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 ������d  1  THE MINING REVIEW���������Satousay, ��������� December 27, 1902.  4  ��������� ���������*���������*   m  fe&l  m  m  The Mining Review.  SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27/ 1902.  MINE CONSOLIDATIONS.  With the announcement, originating  in the Boundary country,  to  tlie effect  that the large producers of   that  cainp  contemplate the consolidation   of their  properties will in no way" create a general surprise.   This can  only   be   viewed  as an economic industrial undertaking.  The effect on the   Boundary   can   have  but one, and that will be of a more stability in character, and as there is a predisposition in the present age of  industrial advancement to merge   all   industries of a similarity  into  gigantic combinations, there  cannot   be   any other  solution to mining to place it on a  parity with other branches of industry.   As  the mines of that camp depend  largely-  on the copper as the principal producing  revenue, and  as the   markets   of  tliip  metal    are    at    all   times   subject   to  fluctuations���������declining or rising as   the  demand   occasions���������it will   ultimately  come sooner or later'if it does not occur  in the immediate future. By so organizing    these     industries    into    the  so-  called term of "trust"���������one inadvertently misinterpretated���������it i6 only  promoting the welfare and   bringing   about   a  state of more rapid progress, as well   as  leaying the only alternative of   protecting    themselves���������through    its   vested  powers���������by regulating the   supply and  treatment of its product.  Jt was only a few years ago that these  corporate bodies were looked upon as a  menace to public utility of any country,  but events eminating from these combinations are gradually gaining ground  that they are more of a public benefactor  rather that a tyranical octapua bo long  as their powers are curbed to meet the  warranted conditions of the times. It  is now practically welcomed as a further  beacon of greater advancement of enterprise and education. Not only are the  capitalists, but the union of working-  men shaping there destinies in the  groves of industrial organization and to  decry the one organization muRt essentially bring displeasure upon the other.  Not alone are these rumors of organise  ation confined to the Boundry, but apparently tho wave is spreading to Ross-  land���������notably in the consolidation of  the Le Roi and Le Roi No. 2���������and we  would not at all bo surprised to see,such  a thing overtake the Slocan, and would  in all probability be the best means of  bringing about the desired cliango that  the Slocan is at present seeking.  As all conversant with the Slocan are  cognizant of the fact that the principal  drawback ia its inability to market its  product at any reasonable figure conducive to its prosperity, along with exorbitant freight and smelting rates.  BLOOD    HISTORY  Born in bone marrow���������dies  in the liver. This is the be-  Q-inninsf and the end of the rich,  red blood that keeps us all  alive. Blood history makes a  fascinating story.  Scott's Emulsion often plays  a most important part in blood  ! history.  At the very beginning  I ���������that  is where its influence  is greatest.  Scott's Emulsion is a blood  food���������a rich material for making new blood. Nothing better  for bringing color to pale  faces.  We'll send you a little to try, If you like.  SCOTT   &   BOWNF.,       Chemists.  The Moyie Leader eaye the miners'  union of the Kootenays should assist  the mineowners in their efibrte to secure the legislation which they desire at  the coining session of parliament. This  tney could do by passing resolutions  ennorsing the resolutions passed by the  mineowners at Sandon. It i3 certainly  to the interests of the miners to work  hand in hand with the mineowners on  this proposition, a������ the lb&uuiption of  work in the silver-lead mines means the  employment of hundreds of their members at good wages.  Toronto.  If, say the mines here were under the  control of one management with strong  financial backirg, it would then be in  a position to dominate over these t-ir-  eutnstances of adversity that are at tho  present moment retarding; its advancement. If this would come to pass, the  Slocan would then be in a position to  dictate its terms of treatment, etc., and  in the event of not being able to do so  would independently be able to built its  own smelters and create its own mar-  ko  There is a coal famine in Manitoba  and enBlern Canada. In the prairie  province the farmers are hewing the  round surface off I heir log cabin for fire  wood and using their wheat for fuel, ln  cities and towns of Ontario their residents are smash ing up and burning their  furniture, and when this gives out arp  likely to tear up the sidewalks for fuel  to keep from freezing.  NOTICE..  