strictly .up todateaud the Uir supplied
wilh only the beat bninds of goods.
HUN STREET,
SLOCAN, B. C.
SUGAR
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For the next week only
we will sell Sugar at
$655  St
avid  Arnot,  Slocan.
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Nothing delights tlm
oyo more than n fine
Biting, ui> l<> date,
stylish .suit of clothes
A new .selection of fine
Grey & Black Worsteds
of the latest designs
just   boen received.
fc*J Cleaning;, Pressing and Repairing
P.*
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doiie on the shortest notice.
All our work is guaranteed)
or money refunded. Weoan
meel any purse.
H. A. CLEVE,
Main Street, Slocan, B.C.,
Stores  Next door to PoBtoffiee.
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Much talk has from time to time
agitated Slocan min ing circles respecting works to be erected near at hand,
to treat the ores of the camp on nu
economical and profitable bads. Concentrators were lirst installed, being
from time to time remodelled or abandoned. Then came schemes for the
treatment of one ores, plants being
successfully established in connection
with the Payne, Ivanhoe and Sloean
Star mills. Still later came the announcement of a more ambitious zinc
enrichment project for Rosebery by
the Monitor people, who are to commence construction this month. It is
believed tliis may eventuate iu zinc
and lead smelting works of large proportions. Ou top of these schemes
came the intimation that the Sullivan
people would complete their smelter
at Marysville, and enter the Slocan
market for wet and dry ores.
But, of still greater import tothe
camp is the fact that a German syndicate purpose erecting a .smelting
plant in one of the Sloean towns, yet
to be announced, for the treatment of
the ores of the various sections of both
mining divisions. Phil Hickey, manager of the Ivanhoe, was here last
week, and to The Drill man stated
he had had Dr. Sustmau, the well
known metallurgist,up at his mini.1 for
two days making a careful examination of the ore bodies and taking
samples. The doctor is similarly examining all the mines of lhe eamp.
Mr. Hickey stated tbe doctor's visit
was for the purpose of sizing up the
camp's tonnage, with a view to'estab-
1 ihing Uie   works  mentioned.   Tie]
men backing the venture ar i engaged |
in the metallurgical  business in Eur- j
ope, but   have not  as yet eat ibliahed
themselves in this country. Thev litei I
;.i take the zinc-lend ore, direct from!
the mines and treat theni at th"ir own j
smelter, p.tying the minoowner New
York Quotations for silver nnd load
and inflicting no penalty for zinc. The'
company, however, would rotaiu all|
zinc values as their own, to dispose ol!
lor themselves.   As New York quota- j
tions have  never been  obtained here
for lead, the advantage to the camp
would be simply immense.   In addition to all this, Dr. Sussmiu informed i
Mr.   Hickey   that   the   freight   and
treatment charges on  the ores wonld |
b • in the neighborhood of •*>) per ton
another huge Leuefit.
Of   course, it   l.iuaii.s   to be seen
whether or uot this new project materializes, but at any rata it would seem
that the day of small things, so far as
the local smelters are concerned, is
about over.   Spirited competition  by
numerous  smelters    and   enhanced
prices shoulil assist that lead bounty
to stir up things in the Sloean.
('lurk on ll.inpitiiU.
Last week's Gazette contained a
lengthy notice respecting the payment
of provincial monies to hospitals. In
addition to any register kept by the
hospitals, it shall be the duty of the
matron, or the nurse in charge.to keep
u register of all patients admitted to
and staying in the hospital from day
to day; and such register, which shall
show'the name, date of admission.and
disease for which each patient is
treated, shall be certified to by the
matron or nurse, at the end of each
month. Hospitals are roquired to admit and ear,1 tor all cases of contagious disease, other than smallpox.
Improving; tha* Telegraph,
On Friday a construction gang of
lo men, accompanied by a Chinese
cook, arrived over from the Arrow
lakes aud pitched their tents at the
foot of Arthur street. They are here
for the purpose of improving the Cl'.
tt. telegraph system along Slocnn lake
by placing the wires on poles instead
of trees. From the depot the poles
follow Lake avenue to the bluffs and
thenee skirt the lake shore. The first
few miles is very rough work, owing
to the big blulls. The task will take
about a month.
near the Arlington sawmill camp, and
upon which an encouraging striko was
made last week. They have a substantial six inches of ore, which gives
paying returns. Tho ledge is 20 feet
wide and runs straight up the hill.not
cutting across tho formation as others
do in the vicinity. More work will be
done on the find.
CITY COUNCIL.
Short ami Unimportant. Mooting Held on
Monday Evening.
After a week's holiday the city council gathered again for business Monday night, those present being Mayor
McNeish, Aid. Smith, Madden, Teeter
ami Henderson,
Communications read: From Chief
Allen of the fire brigade, stating that
the ladders of the lire brigade were
in an unserviceable condition. Filed
and the chief instructed to make the
necessary repairs.
Bills presented: H. D. Curtis, services as assessor, $75; Laud Registry
Ollice, Nelson.for searching records for
tax sale, ,*5. Latter ordered paid,and
also $25 on former account, balance to
stand over for a while.
Council adjourned.
A Twelve Mil,. Bonanza.
The strike made by Ralph Gillette
and his partner ou the Colorado, on
Twelve Mile, is turning out overy bit
as good as expected, and is by long
odds the liest thing on the creek.
They have drifted in 30 feet on the
ore body, which runs from 16 to 30
inches in width. One small streak is
mostly gray copper and assays 1300
oz in silver. No ore is being broken
other than that in drifting, yet the
Owners hope soon to ship a carload,
from which it is expected the smelter
returns will be above 4 K) oz. When
the carload is oompleti d. another drift
will bs started lower down the hill.
giving plenty of room for stoping.
The workings nre running into a Steep
side hill and tbe ore ni.*t with is not a
mere surface blowout.
Holler NeW« From I.v 11.it.
Du;ing thr* mouth of May thoro was
shipped from the Le Roi mine to the
Northport smelter 6228 tons of mixed
ore, to mix up with silicious ores already at Northport smelter. It con-
nine 1 2612 oz of gold, 3600 oz of silver, and 172,800 pounds of copper.
Estimated profit on this ore, after dj-
dncting all expenses, $7760. Expended on development during the month
$4503.
Ulg Strike on tht> St. Kngeue.
An imposing and important strike
of ore was made at the St. Eugene, at
Moyie, last week, the ixxly carrying
higher value in silver than anything
yel struck in the mine. This was first
encountered in making an upraise
from the No. 1 tunnel, the lowest tunnel on the St. Eugene, 1000 feet in
and 1000 feet below the surface. The
ore body l§ It feet wide, of solid shipping galena.
Leaae on the Edlion.
C. B. Taylor, Chas. Barlier and Joe
Law this week secured a lease on the
Edisou, adjoining the Neepawa, on
Ten Mile. It is owned by Messrs.
Shannon, McOillivray and Jacobsou,
of New Denver.whowill now have two
leases working on their Neepawa
group. The oro of the Edison is high
grade aud requires but little sorting.
The new lessees commence their labors next week.
tit Hi* <l iili Scores.
On Saturday last the local club held
Iheir regular practice shoot, making
the following scores:
200 BOO 600 Total
0. Nichol    28   27   23      73
D. McVannel    21   29   20      70
F. Dick     2<5   21   19       89
Dr. Cade    27   23   151      61)
H. I). Curtis     17   16   10      43
C. Lindow     15   13   13      41
Making Money Fait.
J. Tinling and ,1. Wafer are mak
money fast on the Club and are hi
ly elated in consequence.   Thoy h
bouti working OD ore since comm''
ing development, the chute lie
drifted on Irom the surface, and
ore broken is being'daily sorted j
sucked. A largo and beautiful pi
of the ore was  brought down by
boys on Saturday evening and it m
the old timers talk a bit.
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the
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ece
Ihe;
iide
Thr MeKlnnmi Strike,
Jack McKinnon and M. Oillis have
prospective shipper in tbelr fraction.
Silver Quotation*.
Following are the quotations for bar
silver on the various days during the
week since last issue:
Thursdav    56j cents
Friday..    BM   "
Saturday    Wi   "
Mondav     561    "
Tuesday    r»6g   "
Wednesday     56J    "
llitskctliiill Miitil'.t -.
Two basketball matches were held
in the rink Friday evening, beforo a
large crowd, and judging by tho noise
the tournament was a success. In the
ladies' game, the Blacks defeated the
Whites by a score of 6 to 4. The
married men then walloped llu* aspiring bachelors 4 to 2. The doctor was
not neededa
New HhnllloHl the Clmplmu.
A new shuffle has taken place at
theChapleau and the  property will
resume operations probably next week
with a full force. P. Stock, holder of
the lease, has turned it over to Nelson
parties, with the consent of the creditors. Returns from the ore milled
will go to pay running expenses.while
the profits will apply on the liabilities.
CLOSING CKKF.MONIK8.
Fnblle School Kntertalnment Friday »
Pleaiant Affair.
On Friday afternoon were held the
closing ceremonies at the public
school, previous to ndjourning for the
midsummer vacation. The exercises
took place in Principal Hindle's room,
which had been chnrmingly decorated
with flowers, plants.and shrubbery for
the occasion. More citizens attended
than nt anv similar function in the
history of the school, while tho exercises themselves were uniformly successful.
Illustrations of class work were
given, revealing to the parents the
systematic manner of the staff in imparting knowledge to the children. A
pleasing programme of singing, readings, recitations and dialogues followed, those participating being: Wesley
Gething, Nellie Terry, Daisy McCallum, Wesley Baty, Effie McVicar, C.
Tipping, Harris Ross, Wonetta Tipping, E. Graham, F. Tutcher, C. McCallum, Alma Baty, Lizzie Rae, E.
Tipping, Josephine Mason.
The average attendance during the
past term increased to about 55, and
the record of the various classes in the
school was also lietter.
TIMKLY   WO lilts.
Editor Drill:
Sir, Tho inspector's annual report
re Slocan public school, published
some time ago in The Drill, was one
of which auy school might be proud
few schools iu B.C. received as good a
one. Tho trustee board and the general public have shown a firm resolution to support and encourage the
principal iu the performance of his
duties. The closing exercises of the
school have lieen the most successful
and largely attended in its history.
Yet, I close the year's work with feelings bordering on despair, with a conviction that under all this apparent
success there lies hopeless and irretrievable failure, unless something can
be done to offset the evil influences
that have, to a largo extent, nullified
my work during the past six months.
Night after night, as I sat correcting exercises, or planning how best to
present the lessons of the coming day,
there have come to my ears, through
closed doors, theuuearthly screams of
the future men and women whom I
was preparing myself to instruct on
the morrow this, too, at hours when
the children in any well regulated
boms are, or should lx>, in bed. Day
after day I have fouud many times a
majority of the school pupils unable
to do justice to their school work, for
the simple reason that their physical
and mental powers had been exhausted in the exciting, and, in some cases,
unseettily.scenes of the previous night.
The children are not ouly destroying
their health iu this way. "but are contracting habits that will forever debar
them from holding positions of trust
and responsibility.
It is universally admitted that children must be allowed time for play
and occasionally, sav once a week, a
night out; but it is also recognized by
all persons of judgment that a limit
should Ik* set, and that even in play
conduct should In: somewhat becoming.
There is a time when female pupils
are school girls, and when their chief
concern should lie to advance in their
studies. Later, they become .young
ladies, whose whole time and attention are devoted to the choosing of, or
of being chosen by, a life-partner.
Now, when a vouug lady has arrived
at this Stage, lier parents make a mistake in sending her to tlie public
school.   Books to bo mastered require
all her time; Iwnux require not only
her time but her heart and soul. In
a case of liooks vs lienux, beaux win
out every time.
Geo. Hindle, B.A.
Slocan, June 25.
Will not be IMiallowed.
The dominion government has decided not to disallow the act, passed
bv the B. C. legislature last session,
securing certain settlers within the
Island railway belt surface and under
the surfaoe rights. The Esquimalt &
Nanaimo railway applied for disallowance, on the ground that the act
interfered with the company's rights
in the lands conveyed to it by the dominion government. In the opinion
of the minister of justice, it was within the power of the province to pass
the net. The legislature has undertaken to assert the claims of settlers
by paying the cost of litigation.
Fully 1000 men are now employed
on railway construction in the Boundary,
OUR   ORE  SHIPMENTS
8CB9TANTIAI.   SHOWING   MADE   BY
THIS   DIVISION.
Last Year's Hhlpmentu Were 1339 Tont—
A Ueulthy Evidence or the 1.1 fa and
Wealth or the Camp-KaterprUe the
Biggest Shipper.
