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 r|<  [J?..-  Local News  Notes.  An attempt is'boiiig made to resurrect  the band.-  Garden and flower  seeds   at   Cliffe's  bookstore. - .      "  Robins have made tlieii  appearance  in Sandon.  The circulation of   the Review took a,  big jump last week.  E. M. SandilandB visited New Denver  the'first of the week.  The   Ptiyetreak   printing   plant was      J,-Beatty left yesterday on a   trip   to  pfiipped to Vancouver this week  by R.  Kamloops.  T. Lowery.   ,  Curling was again to tho fore this  week. The ice although a little Rticky  was in fair shape.  Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Attwood of Kaslo  are spending a few days in the city, the  guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fallows.  There are likely to be some changes  made in the city officials, with a yiew to  economy, by the council in a short time.  Mrs. S. Towgood and sister, Miss  The Wakefield, on Slocan lake, is ex- Flewelling, left Wednesday morning  jcted to start up shortly, for ]>lu.���������..;--������������������ -   -���������  pected to start tip shortly  Mrs. J. McKinnon left this week for  Phoenix to assume charge of the rooms  in the Belleview hotel there.  Mr. C. Dickson, the popular-manager  of H. Giegerjeh's store, leaves today on.  a short business trip to ICaslo.  Every effort is being put forward   by  the rink company to make their ball on  Easter Monday evening agiand success?.  The Nelson   Tribune company   have  installed a large power press   and   in a  short time their paper will'ie-appear as  adaily.  II. Giegericb, of Ivaslo,   was   in the  city Saturday in   connection   with the  closing of his  yearly   business  at the  local store.  for Phoenix on a short  father.   ~ '  visit   to   their  Lent is over and the joyous festival of  Easter is here.  Gf-o. Clark has purchased an interest  I in the Filbert from Wm. Ben net.  The post office at Rosbery has been  closed by the postal authorities.  H.M.Stephenson, of the Highland  mine was in the city this week talking  zinc.  H. B. Alexander, of the Ruth mine, is  expected back from the Old Country in  a few weeks.  Mines and Mining,  About a foot of clean ore has been exposed on the Meteor.  Connections were last week between  the shaft and main workings on the  Ottawa.  The Payne was the only shipper again  this week, sending out 30 ' tons of concentrates.  Tbe machinery for a compressor plant  ia being installed at the Rambler-Cariboo this week.  The lumber for   repairing  the: flume  has arrived and work commenced  this  , week under the supervision  of  Mr. A.  McMillan.  The annual convention of district No.  6, XV. F. of xM., was held in Nelson tin's  ���������Mike Urqubart, of Nelson, has taken  | Pete Richardson's place in P. Bums &  Cojsi'nieat market'hure.  Over !j;35,000 was spent by the provincial government on roads and trails  in the Slocan during 1902.   v.oui, tiuH ���������    uanic Inspector Morris was in   town  week. H. D. Thompson and A. J. Mac- a few days this week looking over the  dbnahl attended as representatives of books of the Canadian Bank of Com-  the Sandon branch. '   merce.  Mayor Grimmett is moving  most  of  is hr>naoii/-.i'i t��������� -���������-  ������'is household furniture to     ��������� ������l\    A *Umber of our citizens having sum  residence at New Dn ������r''" ���������������'��������������� ������or villas in New Denver, leaves r'  '������% 1-e already0:^ j/7 ^ H^^-^asterwith their fam^  abode for tlie season. j Lucerne.  ��������� P. J. Hickey, manager of the TV,, i'        ,  Ye8t������������Iay being Good Friday the day  left Wednesday for N��������� York ������?   7' lT ^   ���������   a ,fl������ttI   hoI,^v.   All  According to the calendar we are sun    T?  * ������������   ^   ���������������'" *W^^ closed, and the  ���������sed   to   be   in   ,..���������.,������������������" I f.f��������� ^ I P,latos a'���������it to the west.   Be   wm   Le ' - "^ Bppeanilice  .    ,uoi. ncitl'e.Blip-  po8ed to be in the lap of spring, but  with snow every day you can't get Sandon ites to believe it.  More supplies were shipped to mines  the past two weeks than for several  months past. The bulk was furnished  mostly by H. Giegerich.  A few men were added daily the pn.et  'pair    ������-.".    * 1-. -  week   to   the  crews   at  the    Pay ne.  absent about 1.5 days.  Harold Ash ford leaves Monday on a  business trip to California, in connection with some mineral claims in which  he is interested near the Majava desert.  He expects to return in a few week?  M  j J. XV. GaukrogTS, who hasbeen fore-  |man at. the Star for some years, severs  liis connection at the mine today. He  will leave during the coming week on a  trip to the coast and will probably pay a  visit to his old home in California.  rs.  'he premises around  the  concentrator' fU,n'noned there b\  The leesees of the Bondholder have  four tons of ore on the dump awaitng the  trail to get in shape for packing.  .  The ledge on the Dayton has been  crosscutted by the leesees and drifting  will now be undertaken to catch the ore  shoot.'        '-'  The jjush' to the Cariboo  placers  has,  subsided.   The rapid rise of the waters  of the Fraser has covered up the astonishing diggings discovered there lately.  'The  Ivanhoe   made  a  shipment  of  some very rich ore this   week.     In   a  seven ton lot sent out the ore averages  1470 ounces of silver to the ton, and from  picked samples the ore would easily give  2600 ounces.  Some of the finest, specimens of ruby  silver a ndgrey copper seen in the camp  were-taken.-from the quartz ledge m No.  5 tunnel at the P.'yne a few days ago.  The find is.not a large one, but very rich  with good indications.  .The Ihado-AIamoConsoIJdatedMmes,  Limited, was registered in Edinburgh  last - month, with a'capital of ������130,000 in  ������1 shares for the purpose   of  acquiring"^  .      ,    "c  i>"ui:eiir,ra  are fast becoming a hive of industry.  The school children will tlljov a holi-  McKinnon,   milliner,   left,  for Uhi^n1 ^T',, ViU b* giveM in  the I��������� ">r uie purpose   of  ���������������   ������������������  ^=ri������ x:;z, Sr^^vzs l amass ������?��������� r=  W. F. Mullins, of Collingwood, Ont.,  ' is now operator in  the C P. R. depot,  .���������,    .      ..   ', ~'"*'lin"C!pRt't      Acou������tn'   editor   writing  on  trusts  in ,,luce  of  G.Graseett.    