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VOL. II., No. 12.
SLOCAN,   B.   C,   JUNE   21,   1901.
If yon hare a mine or prospect for Bale, send us a full report, with samples of
oie, staling price and terms.
Our facilities for placing a property quickly are unexcelled.
We make a specialty of frno nulling gold properties.
Correspondence solic:tod.   Address:
Room 4, K-W-C Block, Nelson, D. C. AXDBEW F. ROSENBERGER, Manager.
are now arriving daily and are the
best to be obtained. Our Confection-
ery has a reputation second to none.
         8ole a-jent for celebrated Brantford Bicycle.
Slocan's Grand Celebration.
Don't for-ret to make rpady nnd don't forffet that you
can (ret the best value for your money in the town in
Hats, Boots & Shoes, Ready-to-Wear
Clothing, Shirts of all kinds, Underwear, Dry Goods, etc.,
at our store.   Drop in and see us and get our prices.
Y   T. SBatford 6c Co., General Merchants,
Slocan, Vernon, Fairview, and Camp McKinney, B. C.
Dealers in Fresh and Salt
Heats, Vegetables and Provisions. Goods shipped to
any part of the Slocan.
Highest -cash price paid for
raw Furs.
B. C.
Has ample accommodation for a large number of Quests and supplies the best of
everything in the flarket.
SLOCAN,   B.  C.
Offers up-to-date accommodation for the
Public. It is the home of Travelling,
Commercial, and Mining Men.
OETHINQ & HENDERSON, - Proprietors.
Hotel Slocao
Slocan, B. C, is under the
Ul ai Pnal lamipist or M Baty,
Who is ever ready to make life pleasant for those
who tarry within a while with him.
wilson house;
slocan, b. c.
,s reached by any trail or road
that runs into the Town.
Do not go past its door when
you are dry, weary or hungry.
Two Men in Field for tbe Mayoralty anil
Nine for this Aldermen -Nomination,
Pa*. Off Quietly—Elections are Set
for Tomorrow.
Saturday last was nomination day
for the first civic elections and the
event passed off in an exceedingly
quiet manner. It was about 1 o'cloek
when the first nomination was handed into II. K. Jorand, and the whole
proceeding occupied but a few minutes. A handful of curious citizens
were keeping cases on the returning
officer's stand, but beyond that nothing out of the way was to be noticed. Following were the nominations: For mayor—A. York, by
Messrs. McCallum and McNeish;
D. 1). Robertson, by Messrs. Barber
and Foley. For aldermen—A. B.
Barber, by Messrs. Foley and Fife;
1'. A. Bradshaw, by Messrs. Smith
and Worden; H.D.Curtis, by Messrs.
McCallum and Bradshaw; J. G. Mc
Callum, by Messrs. Curtis and Mc
Helen* D. Nichol, by Messrs. Armstrong and Bradshaw; A. C.Smith,
by Messrs. Br. dshaw and Worden;
A. E. Teeter, by Messrs. Crawford
and Rogers; VV. E. Worden, by-
Messrs. Bradshaw and Smith; T. D.
Woodcock, by Messrs. Bradshaw and
The elections take place tomorrow,
so the agony will soon be over.
Many additional names have been
added to the voters' list, making an
aggregate of close to 90.
On the 2i(th the new council will
meet for the despatch of business.and
the new board of license commissioners will probably assemble di
recti v after the council adjourns.
Flnt ">l sin ill put Meeting.
Tuesday evening the first munici
p;il ineeti:ig was hold in the Music
Hall, to discuss uivic mutters. Between CO and 70 citizens turned out,
with mayoralty candidate Robertson
mid aliierui'iuio. aspirant* Barber.
Worden and Smith. D. S McVannel
was clecti id cliainmin and Ben'Rob-
ertsoii was pat in Rs-Mcretary'. The
proceedlnirs passed otf in a <piict I
manner, lasting about 40 minutes,
tlio reason being that the candidates
decided to hold an expression of their
views for a later date. A resolution
was passed requesting A. York, who
wns chninuan of the committee on
incorporation, to present a detailed
statement ofthe costs of incorporation
toilate. This evening another public meeting ii advertised, nt the same
place, and ail the candidates are to
be on deck. The civic situation is to,
be thoroughly disouned, so that the
council -to be will have a practical
Idea of what they arc Qpagainst.
Full preparations have been made
for the big Labor demonstration and
picnic here, on Tuesday and Wednesday next, and there is certain to
be   a  big crowd  and  a good time.
The C.P.R. have been liberal in regard to rates and tram service and
are doing what thev can to help the
affair along. Rates of one and a
quarter are in vogue between Sandon, Nelson and way points; from
Boundary point*, single fare; from
Rossland $2, all tickets being good
for two days. Passengers from the
south come by regular trains; from
Sandon, special leaving there at G.30
Bills are up announcing the programme and prizes, and there is
enough in sight to give plenty of
amusement for both days. Assurances have been received from the
various Unions for a large attendance
and all the mines In the camp will
grant a lay-off to their forces. The
list -of speakers will comprise the
most prominent men in the country.
At the picnic grounds men are em
ployed putting things in shape and
clearing ont the underbrush. A.
York has obtained for the committee
from Frank Fletcher, the sole right
to erect booths and sell refreshments
on his bind Mr. Fletcher also added
$20 to the prize list. Slocan will use
her visitors white next week.
For a town that is mostly so dacent an' quiot,
Will citizens always incliniu' to paw,
Shure, this is the divil av shtrife that's come by
An' shlingin' deflanco in ivry man's face;
For. Wirroo-nsthoo! 'tis the terrible pity
That min that have always keen brothers afore
Are all np in arrms now the place is a city
ln a civil—no, uncivil—scourge av a war.
Yes see, its loike this, as it always has been.sor,
That goverumints iver, both littlo an' large.
Must always have min to be rulers uv min, sor.
To hilp on affairs uu' to tape down the charge.
An', whin all av the Philistine)! round an' about
Are havin' their mayors and their aldhormiii.
