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 .  W4 0 1904     __-_
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THE SLOCAN
L   v., No. 12.
SLOCAN,   B.   C,   JUNE
1004.
12.00 PEIt ANNUM.
fishing Tackle and Sporting Goods|MEE™Q °F "coijncTl
stock a full and complete assqrtnieiit of fishing taclae,''°V' hihrar'm'Wu\,s ^tgintfd city,
11 l.l.„lo nt   lli,.^    Iw,itl.-c   anmna   mania   .,olu   .-,.-,1...,    1 ...„l,..a.. I '   •'> ""
We have In
Everything you may want for adays outing on stream or lake
We handle all kinds of supplies for tennis, baseball, football, or any
other sport.   Flags, bunting and fireworks for the celebration. '
;. ni ni\A.n ,.   .....    ......    --—j    •-—v,.v...v-..» v.. .........,_,   vaavnau,
including all kinds of flies, hooks, .spoons, reels, nets, poles, baskets,
ts_. lUiwi-ni i---.ii mnv wnnt   liu* a nav'o mittr-ny r.t% afhaam <m> I<iI-*a
el(
POSTOFFICE   STORE.
hit, Confectionery, Tobacco
You can get anything in these lines that you
require from us. Our stock in each is always
kept fresh and well assorted. We handle the
best the market affords.   Prices are right.
0. SMITH,
>B
SLOCAN
PRINTING
f£   A FIRST-CLASS STOCK.   .   .   ^5
J^   HIGH GRADE WORK ~j»
S:    REASONABLE PRICES.    .    .   ^»
RILL
OFFICE
RL1NGTON HOTEL,
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
|i- popular hotel is eJtnvcnlcnt to the boats and trains.   Tho .lining room
illy uptodate while ll.el,ni' is supplied with t«Q befift Iff tlia Omtkct
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
> 4 TC CT .   Travelling men, using Sample Rooms, $2 50 per tl *y *
,4/CO :    w |t|„,m Sample Kooms.f.'-, board g | > r week*, mr: al.- 15 ■
enuine Clearing Sale
To clear out enttro stock of Ames-
Holden shoes ior men, we have reduced all lmes to 0D3t prioa xor onsli.
>.00 sltoes for        -        -        -        ||'59
'5,90 shoes £or        -        -        -        |g»I?
1.50 shoes fo*       - Jt>*4.^3
We have about a dozen men's tweed
suits is 39 and 40 breast measure, to
be sold at cost price to clear. Come
early and get first choice.
i)avid  Arnot, Slocan.
A Spring
Pointer
Nothing delights tho
eve more than 11 fine
fitting, up to date,
BtyliatD suit of clothes
A new selection of fine
Qrey & Black Worsteds
of the lutesi designs
just   been   received.
fi Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing
doue on tin* shortest notice.
All our work ls guaranteed,
or money refunded, \Veoan
meel any purse,
SH. A. CLEVE,
Main Street, Slocan, B.C.,
Sion*:   Next door to Postofflce.
row
-*-   JaniQ*
Olt3r.80HoltorI1iHtriH.t1.il l« AhU the Mill
Company if ihey Pnrpoie to Erect the
Remaining Portion of Their Plant—
Clly Iloni! Ilsl'iu't.
Bagular meeting of the city council
was held on Monday night, those
present being Mayor McNeish, Aid.
Smith, Teeter anil Henderson.
Communications rend: From Bureau of Provincial Information,Victoria,
asking for Informationre openings for
industrial enterprises in this locality,
Mich information to be forwarded to
the agent general'a office in London,
Eng.   Ordered filed.
Bills presented: KI. 0. General
Hospital, treatment of F. Anderson
last year,same having boen authorized
by council, $29. Ordered paid, city to
present bill to Anderson for refund.
Payroll for May, amounting to 876.-
(ifi, was ordered paid.
Interest oi* firs! civic note for three
months to June 21, $20, was ordered
paid.
A resolution was placed on the book
authorizing payment of balance of
creak contract, iu two equal amounts,
whon money ia available in the treasury, there being still $450 still due
to contractors.
Aid. Teeter inquired if anything
iind been heard as to the intention of
the mill company to proceed with the
erection of tiie balance of their plant.
The mayor said nothing had yet
been beard. He had talked with the
manager, Mr. St. Denis, who told him
the company hail not yet held their
annual meeting, owing to sickness
a mon 3 the members,
AU. Tee'..*.- b ilieved tha city should
use the saai • method with tha company that the latter had with them iu
regard t > the cr.*.*1; work. The company had uot hesitated to writs aoou.
the cre'lc work,and the city shou'd
sndeavor t > hasten thj company witq
their obligations. The city solieitoi
could write aad inform them th".* the
c*r'ek work hid been completed,
To tliis the Hnvo.' a creed.
Aid. Teat ir nrjved that the eitv solicitor write lh** companv, stating the
3resk work had bean finished, and
(skint? their intentions a; ti eiv;*timr
the balance of their plant. Bexmtled
by Aid. Henderson.   Carried.
Aid. Smith stated no auditor had
yet lieen appointed for the city for the
year. Were one appointed be could
keep Iiis work up without waiting till
the end of the year.
Th*   nuyor   reeoninieiided   H.   P.
Christie for the position, the council
registering their approval. Mr.Christiej
wns accordingly aopjint *d,at a salary
of $30.
Council adjourned.
Memorial Bervloei.
Theiuiuual memorial and decoration
sendees of the I.O.O.P. were held ou
Sunday afternoon and were witnessed
by practically all the citizens.   In the
service the Oddfellows Were joined by
llr* Rebeccas, the Orangemen and the
Miners'  Union,   th'   various   bodies
marching in profession to the cemetery. There the ceieuionies were short
but interesting, the main part being
the decoration  of ,I he graves of the]
departed ones.    Manv very hanflsdme
wreaths were used, with loose flowers,
in profusion.   It wns a pretty sight.
It I ti i- Club Sruro*.
On Saturday last the local club held i
their regular 'practice shoot, making
the following scores:
20.) BOO IK) l Total
b. McVannel    84   2S   22      sl
.1   McViear    2fv   25   16       65
I'.  Dick     36   20   IS        ;>
Dr. Cade    2.1   20   18      •">*■
.1. Pinchbeck     2li    U      6       48
Jos Law    20    f>    0     80
C. Lindow    17    7    B      29
J. Tipping    16    »>    0      21
tract of widening out the Ottawa wagon road and it is in good shape right
to the mine. The road from the main
road is \\ miles long and is on a moderate grade. Some financial assistance
was obtained from the government
towards its construction.
1 IIAPI.KMI ■ll'lllllai;.
Workmen Tnko Ont an   Attachment   on
the Property.
There was a strong likelihood last
week of tho affairs of the Chapleau
mire, Lemon creek, getting straightened out and the men returning to
work. Negotiations wore well advanced at Nelson with F. Stock, holder of
the lease, and he sent a representative
here to close the agreement with the
men. The latter asked that their new
wages lie guaranteed and that the
prolits from the mine be applied to
wiping aut the old indebtedness.
When cleared the mine would return
to the lessee.
On Saturday it looked as if the deal
were a go, but on Monday a change
came over the scene, and in the afternoon the men held a meeting and decided to place an attachment on the
property and least? to protect tbelr interests. Instructions were accordingly
•sent to K, \V. Mannington, of Nelson,
to issue the papers at once. Until tho
attachment is satistied there can be
nothing doing at the Chapleau.
*Ui:*.ll)ltl Al. II.IV IN NSW IIP NV Kit.
Kditob Drill:
Sir,- -And onco agaiu the friendly
aud social societies of New Denver
united under the auspices of the
Knights of Pythias to hold the annual
memorial services. Prompt on time
the Knights, Miners and Forresters
formed in procession and marched
down to th*; lakefront. where Wadds
Bros, registered their photographs.
Kefo.'iiiing.th-' march was again taken
up for Bosun Hull, where all lined up
and. witli mutual salute,stepped in
and took theii* place,. Tin-hill was
artistically decorated. A beautiful
wreath of snowballs and honeysuckles,
eiiib.'dl.'.l in llvln-J gr*.*.*:i,ovii.)i**.l
th:* centre. The platform and available points were loaded down with bouquets, iu all the loveliness and variety
of the llowers of the mountain and
garden and conservatory, while the
gallery was filled with bad' and blossoms, tlie youth and l-o.iuty of the
land.
Chancellor Commander 0. Garret!
assisted by his officers, aud the representatives of th* sister soci'.'tie*, conducted tha society ceremonies with
admirable tact and form. The memorial sermon was delivered by Rev. \V.
tl. Brown, from a bright and radiant
and lofty plane of thought, and he
scored high on the target. Aud then
came
"Showers of myrtle leaves
By soft winds fanned."
The* services were mingled with
choice selections of music by the
choir, and altogether a most pleasant
and memorable function was duly
closed in harmony and kindly spirit.
Onlooker
June 18th, 1904.
Now 11 no Titbit*.
A new timetable went into effect on
the local branch of the c.l'.R. on
Monday. The boat leaves here at 6.43
and 14 o'clock, returning at 18 and
19.89 o'clock. The bain will arrive
here at 18.10and denial al 14.16. Pas-
sengers to Nelson will be able lo trans-
net banking business and return next
dav. saving much time; traiu leaves
Nelson at 10.45.
Y. .1. Plniicane Mull Inl.
F. J, Finucaue, formerly manager
of the Bank of Montreal at New Den
ver, but now of Spokane, was married
n Bfooklyu hist week to Miss M. C.
Sweeny, daughter of the well known
millioiiiuiv.   It was a swell affair and
was blessed with the papal lienedic-
tion. The ni'.vly married couple have
gone lo Ireland on their honeymoon,
Ottawa no ni Kin inii <*ii.
M. MeAndivws has finislml his cou-
l.o.o.r. Grand onu*er«.
At the Rossland encampment of tin*
I.O.O.K. last week.the following giiind
lodge officers were appointed! (annul
mister, T. F. Neolands, \ ancouver;
deputy grand master, D. Mackenzie.
New Westminster; grand warden, F.
E. Simpson, Cranbrook; grand secretary, Preil Davey, Victoria; grand
treasurer, Thos. Embleton, Rossland;
grand representative,'H. B. Gilmour,
Vancouver. Next year the grand lodge
will meet at Ladysmith.
(iovcrninrnt lliinil Wovk.
Road Inspector Moore was here on
Thursday evening, inquiring into the
Deeds of the camp. He gave Neil
McMillan charge of the work clearing
out the Springer road, from the Ottawa branch to the basin, which will
permit wagons to go through to the
Arlington. lleo.Nichol was sent down
to superintend repairs to the Lemon
crock trail.
Silvor Qnotatlonia
Following are the quotations for bar
silver on the various days dining the
Week since last issue:        .
Thursdav ... .♦	
     65) cents
Friday	
    r>rr{   "
Saturday	
     555    «
Mondav 	
551   ••
Tuesda v	
ri.vi   "
 "s   „,
Wednesday	
     K>X
Anothur Niakiwji IIiuttiiIiir;.
Another drowning accident has occurred at Nakusp.   Bruce McLean, a
ship carpenter, employed In the CI'.
U. ship yard, slipped and fell into the
lake on Sunday nnd was lost, llis
home was  iu rUgwash, N.S.
Kiitnlll.*. ni   lin-ailmiil.
A fatality OOCUrrc 1 \\ lhe War Lagk
mine, Rossland. on Tuesday, F.Lyons
being tho victim. Ue w«s engaged
firing a round of holes, the fuse in one
going quicker than he anticipated and
an explosion followed before he could
get out of the wav. Lyons had his
skull crushed in by flying rock, dying
instantly. He came from Mayo, Ireland.
SITUATION AT TUli t.V. HOI.
Alli'Kiil I'nililN of lllg ltoKulnitA Mine Ilia
not I.xIhI .
A. J. McMillan, managing director
of tlie Le Roi mine, Rossland, tells
this of the situation at that mine:  -
"As a result of very careful inquiry
since arrival here on May 5, I can
state the large estimated profit returned by the Rossland ollice during recent months, and especially since last
December, apparently conld not have
existed. Faulty assaying and sampling at the mine,with shipments to the
smelter of a great deal of ore too poor
to yield profits, must be held account'
able. S. F. Punish has sent in resignation, which I accepted.
■•Concentration has b vn strongly
recommended by .lohn 11. Mackenzie
to treat low grade ore, as well as ship
ping high grade on* and concentrates
to the Northport smelter. I have secured the services of an expert from
Anaconda. He is now here for thi*
purpose of carrying on concentration
tests iu a mill we have leased near the
min:*. I nave had the question under
consideration for some time, and hope
to be able to decide the matter very
shortly.