In the matter of an application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of Title to Blocks 3 and 10  of Lot 891,  Group  I,  Kootenay   District  (MapUSS),  NOTH.E IS HERERY GIVEN that it is my  intention to issue nt the expiration  of one  month   from   the .first  publication hereof a  duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the above  mentioned lands in the District of Kootenay in  the n a me of.) nines XI. Barton, which Certificate  is  dated   the  Gtn day of February,  J902, and  numbered 1157 A.  H. F. MACLEOD,  District Registrar.  Land Registry Office,  Nelson, B.C.   .  9lh September, 1902.  Hon. Clifford Sifton, Minister of the  Interior, in an interview while in Tor-  to on Tuesdav, said that whatever assistance may he given the Grand Truijk  Pacific railwav, it will not take the form  of land grants. This will ease the minds  those who feared another wholesale  ������������������ rant'of territory similar to that given  the Canadian Pacific.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Twickenham Mineral Claim, situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West Kootenay  District.  Take notice that I, A, K. Heyland, agent for  K. Koyle Smith, Free Miner's Certificate No.  ������ .MI203, and Frank C. Clute, Free Miner's  Certificate No. Ii 0-1506, intend, sixty days from  the dnte hereof, to apply to the Mining Record-  is r for a Certificate of Improvements for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section ;>7, must be commenced before th������  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of September, 1902.  A. R. HEYLAND.  Ring" out the old, ring in the new,  We need a council bad we know;  Tho old board's going, let 'er go!  And joy be it's going too.  Jim Hill's Plans.  Will be fatal to the sleep-walker." Will  he draw back or will lie take the final,  fatal step? A great many people are in  peril like the sleep-walker. They are  diseased. The disease is progressing  day by day. The time comes when one  more step away from health is fatal.  The man who has suffered from indigestion or gastric trouble  goes   some   night   to   a  dinner aud returns home  to find lie has taken that  last   step   from   health  which can never be taken back.  To   neglect   the  cure  of   indigestion  or some  other form of   stomach  trouble is dangerous.    It  is also inexcusable.    Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical  Discovery cures diseases  of the stomach and other  organs of  digestion and  nutrition.       It   purifies  the blood, stimulates the  s^-se^p^t-^^-liver, cures biliousness,  T&'������*to^*SJW/aiKl   eliminates    bilious  "poisons   from   the   system.  "The  praise I would like  to Rive vour ' Golden Medical  iMscove'ry ' I cannot utter in  words or describe with pen,"  writes Jas H. Ambrose. )������sq���������  of  1205 }4  Mifflin   St.," Huntingdon,  Pa.     "I was  tn1:eti  with what our physicians said was indigestion.  I doctored with the best around here nnd found  no relief.    1 wrote you, and you advised me to  use Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.    I  took three bottles  and I  felt so good   that I  stopped���������being cured.   I have no symptoms of  gastric trouble or indigestion now."  If you  ask  your dealer  for "Golden  Medical  Discovery"  because you have ��������� .    ,     , ������������������  confidence in its cures,  do not   allow |'n'en to Vancouver, l.ut, of curse, the  yourself to be switched off to a medicine ! distance betweenthe two  points is not  claimed to be "just as good," but which   very great.    For the present accept my  you did not ask for and of which you 'a8gnrance   thilt   ,Jie   ron(1.  through the  know nothing. ��������� n. .   ,,.    ... .  .  You can get the People's Medical Ad- Okanagan and Siinilkamecn countries  viser, 1008 pages, paper covers, free by is to be built at once. I' think- that is  sending 31 one-cent stamps, to pay ex- tj,0 most important piece of news I have  pense of customs and mailing only.   Ad-   ,     ��������� , .    . ���������  dress Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.      ��������� t0 glve ont Iust nov>'  c  J. J. Hill, the railway magnate, while  in Spokane a few days ago, announced  that construction would be immediately  begun, by his company, of the iipw iine  through the Okauagan country to Midway, and from the latter point up the  Similkameen river the entire length of  the valley.  "During the coming summer," said  Mr. Hill, "all our energies in this part  of the country will be centered in the  building of this road. We are even now  perfecting die'general details for the  new road, and as soon as spring comes  the work will he most vigorously pushed  on. When the road is complc-d we shall  devote all our energiep   to   opening   up  the great resource's of that wonderful  country, and we shall fill it with settlers."  