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Array wm^"  fy~*%  ,CL^*  -NO. 26.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1901.  $2.00 PER YEAR.  Town Jottings.  ���������   There will probably bo skating on the  rink tonight.  VV. P. Robinson, ex-sheriff of Kootenay, is dead.  Mr. Harris has been in Rossland the  past week attending eourt.  Mrs. Winter, who was hurt in the K.  & S. runaway, is slowly recovering.  Thus. Greenway has again been chosen leader of the Manitoba opposition.  If tbe freezing of the last few days  continues, there'will, soon be hockey  rows on the ice. ���������   -1  Hockey Meeting.  Miss Lonella Wilson gave a pleasant  birthday party to a number of friends  last Saturday evening.  As this is the last day for rebate on  taxes the mavor has arranged to keep  the city oifices open till 4 p; m.  Mr. Geo. Creech has let the contract  to Folliott & McMillan for a new residence near that of A. Crawford.  Geo. Petty, of Three Forks, leaves in  a few days for North Yakima, Wash.,  where he purchased a fruit ranch.  Mr. Christie is around again after his  illness,    tie is not as well as ever, but  ���������   is able to push the baby sleigh up hill.  Old Sol mikes a desperate attempt to  .show himself over the  Ruth  hill  these  timus, but nature is rather against him.  Word has been received from Mr. D.  Heap, but it does not show that he is  gaining much in health at Los Angeles.  All told about 50 volunteers ' left this  province this week for service in the  Transvaal. They will all be mobilized  at Montreal.  Folliott A; McMillan have re-painted  and papered the vacant store in their  building on Main street and intend to  use it for an office.  G. W. Praeger, who used to be in the  bank of B. 0. here is now in .the bank at  Nelson, after having spent a term at  Dawson City.  Call at Cliffe's bookstore and we their  nice display of Dennison's decorated  crepe paper, suitable for lamp shades  and ail classes of ornamentation.  The Spokesman-Review has the Slocan Star suing the Byron N. White Co.  Whenit comes to a man suing himself,  and employing two lawyers, one on each  side, it is real funny.  R. H. Trueman will be in his studio  here on Tuesday and remain for ten  days. All desiring photos should take  advantage of his stay, as it will be same  time before a like opportunity occurs  again.  From reports Dunsmuir is coming out  ahead in his coal mine strike. He too.k  the ground he was always willing to  consider any grievances of his own men,  but was unwilling to treat with the men  of mines he did not own.  Remember the Methodist church  opening tomorrow, the Rev. Mr. Sanford and other ministers will be present.  A tea and entertainment will be the  programme for Monday evening. Ad-,  mission charge will be 50 cents for the  social.  A grand Christmas concert under the  auspices of the pupils of Sandon public  school will be held in the Miners' union  hall, on Monday evening, Dec. 23rd. An  excellent programme lias been prepared  consisting"of the latest choruses, drills,  recitations, readings, dialogues, tableaux, pantomines, etc. A first class  entertainment is assured, and the public are cordiallv asked to patronize this  concert and ' thereby encourage the  children. The proceeds will be devoted  to establishing a library for the, school  and teachers and pupils are sparing no  trouble to make the affair a success.  -A small but enthusiastic hockey meeting was held in F. L. Christie's office on  Saturday evening and club organized for  the season. Motions galore were brought  forward and all'carried  unanimous!}.  , The   election  of  officers  resulted as  follows:  Manager���������Chas. F. Walmsley.  President���������James Vallance.  Vice-President���������E. M. Sandilands.  Secretary-treasurer���������Fred Ritchie.  It was decided to impose a membership fee of $2.00 for all hockey  players  and others who wish  to join.   This fee  entitles the member to play at all practices with the team, which   take place  every  evening  after  10  o'clock.   The  idea is chiefly to prevent too many from  crowding  on   the ice while practice is  going on and give the players a chance  to exert their combination tactics; it is  thought also that it will do away with  the broom and board  brigade so much  in evidence last season, which   handicapped  the   players  considerably.     A  person not having  a membership ticket or receipt will not be allowed on the  ice while practice is going on.   The secretary-treasurer or substitute will beat  the rink to accommodate those who wish  to play. The fee is also intended to furn ���������  ish  a little money to purchase sticks,  pncks and necessities for the boys to  start with, as at   present   there  are no  funds in the treasury.   It is expected a  large number of the citizens in general,  even those who do not play, will  be included in the membership and encourage   the   b'>ys.    We    have    plenty. of  good material to form a first class team  this winter, and should it receive the  hearty support of the people the Sandon  Hockey Club will rentier a good account  of itself before the season is oxer.  Billy Howarth was appointed captain  (pro tern) until the team are brought  togetheron the ice, when the choice will  be determined by the players and their  manager.  The colors decided upon were red and  white, the same as last year; when  lined up to meet their opponents .the  boys will appear in red sweaters and  white pants.  A communication was received and  presented at the meeting, from the secretary of the Winnipeg Medical College  Hockey team asking what inducement  Sandon could offer to ai range a match  with them. The "Medicos" are anxious  to cover themselves with glory, and with  that end in view have planned a tour of  British Columbia, and are making arrangements to play with as many teams  ip nossibie on their line of travel. They  claim to have a first class team and in  all probability will have one or more of  the Stanley cup players with them.  Thn assertion, however, does not dis  expect to leave AVinnipeg the latter part  of December or the first week in January. It was finally decided to leave the  matter in the hands of the management,  and in the meantime Mr. Ritchie, the  secretary, was instructed to telegraph  the secretary of the Winnipeg team to  find out what inducement they want.  No trouble is anticipated as to the  amount of money required by them, as  Sandon -will gaurantee any sum from 50  to $75 and expenses.  The rink management'have decided  to make kockey the leading feature in  Sandon this season, and intend devoting every Wednesday evening exclusively to the team for practice.  The invincible Juniors will organize  shortly, and as all their players can be  gathered together with the exception of  Hogan the goal keeper, we will hear  from the favorites later on.  The Kaslo Smelter.  A Review reporter met Mr. Stewart,  the expert sent out by the Scotch company whom Mr. Maurice Gintzberger  has succeeded in interesting in the  proposed smelter at Kaslo, on Thursday  while waiting with Mr. Gintzberger for  the out-going K, & S. train. He says  the company are a wholly independent  body of men, that is they are not as a  company particularly interested in any  property in the country. .'-They have  plenty of capital behind them to put up  a smelter of any capacity that may be  required, andaCre'finery also if considered advisable, and for his part he considered both should be operated together.: ...' ������������������'���������  His expectations of this country are  more than surpassed; the mines are  richer than heexpected to find them���������  he believes our silver-lead minesaie the  richest in the world ; they'are well situated and in an advanced state of development.. He will spend about.a month  here satisfying himself as to the district  of country'tribntary to Kaslo; the present and probable outputs of the near  future; cost of fuel and all other conditions that bear on the successful operation of a refinery and a smelter.  He is of the opinion the mine owners  should become interested in such an industry. He does not look- for any great  advance in the price of lead for years to  come, so the British Columbia owners  should encourage every step that would  In Tunnel and Stope,  At the Slocan Star 1000 tons of ore  are ready for shipment;  There are 200 men working in the  Best and McGuigan basins.  Silver is quoted in New York at 5A%  cents, and lead lower than ever.  At Bear Lake hawhiding has commenced from the Siver Glance group.  The London Hill at Bear Lake has  shipped 100 sacks of dry ore to the  smelter.  Some 80 men are now at work on the  Enterprise mine. The property is lit  by electricity generated at the mine.  Nothing came out of the Noble Five  meeting at Victoria last week, and foreclosure proceedings are going ahead.  It is claimed that G. H. Aylard is  making a valuable mine of the Red Fox.  At present only one car a month is  being shipped.  The famous Marion vs. Soroat suit has  been up again in court. This time an  order has been granted to examine certain documents.  The recovery of tlie ore chute in the  lower tunnel of the Payne is looked for  at any time now. The concentrator  erection will commence at once.  The Rambler-Cariboo has been sending out 24 cars of ore per month, but its  shipments will be greatly augmented as  soon as the concentrator is completed.  Alex. Muir has sold his interest in a  lease he,has on the Queen Bess mine  upper workings , to Chas. Newhouse.  It is said that there are two cars of ore  ready for shipment.  Mr. Sandiford has struck luck in the  Neepawa mine. After driving a cross-  .'cutthree feet he struck���������:one of the  widest ledges in the country, that  promises to make the property one of  thelargest mines in the camp.  The Reco has 25 mes on the payroll.  Fifteen of the crew are engaged in pushing developniant work, while the  balance are stoping. The ore at  present being shipped carries nn average of 250punces of silver and 50 per  cent lead.  They are looking every  hour' for the  lead to the export of lead products and  ledge in the long .tunnel which is in over  manufactures as well as .'lead, .itself, to  take advantage of markets as they might  offer from time to time.   As he sees  things by observations so far,every thing  is favorable to the proposed industry at  Kaslo.  