It seemed like the good old days
that hnve l>een this weok in shipping
circles, ore shipments having taken a
big jump. No less than 126 tons of
ore was sent out, three cars each from
the Enterprise and Ottawa. Ore from
the former was consigned to Trail,
part of it coming from the new surface
strike on the'property. The Ottawa
ore nil weut to Nelson, two of the cars
iieing in bulk, in which shape future
shipments will be made. Iu the future the output of the miue will be
heavy and continuous. Next week
the Alberta aud Port Hope people expect to move their shipments. To
date the output of the division is 831
tons, being one third greater thau
last year's figures for the same time.
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:
MINR. WRKK. TOTAL
400
307
Enterprise       00
Ottawa      60
Neepawa	
l'ort Ho,pe	
Republic	
Black Prince	
Sapphire	
Argentite	
Black Fel	
Chapleau	
126
12
32
3&
2
5
2
3
834
MINKS   AND   HIKING.
Sandon mines last week handled 181
tons of ore.
Seventy meu are on the payroll of
the Slocan Star.
The L H, on Eight Mile, will be
developed this suuuuer.
Mining men are expecting silver te
rise to the 60 cent figure.
Slocan mines hnve this year shipped
upwards of 7500 tons of ore.
Rossland mines have shipped 177,-
628 tons of oro so far this year.
For the year to date Boundary
mines hnve shipped 396,461 tons of
ore.
Net receipts of ore shipped from the
Le Boi No. 2 amounted to $14,990 in
May.
Mike Kerlin has bonded the Mascot
claim, nt Sandon, to a local svndicate
for $25,000.
Operations have lieen resumed on
the Moilie Hughes and the Capella, at
New Denver.
The contract for tho lumber for the
Rosebery zinc works is in the hands
of the O. S. Co.
Knslo has a new excitement. Gold
and galena have been found ou True
Blue mountain.
Operations have been resumed al
the Velvet, Rossland, after being closed down a year.
A packtraiu went oot Tuesday to
bring down the ore from the Alberta..
There is 15 tons of it to ship.
The Greenwood smelter has met
with success with its new plant for
converting its matte into blister copper.
Bad air is impeding the work at the
Myrtle. Eigbteeu feet yet remains to
be driven on the raise to connect with
the shaft.
After lx*ititf idle for a number of
years the Great W'estern.in McGuigan
basin, has started up. It is owned by
Vancouver parties.
The Chapleau mill is running two
short shifts a week, cleaning up the
ore being mined. The three men are
making their wages.
Pennsylvania parties have met the
last payment on the Ixmd of the
Lucky Boy group, near Trout Lake,
paying .123,000 in all.
Yankee Surveyor* Net Wanted.
Judge Winchester, under the provision of the alien labor act, has recommended to the Ottawa government
the deportation of certain employees
engaged on the surveys of the Grand
Trunk Pacific. These surveyors are
now returning to the United States.
Abiorb Ciiniuliiiti Northern.
In railway circles the report is current that the Canadian Northern railway has beeu purchased by the Grand
Trunk Pacific. Wm. Mackenzie, of
the former road, is in the Old Country
and he is credited with having arranged the transfer.
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Her Name
By LILIAN C. PASCHAL
...Copyright, HXX1, by T. C. McClu.e...
"Oh, I beg your pardon!" she gasped
as tho car, jerking over new sinuosities
of track perpetrated by the repairs,
threw her bodily like n luscious wind-
fallen peach Into the lap of a young
mnn who was buried In the day's
newspaper.
He looked np amusedly ns she g.ith-
ered herself from Ills saving embrace
nnd the total wreck of his paper; then
he arose hastily.
"Take my seat," lie said courteously,
with hat nllft nnd the faintest twinkle
ln his eyes. "You will tind It more
eonifortsible-if I don't."
The ambiguous words sounded ungracious to the girl's first confused
tbought, and s' j hesitated, Bnt one
glance into the frankly admiring eyes
nnd another repair serpentine decided
her. She sank with more haste than
grace into the proffered sent, while her
preserver stooped to recover her
dropped purse, hnndkerchlef and other
■cattered properties.
Sho rewarded hlm with smiling
thanks, then turned her anxious attention to tho moving panorama of rain
deluged streets outside. The problem
ln economics as to how she should
reach her home, two long cross town
blocks from the car line, Innocent ns
she was of umbrella or rubbers, began
to absorb her mind.
She only vouchsafed one brilliant,
perplexed glance upward at tho fellow
passenger who for her sweet sake was
submitting himself to tho modern Inquisition of "banging by a strap till
dead."
But ln that Instant of wireless telegraphy he perceived hor thought nnd
resolved accordingly. So he rode on
past bis club block nfter block till his
fair vls-a-vls, having made up her
mind to run If not for her own life for
that of her new laco lint, signaled tho
conductor nnd got off tho enr.
Grasping the voluminous fluffery of
her silken skirts ln both hands, she
poised for flight, when a deep voice addressed her ln nn extremely respectful
tone:
"We seem to be going tho same way,
and you hnve no umbrella. Won't yoo
share mine?"
Fragments of Maria's elder sisterly
counsels regarding strict propriety
floated through her mind ns sho hesitated. But the mnn was evidently a
gentleman, and besides there was the
pouring ruin, und her new hat would
bo mined, not to mention this her very
first long gown. ,
She put her little hand on bis offered
arm as trustingly as the child she was,
und they set forth.
In tbat short walk ho made himself
deferentially agreeable, nnd she, who
had been shut ln from nil contaminating mnlo society by n careful sister of
forty, her only guardian, entered Ir.to
this blgbly improper escapade with all
the guilty Joy of a young filly Just broken out of Its stall Into forbidden pastures.
She wns so naive, yet daringly winsome, her soft, long lashed grny eyes
wero so Innocent, yet so mischievous,
that it was small wonder that staid
Mr. Harry Bewley, secretary to a highly respectable millionaire downtown,
promptly lost his big, impulsive, Irish*
Americnn heart nnd, what was worse.
his handsome bend.
For ns they ascended the brownstone
steps of tho old mansion nnd he realized thnt he might never see her again
in this great wilderness of New York
he rashly begged her to let him cull
and cnll some time soon.
The girl was frightened at what ehe
hnd drawn upon herself. Ills brown
eyes were desperntely pleading ns he
closed tho umbrella nnd stood beside
her under the columned shelter of the
ontrnnce wny.
"Oh. plense go nwny," she Implored
him, glnnclng apprehensively about
and hurriedly fitting her key to tho
lock. "Some one, perhaps Sister Maria.
might see you."
"Not till you tell mo when I may see
you again. I must. Life will never be
the same ngnln. Here," he hastily
thrust a card into her hand nnd held it
tliere, "I nm with Bronsoii & Co., Canal street. Any one there can tell you
thnt I nm not an adventurer nor"—
"Very well," she Interrupted in terror, hearing steps Inside. "Come next
Wednesday evening. Ask for Miss An*
ollno Dwlght."
Sho opened tho door and was gone
from his eager sight.
During the next week Mr. Harry
Bewloy's days and nights were a ferment of flitting, grny eyed visions In
blue flounces and adorable lace lints.
Anollno! What n beautiful nnme It
wns! •
When Wednesday evening came nt
Inst he made a dart for the door of
the office promptly nt 0, something
ho hnd never dono before nnd which
nstonlshed his employer beyond measure. Thnt wenltby gentleman hnd laid
the foundation of his millions by walking to save enr fnre nud ndded to tliem
by underpaying and overworking all
the rien In his employ.
B.. tonight his secretary slipped out
nnd nwny from the usual hour's work
overtime nnd hurried to bis club, where
be spent fifteen hasty minutes at hla
dinner and an hour nnd tliroo-ipinivri
at bis toilet.
Appareled nt Inst to suit his fastidious taste, be sallied forth to a Mi 1
lson avenue enr. Arriving at Hie house
whose fair dweller hud bnnuted hli
dreams, he rang tbe bell nnd waited,
with his henrt thnmplng so loud under
bis stiff dress shirt that he wondered
It sbe could hear lt In thnt second flOOI
front room she had told hlm was hers
and which he bad watched every evening for a week In hope of seeing even
her shadow.
The door was opened by n trim maid.
"Is—ls Miss Anolino Dwight nt
hnme?" he stammered ln his excitement, fumbling in bis cardcase.
The maid stared and then giggled,
but in n.moment straightened her deportment to its usual dignity.
"Yes, sir; 1 guess she's downstairs,"
she remarked; then glancing doubtfully nt the bit of pnstboard, "Shall I
take this to 'er?" And the giggle
threatened to break bounds again.
"Certainly," responded Mr. Bewley
In his most lofty manner, though he
reddened visibly. What the deuce ailed
the girl? he wondered. Probably Miss
Dwlght wns nt dinner. He hoped he
hnd not come too enrly. He anxiously consulted his wateh. Nine o'clock
was not so late. A burst of laughter
from below, whither tho servant had
repaired, startled his embarrassment
anew, and the words "Hug bnt, too,"
flonted up to hlm.
When she came bnck BliO wns nt no
pains to conceal her mirth. ".Ies' step
this wny, sir," she giggled. And he
followed her, much perturbed, to the
basement
"OcnTmnn to see Miss Dwlght," she
nnnounced loudly, opening the kitchen
door with a flourish nnd abruptly withdrew to n back room, whence muffled
explosions of mirth Issued nt Inter*
vnls.
"Yo' wan' sec me, sub?" A huge
blnck hulk ln turban and white npron
waddled townrd hlm. "1-8 Miss Aner-
llne Dwight—de cook ob dis yer 'stab*
lish ment."
On confronting the African nppnrl-
tlon Mr. Bewley stared, opened his
mouth to spenk, then Bed, When he
emerged, wrathful, wretched, disappointed nnd humiliated, he went buck
to the club nnd called himself all the
unpleasant names he could think of.
lie arose next morning with the lark
—or whnt corresponds to It in the city,
tho milk wagons—nnd delighted his
employer by being first tit tlie office;
nlso for several mornings thereafter.
But a reward other than official np*
proval—cold comfort though It was—
awaited blm n few days later, in the
form of n dainty blue note sealed with
white wax. It was from Sister Maria,
as follows:
My Dear Mr. Rowley—Through a chanco
remark of one of the servants today I was
led to question my sister Nell concerning
n hoax she very unjustly played upon you
the other evening.
Nell is very young nnil Inexperienced,
and I have tried to he father nnd mother
both to the orphan child. So I write now
to ask your pardon for her Impropriety
and later rudeness to you.
Your desire fnr further acquaintance, If
you still cherish such, may possibly bo
furthered If you enn find a mutual friend
through whom to receive the usual formalities of an Introduction. I hou to remain
yours very truly,
MARIA L. BROSTER.
Harry groaned In despair ns he read.
How could be ever hope nmong the
several millions who Inhabited tbe Island of Manhattan to find one who
knew Miss Nell Broster. The proverbial needle in the haystack wns an
easy seareh ns compared to this.
But n tiny penciled word at the bottom of the page caught his eye:
"Over."
lie turned the page nnd with lt turned n new nnd Joyful leaf in his life,
for it held nil the sweetness of love's
young dream.   This is what he rend:
P. S.—Sister gave me this to mall. She
has probably forgotten to say that I was
a roommate at boarding school of ymir
Mr. Rronson's niece and ward Mabel.
You go there every Saturday to audit his
household accounts, don't you?
NELL BROSTER.
P. S. No. 2.—Mabel has nsked me to
lunch with her next Saturday. N. D.
Hon- Jerry  Kept Ilia Promina*.
In n year of bad crops und great distress somo of the tenants of my greatgrandfather, Qurabieton, like mnny of
their neighbors, took to running nway
with stock nnd crops, leaving empty
lands for their landlords.
Gumhleton begged one of his tenants,
In whom he bnd some, though perhaps
not much, confidence, not to follow such
nn evil cxnmple. "You will solemnly
promise nie, Jerry," snid he, "(lint nt
uny rate you will not go without giving ine warning." Jerry solemnly
promised.
Ono bleak nnd stormy winter night
Qurabieton, while retiring to bed nbout
midnight, wns startled by the noise of
gravel flung at his windows. lie looked out Into the darkness nnd called,
"Who Is tliere?"
"It's Jerry Hngnrty, yer honor."
shouted a voice through the storm.
"Oh, Jerry, is that yourself? What
business bavo you on such a night,
man?"
"Just to keep my promise of giving
warning to your honor. I said, you
know, I wouldn't run nwny without
letting your honor know of It. 1 nm
running nwny now. Good night to
yuur honor nnd goodby."
