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Array THE
TOI*. IV., »••
fhe Best Canned Goods
are the best value, no matter what the
price is. We have the famous Simcoe
brand of canned Fruits and Vegetables,
and our price is as low as you pay for inferior goods ,
ASK TOR SIMCOE BRAND.
We have others if you should want them.
W. T. Shatford & Co.
Wilson too
SLOCAN, B. C.
U reached by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
Do not go past its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
POLITICAL   SENSATION
A. E. TEETER,
Proprietor.
Arlington    IrEEotel,
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
L. H. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
This popular holfl is Convenient to tho ln>-jt-*. and train-.    The dining room
is bsli :«'lv npto-iate while the but is Applied Willi the best in tiie market,
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
n a -"Tr*-c*- ,   Travelling men. using Rample Rooms, $2 50pcr day •
s\f\ I CO •    wlttieut Sample Rooms, $2; board $8 per week; nienls.15-
JOB
PRINTING
^   A FIRST-CLASS STOCK.   .   .    _\
fc   HIGH GRADE WORK ""3
£   REASONABLE PRICES.    .    .    3»
DRILL
OFFICE
JOBN   HOl'STON   TUnSlSD   MOWN HV
I'OV. JOI.Y.
i:.r„,,..,i t0 Acotpt Hlm an ii ('Hl)lnct Mlii-
ilt***-N*I«oii Oltlioa* Hold n Muu»
Htatlug M.tl Oondeiuii  Aotloil of tin*
I.Uiiti'natit-liDvi'iifliir.
The ])itst week or so 1ms l>a***n atnost
strenuous time in provincial politics1
and the end is not yet. It hns all
come about over the trejitment John
Houston, the member for Nelson, received while iii Victoria on cabinet
business. As president of the Conservative Association of the province,
John had a right to expect« portfolio
in th" government. There were two
vacancies, Lis choice being the department of lands and, works. He weni
down to Victoria jtutt after the election and remained thoro three weeks.
11.' received the glad hand from Premier McBride and was assured a beat
in tbe cabinet. Finally his appointment went before Lieut.-Gov. Joly,
who declined to Accept it, because of ]
John having sassed the speaker in the
house two sessions ago.
[mmediately after John returned to
Nolson and consulted with hi* sup-
I" i.'i's, tl i-v passing.**, warm resolution of continued confidence in him.
Last Thursday riight a mass meeting
of t!i-> citizens of Nelson want hold in
the Opera House and wus largely attended. There John explained tho
situation from beginning to ond and
road the correspondence passing between him and th* governor on th-s
subject, incident.illy he poured hot
shot inl > t!ioi<- of tho Cdrirervative
party who wore reipoutubk for his
embarrassiog position, and promising
not to rest until he had them bustt u
from their positions. A strong resolution was adopted,c sn ming the li.-*ut.-
govern »r .v.! ci udei n •' th-* premier
For nol resigning as a protest.
Additional inl irest has beau oddsd
I a  th .•  sltuiti in by a spirit ■ I open
letter, which I!.:;i. •!■>. ph Marti i h is
.vl tressed through the press to Li ink-
Gov. Joly.   In'il In* severely handle1
th   re ire,; ititali-vo of lh   cr jttn n-i l
■ • i-,l mmi  l-'m for t iritis : Ho '.a; > i
d iwn.   U utin   d so] ic ta   mat   -  i
things in the hou ••• than Johu'i. ' i
cretioa were allowed to paas um    i-.t I
by the governor, nntl h - sei s uo j i I
ficatiou for tha present action.   13
sidos tbe occurrow o waa ti\ > yoar  • ;
and should haTe tln-ii !>.• n correc    I
Martiii thinks the governor ov< rate;
pB-d   Uia  position  and ' commit!
grievous, wrong in uol accepting -I ; u
Houston's appointment to the cabin -i.
M-Arialov-Clnlllll l»K 0».
The Maridor-Goulding C >.. a i I In
tario quartette of lady entertainers,
gato ;i performance in the Music Hall
Tuosday night, uudcr thc au pic is < I
thr* band, r.nd were greeted with a
fair house. Thi p rfoi i in e y is ol
thiL vaudeville description and gave
satisfaction, the only weak s\ ■■ bei
the opening historical sketch betwei n
Misses Goulding and Maridor. The
litter redeemed herself later in a
clever monologue entitle 1,1 h" Widon
Mi*-s Qoulding shone a:>_ acornoti*
display in
up supplies on Sunday .nad commenced active operations for tho winter the ni-xt day. The Port Hope has
a rich oro chute oxposed.runriing hkrh
in gold, so tlio losseos shoulil make
money,
HMNllltVX OH VNIDINli PROCESS,
a Itaotsnay PlojiaevTulUof Uli WkihIiii--
flll     III Vflllll llflll.
Dr, Hondryx, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
one of the early pioneers of Kootenay
and an owner In the Last Chance
mine at Sandon, was in Nelson this
week,and he told the Nnwsalittlo
about tin* cyauidlug procesi be lias
patented for the treatment of low
gradesnvev ores. It is very similar
to the plant destined to bo installed'
at thv Arlington mine, ou Springer
crook,
Tim new process will reduce both
tli** initial cost of the plant and the
subsequent cost of treatment. The
saving on both will be material,
amounting to over -10 per cent on the
plant and at least 30 per cenl ou the
treatment. The main foatuijenof the]
Houdryx process consist in tne em
plo ment of a very weak cyanide sol
iition, combined with a thorough ae:',i
tion of the mass, in ordei to secure as•
perfect chemical combination fts possible, aud the deposit of tie* ijaiues on
lead or en]i]ior plates by eleotmhtie
action. This method does ngray v.ith
the cumb irsome m ichontcal procAs&as
now in use, the deposit being received
direst from the mud, and tha whole
process completed in one tank. A
vast economy of time is also socured
in this way, aa the tima of extracti m
is only from two to m:*. hours. The
results secured are highly satisfactory,
ih" much higher returns an I the 1 >w
cost of treatment making it an ideal
factor in the working of low grade
propositions.,
'i ii • proiSi3 ie by i«o m • iris untri ■ 1.
; it hns been w irked with b iccess at
a mi ie in which i';'. Hi n Iryx i--, intex-
■.-i \ ..! Prescott, Vrizo ia, ma »y th m
• ■■; I'..; taa: having but**.* run thraii ■:'.-.
Oroj from other parts of th • countrv
b • bei)*J i .'..'I by ta- tie-itmsnt and
iuT.'jriably with sue; ss. '! Le inren-
ion i.i ..ri i ■;■ a groat st'.t ttmoag
a'ifliu!" m a geni rally.
.. -
HhIIiu.iA'a llil■ ot I:.
J. .-.. Carts •■!;•:.: : [•.   en "" tigen!
a E lhe C P.B., wai here  Friday en
Whole riding fiw formed, with these
officers; lion, pre-;., Hon. If. Borden;
pros., C. A. aSeiiilin, Ashcroft- vice
pves., J. U. Mitchell, Koniloopa* sec,
.I.T. Robinson, Kamloops; treas., Dr,
Morris, Vernon.
ClUITl.i: BTIOK siAins.
lltilaj-ai* of Band   i'n'-~ it SwuIK  rui-.-jon
Prmpsxtty,
A beginning waa .mud-) this week
looking to tlio development of the
Cripple Stick group this winter. The
property was bonded n month ago by
Frederick Stock, ropresosting English
money. Under tho terms of lli» bond
work wa--lo commence by tho 1st ol
November. Accordingly ou thai date
a small force of men, under tho dlrec
tion of George Nichol,commenced the
erection <>J a blacksmith shop and doing other-necessary outside work. A
tunnel will be drives, on the ora expo
sure, every foot of whieh will be lu
pay matter, Theveln has been traced
through the group and each opening
shows ore. A couple of town >ent to
the smelter last month netted Sho to
the ton, tin- gold values boing pro-
uoiiBced.
Mr. Stock arrived in town on Tuosday to complete arrangements for the
winter's operations.
Cl'I.I.lMlS.
Ve:'terdiiv was (iuv Fawl
An
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Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco
Vou 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.
4-C. SMITH,
SLOGAN
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TAILOR. . .
We earry a full line of
Imported Worsteds,
Serges and Tweeds.
I.jttjst designs shown
in Pantlngs,
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Fit, Finish, and Work ftj
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yt ——— o—_ ■—— ar* guaranteoa gg
| Gents' Furnishings Selling at Cost H
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The stoi'k of tin* late A. David is offered Tot
coat,      It comprises Top Shirts, Cnderwen
Collars, Working Clothos, etc., etc
and get veur oboice.
Main Street,
i at
I il*S.
Coma early
tixxm^
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Slocan *
- much power, --VU and Bn
islil and m it witli liberal applau #.
Miss Milili-'*.]   Bassett  appeared   in
I character bou***b, principally of the
coon style, aud did well, though han
! dicapped by n severe cold. Wiiuome
little Hazel Rayiuoud captivat'd all
j by ber clever dancing and singing.
i A bright future awaits her. Altogether
the performauco wns gootl, and the
a idiencea woultl Ht* larger if thoir advance man pave tha' |i irformers more
anil longer advertising.
Slue!, nn  llu' BOB».-i-.i'.
Passing through lit=r.- Friday were
W. H. Stout, vice piosident *>T the D i
minion Bxpress Co.,aud S. T. St vai ,
, the n.'w'v appointed superinl ' ■*
of the Pacific divielou oftli i company.
Mr. Stout was accompaniod  by hisi
! wife.   The. party were on a vis I |(
I inspection and had jusl c irao d iwn !
II rom tlm Lardeau country. Thej wore
I paitiful.u'lv struck with   th •   conic
benutiee of tho Slocan lake trip, and
dated tbey were enrapl ire I with i1
glories displayed,   tn their opinb
the scenery ia Incomparably -jrand i'
'tlmn anything in tho country,
UcAllltlar tiiiiBip ii Slilppflfa
Wm. Hunter, of Silverton, passed
through to his home from Nolson on
Tuesday.   He had lieen down to the
Hall mines smeltol-to superintend the
handling of » carload of ore from the
McAllister group, on the north rork
of Carpenter croek, which   is  Ix-ing
' operated by himself and G or- o Fair
! bairn,   Tht*  sampling   returns  « 'i '
vary satisfactory.
i,h ■ Lard inu country au 1 Poplar
•:• ■ ',.. [•] a- - bin ius i evorywhon
hi tha out itle in ou the bum.the com-
i my really havin ; m ir • traffic offer
ing than '.'.-.'y cattoonvenisutly handlt
with Ihe stock available. Joe does not
altog< . • li' •* the wny the Slociin
people aro kicking aliout tho train
service up this way. He thinks thej
arc expecting to i much. Tha Kaku> p
i\>ad diB's not originate businesa sulb-
ei.Mit to pay for axle grease, b isid *.-
beb*igve"*y costly to keop up. Lasl
yaar tho company dropped -*~:"i T.~>.* •:';
on the road, ami yet people look for a
main lineservico. Tii- «enial official
alsoiemarked that a new time tab! •
, mid shortly be issued, diverting all
the main line business Erom Kootenay
to th** Slocau lake route.
i. o. o. !'• Innnal Uftll.
On Friday night the Oddfollows
gave their annual ball In t!i« Music
Hall, the u.**'.ul success attending
t', ic c'Tirt . Several outside people
were pretenl and moro would have
come had the oveniuc boat not been
so lato. All in attendance bad a thoroughly enjoyable time.followed up by
an excellent aud tasteful suppsrgot
ton up in ths best stylo by Mine Host
Knowles at tho Arlington, Music for
the dance was Emmislied by thelMc-
Millan orchestra, and Wm, Hicka
sup irinteuded operations on the floor.
Tin* Cosgrove family of entertainoi*8
aro to lif' here shortly.
Tho \\ihm:r Outcrop has beeu cut
down to a single llj Bheet ol two
pages.
Nocourt or revision of the voter-'
list ofthe Slocan riding was held lr.sl
Month!-..
I) !!. O'Neail is erecting a commodious addition to iii1; residence on Arthur streot.
T. B. Hall and family have moved
back to town from the Bosun mino,
New Denver,
For the month of October thoCP.
i{.. land sales were 55,950 anv;,value'!
.:■ ?236,611 39.
i |*.e railway p iple hav placed n
1 u* -e -■':■ ."'• lamp cm the iwossingl iad
i tg to the wharf.
OUR   OKU
SHIPMENTS
•il 11ST YVllAI,   BROWING   MADE   IIY
11IIS   DIVISION.
l.n.l Vnnr\« Bhlpmouti Wore 6333 Tonii—
A llaaalllay III* Ifllianu,, i,r llut l.lra mill
Wfl'ullli „t thr* (.'«iri|i. lOitt. 1'i.rUn tliu
Blggait Bhlppor,
Three proportiej figure in the ship-
ping li.! ol thedivlsion this week, with
a toi il of 5-1 tons. The Enterpri ie
senl out its usual quota of 40 tons to
Trail, The Hampton made Its only
shipment for lh" .ear, of ."> tons, to
the Nelson smelter, followed on Tuesday 11 ths Banic plo ie by nn '; to.ai ia'!
by the le oesof th • Dayton, No lesa
ths i I ■"* properties figure in the shipping li-t so I'm this year, wiih a coin*
bim i output of 109-J tous.
For 1902 the ore uhlpmeuts from
the loi al division amounted to 6uy3
made u\> from 12 properties.
Following is ;i full list of the shipments this year to date:
mini:.
WI'Kit*.
TOTAL
•lo
"."*»
Arlington	
•in
Ottawa	
120
Black Prince	
	
17
bondholder	
*.;
Dayton,.       	
8
12
UpjiubHc	
70
62
•1
Restraint	
u
Highland Light....
aa
m
Alberta	
. .. .
3
Cii|B|ii«! Stick,.
*.'
Natnen	
'»
5
a1!
53
um
SIlNKS   AM)    UIMNU,
Slocan mines last week sbipped .r!J.">
torn of ore.
Sandon mines last week shipped 142
lo.i^ a ij or'.
Tho Rosslaud camp last week sent
oul B160 tons of ore.
All t ild  there are  ovor !■/> men
workin : ituthe Slocau.
The men from the Arlingt in came
di avn lhe hi ! on Friday.
innp house and machinery ol        bePa   i       ine soparat ing plant
V
Lai ifl.r ai'i l*»rl llfla;*'.
II. Lea, C. Snyder and C. Mi Nichol
hnve secured a leaseon the Porl Hope
claim, on Rrin mouulaiu.   Tbo,-i     il
Rmptnd Op«ratl»ii« roi-Soanoli.
On Friday afternoou the lea!
shingle mill suspended operations for
tho winter, and aexl day m ut of thr
crew left ror Nelson, on rout i to th nr
old boms in Lindsay, Ont. Taken M
through the soason has been fairly
•rood for tbe company, and their plant
has worked down into smooth running
shape. Thev have now on hand u
surplus stock of 5,000,000 shingles,
which they expect to dispose of in
Ontario. Operations will on resumed
in th.- early spring.
su ror r)ttot:itloii*i.