Asked about that Coast-Kootenay line  Mr. Hill said:  "I do not, wish to talk of the project  to extend the road on from the Similka-  Certifkates of Improvements.  NOTICE.     .  Silver  Band,   Twyford,    Winton,   Islington,  Fnringdon,   Croydon    Fraction,    Rodney  Mineral   claims,  situate' in   the   Slocan  Mining Divis'on of West Kootenay District.  Take  notce  that I, A. R.  Heyland, agent  for the Silver Hand   Mining  Com puny,  Fre������  Miner's Certificate No. U GUI 17, intend, sixtv  days from the date hereof,  to  npjily  to the  Mining He-order for a ("eri'ficafeof "improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of each of theubove chums.  And further take notice that action, under  sfetion 37, must be commenced before the  issu'ince of si.ch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of September, 1902.  A. R. HEYLAND.  *^&aak*SQ    ��������� j-fc Great English Renudv  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 paokage ?l, six, $5. One viillpleate,  six will cure., Pamphlets free to any address.  XI10 Wood Company, Windsor, On*.  Wood's I'hcsphodine.is sold in Sandon by  E. F. McQueen and F.J. Donaldson, DruggisU.  NOTICE.  To John H. Gray and to any and  all others to whom he may have  transferred his interest in the Rosedale,  Flower and May Mineral Claims situated on Payne Mountain, in the Slocan  Mining Divis-ion of West Kootenay District, British Columbia.  Take notice   that- 1, D. E. Spragne, a  co-owner in each of' the   said Rosedale,  Flower and May   Miiieial  Claims, have  expended $102.50 in   doing  and having  recorded   the   annual ai-sefsnient work  0:1 paid Kosedale Mineral Claim  for the  year ending   Oeb'bor 22nd,1902, asle-  quircd by section 2-1 of the Milium! Act,  and $102.50 in doinu and having recorded the annual  aspepsment  work of the  said Flower Mineral Claim for the year  ending .August I'L'th, 11102,as required bv  Section 24 of the Mineral Act, and $102.  50 in doing and having recorded the annual uppespiiienf work   <m the said May  Mineral Claim for the vear ending Aug-  uptl2t.h, 1902,,'an required'by Section 24.  of   the   Mineral   Act, and   that within  ninety days from   the   date  of the first  publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of the  fa id expenditure, being  oneLeighlh   of  the amount, expended in respect of each  nf the paid''mineral claims amounting to  $12.80 in rfppect, of each of   said   claim,  together with all enstp  of  advertising,,  your interest in 'the paid c.lainip will  become vested in nifi'the undersigned  under the provisions of   Fection 4. of the  "Mineral Act, Amendment Act 1000."  The address for payment, of  the   said  moneys to me   the paid  T). TC. Pprague,  is care of McAnn & McKav, Barristers,  Kaslo. B. O.  Dated the 4th dav of November, 1002.  ���������D.'E. SPRAGUE.  &  1  I  '���������&, ���������  I  &'������������������  P  1  I  S  $  $  *  m>  Pi  ���������$11  IP  m  m  fsi  $K  ������������������I'M  ml  im  <0  m  il 4\  is  u  fit  ������������������1   ������ S     To   ,  fs 'A &,  p.I  a 'ft ������|  IP  IfU  v "Si  1 tu M  ���������>m]  \ * *t,- >j 1  I'm}  ' ;'.^c������l  ; \'.' 'lit  1 ^ H  1..������' ,1.  &3'  i h 1  5     'if  m  r  M  texx������-zis^^Z2^zsu:3z;:.������j:;������~zs THE.MINING.'REVIEW���������Satowday, December 27, 1902.  In south America and" Australia pasture is abundant and*  oxen of the finest quality arc plentiful. Bovni is prepared from'  these oxen and the supply is so considerable as to enable tbe  manufacturers to use the best materials at a nominal cost. Ifc  is'prepared by a special process, v.-hich. ensures the retention of  both the stimulating- and nourishing' properties of the beef,  thereby differing- from ordinary meat extracts c'r beef tea, which  merely stimulate without'nourishing-. ���������  vril   Ncmrishes  and  Strengthens  Your ClofKes  Nothing Wasted.  They talk of- starting a distillery in  Toronto to uee up beet sugar factory  refuse. That's one great beauty of a  distillery. It has no refuse���������hogs eat  some and human beings consume the  rest.���������Toronto Star.  The Old  Yuletide.  Discipline.  "So you had   a   double   lynching  at  Grimson Gulch?"  ''That's   what   we   had,"    answered  Three Fingered Sam.  "More horse thieves?"  "Yep."  "Were both men guilty?"  "There's jest the ombarraain' feature  of tin affair. Soapy Smith laughed at  us fur hangin' the wrong man by mistake an' we had to lynch him to teach  him manners, an' in the meantime the  real boss thief got clean away."  Report of the Monitor.  The following raport of the Monitor  and Ajar Fraction, sent by Manager M.  Gintzburger, to the owners in the Old  Country, appears in the  English press.  The   report   is in    detail   up   to the  1st of November:  Ore shipped and settled for, crude  galena, 74 tons, realized....  $3,700  In transit, 21 tons, estimated val. 1,000  Ore mined during the month 120  tons, net value     0,000  Ore on hand, 06 tons, net value.. 