"We are now getting about 160 tons
daily from the mine and sonic custom
ores, and are running four furnaces,
thus realizing upon 40,000 tons of ore
in the yards. . We are also carrying on
the development of the mine.
"Permanent smelting ou a large
scale requires large deliveries of coke
and custom  ore  for  flux.   These are
difficult to obtain regularly, but will
irive every cave and att.-utiou to this.
Great Northern railway has announced immediate construction of a railway
to Boundary district. This would
greatly benefit us.
"The company owed the Bank of
Montreal, Rossland, on April Hi), in
excess of assets quickly realizable,
about .$I.**)XK>:>. Independent of the
value of the mine and the Northport
smelter, the company has other assets
not immediately realizable, including
old dumps, which are largely in excess
of the above amount.
"The Northport smelter bottoms
sent to Tacoma, estimated by J. II.
Mackenzie at about 185,030, realized
$100,000.
'•Mackenzie stales thai (he mine is
looking well and in good condition.
with large ore bodv in sight, which
should yi ild go id profit by concentration, though i<h> poor to .pay to smelt.
There w also a considerable tonnage
of high grade ore. suited to smelting,
which can be easily and cheaply extracted when handling low grade ore."
CUt, LINUS.
Considerable snow fell in the hills
last week.
Local strawberries will beon the
market next week. ...
An a lie of the Eagles is to be organized in Sandon.
Next Tuesdav Bishop Dart will
consecrate St. Stephen's church, at
New Denver.
There is a renewal of the talk of a
zinc plant being erected at or near
New Denver.
■ Four properties are working around
Silverton. The Fisher Maiden is employing M'ven men.
Bom. At New Denver, on the 15th
inst.. the wife of George Aylwin, Ett*
t irpriso Landing, of a son.
An itinerant preacher of Socialism
held forth on Main street, Wednesday
lii^lit. to a fair sized crowd.
Slocan PlRirlri MoentOaf,
.1. Williams, W. H. Lawson and W,
H. Davidson, license commissioners
for tlie Slocan district, met at New
Denver on  Wednesday, when   the fol-
(owing licenses were granted for the
ensuing six months: J no. McKinnon,
Arlington BaStflj M.Antoya.Hosebery;
A. Jacobson and 11. Stege, New   Den
ver: .his. Bowes and D. Ilrandon, Sil-
veit in; Hugh Niveu, Three  Forks; A.
W. Ooodeuougha McQuigau; George
Aylwin, Enterprise Landing, Dt> McCuaig presented a petition for another
license at Three Forks,i| being sigtud
by 68 persons In all, including those
within the Hue' mile limit. It wns
shown that  the  population of Three
Forks was between 60 and 60 persons.
License   refused  because   there   were
not sullicient Inhabitants within the
limits.
Arlington Arrival'-.
Outof town visitors at the Arlington
hotel  during  the  week   were:    !;. .1.
Salisbury, Winnipeg) Fred Starkey,
Nia-on: tie i. II. Emits, Toronto; R.O.
Bimm, Vancouver.
OUR   ORE   SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL   BROWING   MAIlE   BY
THIS   DIVISION.
Laat Yi-ur'H siiivi.K-iitM Wmt mas t„hh—
A Ili'itlthy lCvlilciKc of tlm l.lfo and
AYoallli •iftlito Camp-Eiitcrpi!»<• tlto
UiRKVHl Sliippi'i'.
The only ore shipped from the division this week wiis a '20 ton lot from
the Enterprise, which was seut to the
Trail smelter. Ore has been coming
down freely during the week from the
Ottawa, due to the completion of the
wagon road. It will have a couple of
ears to go next week.with steady ship
molds in the future. The l'ort Hop.*
ore is at the wharf awaiting the arrival of the Alberta ore. which has been
held back by the auow, and both will
go forward together. To date shipments tolal 0S1 tons,
For 1908 the ore shipments from
the loeal division amounted to 1880
tons,  made  up  from 17 properties.
Following is a   full  list of  the ship
incuts (iiis year to date:
MINK. WRKK. TOTAL
Enterpriss      20 840
Ottawa  217
Neepawa  'ii>
Port Hone  13
Reptibllo  ••!:!
Black Prince  3»
Sapphire  -
Argentite  5
Pluck Tel  I
Chapleau  . ?■
20 C84
MINKS   AND   MINING.
The Rambler-Cariboo mill is in
operation,
Operations were resumed last week
at the Idaho concentrator.
Grant Cox is bringing down ore
every day from the Ottawa.
New Denver record ollice. has issued
.'517 miners' and nine companies' licenses.
Last week the Boundary mines had
an output of 12,009 tons, or 3(%816
tons to date-
Tin* Le Roi No. 2 oompany,of Rossland. has declared a dividend of one
shilling a share.
Messrs. Jackson and Kerr, Sandon,
went out on Monday do work on their
Lemon creek claims.
The new crosscut ou the Kambler-
Oaiihoo will give 1400 feet depth on
Jhe vein from the apex.
Shannon Bros, and A. McGillivrav
are developing the BdiSbn group; adjoining the Neepawa, Ten Mile.
Chas. Barber and Wei. Hicks went
up to New Denver Mouday. to do assessment on the Man Durham claim.
More men have been added tothe
force at the Mountain Con. The new
raise gives the lessees 100  feet of ore.
H. Brigstoeks came in from Nelsou
Wednesday and went up Lemon creek
with A. R Bolderston, to examine the
Legal.
W. E. Zwicky. manager, Is calling
for tenders for driving a crosscut tunnel lOOQoi'2000 feet on the Rambler-
l -aii boo.
Preliminary runs of the Rossland
Power Co.'s new 200 ton concentrator
show the machinery to lx* in satisfactory condition.
Al Teeter. Joe Purviance and two
other men went up to the Fourth of
July trroup on Tuesday, imd will do
considerable work.
The Trail snn-lter people have Ixind-
iil the Star claim, on Forty-Nine
creek, for 125,000; Its ore makes r
most desirable llux.
Construction work on lhe WoseU-rv
/ine plant, will commence next month.
C Fernau, consulting engineer, is oh
hi* way out from England.
The crosscut on th • Myrtle was in
400 foet on Saturday night, leaving 46
feet to go to strike the [edge. A start
has lxrn made ou the upraise to the
shaft.
('has. Sweeny slates his companv
will establish a smelter at Mary a ville,
capable of handling the entire output
of nil the silver-lead mines iu List
Kootenay,
The Monitor people assert their tine
works at Ifosebery will Im* started next
month. J. C. Fernau. the consulting
engineer, ha? rented a residence in
New Denver,
A new strike of ore has been made
\>u the S'Htfoot level of tlie Kninbler-
Ctuibod. lt is from'i to 80 inches of
solid mineral, running 170 oz in silver
nnd 71 per cent lead,
Owing to the depth of snow, Win.
Thomlinson was forced to abandon hi*
attempt to penetrate into tbenortk
fork of Kettle rive:- country, lo open
up some olaims, Cd Hittle wns along
with him. Thev will try it Rgail
About llu. Lit. ■„aiV   aia"
■ !
I
tie Caught His Train,
Thanks to the Landlord
CONTENTMENT.
A SOUTHERN Missouri exehnnge
tells of a traveling man who
stopped one night in a hotel In
a smnll Ozark county town nnil loft
word with the host to he culled at 3:30
o'clock so that he might catch ti train.
In order to nccede to the guest's request, tho landlord had to remain up
nil night, as he hnd no clerk nnd no
nlnrui clock. He found It hard to keep
awake, nnd when :J:30 o'clock finally
did come he wns In a surly frame of
mind. Knocking on thc guest's door,
he said: "Git up. It's 3:30." In a
sleepy tone or voice the guest replied:
"Oh, I guess I'll let that train go
and sleep until 7 o'clock." ''Well, I
guess not," snid the landlord. "I've
stayed up all night to git you up nnd
you're goln' to git up." The guest
caught the early train.- Kansas City
Star.
What She Wanted.
"Mamma wants the part of the paper
that tells about the terrific slaughter."
"Tell her I'm reading tho war newa
now, but ln a minute she can have"—
"She snld the terrific slaughter in
spring bonnets nt Makin & Selleiu's."--
Chicago Tribune.
Woes af Brother Willlamr*.
"Ever henr tell 'bout Br'er Williams
tryln' ter foller de Mormons?" asked
Brother Dickey.
"No; never."
"Well, he married one wife in Texas, n'cr one ln Alabama, n'er one iu
Georgy en two in Tennessee."
"And how did he come out of it?"
"Lenime see, now," said Brother
Dickey — "one wooden log (ho got dat
a-runnin' fum he fust one), ono bald
head (de secon' one give him dat), den
a deefness In bofc vers come on him,
en de rattlin' er de brain, en do fcrgit-
fulness er de grocery en de gns bill, en
de bankrupted net, en de ketch me ef
you kin feelin' dat made him tako ter
de woods en stay dar twel dey pined
away en lef* word fer him tor meet
•em in de nex' worl'."
"And whnt does he think of thnt?"
"Well," replied Brother Dickey, "he
say he nln't gwlne dar in n hurry, en,
what's mo', he ain't gwine under his
right mime."—Atlanta Constitution.
Not So Bad.
"It's a wonder thnt Hnrdup haa a
hair on his bond. He wns tolling mc
today thnt he wears a hat all the time
tic Is at work."
"Well, I don't blame blm."
"But, man alive, don't you know lt ls
Tery unhealthful to do that? It kills
tbe bulbs of the hair and causes baldness."
"Perhaps, but Hnrdup Is a street car
conductor."—Cincinnati Times-Star.
George's Anairer.
tin. Custis—Toll mo before I ranrry
you whether you have uuy incumbrances.
George Washington-Well, I'm the
fnther of my country. — Llppineott's
Magazine.
A Tall Order.
Mrs. Mlggs -Oh, George, dour, I feel
so faint! Leate me, leave uie! I shall
feel better alone.
The Difference.
One—Are you certain that you love
tho girl? Tuther-Coitaln? Why, I
can't sleep nights for thinking nliout
ber. One—That's odd. I get the samo
effect from my tailor's hills.—Judge.
Old   I.ihIImt   llnltl, ...
Leather bottles, or blackjacks, wore
common in Europe two centuries ago.
The bottles were oflen mado of ono
skin doubled up nnd closely Btltcbcd
together, leaving nn aperture for the
neck. The thick piece between wns inserted for the slip, lt was meant to bo
slung nt the bnt 1;, n leather .thong passed through two loops placed oh either
side of the neck, and It was sufficiently
flat at the base to stnnd when put
down. The stopper was mode of wood,
born or old leather. A good ileal of
care was required In the preparation
of the leather, which bad to ba ollod
and worked with hammers to make ii
supple and then washed with n lyo sa
that all the Impurity was entirely re
moved, leaving tbe leather clean nn I
dry. No moisture or air had any effect
on lt. Blackjacks wore, in fact, flagons
made In various sizes, They were
sometimes pitched Inside.
It may be genius—I don't know-
But I nm not UUo other men;
I have no wild desire to go
Through swamp und brake, o'er moot
and fen.
To git half burled ln cold muck,
in order, aided by kooU luck,
To blaze uway and miss a duck,
Or, may be, wound one now and then.
It may be genius—I'll not .say—
But I from others stand apart;
I have no deep desire today
To hurry from tho busy mart;
I'm not ut all spring feverish,
1 harbor no consuming wish
To sneak away some whero and flsh;
Contentment lingers In  my heart.
It may bo genius—I know not—
I stand apart from all mankind;
Though    houses    must   be   cleaned,    no
thought
Of rugless floors disturbs my mind.
A radiant maiden looks at me
And often sighs bewitchlngly
While I dictate.   I'm glad to be
Compelled to linger hero and grind.
—Chicago Hccord-Hcrald.
Spoiled  Uor Visit.
"Are you going a Way?'1 asked the
prattling child of his maternal grandmother.
"Yes, Claude," answered the maternal grandmother, "and it spoils my visit to have to go homo so soon; but,
yon see, your grandpa is"—
"Pupa said it spoiled your visit for
you to come," interrupted the prattling
child.
Thc Inquisitive Child.
"Papa," said the little boy who hnd
boon taken to the country for the lirst
♦ mo, "If I throw stones into the trees
what will the birds do?"
"Thoy will fly."
"Then what will the fly do?"
This questioning was carried on well
into tbe evening. At last the little boy
was mado ready for bod, although ho
continued to nsk questions, Finally the
father said:
"Now, go to sleep. I'll talk to you in
the morn ing."
"What would the horse do if I jumped on liiinV"
"I'll tnlk to you In the morning, son."
"What would the cow do If I gave
hor an apple?"
"I'll talk to yon in the morning."
This was repeated for a long time.
Thou the boy murmured:
"Papa."
"Well?"
"When you talk to me In the morning, whnt will you sny?"—Chicago Tribune. 	