Shure, how can Prosperity nu s»p widout ns
Unless we do jist as the other camps do?
An', somo they be shoutin' tlie praises av York,
Av foine ancient house, sor. as Oi havo been
An' some think that Robertson's made for the
worrk, sor,
A t-risle undhortakcr, ns all can uphonld.
But, for such a loive camp, as an honest suggestion,
It sanies moighty quare, if the truth bo not
How one dales in male that is slid, widout-qnes-
The other wid paple just af'.her they're did.
-R. T. Axdkksox.
Leincii (reek.
Tsi thu EsUQcrou or tub City ot Si/can,
As I have been requested by a numar-
fiuslv eiunod petition to become u candidate in the coming iiiiinii'ipiil election
fur Mayor of tho City ssf Sloean—whilst
1 am imt now, or ever will be*, an uspir-
iint fnr public oitice — I will, in deference
to your withes, allow my tume to jco iu
Humiliation tin u candidate.    An you are
all will aoquaiuttd with my opinion on
public question!, 1 will merely outllno
tbe policy 1 intend tn pursue, if elected
by thu people of the city:
1. I am iiu uuctiuippsniisiiig advocate ssf
s'lvic owner-ship.
2. Ill Ills' matter of fliiiiiioes, 1 will oppo I
any isiis'uipi to create is civic debt, exonpl
where ihe result would be fl revenue-prMuelnt
asset for the pooplo,
8.   Regarding non-prpduoliig Improvement-.
hui'Ii us iiri'i'ts, ■idoWCuke, i'L\, all sni'h must he
sustained bj [awl assenmnt ami inx<*.-.
i. tn the matter of the proposed loan of*UB.<
ixx), provided f.>r in Motion '"ossf the tneerpora*
tion Aei, the understanding was thnt tuts loan
was intended fur tho eonstruotlon of a water
svs.ts.ns. 1 wish, therefore, to sinle that tiefssis-
raising the said loan, nr any purl thereof, I
careful estimate must he prepared, givingcost
of said water system] also,prioa and terms,With
rati* ssf interest ou city sli'l'ontnros.   Then the
whole question thonJd Be etionuttstid to tho people, nol in mu'Ii a way as to enuse stehsy.or ip
any way Interfere with the right nf Uieoounoll
isl proceed shlsnlil the   people BO ilei'iili', out, Oil
tin. principle thai n Miii'isf Uie electors should
be taken on all i.ucsiiiius nllisoting the future
rs-von lies sir rs»snii sees sif the s'ity.
I may nay, in oODOlutiiltl. thai I fully
a|>|ii!!i:iisls>.tliss repootibilitlei nttemlunt
nn tho duty of thu lirst, Mayor of tbe
City, especially on account of the loan,
whioh, if I'uuneii io decide, can bt railed
without conditions. But, If el toted, I
will devote mv whole attention to tht
protect ion oi tlie s'ivii' rttotircei, which
hIumiIiI always ho prtttrvtd entire, (or
tliu benefit of the ptople.
Faithfully Yuiirs,
Slocan, Juno 8, 1901.
Tlie Rnth lias put a few men to
work doin***" development.
A small I'siree of men has been put
to work on the Fisher Maiden, Four
It io given out that the Ivanhoe,
Sandon, will resume operation*- at mi
early date.
Three men went up Ten Mile this
week, to do the annual assessment on
thc L" it I gtoup.
The new owner? of the Kepublic
will open up that property on a \nrgc
scale this summer.
There is a foot of ore showing1 in
tlie drift on the Morning Star and the
values are improving.
After a long* season of idleness the
Washington, In the Sandon-camp, baa
started up in a small way.
Two men are employed on the
Gatlnoau and .Simcoe group, adjoin:
hig the Enterprise, on the cast.
.fames Tattersall went up thc
creek last week to perform the annual assessment on the Kecinn.
A now pumping plant will be. installed at tint Joker by the Fraser &
Chalmers company, of Chicago.
I). McKay is developing the Esmeralda, on Dayton creek. He par*
potee shi] ping a car of ore this summer.
A force Of 120 men la employed at
ilie Blocan Star mine and mill. Shipments amounting to 180 tons were
made last Weak.
A number of small test runs have
been mado uf late by the Chapleau
stamp mill, tint returns of which
were quite s.itistaetory.
A force of 10 men is kept employed
pt th© Payne. Preparations fur put
ting ill the Hume for tho new concentrator arc well under way.
Tho new cabins at the Hampton
u ill make an elegant camp. Devel-
Opment ofthe claims will bocontiini-
esl all summer and a shipment of ore
The appeal in the case of Manley
vs. Colloni, over the Native Silver
fraction, was heard in Victoria hist
week. It was taken ui.dcr advise-
ment for a month.
Fred  Ileiison and W. J. HinchlilT
aro making rapid  headway on their
contract  on   the    Happy    Medium
[group Twelve Mile.   The ore body
I is staying with them.
Outsidcrf seem to be getting qtlito
I agitated over the concentrator being
j erected at the  Enterprise, doubting
iis I'lUeacy.  The company are working with their e>es open.
W, 11. Jeffery, Of Kaslo, with W.
E. Hole made, an inspection of the
Muck Prince on Friday, and on Saturday the owners met here iu confer
ence. There is a deal on for the property and it is likely to be signed
Ernest Mansfield arrived back from
Europe Sunday, in company with
Count de l'ailliencourt. Thev went
up to Camp Mansfield, where work
is to be resumed at once.
J. M. M. Benedum took a man up
to tho Hoodoo during1 the week for
the purpose of getting things in shape
for an active season's development.
He found the snow pretty deep.
Fred Carlisle took an outfit out on
Wednesday and will spend the summer developing thc Ilaby Royal
group, adjoining the Phoenix. There |
are two claims in the group and al-
ready much work has been done.
There is a clean slate at the hospital this week.
Local strawberries will be on the
market next week.
The warm weather this week has
caused the lake to rise again.
James Baker returned yesterday
from the Denver convention of the W.