At the  Supreme  Court in Rossland  this week leave was granted to the Star  courage the Silver City boys and  they  Mining Co. to inspect the underground  are most anxious to chase the puck with  the team from tha  prairie,   Tlie   latter  workings of the Slocan   Star   to an ex-  ' tent agreed on between the parties.  BONDED WAREHOUSE AT KASLO.  SANDON WAREHOUSE ON K. & S. RV.  THE SANDON WHOLESALE WINE & LIQUOR HOUSE.  Wish to inform the citizens of Sandon and all the near by towns, cities  and villages, as well as the mines and private families, that they have a  $13,000 stock of well assorted and very fine choice Wines and Liquors,  including the best brands of Scotch, Irish and Canadian  Whiskies���������both in bottle and on draught, all the leading brands  of Gins, Rums and Brandies imported. Also Native and Imported  Wines, including Port, Sherry, Musketele, Claret, Sautern, Angelica and  Champagne, which for ago and flavor are not surpassed in the province.  Also a full line of French Cordials and Liquers, Bass & Co.'s Ales.  Guinnpps's Porter, Lager Beer, &c, &e. A'so/a large and choice assortment of Cigars. '..''���������  Absolutely Pure Brandies, Whiskies, Wines for fledica! Purposes.  STORE AND BOTTLE DEPARTMENT���������MAIN STREET, SANDON.  Order by mail or phone g, J\, TQafn,   JHanatfer.  will receive prompt attention. , :: ______  2,000 feet at (he Last Chance mine. At  present bul about GO men are working  mostly on development. Should prices  in silver and lean improve, the mine  will work 100 men.  ShpriffTuck sold in Nelson last week  536,607 shares of stock of the Urban  Mining Company, Limited. The stock  was the property of John M. Donnelly  and was seized to satisfy a judgment in  favor of A. Osborne and Alex. Crawford  for $1,300. M. L. Grimmett bought in  the Ftock for Alex. Crawford for $'S0.  Tha most complete assortment of toys  fancy goods, china ware and choice articles suitable for Xmas presents for  your friends is on exhibition at. Glide's  bookstore.   If you wish to send gifts to  yonr friends at this merry season, just  drop in and look over their stock, you  are sure to be. gratified,  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The followintr are the ore shipments  from Sandon, for the week were:  Mine. Tons.  Slocan Star ....260  Reco  66  Last Chance  40  Ivanhoe   40  American Boy  23  Goodenough ;  22  Total, 451  t      '  'fJ  fc aniai__jcc,rft..-'*  ___3^__������___*__������==n^  .|1nr��������� M^===������������__wwrrn.������^^    Good for* Bad; Teeth,  Hot Bad for Good'Teeth'  Sozodont Liquid 25c Large Liqurd and Powder 75c All  Stores.or by mail lor the price.   Sample lor postage 3c.  i '   :       HALL _ RUCKEL,.MONTREAL  INDIA  AT  THE   CORONATION".  Many  'pAri'IJi. THAT   STOPS  BULLETS.  A series of interesting, and in  their way almost unique, firing trials  has been undertaken by the Swedish  government. The. purpose of these  experiments was to examine tlie effect of shooting against pasteboard.  Tho trials were conducted on the  wharves of the Swedish Navy in  Carlscrona, and the target used was  a prepared, one 01 millboard, against  which lire from revolvers-, rifles, carbines and machine-guns was directed.  The pasteboard, which was three  inches thick, resisted completely the  bullets) iired from tho small arm9,  but was perforated by the projectiles  irom the machine-guns. The experiments may be said to have given  very interesting results. Bullets  Irom the carbines used are able to  penetrate wooden planks live inches  in thickness, but they could not penetrate the pasteboard, which was  only three inches thick. The Swedish government is said to be more  than satisfied with this first series  of experiments, and proposes to give  fuller opportunities to the inventor  of the prepared pasteboard to show  tho resisting power of his new material.  Native Princes, und 1,000  Native Solditfrs.  India's representatives at the coronation ceremony in London will  comprise the Maharajas en' Gwalior,  Kolhapur, Jaipur, Bahawalpuv and  Nabhn, ; also a small number of  native gentlemen, selected from the  dilYcrent provinces. There will also  bo a European deputation from, the  Indian public bodies, and the Indian  services' and a largo military contingent, which will represent all  ranks and classes of the native army  and tho Imperial Service troops.  They will be headed by the veteran,  Sir Pertab Singh, of Jodhpur. Ke-  garding the remaining Indian princes  and chiefs, it is announced that tho  King will regard their attendance  at the great durbar, which the Viceroy hold? at Delhi on Jan. 1, 1903,  as equivalent to their presence at  the London ceremony. The probnble  strength of tho Indian contingent at  the coronation will be 1,000 men.  The steady increase in the sales of  proves the fact of its increasing popularity.    You '11 like its purity  Ld  fragrance. Ir. Load Packages, 25, -O, CO, 50, SOc  We need large qur.ntif.es for  local  and   expor-  orders and can pay the top market price for any  quantity of well fatted and well dressed- .  Turkeys, Goose, Ducks and Chickens during next 2 months  L5������rsitec8,   Toronto.  The   Dawson  Com mission   Oo.,  We iilbO need A1TLF.S. OMOSS, nKAVS. IIOKKY. BUTTER. EGOS, &c.  Ml  Tooth Powder 2_G  "What," cried the orator, fiercely,  "what, I ask, causes Poverty? And  from the back of the hall ahoaise  voice answered: "Lack 01 cash!  THE MOST NUTRITIOUS.  3  GRATEFUL-COt������!FORT!N_.  Catarrh Can  Be Cured.  liapanosa Satarrh Cure lo tha only Permanent Cure ever discovered for Catarrh.  SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE.  a thousand and one  BREAKFAST-SUPPER.  ��������� Trf 'i> ��������������������������� 1 ij������������������ ��������� 1 _i _ ��������� 1 in _t_frypr___._ty_T.fy������������������-^-y-TMn |ii||���������m >������������������������!   II.MUI Hi��������� __i  Russia has 900 newspapers, Germany has seven times as many,  France five times as many, aud F.ng-  lanh four times as many.  TO <'KRE A  <:������_������ iv oxK ,?,i,y*  A'l  .u-e.  25o.  Take Laxaiivo Bromo Quinine .Tabids  druggists refund tho money if it fail-* to cure  E. VV. Grove's signature is on each box  Liverpool has a gasometer which is  the largest in 'England.    It holds  3,-  There are a thousand and one so-  called cures  for  catarrh.        Most  of  them    contain -:clangorous narcotics. ; WI._ -..._-  They relievo at the time, but it does  100,000 cubic feet.  not last.       Now that is just    where I .,���������~~ . ������������������  -       r  *���������������������������>, :  Japanese  Catarrh  Cure .differs .from'''Beware Ot" Ointments TOP   t.atairn...  all. other so-called catarrh remedies, j that contain   MereUPy        :       !  .It cures aud the salient stavs cured.  AT A S.OW AND SPEC!*- PRICE,  Address CREEL-IAN BEOS., Box  501,  3=5 ./ft. 3C_G5-_S__:_tX.)  Georgetown  Ont.,   Canada.  ������ <.|..-ii.r avav tetter Premiums tlian ever before for s_Li2  We are [  our.Pills:���������A Lady's or (..cms imukc ,i>^^..t ���������.*.... .  setter ; a Solid (Jo!<l King-, set \vnli n-al pearls aud garnet*,  plusli case; Violin aV.d liow; Autoliarp;  ten-kevtd Accord).'*  Lady's cr Gent's ten-year gold-tilled Watch .Guard;   Lany's Dress Goods aud Sbi_tw_.  Bnot'i and Shoes,. Air Killes, &c.    Simply send us your name and address and ws whl &          - - -1' -i������inmi(t ������ml nine boxes  of.  C.1 Shoes, Air Kitles, ������VC.     amipiy :cmi v._ 2 __      mi amii'.s-  _  . la m? illustrated catalogue and nine boxes of the HAM OUR OLD EN ���������LI  REME/)V, DR. PRICE'S'SAUSAPAKtLLA L5L00D PILLS, postpaid    _  ������ - .. i ..   n.,w tM^py nnd we v.'tll send you a ' '  il^s^^  l'rciiiiuiii-\ ou _eICLt. ...������        ���������>���������  Oor m are ,��������� *- ������-,v in ,���������c -*������ h.^. btocd.U-x and ������_, _������_.>.  Our 1'iils are trie r-esc reiuvi i *������ ������..*. ..- -  ihcuinatisui, stomach disorders and all female troubles  You take no risk as vou may return Pills, If unable to sell them. Remember we arc on*s  of the largest'medical funis iu Canada, and you can rely on our Premiums bcin^'exactly''a*  repress-led.   Seud your ii_me ut oucc and secure an csira I'rcmiuiu.    **     *; ,-tv "-'"-'���������-  Mention this paper.  8S  , BAY St.  0NTQ.0NT.:  U  yet failed to cure any case 01 catarrh, damage!^i_,' vrfifromt-.tiem.   Ha IV Catarrh  when    persistently     used. _     It  is   a   S^ufaclS by F.X^  'OH LE K'3  PHIC Rt 'ESS" RECIPES,  30CO  ._     sockju for tbe Home, Farm,  Laboratory,  Workshop;-liGSpace's.   Sund 25 centc.   It' the  is not worth iho money send ir. bacic and  money will be refunded. Thia.ia a fjood  lino.     Wi 1 nm RHkks.   Methodise   Book  Toronto,. Ontario.-    :; ' .   .  aeney & ro..'l_o-  soothin,,.     .-efroshlns     and"-  hodling ; tSS^S?���������]������S^'"Kt^ '"  d S,vk iohK sanding or acute.   1,,������^i.n  timolo Kr������o on receipt of 3= in stamp,.  CILEMIME^-0., Box. 66^,Toronto, Ont.  ointment, which is inserted up  nostrils, when it is quickly breathed  up to thc'Keat of all the trou  purifying', healing and vitalizing the  diseased membrane, and the trouble  won't return. Wo do not ask you to  take'    our word  for this. We-can'  prove it by recommendations-.lroni  physicians and thousands of testimonials. Vi"e want you to prove it  by sending for a sample box, which  you can have absolutely . free of  charge. Send 5 cents for postage,  etc., to The Griffiths & Mncphcrson  Co.. Limited. 121 W. Church St., Toronto. Sold by all druggists. IJrice  50  cents.  D London, Ont.  the , tornullr. acting: ������*������������*������  s^tem.   In  buying , ^rlteSB to-night-  ���������hed'l mucou^.t-urfRCM 01 ".'������ r' t tne genu ���������      '-     -  hi������     Hall'- Catarrh Cure be1 a arej      b t0\0Ao  ��������� '��������� ohV b? ^ jl'oSeneV^'   TestimoniaU  fr?e/j 1 ~ -nnnrrpists dHcr 7Sc pet bottle.  ^������a_U?PkPare the best ,  GENTS. WE HAVE NO FAKE SALARY  olrors to make, hut. we can put any hon-        est, industrious man or womnn in tho way of | ~     ~  p.avnini?  $10!)  batW'en  nosv and  Chi'i.-umas. ' ������������������������������.��������������� r_.��������� ' e ������������������������    _������*������������._.������ _s.������-i  --    ���������1 ... r.:,������,n������oi^--  li_4ou  to   Utm-  AFRAID SO SOON.  "So long as mother is willing that  I-should marry you." said the sweet  thing,     "papa    can    easily    be won  o v 0 r.'  ������������������Fr���������ah���������do tho womenfolk always  rule^in your family?" asked the  young man timidly.  