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 We are In receipt of a large quantity of
SHELF GOODS AND CUTLERY,
5-OALLON OIL CANS WITH PUMPS,
WASHING HACHINES,
ALL SIZES GALVANIZED AND
PRESSED  WASHTUBS-CHEAP
T. D. Woodcock & Co.,
Blocan, British Colombia.
Underwear Talk:
You want something to choose from, don't
you ? You also want the best value for your
money. Both can be had at our store. We
have the largest range ever shown in Slocan,
and as good Goods as are shown anywhere.
Nothing small but the price.
MEETING Ol*  COUNCIL
WATERWORKS   SCHEME   ...Ml)    UK-
PORK 'I'll l'l ALUKIIMKN.
HO*B**l, l.B'lBBlsif*; issisl Tisylnl'  Oll's-r to I'slt
lss aSyateui Ifroin Goal Cr-ael* for Leaa
TIlHtt 'I'l'BB i'tBSSSS'.ISllll     lllllllSI''.      A   ii'SIS-
piiiauj i.mui Authorised,
All thr members of the city council
were present nt Monday night's* meeting excepting kid. Barber,
Communications read: Prom Vic
torla Colonist, re printing of debcii
tiu'rs.   Ordered filed,
Bills presented: City payroll hn*
October, $121.66. Ordered paid. Bill
fur teaming from Pioneer Livery
Stable, $1, Referred to finance com:
mittee,
Mil. McCallum, for the special coin*
mittee on fire protection, stated thnt.
W. T. Shatford & Co.
A. YORK &
Dealers in Fresh and Salt
Heats, Vegetables and Provisions. Goods shipped to
any part of the Slocan.
Highest cash price paid for
raw Furs.
their report wns nol yd quiteoom*
pli'ted, as they purposed bringip r in
a duplicate estimate on .1 water system, as vm'11 as Kre protection.
A financial statement of the city
was then read, the saint' having been
drawn up at the instance of the Nelson hanks in connection with thi' mill
debentures, In brii
reads:
Assessed value of taxation
, Value uf taxable propertj
Value of exemptions	
loating th'lit	
1 Debenture debl	
A- sets owm I liy city...,
1Hh t revenues, licenses..
Presonl rale of taxation:
11 mills on land and half
value c•' improvements...
A long di sue ina followed on this
matter aud the necessity of raising a
temporary loan t 1 meel all nil.. 1 I i into the end of thc year.
Mayoi York  thought  it  woul 1 ro
uuii'i' 11b ul  SVM i I ■ cover all 1 bor
Againsi thai there stands abont
dollars, city to take over system immediately ni' completion."
The reading of the proposition was
a surprise to the aldermen, who had
bad uo idea of anything stirring, The
I dads had held to tbe general idea that
a system would cosi SKl.OOi).
Aid, McCallum would like lu see a
committee al ouee appointed. In deal
villi Ih'' question ami uol I" lei il
drop oni "I sigbl,
'I'lir mayor said ii was a capital and
economical system, which wasbadlj
wanted lur fire protection.
Tin aldermen generally favored go
in - in fur an electric light plan! as
well, t'nc additional cost being nol
more than 15000, Thecombined idea
was a money producer and -tumid be
encouraged.
'Iii'' mayor said it was unfortunate
tli" proposition came up at sueh a kite
11 ■:; as the presi at council could do
nothing during the balance of their
term, bul ho trusted the incoming
board vvuiild take up the scheme and
adopt it.
Matter lefi  to the fire committee,
they to report on it
bio.
Ur
nossl
gether those directly or indirectly connected with the lead industry, have
decided to invite all Interested to a
conference, to be held in the Board of
Trade rooms at Nelson, B.C. Tho
lirst session will lie held on Nov. 21.
at I p.m., and such further sittings ns
may be deemed necessary will hear
ranged for,
The object of the conference is to
consult with our member, W, A. Galliher, K.C., M.P., as io the best ways
and means the government may adopt
to artist, in the development of the
lead mining and kindred industries.
Kindly communicate (his general
invitation to any gentleman of your
acquaintance who mav not be known
by nam" to the committee,
A large and representative gathering
is looked for. ami it is hoped thai
those attending will come prepared to
express their views on the subject;
several gentlemen intimately connected with the leadmining industry having already promised to. address the
meeting.    Yours very truly,
S. S. Fowls** for Committee
Nelson. B.C., Nov, 12.
OUR   ORE   SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL   SHOWING    MAUI'.
THIS    DIVISION.
BT
ii' ■ rarding the staking of tli ■ water
right on Springer creok, the solicitor
slated through tlie mayor that it waB
a heavy, matter, but it was beingat-
tended to.
Ah!. McCallum said  it was time
the statement  now 1 lappoiui a police magistrate for
the city, .1 • the new mill would bring
2030861 i'1 more population,   lie took great
175127 00 pleasure   in   recommending   11.   D.
11.216 60 Curtis for the position,    lie would alii;;! DO so like lo ■ th" magistrate ::iven tin
*v),,(.' power of holding .t small debts court
5941 ".',)! which would be of greal benefit to tin
2,2**2 00 business peopl
SLOCAN,
B. C.
Tl:
ma
it'll
  vor favored the appointment
and tlis' dilic • would no doubl b ■ self
sm tniuing.   On tli" rocomrn snd going
i i tii" governm ml  would no doubt
m tltej he np* lintm -nt.
Aid Met ,'aihi n 1 lover! Iho recoiri'
mendati a of Mr, - lurtis. nl a sal in
■ I -'..'. ja . m nth. 8 'eond ■! liy Aid.
V  s  i -. ;;.: i    rri tl,
'. •., ■    • 1  11  ;'■, it  all parti ■   con-
■ 1  ! had  In . a 1  1: d 1 1 turn their
!  into the ban!; for the mil) -i'i'1.
$1200 of unco lot-tod taxes. Sao unf ^a—^ _ ,„_____.
licenses, and 54Sfi ol unp.-i 1 taxes lo The 1ms  ofthe rnilwav ii bl of wi*.
'•'""■;: '        1 . ■ bl , !t ••',. 1   r] 0 : ite ' fixed up,
•  »   .1 rn
1 remitted by tl
Love Lightens Labor1!!:
i and 1
So does SUNLIGHT SOAP. One woman will do
more and better work than two will with common
soap. Sunlight Soap in the house lightens labor.
One ounce of Sunlight Soap is worth two ounces
of common soap.      Get some and try it yourself.
th.
dues froi 1 th
Co-operative Associatioiutd.
Sloean, British Columbia,
Arlington
Plotel
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
Offers up-to-date accommodation for the
Public.     It is the home of Travelling,
Commercial,.and Mining Men.
QETH1NQ & HENDERSON, - Proprietor,.
Sails tne (pinn
"11"..)"..! bn il       .:::: 01   IV- neWrA
8cho 1 dues from the govornm ml
in,',iid  li.' -as >.s will be ro
leaving a tofal do icil oi ■■'• ,'■'.■'■. whi h
includes   th i   do triiiy   debl oi StiOO
Th ■ ta? :     ad from lhe governm ml
is lil.rlv !..!>■ paid in befon tho end• °" "'
of tlie year, still fur;!' ■>: reducing
debt,    1.1 i.ii all in all the Quail i tl
standiugoi tho eity is better thi ■ full
than it iv;is  !;,-i  year, for the unpaid
taxes will more than meel all ind bl
edness,    There had been   but one
third of ih • taxi - paid in as yet.
Aid. McCallum moved th I a loan
of $700 be raised al the bank, to run
tw.) months, s ■ -onded by Aid.
Nichol aad carried.
His woi ship i I It ! ho had paid delinquent tns is en four lob incltid d
in too mill site, a i they war ■ tdvertis
ed for sale by ths government, nnd il
woultl nol do to have lhe Inn I phv
iu j" ipardy. The I txea nm mt 11 i
$16.Oii and  th ■ lots wer ■ I be
Messrs. John ion and Farini 11 id Mrs.
Schoinberg.
Then lhe mayor said t,; il lately h
had been a Ivo mti i r n w iter system
for the city. 1 li • n In ai of the mill
had ease I tha i itu ition a greal deal
an 1 ii w iu] I i '"■ be pos iible to raise
th.* nee • - in s'i ' i • '" thai purpose,
Wnter and eleel ii ; tern   i mi
bined would nel n h indsom i re*.
the citv.    A  bylaw co ild bo sub-
ine '   'i
" ' ' ■'     in;; hi   •'■.
Co.:': '! : Ljourni
with th • mil
PRECIOUS METAL OUTPUT.
World'! Produotlon of (loiil  usul SUva?
i.aKt  Vear.
George E. Roberts, director of the
United States mint at Washington,
has completed his report upon the
production of the precious metals for
the calendar year 1901. The final figures of the world's output show that
the production of gold and silver of
the (British Empire amounted to5133,-
r>ll,.300, or $21,716,700 in excessof the
output of the United States, which
was $111,759,100,
Of lhe United States output$33,*
128,400 was silver, reckoned at its
commercial value, and $78,666,700 in
gold. Australasia, diuTng the same
p iriod, produced u'old to the value of
576,880,200, or about une and one-half
millions less than the  United Si,ties.
Th -<■ ai-.' Mr. Roberts' figures, bul
. ireful examination of Ids tables
hows thai they are hardly so com-
plel ■ as they appear to be. lt is probable thai a DOrtlOU of the Yukon ffOld
I,list. Vs'hi'h Bklpiliailtl Wars. Iir.l » Tiinfs—
A lls'ultls.v l-lvlsli'isi'ss ssf tlss. I.if., unit
IY<'i>lHi sif tlssi <lamp Arlington the
Hl|tt."s*isl Slsl|i|iur.
Exports from the division this week
wore very slim, consisting only of 20
inns of slimes from tlie Enterprise
mill. The roads are so bad on Ten
Mile and Springer creeks that nqthing
sail be moved, and tin* advent of
sleighing alone will relieve the s'.rnin.
'Ihere is an al lindane • of ore at the
various mines waiting to go out and
the managements ara endeavoring* to
bs- patient, but it is a tedious task.
For 1900 the exports from this division amounted to 2847 tons, made up
from ten properties, Last year the
exports totalled 6529 tons, from fourteen pro] icil ies. Following is a full
ist of the local shipments this year to
v, i:;i; CO** WENOSD
Sawmill  Plnnl
dak    ^^^^
KINS.
Arlington	
Enterprise	
Ottawa	
Neepawa	
May	
Paystreak	
Duplex	
Fourth of July...
Florence	
Speculator	
Hampton	
WEEK.
2D
20
TOTAL.
8340
lsli'l*
7
101
a
5
7
11
1
4
4
5445
has
'.,' ".I I'll
dited tithe United States
in i 'Mil of to Canada, while some of
the smaller producers in the British
Empire d i not appear in the table* at
all, Borneo, ami the Straits Settlements generally, do not appear as
oroducers. as they should.   The cold
Here
11''
iduetion of Africa,
et (low
i as
SO .
Thos. i'.i'v. vie • pr isid ml of tli
I hit irio SI scan Lumb ■;• (' >., arrived
li . oa Thursday evening la:t. having bean detain id 1 in { : on the con I
than h.—«pecte 1. He has been qui! •
busy ■ er i ine i ■ ting things L
hap i Eg ; the er ': in al ince of a por-
ti m of the big$100,000 sawmill plant.
As a i la: I tr, on Monday he purchns -1
the cottage ot A. C.Smith, on the ■ nsi
"' '!.*!"d
Work wai also commenced this
n ■ k ou the foundation of tho firs! ol
th • buildings of the big plant, it will
be Cor the i bin ;'•• d partmenl and
it is t;i be"!)".it 11 on lhe i.i'-; ■ ih >• ■ at
the ea t of Hum • stre I. The m dn
building will b i V" ._' I feet and two
stories iii :'\ To this will also be a Id
cd an :.. 1 he engine house is to be a
separate building
with brick walls
ids of Springer ere -
up for an oliiei
111.11..
a fa
189,500, is probably a long way below
ths mark, although Iho production of
South Africa fell heavily owing to the
war. lit • total gold production of
the Dark Continent h. howevor, very
b Td to estimate, nnd the Bguros
i a are nol much of a criterion.
Th ■ production of the Empire is set
oul as follows:
('old. Silver.