P. of'M.
W. L. Potter returned to town this
week, having spent the winter in the
Finishing touches are being put on
the Enterprise concentrator by the
Rev. A. E. Roberts, wife and family came down from New Denver on
Tom Brown has been appointed
deputy mining recorder at Sandon,
vice J. Godfrey.
The Ontario Powder Works, at
Nelson, has trone 0ut of business and
the plant is for sale.
Nakusp citizens will celebrate Dominion day, It is tiie first they have
had in that burg for many moms.
The str. Slocan is laying over at
nights here, taking the barge up at 4
a.m. This is owing to the strike of
the trackmen,
Ira Black came in from Phoenix
Tuesday and went up to the Fourth
of July group, to represent his share
of thc assessment.
Three sheet posters are up announcing the big celebration at Nelson on Dominion day. A formidable
list of attractions is offered.
Thc following fares have been
granted by the C.P.R. for the celebration here next week: From Sandon $1.95, Three Forks $1.75, Alamo
$l.('ifi, lioseberv $1 25, New Denver
$1.10, Silverton 35c, Nelson $2.25.
TheOldfellows held an interesting
memorial service at the cemetery, on
Sunday afternoon, when  the grave I
of   the   late   R. M. Covington   whs I
beautifully decorated.   The brethren j
walked in procession to and from the
Last Tear's Shipments Were 3847 Tonss-
A Healthy Kvisleiico of tlse T.lfo aissl
Wen Ith of the Camp—Arlington the
Biggest Shipper.
Ore shipments from the local division during the week amounted to tJQ
tons, made by the Arlington and
Enterprise. The former shipped 40
tons and the latter 20. The teams
from the Arlington have almost
caught up to the stopers, so tho exports have dwindled somewhat, but
a steady output will be maintained
dtuHng the summer. Over 70 men
are employed at. the property. Ore
f'rom the Black Prince is expected
down shortly, as they have a carload
ready to go out. Other shippers
from the division later on will be the
Esmeralda and Hampton, both of
which aro developing in good shape.
Last year the exports from this division amounted to 2347 tons, made
up from 10 properties. Following is
a list ot the shipments this year to
Arlington  40             175S
Enterprise  20      '■      229
Two Friends  Ill
Black Prince  100
Bondholder  28
Chapleau  15
Speculator  10
Phoenix  29
Vs&M  20
CO 2173
Tom Lake expects to have the
Royal Hotel opened up today. It
has been thoroughly overhauled.kal-
somined and thc woodwork varnished, presenting a fresh and attractive
appearance. Mrs. Tutcher has again
taken charge of the dining room.
Thc Arlington Mines will build a
wagon road on to the Loder and
Portland claimf*, so as to get tho timber out to the sawmill.
Subscribe for The Drill.
Appended is a complete list of tho various reoords registered nt the local registry ollice, II. P. Christie being mining
June 13—Pioneer, 1st u  f Leraon, F.
Pioneer fr, same, same.
15—Galena, same, <4s;o Nichol.
High Ore, south of Twelve Mi'.e.K Mc*
Duke, sf Ten Mile, II Sheran.
Earl, samo, C McNicholl.
June 10—Black Bess No S.
11 —London fraction (or Ave years.
12-- Colorado No 2, Vii'toriu.Hkool'iiin,
Bonansa No :!, Monterey fr.
18-Wilno, Blink Pol.
1'- Ki'yHtor,e Ir, St Louis.
15—(» K.
June 10—Ottawa fr >.,, T Mulvey to\V
V. Worden.
12—Victoria, II B BolO to M Isaacson.
r.-iioosioo 'j, a i: Teeter to I'M
CKKriKlCATK 01   lMl'KDVEMr.ST*.
June 12—Evening Star No 8,Somersut,
Eclipse No 8,Unknown Group,Columbia
No b, Silver CroWD.
si ill Anistli.'i'Wcililltlij.
Slocan has become f.uuous as a
centre ofmatriiiuuii.il alliances,there
having been something like 18 In the
last 11 months. The latest contract
entered Into was that of Robert C.
Andrews ami Miss Helen B.Diamond,
who were m&rrled on Wednesday
evening by Rev. A. E. Roberts, of
New Denver. The ceremony took
place a: tlio residence, of the bride's
IWter, Mrs. Jus Far rel I, and was
witnessed   only bv  the  Immediate
friends of thc principals. A. Linnell
supported tho groom and Mi.-s C.
Wichmann the bride. Numerous
handsome presents were received by
the happy couple, who are. now domiciled in tho cottage ncently occupied
by,W, J. Andrews.
Slocan, P.. C, June 'th. 1001.
A. YORK, "*"-,<].,
Shiran, B.C.
Sis.—WheteM tho siats>. Jnm 15th, 1801, hss
bdeUf-at fssr tlio nomination of Mayor and Aldermen for the City of Slocnn; nnd wberMS it is
the earnest desire ssf the undersigned that you
offer yourself as a ci.nsiisiiii*> (et the .ifliceof
Mayor of the said ("ity: We, thcrefors*. respsvt-
fullj jaquesi you that you allow yourself to be
nominated u Mayor at tin* saist nominations
we hereby pledglcs ourselves lo giTe you our
Thos MsNei h J. G. McCallum
Pa-rid Amnt George   ITe.udi'nion
i". sf, Qethtos H.D.Cortii
W. J. Adcock J. A. Anderson
.1. V. Fisher W. T. Shatford
A. C, Smith J. T. Besiiche.'in*.
-I. I'.iinpboll J. E. Tatter,ill
J. Piwhheck W.-I*. Worden
K. B. Dunlap W. S. Johnson
Piek Biilner James Crawfnrsl
J. W. t larke I.en Howson
A. K. Teeier .'.imfs E Orr
It. l.Pentley, M.P. Joe Law
John Blench.
