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Array /  i?'tyz������ ~7^-~*^f  VOL. 5���������NO. 42.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1002. ,  $2.00 PER YEAR.  i  Town Jottings.  M. A. Brown, i\I. E., returned [from  Seattle last week.  Tlio C. P. R. is going to .mild from  Moosomin to Yellow Head.Pass.  The B. C. press association is to meet  at Halcyon Springson the Mth inst.  There is said to be some placer gold  atCdoper creek, three miles from Lardo.  Tlie, Gran by smelter has four furnaces  going now and can handle 1,500 tons of  ore daily.  The sale of work, supper, Ac, in the  .Methodist church on Monday realised  about $120.  It is reported Joe]Martin says lie will  vote against Dunsmuir after the redistribution measure is passed.  The C. P. R. is going to build without  delay a branch from Midway to Spences  Bridge.  A female cook  wants a  position in a  mine or   large   restaurant or  boarding  house. Particulars at the Denver House.  Miss Dalby and Miss English returned  to Kaslo on Monday, and   proceeded  to I for  Friday   evening,    April   25th.     A  the   teachers'   meeting   at  Nelson   the | cordial invitation is extended   to every  A mud slide near Nakusp delayed  Thursday evening's C. P. R. passenger  until Friday morning at 8 o'clock.  Home-grown trees of hardy varieties,  suitable for Kootenay climate, at the  Riverside Nurseries, Grand Forks, B. C.  Mr. S. A. Hunter and Miss Agnes  Hansen were united in marriage t\t  Kaslo on Wednesday. Tbe bride is  well known here.  Sandon, Nelson and Slocan have  organised baseball teams, and other  towns around will follow suit. A league  for the Kootenays will likely be formed  later on.  Gus ITennobcrg left Thursday morning for Spokane on si, visit, while away  he will no doubt, probe into the  mysteries of the Thunder Mountain  district.  .Miss Lou Fingland. of Napanee, Out.,  sister of A. H. Fingland, superintendent  of the Monitor mine, is visiting 'Mrs.  dints-burger,and will spend the summer  in the Slocan.  The Independent Order of Odd fellows  are advertising a grand anniversary ball  Strike at the Monitor.  next day. ,  G. B. Knowles is back from Ashnola  for a few weeks. He says tlnjre are two  or three hotels going up, and everything  seems' prosperous.  Mr. G. W. ���������Grimmett ms the- happy  possessor of a brand new daughter. In  a few years the name Grimmett will be  a power to reckon with in this city.  Grand Forks has five candidates in  the field for the next provincial elections. If Joe does as he says he will,  there will be a dissolu'ion this month.  f, A small landslide came down about  lo feet back of station agent Huston's  house on Wednesday night, and knocked  bis kitchen into the proverbial cocked  hat. Huston is now anxiously enquiring the way to be saved.  Shady Giegcrieh says he went to  Kaslo last Sunday and 'brought'up two  grips filled with sunshine with him.  This he set out on the side hill on his  return. It took root, grew, and is the  parent of all the fine weather we have  had ever since.  "Annie Rooney," at one time a character in this place, has received , a half  column notice in the  Victoria Colonist  one. Every effort will be made to inake  ���������this affair a success.  Sau Francisco capitalists have bonded  Mr. .I. C. Ryan's interest in property  and water power which he holds in  the Similkameen district for $20,000.  The purchasers will operate water  power largely for; tobacco plantations,  besides 'other purposes.  Is itnotahout timethatthe Bluestreak  chap bad the school accounts of last  year audited, as he said they would be,  just to see how much money.Cliffe really  stole while he was secretary-treasurer.  The public would like to know the  amount of that peculation.  "If it is of any concern to tbe ousted  school trustees we may tell them all the  questions submitted by Mr." Wilson, inspector, to Mr. Lyons, city clerk, at tlie  investigation that led to. the avoidance  of the election, were drawn up by Mr.  Cliffe and placed in Mr. Wilson's hands  before the investigation commenced.  ��������� Manitoba, on Wednesday, decided  liquor licensing is not to be discontinued.  The. referendum was submitted that  day, ami lhe bill decided that to-stop  liquor  trallic   02  per cent  of  the vote  The Monitor at Three Forks was always regarded as a good mine. It paid  dividends years ago ; it is paying them  well under the present management  now, and it is likely to do much better  in the future. On Sunday last the  biggest strike ever made on the property, and one of the best in the camp,  was reported. It was made in No. 4  tunnel, the lowest driven. At this depth  a solid body of throe ie'et of clean ore  was encountered, which gives evidence  1 of even greater width .at further depth.  From this tunnel to No. 3 above, a distance of '1.20 feet or more an upraise has  been made all the way in an ore body  varying from 10 inches to the width reported. This valnablcdiscovery ensures  steady shipment for the Monitor for a  long time, and speaks well for the manager's observation and ability.  Around the Payne.  Mr. Garde is getting everything into  excellent shape at the Payne, as well  at the new concentrator as at the mine.  A week ago today lie received the dynamo and, electric appliances at the mill  from Peterboro, Ont., and a ponderous  piece of machinery it was, if we judge  from tbe way the draymen had to lift  in transferring it from one railway  to the other. The work of installation  is going on now, and when completed  thft machinery will be run by water  power, there being several streams hard  by that can be harnessed for power purposes if ecfsary. The machinery will  work the drills in the tunnels, furnish  light for all the workings, the mill,  offices, boarding house, &c. This, of  course, will considerably reduce the old  time expenses, and to an extent enable  the mine to compete with the low price  of the minerals produced���������silver and  lead.  , A New Company.  A. W. Wright, well known in mining  circles here, who has spent some months  past in Indiana, was in the city last  week again on bis way to Aspengrove in  the Similkameen country. While away  he formed  a company who are taking  overseveral copper properties at Aspen- j Cody7the Aliee"and Zuni cl"  , oasts'otild be   vea.    A   majorilv  went  lor one of her escapades.'   She is quite a | ,, <i;., Al. ...  . ,> ,.      ,      . .-      I t'l't- otuci  \\  musician, and is  credited with   having  written the music and words of the song  that bears her nickname.  Mr. Harris spent some days making a  tour of the Boundary country lately,  and he returns with the conviction Sandon and surroundings are as prosperous  as anything he saw while away. There  is a general quietness pervading the  whole country and we have no more  than our share of it.  Alderman Stein has sold out the bakery and grocery business he conducted  here for about six years to Mr. Patter-  Bon, late cook at the Slocan Star, and  will leave for Portland, Oregon', where  lie has another business, in about ten  days. One by one tho old timers go.  Mr. Patterson has a fair knowledge of  the business, is careful, and will doubt  less make a success of his undertaking.  ay, however,   the cities and  towns voting nay.  Hotel Reco Arrivals for the Week.���������  W. F. Whellarns, Kaslo; A. Mclnnis,  New Denver; IT. Snell, Vancouver; W.  Gerrard, Kaslo; M. R. W. Rath borne,  Silverton; B. I*. Little, Nelson; W. IT.  Milhiian, Toronto; W.S. Drewry, New  Denver; If. E. Maedonell, O. H.'  Beecher, Nelson.  