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 THE SLOCAN DRILL.
TOI-
IV.. Ne. oil.
•Prov. Lib,
1-ary,
janl03JANj   B    C(   noykmbeu   13,
rasa
1883.
$2.00 PER ANNUM.
earance Sale,
beginning on Honday, Nov. 9, and continuing.
Our Dry Good Stock will be sold for
Spot Cask-at wholesale prices in the
Bast. Our Stock is composed largely
of Staples, and you are uow given an
opportunity to cMam nearly anything; required in tlieEry Goods line
at Sacrifice Prices. Wc need Cash.
No Goods will be charged	
W. T. Shatford & Co.
SLOCAN, B. C.
Is rei-tclied by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
Do not xo  past  its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
A. {;. TEETER,
Proprietor.
A.rli agton   3H£atel,
SLOGAN,   B.  C.
L. H. KNOWLES, Proprietor.
Tl' *. 1  ; nliii' hoiel in ennvt-ntent to tlie I .''at* awl t;*aius.   The iiiiiin<*; romn
Is itrl-Hly up 10 date while the 1 ar ll bupi lied with tlie Lest in the market.
GOO!) SAMPLE ROOMS !N CONNECTION.
ravening men.
■■■   iioui s imiil   F
using .-".ample Rooms, fl 50 per iL
■"illl*. 5*?; board $8 per Week', meal*
PRINTING
2£    A FIRST-CLAGS STOCK.   .   .   _*
*/£    HIGH GR-VDE WORK "S
**{    REASONABLE PRICES.    .     .    3j
DRILL
OFFICE
Fruit, Confectionery, Tobacco
Vou ran £et anything in these lines that you
require from us. Our 5tock in each is always
kept fresh and well assorted. We handle the
best the market affords.   Prices are right.
SLOCAN
A.C. SMITH,
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MERCHANT
TAILOR. . .
MEETING  OF COUNCIL
I ROUTlNK  IIUSINKSS   *U.ONK   DISI'OS-
KD OF.
Mill Company titter St'iiio far tlm Sloan
-"uUilIng, bmt tho t'..,ib,,11 Politely
Hv.ll.r. It-Aid, Arnet'a Kealj-iiatlen
U A|.*l*i l.uld Uitr.
Regular meeting of the city council
was held on Monday night, the members all being present.
Communications read: From Aid.
Arnot, being hi* resignation.
From I). Sloan, enoloaing ?ir> for
rent of Sloan building.   Piled.
Prom secretary of the Ixmiil of li-
cense commissioners, stating that a
transfer of the license ■on the Royal
Hotel had boen granted   Filed.
Prom City Solicitor Jorand, rn proposed waterworks schemestnting that
he would write more fully on the sub-
iect wheu he heard from his clients.
Filed.
From H. D. Curtis, secretary of the
Hide Association, asking for the city
challenge cup, donated by the council
In 1901, \Y. S. Jolim-on winning the
cup.
Aid. McNeish and Teeter moved
that Aid. Arnot's resignation lx* further laid on the table.   Carried.
Regarding the proposed cup to the
Rifle Association, the minutes of Octo-
imr 21, 1901, were read, there being no
price mentioned as to the value ofthe
cup. Mr. Curtis' letter was ordered
ackowledged, and the matter of the
cup lsid over for further consideration.
The clerk asked for a new assessment roll, us the old one was tilled tr,*.
Laid over tiii a Inter date.
Hills presented: McCallum .5. 'Jo.,
axe handle, 25c: Woodcock & Co.,hose
coupling, 25c; H. A. Bradshaw, S()c;
snnie. rent of city hull for five months,
•587.60* same, postoflice Ixix rent, 70c;
payroll for October, $%.lib\
The sum of S10 was voted the clerk
on petty cash account to pav small
bills.
The rent bill and payroll were or-,
dercd paid.
The clerk reported a balance of upwards taf $680 in the bank, i
The finance committee repotted in
favor of bills amounting to f>l*2.."V.t.
Ordered paid.
Aid. Worden raised the question of
a donation to the band, it was pointed out tli at no provision had previously been made lor the grant and the
matter was allowed to drop.
Clerk reported a tender had been
received from the mill company for
the Sloan building. The offer was for
1200, payable when all the deeds to
the mill site had been turned over to
the companv by the city.
Aid. McNeisii and Worden moved
that tlu* tender be not accepted.as the
date of payment was too indefinite.
Carried.
Cour.cil adjourned.
Sapphire, on Twelve Mile creek.which
the lessees are shipping as a first instalment. Last week they broke into
a fins Imnch ore, which carries fair
values. The lessees expisct to mako
monev this winter.
IIKNI'KYX INVENTION.
Knrthor  I'arMcvlara   or  tlie  •Sro-.t
Treating Preoeia.
Ora
A Itam Itulln bit Service.
A bum service is in sight for the
Nakusp & Slecan railway this winter,
and the people wilt was wroth. The
not ice of tin* change is contained in
the following intimation to the district
postmasters: "In effect from the 16th
inst. The train service between Nakusp and Rosebery will be reduced to
triweekly, on Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday. The train service between
Rosebery and Sandon will remain
daily except Sunday, so that the despatch to and from Sandon from Slocan
lake points will remain as at present.
You will exchange with Revelstoke
and Calgary and Vancouver points.
however, on* Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday onlv.    Matter   for those
places to  bw  forwarded to Nelson on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday."
"Malting His ''onatlluenta.
Wm. Davidson, the meinlier elect
for the Slocan riding, visited this section ou Friday, with a view to acquainting himself with the wants ef
his constituents In-fore the legislature
ineets on the 26th inst. He is particularly interested ia the ranchers down
the valley and will try to get them
some assistance towards n trunk road.
Mr. Davidson is hopeful the present
trouble in provincial politics will pass
away, as he feels the people are averse
to another general election.
The New York Engineering and
Mining Journal recently contained
these remarks alxiut tho Hendrvx
treatment of low grade ores: A testing
plant if tlu* Hendryx process of elec-
tro-cyaniding is in operation at the
laboratory of CM. Paesett,of Spokane, Wash., for the purpose of demonstrating, to mining men aud to
others interested, tho advantages
claimed for this process for tho extraction of the precious metals from ores
suitable for cyanide treatment. The
Inventor claims that the process will
effectively treat all ores anieuable to
the ordinary method of oytuiiding,
and, besides, can lxi applied to many
others that the latter cannot be used
for, including ores carrying from 1 to
3 per cent copper. Further, that a
complete extraction of the values cau
be made in from three to six hours,
according to the adaptibility of the
ores to this process, and that, consequently, fresh pulp cau be fed to the
tank four to six times a day. The cost
of extraction also is stated to bo low
:   from 25c to 60c per ton.
If the ore bo found amenable to this
process of treatment it is crushed very
fine, to ascertain what percentage of
extraction is obtainable. Then tests
are made with various crusliings, to
determine the size best adapted for
the treatment, of that particular kind
of ore. This determined, the pulp is
fed into a very weak solution of cyanide contained in a circular tank, having a funnel-shaped bottom, alxivo
which is a cylinder rising to uear the
top of the tank. A propeller or agitator within this cylinder causes the
pulp in solution to rise to the top,
whence it flows over sloping plates to
the sides of the tank and thero sinks
to a point below t!»e agitator. The
conteuts of the tank are thus kept in
contiauous agitation until the gold
and silver have bseu dopo-itod on
electrically charged plates. Experiment? are being made with l«ul-cnatod
iron plates, thus giving a softer backing, and permitting a closer saving
when the plates are scraped. It is
claimed that the electric current used
for depositing the precious metals on
the platen not only accomplishes this
purpose, but also aids in the deposition of the gold and silver from solu-
tiou and regenerates a considerable
proportion of the cyanide that would
lie lost were the ordinary agitation
process used only.
The conteuts of the tank can easily
be sampled at any time by catching
in a cup a little of the liquid as it
flows from the cylinder, and having it
tested to tell at that stage of the operations how the extraction is proceeding. The contents of the tanks can
tie drawn off into settling tanks and a
fresh supply of pulp fed in without
stopping the agitator. After the slimes
nnd tailings have settled, the solution
cau be siphoned off for reuse. The
solution is heated before uso, the deposit lieing much more rapid with a
warm solution. The total extraction
made is from 80 to '.Ki per cent of tho
assay values.
The Hendryx process has already
been Litr-idiieed into Mexico, Arizona
and California. The Mexican plant
has a capacity of 120 tons a dav. the
Arizona plant bas treated 12,000 tons;
the California plant is only a small
one, but the process will soon be in
use iu that state on a commercial
scale.       	
Silver Quotation*.
Following are the quotations for liar
silver on the various days during the
week since last issue:
Thursday    n\H\ cents
Friday..    Im   •«
Saturday    58j   "
Mondav     581    "
Tuesdav     58J    "
Wednesday    -
We cany a full line of
Imported    Worsteds,
Serges and Tweeds.
Lul.st designs shown
in l'antitigs.
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Fit, Finish, and Work H
, S3
are guaranteed ES
Gents' Furnishings Selling at Cost &
The stock of the late A, David is offered for sale nt OS
cost,      It comprises Top Shirts, Underwear, Ties, gfl
Collars, Working Clothes, etc., etc.       Come early ffl
nnd get vour choice. fcg
Main Street, - - Slocan H
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flpliiraa  Legal Cull.
Three loeal suits came liefore Judge
Forin in the county court, at Nelson,,
last week. In McCallum vs .Johnson,
for goods supplied, judgment was
given tho former, with costs. Mc-
Latohie vs Sapphire Gold Mines was
for $191, cost of survey; plaintiff secured judgment with costs. In Johnson vs Sapphire Cold Mines.an actio*
to recover Jf'JOO, for services rendered,
judgment was entered for plaintiff,
with costs.
Sapphire Leasee* te SUlp.
Malcolm Cameron has a contract to
bringdown six tous of ore from tho
Helping the Lend Induitrjr.
Owing to the fact of there lieing no
refinery in tho Dominion, au order iu
council has been passed at Ottawa
permitting the entry into Canada free
of duty, or orange mineral, dry white
lead and dry red lead, made from lead
produced from Caimdian ores.
Nai raw Escape.
Mrs. C(**>. T. Moir, formerly of this
place, had a narrow escape from a serious injury at .Sandon on Tuesday.
In hanging up clothes she slipped and
fell, striking her head on a tanie,being
rendered unconscious. Sho had alsj
a sprained ankle.
Governor Toole would call an extra
session of the Montana legislature to
pass a "fair trial" bill, the Amalgamated would at once resume operations in Montana, the order was given
this week for all the mines to resume.
Thu resumption of operations means
the return to work of 20,000 men or
more.       	
OTTAWA (iKTH ITS OKE.
After Meattm of Labar tha Chate  la Cat
en the Kast Vein.
Pluck and determination have won
out ou Tho Ottawa, for the big ore
chute has beeu encountered in the
long tunnel. It is -almost a yoar since
work on this lev>sl was comroejsced and
much discouragement was met with,
but Manager McPhee kept pegging
away and now success has coins to
reward him and his company. It was
while driving this crosscut that surmise was turned i nto a certainty that
tho mine jiossessed two parallel leads,
both of which have beon proven to
carry pay ore.
At tirst what is now known as the
west vein was thought to lie the one
carrying the big ore -chute ia tho upper workings, but the mistake was
soon discovered and the crosscut continued till the cast vein was encountered. Drifting on both followed.with
genuine results. The ore body on the
east vein was struck this week, much
sooner thau expected, proving that it
is expauding with depth. Oil Tuesday
there was 14 inches of high grade ore.
flaked with native silver, exposed in
the breast, being of the same quality
as that fouud in the level above.
Drifting will be continued on tke ore,
and a raise shoved through to the next
level, improving tho air and opening
up stoping ground. This will also
lietter the air in the west veiu workings. When the development gets
wall in hand the force at the mine will
be largely iucreased.
Some idea of the amount of hard
work done on the Ottawa during the
year may be judged from the fact that
1400 feet of ground has lieen broken,
thc bulk of it under contract. The
uow level gives a vast amount of virgin
stopiug groundrensuring the companv
heavy shipments. At the same time,
the west vein is giving ground of additional richness and usefulness, and
may lie called upon at any time for
shipments. It is satisfactory to note
by the success of the Ottawa, that the
mineral deposits in the dry ore belt go
down, with unbroken size and value.
l.raal.j Dividend! la Sight.
Manager Graves, of the Granby
Mines, after inspecting the mines at
Phoenix and the smelter at Grand
Forks, says: "The directors have decided to run the sm.*lter at least six
months with its present equipment of
six furnaces in order to demonstrate
our ability to successfully produce
and treat a tounage of 21(10tons daily,
and to secure sufficient labor and coke
■as well a*, to test the ability of the
railway to handle the tonnage involved. If these conditions all work out
in practice, the question of making a
further addition to the smelter will lie
determined. Every time we have increased our tonnage we have found
that some of these factors have been
lacking, and it has in each instance
usually takeu from three to six mouths
before things ran smoothly. This time
we will inake a crucial test liefore
elaborating our plans for further expanding our operations. The ultimate
aim of the Granby is to treat all the
ore that our mines can produce The
mines are uow equipped to handle
5000 tons of ore daily, and, of course,
we expect to treat that amount of ore
at Grand Forks some day, whether
one year or three years hence. The
policy of the board is t) pay a portion
of the earnings iu dividends, instead
of putting everything into equipment,
as hai been done iu the past. This is
what we expect to do soon, as the
present plant of six furnaces go into
operation and is in smooth running
order. The directors are also of the
opinion that they will pay a dividend
of not less than 1 per cent per annum,
payable quarterly. I mean a 4 per
cent dividend on shares of the par
valuo of $10 each, or 10 per cent on
the soiling price of the Granby stock,
which is at present quoted at $4 per
share."	
Klrh Returns.
Jack Kinmau, who held a lease ou
the D and I, on Ten Mile, received the
returns from ten sacks of ore this
week, the net figures being $87.80.
These figures were very satisfactory
and the lease has been renewed. No
work, however, can bo done till next
OUR , ORE  SHIPMENTS
SUBSTANTIAL   SHOWING    MADB   BT
THIS   DIVISION.
Laalr-Tear'a ghlpaienta Were SSSS Ten.-
A Healthy Uvldenee ef the Life aad
Wealth of the Camp— Katerprlae th*
Biggest Shipper.