The Armstrong gun-works employ  2-SoO men; the French Schnerdor-  Canct, 25,000; the German -Kiupp.  20,000.  ror Over Pltty .Years' j  Vft- W,^0mnYh������a f������ r Uieir children while lostbinc  Bilhflns of -otlieni l������L"^tht! KUnls. aliay������ pom, curei  Soothe, the chilU. lofteus Uu g������m������- ������ / d [(j ^  Wn4oollo.reBuJ^ th^oiwcn ������        ^^ ^ ^  ^������WwU'������ Booriimo BvauP."  SS men and    twenty-three    women  die from sunstroke eacn year sn England and Wales.  5f ward's Liniment Cum .Colds, -cte..  France grows 100 million oysters  a Vear, which are sold for $10 per  thousand.  >4:erANTEu-S'.> per day sunK-asx.  '���������/V tlemen it ladies���������not to oanva-s, bul  to employ s-centR; position peraancnt; W0'.l  por-y'a&r .and'expanses;: .re!i������b o firm; best  references; osnorienoe unnecow������ary. At. A.  'Q'ICEKFK,'addws48i) Truth Ofiloo. Toronto.  -     V_TEmMYTo^iS-7  FARMKUS" SONS. WANTED-To take a  short,  practical  course   on   veterinary  work; thr a months'study during &pnro timo  ���������t - -���������' -���������-     ~ "������ ������������������*~ninatiori:  sue  posit��������� ... .  splendid ooportunity 1 or yuuin-, ...v..    tt thorough Veteritutry Cour.-o and good portion ; wnto at onco for full particular*.��������� Att-  orean���������Head Oflice, Voterinary Science Asso-  oiation, London. Oar���������  I The Chincha Islands, on which not  ;a plant grows, has-yielded to the  j Peruvian Government guano worth  1 ������600,000,000.  ~"F._.tl04  Kcntwal to tlrerp^    W^4  pool.   1'artland to iiitcrppoL  poo  town  iroslou to  Urar-  Via Queei_-  57D"i v ..* .atoiin������_D������L Superior aooararowHttol  g!^'Siiw_rS_i__-i  S���������d,^: SiI Jl pUcal-^^lr to ������T ���������������������.  otthoCoinpanj.O/ .:���������'''������������������"' vr,���������  -Jo  can  iiinard's Linifneni cures��������� Gonidt' in cows..  THE FIRST STEP.  Maude���������Can you speak French?  Mabel���������A    little.       That is,  I  shrug my shoulders.  Sx<ipi il������n <:<>ngh  - and works off {ho Old.  Laxaiivo Broino-Quinine Tablets cure n cold  in ono day.   Xo t-uro, No Pay.  Price 25 cents.  3:'.ritain buys  70,000  cases of Neapolitan macaroni  in a year.  ftiiuml's Liniment (Jarcs DipMlitria,  Miimrd's liniment Cures Disieaiper;  In Norway vaccination is not compulsory; but no unvaccinatcd person  can vote an at election.  instruments, Drums, Uniforms, Etc  EVERY TOWN CAH HAVE A BAND  t nwncf- nrices ever quotod.   Fine cataloitu 0  ���������EraP,i4^. nvvilcTl free.   Write us (or any  -TOLBi'iOICB.ft 00., LimM,  Toronto, Ont, and Winnipeg, Man  to tho man or woman with a deposit,  iiccount is tho Kocurity of tho money  deposited.    If the deposit is. with  +���������  T  Canada's Premier Company '������  Fs? al! shin ailmanta,  ��������� C. Gafeert & 5o,������ r_anohostsr, Engriancl  Clesnlnir and Curllne and Kid Glo������s cleaned    Theaa  can be sent l������/ post, lo per 02. the best place is  AMERICAN  MONTREAL  DYEIEJC CO.  .L        its safety is beyond question.    A  J secondary connideration is the rate of  J" interest the depositor receives. This ia  *** also very a: trao ive.  All information  V cheerfully and promptly supplied. 5  ������ THE CANADA PERMANENT      j;  and WESTERN CANADA j[  MORTGAGE CORPORATION      ������  Toronto Street, TORONTO ���������{-  _'?hM,������I*���������^"Ha>I^���������^^I���������^I^'I"I'���������I^^^'l'���������I^^I^4<4l^^'  (  I  $  I  ; i;  I  S ''  If  .11  I-  ^1  il  n  ���������81  li:  ii  l'\\  K  !i  ..1  ilil  I  I THE MINING llkVlEW���������Saturday, Deckmber i4> 1901.  Prospects of the Slocan.  George \V. Hughes,  of Alamo, manager of the Idaho mine, ami  one of the  , owners of the well known  Sunset, mine  ���������''���������in'Jackson basin,  is  in  tlie city tuday  on a brief business  trip.    xVir.   dngli'es  attended the session of silver-lead mine  owners at Nelson on Thursday, December 5th, but in common with all mining  men present at tlie.session is reticent as  to tlie proceedings and as to the immediate developinents in connection with  the industry.    He states that-matters  sire quiet in tbe .Slocan, but tiiat considerable work   is   being . done   in   the  aggregate.      The  Idaho   inine  is   nut  shipping ore,   nor has any of its pr b-  duelion been  sent to  the smelters for  a   couple of months  or; .more.   A pro-  .gramme of development is being mapped out, however, and development is  given to a number of men in this work.  Shipments are  being   made   regularly  from the Sunset.   The latter property  is   one   of   the most    remarkable    examples   of   the   "grass root producers"  that  have made   tlie   Slocan   notable.  The figures as  to its earnings are not  public,   of course;   but   it   is   an  open  secret that the   mine   lias   paid   for itself and for  all   development work   to  date, and has turned over a  handsome  profit to   the fortunate owners.���������-Rossland Miner.  In addition to our made-to-order department, which  will always be kept np to the pink of perfection,we have  put in a fine assortment of all  Miner? Clotliing  Gent^' Furnlsliliigs  Our Boots and Shoes,  Underclothing-,  and, in fact,  all supplies;���������just what's wanted in the camp.    Call and <���������  inspect them. ��������� $  I _J.. F_. GAMBRON. !  t '. ���������  ^ f  esents  w,  LIMITED.  ��������� OPERATING ���������  IN T0Y5 WE HAVE  Dolls!  <;?  From 5c. to .f4 00.  Dolls 3 feet. high.  Musical Dolls.  Dolls!  Iron Trains, Iron Wagons, Iron  Stoves Iron Banks, Steam Toy^,  Doll -Carriages, Sleighs, Toy" Pianojs,  and other Toys too numerous to" mention.  We fifave fke Lafesf. in. Xmas Cards.  Kailo I Slocan Railny,  International Navigation & Mm Co,  Shortest and quickest route to the east and  nil points on the 0. X. <t K. and Northern  I'acilic Railways in Washington, Oregon and  Son (hern Stales.  TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUGUST ist,   1901.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY CO.  S:H0 a m. leave....'. .Knslo ... arrive .1:00p.m.  10:55 a.m. arrive......Sandon leave 1:15 p.m.  INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION &  TRADING CO., LTD.  k'ASLO-NELSON ROUTE.  5:'3) p.m. leave .Nelson arrive 1.1:00 a.m.  9:10 p.m. arrive Kaslo Ieav6    7:00 a.m.  Connecting at Five Mile Point wilh Nelson it  Fort Shenpard Railway both to and from Rossland, Spokane, Etc.  Tieketssold to nil points in United States nnd  Canada via Grout Northern, Northern Pacific,  0. K. ��������� N.Co , &e.., Ac.  Ocean and steamship tickets an-i rates via all  lines will be furnished on a, plication  For further particulars call on or address  Relit. Irving, Malinger. Kaslo, I!. C.  Gko.Huston, Agent, .Sandon.  M. L. GRIMMETT, IX. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public;, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia. j  Atlantic  Steamship   Dei'akt.mknt.  Christ 111 us   .Sailings   to  EN G L AN D .  St. John, N. B., to LrvKiu-oob.  Parisian, Nov. 23       Nnmidian, Nov SO  Ionian, Dec. 7 Tunisian,  Dec.  14  PORTLAND  TO   LlVKKI'OOL.  Dominion, Nov 23, Cambroman, Nov 30  Vancouver,  Dec. 14.  Boston to Liverpool.  Ivernia, Nov. 23 Saxonia,   Dee     7  New England, Dec. 4. Ultonia,   Dec.   21  New  Yohk to  Liverpool.  Celtic, Nov. 26 Etruria, Nov. 23 ���������  Hermaiiic, N..v 27     Campania,  Nov 30  Mijestie, Dec 4  Cymric, Dec 10  Ocean ir, Dec II  Teutonic, Dec IS  Umbria, Dee  Lucnnia, Dec J 4  Etruria., Dec 21  Campania,  Dec 28  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. M.  Regular nommunieation of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 p. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  A. H. DOUKSTKADKK, Sec'y.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To and from European points via CanndUn  and American lines.   Apply for sailing date*,  ; rates and full information to any ('  I'.R. Agent  ;        or H. W. Hnrbnur. Agent, Sandon,  W.P. K Cummlng.s, Geti.S.S. Agent,WinnipoK  HOCKEY STICKS  iAVE ARRIVED.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Morning nnd Bendigo Atineral Claims.  Situate in the Plnean Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.   Whpre located:   In the  Ivanhoe  basin,   near  the   Elgin  .Mineral  Claim.  Take notice that I, Wm. S. Tirewry, acting as  agent for Win. C. Yawkey, Free Miner's Certificate  No   37951,   .1    O. Farrell,  Free Miner's  Certificate No. 2*829, and Nellie Hiekey, Free  Miner's i ertificate No. 3SUJI.    intend,   sixty  days from the date hereo-,   to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gr������nt of e������ch of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before 'he issu-  anneof such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of .September, A. I). 1901.  W. S. Dkkwry.  Nkw York to Southampton.  Haverford, Nov 27   Philadelphia, Dec 4  St. Paul, Dec J1        St. Don is, Dec 18  CONTINKNTAL SAILINGS  of North German Lloyd, Hamburg Packet   Co.,   Holland,   American,   Kerl  Star, French and   Anchor Lines  on application.  For reservation  of  berths-, rales and  complete, information, call  on  or write  nearest C. P. H. agent.  H.' \\. Kakiiouk, Agent,  S.indon, B. C , or  J. S. Cartek, E. J. Coylk,  D. P. A..Nelson.    A.G.P..A.. Vancouver  Established 1858.  . R. Smith & Co,  Haniifacturers of all kinds  Plain and Fancy  of  pis in irai  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  tin  The Host Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  51TUATED HIDST SCENERY  UNRIVALLED F-OR GRANDEUR.  Slip U Springs Saiirii,  HALCYON SPRINGS, ARROW LAKE, li.c.  Resident physician  and   nurse.      Hoatinir  fi'hing and excursions.   In telegraphic mm-  mumcat.on with all parts of the"world.   Two  mails arrive and depart everv dnv.   TERMS  fl.-.t.o$I.Sper week, according to r'esidence in  hotel or vi   11s.    Its baths cure all nervous iu  muscular diseases,   rts waters heal all kidney  liver and stomach ailments, m>uil.\,  ������pm ^MiTOnsrrtrflfffflrTiHOT^wn t������v^iyi_i_CT_rJ-irtii'giiniiMrH_grwmra_  Good for Badr TeetH  Not Bad for Good TeciJh.   '  o  Sozodont Liquid 25c Large Liqurd and Powder 75c All  norcs or by mail lor the price.   Sample lor postage 3c.   ]  ! HALL & RUCKEL, MONTREAL ,  j  ������������������.-  ,   , ___.  -     1  '"PAPFJt THAT   STOPS  BULLETS, j  A     series     of  im.eresting;,  and  in ;  their way almost; unique, firing"trials  has been undertaken by the Swedish ���������  government.      