The Rev. Mr. Purdy, who has had  charge of the Presbyterian congregation  here for the last three months, preached  a very able farewell sermon on Sunday  and left on Wednesday morning for  Winnipeg, where he will attend college  for some time. Mr. Purdy isa pleasing,,  argumentative speaker, very s-ocial in  bis make up, and practical in all his  teaching. He has the best wishes of  all the townspeople in his future fields!  of labor. I  grove and are going to work them. '  Among other things they will build a  smelter. These properties are some 30  miles from Princeton on the proposed  branch of the C. P. R. '1 hey are  ties, four in number, havo been worked  for some months, aud now have 500  tons of ore on the dumps, assaving $25 a  ton. The country around is a ranching  district and well calculated for fruit  growing, with plenty timber, water and  coal around in all directions, and plenty  of fluxes hard bv. They will adopt the  Vulcan smelter system, if it proves  satisfactory under tests.  Mr. Wright says if conditions favor  his company, they will work the Ajax  and Palmita properties, the coming  summer.  Mines and Mining.  Bar silver is 53% in New York.  On the 31st the Rambler-Cariboo paid  its regular dividend.  The Athabasca mine will be controlled  by Toronto parties hereafter.  The shipments from Three Forks for  tbe month of March were Monitor 115  tons and the Queen Bess 61.  Ore shipments from Whitewater for  the month of March were : Whitewater  G22)i.' tons and Wellington 16.  Twomey, of Kaslo, has bought a half  interest in the Rio of McGuigan. Development work will go on at once.  The concentrator at the Rambler will  be in operation in about two weeks time  when the water supply will be greatly  increased by the spring thaws.   .  The Urban Mining ct Milling Company are applying for water rights on  Falls creek near the Payne, The application states its uses are for mining and  smelting purposes, and will be conveyed by flume and pipe.  The Reco mine made its regular spring  close down this week, letting out all but  seven or eight men. They are working  a rich carbonates vein now, and in it  there is too much loss of silver in the  wet workings to allow operations. In a  few weeks work will be resumed.  The Last Chance let ont all of its men  but six or seven on Monday. This,  however, is not a permanent drop; it is  occasioned by the water in the workings. It is believed that in a month or  so the workings will be sufficiently dry  again to allow the full staff to be taken  on. In other respects there is nothing  new to report at this property.  The Mountain Con, which went  through a checkered career within tin-  last two years,is to.beworked again this1  summer by the original owner, J. A.  Whittier, who has formed a company  for the purpose. This is the property  tbat was bonded some two years ago by  Mr. Warner, and subsequently bonded  by him to an English .company.  The Silver Crown Mining & Milling  Company held their annual meeting in  Spokane last week, when arrangements  were completed to begin extensive development work on their property near  aims. The  claims have been worked for some time  past and have shown up some rich ore.  They are located near the Carbonates.  No. 2, on which a rich strike has recently been made. Ore from the ledge en-  countered averages about 200 ounces in  silver and 70 per cent lead.  '^i  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The Methodist church intend holding  a grand concert on April 11th, and tho  best available talent will take part.  The. following'are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tons.  Sunset,  41  Slocan Star '.  21.  Last Chance  20  American Boy  20  Reco  20  Total     122  K'l  i  I  Corbett says he wants to tight Jeffries  or any other champion. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Ai-kil 5,  1902.  Tlie Mining Review.  SATURDAY,  APRIL  5,  1902.  THE MINING SITUATION.  The more one studies the situation of  the mining industry in this country,  the more necessity there appears for  united action of a determined character,  by those who have interests in the  country.  On taking up the Public Accounts  of the province for the year ending the  30th of June last, we find the total  receipts   of   the    province    from     all  sources to be  !fl.o0r,,')20  Of this Federal grants total      2-12,(589  Leaving raised by the province$l .3(33,231  Of this.ininingcohtributedas follows:  Free miners' certificates $  03,510  General mining receipts    154,270  Mineral tax     05,4S3  Royalty on coal     S5,4S3  Bureau of Mines '..       1,058  In timber dues, &c, say.:      50,000  SOUND AS  A  DOLLAR  That is thc result of a course  of treatment with Scott's Emulsion. We have special reference to persons with weak  lungs and sensitive throats.  Scott's Emulsion docs some  thinsrs better than others. This  is one of them. It has a peculiar action on the throat and  lungs which gives them  strength and makes them tough.  That's how Scott's Emulsion  drives out coughs, colds and  bronchitis. It keeps them out,  too.  We'll send you a little to try, if you like.  .-SCOTT   &   BOWNE,       Chemists.  Toronto.  Total  $480,404  Or considerably over the one-third of  the entire, local revenue. We find on  further investigation the whole of the  personal property of the country pays a  revenue of but    $02,422  ��������� Realty, tax /      121,707  Income tax.... ���������       28,370  $2-12,505  The few miners and   mining men of  the country pay $480,404, while the rest  of the population pay in about half that  amount.      Tlie    remaining   items    of  revenue may not be considered here for  the reason the miners and mining men  pay their share of these also.    We deal  with but the question of taxation in the  general meaning of the term.    Now,  as  we  pointed out  last week,  while   the  fisheries might go on to a  fair extent  whether the mines of the country are  worked oi not, but for home consumption, there could be but little lumbering',  except from the coast points, because of  freights/and comparatively speaking no  agriculture   anywhere.     The development of the two latter industries  then  depends wholly on the development  of  mining, as does the growth of the entire  country,   commercially,   educationally  and in   all other   tangible respects.    It,  appears to us every man in the country  who aims at representing a constituency  in the local parliament, and every man  intelligent enough  to cast a  ballot, in  election!, should see this also.   In   this  connection we may say, it is well known  by all that mines  are not found  in  a  shipping condition���������they all appear in  prospects calling for imported capital lo  work them.   Capitalists appealed to in  other countries to lend money to develop  these mines and  advance tbe agricnl- j  tural  and lumbering   industries,    the  commercial and  educational  prospects  of the country, see the  few  mines  now  in existence,  and  the  industry but   in  its   infancy,   paying   one-third   of the  taxes of the country, a large number of  the members of the House devising  means to saddle them wii'h additional  burdens, aiid lhrce-qiiii'-iers of the  representatives of i lie country listening  to every representation made by the  industrial elements, thai.do not pay one-  twentieth pari c f the taxes, as to their  special interests even tofurthercrippling  mining operations- by disgusting the  capitalists appealed to for further .aid.  There is no gainsaying'it, this' is the  situation pruned of its artificial varnish.  