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Array 0,  VOL.  -NO. 33.  SANDON, B. 0., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1002.  $2.00 PER YEAR.  Town Jotting's.  ���������Tlio Payne concentrator ia going  ahead very rapidly.  Jfi'. O. Cdipman, provincial assessor,  was in the oily tins weak.  A. Ii. Gray who was very ill here some  days ago, died in Nelson shortly after  1)is return. (  Bradstreet's man was here thc other  day. lie says the country is not in a  healthy condition.  Silverton and Naw Denver combined  are going to try conclusions wiLh the  Slocan hockeyists.  >$���������._ ��������� The C. V. Ii. is going to spend a quarter of a million dollars on its Kootenay  branches this year.  The riosshind school  board  is adding  to its teaching.stair and advancing the  <     salaries of tlie teachers.  Even the Ledge lias copied the Blue-  streak's cock and hull yarn about a reduction of the Everett smelter rates. -..-'-.  Victoria has gone Liberal the first  tune in its 'history, electing Riley by 420  majority, for the House of Commons,  oyer Barnard. .  During the week th������ thermometer has  run   from   10   to 20 below zero.   Three  years ago, however,'at this time.it .went  *'.-'.   a few nights to 24. -  They came within an ace.of having a  good healthy-(ire at the Payne residence  the.other. night.' Timely action when  the tire was just taking hold saved the  structure.-,.   _...:���������'.'.- .,,;. ���������.���������,.'��������� ,'r.; \/  YChasYY-Walnisley has bought '''out-''his  brother's interest in the draying business, and is now in harness. George'is'  going to the Horsefly country in the  spring. :     . '-.  A miner named Alexander Eraser was  accidentally killed in tlie Last Chance  mine on Wednesd.sy. While .working in  the tunnel a cave-in took place, killing  him almost, instantly. lie was said to  be a steady, respectable man.   '  The Nelson Tribune has ^the Minnesota Silver Co." operating the Alamo  mine. Tin's probably has resulted from  a confusion of names. That'conip;.iiy  is operating the Ivanhoe and not the  Idaho or the -Alamo. G. W. Hughes  looks after the two latter.  The Methodists held a very pleasant  social in the church on Thursday evening. Tea, music and recitations constituted the programme. The most satisfactory feature of it was that all were  ' -pleased, with the entertaining lines  of the evening.  A couple of chaps personated in the.  late Slocan municipal elections and trot  two month's apiece for it. Served them  right. Any man can vote in a Britjoh  CcTluin.hia municipal election by paying  a $5 business tax, and that ought to be  cheap enough for any one.  On Wednesday an accident, occurred  to a. miner at the Whitewater mine,  whose name we are unable (o learn. He  was by some means knocked several feet  down a shaft and badly bruised. Dr.  Hartin, of. Kaslo, came up to attend  him.  C. E.Fielding, one of the locators of  the famous Arlington mine at Slocan,  has filed in Spokane his answer in the  suit brought bv Frank Watson against  him and asks for $32,000. Watson had  started suit against Fielding for if0,700,  claimed to be due for services rendered.  Fielding's answer makes some serious  charges against plaintifTTVarson, claiming that through misrepresentations he  defrauded Fielding out of stock in the  Arlington mines to the value of .$32,000.  Mr. and Mr.  T.  friends in Nelson.  Sharp   are   visitini  Lead and copper are going up a little  in the London matket. ���������  Stock-taking is all the rage now.  There is plenty of leisure to do it in.  I.;. Pratt, manager of the Last Chance,  is on a short business trip to   Spokane.  The Rev. "Father Pat" who used to  be stationed at Rosslaud, died in Montreal on Sunday last.  W. D. Wrighter, of Spokane, and H.  Coleman, of Pittsburg, both interested  in the American Buy, were up to the  property last week, and found things  quite satisfactory.  There will be a hockey match Saturday  veiling betw.ien the .Sandon Juniors  and Kaslo clubs at Kaslo. A>������spi?chil  rate has been secured on thc K. ec S.  good to go Saturday, February 1st,  returning good until Monday, at rate of  single fare for 10 hockey players, and  fare of $2.75 round trip for the- public.  Section 22 of the School ,Act provides  that in.city, school districts the qualifications for voters are the same as those  fwrmayor, and clause 28 says no one can  be elected a trustee who is not ah elector. As one of the newly appointed  trustees is not an elector for mayor lie  cannot' be a ��������� trustee, even if properly  elected. It is alsoapointof law whether  or not a man can hold the dual office of  trustee and alderman. Of course, the  Board of Education in Victoria must  decide these points.  Aid. Brown knows there was a mistake in not having school trustees mentioned in the alderrnanic proclamation,  and-blames Mr. Clifle, as sec, treas. of  the board last year, for not having called the- attention of the council to the  law on the subject. It was the duty of  City Clerk Lyons to have done that, as  Mr. Clitic is not paid for posting either  the clerk or the council. This paper  has frequently called the Attention of  the eouncilto such things in the past  and'bus never been thanked for it.  Coming* to a Head.  Mines and Mining.  The Neepawa is now going to ship  regularly.  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Reco mine will bo held this month.  The Molly Gibson is now shipping 12  tons of ore daily, and will 'shortly increase the tonnage.  They claim to have found placer gold  at Sunias, and there is a rush to that  locality.  Geo. W. Hughes is shipping steadily  from the Sunset. He meets with no  phenominal finds, but a good streak of  high grade ore.  The Payne has the lead in No. S or its  lowest tunnel, but without any particu-  Jar ore body so far. Il has, however,an  excellent showing in No. Ii tunnel.  The Silversmith, one of the Slocan  Star group, is exceeding itself by leaps  and bounds. Seventy-three sacks of  ore were taken out in one day the first  of the week. There are now in the face  of the tunnel seven feet of ore, most of  which.is clean and of very high grade.  Sacking and stoping are going on steadily and an orehouse will be erected at  once. Byron White is not yet fully  aware of the magnitude of this find,  and umnv surmise that when he learns  Matters are coming to a head so far as  mining in this country is concerned.  It looks now as if. we had seen the worst  of things and that another year will not  have elapsed before silver lead mining  in B. C. is on a footing to make something for the owners, to give employment to miners and place commercial  business on a iuucbr- be'ttirrt. footing.  Rere is from the Spplcesniau-RoviawJ:  Nelson, Jan. 25��������� li. LV Sander.1: of  Spokane, who is interested in thp, Sullivan Group Mining co 'if'a'rvy, i^a guest  at the Hume. He lus jifst returned  from a visit to the property, in East  Kootenay. Air. Sanders says thai his  com pay intends on Lhe completion of its  smelter and lead refinery aL Marysviile,  in East Kootenay, lo add a- lead corroding works for the purpose of manufacturing white lead.  "What is the use," said Mr. Sanders,  "of selling our lead for 1.2 cents per  pound, when we can take ; tlie bullion  and refine it into pig lead, take the pig  lead arid corrode it into white lead and  get 5 cents per pound for it! We have  made some inquiries into the question  and have found one considerable about  the business,of white lead manufacturing. Formerly it took from three to six  weeks to corrode lead, but under a new  process the corroding can be accomplished in" two or three days.  . "The plant required for the new process, as I understand it, does not cost  nearly as much as one for the old process. AVe behave, that we will be the  pio,vi-?er white lead manufacturers.-in  Canada. .'":���������'���������','  "So.far as the smelter and lead refinery are concerned, we are rushing construction and the order* to Llie builders  are to push matters, no matter what the  exdense may be, to the end that the  smelter and lead refinery may lie completed by June 1. The frames of the  smelter buildings are up. The lire  brick is on thegroniid and so is most of  the material for the furnaces. We have  our powerheuse finished and the generators and water wheels should soon  come to hand. The plant will have a  capacity ofSOO horse power and will he  used to "run the crushers and other ma.  chinerv in our smelter. The C. P. R-  trains run to and from Kimherly pass  through Marysviile and a spur has been  conptruc'jed to our smelter site.  This is followed up as follows from  the Montreal Star:     ;  Montreal, Jan. 24,���������It is understood  the Canadian Paint company is considering the proposal to establish a factory for the manufacture of white and  red"load and litharge from lead mined  in British Columbia. The decision of  the Canadian Pacific railway to establish a lead refinery has brought the matter to a head. Thousands of ions of lead  are now imported, chiefly from Germany, some of it manufactured from  load ore actually mined in Briti-h Columbia, ft is understood now that  flirt establishment of a factory merely  depends upon the government extending sufficient protection lo -the promoters. The cost of machinery, etc., is  very high.  What wonM be best for this country  all around immediately is reciprocity  with the United States as then we  would get there what, the American  mines get from the trust, about four  cents for lead in bullion at present. If  we cannot get that let us have reciprocity in tariff and exclude importations  of lead in every form from Canada,  manufacture to meet   all requirements  lead or manufactured, as markets offer,--  for our surplus.   But one of these alternatives is the only salvation for silver-  lead mining in Canada, and the soonerc  the people compel the   Ottawa  government   Lotake action   the better for the"  whole of Canada-.   Jt may compel Canadians to pay a little more, for  a time,  for their requirements; hut it will   give  employment to many now out of it, and  build up in tins province   a  large  consuming population for the products  of  the eastern provinces. ,  Curling*.  If the prevailing cold weather continues, as yet there lias been no oneeudow-  ed with prophetical powers enough to  fomist to the contrary) the indications  are that the Bonspiel to be held here on  this month will terminate successfully. The affair will continue for five  successive days commencing on Friday  the 17t.h inst. and ending the following  Tuesday inclusive. In Lhe matter of  representaLion the'speil will be well  patronized from outside points as Nelson, Rossland, Reveistoke have so far  signified their intention of sending  rinks, but the number at the present  juncture has not been determined upon.  As well as the towns named it is expected that the Boundary and other points  will swcllthe n limber. We annex a  summary ofthe trophies so far arranged-  to be played for, viz:  Geo. Tuckett & Co. of Hamilton, will  this year present, four medals to the  winner of then* handsome cup.  -TheNew York. Life. Insurance Co.,  donators of the Grand Challenge cup,  have through.their Winnipeg manager,  J. G. Morgan, signified their intention  of giving lour gold medals with their  cup.  The Hudson Bay'Co.''have given notice that, lhey will 'again put up four  valuable souvenirs to accompany their  fine cup.  W.T.Oliver, E'pq;, gives four prizes  to lhe losing rink in the finals for his  trophy.  Sandon Curling Club will present four  valuable prizes to accompany the'..Hon.  O. H. Mcintosh's all comers cup.,  M. L. Grimmett, ".president:,of the  As "win tion, gives four prizes to accompany Die 0':v������r cup.  E. R. Atherton donates a prize for  points.  N. J. CavanatighY rink composed of  Thos. Robertson, 1st; Chas. McLachlah  2nd: Thos. Brown, 3rd, and Nick Cav-  anaugh, skip, won ' the club schedule  prizo of four sweaters.  A new* schedule is now being played  for E. R. Atherfon's prizes. Competition is keen.  a'l the facts, he will order the opening  up of the Slocan Star again in full force, and then have choice of export  in   raw  Many of our townspeople were shocked on Monday evening to hear of the  accidental killing of J. Roderick Robertson, of Nelson, in New York that day.  