The purpose of these \  experiments was to examine the   ef-1  feet of shooting against pasteboard. :  Tho     trials were  conducted    on  the  wharves      of     the  Swedish Navy  in  Carlserona, 'and the target used was  a prepared one of millboard, against  which lire from revolvers; rilles, carbines nnd machine-guns was directed..  The     pasteboard,   which    was  three  inches thick, resisted completely , the  bullets tired  from     the small  arms,  but was perforated by the projectiles  from  tlie machine-guns.   The experiments     may be  said  to  have given  very      interesting      results.   Bullets  from the carbines used are able    to  penetrate wooden planks five    inches  in thickness, but they could not penetrate  the  pasteboard,   which-     was  only  three inches  thick.   The Swedish government is said to be'    more  than  satisfied   with   this  first  series^  of experiments,  and  proposes to give  ���������fuller  opportunities   to  the. .inventor  of the prepared pasteboard to show  the resisting power  of Iris  new materials ':<  INDIA  AT  THE   COHONATIONT.  Many   Native   Princes, 'and   1,000  Native Soldiers.  India's "representatives at the coronation ceremony in London cvill  comprise the Jdaharajas of .Gwalior,  Kolhupur, Jaipur, Bahawalpur nnd  Nabha ; also a small number of  native gentlemen, selected iron), ihe  different provinces. There will also  be a European deputation from the  Indian public bodies, and the Indian  services and a large military contingent, which will represent all  ranks and classes of the native army  und the Imperial Service troops.  They will be headed by the veteran,  Sir Pertab Singh, of Jodhpur. Regarding the remaining Indian princes  and chiefs, it is announced that the  King will regard their attendance  at the great durbar, which pie Viceroy holds at Delhi on Jan.'l. 1903,  as equivalent to their presence' at  the London ceremony. The probable  strength of the Indian contingent at  the coronation will be 1,000 men.   +   Tooth Powdsr  The steady increase in the sales of  proves the fact of its increasing popularity.    You '11 like its purity  and fragrance. In Load Packagrcs, 25, 30, CO, SO, 6Qc  . We need large quantities for  local   and   expor1-  orders and can pay the top market price for any  quantity of well fatted and well dressed  ..,  Turkeys, Geose, Ducks and Ch!oken3 during: next 2 months  The   Dawson-''Comirwission   Co.,   Limited,   Toronto,   '      We ftlso need APPLES. ON'lOyS. BISAVS. IIOIfKY. BUTTETt. EGGS, lie.  , "What," cried the orator, fiercely,  I "what, I ask, causes poverty?" And  I from the back of the hall a hoarse  'voice answered: "Lack of cash!"  TH_ MOST NUTRITIOUS.  3  GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.  BREAKFAST-SUPPER.  Russia has 900 newspapers, Germany has seven times as many,  France five times as many, aud Eng-  lanh four times as many.  TO ���������TURK A COLIMX OM���������'-I>AY.  Take .Laxative Bromo Quiniuo Tablets A'l  druggists refund tho money if.lt fail* to euro.  E. VV. Grove's signature is on each box...  25c.  ~             -- ,    Liverpool has a gasometer which is  dangerous narcotics, 'the largest in England.    It holds 3,-  ve at the time, but it does  100,000 cubic feet.  ATow that is just    where i    Catarrh Cure differs from! Beware or ointments for Catarrh  that contain Mereury  &8 mercury will mrely destroy the s?nso ot  smell and completely, d'jranfro.tlio wholesy.������tem'  when entering it through the murous surface*.  Such articles should never be used except on  Catarrh Cari  Be Cured.  Japanos3 Catarrh Cure la tho only Permanent Cure ever discovered f or Catarrh.  SAflPLF- TREATMENT FREE.  There are a thousand and one so-  called  cures  for  catarrh.        Most  of  them    contain  They reli  not last.  Japanese  all other so-called catarrh remedies.  Jt cures and the patient stays cured.  It performs when others promise.  Japanese Catarrh Cure is absolutely  certain in its ellects and has never  yet failed to cure any case of cat  when persistently used. . It  soothing,,     refreshing     and/' heal  ointment,     which  is  inserted  up  tne 1. tornnlly, acting ditowj  ^ctnm"in"buviniz  nostrils,  when it is quickly; breathed jmu^ ���������^^|^t u>e genu  up to the seat of all    the   -trouble, 1]^%^^^  purifying,  healing and vitalizing  the ; Ohio, by F. J. Cheney &-Oo.   iesl.imon.aH  AT A LOW AMD SPECIAL PRICE.  <JSk.  T.W3tit2fli.+  Address CP.EELMAN BROS., Eo_   501,    Georgetown,    Out.,   Canada.  We arc giving away better Premiums tliari ever before for selling,  our,Pills:���������A Lady's'or Gent's Is'icke .Watch, stem winder and  setter; a Solid Cold King,'set Willi real perls and garnets-, in  ~~ . pluslt case ; Violin ar.d liov/; Autoharp ;. tcn-keyeci,Accord<:i.i.;';  Lady'scr Cent's ten-year gold-tilled Watch Guard;  Lany's Dress Good" and Shirtwai.i:,  -. 33oots and Shoes, Air Rifles, &c.    Simply send us your name and address and v/e'witl s*r.' <  you-our la ye. illustrated catalogue and nine boxes of the 1-AMOUS OLD ENGLISH :  :.REME/>V. DR. PKICE'S SAKSAPAKJLLA BLOOD PILLS, postpaid    ������.���������!  them at 30 cents per box and send us o~ money and we v.-ili send you any one oftlie argil's  .Premiums you select.   " ,-;'-.   ,..,���������'���������������������������  ���������' .. Our Pills are the best remedy in the world for impure blood, liver and kidney disease',  rheumatism, stomach disorders an'dall female troubles.   ���������;���������  ��������� Vou take no risk as vou may return Pills, If unable to sell therm    Remember we arc <-n<s  /of tlie'largest medical firms in Canada, and you can lely on our Premiums being exactly aa  repr_0iite_ ��������� Scud your name at once aud secure an extra Premium.   Mention this paper.  F  AGENTS WANTED.  5OR LEM'3 PMC BT ESS RECIPES, 30C0  secieis for tbe Home, Farm, Laboratory,  Workshop; :;6Siiap-es. Sjnil 25 cents--. It' the  hook is not worth iho money send, in bade nnd  your money will be refunded. Thia is* ii good  H'dv-lino.".   Wi I nm  Bri^s,   Methodist  _ook  INO FAKE SALARY  r. we can put-any hon-  voiuan in the way of  ��������� u������..now- and   OhriHtmas.  1 jSloDermid & 1.0ji.in,Dop't  diseased membrane,. and " the trouble  won't return. We do not ask you to  take . our word for this. ... We can:  prove it by recoimncndatibhs-from  physicians and thousands of testimonials. We want you to' prove it  by lending for a sample box, which  you can have absolutely . free of  charge.    Send 5 cents   for   postage,  etc., to The  Col, Limited,  ronto. Sold  50 cents.  C!rifliths.:���������& Mucpherson  121 W. Church St., Toby all druggists. Price  AFRAID SO SOON.  "So long as mother is willing that  I should marry you," said the sweet  thing, "papa can easily be won  over."  "lor���������ah���������do the womenfolk always  rule in your family?" asked the  young man timidly.  iioid'sLinimeni cores m.arm'-cows.  THE l^IRST STEP.  Maude���������Can you  speak French?  Mabel���������A    little.       That is,  I can  shrug my-shoulders.  " . i:.  frloid by DrViRgista. price 75c per bottle. v  The Armstrong" gun-works employ  _4,000 men; the'French Schneider-  Canc't,  25,000.;'-. the German    Krupp,  20,000.        '' ;V  \%rA.^'TFA)-%l Villi DA.Y SUIlrC-dEX-  V t tlenien <r ladies���������not to.-.e-.invas,'-biri'  to (employ accents -pod tion pern, an en t; SGOil  por..'yaar.'jind expenses; reliab a firm; best  references ; oxnorionoa unnece^arj'. M.'A..  "O'KEEIFK.'addrew 480 Truth Office, Toronto.  ��������� VETERSm^GUBi!  Bl.������,tha ehJW._.oft���������.^J������������J^���������������. ������.������. ; PS^TA^U^^orZ^^eu to 'Secure  nnd good po--i-  o..r>tlie������ the child, Kittens tncgunis. ausynpuin. curei posiLiou nu *u������u ������ j~������-/���������"-,_���������  L-|nd?colio rlgXwB the .lomacfi nnd bowels, audJo tha . splendid ODportlinity, for , ou_db  ���������3?rfn edy for DlawJi*- aVenty-flre eenta ft bottle j ^thorough Veterinary CouftO  *"f!,i.L j..,..���������,-Uf������ iin-nnirhaHt'the word.   Be cms md     *,������������������ .   ���������...ito nf-. nnc.a for full pai  to d bs druuslBtB ihroughoyf the world.   Be cuxs and.  j_t"for���������" M ���������������" Winblow'b SooiaiJia Bv_up."  S8 men and twenty-three women  die from sunstroke each year in England and Wales.  Hiiniinl's Liniment Cures- Colds, etc.  tion; wntoat onco for full part'culiirc. Address���������Head Office, Voterinury Science .Association, London, Oat,   .  The Chincha Islands,  on which not  ]a    plant    grows, has yielded to the  Peruvian     Government guano  worth  ������600,000,000.. ..  P. C.' -1104  France 1  a year, w  thousand.  Inch  s  100  million  oysters  are sold    for $10 per  Millard's Liniment Cures pisieaper.  In Norway vaccination is not compulsory; but no iinvaccinated person  can vote an at election.    -  Sr������pi ihe (iiitisli  - and worfes off tljc O.-lil.  Laxaiivo Bromo-Quinine Tablets cure a cold  in ono day.   No L-uro, No Pay.  Price 25 cents.  Britain-buys 70,000 cases  of Neapolitan macaroni  in a year.  'Mioard's Liniment Cures Diplithcria.  *w al! sliin aliments,  ��������� 0. Sfitvcrt - 5o.^ -anohsjstsr, England  Instrunients, Drums,  Uniforn-io, Etc.  EVERY'TOWN/CAN-. HAVE A BAND  Lowest prices ever quotod. Fine eatalopfue  COOillustraiions, mailed free. Write us for any  thing In Music or Musical Instrnntcnt^.  WHALEY ROYCE & CO., LimM,  Toronto, Ont., and Winnipeg;, Man  Cleaning and Curling and Kid Gloves cleaned    Theso  cau be scat t/ post, lo per oz. the best place is  BH9I1SH   AMERSCAN   DYE8KG GO.  _0NTRE_I<.  Tlio Sovera'sn Ilonlor, is n, Hahn oEGilcad ("int-  nient;. It h:a.U Ulcers, Cu-a, Bruises, Hxiini  i������nd Sires, lonjr Ktanding; or aouto. I? is i.n-  'cqiiiilled for infinmed. or wc al? eyes'. Onco tried  always use;]. Tho bene toAtimonial is a, uial  eatnplo Kreo on recelpc o������ 33 inBCamps.  Afldresa, .'��������� -. --���������'-..' ..-    -:-"'  fClLEADiHe CO., Box 564, Toronto, Ont.  bbsi-Inlbh;-. ..LfriO:; Stsamsliips  HGntreal to I/irerpool. , llostou  to  Litm.  pool.  Portland to LircrpooL   V_ Queens.  '.':. tOirn.1    ������������������'.' ���������'���������',.'���������'    ..''. .-   ,':'.  : Lsrga aud. Fati Stdimshrps. Suvotior acoetnraofatto)  for all c1rs:c3 ol ;i&.*t������nguri. ttuyona aud Btatwovi^  we'unidfthip*.' Bpecial ittiurtlon h_ been given to til  Second BaIcoh and Third-Cliua accommodation.   