Following a:.' the quotations for bar
silver on the various days during the
weok since lasl i. me!
Thursday    C0J cents
Friday..    CO     "
Saturday    ;,',:|    "
Monday    B9-J    "
Tuesday	
Wodiieadaj     B0g    "
CHHH*-t'vallv**gO***{anlset
Tha Cbuservative convention for the
I) imiuion constitu •;: \ of Vale Cari*
l>'o was bold in K'-nnl-ioi*-'he-l Thuii"-
il.f . ! ul no nomination of « caudlduto
was  mail.'.   An  association   for the
:, ■  iix   l1 -;tne Light Co', wa
,! '.li a-1! by Bro ou Saturday,
';',. Mi i Iregor, who has been survey-
in ; in East K otenay ;*.. 1 summer, ar-
rivi I i i ou \l ednesday on a vis-it 11
his brother, W. D. McGregor.
The (' ''•'- •' '•>• nill appear in the
M ii ic Hall, on the 2.1rd iu it., under
the auspices of the hospital. Their
• '. . ha be< . improved greatly and
is Brat-class.
Tin* production of igoldnnd silver in
the United Stat"js lastyear, as com
pi]  : by the din ctorol  mints, ws ■
jrold  ^80,000,000, silver  871,765,758.
Prod ict of Alaska   gold 553,854,800,
nil ver §118,950.
The < lanadian Pacific has establish-
a d; irvice ; •■■'.'u ■ round trip be-
r . i N-laon ai'.-l ! rout Lake. Boat
! -nves t*-els m at 7 a.m., returning I -
u day at 6.15. The trip to Kaslo is
daily at the same hours.
Dr. Keith, medical supi rintcndenl
th • hospital, departed on Wedn ii
d ij for Coal croek, near Fernie, whero
u r-ill loak aftor tli- health of the
i >ra for thr company,   His d spar*
ture is a distinct loss to the town.
***0Tthera Plonnen from Blocim.
rhero i'i a little band of Slocan boys
away up north doing pioneer work
hi   co ..'.       ;     orations.
A uumber of min ; from Butte
have appeared in the camp lab ly.
The outlook iii th i Boundary camp
,va ; never so bright as n  ai pre eut.
Boundary ore shipments last week
t talii .1 16,127 toni, or 53 1,128 tons to
date.
Frank Griffith •■ ort * i re again
-:..i viofr in the drift of his Westmont,
on Ton Mile.
The office furniture of thoSI'ocan-
Kilo Mining Co. was distrained last
'.. fbr nnl.
George McLean and Frank Griffith
have relocated lhe old Fairy Quoen
ra ":' in Mile r, re k.
Geo. Clark will appeal the Dock-
stfeador decision in the Wild Rose, or
Cody fraction, cases
The Bosun mine, at New Denver,
has closed down tight, quite a number
of men l,i ing I. ■ out.
The Spygla a group of mines, on
Poplar en ■-. hu.* b u bond d to it.
G.McLcod lor*-. i,0i I.
A certificate of iuipr worn mts ha*
been -*i*anl 1 on th Para, situated on
the i. rth fork     Ti n Mile,
Two men weni up t i the Kilo group
this wi ik to sorl oul and -a< b f ir
thatwili ere long redouud to thoir bipment a carload of gold oro.
own enrichment. They went up there Two new furnaces al tho Granby
two years ago under the captaincy ol BUU,Her wero blown in thi week,glv*
Neil Gething, and have be :i quiet j [u« a daily capacity if2l00tous.
. ,.:i ig on to all the b ■ I things in
.. ht. Where they ore I icati d wUl lie
tnpp • i by the Grand Trunk Pacific
Dave aud Bob Sloan and Harry
I.,, .e are woi ki ig the Black Grouse,
on tlio north fork of Carpenter, under
I* a'.e.
A ri ih 'li covei v has beon made on
li
ahwaj :" d  then they will l-egin lo
r ■ali/..'.   Na"ii spring many ui ire ad
\ >nl nous spirii- from here Mill trond
northwards to the ..ame locality, all
S Kin ahead of the railway. Once he Spyglass uny.yi. on,. ■*!* ..■ •• n •*.
Kwhileono heai-s about theorigl- the quartz carrying  fit ■ gold and
nnls, For instance,last^ ■ ■'' I lazotte : :';,t!>v ■••''*'•'•
,•, italned an application to prospect ;    r—fa v:c.\ arrongem mts -.v. ro mado
,,,■ coal, signed by Neil Gethingon r01..|1(, 01*pction  of a 50-ton Elmore
behalf ofB*A. Shatfoid, of this place. oH  ooncontrator  by   tho   Rossland
Thegroundto he prospei-tcd lies on power Co., for the War Eaglo-Contro
the west side of  Parsnip river, al th« gtai. m[ntiSi
month "f Moutittsiteca creek, in the
Parsnip valley, Omlnoea district. Thu Thunksto the  Elmore oil proci   •
hot - hue something pretty good  in Rossland is entering on a new era ol
Bight. ' prosperity.    Chere promj  •*• I i lie n
: ' striiin of concentrators from Rosslaud
r i    i to t rail.
In thia issue appears a list of lands
- *r'rw r-?" *JS^"S^srass
trict which the government is olionng ,h, wr,,    The,   ,t.lt(,| .hey would
for sale the date Of the sale being fix have five caw of oro ready to .to out
»d for December 8th, al Kaslo.   Tho ^hon shipping commenced,
list is not as long as that of last year,
bu      • parcel remaining u    .Id then Throafeeri of galena has beeueu'
...",. ,..,,,.•,.!,.,.ed now.   ft is thc in countered lu the No. 6 tunnel on the
I ,,'ti ,-aoftb    [,-ovora ncnt to I is! Clianw.   Il assii" iIiOob in sil
cnncolallpr    mptions on which tlm ■. ■.-1 nd I ] ■■    ■   nl ' ;■ '     nW™W
., ,, ,    • i. ., lh.il ll    land   Ike flow pl  tl ■ dntl  indicating
•na v
; lirown opi n to u
settle
;i la.   chute hriow
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A Love
Match.
♦•*-♦♦♦«*♦♦
Dv  SY1AAN1JS  COBU.   Jr.
CHAPTER XIX.
Thr. a days I'aul Waybrook aeurch-
tai high unit low for tlutes ui the
missing girl, and at tho end of lhat
lima in* fully believed she hud ili*il
from iho city. In deepest dejection,
»i thu close of the third duy, he.re-
|.aiia* I   to  tin* hotel  whero   In*      luul
laiacn up his quarters, In his do*
upontlouey, he believed Uiot Christina
wus lofct to Iii in. Ila believed thai
she  liutl   boon   moved   to  foi'sur.0  hiin
beenuso of bin father's wruth. Tho
elements thai entered into iho com
position of hin feelings were fur irom
being of a harmonious nutiu'e. Thcro
witn neither harmonj of sorrow nor
litl'inony ul hi11erm ism. though K.iil
Mill Wormwood were in his CUp.
On ii.is evening, Paul's evil star
wus iii the ascendant. As he cams
Into the smoking-room after ten br
in. t three of ids coUega chums, who
(omul blm al u moment when his
mcii'ul force was submerged by the
riiioit of disquiet, nnd bo grasped at
th* companionship eagerly. Tliey
went to a private room nud called
for champagne and cards, and then'
they mado a night of il. They played fur money, but thc stakes wero
merely nominal, us nol tun: "ef iho
number cared to win from another
for tlio bare, so ko of ibe winning. At
ii'.ist. mi they professed lo holiove ns
I boy played In the early ni^bt. Itut
it rinse observer, standing apart from
In teres i in the game, would have d-
looted, u.s the piny proceeded, thnt
they grow eager and oxclled, and
thai the loser wns not Jubilant as
was tho winner,
So iho night passed, and it waa
nour morning when Paul, with uncertain vision. BOllght  his bed,
Pn imi too eegor to condemn,
yo who, by accident of birth, have
inherited cooler nnd stronger wills.
lio imi too complainant hi yoursolf-
rlglitcousness, yo who havo never
been tempted. Ucliovo, If you i':m.
that among tho ihousnnds who f..n
ni'n some over whore misfortune un-
H< Is weep.
Paul Waybrook could be strong In
the rifalit so long bs circumstances
surrounding him ru\o him right direction. Thore wns not In his mt-
ture a single instinct preferring evil
rather than good. But, liu.' man*,
another wayfarer In this world oi
uliorniito day und night, tho vorj
best Impulses of iiis heart were On-
mean** through which, lu misdlrcc-
lion, lu* wus led astrn.v. Ho bud
been oust out from bis homo because
he would not cast ofl his love: ami
now be bud lost bis ilonr love for
whom be bad sacrificed a parent's
blessing; At college, Paul hnd learned to play at cards, and to heighten
the interest of tho sixmo i.v smull
stakes of money.
Cast thus out from home und
from love, with evil appetite upon
bin), uml the evil Influences gathering thicker and thicker about bim,
Paul went rapidly d.iwn, antl he was
content to s.*ek thi society ol those
With whom, two short weeks before,
be would not have deigned to even
shake hands. He hud plenty of
money, ami the honey-bees     buzzed
uVOUnd bim continually giving bim
no time for thought or consideration. In fact, for two weeks bo hnd
not seen a really sober moment. lie
bud come at length to that estate ol
body in Which alcohol is both food
mid iti ink
It  wns   toward   the  close     of     lhe
iiauy ihui three men stopped a streetcar in lluyiiiuiket   Square,  untl   entered.     Tbo cur  wus  bound  up town,
and  bad  contained  only  one  passenger when tbe new comers entered.   I no
toil passenger hud boon rending, nud
ovur   tlio   lop   ol   bis   pnper   be    con-
templatod    tin:    three men who had
ssat*d    themselves directly opposito.
ib; wondered to s.-e those three men
lordlier, aud lie wondered still mora
in  mo   ilieut  conversing  upon  a  su-
b inl equality.
Hue of thos* man  bad B ministerial
lnok. His garb was of tlio lines! ol
nine!, broadi loth ha wore a white
■ ntvei. with n (tending dickey; his
face wns palo aud smooth-shaven ;
bis features were regular, and not
ni looking and I is black silk hut
wus mi     easily  upon a well-shaped
ead. lie Wora gold-bowod spectacles
|und ki<i f;liavis. i,ml rarriod a goid-
e.'.iie t cane.
The second ni.iu of the tiin Imd nu
such moral look. Tho gentleman
with the pap<r a i blui down al
mice •'.■* a sporting character, iii>
cjothlng was of a Jaunty cut, und
his Jewelry, if not of t)■•* lirst water,
nas ut toast bright and attractive,
lie worn u magniflcont moustache,
nnd Iiis face bud n hard, reckless
look, though nol forbidding or unkind, lie appeared a gentleman, and
displayed ., double row of peRi'l.v
i Plh when he --mile!.
Tbo third nui ii of the group was
t'e wonder. \ mors tot taken,
gi'acole38-looking tramp lie of tho
newspaper thought its had never
seen. Ho wus diu,, and sl ouch*/; his
a lothing, |l|-fllling, soiled and pat chart: his hnir uncombed; his features
drawn into a stupid, drunken leor,
with u livid zone around one ol the
eyes, ns Lhoilgfl he hnd received a
hlow there li might have boon an
axtraVMatlon ot hlood, ami il hilght
l.avo been something else, Tho eyo
us.-'lf, upon clost inspect ion. i'ial
not show any sitfti of huvinp boon
injured. Filthy, ragged, low und
seemingly    utterly   degraded,     Hus
wretch was admitted to full and free
communion with the other two. Yes.
«»id more, thoy addressed him con-
Itdentinlly, nnd his answeis to their
i|U«!»iions were n-mni kably crisp und
properly siankeu.    Tho drunken   leer
o* face and the drunken utrciijng ot
the bond would ovor aud unou bo
laid aside, as thiiiiit'h at will, untl
from holh eyos and fuco woultl gleam
au Intelligence keen and stmt ling.
The car stopped at tho loot of
Dromflold street, und ihe trio got.
out. The man with lhe newspaper
watched them depart In different directions, and he wondered greatly who
and whut they could be,
That evening I'nul Waybrook Was
tapped upon tho shoulder by a
friend.
•Ah, Dick!    Is it you, old follow?"
"Yes,  Pun).    Let's try a punch."
They irled lhe punch. Tho friend
wns l.icK Hainmat, a glorious good
fellow, whom I'nul bud picked up In
bis truvels, und Who bad saved bim
a broken bead in u brawl.
In this Dick llaminat we have the
■porting gentleman—ha ol the magnificent moustache and bright jewolry
--ol the street-car. The.v drank und
chatted, and chatted nnd drunk: and
after a time Dick proposed u walk.
Arm-in-arm they went forth.
The twain slopped in at several
places and drunk, Dick iliiinuiat persisting in faying most ol ths time.
At length thoy Stopped beforo u door
where Paul did not remember to have
ever stopped before,
"What's this, Dick?"
"It's one of the quietest and nobbiest places in tho world. We can
spend an ovening hero ufter our owu
own fashion. Wo can huve u glorious punch, of honest stuff, and a
quiet little game if we like.''
'Jusl the place, old boy. Lot's go
in."
They entered, und went upstairs
Into a doublo room handsomely furnished. Thero was a bur In one corner, behind Which stood n mnn in a
linen coat. Ai. u table, beneath a
gns-.ict, sat a gentleman reading. Ha
was n sedate, ministerial-loosing
mnn. scrupulously dressed in blnck,
Without ornament of any kind, saving Ills gold-bowed spectacles. He
looked up from bis paper, and Bcoin-
ed surprised. Ilammat also seemed
surprised.
"I-Iallol    Major—is this you?"
"Yes, Dick.' said Iho gout Ionian.
laying usiite his paper.
"When did you como from Washington?"
"Last night. I have a furlough
for a few weeks, ami am bound for
the mountains."
"Well met!" fried Dick, grasping
the gentleman by the hand. "Paul,
this is Major Harvey of tho Topographical Engineers. Major, ihis is
Paul iVaybrook, ono of tho truo sort!
Cad! you oughl to know each oilier"'
Major ITarvey was delighted; and
Paul was delighted; and Pick was
delighted, and the man ut the Dav
wus summoned to brew ouo ol his
very best punches.
They laughed, and chatted, ami
drank, nnd hy and by Dick asked the
major if he ever indulged In cards.
The major wns not partial to
cards, though he would take u band
for  i ho suke of sm inlity.
Cards and liquor woro brought,
and ihcy iiuik their seats al a tubb*.
.inst then tho door w-ns opened,
nud a dirty-looking fellow staggered
in, ami reeled up lo tiie bar, nnd
nsk'-il for something to drink. lie
was a graceless, ragged-looking
siuiiip, apparently ol the gutter species, nntl soeinetl so drunk that ho
could hardly stnnd The third inun
nf tho Btrange trio of the street-car!
"tnd here tbo three ure again: bul
tbo other iwo do not know this
man, nor dots bu know tbem. Ob,
no!