There is a blank to record this weok
in ore shipments from tho local division, the Enterprise failing to mater-
ializo. Now that the snow has come
shipnseuts should begin to move more
freely from that property, assisted by
a respectable output from the Black
Prince. The improved situation at
the Ottawa will also tend to swell tho
volume of shipments.
For 190'2 the ore shipments from
the local division amounted to '"'I'j'f
tons, made up from 12 properties.
Following is u full list of the shipments this year to dale:
MINK.
Enterprise	
Arlington	
Ottawa	
Blnck I'rince	
Bondholder	
Dayton	
Re'publis	
Meteor	
Hamilton	
Westownt	
Highland Light.
Alberta	
Cripple Stick...
Nauoeu	
Hampton	
TOTAL
755
•40
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17
.5
12
70
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4
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2
3
2
:2
-5
1094
MINES   AND   MIMNO.
Six men are employed at the Black
Prince.
During October the Idaho shipped
328 tons of ore.
The Monitor shipped (33 tons of ore
during last month.
The force on the Ivanhoe is to be
increasflsd to 80 men.
Last week the Rossland mines sent
out 9t546 tons of ore.
More men have been added to the
force at tho American Boy.
Last month the Nelson smelter
shipped G12 tons of bullion.
Some excellent ore is lieing taken
out of the Bell by the lessees.
The force on the Wakefield mine
was this week reduced to IB men.
Work is expected to be resumed atthe Howard Fraction at au early daW.
Sandon mines last week shipped 200
tous of ore, 98 of which came from the
Ruth.
The construction of the new mess
house at the Enterprise is pretty well
under way.
A rich chute of ore has lieen struck
on the Rambler-Cariboo, 800 feet below the apex.
Two men were put on last week to
improve tho trail to the Black Prince
for rawhiding.
After years of idleness, work is to
resumed on the O K, Rossland's leading free gold property.
Last week the Slocan ore shipments
approximated liOO tons, making about
13,000 tons for the year.
The Granby Minos have two steam
shovels at work in their glory holes at
Phoenix and will add another.
Bob Allen sent a packtrain to Now
Denver ou Tuesday, to pack down a
carload of ore from the Capella.
The annual report of the Hall
Mines smelter shows a loss of 120,000
on general operations for last ym*.
As a result of the first 20 days' ruu
of the stamp mill at the Eva mine, at
Oamborae, 3',l.*i ounces of gold was obtained.
E. Tanghe. a Rossland prospector,
was last week sentenced, at Trout
Lake, to threo months in jail, for
jumping a claini at Poplar creek.
A crown grant is lieing applied for
by W. D. McGregor ou the Crusader
group. Lemou creek. Charley Faan
and Wm. Crawford are the owners.
W. D McGregor, for the ownom, is
applying for a crown grant on the
Weymouth claim, situated on the opposite side of Ten Mile from tho Enterprise.
A big strike of ore is reported from
the Ivanhoe, 12 feet of the shipping
article having beon encountered in the
llutte Mine* lteaumn.
Ill accordance with the promises
made by Amalgamated Copper Co.
officials to the Butte miners, that if
The lessees of the Dayton got their
returns this  week from  their  recent
shipment, and the results are omin
en tiy satisfactory.
Hunter *& Fairbairn havo another
car of ore aliovit ready to go out from
the McAllister grouf), on the north
fork of Carpenter.
Boundary ore shipments last woek
tota'led 164»2« tons.
spring, owing to the depth of snow No g tmme*    u haa creaU>(1 R b|_
preventing supplies going in. stif in t,K, 0Rjnpi
Tho clean-up at the Wilcox mine,
Ymir, yielded 325 oz of gold, valued
at JJ-1000, and $n(X) worth of concentrates. Besides that $2500 worth ol
galena was shipped.
Out of 172,913 shares in the old
London A B. C. tioldtields, part owners of the Enterprise mine, 109,104
.have so far been takes up under tlie
p'ju of ••e-orgauizatiou.
I '
A Love
Match.
♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*»
Uv 3YDVANUS GOBB-,  Jr.
UHAPTl'.K XX.
We left Ohilstlhe in a far-away attic, shut in liy  bolt! ami burs,   fully
enemy,   uml that sho was.    for    the'
present,    Completely   in   hia    power, i
When  .she had fairly    collected    her:
thoughts—and    Iter   simple trust   in
Heaven and her   prayer thitherward I
had greatly assisted her In that    direction—-Sho reile. ted upon her sltua-'
lion and the circumstances  connected
thero with.   Hui sin* could arrive   at
no satisfactory conclusion. When shoj
luul   wearied herself with vnln    s.ir-
inlscs   concerning    the hlddtn.    rcla-
lions that  might  eXIs! between Hugo
and her    iostei'-inot her's QState,     *-he
turned   to thought!! of ISndora    ami
Italph Applcton,   she asked herself if
ii could be possible ilmt Endora "as
an   eiai'iuy,  ami     ill  lOOffllO    "ith   her
ilu* quoation wis  dismissed
allptlll
almost us soon as presented. She
could nol bellovo it Old nntl worn
and haggard nnd ihciepit as the
strange woman had bein. she had
borne in her furrowed fnco
I lie stamp of nu lionet purpose.
Something in her look nud tono and
in hei general bein inn bad i cached
down into Christine's heart, and
awakened faith, No, she could not
doubt  Endora.   she would not.
On tho following morning, Christine found water for bathing, and sho
luni just completed htr toilet, when
the outer door was opened, and a
woman entered, li was a woman of
middle ngo. tall, large and strong,
with a face hard, 10'd and forbidding.
When sho saw that tho maiden was
dressed, she turnod und spoke to
someone in Ihe passage behind her,
mid directly Caspar Hugo enme in.
He bowed and smiled, and hoped thut
Christine had passed
night.
"It is my purpose,
make
coiiil'ortnlile
he     said
a:e    to
had t.ct-
tliink   I
myself,
——————————— lo
you comfortable, and if you
iiud discomfort it must bo of your
Biwn making. This woman is Ann
Selfer. She knows thai you are to
be my wifo, and she knows that I
hnvo brought you here against your
will; and, furthermore, 1 have tried
io tell her the wIioUd story just as it
is between us; so you will have no
need to trouble hn- with yonr ac-
B'oimt. SHU. if J have forgotten
anything, you may supply thc omission. Ann Will wull upon you, aud
be kind to you; und you may make
known to her your wants with tho
assurance that ail proper ones will
be promptly answered. Vou hate
nothing to foar,"
Ann Selfer. wilh hor stout, strong
arms foldetl over her. broad breast
stood for a time and looked at the
shrinking maidon—looked as though
she would read her very soul—and at
length she spoke:
".\liss Christine, since we
live together for a while, we
ter understand each other. I
know all about yon. As for
I am hired by Mr. Hugo, and I shall
servo hiin as well as I can; SO you
will understand nt the. outset that
you are never to ask a favor of me
which he might uol wish to grant.
I'd cut my hand off sooner than I'd
break faith with him. Po yon understand  that'''
I understand,'1 said Christine.
The woman did not appear ugly—
unly linn and strong and coarse; and
tho tirst clear thought in the maiden's mind was that mildness and sl-
la-nt suffering would accomplish more
with such ii woman than could any
degree of complaint  or pervorsoness,
"And you'll try nol to cross me?"
pursued  Ann.
"I will try." answered Christina,
mildly.
The tightly drawn muscles of the
woman's faco relaxed, she had expected a burst of passion, antl had
iatvn prepared for It; bul the preparation had baa.u unnecessary. After n
pause, nnd  in  a  sifter key.  she said:
"I guess we'll get along very well;
and If ever yon feel like blaming nie
for being your, keeper, just hold up,
nntl Instead, thank fortune that Hugo
didn't get a worso woman to do his
bidding, I'm Iiis slave, bound to
hlm by a tie that I daren't break;
so don'l expect mo to g" back 1111
I iiii And now you'll have some
breakfast You aie not to he starved "
...       «     •      .      •
The days thai followed wore much
alike Ann Selfer was kind nnil ron-
*l ii'iate, but (itm iin>i uncompromising in her line of duty; end very soon
< lirlstlne assured hot-sell thn* from
li..i keeper she could gain no help toil nr,i escape
Nearly ovor> evening Caspar rame
In nnd talked with her Sometimes
he was moderate and persuasive .it
n'lior linu-s la* waa. vindl lite ntul
threatening ChrUllne's t'oatmonl
if 1 *i>ii wns always ,!., snme She
oathod ntul despised hlm, and she
'sought not '" coiicorI the fooling
nor dul Abe yel seek to Itrilalo him,
she did the le-t she could tai maintain herself in his presen p    Oikc   he
saial   lo llel
Vour pcrverseniRS, PhiMitliip, rnr
only work vou mischief. M\ wi ■ \t*n
must ho, If .vou f'o nol consei t (•
ihe union, and sufTor ii i Foi ;•• n nn i ■
tin f to i •» '|i lei ly. I v. ill Imi e, ile un
lone tiling of force. I fiflVO vim h
mv power, ,-itul \im dream nol i-ri i
vluit  I   ecu  do."
i liii*-titie nsked If she could nol tw.
Vlexsndar Cofuten,  .she would   lei'
him to give all    that he had to give
In Caspar.
""Tako the money, and let me gaa. i
want It not."
Poor fool!" laughed Hugo, bitterly. "Ho you not know Ih/it 1 love
you? I'd sooner pint with the money
myself than givo Up you. No, no, my
sWrMt   bird, you are mine,    and    thu
sooner you make    up your    mind   to
submit, the sooner you'll lind    pence j
and comfort.!"
tin another occasion,  when    I'hris- ,
tine sought to    know how long    she
was to  bo  kept in that  close  prison, '
Caspar Informed bor that he was only ,
waiting for the   settlement    of    thn
Brookside estate
:'Asaoon," he said, "us "Mr. (.'or/p-
ton is i«ut in possession, whieh will
be very soon, 1 shall leave Huston,
and you will go with me. I only
wait for that." j
Again, Christine ventured to ask
after Paul Waybrook.
"Bnh!" exclaimed Caspar, assuming disgust. "He is beneath your
notice. He is herding with the very
lowest of thu low, and is running
riot in drunkenness and debauchery.
Last evening 1 saw hlm In company
with a fellow named Hainiiint—an
outlaw and a debauchee— and they
wore like brothers. Thank your stars
1 hnve saved you from him."
Christine bowed hor hend. end
groaned aloud. She felt, in her heart
that, this might in the main be true;
and she felt, also, that Paul's deep
love for her—so deep, lhat even tho
dread consequence of a father's curse
could not shake it—lay at the bottom of the calamity- And did Mie
love him the less for this? That night
she prayed not for horaolf, but for
Pnul!
And where, all this lime, waa En-
don!? She was moving early nntl
lato. From her homo of questionable
repute ut the North End, she went
forth at morning, nt noon and at
night;  and.   furthermore,   she   font
forth emissaries of low antl lower
degree. Sho knew the game for whi h
she searched, anil she employed help
accordingly.
If she had really wished to lind
Christine, it niny be naked, why did
sho not employ the police? She had
her reasons. .She suspected the villain, and she dared not put him on
his guard; while he, on his pari, knew
nothing of her.
In short, Endora know much-
knew enough, llut her associations
Wore not always with the low. She
was in communication with parties
In Sfow Orleans; ami with lhe letters
from that city, she sought I'.alp Applcton. and gave them into his
hands. Hor face was assuming a
look more and more hopeful, and he.-,
eyes sparkled with more and more of
the ethereal lire which had once been
their normal light.
And ou a certain morning. Endora,
clo$ely veiled, in company with Mr..
Appleton, was at the Boston and
Albany Station waiting for the New
Vork train. It came at length, and
among the passengers was a tall,
White-haired gentleman whom Endora touched upon the arm.
"Mr. Lefevre!"
"Ah! Mrs.—*---"
'•Hush! This is Mr. Appleton, of
whom 1 have written. Mr. Appleton.
this is Mr. Albert Lefevre, of New
Orleans."
And the two gentlemen, when thev
had shaken hands, accompanied Endora to a conch, and the three were
driven to Mr.  Appleton's dwelling.
About, this same time a change was
made at the chambers of Caspar Hugo. Ann Seller complained of sickness, nnd declaied that an old rheumatic complaint was returning upon
her. She must relinquish her post.
but she could recommend n woman
in every way qualified to take her
place. Caspar said ho would sea the
womnn. She came, and he liked her.
She was a bit too old, but she ev i-
dently possessed nerve and iron
enough for his purpose. Site promised
to guard the prisoner faithfully.
That evening Ann bado the maiden
adieu; and when Christine, startled
antl wondering, asked for au explanation, the woman said:
"1 am not able to stay hore longir;
but be not alarmed, A better woman than I is coming in my plate
She will tell you why the change Is
made 1 ennnot. I'd lil'o you to
ki-s ine before I go, and say that
you hear me no ill-will. I think being with you has made nie better."
Christine kissed her, nntl BtJB'lt'ori
her that she felt no hardness toward
her; nnd Ann Selfer turned nway and
wiped her eyes. Presently sho said,
in a low. guarded tone:
"I have a word for you from the
woman Ihat's coming. If Caspar
Hugo comes in with her you arc not
to show a sign of surprise: if you re-
COgUize her you aro not to Fhow it
so ninth as hy a look. Your very
Ufa may depend upon it. Will you
remember this?"
"I will r.'incmber."
"Then all is well. Bless you, Indy.
and may you see happier days. I'm
glad I've known you. I shall relieve
hereafter that OVorj tiling on Oiar.ti is
not had!"
And with thi* Ann Selfer went
away, and very soon thereafter Caspar Hugo entered, followed by an old
womani whose personal appearance
was Igss inviting than that of the
woman who had gone, but Ivr t*j*es
were blue and blight, and ns Chris*
lino caught their gleaming she started as with nn electric shock; but she
remembered the words of Ann. and,
in onler that she might mako no
sign, she >ni down nnil buried her
face in  her hands.
"I have brought vou n new companion." said Caspar, "and she will
bo as kind to you ns she can be. Hut
I shall not k.ep you here much longer. I have already arranged for our
marriage, and the event Will not be
long dolaycd."
He spoke further, urged om! threatened, and finally took his leave.
