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 'iUJ^XeOr^
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Devoted to Advertising the resources
of the rich Slocan
Mining Division. . .
.
Sent to any address
for $2.00 per ann.
If you see it in the
" Review,"   it's  so.
No. 40.   Vol. I.
SANDON, British Cqjujnbia, Thursday, May 30, 1907.
Single Copies 10c.
New Denver Celebrated Lavishly. Al! tie
is there, ft was Sainton's Day Out.
'irn Fret ai and Ideal Weather.
When the sun rose above the hoary
glaciers and shod in fulsome gladness
its beneficent rays upon the picturesque
town ot New Denver hist Friday morn-
ng, the heai ts of all concerned in the
successful exploitation of the Emplio
Tuy. Cell bunion oflflOT were thankful
that thc crowning desire for & happy
day had been.fulfilled.'Glorious queen's
weather prevailed throughout tho long
day, and from the moment when the
boom of lhe lirst gun sent the gasoline
launch flotilla speeding on their first
handicap race until chanticleer heralded
the dawn of the following mom, there
���was not a dull 'minute to he recorded.
In Ihe ages which ore rolling towards
us New Denver will hold many celebrations, maybe more prodigious and on a
grander scale, but a better or more enjoyable one never. Ilnta off, then, to
the various committees and business
men of thc Lucerne. It a splendid
cffirt, ably accomplished, and withal,
fully appreciated.
��� THE CROWDS.
From the very onset crowds from all
parts of the Slocan began to arrive.
They came in row boats snd gaudily
bedecked launches, on horseback ami
afoot, by train and steamer, and such
proportions assumed the assemblage
that the oft-icpcated (piery " Docs the
SI ciin hold so many ? " found a response Tin the arrival of fresh contingents in their glad t iggcry, and all sporting multi-colored favors, *
THE DECORATIONS.
In this most pleasing detail the citizens collectively and individually excelled themselves. Across the main
thoroughfares were extend d banners
and streamers oanylng (heron messages
of loyalty to our hi loved Sovereign and
cheery hospitable greeting tothecrowds
passing beneath New Denver's glorious
inheritance is a charm or beauty which
alone are incomparable, but clothed in
her holiday raiment and smiled upon
liy a summer sun, its attractions were
considerably enhanced. Foliage and
(lowers were artistically grouped along
tho boulevards, whilst ohoice plants
p*ep.d out from every corner. All lhe
stores and hotels were wreathed within
a garb of eveigecn and exotics, the
whole fonnirg a beautiful effort which
redounded to the credit of the propria*
tors tor ski If nines* and enterprise. The
decoration committee were Messrs. A.
Mclnnes, A. Wallace and J. Black, to
whom all honor.
TDK OPENING EVENT.
Promptly at 0.80 the father of the
Slocan, Wm. Hunter, M P.P., pressed
the button and the day's sport was
begun. The sho es of (he hike from the
wharf to Hie government ollice was
black with peopls a-semblod theio io
witness the v.eht Club's handicap for
the Fisher ('up, for which there were
nine entries, It wa.i a pretty sight to
witnoss (ho natty little craft jockeying
for positions for thc race hi which their
owneis aspired to win, and as kien but
���sport-manlike livalry exists, the progress of Ilie race wus closely watched.
Thc Loader wss undoubtedly the popular fancy, but the adjuster of Iho handicap evidently htld a loo high opinion
of the boat's capabilities���for Eddie
Angiignon's dapper cruiser only managed to hya-k into fifth place. Dr.
W, 10. I.rou-c was Ihe first lofinish in
Iho Lancet, and'was followed hy the
Nansori, owned by A, Jacobson. The
following table shows the startots and
comparative results-!
Launch Owner
Monitor.. Brockman
���Nelson... F,slier 8
Lancet... Brouso I
WATER CARNIVAL.
The double scull boat raos (lady steer-1 knowing ones went in search of those
ing) famished a most interesting and with betting proclivities and money to
exciting event. The distance was a burn. Their deductions were accurate,
quarter mile and was won by half a j for the teim lan as one man an I water
length by A. Owens, W. Read and flew in 28 8-5th sees. The result was
Miss M.ii-y Gor lo.i. The second place | popular, and the viciors were hailed by
was taken by J, Just, P. Lindsay and the vanquished aud oiiizans alike. The
Miss Etnel Bu gVss. 'Tho stroke of the ��inueiB carried away lhe handsome
winning cieiV was a strong, clean 40, silver challenge cup donated by the
while the s-t-ond team adopted a 46 gait. ; citizens, and is now on view in Ather-
It wna a hard close struggle, nnd the' ton's store,
end   was   in  doubt  until the last few I FOOTBALL MATCH.
Stiokes were made. *    when   Ula toams  turuej out ,01. u,e
Another   contest   of   interest   which j tootball malch a ia,.ge orowd lined the
worked   Ihe crowd  to an euthusi istie I
pitch  was  the  single scull race.   This !
event resolved  itself into a match he-
lost a splendid opening. Twigg and
Byrnes pat up a fine defence from this
point or otherwise Saujpn would have
scored again. A most gentlemanly exposition of lhe game terminated in San-
don'sjfavor hy one goal to nil.
Referee: Chas. Gill.
Linesmen: Messrs. Nelson and Law-
son. Tbe officials gave entire satisfaction.
CHILDREN'S SPORTS.
Then came the children's sports, for
which Missioner Baynes proved a competent starter. There were races for
boys under 18, 14, 10 and 7, and the
girls were giadcd similarly. There
were obstacle raceg, tug of war, high
jump, and a host of oilier events which
lend to make kiddies happy. In the
100 yards youths' dash a line finish was
Ing beaten that time in practise, the | seen, A dead heat was recorded between Diek Bhiineaano and Frank Lindsay, with Joe Tnrnei-.u yard away,     In
��� to swear was too previous, the act itself
finds no justification as there were no
connections to make, and theie being a
clear track through. It behoves the
railway company to make searching
enquiry and in common decency put a
gentleman on the run.
It was too bad that one interesting
item was deleted from the spoits pio-
grani. We allude to the "chasing of
the gieasy pi;*." We wore informed
that the event was dropped for the
reason that a pig could not be obtained.
For a future occasion they bave their
eycB on a big fat one.
the decider Dlckis squeezed home a foot
t > the front.    Time, II 2-5 sees.
Another event of great local interest
was the ladies' sprint. In this the winner waa Mrs. Arvieon, witli Mrs Cropp
second and  Mrs.   Murray third.   Asa
striking Instance of   the   rejuvenating I ^ wUh , ,���,*.     f
Mual,,,. oMhel.tnarne climate it will be :u,9noUli inst to fau doffn
interesting to nolo that Ihreo genera--       d^t
lions competed in the foot races.    Mis. | But to lie there-that's disgrace
Hand, a grand  dame of a trifle over | The harder you're hit, the harder you'll
WHICH DID YOU DO?
Did you tackle that trouble  that came
your way
With a resolute heart and cheeiful?
Or hide your face from tho light of day
With a craven soul or fearful?
Oh ! A trouble's a ton or a  troubles an
ounce,
Or a trouble Is what you make it,
And it i.*n't Ihe  fact  that you're hurt
that counts,
But only how did you take il.
You aro beaten  to earth?     Well, well,
what's tl-.at?
74, Lent her daughter Mrs  Blumenaue j
bounce;
Slocan Railway Grievance.
NELSON  BOARD OF TRADE JOINS
THE FIGHT TO HELP OUT.
posed before the  camera, referee  Gill
called Ihe men to line up, which was as
tween A. Owens, thechampion oarsman I f0n0,vs> gantion playing in black shirts
Start
Finish
0.80
10.15-30
9.80 19
lu.87-86
0.31-12
10.88-46
0.88*19
10.31-40
!).'i2-48
0.80*08
Hanson .. Jacobson
Star  White
Lucerne,.' Stage
Maple Leaf, Mclnnes   0 88-18    10.80 82
Mercury. Twigg 9.138-15
L.ader .. Angrlgnon    0.48-4B    10.40*46
Several times were not taken.
of Slocan Lake end A. If. Sanderson,
of Sandon, who is acknowledged to be
the best all-round athlete in the Interior.
Much money therefore changed hands
on this event, partisans of both men
freely o.Teiing their cash. Both go!
away to an excellent start, the Sandon
man striking 46 to his opponents 43.
Opposite the wharf the boats hugged
each other, and so they continued past
the Chinese district until nearlng tlie
winning post, when Owens pushed lhe
nose of his boat inch by inch to lhe
front and snatchel a meritorious victory hy a foot. Bearing his blushing
honors with becoming dignity the voting
English received a salvo of applause
which was well merited and unatintingly
bestowed.' When next these rivals
meet may we be (here losoe.
The Launch Unco scratch, lady sicer-
ing, was a pretty event. All the yachts
ill the flotilla lined up for the start in
full view of the spectators, and on the
word "Go," Doc. Brutise got away first
with his sparker igniting beautifully.
Favori e lor this event was, of course,
Ed. Ang'ignon's new boat, tho Leader,
and barring accidents the race was a
foregone conclusion. However, some
difficulty was experienced with the igniting attachment, or was it that Eddie
wus playing 'possum ?���the Leader was
left at tho post. When finally she responded and the spectators heaid the
*'Jnha this and Juba that, Julia had a
yellow cat " of Ihe engine, a big shout
went up from lhe shore, and men who
hail backed the Li ader breathed freer.
Spooling on like a bird of passage and
steered with accurate precision, the
trim craft leapt after her rivals until
the race was out view of the spectators.
After being on their journey for 45
minutes one of tbe boats hove in tight,
and when the-tricolor pennant of thc
Leader was discerned at the bow the
wildest excitement prevailed. It pass-
the winning buoy live minutes ahead of
iis mutest rival, the Lancet, which in
turn was a few seconds ahead ol the
Nanaen.
At this juncture nn Intermiss'on for
lunch occurred, and we cannot nllow
the occasion to lapse without paying
tribute to tbe bounteous spreads which
wore partaken of at lhe two leading
hotels, tho Newmarket and the St.
James'.
THE GIANTS AT FLAY.
It was in good mood that the largo
concourse moved off towards the park,
where the gladiators wero stroking
their limbs and oiling the hose cirt preparatory to the struggle for supremacy
in speed and judgment in I railing a hose
rci-1 and securing water. Sandon's
string of fire-lighters tinned out as follows: .1. J. Atherton, C. Garrett, D.
Scanlan, P, Ward, A. Stonier, C. Isenor,
Wi Cliffe, A. II. Sanderson, A. Forrest
amlJJ W. Tattrie. The New Denver
team being J. E. Cornwall, G. Greer,
J. Turner, W. Iteade, J. .lost, R. Blumenaue, .1. Coulthard, W. Vallance, A.
Owens and .1. Macdonald. All being
ready New Denver made the  first trial
and white knickers;
white:
Sandou���
New Denver all
A. Stonier
H. Kelso       It. Turner
W. Cliffe, A. II. Sanderson, A. Forrest
R. Stonier C. Garrett
J. J. Atherton       D. Scanlon
Ed. Towgood
O
New Df.xvkk���
J. E. Cornwall
J. Macdonald F, D. Kelly
1'. Barbour J. Coulthard
II. Gill        W.Owens       W. Reads
II. Twigg       J. Byrnes
J. Turner
Direct from the kick-off Denver broke
away and fur a minute looked dangerous, but the splendid checking of the
visiting string nullified any attempt at
combination. Then Sandon forwards
bore down on the homo citadel and
Atherton hit the upright with a daisy
cutter. Forcing the play in the home
liftgcn the Lucerne goalie was called on
to handle several times. Garrett and
Sc-anlon on the right for the Silver City-
were responsible for excellent combined
work which was loudly applauded.
Their short passing when hard pressed
was quile the prettiest work we have
seen on a Canadian footfall field. From
a hard drive in by Garrett the poal
tender managed to save at the expense
of a corner. A well*placed shot by Sanderson Etruck the referee and bounded
into the net, which ho promptly disallowed. By the aid of Cornwall and
Kelly the home eleven wero shortly
afterwards transferring their attention
to aggressiveness, and a few minutes
later Stonier saved a beaut from Paddy
Barbour. Owens and Gill both look
pot shots which were fruitless, and as
the Lucerne bunch were pressing hard
at this period, it looked us though the
visitors would be the first to fall. It
was here that tho sterling defending
qualities of Bob Turner shone out so
conspicuously. By coolness, dash and
superb judgment he prevented Sandon'.*
downfall at what proved the most
critical slage of the game. Kelso also
cleared time and again beautifully.
A kick ou the nose placed Gill hors
tlu combat for a few minutes, and on
resuming play Forrest, Cliffe and Saudi rson were responsible for Eome pretty
combined wo.k. Towgood, secured
from a past by Jay-Jay, and getting
into his football Btride dribbled the
leather clear through the opposition
and plunked it into tho not out of
the custodian's reach. Sandon ace in
the hole and two minutes to half time.
The interval anivid with Twigg and
Garrett scrapping on the touch line.