So Jerry ran nwny, stock, crops nnd
all being also en route.—Gnel.
Not  n  Cnnnry Comcdlnn.
There hnd been u business transaction between Mr. Finch and a friend
regarding n canary.
When Mr. Pinch became thc proud
possessor of the little yellow creature
he had not unreasonably expected It tc
burst Into song nt Intervals.
But nnturo hns not been so kind to
feminine canaries ns to the sterner sex,
nnd, In spite of every encouragement.
birdie refused to enrol.
Therefore Mr. Finch wns nngry with
his bird fancying friend.
"That's n nice sort of canary you
sold me!" be said.
"Why, wbat's wrong with lt?"
"It won't sing."
"What does lt do, then?"
"It docs nothing but hop nbout th*
cage from morning till nlgbt."
"Well, old chap, l;o reasonable. You
surely didn't expect a bird thnt would
sing and diineo too?"
HE LOST A CUSTOMER.
Bat It Wm Not of the Kind Thnt He
Need Worry  About.
Sho walked Into the general postoflice
and, stepping up to the stamp window
with n number of addressed envelopes
In ber hand, said to the clerk Inside:
"Givo me 50 cents' worth of two
cent stamps, please."
The clerk passed out tho stamps,
which she received In one hand, while
the other was engaged in a search .for
coin in a handbag. At length, when a
loug line of peoplo were waiting to
get nt the window, she found a nickel
nnd three coppers.
"Why, good gracious!" she exclaimed,
with u startled look. "I must hnve
spent all niy money. But never mind,
I'm coming down town tomorrow, and
—well, I'll drop In and pay you theu."
"Very sorry, mndttm," the clerk said
mildly and firmly, "you will either have
to pay for the stumps now or return
them."
"Do you mean to tell mo that you
will not trust we for a few miserable
postuge stamps? And with my sister
In Chicago anxiously waiting to hear
from me nbout the purlor curtains?
It's the most outrageous thing 1 ever
knew. Why, I could got credit this
minute In any store in the city."
"This ls not n store, madam, and we
don't keep running accounts. This ls
the general postoflice."
"Well, I shnll write to the postmaster nnd"—-
"There nro people behind you. mud-
am, wuitiug. I shall bave to trouble
you for the stnmps," said the clerk.
"Very well. There they nre," said
she, bnndlng them bnck. "But you will
Ue sorry for tbis. I shnll never enter
these doors again or buy another
stamp from you ns long as I live."
And, glaring majestically about her,
she swept out of the building.
Gettlaff Their  Money'* Worth.
Some years ngo, says TIt-Blts, a railway .was being made in the neighborhood of Galashiels, and lt wns nrrang-
ed that each of the numerous navvies
employed should pay n penny n week
to a medical practitioner, so that they
might huve his services in the event
of accident or medicine In the case of
illness. •
During the summer nnd nutumn neither illness nor nccldent occurred.
But when n severe winter followed
all nt once the "navigators" began to
call on the doctor for castor oil.
Each brought his bottle, Into which
an ounce was poured, until the oil was
exhausted, and the doctor wns forced
to send to Edinburgh for a further supply.
When that, too, wns getting done, tho
doctor one day quietly asked n decent
looking fellow what was wrong with
the men that they required so much
castor oil.
"Nothing wrong nt all, doctor," ho
replied, "but wo grease our boots with
lt."
Afforilinsr Another Chance nt Hlm.
The fnlr plaintiff had sued the elderly capitalist for breach of promise,
and ber lawyer wns trying to persuade her to compromise.
"He offers," said the lawyer, "to give
you one-third of the sum you nre trying to recover If you will withdraw
the suit."
"I won't do lt," she replied. "I wnnt
tho full nmount."
"Falling in that." pursued her attorney, "he offers to marry you."
"What do I want to marry him for?"
The lawyer shrugged his shoulders.
"Well," he said, "think of the possibilities of a divorce suit, with a fat
claim for alimony."
Why Tbey Look Severe.
Bella—I havo ao sympathy for the
Russians, they're sueh a cruel looking
set. Tho fuce of a Russian Is enough to
set you ngnlnst him.
Billy —That's where yon do them
wrong. Tho Russians are not so cruel
ns you think. I'll ndmlt that their
countenances nre not plcnsnnt to look
upon, but thnt Is only because of the
dlfllculty they have to pronounce their
language.—Boston Transcript.
Surprised.
"I see that the Qllderbys gave n
dejeuner last Thursday."
"That's strange. We were nt their
dinner the Biime day nnd didn't hear
nnythlng about It."—Brooklyn Life.
A  Sure ture.
"Cured your Insomnia yet?"
"Yes, Indeed."
"What cured you?"
"Sleep."
No  (linnie.
CsS****'_fKk.J
The Billionaire — Sometimes, doctor,
I'm haunted by tho fear that I'll die
rich,
Tlie M. D.—Don't worry nbout that.
sir. Wu will send in our bills nt onet
to you.—New York Evening Journal.
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THE ROUSE JOB STICK
Instantly and
accurately lock
to nonpareil or
pica measure.
Note the brace
on side. : : : :
6x2 »n. $2.oo.
8x2 iii.   2i2
iox2 in.   2.50
12x2 in.   2.75.
Nickel Plated
•25 cents extra.
For sale by TORONTO TYPE FOUNDRY CO, Limited, WINNIPEG, CANADA.
BANISH THE WRINKLES.
In  Mnny   Cases   They   Are   Merely
Signs of tho Aillments of 1
Women. \
A woman's faco plainly indicates
the statu of her health. Wrinkles,
which every womnn dreads, are not
necessarily a sign of ago. I'alor of
faco, wrinkles and a pormattiroly
agod appearance uro the outward Indication of those ailments thai afflict
womankind alone, and from Which
sin* too often suffers in uncomplaining silence, rather thun consult a.
doctor, In this condition Dr. Williams' Tink Tills are woman's best
friend. Tliey actually make new,
rich, red blood, and this blood acting upon the norvea and all lhe organs of tho body brings new health
and happiness to weak, weary and
despondent women. Mrs. .lohn Mc-
Kerr, Chlcknoy, N.W.T., tells lor tho
benefit of other Buffering women how
tlie found nuw health through thu nso
of Dr. Williams' I'ink l'ills. "For
somo years," says Mrs. McKerr, "I
was greatly afflicted with tho nil-
ments thnt make tho lives of so
many ol my sex miserable. 'Ilie suffering 1 endured can only bo understood by thoso who arc similarly
afflicted, I tried many medicines but
found none that helped me until I began the uso of Dr. Williams' I'ink
Pills. These havo actually mado mo
feel like n new person, and tho Buffering I had endured almost continuously has passed nway and life is no
longer the burden it once seemed. I
think these pills worth iheir weight
in gold to all who sutler from to nolo
complaints and general prostration."
We ask every suffering woman to
give Dr. Williams' I'ink l'ills a fair
trial. They will not disappoint you,
and tho benefit they will give is
not for an hour or a day—it. is permanent. You can get these pills Irum
any dealer in medicine or by mail
from tho Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.,
Brockville, Ont., at ;*i0 cents n box
or six bbxes for $2..10. See that tho
full naiiiei "Dr. Williams' Pink l'ills
for Pale People," is on tho wrapper
around every box.
The Slberlnn  Cmtmick.
Tobolsk, where tbe Siberian Cossack
is reared, is n well watered region, with
1,000 lakes, many of them of considerable size. Many of the inhabitants
had their origin In the utilization of
tbo territory us 11 penal colony for 10u-
ropenn Russia. The people are still
very primitive, sheep being the unit of
exchange in their barter system. Cuttle breeding is extensively adopted,
nnd lt ls from this source that the Utis-
slnn nrniy draws most of its horses for
service ln the far east. These animals
are small and hardy, not particular
about food and capable of enduring
extreme heat and cold, but the load
tbey can take even on n level road is
only nbout 000 pounds. The preparatory class of the Cossacks comprise*
lads from the ago of eighteen, who
undergo three years' training. Tlio
Cossacks of the tltvt ranks are enrolled from the age of twenty-one for
a period of twelve yeurs, and all servo
for n further period of live years Iif
tho reserves, the nge of discharge being, therefore, thirty eight.
EAGLE AND STURGEON,
The Kluw ot Illr.l, „„,i KI„K of
In u Death Clinch,
We hnd been camped for n few -J
nt a point on the upper reach,.., 0 _\
Pic river, waiting for Q few of 2
party who were running n side lino ?
source of amusement wus wnt.i,tn
the descent of n large bnldhoailod eoiS
ln the eddy buck of the point,
Ho would strike the witter with
great force, coming down from nn \_
inense height. At times hu would illv.
under the surface to reappear 0 Jd
ment or two Inter generally
flsll   clutched   In   his   clow
ENDURANCE.
oot
Uow Diiicii the heart muy hear, aud yet
break)
How nun h the llcsli muy suffer, utul not
Uh'!
1 question much if any pain or ache
ur m .ii ur body brings onr iml non nigh;
I teu ih chooses nis own  time;  till that is
sworu,
All evils muy be home.
We   shrink   uml shudder at  the surgi'iin'S
l.Uili',
Kncli nerve recoiling from tlie cruel steel
WUon.. edge seems searching fur the quivering Ufe,
Vet iii our sense the hitter pangs rrvp.il,
That still, although the trembling Desk i>u
toru.
This ulso cun be borne.
We see a sorrow rising la our wny.
Am! tiy to live in m tin* approaching 111;
We seek some small escape; we weep and
pray:
Uut when thc blow falls, then oar hearts
ure still;
Not that the pnln Is of its sharpness shorn,
Hut that H can be borne,
\\v wlml onr life nhout number iifi*:
We in l.i ii closer, dearer than our own;
Anaii it fuinis ami lulls la deathly strife.
Leaving us stunned, nnd stricken, and
nlonc;
Hut nlil we ilo not die    with    those    we
mourn,   -
This also enn he home.
Behold we live through nil things,—f:imlne,
thirst,
t'.t'ii'iivi ini'iit. paint all erlif nmi misery.
All woe nntl sorrow; life Inflicts Its worst
On siml uml body.   Imi wo eniiitnl ill".
Though WC In* slek, nnd Una!, nmi faint and
worn,—
I.o, nil lliiics can he I erne!
lillSObeth Alters Allen.
For Strenuous Lifo
it is necessary to have your system in
good working order—to havcan energy
born of perfect health and strength—
it is imperative that each organ be
kept in free nction, and I1F.EC1 lAM'S
PILLS arc foremost oi the few tilings
that will do it
For Active Brains
your liver must be right, your stomach
in a healthy condition and your kidneys
firoperly performing their peculiar
unctions, or your body won't stand
the strain and your brain won't be
active. If you would have a clear
head and keen perception, get a box
of BEECH AMsWs, use them and
see how much more alive you will be.
For Perfect Health
there is no greater promoter than thcie
famous Pills. You will find it so all
over the world, and, mark you, the
most perfect specimens of manhood
womanhood and childhood are the
users of
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
Pr-.pirj<l only by Thontai Ileechatn, St.
Helens, England.
Sold everywhere In Canada and U. S.
America.  In bozei, is centt.
The l nlonilitr  ( alrnliillon.
Caesar's reformed calendar made the
year about eleven minutes too long-
that Is, the solar year began eleven
minutes earlier each twelvemonth than
the calendar year. In IC82 Pope Gregory XIII. found that the solar year
had gained ten days on the calendar
year. He corrected this nud to keep
the two yenrs more nearly together ordered thnt thereafter only centurlnl
years divisible by *UX> should be leap
years. This calculation Is this: Ity adding eleven minutes regularly to the
year, nt the end of n century the legal
calendar has had one more dny than
the solar calendar. I'-y giving up tbe
additional day of leap year in three
Centuriul years the legal calendar lias
nt the end of three centuries nearly
one day less than the suhir calendar.
This difference Is corrected by having
nn extra day In the fourth ceiiturial
year. The arrangement Is so nearly
exact that tbe two years differ by only
one day In X.'I'J:; years.
Opium SniaikliiK In Clilnn.
It Is generally understood that a
largo percentage of tbe Chinese are
addicted to tbe use of opium. This is
n misconception. The belief tlmt the
Chinese of rank and cnllure use lhe
drug ls due to the prominence given
to the cultivation of the plant uud the
manufacture of opium In the Celestial
empire. As a mailer of fact, a native
who uses opium is looked upon by his
superiors ns we discuss aud classify
our drunkards.
Tbo Idea that a pill will produce nn
exhilarating effect on the beginner is
nlso erroneous. One must be accustomed to the use of tbe drug to get
the pleasant effect. '1 lie Oral pipe to
an American produces nausea. Two
or three will make hlin sick. If lie can
stand eight or nine of these "pills" bo
ls apt to dream, but the awakening Is
always un unpleasant reality.