An itralasia ... a,7i;,ss>i,2t»(l $7,829;500
Canada    24,128,600   8,145,600
lu.in (British)    9,895,900   ■
Africa    do.   .     9,089,500
Guiana do.    .     1,771,600
!'. Easl Indie-        861,700
Greal Britain.       276,300      133,000
Mr. Bolwrts eays that  (ht* annual
•) is imption of the precious metals is
■ • ; ; - ited i i round  numbers al '<s I,
000,0 10 gold and $57,000,000 silvi r.
WILS
5L0CAN, B. C.
j I K ".'•ammt^a^^m
■ niiti.'il i.i t'a ■ rati paj - ; ir raising
'. ths- in in ',v an I lib and n i doubt of ii
, carrying, In coi n cti i Ih in with li i
I had greal pleasure in nibmittin : the
i following lot I i' from ('. M. Gethin"
and   C.   I'>.   '!".''
plain ii . If:
"Bell
need | 	
I'm
. 1,1 .li
lit)
:.;: '1
. apa
Is reached by any trail or road
that run* Into the Town.
Do not go  past  Its  door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
^^^^   tobi
u I i.i i! • [irepro if,
  a.i 1   hi   ''s'.s.i   is'.!'.
i!'   : there will bo a blnck niith shop
and t   il hi i  >,  i'ii" mill will bi
with (our . ompl 't saws
: turniu : out I I! lin -lea a
lay. ll I i . • ,■■ .-li 1 to .■ ivo tia'
i [in operation bi fore spring, by
which iti.i" a dry kiln will also be
,*.(. Fi'ank I'i'ovo i will hnvo
■im ',: io th eoi tru< tion i*ang, 1 h •
I fouudtition ■ " the mill  ..id be piled
tsi form a
tiuuj" cl ise lo '."•'l ! des
il of waterworks for liiv protection
He <iiy to be in m-:-ml, ''■■•'■'■• '] ■ -.;■•• -
•   - . e i,...ii,„,I soii'l bed.    lie.' ( .l'.U. has very kind
e iriven  'v '"'"' "■' ^e*1' :''';l!;i hammer fur tin
i.s I. , .    di'i'.iii r oi iii*' piles.
thofo]       All th  .      ~
tho dimension stufi bebigsent here al
on ■■■ fl'om tho i. iad of the lake, where
i  . ,   ei  o   have   been   employe;!   for some
aud domestic purposes, wi
•••••••••■■••••a^	
lv.   We ventura to propose tlie 101           frauung i
lowing Bystom, givin: spot ifi  ilion
as follows: City to obtain water rights
andrivrhl of ways water to bo takon I lf" ""'.   --•-  •- -• ,H     —^
^^^^    ' * which will  days getting it out.    I hen when the
.,,|,.. r sp ri■.;• comes, the saw and  planinj
mill be erected, it havinsr a daily ca
T.s-u "*-s7or*siliiga ouOttuwa.
While grading ih i Bleigh road to
the Ottawa last week, tli ■ vein was
uncovered some distance below the
.No. :i tiiniie!. Some pi*eliminary work
do "• on th ■ croppings expi e '. o nice
streak of very highgrnde oro, A tun
nel has !■■ n itai'tsSd on thi i, to lie
known ns No, I. I! will give a depth
oi • ' I. I 1. low No. 3 and about till
in ile' dip of the vein, in the
Nu 3 the ore chute has been penetrated for 75 feet, boing lou.;.a' tnan anti-
eipatcd by thc management. Manager
McPhee is anxiom ly awaiting an opportunity to commence shipping.
Rich Oust    suss ll.iiisiils.ii.
from Goal ereek al
(rive b'tw.'.'-.i thrc
A. E.
He opened undei
(lie obi management.
Former customers
'rd|ally invited to return
The Royal Hot
„„.,„ ....-' »""•" »'-*"•■"•"	
I'liihling thorousrhly renovated
nnd re st -eked witli the best
I.\s. CROSS,
'ronrlctor:
a poill
•  and foil.
feel ofa fall.   Water to bo broughl to
reservoir by flume, whieh  will give a
supply of about Ihiv -
per minute,   This v
water tsi geaerata pow c
iimdrod gallons
will bo sufficient
for oleclric
Fruit, Confectionery,
~ ... ■ .«i.,
ight,   Storage reservoir tohold20,
ikk) gallon:.   .Pressure pi]     from re
servoir to s ity level lo be eight itu he
in diameter; water main lo be ix iu,
in diameter, and to b.' laid on Main
street, from   I letch >r avenu i to Lake
avonuo.   Main   to  bo laid  four feot
deep and havo hydrants al  Lake ave,
Delaney eve, Park ave, and [i'letchor
ave.   A four inch  branch   main
laid on Delaney ave to 11 ir• !d i li ■ ..
md to have livdraui on lusl m nti ui
I afreet.    \ totu' inch branch in tin
id on   Fletcher live to Harold
lo be
paeityof at least 100,030 feet. That
buildin;' will also bo a I irgo affair. It
is the intention of the compnuy also
t i build a powerful tug for towing
their logs from th • h JOtl of th • lake,
their pre- ml boa! uot boing heavy
e,i »ugn, Supt, 1 towuie camo up from
N'! "a on Tu ' i lay to arm i jo for tho
lea::"■;■ of tho railway right of way
is ir block !•' to i'i" company, a i stipulated in tho agi ■ im mt with lha city,
Mr. Chow's arrival has made quite
a change In the local industrial situa*
Hon, as n much healthier feeling pre
vails. Ho state
oil, rapidly nth
less than lie
\. I'. MeN',ri;lil censed work for
the vear on the Hampton last Friday
and he and Mrs. McNaught returned
to Silverton. R, E, Allen brought
down the ore this week for shipment,
amounting to tdua tons, and  it will
likely gO lOl'Ward to Nelson next. Week.
Some of Ills' ore is   ery rich, l<K) sacks      J,
going 1801 oz and '■'■'■> acka oven richer, tsn-ia on a trip.
1 do was encounl 'red last wi ek In thc
tunnel 70 feat from the portal.   Thi
has always paid Its way.
MINKS   AM)   MINING.
Two ears of ore passed through this
week from the Bosun.
The Slocan Star is mining its zinc,
for shipment to Kansas.
Sandon mines managed to export
(!;) tons of ore last wee!;.
(it'o. Aylwin purposes starting up
work on the Pontine, on Ten Mile.
One hundred and twenty sacks of
c.iv from the Bspubiic average "itJO oz
in silver.
The Enterprise mill is shut down
and Bom' ni rn laid olT, the bad roads
preventing shipments.
Thero is no change in the zinc situation, but it i.s believed the ore will lie
admitted free to the States.
No ore is being handled on the lake
lately, the bad roads preventing anything coming down from the mines.
The men employed on the Montreal
bv the Pioneer Mining Co. have completed their task and returned to Nel-
aon.
Parties went up vesterdav to open
up the Trail to the Black Prince,
and it is to be kept open through the
winter,
.1. M. M. Benedum has made a
pretty good riffle in Virginia. He will
return here in the spring to work the
Hoodoo,
Tom Tobin ami Hugh Cameron are
applying for a crown grant on tho
Monti :•'•>■ fraction, situated in tlio
Arlington basin.
.1. M. McGregor surveyed the workings of the Meteor last week and estimated thi' ore chute to Ih* 17 feel from
lhe end of the drift.
Al Teeter has his new tunnel on
the Kalispell in over 50 feet. He is
getting some very high grade ore,
carrying silver glance ami grey cop:
per.
The Pion ,'r Mining Co., owning the
controlling Interest in the Two
Friends, have purchased the Bank of
England claim alongside. It is crown
granted.
Visitors from Ten Mile state Frank
Griffiths hosunooreredthe lead in-low
his main workings on the Westmount
and encountered shipping  ore.   lie
deserves it.
N. F. McNaught has been confirm*
sd in his possession of the Hampton
group by the supreme court of ('ana-
da. which has dismissed the appeal
action of Van Norman s't al.
m
. he looks to
mce, doublinji
• yenrs.
io tin'
in si/s
Von can get anythinS In the* *f«Sg
require irum "-»•*»•    *-*•--       .    ,      »V
kept fresh and well assorted,   w
best the market affords.   » net
A. C.SMITH,
"rto* " SIOCAN
si
0 bt
lai
sire •(, and also to have 1 .drml  on
l.i-i named street. Both branch i win
to bo laid  four  foet   de ip.    Wo " li
(mild and furnish all material
.i:\ii CONFEKKNCE.
Hampb
Heimbllsi will ""islp.
I'm roB Drill
Sir,   Th-V
The Republic will haven carload of
ore ready to go out before the ond of
the month, having 15 tonsnowlying
on th" 'lump. Tho ore i-- being tak in
from tho main shaft, ft is carrying
considerable native silver and will
yield returns better th in >.'■■'', io the
ton.
Ol I.I.INOS.
M. McGregor has gone to Vie-
over from
agree to Dlllia ami iiinusii „„ "■■;.-      fsir,- '.tiie Nelson   Hoard of Trad.', j     .y\y, [rou fjovge will obtain nir from
" to turn over to the city  ofoioenn       .^ tanding tli I     i   tops have us  the Enterprise to operate its drill In
^^of^thoSS i  tb   a taken towards bringingto       I
am
the abovi
works foi
Chns, Dempster cams
sBoSBland On Wednesday.
(sen. Maxwell, M.P, for Burraid,
died in Vancouver this week.
S.Tiiitherland, C.P.ii. agent at Rose*
b-ry. his bean transferred to Vancouver', M. McCarthy taking his place.
Harvey Aitchison returned from
Spokane on Wednesday. His injured
••ve is slowly regaining Its sight, but
ll will never lie perfect.
A meeting of the executive commit
le" of St.Andrew's society will Ih* held
in the eity ball tonight (Thursday.)
Each member i- cetltiested to be pros*
, al -f-J-fk-s-lfSS-*.*.-*^^
TWEEN LOVE
AND DUTY.
A Novd by Annie Thompsoa.
tt®£m®^®®sm@®®®^®@®
CHAPTER V.
There were customs at tho Manse,
Which, like tlie laws of the Modes ninl
rersiuns, altered not. Every evening
at half past Bine, un exodus tosik
plnce from the purlor. Mr. Ferris
went to his study, und was supposed
io work for un hour or two; the
-.oiiiij? ludies went to their rooms,
untl were supposed to loss' no time in
go nu; to rs'st. Sm li had Indeed been
iho habits of nil three in former days,
istu ibey no longer usesl their time as
thev bud been is out to USB it Mr!
leiris did not .simly in the evening,
although his lump was always lit
i nd his books and writing material!
i laced in readiness; Instead, he sat
mui ruminated for un Indefln.te period with .uiii'iiiiiii! results, Qonerull.i
a int/o stole over his mind, through
which thoughts presented themselves
slow]** and vaguely while the large
sight-day clock ticked a mount, num aocompanliuont. 'Ibe
striking of the clock, or
u. sensation of cramp in hla limbs,
would rouse him after un Interval;
unsl he would rise nnd turn out tho
light, shaking iiis bend uml saying,
'Well, well, well!" in u profoundly
regretful tone, us though it were a
s.id thing that such profitable meditation should have un ond put to
it.     Kttte,   who lit  the lump at   nighl
und attended tsi it next morning,
wus quite aware that the pen ami
paper were unused ami the books un-
ilisturlii'd: yet, us tlie proper hour
approached, she never failed to say,
"Vou Will want to study now,
Uncle?" and he us invariably re-
sponiled,   "Yes,   child,  certainly."
To-night from her seat in the window, she stole glumes at the clos-k,
Waiting with feverish impatience for
Ihe time when her uncle's lamp must
bo lit. Although she l,ong*3d to be
nlnni*, it might seem strange If she
absented herself loo soon sm sucb an
occasion ns tli is. She held a worn
cock ln her hand, and liestowod sn
close a care on tbe darning of it,
that Mary looked at her with wondering disapproval. Surely It was
t cither respectful to her mule, nor
courteous to John, that Kate sboulsl
sent herself away from the rest of
l!iem, and work and take so little
notice. Po little notice; Had Mary
l.nown it, there was not a word
spoken nor a movement made, of
which Knte's souses failed to Inform her. Never had she been mora
conscious of her surroundings, never
more acutely aware of the Inflections in her companions' tones anil
the direction of their glances. All
the while, her needle flashed bnck
and forth, dartin-r under his strand
und over that with amazing rapislity
nntl precision. Seven times down the
row and seven times bnck, the
gleaming point appeared: Kate's excited fancy saw It drrsg out a syllable from benenth every thread-'To
you see your mistake, Kate? Do
you see your mistake, Kate?"