3,250  . In No. 5 level, the drifts to the north  and south are beingpushed forward with  satisfactory results. The north drift  shows signs of displacement of the ledge  to the east, which is highly satisfactory.  We have not abvaneed the price of  our tobaccos. Amber smoking tobacco, Bobs, Currency and Fair Play  chewing tobaccos are the same size  and price to Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended the time for  the redemption of Snowshoe tags to  January 1st 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  Once more the Merry Chiistmastide  Is wearing round again,  And Christmas spreads on every side  Her message old to men :  0, be ye all of goodly cheer,  And full of festive mirth',  And keep that day, to nations dear,  When Christ was born to earth.  Our fathers, in the olden days,  When nights were long and cool,  And joyous forth to woodland ways  To fetch the logs at Yule;  And, in the huge old   fireplace,   heaped  The wood, with many  a shout,  ,Till lightly sprang theeparku, andleap'd  Into the frost without.  And, high on old oak-pannelled   walls,  They wreathed the evergreen,  While (round about the ancient halls  The hollv gay was seen ;  And who, beneath the misletoe  A maid might spy, I wis.  Might levy tribute, justly eo,  And claim a ChriHtmas kiss.  Then came the neighbors bursting in  With shouts of boisterous glee,  Stamping their feet to aid   the   din  And set the loose snow free.  Loud the old manor echoed then,  With peals of laughter shrill,  For those were times when hearts of men  Were filled with free good will.  The feast was spread: and at the  board  They tasted -high deliuht;  The best the cellars might afford  Was furnished forth that night.  And young and old joined in the   plays,  While swift the evening crept,  For thoy knew well, in olden days,  How Christmas should be kept/  'Twas then that "Merrie England" was  And "Bonnie Scotland," too.  Might wo but keep those Yuletide laws  The way they used to do.  So, be ye all of goodly cheer,  >And full of festive mirth,  And kuep that day, to nations dear,  That Christ was born to   earth.  e  *������������������  Then why not get the best to be had in the  country for the money. An immense stock  of the best goods and latest patterns now on  hand.    You will be convinced by calling on  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  TICKETS  TO ALL rOINTS  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  hiive the best, and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.    We have it for all kinds of grate.  E. if. Cameron.  and  VIA  "What kind of coal do you use?"  "Egg."  "How do you buy it?"  "By the dozen lately���������when I can get  it."  wmnm  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.     .  WASHINGTON ec G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. & E. RY. & N. CO.  The only nil rail route between cast, w'es  and south to Rowland, Kelson, (Jrami Forkt  and Republic. Connect at Spokane with ths  Great Northern, Northern Piviiie and O. P.. e  N, Co for points cast wept mid south; eotineels  at Rossland and Nelson with the Cmitulian  riiellie Railway.  Connects at Nelpon with K. R. & X. r'o. for  Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with slajre lor Greenwood and Midway,-B. C.  Buffett ears run on trains between Sp-kane  and Republic;.  Effective Xov. 22,1902.  Leave. Arrive.  '0:25a.m.' Spokane  5:45 p.m.  10:15a. in ...... Kossltuid  .2:10 p. in.  7:00 a. m '...:'...'.. .Nelson  8:d0p. m.  11:00 a. m Grand Forks:.........-1:00 p. in.  9:15a. m ���������.Republic .5:10 p m.  II. A. JACKSON, G. V.& T. A.,  Spokane, Wash.  G. K. TACK A BURY,  ���������     Agent, Nelson, B.C.  Short Line  TO  St. Paul, Dulutli, Minneapolis, Chicago  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining & Bufl'ett SinokingLibmry Cars.  2  Fnst Trains at Convenient Hours  Between Spokane & Puget Sound  For rates, folders and full iinformation  regarding trips, call on or address anv  agf nt 0. R. & N..Company.  A. B. C. Denniston,       II. Brandt. ���������  G. W. P. A. C. P.&T. A.  Seattle, Wash.     Spokane, Wash  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  ������  %M  % ifwmnnwf   1..1 sifcin'.I.LHi-f J������*  THE MINING REVIEW~Satsr������ay, December  27, 1902.  Odds and Ends.  Many a man is considered a hopeless  fool on account of his hopelessness.  It is easy to prove that the gun  isn't  .loaded immediately after the accident.  A lot of unimportant happenings  are  postponed on account of the weather.  A New York artist made a fortune  painting purple landscapes���������and lost it  painting red towns.  Though the young husband may be  willing to attend his wife's church, he  insists on voting as heretofore.  Whiskey straits make crooked paths.  c An elevator is at best a sort of hand-  me-down affair.  Lots of men tire themselves to death  looking for an easy job.  It is hard for the man who is   flat on  hia back to face the world.  ��������� Most bachelors' idea of misery  is being alone with a noisy baby.  