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 JS,  V  VOL. 6.���������NO. 34.  SANDON, B.C., SATURDvY, FEBRUARY 7, 1903.  2.00 PER YEAR  RICH STRIKE'4T PAYNE.  The Main Vein Encountered in  No. 8 Tunnel after Three .  Years Labor.  A rich strike of solid ore was encountered in No. 8 tunnel at the Payne hist  Saturday. The extent of the find lias  not been determined yet, but it ia safe  to Bay that it will equal anything yet  found in the property. Yet while the  strike will greatly enhance the value of  ' that already famous mine, it will fur-,  ther give the Payne over 400 feet of ad-  . ditional stoping ground.  Tunnel No. 8 was started in February  1900, by the then manager,  Mr. C.   H.  Hand, anil was continued   by   his. suc-  .   cessor, Mr. W. E. Zwiokey without success being attained.  The Payne Mining Co. have spent an  unusaally largo amount of money in  driving tunnel No. 8 1,600 teet from the  McGuigan side of Payne mountain.  This is said to be one of the longest  unbroken tunnels in the district and  throughout its course of operation a  great many difficulties were encountered.  Anyone not familar with mining'conditions of the blocan will have some  difficulty in realizing the severity and  disadvantages relating to the history of  this three years' undertaking.  The rock encountered was of unusual  hardness, while to this   was   added   a  heavy flow of water and to   make matters woise, a continuous faulting of  the  ground, caused not alone much   inconvenience but also heavy expenditure in  prosecuting this tediouB work.  . As the   work  and   results were very  discouraging, operations  were  discontinued for about six months  last   year,  ���������it was only on the strong recommendation of the present manager, Mr. Alfred  0. Garde,   that  the   work   was  again  taken up.  Since Mr. Garde commenced the extension of No, 8 tunnel, the work lias  been pushed with vigor, many obstacles  have been overcome in the way of water  and intricate faulting of the vein,} and  his efforts were rewarded last JSaturday  by again breaking in on tlie vein and  exposing the magnificent pay shoot of  -hiuh grade ore.  Work is now being continued on the  rich discovery and the showing encountered is improving as work is being  prosecuted.  Mr. Garde is highly pleased with the  result of the work carried on under hii  v ���������"- ���������  supervision. It was with great difficulty he persuaded the company to renew operation in this tunnel,onaccount  ofthe continual disappointments met  .with from the outset. The present  manager after thoroughly going over  ���������the ground and giving it a close examination was convinced a large body of ore  would be encountered and it was on the  strength of this assurance that the work  was again taken up.     That his calcula  tions were correct is verified by the rich      Mr. and Mrs. W.K. Jenkins,of Alamo,  find on Saturday last and Mr. Garde   is   were in town yesterday,  to be congratulated on making asuccesa j  ofan undertakint! which heretofore   re  LOOKING m INFORMATION.  suited onlv in failure.  Town Jottings.  M. L. Grimmett was a visitor to Kaslo on legal business the first part of the  week.  Mr. L. Pratt,, manager oi the Last  Chance mine, paid Nelson a short business trip Tuesday;  Alderman Brown is in Victoria thia  week in connection with the securing of  a water right for. the city.  Electric lights* have been installed in  the Catholic church the past week, and  the generosity of Mr. Harris has again  been exemplified when dealing with the  churches and institutions which benefit  the city.  The Sandon hockey team are practising hard for their contests at the Rossland carnival next week. The boys are  confident that with good ice and an impartial referee, their chances are good  for securing the championship and capturing the cup.  The 0. P. R. have put a freight train  on the Sandon and Nakusp branch of  their service, and the benefits derived  by the public have been manifest the  past week. The passenger train has arrived almoaton time every da v,-7-which  haa not occurred for a long time.  A good deal of interest was manifest  in local hockey circles over the match  between the Winnipeg Vies and Mont-  reals at Montreal on Wednesday night.  The game was won by Montreal, the  score being.4 to 1 in their favor.  Miss Julia McDonald left by the K. &  S. train on Monday for her home in  eastern Ontario. Her departure was  a few days earlier than anticipated,  occasioned by lhe receipt of the sad  news of the serious il Iness of her mother  in Cornwall.  S. F. Parrish, of Greenwood, and manager of the B. C. mine in Summitcamp,  lias been appointed manager of the Le  Roi mine and Northport smelter in succession to John A. Mackenzie, who re  cently resigned. Mr. Parrish is acting  consulting engineer for tho Payne mine  here.  C. D. Hunter,of thellunter-Kendrick  Co, with stores iu this city, Phoenix  and Grand Forks, arrived in town last  Wednesday evening on a visit of inspection of the company's interest here. Mr.  Hunter will remain in Sandon several  days to superintend stocktaking at the  ,ocal branch. His numerous friends  here are pleased to see him once more in  their midst for a short time.  The ladies arepracti-oingcnrliiig a_:uin  this week and some more excitement  can be expected shortly.  Mr, John Daly accountant of lhe  Rambler mine at Kaslo was in the city  a few days this week renewing old  acquaintances.  Mrs. Chas. Dickson, of Kaslo, spent  a few days this week in tbe city on a  visit with her husband, Mr. C. Dichson,  accountant for II. Giergerich.  Brinsley Walton left Thursday for his  old home in Waterloo, Ont., where he  will spend the balance of the winter  months.  Mrs. Chan. McLaughlin has rented  her house on Cody avenue to Mr. and  Mrs. Bewley an-l will leave shortly for  Edmonton, Alta., to visit her mother.  In this issue we print the report of  silver-lead delegates who wentto Ottawa  to interview the government on tariff  revision. Although thev have placed  their case before the federal authorities,  the work commenced ie by no means at  an end. It is the intention to keep up  the agitation until the government is  forced to act by the continual expression of public opinion. The condition  of the Slocan at present is such that the  press cannot be too persistent in their  demand for tariff protection, which appears to afford-the only relief from the  present stagnant condition.  