Koj  oituo Coinpanr.o/ --. '  Ei_Rrd������, Mill* _ Co,   ' D. Torwuce _ Co...;.  '   77 statu St^. Bus ton. Mootrt=_ and Portlsna  4"H-,*i,*H^*!"^,I'  i  to tho'man or woman with a deposit  account is tho socurity of the money  deposited.    If the deposit is with  Canada's Ppemiep.'Conlpany''?  :������������������<'. ���������:���������       .- %  its Bafety is heyond question.    A A  secondary coiiBlderation 1*> the rate of .',  interest the depositor receives.. This Ib JL  also very attrao ive.   All information J  cheerfully and promptly supplied. 5*  i  ��������� ������������������������  THE CANADA PERMANENT  and WESTERN CAHADA ['���������  MORTGAGE CORPORATION      |  ������������������1  Toronto Street, TORONTO 4  ���������j. ' 4  ?I*?X*?I**X**Ia'I**I**I,*l**I**I**I**I**l���������S**I**X**I���������t**I**I^*g  I  'IS  A  i'!l  \* n  i  ', il  __a___������ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, December 14, 1901.  Prospects of the Slocan.  George W. Hughes,  of Alamo, manager of the Idaho mine, and one ol' tlie  owners of the well known  .Sunset mine  '���������in Jackson basin,   is in  tlie city today  on a brief business  trip.    Air.   Hughes  attended the session of silver-lead mine  owners at Nelson on Thursday, December 5th, but in common with all mining  men present at the session is reticent as  to the proceedings and as to the immediate developments in connection  witli  the industry.   He states that  matters  are quiet in the Slocan,  but that, considerable work   is.-   being  done   in  the  aggregate.      The   Idaho   mine   is   not  shipping ore,  nor has any of its pio-  duction been  sent to the smelters for  a   couple of months  or   more.    A programme of development is  being mapped out, however,  and development is  given to a number of men in this work.  Shipments are  being   made   regularly  from the .Sunset.    The  latter  property  is   one  of   the most    remarkable    examples   of   the   "grass root producers"  that   have made   the   Slocan    notable.  The figures as  to  its  earnings  are m-t  public,   of course,   but  it   is  an  open  secret that the   mine   has   paid   for itself and for   all   development work   to  date, and has turned over a handsome  profit to  the fortunate owners.���������Rossland Mirier.  0  111 addition to our made-to-order department, which  will always be kept up to the pink of perfection, we have     $  put iu a fine assortment of all i- %  Miners' Clothing  Gents' FomlsW-gs  Our Boots and Shoes, Underclothing-, and, in fact,  all supplies���������just what's wanted in the camp. Call and  inspect them.  1  LIMITED.  OPERATING���������  IN TOYS WE HAVE-  Dolls!  From 5c. to !f.4 00.  ' Dolls 3 feet high.  Musical Dolls.  Dolls!  Iron Trains, Iron Wagons, Iron  Stoves, Iron Banks, Steam Toys,  Boll CarTiages, Sleighs, Toy Pianos,  and other Toys too numerous to mention.  We ffave the Latest in. Xmas Cards.  0  OUR HOCKEY STICKS  HAVE ARRIVED.  Kaslo & Slocan  International Navigation ^ Trading Co,  Shortest and quickest route to the cast and  ul) points on the 0. -\T. it K. and Northern  Pacific Railways in Washington, Oregon nnd  Southern Stales.  TIME CARD EFFECTIVE AUGUST ist,   iooi.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY CO.  S:30 a.m. leave.. Knslo ... arrive -liOOp.ra.  10:55 a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:15 p.m.  INTERNATIONAL NAVIGATION &  TRADING CO., LTD.  KASLO-NELSON KO0TE. ' ]  5:20.1'). m. leave Nelson nrrive IJ :00 a.m.  9:10 p.m. arrive Kaslo .leave     7:00 a.m.  Connecting at Five Mile Point with Kelson <fc  Fort Shenpard Railway both to and from Rossland, Spokane, .Etc.  . Ticketssold to fill points in T'njted States nnd  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific,  O. li. & N. Co , itc, Ac.  Ocean and steamship tickets an'i rates via all  lines will be furnished on a, plication  . For further particulars call on or address  Roht. Irving, Mnnnger. Kaslo, B. C.  Gko. Huston, Agent, Sandon.  Atlantic Steamship   Department.  Christmas   Sailings   to  ENG LAN D.  St. John, N. li., to Ltvkrpooi,.  Parisian, Nov. 23       Nnmidian, Nov. oO  Ionian, Deo. 7 Tunisian,  Dec.  H  PORTLAND  TO   LIVERPOOL.  Dominion,jNov 23, Cambroman, Nov 30  Vancouver, Pec. 14.  Boston to Liverpool.  Ivernia, Nov. 23 .Saxonia,    Dec.    7  New England. Dec. 4   TJItonia,   Dec.   21  New Yohkto Liverpool.  Celtic, Nov. 26' Etruria, Nov. 23  (iei-manic, Nov 27     Campania,  Nov 30  Majestic, Dec 4  Cymric, Dec 10  Oceanic, Dei* 11  Teutonic, Dec JS  Umhria, Dec  Lucania, Dec J 4  Etruria, Dec 21  Campania,  Dec 28  M. L. GRIMMETT, hh. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. 51. '  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in each month at 8 p. ra.  Viskinff brethren cordially invited.  A. 13. DOCKSTEADKR, Sec'y.  ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To and from European points via Caned Un  and American lines. Apply for sailing date*,  rates and full information to any C  P.R. ������g������nt  or H. W. Harbour. Agent, Sandon,  W.P. K Cumminjrs. Gen.S.S. Ai;ent,\Vinnipeg  New York: to Southampton.  Haverford, Nov 27    Philadelphia, Dec -i  St. Paul, Dec 11        St. Louis, Dec 18  CONTINENTAL SAILINGS  of North German Lloyd, Hainhnii: Packet   Co.,   Holland,   American,   Red  .Star, French and  Anchor-Lines  on application.  Fur reservation   of berths, rates and  complete information,'call  on  or write  nearest C. P. R. agent.  II. \\. .Harbour, Afrent,  Sandon, B. C , or  J. S. Carter,- E. .1. C<������yi.k,  D.P.A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A..Vancouver  Established 1858.  . R. Smith & Co.  riannfacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  i!W?K  Certificates of Improvements.  notice.  Morninjr and Bendigo AJineral CInims.  Situate in the Slocan .Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.   Where located:   In the  Ivanhoe  basin,   near the  Klgin   Mineral  Claim.  Take notice that I, Wm. S. Orewry, acting us  agent for Wm. C. Yawkey, Free Miner's Certificate   No   37951,   J    D. Farrell,   Free  Miner's  Certificate No. 2R829, and Nellie Mickey, Free  Miner's certificate No. 3S0il.    intend,   sixty  davs from the date hereo-,   to apply to the  Mining Reeotder for Certificates of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gr>M)t of e������ch of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced bef"re Uie issu-  an^eof sue-Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of September, A. D. 1901.  W. S. Dkkwry.  If  VICTORIA, B, C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  [_L  The /lost Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED rilDST SCENERY  UNRIVALLED; FOR CJRANDEUR.  alep 1 Sprigs Muii  HALCYON SPRINGS, ARROW LAKE, .B.C.  Resident physician and nurse. Roating,  fishing and excursions. In telegraphic communication wilh all parts of lhe world. Two  mails arrive and depart even- dav. TERMS:  ?15 to ?18 per week, according'to residence in  hotel or villas. Us baths cure nil nervous and  muscular diseases. Its waters heal all kidnev,  liver and stomach ailments.  I  ������������.  ft I-.I  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Dhcioibkr 14, 1901.  Tlie Mining Review.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1901.  SOCIALISM.  There is no doubt but that Socialism  is growing in favor every day,  and the  principle is eventually bound to triumph.  This does not, of course, involve any of  the spirit of Anarchy,  or  the  principle  that the wealth  of  the  world   will  be  distributed amongst   the   entire   community lo be owned by individuals as it  is now held.    Such a division could serve  no good purpose as wealth would only  in a short tune again gravitate into the  hands of a few.   All   people are   not  equally provident, speculative or scrupulous and as the result of wealth placed  in the hands of all under an equitable  distribution,  it would   only the   more  speedily hasten the destruction  physically and  otherwise of many who are  at  present deprived ol   the means,of  self destruction on these lines.  .   The division must take place  on   the  lines of personal merit and earnings the  state becoming the   custodian   of the  property'for public protection.  We read of the declaration that all  men are born equal and yet we 'iind.  kings, princes and multi-millionairs  before they are old enough to know the  meaningol'any of these terms, simply by  falling into these possessions by inheritance. This is surely a sad perversion  of the statement that all men are born  equal. There is again another portion  of the community that becomes the  kingly and rnillionair classes by being  more cunning and unscrupulous than  their neighbors. This is not treating  men by deserts as many who do the  most for the enlightenment of tlie world  and the advancement of humanity  come ont with the most slender portion  of the world's wealth. This is not  proving either that all men are born  equal, and that men are treated to  their deserts.  The laws of  every  civilized  country  start out   by  declaring   that   they are  the protectors of the lives and   limbs  and interests of the people regardless of  class.   It is  true  that if a thief meets  you with  a club  and  demands either  your life or your money,  the law ofl'ers  you protection.   At the   same   time if  there is only one source of water supply  in   the whole   country,   one   man   can  purchase it and compel  every man  in  that country to die of thirst,  if he  so  wills it by refusing to sell, them water.  Is that protecting the life and   limb of  the' subject?   If a   multi-millionair so  wills it in a country  like England, for  instance, (and the rest of the world will  be   similarly  circumstanced    when   it  becomes more advanced and the population  increased) he can   buy  up   every  inch of farm land and all the industrial  institutions and sources of livelihood to  the masses, shut thorn all up and starve  the entire community.    He can  do all  this   and   he  is  protected  in it by the  strict letter of the law.   Is this again  protecting the life and  liberty of the  subject?   The   man   with   the   means  secured, not by merit, but   by  cunning  and   fraud   within   the   limits   of   the  law, can purchase all the public utlities  of any country and reduce the  subjects  to a   condition   wore  than   the   most  abject    shivery,   for   the   slave-holder  paying out his cash  for his slaves has  some regard for the  welfare and safety  of his chattels.  