Tbe bartender refuses to let him
have liquor, and orders him to
leave; but Instead of leaving, the
poor wretch staggers to u large ensy-
chair and sinks into it. Tbe barkeeper comes uround and trios to
rnuas tha fellow, but a stupor hus
already fallen upon hiin.
"Poor dog!" suys Dick Ilammat,
"let bim sleep it off. Don't kick
bim into the street."
'If yotl don't mind it. gentlemen,
I don't," says tho barman,
"I don't mind It," says the major.       "Ill  help  :i   dog  thut     wus    ni
badly off us that."
"Let him lie," chimes Paul, shuffling the Cards.
And tbo trump is left lo himself,
und the game proceeds.
Ily u peculiar fute, the dirty, rugged wretch has sunk down directly
behind Paul's chair, and presently he
bits up, antl the hrunken leer disup-
pears, ami Intelligence, quick und
keen, flushes upon every feat ure. As
he sits he can look fairly and squarely into Paul's hand, nud he sees every card us it is picked up. Ho sees,
and then lie mnkes a dumb show with
his lingers; nntl Dick Hnmmat and
i'ii major, who sit facing hiin, rond
tbo language of bis signs as plainly
us though they wero printed in letters of light, or, to put it more tli-
reclfy, they nro thus enabled to
inl.. iho Mile of Paul IVaybrook's
hand ns well and as surely as
though iho fuces <>f his cards were
i uraod toward them!
It is thus we reach ti solution ol
Cm mystery ol the strange trio ol
ibe street-car. fJod help their victim:
fTO BS CO-ITIKCED.J
More  Suitable.
"I wnnt to get copies nf your paper
for n week back," ssid the old gentle
msn.
"Don't you think you'd better use a
porous plaster';" suggested tho new
clerk In tha publication OfflCP.
wiiti oiia-ri Bar,
Farmers, in u rule, nr.' noi fond
of llgures, 'I hey hula, to count iho
rOSt, at least when il bus io be doue
v iib pen 1,11(1 figures,
li is raslci' io kill nost year's
weeds now than during iho Rummer
i.f 11104.
Ut n servant  to but  on" business,
bul   make  1'iul   business   s.i\i.   you.
Do nui run i.uik Hint forth "to no
purpose. A slew saved is mors thun
one    gniini!        l.rt      yonr   lead    sati'
heels,
We have tome to our present stnte
of success iii farming through the
plain, everyday men who have nui
I eon asbuined to be fco-M in llieli
shirt sleeves.
A   Manner  Signal.
\ pair of frightened horses were
dashing unitll.v down the street. The
Concllllian wus sawing nt the reins,
/*.nd  the carriage wits  swaying from
side to side iu n dangerous fashion.
The occupants of the vehicle, an elderly woman, noted for her extreme par-
llmonlOUSncss,  nnd   her  pretty   niece,
gave no outward signs of fear, but
just as (lie burst's came to u standstill the younger woman unexpectedly
fain icil.
"I wasn't frightened n bit," she explained after, "until, Just ns we rounded Unit hist corner with three wheels
in the nir, Aunt Caroline exclaimed,
'I'd give u dollar to 1*8 out of this!" I
knew the case must bs serious If Aunt
Caroline wits beginning to risk dollars
tn thut Cushion."
Siiullinu   l.lalil   I'lifliirivil   ('entry.
A policeman on the lookout I'm- pick*
pockets In a crowd docs not wutch
hunds, but fnees. If n person in the
crowd ls paying no attention to the
common center of attraction, but Is en
•jiiged In viewing his neighbors' cloth
Ing, that person, be knows, ls apt to he
9 pickpocket. The suspicion mny bo
strengthened by the nervous or cautious way in which the thief occasion-
iiiiv turns nu bend, presumably to as
"-Attain if he Is watched. PlcUpockcts
Biever wear gloves und seldom work In
the street In cold weather, for the cold
numbs their lingers.
Tremendous  llalnl'nll.
The aillilliil rainfall on the Klt:isis
hi I Is, to ii.c northeast of Calcutta.
iinouii'.s to soniu il'JO liiB'hes. .100 Inches
.n" which Call in seVPIl inonlhs duriii).'
•he soiithw esl woil-tooil ll Is tiu-.loiilit
illy the wettest spot on Uie globe, .tammy US IM' inches have been reglRtrr
d in tlve i-nn-aiTiitive days, or au 'iyt
e.i* of thirty Inches a day.
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whether Ic It chronic. ,i
•cute or Intltmnntory J
Rheumatism   I
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St. Jacobs Oil |
chum ind cures promptly. C
Price. 23c.and 50c. o
3"»0****"t>O**'O***"»
The Old Reliable Remedy
for Spavins, Ringbones, Rpllnta,
Curbs end elf forms of Lameness. The
«*.« ef % tingle bottle eiey double tke xllief
priee ot jrour tvortt.
OOOO FOB EVERYTHING.
DLS.), KENDALL CO.,
1>>b!!'II- Ga>:',l*«, N.M., Jain. ,1 _■,.
IM»*B Weasn a..liaff»iar Keaal.ll'i tpflflvU   Cur* At   tam.
{Im*-. I us. rfl.mtBr.lae lo flittrn bottl«s . «e«k ud gad
I u einlimi ttqia>a)v for Ppsrlus. Swetn.j, Owe
tad Ml Cute tnd Bmellfofe. I kit. tw. budrad
h..*. ot henM In my cue.
I ti.claj.1 . ittmp far your "TimiIm m tki Umxx
ud to Ukksum.*
Vows rtry truly.
II. W. LAIMX
Thonundl el Men rrport .ijuellr good orm
... j.r ..bi.Ba ■ i ...... I,.  - '■        ra. a.._  m\, elr f	
edfllreei
DR. 1.1. KENDALL CO., ENOSBUKQ FALL!, VT.
Warrdnted
Watches
Wg will not sell a watch that
we cannot positively guarantee.
Ila, not aindrrstand frona llaii lhat *r
Mil Welchei cf txtrevtfint piii-r
•niy.
Our No. 915 Silver or Gun
Metal Watch at $6.50 is a
warranted time-keeper.
Wire we state Out we sell Witrhn
in price es high as %;oo. you .a,
judff ol our gr.et aatoitnicut.
Write for our new catalogue.
Ready for delivery Nov. 15H1.
It will cost you nothin,]", ami
it may be the means of saving you considerable money.
KYRIE BROS.
"l-WELEt-3
118, 180, 123 end 194
Yonte St., Toronto
tt.nisbliij- rtmou'nt in duo to the fibrtipt*
new of the innuutnlns wbiali faco the
b,,y or DonRul, from whieh tbey nre
separated hy 'Joo mllei of low swamps
and marshes.
I A lei-en hroiiie eecl-', vrilh one wing
I broken -inii drooplnj- 1*1 tlie mein lenture
]of the 1'roiitli nntiondl inonuuienl wliiib
|« 10 be •rented "n Ui» Held ot Wtuerlo *
A»u   .\Ter*ii£<*».
Ilere In nu cstluinlo of the nvernga
nse attiilnetl by men in various Knro-
pean countries: Norway uud Sweden
head the list with fifty years. Then
eonie England with forty-live nnd one-
half years; .France, forty-four nnd one-
half; Prussia, thirty-nine; Wnrttem*
berg, thirty-eight; Havarln nnd other
purts of Oermnny. thirty-six. In Austria and Spain tha inhabitants have
the shortest lives, the average uge being only thirty-three.
].,!,.•  Ih 11  tii-e Hint  in Ureniti«l  h.V   lliose
who  Im..'  hi'.-ii  liui-ii.-'
Virtue iiii.i   i"' li*1 owe    rowurd,    hui
gome people oiake n trade rasrft i.i it.
AoeordUg .0 MtroBom,ri
e       1    kiiii.i e.   LI..L ''l"
HethlehH-n.     **hirh    conducUH"",t<«l
men   to   the  btrtUpl,.,-,,  u,   ,^    % ,„
penr tinre maa.e |ri  jaj,,, nn  »n (
hiilit'H conn,  boiler  mi.,-
povrally   »Hf,    rlflhsi
Mohl   of the thlngr,  ,l,.(l
lo  Im  true
■> ii-.
. w|
She Nursed the Sick
And Ruined Her Health]
For Month* Mra. Myle» Lay a Holpleso Sufforer From Nnn   I
Prostration and Gradually Grow Weaker and Weaker
Poverty Is very good In maxims and
In lermoM, but It Is very bad In pr.ic-
Uful Ufe.*-Bucber.	
A l*tim,tlnnnt>lii  I**l1lt{re«,
Three little school children wero
seriously discussing the social conditions ninl positions of thoir rospuct-
Ivo parents antl their ttuceatry, ooch
one evidently iletermlned to 140 one
b, tier thnn ii.'» other.
'MuihiT snys 1 mu descendod from
Mary Queen "f Scolts," trlumphant-
jj  awurted little livn
"So nm l, then," retorted Cousin Willie,
• I oitt be silly, Willie." interpc'-
ftli ii 1 he 1 Itlril, W ii\. j nu'ie a
buy:"—Now  York 'l lines,
triiii tii* n««i.
In working around bees do "-cl op-
Pn iiis e iri,', in late In Uie dny,
or on rainy days, Krlec.1 nico wen*
•Inr. for in s 11 li 1 Imo, the old bees,
iv 11 h ti. e 1 ho lli bl force, are out In
search of nectar, nnd fewer hees are
in lhe h ip Sonic think the hesl
1 line in 1 il e him 1,  uT iho hire is »t
i ht, when iho bi«3 u = e tit.li*3|i, tnt
o ii' -L try   t
Mrs. John Mylos, Sr . of South
Woodsleo, Essex Co., Ont., Is well
known throughout the surrounding
country bocauso of her work among
the sick und suffering and it was on
account of over exertion In this regard thnt her health broke dtiivn
and sho lay weak and helpless, n
vicllm ot nervous prostration. f)0C-
tors could not help her nnd sho re-
solvetl to try Dr. Chuse's Nerve
Footl. As 11 result she has boon
thoroughly restored nnd hy recommending ibis treatment 10 others
has been lhe menus of bringing back
henlth  anil    bnppinrss    to    many    11
woakenud   and   discouraged   lufferor
Irom dlseeJOS of the nerves.
Mrs. Mylei wriies —" When 1 be-
(fan the use nf I1'. Chase's Nerve
Food I was conflnod to my bed with
•.vimt   the   doctor!  snid   wits   nervous
prostration My stomach wns very
weak nntl l rnuld not sleep ul nil
(or any length of lime. Siiious
chills in tl li enilillng would coitie
over nie nt 1 lines nnd I Sanaa ,| in
he petiinj,' weaker null ni'iihi'i' nl!
the thne. There were nlso I'.iins on
the top nf 1I1 hi'tid t.l.ii li cnusi'd 1111
much sufTci Ing und nnxiety.
Aftavr Bisiii'j   hull   11  ihj/eu  boxes    nl
Dr.  Chaac's NeiV« i.'1)0d , . .
gain in weight uml u, f,.«i .,8w 1
Since then I have b,,,, ;:;;(,:j>.r
.    ,l1"1   Id Io
stored    to "heniur;,',,,/;''';:!l,",ln-.|
buck can suy  that  u,L. .., ' l00,ll""l
l.„.        hn  L     ""ITOVfln,.,!
bus been somelb,,,, VoZST^
used In all forty boxes 0( [ ' f
parntion  untl  fuel  u ,,  ,i„ „   ' prt"L
ns 11 prlvllogo to |W „
lonil a (|
nl  who tt,-e suffering   i,„„, „.,
disoi-dc-H.       Bovural      ,,,','
whom I have described .,yc'?,J
used It nnd been   cured   „   ?"'
caa,...      (1... I     I     - '"'l   I   Sn
sure   thut   I  owe
my   present
henlth,    if    not    life   ii,,|(   .
Chuse's  Nerve  F.iri.l "
Nervous     pros!mil,,,,   „,„, „,.
lion,  headaches,     ,k...„.,,,., xr'd*
nnd   raJuUtg  spells,   inualysU
motor atuxiu,    foollngB 0 |,
depresalon,     and   despondency
rjvercoine by this  treatmont ' «„,J
Ing, us it does, hand In hand «
naturo,     Though   giad ml   uio
•mils  nre    nil    Iba  11 .„.„_.
lusting, nnd by notl ,■ Voui |ncnj
In weight, you cun : .-,,, x'a v„.
milsfnctlon    that    new,   firm  L,
llllll     I issue       is       I * -1 ?: _- |,|c(|        p'la.J
1*011 IH   11   box,   nix   boxes    i«    j2M
\i nil dealers, 01 1.,: ,..,..K Z3
e<  Cai . Toi until
HOUSES OR LANDS
Fnr ^-J.'*.*i n mcitilti vou bOOOIBO entitled Inn Lain nl "H000.00 without inter-
-t.  Our depositor! smolntoly guaran*
tnm! ag&lust  los,-, ri'iiiiiiiiln'r thi.-..   On
"ur plan vuu run buihl n house or buy n
tarm  iheiipei- Hum   rentinu.   Mombfr-
:-hip fee *fl.OO.   Anent.-i wanted.
Sotitl fan circular--.
The Prairie City Loan Co.
Room 38 Merohants Bank Blk.
Winnipeg.
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IBM
OXFORD ECONOMY
STEEL RANGES.
Tba iioall.ii of tiie-B Kangea are made of tke
best quality range ateel, all outside eipoaed
parte are Interiinod with heavy sheet anbeiioe.
They have cast iron extensions with white
Enamelled Koservnirs, nickel plated drop Tee
Pot SUnds, Nickeled Towel Rods. Ther are
made to burn any kind ot coal, ean be change*,
In two minota a to hum Z6 inch wood. Highly
nickeled throughout.
I'or full particulars tend for Illustrated
booklet.
NOTK : Ti,« followlne priori, for theee
l.lgh grmle iieiaa., ■ aa lllnstrataMl, fully
giiHrautai.i.<l.
No n-is oven   1S»'!1x14 In. f.in.Ort
Nu 0 «0  oven  ^lu'lil l In. »u^.B0
<f. O. 11., Whuilps.fr,)
Ask   yuur de-nler fur ihaiu ur write la us.
The OURNEY FOUNDRY Co.,
l.i3 • 105   Lombard   Bt.,   Wlniil|Beg.
S*rC
In the public eye and in cverybodics
mouth. Always reliable—popular everywhere.
J. M. FORTIER. Limited, MONTREAL.
l' is a c^'u* Ktmln <»h pome mm i*.
»yei when ihoj look foi perf-ertton in
t hetiirteh «■%
!.'  vie had  ii"    fai *   "I
nhouUI   1 ol   ' ik*   so ■ '   "I
1Hnding out  Ihove of *
Minard's Liniaieiit Relbes Neuralgia.     ^'nard's Uai-oeot for *.;.. .verywtal
Whj  i.  1'   flha.a   it  11,fan  always olTes-a  a
lalll,a I,    aal     • l|. a,a i,. ,    • ,,    |||.    ,,,.,,,,,'.,,,. ..    I!,.,I
he ala.a... 11.,1   pracUxe liiiiiN-.!f ?