Whon he had gone, and his receding footslops had died away in the
lower hall, the woman turtnd the key
in lhe lock of the door, and then approached the maiden.
"Hush! Let no word betray us!"
"Endora!"
"Yes, iny denr Christine    I   have
foniui .• oi nt length."
"And- oh! you are niy friend? Vou
Will   RllVu   M.i".'"
11 null I     i have sought    for    you
laai.r .,,.,,' i h»vo found you, 1 have
stugiit carefully that the enemy
migM not tako warning of my presence." '
•"You—you ore from the outer
world," cried the maiden, afler a
pause, at the same time raising her
clasped hands, "nud may tell mc of
I'nul Waybrook."
Thc fuce of the a^t'd woman loltcn-
ed as with pity instead ol unswer-
ing directly, she said:
"Tel! nie: On the night that you
left the Brookside, how did you
leave?"
Christine told the story; told of tho
forged note, of the ambush, and of
her forcible abduction.
"Did you leave a note behind addressed to Paul?"
"N'o.     Wus one found?"
"Ono was fouml—a forgery, by tho
hnnd that wrote the other—professing to bo from you, addressed tu
Paul, telling him thut you relinquished all claim upon his hand."
Christine started liko one stabbed,
und gasped for breath.
"Hush, dear child! Brighter davs
aro coming."
"Oh, Endora! can you, will you
help Paul?"
"Christine, do vou trust me fully?"
As tho woman usked tbis. she
stood before the maiden, and looked
upon her eagerly, and a strange,
warm light was in her deep-blue
ey<-»s.
And Christine, hor heart moved by
an instinct, of faith and trust that
came from depths unknown, sank
forward, and threw her arms around
Endorn's neck, murmuring, us slu*
pillowed her head upon htr bosom:
"You are the only friend 1 know,
anil f trust you and love you!"
With a convulsive movemont Endora clasped the fair girl in n close
and strong embrace, and kissing her
thrice, while tears trickled down her
cheeks, she said:
"Look up, sweet child; you arc
saved!"
i *.
CHAPTER XXI.
On tho evening of the arrival of
Endora and the departure of Ann
Selfer, Alexander Comptan and Caspar sat together in the lower chamber, with an empty punch-bowl between them. They hud been conversing upon an important matter,
,-nd both showed signs of uneusiness.
"It won't answer." said Alexander.
"We must huvo this thing settled up.
How long do these probate judges
and public, administrators intend   to
pUt  US Off?"
"The.v cannot do it much longer."
returned Caspar. "The whole case
is  clear,  ond   we have only    to      bo
patient,"
"But what is their excuse for this
present delay?"
Caspar was forced to acknowledge
that lio could not exactly toll, lie
had not troubled the probate officers
lately, nol caring to appear too
much interested,
"It cannot bo for a BOttleililltt ol
claims upon anv- ordinary butnis,"
said Alexander; "for that has ail
lieen done. There must be some new
hitch. I wish you would lind out."
"1 will see the judge himself tomorrow. So let us hold up until
then. Can you stand another bowl
of punch?"
Alexander nodded, and his son proceeded to brew the soothing beverage.
During tl.e forenoon ol" the following duy, Caspar Hugo called upou
the judge of probate, and nsked for
information concerning the settlement of the Braokside estate—not
thut ho had uny interest iu the mailer, but the heir. Mr. Compton, was
anxious to know how much longer he
would be dotaiiKSd  in Huston.
His honor was slid and morose. He
ct t'ld tell nothing about the matter.
The business was in thu hands of
iho administrator, to whom application for information might be mude.
Caspar left the judge, reeling rather unpleasant; but he sought to keep
up a stout heart, und slnco he hail
set out for information, he wus
bound to follow up the search. He
at length found the administrator,
and appealed to him.
".My dear Hugo," said the public
functionary, tapping his visitor familiarly upon thc shoulder, "1 know
there hits been a gootl deal of delay; but I hnve matters ubout dear
now. A lawyer—a certain Ralph Appleton—perhaps .vou know him?"
Caspar Bald ho had heard of him.
'Mr. Appleton," pursued Ihe administrator, "acting for Christine
St. Clulr, put in a bill for services
performed by that young lady in Ila-
chel's family."
"Lot thc bill be allowed, by all
means," said Caspar, eagerly.
"There is no need," answered ths
other. "Tho girl does not appear,
and hor attorney withdraws the
claim. 1 saw hiin last evening, nnd
he gave me informal ion to thai of-
feet."
"Then," ventured Caspar, "the
business may be soon set tied'1 '
"Very soon We may hold an In-
fiirnuil meeting lo-morrovv; and if
we do, your presence, with that of
ilr. Compton, will bo requisite l
think  we may   present   a clear  claim
to-morrow."
shall i consider myself officially
notified?"
"No," suid the uilmiuis'.r.itor, with
a smilo. "Thnt would be hardly legal. 1 will drop you n nolo this
evening. I must see the judge, nnd
hx upon on hour "
And Caspar went away vowing
Within himself thnt lhe public administrator was a gentleman, and
that his business wns sine.
That evening on his way home,
Caspar Hugo took from tho post-office a missive from tho administrator. It was a double note—containing in the same envelope a notification for himself und one fur Alexander Compton; and the purport of
the not Idea i ion wos to the following
effe. I
. /        lOOHTU-UKn.)
<•,«•• For tha Inebriate.
A traveler has mude tbs observation
thst coffee drinking people sre very
seldom given to dntnkennes i. lu Bra-
Blli for Instance, where ceffee Is grown
extensively end all the inhabitants
drink it many times a day, Intoxication
Is rare!"* seen. The effect Is not only
noticeable among the natives, but the
forclgoer who settles tbere, though
possessed of ever such a passion for
htiniig drink, gradually loses Ids Uklug
fur alcohol ss be acquires tbe eeffoe
drinking habit of the Brazilian.
TALCS THAT DADDY TELLS.
When nlslit Blt> round an' su..[>.-i m nla,
Hail lights IiIh pipe fer Mtaultltt'
An' sits th' newspaper an' aet.
To me, n kinder Jpkln'.
"Now, Hull. I'll take yor wool off 'lei!
Vou hurry up those altppars."
(He knows he couldn't 'eause ll'i took
A'rea.ly with Hi" clippers.)
An' then he nets au' imokei na' r.-ad!,
An' tnotlter sets a-MWln'
A-niaklti' clo'eB for lllter—1'prll!
Vou ItOW llml kid Is j.! in win'!
An' I Jee' sorter wait aroun',
A-hopin' dad'i most through It,
'I'uuse llien he'll toll me 'hunt th' tali
"l"a ed a Slant to It.
"They ain't no news but polytlks,"
l'ltneliy <!aal 10!, a-.vatvnln',
"All' John Smith's pitlnllu' of his I'miee,
An' Green's put up an swnln'."
Ka> then I elinil) up oa hi! knee,
An' he soi', •'Vou young urchin,"
An' rubs his whiskers 'gainst my fuce
An' think! I rifl-ed a ulrchln',
"But, waal." he sex, "onet on a tlm*
Was Jaek tit- Giant Ulller"-
An' telli about th' rt red (fleet thlnsi,
"I' J'."' plnmli sl.i'cr s follow.
An' lion Jack sworded off their heads.
Au' all lh' liluoil 'twas maldn',
An'. Jininy Qcs, when bedtime ootnea
i meak iitntulri .hs' uiinkin'i
—TiuMi'in    Robert    Andrewi    In    l.eilli'S
Monthly.
Her   l allla-a liana
"Did vuu ever have this collecting
tnanl.i'.'"
Oh, Jnst it little-iml ns a fad. you
know. I never cured about collecting
teaspoons or bangles or china or booki
nr coins or stamps or any of those useless things, hut In n modest way and
in another line I hnve found u greal
deal of enjoyment collecting"—
"What?" demanded the aggressive
girl ns the demure sirl paused.
"Well, I've spent three seasons at the
seashore colloctlug engagement rings,
nnd there ls n joyous excitement nbout
It that It is ulmost Impossible to describe."- Itmoklvn Essie.
I
•in
a most   interesting place of pil-
grlmago in
lnibliu  is 1st.
Mii'linn'
• buifh,  where  the  organ   is slill    to
1 bu seen upon which  Handel is said lo
-aftvii  composed   hi,'   ".Messiah."
|    .Wwion    is    tho    most  common    of
'town names In England.     H  occurs
.jithor   alono or with Homo affix   uo
loss  thun   ""  times.
It takes a KeniiiM to .
without   being  t.hu    „        »  "i"-,!,,I
finances, *m ui „ I
Then* ure three thousanil
i London, Ei
American
meet lea" in London, En
Klilliil
mull, i.
mports   have i
S-i.St-.iKio.ooo in ton years      .'"'""iml
,?573.*»0,000 In  .ho's»1,,,\Vl',iN',*l
The harder you cough thc worse
the cough gets.
iShiloh's
Consumption
••Lo-XirC    The Lung Tonic
is a guaranteed cure.
If it doesn't
benefit you
the druggist will give
you your money back.
Prices 26c, 60c. and $1.00
S. C. WILLS A CO.
Toionto, C'iiia. I eRjy, N.V.
L
Kind I.ads—"Ho vou wore in one
place for three ycais V \\ h> did you
leave ?
Tramp—"I wtw pardoned, ma'am."
A Vdteran'a Story. Oeorea Uwii
of Shamokin, I'i wrll<*i : "I :>na olnl-ty
years ol ase. I hav* been tro.in'a.i with
Oatarrh ifl.r fifty yenn, i,i,al in my time
huvo ua-fl-il ii tiu.it many catarrh curea,
Iml never Im.l m,v l'«ll*l a:ri*.tl 1 .i-aal pr.
Affnew'i Catarrhal Pottder One l.oi
cBireil  mr conu>let*ly."    .'.ii cents.—S5.
Many a ina-.i who poses ns the air
chiii'B-t of his own fortune \*.•.ui<I ha
in hard imi: if the building Inspector were on  to  his  lob.
Minard's Liniment Cures Garget in Cows.
The wise man has sense enough lo
tako good advice, and generall.t lakes
his own
" To   Starve, is a  Fallacy. Thr
flilitimi to "ion eaitiaie berntiM 'on hnv*
InrlliTMtion  luni  lonn  SlllCC heen  rx|.loil*tl.
'•        .....   *4tftn'H    I'i"" ,'a    ',.   -| all, is   Intro*
duceit   ■   new   ern   la   tl."   treatment    of
.-.tiaJ.Ax     llUUblk-k. it      Itlta     l.aaa.a'.l     IIihI
one t'.i'V Ml In" fill iii anyltlins n nd
everything he relishes, nmi em* it.lilsl
taken iiPer ill* meal Will ulil Un* Itom*
• rh  In doing  ltd  woik.    60  In  n l.ox   flf,
cents.—34.
It will ruin any man t<i he hon
pecked. We never kne** such a nini
to amount  io anything.
!t!i.isru"s Liiiinv'iil Cures Diphtheria.
In   Itrtrral.
The (fugitive— Now—If I only -hud—a
hot of tucks to   si'at (if I'd win  in a
walk!-New York Evening Journal,
Inlromiretlon.
One can Accomplish but little when
all Is snld. for, make no mistake aliout
It. however inilcll we pow nnd strut In
the World, In lhe snlliuile of our own
al miles tbere lire lew of us but know
how the fault! ninl blemishes of our
< raft stnnd out and Blare us In the
face In remind us Hint we are small
enough snd halting enough to he nl-
wnys learning, uever quite gloriously
achieving,
Aoekoredi
A llltle chap four years of n/*c met
Willi   the   DliBfartlltIO   In   have   his   'mt
blown Into the river. When ho reached
! home Ills father snld lo him:
!     "It's a wonder yoll didn't blow over
. board 100."
•     "I couldn't." was the tpila k response
i "I was fastened to uiy feet!"
WOMEN HAVE
KIDNEY DISEASE,
And  Often   Make   the   Mistake   ef  Attrihuttng \u I
Resulting BackaoSie to Othos* Causes, |
BR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.
llany women have kidney disease
and tlo not know it. They confuse
the symptoms of kldnoy disease with
thoso of ailments of a feminine nu- l
ture. We would warn you against
this dangor, as a few days' neglect
of kidney disease may uieati yeurs
of suffering. '
Pains In the smnll of the back or
WeakllOSS and lameness of tho back
aro the most marked symptoms of
kldnoy diseases; othors are loss of
flesh, dry, harsh skin, deposits iu the
urine, swelling of the feet and le.'^s.
severe headaches, Btifl'noBS nud sore-(
ness of the muscles, rheumatic pain*'., '
cold chills in back and loins, scalding, painful urination, weariness ami
despondency. i
There is, we believe, no preparation extant which afford^ such
prompt    relief    for    backache and the
other distressing symptoms ot kldnoy
disease ns l>r   chase's Kldnoy-Llver
l'ills.     That   this   preparation i.s o
thorough cure is ovltlnn
scores and hundred! ,.
from reputable po >p;,, ,n
life.
Mrs.    \\    Wilkins.      |],
Belleville, Ont., states
a K'rent deal with pains
Of    tho    buck    caused    |
troublo. "i\ liouever I • • ,.
scarcoly   rlso   again, n
so groat.     The    disease
severe    that   it   alTecli I
health,     nnd   I   wus   i,
much    run  down       s,;
Chase's Kldnoy Llvtr r i
that my troublo has en
peiinal.    I   run   spotlit   ;ii
terms of this mod	
ll   acted  in  my case."
IV. Chaso's Kldni . I.lv
pill a dose. 33 cents o
dealers, nr Edmonson i
Toronto. To proterl
Imitation! t!.,' put trail u
of Dr. A. VV, Chose „:
box.
■;,u" nt-
all vallnl
"v   8t"*J
," 1 ''iiHen-i
;   '   i ■' III
":"    laltlnq
'i'B'll   1   CllU|aB
Mi   y   ,.,,,,
Ill i'ii:, „  ig
:
"nini*    ten
' '■'■''"   In.
