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 ivf^ftarr-*..������,'  '-I-rV3~������r,UVVVU*VM.*W*t-*.My^Vii'**iMf^  'M������������������^fpsv^i.rt(i,vff-Vff^^A,Yirf^J^W^,Vj.i*awf������vi������������.s^)j,  tvukC^scux^ucj.i/t'a  ia  VOL. 6.���������NO. 31.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1003.  2.00 PER YEAR  h  ���������  IT  H*i  St'. ;>  Ti '*'  ft  SANDON IS TI) THE "MB.  Citizens  Discuss the Silver-lead  Question and Civic Affairs.  (..Quite a few attended the public meet-  ins; in the city hall .last Saturday evening for the   purpose   of  endorsing   the  stand taken by tlie mine owners and the  discussion of civic affairs.     M. L. Grimmett was appointed chairman and Geo  Huston  secretary.     In ' declaring  the  meeting opened the chairman said   the  meeting was two-fold, the discussion of  civic matters and the   silver-lead  question;   and   asked   which   of   the    two  ��������� should   first    receive    attention.       A  motion was immediately passed to proceed with the si Iyer-lead  question, and  L. Pratt, who was chiefly interested in  calling the meeting; was asked to   state  his views on the  matter.  Mr. Pratt said as'all were aware   the  silver-lead mine owners passed a   resolution some time ago' in   this   city   re-  ���������    questing the government to   revise   the  duty on lead coining into Canada.   The  mine  owners   after   meeting   once   or  twice and discussingalfairsarnong themselves came to a unanimous   conclusion  that a higher tarifl on lead and its  products was absolutely  necessary  to   improve the conditions of this class of mining.   That they had placed a resolution  ia tho handsof their representative of the  Dominion parliament of  Canada,   and  also had forwarded copies of   the  same  resolution to all members of  both   the  House of Commons and   Senate.     lie  thought they had  made a pretty strong  plea,   and   was   certain   Mr.   Galliher  would be able to get tlie government to  submit to their demands.   A short time  ago their representative informed   the  members of the mine owners committee  that certain statements emulating from  a speerh made by Smith  Curtis, M.  L.  A. of Rossland, were being used by   the  paint mixers of Eastern Canada   in   an  active propaganda against the resolution  , passed by the mine owners,   in   which  they are endeavoring to show that there  was a diversity of  opinion   among   the  lead producers, and iinlesssonie definite  action on the part of the people was not  speedily taken their efforts weie   likely  to end in failure.   Mr.   Pratt  further  stated that the Boards of Trade of Nelson,! Rossland   and   Kaslo    had   held  meetings and   passed  resolutions   supporting the mine owners and dining the  past few days public meetings were held  by tho citizens of these towns and . also  New Denver, as well as the Trades, and  Labor council of Nelson- a labor organization���������to Show that the people of   the  district were in hearty sympathy   with  the lead producers in their efforts to secure the legislation asked.   He had called the attention of a few of the leading  citizens to the fact that Sandon beingthe  centre of this  important, industry   was  looked upon as the chief  place   to   be  heard from, and any action on the part  of the people of Sandon would go a long  way in influencing tho government as to  the    course they   should   take.      Mr.  Pratt concluded by saying the meeting  was called to pass  a resolution endors  ing Uie one .adopted by the mine owners and to repudiate the statements of  Smith Curtis, and as Sandon would be  the city to benefit most directly by  the legislation sought, it would show  the government that the people as a  whole were united and strengthen their  cause very much. ���������  Mr. Mc.-idams, undertook to defend  Smith Curtis, and as usual without any knowledge of fads, He said  the speech of Smith Curtis was made  in Rossland and reported by the  Associated Press of that city to the  papers of the east. That the paint mixers of that section were using his statements to conduct their propaganda and  that'Mr. Curtis was taking no part in  the campaign against the lead producers. His statement was promptly repudiated by Mr. Pratt, who said it was  nols'i. That he, himself, had in his  possession one of the circulars and a  personal letter from Smith Curtis accompanying it, which was completely  at variance to McAdams'  remarks.  Mr. Towgood followed and said  that we were all interested in the working of the mines; that Lhe mine owners  had met and considered the situation,  and adopted a resolution which they are  confident will allievate (he present distress. As the people most concerned in  the matter, they ought to know what  would benefit the industry and he  thought a resolution should be passed  supporting them in their desires." All  the people were inetitiiesympathy with  the mine owner and were as much interested ir, the welfare of the industry.  Mr. Bruder asked if there were any  representatives of the miner's union  present, when Mr. Huston informed  him that he had spoken to  some of the officials of that body and  was told that they wore holding a meet-  in their own hall at that moment and  would take some action in the matter.  Mr. Grimmett then read a resolution  he hud prepared, which after few amendments was adopted and appears on another pngo of this issue.  Tlie resolution was passed unanimous-  Jy which Mr. Pratt .forwarded at OLce to  Mr. Galliher in Ottawa,-and expressed  his thanks 10 those present forthetime-  ly action taken. This ended the silver-  lead part of ihe evening and the question of the civic aliairs,was then brought  The chairman in opening the discussion said it was theoustoni of the outgoing council to cull a public meeting at  this time of the year to give ah account  of their stewardship and select new  members for the coining term. He called upon Dr. Gomm to express his views  in this connection, but the Dr. on rising  said he had only been a member of the  board a few weeks, and then the-office  was forced upon him, and beyond the  passage of a few account.-: he knew little  of the business transacted during the  past year.  Aid. Brown was then called upon and  said if there were any questions asked  regarding the expenditures he would be  pleased to answer them. He thought  the .council had done very well under  the circumstances; they  had kept  the  had   spent   about $4,000 on the flume, |    In reply to these charges Aid. Brown  and thisalone had eaten nearly all the  admitted there was  practically nothing  money available, outside of running ex  penses.   