The time route at last She prepares! the study, nntl returned to
make t''e Usuunl siiL'trest ion about
work.     Mr. Ferris di'literated.
"Well,  not to-nielit,  Kate,  I  think
John will perhaps come and talk
with   me  ior a  wuiie.     ih.re   is     no
occasion for you two to stay up
lunger.''
o i400d-1.igl.ts wire said, und the
cousins went uystdTrs with their
urn s lin. ed about each other's
waists anil their hearts Widely sundered. They kissed eueh olher according to custom, and entered their respective rooms. Peace reigned without.
And whut within?
Mary carried With her the new§-
paier that Mr. Ferris had thrown
aside eurlier in tho evening. She
was so Conscious of her own intention in tuking it, that she bad hlush-
id quite guiltily and looked apprehensively at her companions as she
lifted it from the purlor table. Her
movement was unobserved, however;
nnd when she found herself ulone, she
hurried     to     ber    Window,    through
whish sufficient daylight still streamed tn make her independent of a
ran.Ile.
.-be searched carefully down each
column. It might "have bes'n supposed
lhat she was intensely concerned in
foreign aflfairs, thc doings of Parliament still assembled, uml topics of
more locul Interest. Truth to tell, she
wus searching only for one name, the
appearance of which in print on two
or threo occasions, had invested journalism with a solemn dignity la
Mary's eyes. Twice during her examination of tbe paper, her heart
began to beat quickly anil her fare to
glow; sho found the name of flavin
Wishart, Ess}., In the lists of guests
in the launch of the s.S. "Karoo,"
uml from another column she loariiesl
thut ho was seie of "a few generous
ansl philanthropic men" who were
starting a ri'lief fund for the sufferers
ft om the Cooper's Mill Eire. Sbe laid
the paper down, and sighed; "How
noble he Is!" she thought.
Then sho divested herself of her
drs'.ss, loosened her golden hair, and
ki.olt at the window to read her I tibia
and any ber prayers. It seemed very
di'i cult to fix her attention on the
veis s before her, her mind kept wandering to Iho laumh nnd thu Helief
Fund. In real distrsss. sho put
aside ber Bible and tried to pray —
to iliscnver presently that sho was in
the midst of an imaginary conversation with Gavin Wishart. Startled
and ashamed, Mury pressed her bunds
tigh ly over her eyes, and began to
pray audibly n a low whisper. Sho
th. n ed (.oil fssr having mude such a
good 11 an ni Gavin; *h« prated that
lis might always bo noble and generous  anil   beloved; that   he  might     ,al
wavs ne prosperous; that his pros-
je ity might iinike him love Hod
more; and - that it might perhaps
bo true — that — that — Mary
rose to hsT feet hurriedly wltb a
sudslen hurst of solis. "Ob me' 1 am
not praying rightly at all. Why am I
so wicked; how run l.'od forgive me?"
Half an hour later she was asleep.
In the next room, Kate knelt before her open window-. She had knelt
thero for an hour or more, perfectly
motionless. Her hands were clusped
before her on the window sill, her
face was very white, her eyes were
wide open and gazed upon the sea.
The golden color hud died out of
the sky, leaving it grey and dreary.
The sea looked desolate: its waves
lifted themselves listlessly and sank
upon the shore, as though every
movement were an effort. Kate was
not thinking about tbem, nor about
an,-,thing. Her mind seemed to have
wearied Itself out, With the iteration
of the Sentence that hud accompanied ber darning. Her faculties were
torpid, numb. The monotonous sound
of voices in the stuily below, confused itself with the monotonous dash
o; the waves without. Alter a while,
tho sound of voices censed, duos
wero closs'd ami bolted, the hnuse
was shut up for lhe night. Still Kate
knelt  at  her Window.
Prssently, sho felt a splash upon
her hand. She Isioked up to the sky,
the stars who shining down on her;
■he toucbi'd bor eves, tbey were wet
with toil's. Kate laughed then she
cuiiglit her breath in sudden terror—
the laugh bud such a dreadful sound
in it.
All at once, a flood of thought was
let loose, [louring itself out in low-
tone soliloquy.
"It was too good; of course it
could not tie for tne. T might have
known that; oil! I might have known
that Why are some so rich in love,
while others go starving all their
lives? Hunger hurts — hurts—hurts;
perhaps one can get accustomed to it,
in time .  .  .
"1        have        been insane.
I might have thought of
this, it is so natural. She was
here live years beforo I came: she
and Alice and he, were ulways together. I have been thinking of her
as a child. And all the time I
thought—1 thought he eared for
nie. Does one always find out tbe
truth, too late? I have been mistaken, I have been inordinately vain:
1 never knew before that 1 was vain!
Oh Mary! you could have spared it
so easily. Every one loves you: yssu
can make yourself love uny one. 1
cannot. 1 have loved him all these
years. I never knew it until to-day:
nnd now, it stretches itself back
through all these years. It is here,
alive, and 1 can't kill it. 1 would
strangle lt if I could, but I can't, 1
can't!" She wrung her hands iin-
pssts-titly.  .  .
"Well, there Is no use now, in
looking back. What am I to do'.'
looking tunic. What am 1 to do'.' What
am I to do? What do people do,
when they are shewn heaven, ami
then turned away from it? There is
work, of course. And I shall have
to see this going on. and listen to
their confidences, and make opportunities for them.     .  ."
She felt a sharp stab Of pain in
her shoulder; nnd dragged herself
wearily to her feet, realizing how
stiff and cold  she  was.    .
''RheumatismI" she said, with another mirthless laugh "An aching
shoulder nnd an aching heart, and
myself  In  blame  for  both  of  them."
She   struck   a   light   und   looked   at
her watch   it  wus nearly two o'clock.
With     her     ca lulls*   in   her   hand,   she
pushed   open   the  door  between     her
room  and  Mary's.     Mury  was asleep
For   a   long     time   Kate  stoost     and
watched     her.     As  she   looked   upon
the lovely face with its halo of gol-
uen nair, tne iioruness uuu um irom
her  own   features.
"Vou ure goosl, dear!" she whispered, "you deserve happiness. You
ure not strong enough to endure
hunger; it is right that you should
ulivii.ts hale lose about you." She
bent down to touch her cousin's
fi rs'hs-ad with her lips, then she stole
silently  back  to her own  room.
CHAPTEB VI.
There had been silence in the study
for tome time after ihe gentlemen entered it. Mr   Ferris, having adjusted
the lamp so that its light should illuminate tho face of his companion.
had seated himself where ho could
obtain a good view of that face. He
loied to look upon it; he was enger
to unto what differences had been
wrought in it during tins.* seven
ions of al sence. ile nodded his
lic.nl several tune- in mute approval
of the IItiiiIv closed lips and sspiaro
Jaw, the cleat' gre.\ eys'S nnd straight
dark eyebrows upon which his gaze
rented. At length ho SpokS; and it
wns then that Kate heard the monotonous sound of voices mingle   with
the monotonous Hound of  tlie surf,
"it   runt nis     uie  to  See  ysiU   hero,
lad," he suid.
"Indeed, sir, it contents me to be
here."
"Ah! Vou were not always so
easily contented "
John Isioked up with a good-buin-
nroil smile
"Have ynu not forgiven me yet, for
going to Melbourne? 1 thought my
success would justify me."
Mr. Ferri! Shook his hend Ha bail
ben John I'avfind's guardian for
ninny years, and the young mnn had
only once acted in direct opposition
10 h S advice, it was this solitary in-
st.ince oi opposition that the
thoughts of both reverted now.
"What ate your plans, Ind; have
you come home to settle bere?"
"No Indeed, sir, it would bo utter
folly to lo.i\e Melbourne at present. I
have done much, but I mean to do a
great deal more I do not think of
taking a longi r holiday than four
months, or six at the most."
Mr. Ferris compressed bin lipe; ho
was disappointed and vexed to be
thus rominded that his advice was
no longer wanted.
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A FLAG
RAISING
By JAMES  BUCKHAM
Speaking of perfect Impplnes"., ever
notice u boy carrying a pup?—Atchison
Ulobe.
****        Copyright, 19ul, by James lluckham
mU+®m>&4y®4r4+^4ys+S>i
The little white house of the Partridge "t<irls" luy busking tn the suiii-
tn**i- sunshine. It seemed the very em-
l.tiiliiiifiit of orderly thrift und domestic pence. The bit of green yard was
us clean and tidy as if it hnd been
swept and theu every separate grass
blade dusted anil set Iu orderly urray.
The two glists-ning paths tluit led one
up to the front door und the other
along the side of the house to the
"kitchen stoop" were Inclosed by slen-
ds-r round posts, through whieh ran a
single strand of wire. The posts nnd
their connecting wire were puinted n
fresh, lustrous green. There were also
six green posts ulong the sidewalk in
front of the house, sluing together by
u  green wire, nud  nt each corner of
the    two    |iislli.    stood    a    large    -svblte-
wiishesl stone, so dazzling white that tt
made the eyes ache like new fallen
snow. -The entire premiss's hud a look
of immaculate neatness that wade
them seem sacred, like some faue or
little temple, unsl Indi'cd they were
sacred to the Partridge sisters, who
hail descended from a long line of old
fashioned New England worshipers ut
the Bhrlne of borne.
Inside thr place was as neat ns outside. Nobody ever found the Partridge
"girls"' lu a muss, liven when they
cleaned house tbey did It so steulthlly
ami with such amazing rapidity und
precision tlmt no one room was suf-
fi'i'fd to lie out of apple pie order for
more than ten consecutive minutes.
It was a marvelous little home this
of the Partridge sisters. Tlie minister
onee said that it wus 11 composite of
Puritan conscience and New England
sentiment, nud that there WU only oue
thing more Impressive than its severity, and that was Its sweetness.
In such a hums' as this, It would
seem, one might retire nnd be nt rest
from nil tlie cares and strifes and troubles of the uneasy world. There were
not n few who envied tlie Partridge
sisters their little patrimony nnd their
little home, the one just equal to th?
other, with un exactness beautiful to
contemplate in this world of exasperating mistits.
YVt there Is uo corner of old earth,
however remote and peaceful, where
some trouble dots not find Its way.
The skeleton In this quiet closet was
chronic difference of opinion between
tlie sisters, 11 trouble that Is almost
sure to rise between two persons of
tlie same blood untl sex who are compelled to spend most of their time In
one until li rs company, With tbe Partridge sisters this ini'iitul divergence
named to bave no root In divergence
of principle, it made practically uo
difference what tbe opinion was. Ko
long as it was hild strongly by either
sister the oilier felt bound to disagree
wiih It. June and Ellen could be of
one mind mi but one matter, and thut
was purely congenital—tbe passion for
neatness,
The June sunshine rested like n ben
Cdlction on the Partridge cottage. The
ruses in the front yard nud the sweet
peas lu tlie busk yiiril were In bloom.
A golden robin wus singing lu an elm
across the street, untl the Partridge
sisters' canary wns vying with blm
from his cage In the open window.
Jane uml Ellen were out in the yard
weeding their flower beds and roaming hither and thither after the manner of hens to pick up I11llnitesi111.il
bits of litter between the gniss blades.
Suddenly Miss Ellon straightened up
uud gazed curiously at something tbat
wus coming down the villuge street.
It was an Ordinary lumber wagon, with
the box removed, und fur iu tbe rear
an extra axle uud pair of wheels.
Something long nnd white and tapering was stretched from the forward
axle of the wagon to the extra axle
and wheels trailing behind.
"What In the world can that be com
ing?" uski'd Miss Ellen,
"I presume it's our new Bngpole," replied Miss Jane, the elder spinster.
"Our uew flagpole?" cried ber sister
shrilly. "What do you mean, June
Partridge? Who said we were goiug
to huve a flagpole?"