He Wn» Forgiven.
Gladys—In that waltz yon stepped
on my foot nnd never noticed It.
Clarence—Bow could I notice a little thing liko that?
TnKO.
Ily. wily,
Moving slyly,
That Is how you go-go,
Most fluslvo
And explosive.
Shifty, nifty Togo!
Reckless, plucky.
Brave nnd lucky,
Russia's bogy-ho-go.
Where the sailor
Waxes paler
At tho mi mo of Togo.
Would Ihey meet you
And defeat you?
They have found It no go.
You are small, but
Tbey have ull but
Cleared tho sens for Togo.
Bang!  BUT!  Thunder!
Stand from under—
Thero the Russians go-go,
Warships llyskl
To the skyski!
What's the matter?   Togo.
■—Wallace Irwin In New York Globe.
Overreached   Himself.
"Yes, Merchant's scheme wns to display his goods In his window with a
lot of mirrors back of them, so thnt all
the women passing would be sure to
stop and look in."
"Poxy Idea, eh?"
"Ves, but lt didn't pan out. None
of tho women looked nt anything but
the mirrors." — Philadelphia Public
Lodger.      ,
The Two  Systems,
"A mnn chooses his hat by tho size,"
snys tho teacber, who Is trying to Instruct (ho class In tho matter of urtls-
tlc effect. "Now, how does n woman
select her but? What standard does
■bo adopt?"
"Tho price, mum," answers tho Utile
girl In the front se-t
Paul Revere, According io
The Norsk Nightingale
LIST10N, Christina, and yu skol hear
Bout midnight ride of Paul Revere.
Seventeen hundred seventy-live,
Hardly u geezer ban now alive
Who live har ven Paul ban wolunteer.
Some British fallers ban getting gay,
So Paul yust giving his horse some hay
And say,  "Ay  skol  mak  a grand  stand
play!"
Den he tai  Yohn  Brenk—Yohn ban hie
frend
Who borrow vencver Paul skol lend—
"Yohn, yust go up har In old church tower
And yust so sunt* sum yu lind out hour
British Bkol march give me good yal,
And Ay skull hustle-and ride lak hall"
So op In the church go old Yohn Brenk—
It ban Urst time ln his life, Ay tenk,
Antl von dose English get busy he yal
And vavo bis lantern- to his glide pal
Maester Paul Revere", who yuinp on mare
And off for Lexington ho skol tear!
"Ye whiz!" he say.    "After dls Ay gufse
Ay skol getting my picture In Success.
Dey skol tenk Ay'm smart old son ot ■
gun
Ven Ay gallop Into Lexington!"
Val, he mak dis ride, yu bet yure life,
And fellers grab gun and drum and life
And march to scrap vlth deso British men.
Maester Paul ban yolly brave hero den.
And back ln the church tower old Yohn
Brenk
Climb from his porch and tak gude drenkl
Val, dis ban all, Christina, dear.
Bout midnight ride of I'aul Revere.
—Milwaukee Sentinel.
Contrary Womr*.
"I can't understand her at all."
'Is she peculiar?"
"Yes. Sbe snys tho more she thinks
of me the loss sho thinks of mo."
An Opportunist.
The bride nnd bridegroom snt side by
side. "Denrest!" be said, looking up
into her eyes, for he wns the sninller,
bo thnt he renlly nnd truly looked up
and into hor eyes. "Yes, love," she responded In soft, frightened mouse
tones. "If I had known thnt tunnel
was thnt long I would hnve kissed
you." "Didn't you kiss me?" she asked with much surprise. "No," be replied.    "Well, somebody did."
Jnst Like a Novel.
"Did Charley cnll on you today,
papa?"
"Yes, ho did, and I kicked hlin out
of the oflleo."
"Oh,  papa!    Uow  romantic!"—New
York American.
A Little Story In Sis Chapters.
*   [By nn observer.]
a nine glance,
A little ilniiec,
And this is chapter one.
A little kiss.
A little bliss,
And chapter two Is dono.
A little hand,
A little blind,
Ah. this Is chapter three! I
A little priest,
A littlo h-nst,
This Chapter lour must be. .,
A little row,
A little vow, I
How chapter five's o'ercastl
A little lilt,
A little "writ."
And chapter six Is Inst.
-Susie M. Best. In Llppineott's Mujraslne.
TtirUUli Booksellers.
A writer who spent much of his early lifo In Turkey observed that Turk**
i Isb books nnd booksellers wero nmong
tho curious features of tho country.
I "The Turkish bookseller," ho snld, "has
a soul nbove trade.   Ile rarely or nev-
i cr attempts to push his wares and
treasures some of his moro valuable
books so greatly that ho enn hardly be
induced to sell them, although they
form part of his stock ln trade, Mnny
of the books displayed by the bookseller nre ln manuscript, which the
old fashioned Turks ostoom moro high,
ly than print." The Koran ho may
not sell. Ho gives It nwny In return
for a present of Its valuo In money.
A TIME SAVER FOR COMPOSITORS.
THE ROUSE JOB STICK
Instantly and
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to nonpareil or
pica measure.
Note the brace
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•25 cents extrai
For sale by TORONTO TYPE FOUNDRY CO., limited, WINNIPEG, CANADA,
HEALTH FOR GIRLS
Dr.   WllllamV   rink   I'illa    Mako   Htrnnc
11 .nil lay IdiHy-Clirokod Lushoh. i
"I was ii Hacked with appendicitis," snys Miss Fabiola Grani-
niont, daughter of Mr. Charles (Irum-
iiinnt, a prosperous fanner of Cham-
plain, Quo., "nnd while tho doctor
who attended mo cured mo of tho
troublo, it loft behind nfter effects
Irom which it seemed almost Impossible to recover. 1 grow weak and
vory pale; my appetite was poor; I
Buffered at times from sevore headaches; and the least exertion left mo
completely worn out. I tried sov- ,
oral remedies, but instead of getting
bettor 1 was gradually growing
worse. Any work about tho houso
loft mo weak and dispirited, and I
felt almost liko giving up. At this
timo a friend who had used Dr.
Williams' I'ink l'ills with much bon-
I'fit strongly urged me to givo thorn
a trial. 1 got a box, and fts I did
not feel any bettor when I had used
them, I would havo given them up '
but for the fact that my friend urged
that one box was not a fair trial. I
then decided to continue the use of
the pills, and by tho timo I hnd taken three boxes I found my condition
was improving. I used eight boxes
in all, nnd by the time I had taken
them all my old time health had relumed. My appetite had improved,
1 had gained in weight nnd the glow
of healtn had returned to my face. I
cannot too strongly recommend Dr.
Williams' Tink l'ills to all pnlo and
weak girls."
(lood blood is nn nhsoluto necessity, nnd tho only way to hnve a constant supply of rich, red health-giving blood Is to take Dr. Williams'
I'ink l'ills. Every dose helps to mnke
new blood, and to drive from the
system such trou'olcs as nnncmi.a,
languldness, neuralgia, dyspepsia,
rheumatism, etc. You can get these
pills from any medicine dealer, or
by mail gt. 50 cents a box, or six
boxes for $2.61), by writing the Dr.
Williams Medicino Co., Brockvillo,
(int.
STRIKING A BARGAIN.
A Cnn<> Where More Money Did ttot
Cat Mnali of n Klitnri*.
"Several years ago there was a boom
In certain lands In Florida because of
rich phosphate deposits," said a south-
orn uian. "A speculator asked one of
thoso simple Florida folic what would
bo the lowest price ho would take for
some land which before the boom be
had been unable to sell for 9000. The
owner really didn't know. The speculator agreed to deposit In bank !?lii,(ioi>
to the owner's credit for the land. Itut
this amount of money In bank didn't
nieiin very much to the native.
"lie snld be wanted n farm of sixty
acres with n house on It, the whole to
cost n few hundred.
•■ 'What else?' asked tbe speculator.
" 'Can 1 have u horse and saddle und
bridle?"
"'Certainly.'
"'And a rifle?1
"'Ves.'
"'And somo provisions?'
" 'Yes.'
"The eyes of the unlive began to
bulge. There wns n pause.
"'What ol.se do you want?* asked the
speculator,
" 'Ob, give me $50 tor the old woman
to buy tblngs for herself nud chilli ren' -
"lie then started lo walk nway.
" 'What else'.-' nsked tlio speculator.
" is tbere more yet';'       »
" 'Yes.'
"'Well, givo mc ii plug of tobacco
nnd set mo down where tho fish will
bite nil day, and you can h;ive (lie
rest.' "-
Decline  «>' the Gri fl,i r        I
"There never w„s i, ,„„„,,,;  *J
were more lacking |„ mn„^M
dancing   master.   "A   [_j_J§
days," be added, "crowds bordwl
room or ballroom with n
ber of 'uudeslrnl
,    ■■•■lie ni
"lilt   Is   few
with no pretense to whnt |8 y__
called a stylish manner. TbebotS
not to blame; clrciiiiistunW! nla_a
her to invito these people, hut J™
time n hostess pnld us muelintJI
to bor guests' Occoin|ilIslii,;iM,ua
port incut ns to their character m
inviting theni to her houso,
"At n private dnnco how seld
sees a xlrl make a graceful cniirtmi
her partner:   Usually hIicdoognji
tban  nod in a  way  Unit looks |S
ingly familiar, As for tho men-
ii quarter of a century ngo one •
more mnsculiiio grace nt n virttfl
shop assistants' 'ciuilerelln' tlingj
best bred men are capable o( __t
llut, nfter the example of tlieg_^
who can wonder at It?"
POE AND   POVERTY.
Men who go  in  law  are sure to get
satisfaction—if thev aro lawyersi
Dr. Jiilinanii'ii   Woolnff.
Dr. Samuel Johnson mnrrled a Mrs
Torter of llirmiiighuin. 'Mint lady's
daughter thus described the doctor's
, I
wooing: "His .•ippi'.irnnce was very
forbidding, lie \\.:s then lean and
Innk, so that his immense structure
of bones was hideously striking to tbe
eye, nnd the scars of tbe scrofula wero
deeply visible, lie also wore Iiis hair,
which was Straight and stt'l. and sepn
rated behind, und he often had, seemingly, convulsive starts und oild ges
ticuiiiiions, which tended to c\>>te ut
once surprise uml ridicule. Mrs. Porter wns so much engaged by Ids conversation that she overlooked nil those
external disadvantages nnd said to-bet
daughter, "This is the most sensible
mnu tbnt 1 ever saw in my life.-"
Mrs. Porter, who wus twice Johnson's
ngo. wiis not easily won, I'rged by
her learned lover to my why sin* s;;r,
refused him, she Bald an uncle of
hers had boon hung nnd sho did not
wish to bring disgrace on him. "Is
that nil?" said Johnson, "Why, though
1 have never hud an uncle hung, I huvo
two or three uncles who deserve it. So
let's got married and say no more
about that."
A Mechnnlrul Ainaaarr.
Magistrate—And what did the prisoner say when you told hlin lhat you
would have hlm arrested? Complain*
nnt—He answered mechanically, your
honor. Magistrate — Explain. Complainant—He hit me on the head with
o linnuner.	
The value of Ihe crops grown in
New South Wales for the year ended
on March .'list  last  was C8,500,000,
The root Wim r.oi-ii to Heed nnd I.rft
it  n*.  n   l.i'Kai'v.
According to Chnrles Marshall
Graves, writing In tbo Century, the
poet Too was two years old when Iiis
mother, a gifted actress, wns living in
Richmond In tho direst want.
Mrs. Poo's last Stage appearance was
ln the Richmond theater in October,
1811. The theater burned on Dec, u'i".,
nnd seventy-eight people perlsbod wltb
lt. Poo's father hud died In lin* spring,
nnd Mrs. Poo nnd tho bnby poet nnd
his younger sister went to live on Main
street,   in   Hit*   Bird   In   Hand   region,
iu n tenement cellar perpetually wet
by the BboCkOO creek, which then Unwed through tho middle of the street
Here the wretched woman contracted
pneumonia and died. And from the
cellar the future poet, described ns a
"baby skeleton," wus rescued by Mr.
Allan.
Sixty yours and moro later Rosalie
Poo, the poet's younger sister, appeared on Richmond streets In poverty as
bitter ns her mother's hud been to get
a few coins by selling photographs of
her brother.
'The man who wns perhaps America's
greatest poet nnd certainly one of tbe
few poets who have vitally Influenced
tbe liternry an both In prose nud verse
was born Into tl u must wretched poverty and left iiciii ;is keen beblud blm.
To be sure, you are growing
old. But why let everybody
see it, in your gray hair?
Keep your hair dark and rich
and postpone age. If you will
Hair Vigor
only use Ayer's Hair Vigor,
your gray hair will soon have
all the deep, rich color of
youth.  Sold for 60 years.