Mr. Mullins'  will be in attendance at the  1 eat-here'  savs that the conntrv  newsr,*���������,- ���������m . ���������'       ,  r- ..       ���������     -o      . -  ��������� ' country newspapei  com-   etav   is   only temporary.    As  soon   a������  Convpnf.mn   ."   t> ���������- neia-Mio ������������ -- - ��������� ���������'.    ,.       J '.     ;.      T ���������    , .  navigation opens in the Larrteau, lie  leaves for that district to act as purser  on one of the boats plying ther*.   ������������������ ..������ uie  ieacnei  Convention in Reveldtoke, commencing next Tuesday and' continuing for  several days.  One of the most unique and interesting concerts ever given in Sandon will be  held shortly in the shape of a rival entertainment. Half of the programme  will be furnished by the young ladies of  the  town   and  half by the boys.   The  j,i..- -���������- - -   ...r   jjcvvypaper  bineis the biggest trust  on   earth.   It  trusts everybody, gets cursed for trusting, mistrusted  for  cussing, and   if it  buatH fortrustinggetscussedforbristiBg,  The statistics of the salmon product |  of British Columbia for 1902 showa falling off of nearly 50 per cent, from that  of 1901, which,i-however was the record  year of Mm o������i.">-'- ���������-- '  -   .-..������   ituiiiiu    Oythebovs.   The  0l1J{}1> which^-however ,,������������ <-.       ^ll!.h������J?'h'mmK������ ���������'  U'Olrotn, |'������."������'.������.������ province.        '        " h",-  ..-.^ ...i;U operates the  Idaho and Alamo properties, comprising in alia group of 26 mineral claims,  some'of which are thelargest and best  paying  mines  in the camp.  With The Curlers.  Curling was again revived this week  and games played nearly every day. On  Tuesday evening Crawford and Scott  with picked curlers, played for honors,  the   former   I-."?  ���������    ��������� The fol-  , ... ...ivc ui   iiieirowi:  make-up. Rehearsals are held nearly  every evening, but as they are strictly  private it is impossible to giye a fore-  caste of the treat in store.  I    A smnll but merry party visited  the     .  Stiir  mine  Thursday   evening..   After  Vlih P'  rambling through tunnels and slopes n  1,he- former   bein* victorious  couple of hours, they  returned   to   the       -,ng were u'e teams:  bunkhotm.   for.  refreshmente,   which  ������aviinnDgh Lyons  .     .r^  ^'���������e lavishly provided, and enjoved a|?Achfe' Lewis  '. Ti e business of the Sandon Brewprv   Plt'a8a2lt' l"t ti,lie with the miners  laextandintr' ,n..:,ii  -"'tweryi  is expanding rapidly. The firm now  practically control thu bottled and barreled beer trade of the Slocan. Agents  arenow���������flsr<>^l���������'���������������'-���������-, -"    reieu Peer trade of the Slocan.   Agents  A. W. Wright, of the Ajax mine here,   are ������ow established all over the district  hasassociated himself with Terre Haute,   and the increasing  demand  speaks  of  Indiana,   capitalists   to    organized   a  itself for the  quality of beer, ale and  company to purchase an abandoned rich   Porfer manufactured.  California gold   mine.    The  property  is situated in Mariposa County near the  Yosemite Park and is said tohaveyield  ed Sinnnnn t-~��������� ��������� -  Pete Richardson, who has been carver  in P. Burns & Co. meat market here for  McLachlin Grimmett  Crawford, skip, 12     Scott, skip, 4.  On  Wednesday evening   Cavanaugh  turned the tables on Crawford in a close  era rv, ������ V. -. " - ��������� -  over two years, left Thursday for Cal-1!I      {   '������ tab'eS ������" Crawford in a close  Piry-to assume a more   lucrative -posi-1 f,^,by 8'X pointa-   Ti"> following were  tion in the company's   head   establish-  qu^'" ''  ment.   Bv hie ,.���������^.-���������i ,   , ,. . Inline Lyons  ed*100,000 from one" ^^T^  depth of only 150  fee,     The   Br0l nd  comprises 100 acres and there are 2 , t  veins exposed, on one of which ate d    Ii8������Ued in ^ectio;^ BrTt.^Oo.,*"  velopmenthas  exposed   a���������   ore   JOtM>ia,   Manitoba  and    the   ������^T  ���������^-niglarge,ua���������titiesof/ree mi^ f-ing  the  towns  and   citte 'w   Te  K0U1' j branches are established. "ere  ment    By his genial and obliging manner 'Pete'' made   many   friends while  sued i^'^^ ������f C��������� has ! t^l Wh������ are ^^ t0 ,,ear ������f hf' Pr01"������-  In  a trial spin off Weymouth, Eng-  land, on Wednesday, the new America  fill n /ihnlly.n     n . .   .on and showing i(s rapic,   riee  ton ^ Und, on Wednesday, the new America  front the past fuW years.   A map is also  o?P cha,,enS������r. Shamrock III, outsailed  ISSUe.l in nnnr.^^n ..,   ^   ...   K   ������ ,l,b0    Shn.miv.niV T 4... r~. ���������       . '     .    _.  A map is also  oZP cnanenS*r. Shamrock II  ritish Oolnm    ?nanir������ck I by four minutes.  . ���������.   -������������������.   .....xiiucn.      oirj.nos.  Lipton and designer Watson are greatly  pleased with the new boat and feel con-  of lifting the cup at the great international yacht race in August.  Ritchie /-,���������.  vr, r    . ,' Grimmett  Mc.Lachlan Scotfc  Cavanaugh,skiP)l4   dawford, skip, 8.  C.E Lyons  and   Fred  Ritchie, two  new skips   held   the  ice on Thursday  evening.    A very close game was played  1e former winning by one point    The  ������5--P, . ,,     .  "'""'guyone no  Sir rhos.   following compost the rinks ���������  Todd  Potter  McLachlan  Lj'one, skip, 14  Lovering  Lewis  flail  Ritchie, skip, 13. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April  ii,  1903.  The Mining Review.  SATURDAY, APRIL 11, 1903.  We have received a copy of a recent  manifesto issued by the TJ. B. R. E.,  defining its origin and explaining the  causes which precipitated the strike  against the C.P. R, in Vancouver some  time ago and which is still in force. The  document covers four pagesof typewritten matter and would take up too much  space to reproduce it, much as we would  like to, in order to place the brotherhood iu its proper light before the public. Simmered down, however, the strike  was caused by the action of the railway  officials in dismissing clerks who were  on the executive brotherhood board, on  slight pretext ornone at all, but simply  for combining themselves into a union.  