Willi
when In
would liy (freighted with his tisln to 1
a very  high hiountaln, on tho over.
banging crest of which tin si whir
his mate and young were (julte visible
tO us with our Held glass.
I bad noticed his success anil jour.
neys to the nest for two mornings, On I
the third morning a Bhatlow rotslgfl
across the sun's rnys caused uK ^
look up and tliere was tho grout Uri
at his usual bunt to supply Un* young
eagles with breakfast. With bis lnd
eye piercing tlie tlver depths ho poised
over a particular spot for a few rm-
inents nnd then shot down with tbt
velocity of n cannon ball.
The waters parted and the onglsm
lost to view. I watched and waited3
See hlm emerge Willi his prey, Imt im.
inents lengthened into minutes, and
minutes into a quarter of an hour, bnt
the surfaco of the water remained on-
disturbed.
What could It mean? I'.ven If t»
had struck himself against some hidden rock and been killed (Ik., bod;
would have floated to the Burface, It
passed my reasoning powers to solve
tho result of that plunge. Then («
down, fully a quarter of a mile oil, I
saw the great bird Struggling, either•
carry off a heavy burden or to fn»
himself from one. The waters wen
lashed Into  foam nnd the bird agatl
disappeared! nud nil was still.
This lashing of the water end iii*
appearing wero repeated ngnln and
again, each time farther downitreul
A bend in the river prevented mj
seeing the final result. Calling om
of our men trom the tent, wecmbn
ed ln a ennoe nnd started down tin
river to view the strange procoedM
closer. When we bad doubled tin
point below I saw lodged ngainst th
beach In n small bay something tlul
did not look natural to tho place ffi
paddled down snd fonnd it wnsmysj
gie fast fixed to n sturgeon fully ill
feet long. Itoth were motionless, Tt*
king of lish and the king of birds bit
met death.—Forest and Stream.
The nine l,nl..«.
About twelve miles northwest from
the town of Dpper I.nke, Cal., ls n
series of waters known as Blue lakes
—three In till—surrounded by spun of
the coast range that tower 1.000 feet
ovor thorn. These lakes are steel blue
ln color and never freeze. The upper
lake Is nearly two miles In length and
hnlf n mile In width In the widest
place, the middle lake Is about half
a mile long and half that distance lo
Width, and the lower one is less thnn
balf tlie si/.e of the nearest neighbor,
The upper lake is nearly 000 feet deep
in places, ami nil of them nbound in
trout.
Miicli   Mori*  Tlmn  Tlml.
"That milk looks as If it were balf
water," protested tbo woman at tbe
kitchen door.
"It Is mnch more than tbnt, ina'ain."
replied the milkman, a college graduate in reduced circumstances. "I guarantee It to be Hli per cent water, -1 per
cent, butter, 8V& per cent casein and
Hli per cent sugar nnd various salts,
the combination resulting in the liquid
commonly known ns milk. Chemical
analysis of the same cheerfully furnished whenever desired.   C-OOd morn
ing, ma'am."
A  Colli   In   the  llrnil.
A hydropathic treatment of n (tli
In the bead Is more reliable llian nny
other. It Is ns follows: In Uie morula
nfter rising nnd nt night before rot*
lug wash the feet nnd legs aa blgb t|
ns the knees in cold water, Hun n*
tliem with 11 rough towel and ninssfl
them till the skin Is red nnil gloww
In addition to this cMiitin'isly m-
tcpltl wnter up tbo poso freqwefl
during the dny and sip Willi A ■*
spoon n glnssfnl as hoi ns can K
borne an hour before oni'l' meal mid*'
bedtime. A few days Is often auiM
sullicient for simple cases ami ObH
nate ones yield if the treatment liM
longed. No medicines are ri'ii"1"*
If taken in the lirst stages i.f the d»
easo 0 cold Is broken up whirl) nm
Otherwise become a severe can J
bronchitis,   lasting   mnny  iti* *
weeks.-
bid
(Jnlti*   True.
Blip (as the crowd surges i-riiim
-Oh. dear. I'm really ufrnlil togetlfj
thi* awful Jnt.i! I
He-Well. Jll.it Stick flOSC tO Br, W
We may possibly  be prcserVOJ*"**^
van! Lampoon.
Emotion turning back on Itself and
not leading on to thought or acllon Is
the clement of madness.
Aire nmi  Respect,
A wrller in the Ladies' Field stntes
vigorously thnt she is not a believer in
"respect due to age." "Why rpSpOCl
sliould be considered tho sole prerogative of nge Is n thing i hnve never been
aide to tinder.'tniid.    When people havo
displayed consistent foolishness or vacuity throughout thoir youth and middle
nge why should n younger ami perhaps
wiser generation j,,. expected to look
"I" lo them with reverence simply be
enuso seventy yenrs have passed over
their bends? Respect, surely, nhould
bo a question of character and uot of
nee."
What arc your Wends sayloi
•1 .. n  Tk.a amor itii
what arc your rtienas s*y*».
about you? That your m
hair makes you look oijj
And yet, you are not forty'
Postpone this looking on
Hair Vigor
Use Ayer's Hair Vigor' HJ
restore to your gray MJJ
thc deep, dark, rich coWJ
early life.   Then be *9»
•• Aynr". ll.lr Vlgnr renin"''' t» Bjj
color to n,v |<ra- Im r af U"\ ,
ll**at_. Kit nil rouclKlm t__\tM_, »*«!
Man. K. J. Vakokcab. Metlm.™*"
SI GO a tinltln.
All ilr'i^^lwtw
for t
Dark Ha_i Corporation of the
City of Slocan.
to the Drill—Slocan, B. C.
i.--j—m*
name
rmeememmmmm
letcher, Frank
Sale of Lands For Taxes.
runt, given  in  pursuance of a By-Law No. 23, of the Oor-
i city o' Slooan, nalng "Tho Amended Slocnn Heal Estate Tax Sale
"under the hand of Thomas  McNeish, Esquire, the Mayor of the
Ion dated  the 7lh  day of June, A.D. 1004, to me directed, I shall
°rpii bv  public miction, in  the Council Chambers, at the ("ity Hall, in
',S.(,!' Slocan, on the 25th day of .July, 11)04, at 11 o'clock in the forenoon
"' ' ---•' -*al property mentioned and set out. in tbe following
(i me of a «nr
nl lli
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ration
•"'il*
'" ' '-5 movements am
iartln, Wm., A J.
letcher Krank ..
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Lnlicated by
the lignatura af the Mayor and the Seal of the said Corpora-
obertson,  Win. 11 1
rquliari, irui;h Archibald]
letcher Frank  i
i     ii„. arrears of taxes and costs are sooner paid.
(lilBBI in* *
I Lands and Improvements and V.eal Property within the limits of the
l a?.. nt the City of Slocan upon which Taxes aro due and remaining unpaid
"lh dey of June, A.D. l»»3:
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.37 I
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.06 |
.04 I
.04 |
.03 |
.03 |
.03 I
.03 I
.03 I
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$2.28
8.46
2 ''2
2.08
2.18
2.49
1.76
1.77
1.77
1.77
1.77
1.77
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
1.87
1.87
1.87
1.87
1.87
2.11
2.08
1.87
1.87
1.87
1.87
1.S7
1.87
2.30
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.91
1.91
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
2.13
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.68
1.58
1.58
1.68
1.68
1.58
1.58
1.58
1.59
2.05
1.86
1.86
1.74
1.74
1.86
1.74
1.74
i.7»
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.86
1.74
1 74
1.74
1.74
174
1.74
1.74
1.86
1.61
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.93
1.59
1.58
1.57
1.57
1.68
1.66
1.56
1.56
1.56
1.57
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
816.94
20.01
15.81
12.85
15.00
21.18
6.10
6.24
6.23
6.24
6.23
624
7.60
6.01
3.93
5.02
4.77
5.52
6.4a
7.20
7.95
10.15
5.45
9.98
11.00
18.28
6.94
2.62
8.54
8.54
8.54
8.54
8.54
13.57
12.85
8.54
8.54
8.54
8.54
8.54 |
8 54
17.55
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
9.35
9.35
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
1389
5.84
5.84
5.84
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.41
2.72
12.22
OS
8.38
5.84
5.84
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.81
5.S4
5.84
5.84
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
8.38
2.97
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
9.75
2.61
2.45
2 28
2.21
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2.05
2 28
IM
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
Hoy,  It.  T	
ley,  ft,  T	
etcher, Frank 	
ias Charles 	
ayth, Robert	
ckllug, A. B., (HiOft)..
:Nee, Wm., (20 ft)	
...ckling, A. K., (IB8*)It).
JtcNee, Wm., t20 ft)	
Seorge, Robert 	
.lodBlns, A. li	
.loilgins. A. K	
.''letcher. Frank 	
tobertson. Krank   |
.•"letcher. Krank j
.haw,  Albert  Nathaniel,
'letcher, Frank 	
tobinson.    S.   H.  ft  Wil
sou,  W	
Uackstock,   Malcolm   ...
'letcher. Frank 	
'letcher. Frank 	
•an uth. Thomas R	
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lauipbell, Archibald MeT .
•'letcher. Frank 	
'b ment,  Samuel   	
'letcher. Frank 	
Robertson, Beatrix Edltb
I.ys, Francis B	
I.ys, Francis II	
Fletcher. Frank 	
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19
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11
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4
5
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9
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12
13
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19
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20
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1
5
11
12
13
15
16
18
19
20
1
2
8
9
11
12
13
14
15
16
18
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
12
13
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16
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6
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7
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8
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9
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10
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11
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16
20
17
20
18
20
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21
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21
5
21
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7
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8
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Amount of t
tl**' piajprnv
sold
T«.«,
6.86
6.85
5.85
5.85
6.85
5.85
9.60
7.45
5.00
7.45
9.75
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
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
7.40
7.45
7.45
7.45
12.25
12.25
7.10
7.10
7.10
9.76
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
6.86
5.85
5.116
5.86
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
3.55
3.55
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
6.20
3.90
:i.90
3.90
5.85
5.50
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.76
5.85
3.90
3.90
3.50
3.90
2.92
1.95
.92
5.50
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
3.55
5.50
1.49
.71
1.03
2.34
2.34
3.55
5.85
4.25
.71
.78
1.42
3.06
3.13
5.50
5.60
5.50
5.50
5.60
5.50
6.20
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.76
3.76
3.76
2.50
9.75
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
7.80
5.60
7.10
7.10
te. fir .hi, ia
it liable to br
I Intel.'t lUtf*
of sal.
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.49
.37
.16
.37
. 50
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
. 71
.93
.40
.40
.41
.20
.03
.28
.09
. 83
.61
.58
.37
.37
.37
.37
.37
.37
. 58
. 68
.34
.34
.34
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.50
.40
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
..10
.30
.46
.14
.14
.14
.17
.17
.17
.17
.17
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.20
.32
.20
.26
.20
.30
.26
.18
.18
.18
_J8
.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
.0.1
.05
.07
.13
.13
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
.26
'10
.20
.20
.20
.18
.18
.18
.08
.56
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.30
.40
.26
.34
.34
tL'ulloc'-ir's co ui
uis ion and
t i lil'.U^t Jll   t ».
I*. s a of uit
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
2.04
1.93
1.79
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
1.03
1.93
1.93
1.93
1.93
2.18
2.18
1.91
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
1.84
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
1.73
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
1.72
1.83
1.62
1.57
1.59
1.66
1.66
1.72
1.84
1.76
1.67
lit
1.61
1.70
1.70
1.83
1.83
1.83
1.83
1.63
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
1.95
1.83
1.91
1.31
Total amount
OftUtes.   ihlrr
•st  and costn
fur which ibe
property . lui
bh to tie hold
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
12.08
9.75
6.94
9,75
12.30
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
17.63
22.25
10.16
10.22
10.30
5.02
2.80
7.06
4.86
20.10
16.04
15.01
9.75
9.75
9.76
9.75
9.75
9.75
15.01
15.01
9.35
9.36
9.35
12.30
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.9S
7.99
12.30
10.15
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.95
5.04
5.04
5.04
5.44
3.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.84
3.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.84
7.99
7.59
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
7.99
5.84
5.84
4.25
5.84
4.76
3.66
2.55
7.59
5.44
5.44
5.44
6.44
6.44
5.44
5.44
6.44
7.59
3.18
2.31
2.67
4.12
4.12
5.44
7.99
6.24
2.31
2.41
3.10
4.89
4.96
7.59
7.59
7.69
7.09
7.69
7.69
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.67
5.67
6.67
4.26
12.30
7.99
7$9
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.15
7.59
9.36
9.35
NAME
Fletcher, Frank ..