IT   is  a   IP. 11:    rn.1      Uan\   nl   1)11
iiiliupi.t*.  ibat   man  I1.1 -.  t.i  rouleinl   ult.li
hnve  llieir  01 tsin   in   ai  iliaortlereil   ir.  :
\. iiia-ii 1^ .1 i!a']i':ii,, nrtrnn, necullat   ■ -.,-
reptllile   lo   Ihe  ritsturbanrps    ihnt    ...n,.'
(rani   Infirtilai   habit    or  Inrl   ••(  cart*  In
i-lltl'i;   anal   (IHllkllie I I.Is   ftt^)llnlF   |,,-
'!'■   tiav.i    iiiaiiv     liver   I'vnliitoi-      ia
inavi'al  0,,   the  attpiitiou  ol KUfTeren     01
llipae   tln'ifl.   In   iniiifl.   Hinierlor   't    Purine
!'■'■*■   *. a-L'.iiBi,',,.   Pllln      Their     .i*erntiun
iliiinah   Uellllfi   is   ill.-, litiv   „nil   (he   nm.!
llelil aa'a-   aan.    li'-a*   1 llrllt
The  Ua/y  in.;ii   woulil   rnlhoi'  salt   down
ml  hope  than  %„  after  n  rertalntv
I he   **uidea   l.lrlvh
..ni,  *. tourikt, i  ""'I
lhe  .ia  i»nt  li    the '|
•■..-' ,a i,    ..),    n hi ih  Im    i   ■
di i i.
II iil.'i.i   uia!   All      I , '_
~.i, ..-in,!.   in   theii   •■    ■ _
linml  ol  ,:,„.!, is >,. •
Ilaat      Ml.*    ,.a.|,|,.     I l„.
-marked   .',.     nol   ■
i,i'o|..'i   ii,fain ine     I I '
Ii   Kellutrti'a liveenton   i ,,«
. ..ill  i.'1't   ini'ii.-iii .-•   .,
wonderful  rnpidll \  aiid
t   ll'll      ,1     I III a'
i    It   la probobl;   a  v   ■
I ll.aal    inekfl-s   In*i    la ,   li
over;one'hundred;years"ofmilling'experien!C&
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, ;uitce of having learned thoroughly "How to MAKE IT."
In the brand " Ogilvie's Hungarian" the word
Hungarian typifies the very best trockss of milling that
the world has yet discovered. Every pound of Ogilvie's
Flour is now made by The Hungarian process. In this
you have "How TO NAME IT."
Thc Royal Coat of Arms against our signature is
Royalty's endorsement of "Best Quality." They know.
They use OGILVIE'S flour from choice. It makes bread
for the King's eating, as well as hundreds of thousands
of his loyal subjects.   This is " How USKRS
1.1K1'. IT.
Ogilvie FlourMills Coxtd
me ■:
% SUPPLEMENT TO THE DRILL, su2.c*r
le of Lands For Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Slocan
Assessment District, Province of British Columbia.
1 hereby give notice that on Tuesday, the 8th day of December, A. D. 190-*. at the hour
0-C|ock in the forenoon, at the Government Office, at Kaslo, B. C, I shall sell at
li*, auction the lands hereinafter set out of the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for
delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day of December, 1902. and for in-
,1 costs and expenses, including the cost of advertising said sale.
Name of Perm* Awwtnri*
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THREE) FORKS.
Lot 26, Block 5 	
Lot 34, lllock 6 	
Lots 86-86, Block 6 	
Lot 4, lllock 7  	
Lot 28 (half of), Block 8 ...
I-ot 28 (hall of), lllock 8 ...
AROBNTA.
Block 2 	
4 	
Hill, Alfred	
Billon, Jobn	
Hlllott, John .....
Bleteber, T	
Bourne Brothers
Orlmmett, M. L.
Hill, A	
Billot t, John	
Billot t, John	
Elliott, John	
McGUllvray, A. ..
KUlott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John ....
Short DoKriptlo* of Property
Delinquent Taxei
Ta.
$ 7.20
; 12.00
8.00
I   6.40
.40
'    1.60
Intern!
DateofSalo
Statutory
Coat*
anal
Bxpenaea
Tola!
c ii (Trustee)  imoost i  ii 3.13
1 Trustee)  Block 4  , ;u;i
(Trustee)  Block 6 i b.13
(Tnutee)  Block 9  ' 31;.
(Tnutee)  Block  12    I; 8.18
(Tnutee)  lilock 24   3,92
1 Tnutee)  Lots 1-4, Block 26  '■ 1.45
(Tnutee)  !Lots 17-20, Block 26    ' 1.05
(Trustee)  Lots 5-12, Block 27  ;j 1.58
(Trustee)  (Lot 21, Block 27   - I .39
(Trustee)  Ixits 11-12, Block 28  92
(Tnutee)  Lots 2t-22, Block 28 " 3.04
(Trustee)  ,Lots 1-8, lllock 29  1, 1.57
(Trustee)  .Lots 13-16, Block 29
(Trustee)  Lots 3-4, Block 33 ..
(Trustee)  Lots 13-14, Block 33
(Trustee)  Uits 16-16, lllock 34
(Trustee)  |Lots 9-12, Block 36
.78
2.40
2.40
4.00
9.60
'Lots 1-4 (60 feet of), Block 40 ' 8.00
(Trustee)   ,Lots 1-4, Block 42 ■ 9.60
(Trustee)  Lots 1-5, Block 44  ft 5 35
(Trustee)  'Block B ! 3.12
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
Mrs   8
plaml. H. ..
n, Chris. ..
A. It. • •
Down 	
Dt-r, Jijli'i  I'
Block Q | 3.12
Block K  Jj.ia
AINSWORTH.
Lot 14, Block A : 1.60
Ixil 10, Block B i 1.60
Lot 10, Block D  2.00
Lots 50-51, Block E  .80
Lot 20, Block Cr '] .08
iM 7, Block EB :i 1.00
PILOT  RAY.
Lot 5, Block 4  	
er H. I	
I, David  .Lots 19-20, Block 7 	
tieppr, Frank  Lot 8, Block 8  	
v Mrs  11-4 acres, Wharf Reserve
BALFOUR.
Um, William  Lot 3, Block 3  	
"•ton, E. R JLots 18-19, Block 8 	
itrthy. Thomas  Lots 1-2, Block 13  	
iiven. John   'Lots 7-8, Block 13  	
me Brothers  Lots 1-2, Block 14 	
-jrave, Robert  'Lot 9. Block 22 	
pave, Robert Lots 3-4, Block 23	
rke. c.
Ella
Lot 8, Block 23
.ots 3 and 10, Block 30 	
HOWSER.
ssfn. J 'Lots 13-14 (E. 1-2), Block 134 	
falsi n. William  'lx>t 12, Block 136 	
ty A  Lot 10, Block 148 	
RAND & MILLER S AUD. TO KASLO
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"•f. R Q 'uitKk
isi", Thomas, et al 'Block
's"1*. Henry  'block
et al.
E. 1-2
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Block
Block
Block
61
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Block  B.   .
k McGarrlgle [Block 16 .
29 .
33A.
54 .
56 .
Block
83   	
84   	
97A	
116 	
USA	
•Block 119 	
; McDonalds addition to kaslo
• \ Lots 1-8 and 16-22, Block 4 	
Block 5 	
• Lits 1-6 antl U-15, Block 6 	
  Lots 16-20, Block C 	
 I Blocks 7 and 8 	
Uit  1, Block 9  	
Lots 13-15, Block 9 	
Lots 1-3. Block  10   	
Uit 11, Block 10  	
Lot 12. Block 10 	
Ixits 6-12, Block  11   	
Lots  16-16, Block 11  	
Lots 17-20,
Block 12 .
Balance of
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}"• John '
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. 'Lots
Qor"
mi
Lots nntl Blocks
ROSEBERY.
Lot 21, Block 30 	
Lota 10-13, Block 29 	
NEW DENVER
• iLot 1. Block Q	
Lol 12, Block 6 	
■ Lot   10.  Block  18   	
■ Lot 12 (pari of), Block 13 ...
• Lot 4. Block 16 	
l,,,i 6, Block 16 	
Lot  18, Block 18 	
■ Lots 27-28, Block 17 	
. ■Lots 3-4.  Block  IS   	
■Lois   14-16,   HI.'a k   IS   	
. i.a.t 26, Block 18 	
• Lots 26-26, Block 10 	
. Lota 1-2, Block 20	
Lois  11-12, Block 20  	
'..ii   is.  Block 20  	
■ Lol 7. Block 21 	
• Lot  11, Block 21 	
. Lots 16-16, Block 21 	
• Lot 6, Block 22 	
■ ;l/.t 9. Block 33 	
. J Lots 25-2S, Block 31	
. Lot 7, Block 35 	
JLots  16-16, Block  35  	
'Lots E ami fi, Block 36	
Lot 15, Block 36 	
I/its 20 nntl 23, Block 36 ...
Lots 21-22, Block 37  	
ixits 83-84, Block 38 	
Lots  25-27, Block 3!)  	
l/its 22-23, Block 43  	
Lots 1-2 nntl 4. Block 44 ...
Lois 7-8 nnd 17-18, Block 44 .
Lot 27. Block  46  	
Lot 1. Block 47 	
Ixits 9-10, Block 48 	
Lot  26,  Block 48  	
Lol 6. Blnck 50 	
Lots  12-14.  Block  51   ........
LotH  5-6.  Block  53   	
9-12, Block 53 	
13-17, Block 53  	
4.80
16.00
6.00
12.00
.24
.48
.32
.32
1.92
.12
.24
.12
.16
1.20
2.40
.80
.80
.80
.80
.80
.80
.80
.40
.80
.80
.80
.80
.80
.80
2.40
2.40
.80
1.20
4.00
.16
12.80
.72
3.20
.40
2.88
1.12
3.52
1.60
6.75
.79
1.32
.88
.70
.04
.17
.34
.34
.34
.34
.34
.43
.15
.11
.17
.04
.10
.33
.17
.08
.26
.26
.44
1.05
.88
1.05
.58
.34
.34
.55
.17
.17
.22
.08
.00
.17
1.76
.66
1.32
.02
.05
.03
.03
.21
.01
.03
.01
.01
.13
.28
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.04
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.26
.26
.08
.13
.44
.01
1.40
.08
.35
.01
.32
.13
.38
.17
.73
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
I 9.99
15.32
10.88
9.10
Johnson, E	
Hammond, C. K. .
Boisvert, William
Mulvey, T	
Hauck, I'nul 	
Allen, It. E	
Thompson
Grady, M.  .
2.44 j Hendium, J.
3.77  Santlilanils,
I Wilson,  B.
5.47 I Dover, J.  ..
5-47 Illume. ('. B
5.47
5.47
5.47
6.35
3.60
3.16
3.75
2.43
3.02
5.37
3.74
2.86
4.66
4.66
6.44
12.65
10.88
12.65
7.93
5.46
5.46
7.68
W. J.
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NEW DE**"VER—C^-to.-*-***..
Lots 1-4, Block 64 	
Lota 24-M, Block 64 	
Lota m*-1T, Block 56 	
Lota 19-20 and 26-26, Block H ...
Lota 3-6, Block 66 	
Lota 7-8, Block 56 	
Lota 15-19, Block 66 	
Lota 25-27, Block 56 	
Lota 2-3, Block 69 	
Lota 2 and 7-8, Block 60 	
Lota 27-28, Block 60 	
Lots 3-6, Block 61  	
Lots 25-26, Block 62	
Lots 8-10, Block 63 	
Block 69  	
Block 80  	
Block 85  	
BRANDON.
Lots 1-2, Block 2 	
Lot 6, Block 2  	
Lot 7, Block 2  	
Lots 15-16, Block 6 	
Lot 3, Block 7  	
Lots 6-7, Block 7 	
SILVERTON.
Urt 9, Block 2  	
Lots 11-12, Block 2 	
Lot 1, Block 3  	
Lot 17, Block 5 	
Block 6  	
Block 6  	
Block 6 	
Finley & Knowles  lLot 3, Block 7  	
Barry & O'Brien   JLots 11-12, Block 7 	
Bowser & Wilson   L>ts 17-18, Block 7 	
Dover, J Lot 21, Block 7 	
McKinnon, J. A. & Co ■.. „ 'Ixits 7-8, Block 8 	
Davis, R. C Lot 8,  Block  10   	
Brandon, Josejih    Lot 18, Block 10 	
Dover,  .1 Lot 21, Block 10  	
McDonald, A, K ,1/it 3, Block  11   	
Lane, T, R  Lots 13-14, Block
Mills, T. J Lot 1, Block  13
Dover. J Lot 11, Block 14
Benedium, .1. M. M Lots 21-24. Block
Elliott, J. H Lots 1-2, Block 32  	
Carev, Mrs. A 'Lot 11, Block 32 	
Grady,  William    JLots 13-14, Block 32  	
Unknown  Lots 23-24, Block 32   	
Grady, Michael  Lot 4, Block 33 	
Wilson, B jLot 6, Block 33 	
Gradv, Michael  (Lot 9, Block 33 	
Jackson, G. A iLot 10 (half of), Block 33  ..
Daifcle. S ;Lot 13, Block 33 	
McMillan, A.  H ;Lot 14, Block 33 	
Tyree, Mrs. M. L [Lot 20, Block 33  	
Gradv, Michael  Lots 1-2, Block 34  	
Lane, R. T ;Lot 6, Block 35 	
2.88 Dalgle, S Lots 11-12, Block 38  	
" 08 i Gradv, Michael  Lot 18, Block 41  	
John  'Lots 23-24, Block 41   	
COLUMBIA.
7.32 I Blckford,  William    iLot 7, Block 22 	
19.76 j ROBSON
8.66 ■ Leves'iue, Louis  .Lots 8-10, Block 2  	
15.32 LARDO.
I McDonald &. Bradford  Lots 5-6. Block 20 	
Proulx, George  JLot 10, Block 23  	
Johnstone, George  Lots 15-16, Block 35  	
Reid, J. A Lot 22, Block 35  	
WEST  SLOCAN.
Mulvey ri Clements lLots 1-13 and 15 	
Mulvey & Clements JLots 17-20 and 22	
Mulvey & Clements  Lots 24, 30, 43 	
rWinc-iiratTMr*
Tam
Internal
DateofS.le
Statutory
Coals
and
E-jprnw.
11
29
3.77
3.77 I
4.22
... I'
*->•'<   Tingling,
2.26
2.53
2.35
2.35
4.13
2.13
2.27
2.13
2.17
Osinger, G.  C	
Farrel, Henry  	
j Mulvey & Clements ...
333  Mulvey & Clements ...
4.88 I Harris. William 	
2.88 ' Wichman. A. F	
! McRae, Alex. F	
Gething & Henderson
Woodcock, T. D	
Mulvey & Clements ...
Mulvey & Clements ...
2.88
2.88
2.88
2.88
2.881 Mulvey & Clements
Lot 28   	
Lot 37  (N. 1-2 of)   ...