"I said so," answered Jane. "I ordered it, and it's coming. I didn't say
anything to you about lt because I
knew you would object beforehand,
and 1 thought you might as well do
your objecting afterward; 'twould save
time. I wanted to have the pole here
lu time for the Fourth of July. I've
been thinking for some time that we
ought to be more putriotic thuu we
are, and 1 couldn't think of any better
way for two lone women to show their
patriotism than by owning a flag and
flagpole. We can't go to wur, we can't
vote, we can't speak In town meeting
and we cnn't tire n gun on Independence day, but 11 woman has Just ns
much right to fly the sturs uml stripes
us a man, and you and I are going te
do It, and we are going to do It for the
lirst time on next Fourth of July."
-Miss Ellen Partridge listened to this
loug explanation from her sister with
u set fuce. "Old mulds have no call to
be patriotic:'' slie snapped when Miss
Jane concluded. "It nln't their province; It's no woman's province. I won't
have a lltigpole in this yard, June Partridge, und you muy as well understand that first ns last. They shan't
brlug thut thing iu here If 1 have to
tight 'ein with n broom und scalding
water. A flagpole's a dangerous thing
to hnve nrouud n house to begin with.
The lirst big wind it may snap off and
smash tbe roof In. Just aa the college
flagpole broke off uud smashed the
fountain over to Chester. It's more
dangerous than a big tree, because It
hasn't any roots. Patriotism! Huh!
t guess we show patriotism enough.
considering our privileges, by puying
our tuxes!"
By this time tlie long flagpole, attended by a crowd of boys und village
loufers, hud arrived opposite the little
cottage, and the four men who were
perched ou Its trunk dismounted nud
proceeded to unfasteu the chains that
bound It to the wagon. Miss I'llen
strode out to them. "Vou are not to
tiring that thing ln here," she suid
lirmly.
The man In charge of the flagpole
turned with u grin; but, seeing the expression of Miss Ellen's fuce, tils grin
died awuy ln a look of astonished perplexity.
"What in ttinket am I to do with it,
then?" he demanded. "I wus told to
bring it bere."
"I don't sure whnt you do with It,"
retorted Miss I'llen. "All I know Is
it isn't coming in here."
"It's paid for," protested the man ns
a final shot.
At this Juncture Miss June Partridge
came stalking majestlca-lly down the
little side 1 hitli. Sbe hud borne with
her sister's petulance—even as she used
to when they were children—Just long
enough to be assured that lt was of the
inflexible sort. It was now time for the
elder sister to act. She brushed Miss
Ellen aside and laid ber bund ou the
pole.
"I ord6red It," she said. "I paid for
lt, and I paid for Its settln' up. You
may bring it in and set It where I show
you."
Miss Ellen turned abruptly and went
lato tbe house. She climbed to thc garret and got the lurge brown satchel
that her father hod owned. Then she
gathered together a few articles of
clothing and the dearest of her own
special treasures and keepsakes aud
put them Into the bag. This done, she
marched eut of the front door, satchel
ln band, and started for the villuge
depot Miss June was ln the buck
yard superintending tlio erection of the
flagpole and did uot notice ber sister's
departure.
Miss Ellen reached the depot and sat
down in tbe vacant ladles' watting
room. Sbe had not the slightest tden
where she wus going. Then* was no
relative to whom she could flee from
her sister's tyranny. She thought tluit
she would take the lirst train ln either
direction and truvel until eveulng.
Then »'-" won)   v. op at soma hotel and
spend tlie night. After a night's sleep
perhaps she would know what to do.
It wus late in the forenoon when
Miss Ellen reached the depot. The station agent hail gone to dinner, and his
otliee was locked up. Noon came, then
half past 12. anil still no train nnd 110
stutlon agent Miss Ellen fustened her
distracted mind upon the situation and
presently remembered thut no train
stopped ut Lyndonville between II
O'clock 11. m. ami half past 5 p. Ul.
What would the station agent think
Wheu he came buck und found ber
there?
She went to the whitlow aud looked
bach up the hill toward the village.
Between Putnam's blacksmith shop
and the store she could just see on the
other side of the village street the lowly roof s.f the cottage where she and
her sister had dwelt for forty years.
Something white and slender was just
wavering up behind It. It rose bigber
ami higher and Anally stoosl tlrm und
straight und Miss Ellen saw that It
was the top of the new flagpole. Jane.
tben, was still busy wltb her triumph
Sbe bad not discovered her sister's de
parture, or perhaps she did mst curs-.
Miss Ellen went buck to her sent
with tears in her ayes. Prom where
she snt she could look Into the ticket
office through tbe locked glass window,
and on the wall facing  lur she saw 11
sti'ei engraving of Abraham Lincoln.
HOW vividly it brought up the days Of
the civil war. whs'ii her younger brother had marcbed away with the Brat
regiment of Vermont volunteers! The
tears rained faster down her cheeks
us the Hood of memory swept her far
ther uml farther away from her own
petty grievance. She remembered ths*
crushing news from the front; the
bringing borne of her brother's dear.
lorn  body:  the picture of Abraham
Lincoln which tbey found hidden in
bis bosom; the funeral In the village
cburcb, with the picture of Lincoln,
wreathed in flowers, lying on the dead
soldier's breast, and around him und
the martyr president were wrapped the
folds of the stars and stripes!
Again Miss Ellen rose and went to
the window, A cheer swept faintly
('.own tbe hill. There was a (tag Hying
lioin the new flagpole over tlie cot-
tuge. Patriotism hast she none of It
In ber loyal heart, uud she Ihs* sister
of such  a  patriot ns  tlie soldier boy
who slept under the faded Memorial
dny (Ing in the village cemetery?
With a sob Miss Ellen caught tip her
BntCbel und breasted the hill. "June
was right" She whispered. "I um glad
she got the flagpole and tlie flag. Iiear
Robert! It was my flag raising too.
If heart's feeling counts for anything,
it was my ling raising too!"
'K null a Is   In  Java,
A book published In Java, culled
"The West Java Travelers' Guide,"
says of it certain sanitarium: "At the
establishment Is a physician. Tlie slek
may   Invoke   tlie   physician   for   daily
treatment, with use of medicaments.
Children below ton years pay for lodges
half of tlie price."
Under "Addresses nnd Announcements" Is politely ri'i'om tided "the
hotel prigln, with occasion for warm
baths, where till now ull rceonvnlcs
cents, ns well as Mrs. Physicians and
particulars and officials, have found
back their health. Cures miliaria, com
plains lu the chest und other fatnesses,
green   sickness,   cutaneous   disease,"
etc., und we are assured that "this
healthy abode for reconvalescents Iuik
also occasion to many delightful Id.vllc
excursions to whieh saddle horse and
tandees nre stationed when before
timely ordered."
Aim   lo  Hla*.
Every man ought to aim st eminence
not by pulling others down, but by
raising himself, uud enjoy the pleas
ure of his own superiority, whether
Imaginary or real, without Interrupting others In the same felicity.
Wssnifts,
"If you want to get o„ with women "
says Max O'ltell. "never criticise ll.er'n
and   never  offer   then,   advice."    Anil
never  forget that  u,|„ *s „  „,, ,.
works only one "ay.
Death  and   ihs*   Pblloassphrr.
A certain philosopher was In tin*
habit of saying whenever lie heard thut
sn old friend had pussed away; "Ah
well, deatli comes to us ull. It is no new
thing. It Is wbat we must expert
Puss uie the butter, my dear. Yes,
deuth comes to ull, and my friend's
time hud come."
Now, Death ovsThenid these pliilu
sopliieal remarks ut different tunes,
uud one duy he showed himself to tlie
philosopher.
"1 um Death," said he simply.
"llo nway," suid tlie man, in n panic
"I um  uot ready  for you."
"Yes. but it Is oue of your favorite
truisms Hint Death comes tu till, ami I
am but proving your words."
"(Io away!   You ure dreadful!"
"No more dreadful than I always
am. Itut why have you changed no?
You have never feared lhe s|s*atli tlmt
has come to your friends I uever
heard you sigh whim I carried off wur
old COUlpUlliOUS. Y'ou have always ■aid,
It Is the way of nil flesh Shall I
make su exception iu favor uf your
flesh?"
"Yes, for I am not ready."
"itut I nm. Vour time bas come. Uo
not repine Y'our friends will go ou
buttering ttieir toast. They will take
It us philosophically ss you have taken
every other sls'iilh "
And the philosopher nnd Death u>
pnrtiHl on  a   long  Journey   logethi'i
Chnrles    Uutlell    I.osiiiiis   lu    I'm ml i*
Mugti/.lue.
An   ls.'n«IUIi   Saneiussi r.
Beverley Oloster, ISO miles north nt
Loudon,  I.s the shrine of St   Jul.a ot
Beverley,   who died  In the yenr '-1
In   038   Athelstan.   king  of   Eugluiid.
gave several privileges 10 the inonss
tery, one being tlie privilege nf ssne
tunry.   This wus not merely for niSB*
slaying: it was opeu to ull wrougdoera
except those who  had  been guilty of
treason     For  ordinary  offeiiss's.   such
as horse stealing, cuttle Steeling, be ng
backward In ai'counts or being in re
celpt of suspected goods, a man e:iiiii'
Into sauetunry about h mile from tbe
monastery or cburcb. Then* rout) tu be
four crosses on the liiuill ro:n!s Inning
to Beverley marking the limit of Iho
area, lu cases of manslaughter nnd
murder It was not sufficient to be with
In one of these crosses. Before the
fugitive could claim sanctuary lie must
enter the church und sent himself In n
stone chair known ss (lie "fnd stool"
or "freed chair." To this place many
fled for refuge from all pui is of (lie
country.
I.oolsla*   Up.
Tho lecturer pleaded with the crowd
to "look up."   1 u Impassioned ton.'s be
cried: "tiod ulways lis'lps the man
thut looks up: Never look down, u>7
friends, and do not waste too much
tlm* looking slileuuys. Lsjok up. a'"1
keep on looking up: I ntver knew n
mun to full If he looked up. In their
a man in this audience who cun suy
that be slwuys lossks up?
A seedy itrnnger arose lu the back
row to suy: "I ean suy that I always
look up. 1 have steudlly lOOkrd m»
for thirty years, und am no belter off
for it    Looking up Is uiy business."
"What do you do for 0 living. u'J
good man?"
"I'm a celling decorntor."
Tbe uprniirloiiH applause that greeted
tbls sully broke up the meeting.
Frlmn   Doiinsr,  ansl   llrr  Voles*.
Once upon s time thsre was s fa
mous prima donna who made a con
tract with a noted Impresario lo sliuf
In concerts for hlin ut 11 price which
mude each of her notes of ubout I'"'
value of SI.
All went well until the prims donil >
found u dressing room assigned lu be'
thut did nol meet witli her sppfonll
Then slit complained that she was en
tlrely Isio hoarse lo slug, and the ''"
presarlo had to bin Ira polite remarks i"
bis audience und dismiss it after re
riimllng (lie money puld for admission.
The remarks Hull he mude oul of l"'
lien ring of the audlenee Were "ot •"
pot I tss.
Mornl.-ltnpresaihis wish bal tbej
wight have bourse I ess prima doiiuun. The Drill.
SLOCAN.   DUITISH   COLUMBIA
'fhe most- woiyJer/ul  private   park
)r t|R. world belongs to Mr.  William
■js/hltiiey    li is in    !■****■*    Adirondack
p,uuiiiains. tt consists of 90,0'iu
„re9 Sixty-four lakes ami ponds
,11,1 hull' a dozen mountains are com-
Brigl.ij in its area.
KfsstH. C. <•■ Richards & Co.
Out lumen,— Theodora . Dornls, „
fuiliiincr of mine was completely
•iiipiI sit ilieiiiiiiilisiii after live .vents
„l Hisffeflng, by the Judicious use of
KIN Mtii'S LI.NIMKNT.
The iiltiive fact can lii> verified by
wllil,i.. i.i him, to the Parish priest
or nie. of his ueighbors,
A. COTE,
||en limit,  St.  Tsudors*, Que.,
Mny 12th. 1898.
Oni- hundred ami loventy-two differ
mm I;.'ies of blind creatures have
Vs'ii ' isissiiii'sl. They are all cavo-
trolli'i-s.
Hoard's Unimeut fur Rfaeumntism.