When a man is in love he doesn't  know axle grease from butter.  But for the donkey's big ears he  couldn't appreciate his own music.  If a a man is satisfied with himself be  is usually disappointed with other people.  Lawyers have no excuse forgoing hungry, as the slatutes have lots of provisions in them.  The average man's little troubles  would not amount to much were it not  for the uncalled-for comment of Ins  upon them.  ."   She Dictated Afterwards.  "DarlingBessie," said tliestock broker  to his hdy typewriter, "will you marry  me? Since you have come like a gleam  of sunshine to gladden my existence, I  have lived in the radiant light of your  ethereal presence,   and passionately���������"  "Speak a little slower please," said  the fail typewriter, interrupting him,  while her fingers continued to fly over  the keys of her machine. "Ethereal���������  presence���������passionately! Now I a in ready  to proceed." ,;->..  "Bless me, Miss Caramel ["exclaimed  her employer, "you are not taking down  my offer of marriage on that typewriter,  are you?"  "A proposal!" shrieked Miss Caramel  "Why, so it is! 1 didn't notice; I  thought you were dictating. Forgive  me, dear William, I. am yours. And  now, since I have made this foolish  blunder, please sign this paper, and  we'll keep it as a memento."  The wedding took place according to  contract.  Gives Him Pain in the Purse.  "I'm really worried about Jim," said  young Mrs. Dunsmoor.  "What's tho trouble!,' asked her  mother.  "All my euro seems to have been in  vain. I would'nt let him play golf for  fear he'd got the golf elbow, nor ping-  pong for'fear he'd get ping-pong ankle."  "Well, he has escaped eo-far!"  "Yes. But I haven't the heart to ask  him to stop playing cards, even if it  does lead to his becoming deformed."  "What do you mean?" '  "He admitted to me that the poker'  hands ho is getting are extremely pain- :  ful."  To meet the requirements of this festival occasion we are now opening one  of the largest and  best assortment of Xmas Goods.        Our stock will comprise  Dressed, ranging iu prices from 50 cents up.            Kid Dolls from 30 cents up.   Dolls' Furniture, Carriages, etc, r-  Steam Toys, the Latest and Funny Mechanical Toys, Iron and  Steel Toys, Blocks,  Drums, Horns, iu fact everything covering this line.  Smokers' Sets, Manicure Toilet in Letter, * Ebony and Cellouid, and presentation wares.  ������4^^<H~H~H++++++  ++H-H-H ������������������ + ������������������++++  Au endless variety of Well Bound Books, Xmas  Cards  in great profusion and more  to arrive in a few days. \ , V  e������������o������oeoo������0969oeo������ooo������������8������������e������e������}e������oe������������e������>co*9������������(������������e������o������������9e  I  0  ><?.  Mi  m  I  fa !=!  tl''  i  tea '���������*  fss-  '���������&  Hi  flj  a %*, is  I ft  likti  iffl  II.  n  m  .fl  IM  mi  m  I������J������1  m  mi  lm  m  ���������i pi  111  m  * 'K-  < 5x1  It*.  ill  ���������tfl:!  If!  m  ������f  mm 'r^ii-tmi������'i.i\.~������'.%\t,\'**"'���������'��������� ;���������* i-<tv- ii>������������������������^wwj.aft',7w^WiSil3^Jirii^%|iVPi������������SVSr-S;  mi  greys  I  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, December 27, 1902.  Mining News.  The forces at the Black Prince and  Ottawa minea has been reduced on account of the low price of silver. Both  mines shipped a car of ore each the past  week to the Hall smelter in Nelson.  The bond on the Lucky Jim has been  thrown up. The property was leased a  short time ago b}r Messrs. Goldsmith  and Jeffries, who thought they could  turn its large zinc bodies into account  and make a profit. It now appears the  zinc of that property carries a large per  centago of iron, which would have to be  milled before the ore could be shipped  to the smelter.  A rich strike is reported on the. Re-'  public mine, which is in < barge of R. C.  Campbell-Johnson. The find was encountered near the surface and giresj  high values, being rich in native silver.  The Republic has just sent out its first  shipment of 20 tons to the Nelson smel-  He Got the Boy.  A merchant/in an eastern city lately  pat an advertisement in a paper headed  "Boy wanted!"  The next morning he found a band-,  box on his step, with this inscription on  the top:  "How will this one answer?"  On opening it he found a nice, fat  chubby looking'specimen of th* article  he wanted'warmly done up in  flannel!  Methodist clnirch services on Sunday,  the pastor R. J. Mclntyre will preach at  11 a. in. and 7.30 p. m. ������ Evening subject "Power of the human tongue." The  choir will be assisted by Mr. Sullivan of  Nelson. .Sunday school at 2 30 p. m.  and Junior league Tuesday afternoon at  3.15. Watch night service on New-  Year's eve at 11.15 p. m. Service at  Three Forks on Monday at 6.30 p. m.  The formation in thegoldfields of South  Africa is peculiar. The gold is in reefs.  