Wallace, Andrew
Fletcher, Krank ..
Provost, Frank.
Provost, Frank.
Fletcher, Frank
Riley, ft, T	
Riley, R. T	
Fletcher, Frank 	
Danagh, Annie A Oarnelly
Clara  	
Hodgins, Arthur K	
Fletcher, .Frank 	
|DI«k
Hodgins, Arthur hi.
HodKlns, Arthur K.
Fletcher, Frank ...
Irett, Ada Harriet.
Jrett, A<U Harriet..
Fletcher, Frank ....
.Fletcher, Frank
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a Amount ol Ua.a f,„ which
Ihr piopony is 1UU,. ,„ |„
be tola
T««a       | lofrnldalc
o sale
7.10
7.10
6.85
5.86
5.85
7.60
6.00
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
11.65
6.76
6.75
.Collector's torn
mission ud
cont njjrnt  ev
l>«nw> oi sale
J oui amount
Uses, inter.
nt and   costs
for which  th* '
property Is Ha*
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i
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li
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I Wa\*mW$MMtaa%mt{ t\ NAME
Fletcher, Frank
33
34
••
41
M
j
34
Ftotrlur. Frank
36
I
Fletcher. Frank
37
38
39
S
1!
Amount or lain Cur aAM
ah< urowtty i^ ItoWc  lo be
lnt-i<-~> axle
of ile
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a   llltfciolk «ul
i„mi«K«i> "•
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lor oiiuii tho
yteorny fc li*.
Ue to ue wia
3.85
3.85
3.8S
3.85
3.«r.
3.85
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Fletcher, Frank
39
40
Ple.uker. Frank I   41
Fletcher. Frank  J   42
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Fletcher, Frank
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19
20
1
2
3
4
6
G
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9
10
11
12
13
14
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16
17
18
19
20
1
4
5
6
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9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
a
9
10
11
12
18
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
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3
4
5
6
7
8
10
11
12
13 |
14
15
16
17
16
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
«
1
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10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
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1
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1     6
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1    10
1    11
1   12
46
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13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
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3
4
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fi
'vnount of wa ter vvhicU
the unary •* tUOle fi l»
Intrroii ila»
T»» '       ol a*
2.09
3.62
3.48
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
2.71
2.34
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.8S
1.88
1.88
1.88
188
2.65
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
2.13
8.13
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
2.13
2.06
1.61
| 1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
i 1.67
1.67
199
1.74
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
1.81
1.74
Uii
1.85
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.88
1.35
1.35
1.67
1.67
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.67
1.60
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.80
1.60
1.28    |
1.28   I
1.28   |
1.28   |
1.28   |
1.28   |
1.28   I
1.28   I
1.60   I
1.67   1
1.35   I
1.35   I
1.35   I
1.35   |
1.35   |
1.35   I
1.35    |
1.35    I
1.67    |
1.67    |
1.28   I
1.23   |
1.28   !
1.28   |
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.67
1.99
1.60
1.80
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1.60
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.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
.10
.13
.12
.09
.09
.09
.09
.09
.09
.09
.09
.13
.12
.08
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.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.09
.09
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.09
.08
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.08
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.09
.08
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07   I
.07   |
.06
.06   |
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.06    I
.06
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.06
.07
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07
.07
.06
.06
.06
.00
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07
.07
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07
.07
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
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.07   |
.07    |
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■ ul.lllWiait  •«'
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1.66
1.72
1.72
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.68
1.66
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.6-1
1.64
1.64
1.67
1.67
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.65
1.65
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.65
1.65
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.64
1.63
1.61
1.81
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.63
1.63
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.62
1.62
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
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1.60
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3.61
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3.61
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4.36
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
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3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.87
3.79
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.70
3.45
3.10
3.10
3.10
3.10
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3.10
3.10
3.10
3.63
3.45
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.36
3.36
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.08
3.02
3.01
3.02
3.02
3.36
3.28
2.94
2.94 I
2.84
2.94
2.94
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294
2.94
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2.94
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Slocan, B. C, 7th Dav of June, A.D. 1904.
H. D. CURTIS, CoH
I hereby authenticate thii Iiil hy affixing my ilgnatnreand •*•••
Corporation of the .'ity of Slocan, thii 7th da; of June, A P ■•"•*■■
•SEAL' THOMAS McNEISH,
Miivor or thai Corporation af lh' -
Dated at Slocan, B.C., this 7th Day of June. A.D-1
H.D.CURTIS,
-•..lilM-l...*!'."*''"""'!
1 SLCCAN,  B.  C
w*«.M
»|H'"",, . ohm's sliould have a lit-
■•■""l"' , crow or they will suffer
l"'L'°"'i   'k of it: hut ns a rule the
__•!& * -i11?1 ™. a**?
vase is rilled for nil   __
GOOSE STUFFING.
I°P'B ""could not And room for iiu-
Jier l'l,l"''___.	
JUKE'S  WAKMNU  SIGNAL.
„ of a baby is nature's warn-
^Vla thut there is something
*"• if a little one is frotful, norv-
,rong; .Unless, tho sufo thing to ilo
u,'° ,,„i.stcr a doso of l)uby-s
' l<7 'X s They speedily cure nil
r,iuie Ills of childhood, and give
Id natural sleep, because tbey rc-
0He cause of thc wakefulness
'^crossness Mrs. T. L. MoOor-
?k peine island, Ont., says: 'I
nover    worried    about   buby'S
Mith wl*on l lmvo th0 Tab,,'lS ■?
L. house: they always Rive prompt
If for all Uttlo ailments." Tho
Allots aro good for children .if all
I and are guaranteed to jJoutain
o oplato. If you do not find tho
iibii ut your medicine tleanloi'B
|, j 38 fonts to the Dr. Williams
todlclno Co., ltrockvillo, Ont., nnd a
ox win i"5 scnt y°u '-y '"tt" ■'■)bt
Bill.        __^_^__^__
HUli,,; forced during "«* winter
ul,l „,.vBr he planted out till lato
,l„. sum r or during   the   oarl
II n„.j will then make thoir root
„«tii 'during tho eoolor weather
b co„u. up all safe the following
irlng 	
|1|l(1|.   sii,—Within    the    pnst   year
(Tnow    of three   fatty     tumors on
l,,,,.!   having   lieen   removed   by
B|,,,liration <>f MINARD'S UN1-
lENT wlthoul   nny   surgical opera-
iuhI thero is no Indication of a
turn.
('AFT. W. A. PITT.
■lift,,M. N. li.   Gondola Ferry.
[Tuberous  rooted  begonias  arc  fine
,i  ncrl   iu  lorgQ or small beds
the   femetiiry   plot.    Those
remarkable variety of color
yellow, orange, rose, Bcarlol
tsun in numerous shades.
||l'a'
III    0
ani
h'liiti
III I'll
Deafneu Cannot Be Cured
i lo-.l application! u they cannot reach tha
ktutal portion of tha ear.   There l> unly ona
iy to cure  l.aTni'iw, and that la by cunttttu-
pnal reme.llca.   Deainaaa la cauaed by an In-
mud con.lltlon of the inucoua lining ot tha
a '.lam Tube.    When thla tube la Inflamed
i have a mint.Una aound or Imperfect hear-
, aial when tt la entirely cloaed, Oeafnaaa la
i mult, and unleaa ths Inflammation can he
ikrn oul and thla tuba reatored to ita normal
ic!::: a:.,   laailng   will   ba  destroyed  forever;
li.' a,,.., out of ten ara cauaed by Catarrh,
[Mill li nothing but an Inflamed condition et
i muroua aurfacea.
v« will give One Hundred Dollara for any
I of Deatneee (cauaad by catarrh) that can-
I bt cured by Ilall'a Catarrh Cure.   Send far
■culm, free.
F. J. CIIBNET A CO.. Toledo. O
I br all drugglata. \vo.
Ilall'a Family I'illa ara tha beat
'ayenne poppor is the liest  remedy
IKiiuu ul for ridding roses and chry-*
|mli,nmms of iill insects.   Sprinkle
hushes   with   water   first,   then
(nl on   the   poppor   from a poppor
h nmn union u ue bow.
r a hanging liuski-t. or a window
in   summer, or for tho window
Irilon  in winter, one shoulil  include
trailing lnntunu, if a free binominal    something  showy   it'  desired
■HI*. Ti
lu: W
|i   lail
Vlll
liMlna-,
III  his
I'll Ml
havo
|ment,
I 'ia rta
[ Btiei n
lhe 'i
ll.lir. A WILL WISDOM POINTS
VY.—The Kick mnn pirns lor rein, dislikes ci'iiilimt (or the doc-
ii li ini'nns bottles ol ilriiif* never
I     lie  has  not  the  resolution  to
stomach with compounds which
Ininoiisly uml tasts worst, llut il
Un'will to deal himself with Iiis
wisdom will direct his attention
ii'lee'a Vegetable l'ills. which, ns
ii' for indigestion and tlisonlers
Igostlvj organs, have no equal.
IA desirable addition to any wnrd-
l'"' is ii simple blouse worked in a
etty truss-stitch. In fact to lie up-
l-dato smile of tins old-fnsboned
phroidery must, adorn nt least one
your shirtwaists, or a tub dress.
ICrosB-Btich is very dainty for the
f' "i'ii ion ot children's olothlng,     A
lu lain,. 11 non frock witb n design ol
J"I''"* blossoms in pink, lemon anil
Ijnii' floss on the collar, cults, yoke
''• hell, ami a   band encircling the
Idiri' skirt   was il  perfect   beauty.
■ ureal deal of Intereat at prosonl
'"iii'-ivtl in n revival of the old
l"nn sliletto, ,,r OUt work,  on  fine
course weavos of linen. Both tho
1   'mi nnd Bulgarian linens are us-
inr II.
'■•ai'ity Uttlo napkin holders avo
"" of llnon scrim with a cross-
''' design of yellow daisies through
■ 'miliv.  Tho horn is ttirnod up on
•ch    etlgo    „|,ij    a    sJn(r|,,    row      ,,f
s"   Bttrdon    is   complete without, a
""'   vnrloty   of   hardy   poronnlals
iin ■ «- * ■    - - •  -
A Town   \VIioh«*   ImliiNlry   In the Dc-
vvloiiiiii'iit  nf Oooae  l.iver.
The raising, Rttiillti^ mui shipping of
geese htivo become quite ii largo Industry In the vicinity of Wntortown, Wis.,
nnd about HO.OOO pounds of stuffed
geese anil rl.oit yjo.OOU pounds of
Bind fed geese are shipped iiiiiiiially
friui there to nil parts of this country.
The deiiiiind for stuffed geese ls Increasing all the time, and the shippers
of this class of poultry claim it is not
possible to illl all their orders unless
these are plnced early In the full. The
geese hnve to undergo Ihe Stuffing
process to produce lihuoruiully large
livers.
In sliilling the goose the feeder holds
lt between his knees and forces the
noodles down Wilo Us throat, but each
noodle must Urst be dipped Into warm
water to mn Uo it more slippery luir-
Ing the Urst week eight l|0Uti)09 nru
thus given three times u ,1 iy. nnd during the seeoud week tl.e s.t.ue number
nre given four times every uny. I'Vom
then on the Stuffing bull to be done
every three or foul' .h .ers, ntj/l.t nail
dny, and each time si; or seven noodles ine forced down I'he geese hnve
by this time accumulated o ciu?h f,it
Iiud the liver Ims fcXpniltlod to seen
proportions    that    they    h-.ive    lo    he
watched ronllniiously, as some are liable to choke and thus prove u toll))
loss. The entire h.iiiseiiohi Is r'.|ilei|
upon, and every in,in, woman aid
child has to take turns and s!t up and
attend to the geese.
At last, when ready for market, the
geese are killed, and the feathers on
the breast and belly must be picked
Immediately, while the bodies nro
warm; otherwise the very tender skin
would be torn or damaged, nnd thia
woultl allow the thick layer of the precious goose fat to oo/.e out. 'Iho wings
and back parts of the fowl enn be
picked more easily and are tirst dipped
luto hot water to facilitate the process.
After the.v are thoroughly picked the
heads, wing.-: and legs are tied together
on the back and the birds hung up In q
coid place and allowed to freeze solid.
Prepared In this way they nro very
appetising looking. Their slse ls enormous. In weight they range from
twenty to twenty-eight pounds each,
some extra large ones weighing from
thirty-four to thirty-six pounds. Tlie
livers are generally very large, covering nn ordinary snip plate, and some
weigh over three and one hall' pounds.