Lot 45 (S. 1-2 of) 	
Lots 47, 48 and 51-52 .
Lot 45 (N. 1-2 of)  ...
Lot 53   	
Lot 56 (N. 1-2 of) ....
Lot 56 <S. 1-2 of)  ....
Lot 61   	
Lots 62. 63 and 65-78 .
Lots 133, 135, 138, 140,
Lots 142. 144, 146, 155 .
131
:.S8
2.44
2.88
2.88
2.88
2.88
288
Mulvey & Clements 'Lots 157, 160. 162, 164. 166. 168
WHITEWATER.
Hint. F. |Uits 26-27. Block 8 	
.McDonald, W. J Lot 21. Block 9 	
MISCELLANEOUS.
Fletcher. Frank   Lol
.16
.ot
2.00
2.17
23.00
13.53
2.00
138.61
1 JO
.13
2.00
3.33
2.40
.26
2.00
4 66
3.20
.35
2.00
:, 55
4.00
.44
2.00
0 44
1 20
.13
2.00
3 33
.80
.08
2.00
2 88
8 00
.ss
2.00
11 88
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2.00
'.' 88
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2.00
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2.00
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,48
•.05
2.00
1.41
.16
2.00
3 60
1.76
.19
2.00
:. 95
1 60
.17
2.011
3.77
.SO
.OS
2.00
2.88
.fi4
.07
2.00
2 71
.40
.01
2.00
2.44
2 00
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2.00
.18
.01
2.00
2 17
.01
.00
2.00
2.04
r, sn
.75
2.00
8 65
1.60
.17
2.00
3.77
1.04
.11
2.00
8.16
.80
.08
2.00
2.SS
.60
.06   1
2.00
2.66
.80
.08
2.00
2.S8
.80
.08
2.00
2.3S
4.00
.44
2.00
6.44
.40
.04
2.00
2.44
.48
.05
2.00
2.68
.48
.05
2.00
2.53
.64
.07
2.00
2.71
.32
.03
2.00
2.35
.60
.06
2.00
8.66
.16
.01
2.00
2.17
.16
.01
2.00
2.17
.08
.00
2.00
2.18
.24
.02
2.00
2.26
.16
.01
2.00
2.17
».  I.S
.94
2.00
11 54
.40
.04
2.00
2.44
"•Volley, C. P	
2.88  I'ilkington, Sir G. A.
Payne,  George   	
4.66 Shook. James
4.66'. Mulvey
2 SS  Kair. j. Albert  ....
3.33 Boisvert, G	
6 44   Peters, F. L	
2.17  Fletcher, F	
16.20  Shields.  A	
2 80  Mirror Lake Ice Co.
5 55 Rathoorne, M. R. WT
2.44 Blanoy, A. P	
5.20 Blandy, J. C	
3 26 Lendrum, T. J	
5 90  Selons. Harold 	
3.77   Simlies, F. ,T	
9.50 White, Bruce 	
McDonald. .1. A	
McDonald, .lohn ....
Marsdi'ii, Chris	
Maraden, Chris	
Lewie, Thomas 	
Terry, James 	
Terry, James  	
McKay, David 	
Stubbs, William ....
Mulvey, Thomas —
lohnaon, Mrs. Mary .
Poller, J	
Pearson, A. C	
Carter, w. O	
Kaslo & L. D,
ireen, 1". C. ...
Howell, E. C, ..
Tiliplng, .1. P, ..
Rtarrett, Luther
Dowalng, W. H.
West, C. W Lot
Hoar, Orville D Lol
S limldt. Jacob  Lot
1 .iiffmnn, Samuel   Lol
Miller, J. M. & Co Lol
Yflitinp:.  3,  J Lot
Lol 37o
Lot 372,
Lot 881,
G.
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<;. 1
(*.. 1,
Q. 1
510. O. 1
592A, Q,
C Lot 3S1, Q.
Thomas   :Lot 381, Q.
Lot 381, Q.
Lot 383. Q.
Lot 3S5, G.
\M 3SS
Lot 445
Lot 4.r,r.
Lot 471.
Lot 509
Lol
Lot
Lot 605, <!.
Lot 683, <:.
Lot 793, G,
Lot S72. ('..
Lot S74. O,
Lol sso. G.
Lot SM. G
Lol 908, O.
Lot 1239, <:.
1239, O.
12:::'. O.
1239, Cfl.
1631 O,
1631, G.
(I. 1. West Arm. 100 acres	
G. 1, West Arm, 1 acre 	
G. 1, West Arm, 144 acres	
G. 1, Slocan River, 233 acres ..
1, Slocan River, 35 acres ...
1, Slocan River, 75 acres ...
1, Slocan River, 215 acres ..
1. Slocan River, 76 acres ...
1, Lower Arrow L. 105 acres
1. Bonanza Creek. 42 acres..
1, Kootenay L., 122 1-3 acres
.Kootenay L.. 143 l-l acres
Slocan Lake. 120 acres	
Lardo River. 311 acres ..
Lardo River, 247 acres ..
1, Mill Site, 5 acres 	
1. Kootenay R . 100 acres ..
1, West Arm, 122 acres	
1, Kokanee Ck., 320 acres ..;
1, 130 acres 	
1. Lardo -lack Ck.. lt'.O acres
1. Lardo River. 111.80 acres
1. Lardo River. 53 TiO acres ..
1. West Arm, 2 1-20 acres ..
Township 22. 260.36 acres
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lol IB83,
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Lot
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Lot
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1883,
1883,
1884,
1893, (".
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2201
2278
1311
4467
I7"7
B188
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1. Township 22, 258.65 acres
1. Township 22, 50 acres ..
1. Township 22. 59 acres ..
1, Slocan  Lake. 35 acres  . .
l. Slocan Lake, 10 acres ..
1, B. F Carpenter Ck. 160 ac
I, Kootenay L., 160 acres .
1. Kootenay L . 161 .'.-I acrei
1. Kootenay L, 8 1-1 acres
1, Kootenay L . 228 acres ..
1. Crawford Bay, 146 at res
I. Yilill Ck.. 220 acres 	
l. Four Mile i'l< . 180 fu r< ■
1, Kootenay I... 141 acres ..
1, West Arm. 100 acres ....
1, Duncan River, 173 acri a
1, Duncan Itiver. 320 acres
I. Upper Duncan, 160 acres
I, nr W. F. Duncan II. 113 ncj
1. Lardo River. 105 acres .,
Morrison, D Lot 1239, G. 1, Township 22. 50 ncres
Anderson,  Martin    Lot 1239. G. 1, Township 22, 50 acres
2.56
.24
.24
.32
.32
.16
.40
.24
.16
.24
.16
.32
.16
.24
.80
.80
.80
2.48
3.20
3.20
.08
2.40
1.60
.40
.80
1.20
.60
.80
.80
.60
8.00
1.80
1.20
.60
9.60
.60
1.60
.60
.80
1.20
.40
.40
8.00
2.40
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Dated at Kaslo, this 30th day
of October, A. D. 1903.
4.84
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2.36
2.35
2.17
2.44
2.26
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3.77
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E. E. CHIPMAN,
Slocan Assessment District.
KASLO P.
I
I
■
I
imi fHE Drill
&OCA***'
BRrnsn ooluhbia.
, Wlui i'io'1 MlaeratWjr,
,1, of I hi   DuUo of Rich-
L'nici'tuliiInK    **    largo
I,Is .Scottish scut, ilu
1 ,    laiiiiiilfnilier,    who
G,-.iii ral of Canada,   Is
i,ocl lei'' with    hla
„v il»rt.;n
nl   ■•■■•■'-
nj it'
huii.'*' Pn
attlnCl '""■ '
tiuvcnio
tl 11 ■
,1 a        llr   Hill
IrtS."'1        I,,,,     isis.     Ho   wus notcil
Is""1*; '" ,",',",'.■. i.uiJ when IM   yem-a
lul' ,',;', fullL,|,i n duel witli the
:,, ,
Duko
■ mi  (li  CIcoi'ro   HI   Mis
,',"nj;lv  ainl   oflttble   dispoaltlon
him
popular,    uml    iml
i, i in was a moro popu-
' :I .",,,,„■'•.ii.ei nl. in -.Tune, 1810,
•     '.',..  ,.,,   io vltill   I'l'i-er C'nnn-
■■ ■ .    V.oppinii at Hoi-el, bought a
,,;.,, i, hail attmctod Iiis al-
l„   |iutiiiiR thu uniniul    Its
: :'.,,. .... Laud until    tho   blood
*t  |      \,,,|i,|| "    rt'UH   tlli'Ulllll    Ol     Iho
•' |( _ ,i(i ji,. Uuko proceeded vvost-
*° .' v |, ... inivelliiH from Perth to
"■;);;,,a. .' ar i Lta-va, Several
i |„|i.j , lie complaint ii of a
*' ' ';,,.,,„a in his throat, uml nt
un>\\ ua i vi"'s Winn wino was
|,'!'|',',1 ,„, nvil     n,l.b  Iiis  liL.ss.     Witl.-i*
i,,,,,!,. iit'ophnbic attack    ibih!
?      .. •■ a,   to u iiiu ii   in    Nopean
. ..,, , ip v, i ere he tl•«-*! mlsorablv iu
l,",.,;, ,    „i  \i,,    -js  Thero was no
ih,. pn renl silo being oalled
,   |     ,i i aiiiliii •    1 he body    was
r       ,. 11„, Ottawa River al -hut
uiken to tiuobec. Tho ra-
,, ,. i)in:, ii iii ihe Anglican i'u-
,i. : ,      a t a .',i rn 11" chufch walls
i  i ii,.   pulpit anal   cominunlon
nl,    H   | H  liandaoine tablel   tai hie
, i   ...a.ii'.s the church.
i;a.:aal l.ellie <>( Olden D»}-«.
in Toronto there was recently dia-
iiliived h i'    ious  i ollc of tlio    olden
; ilmi  lock of a gnu oi I our
ngo, wli'-n l-'t-cnt'li ami  llritish fought
',,',, ,!,.■ ,.,    -■— i.■:i tii ilie fur trade ol
nun thi l i.i- Weat,    ard
■.   a lilto mun struggled   «iiit
,;,, |.,(|si '. I,.i   tlio supremacy.    Tlia
ior nilhing la left but Uia
:. -, ni  .1    in    Mr.   Ucorge
•  a ni  i "."b Madison avenue,
. the )-a' I'russi Point Syu-
IN OCT QrM DAYS.        ~ ■"•*,
A   Partrayal   ,r    ; ,   ...   Hua   ]-Uld   ^
.1 I.I  IB   lilH H.lltl,,.
Sow eomei I lio luuact of tbe tv,'.l,.ut yew
\M'"i 1-tieuii.j in,,, s, ii nod alow,
i",iii in  tin* liana uu |.lMS rtllJ ,,,„(,..
npin-nr
I'l'.i'-i in Ut,. nunsei'1 Kim,-.
litu'.ued   ivindows   »f   tu«
j,,,'. I'.ill   I' iqulb, u  Chippewa
;..:....   ••.; ,i found it tin* othor   day
h ui SanBili Bay,    Laku
v.liili. plowing. Near by   -.vas
-1  in a .siiiiii|i of   ivlint
tta! ,r lin     a  stalely     elm,     a
; 11 . a, '   a,l       1,111lutb,    illitltll        LiSO       IH
i       '    I
iii 111    Iroiihlous  times  of  I lie past
: ■ I' a ■    !'     i   v..; a trading   and
pu; i    with the Indiana,    *
where limiting ond war parties
i    ■   paddle across tin*   luko
io Itoa I s Point for Inroada through
■'■ sii lam and Georglna now.
lh" ri lie belonged to a Brit-
lo a  follower    of    tin
Bo uia,m... i.i a   warlike
U u .lesnit    Fathers,    who
'■-' followed  the  llurons    to
; Ui o ol  i ei rani    from    their
the  Iroquoia,    wbo-
■ " " ildier ni    Champlaln,
n I,,- life with his gun
mission to tbe Great
!."'-   ■   .       . i,   (pll,
i'lui'i'itii nmn.
t.aa. I
'I lu- il.-iv Minis down Im beonn
•HI all  tUO ii-uti  |iiiniti,i'.,|  nillltula
of Htiimli in. an u.. iircntna.
I take my wny wli*ru a«*iit'.v eedari stnnd
A illlla-   Ilia,   lausliv   line,
Ami wlilti'tbroaig ith nud mil tn   every
Or ihi  iiu-ii- wtiveilng utr.iln,
Where hatei buib Uolili up   iti   crinkle.*,
Ami scent* the loliertng brtese,
A liuiitini wreath eutitl i.s iisiruga' old
I'lmt iiniKim ai iimt'i dccreei,
A purple laiiK.m u ereeplne o'er tlie ash,
Dull   wiin. iiKiilust  ttn- ilny
While dusky tisluis wear u I'llni'iiu s.'itb
of woodblne'i kintllajd tpiar.
I see tlie stuialy enl. tre*'i maold'rliis fire
Sullen uniiirm the emerald rye,
Anil yonder logur mn|ili*'s wdil ili'»4rir
'1*0  matCll   tlie   SUUDi't  aak).
Oa bodge and tree ih»   bitteriwect   in-i
bung
Us ri-uit tbnt look! ii flower,
Wliile nldor H|,niy witli coril berries itrODg
ia part or autuuu,'* dower.
The plaintive inlln of liluidilidi All the olr,
Wandering by Irrtiwlnts;
'llu* inlay kliiulet ttlitlnij bere and tbere,
IM fill now bla ellln Butt'.
Now downy shyly drills bis winter tell,
His white rhlps strew the ground,
While squirrels  liark from  .'ill  or ICOtned
dcil,
A true autumnal sound.
I hrnr lhe festherel tliiinder of (be grouse
.Soft  lo'lln;* tbrongh lhe wi-hkI
Or ponae to note where hurrying mole or
mouse
Just ntli's I'io aolliuile.
i.'sieu- thp furtive Cock-call of tha.* quail
coniesi up from weedy fluids;
Beyond, the niollow ihtui of lonely flail
lis homely music yioiaK
iieiai'd the ercharda piled   wiih   palntot)
aphei*es
New plurked fron, laa.ndln-{ tree".
And bronzed hunkers tasslnj c lden eare
In gaiiial lull aud lirecze.
Once more the tranquil days b^ood   o'er
tha. hills
An.l sootha earth's nHiin-* brea^ti
A benediction nil the landscape tins
That breathe* of peace and rt***t.
John Hill-roughs.
1   „ •.'   a li S>sadlB*|  Munray.
"Too mu h spending money in Imv-
wl i , ' •■ Miiui^ men on tho
than any  other   cans,- -
than all othfcr causes   com-
.. a a well-known sociologic-
.        I • .     a  I     tWO    llflifll.       •   T IllS
■  ■ on i* the- H'Miii oi years   do-
10   tlia      |   I l.l'a.-MOlaul       IBipillg'    Of
ea cf coiumcrcial dis-
h   an experience   com.