According to the Mining and Scientific  Press, these reefs are massive and made  Quiek Ideals  ter and more will  follow  shortly.   Tho | n,, 0f coarse granile   conglomerate   and  ore averges .f9G a sack, 20 sacks going as | sandstone, with here and there large  or  high as $422 each.  A deal has been put through in Ross-  land whereby New York capitalists,  represented by W. W. Ilageman, have  secured a two-years' working bond on  the Hnngryman, on Rover creek, noar  Slocan Junction. The property has a  big showing of pyritic ore, carrying an  average of $20 in copper and gold. About  $0,000 have already been expended in  development. The bond holders will  install a plant and start a crew of men  to work after the holidavs.  We have not abvaneed the price of  our tobaccos. Amber smoking tobacco,Bobs, Currency and Fair Play  chewing tobaccos are the same size  and price to Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended the time for  the redemption of Snowshoe tags to  January 1st 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  small cement seams. The gold is not in  the quartz or limestone, but in cement,  The streaks which carry the cold are  from 6ix inches to 60 feet in width, and  almost invariably widen with depth.  When the outcropping is first discovered  it looks like a vertical vein, but soon  flattens out on depth. The mining  there is more like coal than gold mining any where else. Shafts are nearly  all 16 x 8 or 16 x 6.  The Host Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED HIDST SCENKRY  UNRIVALLED FOR QRANDEUR.  HALCYON SPRINCiS, ARROW LAKE, B.C.  *J  Resident phycieian and nurse. I3.in.ting,  fishing anil excursions. In telegraphic communication with all parts of the world. Two  mails arrive anil depart every day. Special  Winter Terms: $12 to $lfl per week-, Recording  to lesidenee in hotel or villas. Its baths cure  all nervous and muscular diseases. Its waters  heal all kidney, liver and xtomach ailments.  I have placed in a stock of  slielf and heavy ha'rdware,-suitable to the needs of everything in  the district. It will pay you.to  call on me if you need anything  in the line of Building and Mining Supplies before going else-  ��������� where.        My stock of  Stoves, 'Ranges, Tinware,  .&c, is large and well assorted.       Plumbing  Steam-fitting,   Sheet   and  Metal Roofing a  y       specialty.        Repairing neatly done.     '  3=a������<i*JM������iAK3KtMUUV^r.fU.������tl  Of delightfully appetizing d'anti-  ness 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 and Pickled danties to be  found in bur stock of groceries,  and the other���������a small amount of  mouey with to purchase an ample supply. .; - ���������  But whether you manage a home, hotel, or mine we can fil  your order with high quality groceries at the.right prices.  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongue and Salt Pork a specialty.  Always a choice supply on hand of'all kinds of   '  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh and Salt Fish,  Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Game in season. *  SANDON, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND,  NELSON,  KASLO,  TRAIL, REVEL8TOKE,  GRAND FORKS,  PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK.   FORT STEEL.  KBsiii���������aBCosirwiiii ������������������!���������! i :trwm rtmas  NEW YORK. BREWERY,  SANDON  Towgood & Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  n.mMMjujMM-mamjrxum  Try the Review for you next order of commercial stationery. We have received a choice new stock of  letterheads, note heads, bill heads, statements and  .everything required in the line of office work. ��������� A  fine line of colored inks will arrive in a few days, and  all orders will receive prompt attention. Atrial  solicited; satisfaction guaranteed.  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  m  ml  m  I  n  ������������������������it  m  M  1*. .I  sail  Wi  ���������M  M  M  m  ���������������������������it a  ft?  m  m  %  m  m  m  w  m  ��������� I  ?  .v {> - J  ml  < wl  m  w  . t������**fl  \i\  m  m  m  m  hn  ���������\$  m  is  mi  WM  11  mm  mm  im  'M  f///i,  P  s  fim  WM  fffl0\  mm  1m  ���������fell  it 1  mi  If!  W!M 1  ������:j j.l*t, %-,;,-���������:. .^'W4i*tia*aarii������wra'������U;:; ^ j  m  m  m  'l/'f" f  '������ 1,", 'ii'-  1  ateiiaBiiiiwsusmiwa^^ view.  VOU 6��������� XO. 28.  iAKDON, B. 0., SATURDAY, BECF.MBEJi 27, 1902.  