Is I can -d
'■'    il*.l|>,
Hl"    llik'|,«,|
n»i the m, |
"' Pills, out
'■■'x' ai .ii I
lutes 4 Co,
M"' ».-.i:i.:i I
ml * ■.-.'natural
on   every
Ht   Dropped   the
Subject, JVot K.nctving
Cv.'i-.v   rloud    hns  a        ■■ |:nis_
and   hero   h  where  cl mil.   ......  ■,;,,
bulge on '. i ou* era poi
Thr   inure   11 .'   ,i v > i , .   -..'.»>
athet'H  i ha- more he > e pe, 'a h uisul
..                     >     a    aa             r                ■        ».   I Saal'.'fl.     t -. 11' 11     LratT     III,a.I     I lii.il    [
"leu thousand dollara for n ilo.1;" he ■     ..   .                .,
• a-, u the.v   v.itnt.'il lu ri || ihpni.
ezclatnied as he lotiked up from lis 	
newspaper.    "Do you believe any one
ever paid nny such price, MariaV"
'Tin sure I don't know, James," she
returned without Stopping her needle* 	
Kry^iTKUr" '° ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT
Yes.  There's an article on valuable Rerao»ee   all   hard,   eoft   or ta\\mA
, ..           ,       ,         ,,    ,                . , , Mmps  nnd   DlCDlline!   Irom  bortn, ;.0'*1
"S, and it speaks of one that was sold ,„,un, c,,r|,,. ipiinti,  rlnubont. UMir,
for$10,000,   I don't believe il!" itlflea.   sprafaii;  cur.*>i  n ie unit iwoowil
"It may  be  true, James."  she  said 5T5rone^ltleVV-lrrtn''iVaMll
quietly.    "Some of  these  blooded ani- I »ond«rful lllemliih Cure tv»r .no»aa
doi,'
mall  bring  fancy   prices,   nntl  there's
no particular reason why  the paper
Hold   by   ill   ali'.ici;. ■••
slia.uM lie about ll."
Manv   n   man   v. ho  hi
l know that Maria, but just think
. ,.   life n-'v er gets n chui I
of it: Just try to grasp tbe tnagnitude     Th0 hMUhv B|0W di«..i
of  tbat sum  in  your  weak,  feminine [cheek   nnd   moanina   nmi .   : —
mimi:   vou don't mm to wlto It   ;;■■•,.;;"',-';;,.;>%\  ■
Ten thousand dollars for a dog!   WTiy, j|*,tothpr nraves' Worm im™ '»•-"• J|
hang It, Maria, lh.it s more than 1 nui
worth 1"
*'I   know   lt,  Joseph,   but  som» nre
worlh more than others."
an II
\     ii.. n   thinks   tie■.■• '"'
man   in   lh-'   iu.,1.1   v.la
Bhe went on calmly with her aewlng,   not .. nulsono
while he finned nnd sputtered for a
mouicnt and then dropped the subject,
especially the weak, feminine mind part
of It—Chicago Post.
Minard's Liniment Cuas Colds, ed
,      I rop      iaf      a a
• • |uals       lifti en slxliM i
wm 1,1- a onsmnpt ion
ihls V"*
Pll0« cureJ in 3 to 0 nights-
...»   t -  \,.'nt*ii i
u plication  cl'-.s lent i       ,'.,„,
n   at In   i boon  fo    ''     M    ""„,,.
;   |   ■    Hleedins Vllet    M  relieve   )--;
,.,,l   permanently.    In   nkin  eruption
ttnnds  trlthout  o   rival
Imonlalt  if  Vou  -aont eviac
■   —38.
     j It
I itouiandi •'
net.   tl
i=nt_x- \---S-kz.
$i00 Reward $100.   ^
T,.0 ,.;„..,■; of ;:n» :■<:-•   '        ' '
1,,-aiii tli .1 .1.'i<- l« »•• Itaat 0S«
l-Y       a-V       **»J  (    J lll.l't-      ll-U't   '  "     '■'
VJ1-"-        ****** ocilne diMUy ■»*jyinll,*\i*,,^!j
"Were you ever in love, .lames V" ','.     '.',.,'   r the
"Huh:   I've had dat fool disease so ticni   tre'n**tii i   ■ ■■■•■
ften  dat   r..,   immune   now."* Ban :".".;';.'     '."      ■ ■■ ..,.  I
"rnnclsco Examiner. , i •• ■ ,,;:'! ',
n
Pn
wiiiIibi; tu Call ii Sqnare.
"Call me a liar, tlo youV" exclaimed
(he   little   man   with   the   rid   head.
"You'll apologise for thai or lake a licking'"
The otber man repeated tho offense.
Then there was a Qghl
11 was n fierce liatlle, but tlie other
■inn whipped,
"l didn't waul to do It," he said, "bul
nothing else would satisfy you."
The little  uian   picked himself up,
brushed the dust   >ir his clothes, 11
moved  the evidences of lhe conQlei
from   his  nose and  turned   to  his  nn
ta gonial,
"I   accept   your   npology,"   he   ssi i
«!iilly,  rhia'iiKo Tribune,
Tu Cheapen n Portrait,
Old Uncle it'ii wanted lo hue bis
portrait pnltiled, but he did uol .are to
pay very much for It.
' Surely   that  Is il   very   large  sum,"
he said   when  the nrllst   named  the
price.
'I'he nrtisl protested .and assured hlin
that   BS portraits  weni. that was very
little tn ask.
tiii'l" lien hesltnted. "Well," he said
al length, 'how much will it be If 1 fur-
nlsh ihe paint?"   l.ipplncott's.
The .luilmi  Wan lllivt.t.
Judge.  Ynu say you gnl thai Mm k
eye .".i Ih" I'eSllll  of ll  blOW  by  the lie
fendnulV
I'f.isi'i uiinn Wil ness—Yes, sir
Judge—Tell nio Ike circumstances under which he .-.ii nek you,
Prosecuting NVIliit-sn This man mot
nn* ne  i   ivns I'oiiiliig along L'alvurl
ii'i'.l wlllstllllfl ' Hiiiwiitlin." nml-
f.it any rnae Ihlt II ' ' ^^
af  [,*■ .       .a a -       '■'' "' ' '   .,,.    ..-.,*,
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sa'.! by  ill  ' ''■ ' '',    ,    .
Haii'i Fai illy Pill" »^ ""'.] .
'II a  sl lined  cl.-.-s  window  J
mcnioi v   of   Di    Pai' ■ ■*-
Temple,      London,    rep     ''    .,
Pnul's fnrcwcll  to il '"' ' ''   .' ,
....    The faces of tl"' ■ 'i;"" '," ,'„,
noblo    nnd   slrikliiR >'       /
lov i'i   panel Ihci o is n
11.ni  ni  in    I'arkei
Give nature three helpM-J
nearly every case of cjj
sumption will recover, i •.
air, most Important or »»
Cherry
Pectoral
Nourishing food comes J**j
Then, a medicine to co"'
llipcouahand heal the Iubp
Ask any good doctor.^
" I flrtl Dl!d Ayr'ai I■' <!"'" '"    ,i mii<„»"'
buo.   I lana m"-ii t/i'i   ';' : i I....
SJlOlctirral hf It.   Iaaiii"'s". ,  .ti». C*l">-
ALU»l'l'U. IUUIM"-"- ' (V,m-*.,
MEimsmm for mm    •***
Consumpl
.ludge  'I hai 'lido,   The prisoner Is    Health-domnndf" dtii'v »':,,•
dlitulssed,   Ualtlmore American. bowels. AW «*«<•"•w,,n SUPPLEMENTTO THE DRILL, ■"«£*
Die of Lands for Unpaid Delinquent Taxes in the Slocan
Assessment District, Province ot British Columbia.
Name of Person A.ssrssrd
reby give notice that on Tuesday, the 8th day of De
Hill, Alfred	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Fletcher, F	
Bourne  Brothers
Grimmett, M. L.
Hill, A	
Elliott, John	
Elliott, John	
Short DriKriptlon of Properly
, hereb.y g.ve nonce mat on uesclay, the 8th day of December, A. D. [903. at the hour Sum! John
I*ten0 clock in the forenoon,, at the Government Ollice, at Kaslo, B. C I shall sell it McOilllvray,
ublic aucti0n the lands hereinafter set out oi the persons in said list hereinafter set out, for SK John
ie delinquent taxes unpaid by said persons on the 31st day ol December,   1002, and for in- Elliott, John
..    ...I       .MlalM-ltlCilt' I   I *,  I   •   1    ■    I   .    I  1     1 . i I* I t • •       . . * l?l1i,,ll> l«.»l .*.
ere:
c0Sts and expenses, including the cost of ad
advertising said
sale.
al   Pa.TS4.ll  AsHMWl
Shorl Dencription a,i Pro
FORKS.
uIIpii, A'   '
ivln, H ■
ullen, "*■• •■
outer, V\ 01,
Win.
p,
u
leattn
llankem
Wm.
b. hai
ilucbanan,
lucban 1
r ■
1
Buchanan,
li
fucba
Whanan,
Ko hana
Buchanan,
pucbanan,
fiu I
fiuclianan,
pucbaiiiiii,
fcicbanan,
p"
Rurlian.l''
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trusti '•)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
(Trustee)
Tint e
Lot 26, lllock 5 ..
[Lot 34, Block 5 ..
Uits 35-36, Block
Lot 4, Block 7 	
Lot 28 (half of), Block 8 ,
Lot 28 (.half of), Block 8 ■
AIU'K.NTA.
Block 2 	
Block ■! 	
Block 5 	
Block 9 	
Block  12  	
Block 21   	
Lots l-l. Block 26 	
'Lots 17-20, Block 26  ....
Lots 6-12, Block 27 	
l.nt 21   Block 27  	
Lots 11-12, Block 28	
Delinquent Taxea
icLeotl
lacbanan
Buchanan.
hicbanan
i
lo
rJgli   Mi
lerley Chi
r
fnkr.ovn .
(Trustee)   .Lots 21-22, Block 28	
(Trustee)  Lots 1-8, Block 29	
0, (Trustee)   Lois 13-16, Block 29	
o. (Trustee)  Lots 8-4, Block 33 	
O. (Trustee)  Lots 18-14, Block 38	
0. (Trustee)  Lots 15-16, Block 34 	
o. (Trustee)  Lots 9-12, Block 36	
igua   Lots 1-4 (.".'I feel of), Block 40
Q  O. (Trustee)   1 Lots 1-
G, 0. (Trustee)  Lots 1-
G  ii. (Trustee)  Block
G, i). (Trustee)  Block
i;  ii  iTrustee)  Block
AINSWORTH.
S  Lot  II, Block A	
11 Lot  10, Blnck 1)	
is Lot 10, Block D	
H Lots 50-61, Block G	
  Lot 20, Block Q	
Block 42
Block 44
E.
K.
Taxes
*> 7.20
12.00
8.00
6.40
.40
1.60
3.13
;: 13
5.13
3.13
3,13
:; 92
1,45
1.05
1 58
,39
.92
3.04
1.57
.78
2.40
•MO
4.00
9.00
8.00
9.60
"..3**
3.12
3.12
5 13
Interim
DnteofSale
Statutory
Casts
unal
Expeimofi
Lot 3
Lrota
Lots
• Lois
I.tit 9
I> Lot 7, Block EIB	
l'l LOT   BAY.
, Block 4  	
19-20, Block 7 	
, Block 8 	
acres, Wharf Reserve 	
BALFOUH.
I, Block 3  	
18-19, Block 9 	
1-2, Block  13  	
7-8,  Block 13  	
1-:', Block 14 	
, Block 22 	
Robert  Lots 3-4. Block 23	
E Lot 8, Block 23 	
S    Luis 3 land 10, Block 30 	
HOWSER.
 Lois 13-14 (E. 1-2), Block 134 	
William  Lot 12, Block 130 	
 Lol 10, Block 148 	
BAND &. MILLER'S ALU. TO KASLO
Jounce, R. 0 Block  B.,
Ibaw k McGarrlgle Block 15*
'ounce, li. i; Block 29
'ounce, II. G Block 33A.
mas, et al Block 54
'■!■■■ "   Hi iry  block ail
l! a    i
Bounce,
Bounce,
pounce,
■
■ ■
arrei
turner,
pvyer, H. I  Lot i
hark, David    Lots
pari i     . Frank   Lot i
Ruby, Mrs	
Hewton William
herti n, E R, ,
k: i irthy, 1 tiomi
BcNIven, John .
I . ui Brothers
UnsKravc Robert
jtnsgravi
Jlarke, C.
toll   E   :
onsen. J.
ustafson,
by A .
1.60
1.60
2.00
.80
.08
1.60
4.80
10.00
6.00
12.00
.24
.48
.32
1.92
.12
.24
.12
.16
1.20
2.40
.SO
jfcDonalil, J I
¥ '<>■ i il'   John
V ''' :
•■•■      ■'■ R   K.
IMbi'I, lid ■)
pcDona     :,,
■ ii
Iggs  I"
,:- ■    '■'■'   ll
'' John
ai  ni im
I11
|cDo
D
n
John
Block 116
Block 118A.
lllock 11!"
MCDONALD'S ADDITION TO KASLO
'Lots 1-S and 16-22, Block 4  	
'Block 5 	
Lots 1-5 and 11-16, Block 6 	
Lois 16-20, Block 6 	
Blocks 7 and 8    	
Lol   1. Block 9 	
l.ms 13-16, Block 9 	
Lois 1-3. Block 10  	
Lot  11.  Block  10  	
Lot 12. Block I"  -	
Lota 6-12. Block ll 	
Lots 15-16, Block  ll  	
Lots 17-20.  Block  11   	
Block  12  	
Balance Of Lots and Blocks 	
HOSEBERY.
Lot  21.  Block  30  	
Lot
l 10-13, Block
20  .
NEW
DENVB
R
Lot
1, Block O. .
Lot
12, Block ."■  .
Lot
in. Block 13
Lol
12 (part of>.
Hock
13
Lol
4. lllock 16  .
....
Lot
,*,. Block 1"' .
l,nl
13,  Blink   16
Lota 27-2S. Block
17  .
2.40
2.40
.80
1.20
4.00
.16
12.80
.72
3.20
.40
2.S8
1.12
3.52
1.60
6.75
.16
23.00
Lois 3-4, Block IS ...
l.,iis ll 16, Block is .
Li,t 26, Block is ....
Lots 26-26, Block 19
Lota i 2, Block 2" ....
Lois  11-12.  lllock 20 .
i,,,i  is. Block 20 ....
i.ut 7. Block 21 	
.,,1   14.  lllock  21   ....