The clerk's branch of the U. B. R. E.  was formed yoars ago at Winnipeg in  order to secure a living wage from the  Canadian octopus, but it is only of late  that the brotherhood was thoroughly  organized. Its rapid growth caused the  C. P. R. to take alarm, and in the determination to stamp it out, the railway  "officials dismissed a number of the  clerks, who wero officers in the union,  knowing full well a strike would follow.  The railway company defend their action on the plea that the clerks hold  high positions of trust and having access to confidential correspondence,  would place company in an unfair position if the clerks were allowed to join  the order. Be this as it may. But if  the men are worthy of the confidence  and trust of large sums of money and  valuable documents of the company, the  latter in turn should see that its employees are paid salaries in keeping with  the trust ropo;-ed in them, and this is a  matter conveniently, overlooked by the  C. P. R. The cry is also raised that th������  brotherhood is an American organization, and as'such the railway officials  to doal with its executive to endeavor  to bring abouta settlement. This theory  is completely upBet by the clerks' manifesto. It is pointed out that TJ. B. R.E.  was actually born on the 0. P. R. at  Winnipeg, some four years ago, and at a  period of two years before the American  organization came into existence. No  greater tribute could be paid the Canadian organizers than to find that its  rules and regulations were accepted as  the foundation of the great brotherhood  in England, with only a few alight  changes to meet government necessities.  A few of the clerks have gone back to  ���������work, but the great majority stand firm  and are determined to holdout. The  outcome ia hard to conjecture. Some  of the positions are hard to fill, as it  takes some years of training and'experience to master the blanket-size way  CONSUMPTION  Rip-ht food���������right medicine  ���������right time���������these three,  things are of the utmost importance to the consumptive.  Right food and right medicine  ���������these are contained in Scott's  Emulsion of pure cod-liver oil.  Right time is at first sign of  disease.  Right time is now.  Scott's Emulsion always  helps, often cures. Ordinary  food helps feed: Fresh aii  helps cure. Scott's Emulsion  does both.   Begin early.  We'll sent! you a little to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   BOWNE,      Chemists, Toronto  bills used in the Oriental trade. -Re-  ports from Nelson and Vancouver state  the freight sheds of those cities are in  such a congested state, that it will take  months to put them in order, and occasion heavy loss to the company and  many others. On the coast the greatest  difficulty is experienced in unloadingand  loading the company's steamers, and it  is stated the last Empress to sail for  China and Japan left port with about  one-third the actual tonnage. This  state of affairs cannot last much longer  and the clerks look forward to a settlement or compromise in a short while.  The provincial government has acted  judiciously in placing timber resources  of the province out of the grasp of the  unscrupulous speculator by requiring  the locator of timber limits on unoccupied crown lands to first hare his limits  surveyed by a duly qualified  provincial  1  land surveyor, when special licenses  will be given for the location of the  same. This ruling on the part of the  government will bring these crown reserves more under their control, while  at the same time assuring greater protection to the legitimate locator, giving  less chance for indiscriminately locating  and holding valuable timber land for  speculative purposes, which undoubtedly does now occur, owing lo the great,  rush of applicants tor timber -licenses  thoughout the province growing out of  the enormous demands from the Northwest Territories for B. C. lumber. The  government foresaw the serious complication that would result regarding  boundaries and titles where case's of  purchases or pre-emption were made for  the licensed land and took this measure  to safe-guard the public's interest. Opposition can be looked for from the  speculator, but not from the legitimate  timberman, as the special license privilege would be more of an advantage to  him by not requiring him to enter into  pubic competition with the speculative  elemant to secure what he applies for,  which be was compelled to dounder the  old system.  Ought not to mean growing weak and  feeble. It does not mean weakness or  feebleness for those who eat with good  appetite and sound digestion. It is of  the utmost importance that old people  should-retain the power to digest and  assimilate food winch is the sole source  of physical strength. When age brings  feebleness it is generally because of the  failure to assimilate the nutrition contained in food. .       _  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  cures diseases of the stomach and other  organs of digestion and enables the perfect digestion and assimilation of food.  It invigorates the liver and promotes  general physical well being.  "It is with gratitude we acknowledge wli.it  Dr. Pierce's medicine has done for irra.id.iiotl.-  er's pood, in fact it has cured her," writes Miss1  Carrie Uauker, of Pcrrysbur^, Ohio. ''She had  doctored with several physicians but found no  relief until Dr. Pierce advised her what to do.  She has taken only three bottles of' Golden Med-  ical Discovery' aud is entirely well. She suffered with paiu In kidneys, bladder and liver for  ten years, aud her linibu were swelled with  dropsy so bad she could hardly walk. My grandmother's name is Mrs. Caroline Henuen, her age  is 71 years. I will gladly answer all letters ot  inquiry."  Sick people are invited to consult Dr.  R. V. Pierce by letter, free. All correspondence is held as strictly private  and sacredly confidential.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets regulate  the bowels.  The rush of emmigrants from England  to the Canadian northwost is so vast  that the steamship companies are placing every available steamar in commission "to handle the contingents, and  without diminishing the numbers. Orders on some lines are booked for  months to come, and the agents have  been instructed to accept no more book-  inga until notified otherwise. The  "Flower of England" are leaving itE  overcrowded shores to take up their  abode in Canada, the grandest part of  the greatest empire the world has ever  seen. Thousands are arriving weekly  in the Canadian land of promise and the  rush has only begun. Tho present year  will eclipse everything in the annals of  einmigration to Canada since the country was first discovered.  