>    l " lion tlmt parents nro
n '"•   lesponsllilc for    iho
lh    hoys than uro tho
"•       They  cannol    t,«
■ onstruod into an    ox-
• hoy who goes wrong,
-.how tho way io pre-
1    ;.ia!uie*i  fiuin  tho  s-uiiio
.   .        tint i|lC \oiinK man who ha*1
■nl    boyhood    who Roes
euibexzlors and    di
"fron*.       M
i" " " from the kindorgarton
' '""l    extravagance than
ti ii times over,
• ' give your hoy the best
' '    .nl ai-aiii.Mt the tempt-
'■"'Ha    dishonest?   Tlion
, ;'      '   : "«l   ol   apending money
"   " whai  he would luiv0 for tho
»l luxuries of life if   he
• own living nnd sup-
I   . •'njndulgencei from   sur*
"
1,1 - World Over.
, , ' "es   in Ca| e    Colony
■ :> ■ 'iB.ie.tmerit   forbidding
, ,  '        '  •■' medic  to nil    to">
' '"■•• In whoao li.Bi,,.'coi.n-
,    ' ■"  ITivilego i*.   noi    ac-
" ''-ni   practltloi^,    in
; i  '   ,,  " editing lua its  "*•***.- iit-
1     ' ■■•     Tha  1'ia.c.    a     local
"'duci'd to accepting caa-
,   . '""   ...aistnni,'    by    the
, , ■ ' •■'l Its professional editors
,:.,,'.        '"  In .ortrra es    for    lose
1 '"'- ore liable    fair    all
1  '" I'l.Mtte propeity by
htissels Ims accordingly
m.  ','''   "-he   court  to pay
.i„ , ' «'ndowi ■mashed during
.,,,,; "' ' ■"'"•' The rioting this
i.;iu; i ', """-'h iii,uv serloua, and a
,,,. ,     "   ""l have to 1.0 met   by
.     v Nl'» Bomb Wnle, Well.
I,A4n11"' ••sian won in New South Wfllei
ii,a,,'   ' ' '' 'll|i'. cost $.",l,7;;:5 nnd
'    IP gallons of Water daily.
,„.!;„) "•'■"'"■K'e n serloua fnee for a
"i.iit.,,.', .:""l',"l,;'1, yo«r fox wears
■"*■ to be n ituiie
■■„■      s,*«nee Is (j„id.„.
■u.a,',",'",'"!'" *'M lhe beginner, "to h
i  ,        '" Polities one must knot
''• ' Iii'iil- '•
.lll*,»**r sun
ropllefl the old hnud,
nol to ipenk."—
HoS."" * M'":i'i" ulves wny to anger
'   '    "   " lai'dou with tsars,
DON*TS l-OR WOMEN.
littlo Things  Uso   Wlao Oin*s  Kmiw aud
Hi* I'BWlsa tiur.1,1 to KtinTB.
Don't talk about other people's
promises to \ou and your ftfture
plans.
Don't bo Rood in a superior manner and don't bo perpetually point-
mi;  out  the  furl  tluit .Noil  mo    iloitit!
things in the right way. It is an
excellent method of getting youracll
hated.
Don't bluff nnd don't boast. Vou
may have a moie intelligent nudi-
i :i i* ili.tn you think, und anyway
then, aro always enough clever
people to si'e through you.
Hunt talk all the time. f.i\.J oth-
a rs a chance
Don't forgot lhat all really ruihI
convoraation is impersonal.
Don't tell v. hut you .could do if you
I,,i,l Hie chance* Either do it or don't
tnlk about it.
Don't be afraid u> acknowledge
when you arc in the wrong, but when
j un are In tlie tin'''  stand firm.
Don't run nii.r ntha-i women, and
they will Jim niter von.
Don t. when a woman tells vou her
troubles, Immediately cheapen ln*r
tale i>f woe by hatching up a more
tioli ful i  ol your own.
Don't tell your women friends' sea-
ii.'ts. Remember that their friendship may some day be dissolved.
ami. while somo women do keep se-
crets, no woman ever uiiow.il a btv
cret to last any longer than her
fi iendship
Don't tell everybody if you make
your own clothes.
Don't be n slave to your house or
your furniture.
Don't doubt your own success, und
others must believe in you
Don't forget thnt personality
counts for more than beauty,
1 II! II. il   UBS   I OBtt.
A  writer tells this story of    the
governor of a British colony;      "A
gentleman was serving as a private
In n volunteer corps in another colony,     lieing a   man of good social
position,  hu had dined with tho governor,   when  one day,  being in private uniform,  he was taken by one
of the officers of his  regiment     to
luncheon In a tent In which tho governor   happened    to be,  wheroupon
the latter remarked In a loud \oico
to tho officer In    question that    he
could  ii»i  sit  down  to  lable   with
'one in private's uniform.     When in
consequetiee tho man was about to re-
i nre  iii" govemoi   said  il   was   not
I the   mini    he objected   lo,  bul   the
■ dress,   uml  suggested  lhat   ho r-hould
.cither change ll oi turn II Inside <iut,
I Doing much in want ol his luncheon,
the    inun "(Wallowed  the  insult     ami
turned lus coat Insldo out,
Two Siii."«l« P<*r l'»).
There   is    only   one    place     in   the
world where the sun sots twice dally,
and that is at r^cok, In Staffotdsh ro,
England.   Ihe reason of this Is that
a jogged mountain is situated lo the
wesl  of the town, and In lhe even-
I ing the sun eels behlud II and a****"*-
I ness comes on,   Then the Urst   sun-
1 eet occurs, the gas-lamps are lit, ana
I apparently nighl hns set In.   Bul   t
has not,  for 111 lhe space of an hOUl
or   so    the   sun   reappears    again
through the opening at the side of
the mountain and daylight again appears     Artificial   lights   aro extin-
gulshod aud dayllrfht agan l''^**"";
until the    sun defends telow    ^e
opening  and thu second sunset   o«
curs  und night comas tO Stay,
a siuiij in Prooraitlnatlon,
"Knte you started on that job  of
^o" sub." answered  Mr.  -Bi-Mtu*
pinkley.    "' sl"lf's ' '"'•*'••* R"
put It ofl t-,11 ih'n' wiok "
• \\hv   this Is only Monday,
•■I knows it, bul de inaiViiins hall
g-.no    an'     den  ifs  onlv   a  few  days
till mi,lav. an' dat's bad luck, an   i
dasn't work on fclttnday, so i rocKons
j*i"uar    wail till 1 kin «»•*■ »  *Uu
liter
Utt-hl "
ftEA1
SS ar**l B *m*   ta a stdotll commlejlon firm—T«T
THOMPSON, SONS & CO.
grain cnmmiseiQN merch-ikt-s
*<>*o/l*->nl-p-s*ar.
RLB
Do You Want
urn ose to munu vara sitf-ft-nan
TO COHSICJI TOM VMS T» » RtLUOUt nia
k-r-tt-r-MS
 »so»ii>t iuvin tin uscrat .„„.„..
If so, the uiiU«ii-8)giied wonts yimr ktuiMU -.nil will enile-ivor to gUesatlsla-jU
Cash adtaocod on consisaiosnU.    Boforeiifs i   Union Bank ot Canada.
Tht oldest -jstsbllshcd Grain Commlsaioa   jr., __m ,___ m _*   _ „ _-
Msrchapt LnWinnipog. *£££ *Q      EaP I l\J Lf
Iraln   Exohange,   Winnipeg.
Maclennan Bros.,
GRAIN   iHERCHANTS.
Tswenosi liao. p. o box m
lolntyro Biook,  304,   Winnipeg.
Wliea*. snd pritln a ( all kiwis. t-Ja*
I.anal l.ota ii Npoalulty. I'.ugulitr ad.
v, aces en I'.il'.s nl I.'uliinr.
Wiileorwira ns for Track lilds, ot
CnnalKo Yuur I'ralu to ua, whloh wa
will soil for your HcconeE), on yoar approval lo bighost bidder.
DID HIN GOOD
AND NO MISTAKE
What Simon V. Landry has U
say of Dodd's Kidney Pills.
Be was Weak, Ron Down nnd a Total
Wreck-Threo buxes „f n.a,i,i', Ktdoe**
1'IUk put hlm in Work Again.
Hiver Bourgeois, .Richmond Co.,
Quo , Oct. i9.-(Special)—Simon V.
Landry, well known here, adds his
testimony to tho thousands of others
nil nver (,'nnatla who owe thoir hoalth
and even life itself, to Dodd's Kidney Pills.
"1 was bothered lor over a vear
with Lame Back, Weill- Hack, PaJpi-
Ution oi the Heart and General
Weakness," says Mr. Landry. "In
fact I was a total wreck. I could
not work ns I pot tired and weak so
easily and I had a weakness in ray
Btomach so that T could net bend
down to do anything.
"I had tried different kinds of medicine without benefit till I pave
Dodd's Kidney Pills a trial. From
lhe first they did me Rood and I had
only taken three boxes when I was
able to start work njrain. They did
me good and no mistake.'"
Dodd's Kidney Pills arc known by
their cures in every corner of Canada. They curo the Kidneys. Sound
Kidneys ensuro pure blood. Pure
blond means good health,, cheerfulness and abundant energy. That's
bow Dodd's Kidney Pills make new
men a:id women out of run down,
worn out peoplo.
Water frceres every nlRht of the ysar
at Alto Crucero, in Bolivia, while at
noontlay the sun is lint etiough to blla-
ter the Qesk.
There never was nnil never will l*e »
uiuvetniit a.aai,Ja-ea. in one remedy, Ivr all
till tu nhirh tieta.li is heir— the vary na-
tuie oi manv curatives boitnt such thail
were the germs ol other anal differently
-..■a',-,! aii'-aa-a-, rooted  in  tha system ,,|
tha* taiitient—what, would relieve ono ill
hi turn mi.a,in aetrruvate the otlu-r V,e
Imva- liaiwcver, in Quinine Wine, whew
obtainable iu aouiid. unadulterated stata,
a remedy for manv ami Grievous ills llv
Itfli I'laalina. and malicious use the fr.til.--at
systems are led Into ivii. alcs.'crioe Bii.d
-BtreuKili bv the infliienre which I'uiuine
«jteits on nature's own reslurulives lt
relieves tbe tlrnoi,,:.,.• Kiiirits, i,i thah-e
with whom a chronic slate of morbid
.les|ioniiencv and lack ol Interest in ii'e
la a disease, and lav Iranqulllifne tie
nerves, disposes to sound an.l lefrealatrnr
sleep—iinparts vicor to the action of the
blood, which, beinc stliiiulatetl. coursM
th mini h tlie veins. urciictlieairj the
healthy animal fuiuttona of the system
thereby utakiui*; activity a n*'C«'!,Sflirv !.*-
wlt. *alreiiRttienlne the frame and Hiving
life to the digestive organs, wblcb pat .-
rally demand increased substance—result,
•Bl'ioved aiipetlte. Northron & l.vu.nii.
a,l Toronto. he\e titen to tin- iitit.llc
their Superior Uuinine Wine at the usiiul
rate, and. cuaneil bv lh» oiainmns of
srienti.stia. tke wine annroartii'S n.r.rrst
iwrfettior. of anv iu the market All
dmutlsts sell  it
The    cent   cannot  he  polished    wltlioul
(ri.iiiin,   imi   the  man   |k*i i" teil    •■ I h
tiini*.
[.over's \'-Z (Wise Il< nd Dis ■ eel-
ant Soap i'owder dusted .u the batn.
softens tho iMtti'r and disinft?cts.
There   III1    people    whn    -aa'alnl    lo     laae
more interest   In our u'laira  llian  ive ,l*i
Thc ninn « haa Is really preul is  •■       R
in leave lhe discover}   \u nh.*i   pi>oplo
I is \ M \l!\ Kl.l.iu s i'llIN'. Rhea
ilia' iin.--, effected h*. iu I'homaa' helec*
irii- nil  nr.* ronsldered    tho  -1 • ••*■ *•    a","1
•.II'IIIIIU-.I'IJ!     ll'll.l    ll     iaias    Ill'OUtlllt      10      I
-.ulieiiiiu' nrherever i has been used, d
must taa- rei'iinli'il bs a marvellous ',i -
lhat  M.  potent  ii  metliclni   should  re u I
fiom   Haa.   six     Blmple   in ■■red        »nil Ij
enter Into Us composlttou i trial tviil
conduce  tin'  inaiit  skeptical  ol  Its heal*
Illl!     tit'tlll'M
When a uiil liciiins t.i speak of » aisU
acqualntasce n*, being n man nflei her
own heart  it's his 'null  il lie doesn't rel
it.
llui   lew  v.i*men show discretion  in  ihs
election  ol tilings lo l><* left   unsaid
What shrunk your woolens ?
Why did holes wear so soon ?
You   used   common   soap.
SUMUGHT
IUtDUCES
EXPENflStt
r.-r Um C«u«*a Bas.
A RAILROAD PASS.
Hot* ii i niiia.il «« Lawyer to Forget
HI* Own Name.
"If n inun Is Up to nny littlo gnillO,
such ns Inking ;i railroad trip on nu
other man's pass, he ivnnts lo leave his
wife nt home," sn iti Lawyer Abbott i-cna-
illisecutly.    "A  woiiinn hits no uso for
the little tricks that count for so much
to ;i ninn when in* Is trying to torn an
honest penny. Now, here's nn Instance;
I was going on ii trip with my wife,
nnd n friend offered me his railroad
pass.
"l use it so little the conductors on
thai road don't kuow inc.' he said.
•• Sure it won't got tue into trouble?'
••it won't if yon will jusl remember
that your name is Johnson. Conductors nre always suspicious, hut il is tha-*
easiest thing in the world lo get Ibe
best of thCiu if you work it rinht.
Keep your nerve nnd don't forget your
name is Johnson.'
1 did iml sny -a word about Uie pasa
to uiy wil.', as I wished to surprise her
with il when tbe time came and she
saw her husband riding free on tbe
biggest railroad going out nf Chicago,
while sin* imd to pay fare.
"When ihe conductor enme round be
tackled me hist, but 1 told blm 1 bad
a pass, feeling very much as If I owned
th." rond. He look my wife's ticket
while I wns tumbling for the pass,
which 1 handed to blm. He looked at
me sharply antl asked:
•• What is your name'*'
" 'My name?' 1 snt nud stared at bim
and couldn't think of a name to save
my life.   He repealed tbe question.
" -Why don't you teil hiin yoi'.v tumcV
uiy wife asked. 1 snt open mouthed
and stared, and she gave my true nnme
in the conductor, who handed me bnck
the pass with n curt 'Pare, please!'
And 1 never paid anything so quickly.
My wife said afterward tbnt she Imagined herself riding round the country
with a man whose name WOJ Johnson!
Then she asked me bow much I would
have saved, and when I said Ten dollars' she seemed sorry. And I closed
the Incident by remarking sweetly:
•"ihat's what you lost by hutting
In.' "
One   on   llepew.
Chnuncey M. Depew wus recently
telling n good story with great gusto
when a girl In the party laughed.
He stopped with a frown.
•What's the matter?" he asked.