The Payne company are making arrangements to install a couple of Wilfley  tablus in the concentrator, by which  means a large quantity of fine zine will  be saved before it is washed off the van-  ners to extract the fine particles of rich  silver-lead ore. There are many other  improvements in contemplation around  the mill the coming summer, and when  the}' are in operation the Payne Mining  Company will possess one of the most  complete milling plants in British  Columbia.  Harold and Rudolph Ashford received  word a few days ago from their brother  Henry in California, that the longdrawn  out litigation over a number of rich  mineral claims in which they are heavily interested, has been amicably settled  in their favor. The properties are gold  and situated in the noted. Majava des-  est. Shipments from some of the claims  have gone away up in the hundreds of  dollars to the ton,and it was tlie great  value of the mineral that started the  litigation so easily trumped up in mining in that state, and was the cause of  numerous and costly lawsuits. The expense of continuing the fight have been  very heavy and work on the mines had  to be abandoned for some time, but will  be again taken up at once now that the  Parties From All Over  Want  to'  Know About the Silvery  Slocan District,  The Silver Glance, at Bear Lake, has '.settlement places them in undisputed  now become a valuable shipper to its  owners. Tunneling had on been conducted a phort distance last fall when a  fine body of high grade ore was struck,  which has proved continuous and shown  up better under development. Only a  lew men are working, on the. property,  and the ore shipments last month were  53>$ tons.  right to the valuable ground. Harold  Ashford, who has had considerable experience in mining in California, will  probably leave in a short while for the  golden state, and superintend the work  of the properties in conjunction with hie  brother Henry, under whose guidance  the long standing difficulties have been  adjusted.  Since the meeting of the mine owners  in this city in December last and the  subsequent agitation by the prese.ofthe  country fora higher lead tariff, byway of  bettering the mining conditions of this  district, the Slocan has attracted worldwide attention. The many resolutiont-  passed by almost every town in the  Kootenays, showing universalsympathy  with the demands ot the operators, have  resulted in thequestion being thoroughly  investigated, and the conclusion reached is thatsomothing must be radically  wrong to see a once "flourishing industry  decline in such a manner.  The Slocan was brought before the investing public some six or Beven years  ago by the unusual richness of its ore,  and capital flowed in freely to open up  many promising properties. Everything was working smoothly until our  legislature of blunderheads passed legislation after legislation in the form of  what they termed mining laws, and  hampeied the mines villi so many restrictions that tile majority of them  were forced to dose down while the remainder worked very indifferently.  Then to make iiiatters worse followed-  the slump in the price of silver und the  refusal the American Lead Trust to buy  our lead product.  The Slocan mines even for the short  period of prosperity have paid more  dividends than the entire other mining  sections of the province combined, and  will again do so just as soon as conditions ace favorable. It was* the suspension of dividends by the mines, one after  another, that caused many interested in  silver-lead properties here to make a  study of the question and the conclusion  arrived at is inadequate tariff protection  and imbecile provincial legislation were  the chief causes of thealarmingdegener-  ation of the silver-lead industry.  The Review is constantly receiving  letters of enquiry about the Slocan from  parties in the interior of the province,  Eastern Canada and the United States  of which the following is a sample and  when proper legislation is enacted, wc  have little doubt that capital will pour  in again and mining in this district  enter on a greater period of prosperity  than ever before:  Milan, Minn., Jan2Sth 1903.  To the Editor of  The Mining Revikw, Sandon,  Dear Sir:���������  Should be glad to have send me a  sample copy of your paper together with  other descriptive literature of your country if convenient, rikI oblige.  Yours verv truly,  T.' L������������������  The North Star has paid to date in  dividends $312,000, of which ?o8,500 was  paid last year. The issued capital of  the company is $1,300,000. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, February 7, 1903.  The Mining Review.  ,p  ������ATUk'j)AY, JANUARY 31, 1903.  HOPEFUL  VIEW  The hopeful view consumptives take of their own cases is  strongly in their favor. Each  year is showing a. larger per-  THE PROFESS10NAL"KNOCKERr."  centage of Cures.  There appears  to   be associated with  One of the best reasons   for  every mining camp a certain class of in-  good   hope   is   the   record     of  dividuals whose aim   apparently   is   to   Scott's Emulsion as a medicine  decry everything that   has  a tendency  to promote the country's development.  The Slocan has proved no exception   to  the rule, and this class of people  have  been just as persistently trying to bring  discredit as others have been eneigetle-  ally promoting its welfare.   This   class  of profeBsional "knocker" does not  too  infrequently  confine themselves to one  specific undertaking, but include all industries in   the same cataaory.     They  are       principally        found  .   among  ,  those   who hs������ve   a   great   aversion   to  manual labor of any kind, whilst again  there is a second class who are loud  in  their acclamation  against the country,  merely   to   satisfy   a   purely  personal  grudge, actuated with the desire of   injuring a certain person or mining   company when in numerous cases it reaches  an aggravated form by way  of bringing  others under the ban of disquietude.  By their shortsighted advocacy  and unscrupulous methods, they do not  benefit themselves in the least particle,  and by every pernicious tactic they employ it comes hack as a boomerang, and  in the end proves more of injury to  themselves then it does to whatsoever  the ethics arc aimed at.  