To thu EuktoU or the Cm opSlocan,
In roiniiliuncs) wilh ihe above extensively
signed nqaistdUon of property owners and electors, I hog io annouure my intention of offering
niyssslf as a c.iinlidnti. for the Mayoralty at tho
forthroining cis-je eles-tions. Having bs.*cn a res-
Idenl sifSlssi'iiu for about live years, aud being
ronvorsant witli tin- r.iiuir'm'iutsof tho City, I
fes'l thai I can -alely rely on your support nt the
I irtlicsiuiing elections.. Should I be elected, I
nm in f ivssr of:
I. [oscrtlns -i fiiir wage clause for all publin
woiks whirls tin' city may cuter into, whcriliv
laboring men inu bi paid at the rata of".'; pet
.[.v. [believe, further, that with apompatcat
foreman the i ily .'an got as good valsis* for tha
tnone] spent bj iusving ths* groat bulk of iLi
\\sjik scsii" I.   d.i> .* labor its by the .xiulrni't sys-
i. iu t ana I isualt not udtocatt tin. Uttoi unless
il i.-t cls.srly to the IntWMt sit the city.
'1, ()r,r:sni/.i:ig some system of fire protection
I's.iiipiitilsli' wilh tho city's flnnnoMs
8, Sulnnilting tor tha approval of the rate-
pnvei'Li u bylaw before borrowing $15.01111, wlijrh
iiu. "Slocnn Incorporation Act" gives the council power to borrow. Tbe council, in my opinion. sbouM not. borrow liuue SUSU of money
without the approval of tho people.
1. Should i b* peoplo bo In favor of borrowing
the ubovo sum of ilb.ifn. I believe that this
amount, or so much of it o.s may be nsveessary,
should bo expended in securing for the people a
s) stain "f waterworks.
h. Inducing manufacturing entorprlses, par-
licularly works for Ihe treatment of oros, to locate here liy grantinn such institutious. within reason, certain privileges. Wo have at hand
untold mineral mssmieeo which.no doubt, before long.will result in tbe erection of a smelter.
If such an enterprise is carefully ftistcre.l by
tiie oily, a substantial payroll will go a long
svay towards buildlug up the place.
5. Public ownsTship of all frnnchi-ns MlB
praforCHMM always given to residents ileiiriiif'
ws srk.
it. Tha individual risvhtsof pnrliculiir elUaans
slionld not be i'isrtnils-1 nt the Instance of other
citisens holsltng different views, and within
bounds, 1 believe a spirit of toleration hy the
council should be encouraged.
7. The Mayor nnd Aldermen •boll be non-
salaried pocitionc.
In conclusion, if elected Mayor, I shall devote
nil my energies to the welfnro of tbe city, and
vill do my bnt to niakn Slocan more prospercue
In ilie future as a city than It lus been in th»
ra:.t as a town.      • _,    ,
Yours Truly.
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-C E. SMlTnERiNOALE, Editor and Prop
B. C.
Legal Advertising 10 cents a line for
the lirst insertion and 5 cents a line each
■Biibsequent insertion.
Certificates of Improvement, $7 each.
Transient advertisements at same rates
as legaladvertising.
Locals will be charged 10 cents a lino
for each insertion.
Commercial Kates made known upon
The Subscription is $2 per year, strictly in advance; !f2.M a year if not so paid.
Address all letters to—
Slocan, B. C.
FRIDAY, JUNE '.'1st, 1«01.
A pencil mark in the space
.opposite will be au indication to you that ye editor
considers there is something
coming to him on youreub-
•acription. Kindly acknowledge  in cash and oblige.
The proclamation of Phoenix as a
.eft*" has been issued.
Born.—In Slocan, on June 16, the
wife of A. barlow, of a son.
The hospital grounds have been
.enclosed with a neat fence.
A flue line of crash and cretonnes
just in .his week.   Bennett & Co.
Some cheap summer vacation trips
are bein^ advertised by the C.P.R.
Naturali'-"'"tion papers have been
taken out by J. P. Driscoll aud Tom
Miss Moir, Stratford, Ont., is visit-
ins* her brother, Geo. Moir, the C.P.
K. agent.
John Elliot, Nelson, was here on
Friday, on business connected with
-the Black Prince.
Arrived this week—Red and green
felt, suitable for curtains and table
.•covers.   Bennett & Co.
the country, was suffocated lately in
a shaft on a placer claim on Bonanza
creek, Yukon district.
Born.—Atthe M. U. General Hospital, Slocan, on June 15, the wife of
K. O. Henderson, of the Arlington
Hotel, ofa son.
There was a large attendance at
the. Presbyterian church on Sunday
evening, the song service being
much appreciated.
E. R Purdy, of Nelson, representing Bradstreet's, was here Monday,
sizing up the linancial standing of
the men of business.
J. Frank Collom, managing director of the Arlington, arrived in Tuesday with his family, who will spend
the summer at the niine,
Ered Carlisle, Jeff Baty, Geo. Stoll
and Eric Lemieux came back Thursday night from a fishing trip up
Evans creek. They had a string of
500 trout.
Dr. Bentley and H. R. .Torand are
attending the Anglican synod of
Kootenay, at Nelson, as representatives of Slocan and New Denver, respectively.
The entertainment in tho Methodist
church, slated for last Friday evening, was indefinitely postponed, Mr.
Okell, the new pastor .being detained
at Vernon through illness.
W. J. Adcock has had a new front
put in his shoe stoie,effecting a great
improvement. It has the most modern appearance of anything in the
city and displays bis large and new
stock of footwear to perfection. "When
the interior improvements are completed he will have the slickest shop
in the camp.
W.   S,
An election for a school
•takes placo on the 29th.
Johnson's term then expires.
Russell Robertson and Fred Lavell
go to Nelson tomorrow to write at the
• high school entrance examination.
G. Forbes, of the Enterprise, was
.committed for trial here Saturday,by
Justices Bull and Curtis, on a charge
of assault.
The trackmen on the Canadian
Pacific road have gone out on strike.
AU of the men in this section quit
.work yesterday.