2.00 PEE YEAR  XMAS   ENTllRFAINMENTS,  Presbyterian Entertainment and Tree  The Christmas tree ami concert held  by the Prtsbyterian church last Tuesday  evening, in the union hall, wai a grand  success. The hall was packed to the  doors snd the large audience greatly enjoyed the entertainment. There i������ always a pleasure attached to the amusement furnished by the little ones, and  to judge by the great applause, given to  them, the little tota are the favorites ol  Sandon. The programme waa a very  long one������������������a little too much eo��������� hut was  carried through withont a hitch. The  songs were warmly applauded,and where  harmony was lacking, the heartiness  wiih which they were rendered, more  than made up for the discord. There-  citations, dialognes, etc., of the children  were interspersed -with those of grown-up  people, which 'gave an evenness, to the  entertainment and encouragement to  youngsters. It would he hard to single  out those for special mention, as to do  so would be to name them all, and we  have not -''the space" at onr command.  Some of the leading features were those  of the outsiders who voluntary took pari  and eontributedmnoHmalldegreeto the  success of the evening; Of these the  dialogue "The train to Mauro" waB the  most laughable. The leading .character  a country woman going to visit her sick-  daughter at Mauro, was taken by Herb  Sharp, who acted the part to. perfection'..  Womandke he carried a hsbketful of  remedies for every ailment thpt flenh is  and persistently uttered them to the  sullen operator, only to be met with a  eiirt refusal. The trouble arose over the  name of the station. The woman wanted to take the train to Mauro, the operator thought she meant tomorrow, ami  did not wake up to the fart unt-H-tht*  train pulled into thotation, leaving the  sharp-tongued lady but a few minutes  to gather up her numerous parcels scattered round and catch the train. The  confusion can be better imagined than  described, while the smile of the operator, at getting even with the garrulous  old lady, would do you good tosee. Mr.  Sharp also gave a number of selections  on the mouth organ and boned together,  and received such an encore ho had to  come back. Rev. Mr. Kubb uaug "Bonnie Dundee" and was alio loudly encored,butjtime would notnllow it mid lhe  programme was rushed on. MUs Alice  Trtmary gave an exhibition of club  swing that met with hearty applause,  while the grand march duet on lhe  piano by Mr. Fallows and Mrs. Tow-  good, and the singing of the latter, called  forth a thunder of upplanse. Rev. Mr.  Mclntyre acted as chairman and k������pt  the audience In good humor during the  entertainment. The feature of the evening was the tree. The presents for the  children were all right, but some for  others caused much laughter as they  were held up to view when the "lucky"  ones reached the stage.  IN THE   METHODIST CHURCH.  The concert and Xtnae tree in the  Methodist church on Christinas eve waa  well patronized. The edifice was too  email and filliHl to overcrowding. The  church was nicely decorated for the occasion and the tree taatily arranged and  loaded down with presents fur the little  ones and big ones too. A good pro"  gramme was presented, which wns much  the same of the preceding night to need  comment. Everyone enjoyed the entertainment furnished by the children.  The leading features were the dialogues  and recitations of the Karr family, boys  and -girl?,- whoseem quite at home on  the stage, and with voice and action  give life to their parts and encouragement to the other. Aleo Master Brooks  who committed to memory and recited  -with much force the longest piece of the  evening without a break. The tray drill  by iour girls, namely, Violet Jones, Sylvia Warner, Minnie Thompson and  Mabel Karr was ranch admired. The  young ladies keeping perfect step, time  and movement to the stirring marches  rendered by Miss Minnie McKinnon.  A quartette composed of the Misses Ada  and Stella Pound, and Messrs. M. L.  Grimmett and -Re'7. Mclntyre' rendered  "He is the King," the solos being taken  by Miss Stella Pound, and -brought-out  a.rousing encore to which they responded.Herb (sharp and Frank McKinnon  kept the audience in fits of laughter by  their humorous recitationn. Later in a  dialogue 'entitled "Doing the Grand,"  Master Frank started out to do so^ but  slipped up omit.'just.-when "he'thought  he had a grand dinner fur himself. The  distribution ��������� of the presents on the  XmiU tree was patiently awaited with  pleasure by the youngsters, and watched  with interest by the others. A good  marcv "boobies" were awaiting claimants, but a good many did not show  up, having received a pointer or two  the night befoie.  Local News Notes.  A Happy New Year to you.  Mondav was the shortest day" of the  year.  J. M. Harris waa in Nelson the aarly  part of the week.  "Houdsie" ie back to town from Fer-  nie for the hockey Beacon.  \V. A. Yaw key, Jr., of the Ivatihoe  come in on Wednesday's train.  N. J. IvHvauaugh spent Xmas day  with his family at New Denver.  Hoy Sharp of Nelson iu spending hli  Xmas holidays with hip parents here.  Kev. A. J. Suvmour of Klocun City  spent Xmas in Sandon at the Methodist  parsonage.  K. B, Mi-Camim.n, formeily C. I\ R.  agent here, ai rived in town Xmas eve  for a fhort stay.  Mr. Geo, Beavo aud Blanche Davie of  Keveh������tnkeare (���������pending a few days with  friends  inthc city.  