The la*-t year or two the "knockers"  were a little too numerous when a few  of the mines were undertaking greater  davelopuient, and were singled out as  mines of the past,or when any accessories to successfully facilitate mining,they  were either marked' as inadequate for  the purposes or altogether not built on  modern principles. These same self-  constituted an-, hor i ties on the various  branches of mining very often did not  know a mine tunnel from a gopher hole.  To*properly advance the interests of  any country it should be the unqualified  purpose of all who are making their  livelihood in a particular part, to properly and judiciously place the capabilities before tlie investing' public much in  the same light as a successful business  man would hi3   wares. ,     ���������  Of course, a? this country depends entirely upon theone industry���������mining���������  and as the vital necessity to cany it  successfully on is capital, due regard  should bo given to its real capabilities,  while on the other hand no wholesale  condemnation should be tolerated, even  if one property has not any intrinsic  value or personal spite should be sbonj*.  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 di_ease is because  of its long .tolerance by the  patient; one does not tire of  i1; .is quickly as other medi-  ' ���������'��������� "3 and   that  is   where  the  r  '��������� benefit comes.  ran up against a snag the other day he  little, thought of encoiiiit'-r.ing. E\cr  since he accepted lhe nomination some  time ago, he has posed himself as the  labor champion against the employment  of Chinese. One would think by his  utterances that the sight of a Chink was  enough for Mr. Foley, and the idea of  him employing Chinamen in preference  to white men, wrs not to be taken into  consideration. The consternation may  be imagined when a few dnys ago, John  Bailies, a union man, who had been listening to harangue of Foley on  Chinese  labor, made a vfHdavit before Commissioner Mcllaig, of  Vancouver, that   in  the month of December last  he applied  to Foley to cut a woodpile alongside his  house.   1 ailits was aGked his price   and  replied 70 cents a   cord.' The  eminent  Chris, proiiipt.lv informed him  he could'  get a Chinaman to cut it for 60 cents a  cord.   This   naturally   astonished   the  knight of labor, who  told Mr. Foley he  did  not work  for   Chinaman's wages,  turned   on   his   heel   and   walked   off.  This is only one case of   the  many of a  similar  character,   lt is   a well known  fact  that  many  of  the  high wage and  anti-Chinou criers are the first to seek  where anything is cheap, and if they do  not uet goods at  prices  low enough   to  suJt their fancy, do not hesitate an  instant to send to the sweatshops of lhe  east for almost everything they require.  This pernicious piactice would   not   be  thought so much of were it  not  for the  two-faced policy of deception   and   duplicity   of   some,   whose inconsistency  with what they continually shout gives  a false idea of their actions.  NOTICE.  Iu the matter of an application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of Title to Blocks 3 ai,o io  of  Lot b'JJ,  Group. I,  Kootenay   District  (Map 689).  NOTIi-K IS HIS HE BY GIVEN that it is my  intention to issue nt tbe expiration  of ono  month  from   the  first  publication  hereof a  duplicatef>f ihe ' eriificatcof Title to the above  mentioned lauds in the District of Kootenav in  the immi' pf James At. Barton, which Certificate  is 'inted the 6th day of February.  1902, and  numbered 1157 A.  II. F.  .MACLEOD,  r      , r,    ��������� ,     r,���������. District Registrar. .  Land Registry Olliee,  Nelson, 13. r,.  9th September, lfluii.  times when  the wild  beasts have  been  more  Chris. Foley, who was a candidate in  the labor interests for the Burrard constituency in the Dominion .parliament,  Ontario   Conservatives   have   struck  out from the shoulder  at   the greatest  enemy of their province,   the   Liberal  "machine." The good fight against corruption will be carried on to   the bitter  end, and   Hon. G. W. Ross' tactics   in  North Grey, North  Oxford   and North  Perth will be ventilated in   the  courts.  Since the bye-cleititns on .January 7th,  | the Libeial press has intimated that no  fur: her efforts would   be   made   by the  Conservative parly in behalf of honest  administration.   The with was fa*her of  the. thought.   The answer to_ tbe claim  is a protest in each riding, and Mr.Uuss  wii' once more be brought   face   to face  with even-handed   Hritii-h  justice.    In  thf coming fight the C"n.-crvutive party  deserves the moral support of all classes.  The. leprosy of corruption introduced by  the Ontario government is a disease to  to be* eradicated at   any   cost, and   the  fearless   mam er   in   \\ l>ich   Mr.  J.  IV  Wlrlney has fought its eyery'advance  proves that the Conservative'��������� parly, has  ti e interests of the. people at heart. On-  taiio will yet be fried from   lhe rule o;  the most diabolical   .system   of  control-  ever known..under, responsible government.' It is the. duty of all sol f-respect -  ing citizens lo enroll themselves against  the  'machine."   Then, and  then  only  will tlie peopln win.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Twickenham Aliiieralciaim, situate in the Slocan Aliniig Division' of West Kootenay  District.  Take notice thai I, A. R. Ilevland, agent for  K. Feyle Smith, Free Winer's Certificate No.'  IJ 69203, and Frank C. Clute, Free Miner's  Certificate No. II M5UG, intend, sixtv days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Milling' Kecord-  erfor a Certificate of Unpiovenients for tho  purpose of'obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section :.7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such ("ertilica'e of Improvement-.  Dated this -3rd day of September, ]90'2.  A. It. HEYLAND.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Silver  Jinrd.   Twyford,    Winlon,   Islington,  Knringdon,   Croydon    Fraction.    Hodney  Mineral   t ltiims,  situate   in   the   Slocan  Mining Divis on of West Kooienay DiKtrict.  