Filiv  days' gymnasium Instruction
Jin is'i is a man's weight un nn ay.
yu;.  i , :,  pounds.
IT MAKES  PRIZE  BUTTER
WHEREVER  USED.
Thi
mcce:
aClils'
when
Co.'s
ulwii'.
Jill •
perfes
tlnu*
est il
Tr* i
KG v
irs n
bu i
uml
His ha
I'l'Iul
best, most thorough and most
■ .ful butterinakt'iH in the   world
their   victories and    triumphs
tliey   use   Wells,   lticliiiislsoii    st
Improved Dutter Color   which
■   uives   the   true  gold   tint     ol
If ytiu have    not    used   (hia
t    color,    you aro behind    (ho
oid cannot command the high-
utrket price    for    your butter.
i  in one churning and you will
i v   the majority of butterniak
ist nf>oti using "tin* kind fchal
>i mud."   Itefuss* all  Imitations
• ulist it nts-s       Ask     for    Wells,
nison *i Co.'s Improved Butter
tlmt makes prize butter,
l '" thousand two hundred different
ipoi i*. uf lish have hs*s*ii noted In the
Kile .si'.i its tributaries.
just a Little."
Pain I'glectssd, muy produce chronic
Iti,-,n at tsin sir flsiut .lust n little
DackQihe may Cifjate Lumbago Jusl
n Itttls    Sprain   Bometlmes makes   a
l'ii|.;.l.       .lust   H   little  lliuisi* nm*.  ilu
a lot      damage    Just a III tie Head
ache ti ". be i lu- forei unner ol   Ni u
ralgio    -i in ' a li" to *si   Jacobs Oil,
applied  in llnic ciiree promptly  and
permanent!}   Vchcs nnd Pains      Just
ii    ■■     cauti hi .  lust i>   little   cost
*i e irs    ■    Pli ai si'   against   years ot
Pain
The pruportion sif married people
to tin- population is highest in Hungary     H (.. is'    |o7   |s,-|     IOOO  i.i   til.' |	
pie .>!•■ married    Portugal Btands .ii
ti ths i   end ol  llu*  list.   v. Ith  mnv
81 srried per 1,000
i.
i ii •
Hal..
aissl  i
!',„■
i: '
■
Cu...
)'." !• .
II... ,
It - '
III
tits.. .
lSIII Is
(OtllJ  •
u.
nil. ,
U  ■
■.'ui.-
A till i
do   ss
I
ll.
DcsiflMSI Cannot Be Cured
ii.'l'lli lit ll.llSB        SJ1        tlliV     illllissst
ill*  sllniiaand    portion  ol   tis.   ami
"isiv  one way in curs deafness
ui  ii by constitutional    reined lei
It caused   isy  sm  Inflame I    eon
nt the ntisrsuiM* lining  ut n,»*  e.us
iiii.s*    Urban  uu*.  tui* K'ts   i"
■ is l.stve st 1111111111111; m.sbihI or Unhealing, ssiul wli.-n it Is fie ii. i.
*-s.fts.'ss-s-i i*.  tli.* insult, and  unless
lamination   run   lis*   istks*n   mil   uml
•   lemuiiil  to  It* normal   condl*
sarins win ''•* destroyed lor ever
.•- out .if tin an* cnuoad by rn
. I.ills is nothing bul ssi. Inflamed
n ssf tlis. inueoui sm Im >'s
i yivs' tssii* Hundred Dollars tur
nf Peafneea (caused l'\ entarrhi
nui i,i> cured t>\ Hull's Oatorrb
end ior > Irculars. Ine
-   i     .1    CHKNKY  .1   i".i . Tole
IsV   tliaimjlstls     78C,
»  Family   I'illa uts* Hie bent
Tin .,i|.iini sentence is nut carried
ani in Itiitiiin tt|•• >n peraona under
"iv1" ii yeara ssf tge, although hj
I'e. n; une over seven is liable Ul
'"I'iai  iiuiiislimeiil.
SAVE  THE   BABY.
* Ms,,*,,,  |,i|, ||„w Many • Tlirrnlssss'd
I tfa May lit*  I'r.'MMnasl.
I" Hn1 loving mother no expense la
'"" it..it   nu labor tisii sovero, if ii
•ill ina serve the health of her llttlu
Childish     ills     lire      neneinilv
but   so  Ill/lit   is bsib.v  s Inslsl I (1
"ai  it  is often it knowledge of
I'i'lit   Ibini*  tsi  dss  Unit   tutus  Hie
1 ii crisis,    And in baby's ill
life
tin
list
ll
■ iv 11 isis is a critical ono. "I
the  limi'ly   usi*  sif   llaby's  Own
o*' • ii wsiiiiii gave many n dear ii<
lie life," writes Mrs I' H Blckfr.rd,
°* Oleii Sutton. Que. "I take ploai
'"" in certifying i<> the morlts ol
"'"" isii.lets, us I havo fsiiiiid tbem
*"""i nnd reliable remedy Mybnly
*•"•" it..ui,i,.,i witli Indigestion nl
'"ii. ',.■  time, mui    wss    cross ond
,''"'"'       Tl se s,f    lliils.v*s    Owl,
■•lilcls tiuide it wonderful change,
"l"1   I   um  Kind   In   rs'sointneiiil   Ibelil
•J* nt tiers."     Mothers who nso Ih	
'"'■i'i' never aflorwards resorl In
nmiili I'Sstrntives that grips and tor
,'"" I'oby,     nor     to     Iho    sss s'nlleil
'•"■"tiling" preparations thai often
r"M'' n   poisonous opiates      Baby's
w"   Tablets nre pleosanl   t<> fa*"**'
*"'"•" l I lo be harmless    Pond -•'
2ni    "i a fiili-si/sul bos '«> tho l"'
:     ' Meslis-lno     CO .     lltiiilivilb'
,.*"     i vour druggis! does nol sell
Ihi',,,
A -Lady Says:
"PAINE'S CELERY
COMPOUND
, Has Been Worth Hundreds
of Dollars to Me."
A   Happy   and   .Complete   Cur*
After  Eighteen Years of
Awful Agony.
A" weary nnd   dishoart ,i    nick
,l'°4*J'e  "'"I   Hmse   Who   huve   lost faitl!
-■ thB reniodleH thoy have used in the
past,   bocau.se  none    of    them  have
given Indications of cheering results
(Should  now  i„. tilled    with a strotis*
"e»fn* Hon to make us,* of thu one
""•■■"""■ that euros disease   th i
agent ol new Ufa thai saves hopeless
|nnd    despairing    sufforors    after nil
olher agenclns and means fall,
ilie thousands of victims of tormenting neuralgia after reading Um
testimony i.i Mrs, Cl, il Parker, ol
Winona, Ont., must see ih,,t t„
u\ohl u continuance of Buffering and
ihe possibility of sudden death
absolutely   ns-icessors!
MARKBT  REVIEW. SEASONABLE ADVICE
'I from Tlii-^i'niiuiii
Tl
oi.. I.
I
fii
''la,,.
*MlUa'.
<i'  is,
nre between r,.2oo and •■ :*"'"
■ intlona in the United Klnii
p'"1'   fool  lolly, trips nmi rii
'""'o, theatres,
It     IS
„ to use Paine's
Celery Compound, < li.- only medicine
Unit siirressiiiiiy banishes neuralgia
nnd kindred nerve diseases, Mrs.
I'ttikei   suys :
I havo been a groat sufters>r from
*.u"'iiilKiii for eighteen years, and my
sufferings ut times were so had thai
words fuil to doscribo them Vfter
having tried a host, of remedies, I
wns persuaded to use Paine's celery
Compound. 1 am happy to Bay that
I am now u different woman and
completely cured. I can recommend
Paine's Celory Compound; it hns
boon worth hundreds of dollars lo
me."
•'nil", in South America, is s,nk-
Ing faster ibun anj   other city       it
new  ■-!,mils so i,.,.|   lowpr than it did
in  ITxo
There nrs* ii'ivv about 'J.*.o towns In
the world with over 100,000 inhabitants
Minard's Lininicnl is tbe host.
ti'Ji'.    per   ■ ■ >i 11it'ii   ui   llritish   |.
die yearly by vlolenl <le.ii h .
,|,l,.
•'IS} nnlliiiiis ni' horses are available
n Europe for niilitnr*, durposes.
Tho  llosleliiin   Library  ni     Oxford.
England,  is jusl  thn enturi.ts old
it is tie- largest universltj librae)
in the world
I.iverpool  it; ih  i   den - I■   pop
ttbiteii t.iw n in I' ngland I n pai ts
the population runs to 68.S23 to the
square mile
\t Kouka, ni t'stiti al Vfi leu
average annual temperature is
Pahrenhell    Tins Is tl"- world
•■nl   for   bent
Hi.
.-;i o
i   ie.'
A Common
Bred Cow
Wlien tonnl up by
Dick's IUsxkI l'un
fier   will   give   as
uch nntl »s rich
milksuabighly
brcsl aristocratic
Jeriseycowgivcs
upon or-
d i n a r y
fecsl, and
a Jersey
cow when
given.
DICK'S
BLOOD PURIFIER
will wonderfully Increase her yield
of milk. It saves feed too, because
a smaller amount of well digested
food eatisfies the demanda of the
system and every particle of nour-
auhment sticks.
60 cents a package.
LsM-nlsU, Miles ft Co., AfoaU,
MONTHBAL.
ai    .,.,„   ,,,  CIUNOE   OP  WEATHER   DISASIROUS TO
MANV PEOPLE.
WHKA'I
'"'l'1'  up  in about  the same   propor-
Uon us 1,^4 week    Manitoba    wheat
tius Ijuen lirm generally    this    week,
101 tne more distant futures.   Prices
1 i
tit the close of tho week were: No. 1
hard, 72ic; No. x northern, To'c,
spot or delivery lirst half November,
■or delivery up to 2fith November 1
hard 72*Jc, uml i northern 70Jc; and
for nil November I hard 72c uml
northern 70c. All prices it, sl.ne
'■"it. William or Port Arthur,
Llvorpool—No, I northern closed on
Sntinii;,.\ at iis. 7;u.
Country Uhenl-I'roni 55 to ,r.7c n
bushel is bulifg paid lo farmers al
country points for their besl   wheat,
OATS-  There     hns     been    a   better
shipping demand for outs this weok.
but as curs aro scarce advantage can
not always bo taken of opportunities
to I mils', dices ur,. better I linn it
week   ago   to   lhe   extent   ol    1    t„    1 'C
Today  No. 2 svhiti
Cold   Makes   You   Liable    to   Twenty
Diseases—How to Protect Tourselt,
Changes of   the season affects   tho
health moro or less perceptibly. The
effect of the hot sum • weather pn
the- blood leaves ii thin and water).
uml now ihnt tits' weather is changeable this makes Itself disagreeably
icil. *i ou feel bilious, dyspeptic untl
tired; ihere may bo pimples or erup
tions of the skin; the damp weather
brings littlo twinges of rheumatism
or neuralgia that give warning of the
winter that is coming, If you want
to be brisk and Btrohg for the win-
tor it is now that you shouhl build
up the blood nmi give the nerves u
little  tonic.    Ur    Williams'   I'ink l'ills
28c .Ier bu«h ,        ,-  T*T W0Vrlh   "''" t,,B Kreatesl  '" »" '''"""> "'aking,
J»oips-bushel at Fort William.   On  norvo-restoring tomes. n,„i wil ke
tiack, Wnnpog, No. 2 white oats you strong „n,l stave ofl the aches
arc worth 2,'c per bushel, ..,,,1 about land pains of winter if vo„ take them
ZirntTx ""' '''"V"1' ''""' wl,iu'-   At now.     Mr.   James   \dams, Brandon
countr)   points    farmers are getting Man . Is one ol the thousands «	
80e  at   central   points. ,Ur   Williams'  Pink  fills huv
BARLEY—Movement Is light    and
there is not much business doing, No,
•'( extro  is worth 30c per bushel    at
''"it   William;   No,   :i.  85c;  and   i I
grades, 84c.
FLAXSEED—The market is steady
uml unchanged. Dealers ure paying
i»7c per bushel to farmers «t country
points.
SPELTZ—The market holds steady
at JIOc per bushel oi* 50 pounds, delivered  in  Winnipeg.