Resuming play Towgood broke awtty
again, but be was pulled up neatly by
Read, who transferring to Coulthard
enabled the latter to relieve the rush.
Cornwall and Mcdonald tried a run
down, hut the Saudoii hacks were all
same Gibraltar, and they were handed
a lemon at every essay. Sandon from
that out were tho attacking force,
over tbe 150 yards course, and the time I Stonier and Atherton wallowed around
was announce 1 us 82 flat,   Pftndon hav-   like bulls tti a creek, and Let ween them
in the ladies nice, and lhe latter lady is ! Be proud of your blackened eye;
tho mother of the speed merchant who  It isn't the fact that you're licked that
won the youths' dash. counts.
The 100 yards' men's dash proved a i ���*-*'������llow (liJ you fight���and why?
picnic for J.   E.   Cornwall.      Charlie |
Garrett was backed heavily  to win Ill's
event, but something went wrong with   (f*
the works and  the race resolved itself
into a  procession.     Lack of training
and   a  bad   start   crippled,   Garrett's
chances, who also had to hustle some to
shake off Lindsay, the third man. Time
10 4-5 sees,
mi ..  ,i       i        t , i I *^*   Ituronu of information.   All sneolnieas
Ilie  tlueeleprgeil race secured a good ; Kent, to the Editor will be Identified by J. J
entry, ten couples toeing iho mark. The' -W?**<*i wJiowtt] "Isoanswor queries.   Write
' "������***�� pitinly,ardforward your communication*-**
prospectors' Cabinet.
|��s��*UB8C**IBER8  and Non-Subscribers alPc
I t*%   tire invited to take advantage of   tht
*"***     T'���i
winners were those captains of limine
Cornwall and Lindsay, who beat the
Three Forks tryos Grellln and F, Barbour by two yards. Bertram and McLachlan were a foot behind.
Daring the afternoon the Yacht Club
pulled oil' an handicap for the Giiitz*
berger Cup, which was won by Jacob-
son's Nanscn.
In the evening Ihere wero more field
sports. That line old veterau, Geo. K.
Ransom, won the married men's race of
400 yards m good from S. Y. Brockman.
There were nine starters, sev'n of
whom quit for.irrigitlioii purposes when
the Newmarket was reached. George
Bruder and thc scribe started.' Bluffsed.
FUN IN THE GLO.niLVG.
An event which proved exceedingly
popular was the log-sawing contest, at
the onset of which that old " forty-
niner," our Bill of Silverton and Vic-
ioria, exhibited by request his prowess
on a crosscut. Our member would
rather see than snv a cord of wood, hut
his ripping qualities opened tho eyes of
the younger generation who have to be
chased arond all day by their mothers
to get the kindling in. Bill gained the
p'aud.ts of lhe multitude. The entries
for the contest, together with the recorded limes, nre printed below. The
log used was an 18 inch one and the saw
a Handy Andy:
1. John St Denis and W. Hicks
Time 53 3-5 sees
2. W. Cropp and R. N. Cook
Time 58 3-5 sees
3. Car! Western and 1'at Harding
Time 1 min 1 1-5 4ecs
1. A. J. McGillibray and N.   McLellan
Time 1 min 1 3-5 sees
5. J. Jost and W. Cory
Time 1 min 2 4-5 sees
0. I\ U. Mitchell and W. Wilson
Time 2 mins 14'.,' sees
The cousin Jacks who ran into last
place were unfortunate enough to strike
a hunch of knots the last fow inches,
otherwise it was safe betting they would
have won outi ij;ht. These knotty problems are hard ones at the heat of times
���even for Cousin Jacks.
The performance of thc winning team
was an cxtiemely meritorious one.
Au eventful day was brought to an
ending with a grand ball in lhe evening.
samples to reach ihe Editor uot later than
Tuesday of each week.
And now fir a kick which we believe
the incident justifies us in registering.
It was arranged with the C.P.R. that
a special train Bhou'.d leave Denver
Siding for Sandon and Three Forks at
midnight.. The regular tri-weekly train
is duo to leave the Siding shortly after
5 p.m., but 'hose parlies with large
families who had decided to return by
the earlier train wero told by the agent
at New Denver that the train wns cancelled. At 1*1.87 p.m. a conveyance
containing 12 children, among whom
were four babfS in arms, and five adulls
L* ft the town for the depot, which is a
mile away. The parly arrived just as
the  train  was  pulling out.   A certain
E. C, Sandon,
I cannot say without assaying whether
your specimens will contain bismuth or
tin. In minute quantities both these
cons'ituenls are present in tlie ordinary
lead ores of this district. In no case
that I am aware of have cither of these
metals been found in payable quantities,
though one shipment from the Payno
mine indicated as much as 2 p.c.
J. T. F.. Sandon,
I do not qnito understand your letter,
as you seem to use tbe words cleavage
and lamination as indicating the snme
thing. Lamination ii a purely sedimentary structure caused by the settling of
different sized particles, together in
water. Cleavage is a strucpire induced
on certain sedimentary rocks by pressure acting on Bolid rock, nnd is practically unknown except In niet.aniorphic
districts. Lamination is a sine guide
to indicate tho stiike of the rook poss
essit'g i*.; but e'eavage, except where
there i�� proof that it is coincident with
original lamination, is useless for that
purpose. The microscope i-i Ilia onlv
means of accurately nscei tainii g whether a hand specimen is cleaved or laminated. In tho former case the particles are drawn ont into the shape of
lenzes, while in the latter they retain
their sub-angular or rounded form.
G. G., Sandon,
First class antimony ore is supposed
to contain at least 50 p.c. metallic antimony. As thc mineral occurs fairly
pure, this allows 25p.c- gaiigno to be
present, but no more.
W. E. G,, Sandon,
Sicroxn.utv ExiirciiMi.xT.
The principles indicated in Iho answer given to the question aro iu accordance with Ihe views held hy the principals of the Ameiii-an Geological Survey, viz., S. F. Emmons, C. H. Van
Hise, W. Ii. Weed, nnd T. A. Kiekurd.
I specially Indicated in the first answer
that different views are also held by
others to account for tho s.im;* thing,
and my preference for this explanation
h based on tho fact Ihat it is of all ths
hypothesis in exi.da::cu ihe one im st callable of proof an I based on least supposition. 	
Folks down Nevada way are greatly
excited over the discovery of tungsten
in association with gold ore. Wo know
of a spot not fair miles from Silverton
where any amount of tungsten ore is to
be obtained in association with rich
gold ore, and strange to say, the owner
can scarcely lind limo to do assessment
work.
Here areoneor two genuine "Parental
Notes:"
"Dere Miss,���Pleas excus inary been
late she's been out on a herring."
"Dear Madam,���Jane has had to  slop
uniformed official   knew   that tho  rig  home as I  have had twins.    It  shan't
containing the party was climbing the [ occul. (main."
hill, yet he was brutal enough to cry
"all aboard" and leave tha children
und their parents stranded, Su.han
act at such an hour, and knowing there
was no possibility of the party starting
"Dere Sir,���Pleas excuse Harry, He
addent no trouses and 04 father woud-
dent let him cine without any."
"Dear   Miss    Smith,��� pleas    excuse
Rachel  Abeam,     she ad  to  fetch    or
for hume in.less than three days, must1 mother's liver."
he written as coarsely inhuman. Event ..sir_j im,st strictly f>,bid you to
Inking it for granted that the train was L.la|,|, ������������10S. again fur anything he
justified in pulling out to the second,! (*0l,S| as WP never do so ourselves except
which by tho Nvay many arc prepared  ���   aA{ aetence.-Vours truly, --"
The Nelson board of trade has taken
up the cudgel on behalf of the dwellers
of Slocan lake lo persuade the C.P.R.
company to give them a better mail,
passenger and freight service lhan at
present.
The hoard is dubious about the advantage of the proposed change in the
G.N.R. service, and wants several important concessions before expressing
approval.
Both mattors were discussed at a special meeting held in the court house
at Nelson.
There Wero" present: F. Starkey, in
the chair, S. M. Brydges, P. G, Ebbutt,
J. E. Amiable, S. S. Taylor, F. J. Hammond, T. G. Proctor, W. W. Boor, II.
G, Goodeve, J. J. Campbell, ,1. M. Lay,
8, A. Kelly, I.G. Nelson, A,W. Dyer,
F.J. Deane, K.J. Mcphee of Slocan, W.
Gillet, H. E. Douglas, L. B. DeVe.bor,
H. Dyers.
The president announced the object
of tho meeting lo he thu consideration
of tho railway and steamer service in
lhe Slocan di-trict.
A. W. Dyer presented a written report on the public meeting held in New
Denver on the subject, at which a rcso
Union was passed condemning tho present service, expressing confidence in
the Noleon board of trade, and asking
that the Nelson biard ap point a committee to co-operate wilh the delegation
from Slocan which will interview the
C.P.R. oTiciah.
R. J. MePhee, speaking on invitation
said that Slocan City wai still getting
its usual service to Nelson, but the
other lake points were suffering a hardship. A steamer pas od every day but
called only three days a week. On the
other days they refuse lo accept or deliver either passengers or mail. He
thought the reduction meant a serious
set-hack to the development of the district.
A. W. Dyer moved that a committee
be appointed to  confer  with the delegates from Slocan points, who were expected to    reach   Nelson   Wednesday
night, who will be:
Sandon, L, Pratt, O. V. White.
Three Forks, Harry Lowe.
New  Denver, J.    Thompson, C.   F,
Nelson,
Silverton, W. II. Brandon, W. Hunter.
Slocan, T. MoNeish.
Speaking to his  motion Mr. Dyer  explained,  what has  already been   pub
lished,   that  tho  steamer scivics   hns
been reduced from six to  three days  a
work,'to the- inconvenience of the people of the district.    He explained  that
the   Slocan  people  believed   the  local
officials to be in sympathy  with  them,
but to be overqled by tho  new  western
management.   He also stated   that  a
government gauran tee insured lhe C.P.R.
against loss on  the Nakusp and  Slocan
branch.
The motion wns seconded hy T. G.
Proctor and carried. The president appointed Messrs. Dyer, Beer, DeVeber,
Nelson and Tavlor.
IHaftusp motes.
Mr. and M*s. L. J. Edwards and
daughter Doiis have gone on a trip to
Winnipeg.
While chopping on his ranch about
three miles down the hike, J. It. Jamie*
son had the misfortune to cut his foot
very badly. He tied it up as well as ho
conld and rowed to town. When ho
reached here he was very weak
from loss of blood. At tlie present lime ho is recovering nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Bulger entertained
the Dramatic Club on Wednesday evening last.
Nakusp will celebrate July 1st in fino
style. Already wo aro at work and a
substantial sum has been raised. A
good days sport is assured.
Capt. Dongal is back in town again
In charge of the tug Columbia.
Messrs, D. M. Kcchnle and Hench-
cliffo of Edmonton have been iu town
disposing of Edmonton real estate.
The str. Kootenay has 'oet-n repaired
and painted for the summer run.
The rapid rise of the lake carried away
the C.P.R. freight shed and F. W. Jor-
dans  bont house.
L, J. Edwards returned from a trip-
to Winnipeg this week.
Mr. A. Ilobhs, who has been checker
at the station here for nearly four years,
leaves in a few days for Rosebery to
take up a position there.
A young fellow by the name of Nor-
ris, while working on the ranch of L. F.
McDougald, blowing out stumps, was
bad'y injured by an explosion. Ho had
put three charges of powder under a
slump. Two went off, but the other
did not ex;)lole, anl Norrls, tliiukin* it
had not caught, went up to investigato
with tho result that it exploded just
as ho reached the stump.
J. C. Harlow shot a fine big black
bear on Saturdiy afternoon and in tho
evening Oscar Strauss got another one.
On May 24th Nakusp lurr.ed out in a
body at a picnic held in ^..'ijcc .grove
near No, 1 bridge. An abundance of
good eatables antl some games passed
oh" a very pleasant-day.
Mr. Russel Nichol left for a visit to
the Northwest this week.
Sam Harlow is training his horse for
tho races hero on July 1st. Sam saya
he will land the money.
AilvisiRO Us to Keep Kicking
Nelson News.
Slocan people are advised that nothing useful is   likely  to  he   obtained   in
the direction ol improving their mail
service by holding indignation meetings. This Is a plain Intimation from
the C. P. 11. that Slocan people must accept what is given without a murmur.
Tho-Oi P. R. is very fond of dictating
those who do not approve of everything
lhnt corporation dees. The Daily News
received similiar intimation from the
C . P. R sources in regard to its complaint, against the nows service supplied
hy the telegraph end of that powerlul
institution. Wc wore told to stop or a
terrible fate would befall us. The people
of the Slocan are given to ui.dcrttnnd
that if thoy continue to kick against
the new mail service they ca'i look for
no betterment?. This is a free country
and it is a Britisher's pilvlllge lo kick.