We again ask the question, are the/men  who hold substantial,interests in the)  country going lo fold 'their bands and  Which the working man has fought for  and succeeded in obtaining is something  the wife has no share in. Her day begins before his and ends long after it,  as a rule, and many a night her rest is  broken by the baby's  fretf illness. The  healthiest w oman  must wear out under  such a strain. What  can be expected then  of those women  who are weakened by womanly diseases?  Women  ^cafe^g''- ���������  fraraifi  y  who   are        weak,  worn-out  and run-down will find new  life and new strength in the  use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite  Prescription. It establishes  regularity, dries weakening  drains, heals inflammation  and ulceration, and cures  female weakness. It makes  weak women strong and  sick women well.  Sick people are invited to  consult Dr. Pierce, by letter,  free. All correspondence ia  held as strictly private and  sacredly confidential. Address Dr. R. V.  Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  "I suffered with female weakness about eight  years���������tried several doctors but derived no bene-,  fit until I began using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription," writes Mrs. John Creen, of Danville,  Uoyle Co., Ky. "This medicine Was recommended to me by other patients. I have taken  six bottles and I feel like another person."  The dealer whoiofFers a substitute for  "Favorite Prescription," is only seeking  to make the little more profit paid on  the sale of less meritorious medicines.  His profit is your loss. Refuse all substitutes.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be  used with " Favorite Prescription ".whenever a laxative is required.  allow tilings  lo con lino this way?   \a\  venal section of lho press is   willing   to  wink at this, order of  things because.il  in  certain quarters stimulates patronage; a section of the commercial community acquiesces' because it paliates  prejudice,and apparently in a temporary  \.av developes bushiest'*,   but it ends in  keeping our mineral resources sealed in  tbe bowels of the earth, the other great,  industries of the country undeveloped,  present, population   comparatively  idle  or unprotitably employed, and the labor  elements  themselves   either living   ou  what they have earned  in "the  pastor  in comparative destitution.   These are  tbe naked facts,  and  a glance over the  situation in  the country  fully verifies  them. ' It ie quite true- tbat the low price  of several of our minerals is put, forward  as the cause  ol   our   comparative   in-  j activity.   It is one cause, of course! but  I it is only  one,   and   the one we cannot,  , change.   There are, however, the otho s  j wecan change, and what are, we doing  , to charge  them?   There are two ways  to cure the evil.   Let  those who  have  interests   in   Hie country  in elections  support only candidates who have the  material prosperity  of the country before them,  as their first consideration,,  or restrict the franchise.   If candidates'  cannot   be  got,   who   refuse Io  inaki  foreign interests and  franchise appeals-  their   first   consideration,   then  cut of!  thc cause of   their  besetting sins.   If  representatives will be first.' influenced  by the appeals tbat hold the country ii  n condition  of'retrogression  instead o,  one of prosperity, cut off the cause o1  their neglect of duty and free them 'oi  the weight that sways them   from tin  ���������path of duty.   It appears to us  one o  these alternatives must  be adopted,   i  the country is to prosper.   A legislator!  may subject existing mines and miniii.-  interests to any  burdens they  plea.e  but they   cannot force owners to  work  them, to employ our idle  men and revive activity  in  tbe other industries,  neither can they  force outside   capital  required in thecountry inlo'investinenU  by   threats   or  coercion.-   The   laltei  must be shown by our  enactments thai  investments are safe, and   given   a  fail  chance for   return reasonable   interest  If this is not done our  other  efforts to  advance are helpless.    It appears to  us  the whole   matter   is   of  too serious a  nature  to be  longer triflled with,  and  lhat those whose interests should cause  them .to look the matter squarely in the  face should take immediate action.  COAL!  Everybody Wants  the Best Coal.  Try Lelbbridge Coal, then you will  have the best, and cheapest. This coal  will make the hoftestand brightest fires,  besides it is eariiy handled, as it is very  clean.    We have it forall kindsof grate.  ���������������$��������� Cameron.  To the Deaf.  A .lieh lndy eured of her Deafness und Noises  in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial Kar  Drums, gave $10.out) to his -institute, so thni,  ���������deaf poop's unable to procure the Kar Unmix  nmy have them fiee. Addioss No. HS25, the  Nicholson institute, 781), 1-inhth Avenue, New  Vork, U.S.A.  Farmers' Names Wanted.  Send us Ihe nam' s and postollk.c addresses of  I-.]. EVEN FARMERS who hiiw land to clear or  who use a STtJ.MP 1'UlxLKK, and .we'wi'l mail  VKEE io your addres������. acopvofour STORIES  of the (IKI'-AT NOx-.TIIVx.ST, now:going- to  press ������������������'��������� Write plainlv, and address the W.  SMITH CHUB JIK-KCO., LA CROSSE, WIS.'  The Methodist church intend holding  a grand concert on April 11th, and the  best available talent will take part.  Engineers, Firemen, Machinists  and electricians send for 40-page pamphlet, containing questions at-ked by examining board of eng neers to obtain  .engineers' ' license, address Geo. A.  Zeller. publisher, ISSlth st., St. Louis,  Mo., U. si.'A.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B. C.  Alta Lodge, No. 20.  A. V. AND A. M.   ;  Regular Ciiiuihui.iPiitiou of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday i trench mouth at Sp. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  .JAMJ.S M. BARTON, Sec'y.  Spokane Falls '&  Northern R'y.  Nelson & Fort  5heppard R'y  Red Mountain Railway.  The annual meeting of the Similkameen Valley Coal Go. will be held in  Nelson on the I5th of April.  ; Harry Bradhurst, a miner,Was killed  at the Le Roi on Monday while shooting  a "missed bole."  The only all rail  r'-ute between .ill point*  ���������asi, west and south   to  l.nss'und, Nelson and  uteriiiedlale points;   conneciiiig   at Spokane  '.villi Ureal 'Northern, Nonheru l'aeilie, and ti.  ii. it S'. Co.  Connects at Rossland with the Canadian  'acilie Railway for I'ouiidary Creek points.  Conned* at ilyer's K������lls wilh stage dailv for  Kepublie.  HnlR'tt service on trains between Spokane  and Nelson.  Kll'eclive November 10th, ll'tll.  '.kavk. Iiav Train, Aitiuvu  0:20 a. m Spokane  7:1 ;"< p.in.  .:':'xT) p. in Rossland -lili) p, m.  0:10 a. m Nelson i'M"> p. m,  H. A. JACKSON, ti. P. it T. A.,  Spokane, Wash.  0. K.TAOKAlU'liV,  Agent, Nelson, I!. C.  The Great English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered. Six  ���������packages, guaranteed to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abuse  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, si x, ?5. One will please,  six will cure. Pamphlets free to any address.  TUo Wood Company, Windsor, Ont.  Wood's I'hos;hodii)C is sold in Sandon bv  E. F. McQeen and K.,1. Donaldson,- Dru^g'sis.  IB^^BSS^^sm^amwi^i^s^mmnmmimsss THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Awul 5, 1902.  Tlie Canadian Northwest  REGULATIONS.  