It is  quite   true   the   capitalist will  advance many plausible reasons why  NURSING  MOTHERS  A mother's poor health is bad  enough for the mother but  worse still for the nursing:  baby.  Mothers find Scott's Emul-  sion a nourishing and  strengthening food. If the  breast milk is scanty or thin  Scott's Emulsion will make it  rich and more abundant.  When mothers take Scott's  Em.lsion the babies share in  the benefits. Thin babies grow  fat.    Weak babies get strong.  We'll send you a little to try, if you like.  SCOTT,   &   BOWNE,   , ���������'Chemists,   '       Toronto.  We used to hear a great deal some  months ago about the extreme value of  a compulsory arbitration law they bail  in New Zealand, and now word comes  the government has abolished it as  valueless,  ' We do not suppose the miners will  pay much attention to anything we say  in their interest; but it is none the less  a fact that if they cut themselves loose  from the American Federation, they  will elicit much more home sympathy.  Mayor Fletcher, of Kelson, is now the  person on whom the scurrilous editor  of the Tribune showers his ahuse, and  should they meet on the street there is  likely to be another (istic encounter in  which Houston will come out second  best as usual.  such things will not come to pass, but  every one can be picked lo pieces by any  common-tense rule. It was never considered in the interests of humanity  that either Alexander or Napoleon  should have conquered the whole world,  neither is it in the interests of mankind that the law should leave it  possible for a few men to own the whole  earth and order the rest of their fellow-  beings oil' it at a will.  A lawyer in one of the western stales  adopts the tactics of the retail business  people. He contemplated moving his  office, and he advertised a "removal  sale. "Law at less than wholesale cost  for the next 30 days, as a change of  office is contemplated."  Occasionally )on will yet hear men,  many of whom are claim owners themselves, denouncing the" mine owners for  not working their propertits and .employing labor. Now, the question is, if  these men think the owners can .make  money by working, why do they not  open up their own properties, pay $3.50  for eiirht hours and he happy? If the  so-called owners Can make money by  working surely these fault finders can  do it, and give practical' evidence of  their sympathy for the men besides.  Why don't, tlie miners put the question  of these   philanthropists   this  iWELRY  Booming Rossland Stock.  to sunn  If it is  true as Bernard McDonald's ; way, and see how they take it?  report says, that tbe Le  Koi  last, year  paid $1,285,388  iu   dividends, or about  22 per cent, on its capital, that company  should not refuse to pay good  inuckeis  $3.00 a day.    Wages in'iiU callings are '  to a large extent based on   the profits of  labor to the employer, and  the Keview  has   always  contended   the    principle  should have weight in mining as well as  everything else.  nt'������������������w_ffc������.n>i..A.������>*W^W*wr,vaafc:-.:  If there is a post oflice in  your neighborhood and you  have a jewelry want of any  kind, we can supply it almost  as well as if you visited us  personally.  V ���������> for our catalogue and  tli..- have, practically, tha ,  finest stock of jewelry in  Canada to choose from.  Besides, our. system of one  price in plain fig-ures and our  ' guarantee as to quality mean  so much to out-oi-towa buyers.  We prepay all delivery  charges, and if what we send  does not please you in every  particular, return it, and by  next mail we will cheerfully  refund your money.  Yonge and Adelaide Sts.  TORONTO.  Spokane Falls &  Northern R'y.  Nelson & Fort  The little child is safe from ordinary  dangers in the care of* the faithful dog.  But neither the clog's fidelity, nor the  mother's love can guard a child from  those invisible foes that lurk in air,  water and food���������the germs of disease.  Children need to be specially watched  and cared for. When there is loss of  appetite, lassitude and listlcssness in a  child, an attempt should be made to revive the appetite and rally the spirits. In  Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery  parents have found an invaluable medicine for children. Its purely vegetable  character and absolute freedom from  alcohol and narcotics commend it to  every thoughtful person. It is pleasant  to tlie taste, unlike the foul oils and  their emulsions offered for children's  use. " Golden Medical Discovery " makes  pure blood and sound flesh, and absolutely eliminates from the system the  poisons which feed disease.  Mrs. Ella Gardner, of Walcrview, Middlesex  Co., Va., whose daughter suffered from malarial  poisoning and catarrh, writes: "My little  daughter is enjoying splendid health. I am glad  I found a doctor who could cure my child. She  took twelve bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discovery,' eight bottles of Pellets,' and one bottle  of Dr. riage's Catarrh Remedy, and she is well.  Vs thank God for your medicines."  Give the little ones Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets when a laxative is needed.  They're easy to take and don't gripe.  "Some of the English financial papers  have been booming the Giant mine, at  Iiossland, in a way not warranted by  the position or prospects of the pro- |  perty. Ol course a company cannot he  held responsible fur what newspapers  say about its property, but the puhs in  question have all the ear marks oi having beeninspired by the "shop" which  has the shares of Ihe Giant in charge.  The Giant property possesses a well  defined outcrop of pyrrhotile on which  a shaft has been sunk, but if any paying  ore has been taken from this shaft we  are not aware of it. Above this outcrop  there is an irregular showing of arsenical iron in a silicious gaugue carrying  traces of molybdenum, or some such  material, which is supposed to carry  tellurides of gold. From this outcrop  the shipments of ore from the Giant  have been made, and they have returned  satisfactory values. There is no reason  to believe that the Giant, will not. make  a good mine when it has been deqeloped  and equipped, but to compare it. with  developed mine's which have a tonnage  of ore in sight, and to recommend the  purchase of shares in it on an investment basis is a mere playing upon the  ignorance of actual condition? so common among English investors."  The foregoing is from the Mining Record. It is this practice that downs any  country or any enterprise, It may turn  out as the Record puts it, thattheGiant  will yet turn out to be an excllent property.; but until the proof of this is at  hand, it is very damaging to thecountry  to declare it one.  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain Railway.  The only all rail i-'-ute between all points  oust, west iind s'Uith to Koss'iind, Nelson and  intermediate points; connecting at Spokane  with (Ireat Vorthen-, Northern 1'aeille, and 0.  K.��������� N'.co.  < onnecis at Itossland with the < miadian  I'aeifie Railway for Homidary Creek .points.  Coimee s at Myei's F������lls wilh singe daily for  Republic.  Imtl'ett��������� nerviee on trains between Spokane  and Northport.  Klicetive May Slh, 19U1.  I.kavk. l'mv Trniii. Aitiuvu  i):li0 a. ni.... Spokane....  7:Hf> \>..m.  V2::>n p. in Kosslnnd  -*.:lu p. m.  10:10 a. in XeU-on 0:05 p. in.  ���������li. A. JACICSON.U. I'.A T. A.,  ;. Spokane, Wash.  0. K.TAOKAHUKY,  Agent, Nelson, li. ('.  Will Extend to the Coast.  COAL!  Everybody Wants  the Best Coal.  Try   l.ethbridge  Coal,   then  you   will.,  have the best, and .cheapest.    This  coal  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is eariiy handled, as it is very  clean.    We have iL fur all kindsof grate.  Montreal, Dec. 5.���������-It is now stated  on what appears to be good authority,  that Judge Foster, president of the Oxford Mountain Railway company, con-  temp lutes the extension of his railway  svstem lo the Pacific coast. Evidently  the judge intends to compete with Mackenzie and Mann's Canadian Northern.  Thirty-four milesof his trans-continental road are a I read v completed, and he  hones to obtain sufficient aid from the  various governments interested to enable bim to build through the Yellow-  head pass inside of three years.  E. $��������� Cameron-  *^w-Jg* Wood _ Fhosp_o_i_J}\  *&madts&*\      _,w Great Enough nemcdtj.  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 ahuse  or excess, Mental Worry. Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, six, $5. One will please,  sixio'Mcure. Pamphlets free to any address.  Tho Woad Company, Windsor], Ont.  Wood's I'hosphodine is sold iu Sandon by  F.J. Doimldsi n and K. F. McQueen, Druggists.  i  ���������'    SI  >' ������  "9  il  ' '���������'������������������ ������|  m  f������'  1 8  111  v\\  i M  \m  if  if  'i f  111  \ '  ( ���������  {���������in  | (If  ���������II  m  I  ���������J  [In  L  ...^������������������p-r i  IB'  lev  p.  W  n������M������i^.^__i^m_3_i������iTre������n_iL,^i������,i;v,mi_ri*v^^^ >_!������������������ u������.^i...-iJL������>tar������mr.|^i^jMUiu..i.iraTm������������������.jrevi.������������������ ������^^^->r^i____r_rK71-Jwr^1I_���������'Jr_>tB���������������_���������������1  ti  w  111   .  EXPLOSIVES AS PfiESENTS  FACTS    ABOUT    A  DASTARDLY  POEM OP CRIME.     '.    . .  Infernal    Machines  Crime.  iron legs of the girl's  bedstead was  blown through the roof.  ; . Very extraordinary indeed was the  series-of similar    outrages, which in  11891-5-6 and 1897 baffled the London  j police.     Tire initial   explosion1 occur-  ; red on August 14-th of the first nam-'  Sent  Through ed year-, when an    infernal    machine  blew zo atoms the iron letter-box of  the    postoffice    at    177  New  Cross'  Road.       Exactly thirteen days later  an explosive    was    discovered  by a  sorter  among a. collection  of  letters  at the General Post, Oflice,  St. Martin's "le Grand.    In 1S95 two unsuc-  thc  It is somewhat startling, when ono  '.somes to-reflect upon it, how little is  known     concerning    the   genesis  of  what is .perhaps tho most dastardly  and     abominable     type    of -  offence  known to criminalogists- namely, the cessful attempts -were recorded  sending through tho post of infernal fus������s in each case    failing to set lire  machines,     carefully    constructed   to to the charges; but on January 13th  "go off"  as soon as opened.       