Our advice lo the peoplo of the Slocan
is to. keep kicking until they secure
what Ihey want. It is morally certain
that the C. P. It. wHI tb nothing unless compelled. We can assure the
Slocan people that Nelson board of
trade will rally to tlieir support and
that no effort will bo spared on the
pait of Ihe independent citizens ol
Nelson to help Slocan secure rodrOSS of
a very burdcneoine giijvaitce
PUBLIC MEETING AT SANDON.
At a public meeting held at Sandon,
011 May 27th, the following resolution
was unanimously passed:
That wo most emphatically protest
against lhe mail service which is now-
being given us by the Canadian Pacific.
Railway, viz., tho tii-weekly service
lately organized, In sonic cases letters
from Nelson arrive five days after being
mailed, we therefore urgently request
that the usual daily eorvico he given ns,
or Ihat tho mail contract he given to
the Great Northern Railway on Koo
tenay Lake, in order that wo miiy havo
a daily service by lhe new sohoelule
which goes into effect on that railway
on June 2nd.
Messrs. O. V. While, S. .). Towgood,
and Louis Pr;\tt aie appointed by thia
meeting to go lo Nelson (with power to
send substitutes in case tbey cannot go)
wilh power to act for thorn and urge bv
all legitimate, means, a change to tho
usual daily mail service. At present
business is just reviving from a long di-
prcssing winter, and unless the servico
Is bettered it will do great damage to all
business cunnccled with this part of Iho
country.
(signed;   S. J. TOWGOOD
Chairman   W. SMITH.
Secretary
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby   given that the  undermentioned persons havo  applied for
renewal of tlieir hotel  license at tho
places   set  opposite   their   respective
11 allies:
Henry Siege, Newmarket Hotel,      New
Denver.
A. Jacobson,     Si.   .lames Hotel,    New
Denver.
D. Brandon,  Selkiik Hotel,    Silverton.
U. M. Spencer, Vicloiia Hotel, Silverton
I). Grant,    Windsor Hotel,    Silverton
II. Nevill,    Slocan Hotel,   Three Kirks
,1. S. I> ancheaue, Basin Hotel,   Ailing-
ton Ua'sin.
M. McCarthy,    Ito.-ebery Hjtel,   Rosebery.
A meeting of the hoard of llcenio
coininii-sioneiH ol the Slocan lieen.si*
diftricl. will be held lo c insider such
applicnli ns at tbo court bouse, Ken**
Denver on Saturday the loth day of
June at eleven o'clock in the forenoon,
.tOIlS T, BLACK,
Chief L ceuso ln-p etui-,
Dated nt New   DtUVCr  May *.'0th   l-JOt THE SLOCAN MINING REVIEW,  SANDON,  B. C.
(���"loutiqued From  Last Week.l
CHAPTER XVII.
HE was torn by conflicting emotions.    That the two  friends
had surreptitiously exchanged
messages, doubtless by an ar
rangement perfected since he had entered the service���possibly within the
week���could not be disputed. When
and how had they planned the accidental meeting? What had been their
method of communication? And, above
all, what were the contents of tbe messages exchanged? Were they of a
purely personal nature or did they comprehend Injury to the principality of
Graustark? Beverly could not, ln her ^
heart, feel that Baldos was doing anything Inimical to the country he served,
and yet her duty and loyalty to Yetive
made It Imperative that the transaction should be reported at once. A
word to Quinnox and Ravone would be
seized and searched for the mysterious
paper. This, however, looked utterly
unreasonable, for the vagabonds were
armed and ln force, while Yetive was
accompanied by but three men who
could be depended upon. Baldos, under the conditions, was not to be reckoned upon for support. On the other
hand, If be meant no barm, it would be
cruel, even fatal, to expose bim to this
charge of duplicity. And while she
turned these troublesome alternatives
over ln her mind the opportunity to
act was lost. Ravone and hla men
were gone, and the harm, If any was
Intended, was done.
From time to time she glanced back
at the guard. His face was Imperturbable, even sphinx-like In Its steadiness.
She decided to bold hlm personally to
account. At the earliest available moment she would demand an explanation of his conduct, threatening him If
necessary. If he proved obdurate there
was but one course left ooen to her.
Bhe would deliver him up to the Justice he had outraged. Hour after hour
went by, and Beverly suffered more
than she could have told. The damage was done, and the chance to undo
It was slipping farther and farther out
of her grasp. She began to look upon
herself as the vilest of traitors. There
was no silver among the clouds that
marred her thoughts that afternoon.
It was late ln the day when the party
returned to the castle tired out. Beverly was the only oue who had no longing to seek repose after the fatiguing
trip. Her mind was full of unrest. It
was necessary to question Baldos at
once. There could be no peace for her
until she learned the truth from him.
The strain became so great that at last
sho sent word for him to attend ber In
the park. He was to accompany the
men who carried the sedan chair, ln
which she had learned to sit with a delightful feeling of being ln the eighteenth century.
In a far corner of the grounds, now
gray ln the early dusk, Beverly bade
the bearers to set down her chair and
leave her ln quiet for a few minutes.
The two men withdrew to a respectful
distance, whereupon she called Baldos
to her side. Her face was flushed with
anxiety.
"You must tell me the truth about
that transaction with Ravone," she
said, coming straight to the point.
"I was expecting this, your highness,"
said he quietly.   The shadows of night
were falling, but she could distinguish
the look of anxiety ln his dark eyes.
"Well?" she Insisted impatiently.
"You saw the notes exchanged?"
"Yes, yes, and I command you to tell
me what they contained.   It was the
most daring thing I"���
"Your highness, I cannot tell you
what passed between us. It would be
treacherous," he said firmly. Beverly
gasped in sheer amazement.
"Treacherous? Good heaven, sir! To
whom do you owe allegiance���to me or
to Ravone and that band of tramps?"
she cried, with eyes afire.
"To both, your highness," he answered so fairly that she was for the
moment abashed. "I am loyal to you���
loyal to the heart's coi^-and yet I am
loyal to that unhappy band of tramps,
as you choose to call them. They are
my friends. You are only my sovereign."
"And you won't tell me what passed
between you?" she said, angered by
this epigrammatic remark.
"I cannot and be true to myself."
"Oh, you are a glorious soldier!" she
exclaimed, wltb fierce sarcasm ln her
voice. "You speak of being true! I
surprise you lu the very set of"���
"Stay, your highness!" he said coldly. "You are about to call me a spy
and a traitor. Spare me, I implore you,
thut humiliation. I have sworn to serve
you faithfully and loyally. I have not
deceived you, and I shall not. Paul
Baldos bus wronged no man, no woman. What passed between Ravone and
myself coucerns us only. It had nothing to do with the affairs of Graustark."
"Of course you would say that. You
wouldn't be fool enough to tell the
truth," cried she hotly. "I am the
fool! I have trusted you, and If anything goes wrong I alone am to blame
for exposing poor Graustark to danger.
Oh, why didn't I cry out this afternoon!"
"I knew you would not," he said,
with cool unconcern.
"Insolence! Whut do you mean by
that?" she cried ln confusion.
"In your heart you knew I was doing
no wrong. You shielded me then, as
you have shielded me from the beginning."
"I don't see why I sit here and let
you talk to me like that," she said, feeling the symptoms of collapse. "You
have not been fair with me, Baldos.
You are laughing at me now and calling me a witless little fool. You���you
did something today tbat shakes my
faith to the very bottom. I never can
trust y^u.jsalu. jUood heaven, I. ha,.*
to confess to���to every oife that you are
not honest."
"Your highness!" be implored, coming close to the chair and bending over
her. "Before God I am honest with
you. Believe me when I say that I
have done nothing to injure Graustark.
1 cannot tell you what it was thut
passed between Itavone nud me, but 1
swear on my soul that I bave not beeu
disloyal to my oath. Won't you trust
me? Won't you believe?" His breath
was fanning her ear, his voice was
eager. She could feel the intensity of
Us eyes.
"Oh, I don't���don't know what to say
to you," sbe murmured. "I have beeu
so wrought up with fear and disappointment You'll admit that it was
very suspicious, won't you?" she cried,
almost pleadingly.
"Yes, yes," he answered. His hand
touched her arm, perhaps unconsciously. She threw back her head to give
him a look of rebuke. Their eyes met,
and after a moment both were full of
pleading. Her lips parted, but the
words would not come. She was afterward more than thankful for this, because his eyes Impelled her to give
voice to amazing things that suddenly
rushed to her head.
"I want to believe you," she whispered softly.
"You must���you do! I would give
you my life. You have it now. It Is
ln your keeping and with It my honor.
Trust me, I beseech you. I have trusted you."
"I brought you here"��� sho began, defending him involuntarily. "But, Baldos, you forget that I am the princess!" She drew away In sudden shyness, her cheeks rosy once more, her
eyes filling with tbe most distressingly
unreasonable tears. He did not move
for what seemed hours to her. She
beard tbe sharp catch of his breath
and felt the repression that was mastering some unwelcome emotion ln him
wghts were springing Into existence
ln all parts of the park. Beverly saw
the solitary window iu the monastery
far away, and her eyes fastened on It
as If for sustenance In this crisis of her
life���this moment of surprise, this moment when she felt bim laying hands
upon the heart she bad not suspected
of treason. Twilight was upou them;
the sun had set, aud night was rushing up to lend unfair advantage to tbe
forces against which they were struggling. The orchestra iu the castle was
playing something soft nnd tender���
oh, so far away!
"I forget that I am a slave, your
highness," be said at lust, aud his voice
thrilled her through and through. She
turned quickly and to her utter dismay found bis face nnd eyes still close
to hers, glowing iu the darkness.
"Those men over there," she whispered helplessly���"tbey are looking at
you!"
"Now I thank God eternally," he
cried softly. "You do uot punish me;
you do not rebuke me. God, there is no
night!"
"You���you must not talk like that,"
she cried, pulling herself together sud-
deuly. "I cannot permit it, Baldos.
You forget who you are, sir."
"Ah, yes, your hlghuess," he said before ho stood erect. "I forget that I
was a suspected traitor. Now I am
guilty of leze majesty." Beverly felt
herself grow hot with confusion.
"What am I to do with you?" she
cried lu perplexity, her heart beating
shamefully. "You swear you are honest, aud yet you wou't tell me the
truth. Now, don't stand like that!
You are as straight us a ramrod, aud I
know your dlgulty is terribly offended.
I may be foolish, but I do believe you
intend no barm to Graustark. You
cannot be a traitor."
"I will some day give my life to repay you for those words, your highness," he said. Her hand was resting
on the side of the chair. Something
warm touched It, and then It was lifted reslstlessly. Hot, passionate lips
burned themselves into the white Angers, and a glow went Into every fiber
of ber body.
"Oh!" was all she could say. He
gently released the hand and threw up
his chin resolutely.
"I am ulinost ready to die," he said.
She laughed for the first time since
they entered the park.
"I don't know how to treat you," she
said In a helpless flutter. "You kuow
a princess has many trials In life."
"Not the least of which Is womanhood."
"Baldos," she said after a long
pause. Something very disagreeable
had Just rushed Into her brain. "Have
you been forgetting all this time that
the Princess Yetive is the wife of
Grenfall Lorry?"
"It bas never left my mind for an
Instant. From the bottom of my heart
I congratulate him. Ills wife is au
angel as well as a princess."
"Well, In the code of morals, Is It
quite proper to be so loyal to another
man's wife?" sbe asked, and then she
trembled. He was supposed to know
her as the wife of Greufall Lorry, and
yet he had boldly shown his love for
her.
"It depends altogether on the other
muu's wife," he said, and she looked
up quickly. It wus too dark to see
his face, but something told her to
press the point no further. Deep down
In her henrt she was beginning to rejoice lu the belief that he hud fouud
her out. If be still believed her to be
the real princess, then be wns���but the
subject of conversation at least had
to be changed.
"You say your message to Ravone
was of a purely personal nature," she
said.
"Yes, your highness." She did uot
like tbe way In which he said "your
highness." It sounded as if he meant
it.
"How did you know that you were
to see him today?" -   - ���*
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"\T6 nave'waTTed for this opportunity
since last week.   Franz was In the castle grounds last Thursday."
"Good heavens!   Vou don't menn It!"
"Yes, your highness,    lie carried a
message to tne from Ravone.   That Is
BRET l.���ltTE ON DICKENS
The war correspondent, Frederic Vil-
liers, has recorded a talk w. n Bret
Hai-te apropos of the poem, ' uiokens
in Camp": "We ail felt his loss niosit
keenly in the States," said Harte. "On
hearing of bis death 1 sat down
about, 3 in the afternoon to write an
editorial un the great author. 1 wrote
o.ie and then tore it up. Then another, after much pains, was written.
This did not please me, so 1 tore it
up. 1 wrote yet another and threw it
i)ito Hie waste paper basket; it v/ould
not do. It was getting late, and 1 was
now keeping the paper wailing impress. 1 was illumining ou my desk,
absolutely without another thought in
mv bead; 1 had run drv. Suddenly 1
mechanically began to write, and tho
result was the thing you seem to like
so much. Well, Mr. Villiers, you are
not  far out.    I  like it, too."