The vram reports say he wan killed in  the Murray Hill hotel by flying debris  from n dynamite' explosion. They are  excavating in that city near that hotel  for a tunnel, nnd by some means astore  of dynamite exploded mid did the work.  S'-ime 75 people in that hotel were either  killed or hurt, and some hundreds were  hurt or killed in the city altogether.  Mr.'Robertson was one of the most  prominent, and successful mining men  ln the Knotcnays. He leaves a wife  and several children to mourn hisnii-  timelv end.  The following nre the .pre shipments  from Sandon, for the week were:  Mine. Tong#  Ivanhoe _   _  4Q  Sunset  20  Last Chance , 20  Aeco  20  American Boy ,  21  S  jfflBrHBSBBkBBBiwinmWBSws'a*^^  mnnma. EPILEPSY CURABLE.  & DISEASE  THAT HAS     LONG-  BAFFLED     MEDICAL  SKILL.  ���������A.  Gauthier,     of Bucking-  ,  Gives His Experience for  T&Ii'. M  ham  the Benefit of Other Suffer  ers  from    This  Terrible  Malady.  From the Post, Buckingham, Que.  We    venture   to      say  that in  our  town of 3,000 inhabitants few  business men arc better known than Mr.  M. A. Gauthier, the young* and hustling     butcher      of     Main   street.    He  WUMi't, however,  as energetic or    as  hustling a couple  of years ago as he  is  to-day,   ana  for  a good   : reason������������������  he  wasn't   well.    Having* gone     into  business ere reaching his majority his  desire 10 succeed was such  that     no  hood was paid   to  keeping   Lhe   body  in the state of     health necessary to  stand a strain, aud in consequence of  the extra demands  upon  the system  it became run down to such an     ex-  Lent, ihal epilepsy or falling* sickness  resulted. and these lapses    into    unconsciousness     becoming    alarmingly,  frequent ho consulted, physicians and  Look  some     remedies,   but     without.  beneficial results.     Finally seeing Dr. ;  Williams'  Fink Pills advertised as  a  cure for falling sickness he decided to  give them a '.rial.    vYs  to  the Post cannot do better  Mr.  Otuithier's     story     in  words   :    "Vex,"  said  Mr.  "for nearly four years I  epilepsy     or falling fits,  3P  >a.<  Th  ?et  EVENING WAIST.  32 to 40 Bust.  c  Sozodosit XsiocuicS 25c.. I<argo.Ivf.cs'Jii<3. asicl Powder 7Sc������  At all stores or by mail.    Sample of the Liquid for the postage, 3c  ,   . HALL  & EUCKEL,  Montreal.   ���������  the result  than give  his     own  Gauthier,  suffered from  which   took  me without warning and usually   in  most inconvenient places.   I am just  iwenty-four years of age, and I think  T   started   business     too   young  and  ihe fear of    failing spurred  me     to  greater     efforts    perhaps    than was  good for my constitution,  and     the  consequence was  that I  became subject to     those    attacks which came  without     any     warning  whatsoever,  leaving    me terribly     sick and weak  after    they    had passed.   2 got     lo  dread their recurrence, very much.    t  consulted    doctors     and    took their  remedies to no-'purpose,  tho fits still  troubled    me.   I saw Dr.     Williams'  Pink Pills advertised and determined  to try them.   I did so, and the medicine helped me so much that I    got  more and kept on taking ihetn, until  to-day I am as- well, yes better, than  1 ever was, and am not troubled at  all by epilepsy or the fear,   of     Lhe  tits seizing me again.   Thinking .there  may be others similarly afflicted,    I  give my story to the Post :  it may  \pefhaps    lead      them  to give     this  great medicine  a  trial."  ''Dr.-Williams'-Pink Pills area positive cure for all "diseases arising from  impoverished blood,     or  a  weak, or  shattered, condition  of  the     nervous  system.   Every     dos^      makes   new,  rich, red blood and gives tone to the  nerves,  thus curing such diseases   as  epilepsy, St.  Vitus' dance, paralysis,  rheumatism,   sciatica,   heart  troubles  .anaemia, etc.   These pills are also a  cure for the ailments that make   the  lives  of so many  women  a constant  ���������misery.   They, aro sold in  boxes, the  wrapper around whicli  bears  the full  name���������Ur.   Williams'     Pink  Pills  for  Pale People.    Can be procured     from  druggists      or will  be sent by mail.  post paid,  at 50 cents a box, or six  boxes  for  ������2.50,   by  addressing   the  Dr.   Williams'  Medicine     Co., "Broek-  ville,  Ont.  All waists of light fabrics made in  baby fashion are in the height of  style for evening wear and are both  charming and. almost universally becoming. The very pretty model illustrated is of louisinc silk, in a  soft shade of pink, banded with  black velvet ribbon and finished  wilh1 a drapery of pink tulle at the  neck. Over the shoulders are black  velvet, straps, covered with embroidery in pink and white and hold by  fancy ornaments All soft pliable  materials are, however, appropriate  and the waist can be raised either by  being made high, with yoke and long  sleeves or low with elbow sleeves,  having thc' shoulders cut away or  not, as shown in small'drawings,.  The lining is carefully fitted and  closes'at. the'centre front. The full  soft back and fronts are simply gathered at upper and lower edges and  arranged over the foundation. The  extension^ straps: arc cut in one with ,  the waist and covered with any desired material. The tulle bertha is  shirred on indicated lines arid arranged over the neck edge. . When  yoke and sleeves are desired they  can be made of the same or contrasting material either as a separate guimpo with the lining for a  foundation as part of the waist. The  elbow sleeves arc both fashionable  and cut on exceptionally good lines,  as the puffs fall exactly at, the elbows so allowing perfect freedom for  the arms.  To cut this waist for a woman of  medium size 2 yards of; material 21  or 27 inches wide, or 1������ yards 44  inches wide will bo required with 2-J-  yards of all-over lace for yoke ancl  long sleeves, IA- yards for elbow  sleeves aiid one yard of chiffon or  tulle for bertha. Y  SNAIL RACES.  Some Florcntlan experts in sua.il-  ology. finding Lime hang heavy on  1 heir hands, conceived Lhe idea of accurately calculating Lhe travelling  speed of snails, and, with this end in  view, it, was decided Lo make a scries of more or Jess elaborate experiments. Half-a-dozen of thc molluscs  were permitted to crawl between two  points 10 feet apart. Exact time  was kept from the start to the finish,  :ind thus the average pace was ascertained. The experimenters reduced their figures into tables of feet,  and thus found that it would take a  snail exactly fourteen days to travel  a; mile.  Dyspepsia Specialist (irritably)���������  "But, madam, you. must chew your  food. What were your teeth given  you for ?" Female Patient (calmly)  "They weren't given to :uc���������I bought  ���������'������tti"-  THE MOST THRIFTY PEOPLE. ,-'  Norwegians - are surely the most  thrifty of Europeans, The average  age income of the! inhabitants of  Norway, according to the census of  1001, is 326 kroner, or about $80 a  year. Small- as this is, the people  are able to save, for there is a savings bank for every 5,000 inhabitants, one depositor for . every 2.8  inhabitants, with au average deposit  of 119 kroner.  SHE  HAD  HER  WAY.  "I shall have to ask- you for a  ticket for that boy, ma'am."  "I think not."  "He's too old to travel free.     He  occupies a whole seat and the     carriages  are  crowded.   There  are pco-  , pie standing up."  J    "That's all  right."  !  . "I haven't time to argue .the-: matter,' ma'am.   You'll have to pay for  that boy."  i    "I've never paid for 1dm yet,  and  , I am not going to now."  j    "You've  got to   begin  some  time.  If you haven't had      to pay for him  you're mighty     lucky,  or    else you  don't do much travelling."  "That's all right."  "You'll pay for that boy, ma'am,  or I'll put him out."  "That's all right. ��������� You put him off  if you think that's the way to get  anything out of inc."  "You ought to know what the  rules of this line are, ma'am. How  old is that boy '?"  "I don't know. I never saw him.  befoi*"?. If you want a ticket for him  you'd better ask that old gentleman  on the other seat. He got it with  him." ���������       '  !   '   :.  ���������������������������   . f���������-���������  f inanfs Liniment Cures Burns, etc,  ��������� -  - ������������������?  WITHOUT" A CURVE.  There is a.railway over the Egyptian desert which runs for forty-live  miles.'in .a straight .line, but this is  easily beaten in Australia. The railway from Nyngan to liourke, in New  South Wales, runs over a plain  which is as level as a billiard tabic,  for 126 miles in a mathematically  straight line. There is. hardly an  embankment, nowhere a curve, and  only three very slight elevations.  DRINKING A TOAST.  The origin of the word "toast"   in  drinking a health-is interesting. The  drinks most in use in-the seventeenth centuries were sack, caiuvy,  claret,   sherry and  others,   to  which      it  was customary to add honey,    sugar,  giner, ���������   cinnamon     and  other ingredients ; also a piece of toast,  which  floated on top of the liquor and was  1 supposed     to give it     an additional  j flavor.   Later     on, in the eighteenth  .century,     Dr. Johnson relates :     "A  j certain -beau,.., being at Bathy pledged  J a noted   beauty in  a glass  of  water  taken  from her  bath,   whereupon an-  , other roysterer cried  out he     would  I have nothing  to  do  with  the  liquor,  but  would have the toast���������that     is,  , the lady     herself."   'From  this inei*  dent, it is said, arose the habit     of '  giving a lady's name to preface     or  flavor the drinking of wine.     Hence  la popular     lady whose health     was  often drunk became "a toast"  Later the  word  mean any     sentiment  a drink. ���������  great toast.  conic to  prefaces  '���������t. - ���������*' ���������  or **a  has  which  -IN  TAKE NOTICE.  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agent's interviews, from well known people.  From all over America they testify  to the merits,of MINARD'S LINI-  of Household Rcm-  West Auura.lin'5 Premier  The new Premier of Western Australia, Mr. Alfred Edward Morgans,  is another example of the fact that  political preferment in Australia is  not blocked by foreign birth or experience. Mr. Morgans was born in  Wales, ' and was living in Mexico,  where ho was numbered among the  friends of FresidentDiaz, when the  gold fields of Western Australia wero  discovered. He     settled   in   Cool-  gardie, and in due course was its  representative in the Legislative Assembly, where he ��������� was a strong supporter of Sir John Forrest, now , a  Minister in the Federal Government.  Mr. Morgans is the principal ' proprietor of the Mount Morgans mine,  on the. Mount Margaret gold field,  and has started fruit farming on an  extensive scale.  MENT,  edies.  the best  C. C. RICHARDS ,%, CO  0Z0D0NT Tooth Powder 25c  Nearly eight million tons of British shipping pass the Suez Canal in a  year out of a total of 11 mil.".ons for  ull nations.  THE MOST NUTRITIOUS.  ������=  GRATEFUL-COMFORTING.  BREAKFAST-SUPPER.  BRITAIN'S DRINK BILL.  There are in the Bible 3,566,480  letters. Britain's drink bill last  year amounted to ������160,891,718,  This would allow Britons to place on  each letter in the Bible ������45 2s. 2������d.,  and leave over, ������2,000 to sfiarei  A Queer utiinc imputation.  A joint deputation from the  churches and the amateur sporting  associations is indeed, as a contemporary says, something in the nature  of a curiosity. Such a combination  recently waited upon the Chief Secretary of Victoria, Australia, to protest, against the invasion of cricket  and football matches in Melbourne  ��������� by professional  bookmakers. The  clerical section wanted betting made  a penal offence by act of Parliament;  the sporting section'would be content with powers to evict the bookmakers as "undesirable persons."  The Minister considered the latter  a reasonable proposal and, promised  to embody it in a bill.,  Honey as a I'������rfect Food.  