There are still murmurs o-'discontent  among the coal miners of Fernie over  the settlement of th* late strike. The  press committee of the Gladstone union  has written a letter to the Nelson NewB  complaining bitterly of the injustice  and jobbery to which the men were subjected to by their officials. The committee state the strike is settled, but the  agreement never had, or never will, the  assent of the Fernie miners, and the  men go back to work under worse conditions than they did before.  yspepsia  lay Cure  Mr. J. Gibbs, of Toronto, Suffered  Intense Agony^Was So Bad  That Food Would Not  Remain on His Stom-  ach Half an Hour.  To-day He Is a Well Man���������By Killing  the Germs, Ozone Eradicated the  Disease and He Is Cured  to Stay Cured.  I suffered the  most insenso agony  from dyspepsia and  found it impossi-.  ble to get a cure  from physicians or  patent medicines.  Anything I would  eat would not digest and my stom-  ache would become  ciisto:ided with the  sour fermentation.  Great gusts of  belching would  sometimes nearly  choke me. I was  so bad that food  would not remain  .011 my stomach  half an hour, and I suffered intense  pain and depression.  I started tu-kina. Ozone and it made  a difference in a very short time. I  was soon able to eat a'l kinds of food  without any after distross. I have had  no return of this stomach disorder,  aud to-dav am a wed man through  Ozone I visited Nova Scotia occasionally and found that my dyspepsia  would leave me. When I returned to  Toronto my trcmblo would come back  as badly as ever. In. the light of my  recent experience I fool satisfied that  my relic: in Nova Scotia was due to  the Ozone in the atmosphere.  Yours very .truly.  (Signed)        J.     GIBBS,  Hardware Dealer,  724 East Queen st., Toronto.  POWLEY'S  LIQUIFIED  OZONE  CURES  DISEASE BY  DESTROYING  DISEASE  GERMS  WHEREVER  LOCATED.  '   MB. J. GIBBS,  Toronto,' Ont.  The remarkable success of Powioy's  Liquifiod Ozone in the treatment of  Dyspopsia and all other stomach troubles is duo to the fact that it attacks  the cause of the trouble instead of  merely alleviating the symptoms. It  cures Dyspepsia by destroying the  disease germs that cause it.  Powloy's Liquified Ozone is sold by  all reliable druggists���������never by fakirs  or peddlers. Price 50 cents and $1.00  per bottle. Our book on Stomach  Trouble for tbe asking.  THE OZONE' CO., Limited,  ���������     Toronto, Ont.  I  &fofc>;j'^h:  mwwL*j&mm&mmmtmmm THE MINING. REVffiW���������Saturday, April   ii',  1903.  The MiBlM Review.  JATTJJRDAY, AP1UL 11, 1903.  The little kingdom of Holland is paralyzed by the.biggest striko in its history. Transportation on land and sea  is completely tied up and about 80,000  are idle. Large bodies of soldiers-have  been called out to keep order and from  the spirit shown by tho strikers bloodshed is feared before tho troubleisover.  Hon. Mr. Fielding  was again  interviewed by the silver-lead   delegates   in  Ottawa a few days ago.   They were told  the same old story that the government  would consider the lead  tariff question  and the delegates had to be content.   If  the Laurier government would perform  the ono quarter of what it  promises to  ','consider," every industry  in   Canada  would-be  humming.    Meanwhile   the  fate of the Slooan hangs iu the balance.  The mines remain closed, tho men  are  leaving the district as fast as  they can,  business   is   paralyzed, and depression  and discontent reign supreme.  Vancouver is in the throes of another  strike and building operations are at n  standstill.   Some months ago the carpenters   and builders   unions   notified  tho contractors that on and after tlie let  of April an eight-hour day and a wage  schedule oNO cents   an   hour would be  demanded by the building   trades  unions of the city. Thc contractors are also  allied together in whatis .known as.the  Builders' Exchange.   Tho   latter   met,  considered   the  demands,   and   seeing  they   were   powerless   in   the   matter,  signified   their  acceptance.    Tin,   new  schedule came in force   last   wtv-ek, but  the contractors notified  the carpenters  that they  reconsidered  the terms, and  refused   to  accept  them.    Hence  the  strike.   The sudden change on the parr,  of the contractors is said to due to the  owners of   sawmills.   The   hitter state  that if an eight-hour day was- given the  carpenters the mill crews would demand  the same.   A few contractors, not connected   with   the   Builders'Exchange,  have signed the agreement,  and   have  been refused lumber by the mill owners.  Over -100 men are are idle, but considw-  ,ing that the building operations in  the  city the presont season   promises to be  the most extensive for years, the trouble is expected to last but a short time.  one entitled '.'An Act for the Prevention  of Strikes'tind Lock-outs."    The inception of Ihe hill comes from- the too-frequent, labor turmoils  thp.t   the country  has been subjected to the past fewyears.  Although the hill has   not reached the  house from the printers hands,  enough  is known that it  adopts several   of the  features of both the New Zealand statute  and  of Sir Wm.   Hillock's   suggested  federal provisions dealing wilh compulsory abitration, while incidentally mak:  Ing uso ol the most aparopriate findings  of tho   the  recent  Pennsylvania commission.    A general synopsis of the bill  is to make it illegal either to  declare a  stiike or a lock-out of employees   without   first   submitting    the     difference  between the employer   and   employed  to a special created  board of conciliation", when in turn tho arbitration   tribunal presents an   unbiased   report   tc '  the government as   to the   merits   ofj  tho contentions of the disputants and  thereby greatly influencing public opinion on the ishiie.   When the full text of  the measure it= published tho public will  be better able to judge as to its   applicability to the existing labor troubles of  the province.   All classes   of the community   cannot  but   view   with   com-,  inundation the atilude of   the  government in Irving lo bring   a  satisfactory,  solution of future labor disputse.  