TORTURING   RHEUMATISM
' Here Is What Ravone situs."
why Ravone and the others waited foi
me in the hills."
"You amaze me!"
"I have seen Franz often," he confessed easily, "lie Is au excellent
messenger."
'So it .would seem. Wo must keep
u lookout for him. He is tbe go-between for you all, I see."
"Did yon lonrn to say 'you all' In
America?" he asked. Her heart gave
a great leap. There was something
so subtle lu the query that she wus
vastly welleved.
"Never mind about that. sir. You
won't tell me what you suld Iu your
no*-e tn Uiivoue"
"I cannot.** '
"Well, he gave you oue hi return. If
you are perfectly sincere, Baldos, yon
will hand that note over to me. It
shall go no further, I swear to you, If,
as you vow, It does not jeopardize
Grausturk. Now, sir, prove your loyalty and your honesty."
He hesitated for a long time; then
from an Inner pocket he drew forth ���
hit of paper.
"1 don't see why It has not been
destroyed," he said regretfully. "What
a neglectful fool I have been!"
"You might hnve said it had beeu destroyed," she said, happy because he
had not said It.
"But that would have been a lie.
Read It, your highness, and return It
to me.   It must be destroyed." j
"It is too dark to read It here." With- j
out a word he handed the paper to her
and called the chair bearers, to whom
he gave Instructions that brought her
speedily beneath one of the park lamps.
She afterward recalled the guilty Impulse which forced her to sit on the
telltale note while the men were carry-
lug her nlong ln the driveway. When
It was quite safe she slyly opened the
missive. His hund closed over hers
and the note, nud he bent close once
more.
"My only fear is that the test will
make It impossible for me to kiss your
hand again," said he ln a strained
voice.   She looked up iu surprise.
"Then It is really something disloyal?"
"I have called It a test, your highness," he respouded enigmatically.
"Well, we'll see," she suld and forthwith turned her eyes to the ell important paper. A quick flash crossed her
brow; her eyes blinked hopelessly. The
note was written iu thc Graustark language!
"I'll read It later, Baldos. This is no
place for me to be reading notes, don't
you kuow; really, it Isn't. I'll give It
back to you tomorrow," she was ln
baste to say.
An Inscrutable smile came over his
face.
"Ravone's information Is correct, I
am now convinced," he said slowly.
'Tray, your hlgbness, glance over It
now, that I may destroy It at once," he
persisted.
"The light Isn't good."
"It seems excellent."
"And I never saw such a miserable
scrawl as this. He must have written it
on horseback, and at full gallop."
"It is quite legible, your highness."
"I really cannot read the stuff. You
know his handwriting. Read It to me.
I'll trust you to read It carefully."
"This Is embarrassing, your highness,
but I obey, of course, if yon command.
Here Is what Ravone says:
"We have fresh proof that she Is not ths
princess, but the American girl. Be exceedingly careful that she does not lead
you Into any admissions. The Americans
are tricky. Have little to Bay to her and
guard your tongue well. We are all well
and are hoping for the best."
(To Be Continuod.)
Suffered for Five Years���Cu-ed by Dr.
Williams  Pink  Pills
Agonizing pains, sometimes in one
part of the body, sometimes ln another, more often In the back or Joints
���that's rheumatism. Each day makes
the disease worse���increases the tor
ture. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills have
cured thousands. They cured Mr.
Horace Plante, of Sorel, Que., of a
most aggravated case of rheumatism
I walked as 1�� my boots were filled with
pebbles. The pains, starting in my
feet, spread to all parts of the body;
my back and Joints became affected.
For upwards of five years I suffered
the greatest agony. Often I was con-
lined to bed, hardly able to move. No
thing seemed to help me. I despaired of ever being well again. By good
ehance Dr. Williams' Pink Pills were
brought to my attention and I decided
to try them. I got six boxes���before
they were gone I felt a great Improvement. I contlinued the treatment and
my health gradually came back till
now I do not feel the least pain���I am
totally cured. It was a surprise to my
friends to see me on the street again
well and strong after five years of torture. They wanted to know what
brought about the change. I told
them Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, for 1
took no other medicllne once I began
their use. Rheumatic sufferers give
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills a fair trial;
they will surely do for you what they
did for me."
It is in the blood ��� poor blood ���
that such troubles as rheumatism,
indigestion, dizziness, heart palpitation, anaemia, weakness and a host
of other diseases find their root. It
Is the bliod that Dr. Williams' Plnlt
Pills act on. They make It pure,
rich, red nnd health-giving. That is
why they cure all the common ailments of everyday life. Sold by
druggists or by mall at 50 cents a box
or six boxes for $2.50, from the Dr.
Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
Respected His Scruples.
In the mathematics class one day
Williams collage Professor S.. w
.van rarely made the subject of colli*
jests, was excessively annoyed
some man "squeaking" a small rubl
bladder. The noise seemed to eo
from near a certain Jack Holds, n
after querying each of his nelghb'
nnd receiving a negative answer Pi
tensor S. said sternly;
"Holds, do you know who Is niakli
that unbearable noise?"
Hollls, who had been the guilty pi
sou all along, assumed an air of stolon
bravery nnd said calmly, "I know, sir
but I prefer not to tell."
Professor S.'s angry face grew call"
er, und with' evident pleasure he n
idled: "I respect your scruples, Hollh-
They do you credit and should sham*
���Iip guilty man, sir."
Parents buy Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator because they know it is
a safe medicine for their children and
an   offectual  expeller of  worms.
Mrs. Clarence Crabbe, of Chicago,
was bume' in her home city, Chatham.
Where can I get some of Holloway's
Com Cure. I was entirely cured '*''
my ' corns by this remedy and I wish
Bome more of it for my friends. So
writes  Mr.   J.   W.   Brown,  Chicago.
Aa Awful Shock.
The deputy stage manager at the
Theatre Royal, Dublin, at one time
was a little man named Llnders, who
had a strange/ dislike of the ladles of
tbe ballet and treated them rather
harshly. He wore a wig, but the fact
was not generally known. On one occasion, however, an enraged coryphee
seized him by the U**lr, and off came
the wig, exposing a shiny expanse of
cranium. He at once dashed off to
complain to Mrs. Harris, the manager's
wife, but the good lady could only
gasp in stupefied tones, "Good gracious,
Mr. Llnders, why, you are bald!" To
which Llnders instantly replied: "No,
madam, no. My hair became loose
with horror I"
Foundation of Japan.
Every Feb. 11 Is celebrated In Japan
the great annua, festival of Klgeuset-
su, the anniversary of tho foundation
of the empire by the first emperor,
Jimmu-tenno, B. C. 000. The Japanese reckon their present era as from
this date, and it was on Feb. 11, 1889,
that Mutsuhlto, the one hundred nnd
twenty-first of the dynasty, promulgated the present constitution of the
empire of Japan, the fundamental principle of which Is clearly stated In Its
first article, "The empire of Japan
shall be reigned over and governed by
a line of emperors unbroken from ages
eternal." The organization of a parliament took place In 1890, which ln
the Japanese reckoning would be 2550
from Jlmmu's setting up his capital at
Kashlwara, in the province of Yamato,
which is regarded by Japanese hlsto-
-ians as the beginning oC-tbe-emjiii r.
Keep  Minard's Liniment in the House
The Line Was Busy.
"Why can't I get my number?" demanded the man.
"Line's busy," replied tbe telephone
girl.
"I don't believe It"
"It's so Just the same. Some cowboys have borrowed it to hang a horse
thief   with."
THE THIRD  HOUSE.
Legislative Annex of the Special Interests In Congress.
The third house, as the lobby is sometimes called, Is the legislative annex
of the special Interests. It Is the
bouse of special representatives, and
Its membership is a curious study ln
the widely different
Its meeting place Is the lobby and
committee rooms of the nation's capital, the hotel rotrnda, the lawyer's
office, the street, the banquet room,
the little back room, the bar, the road
house, the home, the brothel���anywhere the legislator may be found and
personally approached. That is the
object of a lobby���personal contact
with the people's representatives and
the Influence upon legislation worked
thereby.
If legislators were perfect there
would be no lobby. If they were perfectly wise, there would be no occasion for the lobbyist who desires "to
inform" them; If perfectly honest,
there would be no occasion for the
lobbyist who desires to "make It worth
while;" If perfectly patriotic, there
would be no occasion for the lobbyist
who desires for himself "a Utile personal favor"���at the people's expense.
The existence of a lobby Is premised
on human frailty. It Is present to
prey on human weakness, to warp the
action of the leglslntlve body by appeal to vanity, Ignorance, cupidity or
fear��� Gllson Gardner ln Success Magazine.
Ghosts   Explained.
Telepathy, ghosts, and other occult
phenomena were explained on a natural basis by Dr. Bernard Hollander
at the London Lyceum Club recently.
it is by brain energy, whether electrical or not we do not know, said
the lecturer, that men acquire influence over others. That such energy
exists has been proved by experiments
on hypnotized persons, who in a perfectly darkened room can see a glow
it the finger-points of the hypnotizer;
and metallic objects rubbed by' the
latter acquire a luminosity strong
-mough to make their surroundings
visible.
Supposing a person to be the victim
of foul play, his mind-energy will be
exerted to the utmost, and is projected with such a force that it will cling
to the room or place In which he lost
his life. If, then, some person ol a
sensitive nature, and not prn-oc-
eupiid, pass through that room, his
brain may receive such a stimulus as
to produce some more or less defined
image, which will appear real to him,
and the vision of a "ghost" will be
the result.
The same theory, said Dr. Hollander, makes it possible that sensitive
<nbj��cts when in the hypnotic state,
and holding an object belonging to
the dead or the living, or being in a
room once inhabited by them, rray
havo visions of and be able to de
-icribe them	
A Pretty Paradox.
"The charming debutante upsets all
received maxims."
"How sor'
"By provlug that a miss can also be
�� hit."
I.et him who neglects to raise tho
fallen fear lest when he falls no one
will stretch out his hand to lift bim
���id. -Saadl.
HON. H. R. EMMERSON
Director of Record Foundry Co.
There are few men in the Maritime Provinces, or, for that matter, anywhere in
Canada, better known to the public than
the Hon. H. R. Emmerson, Minister of
Railways and Canals.
Hon. Mr. Emmerson is a son-in-law of
the late Charles B. Record, who, some 75
years ago established the Record Foundry
and Machine Co., at Moncton, N. U., and
is a heavy stockholder and a director
therein. He is responsible for much of
the untiring energy which has advanced
this concern to a front rank in Canadian
industries. The Record Foundry and
Machine Co. now have works at Montreal
and Moncton, and have also sales branches
in Moncton, Montreal, Toronto, Winnipeg,
Calgary and Vancouver.
EXCITED NERVES,
TWITCHING MUSCLES
System Exhausted  by Worry and  Loss of
Sleep���Perfect  Health the  Result
of Using
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.
Such   cures   i
sible   to   doubt    the
ence   of   Dr.   t 'base's   Nerve   Food.
Mrs. E. J. Vanderburgh of Easteun
Welland avenue, St. Catharines, Unt.,
states: "Foe twenty-one years I was
liatliy afflicted with heart trouble, nervousness and oranlps in the limbs, also twitching of the muscles, and nervous headaches. I became weak, debilitated and oinaciatid. My condition was distressing and I was made
worse through worry and loss of
sleep.
"1 I ried a hundred remedies in
vain, and reading about Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food 1 deciiltd to try it. After
having used half a dozen boxeB of
this preparation my old trouble bad
entirely vanislitd and I was enjoying
better health than I bad since girlhood.    1 am -now past middle life and
this   make   it   impos- drugs,   but   it  is   positively   and   defln
restorative   intiu-   itelv   known   that   iron   forms   new   red
corpuscleB   iu   the   blood,   or,   iu   other
words, makis the blood rich and nourishing.
But iron alone cannot be taken
into a delicate stomach. The gnat
secret of tbe success of Dr. Chase's
Nerve Food is in the way iron is com.
biued witli certain other restoratives
so as to make a preparation that can
be used with the greatest benefit by
even he most weak and delicate person.
Dr. Chase's Nerve Food is also
slightly laxative as well as tonic in.
influence, ajntl while building up tb"
systenr insims tlie regular and health
ful action of the digestive, fllteiing
and   excretory   systems.
If you would enrich the blood,
strengthen,     the    nerves    and    replae
am in perfect nealtn. I would not I woak'iesB and disease with health and
take worlds today and go back fo my i vigor use Dr. Chase's Nerve Food; 60
former  state." cents   a   box,  6   boxes   for   $2.50,   at   all
There   is   more   or   less   mystery   and   dealers,    or    Ediiiunsun,   Bates  &   Co.,
doubt as to the specific action of many i Toronto.
HARDY  FERNS.
I    German    artillery     equipiuc ut    is    to
be  painted  a dull grey  iu  future.
About Forty Species Are Suited to Outdoor Culture.