BAY—$8 lo S7 per toll for fresh
buled in carlots on truck, Winnipeg,
POTATOES—30c per bushel.
POULTRY—Trade in   live weights
is   now   about   over,   nnd   receipts  ure
mostly   all    dressed.     Chickens un*
worth Io to 1 U per ll... dressed;
fowl, 8 to 9c; ducks und geese, 10c;
turkeys,  liijc.
BUTTER   Creamery'—The season is
about    over   and      receipts   ure   light,
Creameries are asking 25c per pouml
from city customers for choice mnkes,
which is uu advance ol 2,- per ll,.
HI ITER—Ualry—Stocks ore not
ver)   large and most of the holdings
  under grades.   Very little choice
table butter is to be lists.]. Jobbing
houses sue paying 14  to  15c not  at
Winnipeg   for   best   grades.       Seconds
aro worth 12 to 1 lc net.
DKKSSKIl MEATS - Beef, city
dressed, :,\ \u <.*i-, country stock, |c
less;  mutton,  8  lo  9c;  lamb,   11 \c ,
hogs, '.i i.s lojs'
cheese:
18 io l.'lic
The   price
per pouml
is   tinner     at
EGGS- 18c per dozen
|1I*0*£S—llonloris     oxq   txxxui     |.nyi**c
6*}c nn No I hiile.s. o'c for No 2,
unsl 1} for No. ■'! Calfskins same
price as hides Horse hides 50c tss
si each
SENEC V—Best  root, .'.-V per Ib
LIVE   STOCK.
C \TI LE The export Beaaon is
about ssvs-r mui shipments ore falling
off. Stockers will begin to move
soisii, as tin- winter will turn attention to them. They will be worth
nbout $10 per head for yearlings and
*?'Jo in **.o,J for two-year-olds Hs.st
export Bteers are worth 4c per lb.,
point of shipment, nnd pines range
from :'•!. i" 4c Butchers' cat i le unsteady ut 3c to 3,jc.
SHEEP—Receipts ure moderate and
the market steady at 3|c per pound
ulT cms Winnipeg. Lambs nre lower
at   li to 4*}c,
I |i ms Live Imes me easier, bul
nut tpiotably changed, and we quisle
.,;, per pound for choice w.',lIiis i*'-
uo)        Heavy nnd  underwe ght   hogs
aro   |c   Is.   (C   Ie88   thnn  tins  flgliro.
IlllliSI'.S   nre sen ice alld   lhe   pils's'S
which hnve prevailed for tl.i* pasi
i vi o years cent inue.
diss*  Needed  I'lntea,
Superstition nnd the belief In thr
iiiiuii.Mtiuiis <si witches nre not eu
tirely dead, us the follOWlUg lule will
prove:
line day ii gypay stopped at a bouw
and, pointing to n child, said,
lis'   I-
Ryrie
Watches.
WHILST wegimrsntee
to keep a"lv*yrie'*
Watch- aside from breakage—in perfect action for
two years, there is no
limit to Its perfect timekeeping qualities.
We select for special
mention our No. 5508
"Ryrie" Watch at *25.
aadr••lAt^l.^lt•."'ll"ra»1,',
—nabf-'-1* '
Ih     Im   ■t'CtOtl.V   forbliblen     i'i
''  I t-nslly dipested nf nil fond1"
• yes, he's suiTerliig from rbeuum
id in," wild ibe woman.
•••ies, und I ..in cine him, lady, ll
you  will let  me UUVO six I'.'llli')* plOtPS
i,:it .veil musl be sill's* the.V are nice."
■•ei,. unytlilng fo get him well," Bald
the womnn, "I'm willing to do any
thing." und she retched n half dosen
Uuo clilnn pi'iies ihnt hud been Iter
pride,
l'l,,. gypsy set them out In ii row, one
utter tlie .'.ther. plnced her bands on
Hi,' four center ones, mumbled some
words over tbem mid suid:
•■Now, If .vou will let nie tnke these
ulntog ,'iwiiv with me to destroy tbem
your hoy will i.e cured of rheumatism.
No more tidies uml piilns for him, luil.v;
nothing bul good lietiltb, Indy. Let me
Hike Hum. ludy, nud cure blm."
And tbe eiiiluiix part of 11 la tbo wo
mun diil i;ive the gypsy tbose plates.
Sii|i|il>'  is'   llnnsl.
Emplfiyiuelll   Agelll   I   hnve n  cook
(bill will Just sil.t you.    She Is ll yollllg
widow nmi In very fund ul eblldi'eii.
Mrs   lUrlllelgll    Hut WO huve no chil
dren. ,,, ,
Kinployiui'iil  Agent -Ob, tbnt ll be
nil  ri;;lil,  m.i'uni     She bus six of her
uvi 11.
ie rostor
ed is, health and Btrength. Ho says:
"It is with deep gratitude that' I
acknowledge tho benefit I huv,. derived Irom tbe ,:se of Dr, Williams'
i'ink l'ills. Before taking tho pills
my health wus much shattered with
rheumatism,  nervous depression  und
Bleeplessnes, Kor        fully      twelve
months I rarely Kr"t u good night's
sleep. When I begun the use s>( the
pills it wus with n determination to
give them n fair trial. I ilisl so untl
am truthfully say that I could not
wish   for    better    health   thun I   now
enjoy, i shall always speak a good
word for Dr.  Williams'  Pink Pills."
I'oor blood is the cuuse of most
discuses. Oood blood nieuns health
und strength. Dr, Willinms' I'ink
l'ills do not purge—they simply mako
pure, rich blood. That's why they
cure so muny discuses. Hut you must
always get the genuine with the full
name, "Dr. Williams' I'ink l'ills im-
Pule People" on tbe wrapper around
every   box.   Sold   by   all   druggists   oi
sent by mail, post puid. at 50 cents
n box or six boxes for S'J 50, by
writing direct, to the In Williams'
Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.
Mole     I linn    12   millions  Of  sleeper.'-
are    In    use supporting rails on thi
railways of tho  United  Kingdom.
The railway bridge which connects
Venice with the mainland is 12,000
feel  long, und bus iMi* arches.
The llritish ambassador to Paris
receives E10.000 n vent-, the highest
salary paid  to uny ambassador
There are no less thnn 800,  p.aspic in    lis' United Kingdom who spenk
OS"    Si;,,-,,,-
I-..,.
IS,    I,'
Cyn
Minard's Linimeni Cures Ijifirirfw.
The Venice Campanile,  which   is.i
lapsed on July  inn inst.  w.is Lmill
ol brick,  uml  its foundations    were
stone, resting on timber piles buried
20 feel below ground,
Muiinn I.on. in the Sandwich ls
lands, 13,950 feet high, is ihe high
s'st    mountain    which   rlsw direrth
from   the   sen.
Ordinary fresh air contains .'! parts
ol carbonic acid per 10,000 Vir
thai bus been breathed contains ill
parts.
one in seven of British bind owners are women. In nil there uu*
about 38,000 women who own In.'si
in England nmi Wales.
The boiler tubes of nn ocenn steamer, if Intel In n st i nicht line, u ould
rench     10    miles, nmi lhe condenser
tubes  over  2G   miles.
InnllllnR  Cnatssm.
To attract custom nn undertaker nt
Brussels Is ss'lling stamps ut less tban
their face value.
A   l'ri'isU   Ctsls-krn.
A chicken botched In Guelph street.
Wandsworth, Loudon, recently uud
which died soon nfterwnrd  hnd  two
hen i.s. three eyes, livs' claws oh the Isl'l
is,,,: aid four on tbe right nud three
sets ol' bruins.
Street  l.sm I.nissisa.
(Ins was lirst used ns ii stis'sd III ti in i
mint in Baltimore, gas lamps beiug in
traduced In that eity lu the ys'iir 1SI0.
Women  l» Flnlnnd.
The women of I'lnlnnd of the lower
classes perforin arduous labor tlmt in
olher countries is usually assigned to
tunics.   They wheel linnileartH mid bur
rows of various descriptions contain
lug heavy burdens, They nlso sweep
Ihe streets, nel ns boatmen mid even
assist in loading ships,
Slnrs*h.
In 1B88 Philip Btuhbes lnvelghi-il
wiih grent energy against Hie use of
starch,  which lie called "the devll'i
liquor."
.-' ■  i.*i '*t"!i"m"»r-.
Tlse   "sliiltsi'r'a   Unas*.
"II.re." snld Ml'   SlIllggB as he Inlcl n j
vs.liuii'.* on Hie- i.ii.l.'   "hero is n book j
Hull  i  uin  very desirous t.ucy shall ■
rend."
■•Very  well,"  replied  Mrs.  BnnggSs
■•i'ii forbid ber to touch ["-."-Pittsburg ,
ClU'OUli It'-Tel. granb.
What shrunk your woolens ?
Why did holes wear so soon ?
You   used    common    soap.
Sunlight
Soap
REDUCES
EXPENSE
Aak ror thr Ortuuon Bmr.
AiSsvr   rot-
Ogilvie    Oats
Delicious  flavor.    Fre* from hulls.-       Warranted Pure.
Put  up  ln   all  sized  packages.
Ogilvie's Hungarian
As  now manufactured.   The great FAMILY FLOUR.
Insist on getting "OQTLVIE'S,"  aa they are better than tha best,
HAVE    NO    EQUAL.
No fc
GOLD STANDARD
// is not the !&$£. >   ^
YOU    BUILDING?
USE EDDY'S
IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING
THE BEST BUILDING PAPER MADE.
It In  viry much utroiif-'r nmi tliirkrr   thnn Kny other   (tarred nr   huthllne)
paper,  it li Impervlotu to %tIihI. keepH out nil*., keapa In heat, oaiTHti Dosmflu
or odor. aht-oihH no molsturi*, Imparu 10 la-tie or tlnvnr to nn> thing with
wlilrh 11 oom-BI In ootilKit. It ll ii»i*u*'l\ OMd not only for kI«*-.i tut; houaeis bnt
for lining colli itorago IioIMIiiki. icfrlycniloi k, duli-IcH. cr* ainerli'n. and all
jilu'-t-H w7i»*r*' tlii' objeot Ih to k«i-p uu tv-'ii nnd Uniform toinp**ratui--B, and at
the name time avoltUug damiiueafl.
Write our AgCUtf,  Tl.l'S .V   TKHSSK, Winnipeg, for Aauiplen.
THE E. B. EDOY CO., Limited, HULL.
<SfAltMS
£*tds
M>
______*s <___V 4MHyrJr44#?ift,<nJ4t -fuJfo,
a, coJu rl nie fe<v\oU^ *vn4y films
HALCYON HOT SPRINGS
^ANITARIU |V|
.Arrow Lak*, WS. O.
Si I ii.it*>.! inlslat .' s'isstt iinrt sailed tma
Crantltsiir. The im.at eomplste health re-
assrl on the cssntlisvut sif North A rts'a.
Itf batha ..irs* all Niivusn ansl Hun-
tar dlaeaaea. IU watssra h»al all Kldnej,
liver ansl stoma.-It allnsesita.
They are a ttevsT-fatllng rrmedj fot   all
llti'Miiiiiitli' trsssshlva.
TKUM (in to 118  i"i  wa-k.   aecordliif
to ra.isJei.s'* in Hot*1 or Villaa
T. H. METCALFE A CO.
Gi'c'n and Commission Marohant*.
llii;1i" -I prioM p.'il'l for ivhi'nl, oni". bur*
Iry or flux iu <»rlot<«. Wire or writr in*
for prl'-t-H tiriore lallln^ I.IImnil a<It(\u-
!*•■ iiiH'l.' ou OOOllf^ltnanta nnd tmudt--Hl
on i'ominil»lon.    Llrenm-d anil I-lnnded.
r. O, Box A5o. Wlnntpegi Mun.
Aliniii seventy
million nniiui
la are
kills'.l  M'uilv   I'm
tin.' rinka "i
their
lur.
"kelpioh'he:
Indontd bf baat twgllah m.dlealjournala.
Supplied to Brltlahioldlarilsi South Air loa.
far all Throat and Olassd Troublea, lumps.
ftkaoetsea. Old Serea, Uloera, Felons, Skla
Dlaeasea, Eoiema Plmplna, Stiff Joint.,
Rheumatism, tumb.go. Sprains, Brulsea,
Plsas, Cuts. Sore Feet, PleurisT.