0  fire  *������ ���������  mmmmt  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootoyay Country  Five Services From  St.   Lawrence.  The fourth session of the ninth B.C.  parliament now sitting at Victoria  promises, if it should live long enough  to formulate any legislation, to live in  the annals of B.C. history as a labor  session. The most important measure  to be presented before the house is   the ' follows:  The various steamship lines announce that passengers and freight will  he given adequate attention dining the  coming season from Montreal to England and the continent. "  The Dominion, Leyland and Hamburg-American lines, now having their  Canadian heiuiquartersin the Dominion  Line offices on St. Sacrament street, announced that they have made arrangements for five distinct eeivices from the  St. Lawrence to Great Britain and (he  continent during the'eoming season.  On the opening of'navigation the Dominion Line will operate a fine weekly  passenger and freight service between  Montreal and Liverpool, and a fast  freight service between Montreal and  Bristol (Avonmouth). The steamers  placed in these ecrvicesare of large tonnage, and most of them are twin screw  with modern refrigerating chambers.  The Canada, which holds the record of  having made the quickest -rip-to the St.  Lawrence, will sail from Liverpool in  April.  The Leyland Line will ngain maintain  a ten-day service between Montreal and  Antwerp, with more powerful vcsa-ls.  Sailings every ten days from Quebec to  London will he maintained, as during  past season/., by the Leyland Line, and  large modern-steamers will load at the  new terminal elevator and Groat Northern docks, Quebec, which are amongthe  finest on the continent.  The Ham burg-American Packet Company will continue to operate a first  class service between Montreal and  Hamburg, and regular sailings will be  maintained. The sailings of these lines  with   their   earlier   steamers,   are  as  tick:  T"i  S  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  _ For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's  Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints.    Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.  TO ALL POINTS  Mil  VIA  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tableis.  For  Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully sat*  isfactory to the purchaser the  money will be refunded.  Montreal to- Liverpool ��������� Steamers,  Canada, May 9; Kensington, May 10;  Dominion,'May 23; South wark, May 30;  Roman, June G.  Montreal to Bristol (Avonmouth)���������  Turcoman, Moy 2; MaxnniL, May 16;  Ottoman, May 20.  Montreal to Antwerp���������Alexandrian,  May 5; Belgian, May 10; Tiunpican,  May 30.  Montreal to Hamburg���������Westphalia,  May 12; Frisia, May 2G; Teutonin,  June!).  Quebec to London���������Iberian, April 2G;  Europeon, May G;   Mexican,  May  Mi';!  Mmerican, May 27.  Short Line  . TO  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago.  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Taeorha,  Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining & Buffet t Smoking Library Cars.  2  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours  Between Spokane & Puget Sound  For rates, folders and full imformatipn  regarding trips, call on or address any  ngi-'ufO. B. it N. Company.  A. B. C. D.f'imiston,  ���������G. W. P. A.  Seattle, Wash.  H. Brandt,  C. P. &T. A.  Spokane, Wash  He put his arm .around her waist���������-  The color left her cheek;  But on the shoulder of his coat  It showed for 'bout a week.  ���������   '. ���������.Atlanta Constitution.  And when the week was neaily up  He sat him. down and wrote:  "My dear, the paint is wearing oil;  I need another'coat."  ���������Cincinnati Post.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEEn.  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  WAXTED-PKVKRAL MSKSOXS OF CHAR,  aclerand gord reputation in each province,  (ore in this district required), to represent and'  advertise old established wcallhy business  house of solid linnncial standing. .Salary $21  weekly with expenses additional,-nil payable  in cash direct each Wednesday from head  offices. Horf-'e and carriage furnished when  .necessary. -References. .Enclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Company, 334 Dearborn  Street, Chicago.  ^iwiiLiaii^iiiJii������MiiMwiatw'uLiiiiiM..i.wiB THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April ii, 1903.  < \  Slocan Ore Shipments.  We have been asked by eastern subscribers who are interested in the Slocan  mines to keep the ore shipments standing; if possible. The following aro the  shipments from the 1st of January to  date:  Sandon.  Payne    452  Slocan Star    680)������  Ivanhoe    211%  American Boy    338  Eeco    134  Riitb      84  Blue Bird      20  Idaho        21  Monitor    420  Queen Bess     124  Total  2485M  Zinc.  Payne     553  Ivanhoe    180  Total..  733  MCGUIGAN.  Rambler  434>������  Antoine  102  Red Fox  ' 24  Slocan Boy  16  Silver Glance  55  Surprise  ������%  Rio  9  Total   jl  ! Slocan  645  Lake   Points.  Arlington  40  Black jPrince  17  Bondholder  1  Bosun :  300  Dayton  4  Enterprise  165  Fisher Maiden  28C  Ottawa  100  Republic  20  Meteor  12  Total.  90S)  How to Ward Off an Attack  of Rheumatism.  "For years when spring timecameon  and I went into gardening, I was sure to  have an attack of rheumatism and every  attack was more severe than the proceeding one," says Josie McDonald, of  Man, Logan county, West Va. "I tried  everything with no rtlief whatever, until I procured a bottle of Chamberlain's  Pain Balm, and the first application  gave me ease, and before the first bottle  was used I felt like a new person. . Now  I feel that I am cured, but I always keep  a bottle of Chamblerlain's Pain Balm in  the house and when I feel any symptons  of a return I soon, drive it away with  one or twoapplications of this liniment.  For sale by F. J. Donaldson.  Follow the Ore.  In the early stages of tho development  of a mine there is one safe rule lo be  guided by. It is this: Follow your ore.  The vein may outcrop for a long distance and ore may be found at the sur-  fece, but this does not justify a long  cross-tunnel to cut tho vein at -depth.  By far the, wiser method of development  is to sink a shaft or incline on the vein  to a depth of 100 feet, or better 200 feet.  