Among the hardy ferns arc varieties
greatly differing in size and form, from
a hairlike creeping stem bearing a few
simple mossllke leaves to the vigorous growing plants with large leaves,
ittalnlng a height of two or three feet,
ferns are interesting and extremely
beautiful, especially wheu grown as
���specimen plants or In combination
with other plants. The varying conditions In which tbe different species succeed are remarkable. Many of tbem
require a warm temperature, while
ithers do well In cool and shady places.
Of the 4,000 or more.species of ferns
not more than about forty species are
suited to outdoor culture ln ordinnry
soils and Bituntious. These species can
be planted ln beds, borders or rocker
ie* or In the foreground of shrubbery
is most of them require a somcwhai
shady place, tliey are especially useful
for filling In places where grass and
)thor light loving plants cannot grow
Perfect drainage Is required. The soli
should have leaf mold in It, or decayed
peat or well decayed sod will answer.
Hardy ferns nre best planted In th"
spring, but tbey can be planted In tlie
summer If the fronds or leaves aro CU"
back, making It easier for tlie plants to
establish themselves before tbe wiutei
'jets In. From his florist the nmateu-
gardener can obtain cuttings of varle
ties most suitable for tlie soil and cli
mate In his vicinity. In the winter tlr
I'erus should be given protection, wit"
a covering of leaves, bay or straw.
A Paradox of Poets.
'Toets bave always had scanty en
couragemeut."
"Yes," answered the sad eyed youth
with Inky fingers. "The Idea seems to
be that poetry Is something everybody
onght to read and nobody ought to
write."
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The   Jamestown
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tercentennial    expo-
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Ourei all akin dlaeaies or Taraiitei.
Thruih, Diphtheria. Removei all
Bunohei from Hones or Cattle,
Aa a Human   H-*medy for  Rheumatism,
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 Jfaotlon.   Prl(     ���
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Ita use.   r?*Bend  for  deecriptlvo  circulars,
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Cramps
Onmps and pain so together. A cramp
anywhere le a sudden end very painful
contraction of the muscles.   \\ hen In
She Helped.
Rnyner���It took nerve, didn't It, to
break yourself of the habit of smoking at your age? Shyne���It did, you
bet! But my wife���er���has plenty of
tha*
the arms, lege or bowels, rub the part
briskly with the beetmuacle relaxative
J0HHS��GS,Sr
Perform the rubbing by working the
muaolea back and forth with tlie palm
of hand; uae plenty of Liniment. Take
dropped on sugar foratotnaoh cranipa.
25 cento, three ttmee aa much SO centa.
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TRISCUIT
It is the wholesome Shredded Wheat wafer. Displaces ordinary white
bread or crackers, because of its superior nutritive qualities, whether
served with soup as a crouton; with cheese, preserves, cccoa or oh/*-
oolate, or toasted,  with butter.
Try  BIS3UIT for Bre-rtfast; TRISCUIT for Luncheon.
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A Distinction.
"What   16  grand  opera   aa  distinct |
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"Oh, you pretend to appreciate one,
but  you  can   appreciate  the other."
The
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ECZEMA AGAIN
OVERCOME
ZAM-BUK  CURES A  CASE  WHICH
FOR TWO YEARS HAD DEFIED
EVERY   REMEDY   TRIED
A   Farmer's   Gateful   Testimony
No case of eczema, skin disease, t.r
ulceration, should be despaired of until Zam-Buk lias bee.i applied. The
case of Mr. Francis Penoit of St.
Anne's (Man.), is a powerful illustration of Zam-buk's efficacy. He says:
���*I suffered from eczema for two years,
and tried a great number of remedies.
None of them, however, seemed to do
me any good. The ailment was mostly
iu my legs, and both these wore
actually raw from the knees down. A
small sample box of Zam-Buk was
given to me, and even so small a
quantity as that did nie a little good.
1 then obtained a proper supply, and
by the time 1 had used a few boxes I
was   completely  cured."
Zam-Buk differs from ordinary
salves and embrocations in contain-
big no animal oil or fat. It is compounded from rich, healing, herbal
essences, and is an ideal natural combination of power and purity. Il la
highly* antiseptic, and instantly kills
bacilli and disease germs, which settling on to wounds and skin diseases
set up festering, blood poison, etc.
For cuts, burns, bruises, ulcers,
abscesses, pimples, boils, skin eruptions, sculp sores, spreading sons,
children's skin troubles, chafing sores,
etc., Zam-Buk is unequalled, it alsu
cures piles. All druggists and stores
a'. 50c a box, or from Zam-Buk Co.,
Toronto, Tor price, 6 boxes for %1/M.
DRAWING THE  LIkW
A   well   known   judge   on   a   Virginiu
circuit waB  reminded very  forcibly the
other day of his increasing baldness.
One of his rural friends, looking at
him rather hard, drawled: "It won't
be so very long, jedge, 'fo' you'll hev
to tie a string round your head Jo
tell no.v fer up to wash yer face."���
Tlie  Green Bag
The lungs of Pittsburg residents ate
black, says Dr. C. B. Schildecker, ol
that city, from inhaling the smoke-
polluted air of that city.
Driven to desperation by torture,
four prisoners in Odessa killed the
keeper.
PEEVISH AND CROSS
Peevish, cross babies are sick babies
���the well baby is always happy- Perhaps there may be nothing to indicate
Just what is the matter, but you may
depend upon it there is something
troubling the little one or he would not
be cross. A few doses of Baby's Own
Tablets will remove the cause and
make baby happy. They are a certain
cure for the minor ilia of babyhood.
Thousands of mothers keep them continually in the house to guard against
the sudden illness of baby. A Tablet
now and again will keep the little one
well. Mrs. James Jewers, Beaver Har-1
bor, N.S., says: "I have given Babys,
Own Tablets to iny baby as occasion
required since she was a day old. l.lu\v
have always helped her, and now at a
year and a half old she is a fine healthy
child. The Tablets, 1 think, are Indispensable to mothers of young children
Sold by druggists or by mall at -.;
cents a box from Thn Dr. Williams
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.
During 190J charters for 3(4 com
panics were issued.
It Is an Elixir of Life.���Since forgotten time men have been seeking
for the Elixir of life, which tradition
saws once existed. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil is a,n Elixir bpfore which pain
cannot live. It is made up of six es
sential oils, carefully blended so that
their curative properties are concentrated in one. It has no cauid in the
treatment of lumbago, rheumatism
and all bodily pains.
Milwaukee labor unions have started
a movement to have all union men
quit work  one hour earlier  in May.
KING EDWARD AT BIARRITZ.
l\on-alcoholic
tarsaparilla
If you think you need a tonic,
ask your doctor. If you think
you need something for your
Mood, askfour doctor. If you
think you would like to try
Ayer's non-alcoholic Sarsapa-
rilla, a��k your doctor. Consult him often. Keep in close
touch with him.
A
W�� pub-Rlh ��ur formula*
vers
We banish alonhol
frosn ourmedlolnea
We bus you to
oonsim your
doctor
His    Majesty    Is    Getting    Rest    and
Quiet   Enjoyment.
A correspondent writes: I am told
by one who has just returned from Biarritz that King Edward is keeping
much more to himself than on his
former visit. The fact is that though
he looks very well, he has been overstrained by his recent arduous labors
and now is taking a "quiet recuperation."
Of course, it is no secret that the
King doe8 not possess what insurance
offices term "eood life." In view of
the uncertainty of all human existence and the King's prolonged absence abroad the contingency of the
sudden demise of the Crown, I am informed, has recently been under consideration in order that so lamentable
and improbable an event should not
find the authorities unprepared.
His Majesty is not far from the allotted age of man, and his sojourns
abroad are indispensable to the efficient discharge of his onerous duties.
Some feeling has been aroused on the
subject of the King's absence while
Parliament is sitting, but nobody who
knows the facts can fail to admit
that His Majesty owes it to himself
and to the nation to omit no precaution which his medical advisers declare necessary for the preservation
of his health.
But there is no denying that the
King preserves wonderfully high spirits. The other evening at dinner with
Princess Prederika of Hanover the
King narrated a couple of stories about
Mr. Haldane, the Minister of War:
"I notice," said he, "that when any
of my present Ministers have something particularly democratic to bring
forward they always propose to ask
my advice. When' Mr. Haldane came
with a pat phrase to usher in his army
scheme, I replied:
" 'Of course, I am sure you have
anticipated my opinion on the yerjr
point; now let me hear all about it.'
The other tale concerns the Kaiser.
His Teutonic Majesty, with bland imperturbability, Invited the English
Secretary of War to inspect the manoeuvres or whatever he pleased,
whereas if the average Brtisher approaches a fort it becomes a job for the
British   Kmbassy.
The Kaiser had been talking with
candid affability and openness, which
would have rendered any one suspicious except a sound forensic brain.
Finally the German War Lord remarked :
"You will be going in for army reform yourself soon, I suppose. The
next time you are at Windsor ask my
uncle to find you a scheme I prepared one wet morning for my grandmother. It was too good ever to be
adopted. I am glad that your country has never heard of it, for once
it were embraced England's supremacy
woald be unshakable.   I made it."
In the guttural Germanic tones of
King Edward this must have sounded
delightfully quaint.
HARD ON THE OLD FOLKS.
Ask your doctojr to name some of the
results of constipation. His long list will
begin with sickjiendache, biliousness,
dyspepsia, thin Blood, bad skin. Then
tsk him if he would recommend your
using Ayer's Pills.
���     oUAe or tho J. 0. ay er Oo., Lowell, Wen, ������
Enjoy Life
Good health makes good nature. If everyone had a sound
.stomach there would be no pessimists in the world. Do not
allow a weak stomach or a bad
liver to rob you of the joy of
living.   Take
BEECHAM'S
I   PILLS
and the world laughs with you.
No need then for rose-colored
glasses. Beecham's Pills start /
health vibrations to all parts of
the body, while putting a ruddy
tint on lips and cheeks. There's
health in every box. Health for
every man, woman and child.
Beecham's Pills
Show How
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How Congo Natives Get Rid of Their
/   Agsd Relatives.
Major Powell-Cotton has just returned from a remarkable journey in
Central Africa, after a two years' sojourn among the savages of the Dark
Continent. A romantic interest is to
be found in the fact that Major Powell-Cotton, who had intended on the
conclusion of his expedition to return
to England to get married, decided not
to interrupt his journey, and accordingly arranged for his fiancee to get
out to Africa. The marriage took place
on her arrival at Nairobi, British East
Africa, in 1905, and afterwards Mrs.
Powell-Cotton shared her husband's
hardships and dangers, having, among
other things lived for many months
among the pytrmiea in the heart of the
Ituri Forest. She was the first white
woman ever seen by these people.
The authorities made concessions
never before given to a foreigner in
the way of hunting in the reserves,
and giving permission to kill a limited number of rare animals. Speaking
of his hunting experiences, Major
Powell-Cotton afid:���"Bands of elephant and buffalo roamed the twilight
solitudes at will. In all my travels I
never saw so many elephant and buffalo tracks together. Frequently, a3
we warily cut our way through the
tropical growth in single file, the huge
beasts crashed through the undergrowth on either side of us, and the
experience, especially at night, was
necessary particularly trying to an
English woman on her first visit to
Afnca."
Tbe explorer relates a curious story
of how the natives in the neighborhood of Wadelai dispose of the old
folk when they become a burden. As
soon as the infirmities of age manifest
themselves, the old people are given
a soothing draught, and wrapped in
a fresh antelope skin. Thus attired,
they are carried by members of their
family to a spot some distance from
the village, and are abandoned in the
grass close to a native track. The first
native coming by sees what he thinks
is an antelope, and spears it, whereupon the victim's family emerge from
their hiding place, and express horror
and surprise at the unfortunate incident.
Short Kings.
There is hardly a king in Christendom whose wife does not overtop him
by a head.
King Edward is quite six inches
shorter than Queen Alexandra.
The Czar, a little man, is overtopped
t full head by the Czarina.
Kaiser Wilhelm is of medium
height, but the German Empress is
tall, and that is why the proud Kaiser
will never consent to be photographed beside his wife unless she sits
while he stands.
The King of Italy, short and squat,
hardly comes ap to the shoulders of
tbe tall, athletic Queen Helena.
The King of Portugal, though fatter, is less tall than his Queen.
Even the Prince of Wales is shorter a good four inches than the Princess.
And the young King of Spain is several inches shorter than his Queen.
Gibraltar has 70 miles of tunnel
It is estimated that 20.000 tramps
are wintering is  (Sue-go.
A married man thinks he could have
saved a lot of money had he remained
a bachelor, but he couldn't-Chlcago
News. ^^^
Disillusioned.
���KShe had played ln amateur theatricals, you know, and threatened to go
on the stage If ber parents wouldn't
let her marry the duke."
"And what did her parents do?"
They let her go on the stage, gave
the duke a check for a front seat and
were not at all surprised when he sailed back to France the next morning."
i5��ves A Lot
1  of Bother
The starch thatneedn't
be cooked..that won't
stick.. that gives a brilliant gloss with almost
no iron-effort..isn't
that the starch you
ought to have them
use on your clothes T
Buy it by name.,
your   dealer   sells it
f
BOYISH   DESIRE   FOR   WORK.