Take  not'ee thai I, A. R. Heyland, agent  for the Silver Band ��������� Miring  Compa'iv,  Free  Miner's ��������� ertifieate No. B (*yjl7, intend, sixtv  days fnini the date hereof,   to  apply  to the  Mining lie-order fur a ('er:<ficH*eof Improvements, for Ihe purpi se <>f obtaining a Crown  t'raut of each of the above clH-ms.  And further take notice that action, urder  section 37, must be commenced before Ihe  issiinnce cf sich Certificate ������f Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of September, 1902.  A. K. HEYLAND.  The Great English Remedy. '  Sold and recommended by all  druggists in Canada. Only reliable medicine discovered. _>���������������  fwlcages guaranteed to cure >ll  Weakness, all effects of abuser excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, si x, $5.  One will pleate,  lis wilt cure.  Pamphlets free to any address.  The "Wood Company, Windsor, Ont.  Wo d's I'hesphortine is .sold in Sandon by  E. F. McQueen and K.J. Donaldson, Druggists.  than  human beings, and spared the woman  cast to them in the arena. It is astonishing how little sympathy women have  for women. In the home the mistress  sees the maid with the signs of suffering  she recognizes so well, but she does not  lighten the sick girl's load by a touch of  her finger. In the store the forewoman  sees the pallor and exhaustion which  mark womanly weakness, but allows  nothing for them.    It is work or quit.  Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription  makes weak women strong and sick  women well, by curing the womanly  diseases which undermine the health  and sap the strength; "Favorite Prescription'' establishes regularity, dries  weakening drains, heals inflammation  and ulceration, and cures female weakness.  ������When I first commenced using Dr. Pierce's  medicines," writes Mrs. George A. Strong, of  Gansevoort, Saratoga Co., N. Y. ������r was suffering from female weakness, a disagreeable drain,  bearing-down pains, weak and tired feeling all  the time. I dragged around in that way for  two years, then I began taking your medicine.  After taking the first bottle I began to feel  better. I took four botles of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, two of ' Golden Medical Discovery,' one vial of the ' Pleasaut Pellets,' also  used one bottle of Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.  Now I feel like a new person. I can't thank you  enough for your kind advice and the good your  medicine has done me." .  " Favorite Prescription " makes weak  women strong, sick'women well. Accept no substitute for the medicine which  works -wonders for weak women. , ���������     ���������     ., . i\ann>. n u       -  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the  i dow" his spine, an exchange of feeling' T)atPf- tj,j, 4*th d     of November 1902  most   desirable   laxative   for   delicate    would be mutual. ! '   D  E   SPEAGUE  women. i Y w      u  The election in Kurntrd f������-r the Dominion Moiitsc on Wednesday resulted  in the election of the Liberal candidate,  K. G Ma ph'er-on, and the, defeat of the  La'nirito. Chris. Fnby ('litis, had the  sympathy of the Bliiesirciik and considering he has a blue streak in earnest'1 if-care of' McAnn & McKav. Barristers,  Kaslo. B.C.  NOriCK.  To John IJ. Gray and lo any and  all others io-. wh--.ni lie may have  rrantfeired'his interest in the Rosedalc,  Flower.and ISI<������y Mineral Claims situated oh I'avne Mountain,' in the Slocan  Mining Division of West Kootenay District, British Culnnibiti.  Take.notice   that T, D. E. Sprague. a  co-owner in each of   the   said Rosedale,'  Flower and Mav  Mineral  Claims, have  expended $102 50 in   doing   and having"  recorded   the   annual assessment work  oh said Kosedale Mineral Claim -for tie  year  ci ding   October 22nd.-1902, aa required by -<������-tj(iii 24 of the Mineral Act,  and. $102.'50 indoingand hiivine recoid-  ed the annual  ns-.-epsnieiit  work of  the  said  Flower Mineral Claim  for the year  ending August l?ih. 1002. as required bv  ^eciion 24 of the Mineral Act. and $102.  50 in doing and having recorded the annual assessment woi k   on  the snid May  Mineral Claim for the vear eliding -August 12th, 1902. as re'otii'rod by Section 24  of   the  Mineral   Act, and   thatwilhin  ninety days from   the.   date   of the first  publication of this ���������notice yon fail or refuse lo contribute vnin piopr rf ion of the  said expenditure, being  one-eighth   of  the amount expended in respect of each  of the said mineral claims amounting- to  $12.80 in respect of each of.'said   claim,  together with all  cosu-   of   advertising,  your inf ores I in the snid claims will   bp-  come vested in trie the undersigned  under tbe provisions of   Section 4. of. the  "Mineral Act, Amendment Act 1900,."  Tbe afldrespfor payment cf  the   said  mnipye to me ' the said   D. E. Pprngue,  * THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, February 7, 1903.  tmssSml&E^^^  I  c  e  ���������  ���������  e  e  0  ���������  e  e  a  ���������  ���������  9  9  9  9  9  ���������  ���������  ������������������  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  h ���������; u m' Vi fl P' 1 a  Requirps nourishment in a concentrated, palatable and easily  digestible form. Bovril should therefore form one of the  chief items on the,diet list cf every invalid,, as it is the  embodiment of: all these qualities. <_���������<'.  Bavr:l"is not merely a stimulant to prop up tne flagging  spirits iorTh: pissing hour. It is a highly nourishing food,  containing all the strength-giving properties of thc best lean  beef in ths most palatable and easily digestible form.  Bovril- is  L/Icrulci  Life.    ���������  Your Clothes  $re Old...  if ri)A\|        Sandon, The Leading: Merchant  iVit/Iiun,      Tailor in'the Kootenay Country  -l,������.<'V.>',,.w������S<,trfS('l,".<'t.������������.CI.������*.J'������.".l,>.M.I->.M>Ct.".Cl.".("K"./,U'M'WM.I"W".cl.������l.("t.������.."������/������.<"l  Kaslo, B. C,  Jan. 29, 1903.  L. Pratt, Esq.,  Secretary, Silver-Lead Mines Convention.  Sandon, B. C.  Dear Sir :��������� '  The delegation appointed under authority of the resolution passed at the  convention of silver-lead operators, held at Sandon, December 10th last, beg to report as follows :  The delegation, as finally constituted, consisted of  Mr. Geo. Alexander,  Mr. G. W. Hughes,  Mr. Geo. D. Potter,  Mr. John L. Retaixack,  who were joined by Mr. G. 0. Buchanan, representing various Boards  of Trade of  Kootenay, aud Mr. J. J. Campbell, of Nelson, representing the smelting interest.  