This may usually be done with little  trouble from water, but if water should  interfere then a series of pi ospect holes  sunk as deeply as possible on the  vein  would be"proper development.     It  is  only aftor the ground is well prospected  along the course of   the   vein   to   such  depth as may be possible economically  that the long cross-cut funnel   is  justified.    The object in  mining should   be  the same lis any other business���������to  get  the best results for tbe  least  expense.  Keep the asset (ore in sight) side of the  account well ahead of the expense  account if possible.     When   this  is   not  possible then make   the   best   showing  possible with the money in  hand,   and  this cannot usually be, in factisseldom,  done by driving a long cross-cut tunnel  to tap a vein, the value, dip, width,   or  even sometimes the strike of which has  not yet been  determined.     When   the  vein has been developed from  the  surface to some depth, the expensive crosscut tunnel   may   be   undertaken   with  some knowledge of  what may   be   encountered, but until the vein is reached  not one foot of pay ground is developed,  while prospecting on the vein   rapidly  increases the measurable assets.    'One  of the first rules of mining, and   a   safe  one,   is   to  follow   the  ore.���������Spokane  Mining.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following are the oie shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tons.  SILVER-LEAD.  Payne    33  Ivanhoe  33)4  Total '    6f>l.<  Reeo Hotel Arrivals.  H Giegerich, Harry Newcombe, Kas  lo; R S Pyke, W J Taaffe, C E Mellish, |  H H Simmons, W Leggett, B S  Black-I  well, Vancouver; H M Stevenson,Ains-  worth; M Gintzberger and  wife, Three  Forks ; E Ferguson, Nelson ; A E  Pearson, Thos Jones, city ; Mrs B   P   Little  and son, Payne mine.  James Cronin, manager of the big St.  Eugene mine states emphatically that  he will not reopen that property until  the government makes a change in the  lead tariff. ,  The Providence mine near Greenwood  is turning out to be   a   bonanza   to.the  bondholders.   The bond  payments are  being made from the   proceeds  of   the/  shipments. |  The Goldfinch property made a very  important find a few days ago, when 3  feet of mineralized quartz was encountered, showing good values in iron, zinc  blende, grey copper and antimonial silver.  Arrangements are made by the local  culers for a few games between the single and married members of the club.  One game was to be played last night  and another this evening. More will  played as long as the ice holds out.  WANTED-SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR-  iicterandgood reputation.in each proviace,  (0De in this district required), to represent and  advertise old established wealthy business  house of solid (innncial standing. Salary $21  weekly with expenses additional, all payable  iu cash, direct each Wednesday from head  offices. Horse and carriage furnished when  necessary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelope. Colonial Company, 334 Dearborn  Street, Chicago.'  I have now in stock a choice assortment of  Nickel  G  Enamelled  ������son.d \J".sbp)Sirxn.eci Ware.  Remember I am Headquatrers for Plumbing and  Sheet Metal Roofing.  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  Anything in the line of  Stationery at  %  '%  \.  /  n at  f k  %4  ,8* V  % N  A?   '������  \ n  I  a  Jr  '111  ...  u  i  /  Ii  i '  r' ''  1     1 1  "*  I i  \i  />  ...... ..���������_,/"..  1  <��������� THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April  ii, 1903.  Growth of Zinc Industry.  ��������� That the zinc industry of the United  States has assumed large proportions  within recant years, and promises to a; ill  mrke greater strides. Since 1873, using  the figures as compiled by the United  States Geological Survey as a basis of  computation, the total protection of  metallic zinc in the United States will  reach close to 2,000,000 tons. These  figures do not represent the production  of zinc ore, but the zinc in its metallic  state. In 1893, the number of tons  metallic produced in thatcountryreached an aggregate of 6,343 tons. The output in 1901 is estimated at 159,000 tons.  This increase of production has been  gradual, though the tendency of late  years has been to show a much greater  increase of production in proportion to  the increase made between 1873 and  1897.  The zinc industry in the United States  virtually dates back only 15 years. Less  than 30years ago zinc was considered  a detriment to successful.miningin Missouri, and was thrown out on the dump  aa so much waste material, for the reason that no method had been invented  which would successfully smelt the ore.  Then fot so vera, years zinc sold as low  $9.00 a ton, which today has reached  the munificent figure of $56.00 a ton,  with a still greater prospect of ascending in price. Thus the zinc business  in that country has been built up within the past few years, and the greatest  increase of consumption has been witnessed during tlie last two yearp. Tbe  United States has been obtaining a  gradual increase in the production of  this metal, so that it is now estimated  that country produces at least 30  per cent, of the entire output of the  world.  Don't get discouraged. Even to the  oyster there comes an opening when  least expected.  There was once a man who admitted  there were others as smartas himself���������  but he died before the flood.  The only real difference between men  ami women is that .men have to die  before they break  into  the angel class.  A Texas man with seven wives has  just been sent to the penitentiary. Oc-  cassionally the law helps a man out of a  bad scrape.  He was cutting an item frkom a newspaper. "It tells how a house was robbed, and I want to slmw it to my wife,"  he explained. "What good would that  do?" A friend enquired. "A whole  lot," was the reply; "you see-this  house was robbed while the man was at  church with his wife." "Say!" "exclaimed the friend, excitedly, "you  haven't got a duplicate of that paper,  have you?"  A  Mother's  Recommendation.  I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for a number of years and have no  hesitancy in saying that it is the best  remedy for coughs, colds and croup I  have ever used in my family. I' have  not words to express my confidence in  this remedy.���������Mrs. J. A. Moore. North  Star, Mich, for sale by F. J. Donaldson.  JUST WHAT YOU NEED.  