■* I »m now ovat 60 ?nn olit, anil I Imv*
a third, |loaa» Hiatal vf ImiK llulr M. hlm
wonditr in tv.ty or* mho •«•• It. Ami nut *
fnr Salt In It, nil duo to Aj-ir't tlalr VlK.ir."
Mm. II. It. BOUTH, UocldA, Minn.
fl.M a fcotil*. 1. o. ayri: CO.,
All Urtjjuu. fri_ i..,n.,n,   Mu,
All(lt»Ml»U.. ff\— ' __!__   _*"
White Hair
Forgot  III*  (Man  ToiiKiu*.
A traveler in arctic Siberia, Mr. Van*
dcrllp, n gold buiiler, told the following of his return to civilisation: "I
found thut half a dozen of 'ho olliecrs
and men of the stoaino,* wblcb my employers had sent foi ine hml come to
hunt mc up. Thc captain dismounted,
nnd I irii'd to nddress hiin In Russian,
but lie said. 'You forget that I spent!
Eingllsb.' Now, It may seem scarcely
credible, and yet it is truo, that for a
few .moments I was totally unable to
converse wltb blm in my native tongue.
I had not used n word of it In ennver-
lotion for months, and my low physical condition acting on my nerves confused my mind, and l spoke a Jumble
of English, Rnssinn nnd Knrnk. it
was n week beforo I could talk good.
straight English again."
Ill, aal    to   MOTS   •'!    II11 Wain.
Aii Aiiierienii wished to move from
the Hotel Europe, the principal hotel
iu St. Petersburg, to u smaller hotel
uround tbe corner. Ho canio down
wlili his bag packed ready to go. ''Sorry," an id tlio manager, "but you cannot leave this hotel or register nt .another hotel until we get your passport
from the police, and thut will take a
day and n night. Vou must gn through
exactly the Kunie proceilure ns If VOU
wore leaving tho country."—World's
Work.	
Rcoreatlan in nIkIii.
Josey—• Pn, I want to go somewhere.
Pa—Joey, In ton yeurs tin* Panama
ennui will be done; thon you cun buy
Jekots and take your mu nnd me down
Micro to see it.   Minneapolis Journal,
A  Stirring Flnlsli.
Tourist--And did Iho musical genius
burn nn this ranch finish bis education
In Europo?
Borax Dob  No; right hero In Arl*
zony, lie tried to convince some o'
tlio boys that rngtime wnru't good
music, an' Ihey buried him an' his
planner together.- Judge,
A i.liiilNiiiiie Anecdote,
The sarcastic cheer is very com
nnd   I   recall   one   fatal  esnmpicl
Its use.   Mr. Gladstone w;is ■■ .a^S
ing very remarkable ei.\.'  . •,*:*1B
some figures—nn art in wlih-ii Ik^
nn nnnpproaehed muster,   a
on the otlier side laughed mitalS
hear;"  ironically.    Gladstone staf
Instantly nnd turned nntl limited il
interest nt tlie Interrupter, wbo is
edly would nt that i..     ■ ..i La,,.;■*
a good deal to recall his wnnk ~*
ho tu mod bnck to the speaker, ",*J|
he   f.nid,   "the   honorable gen
laughs."   For  a   minute or two I
quoted from memory n long strinjl
figures proving the accuracy wf
he   bad   previously   sai.l.    "The I
time the honorable member laagt
lie   continued   In   honeyed tone* I
would advise blm- I would vent^fc
counsel blm—to ornament liislau^J
decorate   lt —with   an  Idea."
Jntmnear Proiiunitnlloa.
A like ii In fnther, e like i-ltiM
like 1 In pin; o liko o In puny; u I
In book; oi as In aisle; el as Invfl
nu and o ns o in bone; nu as oil
moon.   I ln the middle of a word^
u in tlie middle or at the end of ai
nro sometimes almost Inaudible.
The consonants are all *>*_}
In  English; g, however, lias ontrj
hard sound, nR in "give." altboqfl
nasal ng is often beard; cb nniii
always soft, ns In "check" andl
nnd /. before u bus tbe MUndjl
In tlio ense of double consonanln
one must be given its full wiuni
There are ns many ByllableMl|
els.   Thore ls practically no neoMt]
P.e sure to avoid the flat MM*!
which is always pronounced *t
Handbook or Modern Japan," q
nest W. Clements.
Banding n Dome,      .
In building n  house .very Isjsl
brick Is termed n "course."  U^*
to place In the walls upright Mill
'/.ontal   damp   proof   courses.   ^*~
ought  to  bo composed of t**L
stnr.ee that water cannol PeM_™%
this way the walls are mapped*
to squares, and the occidental *M
of any one square ennnot alfw'
others.    Dufortnnntely, rome m
study economy unduly, nnd hvm
proof courses net a** ■ ITectiWj
lavcr of wet sen saial.   Tlios.'^
tend having a house built **_
gard the genuineness ol "'•""'•'
adopted to prevent dump as of t»|
first Importance.
Droivli.fr tin- in- '"■*- °*\_
The Chliu-se huve ii ""•i""\'°riJ
of trying lo cure n sick M:l"' ' ,||rJ|
of tlie patient obtains :i   mifin  •■*-■
Willi n   few   leaves uml 1,vlf*s    J
end.    On  this   ho  ba■•- V'iSl
polished steel, ami  .... i-r *■■■■• «*J
ii„. sick man's cents.   JJ-Jf
for n short walk, a priest 10 ««
lime   perform ing   a   """""'■„„
cut. being carried In tbls W.«
posed to-drow tho disease trow
fore r.         —
Dm. «ore. In SjJ**-
Pntcnt medicines ■■-»        -
tlio apothecary slaps nf »w™ .«
government limits the iiuiiiwf .„!
..hops, und there are onV *     ^
whole country. Stockholm, awm
ulntlon of 300,000, lin..!';*"''"''      P
two. _         ——"
it..,(i„*r rcMin.."*'*';, fgm
"This isn lough old vv-jj^di
ed the anvil In the bloi,..      .,
-I pet. nothing hul linnl M"*
ln,,;:*" .. rpinln(Hl«lieWlL»
''Itighl you arc    "'i"1'    (jfliWP
"I'm always hui'.l l'|V;*M*
wind."	
Ti.o noTtT^s rxSf^M
Prlciifl  l,uis>'»l,oHt,'1"d0ct<if'i
heller, old  man.    Dors IHO
peet VOU iO be ('lit soon'' ,|,(|
Invalid- Well. It '"'i'^l
soon to be out tlie i ■■■» °'
lie sent it in today.   I2NCU0II* _r^»
Corporation of the
City of Slocan.
to the Drill—Slocan, B. C.
NAME
."Block      Lot
■i tin1
oftl
ll'l.I
I**'
toie
City
lih.'iii"
Sail© of Lands For Taxes.
»o warrant, given in pursuance ol a By-Law No. 28, of the Cor*
ruvolSlooan, rielns '-The Amended Slooan Haul Estate Tax Sale
"'.    li,.,-tlu* hand of Thomas McNeish. Esquire, the Mayor ol tbe
1      i.i .,i tlm 7th <1hv of .lime, A.D. 1904, to me directed, 1 shall
',"■"'. nu'lilif aucti'iii, in tlio Council Chambers, at the City Hall, in
r Slocan on the 25th day of July, 1Q04,at ll o'clock in the forenoon
laments and i«*:xl property mentioned and set ont In tlm following
''J.'aVhv the signature nf the Mayor and the Seal of the said Corpora-
;'  arrears of taxes and coiti ara sooner paid.
he
•cl! «nd Improvements and k-.'*! Property within the limits of the
*■'' iti,.' ciiv ul Slocan upon which raxes are due and remaining unpaid
'ffdsl of June! A.1). 19041
NAME
(.Ivviiith. C.  H	
, Ii.t.  Frank	
Lli, Samuel 	
fher -.'rank 	
king Arthur E. (15 ft>
S.'jnHa M. (N *)..
[villi* & Robertson, N'/j
Ihers, Alexander 	
ibell-Jobnaton, R. C..
122 feet)
bhell- Johnson, H. C...
f22 ft-et)
|l!»*r. Krank  	
fins, A. B	
Iher, Krank  	
TpranclB B	
|her, Frank 	
i*. A. K	
Iher, Frank  	
ly. Stella   	
fin;,.in, J. T—
Iher. Krank   ., ■
te   Thomas   I<ce.
Bier, Frank 	
AUv Mary.
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Block
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D
D
D
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B
B
B
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B
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B
B
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1
1
1
l
1
Lol
3
10
1
2
3
5
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
I
6
6
8
11
12
8
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
9
10
10
10
10
10
10
13
16
17
18
19
20
o
1
2
2
2
4
2
5
2
C
2
7
2
9
2
10
2
14
2
15
o
16
2
18
2
19
2
20
3
1
3
0
3
3
3
4
3
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3
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3
7
3
8
3
9
3
10
3
16
3
17
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18
4
2
4
3
4
4
4
5
4
6
4
7
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8
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9
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6
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6
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Amount  nt ua.", f<>r wlllc
ihr property It ii.ihie io I*
■old
Ti,...;      i Iiht-"-! data
3
4
Ti
8
9
11
12
13
14
18
17
18
19
20
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2
0
7
8
12
13
113.93
i7.r,r,
12.95
10.30
12.25
17.70
4.16
4.29
4.28
4.29
4.28
4.29
6.66
4.04
2.16
3.14
2.93
3.62
4.45
5.15
5.84
7.80
3.55
7.80
8.75
15.50
5.00
1.00
6.40
6.40
6.40
6.40
6.40
10.95
10.30
6.40
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1.81
1.81
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1.91
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1.74
1.74
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1.58
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1.61
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1.56
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1.57
1.84
1.84
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13.57
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17.55
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
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9.35
9.35
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0.85
5.85
5.85
5.85
9.50
7.45
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7.45
9.75
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5.80
5.80
0.85
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14.62
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7.80
7.87
7.94
3.12
1.17
4.98
3.07
16.85
12.24
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7.45
7.40
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12.25
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7.10
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3.55
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3.90
3.90
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3.90
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5.50
3.76
3.76
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3.55
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1.42
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5.50
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3.76
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2.30
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1.95
1.95
1.70
1.60
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1.70
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1.93
1.93
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1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
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1.70
1.70
1.70
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
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1.74
1.74
1.84
1.83
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.84
1.74
1.74
1.67
1.74
1.69
1.64
1.58
1.83
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
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1.61
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1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.84
1.95
1.83
1.91
1.91
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7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
12.03
9.75
6.94
9.75
12.80
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
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22.25
10.16
10.22
10.30
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2.80
7.06
4.86
20.10
15.04
15.01
9.75
9.75
9.75
9.75
9.75
9.75
15.01
15.01
9.35
9.35
9.35
12.30
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
12.30
10.15
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.95
5.04
5.64
5.04
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.84
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.84
7.99
7.59
5.67
5.67
5.67
5.67
7.99
5.84
5.84
4.25
5.84
4.76
3.66
2.53
7.59
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
5.44
7.59
3.18
2.31
2.67
4.12
4.12
5.44
7.99
6.24
2,31
2.41
3.10
4.89
4.96
7.59
7.59
7.59
7.59
7.59
7.59
8.38
5.84
5.84
5.84
5.67
5.67
5.67
4.25
12.30
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
7.99
10.15
7.59
9.35
9.35
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Wallace,  Andrew
Fletcher, Frank ...
Provost, Frank....
Provost, Frank....
Fletcher, Frank ...
Riley, R. T	
Riley. R. T	
Fletcher, Krank	
Danagh, Annie A Darnelly
Clara  	
Hodgins, Arthur E...—
••"letcher, Frank 	
Hodgins, Arthur B.
Hodglna, Arthur B.
Flatcher, Frank ...
.-Jrett, Ada Harriet,
'irttt, Ada Harriet..
Fletcher, Frank ....