En route east, the delegation communicated with the Boards of Trade- of Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg. From the first named Board a very strong  endorsatiou of our mission was secured. The Winnipeg Board, represented by a  committee, met us by appointment, to whom, iu the short time available, we presented our case, ou which their Board promises to take action at their next general  meeting, to be held 3rd prox.  Copies of endorsations received from various Boards of Trade, Labor organizations, etc., are attached hereto, the originals having been .handed.to the Minister of  Finance.  ���������In this connection we desire to express our appreciation of the good work done  by the Kaslo and Nelson Boards of Trade, the former having been especially active.  Proceeding to Montreal, we met Mr. W. A. Galliher, M. P., who had iu your  interests preceded us, and there had a conference with the representatives ofthe  paint and lead manufacturing interests. These gentlemen expressed themselves  as being indifferent to any change in the tariff on lead, which satisfies them as it  stands, but we found that by a resolution of the Manufacturers Association, of which  they are. members, they had concurred iu au increase in the tariff on lead and its products, bntlie basis of ^c. per'lb. ..en pig lead, with an additional -%.c per lb. plus  25 per cent, ad valorem on white lead. They declined to support our demands  for a higher duty than 3-4.C. per lb. on pig lead, but stated that they would not offer  any opposition thereto, stipulating that whatever higher duty might be placed on  pig lead, ,the duty should be proportionately increased on its manufactured products.  The present policy of the Manufacturers Association being for a general advance in  tariff, the neutral position of the paint men can be readily understood.  e  o  ������  ������  e  e  o  o  o  o  e  e  ������  s  o  0  R  0  e  ������  ���������  ���������  B  e  ���������  o  a  e  9  e  0  e  8  O  0  e  ������  c  a  t  TICKET  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  Short Line  TO  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Clues go  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma,  Victoria,  Portland  AM) ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dininjr & Kufiott SmokingLihrary Cars.  2  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours  Between Spokane & Puget Sound  For rate?*, folder? and full im formation  ri*������ar<lii]j_ trip?, .cull on or act!re-!? any  agi nt 0. R. & N. Company.  A. R. C. Dominion,       II. Brandt,  G. W. P. A. C. P. &-T. A.  Seattle, Wash.     Spokane, Was=li  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C.  Oook's Cotton Root Compound  Is successfully used monthly by over  10,000 Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladies ask  _ your druggist for Cook's Cotton Root Com-  Mtjid. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  j Imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $1 per  (box; No. 8,10 degrees stronger,$8 per box. No.  ; 1 or 2, mailed on receipt of price and twoS-cent  1 stamps.    Tho Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  *E_?-jSfos. 1 and 2 sold and recommended by all  responsible Druggists iu Canada.  W1U' *m.viv n_i*wi i"  'l4QJ_IlCi->. .''"'St'*  tfaftHgtiffll-t^^  mmsm^mm THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, .February 7, -1903.  H-.M���������J**" WW /" -SR^JM.* J W^������. rfOT -_._.*,*-J'Vft l/MIMI* ������t*i ���������������.. ���������  ���������  O  O  t������  0  0  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  0  e  e  ���������  0  9  ���������  0  ���������  0  0  ���������*  ���������������  ���������*  I  0  0-  o  ������  0  0  0  0  0  ������  o  o  0  0  After consultation with the representatives of the North ��������� Star and St. Eugene  mines at Montreal and Toronto, who we found, like their local representatives, thoroughly iu accord with our views, and who gave us valuable assistance, we proceeded  to Ottawa and had our first interview with the Minister of Finance,  Mr. -Fielding,  on the 15th inst.  This interview was followed, as the engagements ofthe ministers permitted, by  interviews with  Sir Richard Cartwright, Minister of Trade and Commerce ;  Mr. Blair, Minister of Railways aud Canals;  Mr. Paterson, Minister of Customs ; *  r. Bernier, Minister of Inland Revenue ;  and after the departure of Messrs. Buchanan and Campbell with the prime minister,  Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and Messrs. Fisher, Minister of Agriculture,   and  Sutherland,  Minister of Public Works.     ' The minister of the Interior,  Mr. Siftou, was  uiifor-  fortunately abseu   from Ottawa, aud the delegation was  en  route  home  before we  learnt of his return.        Iu this connection we are much  indebted to  Mr. Galliher,  M. P., who,"learning of Mr. Siftoii's expected arrival, remained in Ottawa to place  our case before him.  In all of our interviews with the ministers and other influential people we adhered to the figures aud principles set forth in the Sandon resolution, excepting that,  in order to protect white lead from displacement iu the paint market by zinc white,  in the event of the duty on the former being increased as requested, aud at the request of certain large interests iu this district, we also asked for a duty ou spelter aud.  its products, corresponding to that requested on pig lead and its products.  In a written memorandum, presented to the minister ,of finance, we embodied  the figures of the Sandon resolution, and the proviso for a suspension of duties, in the  event of excessive charges for the treatment of ore.  Our'statements aud requests were accorded a respectful hearing, and the ministers manifested much interest iu the conditions existing in these silver-lead districts,  admitting that such conditions were deplorable, the duties on lead inconsistent, and  that some measure of relief should be afforded the  industry. Further than this,  the question being one of change in the tariff, the ministers would not  for manifest  reasons commit themselves.  