Few^ people know that honey possesses a great value as food on account of its ease of digestion and ia  especially desirable for those with  .weakened digestive powers. The nectar of flowers is almost entirely enno  sugar. The secretions added by the  bees change this ' to grape sugar,  and so prepare it that it is almost  ready for assimilation without, any  effort on the part of the stomach.  The unpleasant symptoms from  which some suffer-after eating honey  may often be removed by drinking a  little milk.  '  '- __+-___��������� ������������������."���������--   Little Tiddle (nervously, to livery-  stable keeper)���������"Have you a very  quiet horse ? It must be like a lamb  neither kick nor shy, and not go too  fast." Livery-stable Keeper (eyeing  him contemptuously) ��������� "Certainly,  guv'nor Which'l! .yer have --a  clothes-'orso or a rockin'-'orse ?"-  "Don't you, miss your husband  very much now that he is away ?"  "Oh.no ! At breakfast 1 just stand  his newspaper up in front of a plate  and half the time I really forget he  isn't there."  Australia via Suez Canal is  00 miles nearer E  2ie, J by the Cape routei  only  Tl> CURE A COll> IV OXE IMY.  Take Lnxiuive Bromo Quioinc Tablets.   A'l ,  drtiRsdsts refund tne money If it fails to cure. 1900 miles nearer England than it is  E, VV,.Grove's sienaturti is oj������ each box.    "'- Lilr. Andrew  arms shows a  mounted     by  PERSONAL  POINTERS,  Gossip About Sonic of the World's  Leading People.  King Edward VII. is thc first British monarch to pIay**golf since the  days of James II. '  The Sultan' of Turkey has six sons  and seven daughters, who arc kept  in lhe securest seclusion, the former  never leaving the grounds of the  house in which they were born.  Carnegie's coat of  reversed crown sur-  a liberty *cap. A  weaver's shuttle and a" shoemaker's  knife arc upon thc escutcheon, Scotch  and American flags are thc supporters, and below is thc legend "Death  to Privilege." '    |  f-'h sulci      the      Baroness    Burdett-1  Couits live to witness     thc coronation of Edward  VII.  next June,     it  will be the third event of lho     kind  sho will  have  attended.   At Lho  age .  of sixteen she saw George IV. crown- ���������  ed,  and  she also  attended the     cor-i  ono Lion  of  Queen  Victoria.  Mine. Sarah Bernhardt says that  "the secret of her en.durance is that  she never rests. Fatigue," sho  adds, "is my, stimulant. Instead of  pulling me down, it spurs me on."  She goes to bed at threo in thc  morning invariably, and always  rises at nine. As for thc usual proscriptions for tho preservation - of  health, they receive scant attention  from her.  The most interesting member of thc  Danish  Court is the Princess Waldo-  mar.   Sho  is      an  line being scenes  and judges declare that, if she had  been stimulated by necessity, f-ho  might have rivalled Rosa Bonhour.  She is to be found in her studio  every morning, brush .in hand, and  clad in a -long painter's blouse, at  seven o'clock, absorbed in her favorite occupation. ......  A notable woman in her day has  been buried in Wrexham Cemetery,  England, in' the person of Ann  Blythc, widow of Sergeaiit-iUajor  Ephraim Blythc,- of the Royal Artillery. Mrs. Blythc was for twelve  months in the trenches before Selias-  topol with her husband, and 'shared'  -"���������.ho excessive hardships  incident      to  Queen's  books in  the public  I of Roumania.  I Nobody needs to be told that tlie  I Queen of England is among tho  friendliest and homeliest ladies in the  land. Sitting with a cottager on  the Sandringham estate, in her  Princess days, she took up a stocking to while away the time. "I  rather- pride. myself on the way I  can knit stockings," the Princess remarked ;   "I have just made a    pair  schools   COULD DO HIS PART ANYWHERE  thc Prince, ���������and-  The   I  off by  r i lithe  "So  for  cess was rudely broken  old lady's, startled exclamation  the Prince wears slockings, do 'o  Well, well. Ah, your Royal Highness ! only me and you, who makes  these stockings, knows thc 'orrible  oles the men do make in the 'eels !"  Sir William Olphcrts won thc coveted V.C. at Lucknow by a characteristic act of gallantry. Thc old  Perthshire Regiment, to which he  was attached at thc time, captured  some guns from thc enemy, but was  about to leave them behind for  want of horses to drag them away.  OJpherts was too keen a gunner to  consent to the abandonment of prizes  of that sort, so he galloped back,  under a perfect hail of lead, and  brought up the necessary horses. No  one thought he would get through  alive ; but he accomplished his object although he brought back several bullets as well as the horses,  and it was some time before he was  fit to take the field again.  1 The, King of Portugal, although  entirely against his doctor's advice,  artist, her special *s & somewhat great meat eater, and  from' animal life, thinks no form of cooking comes up  to that of tho English. When staying in England a few years ago he  visited Lord Salisbury's beautiful  seat at Hatfield. During dinner Lhe  conversation naturally turned upon  thc royal- visil, and Lhe Duke of  York���������now thc Prince of Wales���������who  was present, said to thc King, "Now  what has impressed your Majesty  most during your short stay in England ?" The King of Portugal replied, thoughtfully, '"Well, I think  the .English rroast beef is very delightful !>" "Oh !" laughed His  Royal Highness ; "but surely something else has impressed your, Majesty  as  well  ?"    "Ah  !."   enlhusins-  Thcre arc funny incidents in the  life of a photographer.1 A man camo  in the other day and_k>nkcd over all  the .samples, asking'the price' of  each.  "Do you want a sitting '?" f asked.  "1 don't see nothin' like what I  want," he replied.  1 told him thai if  rate what he wanted  range it.  "'I don't    know  as  said,   "for I don't see  like what I waul,." ,;-..  I had 'already said,  fit w'hile he     told  he 'would indi-  ,.. I .might     ar-  yotl   can,  iiO'thin'  at  he  all  ha l  to  I repeated v  He asked me  me: i  "You sec, it's like this," he began. "I had a girl that 1. loved, and  we was going to git married. She  had her things made up', and we was  all but ready when she., was taken ill  and died. And what I wanted was a  picture of me sittin'������ on her grave  weepin'."  I was touched at tho homely story  of grief, and told him I could send a  man with him to the grave and have  the- picture taken as 'desired.  "It's somo distance," he said.  It's over in Ireland. T expect it 'ud  cost a. lot to scud over your traps  for what I want."  I said  it would.  "I thought," he answered, "lhat  mebbe you could rig up a grave hero  in vour shop and I would weep on il,  .It's  CHILDHOOD INDIGESTION.  Oiften Leads to Serious Trouble  Unless Prompt Steps Are Taken to Check ft���������How This Can  Best be Done.  Indigestion is a trouble that j.-; very  common in infancy and early childhood, and unless prompt una sure?  are taken to control It the- result j.-  often vory serious. It. prevents th>-  proper growth of Lhe child mid  weakens thc constitution, so that lie  is ��������� unable to resist other diseases  that are more dangerous. Fortunately, however, the trouble is w:ie that  is easily controlled. Proper food���������  not Loo much, but absolutely pure--  plenty of fresh air, and Baby':-.Own  Tablets, freely administered according to tho directions, will coon put  the    sufferer     right,1, and  ii'-.'Y'1  both'  and it would do  no trouble for  where."  just  as well,  me   to  weep  n ii v-  TI-IFJ FORCE OF  CYCLONES.  Careful estimates of the force of a  cyclone and the energy required to  keep a full-fledged hurricane in active operation reveal thc presence oi  a power that makes tho mightiest, efforts of man .appear as nothing in  comparison. A force fully equal to  over 400,000,000 L*o-.-se-power was  estimated as dovc-icped in a West Indian cyclone- This is about fifteen  times the. power that can be developed by all the means within the range  mother and child happv.  .,. E.  ono of  proved  Bassam, of Kingston. ')?,������������������  the many mothers who ���������.  the truth of this stalciuenl.. Sho  -says: "When my little girl v.as about  .three months old, she had indigestion very badly. Sho was vomiting  and had diarrhoea almost constantly. She was very thin, weighed only-  four pounds and although sho. had a  ravenous appetite hor food did her  no good whatever. J. had tried several medicines but thoy did not help  her. Then I. heard of Baby's Own  Tablets, and procured a box. After  giving her the tablets for u few days  The vomiting and diarrhoea, ceased,  sho began Lo improve *u once, and  grew plump and fat. I always give  her ihe Tablets now when she is ailing and Lhe result is always good:  Uaby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine I havo ever used for a  child."  These tablets will promptly cure all  the    minor ailments    of   little ones,  ^ueh   as   sour   stomach,  indigestion,  j colic,   constipation,   allay  lho  irril.a-  | lion     accompanying     the  cutting   of  'teeth, etc.     Thoy are good  for children, of all ages,     and   crushed    to a  powder or dissolved in water can.be  given with     absolute safety  to   the  | youngest infant.      If you cannot ob-  I tain ���������     Baby's  Own Tablets  at your  oi man's capabilities during the same', flruggists, they will he sent postpaid  -.he Crimean War. She was twice tically replied the King, "of course !  wounded. She survived her husband:The English boiled beef is also derive years,      and has died     at,     the .Hghtful  i ���������  age of seventy-three.  Mr. Sidney Cooper, R.A., is within  '���������ten months of his hundredth year.  His first picture was exhibited in tho  YHoyal Academy in 1834, and after  sixty-seven years of painting he  gives the following advice to. aspiring artists : "Let your watchword  be, T worship truth. Imitate,- Nature, closely * paint her as she.tis,  not as you fancy her. Man cannot  improve upon Nature.' " Tins' wonderful old man deplored that  working days are ended.  "Carmen Sylva"���������Elizabeth Queen  of Roumania���������whoso "Real Queen's  Fairy Book" is one of the host gift-  books published, ' is said to bo, a  ���������treat worker. She rises nt five  o'clock and works at her desk until  breakfast, after which time sue devotes herself to her duties as . consort of a. King. Carmen Sylva's  fairy stories are very popular in her  own country, and one day in each  month  is     devoted  to  reading      the  i The birth of a son to the Princess  of Asturias, sister of. the little King  Alfonso of Spain and heir-presumptive to thc throne, has revived a  curious old ceremony of the Spanish  Court. When the baby Prince was  born>the Prime Minister,\ thc Presidents of the Congress and the Senate, the high functionaries of the  Court, and the Commander of the  Royal Halberdiers, to whom is entrusted the. guarding of the Royal  his Family in the palace', were summoned  to the'ante-chamber of the Princess,  where they waited in full uniform.  The chief doctor then dressed the  baby, mid placing him on an immense silver salvor took him to the  father, who was also waiting in the  ante-chamber, and to whom he said,  "Sir, it is an infante" (n. prince).  Tho father then; took lhe salver in  his hands, and after kissing the  baby, bowed to those present.' n,-nd  showed, thi m the now Prince. who  will be christened Alfonso.  Uimc. '-Were steam, water,.'wind-mill's  and the strength of all men. and all  animals combined,'���������they could not at  all approach the tremendous force  exerted, .  MECHANICAL     WONDER.  Senor Torres, an ingenious engineer  of Madrid, has invented a littlo machine Which is described as themott  curious of its khuhthat has ever been  fashioned. It is a'mechanical device  for. the solution of mathematical  questions. Those who have tested it.  say that within thirty seconds it  can solve the most, difficult equation  that can .be.framed. The apparatus  looks likcan ordinary mill for grinding coffee, its component parts being  a crank and a number of copper  wheels. When an equation is to bo  solved the crank is turned, and in  eight or ten rpvolutions (lie solution is arrivewi'at. Scnoi* Torres has  sent a model of the machine to tho  Academy of Sciences at Paris, and  | tho French scientists who havo ex-  l.aniiued it say it is one of tho won-  I dors of the.ago.  at 25 cents a box by addressing the  ��������� Dr.   