Lots 15-16, Block 21 ..
Lol 6, Block 22  	
Uit 9. Block 33 	
ILots 25-2S, Block 34 ..
Lot 7, Block 86 	
Lota  15-16, Block 35  .
ILots 6 nnd 6, Block 3G .
...I. 15, Block 3G 	
A Lots 20 nnd 23, Block
Lots 21-22, Block 37  ,
36
Lots
Lois
Lots
Lots
23-24, Block 38
25-27, Block nn
22-23, Block 43
1-2 and 4. Block
41
Lois 7-8 nnd 17-18, Block 44
Uti  27. Block  46   	
Lot 1, Block 47 	
I>itR 9-10, Block 48 	
Lot 26.  Block 48   	
T,ot C. Block 50 	
I/)ts  12-14,  Block  51   	
Lots 5-6. Block 53  	
Lots 9-12. Blot* 53 	
Lota 13-17, Block 53  	
1.20
2.40
320
4.00
1.20
.80
son
.80
.so
.sn
.48
1 It
1,76
1.60
.so
.64
.40
2.00
.16
.04
6.SO
1.60
1.04
.80
.60
.80
.80
4.00
.40
.48
.48
.64
.32
.60
.16
.16
.08
.24
.16
8.60
.40
.70
1.32
.88
.70
.04
.17
.34
.34
.34
.34
,34
.43
.16
.11
,17
,04
.10
.33
.17
.08
.26
.26
.44
1.05
.88
1.05
.58
.34
.34
.55
.17
.17
.22
.08
.00
.17
..".2
1.76
.66
1.32
.02
.05
.03
.03
.21
.01
.03
.01
.01
.13
.28
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.04
.08
.08
.08
.08
.08
.OS
.26
.26
.08
.13
.44
.01
1.40
.08
.35
.04
.32
.13
.38
.17
.01
13.63
.13
.26
.35
.41
.13
.OS
.SS
.08
.OS
.08
.nr,
.16
.10
.17
.OS
.07
.04
no
.ni
.no
.75
.17
.11
.08
.06
.08
.08
.41
.04
.05
.05
.07
.03
.06
.01
.01
.00
.02
.01
.94
.04
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.0U
2.00
2 nn
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.(10
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
200
2.00
2 oo
2 00
2,00
'_• mi
2.00
2.00
200
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Elliott, John
Elliott, John
Elliott, John
Total
$ 0.09
15.32
10.88
9,10
2.11
3.77
5.47
5.47
5.47
5.47
Johnson, E	
Hammond, C. K. .
Boisvert, William
Mulvey, T	
! Hauck, Paul  '.
Allen, R, E	
W. J.  .
NEW  DENVER—Continued.
Lots 1-4, Block 54  	
LetB 24-26, Block 54  	
Lota *s.-17, Block 55 	
Lots 19-20 and 25-26, Block 65 ...
Lots 3-6, Block 56  	
Lots 7-8, Block 56 	
Lots 15-19, Block 56  	
Lots 25-27, Block 56 	
Lota 2-3, Block 59  	
LotB 2 and 7-8, Block 60 	
Lots 27-28, Block 60 	
Lots 3-6, Block 61  	
Lots 25-26, Block 62	
Lots 8-10, Block 63 	
Block 69  	
Block 80   	
Block 85   	
BRANDON.
Lots 1-2, Block 2 	
Lot 6, Block 2  	
llelinquent Taxed
Taxe
Interest
Date of Sale
M
E.
M.
M.
, i nompBOn,
Grady, M,
Bendlum, J.
, Bandilands,
j Wilson, 11	
Dover, 3	
Hume, <'. B	
Finley & Knowles
Barry & O'Brien
2.56
.24
.24
.32
.32
.16
.40
.24
.16
.24
.16
.32
.16
.24
.80
.80
.80
2.48
3.20
5.47  Bowser «•*- Wilson 	
6.35 Dover, J	
McKinnon, J. A. & Co.
I>a, is.   It.   C	
Brandon, Joseph   	
Dover, J	
McDonald, A. K	
Lane, T. R	
Mills, T. ,1	
Dover. J	
Benedlum, J. M. M	
Elliott, J. H	
Carey, Mrs. A	
Grady,  William   	
1'nknown 	
Qrady, Michael  	
Wilson, B	
3.60
3.16
3.75
2.43
3.02
5.37
3.74
2.86
4.66
4.66
6.44
12.65
10.88
12.65
7.93
5.46
5.46
7.68
3.77
3.77
4.22
2.88
2.08 i
3.77'
7.32
19.76 !
8.66
16.32
Lot 7, Block 2   I   320
Lots 15-16, Block 6 	
Lot 3, Block 7  	
Lots 6-7, Block 7 	
SILVERTON'.
Lot 9, Block  2   	
Lots 11-12, Block 2  	
Lot 1, Block  3  	
Lot 17, Block 5 	
Lot 1, Block 6  	
Lot 8, Block 6 	
Lot 15, Block 6  	
Lot 3, Block 7  	
Lois 11-12, Block 7  	
Lota 17-18, Block 7 	
Lot 21, Block 7 	
Lots 7-8, Block 8 	
Lot 8,  Block  10   	
Lot  18, Block  10   	
Lot 21,  Block  10  	
Lot 3,  Block  11   	
Lots 13-14,  Block
Lot   1,  Block  13
Lot 11,  Block  14
Lots 21-24, Block
Lots  1-2,  Block 32
Lot 11, Block 32  ..
Lots  13-14, Block
Lots 23-24, Block
Lot 4, Block 33
Lot 6, Block 33
11
29
32
32
a.oa
2.35
2.35
4.13
2 13
o 07
2 13
2.17
3.33
4S8
2.88
Grady, Michael   Lot 9. Block 33 	
Jackson. G. A Lot 10 (half of), Block 33  ..
Daigle, S JLot 13, Block 33 	
McMillan, A.  H ,Lot 14, Block 33  	
Tyree, Mrs. M. L Lot 20, Block 33  	
Grady. Michael  'Lots 1-2, Block 34  	
Lane, R. T Lot 6, Block 35 	
Daigle, S 'Lots 11-12. Block 3S  	
Grady, Michael  Lot 18. Block 41  	
Tingling, John  Lots 23-24, Block 41   	
COLUMBIA.
Blckford,  William    Lot 7, Block 22 	
ROBSON
Levesque, Louis   Lots S-10. Block 2  	
LARDO.
McDonald & Bradford  JLots 5-6. Block 20  	
Proulx, George   iLot 10, Block 23  	
Johnstone, George  Lots 15-10, Block 35  	
Reld, J. A Lot 22, Block 35  	
WEST   SLOCAN.
Mulvey *i Clements  iLots 1-13 and 15 	
Mulvey & Clements  Lots 17-20 and 22 	
Mulvey Sc Clements  Lots 24, 30, 43  	
Oingei*. G.  C Lot 28   	
Farrel, Henry   Lot 37 (N. 1-2 of)    "...
Mulvey ii Clements  ,Lot 45 (S. 1-2 of) 	
Mulvey & Clements  Lots 47, 48 and 51-52 	
Harris, William   Lot 45 (N. 1-2 of)  	
.08
2.40
1.60
.40
.80
1.20
.60
.80
.so
.60
8.00
1.80
1.20
,60
9.60
,60
1.60
.i'.o
■ SO
1.20
.40
.40
8.00
2.40
3.20
1.80
12.80
.80
.80
1.60
2.80
2.40
.60
1.20
2.40
.80
3.60
.28
3.60
.80
8.00
Wichman. A. P	
McRae, Alex. F	
2.88JQethtag & Henderson
2.88  Woodcock. T. D	
2 SS Mulvey & Clements
2.88
2 88
2.88
2.44
2.SS
2.88
L'SS
2 SS
2SS
2.88*
Lot  53   	
Lot 66 (N. 1-2 of) 	
Lot 56 (S. 1-2 of)  	
Lot 61   	
Lots 62, 63 and 65-78  	
Mulvey & Clements  Lots 133. 135, 138, 140, 131 	
Mulvey & Clements  Lots 142, 144, 146, 155 	
Mulvey & Clements  Lois 157, 160, 162. 164, 166,168	
WHITEWATER.
Flint,  F Lots 26-27. Block 8    16.00
5.60
30.25
1.60
.80
3.36
.72
1.04
1.20
.20
.20
1.60
.20
.80
.40
4.00
.24
3.84
.40
.32
.48
.McDonald, W. J Lot 21
4 66
4 66
2 ss
3 33
6.44
2 17
16 in
2.SO
2.44
520
3 26
5 90
'. 77
9.50
2.17
138.53
• 33
4 66
6 41
:: 33
"  sS
'        SS
n ss
! R8
'.' vs
2 53
3 60
." 95
3.77
2 88
2 71
2 ii
2.17
■• 04
9.65,
i:5
2.SR
2.66
2.88
2 38
8.44
2.44
2.53
2.53
2.71
2.35
2.66
2.17
2.17
2.0R
2.26
2.17
11 54
2.44
G. A.
Fletcher. Frank    • Lot
Wolley. C. P.
Pilklngton, Sir
Payne,  George   	
Shook, James C	
Mulvey. Thomas   ...
Fair. J. Albert  	
Boisvert. 0	
Peters. K. L	
Fletcher. F	
Shields.  A	
Mirror Lake lee Co.
Rathborne, M. R. W
Blandv. A. P	
Bluntly. J. C	
Lendrum, T. J	
Selotis, Harold 	
Squires, F. J	
White. Bruce 	
McDonald, J. A. ...
McDonald, John •..
Maraden, Chris. ...
Marsden, Chris. ...
Lewis. Thomas  ....
Terry, James  	
Terry, James  	
McKay, David 	
Stulilis. William ...
Mulvey. Thomas ...
lullnson. Mrs. Mary
Potter, J	
Pearson, A 0	
Carter, W, o	
Kaslo .*•• i.  D. Ry.
Green, E. C	
Howell, E C, 	
Tipping, J. I'	
Starrett, Luther ...
Dowsing, W. II. ...
West, C. W	
Hoar. Orvllle D. ...
Schmidt, Jacob
LulTman. Samuel   ..
Miller, J. M, & Co. .
Young,  J.  ,T	
Morrison, D	
Anderson, Martin   .
Block 9 	
MISCELLANEOUS.
O. 1. West Arm, 100 acres 	
Lot 370, O. 1, West Arm, 1 acre 	
Lot 372. O. 1. West Arm, 144 acres	
Lot 381, C. 1. Sloean River, 233 acres ..
Lot 381, G. 1. Slocan River, 35 acres ...
Lot 3S1. Q. 1. Slocan River, 75 acres ...
Lot 381, Q. 1. Slocan River, 215 acres ..
Lol 3S3. (!. 1. Slocan River. 76 acres ...
Lot 385. G. 1, Lower Arrow L. 105 acres
Ixit 3SS. G, 1. Bonanza Creek. 42 acres..
Lnt 445. O. 1, Kootenay L.. 122 1-3 acres
Lot 455. O. l .Kootenay L., 148 i-i acres
Lot 471. C. 1, Slocan Lake. 120 acres	
. 1, Lardo River, 311 acres ..
1. Lardo River. 247 acres ..
G, 1, Mill Site, 5 acres 	
<;. i. kootenay R., 160 acres ..
(',.  1. West Arm. 122 acres 	
(*>. 1. Kokanee Ck., 320 acres ..
0. 1. 180 acres 	
O, 1. Lardo Jack Ck.. 160 acres
Q, 1. Lardo River. ULSO acres
Lot 881, O. 1. Lardo River. .",3.50 acres ..
Lot 908, O. 1, West Arm, 2 1-20 acres ..
Lot 1239, Q. 1. Township 22. 200.30 acres
Lot 1239, O. 1, Township 22. 253.65 acres
Lot 1239. ('.. 1, Township 22, 50 acres ..
Lot 1239, O. 1. Township 22. 59 acres ..
Lot 1531 O. 1. Slocan Lake. 35 acres ..
Lot 1531, O. 1. Slocan Lake, 10 acres ..
Lot 1683, G 1,8 P. Carpenter Ck. 160 ac.
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
609, (i
510, G
592A,
605.
683,
793,
S72.
S74.
SMI.
Lot 1761, Q,
l.i.i iss::, O.
Lot 1883, •'.
lss I. (',
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
\a,1
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
Lot
o,
0,
li.
0.
Q,
Q,
0,
Q,
5335.0,
5371, O.
1239, O.
1239, O.
J 893
2201
2278,
4811,
4467
4707
5188
1, Kootenay L, 160 acres ..
i. Kootenay L„ 151 3-4 acres
l. Kootenay L., 8 1-4 acres
1. Kootenay L . 228 acres  .
i. Crawford Bay. 116 acres
i. Yuill Ck., 220 acres	
1, Four Mile ni . 160 aires
l, Kootenay L„ in acres ,
1, West Arm. 100 acres 	
1, Duncan River, 173 acres
1, Duncan River, 320 acres
1, I'pper Duncan, 160 acres
1, nr W. P, Duncan R. 113 ac
1, Lardo River, 105 acres ..
1, Township 22, 50 acres ..
1, Township 22. 50 acres ..
17.10
12.00
2.40
16.00
4.SO
.80
1.55
4.80
2.40
7.80
3.00
9.20
16.00
9.00
21.60
18.30
9.60
12.00
9.60
6.40
10.20
6.40
4.40
2.00
.21
10.40
10.16
2.00
2.40
1.40
in
8.20
3.20
11.25
7."
17.10
10.80
24.00
12 00
10.60
6.40
12.90
24.00
12.00
S.40
7.80
2.00
3.75
.28
.02
.02
.08
.03
.01
.04
.02
.01
.02
.•1
.03
.01
.02
.08
.08
.08
.27
.35
.35
.00
.26
.17
.04
.08
.13
.06
.08.
.08
.06
.88
.20
.18
.06
1.05
.06
.17
.08
.08
.13
.04
.04
.88
.26
.35
.20
1.40
.08
.08
.17
.30
.26
.06
.13
.26
.08
.40
.03
.40
.OS
.88
.60
3.30
.17
.08
.36
.08
.11
.13
.02
.02
.17
.02
.08
.04
.44
.02
.41
.04
.03
.05
1.76
1.88
1.32
.26
1.76
.55
.08
.17
.55
.26
.86
.33
1.00
1.75
1.00
2.35
2.00
1.05
1.30
1.05
.70
1.10
.70
.50
.20
.02
1.16
1.10
.22
.25
,16
.04
,86
,36
1.20
.MS
l i.o
1 20
2 66
1.30
1.16
.70
1.40
2.66
1.30
.90
.85
.20
.40
Statutory
Coiflta
and
Expenses
Total
2.00
2.08
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00.