Often a Sign of Arrested Development
Instead of Strength.
Parents often tlilnk that tlreir son Is
especially promising because be wants
to get to work young, wants to leave
school antl tie earning. 1'bis Is never a
sign of Strength, but always of weakness. When a boy wants to get to
work Instead of getting ready to work
It Indicates urn*sted development.
Tbere Is not one probability In fifty
that a boy who desires to leave school
at the sixth grude and Is allowed to do
so will ever amount to anything. It Is
not tbe fact that be does not bave as
much education as the other boys, but
that he does not have their purpose to
get ready for the doing of things.
Teachers often greatly err In dealing
with such boys and their parents by
trying to show bow Important It is
that they should know what tbey will
learn In the seventh and eighth grades,
whereas thnt Is the least part of It. It
Is a case of arrested development usually, and this !s what should be treated, treated ns n d I sense.
We make n lot of talk about defective sight anil hearing, and we do well,
but It Is vastly more Important that
we "get busy" in defective mental progressive development. There Is a nearsightedness of parents and pupils that
Is criminal. It contributes to delinquency and. as I think, Is within the
status of and subject to court punishment.
It sometimes shows Itself In diverted
attention, In dissipated Interest and
often In orcrntbletie or fraternity zeal.
The college theory Is that the fraternity chaps are the elect, but life does
not show that. The data are imperfect
at present, but there Is enough to make
tt wholly probable that when the tig
ures are ln It will be clearly shown
thnt In the last fifteen years when fraternity life has been extra social and
extra political In elannlshness much of
the fraternity zeal Indicates approaching arrested development. It Is entirely clear already that this Is characteristic of the high school fraternity,
because It almost Invariably means
that a set of fellows dare not trust
themselves to win honors In the open
contest, but seek It as a favoritism by
means of a little band of social highwaymen, as many of these high school
fraternities are.
ANCIENT  ARMIES.
Italy a little before Hannibal's time
was able to send Into the field nearly
1,000,000 me*n.
The army of Terah, king of Ethiopia,
consisted of 1,000,000 men and 300
chariots of war.
Hannibal during his campaign in
Italy and Spain plundered 400 towns
and destroyed 300,000 men.
Sesostrls, king of Egypt, led against
his enemies 600,000 men, 24,000 cavalry and twenty-seven scythe armed
chariots in 1491 B. C.
The city of Thebes had a hundred
gates and could send out at each gate
10,000 fighting men and 200 chariots���
ln all, 1,000,000 men and 2,000 chariots.
Hntiillcar went from Carthage and
landed near Palermo. He bad a fleet
of 2,000 ships and 3,000 small vessels
and a land force of 300.000 men. At
the battle in which be was defeated
150,000 were slain.
"Home" In Our Language.
In no other language, according to
the London Telegraph, is there a word
expressing the Ideas and associations
which are aroused at the sound of the
simple yet heart touching word "home."
A Frenchman once translated Cardinal
Newman's hymn, "Lend, Kindly Light,"
and In bis hands the beautiful line
"The night Is dark, and 1 am far from
home," became "La nult est sombre, et
je suls loin de mon foyer," the translator having been obliged to use for
home the French word which describes
the green room of a theater. The Italian and Spanish "casa," the German
"haus"���their "helm" Is too general to
hove any particular value���and the
Russian "doma" all refer to a building
of some kind or other and have none of
the memories and associations that
cluster round the precious English
word.
Those Horrid Creditors.
Irate Father (to son)���It's astonishing, George, how much money you
need! Son���I don't need any, father;
It's tbe other people who need It���
FUegende Blatter.
A   HINT  WORTH   TAKING.
Skirt Braid Put on In Fifteen Minutes
by   This   Plan.
You can put a skirt braid on In fif
tee��j minutes by this plan. Mark the
line where your skirt Is to be turned
either by basting thread or use the Hue
of chalk already marked If you have
measured It by u skirt gauge. Put the
bottom of your skirt Into the mnchkie,
right side of goods up, before crossing
the hem.
Lay the braid along on the part that
is to be turned under, letting one edge
always touch the marked line. Stitch
It on the other edge, which you can do
simply by holding It as you sew and
without basting or pinning. When thc
hem is turned up the braid Is ln place
and stitched at the top edge.
If liked better to be fastened at both
edges stitch twice, once near tho
marked line.
A little more Intricate is sewing
braid on in a roll. Get a bit of goods
and braid and mark the turning line
with a pencil for a sample, as it will
save the time needed to work it out
later on to hare both tho sample and
directions pinned to a blank page hi
your sewing book. Lay the braid along
the marked line just opposite from the
way you did before. It will Ho up on
the skirt this time instead of down.
Stitch it along the marked line, slipping It down just a hairbreadth, so
that your stitching will come just below the pasting thread. When stitched
turn the brnld down, but not the cloth.
You will have to baste It this time, as
pressing It over would make It fiat in
stead of In a "roll." Stitch It again at
the bottom edge, and when the hem of
the drtKs Is turned up it leaves the roil
at the bottom.
A  TASTY  SALAD.
Grape Fruit Mixed With Celery, Apple
and Banana.
A delicious and unusual salad Is
made of celery and grape fruit
Cut the Inner and crlspest stalks of
celery into half inch lengths. Skin a
banana and cut It into neat cubes. Do
the same with a tender tart apple. (A
"snow apple" would be good for this
purpose.) Have ready a couple of
halved grape fruit, from which you
have removed all the pulp so carefully
that you huve not torn the skin of either half.
Cut the pulp taken from one of the
halves into small pieces in size corresponding to the apple and banana, dice.
Put all these into a chilled bowl and
set on the Ice or in a very cold place
for half an hour. -You do not ut*ed to
he reminded that the mayuunalse
should be made first of all and left out
In the cold while you are preparing the
rest of the ingredients.
The emptied halves of tbe grape
fruit should He ln Ice (cracked) until
you are ready to make ready for serving.*
Then empty, wipe and fill them with
the fruit mixture as soon as you have
poured the mayonnaise into the bowl
and tossed the contents up lightly with
a silver fork to insure thorough Incorporation of fruit and dressing.
Put a half teaspoonful of the mayonnaise on the top of each portion of
fruit and seme the filled skins upon
small plates.
NURSERY  NOTES.
Don't pick the baby up every time It
cries.
Never force a baby to sit up. It will
sit up of its own accord when its
spine and muscles are strong euough.
The baby's stomach is Intended for
food and drink. Avoid therefore giving medicines unless they are actually
needed.
Never lift a baby by its arms, but
under the arms. A child's arm Is very
easily dislocated, and lifelong Injury
may result from its dislocation.
A prominent physician claims that
there will be no diphtheria or scarlet
fever for children if they eat plentifully of onions every day, especially when
there is a scarcity of fresh fruit.
Among the various causes for crossness of children are some very common ones, such as hunger or thirst
Improper sleep, overeating, uncomfortable clothing and the pernicious feeding of sweets.
A .very neat and useful powder puff
Is made ln the following way: Cut a
circular piece of flowered silk, run a
casing near the edge and thread with
ribbon. In the very center attach a
small round puff that may be bought
anywhere. Powder sprinkled on this
now and then is all that la necessary,
and the puff Is washable.
Before you get
Pen-Angle
garments   ail
the shrink
ii   i.-keuj
out.
tot
Mr-i
,   Pen-
Angle1
-/Underwearv
^keeps you com-
fiy as well as
^warm.because the \
rshort fibres that ,
k make some under-
r itch are taken
out of Pen-'
Angle wool.
mob ���
What Not to Wear.
A poorly fitting corset under a wen
made dress.
|    White muslin petticoats  for street
I wear.
I    Bordered lace veils unless they are
worn below the chin and dotted veils
with weak eyes.
i    Trailing skirts on a stormy day, ripped or torn kid gloves at any time.
Large buttons for fastening a waist
over a stout figure.
Rose pink accessories under or over
a wrinkled face or neck.
Gray or navy bine veils over a sallow complexion.
Bound hats with a full face and a
peaked crown with sharp faced, features.
Linen collars with a homely neck or
linen cuffs with dark, thin or wrinkled
hands.
Tightly drawn back hair with a thin
face and a high coiffure with a long
head.
To Clean a Copper Kettle.
Cut a lemon ln half, dip It In salt
and rub over tbe kettle with it The
kettle shonld afterward be carefully
rinsed ln cold water and given a final
polish with a dean soft etath.
His Favorite.
"What Is your favorite recitation?"
asked the hostess.
" 'Curfew Shall Not Ring Tonight'"
answered Mr. Blyklns, with a promptness which was almost defiant
"Why, nobody recites that now."
"That's why I like It"
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TESTING THE IN8ANE
Sir Douglas Straight told an amusing story at the dinner of the Journeymen Hairdressers' Trade society.
He remembered, when a young barrister, going into a baruer shop to be
shaved. He was a little startled to si<e
the lady behind the counter staring
at him, from time to time through
the glass door. When he. got outside
the shop a policeman said: "1 am
very glad to find you have conic out,"
explaining that his anxiity was due
to the fact that u.e barber came out
of a lunatic asylum the previous week,
and his relatives were wondering
whether they would have to send him
back   again.���London   Standard.
LOOK TO THE FUTURE.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED,
with LOCAL, APPLICATIONS, as the*
canot reach the seat of the disease.
Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and ln order to cure It you must
take Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh
Cure Is taken Internally, and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces.
Hall s Catarrh Cure is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the
best physicians In the country for yean
and Is a regular prescription. It Is composed of the beat tonics known, combined with the beet blood purifiers, acting directly on the mucous surface*.
The perfect combination of the two Ingredients Is what produces suoh wonderful results In curing Catarrh. Bend for
testimonial! free. .,
o.-i* CHENEY & CO..   Props.,   Toledo, O.
Sold by  Druggists, price fto.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Serious   rioting   on   the   island   of  St.
Lucia  took   place,   but  was  quelled
Minard's   Liniment,   Lumberman's
Friend
Senator Choquette, who is in London, says the embargo on Canadian
cattle  is  po-.tieally  dishonest.
Some persons have periodical attacks of Canadian cholera, dysentery
pi- diarrhoea, and have to use great
precautions to avoid the disease.
Change of water, cooking, and green
fruit, is sure to bring on tlie attacks.
To such persons we would recommend
Dr. J. D. KeUogg's Dysentery Cordial
as being the best medicaid in tho
market for all summer complaints, if
a few drops are taKen in water when
tlie symptoms are noticed no further
trouble w.il'l be experienced.
During, the three months ending
March last 3,014 broken rails occurred
on lines in New York state, as com
pared *witn 826 for the same quarter
i*i 1906.
I  cured  a horse  of the  Mange  with
MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
CHRISTOPHER  SAUNDERS.
Dalhousie.
I  cured  a  horse badly    torn  by    a
pitchfork,      with MINARD'S      LINIMENT.
St.   Peter's,   C.B. EDW.   LINLIEF.
I cured    a    horse  of a bad  swelling
with   MINARD'S   LINIMENT.
Bathurst,   N.B.      THOS.   VV.   PAYNE
The British government's bill for
an Irish council does not go far
enough for  the Irish  Nationalist*..
Trade e*QlX
In a variety of (���brie*, ityles and price*.
In all 117-s for women, men ana
children, and guaranteed by your own dealer.
Hia Rebuke.
Small Johnny (after the slipper exercise)���I'm glad 1 ain't a girl. Mamma���
Why? Small Johnny���'Cause I'd be
���shamed to grow np Into a woman and
punish little boys like ma.
A Small Pill, but Powerful.���They
that judge of the powers of a pill by
its size would consider Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills to be lacking.. It is a
little wonder among pills. What it
lacks in size it makes up in potency.
The remedies which it carries are put
up in these small doses, because they
are so powerful that only small doseu
are required. The full strength of the
extracts is ecured in this fohn and
do their work thoroughly.
And Da Not Let the Past Spoil the
Oaya That Are to Coma.
There Is nothing more depressing
than dwelling upon lost opportunities
or a misspent life. Wb'itever your
past has been, forget it If It throws
a shadow upon tha present or causes
melancholy or despondency, there Is
nothing ln It which helps you, there
is not a single reason why you should
retain it In your memory, and there
are a thousand reasons why you should
bury It.
The future's your uncut block of
marble.    Beware  how you smite It
, Don't touch It without a programme.
! Don't strike a blow with your chisel
without a model, lest you ruin and
mar forever the angel which lives
within the block. But the past marble,
which you have carved Into hideous
Images which have warped and twisted the Ideals of your youth and caused
you Infinite pain, need not ruin or mar
the uncut block before you. This Is
one of the merciful provisions that
every day present to every human being, no matter how unfortunate his
post, a new uncut bloek of pure marble, so that every day every human being has a new chance to retrieve the
past, to Improve upon It If he will.
Nothing Is more foolish, more positively wicked, than to drag the skeletons of the past, the hideous Images,
the foolish deeds, tbe unfortunate experiences of the past Into today's work
to mar and spoil It There are plenty
of people who have been failures up
to the present moment who could do
wonders ln the future If they could
only forget the past and start anew.���
Success.