Williams'     Medicine  Co.,  Brock-  'ivillc. Out.    "������������������������������������'          A GUARANTEE:���������"I hereby certify  that I have made a careful chemical  analysis of Baby|s Own Tablets,  which I personally purchased in a  drug store in Montreal. My analysis  has proved that thc Tablets contain  absolutely no opiate or narcotic:  that they cap be given with perfect  safety to tne youngest, infant; that  they arc a safe and efficient medicine  for Lho troubles they arc indicated  to relieve and cure."  MILTON L. 1IEBSEY.. M.A.Sc.  Provincial  AnaJvst for. Quebec.  Montreal, Dec. 2K, .1901. ' '  BISCUIT  ���������4   POST  EKS EZS E38  A Serious Disease.  CARD.  The most curious letter which has  probably 'been written and received  iu the course of the present war-ha!;/  just been safely delivered by tho postal authorities of England. It was  written ou an ordinary square of  Army, "hard-tack," the address and  stamp being placed-on one'side and  the    communication    on    the,   other,  the biscuit being thu  the nonce  into  a  post-card,  it  appears,   was   scarce  at   I  transferred for  Paper,  :e  camp  Becomes   Chronic  and  Returrs Yca������*  toy  Year or   Develops   Into   Bronchial   Pneumonia,  Croupous Bronchi-ils, Asthma or Consumption.  Thc real dangers of bronchitis arc sometimes overlooked. It is too serious a disease to triflo'. with, and  for that reason everybody should-be   familiar with the symptoms  Children arc most liable to contract bronchitis, and, if neglected, it becomes chronic, and returns year after year, until it wears tho patient out or develops into some deadly Jung disease.  The approach of bronchitis is marked by chills and fever, nasal or throat catarrh, quick pulse, loss of appetite and feelings of fatigue and languor.  Bronchitis is also known by pain in the upper part of thc chest, which, is aggravated, by deep breathing  or coughing, until it seems to burn  and tear the delicate linings of the bronchial tubes.  The cough is dry and harsh, and is accompanied by expectoration of a. frothy nature, wh'ich gradually increases; is very stringy and tenacious and is frequently streaked with blood.  There is pain, not unlike rheumatism, in limbs, joints and body, constipation and extreme depression and  weakness. In some people, the exhaustion amounts almost to nervous collapse, delirium follows, and in  young  children   convulsions  may   follow.  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine, is, we believe, the most effective treatment for bronchitis  that money will'buy.    This fact has   been proven time and time again in  many thousands of cases.  It is the most elTective remedy for bronchitis, because it is far-reaching in its effects on the whole system,  not merely relieving tho cough, but actually and thoroughly curing the disease. It loosens the cough, frees  thc chest of lightness and pain, aids  expectoration and  permanently cures.  There are other preparations of turrjontine and linseed put up in imitation of Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine. To be sure you arc getting the genuine sec tho portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.  Chase on the box you buy, 25 cents a bottle, fa.mily size, throe times as much, 60 cents. All dealers, or  Edmonson, Bales & Co.. Torouto-  where   the  writer  whence tho peculiar  the     Army   "cracko."  fleeted  so eloquently  of tho baker.  ���������was     on     duty,  requisitioning of  which   has,rc-  the effoc'Jvono.'Vi  E.NGI,TSH LANC IJAGE.  To give some idea of the tremendous growth of the English language  it. may bo mentioned that, the words  and phrases under the letter "A"  have increased in fifty years from 7,-  000 to nearly 00,000. So enormous,  indeed, has boon the growth of the  English language that it would bo  practically impossible for the most,  learned man to bo acquainted with  every word. Intelligent persons, even those engaged in the learned professions, do not make use of more  than from (5,000 to 8,000 words  all told, although there ore properly  belonging to our language over  200,000.  Seven-year-old tea plants yield 4  ounces of leaves apiece, or 700H>. or  tea to the acre.  m^^^^^^^^m^m^mmm'sm^,  '���������fift*'  E-TOaBSSTFas:  sse?^.  :s^*^'&7!^3s^Tn?;3^^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, J-'j.;-:.:l.\ry ;r, 1902.  Tiie Mining Review.  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY" 1, 1902.  .        _  A RIP VAN WINKLE.  It may not be generally known Sandon  has a veritable Rip Van Winkle who  has just emerged from his hybernation ;  but'it has all the same. Last week the  Bluestreak, as a masterly journalistic  scoop, declared in a doublecoluinn,double leaded article surrounded by a border, on the first page, that Johnstone, of.  the Everett smelter had been here a few  days before, made an unheard of cut in  Bmelter rates, a private contract with  the Last Chance and the American Boy  , for smelting and tied the country  "quickerin you could say Jack Robin-  eon." Not satisfied with monopolising  this scoop, he wired it to his kidneyed  brother, of the Nelson. Tribune, to  give  ��������� that print also ascoop over all contemporaries, The wire appeared, but Monday's issue contained this piece of editor-  . ial sackcloth and ashes:  The Sandon dispatch whicli appeared  in'the Tribune on Saturday was ��������� rather  misleading in that it admitted of the  construction that the Everett smelter  bad made a break, iu the matter of  treatment rates, which was notcontem-  ' plated bv the smelters at Nelson and  Trail.   So far from this being   the   case  , the rates quoted are those which were  decided upon some weeks ago by- the  three smelting concerns purchasing Slocan lead ores. There have been rumors  in the press of the Slocan of independent action on the part of the Everett  smelter, but no evidence of it ���������appears  in the new rate,   which it   is   credited  ��������� with .having quoted to the AniericahBoy  ���������and Last Chance mines, as it is -common to Nelson aiid Trail, as well .a*  the Everett smelter, and one which  was first made public weeks ago was  thought might possibly be somewhat  further reduced by all three concerns.  Everything that is truth ia this celebrated scoop appeared in an editorial  in this paper on the 4th of last month.  When Bluestrek wakes up from his  slumber, he becomes "a hell of a fellow"  and wants to advise the slumbering  ���������world of his unapproached   enterprise  . and intelligence.  HOPEFUL  VIEW  The hopeful view consumptives take of their own cases is  strongly in their favor. Each  year is showing a larger percentage of cures.  ,; One of the best reasons' for  good hope is the record of  Scott's Emulsion as a medicine  for consumptives. So long as  the system is strong enough to  use medicine of any kind it can  use Scott's Emulsion.  The reason for its helpfulness in this disease is because  of its long tolerance by the  patient; one does not tire of  it as. quickly as other medi-  ':ines and that, is where the  Teat benefit comes.  in goods 'Inn. his , .oper customers buy  outside and - u on all along the line.  Manitoba last year raised 85,000,000  bushels of wheat that netted thefarmers  $45,000,000. The province has 250,000  people, 175,000 of whom were engaged  in raising that crop, or $257 per capita.  British Columbia with its 177^000peopie  mined $20,000,000' worth of minerals.  All told there were les6 than 15,000 people engaged in that production 'or say  $1,330 per capita.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that I Intend to  apply at the next sitting of the board of  license commissioners for the City of Sandon,  to be held after the expiration of thirty days  from tho date hereof, for a tninsfer of the  retail liquor license, now held by me forthe  Star Hotel, situate on Reco Avenue, in the  City of Sandon, on block 4, West Kootenay  district, to Michael Kirlin/ of the City of  Kaslo. ��������� .  ARCHIE FULMORK.  Dated this loth day of January, 1902.    <  School Matters.  "Justice" under civilizasion is getting  ���������to be simply the worst of rottenness to  the core. The other day the County-  Treasurer of Essex, Ontario, was found  to*be a defaulter to the extent of .$1,000.,  When confronted with it he said his  salary was but $1,450 a year, he had to  pay $500 to an assistant, which left him  but $950, insufficient to live on. He  was compelled to fake countymoney to  live on, but if given a chance he would  make up the deficiency. He was given'  the chance, and now walks around a respectable and honorable citizen. A  poor man with a family in Sandon has  not enough work to keep his family in  the necessaries of life. lie take a ham  from a grocery, he is hauled up for it,  he pleads inability to keep his family  from starving, but if triven time he will  pay for the ham. His plea is no good,  he is sentenced to a term in gaol. If  Canada had justice, the man who had  $050 a year and could not live on it  would have been declared the fehief, and  the Sandon man would have been given  a chance to protect his small children  from starvation.  Oneof the great drawbacks toSandon  is the great tendency of the citizens to  send'out of qo'wn fer many of theartieles  they lequire alleging they cannot   pro  cure them in the city, when in fact the  buying outside1 is the main reason why  many things that mighthckepthereare  not kept, JNo business maii is disposed  to carry goods he cannot sell, and often  the reason yuods not kept as unsaleable  is because they are bought outpide. If  the business people would only get into  their legitimate lines and ca>ry nothing  else, and the public would couie to the  conclusion it was most honorable to deal  with houses in the locality in which  they made their own livings, nearly  everything" tlie people could ask for  would be kept here. A printer is not  disposed to put in a plant for which he  cannot j^ut a paying . business, and a  wi.=e dry .<rnodsman is not likely to   put  That is the average time  spent in a large city restaurant by three thousand  lunchers. It takes three  hour's to digest a fresh egg  soft boiled; three hours to digest a boiled  apple dumpling; three hours to digest  fresh roast beef. In fact, three hours is  about the time required to digest the  average twelve minute lunch. The object of the hasty lunch is to let the busy  man get back to his office work. But  ���������when the brain is active, the stomach is  inactive for lack of necessary blood. The  natural consequence is- indigestion, and  indigestion opens the door to many diseases.  Indigestion is cured by the use of Dr.  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,  which cures diseases of the stomach and  other organs of digestion and nutrition,  and enables the perfect digestion and  assimilation of food.  ������It is with heartfelt gratitude that I send this  testimonial which I wish you to publish with  my name and address," writes Mr. Willis Seaman, of Washlngtonville, Orange Co., N. Y. ������I  had stomach trouble from childhood and suffered  with it more or less as I grew up. At the age of  s6 I was broken down with dyspepsia. My suffering was terrible. Could not eat without distress. Could only cat a few certain things and  was not able to work half the time. Every thing  I tried only gave me temporary relief. My wife  finally persuaded me to try Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery and ' Pleasant Pellets.' I  took six bottles of the ' Golden Medical Discovery' and two vials of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.' I then felt so well that I stopped taking  medicine. Several -mouths have passed and I  can do the hardest kind of work, can eat anything that is set before me aud enjoy it. I am  27 years old aud this is the first time I have ever  been well."  Free. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense  Medical Adviser in paper covers is sent  free on receipt of 31 one-cent stamps to  pay expense of customs and mailing only;  or 50 stamps for cloth-bound volume.  