2.00
-Bill
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2,00
2,00
2,00
2,00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
•j un
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
'J,Ml
J mi
2 00
2 nn
2 00
2 mi
2.00
2 nn
2 nil
2.00
2 nn
2 nn
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
2.00
Dated at Kaslo, (his 30th day
of October, A. D. 1903.
E. E. CHIPMAN,
Slocan Assessment District.
KASLO
4.84
2.26
2.2«
2.35
2.36
2.17
2.44
2.26
2.17
2.26
2.17
2.35
2.17
2.26
2.88
2.88
4.75
5.55
5.55
2.08
4.66
3.77
2.44
2.88
3.33
2.66
2.88
2.88
2.66
10.88-
4.00
3.33
2.66
12.65
2.66
3.77
2.66
2.88
3.33
2.44
2.44
10.88
4.66
5.55
4.00
16.20
2.88
2.88
3.77
5.10
4.68
2.6*»
3.33
4.66
2.88
6.00
2.31
6.00
2.SS
10.88
8.29
35.5i
3.77
2.38
5.72
2.80
3.15
3.33
o 22
2 22
3.77
2 22
2.88
2.44
6.44
2.2<»
6.25
2.44
2.35
2.53
19.76
20.98
4.6'"
19.76
:.8S
4.66
liV'i.*.
5.33
12.20
19.75
12.00
25.95
22.30
12.65
15.20
12.65
9.10
13.38
9.18
6.90
4.20
2.26
13.55
13.28
4.22
I 66
3 55
2.44
14.45
2.83
21 60
14 00
23 65
15.36
13.65
910
1 •*, 30
28.66
1.-, 30
11 30
10.6S
420
8.15
P. •.
I L> 9—m
«-■*'
..«   BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
TH£ crossroads store.
..ii, ubaout yer oongrsnnian
•■"■''' ''"   raan' such
'■"' ■"',' i.',,v ii io Wubhiu'tuii
Hto"" ., ,„,„.t the Dutch;
ye co
H
n>»»■;;'.','.:;':"■ w'naTin the an
\v.iv •'.*,,.. ou Hi" floor
ill   a.a.i" ,  ,1,1,,.,«
A"'-'   '"',     hel0 thine! get settled la
;ll:"' ,,', ti,.. crossroads store,
ll.tuivn i"
BUt
I, |.« must every nlirht
ark la through
,.:.,,,.,• thekentry o'er,
%CitTuherwork!   ""'
.   . ,rtor glance I
',       i Wi v"-'w
J  .„„. diplomacy,
Ol       , cro%,ands6ar
R ■'    .,   i,.. ghta, you bet!
'i^F-: i {0 ,,,,. crossroads store.
.... a Blta i. lectin fresh
* Kami throws a blUft
",.' '.,'.:,. shoots off !ome more
,,■ |,0idi her fingers to
dm      .... , ,,„ up nose.
:,  tho direction
"'.'. - in. • i ' ;
, j ,-. in., matter ui*-,
■"'     rl.,| in peace or war:
„, .!, which when v.-e Kits
, ;,.   ,  ! , .'Si'iaHBiiB   Slaal-H.
nrtjvmtnl! ;:■■• W hot,
' . ..  , rowh rips out
word, Mm ' Clo" darn
;      • |     ,•••*. uli iiil! '
j, whits Jump! from hli
... ,a • ,,•; hoi.,*.
In> squeaks.    "That's what
•    ; '" ...
... . ighti ei -!>.- lv* '
; . in, cnglo si roams,
us i nu li an" roar
ttlln i ilghty questions
. ..   ■     roadi store.
-Ilnrpor'a Magaslna.
(verting  ilie t3vll,
Klldied   (very    Rtiperslltlousl - Oh,
pjdr, i tvi nit! never have accepted you
ijt. || i .  i| remembered ii «as 1'ti
| ilny ei '
'a only une way to avert
llu,, ii, dnrllng,   v\*e must vory
,„. ; <s onch other seven limes
il ; .  Reven minutes during
. • ■  .. nty minutes of onr eu
(:■■■■■        '
i mi i; utus & co
I « sick with  Quinzy    an.l
; h]  strangle       I     u     '
I i -"1MKNT an I  It  cun d
l  . • -, , nevei   w i thou I   i
; alel'ully,
.!:-   c   |)   ruiNi'i:.
*...   . ml     (let     3IS|
i  I. mi.     ol Halle, <ia i man}
deal   and   dumb  from
. -  . .   i ,—   I ni., :.   a> ;I    ! lie
: _• • Inr ill i,li,!.a oph> .tl i hi
lai    '  .,
• fi    pel ■  .alia .1 I    ill I ra I.-
■   lentei Hat
.  (• ureal  i rei • i
,    ,. hai a:--  i,i   watt ia
fi-ult, i- ••■ii c1 n in .i .'
i,.    , tn h     uti on*  wi
■    I ■       .1      li     Kellogg'-
, -   lit! iif tht* bi   ■   i
•  i',,i  all  summer com-
i .■   ,i: ■■   lakeli in wa-
■ nm ,  in., noticed    nc
.  i .   expei .a a   ,l
il  a ■ l.
....       • lUil        n'.'.l   li- I
ir    und -n ..• Ing    til*
ine nf Count Tolstoy
■ ei log  la-ti' is and
•, tmil— is strang*
11 tin* medical protee-
,.a:,i  ngalm I    Inii i' lou»
■   of  Bohemia thc
i,-uli'  for   nine    hums
Kurd's !.i..i:;;ni Cures Distemper.
Hi   more  readily   Ihnn
■a,;,ills     held    to
i n-der lo remove t har
ihera have had ?  Hnve tlu'\
p kind '  II.i.,     nol
lf.ll a      II,'la, ..a',   i       t'on
, ' impel tod       $1,. s i \~~i
", ■ uti ni    lai i  yeai
wford Igonowsy
steel rawge9.
'**' vuiit* °JLi"!!** IIi>:>ko» »r» mini! of
v»'(* »to|ILrr","KO,'*,,'',;kttll ont.l.ia txpi
... th!
"Sr* mo fnu-ii't.'H ".-H.v-*11 awsua eiposed
«?«! 1°. , .V1"" wlth D0<"1 «k«ot aBhaitoi.
W*«i*',-'l Un ■ l,run •"lonslons with white
^Sliit.a ,  n "Lv','lr"' '''okul plRloil drop T*a
*"»,',.'  ."LV"'1 ■*Lronltcl*** °1 oh«Dj{«d
li'KB.'lot1.""  •"""WfOlutl  mi.,1   for  lllnatrtttd
"Ul |>
L'l*!** i*'r,,,i„,,1",0,,,""»»*gP*"l'*-<! f»r iheM
"""•*."t.,.'i. ■••"«'! as tUttitratad. rally
"■l i> io "r"  l8**!1"" to* IB0.00
■o oven   ■iixsixM in. Ja-.so
■"•"ier f„r ihem orwrlU t» ib*
,eThS OURNIV rOUNDRV  On..
l»1  li«iub»rd   M.,   Wli..,lp.*g.
Urti
".nn
'      lhe
m est
expen.ivn
Underwear lhat
. mon >y can bay is
not belter mnde—won't
fit belter—wear belter
or longer and be moro
comfortable and more
satisfactory In any way
—than
tanfield's
Unshrinkable
Underwear
in   Canada—of
Scoiian   wool,
Made-
Nova
ami 1'uart.rYteed
unsh: Jr.Kal.le.
A site lor every figure.
t'aa't your site and it
will fit perfectly until
worn out.
The best dealers
everywhere soil Stan*
field s.
DAY AND NIGB1 SCHOOL
V'gg^fig«ftg>^wi<a^|i/H EA4
Swtl B**"1l 1 If*****   In » strictly rontmlM
THOMPSON, SONS
emtm cnmniissioN
Wrltntodny for
fMlflrtllsrs
J^2SS!«5S«S5BARLE
Do You Want
BOMI ONI TO HANOI! TSUI IHIPMENTI f%
TO OONSION YOUR OMIN TS A SELISUI fllH     /
_ noun tfiviu sm caieful attentios       I
•o, lh« uinler.lKneU wunti yoar hantm and will *-nde"*,Tor to giro !.tUfaetto>*
Cash aaTiuiced oa consignmanti.    B!f«reuc»i   faioo llaak of Caoicl!.
Ths oldestI ertabll-Aod Oraln (.'ommlsilea   a*—a, r,.    ^-^ .....^
Merchant in Winnlptia*, ***aJS7 C 91 ^sl eV*CT
Oraln  Exohango,  Winnipeg.
-nnan Bros.
GR(\.N   MERGH/VNTS,
TaLsenoaa uro. P, 0 Boi ite,
MclnlyeD Bloo!*, 304,  WlnnlpfO*
Wheal will Kisin tf all kimls. Om
Load Lots u Spei Inliy.    C^gQltr »J.
-j   v.iv..-ns on   lliilii |)f I.'ldilli!.
Writo nr wire ni for Track Dtdi, or
Cflinilgn Yoar Oraln to nt, which W!
will sell for yonr acrouat, On yoar approval to highest bidder.
STRUCK THE ROOT
Oi: HIS TROUBLE
...■
:s Atwell Cured his Kidneys
using Dodd's Kidney Pills.
01     isl I     i   ■      |1 u i \ *
THOIlOl Ull    i III ll    :   -
liiKa    linn Un iimwrii Ina,  etc.
week -  trial  itlvi
.,■..:,,.
Rn Extraordinary Offer,
Our R«sbIu *3Ji£f   g^Q
BELT
^■^ii
Wtrrrintti tobts'.i^rior to ill o'.l.ers.
nflU'T bntanatecirfc belt Wart Ncbi o.ir
UUil   «  I* ' 7-»Xhl ennuy Beit.
Call or writ* for hook.   It is ft".   ™! »;« tin
UrK-st li-il-r liicl- u.-t'OLlvarrPjiKTrs. il inirtJ.
'J ba   -iui leKi a Beit can i niy Le uL.a.^ia lr,.m
teepiisascoi ,i'.*:v.5":'i'
Yoar Liver
Is it acting well? Bowels
regular? Digestion good? If
not, remember Ayer's Pills.
The kind you have known all
your life.     *.c.<*••»cu*.*t*im«ii,*—%
[Want} our moustache or beard
ja boaiitifulb-ownorrichlalack? Use
BUCKINGHAM'S BYE
■asm
&&t*m~EEZd:
l HOUSES OR LANDS
r.ar 12.23 ii month yoo iii'.-ninn cn-
tiil.-l too Ii ■.,•■■■ ol •-■ BO.SOwithout itlt'T-
i-t.    (lur dopOSltOrS ab olUtoly L-naraii-
teed again t a'**1, romembet tl.a-.   On
aa-.r plan ■ :   i I i"; I "• ho im ot buj n
lurni cboaper than  roatins    Ma*n,!>ar-
sliipft>(> fl.tA'.   Agonl   v,..i.ia I.
Sonal for circulars.
Tho Prairie City Loan Co.
Room S3 Mci-chnnts Bnnk Bile.
"rVlnnipcj.
IBM———
ii'i Ills i iiiiitiuKoand Uiiimry Trouble!
tiiiNinil   mui)   untl faar ul!--lle   Tells
lflBK   Slflfl, ...
1 il! H Iwllford, Ont , Nov. j.—(Spcc-
i lint    I rlnary     Troubles   and
I-   ii'in   i are  msull    o(    disordered
' ''■■    boon proved by James
•- II »l this iilncc, Kc htttl I.iiin-
l:;r n ninl iiulns in the bladder, and
'■< \i lug his urlno wouhl hurt him
l;" as ii. almost t'ltusn teara of pain
i" come lo hin oyos.
He cured his Kidneys by using
It,n|,v . Kldnoy l'ills and his pains of
nil kinilu vanished.
:'!■ akiiig ni lis ruse, Mr. Atwell
sa;
1 think Dodd's Kidney l'ills made
u nertnanont .euro In my cast*, but 1
will i.•■•.., be without them in the
house, 1 I ad Lumbago nnd Bladder
1 nuble for veins. I triod other
i:., ii.anas and n baodage prescribed
hy ila- doctor, bul I could i*et no re-
lirf tin 1 used Dodd's Kidney Pills,
and i hey i*ui, il inc."
.11 the iti'.'.is. is ol the Kidneys or
from the Kidnoys, Dodd's Kidney
Pills will cure   t.
«"!*. tO**-?.'
Mr.   Prllh'a   rui-ti-nli   •(   DlokenS.
ll whs B'iirl.v in I tie llflles Unit -lohn
Korslor nsked mo lo tiulot n portrait of
Dickens i'.ir him. I Kindly consented
uud was iiliniit lo propose ii day fur lhe
tirst sittin;; when Korster stopped uie
liy iiieiitloniiij,' whnt he colled n must
unforttiuate propensity whieh Dickeus
lind developed—be wos nctually itrotf*
in-* n luQstscbe! " "lis Just n fnncy of
ihe nionicnt," B^uiil Kottter, "nnd we
must wait till the erase hns passed
away." A very few inoutlis conviucod
us Hint tlio niuMiielio. so far from pass*
ing awuy. wus rapidly growing into
wlial threatened to lie ft foriuidalile
beard, t.o, UUlcBS one-half nf lhe tiiee
was io be lost to us, no innrc time
sliould iw lost. My Idcn was t'i paint
bim i.i his working clothes, but when
I found Unit lie always wore n light
bright blue yilk eoat with big red .-tiffs
every morning when lie lo ik pen In
band I remonstrated so sttocv-isftilly
Hint niter tt little besltatiou lie con
seuied lo we.tr the black Jacket in
whieh be iii»-.v appears nt South Ken
Blugton.~W. P. frith. It. A.. In King.
llis Navy uud Army.