Fletcher, Prank
23
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23
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23
24
24
24
24
24
24
24
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25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
25
26
25
25
25
25
25
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
26
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
27
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
28
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
29
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29
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29
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18
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12
13
14
15
16
17
1
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4
6
8
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13
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16
17
18
19
20
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6
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19
20
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3
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6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
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17
18
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
19
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
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10
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.34
7J0
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C.85
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5.85
.30
-6.85
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7.50
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5.00
.15
7.10
.34
7.10
.34
7.10
.34
7.10
,34
7.10
.34
11.55
.61
6.76
.31
6.76
.31
6.75
.31
6.76
.31
6.75
.31
9.05
.43
8.70
.40
5.15
.24
5.15
.24
5.15
.24
5.15
.24
5.15
.24
5.15
.24
5.81
.28
5.15
.24
10.65
5.15
5.15
5.15
5.15
5.15
5.15
8.35
7.10
6.15
5.15
5.15
5.15
5.15
9.05
9.05
5.15
5.15
6.15
5.15
5.15
6.16
7.IQ
5.85
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
7.45
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
5.85
4.88
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
3.90
5.85
7.84
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.76
3.78
3.76
3.76
3.76
4.52
3.90
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
3.12
4.04
.78
.78
1.35
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
2.70
1.70
3.55
3.20
2.42
1.62
l.«2
1.62
2.12
2.12
3.12
3.12
4.04
3.20
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.61
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.67
2.06
181
1.36
1.35
1.85
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
3.13
3.41
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
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.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
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.24
.24
.24
.24
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.24
.24
.24
.24
.24
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.20
.20
.20
.20
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.20
.20
.20
.20
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.20
.20
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.18
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.18
.18
.18
.16
.22
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.16
.16
.16
.16
.16
.16
.16
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.05
.05
.06
.12
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.12
.12
.12
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.06
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1.91
9.86
1.84
7.99
1.84
7.99
1.84
7.99
1.92
9.64
1.79
6.94
1.91
9.86
1.91
9.35
1.91
9.35
1.91
9.35
1.91
9.35
2.14
14.20
1.89
8.96
1.89
8.96
1.89
8.95
1.89
8.96
1.89
8.95
2.01
11.49
1.99
11.09
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.80
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.80
1.81
7.20
1.81
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1.84
7.93
1.81
7.20
2.09
18.24
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
7.20
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.97
1.91
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
2.01
2.01
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.91
1.84
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.93
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.84
1.79
174
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.84
1.93
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.73
1.77
1.74
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.70
1.75
1.58
1.58
1.61
1.68
1.68
1.68
1.68
1.68
1.68
1.72
1.70
1.66
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.66
1.65
170
1.70
1.75
1.70
1.62
1.63
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
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1.62
1.64
1.63
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.70
1.72
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
164
7.20
7.20
7:20 *
10.70
9.36
7.80
7.20
7.80
7.20
7.80
11.60
11.60
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
7.20
9.35
7.99
8.84
6.84
5.84
5.84
6.84
5.84
9.76
5.84
6.84
5.84
5.84
6.84
6.84
6.84
7.99
9.92
6.84
5.84
5.84
6.84
6.84
5.84
6.84
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9.80
6.67
6.67
5.67
6.67
5.67
5.67
6.67
6.67
6.51   .
5.84
4.98
4.98
4.98
4.98
4.98
198
4.98
4.98
6.00  .
2.41
2.41
3.02
4.60
4.60
4.50
4.60
4.60
4.60
6.44
8.04
4-18
3.85
3.35
3.35
3.90
3.90
4.98
4.98
6.00
6.04
3.86
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.80
3.53
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
4.66
6.29
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
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2
3
4
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11
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13
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18
19
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1
2
3
4
5
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11
12
13
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17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
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16
17
18
19
20
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
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12
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18
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3.62
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1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
1.95
2.71
2.34
1.88
1.8S
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.88
1.88
2.65
2.57
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
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1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
1.74
2.13
2.06
1.61
1.67
1.67
1.67
1.07
1.67
1.67
1.67
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1.42
1.42
1.42
1.42
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1.42
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1.67
1.60
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.90
1.60
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.60
1.67
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.35
1.33
1.35
1.35
1.88
1.67
1.67
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
1.28
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1.60
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.07
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.07
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.06
.06
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.06
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.06
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.06
.06
.06
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.00
.06
.06
.07
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.00
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.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07
.07
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.06
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
.07
1.65
1.72
1.72
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.68
1.66
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.67
1.67
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.68
1.63
1.63
1.65
1.65
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.68
1.66
1.62
1.62
1.63
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.64
1.63
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.81
1.61
1.63
1.63
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.62
1.62
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
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1.61
1.61
1.62
1.62
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.K0
1.62
1.62
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.60
1.62
1.62
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.81
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3.36
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1.60
2.94
1.60
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1.00
l.CO
1.60
1.62
1.64
1.68
1.69
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1.62
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5.62
5.37
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.69
3.09
3.69
3.69
4.G2
4.12
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
3.61
4.45
4.36
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.48
3.45
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3.45
3.45
3.87
3.87
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.45
3.87
3.79
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.36
3.96
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3.70
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3.10
3.10
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3.10
3.53
3.45
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.02
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3.02
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3.02
3.36
3.36
3.02
3.02
3.02
3.09
3.02
3.09
3.02
3.02
3.36
3.28
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
3.29
3.29
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
2.94
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1.67
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1.74
1.74
1.74
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1.95
1.95
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1.88
1.88
1.88
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1.81
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3.53
2.50
2.61
2.60
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2.43
2.44
2.43
2.58
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.81
1.88
1.88
1.88
2.71
9.66
2.26
2.25
2.26
2.2S
2.26
2.23
2.26
4.52
3.55
3.59
3.35
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3.56
3.55
3.56
3.55
8.68
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4.60   !
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1.61
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3.35
3.63
3.55
4.52
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
7.10
9.05
2.25
4.25
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.26
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.17   |
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.34
.34
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1.62
1.62
1.62
1.64
1.62
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
1.61
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1.81
1.63
1.67
1.6.1
1.63
1.83
1.63
1.63
1.68
1.63
1.63
1.65
1.64
1.08
1.62
1.62
1.62
1.63
1.63
1.6,1
1.68
1.64
1.88
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.64
1.67
1.66
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.62
1.63
1.63
1.63
1.67
1.72
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67
67
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60
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63
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63
63
63
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1.72
1.66
1.66
1.60
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1.72
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.78
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1.78
1.78
1.78
1.63
1.58
1.68
1.72
1.72
1.72
1.77
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
1.91
2.01
1.65
1.76
1.60
1.67
1.67
1.67
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1.66   |
1.67
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3.45
3.45
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of th« |
C, 7th Day of June, A.D. 1904.
H. D. CURTIS, Collector
thentlcate thia list by affixing my lignatare and th« 6e
lie City ol SI.,run, thia Ttli .Iny of .lime, A l>  1904.
  THOMAS McNEISH,
Mayor of Mia Corporation ofth* PllyeflW
Dated at Slocan, B.C., this 7th Day of June, A.D.iQO-i
H. D. CURTIS,
I hernby uu
Corporation of t
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I" SLOCAN,   B.  C. 	
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..niieBlne and his wilo musl get on
fnupilv." »*'il1 tn8 «098l-P' "Slu'
"SSrS^r scolds  bin,-    •'Tluit,
"'  „:i  indicate happiness,    answer-
tfZL   Cayenne.   "It is said.     It
fi0„ that   she   considers   hi...    bo- (
THE ILLS OF CHILDHOOD.
r*vorv child in  the country needs.
, line time or other, a medicine to
I,roct   tho   Ills   incident   to child-
Urid   n i>'>'*y'8 0wn »m**« ,iro
in tho houso   und   occasionally
to   tho   littlo   ones   they will
r     ,nt   illness   and make   tho littlo
P„„=   ruffcod,   strong   and   cheerful.
alhers should insist on having this
incdlcino because it contains no opi- ,
J . „r harmful drug,   and   children
,,. tho Tablets as  readily as tliey
K, candy, U you hnve u neighbor
Cvho has used tho Tablets ask her
Lnd she "ill tell you what splendid
totlsfactlon thoy givo. Hero is what
Em mother, Mrs, Wm. Sinclair.
Hebron, N. D., says: "I have used
Baby's Own Tablets   with   so   much
..tisfactlon   that   I   do not fool safe
I when 1 have not got a   box   in   tho
houso    1 ttm sun* that otlu r mothers j
Will  bo qulto as   well    pleased    with
(,,n "     \ou   can   get   the   Tablets
I through your druggist or by mail at
M rents u box by writing The Dr.
Williams' Modicino Co., llrockvillo
Ont.
_mmSm
ST0HY OF AN ESCAPE NO OPERATION
NEEDED NOW
AN  INCIDENT OF THE CHICAGO IROQUOIS THEATER HORROR.
FOREIGN  FACTS.
Thr   meanest    man   on    record   lias
.,,.,, found.    H.' sold his son-in-law
ne lull of a eow and I ben refused to
11vide ihe mill*:, maintaining that ho
Lhl ii,,. front half,   ITo»nlso required
|lmi  ih.* Miiii-in-lnw provide all   feed
miinctl   nn.l   carry   water   to   tlvi
|W1S|   Ihtee    times    u    dny.     Ideenl ly
H„, cow  hooked the old man and ho
ining his son-in-law for damages,
MIN M'.H'S I.INIMKNT is tho only
I,inun.-nl   asked for  nt.  my  store ami
lia' only  one  WO  keep  for  salo.
All iho people use il.
11AUI.IN   PULTON.
Pleasant   Bay,  C,  it.
\     llnch—Women    claim   that    tho
uy to got  on with a  man  is to give
.im   plenty   of  nicely   cooked   food.
Birius  Murker—Well,  why don't   some
Jif ihem try it'.'
HOW'S   TMI3?
na I.IT.T Ont tlundrn) Dollars R«w»r<1 foi
ji,» raw of Catarrh that cannot b* cured bj
Hill'i .'aianh Cure.
F. J. CHUNKY A CO.. Toledo. O
Wr, thn llial.a..lRiu ,1, have known F. J.
■Cta ni y for Uii* ln*t IS yeara, and believe him
|1"if, i i tumoral.It* In all hualneu tranwlloni
■ani nniin.-tally al,le to carry out any obll(atlon>
|n,k '.,< by their flrin.
WEST * TMJAX,
Whnl*M]« DrutfliU, Toledo. O
WAI.lMSll, K1NAN A MARVIN,
Wholesale PruRRlita. Tol...lo. O.
IHall'i Catarrh Cuie In tnkfn Internally, act-
Inn directly  upon  the  l.l.jo.l  and  muroiia  aer-
ftrra of  the  ayatem.    T.atlmnt.lnla  aent   frea
Pn.e 75r per bottle.    Bold by nil Drugglate.
llall'i Family I'illa are lhe beat.
(Mil   Roll  club   over   at   Sowhack-
"llow   so'.'"   "Why,   Ilie    in, in-
ivenl   to work and laid oul   three
is." "Maybe they're Odd  Fellows.
linard's Liuiment Lumberman's Friend.
\  man   in   Iroitlile  is apt   to discov-
j*i   I Iiil   his friends are not   ns irieinl-
• tliey might   lie.
Illl' FI.AOGINO KNKlllilKS UKVIVKM
i.nstanl    aupllcatlou   to   bdshwss  is   n
iin   upon   Un*  energies,   ninl   it   thore   ba
■   relaxation,   lassitude  nnd  depression
in* '-in.,  to  intcrvi'iii*.    'I'lie  wnnt   ol exer-
"iii.it liic   (iambics       Thi*   WB.lt   nt   excr-
Kiincs  un    vervoua    Irregularities,
'I    lin*   sluiiiiiill    censes    In    nssiinilnlc
■■I properly. In this condition Par*
aa'.s Vegetable rills will be found a
•'11•<■ iiat,\•■ of rare power, restoring tl"'
c.ins to healthful action, dbqMlllnJR de*
• • "inn,    nmi   reviving    the   lhi(;i;iii« eu-
1 lenient ine was telling how her
.idem Itomeo made love to her on
■ porch, "And did ho swear by
pale moon'.'" nsked her chum.
M.' didn't have time." sighed Olotn-
ine.    "How      was      that'*"       "He
i.i  pi.  swearing     by   the  front
'   vour   children   ure   troubled   with
ims.  give  i liein   Mui ber li raves' Worn.
|,i ■ '.'i-ruinator*   safe,    suro   and edectuql.
*v It,   nmi   murk   ilie Improvement   l»
ii cMId,
How  did  Hint   prima   donnn  come
lose Inr volco?"  "Well," answered
Itnpn".Siirio.      "some   people     S.IV
' Rang too much, lu.t my personal
I  'On.ill   is  Hint    she   lost  it   arguing
'Ul   salary."
Ml  women nre liorn  reforuierH. uml
1 ,\   until   lo begin  on  .some mnn.
I* woman's favorite writer is n 1ms-
1'iiiid who is capable of writing oul
i lieques.
'lie    treaty     lietween      the     l'nited
:i,.'s uml   CuIki   (riving a   preference
iho hitler's sugar is helping to ro-
".'   the  Wesi   Indian sugar trado
1,1 England,
Coughiag Is an outward sign of
Inward disease,
Cnre the disease with
Shiloh's
Consumption
Pure R:,cLunK
I and tho cough will stop.
II Try it to-night. 1( it doesn't
benefit you, we'll givo your
money back.