Martin Clair, one of the original
owners of tbe Cumberland mine, in
the Idaho basin, and well known in
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore exitting between the
undersigned, in a contract for getting
out mining timber at the Speculator
mine, has this day been dissolved by
mutual consent. The contract will be
,«arri«d out by Henry Stevenson,to whom
all accounts must be paid and who will
liquidate all debtscontracted by tho said
Datod at Slocan, B.C., this 31st day of
May, 1001. 7-fi
J. I I
B. A. Sc.
I, F. C. Green, acting as agent for
"The Enterprise (B.C.) Mines, Ltd.,'-
give notice that two months afterdate I
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to purchase the following described
tract of land, containing 10 acres, more
or lese, situated on Ten Mile creek, one-
•quarter mile northeast of Enterprise
mine, in West Kootenay district: Com-
ineuciiiK at a post marked "K. Mines,
Ltd, S.\V. Cor."; thence along north
boundary of Habana mineral claim in an
easterly direction to intersection with
Slocan Queen; thence northerly along
westerly bounilaries of Sloean Queen and
Iron Horse mineral claims to southerly
boundary of Homestead mineral claim;
thence we terly along said southerly
boundary of Homestead to Montezuma
mineral claim; thence southerly along
easterly ooundary of Montezuma mineral claim to point of beginning.
Dated thin 25th dav of Mav. moi.
1-H--01 F. 'C. GREEN
Provincial Land Surveyor & Mining
SLOCAN, - - B. C.
Tis a feat
to clothe the feet.
Years of experience in the
shoe business have taught us
to become adepts in clothing
tlie feet. Ou* stock is new
and up to-date an . is especi-
aly selected force siifort, finish
aiia durability, while the
prices are equal ;o those paid
for inferior gorx'8.
New lines
in ladies' shoes
have just he*m opened up.
They are this (season's goods
and the best ever seen here.
Remember, ours is the only
exclusive shoe, store in the
W  t. Adcock
Repairing a specialty.
pUBLIC NOTICE is hereby eriven to the Electors ssf the Municipality aforesaid that a
poll has become necessary in the election now
ponding for the same, and tbat 1 lime granted
Mirli poll; and further, that I shall Icoep the
said pssll sipen ou the tiny ansl on the premises
previously appointed by me in ihe notice of
nomination as the date and place of holding
such poll, from the hour of 10 a.m. to the hour
oft p.m.: and further, that the persons duly
nominated as candidates a. the said election,
and for whom only votes    ill he received, are:
Notice to Pre-emptors of
Crown Lands.
/THE attention ssf Pre-emptors of Crown land*
■    ia hereby culled to nu amendment to tlw
.''Land Act, pousssid at the lest session of tha
Legislature, which provides us follows, viz.:
"9. Pre-emptors of Crown lands, whether in
arrears in payment of instalments of purchase
money or uot, who ut the time of com I nit Into
force of tula Act have obtained Certificates of
.Improvement, or who shall have obtaiuesi Certificate* of Improvement within twelve months
thereafter, shall on conforming with the provisions of toe'Land Act.'except as hereby alter-
«d, be entitled to obtain Crown grants of their
pre-emption claims upon completing payments
sif purchase money at tlio rate of seventy-five
cents per acre, and Crown grant fees, which
payments way bo made as follows:—
"Twenty-five coats pssr acre ou or before thc
Hist day of Deceuihsir, 1001;
"Twenty-five cents per acre on or bs.fsire the
aals.Iuys.f.lsine, IU"'*
"and the remaining—
"Twanty-flve cents per acre on or before the
.list day of Dstueutber, HKK, and witboul
uuy further payment ssf iuterest or urrs.urs
of Intercut."
W. 8. QOBE,
Deputy CommisBion«r of Lands A Works
Laii'ssi aud Works Department,
'  Victoria, B.C., 1st Juue, Ml. 14-0
Brads! ,a*v
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Robert A.
Herbert D.
John O.
Alfred C.
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Thomas D.
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Of which all iiorsons are hereby required to
take notice and govern thnmselres accordingly.
Oiven under my hand at Slocan, this l!ith day
of June, 1901,
Returning Oflicer.
Province of British Colombia.
HOWARD VII., by the Qrac-tof God, of the
United Kingdom of ("teat Britain ansl
Ireland, Kino, Defender of tha
Faith, Ac, Ac, Ao.
To nil to whom theso presents shall cslme.—
IV M. ICi.isiis, j WHEREAS it is provld-
Attorney-Ocniirul. f TT cil by section '' of
chapter ip. of tlio Statute, of lUOi, boing the
-SjocHn Iticorporution Act, W01,'' that it -.hall
be lawful for tlie Lieutonant-Oovornor in Council forthwith-without requiring Min inhabitants
9t the lauds projioassd to be iuaori.oraUd to ob
serve the provisions of section ."J of chanter 143
of tho Hevisesl Statutes of British Columbia, being tlie "Muuicipalities Incorporation Act,' as
enacted by soction 2 of chapter 55 of the Statutes of 1K09, by Letters Patent under tlio Public
Seal, to ini'orporata under tho said "Municipalities Incorporation Act" into a city the trnct of
land hereinafter set out; and that such Letters
Patent shall have the samo force and idled as
Letters Patent issutsd under the provisions and
utter compliance with nil the formalities of the
snid "sMunicipulities Incorporation Act," save
nnd except as provided in said "Slocan Incor-
poruliou Act, 1901":
And whereas the Honourable Sir Henri Hcs"
tave Joi.y UK Lotbinibkk, Lieutenant-Governor of Our Province of British Columbia.by and
with the advice of the Executive Council, under
and by virtue of the powers and authorities cou-
ferresl upon him by the snid Acts, and of all
s'thcr powers nnd authorities him in that behalf
enabling, hath ordered thut sill the following
parcel sir trnct of land situnte, lying and being
in the District of West Kootenay, in tho Province of British Columbia,ami mora particularly known, describes! uud uumlsurosi us Lot 'X,
Group 1, upon the ollieinl map of the said District, .'iml-aiiiing lDt'i acres, more or less, and the
inhabitants thereof, shull, un, from und after
thn 1st. day of June, 1B01. bo incorporated ns n
City Municipality under the said Aots, and hath
made further provision to the teuor and effect
hereinafter appearing:
NOW KNOW YE, that, by those presents WE
do hereby oT***!r anil proclaim that the locality
hereinbefore* described, und tho inhabitants
thereof, shall, ihi, from und after the 1st duy of
June, l'JOl, be Incorporated us n City Municipality, under und subject to the provisions of the
"Municipalities Incorporation Act." and the
"Slocuu l.iiciirpsirutiou Act,1001," nnd under und
subject tsi tin* provisions hereinafter contained
or referred to.