-Leslie's Weekly.
Tho  Fire Cnrtnln  Stuck.
Blnee the Chlcngo (heater lire tho
life of the theater manager In Borllq
has not been a happy one. The police
decree wns promptly issued, uniler
which ever since nt every theater In
the city the Iron fire curtnin has had to
be lowered after every net, and, as
this curtain weighs nhout five tons, tlio
constant repetition cf the operation Is
not Without its inconveniences. The
other night It brought nbout a queer
deadlock at the Metropol theater,
where, as the fire curtain stuck at tho
end of the Inst act but one, the performance was stopped for the night
despite the protests of the public, who
did not even get their money hack. Tlio
only solace offered by the management
wns to fix the lapsed act for the afternoon next but one, for which tickets
were issued free as tho audience left
the theater.
Relntlve  llniunT of Mnrhlnerr.
Statistics collected in Germany have
shown that 28 per cent of the accidents caused by machinery used for
Industrial purposes, such as manufacturing, were due to defects lu the machines nnd to lack of proper safe*
guards. On the other hand, over -10 per
cent of the accidents occurring with
agricultural machinery were traceable
to those causes. Accordingly there ls a
call for the uso of Improved safety do-
vices upon all machines used on the
farm. Feed cutting machinery is found
to be particularly liable to cnuse nccl-
dciils. A considerable majority of
those Injured by agricultural machines
are children and youths.
DniiKor  Sluronla.
Bed skirts and red neckerchiefs worn
by women picking up coal on railroad
tracks bave caused so many nervous
thrills to engineers on locomotives
rushing at high speed around curves
that one of the principal transportation companies In tbe country is doing
everything iu Its power to check the
wearing of this danger signal color
wherever Its trains run. n proper pre*
oautlou against tho premature breaking down of men of long experience at
the throttle.
tion:
When the Tr«*«*  Knits.
Closo to the ohl palace of the emperor of Korea, now deserted, Is the hill
 ,    ,    of Pouk nan, nhout which there is a
first tti .Inly tenth is tbe best! curious superstition. It Is believed
lo sow the seed for next year's! thnt when tho last tree Is gone from
"Ing, | j,()Ul. ,,,,„ ti,c, ,,„,] ()f Korea is nt hand,
and It Is death for any one to cut wood
on the mountain; At present there Is
but one tree on the summit, whoso
solitary and rugged appearance gives
the impression that the prophecy ls
not far from fulfillment.
La grippe, pneumonia, and Influ-
enwi often leave a nasty cough
when they'ro gone.
It is a dangerous thing to neglect.
t-uro it with
Jhiloh's     ^
[Consumption
The curo that Is guaranteed by
your druggist.
t£?&li    .      S-CWbluACo. 80S
___$_ *l.  LeRovN.V..Toronto.Can..
I'uiiiu* Lands.
Moro than 2a,824.!»l) acres of the
. public lands were turned over to private Individuals Inst year. This means
that an area almost ei|tuil to that of
the state of Indiana has within that
time been ndded to the productive regions of the United Stntes. Most of
these newly opened lands were home-
steaded by farmers.
RAINY RIVER MAN
HAD TROUBLES.
Till  Dodd's  Kidney  Pills  Cured
his  Kidneys.
Th«n iii» Rheumatism and ■>t!ii*r raini
Vanlalwd mun i,„j -or mU-HIs due
only iiiio nf miiiiy,
Berwick, Ont., June 20. (Special)
•Thut Hodd's Kidney l'ills will cure
Rheumatism, or any other disease resulting from disordered Kidneys is
tho experience of many of the settlers in this ltuiny Itiver country.
Tho case of Win. .lohn Dixon of this
placo is a fair sample of tho work
Iho great Canadian Kidney Iteiucdy
is doing,
"I had Uheumatism so bad that I
had to use a stick to walk. I had
pains in my buck and right hip and I
had no comfort ia sleeping.
"I could no morb than dress or
Undress myself for nearly two months
and I was for nearly three weeks I
could not lace my right shoe.
"My brother advised mo to try
Dodd's Kidney Tills and I did so.
After taking three boxes 1 could walk
around anil lacu up my igloos
and tlo my work, Six boxes curod
mc completely,"
Dodd's Kidney l'ills are tho ono
sure  cure  for   sick Kidneys,    ti\o~
Kidneys nie the cause of iilno-U-nlhs
of llu; ills the human fainhy sudors
from.
If the summer proves lo be hot and
dry nothing will I'.'i'l It more thnn
your BWeol peas, ami foe I his reason
you musl give them an abundance of
water,   for   they    drink    like    fish.
Hardy carnal ions are as large, as
Bwoot and ln us gr.'at variety as the
greenhouse carnations. Plant any
time until Jtmo, as they do not
bloom until tho second season
manure highly cover In cold weather.
PREVENT DISORDER—At thn iirst
symptoms of internal tiisnnicr, Parmelee's Wire!utile l'ills shoulil l>0 resorted
to Immediately, Two or three of theae
salutary pellets, taken before (toinir to
bed,   followed   by  iIokoh  of  one or two
IiIIIh fur two at tarM nights In succession
will serve ns a preventive of attack
of dyspepsia nnd nil tlio discomforts
which loilcnv In the train of that fell
disorder. The means are siiunle when
lhe wny Is known.
The cypress and balloon vine nre
iry little beauties, suitable for
planting where gracefullness and
daintiness are desired, rather than
vines with thick foliage for the purpose of covering unsightly backgrounds.
i'se Lever's Hry Soap fa powder) to
wash woolens ond (liinnels,—you'll like
it. .12.
It is claimed that, the castor oil
plants when cultivated as pot plants
nnd brought into the house several
hours each day will effectually drive
out the mosquitoes,
Worms iterance the whole system.
Mcil her tl raves' Worm Kxteriniiintor ile-
raiiijes worms, and elves rest to the stilt-
erei' It only costs 2S rents to try it
unit Ik* convinced.
Early Juno Is the time to s. t oui
chrysanthemum vines for full display.
Mltl plants sliould ho divided so that
one good  shoot   is left   to each root.
Ask for Minard's ani take no other.
If portulnca has been sown leave il
till it begins to blosaoiri, then put
tho colors where vou want them.
lTurd nnd soft corns ennnot withstand
Ilollnwny's Porn Cure: lt Is effect mil
every time.   Get a bottle and  lie happy.
Explanation  of a Sword Trick.
A trick in which n sword Is apparently passed through a person's ahtlo-
men Is explained as follows: The sword
employed is n thin, flexible, dull blade.
I'he prestidigitator, whose body the
sword will simply puss around, but nut
pierce, carries concealed beneath his
vest a sheath that consists of a hollow
tube, semicircular In shapo. the two
extremities of which are bent in contrary directions In such a way that
tbey are situated in the same straight
line, the two orifices opening in front
and behind at ri^'lit angles with the abdomen. This tub!) runs around the
farther side of the man, who, appearing Instinctively to grasp the point of
the sword ns If to protect himself, directs It into the metallic tube. The
flexible sword makes Its exit between
the tails of the coat. It is necessary to
operate rapidly, so that the spectators
shall not have time to see that lhe
length of the sword has diminished,
the curved line lhat follows uot being
the shortest passage from one point to
another.
What shrunk your woolens ?
Why did holes wear so soon r
You   used   common   soap,
SraflJCHT
Soap
REDUCES
EXPENSE
Ask far Ike Octacoa Bar.
Bi
— 1ZZUC    „
Appetite poor?*/ Bowels
constipated? Tongue coated?
Head ache? It's your liver!
Ayer's Pills are liver pills, all
vegetable.
Saldfb*
J.C.A»»»00,.
Lowell, M—x.
 , a i a a a a   in -,,- - a ,i a   ■   ,	
Want your moustache or beard
a beautiful brown or rlcb black? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
Bate*— i
_jl r, axxxtm-. axanati..*^.
ANTIQUITY OF CIVILIZATION.
The  March or Tlmt* I'liuii  Flint  lm-
plementa «o Ivory Slntuottea.
Bo far as the question of time Is concerned It deserves notice that not merely geology, but ulniost every form of
Inquiry into the past, throws further
buck the limits usually assigned.
Egypt, for liHtance, is continually
furnishing fresh proofs of tho antiquity of civilization. Professor Hinders 1'etrte expounded at Owens college, Manchester, England, u few days
ago the results of recent explorations
nt Abydos, lu upper Egypt from which
it appears that the ruins tit that one
spot tell a continuous story that carries us back to 6000 B. C. Abydos was
the first capital Of Egypt and remained
for forty-live centuries tlio religious
center, tho Canterbury of the land, and
there the Kgyptlun Kxploration fund
has iineai'llieil the remains of "ten successive temples, one over the other."
From the age of the Urst temple a
group of ubout 200 objects has been
found, which throws surprising light
on the civilization of the first dynasty.
A part of a large glazed pottery vase
of Mena, the first king of the first dynasty, nbout 4700 lt. 0., Showed "that
even then they were making glaze ou
n considerable scale, nnd also Inlaying
It witli a second color. The Ivory carving was astonishingly tine, a figure of
a lung showing a subtlety und power
of expression as good as any work of
later ages."
At about 4000 B. C. nn Ivory statuette ot Cheops, the builder of the great
pyramid, was found, the only known
portrait of him. Making every possible allowance for tho uiurvelous rapid-
ity of art development must not many
thousands of years have rolled over
between the pristine dwellers iu the
Nile valley and the men who carved
Ivory statuettes and manufactured
glazed work inlaid with second colors?
It Is a loug, long inarch from flint Implements to the soleuiu temple Ivory
statuettes and human portraits.—London Telegraph.
Diamond!,
The diamond, despite Its high price,
IB not tho most fashionable stone. The
emerald enjoys that distinction, but
the colored stone must have a few diamonds "to throw it up." "When I was
a youngster," says a famous jeweler,
"emeralds were $-0 a carat. Today a
fine stone ts worth $2,000. A twenty
grain pearl I used to sell at $400. Today lt would be worth $3,000. llubles
and.sapphires have gone up nlso, but
not 80 much In proportion. During my
long experience some stones have come
In and gone out of favor, the cat's eye,
for example. Settings are lighter than
they used to be. The fashion is to set
precious stones In platinum, as platinum never tarnishes. I don't think
with platinum we get as much brilliancy out of the stone as with silver,
but silvor in foggy weather goes black.
Never buy a diamond set In gold. If
you see one In a gold mount you may
be suspicious. A yellow stone painted
with black Ink looks white, and It is
then set in gold. That is the way in
which many pawnbrokers havo been
taken in.
When ab Oil In nip Waa a Cariosity.
C. M. Shackelford, a Shelby county
pioneer, was the Urst ninn to Introduce
oil In the county. Some time lu the
iiftles he visited St. I.ouls and brought
to Shelbyville two lamps and a couple
of gallons of oil.
When the citizens of the village
learned of It, there was considerable
excitement—much more than when the
electric lights were turned on a few
years ago. About 400 people gathered
at the store to watch Mr. Shackelford
take his life ln his bauds. lie loaded
up the lamp, turned the wick and prepared for Illumination by fastening a
paper lighted on thc end of a stick. The
crowd looked uneasy, but didn't run,
and the new lighting works were nn
entire success. Oil cost $3 per gallon.
Mr. Shackelford bought some to Introduce the Improvement among his fellow eiUzeua,. Jjut .he only disposed of a
nallontbe following year. — Clarence
tMo.) Courier.
New Jeracy IVimy of 1T87.
Mr. J. I'. l.elb claims to have the oldest coin In Baltimore, lt ls n penny
mado In 1787 by thc state of New Jersey, This was one year beforo Washington was iiunle president of tbe country and live years before the United
States penny was made. One side of
the coin contains a shield and the niot-
to "Vi riuribus Ij'nuin." and ou the other is a horse's bead anil a plow and the
words "Nova Caesarea." Mr. I.elb
found the penny on the property of bis
grandfather, the late Christian I.eib,
who was a soldier in the Revolutionary
war. The farm wus In York county,
Pn., and the coin wns found near a
still, together with a penny of 1S0O,
which Mr. T.elb also has In his possession.—Baltimore Sun.
An  l!nri*spon*lvc Mayor.
Already Mayor McClellan's fame has
reached beyond the Alps where lies
Italy. Ills honor some time ago received from a subject of King Victor
Kninir.nuel a letter In which the writer
explains that he Is an adept at thought
transference, lie says that a thought
has been wafted across the ocean Informing hlm tbht the mayor would
lend hlin l,i>90 lire for n short time.