Any even numbered seetion of Dominion Lands in Manitoba or Northwest Territories, excepting 8 and 20,  which has not been homesteaded, reserved to provide wood lots for settlers, or  for other purposes, may be homesteaded  upon by any person who is tbe sole bead  of a family, of any male over 18 years,  to the extent'of one quarter seetion of  100 acres, more or less.  ENTRY.  Entry mav be made personally at the  local land oflice for the district in which  the land to be taken is situate, or if the  homesteader desires, be may, on application to the Ministerof the Interior,Ot-  . fawa, the Commissionerof Immigration,  Winnipeg, or the Local .\gent for the  district, in which the hind is situate, receive authority for some one to make  entry for him. A fee, of $10 is charged  for ordinary homestead entry.  HOMESTEAD  DUTIES.  Under the present law homestead  duties must be formed in one of the following ways, namely:  (J) By at least six months, residence  upon and cultivation of the land in each  year during tiie term of three years;  (2; If tbe father or the mother(if the  father is deceased).or any person who is  eligible to make a homestead entry, resides upon a farm in the vicinity of the  land entered for by such person as a  homestead, the requirements of the law  as to residence prior to obtaining patent  may be satisfied by such person residing  with the father or mother.  (3) If a settler has obtained a patent  for his first homestead, on a certificate  for the issue of such patent countersigned in the manner prescribed in the  Dominion Lands Act, and has obtained  entry for a second homestead, the requirements of this Act as to residence  prior to obtaining patent may be satis  tied by residence on the first homestead  (4) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon farming land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the law as to residence maybe satisfied by residence upon the said land.  APPLICATION FOR PATENTS.  Should be made at the end of three  years, before the Local Agent, Sub-  Agent or the Homstead Inspector. Before makingapplication for the patent  the settler must give six month's notice  ���������'in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of his intention  to do so.  INFORMATION,  v New-arrived immigrants will receive  at the Immigration Office at Winnipeg,  or at any Dominion Lands Oflice in  Manitoba or the Northwest Territories  information as to the lands that are  open for entry, and fioni the officers in  charge, free of expense, advice and assistance in securing lands to suit them ;  and full information respecting the  land, timber, coal and mineral laws, as  well as respecting Dominion Lands in  the Railway Belt in British Columbia  may be obtained upon application to  the Secretary at the Department of the  Interior, Ottawa; the Commissioner of  Immigration, Winnipeg, Manitoba, otto any of the Dominion Lands Agents in.  Manitoba or the Northwest Territories.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  NOTICE.  To John H. Gray and to any and all  others to whom he may have transferred  his interest in the Pansy and Violet  mineral claims situated un Payne mountain,in the Slocrtu Mining Division of  West Kootenay District, British Columbia. f  Take notice that J, D. E. SpraixUe,aeo  owner in each of the said . Pansy and  Violet mineral claims, have ex- ended  $102.51" ni doingand having recorded the  annual assessment work on the said  Pansy mine! al claim for the year ending  July 29th, 1901, as required by section  24 of the Mineral Act, and $102.50 in  doing and having recorded the annual  assessment work on the said Violet  mineral claim for the year' ending  Autniet 9th, 1901, as required by section  24 of the Mineral Act, and that if within  ninety days from the date of the first  publication of this notice you fail or  refuse to contribute your proportion of  the said expenditure, being one-eighth  of tbe amount expended in respect of  each of the said niineralclainis,amount-  ���������ng to $12.80 in respect of each of said  claims, together wilh all costs ofadver-  tisins., your interest in the said claims  will become vested in me the undersigned, under the provisions of section  4 of tbe "Mineral Act, Amendment  Act, 1900."  The address for payment, of the said  moneys to me the said D. E.Sprague is,  care of McAnn ec Mackay, Barristers,  Kaslo, B. C.  Dated the 11th day of March, 1902.  D. E. SPRAGUE.  A CITY OF WONDER,  PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY.  The Smelting Centre of the Similkameen Valley. Backed by tho payrolls  of two gigantic coal companies and the Copper and Kennedy mountain mines.  Surrounded by the following resources, coal, gold, copper, silver and fine  agricultural countrys. Larue herds of cattle, fruit in abundance with a climate  almost southern and all that, could be asked.  Ashnola is owned and hacked by the payroll of the Similkameen Valley Co*l  Company, Limited, which is a guarantee in itself of its success. The equipment  and development ol* their coal mines, installing of water, electric light and power  plants are already arranged f?r. The development of the Afhnola Coal Company's  mines by the Toronto capitalists who have established their payroll at xAshnola,  make it tbe coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  Lots in Ashnola are Safe Investments.  In blocks 1 to 4 and lo to 20 the price will be. advanced 25 per cent per month  until Mav 1st, L90?, and 10 per cent in the remaining blocks. The present price  is from $50 to $225, 25 per cent cash, 3, (5 and 9 months without interest.  Arrangements are already completed for 3$ buildingg, including cottages lor  the employees of the company at Ashnola. This work will be under full headway  by May 1st. The company's stock is now selling at $1. 10 per cent down, balance  in 9 equal payments.  For further information apply to  SIMILKAMEEN VALLEY GOAL CO. LTD.  ���������������������������'  ^NTBLj'sbN,  B.;-0.  N. B.���������In addition to Free. Grant  Lands to which the Regulations above  stated refer, thousands of acres of most  desirable lands are available for lease or  purchase from railroad or any other cor-  poratiods and private firms in Western  Canada.  M. L. GRIMMETT, LL. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  2������lSlUBUUilB&lU.\tmiirUM*tirmh1W,  At Cliffe's  store.  your CIoHves  ilre Old...  IM! CP CO.--  FFEE BCASTEES  Dealers in TEA AND COFFEE.  We are offering- at the lowest prices  the beHt trades of Ceylon, India, China  and Japan Teas.  For Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Koofervay Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  West baker street, nelson, b.c.  1 /  Then why not get the best to be hail in the  country for the money. x-\n immense stock  of the best goods and latest patterns now on  hand.    You will be convinced bv cal lino* on.  JJ  tl  Sandon, The Leading: Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April 5, 1902.  THROTTLING.  .\s   we   mentioned    last   week,    the  Whitewater   mine   report for January  showed that   the   property   made   but  $210 profit  tbat  month,  and that was  not   profit either, as no allowance, was  made for interest on  borrowed capital.  As   a   consequence   the mine   is   closing down,  throwing  100   men   out   of  employment,  business   in   the  village  into confusion, and giving  the country  a black eye, and all because of the pettifogging that is' going on in the legislature.     