How 1S96    a    terrific report alarmed the  inanv people, for instance, can recall residents of Lcwisham, and on invos-  the circumstances    surrounding     the tigation it was    found that a bomb  tragic end of poor Mr. Richards     of liad exploded in the local  postoffice,  Broadstairs,       England,     who    was doing    considerable    damage.       The  blown    to    pieces by an infernal ma- series came to an end in 1897, when  chine  sent to  him through the post an unexploded .bomb,    wrapped in a  'on July 22nd,  1893.    It is probable quantity of anarchist literature,-was  that the victim in this particular case discovered m the letter-box    of    the  knew,  or at all events suspected,-the I>ost-oihce at Trafalgar    Road,  East  re;    for    on re- Greenwich.    Tho fact of this particu-  LAID UP,  lar infernal machine not "going ,off"  led to the arrest or the maker, who  proved to be a well known anarchist  named Richards. Seven years was  his sentence���������-a, none too heavy one.  -+-  source  of the explosive  ceiving the fatal packuge/he refrained .  from     opening  it  in  the house,  where were his wife and two children.  Instead, he carried it outside into  the. garden, and then cut the string,  instantly a dazzling flash of white  light shot high into the air, followed by a terrihe report. Neighbors  rushed in, and carried the maimed  . and scorched man back into 'the  breakfast-room; but he was beyond  .all human aid, and died the same day  without ever uttering a word;  Not always, however, does the user  of the bomb-shell billet-doux achieve  his object so completely as this. As  a 'typical instance of an abortive attempt may be cited that ' which occurred at Chatham Dockyard a year  or two ago. A foreman "employed im ������*������ ^ Tiito  the iron foundry received through the , ,������ _.QUld romovc  post a. mysterious box. and being-  suspicious of its contents, placed it  in a bucket of water and communicated with the police. On the box  .being opened it was found to be.filled with gunpowder mingled with  phosphorus. The lid of -*.he box fitted into a groove,, and to the under  side of the lid wore fixed two matches reaching to the bottom of the box  on which had been pasted a piece of  sandpaper, so ��������� that on opening . the  box by sliding the lid,, the matches  would be ignited and    v  EXPLODE THE POWDER.  The sending of explosives through  the postoffice to gratify private spite  is, as may be imagined, quite a mo-  'dern crime.  The earliest    recorded  instance.in fa'ct.goes back   no   further  than-'1882, on the 18th of February  of which year a man named Costello   .   ...������������������,,������������������-.  ,,.   C1   ,, ,+  ���������,.    r,������������������.���������tv  dispatched several infernal  machines  lZy   Mrs   WSBeaverstodc,( Church  CAREWORN' MOTHERS.  Life Often Made a Burden Through  Nursing- a    Cross  and   Pretful  '    Baby.  All babies should oe good-natured ;  well babies, if there is no outward  reason--for discomfort, are -always  good-natured, and yet how many  mothers peimit themselves to be  thoroughly worn out caring day and  night for a- sick,     cross and    fretful  care and fore-  all the trouble  and make both mother and baby  happy. Tho little one's suffering and  crossness may be caused by any one  of the numerous ills that make baby  lives a misery to themselves and a  constant source of worry and discomfort to the mother, such as colic,  worms, indigestion, constipation, the  irritation accompanying the cutting  of teeth, etc.; When baby is cross do  not, if you value your child's future  welfare," give it any of the so-called  "soothing" medicines, as they only  stupefy and deaden without removing the cause of the trouble. What  is.needed is a simple, vegetable compound such as, Baby's Own Tablets,  which reach the root of all the minor  ailments of' little ones, making them  well and happy. The best proof of  this is the high praise all mothers  who  have used  this  medicine  award  ,     THE CHAPLAIN'S TOBACCO  An Incident of the Siege of Lady-  smith ..  There    was     a certain much-loved  chaplain shut up in Ladysmith   who  greatly enjoyed a smoke, says'    the  London Man.   In Buller's relief column there wTere meti who loved him  well and knew    his love for. a pipe.  When     they  left     Colenso  eleven of  them     each  carried under his khaki  tunic  a quarter-pound  tin of  tobacco for the chaplain.   And then came  all    the      horrors   of      that terrible  struggle    to    reach    the     beleagured  town,  culminating in" the awful fight  "at  Pietcr's  hill.    One  after  another,  vainly trying to keep    the cherished  possession, parted with it bit by bit  during  those   dreadful   weeks.       But  one of them  carried  it  all the time  and   never so   much as  touched   it,  When  at  last he reached Ladysmith  he had to march right through '   to  encamp several     miles beyond     t.li_  town.   But the next day he got     a  permit,  and   tramped   back  to  Laclysmith, found out his friend, the chaplain,  and handed  over    the treasure , Pills,  to him.      All black and grimy   was .me.   I  t!:at sacred tin of tobacco, black \ "1" have been a great sufferer with  with the smoke of battle and dented .'pains in my back, in the region of  by many a hard fight'; but it was'my kidneys. 1 was very sick, and at  there���������intact���������an offering of devo- \ tirae3 could not attend to my work  tion���������a holy thing���������a pledge of love  'at. all.  Tlie chaplain has it still; he could ! "I used several medicines, but no-  not smoke it; it was far tooprecious thing I ever tried' seemed to help me  for that. It has become one of hiy in the least, until a friend of mine  household  gods,   to   be  kept  forever  advised    me    to try Dodd's Kidney  A STRONG MAN ON' HIS SACK  THROUGH KIDNEY TROUBLE.  A Toronto Contractor Who Was  Never Without Pain for Years,  And Who Had Many Times to  Quit Work���������Dodd's Kidney Pills  Made Him Well.  Toronto, Ont., Nov. 18.���������(Special).  ���������At No. 86 Lippincott street, in  this city, resides Mr. W. J. Keane.  Mr. Keane is a contractor, and is one  of the best known men in his line of  business in Toronto.  Like many other successful men,  M'. Keane has suffered during his  busy life a great deal, from Kidney  Disorders. For years he suffered,  great pain. He was forced at times  to quit his work altogether and go  to bed. He used Dodd's Kidney Pills  and is well. This is what he' says  about it :���������  "It gives me     great pleasure     to  write  in    praise  of Dodd's     Kidney  and the good they have, done  .im never without them.  as a token of a soldier's love.  WHY YOU HAVE  A  NOSE.  Very few people know how to  breath properly and those that do  know seldom do it. Oxygen is the  one indispensable thing for the maintenance of health and life, and the  only way wo get it is by breathing-  it in the air. We must breathe in  tho right way, however, not only to  get the necessary supply of oxygen,  but to keep out certain impurities  that either bring diseases directly or  prepare the system to fall an easy-  victim to them. The most important thing, perhaps, is to form the  habit of breathing through the nos-  ;Pills. 1 immediately found relief,  land was able to'resume my work.  | "I used altogether-seven boxes be-  ���������'fore being completely cured. Since  then T have never been sick a day. I  have never had the slightest indica-  .tiou of a return of the trouble."  It is hard to understand how anj--  one will continue to "suffer from  Lame Back or any other symptom of  Kidney Trouble after so many frank  and full statements by men well  known in all walks of life, that  Dodd's Kidney Pills have cured them.  I"' . Ul's Kidney Pills always cure.  Thoy never fail. Years of trial have  absolutely proven that there is no  case of Kidney Trouble, Lame Back.  trils. -The air should be made of Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica,  nearly the same temperature as .the Gout, Neuralgia Bladder or "Uninary  blood   before  it     is  taken  into     the  Dodd's Kidney Salter--  to various persons in Edinburgh.  Happily his sending more than one  machine at the same time proved his  undoing, for "tho-''recipients compared  notes,, and the sender was arrested1;  As showing; how imitative criminals are, it may be mentioned that,  within a few weeks of the details of  this outrage becoming public property,, a box containing gunpowder, so  arranged as to explode when opened,  was received by a Glasgow     trades-  street, Brockville, says :. "I have  used Baby's Own Tablets in my  house for several yeais and. know of  no medicine for little ones, that, can  equal them. When my baby V was  teething "she.was restless, cross" and  peevish; and I could do very little  with her. I gave her the tablets and  they quieted her when other medicines did no good. When baby was  troubled with constipation the tablets  always gave prompt relief,  but  are.  man.       A little    later,   "too,' "in"the   above all things I think    they  same year,  Mr.  W. E. Forster,  then  rnost excellent an indigestion ;  _ _   _ slie  Chief Secretary for lrclancC'roceived ���������mited a great deal, was very cross  through the post a quantity of io- and would scream with pain, and 1  dide of nitrogen. It did not explode lmd to ������ct llP with 'ier many tl,mcs  however, owing probably to its hav- during the night. No matter how  ing got damp in transit. ; much she ate she kept growing thin-  In 1891  a    quantity of dynamite, '������e1*'   lt was then I began the use of  lungs, and its passage over the network of blood vessels in the mucous  membrane of the nasal canals gives  it the necessary heat. Besides, _. the  air always contains dust particles,  and, if we breathe it in through the and proved, and testified:  mouth we run the risk of the irrita-; '���������"~������������������������~"   ~"  Troubles, that  will not cure.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are the only  medicine .that ever cured Bright's  Disease, Diabetes or Dropsy.  Thousands of Canadians have tided.  