Chamberlain's  Stomach  and  Liver  Tablets.  When you feel dull after eating.  When you have no appetite.  When youhaveabad taste in mouth.  When your lirer is torpid.  When your bowels are constipated.  When you have a headache.  When yon feel billioue.  They will improve your appetite,  cleanse and invigorate ...your stomach,  and regulate your liver and bowels.  Price 25 cents per box. For sale by F.  J. Donaldson.  For a billions attack take Chamber-  lain's.Stomach and Liver Tablets and a  quick cure is certain. For sale by F. J.  Donaldson.  Men and Things.  Keep an eye on the man who boasts  of his honesty.  Love in a. cottage doesn't have a janitor to contend with.  It takes a cold snap to take a drop on  thethermometor.  When money talks even a woman will  pause to listen.  Divorce is an epitaph frequently carved on love's tombstone.  Some people's knowledge consist  mostly ol things they should'nt know.  The unexpected happens much less  frequently than the expected fails to  to happen.  Why you should buy  FAIR    PLAY  CHEWING  TOBACCO  Because 'fc IS ^he 'jesf' QHa'ity.  Because 'fc '8 ',ne most lasting chew.  Because '' ]'8 ^ne 'ar2PSt high grade  5 to 10c. plug.  Because the tags are valuable for premiums until Jan. ist, 1904.  Because we guarantee every plug, and  Because your dealer is authorized to re-  fund your money if you are not  satisfied.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO., Ltd.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CroHBfell and Ethel Fraction Mineral Claims,  iituateinihe Slocan Mining Division of  West Kootcnav Pistrict Where loeuted:���������  At tho head of Eight Mile Creek.  Take notice that f, Robert -Kwin, free Miner's  Certificate No H. 59090, intend, si *ty days ffom  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tho  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated this l������t day of February, A. D. 1903.  ��������� Robert Ewin.  M. , L; GRImMETT, hh. B.  .Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  ATLANTIC STEAM? TZGKSTS  To and from European points via Canadian  and American lines. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information to any C. P.R. agent  or A. H. Lewis, Agent, Sandon,,  W.P. F. Cummings, Gon.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. M.  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 p. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  JAMES M. BARTON", Sec'y.  Established 1858.  R. Smith & Co.  nanufacturers of ail kinds of  Plain "and Fancy  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  You Want  the Best.  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  have the best and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.    We have it for all kinds of grate.  E. il. Cameron.  KflOMT- m CO  ROATE  Dealers in TEA and COFFEE.  W������ are offering at the lowest prices .  tho best ������T8.de������ of Ceylon, India, China  and Japan Teas.  For Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootenay Coffee Co.,  P. O. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON. B.C.  50  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Spokane Falls  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. & E. RY. & N. CO.   0   . The onlyall rail route between east, west  and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks  and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. <fc  N. Co. for points east wept and south; connects  at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian  Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with K. R. it N. Co. for  Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects  at   Curlew with  stage for Greenwood and .Midway, )}.<:.  B11 fiettears run on trains between Spokane  and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22,1902.  Leave. Arrive.  9:25 a.m Spokane  5:15 p.m.  10:15a. in Ropsland. 2:10 i> m  7:00 a. in  Nelson 8:(I0 p" in'  11:00 a.m Grand Forks 4:00 p m  9:lo n.m Republic 5M0 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T. A.,  Spokane, Wash.  G.K.TAOKABURY,  Agent, Nelson, B.C.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  lnvontlon Is probably patentable Communications strictly confidential. Handbook on Putento  sent free. Oldest npency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  rpecial notice, without oharge, In tho  Scientific Mmwm,  A handsomely illustrated weekly. X.nrgcnt circulation of any Bclentilio Journal. Terms, $3 a  year; four months, 8L Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNN & Co.36,Broad^ New York  Branch Offico. 825 F 8t��������� Washington, O. C.  /fdverffse in  TK������ TOininf Review.  LIMITED.  International lariniion Unhi Co,, UL  Kaslo & Slocan Railway Company,  NOTICE.  Commencing Sunday, August 17th, 1902, the  following time card will be in effect on  Kootenay Lake and K. <t S. Ry.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaSLO-SANDON route.    9:00 a.m. leave. Kaslo arrive 3:15 p. m  10M0 a.m. leave.. Whitewater...leave I:42 p. m  11:00 a.m. leare....McGuigan....leave 1:22 p.m  11:25 a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. ni  A direct connecMou is made at Kaslo with  steamer both to and from Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  KASLO-NELSON ROUTE.  6:00 a. m. leave..  3:35 p.m. arrive.  ..Nelson arrive   7 15 p.m  ��������� ���������Kaslo leave   8:.0 p. m  P������fi,e Acme  Poultry getting  A bird cannot fly through aa small a holo as it can  crawl through, so Page Poultry Netting is made with  small meshes at bottom and largo at top. No. 12 gauge  '     ' " '   " ~     Paf    "  wire top and bottom���������no sag.  gates���������they're best.  Get Pago fences and  The Page Wire Fence Co., Lhnitod,Walkerville, Ont  Montreal, P.Q., and St. John, N.B. 8  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  Calling regularly at Ainsworth and Pilot  Bay and at. all way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson & Fort  Shenpard Railway both to and from Rossland,  Spokane, Etc.  Tickets sold to all points in United States and  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific.  O. K. A N. Co , Ac, Ac.  Ocean and steamship tickets and rates via all  lines will be furnished on at plication.  For further particulars call on or address  Robt. Irving, ManagerKaslo, B. C.  G10. Hubtok, Agent, Sandon.  WUmmVmWMtiMmaTmWmBmimjjnM THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April ii, 1903.  