*£[?*< S* C* WBI.L8 t% Co. •«
__S_____1toy, N. Y„ Toronto, Can.
The Way tx Woman and Her Tnt
Children Were Saved From in*
Hurricane Uf iimii,,. and Panic by
a Btrai>Ki*r Who Wuii Intoxicated.
All great conflagrations tlmt are attended with loss of life have, ns u rule,
their serlo comic ns well us their tragic
Incidents. Many peculiar escapes huve
been recorded, but the following story
of how one woman nnd her two children wero saved from death in the
awful horror of the Iroquois theater In
Chicago, where so many hundreds perished in the hurricane of flame nnd
pailiC, ns told by Miss Elizabeth A.
Heed in the Chicago llecord-IIeruld
shortly after the fearful tragedy, ls
unique In muny ways:
Mrs. Henry Stirling, with her two
children, snt in the fntcful Iroquois
theater on that dreadful afternoon.
Little Hob wus next to the aisle, then
thu mother, ntul Dorothy snt on the
otlier side. Beyond the six-year-old
Kirl tliere was a vacant seat, but little
heed was given to it as the spectacular
ilruina went on and the wondering little folks looked open eyed upon the
scenes before them.
At last an uncertain step came down
the aisle and u well dressed nmn
lurched into the vacant seat. The curtain was up, but he was nn old theater
goer, nnd iis the extravaganza wus not
entirely new to bim he turned to the
Child. Her confiding blue eyes answered bis appeal for friendship; there
wus wonder In the expressive little
face, but no fear, even when be ventured lo lay n caressing hand upon the
golden curls.
Mrs. Stirling shrank from his con-
tntninatlng touch upon Dorothy's head.
He saw or felt her loathing and said
brokenly, "Don't you be 'fruld—Ish ull
right-nll right—sweetish ll'l girl ever
I Bhaw—sweetish li'l girl ever 1 shaw."
Tho gay drama went on, tho crowd
cheered, the children clapped their
hands, and their merry laughter mingled with the applause, but the stranger still kept his bleared eyes upon tho
lovely child. Every few minutes his
hand would stray lovingly over tho
sunny bead and some expression of
endearment would fall from his uncertain lips. At last Mrs. Stirling called
the attention Of an usher to tho prolonged annoyance, nnd a remonstrance
was made, but the answer came, "You
go way- Ish all right—all right—sweetish li'l Kirl ever 1 shaw-sweetish li'l
girl ever I shaw."
AKain the big hand touched the gold-
en hair, and this time It strayed downward and took the little hand In lov-
biK clasp. The child looked fearlessly
Into iiis fnee and smiled.
The mother grew more nnd more
nervous. Again an usher was called
nnd a complaint made. Tlie slender
yonng man looked at the bis fellow
nnd concluded that prudence was tho
"better part of valor," so he went to
consult with another about effective
methods of getting tlie Intruder out of
the bouse.
The stranger looked nt the stage
again; this time he saw n tiny flame
rapidly spreading to tlie scenery. Rising instantly, he took little Dorothy In
his arms. Stepping beyond the mother
nnd unheeding her frightened remonstrance, he swung the child upon one
shoulder nnd with the other hand
caught up little Itob; then with both
of theni pressed closely in Ills strong
arms ho walked out of the house. The
doubly frightened mother involuntarily followed hlm.
This precious Instant wns the moment of salvation. Another minute—
nnother half minute—snd lt would
have been too late. They had nearly
reached the entrance when u cry of
horror rang through tbe house, followed by screams of terror and shrieks of
pain.
Without further volition of their
own they were swept Into the street.
Wholly dazed by the nwful shock Mrs.
Stirling pleaded, "l'ut them down-put
theni down now!"
"Xo, tlmsli nil light. Where do yon
want to go?"
"Right up this wny to the Ashland
block," she answered. Then the
strange party pushed on through tlio
crowd which was already rushing
with helping hands to the scene of tho
disaster.
Lurching from one side of the walk
to the other nnd apparently In constant danger of falling, he still carried
his precious burden safely. Once
within the protecting doors of the
great Ashland block thc elevator carried them to one of lhe higher floors,
where Mrs. Stirling rushed Into her
husband's ollice cryng, "Ob, Henry,
the theater Is burning, and this mun
has brought the Children out!"
Although not half comprehending
the horror, the father put his hand In
his pocket nnd drew out n twenty dollar bill, which ba offered with profuse
thanks. Uut he nnd his money were
alike Ignored. With n majestic sweep
of the hand the drunken hero answered, "Co way—I don't want your money-go wny-thnsh all right-tliash tho
sweetish li'l girl ever I shaw-sweetisli
ll'l girl ever I shaw," and then he staggered out of the olllco.
correct Address,
"Isn't Columbus dead, pop?"
"Why, certainly he's dead, years nnd
years and yeurs ugo. What put such
it question into your head, my son?"
"Why, the little boy what situ next
to me In school said Ills father addressed n letter to Columbus yesterday."
"Where did he send It, son'/"
"To Ohio."—Yonken Statesman.
Gravel    and    Bladder    Disease
Cured by Dodd's Kidney
Pills.
Toronto Bricklayer K**Hi*»e<i of tho»o
Tiiill.le Troublea - Medical Science
Mnkes Another Move Forward.
Toronto, Ont., June 6.—(Special).
—Medical science hus at length awakened to tho fact that Gravel and
other bladder troubles aro caused by
disordered kidneys and that the modern method of curing them is to curo
the kidneys with Dodd's Kidney l'ills.
This does uway with thoso terrible
operations that In past years havo
been all too common.
Tho caso of William Thomas, bricklayer, 158 Mill street, this city, is
ono of tlio recent proofs of tho elll-
Oioncy of the treatment. Mr. Thomas
suys:—
"I had been troubled with Gravel
and Bladder Disease for seven yeurs.
I had to go to the hospital and have
water token from nie. I tried medicines of different kinds, but they
failed to remove tho troublo
"Hearing of cures by them prompted me to try Dodd's Kidney Dills,
and ufter taking them for a timo I
passed a stone thu size of a largo
bean, Four boxes of Hodd's Kidney
Tills made a complcto euro in my
ease."
Aii frlshiiiiin Huys i imi being an
ancient musl havo boon a healthful
occupal ion.
i Manv a in,in who snys he hns great
presence of lllllld ii.iiin.gCS successfully to conceal It.
TIII.Y lHiiiVi: l'IMI'I.KK AWAY.-
A fu..' covered with ulmplofl Is unsightly, li tells el Internal Irregularities
whim shoulil lung sine hnve been eor-
iiit.il The liver and kidneys are uot
nerforn.liig their functions in ihe healthy
wny they Bhould, and these pimples ure
in lei you know that Uie blood protests Parmelee's Vegetable l'ills will
drive theni all nwny,'mill will leave the
skin clear nnil clean. Try theni, anil
there will be another witness to their
excellence.
Kansas City has Un* unenviable no-
toriety of lending iii the proportion
of divorces io marriages, there being
but  four marriages to every divorce.
It uns the jockey Unit fell ofl' his
horse who snid he had no use for
tips.
I    llullov.nv's Corn  Dure is a specific for
the  removal of   corlia   aud   warts. Wi1
havo  never heard  of  its failing    to remove cii'ii   the  worst  kind.
Insurance losses in the United
Smies nnd Canada for tho first, four
months of this _pnr amount, according io the I'lsH'ngo Herald, to $146,-
00(1,350, an increase of .'*;,.i:i.S<(*,-J2,r
.",.">ii  over   the snme  period  of   190)1.
Minard's Liniment is used by Physicians.
Smith—Why  do so many little men
inn-rv 1iig   women?      .Innes—Tluit     is
hardly the way of it. It's the bfg women  that   marry  the little men.
Oucntnbcrs ami melons ure "forbli
fruit" to tunny persons so constil
ttlnit the li'usl iiiiliilg,*nie is follow ci
nt I neks of Cholera, dysentery, piping,
These persons are not aware that
can Indulge to their hearts' conten
thev have on hiinil n liottle of Dr. •!
Kellogg'l Hvseiilrv Cordial, a ineil
that   will  give itnmedi&te  relief,  anil
sure cure for ull summer complaints
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a
Stranger (to Highlander in full uniform)—Sandy, are you cold in till
winter with the kilt? Sandy—No,
mon;  bill   I'm nigh  kilt   w i' t he cnuld.
The manufacture nnd sole of to-
lincco is n Stnte monopoly in Austria, which nels Ihe national tren-
sury  over $27.iiliii.lMHi a  year.
'rin* clock plnced In tho hull of the
llolliorii Borough Council is at least
l**iii yenrs old, and has been iu the
possession of the local authorities
for that period. It still keeps good
t ime.
A Russian lieutenant gets about $200
a year, a cuptaiu about $300 und a
major $4!30.
The only lmportnnt Independent
states now remaining in Africa are
Abysslnlu und Liberia.   •
The French government bus Just purchased for the Niitlonul Gallery of the
Luxembourg two pictures by American
artists, Edwin Lord Weeks of Boston
und Wnlter Guy of New Vork.
Siberia exports about $15,000,000
worth of butter a year. Tlie milk is
very rich, only nbout twenty pounds
being needed for ti pound of butter as
against twenty-eight in Denmark,
Two waiters In a hotel at Sun Itemo
won the tirst prize ottered by the Milan
Becolo, which has the largest circulation of all Italian newspapers. It consisted of n villa valued at $10,000.
Lust year thero was an Increase of
u million tons In the vessels which entered the port of London as compared
With 1002. The figures were 15,790,426
tons In 1002 nnd 10,707,034 In U>o:>.
The heart of the celebrated French
warrior Captain Mulo de la Tour d'Au-
vergne, a hero of the first empire, who
was killed in battle In 1800, wns laid
beside the tomb of Napoleon I. In the
I n nil Ides with great pomp.
"When young fellers begins n-roiiil-
iii'." Bald Parmer Hulcode of New
Jersey, "ihey jest gits crazy, an'
the! thur hoy Jim O1 mine ain't no
exception." "What's dim bill a-doin'
now?" asked I'nnn.r Siiiiiu'ee|.
"Hanged if he didn't go inler town
Vislc'ily    an'   spend   a    hull   sixpence
inr a toothbrushI
"I suppose ynu hnd a perfccllj
lovely lime at Wexford's house parly ?" "No il was ii fizzle. Mrs,
\Ve\foril   hns  so   lil.lle  tsift.    She  wns
always   arranging   it   thai   tho men
Would  pair oil Wilh   llieir wives.
The male RiralTe al tho Dublin '/oo
Is s.ilTerini; from the eliects of n nervous attack brought on by tho noise
of tho hall on one of Iho recent
stormy   dnys   pattering   on tho rool
of lhe giraffe shelter.    Ile cnlilinl  lienr
I'vni Hie creaking oi his keeper's
leather gaiters,
The Earl   of   Mayo, who hns boon
enlerlniiliiig I'rince Arthur of Oon-
nailghf ul his seal in County Kil-
diire.   is    nn    Irish    landlord   who  hns
probably done more than any oilier
landowner In tlmt count*, to restore
agrarian pence.
Sunlight
Soapj
REDUCES
EXPENSE
Full anil the pnrrot will sny I told
you so. Win nnil the parrot will say
be deserves credit. M'e nro, unconsciously, most of us, parrots.—School*
muster.
$5,000 Reward SU^JSM.
Limited, Toronto, to any person who
can prove that this soap contains
any form of adulteration whatsoever
rr contains any injurious chemical*.
Aik ffcr tke Octasoa Bar. CIS
Uncle IlusU— Who.i thnr, Mother--''song?" "Oh reully!" replied the cmi-
In-Law, Mornin', Nibs! Nephew nenl basso, "the hour is so late, I'm
Nihs—Moniin'. uncle! But, say, why 'afraid my singing will disturb the
do   you    call  your   move  Mothci'-ln-^nolghbors." "Never mind that, Tln-y
Law?   Uncle Husk-
she .Interferes so,
\\ li\ ,  jesl   liecaus
"Mr.   Dcwply,"
'won't  you oidij
said   the   hostess
•  us  v, ith  one mon
own  a   dog   whose   howling   disturbs
us nl. night  too."
Genernl   Ketrcalovitch
command the Russians.
nppears   to
CROUP, BRONCHITIS,
WHOOPING COUCH
Are Ailments Which Causa Great Anxiety to Mothers Who are
Not Familiar with the Curative Powers of
Dr. Chase's Syrup of
Linseed and Turpentine.
SHORT STORIES,
The United States pays more money
for the" transportation of muUs thun
ull otlier countries combined,
An attempt was mado ut Dumnco,
Mexico, to iiiuke soap from the oil extracted from castor beans, but the experiment wtis a failure.
It Is estimated that the Eskimo population of Alaska, Labrador and Green,
land bus declined from liO.OUO to 15,000
iu twenty years owing to tho thinning
out of seal, bear and walrus.