The mines and mills closed down for  a few days this week to allow the men  to spend Chiibtmaa wheie and how they  choose.  Mrs. (.Capt.) Reid, oi Slocan City, is  spending a few days in town the guest  of Mrs. W. Richards.  Rev. W. D. Misner. and wife of  Ka������lo shared dinner with the Rev. Mr.  Mclntye on Xmas day.  Tlie Spokane Falls & Northern railway has reduce its passenger rates from  five to three cents a mile.  The soft weather of the past few days  is keeping the rotary busy on the K. &  S. clearing the track of slides.  The soft weather of tlie past few days  has caused the slide season to set in  prematurely. Ho far w'������ have not heard  of any accidents resulting therefrom.  Geo. W. Hughes left for Spokane on  Monday. After a short stay there he  will leave for the east, in connection  with the silver-lead delegation and to  spend the winter months 'at; his old  home.  A troupe of Nelson curlers is expected  in tonight to compete with Sandon  rinks in a friendly game. The skating  rink will'.be" utilized for the occasion,  consequently there will be no skating  this evening.  A lot of fine fancy goods, Vwhich arrived too late for the Xmas trade, are  being sold cheap for cash at ClifFe'B  bookstore. Call early, and get your  choice before they are allgone, asthe  supply is limited and going fast. .-  Mr. Lovering, teacher, was the recipient of a handsome gold ring set with a  fine large opal, at the Xmas tree on  Tuesday evening. The present was the  gift of one of his scholars, and testa the  popularity of the teacher with his  pupils.  The Midway & Vernon Railway Co.  will apply to parliament next session for  aa act declaring the railway to be a  work for the general advantage of Canada, extending the time within which it  may construct the same, and giving the  company power to dispose of the line.  After the Xmas festivities combine  pleasure with recuperation by attending  the grand bail of the season at the Halcyon Hot Springe on New Year's eve.  fc'or the small sum of $10 you can dance  to your heart's content and enj< y the  bathe and health-giving waters for six  days.  There are many handsome calendars  being distributed tho phi������t week or two  by our hnMneas men, hut few surpass  the thrilling scene depicted on those  presented by Harry Nash, our tinsmith  and plumber. It ia a beauty and run Id  easily be fratimd and be an ornament  to any house,  Wedeiireto express unr thanks to  the New York Brewery Co., of thin city,  for a Christmas reminder in the shape  ot half a dozen bottles of their sparkling  lager beer and one of the handsomest  calendars prepwnted this season. The  Sandon lager beei isMtrpassed by none  and ia rapidly taking the place of all  bottled importations in a large section  of this country.  First  Hockey Match.  The first hockey match of the season  was played Xmas day between a picked  team, who styled themselves the ���������'Victoria^ and the regular senior seven. At  no stage of the game were the seniors in  it, and were easily vanquished  to the tune of 8 goals to4. The teams  lined up in the following order.  Victorias. Sandon.  J. McKinnon       forward      R. Hoods  W. ChiFe K Crawford  J. Smith A.   Grierson  E. Bloomfield Brown  R. J. Mclntyre cover point R. Crawford  R.Sharp point J.   Crawford  J. ilogan goal       F. J. Ritchie  W. Warner Renews Wonderful Lease.  Mr. W. Warner has taken a renewal  lease on the Wonderful after a few  weeks'consideration. He secures by  the renewal of the lease on more favorable terms than he previously had, and  thinks with the large amotint of zinc  known to exist on the property, along  with both silver and lead he will have  better success by the new terms. He  will.commence.work'in a few days -with  a small force of men and will confine his  attention principally to the mining of  zinc. The zinc will return a 54 per cent,  product with 145 ounces of silver to the  ton, giving comparatively no lead values.  Hotel Reco Arrivals.  J R BnckW, Spokane; Geo A Campbell, Victoria; N F Macleod, Nelson; F  J Gavin, Vancouver; Mrs BP Lit tie and  son, P O Molson, city; R BMcCammon,  Toronto; P H Walsh, A F, Pearson, J \V  Prink, Kaelo; A E Matheys, Chicago;  Constance Brett, Nakusp; St Kimo  Davis. Reco mine: L R Ashford, H Ash-  ford, Texas mine; J W Gaukroger4, Slocan Star mine; W H  Yaw key,  Detroit.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The  following are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tons.  SILVER-LEAD.  Ruth 42  Ivanhoe ;>0  Slocan Star.... ;!0  American Boy.. ,,... 42  Reco, ai  Payne ,...., f.0  Total... 215  ZINC.  Pavne  105  Tout    105  A movement is being started by a section of the hotel men in RoBsland to  inaugurate high license regulations.  They desire that tho hotel license bo  mitted to $1,000 per annum, pay&hle in  advance, and maintain that the city's  revenue would not suffer, while the  weeding out of weak ���������nterpHses would  enable the remainder to operate at a  profit.

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