Candidates  come   before   tbe  constituencies assuring a certain vote  they  will  make  the mine owners pay  them what they want,  they  will  make  the mines yield  a provincial  revenue,  and utter collapse overtakes all.   Now,  what we want to  impress on the people of tho country is this,  tbat as long  as   things   are   run   this   way   by  the  government and the politicians, so long  will tbe country remain in  this slough  of despond.    So long as the people  are  influenced by the old motives in casting  the ballots, and  our representatives are  influenced by the same feelings, so long  ���������   must the country remain in its present  condition.   The people have the cure in  their own bands, if  they .exercise it; if  they refuse,  they must bear the consequences.   Neither the miners, the mine  owners, nor the  parliament,  have any  power to advance  tbe  prices of  silver  and lead in outside markets,  and  mine  owners can   neither work their  mines  with present  capital   nor   get  outside  moans to assist them, until it is shown  there    is    evidence    money    can    be  invested with  an assurance of reasonable interest'.   The  local  mine owners  may be taken by  the throats in every  way by the men and the legislature, but  outside capital cannot be brought in by  tbe throat.   So long then as throttling  .   is king, there is no help i'or the country,  and the sooner the  people know  it the  better.  Jf then the people of tbe province are  powerless   in   the   way   of    advancing  prices, and  if many  of the  properties  cannot   pay  under  present conditions,  the man- with   half an eye can  see,  to  secure mining operations, the only cure  is diminish expenses.    We have several  times shown  tlie  Slocan  mine owners,  can get but say at present $'1.4.5 for lead  ���������while   the    American    producers   are  getting $:>.50.    Our people-have to pay  from 20 to 50 per cent more for candles,  powder, machinery and boarding house  supplies,   than  the American  miners.  These can be reduced by changes in the  Canadian tarifl'.   Our Provincial government can in tin.  meantime remove the  two per cent tax, its high recording fees  anil excessive tim ber collections.   These  will   all   materially   help.      We   have  shown   in   previous  issues tbat   by a  proper personal and realty tax, without  any unfair burden on  the people, tbe  money now collected  under the two per  cent tax can be easilyraised.   We have  s ���������-,.vii, too,  that if a form of primitive  ,��������� ., ihim nt   was given  the  RIVERSIDE  NURSERIES  FOUR MILES.EAST OF GRAND FORKS.-  20,000 FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, LILACS, ROSES, 4a  Our Stock is Home Grown and Exceptionally 'Vigorous and Healthy,  Order now, it will pay you to inspect tbe Nurseries.  V. N. Phone.No. 25.  Post Office Box 33.  Martin Burrell, Prop.  constituencies  all  the money required  for  trails,  bridges, etc.,  could   be got  locally, equitably, without any drain on  the Provincial treasury.   But there is  still another  way.    In   all of   Canada  there is more or less prosperity of every  description   he'd   by    speculators    for  speculative  purposes,    lying   dormant  until  the  more industrious'holders of  contiguous   properties    improve   their  holdings and bring the dormant properties into value.    In cities:  the speculation is in city lots, in the other  provinces in tl.e rural  districts,  tlie  dormant  properties are in farm lands, and in this  country, it is in crown-granted  mineral  properties.     '1 be   speculators   buy   up  the prospects, get them  crown  granted  and   leave  them   lie   profitless  to the  country in every  form  until  the more  industrious holder,brings his  property  into  value  by --working  it.    When the!  industrious man, after sinking his own 1  and borrowed money, meets a strike, up  goes tbe value of the doi.mnnt property  that has paid no government tax, and ���������  the mine owner sells at a  round  figure.  Now, all this can be cuied by placing an  acreage tax on crown-gran ted property  instead of a special  two per cent tax on  the man who produces an output.    YVilh  the law on these lines, without coercion  or force in any direction,   self-interest  would force  the  owners of  all   crown  granted properties eit.ln.ir to work  their  holdings   or  sell   to   men  who   would  work them.    Why  don't some/nf   our  bass wood representatives in the House  try legislation'on  these'lines,  h-sliad  of lying awake nights to  <icvi.se  m^ans  of corralling the  votes of the ignorant  or prejudiced poriion.of the community ?  In addition to an acreage tax, a compul- j  sioii to spend so much a year in   work- ?  ines, would create, labor I'mm the  start,  and  soon  bring  many   idle properties  into shipping mines.  lMnu3~  -CT3  Tl  ������ ���������  * a  0  9  9  9  9  9  9  I  ft     -  ERECT FORH AND STRAIGHT FRONT  CORSETS  Are taking tbe  place of all others.    Women  who dress with the mode must wear this model.  Try Oij-r* i$>l.SO Corset.  HHE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO. LTD.  (*������oe������������������������oa������������tit(a������i(i������ijitfta(e6eiis������09������t������������(t������������������ii>������������  Established 1858.  M. R. Smith & Co.  nanufacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  :::;:: m iran  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  CANADIAN  WORLD'S SCENIC ROUTE.  Direct Line  Lowest Rates  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  New York  WEST  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  VIA SOO LINE  St. Paul, Chicago and all  U. S. Points.  ���������    TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE.  EAST���������Leave Dun mo re Junction daily.  Leave Kootenay Landing Tuesday and  Frday���������St. Pitil, Toronto, Montreal and Boston.  WEST���������Leave Revelstoke daily.���������  Vancouver, Seattle and Coast.  STEAMSHIP SERVICE.  FROM VANCOUVER���������Alaska, Hawaii,  China, Japan and Australia.  Through bookings to Europe via all  Atlantic lines. ,  Prepaid  tickets   from   all  points at  low rates.  R. B. McCammon, Agent.  Sandon, B.C., or  J. S. Carter, E. J. CoYxxK,  D.P. A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A.,Vancouver  DOUBLE TRAIN SERVICE.  TJMK CARD OF   1 RAlNri. | Arrive, j Depart.  No. 1, "North Coast Limited"  No. 2, "North '"oast Limited"  No.;?, West Hound   No. 4, East Round ............  *'*oetir d'Alcne Branch   Palouse & Lewiston Branch..  *( antral Wash. Branch '..  "Local Freight, west   *IxOcnl Freight, east   7:2 3am  9:45 am  11:40 pm  10:30 pm  5:2". j>m  IMS pm  1 :('0 pm  5::,l) pm  2:55 pm  7:35 am  0:55 am  11 -M) pm  10:40 pm  7:23 am  9:00 11m  8:00 am  f> 00 am  9:00 am  ���������Daily except Sunday; all others dally.  Even numbers east bound.    .  Try Our Electric Lighted  "North Coast Limited"  With New "Observation Cars."  J, W. HILL, General Agent, Spokane, Wash.  A. D. CHARLTON, A.CU'.A., Portland, Ore.  The flost Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED niDST SCENH">Y  UNRIVALLED POR GRANDEUR.  alp M Springs Uum  HALCYON SPRINGS, ARROW LAKE,'B.C.  Resident physician and nurse. Boating,  fishing and excursions. In telegraphic communication with nil parts of the world. Tivn  : mails arrive und depart every day. Special  I Winter Terms: .$12 to $15 per week, according  j to residence in hotel or villas. Its baths cure  I all nervous and muscular diseases. Its waters  .heal all kidney, liver and stomach ailments.  ������ THE MINING REVIEW���Saturday, April 5, 1902.