A SOCIABLE COMPANION.
Tha Chatty Traveler Who Charmed
Ralph Waldo Emerson.
It Is related that Ralph Waldo Emerson was once on his way to California when he was Joined by a man who
was altogether so sociable and chatty
that an otherwise tedious journey was
rendered quite cheerful. This man's
name was Sackett, and he told Mr.
Emerson that he resided ln San Francisco. Mr. Sackett indicated all the
points of Interest along tbe way, related a lot of amusing anecdotes and,
best of all, was also an attentive listener. The consequence was that Mr.
Emerson came to the conclusion thnt
Mr. Sackett was as charming a mau
as he had ever met, and It was In this
positive conviction that he accepted
Mr. Sackett's Invitation to dine with
him Immediately upon their arrival in
San Francisco. The next morning Mr.
Emerson was astonished and annoyed
to find ln all the local papers this
startling personal notice: "Professor
Ralph Waldo Emerson, the eminent
philosopher, scholar and poet, Is ln our
city as the guest of J. Sackett, the
well known proprietor of the Bush
Street Dime museum. Matinees every
half hour. Admission only 10 cents.
Tbe double headed calf and the dog
faced boy this week!"
The Stromboli volcano is in eruption again.
Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches and
���vary form of contagious Itch on human or animals cured in 30 minutes by
Wolford's Sanitary Lotion.
A   second   Suez   canal   is   a   project
backed   by   British   capital
Minard's Liniment Used by Physicians
During the recent earthquakes caves
containing valuable treasures have
been opened on the north coast of
Portugal.
-   DODDS '
^KIDNEY
id, PILLS  ~
_HT's   Dl-V
Helping an Invalid.
A. trained nurse mentions as among
the little things that help make an Invalid feel comfortable and rested the
frequent brushing of tbe hair and bathing of the hands and face. "1 don't
know what It Is, whether these actions
just divert the Invalid's mind or really
do effect some physical change for the
better, but they certainly help the sick
one to get through the day. Eau de
cologne and the various toilet waters
���re very refreshing when added to the
water or used Independently. I once
heard a man say that if he couldn't
both wash his hands and face and
comb his hair In the morning when he
got up he would choose to comb bis
hair. It would wake bim up better.
He felt something of the same sense
of physical comfort as the average
convalescent or invalid."
Carlyla.
Thomas Carlyle, "the sage of Chelsea," died without winning much per
sonal popularity, a fact, however,
which Is forgotten In admiration of his
genius. Carlyle exerted a greater Influence on British literature during the
middle of the nineteenth century and
on the religions and political beliefs
of his time than possibly any other
British writer. He never wrote a line
that be did no*, believe, and ln regard
to style he certainly had no superior.
From the position of schoolmaster ln
an obscure vlllege this great Scotsman
rose to be a leader In the world of letters���London Standard.    .
THE HOUSE FAMINE
Railroad detectiveB at Chickasha,
Kas., searching for lost tools taken by
shop men, found that one employe
had hauled away a locomotive cab and
attached it to the hou-e for use as
a   kitchen.
Not a Nauseating Pill���The excipi-
ent, of a pill is the substance which
enfolds the ingredients and makes up
the pill mass. That of Parmelee's
Vegetable Pills is so compounded as
to preserve their moisture, and they
may be carried into any latitude
without impairing their strength.
Many pills, in order to keep them
from adhering, are rolled in powders,
which prove nauseating to the taste.
Parmelee's Vegeiaule Pills are so pre
pared that tliey are agreeable to the
most  delicate
Winston Churchill has been ap
pointed a member of the privy council.
ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT removes
ill hard, soft in- calloused lumpH and blemishes
from horses, bluod spavin, euros, splints,
ringbone, Sweeney, stilli-s, sprains, sure and
swollen throat, coughs, ete. Save $50 by use
of ono bottle. Warranted the most wonderful
Blemish   Cure   ever known.
"Why did you charge $1,619.20 for a
bootblack stand worth $90?" a Capitol
contractor waa asked.
"Because I thought there would be
a kick if I charged any more," be replied, pleasantly. "Anything else
vou're*-, wanting to know today?"���
Philadelphia Ledger.
WILL KISSING
BE PROHIBITED
The Osculatory Process Denounced
by  Scientists as   Extremely
Dangerous���How the Danger Can be Removed.
A keen discussion is being carried
en by some of the best scientists as to
the danger and "crime" of kissing, led
by Dr. Somers, Health Officer of Atlantic City, and Dr. Nalpasse, of the
Medical Faculty of Paris. They charp-e
tha kiss with spreading grippe, scarlet
fever, measles, mumps, whooping
oough, typhoid fever, diphtheria, erysipelas, meningitis, tuberouloais, and
many infectious skin diseases. They
suggest legislation on the subjeot, and
tha posting of notices in railway stations, street cars and other publio
Elaces, but they say it would be uae-
iss to post them on verandahs, in
cosy corners, porches, shady nooks,
er moonlit lawns. They also propose
oempulsory legislation for methods of
diainfeotion of tha mouth -and purifying the breath, especially with a view
to the protection of the innocent babies
who are particularly subject to infection. The greatest and most effective
purifier and germ destroyer known to
medical science for the mouth, throat
and breath, as well aa for the blood,
stomach and lungs, is Psychine. that
triumph of tha medical world that is
attracting almost universal attention
because of the wonderful results attending its use. One of ita recant triumphs is told as a matter of experience in the folloWing brief statement 1
Dr. Blocius Co.
I am sending too photo and testimonial hare*
wlth/or your groat remedy PSYCHINE. Your
-tm-alet did wonders (or me. I wu about 58 or
n years oi age when I took psychine. Tha
doctors bad given me up as an inourable eoniu inputs. Kt lungs and every organ ol the bod; were
terribly diseased and watted. Friends and neighbors thought I'd never get better. ButPSYCHINB
MsfMma, Mr lungs have never bothered me
���ns*, aad rsyohlne u a permanent cm*.
stBB. LIZZIE GAP.8IDB,
MB Bathurst St., London, Ont
Psyohlne, pronounced Si-keen, is admitted to be th* most wonderful of all
disease and g*rm-destroying agencies.
For building up the run-down aystem
snd ouring aU forma of stomach
troubles and diseases of the chest,
throat and lungs or head, it is simply
unapproachable. It ia a reliable home
treatment. For aale at all druggists,
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Yon cannot
bave
  a better Cocoa tban
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JNO.   J.   ATHERTON,
Editor and Publisher.
Nolire is hereby c;iven that 60 dnys
from date, I intend to apply to the Hon.
the ('hief Commissioner of Lamia ami
Works, at Victoria, II,C, for permission
to purchase the following described
tract of land in tlie West Kootenay District about IU'miles N.E. of Rosebery
station. Commencing at a post marked
P.J.G. S.W C , initial post planted on
the north tide of the fust east fork of
Wilson creek ami nn tlie e.tHt aid**- of
tbo main Wilson crock, thenco nortli 10
chains, thence east 5 chains, thence
north 10 chains, thence east 5 chains,
thence north 20 chains, thenceeast 40
chains, thence south 40  chains,   thence
west CO chains to point of commencement. Containing 175 acres of land
more or less.
Dated this 13th dav of April, 1007.
JetiO 1'. J. GALLAGHER.
Zbc Slocan Ibotel*
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B.C.
Headquarters for Mining Men
���when visiting this famous Silver-
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A Well-Stocked Bar and Excellent Pool Table. -
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LAND NOTICES.
Notice is hereby given tbat [60 davs
after date 1 intend to apply to the Cliief
Commissioner of Lands end Woiks, at
Victoria, for permission to purchase tbe
following described tract of land in
West Kootenay District. Commencing
at a post planted on the south aide of
N. & S. Rv. Near cast end of Box Lake,
marked L. G., S. W. 0. Initial post,
thence north 40cliains along the eastern
boundary line of Joseph Prestley'a location, thence east 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 40 chains,
to point of commencement. Containing 100 aires more or less.
Dated Apiil llth, 1907
L. GAL1 AG1IFR,
Jo 20. P. J. Gallagher, agoiit.
"TailKolt" mineral claim, situate in the
Slocan City Mining Division  of West
Kootenay District.    Where located !���
About 2,000 feet in a westerly direction from Howard Fraction, about one
mile north uf North Fork  ol  Lemon
Creek.
Take notice that I, Henri Robert Jorand, Free Miners Certilicato No. B78,300,
as aj-cnt for Anna Ferguson,   Executrix
of tbe last will and  testament *>f  William Honry Ferguson   deceased, Free
Miners Certificate No. B4710, intend, 60
days from the dale hereof,  to apply  to
the Alining Recorder for a certificate of
improvements for the purpose ot obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice, tbat   action
under section  37, must  be commenced
before the issuance of sTuch Certificate of
Improvmente.
Dated this 25th day of April, A.D1907.
Je 37 H.R.J OR AND.
TIMBER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from the following-
described lands situated in the Slocan
mining district of West Kootenay:
Commencing at a post planted on the
Becond east Fork of Wilson creek and
about 3 miles from main Wilson creek,
marked D. Tourney's N.W. corner post
thence soulh 80 chains, thenco east 80
chains, thence north'SO chains, Ihence
west 80 chains to point of commencement.
Located April 1*3, 1907.
AIS3 D. TUOMEY, locator.
NOTICE.
To Michael Pen roue, or  to whomsoever
he may bave transferred bin interest
in the "Young Rambler" mineral
claim,    tituatcd    near  McGuigan,
located the 3rd day of October, 1900,
recorded  the I7tb dav of October,
1900, in the Slocan Mining Division
of West Kootenay District.
You are hereby notified that I bave
expended $102.50 in labor and improvement* on tbo above-mentioned mineral
claim, under the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within 00 days from tbe
cate of this notice, yon fail or refuse to
ontribute your proportion of the above-
mentioned sum, together with  all costs
of advertising, your interest in tlie taid
claim will become the property of the
undersigned,  under   section   4  ol   tbo
Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.
Dated  at Sandon, this Srd   day   of
April, 1907. .
FRED EBIOK80N.
LAND NOTICE.
Sixty d.iys after date I intend to
apply to the Chief Commisioner of Lands
and Works at Victoria, B.C., for permission to purchase the following land,
situated in West Kootenay District,
commencing at a post 20 chains north
of J. S. Morrison's S.E. corner, thonce
60 chains North, thence 20 chains e.ist,
thenoe 60 chains south, thence 20chains
west to point of commencement, containing 120 acres.
Located March 20, 1907.
WM. SUTHERLAND.
Mur 28-00.1
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date I intend to apply to the Hoi*.
Chief Coin missioner of bands and Works
for prriuission to purchase the following
described tract of land in Weal Kootenay.
Commencing nt a postmarked S. Y.
Brockman's N.W. corner, planted at
the N.E. corner of W. Schulyke's preemption ; thence 80 chains east, Ihence
40 chains south, thence 80 chains west,
tnenco-10 chains north to point of commencement, following boundaries ot
crown granted mineral claims, if any,
overlapping.
Dated April 4th, 1907.
S. Y. BROCKMAN.
Aplll-00
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after data I intend to apply to lhe Hon.
tho Chief commissioner of Lands and
Works for a special license to cut and
carry away timber from lhe following
described bind in tbo West Kootenay
District: On the wist Bide of the Arrow
Lnke. Commencing at a post about 40
chains from said shore marked G.B.S
N.E. corner, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains to N.W. cor. of John Feony'a pre
einption claim, thenco north 80 cliains
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres mom or less.
Dated April 30th, 1907.
G. B. SANDERS,
Je, 13 Per II. II, Smith, Agent
Application to i-i.ii i ;*..*...  ;i i.u*.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
from date, 1 intend to apply to the Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works, at Victoria, B, C, for
permission to purchase the following
described lands, situated in the Sioean
Division of West Kootenay District, between Ten Mils and Twelve Mile creeks
and about one half mile from Slocan
Lake commencing nt a putt marked
J. T. Kelly's S.E. corner post, thenco
west 20 chains along tho line of Lot
No. 1024, G 1, Ihence north 20 chairs,
thence east 20 chains, thenca south 20
chains to point of commencement, containing 40 acres more or less.
Located the llth dav of March, 1907.
JOHN T. KELLY,
J. H. Cory, Agent.
Mar  4 2in
Maternity Hospital,
New Denver, B.C.
PATIENTS TAKEN AT ANY  TIJIE.
Excellent Care.    Quiet Home.    Special
Care Given to Maternity Cases.
Address All Communications to
Mrs. J. F. DELANEY.
The Leading Hotel of the Silvery Slocan
The Reco
Sandon, B. C.