The saisl Municipality shall be called and
known by the name unsl style of "The Corporatism of the City of Slocnu."
Tho snid Municipality shull comprise all those
piecs-s or parcels sif land hereinbofsiresissscribeti.
The Council shnll consist of u Muyor asid six
Aldermen, and the whole number pretont at
each meeting thereof shall not be ls>ss than four.
The nomination for the first election of u
Mnyor nnd Ahli-rmen shall be held at tlie building situate on the north half ot Ls>t H, Block A,
Slticnii, on the lith day of .lime, A.D. 1901, at 12
o'clock noon, anil the polling i if tiny) shall la*
at snisl building, ou the £*ud nay of June, A.D.
1001, and shall continue for one day only, and
the poll shall be kept open between the hours of
10 A.M. unsl I p.m., uud Henri Robert Jorand, of
Slocuu, Bnrrister-at-Law, sIksII be the Returning
OfllciT thcreut.
The persons qualified to be nominated for and
electeii Mnys'.r sif such City ut the first elections
and bye-elections to be held during the years
1901 and 11*02, shall be such persons as are male
British subjects of tho full sige of 21 years, and
are not slisqunlified under'any law, and
(a.)   Are at the date of rjOmlsaUon the assessed owners ot laud or real property in the
City of the value of oue thousand dollars
over and ubove any registered incumbrance, nnd are otherwise qualified to
vote at such electissn; or
(b.)   Who are at the date of nomination the
sole tenants in  possessissn  of  tund or
resil property in the City of tho value of
two   thousand   dollars   under   lease   in
writing for not less than one year, and
are otherwise qualified to vote at such
election; or
(o.)   Who are at thn date of nomination the
members sif a partnership firm, or shareholders ssf u joint stock company, which
is nt the said date sif nomination the
assessed owner of land or real property
in the City of the value of one thousand
dollars over and above any registered incumbrances, and whose individual interest iu said partnership or company land
is of not less value tuan one thousand
dollars, ansl are siths-rwise qualified to
vote nt such election.
Tho persons qualified to be nominated  for
nnd elected as Alslermen fssr such City at the
said first election, and nt all elections and bye-
elections to be hs'ld iluring the years 1901 and
19tr2, shall be such persons as are male British
subjects of the full age of 21 yeurs, uud are not
sli.-qiinlilii'il under uuy law, unit
(a.)   Are at the date of nomination the assesses! owners of land or real proper!* in
tlie City of the vniue sif five hundred
stollars over anil above any registered
incumbrances, and nn. otherwise qualified to vote at such election; or
(b.)   Who an* ut the slate of nomination the
sole teuunts in possession of tnnd or real
property in the City of ths* villus' ssf oue
thousund dollars mister lease in writing
for uot less than one year, ssnd are otherwise iiiiulisiesl to vssts* at such election:
(c.)    Who are al  the slats, of nomination the
lneinhs.rs - .* n partnership firm, or shareholders  if a joint stuck company, which
is at tin' saidslati' of nomination the ns-
si'ssed owner of land or renl property in
Ihe City of the vulue of live hundred dollars ovst und above nny   registered in-
cumbrntii's's, und whose individual interest in said partnership or eoinpuny hind
is of not li'ss value than fivo hundred
dollars, nnd nre otherwise qualified to
vote at such election.
Tlse persons qualified to vote for Mnyor nnd
Ald"rmen at the first ch'ction, nnd at ull elections nnd bye-electisms tsi be held during the
year l.'il. shnll be all persons who are male
British subjects of the full age of twenty-one
years, and hnve resisted within the limits of the
City for the three months next precssding the
date of such election, nnsi
(a.)   Who afe the assessed owners of lauds or
renl property situate within the Municipality; or
(b.)   Who  are  the tenants in possession of
lauds or real propcrty«ittiate within the
Municipality, payiurr therefor a rental
having a monthly vulue of at least five
und who shull, before the day of such election,
huve applied to lhe Returning Oflicer unit hnve
hnd their names olucod sm the list of electors
for such election.
Until the suid Municipality is divisled into
wards, the Mayor and Aldermen shall be elected
by those qualified to vote in the whole City.
The Mnyor und Aldermen electeii at the first
election shall hsshl ollice until his successor, or
u majority of their successssrs, have besm sworn
in, unless he or they shull die or resign or lie-
come disqnulifls'd.
lt 'hall bethe siutv of the Returning Oflicer to
enter in n hook, iu alphabetical order, the
naii.es, mistresses und occupations sif all persons
qualified tsi vote us aforesaid, who, make application Is. him, as aforesaid, ts. have their missies
placed ou such list, and such list shull be the
list of the electors fsir such elections.
Before the name of any person shall be placed
on the list, he shall makeaudsign a declaration
in writing, before some person authorised to
udniin! t.-r oaths, sotting forth his name, address, occupation nnsi qualifications us aforesaid, which declaration shall be filed with tlie
Returning Officer.
Such list und sleclarntions shall Im* open to inspection by any person within lawful hour,
Any person may complain that his name is
improperly simitti'il from the voters' list.nr thut
any ssther name is improperly inserted thereon,
ami may apply to any Juslge of the Supreme or
County Court to have his name insertcil theressn
or to hnve any names improperly Inserted
thereon slrurk off the saisl list. In such latter
case reasonable notice, to be determined by the
Judge applied ts>, shall be given to the person
whsise insme is propsised tss la* struck off. The
.Iisslgi* shall bear ami slispose ssf all such applications in a summary way. und the Returning
Officer shall siinend tlie list iu accordance with
the Judge s decisissn.