Address Dr. R. V, Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  Last week we quoted the following  section of the new school law, showing  bow aud when trustees should be  elected:  "The nomination and election ofthe  board of trustees SHALLUE HELD AT  THE SAME TIME, and by the same  returning officer or officers, when possible, and conducted in the same manner as the municipal nomination and  election for mayor would be conducted, &c."  In the face of this our city clerk in  the proclamation nominating: mayor  and aldermen, overlooked this law altogether, and when he and the new council saw that all the surrounding city  councils had elected their trustees,  awakened to the mistake and made  the.matter right (?) by nominating and  electing a new school noard on the 27lh,  giving just livd clear days notice. They  now make a scapegoat of the words  "when possible," and say it was not  possible to have held the two elections  at the same time. The only impossibility about it is that of the cleric to  fully understand the meaning of English law and the English language, lhe  words "when possible" refer to the selection of the same returning officer,  and not to the same days for. nomination and election, as they may find out  later on..  What they should have done when  they found their mistake, and not taken  the law into their own hands, was to  have asked the government for instructions. The gentlemen selected were  Messrs. Geo. Houstoii.E. R. Athertdn  and Thos. Brown, all respected citizens  and as fit for the positions as any other  three men available. What we object  to is their illegal election, and the fact  that not one of the number has children going to' school. They are not,  therefore, as likely to take the sarn.e interest in educational matters as men  with pupils attending school. '  The late, and for -that'matter the present school board, who legally hold  office untiltheir successors are appointed, laBt December; consulted :all. the  parents in town with school children,  and they found them.nearly unanimous  in favor of continuing the second  teacher, and the second was engaged in  consequence. The first act of the illegal  board, however, is to dismiss the assistant teacher on the ground: of economy.  Our city council can- pay their clerk  from $15 to $25 a month more than the  surrounding cities pay for the work he  does, as we showed last fall by correspondence from outside cities; lhey ran  keep a city team in the stable eating  their heads oil*doing nothing; they can  pay for a bogivs-prodaniation every two  or three months through lack of qualifications of the clerk; they can pay  heavy solicitor's bills educating this  clerk on matters he. ought himself to  understand before,.takingsuch an office;  they can unneceHPsirily pay Dr. Gomm'a  smallpox bills, but thevcannotemploy a  second teacher, but forco parents and  children out of town, as their action  will curtainly do, to get a school education elsewhere.  It is quite true our school population  at the immediate present is not large;  but it has been over 60 since the fire,  and may be much more than that at  any time after the mines resume ship-  ing provided we have facilities for them.  Even with present attendance the  school is graded, embracing everything  from the alphabet to advanced mathematics, and no one teacher can do all  justice. The school has to be wrecked  by the council that thev may have the  more money to spend in fancies.  Wanted���������A  Husband.  ' Handsome American lady, independently rich, wants a good, honest husband. Address, Eric, 193 Washington  street, Chicago, 111".  To the Deaf.  A jich lady cured of her Deafness and Noises  in the Head by Dr. Nicholson's Artificial liar  Drums, gave $10,000 to his Institute, so thnt  deaf people unable to procure the .Eur Drums  may-nave them free. Address No. M525, the  Nicholson Institute, 780, Eighth Avenue, New  York, U. S. A.  Farmers' Names Wanted.  Send us the niuiirs and postollicc addresses of  ELEVEN FARMERS who have land to clear or  who use a STUMP PULLER, aud we will mail  Fit UK 10 vour address, acopvofour STORIES  of the1 UKJSAT NORTHWEST, now going to  press ��������� Write plainlv, and address the W.  SMITH OKUB BKEOO., LA* CROSSE, WIS.  Spokane Falls &  Northern R'y.  Nelson & Fort  Sheppard R'y.  Red Mountain Railway.'  The only all rail mute between all point  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and  intermediate points;   connecting  at Spokane  with Great Northern, .Northern Pacific, and O.  R.&N.Co.      , .-.'���������'.'������������������  Couneots at  Rossland with the   Canadian  Pacific Railway, for Boundary Creek points.  Oounects at "Myer's Foils with stage daily for  Republic.  Juiiiett service on trains  between  Spokane  and Nelson.  .-���������Effective November 10th, 1901.'  Leave. Dav Train. Arkivh  9:20 a. in ..Spokane 7:15 p .in.  iy:2o p. 111.......... Kossland.... ...* 4:10 p. in.  9:40 a. 111......... ..Nelson.............6:45 p. in,  ,     H. A. JACKSON, (i. P. &T.A;,..  Spokane, Wash.  G. K.TAtiKAUURY,  ���������';���������������������������. ......  Agcit^ Nelson, B.C.  Everybody Wants  Try Lethhridge Coal, then you will  have the best and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottestand brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.   We have it for all kinds of grata.  E*i$* Cameron,  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A.'M.  Regular Commuidfatioii of the lodge.  Meets IIrstThursday In each month at 8j>. ra.  Vlaking brethren cordially invited.  JAMES M. If.YRTON, Sec'y.  ���������     .      . _ . ,     :_.  ^PBH^S8"*^      ipjie Qreai English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by till  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered.  Six  fwkages guaranteed to cure all  Weakness, all effects of abuse  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of To-  "bacco. Opium or Stimulanta. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, six, $5.  One will please,  si������wiU cure.  Pamphlets free to any address.  Xiao Wood Company, Windsor, Oat.  Sold in Sandon by McQueen and F.   .  Donaldson, Druggists.  ���������������H������IM*M!^^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, February i, 1902.  CITY OF WpNIIriil, PROGRESS .AND PROSPERITY.  The  Smelting Centre ofthe Siinilkameen Valley.   Backed by the payrolls  [of two gigantic coal companies and the Copper ancl Kennedy mountain mines.  Surrounded by the following resources, coal, gold, copper, silver and fine  [agricultural countrys. Large herds of cattle, fruit in abundance'with a climate  almost southern and all that could be asked,  Ashnpla is owned and backed by the payroll of the Siinilkameen Valley Coal  Company, Limited, which is a guarantee in itself of its success1. The equipment  and development of .their coal mines, installing of water, electric light, and power  plants are already arranged far. The development of the As hnola Coal Company's  mines by the .Toronto capitalists.who have established their payroll at Ashnola,  make it the coming city of the interior of British Columbia.  Lots In ishnoia are Safe Investments.  In blocks 1 to 4 and 13 to 20 the price will be advanced 25 per cent per month  until May l������t, lf>03, and 10 per cent in the remaining blocks. The present price  is from $50 to.$225, 25 per cent cash, 3, (> and 9 months without interest.  Arrangements are already, completed for 38 buildings, including cottages for  the employees of the company at Ashnola. This work will be under full headway  by May 1st. The company's "stock is now selling at $1. 10 per cent down, balance  in 9 equal payments.  On and after February 15th the company's stock will bo withdrawn from the  market in British Columbia. Four years ago the Crows Nest shares could be  bought and were sold at 11 cents. Today they arc; quoted at $80. With the  advent of transportation Siinilkameen Valley coal can be delivered at anypoint  in West Kootenay or Yale as cheap as any other company in Canada. For  further information apply to  A  ���������EN. VALLEY:C0AL CD. LTD.  i>TEiL_1soixr, b. a,  ��������� ���������������������e9se������0������o������������e������a������������������e>������������������������������������o������ffl������������������������������9������e������<������eee������������������������ee������������e������  U  J>  9  a  ������  9  &  C  ���������  ������  9  9  e  9  9  9  ������  ' 9  9  '9  I FOR SALE ONLY AT  ! THE HUNTER-KENDRICK CO. LTD.  9 ���������  9  900999 99������09998 9999999 999999989B9999990990O9909999  ���������Secure One of Those  Beautiful  th Bi  \y a Few  ALL STYLES. ALL PRICES.  wear.  ;   ALL WOOL.  9  0  9  0  9  a  9  0  9  0  0  0  0  9  0  ������  9  0  0  0  0  9  9  9  9  e  0  0  9  90Ott  Eiominion  Synopsis of Restitutions for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands in Manitoba, tliu  '   North-West Territories,  and   thc  Yukon  Territory.  Dealers in Treats  AT SANDON  ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, PILOT BAY, THREE FORKS, SLOOAN CITY  j" COAL. ���������  Ooallnuds may bo puruhnscu r.t 510.00 per  acre for soft coul, ami ^JU.UO l'nr luiibriicUe.  Not more than y^u acres etui be uc'<iuirc<l by  one imlivirtual or company, icoyaiiy at m.v.h  rates as may from time to tlino be specified by  onler 111 council shall be uoileuteu on the  gross output-.  QUARTZ.  Persons of eighteen years ami over' unci  joint stock companies holding free miner's  certiJleaies may obtain entry for a mining  location.  A free miner's certificate is granted for one  or more years, not exceeding live, upon pty-  lnent in adviince of if 10.00 per annum for iin  individual, and from $00.00 10 ���������i'lOu.uo per annum for 11 company, aceoiding to capital.  A lree miner having discoveied mii-oral in  -place may locale u claim ]t>0 x liiiiu feet by  marUlng "oui. the same with two Ickh.1 posts,  ben ring location notices, one at encli end ou  the line of the lode or vein.  Thc claim shall be recoided within fifteen  days days if located within icu miles ot a  mining "recorder's otliee, one additional day  allowed for every additional ten miles or  fraction. The fee for recording a claim is  "fo.oo.  At leas'; 5100 00 must be expended on the  claim each \earorpaid to the mining recorder  in lieu the'reof. When ?"ii!0,0i> has been expended or paid lhe locator int'y, upon having  a survey made and upon complying with other  requirements, purchase the land at ifl.OO per  acre.  Permission may be granted by the Minister  of the Interior to'locate claims containing iron  and mien, also copper, in the Yukon Territory  of an area not execediug 100 acres  The patent for a mining locution shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales  not exceeding live per cent.  PLACER   MIXING,    MANITOBA,   AND   T1I1C  N.  W. T.,   ISXCKl'TIN't*-  Til 10  YUKON TKRHlTOIiY.  Placer miring claims generally aro 100 feet  square; entry fee .f.j.uO renewable yearly, O:  the North Saskatchewan river claims are  either bar or bench, the former being 100 feel  long and extending between high and low  watermark. The latter includes bar dhryius,  but extends buck to th" bt'Fe of the hill or  bank, but not exceeding l.UuO Its it. Where  steam power is used, claims "JOO feel wide may  be obtained.  DKEDKINCJ  IN THE R1VICD.SOF MANITOBA  ANDTilE N. \V. T., KXOEl'TING THE  YUKON TEKR1TORY.  A free miner may obtain only two lenses of  five miles each for ii term of twenty years, renewable in ihe discretion of the Minister ofthe  Interior.  'the lessee's tight is con lined to the submerged bed or bars of the river below low water  mark, and BUbjcetto the rights of nil persons  who have, or who may receive entries for bar  dingiugh or beiich claims, except on the .Saskatchewan river, where the les.-:ce may dredge  to high water mark on each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shnll have a dredge in operation  within one season from the dais of the len>-efor  oach live miles, but nheie ������, person or company, has obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental $ 10 00 per annum for cneli mile  of river leased. Koyaltv at the rate of two nnd  ulaalf percentcollected ou the outputafter it  exceeds $10,000.00.  DREDGING IN THE YUKON TERRITORY.  