tion and infection..1 that such particles often produce. In breathing  through the nostrils, on the contrary, we .draw in the air gently,  along a system; of winding canals;  and this not only "moderates its temperature but .purifies it at the same gone in for  time.  AN UNEXPECTED HONOR.  The story is told  Of three Protestant ladies'who walked into a Catholic church in Ireland    during    high  mass.     It was raining, and they had  shelter.    The priest,  one  .  , of nature's    gentle   en,     recognizing  ���������to���������gTOf������*.v"i! the ladies, and, stooping down, said  ' j to   an   attendant: ."Three   chairs   for  the    Protestant,    ladies."    It was a  t w ,- -irr\T\1J1v<a    t tvhtpot '" hmtly  thought,  but the priest must  I believe    MINARDS    LIMMLM . have .wished he had never thought it  Will cure every ease of Diphtheria. h        u e n    s(oocl    uv    h   tho  MRS REUBEN BAKER      <��������� ���������     ������������������     man    stooci    up    m tno  with safety-fuse attached, was discovered in the sorting room of the  General Post Office, Dublin, and was  promptly rendered  innocuous  by  bc-  the tablets, find she grew piump and  fat, and I had no further trouble  with her at night. 1 can recommend  the tablets to any mother who has a  ing burned in a yard at the back of sickly, cross or fretful baby, and 1  the building. The designs  of  the  am sure    she will    never be without  sender were thcrebv frustrated, but. them again." Baby's Own Tablets?  what might have happened, but for are easily administered and dissolved  the astuteness of the sorter who in water can be given safely to the  made the discovery, was shown by youngest infant. If your druggist  what actually did happen some six d������es "ot keep them send 25 cents to  vears later at Landesborough Post the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co..  Office. Brockville, Out.,  and a box will   be  '    ,'T___^TI^   , 'sent you by mail, post paid.  AN INFERNAL MACHINE.  Riverdale:  I believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  will produce growth of hair.  MRS.  CTIAS. ANDERSON.  Stanley, P. E. I.  I believe MINARD'S LINIMENT  is the best household remedy on  earth.  MATTHIAS   FOLEY.  Oil City, Ont.  church and shouted: "Three cheers  for the Protestant ladies!" It was  over, in a minute���������the cheers were  cheered and could not be called  back; but it. whs one of tlie most uncomfortable moments in the good  priest's life.  Beggar���������"Kind sir, I don't know  where my next meal is coining  from." Mr. Overfed���������"ITa! Same  old story, I presume. Cook left.  and wife don't know a frying pan  from an orchid."  A WILLING MERCURY.  First  Boy��������� "Wot's   the rush?"  Second Boy���������"I heard pa invite an  old friend to dinner, and I'm liurry-  iiughomc to fell mamma."  j    "Did y'r father send yer?"  j    "No."  j "Then'what you running ���������y'seli' to  I death for'?" '  I " 'Cause if mamma knows company  jis comin' we'll have a better din-  'ner."  which was probably fitted with a  t'time-fuse, exploded in the middle of  'the night, completely wrecking the j",.'  ''office, and doing considerable dam  age to surrounding property. In  room above that in which the explosion occurred slept the mistress and  her servant, but    they   miraculously  escaped  injury,   although one of  the      40,000  people sleep  at    night    in  London's lodging-houses,     10,000 in  S0ZODOHT for the TEETH 2������q ,?ralLs' and ������*������������ 1S'000 ^ New  "I thought you had obtained a job  in the civil service?"    "I did; but I  "Why?"  "Why?      Why,  hang  iit all,   they're getting  so  particular  ;now that they want a fellow to work  for his salary!"  V  ^eky^A^iy f&b Ale/ tfcir'&u  -M& ^TUL^AeJ-  &4U& /Harries?*  m  mraann��������� THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Dkckmber'14, 1901.  Here and There.  Frecheville says the profits of the Le  Roi last year were but ij.585,000. This is  less than half of what Bernard McDonald made them, and would place the  dividends at about 11 per cent.  There is a likelihood of a general  strike among the coal miners in Duns-  muir's mines on Vancouver Island, because Dunsmuir has forbidden a consolidation of their organization. If  the strike becomes general it will be a  serious one.  On Friday night last a freight engine  on the 0. P. E. near Lytton jumped the  track and ran down an embankment of  the Fraser river 300 feet. ISngineer  Randall and fireman Pottruil', of Kain-  loops, both married men, were,instantly  killed and several others injured. The  accident was the result of a rockslide.  It is generally understood Mr. Aid-  rich, of the Trail smelter, who is now in  the east, will make some arrangement  with the C. P. R. by which the latter  will erect a refinery in the province. It  is also reported an English company  with whom Mr. Gintzbertrer is assor  ciated, have capital behind them to go  into the enterprise if the prospects are  satisfactory. From one ot the two  Bchemes the refinery should be a certainty.  WasAirt?  T^acKmes  Sandon Gets Bonspiel.  A mepting of  the Kootenay Curling  Association was held on   Friday  evening, December (Jth, in Nelson.   The five  clubs represented were Sandon, Nelson,  Rossland,  Kaslo   and   Revelstoke.     It  was  unainiously  decided   to  hold  the  bonspiel   at   Sandon,   commencing  on  February   17th.   There   a   number   of  trophies and other prizes to be contested for bv the curlers.   The election of  ofBcer8 for the ensuing year resulted as  follows:    J. S. C. Fraser,  of Rossland,  patron;   M. L.  Grimmett.  of Sandon,  president; G. O.  Buchanan, of   Kaslo,  first  vice-presidnnt;    G.  S. MeCarter,  second  vice-president; Jack Rae,  Nelson,  third   vice-president; A,- B.   Mc-  Kenzie,    of    Rossland,     fourth ' vice-  president;   E    A.   Hall,   of    Sandon,  secretary-treasurer;     executive    committee, James Wangh.N. J. Cavanaugh,  Sandon;    0.  E.   Phillips,   Revelstoke;  Wm.  Hood.. Sandon; F.  A.  Tamblyn,  Nelson; T. Gray, Rossland.  Wooden and Fibre Tufts and  Palls of livery Description.  Clothes Wringers  Clothes Pins, Sad Irons,  Brushes, Etc.  . WE HAVE EVERY THING TO  COMPLETELY OUTFIT THE  FA MILY LAUNDRY. .CALL  AND SEE OUR LiNES.  Were You Ever Satisfied  With cheap goods of any kind,' especially GROCERIES? We  th'iuk not, but, of course, we may be' mistaken, however, we have  just received the following Canned Goods���������and they are all the finest,  freshest and BEST BRANDS of goods in the Kootenays to-day:  Kent Brand Tomatoes Kent Brand Corn Kent Brand Peas  Kent Brand Golden Wax Beans  Cutting's California Fruits and Simeoe Brand of Berries of all kinds  for Pie and Table Use.  We have also the only complete lines in Fancy Canned Meats,  Vegetables, Fish, and Shell-fish in Sandon, call and see them.  H. Giegerich. Stores at Sandon, Kaslo, Ainsworth.  Wanted���������A  Kusband.  Handsome American lady, independly  rich, wants a good, honest husband.  Address, Eric, 193 Washington street,  Chicago, 111.  Cook's Cotton Boot Compound  Is successfully used monthly by over  ^10,000 Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladles ask  _ your druggist for Cook's Cotton Boot Command. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $1 per  box; No. a, 10 degrees stronger,?S per box. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two 8-eent  Stamps, Tho Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  B5?~No8.1 and 2 sold and recommended by all  responsible Druggists iu Canada,  Cook's Cotton Root Compound is sold in  Sandon by E. F. McQueen and V J. Donaldson,  J)ril|!gi8lH.  H. BYERS & CO.  16-2-1 Reco Avenue, Sandon.  Theo. fladson  TENT AND AWNING  FACTORY ���������   BAKER STREET.  NELSON, B. C.  e  9  9  o  e  0  ������  s  o  0  0  a  e  ��������� ������������������000OO0O00oo000O0������000e0������00e������eao000000009e*o0O0e������������������0  Secure One of Those Beautiful  Suits of "Health Brand" Under=  wear.   Only a Few left.  ALL WOOL.  ALL STYLES.  ALL PRICES;  ������1.l������U������������.������,H������������������l,l<������������.l"k������������<.l"H������(.<,U������������.IS<������S������*H,������.(S<,������.������,l<������<.������"������������������l,<S<������l.������"H������������.l,������<,l������i������^������������<S4������WSlM,������������U������fc������*i������  FOR SALE ONLY AT  IHE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO. LTD,  R. H. TRUEMAN,  Photographer,  will  .  ���������      be in his Studio at  Kaslo  December 6th to 16th,  Sandon  Dec. 17th to 26th.  This will be last chance daring' the eea-  ,    son for parties to secure sittings  so take advantage of it.  Don't forget the dates.  Studio opposite O. P. P.  COFFEE ROASTERS  Dealers in TEA AND COFFEE.  We are otTerinc at the lowest prices  the best grades of Ceylon, India, China  and Japan Teas.  For Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Koofena/ Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON. B.C.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON. B.C.  0  0e0000000ao0000e*ece0o������a0������e000000000e0ee00000O0000O0o  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  e  0  B  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  o  0  0  0  0  e  o  ������  0  THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE.  NO. 4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.  FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted at once for Eastern investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of thoir ore to  EXCHANGE for exhibition.  All samples should be sent by express, PREPAID.  Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to  .he  Telephone No. 104.      P. O. Box 700.  ANDREW F. ROSENBERQER, Nelson. B. C.  At Cost and LssThan Cost.  We have a fine stock of Men's Boys', Ladies' and Children's  Boots and Shoes which will be sold at cost and under, in order to make  room on the shelves for our groceries. We have on hand. a good  selection of the best makes.  Cody Avenue.  JALLAND BROS.  FPCXR   S_A.IL_E_.  A limited number of Shares in  Similkameen Valley Coal Co.,  Limited.  ,   For   further   particulars   and  prospectus apply to  Wm. W.  Fallows,  SANDON.  Official Agent for Slocan District.  ��������� Dealers m TQeafs  AT SANDON  ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOCAN CITY.  %SSg^Sl^!^I^S^SfSS!PSm  fM83&XStGX&B&MEEISmi  ^^M^jm^^im^^m^^m^^mm^^m  w&

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