A Jury in n Chlcngo court has awarded $100 each to two negro women who
hud sued a theater management for
dnmages after being excluded from occupying orchestra seuts for which tliey
purchased tickets.
Fifteen murders were committed In
New England during the month of
Mnrch, most of thorn without apparent
motive. Iu only seven cases were arrests made of suspected persons. Five
of the victims of the murders were
women.
A valuable find of Indian nrrow-
heads was recently made by .lohn lless
on his farm in Ledytird, Conn. Ile discovered a cache containing -00 perfect
specimens of arrowheads, probably
made by some member of the Narra*
gansett tribe of lud inns.
HORSES AND HORSEMEN.
Jacob Deemor of Salem, O., recently
purchased l'alrmount Hoy, 2:24!4, by
Ethnn Wilkes. ,
Consuela B., 2:121,{., ln the Salisbury
string ut rieasiintoii, trotted a quarter
in 80% seconds recently.
Frank B. Walker bas been engaged
to do tho starting ut the Reudville
grand circuit nieeting.
C. W. Merkle, the Philadelphia trainer, bns ndded Director lied, 2:20Vi, by
Director, to his stable.
The Philadelphia trotter Andrew
Moore, 2:18V4, by Andrew M., will be
extensively staked tbis season.
Allle Smith, tlie Buffalo driver who
brought out Topsy, 2:0'J',4, will train a
public stable nt Tonnwundn this season.
Among the horses to be raced by A.
David of Lansing, Mich., this year will
be Itobert S., 2:11)1/4, nnd Lester D..
2:191,4-     . '
Dan Nowill ls handling Senator
White's matinee horses, including Miss
Whitney, 2:07i/u, nt the Jewett covered
track.
EDITORIAL FLINGS.
It Is a serious cpicstion to every
mother as to how she can host combat croup, whooping cough, bronchitis and similar ailments which are
sure to attack tho littlo ones at
times least expected.
Tho hollow, croupy cough comes
with terrible foreboding us it arouses
tho hopelessness ol battling ngainst
A disease which frequently defies the
most skilful physicians.
In croup, above all other diseases,
prompt uction is of the greatest importance imaginable. With Dr.
Chosu's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine nt hand any mother can effect almost instant relief when the
children are struggling frunticully for
breath. Ily sheer force of merit it
has won its wuy to popularity, nnd
is known nil over the continent as
the most effective treatment for
throat nnd lung troubles that science
hus ever devised.
Mr. W. McGeo, 40 Wright avenue,
Toronto, Ont.., states:—"There is no
remedy in my opinion that can act
more promptly than Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine. lt
cured my son of croup, absolutely,
in one night.     We gave him a doso
Now that rubber ribs havo proved
successful awful possibilities threaten
in the literal adaptation of rubber
necks,—Baltimore American.
The mumps germ bas been definitely
"Isolated." Won't somebody please
gun for the microbe which causes that
swelling a little higher up?—Philadelphia North American.
We would like to learn the Mormon
methods of making n living. A man
who can provide for five wives and 100
children under present prices is a Uiinii-
ciul wonder.—Memphis News.
In tbe sweet sisterhood of states
Utah excels In plural marriages, South
Dakota iu plural divorces, New Jersey
in plural corporations and New York
In plural polities.—New York Mull.
A medical essayist asserts that the
blues ure n form of sphiucblue uetiros-
theuia, due to Intraabdominal venous
congestion. That would cause a dou't
worry club to dlssolTe.—Pittsburg Dispatch.
MODES OF THE MOMENT.
straw passementerie is a trimming
novelty.
Oyster white Is a tint lu pongee tbnt
Is much admired.
Gooseberry green and old rose nre
leading shades In millinery.
Suits of white embroidered pique
will be worn next siuniner.
Chiffon nnd lace coats are somewhat
shorter this season thun last.
Button roses in straw decorate many
of tlie newest toques and bonnets.
Spangled and bead effects are conspicuous in tlie season's neckwear,
Floral buckles for evening frown
gnrnlture represent n Parisian novelty.
Vui ince ls promised pronounced
vogue ns garniture for summer drcis-
es.
For bridesmaids beautiful and c st-
ly gowns will be fashioned of hand embroidered nels nnd handkerchief Ila*
ens—Brooklyn v«ile.
when ho wns black in the faco wttfc
choking. It gavo him instant relief.
During tho night ho took several
doses, and in tho morning woke up
bright, perfectly well and cheerful.
I must suy it is u wonderful medi-
.cine."
I   Mrs.  .1. W. Lloyd,   Albion   streot.
Belleville, Out., stutes:—
"In tho beginning of last winter I
took a very severe cold, accompanied
with a bud cough, and was almost
laid up for n. time. I tried several
remedies, but with indifferent results. On the advice of a friend I
got a bottle ot Dr. Chase's Syrup of
Linseed and Turpentine, and found
that it relieved tho cough at onco.
By the time I hnd takon the ono bot-
tlo my cold was gone, and I can
truthfully recommend it as a splendid remedy for coughs and colds.
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and
Turpentine, 25 cents a bottle, family size (three times as much) CO
cents, at all dealers, or Edmanson,
Dales & Co., Toronto.
To protect you ngainst imitations
the portrait ond signature of Dr. A.
W. Chase, the famous receipt book
author, are on every bottle.
istbc PRtPtRtNTIALio'ciGAR
toull   Enjoy Every Bit Of It,
MADE BY IKFORTIER LTD. MONTREAL
Jones—Do you swear when you
have to walk llu* baby at night'.*
Brown—Yes, bul the kid hollers so
thut  my wifo can't hear mo.
Ask for Minard's and take no other.
It   iul.es   mure  than   one   race-horse
to make a  horse-race.        .   "
"Wben your fnther comes home I
shall tell him to give you a whipping." "Hold on, mn; let pa remain
neutral—don't drug him Into this affair."
Crumbs of comfort never come from
eating crackers in bed.
Aro You In the Rush a;*,a Bustle?
Whilo wo join in the rush and bustlo of
this busy world, overtaxing our energies
ami racking our systems, many of us are
morally culpable of reckless disregard of
bodily Strength and fitness. Then per-
hiips the health breaks down, and we
sown doomed to long periods of pain and
depression.   Our whole Ufe is darkened.
YETTHEREISAREMEDYATHAND
Hundreds and thousands ot ailing men
and women havo found that
BEECHAM'S
PILLS
verily " mako lifo worth living."
They Parity thn Blood, mat eight th*
Dlxordorcd Stomach, mrttumm thm
StuBBfmh Liver, dlmpml Seck-Hemd-
ache, buildup thm Slmrvtxum Symtom,
and repair tha damages vauamxf tiy
ovorworA said brain worry.
Thn genuine worth and never-failing
eflicury ot
BEECHAM'S PILLS
havo boon fully proved during a period
of nearly sixty yuan, and thoy are rucog-
niasd us tho
Best SafoKunrd Against Bilious and
Nervous Attacks.
Tho most satisfactory evidence of the
universal esteem in which BBSOHAM'B
l'l l.l.Kureheld is found in thul'uct that tlis
Bales Bach Year Increase
Marvelously.
rrcpinril only by Thomas Beecham, St.
Helens, England.
Sold everywhe.-e In Canada and U. Sa
America.   In boxes, 23 ccnli.
TllK  WOULD  IS FULL OP PAWS.—
Tlm aches ami pains that afflict humanity are many unit eonstiint, arising from
a mui! n .nie of ladiHtingUwh&ble muses,
but in the main owiui; to man's neall-
iri'iire In lakiiiK care of the Health. l*r.
Thomas'  Eclectric   Oil  was the outcome
of a universal cry for some sperilie whirl!
wonld spee.iiiv relieve pain, and it hus
filled its mission to u remarkable degree,
"Vou cnn't pet round the fact that
two   uml   two inukc four." suid tho
mnn  who  argUCS  venenienllv.    "That
rule     does     very     well     for      small
I amounts."  answered   Senator  Borg-
I hUm,   blandly,   "Hut   when  you tnUu
| two million und two million, nnd put
Vm   togothor   in   n   trust,   there's ns
[ telling how   many millions the.v will
I amount to."
I.ifelniov   Sunn- disinfectant—is   stronc-
1 lv    roeotiiiuen.liHl    liv   the  medical    prof.'S-
xioii us ii  safeKUara   u^aiusi   Infectious
I'liseusos i!2
less—I!.'.up told nn* how niueli he
pnid for my rlngf Uow much do you
Ihink   it   wns?     .less—I "don't,   know,
but it doesn't look to bo worth it.
Teas—Worth v,lmt 1 Jobs—What he
told you ho pnid for it."
The wurship triiely  is n grand
llut perishable trinket.
It   lakes livr years lo build il  anil
i    A half nn hour to sink it.
c
rossr
Poor man! He can't help ft^
He gets bilious. He needs 2
gooa liver pill—Ayer's Pills.
They act directly on thc liver,
cure biliousness.      fc^jf.'-SSSs
^.i_aniLi..n"iw 11        '      11     ~     ~  —-      -"   " " ' "*      " ' "1
Want your moustache or heard)
fl beautiful brown or rich black ? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S DYE
rim it». » t aatu en., mmi'"-» U  I
Keep Minard's Liniment in the House.
Russians   use   per   capita   a   trifle
mora   thnn   one-third    us   much  soap
ns the people of  the United Slates.
I   Gen, Kiiropuikin is determined now
io advance, but whether In thodir	
tion of Tokio or st. Pctorsburgh will
depend entirely on circumstances,
N'.-w  England makes two-thirds of
the boots  nnd  shoes  produced   ill   the
United states.
.1
When n widower begins to tell his
I roubles  to n  widow she knows be  is
going lo nsi; he? tO share their..
Th".- earrings worn by Italian women Indicate tho purt. of Italy the
wearers como from; tin* longer tba
Cfll'rlngS tho further south the original homes of the women. In lhe fai'.
north the ornaments ore quite short.
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SLOCAN,      -      -       •       -      B. C"
Legsl Advertising 10 cents a line for
the first insertion and 5 cents a line each
subsrquent insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, $7 each.
Transient ad vertiseinsnts st same rates
ss legal advertising.
Locals will be charged 10 cents a line
for each insertion.
Commercial Kates made known upon
application.
The Subscription is $2 per year, strictly in advance; $2.50 a year if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
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Slocan, B. C-
FRIDAY. JUNE 17th, 1904.
K1UTOIUAI.   CKOFPINUS.
Canada's next governor-general will
likely be Earl Groy, lord lieutenant of
Northumberland.
An unsettled and uncertain feeling
pervades business circles that does not
portend progress and prosperity.
Tho recently increased freight rates
from the coast are bitterly resented by
the mercantile interests,aud an appeal
to the railway commission is spoken
of.
Gamey. the Man from Mauitoulin,ls
much in evidence in Ontario, wielding
an influence that means destruction to
Grit rule in that province. For a
niDiith past he has been holding public msetings, and there reiterating,
without fear of contradiction, his
charges of corruption against tlie Ross
government. Thousands of poople
attend these meetings, and so great is
the influence exerted that it is freely
admitted the next election will place
the Grits iu a minority by 30 seats.
Public opinion is clearly with the
Tories.
Politics are being introduced by the
Lilierals into militia matters aud an
Outburst of indignation has come from
military men. Lord Dundonald,head
of the service, accuses Minister of
Militia Fisher with having scratched
one of his regimental appointments,
because the officer was n Conservative.
Fisher seeks to escape by saying the
man was not qualified,but Duudonnld
Submits he is the best judge of that.
Of course Duudonald will have to go,
for presuming to have opinions of his
own. Efficiency in the national defence and direction of its affairs must
be made subservient to the dictation
of the political machine. Public safety is of little moment to modern Liberalism.
It is a significant fact that the lending independent papers of Canada are
unanimous in thoir opposition to the
terms of the Grand Trunk Pacific
railway deal. Equally significant is
the fact that 21 prominent Liberal
businessmen of Winnipeg have petitioned against the deal. The Grand
Trunk scheme will be one of the main
issues in the next election, with the
Advantages of the position resting with
the Conservatives. They hold to the
point that the government after building the road should have operated it
ns a public sor vice, and that the road
pushed through to the Pacific should
have been tho Intercolonial, not a parallel competing line. Public opinion
in tho maritime provinces,ac-jt'iituated
by tho famous address of Hon. A. G.
Blair, ex-minister of railways, condemns the ruthless wrecking of the
Intercolonial. Conservatives realize
their advantage and will press it to a
successful conclusion.