Mcaoquarters for flMhing ano travelling fOett
Meals First Class. Bar, The Best
���Rooms Xarse* Clean ano Cogs.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
after data I intend to apply to the
Hon. the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works at Victoria, B.C.,
for permission to purchase the
following described lands situated
in the Siornn Division of West Kootenay Distiict between Ten and Twelve
Mile (becks and about ona half mild
from Slocan Luke, commencing at a
post marked J. II. Cory's N.W. corner post, thenoe 20 chains east along
theliueofLotl033, Gl, thence.40 chains
south, thence 20 chains west, thenco 40
chains north, to pointof commenoement,
containing 80 acres more nr leas.
Locatud March llth, 1907.
J. H. CORY,
Mar 14 2in .   Locator.
e
Several Residences at
Very Small Figure
J. M. HARRIS.
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; The Kootenay Tailor f
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FIT AND STYLB
GUARANTEED.
i\,
Notice is hereby Riven tbat 00 days
after date I Intend to apply to the Chief
Commisioner of Lands and Works, at
Victoria for permission to purchase tbe
following described tract of land in
West Kootenay Distiict. Commencing
at tt post planted on tbe south side of
the N, & S. Rv., marked ' N, S. !*'.,
S. W. 0. Initial post," thonce north 20
chain; along the eastern boundary line
of L. Gallagher's location, near Box
Lake, thence ojst 40 chains, thence
south 20 chains, thence west 40 cliains,
to '���point cf commencement. Containing 80 iieics more ar less.
Dated April llth, 1007.
N. 8. ERASER.
Je20 P. Gallagher, agent.
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
after date 1 intend to apply to the chief
Commisioner of Lands and Works for
permission to purchase thc following
described land situated on the west
shore of Slocan lake about % mile in a
southerly direction. Commencing at a
post inorked A. O.'s S.K. corner post,
thence 20 chains west, thence 40 chains
north, thence 20 chains cast, thence 40
chains south to place of commencement,
containing 80 acres moi e or less.
Dated May 0th 11107.
A. OWENS
Jv. 18 locator,
Notice is hereby given that 00 days
after date I intend lo apply to the Hon.
tbe Cnief Commissioner of LSnds and
Works at Victoria, I!. C. for permission
to purchase tbo following described
lands situate in West Kootenay District- ;
Commencing at a poBt planted at the
south-east corner'of lot 7647 and marked
J. St. 1), S.W. corner, theme north
along the east line of lot 75-17 20 chains,
thenco east 20 clmins, thence south 20
chains to tbe north-east coiner ot lot
8127, thence following along the line of
lot8127, 20 chains to tho pointof commencement and containing 40 acres.
Dated at Slocan, B.C. April 801 li,1007.
JOHN ST. DENIS.
Per D. St. Denis, Agent.
Notice is hereby given that (10 davs
niter date I intend to apply to tbe Chief
Commissioner of Land, and Works, at
Victoria, for permission to purchase the
following described tract of land in
West Kootenay District. Commencing
at n post planted on the north side of
the N. & S. Ry. about 200 feet from Ihe
track about one half-mile east of Uox
Lake water tank, maiked J. 1'., S. E. C.
Initial post, thenco nest 40 chains,
thence north -JO chains thence east -10
chains, thence south -10 chains to (mint
of commencement. Containing" 100
acres more or less.
Dated April llth, 1007.
Je20 JOSEPH PRESLEY
Reduced  Prices.
Also SUITS and PANTS
At Cost
Certificate of Improvements.
"Independence"      Mineral     Claim,
situate in  the Slocan   City  Mining
Division of West Kootenay district.
Where located :���On   Lemon   C'eek
adjoining   the    Crusader    Mineral
Claim.
Take notice tbat I, II. R.'Jorand, Fiee
Miner's Ceitiflcote No.  B78,800 acting
for myself and as agent for W. J.   Shut-
ford Free Miner's Certificate No. lU.OH.i,
intend,   00 dnys   from the date  hereof]
to apply lo the Mining  Recorder  for a
Certificate of   Improvements,  for tho
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
tbe abovo claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must bo commenced
before the issuance of Such Certificate
jo' Improvements.
Dated this 2nd duy of May, A.D. 1007
II. R. JORAND
1*******4*<S4************4>* }*>$************>**********
o to Wilson's for
Jalland
Bros.
SOLE AGENTS FOR STANSFIELDs1*
 UNDERWEAR	
Just  Arrived
DEBWEAB
A LARGE
SHIPMENT
DELAYED IN
TRANSIT.
We Will Sell at
Sandon
Notice is hereby given that 60 davs
after dale I intend to apply to tbe Hon.
tbo Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase lhe
following described lands in West Kootenay District: Commencing at a post
marked "H. Ringrose's N.W. corner
post," said post being at N.E. corner of
Lot 7, Block .'182, Group 1, West Kootenay District, thenco souih 40 chains,
thence east 20 chains. 1 hen06, north 40
chains, thence west 20 chains to point
of commencement, containing 80 acres
more or less.
Dated April 20th, 1007.
Jy.4 H. RINGR08E.
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after 'late I intend to apply to the Hon.
the Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works lor permission to purchase th*>
following described lands in West Kootenay District: Commencing nt a post
marked "A. J. Watson's N.W. Corner
post," said post being at south-east
corner of lot 7 Block 882, Group I,
West. Kootenay District, thence south
SO chains, thence east 20 chains, thence
north SO chains, thenco West 20 chains
to point of commencement, containing
160 acres more or less.
Dated April 20th, 100T.
7-4 A. J. WATSON.
VICTORIA
HOTEL **
Silverton, 35.(5.
S,
<�����!������ a
Irom, Steel, etc*
T. H. WILSON
SILVERTON, B.C.
t***4>***fW$ *<^<*��<^'m'<>*'*'i*^*
*��
Recognised by the Travelling
Public, Miners and Mining
Men to be the Best Hotel in
the Slocan. The bar is stocked with the choicest quenchers.
IR. fl>. Spencer * prop
V-��i^������ -:-JJ)*l***��***,B.
THOMPSON RROS.
Proprietors.
Visitors to Sandon should uot fail to test the
Excellent quality of the "shots" at this famous saloon.
Room**. The very choicest Liquors, Wines and Cigars
always on hand.     ::    An excellent Pool Table.
************************* m ************************
Spring ano
Summer
Samples
from Crown
(Tailoring (To.
Tf The Most Complete and varied assortment ever
in the Country.
11u Worsteds, Tweeds, Cheviots, Serges, etc.
Complete fit aud entire satisfaction guaranteed.
Groceries, Canned Goods and Provisions
Also complete Line of Gent's. Furnishings aud Supplies.
**>**********************
Koofei\ay / >
Hrotel.
************************ i
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SANDON'S FAMOUS HOUSE OF CALL.
J. J. FlM land
provincial Hssa^er
ano Cbciniot
Sandon Assay Office
Late F. II, HAWKINS.
Ordinary Tariff:
Gold, Silver, L"ad, Copper, Iron, Silica,
$1.UH each,
Silver willi Copper or Lead, MangHntso,
l.imc, 11.60 each.
Zinc, Antimony,   Sulphur,  UoUl and
Silver, 1(0.00.
Gold, Silver, with Lead or Copper, Zinc
and Silver, $2.60.
Silver, Zinc and Lead   '11.00
Gold, Silver, Zinc, Lead and Iron, $4.00
Special Rnt'd ior like and Mill Work.
There is no better house in the Kootonays for
the Mining Man to make hi- Headquarters.
Visitor! will find an up-to-date stylo of doing
business, and the BnrUeeps are arl'iits in their
line.
The Fiuest Wines and Liquors and Choicest Brands of Cigars
McLeod & Walmsley   -   Props.
The
Sandon Bakery.,
.US. WOOD3
*^^ -_-_��� ���;
Families Supplied
DAILY
Frcsfii Groceries
AND OAK NED GOODS.
MEAT   MARKET
I$i Adjoining. Vitu-ilica.
SANDON  MINERS' UNION*
No. 8i.      \V. F. M.
Moots every Saturday evening at 7:30
p. m. Visiting Brothers aro cordially
invited to attend.
10-lv A, Shilland, Secrotary,
Notice in hereby given thftt thirty days
after dato 1 inlcud I > apply to tlit? Hon.
Chief Coinihisionoi nl Lands and Works
tor ft special license to cut nnd fairy
anay timber troin the following des-
otihod lauds situate near Slocin Luke in
West Ko.)lemvy District. Coinmei.ic'iij.'
rtt iv post ou lhe South hank of Ten
Mile iro k. about9 miles from ita month
and marked A, W's N.W. corner post,
thence e��a*t 160 chftliiB, thence south 40
chains, thence nc.*t IliO chains, ihence
north 40 chains to pointof commencement.
Dated April *-'*hid ICO?.
-81) A. WALLACE;
*��
,o^J*     |
tl
; **** $***<.**���>***<!>* ���>*��������*> ***���*>*$������**���* **********$***************
Put up in Pint Bottles for Family and Hotel Trade.
We guarantee its Strength aud Purity.
MADB   BY   TUB
Sanbon /IDinevs' TRnion Hospital
Open to the Public.
Kales by Subscription J)1.00 per month. Non-subscribers ^.OO p��r diem.
 Hospital Staff	
0. E. ANDERSON. - -     WM. E. GOMM, M. D.
Address Communications To Tho Secretary.
St
. Janes' ii
New Denver, B.C.
Visitors to New Denver, the beauty spot
of the Continent, will find thia hotel
to bo thoroughly equipped for
for thn comfort of Tourists.
Well stocked Bar.
Excellent boating. Urand scenery.
Sl'LENDID SAMPLE ROOMS
A. JACOBSON
Proprietor.
New Denver.
RATES $3 to 3.50 A DAY.
FINE SAMPLE ROOMS.
Special attention given to Mining Trade.
Splendid Scenery, Fishing, Boating, Mc.
H. STEGE
No matter what his 00-
cupation, may save
money by getting his
Shoes Made to Older.
For a Mining Shoe
th-re is nothing better
than the famous HAL
ET FniLI.E FRENCH
CALF or KIP UPPER
with a good, solid,
hand made bottom	
These shoes can only be got by
leaving your Older with
1
SUMMER
Excursion
Rates
EAST
FROM SANDON $55.25,
To
WINNIPEG      1'OKT ARTHUR
ST. PAUI, DULUl'U
siooxcrry
St. Louis 1*82.75    Chicago ^lili."-1)
ToionlO    ifSl.r*    Ottawa    !f'-5.'50
Montreal if8 1.75    St. Johns '0..7J
Ilali'ax $104 55.
On Sale June Cth, ith, Klh.
FIRST CLASS      ROUND TRIP
B0 KAYS LIMIT.
Corresponding reductions from
all KooUiuvv points. Tickets
available for lake route including
meals and bertha on lakesteaineis.
Through notes quoted io any station Ontario'Quebec or Maritime I
provinces on application. &
LAND NOTICE;
Sixty   days nf.er  date   I  intend
apply 10 the  "   '    ''
PROVINCIAL ASSAYF.lt and
METALLURGICAL CHEMIST,
Gold, Silver, Cupper or Lead, each,$1.00
Cold-Silver..$1 50 S.lver-Lrad. .$1.50
/inc.. $2.00 Gold Silver with Copper or
Lead.. 2.50.
Prompt attention   given to all samples.
-o per cent, discount upon five samples
BAKER ST., NELSON.
P.O. Drawer, HUB Phone Afi7
I East si'e of right of way of N. ei S.
Railway, thenco along EflSt bonmliii v of
N. & S. Riiilivav right of way to n po hi
���hi chains south, thenco \u-l *-'8.(il
chains, thence south L\) chains. llionCO
east 10 chains, thenoe south 111 clmins,
thence east 2li.8!lll chains to 'nioraect
with X. <": S. K'aihv.y ll/jlil of way,
thence southerly along east side of
N. & S. Railway right ot way to point
of commencement, audi ontaiuing408,78
iieri i! mon* ur I,   s
I  I,. 1   II.,.-..I, ���>���'.,1    Kln*
Locfttu.1 March -3rd, 1007.
I: II' A  SI'.   I'KXI
Jo 27 Per D. St. Denis, a;
S.
ent.
^mv}
Ibotel ���:
DUNCAN GRANT,
Proprietor.
TTHIS Well Known
V Hotel has lately
been purchased by the
above, and he promises
patrons personal attention to make their stay
with him a pleasant
one. Everything strictly First-Class.
Silverton * B.C.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Njtic.i is hereby srivan that 3J days
after date 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, siliute lu West Kootenay
District:
No. 1. Commenrinf" at a l*ost planted oil Iho sidu of Wilson creek, about
'!'., miles liblow falls of main Wilson
creek,and 2 miles in on the 2nd east
fork, marked D. Tuomey's S.E. corner
post, thence north SO chains, thence
ivesl St) clmins, thence south SO chains,
Ihence east 80 clmins to point, of commencement,
No. 2. Commencing at a post planted on soulh side of Wilson creek, ami
about 7 clmins fiom locution post No. 1,
and marked D. Tuomey's Si W, corner
post, them-*.! north HO chains, along the,
same line, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 8l5 chains thence west K0 chains,
to lhe- point of Commencement.
Located March 13, 1007.
D. TUOMEY
Mu.-. 81, 30 P. Locatoy.

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