Sold by Dru((lsta, tbo.   Try H anea.
THREE OF A KIND
all IJ'CINAS; all have that U.wly aro*
inn; nil thnt tat-ty «wt*et tla\or for whloh
the rl^ar ti noted. All smoke theus*
nnd all inadi* by
GEO. F. BRYAN & CO WINNIPEG
I'lli'     uns l'l tlllil'lll      ssf       ths'       I   niti'il
stnit's i;ni's nway each year i" i.n
ini'is. heeds tsi tlit< valuo ui $100,000.
Minard's Liniment is best Hair Ks.v.< i-,r
The iiiuiii'st railway In tho l.'nilml
stiitrn iii Hi.' Colorado Hlilluml,
which crosses b pan 11,680 fool liigli
Income t.i\ in intiin is levied on nil
Incomes uf -"•' uml ovoi
Thoro   mi'   60 Irish i rs who aro
nut ontltled in souls in the House of
Lords,
Tho Columbia River innunl sul-
mon catch varlej from I.'iO.oiio cases
upwards, l.nst. year the rs*eonl ivn«
reached lay ono   and   a i|uarter mil
linn COSPS.   !
Eiillr* ly »«K.'l..l)ls.. Ij'.sia tur M) ysars by Uad-
is k' riiTsiriatin. I lis* he-t pill fur STSn 111 *>*
Ihp bumnii -tuniHch, livor mist lti.s,.ss.-. ,-k
yuur ilealor (nr it or hsiihI to Fl.l'.MINU'g
IsRl's. slssiu . RIlAMlON, MAN,
l'l" million urn's ol I In* pilllllc liuiil*-
nf ilu* United sttit.'s are yearly  taken
up i>.'.  settlers,
THE ANGLE LAMP
comliiist'S tins tiiiixiitiiiiti "f light
with tl"' tiiii'iinuiii of tissHt. ths.
„, sn nn sun of tloulili', tins sin is isn
nui of a«i" a.a.    Las-si in
IIOINKS,
HllllUH,
CHVKOUIU
IIUTKI.S,
I A1TOH.IK.1
It.'.. K.ts'.
It is porfse
tion its lutst
Iprt, Tht'Ight
that ne ter
(iiiIt. lt uises
^rslinlsry roul oil—OBS nuurt lu ISOOON No
► snoko, no oslur. no tlrnsHiiK sip, no nsmptlOf of
KlisLnsir t"Ul.slisht. Illlinl wlsil" l"iniiii|j, tht
ouly liKht ImviiiK it" UBiil..i»lBBi.l.Bsv». Ap|sl,
to your I sail iioislssr sir siiinl  tor iiitnloKiie anil
Iiri.eisto nut.in, Ulbson * • «•.   r. <>.   ■»"»
I til,   \l llllslp.-c
I anil   Lister,      wlui     atl.'ii ls*sl      i'i.'
Kin.;, nmi Invented the iiuilwiitli
treatment im deaconded front Rdwunl
Lister, physician to Queon KhrAliath,
The livers of between   BO and i"'-'
million codfish nro used for tho yeni
lv supply of cod liver oil.
Prance I ■ lose i.\   Ure Ihnn nn.'
other Isiil'i' c Irj      FTer    !**•■    I
niiniit  .".j  millions yearly; while   the   i
United Kingdom Ipees ovei  nine mll-
lloni
PERSONAL.
Mniiiissssssr (view t«>) gMttlaman ahonM
'..in ills* it.lii-li  «'orrs.»|i..ii.ls*sn >• llsiB'.nn.
lft«  l.lilliy Strs'sM,   l.on.lon, *.. W. HmkIisi-iI.
ParttettfaTssFs fis's*.
IMPERIAL MAPLE SYRU»
Tlse qtu Illy kI.iis.LsisI l.'sm   linens   s
ss. pott,    "so'sir mrs|s#|   t»"s Ij  If nol   «»■
l.lnitory.
lii>-» A I Alt sAMMK, •..•!-    insMTIte • •
W    N    I      \.
Iti'J i Ml   DRILL, 8L0CA *
THE SLOCAN  DRILL
C. E. SMrriii.niNiiAi.i", Editor nnd Prop.
IS ll'UI.ISlll'.lB HVHKY nilllAY AT
BLOCAN,      -      -       -       -      B. 0.
Legal Advertising 10 cents a line foi
the first insertion and5 cents a line each
subsequent insertion.
Certiiicates of lmpt'ovemetit, $7 each.
Transient advertisements at same rates
as legal aslvertising.
Loonls will be charged 10 cents a line
for each insertion.
Commercial Bates made known upon
.application.
The Subscription is t'2 per year, st.'iet-
ly in aslvance; (2.60 a year if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
THE SLOCAN PRILL,
Slocan, B. C
DRILL   POINTS.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '-'ltd, 1905
A pencil mark in the space
opposite will be an indication to you that ye editor
srnni*i ilerfl I In*ie is ciuiiaihing
cumin*; to him on yuursiib-
serlptlon.   Kindly ackaew-
leslge   in cash ami oblige.
•ElUTllltl VI,   UBOPPlNUa.
The lticiil initit's are looking better
than nt any lime in their history nnd
tin* available reserves of ore were
never so great, The prospects before
tin- camp may be classed as dccidi'dlv
promising.	
Slocan is securing an advertisement
through the press that is not at all to
her credit, the basis of comment being
the report of the post master-general
for the year ending June 80 last, In
it Slocan is credited with buying
money orders to the value of $55,512.-
89, and cashing but .14981.2*1. Only
nine other places in the province exceed this record. The inference drawn '
from the figures is that Slocan is one
of tin' most liberal supporters in the
west of the eastern departmental
stores. A more liberal patronage of
The Drill's advertising columns
would tend to materially reduce those
adverse figures,
*i—TLJ '      	
Not much of the $8,600,000just borrowed by the government will be
available for general public improvements. Eight per cent discount is the
price paid for forcing an unfavorable
market, which brought the receipts
down to 18,200,000. Then there will
Ih- deductions for underwriting and
incidental charges. Of what is left
.*2.(KX),()00 must lie set apart to wipe
suit the overdraft with the Bank of
Commerce, and the Fraser bridge al
New Westminster will swallow up
$750,000 of the remainder. Should
there lie any overs, the deficit for
1902-8 will make the amount look like
the premier's chances for knighthood
somewhat slim.
Rev. J. If. White, of Nolson, was
here ovor Friday.
Next Thursday is the Aineriean
Thanksgiving day.
A slatice was held in the Music Hall
on Tuesday evening.
Fred Smith, representative of Gage
& Co., Toronto, was bere Tuesday.
A big batch of drummers have been
doing business in the eity this week.
Mrs. B, A. Bradshaw left for her old
borne in Toronto Mondaj to spend the
winter.
The usual children's entertainment
will be held in the Music Hall at
Christmas.
Sandon has a number of Scotchmen
and they purpose celebrating St. An
draw's day.
The volunteer fire brigade has organized in good shape, with 11 lil"in-
bership of 15.
There will be a new drop scene exhi
liitesl at Nelson today, with Mr. Baok-
liffe in charge,
Charley Prosser, of Nelson,is acting
steward on the Sloean, during a short
holiday of \Y. Harris,
Tlie executive cjnniititt..' of St. An
draw's society is actively preparing
for the big bun feed on the 1st.
Anv old kind of a dentist would do
well here if he would make regular
visits nnd let the people know all
.'limit it.
The fire brigade has made a close
inspection of the various pump.'and
all the available hose in the business
section of the city.
Philip Dumoulin, formerly of New
Denver, has been transferred from
Victoria to Nelson as accountant in the
Bank of Montreal.
The K.of P. ball at New Denver
last Thursday wns the usual success,
Several parties from here were present
and report a good time,
The price of every hat in the store
has been out in two, in order to Clear
out the stock. Come early and secure
your pick.   Bennett s*v Co.
Hiss I hiss, n lady evangelist from
Spokane, preached in the Methodist
church Sunday. She has been hold-
in;*; special meetings all week.
Thc C.P.R. is strengthening all the
bridges on the Slocan river branch.
New ties are also being put in the lo-
cal section. Heavier engines are to
be used on this branch.
E. VV. Ham hadan encounter at his
ranch a few days ago with a wild cat
i':: ! got off with a badly scared horse.
Wm. Davidson vent a-gunning for
the feline and got him.
The Diur.L has r i. i\- *-l from the
d 'partaietit of the ulterior, Ottawa, a
magnificent map of tho Dominion iu
seven sections, lt is brought right up
to date and is thoroughly reliable.
James Baker, representative of the
W. F. of M.. returned from the Crow's
Net country on Tiicthy. lie reported the labor trouble - at Michel and
elsewhere ended and the men return 'ti
to work.
NOTICK.
Notice is hereby given to all parties
indebted to the luidersigned.that they
must call and liquidate their indebtedness on or before the 20th day of
December, 1902, as after thnt date all
outstanding accounts willlx* placed in
the courts for collection.
T. ,T. BATY. Slocan Hotel
MINING   RECORDS.
Appended is a complete list of the various records registered at the local registry office, II. P. Christie being mining
recorder:
LOCATION,!.
Nov 8—Con, 2nd n f Lemon creek, II
McFarland.
16—Keystone. Climax creek, J 1' Driscoll.
Forrest King, on Erin mountain,same.
ASSI'.SSMKNTS.
Nov 12—Evening Star No 0 fr, Clyde.
TRAKIFBRS.
Nov 10—Aggie uml AUoril, nil, A ('
Smith tn F (i Carllale.
12—li.iisv tV, White Cloud nnd Minnie
1-5 each, L> McCuaig to .1 Welsh.
Gwiilim & Johnson,
MINING  ENGINEERS
AND ASSAYERS.
Slocan,
B. C
The provincial authoritie
contlv destroyed thousand
have re-
oi fruit
From
Alex. Rogers,
Tonsorial Artist.
The Leading Parlors:
MAIN STREET, SLOCAN
Furniture
Glassware
Crockery
and
General
House
Furnishings ^>
D. D. ROBERTSON
TO RENT.
Furnished Rooms, by day or
week. Second tsi none in
tho city. Enquire on tho
premises.
11. Terry
Arthur street, near Depot.
J. I. MCGREGOR, >*.
A. Sc.
Provincial Land Surveyor & Mining
Engineer,
SLOCAN,
B. C.
Ill lillT Miners
No. 62, W. F. of n.
Meets every Wednesday* evening
In the Union Hall. Slocan City, at
7.HO p m. Visiting brethren cordially
invited to attend.
W. II. DAVIDSON.
President.
BERT O'NEAIL,
Financial Secretary
XMAS GOODS.
We hart jnst received an elegant
line of goods for tho holiday
trade, including
Hanicure Sets
in Ebony, ansl Silver Mounted
Leather Traveling Cases
Toilet Sets
Brush Sets
Purses
Perfume Atomizers
Perfumes, etc.
We alio carry Eastman's Kodaks
ainl general supplies.
J. A. ANDERSON,
DRUGGIST.
Agents for the Helnlzman &. Co.,Oct*
hard lleiiii7.ir.ini. and Karn Pin lies
nsuranc--**'
i'-jy'<**y     o
FIRE
ACCIDENT.
trees and berry bushes imported
Ontario, because of pests.   A carload
Harmony apparently thus not exist ()f Ontario apples has been destroyed
among those seeking to encouragi
and benefit the lead mining Industry
of the country, Tbe various boards ol
tirade, embracing tin- smelting inter
est*, stand committed to a duty on imported lead, while the mine-owners of
the Slocan favor rather a reduction In
the duties on candles, powder, Bteel
and other mining supplies. Both
bodies have called meetings to impress
their ideas on W. A. Galliher, member
at Wancia tor the same reason.