The ratepayers  will  commend the
■city council for their action iu seeking
tO nud OUt  lhe  intention of the mill
company relative to the completion of
llieir plant   here.    It  is  going on for
two years since thelxmus was granted
and the ratepayers are anxious  to
realize the fulfilment of the promises
made.    Dire  times have fallen upon
the town, and the heavy taxation necessitated by the bonus constitutes a
grievous burden.    Many of  (hose responsible fyr the bonus have quit the
town, yet those left have faithfully endeavored to fulfil the contract entered
UntO.   They have completed the pro*
'iective works to the creek, and will, so
far as it lays in their power, live up to
the letter of the agreement.   Will the
company give the  townspeople credit
for it? It is sincerely to lx; hoped that
they will and the announcement will
be made that the remaining portion of
the mill plant  will be established at
once.    Renewed life would follow antl
tlie ratepayers would gel some return
for their investment.
DRILL   POINTS.
Pay up your subscription. »
Nelson will celebrate on both July
1 and 2.
Next week the days will begin to
shorten.
High water stage this year was below the average.
Trai' will hold its usual celebration
ou Dominion day.
Nelson is laying itself out for a
great celebration on July 1.
Five inches of snow fell at Phoenix
on Friday, destroying the gardens.
Mrs. Wm. Senm{m, of Nelson,'has
lieen visiting friends here all week.
For the best value in ready-to-wear
suits, call at W. T. Shatford & Co.'s.
Heavy frosts of lato have seriously
affected the currant crop in this locality.
Archer & Hodder, Kaslo, are opening a branch hardware store in Sandon.
Father Jeannotte, of Sandon, held
service in the Catholic church on Sunday.
Mrs. John Bull returned on Thursday evening from a visit to Arrowhead.
Upwards of 500 men are working on
the new railways in the Boundary
camp.
Express money orders nre payable
everywhere. They are cheapest and
safest.
The closing exercises at the school
next week will be of an interesting
character.
Several more carloads of lumber
from Koch's mill, on Ten Mile, went
out this week.
Rossland is following Sloean's example and will hold a tax sale of delinquent lands.
Miss Floy Stubbs, known to several
here, was married in Nelson, Tuesday,
to O. Appleton.
Mrs. B. A. Shatford returned Saturday evening from a short visit to her
relatives in Seattle.
Fred Starkey, of Nelson, and R. G.
Salisbury, of Rogers & Cj., Winnipeg,
were here on Saturday.
Siiverton will send a football team
to Nelson to compete against that
burg on Dominion day.
Civic taxes for the current year lx**-
gan to roll in during the week. The
discount lasts (ill July 1.
Rev. Mr. Calvert, of New Denver,
held his initial service in the Methodist church on Sunday last.
W. T. Shatford & Co. will well shirt
waists at cost from June 17th to 24th.
Splendid range to choose from.
Provincial taxpayers are hustling in
their remittances, so as to save their
10 per cent discount allowed up to the
30th.
Slocan visitors to tlse grand encampment of the I.O.O.F. at Rossland. last
week, report having had a glorious
time.
The damage suit against the Crow's
Nest Coal Co. is still on at Nelson and
the evidence will not lie all in till next
week.
Frank Butler, a biakie on the Spokane & Nbrthem.was killed near Ymir
on Saturd.\v, by lieing run over by a
train.
Geo. Ennis, representing the Canadian Lumlxjrman.was here on Friday,
gathering data for a write-up of the
local mill.
It is given out that the Union Meat
Co., doing business in the Boundary,
will open shops in every town in the
Kootenays.
The ninth carload of shingles to lie
shippeil by the local mill company for
the season went out Wednesday, to
Bnrrie, Out.
In chamliers at Nelson Mondav. in
the Slocan case of Benedum vs Be:te-
dum, an order was made for service of
writ ex juris.
D.Arnot has been appointed district
deputy of the I.O.O.F. by the grand
master, and Mrs. Arnot the same position for the Rebeccas,
Fred Carlisle left Wednesday for
his old home in Petersburg, Indiana,
having lieen summoned bv a message
announcing the serious illness of his
mother.
Next Sunday evening, at Knox
church, Rev. T: MeGord will preach
on "The true essence of religion.'!
"To do justly, to love merev, and lo
walk humbly with God"   Micnh 6, 8.
Wiidds Bro?., photographers. Nelson, announce that their gallery will
lx* open during the Dominion dav
celebration in Hurt city. Visitors from
the Slocnn camp will please lxar this
in mind.
You can get something nice in hams
at W. T. Shatford & Co.'s.
Outgoing mails to Nelson close now'
at 2.25 p.m., and up the lake at 8.30 p,
m.
B. A. Shatford took a trip out to
the main line on Thursday to meet
his wife.
Grant Cox brought in an elegant
team of draught horses on Friday, to
be used in freighting to the Ottawa,
Geo. Fairbairn returned on Saturday to Silverton from Vancouver, having received beneficial treatment for
his eyesight.
For sale, cheap. Lot 9, block !Vl,
size 208x60 feet. All fenced and partly
planted in fruit trees, small fruits and
strawberries. Will be sold cheap for
cash.   Apply to Mrs. Tutcher.
W. Wilson got his left arm too close
to a saw while clearing away sawdust
at Iho loeal mill, Friday, and as a result he lost some flesh and blood. It
will be a lew days yet before lie will
bo at work again.
minim; ItHCOROS,
Appended is a complete list of the various records registered at the local registry office, II. P. Christie being mining
recorder:
LOCATION J, .
.Turn fi—Slocnn Bell, on Twelve Mile
crack, E C Snyder,
Lailuy fr, divide between springer and
Ten Mile, C M Kirkwood.
8—Golden liill fr, on Republic hill, A
R Bolderston,
ASSESSMENTS.
June J—Mimic.
6— St Louis, Dividend, Alhambrfl,
8—Chesapeake.
9—Rainbow.
10—Morning Stiu, Sheffield fr.
Timber Notice.
-k-nTiri.' In hereby given tlmt tliirl.v;la.vj afur
I lands situntixlon
H&rtionerlii', Wait KootwiM ilistrict: Com*
et iw i i .'-i planted nboul Un ohtUnj
m c$tb. sou" iH.ftst, corner ot Qjo. Laroher ■
&|§ttwS.U»fo^SSni.nM.
*"•■• FRANK PTJBYIANOB
Dated May 14th,
I'.HU.
NOTICE.
1
cc Hint It is my InUntiott, at tin* W*
r sixty davs from the dato hereof.
|| tlm Chief (.'iMiimmsuiiior of
UKEnotlci
plration Of
It, nnn] V ttl 1 III' 11 "I a ■ ' "'   '   " '* '        , . ,
I m - i Works for mission to purchase th
{ollowbB iMfirtbed bind, viz.: Commenolnaat
t plaited oa the wesl shore of Slocan lake,
" -ated about 100 feet north of the mouUa
:,.rwl> and marU.l"Jolin('urrio'«N,K.
■ ,l„..,ice \wst 20 chuins i theno* south 20
crossing Evans nreeki thenoS east H)
thenoe north following the weitsnore
n hike 20 chains, more or less, to point
an.)
of Evi
Conn1
chain
chain
of Bl
10  actus,
of commencement,  and  containini:
'"''' "joHN rrHKiE per tf. W. Unto, Awn]
kelsoi,, l!.C. April Mr5,1901. __*
Timber Notice.
Certificate of Improvements
Black Ummty *•»■*■ Whiw tumuty Mlueral
Claims. •
Situate in the Slocnn City Mining Division of tin* \yejt Kootenny DUtript
Wbere located :- At the hend of Mineral creek and Lucky George creek, i
TAKK NOTICE that I, W. D, Mc-I
Gtegor, acting ns naont for J. J. Mul-
hsllTF.-M.C. No. B^L*'*-1-?•??*•£
V M.C. No. B58099) J. J. Banfleld, F. I
11 C. No BB8047J Krlo Lomloiix, P. M*
(*' Nn. B60d79, nnd J. M* McGregor,
Tree Miner's Certificate No. B0Q093,
intend, sixtv dayi from thc (Into hereof,
to apply t i'Iih niining recorder for'certificates of Improvement, for tho pur*
pose of obtaining Crown grunts of the
above claims.
And further tnke notice that action,
under section 'XI, must he commenced
belore the iseuanco of BU'ch cortiflotttes of
Improvement.
liaieii thin 20th dnv of May, 1904.
27-501 Wi 1». MoGBEGOR
StcelRanges
for $18.25.
Why bo without a rangs'***
you can Ret ono so cheap? t
are preferrable to stov
better satisfaction. Tin
burn wood or coa"
set up free.
leu
ie\
''*.',ll'l Rive
bs rangd
a'id Will bo
H. J.
TINSMITH   AND
N'
Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given that nt the
expiration of DO days from date, I intend
to npply, at n ipenial sittinu of the board
of licence commi'sionerfl of the city of
Slocnn, for n transfer of the retail liquor
license held by mo for the Arlington
Hotel, situated on lota I nnd -, Block A,
Slocan, to (ieo. Henderson,
L. M. KNOWLES
Dated, June 7. 1904.
OTicr la hereby liven that thirty days nfter
dale I Intend to apply to the Chief Cora-
„ iimonor ef Lnndg 4 Work»,atVlotorla,fortwo
■Dedal licenses lo rut nnd carry awpj timber
from the foilowlnff described tfindi, situated on
Robertson creek, West Kootenay district i
. li'»i Locution,
enolna at a post, nbout one mile north
■,,   Larchera pre-emption, thenco hi
rMti tnoncolio-ehains southi thence so
thence 80 ohains north, to point of
tn onient,
Second Location,
Commencing at a post, aboul two miles north
,,f ii,.,,  l.aia'la'r's pre* plion, llicnie 80 Chains
west •thence 80 chains BoutUi thence 80 obelus
enst;'thenco 80 chains north, to point of coni-
•*">,"v'"'"'• ntAS.KlF.DUNUKH
Dateil .May Uth, KOI.
Com
of Qei
ohains
chain., c.i-1
COUIII
r'°',,ox :1" COLIN J. CAMPBELL,
Licensed Provincial Assayer,
NKW DENVER, n.c.
All s» m nl ei llecelve rrorapl Attention. Kates on Annl
' ' epeoUl Qll.atilllarTlN lo Mines mill MUN. ' '
•<ss*mmmmirm*33&mm*i.**am^^ mViL\yLtM8&-*A*^
aillim ■
maw
tn.
• •• i LlCmam
ROYAL HOTEL,
Mrs. A. Mason, Prop.
If you wnnt n touch of
home lifo, conn* along,
boys. Tin* bo-it table
In town; nice lnrge,niry
lii'ilroonis. SpecialQites
to steady boarders. . .
The best sample rooms
in town	
Arthur Street, Slocsn
SLOCAN, B C.
Med. Supt., J. P. CADE, M.D.
K ATI'S: Regular suliserihers, $1 per month
oi $10 a vear: non-snbscrlbers 1 exclusive of
meiliral iiitcndance)$2 per day. Private wants
Stperihu extra. Special facilities for inntern-
[tjf cases.
For furtho. particulars apply lo.
D. B. O'Neail, Sec
SLOCAN, B. C.
Is reached by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
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HATES:    8S.0Q TKH   KAY
FirFt-clnsa Dtiiluu ltoo.n
Lnrt'i* ii.nl din foitiil'li*  Ih'ilrrionif;
i! rooms. birConinio.ciiil Men
Nelson, B. C.
Do not go past  its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
A. E. TEETER,
Proprietor.
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Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To Anna Farini, or to any person or
persons to whom sho may I.ave trims
furred her interest in the Coronation
nnd Memphis mineral claims, situated
on Twelve Mile creek, nnil reconleil in
tlio Reco'dot's ollice for the Slocan
(. ity mining division.
Yon   are   hereby notified lhat wc.
James Smith, F.M.O, No.   L'.o'.iii'.i.'i, nnd
Charles I'rand, F.M.C   No. 06003", have i
caused  to  be expended tin* f.i.ii o( four
hundred    and   ten   dollars   In   labor
nnd improvements on tha ubove biou*
tinned    mineral    claims, in   order    toi
hold said claims under the  provisions ofi
the Minernl Act; and if within 00 davs
from thp date\)f  this notice  you fail, or!
refuse, to contribute your proportion of I
such cxpentlil.ue.toijetlier will, nil costs1
of sdvertising,   your interest    in   said,
claims will become the propeity of the
tubscribera, under section 4 of nn Act'
entitled "An Act to amend lhe Mineral
Act. 11100."
Dated at Slocan, ll.C, this 1'tli dav of I
Mav, A.D. 190*1.       JAMES SMITH'
2i.-V04 CHARLES BRAND
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Financial Agent
Accountant Cc Auditor
Notary Public
Fire and Accident
Insurance
Abstracts cf Hineral
Claims.
Will buy a comfortable
Cottage and two corner lots in New Denver. House contains
four large room3, ball
and wardrobe. For
other particularswrite
DRAWER 54, SLOCAN.
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