1 •■ ral    expei t.s.   noth   English
md  AmciMcnti,  are unanimous    tluit
otith  nf Knglnnd promises  in  be
natural oil in id than   any
j •,•   known.
thi
Vuu
HA BY
FIKST TOOTH.
|,.,',;.
.-'■a all
•   .  fn
nn il her   '..Hints    bow
s ilToi s   whilo   cutting
..  11 ndi r gutus cause a
much
teeth,
ii.'.vr-
',.1 , ui in ii.ii. sometimes seriously  nli'i" ling baby's health    Tins
can be    ovoro mo     and the teething
pt        -   made   11 sy   !,\   tho    use    ol
llaby's Own Tablets      Proof   of this
n  bj   Mrs   J    Peckover,    New
I    i ■ ■: . d   - inl . v ho says       I ain thc
il hi r    ol    si\   i hildrcn,   and   1 can
thfull.x --.a', thai   Unby's Own Tablets is belter thnn any other   niedi-
ci   •  I   liatc ever i..<etl for tlie ills of
little  ones.   1   enn  capecialh   rocom-
nioi '1    !- .. fi r Iti-thaiK children, and
n o ild   advise    uil    niotheit.    t.> use
them "
The Tablets . uro all i In minor ills
':-, in which infants m,,! j-trung children uulTcf.    nnd    are guaranteed   to
ontnln  no oplal ■ harmful   druo.
Sold I'.  all medicine dealers., or   by
mail .u   .'^ een-s ii Ihin   bv   writ las
eet to t ho Dr.  V, illlams M, die n•*
ViiilnlfliMi  nud  Uie  llnir.
Audubon, Ibe grent naturalist, early
in Iiis career wore his h.ilr very long.
Ho wrote i.i liU diary one day. "I
Wear my hair ns long ns usual. 1 believe it does ns tnticli for me ns nty
paintings." However, In IS'JT bis
friends succeeded in persuading him
to net his lmir eui according to the prevailing fashion. On Mnrch 10 of that
year he wrote In his diary: "Tbls day
my hair siicrillccd .tnd the will of Cod
usurped by the wishes of mnn. As Uie
barber clipped my locks rapidly it reminded me of the horrible times of
the French revolution when the snme
operation wns performed upon all ibe
victims murdered by the Riilllotlne, My
heart sunk low." Further to express
his grief Ihe m:ir;,i!i of the page on
which this entry was ieiide be pain'.ed
black nbout three-quarters of nn inch
deep nil around.
Urockvllle. Out.
la;
th
statu
re   Of   low;*
St.  Louis
butter of
« dairy oxhibi!
Fair  'will be i
.John   Stewart
pit cr  cr< ntucry   n c n   ol
> t n 1,
t'.l.l.ss
ll
r," 0
will  be kcpl  ir.).'
Hi.
in
T
E
t9—tt—aa*t   ...
-r-T *-■ v-vc
Birth
Stones
Teg ei her w.lli mini*
ber .. id p. ic.*, we
publ! 'h hers a list
Ol   .pa. ...a   D
Rii*g»a
All   Ha
Bi'»-   I.
Jilll<-»
,. I' I
AN OBJECT.
Of Aversion nnd Pity. Curo Your Cold
nnd Co»o:*:*h, Purify Your BtCRth ai *
Stop 'he. Cficnsive Dlsohnrge.
rtov. Pr. i'.oclnnr. of BultalO, «ayi :—
"Mv win' ninl 1 were both troubled with
fiistres.liii! Cotarrh. bul  wc have f«<i;i"l
tl-fiaiaalaa     froill     lllia    D :: U I a *. .11 I'll,'      matOllV
t-' ,, the dav .-.• Di ' itnud i > Asm •'"
Catarrhal Powder lis i.etloii wa« hilt   i,t iii'i-.'ll:,.   clvillK   lhe  ninl   iTiiti'ltll   la*-
Hot within i.'n iiinini.- after Arat appll*
cu' ion    Bold by nil di tigsli I i.
l.iiBl^i.   lu   llii*   l ••r.iBfls"!'.'   Miiu-it jiiflo.
There are many eagles In Ihs Ten
nesseo mountnlns, sud consetitipntly
tlicre arc many mountnlnpors who are
expert catchers of lhe young etigles.
These reap rielt cewnrd! in ret-iin for
their perilous risL.s and adventures,
mil some of them receive tis unit It ns
*'J.i*Bt.i<> for D single year's catch. The
Ua'.'ii eyed hunters watch the nests until the young are hutched and then,
patiently walling for lhe mother bird
;.i leave In search for food, make short
work of tin* capture, while the mother
hild is invariably shot to deuth upon
In .- returu to the nest and in her fren-
sled search for her youug. Bolder
hunters than these make attacks nt
lllght, while the Itfis experienced use
snares nnd nets, a method, however,
in a majority of eases, unsuccessful.
t'aat   lion.
Ily altering the rate of cooling the
Blrengi.li of iron can be Rreatly changed,
md lb..' test bars are often run separately from the casting nud tooled
rjulcker. so that tbey usually have
greater strength, sometimes more than
twice as DHtCb. Separately east test
bars nre ulways stronger thnn those
iv t on the citstings Itself, nnd of the
hi Mer tho one nearest the heaviest part
of lhe casting is always the weakest.
The ren.iily. as above indlentetl, Is
simple when lbs false witness has
ouee been pointed out.
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BYRIE BROS.
JEWCI l*.R9
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Some ir.eu nre ns anxious to find a
.a.n i ',1111 >    notice ol  ihemsclvi s
ill tl   I     ■   |,i; av  us  ill llCI .i  in i'  tO  lind
 lug hud nbOut ilu-ii n 'igh'-pi's.
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[tiliOU!     I ' mhH ho,    lai     Which    woman     Ball*
•,,ii luni men, become! s,> acute
■Hiiii.a   sub a ts   that   tiny   iuv  titterlv
lrated       Tho  htomoch   refutes    food.
.   ■ ia  ii   i onhliiul   nnd  ali-' resslna
, fjoi ■   ',,   :■• ■•     t bo    si na, iii  from  Idle,
.,      ll    hl> H    la.ain.a    si'i'la'tall    le'H' I'n1'-
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tcratlvc    and  In    neutratlr.lnu   ihi   PtTectn
,,i   the  intrudinu  bile     retime! the  pres*
^.u-:-   on    lhe  nerve!  ttl.ala    . imisi s    tno
111'lltl AI lie       Tl \    t laaili.
I ii (.onii' parts
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il a ii i ■ • iiiii while
ila r nn umbrella
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the beholder
Is enn-
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is    iin-
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light j   i ",
tin   iver,
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An   Apt   llrnilllnr.
Aii English weekly, speaking of headlines, tells of nn escelleiit one which
appeared over a story of the Plgott
forgery. In that case one of the dc-
vl -es by whieh Sir Charles (tussell
l.roiight thc UUfOftunotO fotgor to buy
was by getting blm to write the word
"hesitancy." In lhe forged letter tbe
\sord wns misspelled "ueslteuc*f*." The
day tlie ll^ht of I'lgolt was nuiiounced
un eiiitor suggested the Lie Ad Hue, "The
Man Who •llcHltetes' Is Ixist." nud lt
Mas so excellent thut It wns Immediately pui in tyiiea	
Mineral* and  I.If*.
The base of nutrition In all living
beings Is oxygen, water, salts, enrbon
nud nitrogen, r'ortter tried to feed
.dogs on organic substances deprived of
nearly nil their mineral matter. Death
from starvation occurred sooner than
If the dogs bad been completely without food. M. Uerrerii says In Revue
ReleiitlQ'iue, Paris, "Living beluga arc
but aggregations of minernl stibstnuces
uud biology is but u chapter in mineralogy."
g, nil iiinti.\
arc   I
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Ihu pi ' ■
Moro than half tho battle In
cleaning greasy dishes is in th»
Eoap you use. If it's Sunlight Soap
It's tha best, *»
Promoters of Ciionne.
Spartnons—Women nre n grent Incentive to nirpily itMiriige.
S.tinirtie.tis—Thai's right. Since I'vr
b"e.n niarfliifniiil had n few tilts with
my w lfc "the: prospect of it scrap will
lhe mealiest mnn on earth seems liki
tnrre   child's   play   to   uif*.-- Unllinior.
A.'.'Jt-1'l.'HU.
Unshrinkable H.B.K. Underwear
Made from the best sidewool ia tlie fleece—plastic ribbed knit—shaped to tit body—absolutely non-sbrinkable
—wool treated by H.B.K. exclusive process to make it
so—every particle of oil, grease, slivers, etc., removed
by tlie H.B.K. patent cleaning process—tough wear,
light, fleecy, all wool, clean, pure, luxurious underwear,
and absolutely nou-sbrinl-able.cinphasizenon-shrinkable
Sold by dealers everywhere.
Only genuine with this brand.
Tough
A pinto bronco is tough
from the end of his nose
lo the tip of his tail.
And the toughest part
of him is  the  light,
muscular hide that
covers his back and hips.
tfrfJkjiA-   From that part of his hide
^^   the famous "Pinto" Shell
Cordovan leather is made for H.B.K.
mitts and gloves.   Scorch, boil, wind,.
rain, cold proof.
Genuine only with
this brand.
Sold by enterprising dealers everywhere.
Write for " Strayed," the funniest bronco itorr ever wiitten.— PREH
Hudson Bay Knitting Co.
MONTREAL.
WINNIPEG.
Mt.IC«ro ef Warm '."x,aTo\y.mm tor K*r«rrbodT«
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sii'*, v"r?-p
Going: to Paint ?
If so, you should procure the best
Paint llrufch on the market, absolutely the most satisfactory Paint
Urush mnde to-day.
IQflftCrtfH'CFlexiWe
BUELiVn J Bridled Brash
The bridle enn easily l>e removed or
roplac-sd. It is not affected by water,
oil or paint and works on a pivot,
thus keeping the bristles elastic. The
nume "Boockh" is bin titled on each
brush.   Sold by all reliable dealers.
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WE SHOULDER THE
RESPONSIBILITY
vlit.il wo tell jonthat OGILVIE'S HDNaAB.
IAN' Bloat is us good or better thau uny otlier
tir.it-. i for till Baking, and our guarantee gotM
with o»ery Sack;
Vour Oiocer »e;ls It with t'.at unilersUudlag.
The Ogilvie Flour Mills
Company, Limited,
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ARE   VO-U   BUILDINO T
IF*  SO   USE
EDDY'S IMPERVIOUS SHEATHING
The 0-o-a-*-. 13 «j 11 ci I n gj Papor MarJe.
It li very inurh straatirer nnd thicker than nny olher (tarred or building) pHper. lt ls Impervious th Wind, keeps out cold, keupn Ui h«»t, car-
rieB no tniiell or oilor, absorln no moisture. Iui|inrie no tamo or flavor to
anything with which It comes iu contaet. It ie larirely used not only for
■heetlnft Ho'-.es. hut J..r liplnff cuKI slmaKe tauilalinu'S, refrlReratore, dairies, freamSrrtMi, ami all place*, where the oblcct ie to keep an evun »iad
uialtoiiii  U'iv,i • rulure,  and .1 the sum* time avoiding dampness.
Write our Agenti, TEES & PERSSE, Winnipeg, for sampler*.
The E. B. EDDY CO., Limited. HULL.
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More  than  S.rxici.ixKi oi  the   13.000,'
000 people of Mexico do ,'iot work.
TO   TUOSK   OF   .SI'.llF.S IV UV   OCCf-
PATKiN'-Ma'tB who follow sedentory occupations, which iicpiive them ot fresh ..ia'
unal exercise, nr.. more 1.1 une to tiiatiir-
iIhis nf the liver and kidneys tliun those
«lm li'iit! active, outdoor lives The faai-
iiiia- will luul In Pariite'ee's Vrtetable
Tills .t restorative without question tiua
must efficacious on tho niirkct. They are
easily procurable, easily token, act expeditiously, mui thej nro surprlslnsly
cheap considering  lliuli' exccllenro.
1    ll   is  11 good  idea to hnve 0    tcle-
IphotlO ii tho house!  il  Klves   a   man
soinetliinn else io get provtAuil tiWem.
beside the baby,
l'VIN IS A 1'INISIIMKNT-ruin.!'- »
.irntest of iiutti'. ruainst iia'ulfl'.t ol In*
l.a.alllv health, iiiniiiist carelessness ry-
g 11 riling the physical condition, li st|»ni
111 ut the first opportunity uml takes ixm
iis abode in a man unit it  is sometimes
difficult   to   eirct   II      Dr.   'I hoim*.*.'   1*>I«-
trie Oli  will  drive  It  out  in  ihtirt en!»i
Pain canhol si»v where it is used,   *»i
Imtnedlatelj fleet aviuv
Some    nun    me   uneble
wlitri elniiiW nr talk wIhu .
hikbIiIi'  to
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W/.  N. U. No. 4S3
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=****?$' THE DRILL, SLOGAN, h, C, NOVEMBER 13. 1003.
THE SLOCAN DRILL
fi, K. BMiTHBtniaALK, Editor and Prop.
IS PUBLIDHKl) IfHT miDAT AT
«LOCAH,      •      •       •       •     B* C
Legal Advertising 10 cent* * line for
•the tint insertion and5 cents a line each
subsequent insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, 87 each.
Transient advertisements at same rates
Hi legal advertising.
Locals will be charged 10 cents a line
Ier each insertion.
Commercial Rates mad* known upon
Application.
The Subscription is #2 per year, strictly in advance; (2.50 a year if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
THE SLOCAN DRILL,
Slocan, B. C.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13th, 1903.
EWITOHIAI.    CRflOI-IMNUS.
For the ten months ending October
.31 st, no loss than 121,115 immigrants
arrived in Canada. Of these 47,451
•were British, 39,046 Americans, and
,34,528 from various European countries.
A Vancouver opera audience last
week hissed the appearance of an
American flag, because of the feeling
aroused over the Alaskan boundary
award. The parties guilty of such
.childishness are to be pitied more thau
blamed.
Dunsmuir is noj^ to be allowed a
free hand in employing Chinese in his
.coal mines. The government has
given orders to the inspector to vigorously press for continued convictions
in order to exclude the Chinese from
the Cumberland nifties. Dunsmuir
no longer rules.