We find that the new settlers in Alberta, who have  mostly engaged   in mixed '  farming, are awakening to the importance of the market, whicli under  normal conditions of prosperity these districts would afford them, and that strong petitions had  been or were being prepared throughout these new .settlements, asking the Government to increase the tariff rate on their products.  We believe that we have the support ofthe bulk ofthe commercial interests of  the Dominion, and that, in the western farmers, when instructed as to our necessities, equally strong allies can be found.  In order that the support of the commercial element may continue in increasing-  activity, aud that further co-operation of laboring, agariau, and political interests  may be assured, we earnestly recommend :  [1.] That a paid secretary be employed to attend to correspondence aud  other necessary business.  [2.]        That the Senators ancl Members of tlie Dominion   Parliament for this  province be requested to appoint an early date and   place of meeting with a'delega-  tion representative of the silver-lead mining industry, and  that  efforts be made to  to secure the co-operation of this delegation of the  commercial, laboring and  poli- >  tical organizations of this section.  [3.]. That, with the co-operation of the local Boards of Trade, a represent-  tative be sent to the Northwest Territories and Manitoba to solicit the endorsaticu of  the farming communities.  [4.] That a delegation, consisting. of thoroughly well informed men, be  sent to Ottawa when Parliament convenes, to assist our member in advancing our  necessities from the standpoint of the practical miner.  We believe the government realizes the exigencies of our case and the necessity  of according us speedy relief; that a growing public sentiment endorses our request  for adequate tariff adjustment ; and that the foregoing recommendations if acted  ou will stimulate this sentiment, and by the force of expressed public opinion nulify  the arguments of political extremists, or of those, whose interests are" inimical to our  own.  I am, Dear Sir, Yours .obeclieutly,  I John L,  Retallack, Chairman.  0  0  0  0  0  9  0  0  0  9  9  0  9  9  9  9  0  0  9  9  0  o  1  ���������  ���������  0  0  0  o  9  9  o  9  0  9  9  0  0  0  ������  O  0  0  0  0  9  9  .0  9  ���������  O  0  o  0  9  e  0  0  e  o  o  ������  0  0  o  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  The Dominion parliament is now to  assemble on March 12th and the session  is likely to ho prolonged' the entire suni-  .! mer. There'are many important ques-  | tions to be discussed, but the one which  . concerns tins country most is the revi-  j sion of the t-iriff. It is to be hoped this  ' pressing matter will be introduced early  , during the session, as it is an assured  : fact that none of the mines will resume  [operations until the government's deci-  ! sion to the mine owners   demands   are  1  'announced. This naturally will take  some Lime, meanwhile the majority of  mines are closed down and those working are only employing* one-quarter  the number of men engaged formerly,  and the total weekly shipments of silver  lead ore from this district would not  equal the tonnage of one mine alone of  a few 3'ears ago.  There have  been   reports  current to  the efi'ect that  the  Canadian  Smelting  Works ac Trail were going   to build an  addition to their extensive plant for the  treatment of silver-zinc ores of this district.   The reports were a  little premature, but not entirely  without foundation.   The zinc output at present is loo  insignificent to demand the installing of  a plant to treat it, the cost of winch  is  very, expensive.   The company  admit,  however, that should a fair, steady output be assured,   they   might   take   the  matter into consideration, but just now  the idea was not to  thought   of.   There  is very little doubt but   that when   the  mines of tlie Slocai. ayahi resume operations   the   large   bodies   of   zinc    ore,  which the majority of the properties are  known to viontain, will be worked exten-  teiisively in conjunction with sijver and  lead.    Hitherto these zinc  bodies  have  been allowed to remain dormant on account of nu demand lor the ore and the  , '_  penalty   attached   to it in  silver-lead.  The assurance of a zinc market by the  iola ooinpany has reversed these conditions, and the coming summer is likely  to see a zinc output of hik b extent that  will cause the Canadian smelters to take  the que.-tiun of zinc smelting into earnest consideration, build woiksand compete in the market for this class of ore,  for-which the output is totally inadequate to meet tho demand.  A good story ia told of a Norfolk town  councillor. Sitting on the finance committee a day or two ago to pass bills, a  small account came up for libbons for  the typewriter. Not being acquainted  with the mechanicibin of the machine,  be remarked : "She may be a veryjiice  girly, but I really do no see why she  should have this finery at the expense  ofthe ratepayers."  Mr. Elias Rogers, of Toronto, managing director of the Crow's Nest Coal  company, speaking of that- property,  said that the daily production was now  2,000 tons of coal and 600 tons of ,coke,  and that by April it was expected to  double these figures. -Yfe-7  THK MINING .REVIEW���������Saturday, -Fkbruary 7, 1903.  Peris "ied in a Snowstorm.  The many friends of 1'ele Leniieu u ill  lean1 with regret of his perishing   in   a  severe   snow   storm   at   Encampment,  Wyoming, on Thursday last,  where he  bad charge of the construction   work of  a   lo" "mile   tramway,    t.he  longest   in  the, world, for Byron  C. Eiblett.     The  work'had just been completed,. Pete and  an assistant named Comer   were on   a  tour of inspection they were caught  in  a violent snowstorm.     As the men did  not return when expected,   grave  fears  were en'-.urtaiiio'l for their safetv, when  a search party was dispatched to- locate  them.  .The   supposition is   tlmt when  ���������the storm came   upon   them   they ��������� decided to retrace their steps    In doing so  they lost the trail and wandered aiui.ess-  Iv until overcome by fatigue when they  perished.     Both bodies were recovered.  Pf le leaves a wife and one small child,  who are now at Encampment.   