"It ii one or the last stage:'." said
the girl. "You nre telling me a story
nf my own that I told you only half an
hour ago."
Whereupon Sena lor 1 if pew. suddenly and ominously iiulet. walked to the
e**tremo rear for the tir-t time In his
Ufe and took n seat thore.
Hooks are man'i lieal   Ii ieuil   v hen     i *
lai.l ■    lain    he    ' .III    : ll„'     UieiM    ,:,'    « HI      ■'
i-i\ ma,   lanon-**.
Hnwd's Lini'.ncnt Cures Barns, etc.
A girni decrease lu.*- been noted in Ireland in  lhe nunibei  ol  pri*   "enl    "
penal Ben ll ude during  re enl  yearn     lu
18!,'.'    tla.-IT    V l'l,*    I"! .     ill     I0l   '■       '-'"■'       '    ,!
iii   1003,  U70
a Palatal liupresslo».
"Yes." he said: "I gel my looks from
my mother and iny bruins from my fn*
ther."'
"I'm sorry yon told nn? this," she
Slid.
"Why?"
"Because it gives me tbe Impression
Hint your pnrenis were pnlnfnlly lack*
Ing i'i geui-roalty to their only child."
A Coll   Tor Sympathy.
First Bachelor—I wish l could write
n dcccnl letter of condolence.
SOTl :nl I:.iehe!iir - Smile one you know
■lend?
"No; engaged."—Detroit Free Tress.
Turf  na   I nel.
IlnroM Harfagr In the year 1SS8
granted the Islands of Orkney to F.nrl
l'ytier. brother to Dnko Hollo of Nor*
iintiitly. When Karl F.yiicr cams to live
In his new possessions he found ihem
quite bare of any trees and producing
Only a very f<'W suinia'd hushes.
The Orkneys a to bitterly cold nnd
wind swept, so when tho Inhabitants
hnd used up all the wood tbey could
procure they rami* lo their new earl
for advice,  Ho recommended them to
mt OUt pieces of turf, dry tliem and
USO Ihem for fuel. This they did witb
Slicta grent success thnt tlio custom
spread to Scotland and thence to Ireland and lo many parti of England.
Karl Eyiier was always known afterward as Turf lCyner.
"rent rights" wero defined by march
stones   Willi   three  Wliclkl  laid   uniler
each ntul were Jealously guarded by
the townships or Individuals to whom
ihey belonged. Throughout Scotland
up to the thirteenth century pent and
bogWOOd were universally used for
winter (Ires and broom and whin dur
ing summer,
Borne etymologists regard the nnme
of peat as almost synonymous with
fuel, deriving it from ihe early Fngiuh
"beten," to replenish a tiro.
aaaappjtl    Iiil    tiarMlilw
Pinto Shell
Cordovan
Mitts and
Gloves
—Toughest wear, flexible, warm, light
—Boil uud scorch proof
—Rip and tear proof
—Rain and wind proof
—That's what H.B.K, Pinto Shell Cordovan mitts and
gloves are
—Made from the hide  of  the  Western   Bronco,  the
toughest  animal with  the toughest hide,   light
enough to make mitts and gloves.
—Sold by dealers everywhere.
Genuine only with this brand.
Write for "Strayed," the funniest piece of
literature ever written ubout a Bronco—Free
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H. B. R. Warm
Duck Coats
H.B.K Duck Coats are warm,
hard wearing garments. They '
are made in scores of styles—
fleece lined, mackinaw wool lined,
leather reversible—high storm
collars, large "Kantilever"
unsagable pockets.
Made to keep out the wind and
the cold, the rain and the sleet. Made to keep people warm
Branded with this brand.
Sold   by  up-to-date  dealers
everywhere.
Hudson Bay Knitting' Co.
MONTREAL. WINNIPEG.
MAKERS  OT WARM  "WKARABLES  TOR   EVERYBODY
Mail   Us   Your   WatcK   Order     „
We c.rry the l»r.;cet nock of Vatclitj and Clwlis in Canada andean fill
order* promptly by mui:—just aa well as though you slioiancd in peraon—8i»-
Ir.g yon the but va'.na:* on tbU continer.t.   Here are o. le-.v itema |
4311 Ladier,' Solifl-1 Silver Case  VzUh, American Movement,     $5 00
4349 Ladks*1 Gold Filled Watch, Valtham Movement, guafan-
tt*d to v.**ar (or 25 years. 13 00
4312 Gents' 141c. Gold Filled Exb-i Case TCalch, A. Kent 8c
Sons Jewelled Movement, 25 00
42E0 Lacics' 14 k.  Gold Cau  Watch, Richly Engraved, Full
Jew-iled Movement, 35 00
sr..- J FOR OL'tt NUW ILLUSTRATED catalogue and price liot
uuia»"
J^broseKekt&Sons
I Y0N06St*^-^^^T-c^«W*
Recent   BtalUtlci     »lt«»   that   wrpent* I    \ Irlcnil la  i man who cun forget our
kill  mora portions  in   Iniliii  iliim   in  any 1 faults, bul  ten men hu*.e such hint iikj«i
other  country     During   1001   lhe  number : oriel,
nl   TietlniM   wns  artfl...   a.ml   it   ii  i*slu\i-' — ~
alert  that   aliuiast.  il  hov  quit,    a- many' fslhiarUS UoiflKIlt CllfCS Ifasdrillf.
Wire Willed   ia  100-.' 	
  As rtchoa and Ibi.bh' iflBt-*-nkt' ., bkui. «••
! Jlacover  hlin  to  be .i  tool,  but  na>lioe>
foultl tiini it out in in-, [irotperltj
C.  C   RlOHATtDS ^» ro. Ile li « poor humorht    *h.ise   ><.k.-
iK-nr    Kits.—I   liuvi'  p i*at   faith   in   maj be aeeu coming a mile off.
MIS.U'.HS  1.1MMKKT. an last   \.-iir !	
I  curod  n   liiaisi-   ni   Ring-bone   with      How   mftaj   pawple believe ua wben «•
five Iwiltl'^ blame our Bta ol luul lemper upon   on*
It bltoterod   lhe   horae    bul   In   a    enaltlre nervoua ayatem
nia.nUi there waa    no ring-bone nn.;
no lameneu Soma people seem io iinri b< urcnt Jviai
DANIKL  UUKCniRON.       '' eomlorl  In th.* thought ibat  • l<**» are
Faur Kills.  V   U. . ailiuinlaratood.
rbree peraona <-!»ii-i  to have lha DeM*
.'nisaes   tli.it    KapoleOn   u-ae.l   aan   tha*   Ci.l'l
  (ot Waterloo
Inilay  ike empire el .lup.ia  hn> «   poo-
Ulatloa   ol    '.*vOt'ii.Oti(i     h,   otliei    wnr.1*. ,
•hi'  ioniums   IHO   people   within  a   squar.
TKsiiaii US  TIME—In b.» hiatlv-cal"*-
lunltsl   ii"'.   Hi     I'onneleO   hns   i-iti-n    u.
ihe world ona ol the moat unloue medl*
uni'H oiii'risl to ihe uulill.- in  late veara j
Prepared  to meet   lha want  lor ib  nill
which  >-oiiliJ  l.e  tnl.rn    without    nausea
nnil   that   winilil  I'liiiri'  Without   bhhh     II i
hns nii't nil raoulrementa in    thai iiins
tun,   nnil  it  is in general una nol  unit
becauae oi ittcae two gualltlea, nut   he i
ciiusi*  it   is knomi  to   tuia'.i'ss  UHeratIvi
uml  curative iiBBUB.rs  a*hleh   t»ii'.ifl-  ii    In
the front  i link i.f nietllelnei
It  ni.ty nut be I'li'afi   ii* mill  a  winner
thnn   It   Is  tifl ilnvi' har,  liul   n   Is  'iiltr
Foreot   lom^thlnw.
It was In n hotel, nm! n i;l'l of iwcet
Rlxtocn bad left tbe table, at wblcb Iter
pnrpiits were still aeated, aud had ■.•nia*
tin* entire lon^th nt tbe ilInltiK room.
wben **iit> panaed in tlu* doorway, ainl
ln*r (reeb j-ouog voice cut tbe uir wltb
tbe word;
-Maw!"
"Well?" replied hor "maw" shrilly.
"l forgot my cum. , Fetch It when
von come upstair*. It'i atucli under
lhe table right underneath my plate.
ni want it for lhe matlnn-* this after*
noon, you kuow."
if even-feed; tni<i th* umh u tkii*
World, nket n mlaerabla >>iii plara it
would i«* .
*.   * oniinlt i»*e   lina   now   been   forme.1    In
I'mis in erect n public monuinenl to Uie
memory  01  the a-nrrler  plifi'iirs   Ihnt   ten-
derad    aueh    siKimi irrvtca   aiurinu   the
sieei- o[   I'm Is
A    a-.alto»    lUllbtl'lla   laft»»l    pr<B»«'«    BB     l.et
ter [liwid     te  a  ralMtera     IttM   ■  illR
paraaa*
1 cmlfliln**  llcotlt.
Iiial you aver lake note of tht es*
trnordlnnry efforle glrle mako nt nn
ext'liialvv glrla' pnrtj lo preteHd that
tii'v nre linrlng aa coikI n timo na thoy
would if Ibe boy** wore preaeut? 'I li i
■la-Mi- tl.in..s know llicy lire nctliw f ■ •'
.' , Jtfnl in llli ir nffwtiitlon of • '
whi -. '■■■' " ■■' llieni i* all '•'■■ ■
1*11*1 Ij ... .'.;n; lllU IlltU Otlli" lUl'l il
iho 1 oya
W.   N. U. P'o. As&Zl. .THK DRII4-, SLOOAN, 1 . 0., NOYEMBEE 6, 1903,
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THE SLOCAN  DRILL
C. K. SMrriiKitixo.ii.i*, Editor nntl Prop.
IS PUBLISH ED KVICltY FKIDAY AT
BLOCAN,      •      -        -       •      B. C.
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the lirst insertion ami5 cents a. line eacli
Subsequent Insertion.
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as ii-a.ii advertising.
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iy in itilviiiii'i*; $2.50 a year if not m paid,
Address all letters to—
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Slocan, B. ('.
FKIDAY, NOVEMBER6th, 1908.
K IMI OUl A I.    I'WII'I'IMili,
It is cheering to read of the greatl*/
■improved outlook in  the ontetit.lt* mining camps, particularly  in   Kossland
and tin* Boundary.   The .Slooan has a
day coming for her, too.
Tho harvest days forth* lawyers are
at hand, as a result of the recent elections. Liberal protests have been
lodged in Revolatpke, Kamloops and
Esquimalt. The Tories are likewise
protesting the four seats in Victoria.
Some interesting developments have
taken plaeo this week at Victoria,
provincial Secretary Goodeve has resigned and gone home. His position
has beeu amalgamated with that of
the department of mines, with lion.It.
V, Green in control. Attorney General McPhillips is still in harness, and
hn may have another trv at Victoria.if
the protests against the Liberals are
made gootl. It is also stated Premier
McBride will himself take that position, and Price Ellison be taken in as
commissioner of lands and works.
a     gESJCS        555
Fernie will remiriin Conservative and
there is great gnashing of teeth among
the (IiiIs. Last week Mi". Justice Irving ordered the ballot boxes to be returned from Victoria for an official
recount. The deputy provincial secretary could not see tlia point and, on
reconsideration, the learned judge
found tin* statutes did not give him
the power to so ordei',and accordingly
he retracted. Even were the law uol
defective, tlino is no absolute reason
to believe the recount woultl have
given Mr. .Smith tlio seat. Mr. Ross
was elected and lie Trill hold to his
rights.      	
DRILL   POINTS.
Pay up your subscription.
Next Monday is the King's birthday.
A new postofflce lias boen opened
at Poplari
Passenger traffic is very much on
the increase,
Joe Siiulter went ta' the coast Tuesday morning.
Winlaw's sawmill, down the valley,
is again in operation,
Tho Denver House, at Sandon, lias
closed out of business.
The 0,P.It. engineers have made n
demand for higher wages.
Aid. McNeish and J. G. McCallum
visited Nelson ou Monday.
Born. In Slocan, on Oct. 80, the
wife of W. Ei Boie, of a sun.
The O.P.R. will curtail expenses by
a wholesale discharge of men.
Es Provincial Secretary Goodeve
has returned home to Ito-'slanil.
.lack Cavan and wife returned on
Friday from 8 trip to the States.
■1 off Baty left on   Monday, with the
intention of visiting Poplar creek.
The license commissioners will bold
a special sitting on Monday next.
There was a magnificent display of
the northern lights on Friday night.
Mrs. T. Linton and children came
over from Rossland on Saturday, on a
visit.
Kev. Dr. Wright lias resigned the
pastoratoof the Presbyterian church
at Nelson.
No council meeting was held thia
week, the necessary quorum failing to
materialize,
,St. Andrew's day is drawing near
and it is time the clans were beginning to enthuse.
Mrs. Tonv Long and daughter left
on Mondav to spend the winter in
Cumberland. Wis.
The associated b >:irds of trade will
me it in convention at Rossland on the
2nd of December.
Jackson Radcliff h removing to
Poplar creek, whore he will open a
bathroom and laundry.
I). 1). Robertson is cloving out his
furniture business, with the mteatien
i if removing to Vancouver.
Hallowe'en i assod over very quietly, the lads contenting thomselves
with a few harmless tricks.
George Kydd, managerof the Hoyal
Bank at Nelson, has been promoti .1 to
a similar position at Ottawa. Ont.
Age.it Edwards has received a large
quantity of bulbs from Montreal, with
which to beautify the depot grounds,
The Knights of Pythias had a big
celebration at New Denver Monday
night, at the dedication of their uew
hall.
Jap King, who left here a year ago
for tho Topapab camp, was here on
l-ii; Eldorado and Danube l*5j Brixhara
V, 0 S McNaught to N V McNaught.
89—Alberta ,Vi ■' T lleanchesne to .Im*
Livingstone,
l'l—True Fissure, Weatniout No u.
Westmont No 1, 1* A Wells to Frank K
Griffith,
Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend
to apply at n special sitting ol the I'a'inal
of Licensing Commissioners for the City
nf Slocan, to beheld after tho expiration
of 80 tliiv* from the iluto hereof, for a
transfer of the retail liquor license, I"'1'
On the Slocan Hotel, Situated en lots 7
aud H, block l2,Slocan, from E*. 1'. John*
son to myself,
Patoil at Slocan this 24th day of October, 1908.
.JUSl'Tl! PAYNK
e*----**^
Notice.
NOTICE is Irerehy given that HO dayf
after dato I in tend to apply, at n special
sitting of tbe Board of Licensing Coin
miltioneri nf lln< City of Slocan. for a
transfer of tho retail liquor license held
by me on tho Itoval Hotel, situated on
lot is, block 12, City of Blocan, to Ceo
Crawford.