The Bluestreak says the Superintendent of Education has declared the January trustee election is invalid  on   three
counts, and   it cites  them.    The  print
could now get in a big scoop by showing
tbo   council,   the   clerk,    tbe   trustees
elected  and   itself declared at the time
the   election   was  valid, and   that   thu
.Mining   Review alone   said   it was not.
It can make  another  point by showing
the second election  is costing  the taxpayers a sum of money because of the
ignorance of  the oflicials and thoir unwillingness  to  take   the advice of any
one but themselves.    It could -make another big score   by showing   certain   of
the aldermen are so versed   in  law they
are leaving themselves  liable to a pen-1
alty of #50 a night  for  every night they j
sit at the council, if there  is any one to
take action,    if the  Bluestreak would
come out  with   these  facts in a double
leaded article, it would   mako a stiong
Jomioion of Canada.
j Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the
North-West Territories, nnd the Yukon
Tlie Siiieltcr Question.
On  Tuesdav evening  the   adjourned
smelter  meeting  was  held,   Mr. (r'rim-
uiett in tbo chair and Mr. Lyons'secretary.    After  Mr.   Griiiiinelt  made -the
usual explanation  as  to  the nature of
the   meeting, Mr. CliU'e   said   so far we
wore   all   in   the   dark.    No one knew
much  of  the   merits of the system proposed   to   be  introduced,  and we were
altogether in the dark as  to   lhe cost of
such an institution.    To  assist such an"
enterprise without better  kii'owh'djj.1'wf.
its  cost would   lie  a mistake    Mc then
moved   for  the  appointment of-a committee of five to secure all   the'information possible on these points,-and report
to a meeting of citizens  as soon as possible, which was  unanimously  carried,
and    the    following    committee     was
named:    M. L. Griinniett,  C Glide,  J.
��� M.   Harris,   A.   Scott   and   Mr. Pratt.
These sj-entlemen will make an exhaustive enquiry and report  their finding as
soon as possible.
To be well dressed. To
know that you are dressed in
a smart, stylish suit gives
you confidence in yourself
aud enables you to better
transact your business.
Our bis^ busftiess has been
built up on'"HIGH CLASS
C L O T H IN G,  the 1-5EST
can  manufacture.       In .our
buying for  spring our  aim,
was to have the best ,$15.00
suits   ever  offered,   and   we
have them.     Your tailor will
ask you $30.ooor$35.00 for
the same suits, and you cannot buy them ready to wear
elsewhere at any price.
Coal binds may be purclnised at ?K|.0ll per
acre for soft coal, and $JO.00' for anlhnicite.
Nol more than !12t) acres can be acquired by
one individual or company. Royalty at such
rates as may from time to time be specified by
order in council shall be 'collected on the
gross output.
Persons of eighteen.-years and over and
joint slock companies holding free .miner's
certificates may obtain entry for a .'mining
A free miner's certificate is granted for one
or more years, not exceeding live, upo��i-payment in advance'of ?I0.()0 per annum 'for. an
individual, and from .-foO.UI) to .flOO.OO per annum for 11 company, according to capital.
A-iree miner having discovered mineral in
place may locate a claim 160 x l/illtl fecr. by
marking'out. the same with two legal posts,
bearing location notices, one al each end on
lhe line of ihe lode or vein. I
The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen I
days days  if located within  ten   miles of a'
(���I mining recorder's ollice,  one additional dav
'allowed  for   every   additional   ten   miles
fraction.    The   fee   for recording a' c
At least $100 03 must be expended on lhe
claim each > ear or paid to the mining recorder
I in lieu thereof. When f">u().00 has- been ex-
peiidod or paid ihe locator may, upon having
I a survey inade and upon coinphing wilh other
j requirements, -purchase the laud at ijii.00 per
' Permission may be granted by the Minister
' of the Interior to locate c'liiins containing iron
land mien, also copper, in the Yukoi. Territory
1 of an area not exceeding 100 acres
The patent for a mining location shall provide for the payment of royalty on tho sales
'nut exceeding live per cent.
N.   \V.  T.,   I-XCKl'TIXG  THI.-
liiiin is
anjr number of claims by pureliase, and free
.millers, not exceeding ten in number, may
tvorlc their claims in nartnership, by (iling notice and paying fee of ...'.00. A claiin may be
abandoncdand another obtained on the same
creek, gulch or river, by giving notice and paying fee.
Work must be done on a claim each year to
the value of at.east $.1)11.00, or in lieu of work
payment may be nmilc to the mining recorder-
each year fur the first three years of $-.00.00 and
after that.-f-lOOAU) for each year.
A certified le that work has been done or fee
paid must be obtained  each year; if not, the
claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, nnd
open to occupation mid entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may be defined
absolutely by having a survey made, and publishing notices in Ihe Yukon Ollicial Gazeue.
Locations suitable for hydraulic iniiiing,h��\"-
ing a fr'Miliue of from one  to five miles, and a
depth of one mile'or more may bo leased for
twenty years, providing the ground  has been
prospected by the applicant  or his agent;   is
found to be unsuitable for placer mining." and
does not include within   its   boundaries-any
mining claims already granted.   A icutrfl of
$1511.00. for each mile of frontage, and a royalty
of live per.(tent on the 'gross output, less an an-
nuat exemption of $��1,0 0, are charged.   O lie rations must   be  commenced   within   one year
from , the date of the lease, and not less than
f">,000.00 must, be expended annually. Tho 'ease
excludes all base metals, quartz ��nd coal, and
provides for the withdrawn I of unoperatcd land
for agricultural or building nurposes
Al   unappropriated' Dominion  lands shall,
after the lirst of July, ifl-u, be open to prospect-
in^ for petroleum.   Should the prospeeior discover oil in paying quantities he may acquire
010 of available land, including and surrounding his discovery, at the rate of $1 no an acre,
subject to royalty al, such rate as may be spec-
ilied by order in council.