Tlie deceased was a great favorite with a   Uirge  number when a resident here some four  years atro  and   was   the   soul   of   con  geniality.  There is another move on the political  chess board at Victoria which .cnused  "lie hasty departure of R. F. Gr.en, M.  IJ. P., to the coast this week. If "Bob"  was thc success in everything ne undertake'- as he is a political acrobat he  would be a wonder in provincial politics.  Premier Prior, and Attorney-General  Eberts are now enroute home after their  conl'eience with Piemier Laurier on  provincial matter-?. They have no as-  suninces of securing any additional  financial assistance for British Columbia other than favorable consideration.  M. L. GRIMMETT, LL. B.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  S_Bfc*������a,7 British Columbia.  ATLANTIC SRAXtilP TICKET!    j  To and from European points via ''anndii-n j'  find American -lines. Apply for sailing-dates, (  rates and full 'information to any 0. J'. K. agent'  or R. B. flcCammon,'Agent.'Sftiiclori, ; have the best and  cheapest.    This Coa'  W.P. K CumminKs, G0.11.S.S. Ageiit,\vinnipeB , will make .the hottestand brightest (ires,'   j besides it is cariiy handled, as it is verv  j clean.    We have it forall kinds of grate'.  u  the Best.  Try  Lethbridge Coal,   then   vou   will  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 47%v, per oz.  Copper, $12.00 per cental  T^fid, *4.12>< percental'  Spelter (zinc) *i.oq *  McGuiuan Ore Shipments.  The   following   ore   shipments-   were  shipped from this point for   the  month  of December:  Kambler  t>o  -    lOi  Antoine  00  Red Fox '.'.'.'."'.'.'."!'.'.' U  Slocan Boy  .*  y.  Silver Glance   (Bear Luke)  53  Totil1  263  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The  following are the ore. shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mlne- ' Tons.  SILVER-LEAD  Payne ;  on  Ivanhoe  ^  American Boy  21  Reco    ' oq  Total  ,.-,,    l2l  zmc.  Pavne     30  Total  ~        ot)  The large stores erected and operated  by the Crow's Nes't Pass Coal company  at Coal Creek, Morrissey and Michel  are to be sold. Roughly estimated the  stock at Ihe three stores might reach  the sum of .$150,000.' The reason assigned by the company for selling is (hat it  has decided to confine its attention exclusively to coal mining.'  The Canadian Pacific railway improvements, for which twenty million dollars  have been authorized, will not be considered until February, when another  board meeting will be held, 'and when  the second vice-president and general  manager will have . returned from his  extensive western' tour of inspection,  whiih will occupy two months time, being one of the most prolonged inspections ever made on theroad.  The Winnipeg board of trade have | ~  adopted resolutions in favor of the demands of the mine owners of theSlocan.  This practically places Manitoba and  the Territories in line for a higher fcarill".  These provinces are wideawake to the  benefits derived by a large market for  their produce in British Columbia, and  with the mining industry again ma  flourishing condition means greater  prosperity to all other branches of business*, especial I v farming.  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F.'.VNB A. M.  Jiegular r'oinimii.ication of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in ench month at 8 p. m.  ViaUlng brethren cordially invited.  JAMKS M.BARTON", Sec'y.  ,rv  Cameron  Established 1858  Hannfacturers of all kinds of  , Plain and Fancy  M  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  Certificate of improvement.*.  .���������NOTICE.  Cr'-ssfcll ijPd Ethel Fraction Mineral Claims,  situate in ihe s-:loe������ii Mining Div/sion of  West- Kooleiiay nistrel Where located:���������  At the head of Jiiijht Mile Creek.  Take notice (hat T, Robert IS win, Free Mitw's  Certificate No It. o'JUOO, intend, si-cty days ffoin  the date hereof, m apply to the .-.fining Recorder for a ('ertilipjite of Improv'-monts, far  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  abov. claims  And further lake notice that action, wider  section :J7, must lie c'liimeiiced beforp tho  issuanoe of such Certificaie of rniprovcnient.  Dated this 1st dnvoi* I'ebrunrv, A. Jl. 1903.  ma  tflrWfl (\  % \jrzxMj-z:tas4*xzi  ROATE  Healers in TEA and COFFEE.  __,#,*--������*w.  Knlxut Kwin.  General News..  Rosslan-l    mines   paif,     (,np. "   fhe  year 1902 $1,120,900 in wage*.        '���������',*���������,.-  E. Neale.'secretary and  treasurer of!  tlie Fernie Miners' Union,  is  Ph,.i*t   in I  Ins accounts, and Wt town between two I  days.   Neale leaves debts to the amount I  of .$1,500 among the merchants of   Fer-!  nie. ���������'!  _  There appears to be a  great  demand-  in the west at present for field s'uveyors  Besides all the regular work going  on  there are railway' lines to   be   plotted  timber limits to be surveyed and a great  deal of private work to be done  "vm*���������*���������.��������� "*r- mm ..ri >n .LM m.qp  W������ ure'������������������ofTerinpf nt the.lowest prices  the. best erndei of Ceylon, Indin, China  nnd .hipnn Tens.  for 1'rices sec Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootenay Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  !  -���������������-���������_*-__������ _������_n_-. _m cat .oranox ct__K*tr u.* n-gj***, _e__i w_������i t.iq<ra_  50   YEARS'  EXPERSENCE  okane Falls  AND NOKTEKN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHKPIJERD RAILWAY CO.  KED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  f|Y ��������� WASHINGTON & U. N. RA ILW'A Y CO  VA N., V JC. & E. R Y. & N. CO.   o   : The only all rail route between east, wes  .'Mid soutli to Rossland, N'e'son, I'rand Forkt  ! ai'd Republic. ( ounce's nuSpol'iiiie with tbs  i.C'reiu Northern,* Northern J'a.-ilic and 0.. K. e  j N. (.:o for points onst ivct m-d south; connects  jut Rossland nnd >'els������n with thc Co million  I'ucilic Jvailwi'j*.  Connects at X'Uon  with K. R. '& N."f,o. for  Kusloiind K. it S. points.  Connects at   Curlew with  stage fiir Greenwood 111 id M id way, li. (:.  liufl'ett cars rim ou trnins between Si>nkHiie  and itcpublic.  li fleet ive N'oy. 22,1902.  Arrive.   Spokane  5:-15 p.m.   I'osslnnd 2:10 p. in.   NeHon S:' 0 p in.   Grand Forks ���������! :00 p. m.   Hepnblie 0:10 p m.  f  Leave.  