Dated al Blocan this 8lh day of October, 1003,
JAMES CROSS*
—tsg&Si ' ■
m i
i*-=5S**»
Shoe Backboneft
....-,       , ,, ,   ,, nn  tin* itiini i.-ii   dim i.  I'.;.-,   ii.-ii.'   ui
Outsiders frequently ask the ques-  Monday, having Utely been on Popla
tion: Why la it the Sloe,in country  creek.
remains so dull when all other por
tions ©f the province are exhibiting
life and progress 1 It may seem odd,
yet it is undeniably trus that tin* Sl >■
can is far from bein1," as prosperous as
it should be. Tin* Dominion bounty
on lead of Jio per ton was expected to
enliven things up with a rush, but it
has failed in -»(T.*<*t. Tha enhanced
price of silver has put more heart into
the peoplo, but the tangible results
aro nil; and the newly discovered
values of the /.inc ores ar,' allowed te
A. Coplen, formerly of this place,
was here on Sunday. He is engaged
in the lumbering business at Cranbrook.
VV. .1. Adcock la'ft on Tuesday, with
a view to Ending a new location for
his bout and shoe ishop in tho  Crow's
Nest country.
Noble Binns, of Trailand H.Hallet,
nl i 'reeiiwood.passed through on -Mon
day. to attend th*j Pythian celebration
at New Denver,
The secretary of a banking institution lias written Ths Drill to say thai
slip by.   There must lx*- something j he expects to bein Slocan shortly.with
wrong somewhere, and the reason is. a v ■-•'■■' to establishing a branch.
Tho bridge gang finished thair labors at the wharf here on Sunday and
wer.T shifted to Rosebery, to put in a
new idip. They will also put in one
at Nakusp,
All bills owing :!i • uud irsigned are
requested to bo paid forthwith to H.
A. CIovo, who is emp iwerod I > re nipt
for same. Bills not paid will be placed
in court for collection.   W. Adcock,
after all, not hard to (iml. Por one
tiling, the price of raw lead in Canada
is Hot at all on the same footing as
the American article, thanks to the
smelter trust and tli.- Yankee duty,
and it Beems a sacrifice of good money
to mine it. Then again, there are no
domestic works capable of handling
zinc ores, and the cosl of the long
Messrs. McQoldrick and Lammerr,
haul to Kansas is prohibitive. But of Minneapolis, have bought 46 miles
the main issue lies in the fact that, of timber lands on the Duncan river
coincident with the granting of the from Revelstoke parties. They will
lead bonus, came a  universal rise iu ' l'.''j'';|hl.v orec*H" imi" iaM sawmill at
freight and treatment charges and all  *".?""' r i       r
s«ky gazers profess to have round
Hortgage Sale
Uv l. inii rr.r laat  8, (Until   13, Man 190,
Tflfltviislte ul siiBfl'itn City*
rpHEabovij property will ba Jtild bytontlcr
I T, ii.tcrs nni-t In- Boalatl nud tttltlfcasotl li
"Mnodonoll, .McMii-ti-r 4 Ci'.'iiv.M Voli-jO St,
Ti i rial ua i. Out.," ninl \*. Ill Im opnuotl on Wa Im
,1,-i.v. tha 25th aluy uf Novambor, I00H. Sale tntli
i.i't to rastrva in.I.   Tl,' highest ur md.v toadei
nol Ilia i*   -'.'II il)  ,"a 1" |il- I.
1'ur further ptu'tlctilurs appljr in
.MAt'HONKI.L. M, MASTER & QE.UIY,
Sl Vonga Btroot,
Toronto, Ont. |
A weak inner sole
is spinal disease to
a shoe.
Goodyear Welt
stitching forces the
makers to use best leather for
inner sole because its powerfully drawn stitches cut
through soft material like
cheese. That's one reason
why the Slater Shoe is strong
in the unseen, hidden parts.
It's Good: ~ear Welted
4*7^
•rf--.*
■[ .■ 1
L
*Cx$ \4 $#  -■■ ^-Wa fa'-' •*■**   ^ m ;
J. A. Anderson
Dealer in:
DRUGS
MEDICINES
cnnnicALS
PERFUHES
TOILET GOODS
FANCY GOOD:'
Kodaks and Supplies
SLOCAN* - - P.r
In thc Supreme Court oi
British Columbia:
tu tl .' :a i Ier a.t tho ".Ja I  . ,• I . Vcl. :..'.'
und '.ii.i . lis,? At ta:
a    I
Iu  i!i"  ra ■:'. ir of  n   'iitlfj ul   rncovere I
:■,;■■'■: il   t1"      ' uti I cleft u ' ml, ii
I    i C If Court of   K -aay   i. ij      , nl
'   Isi ii. ii' mi action :
Btl w ■■• n
DAVID ABNOT, l'l ilntlll
and
R. BUTNEB, Defoodnat,
V"0TICEi8 hereby (tivrn tlmt, niirinianl I
.\ onli r, I ii". Honnrablf Mr oustlci    :
Fc Men
dSSko
For Women
.    $4.00
SLOCAN,   B. C.
I, D. GENERAL HOSPIM New Residence for Sale
SLOCAN, EC,
•  j. Supt., S. W. Keith, M.D.
■  ) u\i.< ::;,':■■ I I    ,   ll
11 ',■ > m ■.. on   nl rihfl-n   , telnsi i of
.    ,, ■ .    ■'-.. ite .
. ,.   : ; " i  . . a tlitiea Cor m
:       imrtieul
D. B. O'Neail, Sec
f
One of the Newest Residences in Slocan is of-
fered for sale on easy terms. It contains five
rooms, hall, pantry, wardrobes, china closet,
large garret, good cellar, is lathed aud plastered, and ;:. the best finished jn town. Water
service, fine lawn and garden, fruit tree.*;,
tie.   A SNAP FOR ANYONE.       For terms
nsui MIC
FIRE        ACCIDENT.      AOOlV      lit     DH11      Off ICC
guaiia; ...:: m.
i    -
.eprcsftiling  ■' ■    *troi •    coin IaIvA*      IxO^ vi Jj
;.'' pi
panics il '-.:':'■ -; i i • • In
:*;:,. ;.: .-. un .. i i' :.: v. with |>:ir
ticipatiuit  in  prolii ■ ■ ■:  -
ness ami *'i' rati ;■ ,
11. IV CUUTI5, N*i tarv Pnlilic
MINING   ENGINEKRS
ANI) ASSAYERS.
Sii can,
I',. ('
Tonsorial Artist.
The I,i';uiinp Parlors:
MAIN STREET, SLOGAN
.   .     .j?.....\
iiiinnrnl claim, Bititntptl am  Ten Mile
block A, Mn-rtW, Slocan Citj   bein'ii'i   tiipVti'bl 11 OBCfl-mtapaTtftiftli 'mcrnlioi    p. (I       crut'k nnil ricoitleil ill  tlio   Ueco-det'•
dlvisi   loflotac, Group t,K   . 1 *« Each mom   arre ilc'ul     -     I ofl   11 fl r i lie   llOCOl    I Itj  niiiilliu ilivi
.,..,.-    , • i , aaaa ia". ,■ ■       pa. a a" ■ , a.     a a '• .'<..-... ■£.' '
*f.   ■: ■■' ltd   ia    :    .■ Cil>   ii;   Sl'ir ii     |'. , I  ..'   I t-i."j--. ..'}     rx     *'
iinbln, rinscnlji la, I ,;-, -it ,r, -■, , ... , . j3JJ"tjj***>^.'vluV»i.'.-'
ilock A, MairtfM, Slocan Citj i , , _• , | I OK "'•■nliiii.tyi
Uvlsii r',,; ■.'..-.'. i; ,,„,, i. ;.;  , ■ to Each mombt
lu nvili'/i- tin' aaa.m.i   pnrn   ' t    • I mtatyB li '■■.'■    ■ :■    '   ■■•' ..   i fj ]     ..;,,..
,,,,    | | |. . .,-; .  [„ | ,,,. 1 Bnd Inrtramen   , nun it..   . h. in E "•
V ,..,"■.    "'.;:' •"-; ■       ' I :■,.;■••;,:■;. .■,  V:"     '■■ :-: • You are liorehviiotiflail that 1 C,F„
■ „" ■ ,'.  ""..'J,         ■•''   •!-:'-|''''': ■' lYorkGity.anilolbtiyingliti ..- I   Sm'.lln i itiaale, I- ,M .1 '   1*0. H5.KI97, Imvi
V       i... '' .i ■ bichI iiiMnimi-n', i.f un; ,1'   oripl i llo H    .    ,   „|    ,,,'|„,   ,,•,„.,,,1 .,1   llui (inn nf nna
llu..'i.'irv ..•'.!,,.,„,,.,antliof-.-i a- ■■ ■priCflM.MvlDgyoufrom'i.     ,,■ on yonr ]       H'    ''.-"I   to   bO rvpeil letl IHO i im Ot Ol e
llu    ■■ '  lerontlmit, toirether tdtli thoir dati*   of II ohMo... Don'tfuilto]   n»tonce.Von    llgetmti   il   lilintll'tHl tint! two   UlillttrS ainl lllty centf
tedRangcs
SltK'llll,    11. C.
flciiPiul Packinjr ami For*
lYarding attended to »l tli«
»h or test Notice.
Saddleand Pack [IorspsfM
liirc at reasonable rates.
"in i-ra ii a-  n ,b . 1 Vruot.
A:,j furtlii r Infi   in iti in I a il   niiu i fn m I
H.alanra   \'',. trnnro   I! inuitigtoi .   Nel, .-, r  i
plaintilTV soliciti
li.'.tml al Ni l   ... this23rd tin* ol Octol . I
B.T. ii..- Mi ,•.;•-
I
r7,s——_
manner of siippliee, pBrticulnrlj ia
powder, ateel and lumbar.   The offecl
on this tlivi>i-*n in moat uovere for.with
the exception of Ten  M ile, the camp
will hare a for*" limitfti payroll Inde-xl
tiii*. winter.   The local situation k of
course, partly din- to the non-installation nf the reduction works at the Arlington, but mainly to tho increosed
cost of mining .iml treatment.   The
lead bounty affects this camp very
little, for the tn." are silicioiu.but the
increases in the cost of supplies, etc,
•  imp isi-d, rn many assort, Tvith llu*
object of sharing  in   the Dominion
government's g-anerosit"/   are beating |   Ocl 20—Florence G,
heavily on the young properties, and '   ■'"" Unnkerfof two years,
causing tin* owuorsto hesitate in thoir ■   •'?' ' ^'•'•tmont No 3, Westmont No 4,
plana of development.   The general
asjH-rt nf tho siiiiati.in is discouraging
to business  mon, as   Ihelr  * po  of
Operation Ims be • im  contracted.   A
'lessening population and an irksome)   "'' •'"   Mrs Julia Baty to T J Baty,
system of; oredit, much of which will tka**sii*bii8,
be lost, aro ivli.'it  the businesa people     ,, , "„   tion Cap, 0 A Kirkwood lo I;
urn  up against, and   they   fuel  fhn   I Kirkwood.
weight   of their  load,    Til.,   'tis 'til      Mabou ?«, A Tanks to »ame,
tn'*'' I    ?7   " ncrofl    '' mtorsv ami   0 c-on I
Borne i-pitu on tlir> face uf old,Sol.
Judging from the way ii haibeou
raining all yoar, the father of li;.;hu
innsi have l> "'ii attempting tai clean ■
hi i physog,
MI.Mttl    Kl.< OltllS.
Appended Is .t complete lis't *'f tlia var*
ions records registered at tlio lecnl registry e*Hct, II. P. Christie being raining
recordori
l.i.CATI'lS.'l.
Oct 31—Black Cleud fr, on Tea  Mile,
Frank Griffith,
Clipper, nnnii', dt'o McLean,
ASSBSSIIKNTS,
Silver sun.
t'KRTII'lt'ATK ur  lUPItOVBMBMTS,
Oct 3d- Para.
I'   1*1 I tl ,,r 4TTOB.NKY,
- for 118.25.
^1
Whether for immediate or future consider*
oration our prices for
Copper Plate Engraving are worthy of
note.
For instance, we engrave a plate like this
for $i.oo.
Prom (lie pl.iic we print w
ioo choicest quality cards  I'
for $1.00. a*1-'
Why I"; without n ranara when
you can gel one so cheap ? Thej i
nre preferrable to stoves and give
better satlsfriction   The • ranges
burn wood or c al and will be ■
set uii free.
H. J. ROBERTSON,   n
i
TINSMITH    AND   I'I.I MBER.
.: ■■  ■'  ■'•'-      '
Slocan
Tho "plnte" wiillas.1 a lifa'lime.
Write for a copy nf our
new handsomely illustrated catalogue, ready Nov.
i ,(li. On request iv,* will
icnd ii to .iny address
free of cosl. '
RYRIE BROS.
JEWELERS
I III, ISO, 123 and 134
Vi.ii*t! M,, Toronto
■***'•>
Bakery ^
| J. Pinchbeck, Proprietor:
hold naid claim under the iirovoions a
' Im Minernl Art; and if «ilhin '.• I is\ .-
; n:n the date i I lliis i otice you ;' iii, or
i,■:':,-■*. in runt!i!ii;i" your i»i>>i■>>iii in '■'
-iv". i";11'iuUtiii,'.ii'.'"ihei tvith i II costs
aaf : dvertii ing, your inleresl in i rdd
cliiim will become ilit; |iiopoity of lhe
mil , i liii'i', under section -l of nn \ t
entitled "An Act to amend the Minernl
Act, 1900."
tinted ;.t Plocan, IJ.C, this ICili day of j
\ii'u-i, A.D. III03. _
II !03 C. V, SMITIIKUINGAI.K  ^
Don i
Overlook
is Snap *
i
M,'in:i:*r
Fresh fruits of Every ,
m "   ■■
Kind Arriving   Daily, i
..■' x
A full sioc't nf tin* hosl
linos "I i-i' n anil toliuc
ens nhvays Li |ii hand,
I l I,nn i ...nr Brand in s i.
full Wi lain  iiib.i bi   ain v
OtlltiaiiilCfl.i] .
■•Va*JS*, vv ■■'~°j:-.'—ii-': ' \g_tV
a'y ***flr**fA—	
r«jM   l
Slocan, B.
. ii
■;.-
THE DRILL haa ni.nl inn
in i i hi ni with tho Toronto Mail Empire, i o
thai itn weekl*! edition may In'
clubbod \iitli tho former.
Niw miIivciilirrs, therefore,
may obtain tho Wookly Mail-
Empire acUnowlcdgotl to bo
nnr uf the I" i papers in tho
Dominion and Slocan's Iwad
ing journal, Tin. DniLL, From
aow till  .Ian. I. 10OB, for the
.-Mill Of *-.'>.      Willi thia- O.Xf.")i
lioual offer will be given an a
premium, a In nutiful arto-
jriMvurn, entitled "The \ i ■
torln (Vo-:." Th" picture do
piel ■ a scano in thu lato Roof
wn:. done in h u colors, nnd
well worth friiming, >Sond in
\,im orders nt once in
The
Slocan
Drill,
$2.00
—" i-*Ts-*      n-:Je,'■     mcDrm,s/ocan. perannuJWi

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