CITY COUNCIL  MINUTES.  The regular meeting of tlie council  was held in thc city hall Monday evening, when the Mayor and Aids. Gomm,  Vallance, Crawford, McLeod and Cameron were present.  COMMUNICATIONS.  From the department of education  showing the amount per capita grunt to  the school for the quarter ending March  31st to he $147.95,    ���������  From VV. A. McDonald, solicitor at  Nelson acknowledging the receipt of  the city's claim of taxes against J. M.  Sproat.  From W. J. Devitt city clerk of'Trail,  giving an estimate of the salaries paid  to officials of that town.  From G. A. Hunter of the Dominion  Guarantee & Trust Co. in   reference   to  ' furnishing the city clerk'a bond.  From Messrs. Langley & Martin,, city  solicitors at Victoria, notifying the  council that they were successful in obtaining the necessary order-in-council  from-Lhe provincial government permitting the city to use water from Falls  creeks applied for some time ago. The  order-in-council is granted providing  the city gives their bona fide intention of making use of tho water privileges within a reasonable time. The  clerk was instructed to immediately  have the gold commissioner make  a record in accordance with tho terms  of the order-in-council.  The chief of police submitted his report for Lhe month of March and showed  the fines and collections to amount to  $40.   The report was received and filed.  The following accounts were recommended for payment by the finance  committee':  SALARIES.  Geo. Waile  $100 00  C. E. Lyons      75 00  J. E. Lovering    100 00  ACCOUNTS.  Ii. Giegerich,   coal oil    $2 25  Freight on lumber      35 28  Pay streak,   printing       13 25  Labor, shovelling snow        8 GO  Telegrams  70  Scavanger help, Jan'y & Feb...     35 00  JallandBros.   feed      27 44  Nelson News, printing      13 50  Bond of clerk      15 00  Post office,   rent        3 00  M. L. Grimmett, trip to coast...     25 00  Nelson     10 00  W. \V. Fallows        2 10  Langley & Martin, legal fees....      75 88  The secretary of the school board b'l'ib-  mitted a revised estimate of the money  that would be reguired to maintain the  school for the present year. The  amount needed would be $1230.50 or a  reduction of $120 over last year.  The special committee appointed at  the last meeting of the council to close  a contract with tho Sandon Waterworks  & Light Co. stated they had arranged  for rental of 10 hydrants for ten months  on the ba������is of $75 per month for the  same. Tho report was confirmed after  which the members of the committee  were dismissed.   '  The board of works were authorized  to secure a extra car of lumber in case  of an emergency.  The assessor was requested to complete and haye assessment roll returned  to the council by the 4th of May.  In regard   to   repairing   the   needed  sections of the flume the board of works  committee was authorized to take full  charge of the, work.  Proposed Change in Mining Taxatio n.  An important change is proposed by  the provincial government in the present Assessment Act. Under it "'Section  145 of the Mineral Act, and Section 152  of the Placer Mining Act, whereby a  tax of 25 cents an acre waB imposed upon all Crown granted mineral lands on  which at least $200 a year had not bee'n  expended on work, are to be- repealed,  if the Legislature approves the Govern-1  merit's intention on this point. . The  proposal is to increase the tax to 50  cents.an acre. This is intended tophue  a premium upon the working of thd  mineral claims rather than select the  alternative of paying tho land tax.  A new clause has been added, allowing work to be done on one of a group  of Crown-granted.clainii?, in order to  satisfy the demands on all.  Only TKe Best  TKe Daintiest Fruits,  TKe Freshest Groceries,  Choicest Smoked TQeafs  and Canned Goods.  Delicacies In. Preserved Goods alwa/s fn stock at  The Worst Feared.  Bidwell, of the Boston Mining Bureau, under the headof "Nuggets,"gets  off this story:  "Mining brings its rewards always.  The good qualities of the hard miner  are frequently recognized in the epitaphs' of the 'wild and wooly.' A Colorado ex-Congressman says:  "I remember one that adorned the  ceremony at Leadville in the palmy days  of that great mining camp. It seems  that in the course of a bar-room broil  one Jim O'Brien, a well-known character, had his existence terminated prematurely. He was a good fellow in the  main and not without friends. One of  the dead man's associates, in deep grief  over his demise, erected a wooden slab  over his grave on which he had written  in large letters: "Jim O'Brien departed  for heaven at 9:30 a. m."  A local humorist happened alongsoon  afterward and appended the following:  "Heaven, 4:30 p. m.���������O'Brien not yet'  arrived. Intense excitement. The worst  is feared."  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongue and Salt Pork a specialty.  Always a choice supply on hand of all.kinds of  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh aud Sal Fish,  ��������� Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Gaine in season.  Metal'Quotations.  Silver, 48j*.'c per oz.  Copper, $14.50 per cental  Lead, $4.G7J<< percental  Spelter (zinc) $5.65  Lead is quoted in the London market  at ������13 5s.        ...;���������'���������  Tourist���������"Who is the best doctor in  the village?"  Native���������'.'Well, alius recommends Dr.  Killuinquick.  Tourist���������"Are you a good judge?"  Native���������"No, I'm tha undertaker."  Methodist church services oh Sunday  when the pastor, It. J. Mclntyre, will  preach at 11 a. m. and 7.30. Morning  subject "The Shedding of Blood" and  evening subject "Jesus and .Resurrection." Special Easter music. Sunday  school Sunday afternoon at2.30. Prayer  meeting on Wednesday evening at 8  O'clock. Three Forksserviceat7o,clock  Monday evening.  SANDON,. B.'C,  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, 13. C.  MARKETS AT .ROSSLAND, NELSON,  KASLO,  TRAIL, EEVEL8TOKE,  GRAND JhOBKS,  PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOIC   FORT STEKL.  Agents  SANDON  Towgood & Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed. .  Telephone 24���������Silverton aud New Denver.  Warden Bros., Slocan Bottling Works,  Slocan City. Kaslo.  Neat Work Promptly  is keeping  We can  rs. Try us.  us busy,  still do  1  I  I  "i  *!


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