1 :*:.*"��������� 11.111  10:J5ii. m.  7:0C u.in  J 1:00 a.m.  9:15 11. in.  .������  m  V������*fr'5  ?  "COMPAXim ACT, '.S'J7.  II. A. JACKSON, G. V.&. T. A.,  .SpnkiiE'.c, W'Hsh.  G. K.TAl. K.AUUKV,  Agent, Nelson, B. 0.  Mm  t.'B tBJl"^' 4(������"    "'  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyonesondlnpr a slcotcli and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly coiilldential. Handbook on Cutouts  sent free. Oldest imcncy for securiii}; patents.  I'ntoiita taken 'through Muim it Co. receive  special notice, without clinrce, In tho  ctentiisc  (VOTKK IS HICKIiliV GIV'IiN thut Wim.iam  '^ Stewart.Ikmcins, Mine Manager, of Alamo, U. G , h������s been unpointed Attorney* for  "Tho ScottiPh Colonia' Gold Fields Limited,"  in place of Gijokoe'W. IIuojifs of (he same  pln.-o. .      7 '   .   '  Paled this 21st day of January, 1803.  '.     '       S. Y. WOOTTON,  Itegistrnr of Joint Stock Coui]ianies  A handsomely llluatratfid wookly. Lnrpest clr-  ctilntion of any flclentltlo joiirnul. Terms, $3 a  your; four months, ?I. Sold by all newsdealers.  MllNPISCo.361Bro^,ftalfoik  Branch Offlce, 625 li" St., Washlnuton, ,D. O.  , Mlf ��������� iSpM CD.  LIMITED.  Internationa] Natation fiftaflw Co., Lid.  1   Kaslo I Slocan Railway Company.   ���������  NOTICE.  Coninicticing Sunday, Aii(rust 17lh. 11)02, the  following time furd will be in 'effect on  Kootenay Lake nnd K. X- S. K\.  !        KASLO & SLOGAN RAILWAY.  K/\SLO-SAN DON U O L"Tli.  0:00 a.m. leave Kaslo arrive  fl:lfl p. in  I 10:10 a.m. leave.. Whitewater...leave  .1:12 p. in  I U :0()fi in. leave .M''Gui},raii....leiive 1:22 p in  I lJ:2;">a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. in  !  'A direct eonuce'ioii is made nt Kaslo wilh  I steamer both to and from Nelson.  iFdverttse fn  tKe TOTjiIji^ ���������Review-i"T.f ^::::k^::::::i^ 8������  ���������b U.!.!,I1*:!";:^VIarh-,t,t,:^"^"rth r���������d pl  STEAMER SERVICE.  ivAsr.o-.vicr.so.v Korrii.  ':00 n.m. leave Nelson... .nrrive  7 15 p.m  m.  Pilot  Me;  C������a.tes  Buy nnd at ^i" wuy:l������in^hVi,'K oVi'si^nai"  ^onrct'ting at Nelson   wilh  Nelson  ,fc  Fort  &!1? Kt'_,.hVft-V l'������lh t0 Unrt from B"MlenS:  c,.    ,        ,    ,,     ,.-,t   ,3.1 >   i    Ticiceissold to nil iioiufs in rrPited States and  tH ^'^'^^i^V^.-^8^?^1^ '! f'n������������������������-via GreAt Northern, Northern faeific,  -rr-��������� oimcnl.    vvill noi. sap or got. rickety.    PittmB      i,  i>   .-. \- /..,   ;l,���������   ,(,������������������ '  ���������~Z/y with solf-actinfr ItitchesY'-which open either!   : '   ������*'    "  '" '       '  -*���������"-*' '      ' !    Oi'oau nnd stennship tieketsn  ������������������ lir.es will be furnished on a, pli  n open  or close in a stro:;j $  I  and rates via all  ieation.  For further particulars call on or add  res������  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  Robt. Irving, MiumiferKftsU), JB. C.  Gko. Ucston, Agent, Sandon. ���������<ww*w������imir*--WS-WJ^^  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, February 7, 1903;  Town Jottings.  I Rossland Winter Carnival.  Feb. 12th, 13th and 14th.  For the above occasion the Kootenay  Railway and   Navigation   Co. will   sell  tickets   for one   iirst-class fare for tlie  With the Curlers.  The following is thes.-heilule of games  for next week :'  Ships. Day   Time   Ice  Pratt vs. Grimmett,    Mori.   G 30   No. 1  Mr. Geo. Alexander was in city Friday on his way to the'coast.  Messrs. W. S. D re wry and C. A.  Sandiford, of New Denver, were visitors  to tho city Wednesday.  The committee   who  have   the   hon-  spiel matter in hand  will   meet   today .round trip,  and arrange for the date on   which   the      Selling dated Feb. 10th. 11th. 12th ancl  affair will be held. ,     .   ��������� ,    *  13th.   Return limit Feb. 16th  There is money in hockey if we are to  judge by the gate receipts of the games  between the Victorias, of Winnipag,  and the Montrealers the other day. The  receipts for a aerie, of four games were  $15,000. Both clubs were each given  $3,000.  The cold snap of the past few days  has caused a' brisk demand, for wo*)d  coal. 'Ihere was plenty of both on hand  luckily and no shortage is feared so  long as the C. P. R. keeps the freight  on the this section toease the congestion  of trafic.  There has been a report in circulation  this week to tlie effect that Mr. Jones,  on behalf of the Tola Zinc Smelting Co:,  had purchased the- Lucky Jim mine.  On enquiry the Rj-:vie\v learns that  there is no truth in the rumor. However, the lola people are negotiating for  this well known property and probably  from this fact the report eminated. The  sale, if any takes place, wlil be about  the first of March, when Mr. JJraden,  the principal owner of the property, is  expected in the city.  We regret to hear of the serious indisposition of Mrs. Robt. McDonald,  who left Sandon some time ago for Fernie. She has been ill for sometime, and  a few days ago was picked up on the  street in an unconscious state, having  fainted while out taking a short walk.  She was carried home and medical attendance summoned anil it took three  hours to bring bet* out of the swoon.  Mrs. McDonald is suffering acutely  from tuberculosis, and her condition is  such that there is very little hope of recovery.  Gomm vs. Clifle,            "  !<  ��������� i  2  Ritchie vs Crawford   '   "  li  <f  S  Cavanaugh vs Fallows Tues  ((  . 1  1  Pratt vs IJ all  <(  I I  ���������->  Gomm vs Lyons              "  11  ��������� <  3  McMillan vs Crawford Wed.  (������  *<  1  Scott vs Fallows        *    "  !<  14  2  Grimmett va Hall           "  .<  It  3  ClilTe ys Lyons '         Thins.  (I  ((  1  Ritchie ^s Scott              "  8.30  No.  1  Cavanaugh vsGimmett Fri.  G30  ������<  Pratt vs Clifle  8.30  ((  Gomm vs Crawford     Sat.  6 30  l ("  McMillan vs Fallows     "  8 30  *(  Hotel Reeo Arrivals.  Only TKe Best.  TKe Daintiest Brails,  TKe Freshest Groceries,  CKoicest Smoked Treats  ai\d Canned Goods.  Delicacies Tn. Preserved Goods always fn. stock at  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongue and Salt Pork a specialty.  Always a choice supply on hand of all kinds of  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh and Sal Fish,   ..  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