At hast six slays' notice nf tbe time ansl place
of nomination und ssf hsilding the poll (if any)
shall tss given by the saist Returning Officer;
such notice to be postesl during that period in
the manner provisled by si-ctiun HO ssf the "Municipal Eli'itlons Act."
The Ri'turnlng Officer shall, on the day of
nousliiittion, at "' o'clock I'.H., announce the
names ofthe persons sail in nominal ion In thnt
behalf us candidates for the offices of Mayor and
Aldermen, ns prescribes! by the "Municipal
Elections Act."
At the clsise of the time for nominating the
candidates the Returning Officer shnll deliver
to every candidate, or agent of a candidate, applying for Use same, a duly certified list of the
names of the severul candidates who shall have
been nominated; and any votes given nt the
elect inu for uny other candidates than those so
nominated ..hull he null and void.
If, at the expiration of the time appointed fsir
the election as aforesaid, no moro candidates
stand nominated than there are vacancies to lie
flilosl up, the Returning Oflicer shnll forthwith
declare the candidates who mny stand nominated to be elected, uud return their names to the
Registrar of the Supremo Court.
Nss speeches ssr inti'rruptions to the prococsh
lugs of nominating candidates at the hustings
shall Is* permittcil by the Returning Oflicer between the rending of the notice of election and
the closing of the proceedings on nomination
day by the Returning Oflicer.
If, nt the expiration of such time, morecundp
idates stand nominuted than there ure vacancies to be tilled up, the Itet iiruing Oflicer shall
decline the names of the candidates, and publicly declare the day previously stated in his
■nation for tho electiou was posted ti p.
If, after au adjournment of un eloction by tlie
Returning Otllcor for the purpose of taking a
poll, ono of the candidates nominated shall die
before the poll has commenced, the Returning
Officer shall, upon being satisfied of the fact of
such death, countermand notice of the poll, and
all tho proceedings with reference to the election shall be commenced afresh; Provided that
no fresh nomination shall be necessary in the
case of a candidate who stood nominated at the
time of the countermand of the poll.
In case of a poll being held the candidates
(duly qualified) who shall obtain tlie greatest
number of votes shall bo Mayor nud Municipal
Alslermen respectively.
Every person quulifled to voto shall have
sevs'n votes, being one for each Alderman to be
elected, and one for Mayor, but he may vote for
any less number than seven; Provided always,
thnt he shall not cost mors, than one vote in favour of uny one candidate, or vote on more than
one siccnsion. And in the event of the number
of rotes boing found to have beeu oqual for any
two or more candislates, one or more of whom,
but not all of such candidates, beiug by the
state of the poll entitled to bo declared elected,
the Returning Officer shall by n casting vote or
votes, us iho case may bo, decide widen of the
I'uinliiliiti's for whom the votes may be equal
shall be elected; Provided that the said Returning Oflicer shall not vote except in case of an
equality of votes as aforesaid.
All expenses attendant upon tho said election
shall be borne by the said City.
The opening of the ballot boxes and the
counting of tiie votes shall be in the presence of
the candidates if they attend for that purpose.
The Returning Oflicer, after the declaration
of the poll, shall retain the ballot boxes and papers until a Clerk shall be duly appointed, to
whom he shall forthwith deliver the same.
Every person who shall have presented himself for nomination, nnd who shnll have been
elected a Mayor or Municipal Alderman, must
serve for the term for which he has been elected
unless in the case of sickness, or in default pay
n sum of fifty dollurs towards the Municipal
Revenue; such sum, with costs, shall bo recoverable by the Clerk of thc Municipality, summarily, before nny Justice sif the Pence.
Any vacancy in the ofliee of Mayor or Alder-
miin shall tie fillssd us provided by the "Municipal Elections Act."
The first meeting of thc Council shnll he held
on lhe first Saturday ufter the dny of election,
nt the building situate on the north half of Lot
9, Block A, Slocan. ut 2 o'clock in the afternoon.
Until provision be made by bylaw, in thnt behalf, all proceedings at and relatiug to the
meetings of the Council shull be hold and tukun
in accordance with tho provisions contained in
the "Municipal Clauses Act," and all the powers, privileges, and duties of the Mayor and
Council shall be the same as those prescribed
by the suid Act,
At the first meeting, or os soon thereafter as
possible, tho Council mny elect a Clerk, Treasurer, Collector, and Assessor, or such otber officers as t'aey may deem necessary,who shall hold
such siltice during tho pleasure of the Council,
and receive such remuneration as the Council
may by bylaw appoint.
In Testimony Wiieheof. We hove caused
these Our Letters to bo made Patent, ond
the Great Seal of the said Province to be
hereunto affixed; Witness, the Honourable Sir   HKNBI   Gl'HTAYIi JOI.Y   UK. LOTIlI-
niekk, Lieutenant-Governor of Our said
Province of British Columbia, in Our City
of Victoria, iu Our said Provincts, this first
day of June, one thousand nine hundred
nnd one, and in the first year of Our
By Command,
Provincial Ss*cretary.
jta, Rogers,
Tonsorial Artist.  .
The Leading Parlors:
Just Arrived
Half a carload of Steel
Ranges and Heating
Stoves. Call and see
our display before purchasing elsewhere.
Dealers in General Hardware,
MAIN STREET,        .      -SLOCAN
Agents for Crow's Nest Domestic
Blacksmith Coal.
Gwiilim 6c Johnson,
B. C
Slocan Git? Miners' Union,
No. 62, W. F. of H.
Meets every Wednesday* evening
in the Union Hall. Slocnn City, at
7.3D p.m. Visiting brethren cordially
invited to attend.
FiiifineiaJ Secretary
Pioneer Livery
.and Feed Stables,
Slocan, B. C.
General Packing and Forwarding attended to at the
shortest Notice.
Saddle and Pack Horses for
hire at reasonable rates.
New Carpets
and Oilcloths..
Just Arrived.
Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, etc., etc.
Corker Ns>. 3 Mineral Claim.
Situate in the Slocnn City Mining Division o( Wont Kootenay District.