Sme'tor managers may deny increased rates on wet ores, but they
•mil hardly have the temerity to sidetrack the soft impeachment regarding
•dry ores, for the evidence is supported
by all the mineowners. By the way,
why is it that Republic ores are
brought into Canada and used for
fluxes, at ridiculously low rs\tes, whon
local silifious ores are allowed to go
n-begging?
All conjecture as to the possible
.composition of the new Conservative
cabinet at Victjria has been ended by
nn official announcement in the last
issue of the B. C. Gazette, the slate
appearing thus: President of the
council, F.J. Fulton; attorney general.
Charles Wilson; chief commissioner of
lands and works, Robert F. Green;
provincial secretary and minister of
mines, Richard McBride; minister of
finance, R. G. Tatlow. Hon. Mr.
Fulton is the new blood admitted, but
his position carries with it no salary,
nor does it necessitate a bye-election.
Hon. Mr. Wilson mustngaia come before the people, but his re-election in
Vancouver is assured. The government will be in shape to open up for
business on the 26th.
Ill-advised utterances on the part of
public men are ofttimes productive of
much injury. A few years ago Mackenzie Si. Mann, the big railroad contractors, contemplated appropriating
an immense section of the country as
a subsidy in connection with their famous Yukon railway schemo. Tho
wicked Tories knocked that scheme on
the head. At the time a speech was
made in the Commons by Sir Wilfrid
Laurier, that has since lieen used with
telling effect by tho American counsel
beforo the Alaskan boundary commission, and the result hns lieon most
disastrous to Canada. Had it not
boen for Sir Wilfrid's statements, it is
contendiKl Canada would not have suffered as ahe did in the award. The
Bpeech referred to contained these
momentous words i" Hansard report),
and loyal Canadians may judgo of
their effect: "Tho fact remains that
from time immemorial Dyea was in
possession of the Russians, and in
1867 it passed into the hands of the
Americans, and it has lieen held in
their hands ever since. * * So far
as I am aware no protest has ever been
ontered against the occupation of Dyea
by the American authoritif-a,and when
American authorities are in possession
of that strip of territory on thu sea
which has Dyea for its harlxir, succeeding the possession of the Russians
from time immemorial, it becomes
manifest to everylxxly thut at this
moment we cannot dispute their pos
session. * * Under such circumstances Dyea is practically in American territory at all event! in posses
sion of the Americans, and, therefore, I
if we had undertaken to build a rail-j
roud from Dyea to the Yukon country |
we would have lieen placed at thc
mercy of the American authorities i
with regard to the bonding privilege."!
DRILL   POINTS.
Pay up your subscription.
C. Palmer and family removed to
Nelson on Monday.
A new smokestack was installed on
the str. Slocan on Sunday.
The mill company have rented all
their live stock to W. Koch.
Charley Aylwin will re-opon the
hotel at Aylwin, on Ten Mile.
W. J. Nelson has been gazetted
police magistrate of Rossland.
Neil Gething is daily expected home
from the Parsnip river country.
Provincial Officer Black, New Denver, was in town on Wednesday.
Nearly two feet of snow hns fallen
in the hills since the first of the mouth.
Mrs. Wm. Brandon, Silverton, was
visiting friends here during the week.
A number of marriages are billed to
como off within the aext few weeks or
so.
Mrs. M. Lavell returned home on
Thursday night from a trip to the
coast.
Monday last,being the King's birthday, tho school children were given a
holiday.
Remember that the Cosgroves show
here on the 23rd, iu aid of the local
hospital.
A few flags living on Monday indicated the fact that it was the King's
birthday.
Coast lumbermen have agreed to
curtail the output, as the demand is
slackening up.
Next summer the C.P.R. will run
two transcontinental passenger trains
each way daily.
The bye-election in Vancouver, for
the return of Hon. Chas. Wilsou, will
be held on the 18th.
The license commissioners of the
Slocan district tsieet at New Denver on
the 15th of December.
The first snowstorm of the season
struck the town on Sunday, followed
by another on Monday.
The Conservatives have protested
the election of J. R. Brown, Liberal
member for Greenwood.
Three carloads of lumber were shipped from Ten Mils this woek to the
Territories, by W. Koch.
All public works and repairs have
beeu shut off by the government, owing to a shortage in funds.
Mrs. L. J. Edwards and family returned on Monday from a four mouths'
visit among friends in England.
H. H. Pitts, formerly of Sandon, together with T. Rankin, have purchased the Manhattan saloon in Nelson.
B. C. lumber dealers are petitioning
the Dominion government to impose a
dutv on rough lumber coming in from
the States.
New subscriptions to The Drill
will lie taken now, good till Dec. 31,
1904,  for $2.   Avail your-relf of the
opportunity.
Jack Smith, of Silverton, who went
north two years ago, returned from
Nome on Thursday.comingdown here
the next day.
Last week's Gazette contained the
official announcement that all public
celebrations of the King's birthday
should be deferred till May 21.
W. T. Shatford <& Co. are going out
of drygoods, and to that end are holding a big clearance sale, all goods being marked dowu to cost price.
The license commissioners met on
Monday and granted a transfer of the
liquor license on the Royal Hotel,
from James Cross to Geo. Crawford.
Delinquent property owners got a
great rustle on them this weok to pay
their back taxes, to save themselves
from the government sale next month.
Certificate of iiMemts.
Weymouth Mlaaral Claim.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division ol the West Kootenay District
Where located;—On Printer creek,
a tributary of Ten Mile creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. I). McGregor, Acting si agent for John L. Earwig.
free miners' certificate No. K71fi25, ami
C. E. Smitheringale, free miner's certificate No.B5tn>97, intend, 00 days irom the
date hereof, to npply to the Mining Recorder lor a certificate ofimprovement,for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant
ol the above claim.
And further tuke notice that action,
under section 117, must be commenced
liefore theillUanoo ol such certificate of
improvement.
Dated this 12th day of November. 1903.
13-11-03 \V. D. MoGREUOR
C'ruiadar, I
lldilen Truiin and IJoulder
Mlaeral Claimi.
Situnte in the Slocan  City Mining Division of the West Kootenny District
Where located:—lietween  the first
snd second  north  forks of  Lemon
creek.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W.  I).  McGregor, acting as agent (or Chas. Faa»,
F.M.C. B57<i')7, antl Win.   II. Crawford,
Free   Miner's  Certificate   No.  Il57f.''8,
intend, sixty day* from the date hereof,
to»|)|ilyta Ihe mining recorder for certificates  of  improvement, for  the purposo of obtaining Crown grants ol the
ubove claimi.
Antl further tako notice that action,
under section 37, must be   commenced
before the Issuance of such certificates of
Improvement,
Dated thia I2thdav of November, 11)03.
13-11 OS W. D. MoQREGOB
The mill company's boarding house
has been closed.
The fire brigade are figuring upon
holding a ball shortly.
Archie McDonald has removed back
to the Slocan from Nome.
Born.—In New Denver, on Nov. B,
the wife of Thos. Avison, of a son.
H. Holden, formerly of Sandon,died
in a Montreal hospital on Monday.
Col. Lowery will have his new paper
at Poplar creek issued in a few days.
-The owners of the skating rink have
flooded the rink, preparatory for skating.
So far the mill company has made
no move to get out any logs this season.
In tbe Sandon camp three concentrators will be running steadily this
winter.
The Great Northern Railway has
decided upon erecting a $500,000 hotel
in Vancouver.
The basket ball match, set for tonight, has beeu declared off, owing to
the rink being flooded for skating.
In future passenger trains along the
entire system of the C.P.R. will bo illuminated by acetylene entirely. Experiments with it have been in pro-
gross for some time, and they have
been so satisfactory that its general
use has been order.ni.
MINIKO   R ..CORDS.
Appended is a complete list ef the various records registered atthe lecal registry effice, H. P. Christie being mining
reco rile r:
LOCATION J.
Nov 2—Spruce fr, on Exchange hill, H
Cameron.
AB8KS8MRNTS.
Nov 3— Moomraker, Helen.
BONO.
Nov 3—Port Hope.Mrs Julia Baty.Mn
M McCallum and II L Eife to C Snyder,
C McNichol and U D Lea, lease and
bond, purchase price being set at $10,-
000.
"Maker's Valuation"
Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given tbat I intend
to apply at a special sitting of the Board
of' Liceuiing Commiisianers for the City
of Slocan, to beheld after the expiration
of 30 days from the date hereof, for a
transfer of the retail liquor license, held
on the Slocan Hotel, situated en lots 7
and e, block 12, Slocan, from F. P. Johnson to mvielf.
Dated at Slocan this 24th day of October. 1903.
JOSEPH PAYNE
Hortgage Sale
Ily Tfl.nfll.-rof Lot 8, Mock   13, rien 480,
Towualle of Slfl.c»n City.
'IMIEalxne property will be sold by tender.
1 Teii'Ur*. must be ■.•(ileal and titldreused ta
"Mncdonell. McMaster A Ueary. 51 \o„fta St..
Toronto, Ont.." and will lie opened on Wednesday, the :.'.ili 'in}' ol November, 11X13. Hale subject to ratervt bid. Tbe bii(liest or any tender
not necexnrily uccepted. .'
For furtlior particulars apply to
MACDONELL, Klc-MAST*EH A GEARY,
51 Y.atifl-e Street,
Toronto, Ont.
J. A. Anderson
Dealer in:
DRUGS
MEDICINES
CHEHICALS
PERFUHES
TOILET GOODS
FANCY GOODS
Kodaks and Supplies
SI.OCAN
If you knew positively that
you could purchase a Diamond of guaranteed quality
at a great saving in price,
would you invest ?
That is precisely what we
offer in our No. 947 Solitaire
Diamond Ring, No. 916
shown here.
rn,.. (toe.
Oraiir by mail. If or receipt il ttori
eet fully latisfy .ou, yeur money
will be refundctl without question,
49 years of honorable dealing
speak for the reliability of
our house, "Diamond Hall."
Write for our new catalogue.
Ready Nov. 15th.
BYKIE BROS.
JEWELBM
118. ISO, 133 and 124
Yoiijr Sl., Toronto
Common shoes are
priced by the deal-
er who charges
what he thinks he can get.
"Slater Shoes" are price
branded on the soles by the
makers who know the wear
value of each pair of the
Goodyear Welted
For Men   -    $5.00     "   FoP Women
DAVID ApRiNOT,
SLOCAN,  B. C.
H. I GENERAL HOSPITAL
SLOCAN, B C.
Med. Supt.,S.W.Keith, M.D.
HATES: Regular .uhseriberi. tl per month
, aar $10 a yenr: non-sub<.rriberK leiclilsiieiif
meiliral atteniiitnre)$2 per dor. Primte witrls
Sl y*r day ellre. Hrica-ml f.rili-.iei for maternity rasei.
Kor further particuliirs apply to.
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New Residence for Sale
One of the Newest Residences in Slocan is offered for sale on easy terms, lt contains five
rooms, hall, pantry, wardrobes, china closet,
large garret, good cellar, is lathed aud plastered, and is the best tinished in town. Water
service, fine lawn and garden, fruit trees,
etc.   A SNAP FOR ANYONE.       Fer terms
Apply  at Drill Office
Alex. Rogers,
Tonsorial Artist.
The Leading Parlors:
MAIN STREET, 8L0CAH
Gwiilim & Johnson,
.MINING   ENGINEER8
AND ASSAY EES.
Slocan,
R. C
Steel Ranges
for $18.25.
Why ha without a ranee wlm
you can .jet one ao cheap ? The>
are proferrable to stoves and girt
better satisfaction. TheM ranges
burn wood or coal and will be
•et up free.
H.J.
TINSMITH   AND   PLI'MBKR.
r*->*>»>»»it*i> >"»**.) >»»»>->*) j
Slocan
Bakery^.
; J. Pinchbeck, Proprietor
	
! Fresh Fruits of Every
; Kind Arriving   Daily.
A full atocV of tho liest
linni of ciKars uml tobaccos always kept on hand.
14 I.nii.eifl.1* Bread fer SI.
Full Weight ■>. i-fl.fl.iiiy
<■••■>. ■i.refll.
Slocan, B. C.
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Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To Hugh B, Kelson, or to any pereer.
or pei •ons to whom lit may I. ave 1 nt a in
Icnnl hif. intoreat in the Weymouth
mineral claim, iilnatod on Ten Mile
creek uml recorded in Hit* Recorder*!
otlii-e (or tlie Slocan • ity mining divi*
• ion.
Yon »ro hereby notified thet I, C. V..
Smltheringele, F.M.C No. Il">9.)fl7, Imre
A'ttiiM'il to lie r>i|i**r.ilfil lhe mm ol one
Initialled ami iwn dollari mi<( fifty rente
in lalior nnd improvementa on t!>e Above
mentioned mineral iUim, in order to
linl'l vuibI claim under the provision! of
the Mincriil Act; uml ii within 00dayi
froui the date of tliis notice, yon (ail, ur
refnie, to contribute yonr proportional
lilt:)'. <'X|.i*nalilnm,tuj.'»tlier with sll COltl
o( advertising, your inti*rr*st in laid
claim will become the propeity o( tlia
mhncrilier, under section 4 of sn Aet
entitled "Au Act to amend the Mineral
Act, ItilKl."
Hateil at Slocan, B.C., this l*!tli dav o(
Aiiiuat, A.D. 1908.
14-h.o*" 0. E. SMITH. ERI NO A LB
Pioneer .Livery
and Feed Stables,
Slocan,   II. C.
Onrrnl   Packing   and for*
warding attended to »' lha
■horteat Notice.
Buddie and Pack Ilorseafar
hire at reasonable rates.
I,'. V. ALLEN,
Munii?1**"
Don't
Overlook
This Snap
THE DRILL baa undent-.
arrangement with tlio Toronto Mall-Empire, ro
that its week I v edition may Ik;
elublwd with the former.
New fiubscriliers. therefore,
may obtain the Weekly Mail
Empire   acknowledged to lie
one of the best papers in tho
Dominion anlSloran'slwad-
in^ journal, The Drill, from
■ow till .Ian. 1, 1905, for tbe
Ktitn of J3. With thin exceptional offer will be given nn n
premium, a beautiful arto-
grarure, entitled "The Victoria C'roKs." The picture de*
piota a scene in the Into Bucr
war, ilene in ton oolora, anil
well wortk framing. .Seed in
your order! at once to
The Drill, Slocan.
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