Six leases of live miles each may be p-rnv.'cd  to a free miner for a term of twenty years, also  renewable. ,       ,  The lessee's daht is confined to the submerged bed or bars'in the river below low water  mark, that boundary to.be fixed by its position  on 1 he lstclny of August in the vear of the date  of the lease."  The lessee, shall huve one dredge in operation  within two vears from the date of thclea.se,>uid  one dredne for each five miles within six veins  from such dato.   Rental, '-fWO.OO per mile for  .Iirst vear, and' if 10.00 per mile for each subse-  I quent venr.   lUnulty, ten per cent on the out-  ' put in excess of $15,000.00.  PLACER-MI NINO IN THE YUKON TICKRI  TORY.  Creek, gulch, river snd hill chiliiis shall not  exceed 260 feet in length, mensured on lhe base  line or general direction of the creek or gulch,  the width being from 1,000 to a.OOO feet. All  other placer claims shall be W0 feet squiire.  Claims ere marked by two legal posis, one at  each eud, bearing notices. Kntry must be obtained within ten days if theclaim Is within  ten miles of mining recorder's otliee. One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles  or fraction.  Thc person or company stakinjr a claim, nnd  each person in his or its employment, except  house servants, must hold a free miner's certificate.  Tho discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a  claim 1,000 feet in length, and if the party consist of two, 1,500 feet altogether, ou the 'output  of which no royalty shall be charged, the rest  of the party ordiuarv claims only.  I Entry fee is $15.00." Royalty at the rate of (Iv������  per cent charged on the gross output of tho  claim, with the exception of an annual cxemp  tion of .f5,000.00.  No free miner shall receive a grant of more  than one mining claim for each separate river,  creek or gulch, but the same miner may hold  any number of claims by purchase, and free  miners, not exceeding ten iir number, may  vvork their claims in partnership, by filing notice and paying fee of $2.00., A claim, may be  abandoned and another obtained on the same  creek, gulch or river, by giving notice and paying fee.  Work must be done on a claim each yeur to  the value of at least $'00.00, or iu lieu of work-  payment may be made to the mining recorder  each year fi>rVhe Iirst threo years of $200.00 ami  after'that .floO.oO for each year, ���������  A certificate thai work has been done'or fee  paid niust be obtained each year; if not, the  claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and  open to occupation'and entry by a frecminei.  The boundaries of .a claim may be delined  absolutely by having a survey made, and publishing notices in the Yukon Ollicial Gazette.  HYDRAULIC MINING, YUKON TERRITORY.  Locutions suitable for hydraulic mining,h������v-  ing a frontage of from one to live miles, and a  depth of one mile or more maybe leased for  twenty years, providing the ground has been  prospected by the applicant or his agent; is  found to be unsuitable Tor placer mining: and  does not include within its boundaries any  mining claims already granted. A icuHl of  .$150.00 for each mile of "frontage, and a royalty  of live per cent on the gioss output, less an an"-  nunt exemption of:?'2o,0 0, are charged. Operations must be commenced within one year  from the date of the lease, and not less than  $.'),000.0O must be expended annually. The lease  excludes all base metal--, quartz ������������������iiu coal, aud  provides for the withdrawn) of unoperated land  for agriuuli ural or building purposes.  I'ETROLiiUji.  All unappropriated Dominion lands shall,  after the Iirst of July, 1001, be open to prospecting for pctioleum Should the prospecior discover Oil in paying quantities he may acquire  li-lo of available land, including and surrounding his discovery, at1 the rate of $1.00 an acre,  subject to royalty at such rate as may be specified by order in council.  JAMES A. SMART.  Deputy to the Minister of the Interior  Ottawa, Deo. 1'oth, 1001.  WORLD'S SCENIC ROUTE.  Direct Une���������Lowest Rates  EAST WEST '  Winnipeg Vancouver  Toronto Victoria  Ottawa Seattle  Montreal   ' Portland  New York ban Francisco  Via the Soo Line,  St.  Paul  and Chicago,  and all U. S.  Points.  TOURIST SLEEPER SERVICE.  P'-jOlv Lv. Reveistoke, Wed., Fri., Sun.  HfioXi Lv. Dom. Jet., Mon., Thui\, Sat.  Leaving Kootenay Landing Friday.  St. Paul, Toronto, Montreal  and Boston.  Ulpnj- Lv. Reveistoke  Vancouver. Seattle and Coast.  STEAMSHIP SERVICE.  From Vancouver to Alaska, Hawaii,  China, Japan and Australia.  Tlirough bookings to Europe via all  Allan tic linos.  Prepaid tickets from all points at  lowest rates.  IT. W. IT a k no u it, Agent,  S.mdon, B. C , or  J. S.  Caktek, E. ,1, Cl)Yl,K,  D. P.A..Nelson.    A.G.P.A..Vancouver  Established 1858.  M. R. Smith & Co.  rlaiisifaclurers of all kinds  Plain and Fancy  of  VICTORIA, B.C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  M. L. GRIMMETT, IX. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Sandon, British Columbia.  $ <a������nra'������?aga������BB������gaM3ncias^^,jwiasnsgg=^  "DR. JOHNSON AND MUSIC.  How tho Grniit .11 mi AckiiowlecUrud :i Do-  seii'td liuixiliu ,iu������l I'l-oiiiiKL-il .imsiiil-  meiit Iiiv tho  I-'uiuru.  In a recently published volume of  reminiscences is included the following anecdote of 1H\ Johnson. . The  story was related to Li is. Bowdler  by Mrs. William Deane (formerly  Miss Johnson), the niece of Sir Joshua Reynolds:  During one of my visits to my uncle  when   I   was  young1  and  shy/'"he  requested mo  to  sit at  the head  of  his tabic,     on a day  when ha      expected  a largt party;   amongst     the  guests were Cumberland, Garrick ancl  Dr.   Johnson.      I   trembled  at      the  name    of  the   latter,   and' in   consequence of  his  presence begged     that  mine might  be dispensed  with.     My  uncle laughed   at  my  folly,      would  not attend  to my entreaties,        and  assured  nic  if  1  would  provide        a  good'   dinner     that nothing      more  would be required of me by his   old  friend,      who  probably  would       not  trouble his head  about me in      any  other capacity.      1  did  my  best    as  to'the dinner,  and took my place at  the head     of the  not to offend  by  table, determining  my  words,  by  of not speaking at  all.   (j Thc  dint  conversation, by some unlucky chance,  turned upon music, to which Dr.  Johnson was totally insensible.  Whereupon,, he indulged his ' c'o-  quence at thc expense of his sense  in a violent philippicvngainst the  art itself, concluding by his opinion,  most positively delivered, that no  man of talent, or who was ia any  degree capable of better things, ever  had, ever could, or ever would de?  vote any portion of his time and  attention to so idle and frivolous .a',  purpose. I happened.to  be       ex  ceedingly fond  of music,  which   conquered     my fear of thc sage,  prompted  mc to say  to my  neighbor,   "I      wonder     what  Johnson thinks ot King David?1  1: "TRIAL BY BATTLE."    '  Case That Led to Change in English Jurisprudence.  The Dymoke1 claim in England to  (he king's championship rem.nds one  of the antiquity of the ollice, which  was established by the conqueror  after the ��������� battle of Hastings, when  thc dignity was conferred on Robert  de Ma nil ion, Lord of Fontenay. But  the championship is closely interwoven with the trial by combat.  How many Britons are aware that  trial by combat formed an essential  part of British, jurisprudence until  the beginning of the reign of George  IVY, or how it ended ? At that  time, there, being a charge of murder against a certain Abraham  Thornton, the gentleman was advised by his counsel to claim his right  of "trial by" battle." Accordingly,  whon brought before the court of  king's bench he Hung down his  gage. ,  ,  A solemn argument , was afterward held on the "case, when the  judges were unanimous that he was  entitled to . wage his battle. The  nearest male relative of lhe deceased, a lad of 1(5, being manifestly  unable to meet Thornton in combat,  declined any further proceedings. Tlie  public feeling was so much outraged  that the attorney general of thc day  immediately introduced a bill fer  abolishing thc right of appeal in all  criminal cases,  ever, did not  tion.  a   bill ,-which,  pass without  how-  opposi-  I)EBTOKS  IN   SI AM.  when  three  and  next  Dr.  ". He  (which I did not intend)' heard thc  ���������remark���������started, laid down his knife  and fork, got up, walked to the head  of the tabic���������as I thought, to knock  me clown���������but I did him injustice,  for, laying one of his largo hands  on each of my shoulders, he said,  "Madam, I thank you. . I stand rebuked before you and promise that  on one subject at least you shall  never hear  mc**. talk nonsense again!"  Dcb)ors in Siam,  | months in arrears, can., be seized by  ���������j the creditor, and compelled to work  j out  their  indebtedness. Should a  !debtor run away, his father, his wife,  ! or his  children may be held ,hv slav-  i ery until the debt is cancelled..  j    Great     Britain    buys     a    million  pounds weight of sponges a year.  COSTLIEST FEATHERS.  Thc tail feathers of thc foriwah,  a  rare member of the bird of paradise  j family.     arc     the '.-most-   expensive  (known, and the only tuft existing in  England is valued at $50,000.  THE FARMER DIDN'T BITE.  A  Yankee farmer was smoking   his _  after-dinner      pipe  at     his   barnyard |  gate the cither day when a way la rer, j  who didn't diner in looks from     the  ordinary     tramp,     came'   along and  passed     the"   time of day, and     inquired :���������  "Am I speaking to Mr. Blank ?"  "Yes, my name is Blank," was thc  reply.  "And is this ycur farm ?"  "Yes,  sir."  "1-ic buried liesos of money."  "Yes."  "Not half of which has ever been  found."  "No."  "Has it, ever occurred to you that  some of this plui.djr m.ght have been  buried  right here on your farm '?"  "No, it never has," replied tho  farmer.  "wSupposc," whispered the wayfarer, as he dropped his voice and  looked round--"suppose I could point  out the exact spot on your farm  where Captain Kicid buried 5100,000  in gold ?"  "Waal ?" calmly queried the  mcr.  "Wouici you be willing, to set  out a square meal and give mc  old coat and a pair of shoes ?"  "No���������couldn't   do  it."  "What   !    Not     in  8100,000 'in gold '}"  "No,"  "You don't want to know where a  fortune lies buried within forty rods  of where we are stanciinc* ?"  "No���������don't care to know the spot."  "Sec here, my friend," said the  wayfarer, "what kind of a man aro  you  ?"  "Jest a farmer," was the rcplv.  "And you don't want ������100,000 ?"  : "No." x. ! . ,���������<���������-;���������"  ''Wouldn't  if I pointed  you.?"  "No.   If you  ���������i  far-  mo  an  exchange    for  Unclaimed Oolil.  It is shown by official returns to  Parliament that in the English  chancery there is about ������5(J,000,000,  or say, $2SO,000;000, of which all  but about "$6,000,000 is-kept subject to the orders of the court in  cases now before it. This sum of  $6,000,000, known officially as  "dormant funds in chancery," is lho  only amount in chancery for which  owners are not absolutely vibibie,  and for a large part of these dormant funds owners are pretty certainly known.  Thc statement ought to have some  effect on the well established .business of finding "heirs" for vast estates. Dozens of astute persons,,  disinclined for ordinary labor, have  made comfortable livings out of credulous people who have contributed  to funds to secure these estates, 10  which they believed themselves entitled as heirs. The claim agents  have not restricted their operations  to any one country���������Canadi., the  United States, the Continent of  Europe, the British colonics, have  provided a living for them. Great  Britain and Ireland havo done so  too, though it is American estates  that have been used as bait in England to some extent.  even give n.e a dinner  out   ' thc  treasure      to  you'll  TlieClriirin i.f Ni-wfuiindlniKl.  