Deputy to the .Minister of the Interior
Ottawa, Dec. I'oth, 1901. *
Mrs. "a inflow's Soothing syrup has been used
bv millions of mothers lor their children when
teething, if disturbed nt ni"-nt and b okenin
your re-;tby a sick child, suH'ering a"d crving
witn pain of cutting leeih. Send at once and
get a boi lie of "M is. "A in slew's Soothing Syrup"
for children teeihixg. It will relieve the poor,
little snH'"iei- inline Mutely. I epend upon i t,
iiioiheis, there is no mistake about it. Ii cured
diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels,
cures Wind Colic, poflens tfcegumsand reduced
I n lia in ma lion, and gives tone a fid energy to the
system , "Mrs Winslow's.Soothing Syr'ip" for
children teething is pleasant to Ihe taste and is
Ihe prcscript'on of one of thc oldest and best
female physicians und nurse* in the United
Stales Price ���',*)(!. a. bottle. Sold by nil druggists
throughout ihe world. He sure and ask for
"Mrs. Winslow's soothingSyrup."
Cook's Cotton Boot Compound
&S$I Is successfully used monthly by over
flO.000 Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladies ask
-^ your druggist for Cook's Cotton Root Compound. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and.
Imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $lper
box; No. 2,10 degrees stronger,$3 per box. No.
1 or 2, mulled on receipt of price and two 8-ecnt
stamps. The Cook Company Windsor, Ont.
|S"_F-Nos. 1 and 2 sold and recommended by all
responsible Druggists in Canada.
No. 1 tiiid No.-2 arc sold in Sandon by K. F.
.McQueen and F. J. Donaldson, Druggists
Tin. ptililic are hereby iit-ti.ii.,1 that
JeirMain is no longer in my employ,
and tlie public are hereby cautioned
against, having any business ��� dealings
with Jiiin in any way, shape or form in,
my inime.
The Sandon Wine <k Lienor House,
Geo. Lovatt,  I'rop.
Because we bin* direct
from the,mills- in \ England
and-'Scotland and manufacture all our clothing;���spent
thirty years in learning* how.
We have everything-.that
.- a man or boy wants to wear
from the sole of the foot to
the crown of the head.
A carload of Trunks and ,
Valises just arrived���values;
call and see.     Prices  to suit
Take   a   trip   to   Nelson .
and   save your expenses by
purchasing your outfit from
Wallace-Miller Co.
Baker St.   Nelson, B.C.
I'lacer mining claims generally are 100 feet
square; entry fee $-3.00 renewable yearly. On
the North Saskatchewan river,'claims a>e
either bur or bench, the former being 100 feet
long and extending between high and low
water mark. The hitter includes bar diirgins,
but extends back to the base of the ���hill" or
bank, but not exceeding 1,(W0 fe't. Where
steaur power is used, claims -.00 feet wide may-
bc obtained.
AND Tin. X. W. T.. FXCl.l'TIXG TH K
A free miner may obtain only two lenses of
live miles 'each for a term of twenty years, renewable in '.he discretion of the Minister of the
The Sandon Water Works and Unlit Com party
hereby give notice that it will nt the expiration
of.four weeks from the first publication hereof,
apply to tbe Lieutenant Governor in t'ouiicl,
pursuant to lhe provisions ol" lhe "Sandon
Water Works a  d Light - omnany Act IS'.'li" foi:
I Authority to divert (..00) two hundred
mines inches of water from Sandon creek im-
media'ely below the present ..concentrating
wi.r���sof the .Slocan Star Mine, to wit, at the location of each dam now constructed one on lhe
east fork of .Sandon creek and the ottier one on
the west fork of Sandon cree - below ihe said
ii. A'si authority to divert (J00) two hundred miners inches of water from <'arpe"ter
creek (Hoiilh Fork) at a point about Hot'feet',
above the point where ihe Xorth l->.sterly
boiindao of theVict-T inine-al claim, being Lot
S18-1 crosses the said <'arpenler creek (.South
K rk) nnd about ���ViO feet, above the crossing of
the Kaslo -md .Slocan Kail way on the said Carpenter creek (South Fork) the said point of
diversion being a point below'-the point of
diversion of the water-supply for the l.ceo.Mines
and X'oble Five Mines concentrator '
Dated nl Sandon, Ji <:., ihis-Hh day of March,
A.D. I no J.
The Sandon Water Wo i:ks and T.'ohtComi'any
J. .M. Harris,. I'resident. '
First publication hereof on the Sth dav of
.    March, A.D. 1.102. c' "
''he lessee's right is confined io the s.-binerg-   jis    i R   'I f,   tl     I      ii
hnrinirL' r��i�� liAi.nh   *��Ki ���*.-...        ..vi.^r.1     r*t.     tVin     ....._'_. %9
w__ _,    .
diggings or bei'Ch eUiim*., except on ihe .-_as-
I ku'tchewan river, whee the lessee may dredge
lo high water mark ou each alternate louse-
The lessee shall .invert, d'edee in operation
within one season fnin the date of the lea.'-efor
each live miles, but where a person or company bus obtained more Ihn , one lensc one
'���'redcefor each fifu-eu mil"s orfnu-tion issuf-
li'-ien'. Kemal fit1 0 ' )>:���, annum for e��eb mile
of river leased. iRo> alty al the rule of two and
a half percentcoUccled'on the outputafter it
exceeds f 10,(100.00. ",.'���'
Six leases of live miles ench may be grained
to a free miner for u term of twenty years, also
The lessee's ri  lit is confined t'> lhe subnienr-
bed  or bars   in the  river below  low water
Kaslo & fan Railway.
International Navigation &. Win? Co,
Shortest anil iiuiekest route to the east and
all poin's on the O. X. >v K, and .Northern
l'aeilie Kaihvuys in Washington, Oregon nnd
.Southern .States.
C(. ..V- ,���     w     ^.
mark, that Voiindary to be lixed by ils position
on 'he Isi day of August in the voir ol the date
of (he le��se
'i he le.'see shall h��vc one dredge in operation
wiihin two veins from ihe date (if (he lease,��rid
onedrcdi-c f"r each live miles .wiihin si* years
from such date I'ental, $IHil0(i. per mile for
lirst year, nnd ,f 1(1.00 per mile for each subsr-
<T ent >C'ir. H<>\ alM , ten per ecu ton the ., input iu excess   f fin.O'Ki.oiJ.
Greek, gub'h, river slid hill cl"ims shall not
exceed -������ 0 feet in length, me>'siircd on the base
lii'e or ce- oil direction of ihe creek or gulch,
lhe width being from l.i'OO to ���_,,(i(K) feet. All
oilier placer claims shall be -.oil feet S([iinre.
Claims i're marked by two legul pos s, one ft
each end, bearing no ices. '��� "try must be obtained wiihin ten (bus if thcolt.im is within
ten miles of mining recorder's ollice. One extra day allowed for ench addit'onal ten miles
or fraction.