Since then two more a tiers have arrived from the same correspondent.
Colonel McClellan luis figured It out
that 1,000 lire ls ubout $105, so he has
done his best to transfer tbis thought
to Italy. "Nothin' doln'."
Put Cyclamen nut ol doors In a I The pattern is mnde small or largo
cool place during summer, and give by the mesh .of the canvass. Tlio
only enough water to keep the bulb larger the mesh the wider your ein-
ffoin   shiveling.        Repot     in     Bop- broidery will be.
tenilier.
Verbenas will bloom the first sen-
son if seed is sown in the open iu
May.
I For chiffon, silk, muslin or sheer
fine materials the delicate Persian
shades of blue, pink, green or yellow
are mostly suitable for the work.
I Am Stronq Now
And Do My Own Work.
Nervous System Was Exhausted and Pains Were Almost
Unbearable- Health Restored by
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food
As a convalescent food thero Is nothing to be compared to Dr. Chase's
Nervo Food. Gradually nntl certainly tbis treatment cjiriches the weak
watery blood, restores vitality to tho
wasted nervous system and builds up
tho body generally.
If you aro pale, weak, nervous, lr-
rltablo and unable to sleep or rest
there ls health and strength awaiting
you in tho uso of Ur. Chuse's Nervu
Food.
Mrs. J. Hatcher, 224 Sherbrooko
street, Peterboro', Ont., find whose
husband is a moulder ut thc Hamilton Foundry, states; "I bud un attack of Inflammatory rheumatism,
which left mo in a very run-down
State of health, and in fact my whole
nervous system seemed exhausted nnd
worn out. I could not sleep, and at
worn out.   I could not sleep, und ut
times the pains in my hend were almost unbearable! As a result ot
theso symptoms I was unable to attend to my housework, and felt miserable most of tho time.
On the advlco of a friend, I began
using Dr. Chase's Nervo Food, and
can sny that it has proved of very
great benefit to mo. I am ablo to
do my own work now, and feel
stronger and healther thnn I have
for years. I can truthfully slate
that this Is due to tbo uso of Dr.
Chaso's Nervo Food, which I consider
a grent health builder."
Dr. Chase's Nervo Food r>0 cents
a box, six boxes for $2 50, nt all
dealers, or Kdmanson, Dates A Co.,
Toronto. To protect you ngainst
imitations, tho poctrnit and signature
of Dr. A. W. Chaso, thc famous receipt book aothor are on overy box.
■ *^U|   As   i In*   western  representative    of    .his.    Kichardson
____   & Sons.   Kingston    nnd    Toronto,     I    nm    always
in the market, for car lots of grain of every variety, whent, oats, barley
uud (lax. 1 will lie pleased to write or wire you quotations at nny time
on whatever you bavo to oiler. Correspondence solicited in either English or (iermnn. Roqucsts for Information ro shipping etc., given Immediate attention.   Reference:—Merchants Hunk of Canada,
EDWARD   O'REILLY,   WINNIPEG.
Keep your fuchsias shaded from the
direct rays of the sun. Keep them in
a shaded situation nbout all of thi
time, when thc extreme weather
comes.
if attacked with cholem or summer
complaint of nny kind send nt onco lor
n bottle of llr. KelloRir's Dysentery Cordial nntl uso It nccordinK to directions,
lt nets with wonderful rapidity In sulidu-
Ina that dreadful disease thnt weakens
the strongest mnn and destroys the
voune- mid delicate, Those who hnvo us-
tl this cholera medicine sny it acts
ed    this    cholera    medicine     say  it  acts
thorough cur».
Garden paths can be kept free from
woeda nnd grnss by pouring over
them boiling hot suds on wash day.
pui ting a handful of salt in each
bucket  of suds.
MIHABD'S LINIMENT Lnitaai's Frieil
The last of the gladiolus bulbs nnd
the tuberoses thnt have been reserved
for late planting should now be started Into growth, before the dry hot
weal her.
KO ALCOHOL IN* IT—Alcohol or other
volatile matter which would Impair
Strength by evaporation, does not in nny
Klini.ii> enter Into the tnunufneturo of llr.
Thomas' Eclectrlo OU. Nor do climatic
rliiunii'S nllvrt it. It is ns serviealile ln
the Antic Circle ns in thc Torrid /.one,
perh'aps moro useful in the higher latitudes, where mnn is more subject to
colds   from exposure to the elements.
The adjustment of the canvass on
phi in Roods should receive careful
attention, lt must, be firmly basted
to the right sitle of the material upon which the embroidery is to be executed, or the work will be hopelessly crooked.
HMD'S UIMEH 11 Pit If UTIlCUM.
Quite n fashionable novelty this
season are the hand tlecorated buttons for shirt-waists with a cross-
stitch doslgn. From the pattern given
n smnll figure mny be designed which
cun be used for those.
New York'* Harbor Eair     i.
Above the pier—close to it ...td together, as if for comfort—huddled a
cluster of tugs, those curious, powerful, persistent little steam craft that
ply back and forth and up nnd down,
saucily and busily iiuportnnt, their
rows of fenders trailing In the water,
their black smoke bannering out behind. Often I bad watched them nosing lu and out among the heavier craft.
Budging a great ocean liner Into midstream and singly or together pushing
or pulling some huge helpless bulk, as
on ant or ns two might seize and
trundle a great dead bumblebee. Their
power and their Impudence had tilled
nie with wonder. Viewing them now
in repose, I was Impressed by the fact,
hitherto unconsidered, that upon almost every pilot house was a golden
eugle with extended wlngs-n symbol
of power and swiftness—nnd it was
borne in upon me that the tug ln truth
Is tho harbor engle, with all other craft
for its prey.
Tree* anil Italnfull.
Some persona ask If trees affect rainfall. That question ls one on which
foresters dllTor, but the large majority
nre satisfied they do induce rainfall.
Vonmiilere, Scheiick nnd many others
nre emphatic In tl.e claim that forests
Induce rainfall. It Is certain tliey retain humidity to n groat extent, and
that alone would affect the rainfall;
but the point on which ull agree is the
value of forests for the conservation
of water, preventing floods or drought,
distributing the water evenly the
wbole year. It Is a matter of history
In foreign countries that when forostl
have been destroyed the rainfall bus
beeu greatly lessened und more spas
motile.--T. P. LUkenSs In Maxwell's
Talisman.
A  Calqce TranetiN foamty.
•The county of Franklin, In ttf
stnte," said n Tennessee man, "hes the
unique distinction of being the only
county that ever undertook to secede
from the state to which it belonged. A
great many people have doubtless fo^
gotten that tlie people of Teuncssce
voted twice on the proposition to secede
from the Union. At the first electiou
in February there was an enormous
mnjority-nbont 100,01)0—against dl*.
union. A few months later, when tha
nttaek on Fort Sumter stirred thc pa*,
gions of men, another vote was bad»
and tho earlier verdict was reversed by
about the same decisive figures.
"But ln Franklin county, where
stnte rights nnd secession claimed tbe
allegiance of the entire population
there was such Intense disgust over the
result ot the first election that, led by
the Hon. Pete Turney, afterward supreme court judge and twice governor,
the citizens held n mass meeting nnt\
solemnly passed an ordinance of secession from Tennessee. Of course, when
the state reconsidered in June. Frank-
Uu county was mollified and renewed
its allegiance."
Unlta of Meaaarc.
The editor was taught by his govern*
ess that three barleycorns measured
one inch, and nt the mature age of six
years he detenuinod to test the accuracy of this statement. He had no difficulty In finding the barleycorns, but
somehow ho three grains that he
picked up in the chickens' yard agreed
with the formula. Be never attempted
the more scientific test which ls thu»
described: "The length of n pendulum
oscillating In a second iu vacuo at sea
level lu the latitude of London is
3K.13020 inches, nnd from the knowledge of this fact the standard of the
Inch, foot nnd yard can easily be obtained should the official standards nt
any time be lost or mislaid." When ia
1834 the "standard" measure wns destroyed by fire at the bouse of parliament an attempt was made to restore
it by tho pendulum test, but pendulums, like barleycorns, were found not
to agree—London Chronicle.
um lie «:••« onr
Tho famous Liddell, who, with
Scott, compiled Liddell nnd Scott's
lexicon, was dean of Chrlstchurcb
college, Oxford. It wns whispered lo
regard to the lexicon that Liddell provided the money ami Scott the brains.
A young undergraduate was haled before the dean for some misdemeanor.
"I hoar, Mr. -—, that you have n pretty wit for Impromptu verse," snld the
dean. "If you will write one on tho
lexicon I will let you off." The young
man thought n moment and then said:
"There's a Lexicon written by I.lddoll and
Scott;
Some of It's Rood, nnd some of It's not.
The  part  that  ls  good was written  bjr
Scott,
The part Ihnt was written by Liddell Is
rot."
—London News.
The Silk SlillinliiB Orator.
A mollusk that might tako nn impor-
taut place In textile industries If it existed In sullicient numbers Is found ln
warm seas, especially on the coast of
Sicily. It is the 'pinna, a genus of wing
.Shelled bivalves, of which one species
attains a length of two foot. To attach
Itself to the rocks It spins n cable of
strong liliimonts. polled collectively tho
byssus. These threads are wonderfully
strong, silken in texture nnd have been
woven Into various delicate fabrics. A
pair of gloves from this material may
be seen In the British museum, nnd
line mummy cloths mnde from It hy tho
ancients are slill preserved,
,
W    N    U    No THE DRILL. SLOCAN, B. C JULY 1. 190>
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C. E. Smithebinoale, Editor snd Prop.
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Legal Advertising 10 cents a line for
tha first insertion and 5 cents a line each
enbsequent insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, $7-each.
Transient advertisements at sain* rates
ai legal advertising.
Locals will bu charged 10 cents a line
ter each insertion.
Commercial Bates made known upon
application.
Th< Subscription is #2 per year, strictly in advance*, |2.60 a year if not so paid.
Address sll letters to—
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FRIDAY. JULY 1st, 1904.
DRILL   POINTS.
Today is the last dny to obtain the
rebate on city taxes.
Born.—Ou -lime 24th, the wifo of
Peter Swan, of a son.
Mrs. D. St. Denis nmi children are
visiting friends jn Nakusp.
Nels Holgren left on Tne sday to
take up bis residence in Hope.
D. S. McVannel, the new postmaster, takes over the postoflice today.
J. Docksteader, of Nelson, was here
Monday, rustling life insurance vie*
' tims.
Capt. McKinnon is now in charge of
the helm on the str. Slocau, vice Capt.
Reid,
Express money orders are payable
everywhere. They are cheapest and
j-af est.
In common with other towns, insurance companies have raised their rates
iu Slocau.
Kitimaat Harlioris spoken of as the
Assured Pacific terminus of the Grand
Trunk road.
Nakusp is celebrating Dominion
day in royal shape. This place sent a
few visitors.
The heavy frost of last week destroyed much garden truck iu the
valley ranches.
The sacrament of the Lord's supper
will be dispensed in Knox church on
Sunday evening.
Sandon and New Denver school
children held a joint picnic on the lake
shore Wednesday.
Hard times will lessen the Slocan
.crowd that usually takes in the Nelson
•sports on Dominion day.
A bargeload of lumber came down
from the Ten Mile mill Mouday, for
shipment to the Northwest.
The O. S. Lumber Co. have all their
log6 ran out of Wilson croek, and almost all out of Bonanza creek.
Next Friday the license commissioners meet, to arrange the transfer
of the license of the Arlington.
T. H. Twigg, one of the best known
labor leaders in the west, died in Victoria Friday of consumption, agod 35.
W. Boie came in on Saturday from
the Boundary and passed through to
New Denver.to see his wife and young
sou.
Overtures have at various times been
made by several outfits to purchase
the entire assets of the local lumber
concern.
Miss Few has resigned her position
on the public school staff. She left
for her home near Victoria on Saturday morning.
A special train leaves Sandon early
this morning, connecting here for the
Nelsou celebration. It will return tomorrow night.
Boie Bros, have a grading contract
of a mile and a half on tbe (treat
Northern extension to Phoenix. They
employ KM) men.
Insurance companies are informing
various ll.V. towns to Improve their
fire figlitinj,' apparatus or they will
retire from business.
J. A. Faulds arrived in from Victoria on Tuesday evening, to take a
clerkship at the depot, vice Mr Hinton
transferred to Nelson.
In justice to IolniI advertisers. The
Drill this week declined a large nd*
vertising .contract from nn eastern d -
piirtmental store.   'Null sed.
Next week Capt. Reid will assume
command ofthe tug Sandon. and will
tow down from tlie bead of the lake a
big Ixioiii of logs for the local mill.