It was "a . Bcothuk Indian legend  that when God made the world he  swept the universe of the refuse and  cast it into the sea; and when the  white men came from the rising  place of the sun they called the heap  '"Newfoundland and chose it for a  dwelling place, It may be so. In  its remoter parts/. Newfoundland  might easily be taken for the leavings and rejected materials of -tho  work'of creation, there cast away.  It is as fertile as "an as-h-heap; which,  '.moreover-.it'resembles iii that it contains scraps of everything which entered into the making of thc world���������  iron, copper, coal, gold, and all other treasures under the ground. The  interior is a soggy, rock-strewn barren, an interminably vast waste,  where'not so much as a shrub is to  be seen, and no man chooses lo live.  Stunted forests fringe the coast, a  skinny growth of nine and spruce,  and birch, through which you may  walk miles in vain' search for a  schooner's spar. Tho shore line is  reck, in some places'swept by flood  and fire, bare of all soil���������grim, naked  rock. To many a Newfoundlander a  sandy beach would be as great a  wonder as a horse.  Sirs. Wyles���������"DM your nusband  give you anything for a birthday-  present ?" Mrs. Styles���������"indeed, lie  did." "Did it have your name on  it '?" "Yes, and my husband's name'  too." "That's just like selfi.'.h matt.  He must share the gift with you."  | "But he didn't." "What was his  name doing on it, then ?",' "lt  wouldn't have been any good without it.   It was a cheque."  "What's the matter wilh .Rnsh-  ligh ';?" "Al sent-mindedness, that's  all." "Nor sen-c ! The man's cut  a d bruised flight fully." "Yes. Ho  t i.d to slop a runaway motor-car  by j'.mping iii front of. it and waving his coat at it "  Tomkins (a visitor)���������"Do you  quarrel with your neighbor about his  I,en coming over your back garden ?"  Popkins��������� "No, we've got over  now." Tomkins���������"Buried thc  clict '?" I'opkins (grimly)-  buricd   the .hen."  that  hnt-  ���������"No .;  Saturday is the worst day of I he  week in London for fires. In ten  years London had '{$,JW8 Satin day  fires, against 3,002 on Monday, the  day they were least frequent.  Henry  mother  .HIS  OWN WORK,  "These biscuits," said air.  Peck, '"arc quite as good as  used to make,  I'm sure."  "Why, .Henry. !" his wife exclaimed,  "I certainly am surprised  !"  A blush of shame suffused his delicate features, for lie realized that  self praise was a fault most unbecoming in one of his gentle breeding.  Iu England ?.n 1800  Phenomenon trotted  harness in 53 minutes,  beaten in England.  a horse called  17 miles     in  a record never  want  a  dinner  lev to dig 'taters to earn it."  "And    you positively    refuse     the  piraticaL fortune   waiting, to  be    uncovered ?" J  .   "I dew.   Thar's  a hoc,   and  thnr'fi  the   'tafer field,     and  if     you  don't  ' want to dig you'd better git along !"  !    "Has anyone come, along here with  j,'.Hiis story this summer ?"  {    For  answer  the  farmer  pointed   to  jone    of the    galc-posts\     on     which  > thirty-nine    notches  were cut,      and  added  :��������� **  j    "I" think about as many .more had  cum     along before    I begun to keep  tally  !"                          Y                    7-v. ���������-  |    "I see.!"'replied,-uic wayfarer,    as  His face lengthened a foot or    more"-.  "Great      Scott,   but I  was  laboring  uiider      the impression  that I     had  struck a fresh field and a.soft snap !  .'Gimme ���������.that hoc,  and you go in and  j tell  the old  woman to  have my din-  :ner ready in jist twenty minutes   by  'the clock !"  How Gas Esits Up Yorr Oxyjron.  Some interesting .calculations have  been made to show why exura ventilation is necessary at ���������night, when (lie  rooms are lighted. A man may exist for-an hour in a fair sized room  hermetically scaled if he has no light  burning. Place a lighted candle in  that room with him, and his existence will be shortened by fifteen  minutes. If he had a lamp instead'  of a. candle, he would live cidy blf  an hour. If lie had two good g:*s  burners, ho would scarcely have time  to make his will, for he would rot  live more than five minutes.  An .Ancient TJrn.  At Crathie, Dccside. several fragr.  monts of an "ancient urn, and many  small fragmcnls of human bones in  an advanced state of decay, have  been found ahout five feet below thc  surface of the ground. Tho fragments of thc urn are of very rude  construction, and have circular markings, which sceni'to have been made  by an impression of the human nail, .  Several years ago a number of urns  were found at Balbridgc, Durris,.  about one and a quarter miles west'  of Nether'Mills. These were of a  more artistic design and finish.  Iho *U;ii<I's Advantage. -  A small and very unsophistocate'd  English maid of all work when warnr  cd by her first and newly married,  mistress to be homo by ten o'clock  on the occasion of her "evening  out" coujd not conceal her amusement at the idea. "Lor*, mniu, I  kin take care o' myself, I kin!" she  remarked. .. "You ain't near so fit to  be out alone as I be. Why, you  couldn't walk dahn the Pentonvi'lc  road after dark without1 being spoke  to an' follcrcd an' hayin' bits o'  paper pinned on your back!,"  Why Thoy Are Tramps.  An English University professor,  during his summer holiday, has, says  London Tit-Bits, been traveling  a'out England asking every tramp  that he met why ho didn't work. He  interviewed 2,000 vagrants, and,  classing them according to the various reasons they gave for not earning their daily bread in an orthodox  manner, we get the following: 653  said they were willing to work, but  could not obtain any; 445 could not  give any reason that would hold water; 801. thought that no one ought  lo have to work, and if some people  were foolish enough to do so ��������� well,  they intended living on those said  people; ���������'107 were on their way to ���������  procure work at distant towns, having in their possession letters promising them employment at thc said  towns, and the remaining 304 were  waiting for rclaCives to die and leave  them their money.  Niece���������"Aunt this is our new vicar,  who has called to see you." Thc Old  Lady���������"Indeed ! I am glad to y.ci  you, and I inp.11 you' will call as  often as the last incumbrance did."  The  wilh  of f.ritish 1  Roval     Geographical  Scc'ety,  3,500 members',   is  the  largest  .rr.ee! societies.  Mrs. Tolts���������"I will give you something to cat if you will Lake this  soap and water and give your face a  good washing." Hungry Higgins���������  "Not much, T may be puri.y hungry,  but, thank goodness, I ain't starvin'  1 Thc sun's diameter decrenres at the  rate of five miles in a century. Its  present diameter is 800,000 miles.  1    India producer; 170 thousand'out of  thc world's crop  of 800,000  tons  -?f j  j tobacco., i  SiilisWlpixii-.s in  tlio  I.lsick Country.  Quaint arc thc  results  of  "crownings in" or mining subsidences in thc  Black Country.     Years     ago; a cow,  while going along the road at    Dud-  Icy,  disappeared in the chasm    of   a  sudden     subsidence.     Later  a  horse  and cart went in  the samo way, and  wero seen no more. Now, at the Fox-  yards,   another horse has gone     ������be-  low, at  least all but its head.   That  is    above    the    ground.      Tho poor ,  thing'   found      practically a    living !  grave.     The Foxyards is that     .portion of the coal field owned by Lord  Dudley, where tho famous  "outcrop" j  of coal is to be seen, and now prac- '  tic-ally     liclney-combed    by the      old  bell-pit system of working'thc coal.  Irish horses are worth  to-day  times as, much as in 1855.  "Waiter, take back this steak. I  can't cat it." "Sorry, sir, I can't  take it back now ; you've bent it."  2i  Ceylon 7<ia 5s the finest  Tea ..the world produces,  and lis sold only In' lead  packets.  Black, Mixed and Green.  tap-in tea drinkers try "Salada" Green tea, timnwir'���������rmmrf ll������Tl**H1'T,""^, ������������������������������������������������������������������^-?���������������i������"'*������'������'������������������������������������n���������������  TO WEAK WOMEN  IV1BTWHM  'HRS.    MAXWELL    TELLS   HOW  MUCH PAIN AND SUFPER-  INGLMAY BE REMEDIED.  A Very Interesting* Statement -'by  an Elora Lady���������She Has Found  a Panacea for All Female Weakness ' and Wants Every Woman  in Canada to Know of it.  i  i  FRENCH PRESIDENT'S PAY."  It is often said that the French  president receives no more than  $120,000 a year for his services^  That is, as a matter of fact, the actual salary of the head of the republic, -but it is not generally known  M. Loubet is supplied gratuitously with a number of household necessities whicli represent in value at  least S10.000 a year. ' For fruit,  vegetables, game, oil. logs for his  fires, gas, and electricity he pays nothing, while in addition his household linen is washed free of charge.  .ff/r  ���������tflts C/4���������l/ -f^^es MM?  Elora,    Ont., - Jan.    13 (Special)  Mrs   Maxwell of this place has writ- j S0ZQD3NT for tflO TEETM 2������0  ten for publication a very strong lot- !    ter in which she claims that Dodd's  Kidney Pills have" cured her of Female Weakness after she had tried  almost everything* else.  This good lady, according to her  statement, suffered for a long time  with kidney trouble, enduring tho  greatest pain with a dizziness ancl  headaches that made her very ill.  She -was passing through what is al  ways a critical period in every  man's life and her troubles were con  sidcrably increased by this. Indeed  her life was for a time in great danger. :  She   says she used Dodd's   Kidney  Pills    with  lhe most remarkable results, being almost instantly relieved  and  in a very short time completely  cured and restored to good health.     \  , She is very grateful and in her let- .  ter she says: "I cannot iind words to |  express my gratitude to Ood for my  ���������In  tons  they  3 670 the Dutch possessed (50  out of e"ery 100 afloat. Now  own li t ins out of each 100.  Deafness Cannot be-.Cured  by local np. licat.ions. ns they ennm: reach the  dNijiWed p iriinn or ilie car.    'Mim-.-taiinlv on.  c=JrrjiCs<ua5E������x*'a.t������BS3JIi  ���������0 ^L^V^f^iVhS/  $&9 9^  CASH will buy a box of SWEET SONORA ORANGES, or if  you take 5 Loxes wo will make ihe price g2.10 per box.  :0.o or -ACo.)  THE DAWSGN C03KMES3ZON CO,,. Limited, TORONTO,  Consignments oJ Poultry, Butter,' Eg'<;s, Potatoes, Leans, Honey, Apples solicited.  r;>H-'K'^>^M'*^  way t   cure ilttufno-s,  ticinul r medio-',    1>i������  0  . on.)  and thiit is by const icii-  fiv sp   i-   cjhis d  hy an  aj_    inflamed condi ion of hiMmu'oiiHli'.rhgof iho  wn      K''8''i':l>ia'> Tu-e.     Wnen   'his  liibo  i-t   in-  immed ymi h.ive a rumbling winnd, ,.r jmj,er  .    - -    jl'������r  leer. nearintr. uud wlion it 1-1 riitr.-ly closed  di iifiiess In 1I10 resr. t. nnd utiles, 1 lie iiiil.iin  ina'ion cm bu tne n ur. unci ihi-> une'CMi n>d  to nsnorianl cond.ti 11, .-eiriiu w II bo de-  fti-'yei t rjver: nine ��������� ,ts--i 0'ifc of ten :ire  c u-edbi c larrh, wnicli iri oiliinir oni ai. in-  flamed co:,dir,ioii of t'10 mucou-i Mir f������co .  U7e will u'ivo One linndied Do.Iar-for any  rnsoo? Iipu'iio.-*-* (ftm-ud by cut, iy'i) lhut enn  n 1 be cired by Uail'.s Catarrh Cure, -sei.il  lorcirculiirj. fn e.  K J. CHENEY* & CO.. Toledo, O.  Sold by Drnp^iVt--, 75c.  1 llail'a Kuni y Fills arn the best.  marvellous    euro.  Pills aro the greatest medicine in  the world especially for those of my  age.  "1 could    scarcely    move hand  or  foot  I was    so'    dizzy,   ancl  violent  . pains would shoot through my whole  system,     but now  thanks  to  Dodd's  Kidney Pills I fool well and smart."  This- case and its cure has created  quite a sensation    and     3\Frs.    Maxwell's full and frank statement of thc  .matter    has    boon    the subject of a  great deal of comment.  ���������'.,,.  I>odd's Kidney Pills seem to be an  infallible euro for Diseases of Women  as well as for Rheumatism. Diabetes,  Dright's Disease and all Kidney disorders.  Dodd's    Kidney     In England  only SO  persons  million commit suicide in a jear  France the number  is 20;j,  and  Gennr.ny 208.  --  -      -fr 7-  ",������7".