The person or company sUik'nc a claim, ��nd
each person in his or ils employment,'except
house ser' ants, must hold a free' miner's ccrti-
The discoverer nf a new mine is entitled to a
claim 1,000 feet in length, a'd if the party consist of two, 1 .POO feet ultogelher. ou the output
of which no royalty shall be charged, thc rest
of the pnr-tv ordinary clnims only.
Knlry fee is? 15.(in.   Kovalty at Ihe rate of live
per cent charged on the  gross outputof lhe
claim, wilh the exception of an annual cxemp
lion offi.UoO.il).
i   ���
!   S:"0 a.m. leave Knslo  arrive  ���l:('0p.ui.
IOkVi a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1: l;"> p.m.
���"���"JO p. m. leave Nelson arrive J 1:00 a.m.
0:10 p.m   arrive Kaslo leave     7:00a.ni.
Connecting at Five Mile Point wilh Nelson it
Fori. Shenpard Knihvay both to and from Rossland, Spokane, Ktc.
Tickets sold to nil points in f'nitcd Stales and
Canada via Great Northern, Northern J'aeifie,
(). !...fc N.Co , .tc.,.vc.
Ocean and steamship ticketsaii'* rates via all
lir.es will be furnished on a. plication.
For further particulars call on or address
Robt. Irving, Manager. Kaslo, Ii. C.
Gko. Huston, Agent, Sandon.
To and from European points via CanadUn
and American lines. -Apply for sailing dates,
rates and full information to any 0. I'.K. agent
or R. B. flcCammon, Agent,*Sandon,
W.F. I-. Cumniings, Gen.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg
^^^^^MMM^^^^^^^^^^a^m^m^sm THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, April 5,  1902.  Concert at Whitewater.  The social given Easter Monday by  tlie ladies of the Presbyterian church of  Whitewater was one of the most enjoyable times of tli is season. The hall  was filled and every number received its  share of the hearty applause; the  dialognea kept tho audience in u roar  of laughter. Cofl'ee and cake were  served, and after the miners had  tendered the ladies a vote of thanks for  their pleasing- endeavors all joined in  singing God Save the King.  PROGRAMME.  1 Jnstrn mental���������   2 Chorus���������"A   Life   on    the  Ocean  Wave."  o   Reading��������� Rev. Mr. Purdy  ���������1-   Solo���������"Whisper and 1 Shall Hear/'  Mrs. Robinson.  5   Recital ion���������"The   Last    ITvmnc,"  Miss Jeanie McMillan.  (,   Instrumental��������� Messrs.  Moore, Ganty and Moore.  7 Solo��������� Rev. Mr. Purdy.  8 Dialogue ��������� " Adertising      for     a  Servant."  0   Reading��������� Mr. A. Goldsmith.  10 "Dnet���������"Janie    and   Jeanie,"   Mr.  Robinson and Mr. Graham.  "II    Instrumental��������� Rev.  Mr. Purdvand Mr. Ganty.  12   Recitation���������"Cuddle   boon,"   .Miss  Jennie McMillan.  iS   Solo���������.... Rev. Mr. Purdy.  14 Chorus���������"Duncan Grav"..............  '15    Recitation���������"The   Last    Charge,";  Mr. 1). Moore.  ]<>   Duet���������"A. B. C. Duet." Mrs.. Robinson and Rev. Mr. Purdy.  17   Cho-'us���������"Canada" ���������������������������  15 Reading��������� ' Rev. Mr. Purdy.  Ml   Instrumental Messrs. C.  Gantv and P. Moore.  20 Dialogue���������"Taking the Census"   21 Instrumental��������� Messrs.!.).  Moore and P. Moore.  Wash.]*,?  TQacKines  Quick IQeaJs  ������-w     --*-������������������"*-,nT i~  fi^������?mMffl-m*rafl^^  Wooden am! Fibre Tolls and  Pails of livery Description.  Clothes Wringers  Clonics Pins, Sad Irons,  Brushes, lite.  WE HAVE EVERY THING TO  CO.MPLKTELY OUTFIT TIIK  FAMILY LAUNDRY. CALL  AND SEE OUR LINKS.  Of delightfully appetizing* dan till ess are not difficult of procurement or preparation, only two  things are necessary to ensure  success.  One���������A knowledge of the large  and wonderfully varied.assortment  of Canned, Preserved, Smoked,  Dried aud Pickled danties to be  found in our stock of groceries,  and the other���������a small amount of  money with to purchase an ample supply.  But whether you manage a home,   hotel,  or mine we can  your, order with high quality groceries at the right prices.  //  T������%  l62&  I, :       ������kZ&'  ^=-_������������a  rrhr-_���������f*i-~-  fill  THE ODD FELLOWS  OF SILVER CITY  LODGE, No. 39  A Grand Anniversary  Ball will be given ou  Friday Evening, April  25th, under the auspices  of 1,he Independent Order  of Odd Fellows.  Every effort will be made  to make this a success in  everey way.    A cordial  invitation is extended  to the public.  H. BYERS & CO.  16-2-1 Reeo Avenue, Sandon.  GUST." ALMGRLN. ���������: ������������������"  Late of the Ket-o mine.  Has taken charge of the  Tlie Filbert Cafe  ���������ae0O090O0OC9009oeae98oeos,  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  AND AT'ALL-PRICES.  The Filbert is the leading cafe  in Saiulon.. Tlie meals are equal  to any in the Kootenay!..  NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  "���������fold, Silver-lend und fpypc- Minos wanted ul 1 lie IJX'WIANCiK.  FUKIi MtlxMNCi CiOI.I) |iroporties warned atoiu-e for Kiisiurii investors.  Parties liuvii'f-; ininiiiK property for sale are requested to send sample.', of I heir ore  ."( ! I r A VI: I,"   t*/.r   n\-}liliiti.iTI  KXUHANtiK for exliibiti"ii.  All sn in pics should be sent by express, ri'r'PAll).  Correspondeiiue solicited.   Address nil eoiiiiiuiiiiciitioiis to  to the  THE-'-MI-NBS iXCedNGE, Limited..  Telephone No. HJI.      P.O. Box 700.  Nelson, B. C.  Established  1877.  AUTHORIZED   CAPITAL,  $100,000  DEALERS    AN  Incorporated  1898.  For Downright Satisfaction,  Shipment after Shipment,  Ship Your Goods to ��������� Us.  Full    Prices    and    Imme-  Dealers ir TQeafs  AT SANDON  KOSSLAND, KELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOCANmT  diate Payment Every Time.  Been Established 24 Years.  Write for Prices. Make Trial  Shipment,    Convince Yourself.  iff"*  200-2-82 FSRST AVE. N.  MINNEAPOLIS,      -  WRITE     FOR     PRICE    CIRCULARS.  BinuLiMmiyaiininii


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