Messrs. McNeish anil Arnot went
up to Sandon on Wednesduy.to attend
a meeting of the retail businessmen
'of the country. It's all up with the
Nelson wholesalers.
An order iu council has been pawed
by the dominion government authorizing the payment of the labor time
checks of Carlson & Porter, for the
Lardo railway construction.
W. T. Shatford & Co. have decided
lo clear out their entire line of ladies'
shirt waists, and have put a price on
them that is l-ouiid to make them go.
Call early and get first choice.
The Drill will print you, on short
notice nnd iu anv amount, shipping
tags, billheads, statements,letterheads,
noteheads, memos, receipts, envelopes,
visiting cards, business cards, bills of
fare, di-irlirers. posters, et". "•*-*. Will
iuv qiihlirv i'i' | .ic
Pay up your subscription.
Con Murphy returned Wednesday
from a trip to Vernon.
Rowland Machin, Bennet's fuse
man, was here Tuesday.
Mrs. W. H. Brandon, Silverton, is
spending a few days here.
The Black Prince owners will crown
grant their principal claini.
Nick McKian was in town Monday
renewing oid acquaintances.
There will be good chances for
speculators here on the 25th.
Wilson Bros., Victoria.are establishing a wholesale grocery at Nelson.
Half of Teu Mile's population went
to Nelson Mouday, to take in the cir
ous.
W. Koch hns a contract for building
a two mile flume at the Alice mine, at
Creston.
Mrs. John Bourne, Nakusp, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards, at
the station.
Born .--In New Deliver, on June 24,
the wife of Wm. Thomlinson, of a son.
Here's ta thee, lad.
Warm weather has prevailed this
week, the thermometer registering 110
in the sun on Wednesday.
Hon. Messrs. McBride and Green
are touring the Boundary and Koote-
nav towns, looking nfter government
affairs.
If you need anything in the boot
and shoe line, call at W. T. Shatford
& Co.'s. They have the most complete
stock in town.
A carload of shingles wns sent out
on Wednesday by the local mill company, to Elmira, Ont. It was No. 11
for the season.
If a class of sufficient numbers can
Ih; obtained, high school studies will
be undertaken at the school next term,
running two hours after the regular
lessons each day. Those desirous of
joining will consult with Priucipal
Hindle.
A friend has written from the coast
that a spiritualist medium has proclaimed that The Drill man is to
really and truly expire on October 18
next; cause, ii mine explosion. All
enemies will kindly prepare to chortle:
all friends will please prepare their
crepe liands and attend the funeral.
Delinquent subscribers will be among
the chief mourners.
made a satisfactory strike during ihe
day on the Combination claim, situated near the old bridge on Springer
croek. He has been working single-
handed for some days, confining his
labors to the upper tunnel. His strike
consists of a foot of white quartz,which
is plentifully sprinkled with galena
andiron. George is working away,
expecting any time to run on to a
bunch of the shipping article.
Arlington Arrival!.
Out-of-town visitors at the Arlington
hotel duriug the week were: N. F.
McNaught, J. W. Callard, Silverton;
A. G. Gainer, Strathcona; F. Long,
Sandon; J. M. Martin, D. Berg, Nelson; S. Bieden, Spokane; T. MoCros-
sin, Miles, Wash.
Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that at the
expiration of 30 days from date, I intend
to apply, at a special sitting of the board
of license commissioners of the city ol
Slocan, for a transfer of the retail liquor
license held by me for the Arlington
Hotel, situated on lots 1 and 2, Block A,
Slocan, to Geo. Henderson. KNowLEg
Dated, June 7.1904. __
MIMING   RKCOBOS.
Appended is a complete list of the various records registered atthe local registry office, H. P. Christie being mining
recorder:
LOCATIONS.
June 20—Lakeview, south from town,
H A Hicks.
ASSKS8.MK.NTS.
June 2b—Fir.
22—Constance, Zlllah!
24—Relianci, Sheffield.
25—Anchor, XLCR, Porcupine, Se-
vile, Maple Leaf, Sunbeam, Fallen Leaf.
TRANSFERS.
June 24—Lone Dutchman Vs, T Henderson to J A Kirliimtiick.
Timber Notice.
NOTICE ll hereby «lV*Ml,thSt%lrtydWtrftol
tint* 1 intend to tippy to tlio Chief Com-
mls^ioner of Laud* & Works, at Victoria, tor n
„ license to cut and carry away timber
f on, lhi followinp described lands, situated on
BoberUon creek, West Kootenay district: Com.
mencini at a post p anted about ten chuins
3o! tie •oiith-east corner of Geo. Larcher's
MMtnptloD, ruimiiw* thence HD chains nor .;
ihence SO chains east; thei.ee 80 chains south;
tlience 80 chains west, to point of commence-
'*•"•'•                             FRANK PURVIANCK
Dated May 14th, WM. 	
Timber Notice.
OTICK is hereby «lTen that thirty days after
. , date I intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands ft Worki.at Vlctona.fqr two
Certificate of Improvements
muck llmiuty and White Reality Mineral
Claimi.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of the West Kootenay District
Where located :—At the head of Mineral creek and Lucky George creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. D.  McGregor, acting as agent for J. J. Mulhall, F.M.C. No. B58932; S. 8. Planter,
F M.C. No. B5H1HHI;  J. J,  Banfleld, F.
M C. No 058947j Eric I.emieux, F. M.
C.  No.  B60079,   and J. M. McGregor,
Freo   Miner's  Certiflcate  No. B60003,
intend, sixty days from the date bereof,
to apply t  tbe milling recorder for certificates of improvement, for the purpose of obtaining Crown grants of the
ubove claims.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the iseuance of such certificates of
improvement.
Dated this 20th d&v of Mav, 1904.
27-504 "W. D. McGREGOR
N
School Report.
Last month the average daily attendance in the first division of the
public school was 27.38; pupils attending during the month 80; tardiness of
pupils 14; visits hy trustees3; visits by
other persons 44. For the year jnst
closed the first division reported: No.
of days school was in session, 213:
average at tendance 27.57; 0HE63 of
corporal punishment 6; tardiness of
pupils 141; visits by trustees 10; visits
by inspector 1; visits by other persons
79; total number ou roll 45; total boys
19; total girls 2<\
Striks on the I'onibliiHllam.
Geo. Stoll was wearing a happy
smile on Wednesday evening, having
NOTICE.
Respecting Coal and Petroleum I.iamls In
South-Kant Kootenay.
>T*OTICE is hereby given that licenses to pros-
I pert fur conl and petroleum upoa ami un
der lands situated within Block I,M13, South-
East Keoteuay, will be issued forthwith to all
persons who have mado proper application, in
pursuance of tlie provisions of tho "Coal Mines
Act'' and amendments.
Tlio fee for each license will beSlOO, nnd all
applicants who hav* not deposited accepted
Imnk cheques to cover that amount nre hereby
reipiii'i'il to do so without further notice.
Licences will be issued iu the following form,
viz:—
"Minimi   LtCBKCE  ihhcf.1)  under the Co.u.
Minks Ait ami Amkndmenth.
"In consideration of one hundred dollars now
paid under the said Acts, and subject to the
provisions thereof, I. W. 8. BON. Deputy Commissioner. Bctlnfl for the Chief f ouimiSfiunor of
Lands nnil Works, licenon
tu enter, profpeot, learon and work for coai nnd
pi'troleuiu i but no oilier metal or mineral I upon, in and under all thai piece or parrel of
mineral  laud  ■ltuata  in  nud  forming part of
iti.x'U 1,583, Rati Kootenay Dbrtrlot, ana de-
■arlbed n* follows:—
and nol exceeding in lhe whole six hundred and
forty statute acres.
"Owing to tlm mitiihitr of applicants for li
c I0CM to protocol for coal and petroluiim, and
the peculiar rimini'timei*. surroiinilinv Ihe application for ami issuance of t hr-o licenses, and
i'i.' well-known fact that tlio [itUBnoe lias lieen
Unavoidably suspended for sii many months.the
UovrnuiHiil of llritish Columbia Iliul*. it Impot*
■tbleto determine llio ni|iiitul>lo rights of the
numerous applicants. Therefore, for the purpose of enabling all  persons to ii"  before tlie
proper tribunal for tne determination of their
respective rights nnd priorities, this licence is
Issued and accented subject to such prior ri^hls
nf other persons tt may exist bv law. and the
dale u( this licence is not to be taken or held ua
in any
tln'i' il
rjulry by the Courts into Ilie proper perform,
a nee of r.il conditions precedent as between ad-
vei lalmaatsi and further.on the understand*
mil llial tlio Government shall not be held re-
sii'.insible for, or iu connection with,any conflict
which may arise willi other claimants of tho
sameg.roUnd| and that under no circumstances
will licftiise fees bo refunded.
"And the holder hereby waives any claim or
dniunud auaiusl Ihe Oovernment. and expressly
u^iees not to take any steps or proceedings, or
present any petition, to enforce uny nil,it ial
claim or demand iiKuinst the (lovernmniitof lhe
I'loviiice of British Columbia arising out of the
Issuance of this licence or of any other matter
or thiiiau appertaining thereto.
"The laml being under reserve from pre-emption uilMM tnli lloanM does not Include anv
right other thnn the right to pro.-pect forMl)
and petroleum.
"The duration of thi> licence is for one year
from the , 1(K>   .
SCUM determining such priority, and fur-
-hnll not hn taken or laid lo waive en-
"Deputy Commissioner of Lands a Works.
'Lauds and Works Ilcpartmenl,
"Victoria, ll.C, . im   ."
8, F. GREEN,
Chief (V,iiinil*".jr,ner of Lrin't-. A V.'oil
V ' ''
City Bakery
Guaranteed the Best Bread
in the Slocan camp.   .   .   .
Also carrying a full line of
CONFECTIONERY
FRUITS
TOBACCOS
CIGARS
CIGARETTES
PIPES, ETC.
D. B. O'NEAIL, SLOCAN
****** *■*.*
miSSlOOer VI Maaaaaaaia*   .. v. »-,-. .- ,--—  -     -
special licenses to cut aud carry awny timber
from the following described lands, situated on
Robertson creek, west Kootenay district:—
First Locution.
Commencing at • post, about one mile north
of Oeorge Larcher's pre-emption, thence W)
chains west; thence SO chains south; thence NO
chains east; tlience SU chains north, to point of
commencement,
Neconil Location.
Commencing at a post, about two miles north
of (im Larohor's pre-emption, tnenee unchains
west ■ thence SO chains south; thence 80chains
east;'tlienceH(l chains north, to point of commencement.                    CHAS.MEDLINGER
Dated May llth, 100L	
I niRAL IlflL
SLOCAN, BC.
Med. Supt., J. P. CADE, M.D.
• •• 1 nJCeee
ROYAL HOTEL,
Mrs. A. Mason, Prop.
If you want a touch of
home life, como along,
boya. The best table
iu town; nice large,airy
bedrooms. Special rates
to steady boarders. . .
The lx*i t sample looms
in town	
Arthur Street, Slocan
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To Anna Farini, or to any penea or
persons to whom she may have trans
ferred her interest in the Coronation
and Memphis mineral claimi, situate.!
on Twelve Mile creek, anil recorded in
the ltocorder'e office for the Slocan
City mining division.
You are hereby notified that we.
James Smith, F.M.C. No. B69005, and
Charles Urand, F.M.C. No. B6d037, have
caused to bo expended the sum ol four
hundred and teu dollars in labor
and improvements on the above mentioned mineral claims, in order to
hold said claims under the provision! of
the Mineral Act; and if within 00 dayi
from the date of tliis notice you fail, or
refuse, to contribute your proportion ol
mch expenditure,together with all com
of advertising, your interest in laid
claims will become the propeity of the
subscribers, under lection 4 ot an Act
entitled "Aa Act to amend the Mineral
Act, 1900."
Dated at Slocan, B.C., thii 14th day of
May, A.D. 1904.       JAMES SMITH
21-5-04 CHARLES RRANP
SteelRanges
for $18.25.
Why bt without a ranWwh
you can get one so cheap ?,-jw
arepreferrabletostovi'santliriv
better satisfaction. ThessriS
bum wood or coal tt„d wi!,\
set up free.
H. J.
TINSMITH   AND PLUMBER,
R
ATES: Regular auhseribers, $1 per mouth
ii or$10 a year: ruiu-subscrilwrs (exclusiveof
medical attendant**)fi per dny. Private wards
|!1 per das extra. Special facilities for maternity cases.
For further particulars apply to.
D. B. O'Neail, Sec
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