-������3nri"-^r 'W&'^si-'ez&tzs.  f  ^*.H*W^^H'T*^H*-f'-J'-H'*-5'-f*J'' '^*W-K������T^*^Wi'-^^T*Ki'-H':i  per  Jn  in  incrd's.Llninront ReJicvas Meura'frfa,  Twenty per cent. * of all horned  cattle ai-e killed for food a year,  40 out of every 100, sheep, and 'JO  out of every 100 pigs.  Y<!r<ip'i thi. *"i>n2'hl  ' nurt 'works oft* I'ii* <: hi.  Laxa'ivo Hrom'ti'QuinlDo Tab'ets cure a cold  in oneduy.  Jio-iUro, N'o 1 ay.  Price 25ecn!s.  DejrsitofGra Una Steamships  Tiliiiurcal to tiveipcol.     Uostou  lo   Liverpool.   Portland to LWurpool.   Via Quctns-  lown.  Larje and yastSteinuhipo. Superior ncoommod&tloi  for all cluMes uf lis (.engura     S..looaj and Stiteruom  ere Qiiii'Uhi(i3.   Specisl utieniiiiii hue be. n given to th  Second S.iloon ami Third-t!Ii-.iu luccnini'i'lsiion.    Fo  ruttB of pm-sgt niitl all parli-julsm, apply to Buy sjm;  ol tlie Couiptuj. or  Bioiiards, Mill* k Co, *0. Torrance & Co..  27 dtaiu He, BoctODt. Kontreal *nd i'crtionil  UlBBPsanilBnnnio!  Sulzor's It'ipe ^^w'vs^^v;.       SPEt  fooil nl  t  FARR9  SPELTZ-  ���������^i'^Kf'^j.    Catalog  :ffl '>iitfhK t0lh'-  : :_A  VILBAGE PENSION" FUND.  -The    Sussex village    of    Catsfield,  England,  has established  an old-age  pension fund, and at the present time  upwards    of ������i300 is in hand ,for the  purpose of maintaining the old people when thoy are no longer able to  \york.     At ithc annual meeting,  over  which  Mr.  T. - A.  Brassey    presided,  it Was stated that the subscriptiorr  for the past year amounted to ������10S.  anc- pensions amounting to ������107 had  becij  paid,     fc-jo succossful'    has    the  scheme proved that other villages in  Sussex   contemplate  following   Cats-  field's ^example.  I England's, record trout 'weighed  J251b. It was, caught in the Avon at  Salisbury. Scotland can show one  of 291b., caught in Loch Stennoss,  in Orkney.  Minard's Llnlni5.it for-safe'eyerjrtsre  ''���������������������������:���������$������������������-������������������ .'"���������  Sweden cultivated only l.'JGtV.'O*)  acres of land in L.*-Ji2. Now" she has  12,500,000 under plcnvh. ..nd'*"grows'  100,000,000 bushe's of gmin a year.  ���������'.";������������������'. w p. c.nis  ^jearfJnsGisras long sta/id*  1-    ing ssres.   Try it.  ?������jrg3 83X33 233.    Druj^lsts, op  Gib-i-Sina Go,, Toronto.  SU to S:iv wide awal:o favmcr or.gwdener,  Sfw. testotherwlth i"riii;r_F<vrniS^reaaa.ii)������;le3  %  'S$  ?^lT)o"ilively worth jHO-OOtorrot ft start  e?h-  "������5S^ with, uponroceipDonjue ISot*.  ^>Jfc-  g% ia'CanailJi-ui_pi_^'i!ps. 4*??\  ">������^. S5pSi!;.'������rllKf"Trscta-    ,X>V0/  Ofttaloe  adv. with    "H&;\Vv'1;'-j''-:VVS't->^> ,    flono, 7c.  13<; for above.      ^AiiV.'. . r>'^ ���������'���������'���������"���������     j7?jni sit once.  ror Over nitty Vears ���������  'fig?. XfiTtnuoit't Sooth:xo Syrur hns been nsed bj  Billions of motl.era for Ibeir children while leeihinj.  jtMotliea the child, tufti n.i th.-einn.������. al iiynjiuin, ourei  bjui colic rcgulmes the wonincli and liowelB, and is thj  Wtt remedy for ni*-.-rho;i\. Tneiity.fite ceuu n botilo.  Bold hf dmtrk'ists iljr.ughoBi the world. lie euro ������ud .  iLsk tor " Mifcu. Wjmblow's Sootuino H\B.Vf.-  CONSUMPT10N OP FOWIJS.  It is the opinion of leading salesmen that London'consumes no fewer  than lf5.000.000 fowls a year, which,  'if evenly divided among the population, would allow about three per  head per annum.  THE MOST POPULAR DENTIFRICE.  ���������>3?00'!273Ei:  I'resorvos tho teeth,    fiiveatois ths breath.  S.rengthons the gums  Kinard's Liniment Cures Dandruff,  EING  Clesnliig mid Curling and Kid OIotch cleaned    Tbeta  can be neat by |'0������t, lo [;������r oz. tilt- beet iiluco Ii  BRITISH   AMERICAN   DYEING CO.  MOMTHEAI*  J3LECTI?IC LJCJUTS.  A remarkable innovation is about  to be made in Paris. The policemen  on night duly are to have electric-  lights on various parts of their uniforms and at the extreinotios of their  batons.      These    will be worked by  object is'the regulation of the street j WH/LEF   EOYOU  &   CO.,1   LlIIlitiBCl,  trklric. I Toronto, Out, and tVliiD:pojf, Man  I na'rum cuts, Drums,  Uniforme Etc,  EVERY T0WM CAN HAVE A BAMD  TjOV70������!t prices over q'uotC'l. Fi o oatalo^uo  MOillitJ-H-'i'l 'ns. m lil^d fr"o. Writ > u-< for imy  thing in ISnslc ur IIikIciiI IiittrutiK'nt.'.  --J������  ;Fage Metal Oraamenfal Fence. Si������ee������thatakis  1 ornamental, very nhowy nnd surprisingly chenp.    It is just what  is wanted for door yards, division fences in town lot9, grave  r-^������Sd"&JS?-.tIU20 c{s- PER BUNN,NQ F00L  rJust think of it.   Let us send yon full particulars.    Wo also  mako farm fence, poultry netting, nails ana staples.  Tha Pagi Wire Fence Co., Limited, Walkervllle, Ont.    3  ; ^  ' KbS  I  rrrin*<������r  ^^^  Are you a weakling*? Are you one of those unfortunate  young men who,, through ignorance and bad company, havo  contracted nervous spells, weak back, varicocele, gloomy  forebodings, loss of courage and ambition, loss of confidence,  bashfulness, despondency and weakness ? Dr. i.icLaughlin's  Electric Bell will cure you.  Are you a middle aged man suffering from varicocele,  prcmatureness, indigestion, constipation, rheumatism, lame  back, etc. ?    Dr. McLaughlin's Electric Beit will cure you?  Are 3'ou an old man, declining before your time, having  lost all ability to enjoy life, with prostatic -trouble, lost  strength, debility, pains and aches, and general decay of  organic powers ? I can cure you with Dr. McLaughlin's  Electric Belt with free suspensory for weak men.  I will send you, sealed, free, my beautiful book telling'  about it if you will send this ad.     Send for it to-day.  123 Vonfiro Street,  5 TORONTO, CVJfa  Office Hours-9A.M. to S.33 P.M.  itmmimmitm;  BfL SL 0  HsLAUGHUN, THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday,  February i,  1902.  Tlie Canadian Northwest  ni  REGULATIONS.  Any even numbered section of Do-  ; minion Lands in Manitoba or Northwest Territories, excepting 8 and 26,  which has not been homesteaded, reserved to provide wood lots for settlers, or  for other purposes, may be homesteaded  upon by any person who is the solehead  of a family, of any male over IS 'years,  lo the extent of one quarter section of  100 acres, more or les-s.  ENTRY.  Entry may be made personally at the  local land oflice for the district in which  the land to be taken is situate, or if the  homesteader desires, he may, on application to the Ministerof the Interior.Ottawa, the Commissioneroflminigralion,  Winnipeg, or the Local Agent for the  district in which the land is situate, receive authority fur some one to make  entry for him. A fee of !}'10 is charged  for oi'dinai*y homestead enlry.  HokESTEAD DUTIES.  Under   the   present  law   homestead  duties must be formed in one of the following ways, namely-:  (1) By at least six months, residence  upon and cultivation of the land in each  year during, the term of three years;  (2f If the father or the mother (if the  father is deceased) or any person who is  eligible to make a homestead entry, resides upon a farm in tho vicinity of the  land entered for by such person as a  hom.-slead, tlie requir'-mi'iiis <>f the law  as to residence prior to obtaining patent  may be satisfied by such person residing  with lhe father or mother.  (3) If a settler has obtained a patent,  for his first homestead, on a certificate  for the issue of such, patent countersigned in the manner, prescribed in the  .Dominion Lands Act, and has obtained  entry for a 'second homestead, the requirements of this Act. as to residence  prior to obtain in ir patent may lie. satisfied by residence on the iirst homestead.  (4) If the settler has his permanent  residence upon fanning land owned by  him in the vicinity of his homestead,  the requirements of the law as to residence may he satisfied by residence upon the said land.  APPLICATION FOR PATENTS'.  Should be made at. the end of three  years, before the Local ���������'Agent, ��������� Sub-  Agent or the Honistead Inspector. Before making application for the patent  the settler must give six month's notice  in writing to the Commissioner of Dominion Lauds at Ottawa of his intention  to do so.  INFORMATION.  New-arrived immigrants will, receive  at the Immigration Olfice at Winnipeg,  or at any Dominion Lands Office 'in  Manitoba or the Northwest Territories  .information.as to the lands that aro  open for entry, and fiom the officers in  charge, free of exj)ei:EO, advice and assistance in securing lands lo suit them ;  and full information respecting the  land, Umber, coal and mineral laws, as  weli as respecting Dominion Lands in  the Railway Hell in British Columbia  may be obtained upon application to  the -Secretary at tho Dcpa-lini'iif of the  Inferior, Ottawa; the Commissioner of  Immigration, Winnipeg, Manitoba,- or  to any of the Dominion Lands Agenfsin  Manitoba or tlie Northwest Territories.  JAM UK A. SMAKT,  Deputy Minister of the Interior.  IQackisxes  Wooden and. Fibre Tubs and  Pails of Every Description.  ��������� Giotiies Wringers  Clothes Pins, M Irons,  Brushes, Etc.  WE HAVE EVERY THING TO.  COMPLETELY OUTFIT THE  FAMILY LAUN-DRY. CALL  AND SEE OUR LINES.  Were You Ever Satisfied  v.*  J  With cheap goods of any kind, especially GROCERIES? We  think 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 Simcoe Brand or Berries of all kinds  for Pie and Table Use. ���������    ...  We have also the only complete lines iu Fancy Canned Meats,  Vegetables, Fish, aud Shell-fish iu Sandon, call aud see them.  legerich.  Stores at Sandon, Kaslo, Ainswortli;  TKe largest and best assorf=  ineivf of jockey Sticks in f Ke  city at Clfffe's bookstore  XISBCmXIMO' I ���������  E>  16-2-1 Reeo Avenue, Sandon.  Theo. fladson  TENT AND AWNING  FACTORY  BAKER STREET,  THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE.  NO.,4 K.-W.-C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.  Gold, Silver-l.ctul and Copper Mines wanfed at the KXf'IIANOB.  FREW .MILLING (.'OLD propei'iies-waiued at once for Kiisiern investors,  'arties having milling property for sale lire requested 10 send samples of their ore to the  EXCHANGE for exhibitir.n. , .      "  All samples should he tent by express, PREPAID.    ��������� ' .  Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to  ANDREW F. ROSENBERG13R, Nelson,  Klffll G  flB,G=ttU<uu<it������KMM>������ia>vdftaanin  u-U>MU������n * OM MU W.U  N. B.���������In addition lo Free Grant..'  Lands to which tin** Ri*<juhit.ions above'  .stated refer, thousands of acres of most.  desirable lands are available for lease or  purchase from railroad or any other cor-  poratiods and private linns* in Western  Canada.  Cook's Cotton Soot Compound  Is successfully used monthly by over  riO.OOO Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladles ask  w your druggist for Cook's Cotton Boot Compound. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations are dangerous. Prioe, No. 1, $1 per  boz; No. 8,10 degrees stronger,?.'1 per box. No.  1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and two 8-eeiit  Stamps. Tho Cook Company Windsor, On*.  8^~Nos. 1 and 2 sold and recommended by all  re3ponsible Druggists in Canada.  Hold in Sandon by McQueen aud F.   .  Donaldson, Druggists.  COFFEE ROASTERS  Dealers in TEA AND COFFEE.  lmiwii il I I i^ianauff.-maiilil ill. i'BW������mmm3bi Kmrnauramm  We nre oil'oring at the lowest prices  the W.st grades of Ceylon, India, China  and .Iii pan Teas.  For Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootenay Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Summit Fraction anil Surprise Extension  Mineral Claims,  Situate in the Slocan. Mining Division of West  Kootenay District.   Where located:  At the  head oi ;.lcGuigau  creek,  and  near  the  Surprise.  TAKE NOTICE that I, V*. J. II. Holmes,  acting as ngenl. for William   Kent,  Kree Miner's  Certificate No. BB/fidl, intend, <;<) days from the  date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose    of obtaining   Crown    Grunts' of ��������� the  above clnims  And further tako notice that action under  Section 'Al must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 13th day ot October, A. D. 1'ioi.  W. .1. II. HOLMES, P. L. S., Agent.

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