Where located:—On the first north
fork of Lemon creek, adjoining the
TAKE NOTICE that I, J. M. McGregor, acting aa agent for Joseph Davis,
free miner'" ee-tifie-ite B2t>889, and Win.
intend, sixty days from the date heieof,
to applv to the Mining Recorder for a
ceitilicate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
beforo the insuiince of such certilicate of
Dnled litis 18th day of Mav, 1901.
24-5-01. j. m. McGregor.
■.i.m-isss llu). Hlssvsstl Claim.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of tho West Kootenay District.
Where located:—Four miles from
Slccan City.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William A.
Bauer, acting as tbe authorized agent of
James 1). llyrno, free miner's certificate
No. B44971; Bolis Svenceski.frne miner's
certificate No. B2055; and .John Wafer,
free miner's certiflcate No.B3823"2,intend,
sisty days from the date hereof, tn apply
ti the Mining Recorder for a certificate
of improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above
Ami further take notico that action,
under section 37, must be commenced
before the issuance of ■ such certificate ol
Dated thin 3lst dav of Mav, 1001.
31-601     WILLIAM A. BAUER, P.L.S
Meuttl.s Mineral Clulm.
Situate in the Slocan City Mining Division of West Kootenay District.
Where locatsd: On the north fork
of Lemon creek, north and west oi
the Chapleau mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Arthur R.
Barrow, uu agent for George E. Weinant,
free Miner's Certitic.nte No. lMSim,
"■'lillman C. Jackson, Free Miner's
Certilicate No. B2GS17 and John Demp-
fciy, Free Miner's Certilicate No. B38934
;i.tend, sixty slays from the date hereof,
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of
the above claim.
And further tako notice that action,
under 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certificate uf Improvements.
Dated this 4th day of June, 1901.
7-6-01 A.R.BARROW.
The Mureutt Branch
Of the W.C.T.U., Slocan,
Meets the second Thursday in each month
at 3 p.m. Next meeting in the Presbyterian church. All meetings open
to those wishing t* join.
Cor. Secretary.
Mrs. W.J.Andrews,
Notice to Delinquent Co-owner
To M. B. Merritt, or to any person or
persons to whom he may have transferred his one-fifth interest in the Nix
Fractional minor*! claim, situated nt
the head of the last south fork of Ten
Milecreek,Slocan City mining division.
You are hereby notified that we havo
expended the sum of two hundred and
five dollars in labor and improvements
upon the above mentioned mineral
claim, in order to hold said mineral
claim under the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within 90 days from the
date of this notice you fail or refuse to
contribute your proportion of such expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said claim
will become the property of the subscribers, under section four of an act entitled "An Act to amend tbe Mineral
Act, 1900."
Dated this 30th dav of April, 1901.
b. o'neil,    j. m. McGregor,
3-5   P. NOLAN,      J. RADCLIFF.
Have installed a now machine
for nmnufacturine Stovepipes
and Airpipes. They go .together
like a charm. Patronize home
industry and have an unruffled
Sussllglit Fraction*! Ml in-ml Clislssi.
Myics,   Real Estate, Insurance, Accountant.
Abstracts   of   Titles  Furnished.
Slocan,      -      -    B. C.
Situate in the Slocan City Minim/ Division of West Kootenay District.
Where located:—Bounded on the
northeast by the Bell, on tho south
west by the Bonanza, southeast by
the Republic; one half mile west of
tin headwaters of Robertson creek,
a tributary of Springer.
TAKE NOTICE lhat I, Herbert E. T.
Haultain, of Nelson,B.C.acting as agent
for the Hastings (British .Columbia)
Exploration Syndicate, Limited, free
miner's certiflcate No. B38710, intend,
sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder or certificates of improvements, for tbe purpose
of obtaining a Crown Grant of each of
the above claims.
And further take notice tbat action,
under section 87, must be commenced. T
before the issuance of such certificates of |Jane 18! Ju|y
Dated this Uth day of Jone, 1901.
14-11-01 H. E. T. HAULTAIN.
I. J.
We have moved into our
handsome new store, on
cor. Baker and Stanley
Streets.   Call on us.
Repairing a specialty and all work
forwarded will be una ran teed, and
mail orders promptly attended to.
All Union workmen "employed, thus
ensuring skilled attention.
and Jeweler.
Nelson, B.C
Pan-American Exhibition,
2, 16; August 6, 20.
You Can Make
firsjclnisiiition, nnd tils pirsco or place* at which
he imiII ..hall bs> no ripened in the Municipality,
fur tin- iiiii|sii.i. of tiskliiK llr. vs.ti'siif tlis* els-i'-
*nrs aoeor<flng to law: nnd Hhnll then adjourn
the election, mid shall tnke a pull by bnllot.and
hIsoII cause to bu postnd up notices of his havlni?
Iiiivlutf griinluil Mich pull, indiciilliiK the names,
rsusidi'isccii, mui siccupntiODS of tha ctndlilntim
no uoiiiiinili'il, in the order in which limy shnll
bis print ml nn the ballot pnpm"., vvliis:li DOtlSM
•shall, ns soon us iiomsibln aflur the nomination,
I b'j placarM in all Mm jiltt'i-w wlinro Miniwocla- >
We carry a large
assortment of flies
fly books, minnows, lines, etc.
Bamboo Rods,
25 cents up.
J. I*. WHITE 6c Co.
A  Striking Effect!
By waaring a perfect fitting Suit,
cut in the latest style and elegantly
trimmed. Sucli can be purchased
A. David, tbe Miner's Tailor,
oea i' tlie Postoiilce.
Epworth League Meeting,
San Francisco, $50,
July 13, 14, 15.
Christian Endeavor Convention,
July 2, 3.
National Education Association,
DETROIT, $71.25.
July 2, 3.
For time-tables, rates, and full information call on or address nearest
local agent, or—
Agent, Blocan City
J. 8. CARTER,     E. J. COYLE,
D.P.A, A.G. P. A.,
Nelaou. Van-couvwr.


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