"East and Wed, a Paper for Young
Canadians," is the attractive tills' of ,i
hand-nine, eight page illustrated
weekly, issued from the publication
offices of the Presbyterian church in
Canada, Toronto. It well deserves
success. Its literary standard is hi^ii
and the printers have spa:- ;l ao pains
to make it a credit mechanically. A
storj bj Ralph Connor is promised in
an .'ally number. The atmosphere ol
. the paper ia whole omi ly ( uiadian
in the Dominion house for Yale aaditu natural to oxpocl East and
Cariboo.   The Nelson Board of Trade West will meet with n warm w ■]  line
has sent out invitations for a meeting " :l."' ' ;' | wol\ *»  ).!',!U' .\U" ,\v' ^
... ..    .,.,,       , ,,     t dan    church,     [lev.    IC   Douglas
m their  rooms  on  the    Ith.ami th"   lV|   .. .  j   i; ,    ,,    -.-   ■),,,,.,,.,  ,„,.
mine-own irs were I > gat] In Sandon
yesterday.     This   apparent   <li\isisn
among friends is lind and cannot but
prejudice tho object in -dew with thu
authorities at Ottawa.   Mr. Galliher
is eager enough lo further the < mw
of his coustitu nis and to do all in his
power to revive the languishing busi
ness of lead mining, but ho i-. pi tee I
in  an   embarrasaiug position as In
tween tbe two camps seeking to Bpoa!i
for the cause in general.   Soil was
when Senator Templeman came Into
the district a shorl time since.   Th •
government  will  be of the opinion
that the people of this constituenc]
really   do   not   know   what thoy do
want, and   certain   il   is   the llritis'i
Columbia membo-sr-f thehous sare i i
no position to i ulighten tho author!
tie*..   That   is   not right,   'I he leati
"joining industry is not prosperous and
Canadian mine owners ti" nol jjol th
same price for their product as <!
their American i pponents, Those an
the two imrun.unit   facts, and  it i* t i
belter that condition of affairs thai
legislation is  required.   Cannol  thi
various mining and comm ireial Inl r
est-, unite oil some comm in line i f
action an I so plnea what  they wain
Intelligently before the goremuieni .
ll scorns easy,   The fiovohnnenl can
not legislate th i country luto a pan,
dis • without  being pui  next  to thi*
s-'ombinntion,
theed'to; .
GUARANTEE and
EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY.
Representing the strongest companies dsning business in Canada.
See new accident policy, with participation in profits, fjoverlnfi" sickness and opcratinns.
II. D. CURTIS, Notat'V Public
Rubber Goods
Vi'it have a large stock to choose
from, lisiili gents ami ladies.
We   ttl-ai   I'arry   tin.'   largest and
1 it si assorted ftnek of ladies' uml
dents' boots und Bhnes.
Veal kip ami English kii> miners
ln.siis.     TIli'V   |"ivu   His:   Isi't-l    ui
satisfaction and urs'Siiaruiitced
for six months,
Adcock's Slice Store,
! Postofflco, - Slocan
Organized
No.
a oor:
Wc illustrate here
our No. 600
•■SOLITAIRE"
DIAMOND
RING,
which sells tor
$100.
Thla clone Is ot il'- finest quality,
and Ih mounted in l*ils. gold.
Ws' penonallf .s-lesst "sir Dlainon** frssm
llsu ". ssii.'i.' ,,1'n.s,, una vsstis .mr export
Ssli'iWli.Ui'   nl  Kiln's,  ilu   a.ass  J    sjsissllly
ssuvssr anten uur istssslt.
Our new Illustrated catalogue will
be forwarded on request.
We cheerfully refunsl thc purchliO
[rice where any irtlcll aclcctcd
is nol perfectly ssaiisfnctory.
Ryrie Bros.,
Jewelers,
Via Ki' ond Adelaide Streets,
.Toronto.
^TOUIi nt ton t ism is ro' peel fully
If culled in Iho Custom Tailors
Union Label, n cut of which
appears below. It. is iho only sign
whereby n person i.s onro of goltini;
i lothes mnilo in a fail shop.
"•"J3
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Cerlitote ei lip-nub
rsirt lloiss. Misieral Cliilsii.
Situatointhe Slocan Citv -minins divi*
sion of West Kootenay district. Where
located:—Hall mile north of Sprimer
creek, adjoining the (iohl Viking.
TAKK NOTICE that I, J. M. Mc-
Gregor, actio;; as agont for T.J. Baty,
free miner's certificate No. B60IW5: 11.
L. riff, 1-'. XI. C. No. Bfi9sS82, and J.
(I. McCallum, I". M, ('. No. B59924, in-
teml. sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of iniprtivi-ins'ii s, for thu purpose
of obtaining a crown giant on tho ubove
claim.
Ami further take notice that action.
under section :-'7, must be commenced
liefore the issuance of such certificate of
improvements.
Dated Uns 3rd day of Octoher, r.»)2.
10-10-02. " J. M. McGREGOR
Exchange ns,si Silvar pinto Mliieritl
C'UI...».
Situate in the Plrtcnn City Mining Divi*
siim uf the West Riiiiieiiay district
Where located : On Dayton creek.
TAKK NOTICE that I. J. M. McGregor, acting as i,u"'t t inr II. (!. Vrtli'l uvl,
fit-t* miners'ci'i'titii'utc No.liWHt34,intend,
sixt* days from the date lieri'of, tn apply
to the mil inn recorder fs>r certificates ol
illlplisVi lie til,   fnr I hi' pie | use of (ibtaill-
illjr   i-iii'.s >, KfalltS nf t!.e al'.iV.* I'lllilllS,
And (inther take notice Unit action,
iiiulcr section iiT, must b-s commenced
before the issuance ofsuch certificates ol
iinpiovi'tu'iit.
Dated this :inl day of October, Ifl0'».
10-10-02 J. M   McGREGOB
Uy lca\ing you,' order for a Fall
Suit, Trousers or Overcoat with
A. David, Miners' Tailor,
yon will Hnd  thu !'ii..i'i Label oa
till i .... iit t mude. hv him,
Gents   Kir'-.':.*..lings
of a «ido range and of (irfct-claiis
quality kept In stock.
I'ri oot
SVill   III-
r„iiini right.
Stores I.' Sla ian antl Sandon.
Blair, 1 "si Mliss'i-ai (Jlaliu,
Situate in the Slocnn City Minin I Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located :—On Ten Mile creek,
east of the Enterprise,
TAKK NOTICE lhat I, J. M McGre-
gor.acting as agent for 1'. W. Ellis,
free miner's ceitilicate No. 1159*188, and
('. IS. Smitheringale, F.M.C. No.B50"43,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof,
to npply to tho Mining Recorder ora certificate of improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining a Crown Qrant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action,
under Beclton .!", must bo commenced
beforo the issuance of such certificate sif
improvements.
1'itcd thi-; :th day of September, 1902.
10-10-02 " .1. M. McGREGOR
Montreal Hlncml < Intin.
Situate Iii the Slocan City Mining Division of the West Kootenay hi'trict
Where located!—Oh ths divide between Lemon and  Sprlngor creeks,
niljoining thu Two Friends mineral
claim,
TAKK NOTICE that I, Archie Main-
waring-Johnson, ncting as agent fur l'io
iii's'i- Mining Co., Limited (non-punontil
liability), Freo   Miner's Certificate  No,
QfiSlSlI,intend, sixty davs from the date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate oj   Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining n Grown grant
nf tho above claim.
And further take notice that action,
uniler section '17, tniist bo commenced
before the isrunnuo of such certificate ol
Improvements.
Dated tli is Uth day of October, 1002.
ARCHIE MAINWAR1NG-JOIINSON
17-10-02
81 suitors).*, I'ruotlonnl Mlnorul Claim.
Situate in-tho Slocnn City Mining Division of tho West Kootenny District.
Whore located: in tho Arlington
basin,
Tako notice thnt I, J. M McGregor,
ncting as ngent for TIior. Tobln, KM.
C. No. U50727, and II. Cameron, free
minor's certificate No. IJ60703, intend,
sixty days from the dato hereof, to n| i ly
to tint Mining' Rocoidor for a certirli n
of improvements, for tho purpose nl i
tnining a crown grant for the above
claim.
And further take notico Ihnt action,
uniler section 37, must bo commPiiced
beforo tho issuanco ofsuch certificate of
improvements,
Dated this 17th davof November, 1002
21-11-08 J. M. McGREGOR,
Do You
Want a Home?
Then come to Slocan, for it is
one of the fairest spots on this
earth of ours. Levelness,
Room, Scenery, Health, Fishing, Hunting,Roads, Railway
Steamboats, Churohes,Sohool
Hospital, Public Halls and
enterprising citizens are some
of the advantages enjoyed bv
this City, backed up by Unsurpassed and ProvenMineral
Resources. Nature and Man
hath decreed that
Slocan is
the Burg
Come and bo convinced that this tale is
no mere idle dream, but a stern reality.
Pioneer Livery
and Feed Stables,
Slocan,  B. C.
General Packiiifj and Forward in)*" attended to at the
shortest Notice.
Saddle ar.d Pack Horses Ier
hire ai reasonable rates.
ii. E. ALLEN, •        Manager
Notice to Delinquent Co-owners
To .1. W. Millard, Kate Scott and Thos
lti'isl, or tsi ayy person or persons lo
\*. hotn they may have ttat aferred their
several interests, in whole or in purt,
iii the BlugTen mineral claim,tituated
near ibe Kutcrprise mine, in Blocan
City mining division o| West Kootenay, located September tab. 1896, ami
recorded September 9th, 1895:
You are hereby notified iliat I have
expended the sura of one hundred ami
two dollar! and fifty cents in perform*
ing and recording assessment work for
tbe niiovi mentioned mineral claim,
since the tub day of September, 1901,
and if within 90 days from Ihe tlate of
this notice you. or any of you, fail or
refuse to contribute your several proportion! sif »tii*h expenditure, together
with all costs of advertising, your interests in paid claim shall become Ihe pro
perty ofthe sulisciiner, under section
•.'srd!iif the Mineral Act.
Datetl at Slocan thia 11th day of Sep-
lember, 1902.
12*9-02 r W. ELLIS
Steel Ranges
for $18.25.
NADIAN .,
All  BOnsll le pent le tl'H li I
ly i eC 1' It.
s
i KF.n
Al KTY
ATISFACTIOl"
a in
pn
a.in
I'.n
A (jlnttco at the condensed
timetable will convince you
t.f this fact. Leave Blocan
Citv at I 20 i'.in ;
Arrive Winnipeg Brd dar 8.60
Arrive St. I'.tul 3rd day at 0 "10
Arrive Chicajfo 4th day at. '.),", I
Arrlvo Turonto 6th day at 2 16
Arrive Montreal 6th day at G.80
Arrive New York fith day 8.56
"Flying palaces iivriay.Iuj"
urioiis ^ resting | hn,'■• ni
hlght," li'lv dcsc.t I hei tn- (J
I'.K Tourist Cars, which
leave rs follows;
Leavei Dunmore Junction dnily for 8l
Paul; Kootenay Landing Tuesday antl
Saturday for Toronto, Montreal ete,
riinhci- proi fn!'ih,* mn ii,,:,!
led service (,| the (' |. |.    (,;(||
he had on application to
D.l'.A., A(;    \iV\
Nelson. Vnnenuvi
Why ho without a range when
you can (jet one so cheap? The*j
nre preforrable to stoves nnd giva
licttet* sati>f,iction. These ranges
born wood or coal and will he
set up (roc.
H, J.
TINSMITH   AND  PLUMBER.
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To Harry Williiuns, or to nny penoa
or person!tO whom lie may l.sve Irioi-
fen I'd his interest iu the Chilli
antl l>elpbian mineral claims, lituittd
Oil tlm head waters of Lemon rretk.
and recordetl in the Recoider's ntlirs
for tho Slosan i ity mining division.
You are hereby notified that I.Osctf
V. White, free inineri' certificate No.
I'.MH'.'T, have caused to be exponilnl th!
sum of  six hundred and   fifteen dollar!
in labor and Improvement! ou tbo sbovi
met tis tied mineral claims, in ordsrto
hold said claims uniler the provitii'ini nf
111! Mineral Act; and if within DO dayl
from tha date sif this notice you fail, or
refine, to contribute your proportion ol
such expenditure,together wiih all coiti
sif advertising, your interest ill "ill
claims will bsienme the propeity of Ihs
piil>«rrilM*r, under  Section  ■•  of  tn   Aft
Ientitled "All Act to amend the Mineral
Act, 1900."
I>atsvil at Bandon, B.C.,thi!20thdiy of
; BepteralHir, A.D, ii«)^.
l 2fl n o> ntCAR V. will'Is
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