The council had also paid a few  old bills and met the half-yearly  interest account of $450 on debentures.   The  cost of running the school had been very  heavy,   the  city   having to contribute  about'$750 towarda its maintenance and  on account ol the poor   attendance   the  government grant had .been very small.  They had endeavored to collect the back  taxes, but had experienced   much difficulty in doing so on account of the trouble in getting a quorum  and the . little  interest in municipal affairs.   They had  placed tho collection of  Sproat's  taxes  in the hands of a solicitor, but   shortly  after doing so the councij went to pieces  and the matter dropped  for a period of  about four months, when  there  was no  council at all  to   direct affairs.    When  they did succeed in forming a quorum a  short while ago the question of Sproat's  taxes was again   brought   up   and   an  effort made to collect them.   They received a commnnciition in   reply   from  that gentleman to the effect that  they  were an illegal council and  powerless to  act.   Since then nothing had been done  as so little interest was taken in council  matters by the  citizens,   the  members  of the board decided to let affairs stand  until a new council was chosen.    Some  thing definite had to be done and every  effort should be made to elect a mayor  and full board of aldermen for the coming year, as there had been no provision  made towards the sinking fund. The  total amount collected was $11,729.93  arid thin was all expended except a balance of:iji2-iS.50 to meet a few outstanding accounts.  It was pointed out that according to  the report oublished the scavenging department did not pay for itself and those  present would like to know the cause.  Aid. Brown replied that a mistake  had been made in the preparation of  the report, which could be easily explained. He said (hat at the time Geo.  Waite was appointed scavenger his salary was $90 per month, later it was decided to combine the police and.scavenging departments into one, with an  increase of salary of $10 per month. In  making up the report the both accounts  had'been credited to the scavenging department alone, and by deducting the  police account therefrom it would be  found the department complained was a  a little more than self-sustaining.  Mr. Harris brought up the small expenditures of the fire (leparlment, sidewalk 'improvements, and the present  dangerous condition of most of the latter, especially in front of the city hall.  He.pointed out that the amount spent  on sidewalks was only the paltry sum of  $25, and asked if that was not considered a very small expenditure on such  an important matter. In. the fire department the report showed only.$6.50  spent in equipment, and was altogether  absurd. In the clearing of the sidewalks it would appear that nothing had  been done towards them, and their condition Was such that a person sustaining  a fall was likely to meet with severe injury and leave the city liable for heavy  expenditures within the revenue; they I damages.  done in the construction of sidewalks'  and which were badly needed, for the  reason the council had no money to  build them, tho flume ��������� improvements  and extension taking nearly all the  funds available and other departments  had to be neglected. He. was in favor  of building sidewalks wherever needed ���������  within the city limits. In regard to the  small expenditure in the fire department he stated that the city had purchased an entire new equipment after  the (ire and very little was needed.  , In the discussioivof this subject the  fact was brought to light the fact that  the fire equipment did not cost the city  hardly anything, as it was purchased  out of the relief fund and donated to the  city by the committee in charge.  In connection with the clearing of the  sidewalks Aid. Brown said lie regretted  their present state. The council had  thought-��������� of enforcing the by-law in  regard to them, but had n,et with so  little encouragement from the people,  that they decided to leave the matter  for the new board to deal with.  A. David spoke a few words lauding  the council for their work during the  year and made a motion to request the  old board to be re-elected, which was  carried. A vote of thanks was passed  for their services rendered the city and  the selecting of (he necessary number  to completethe board began.  The chairman said that something  should be done to secure a full board.  He was aware there were not many  qualified for the position, and those that  were did not care to act. He regretted  to see the.little in'erest taken in civic  affairs and thought more public spirit  should bo shown. Glancing over the  voters's list those qualified for mayor  and aldermen were singled out, the entire number being about fifteen.  Ex-mayor Cunning was brought forward by McAdam, but those present  thought thev had enough of Mr. Cunning's services the past year and his  name was riot even considered.  M. L. Grimmett Avas mentioned for  the office and the motion made w as carried unanimously. That gentleman on  rising stated that he did not covet (he  position, but if no one else could be persuaded to accept the office he had public  spirit enough to do so.  Jas. Vallance was named for alderman and he replied in about the same  terms as Mr. Grimmett. Then a committee was appointed to interview.those  who could qualify for the purpose of securing two aldermen, and after appointing E. R. Atherton school trustee the  meeting adjourned.  On Monday the committee composed  of M. L. Grimmett, Jas. Vallance and  E. R. Atherton interviewed Alex. Crawford and obtained for him his consent  to act as alderman and also Ed. McLeod  of the Kootenay hotel.  Ihe new council for the ensuing year  is as follows:  Mayor���������M. L. Grimmett.  Aldermen���������Jas. Vallance, A.   Craw- ^  ford, Ed. McLeod, E. A. Cameron, Dr.  Gomm and Thos. Brown, the last three  being members of the old board. ������W������*������.***:-2S3^3ra^  ^^^iS^^^^^^MS^^^^^^^^  THE MINING REVIEW���������Satumay,' January  17,  1903.  >.   f  Mining Keview.  SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 1903.  Sandon is to be  congratulated on securing the services of M. L. Grimmett  as   mayor.   As  a leading   lawyer   the  affairs of the city will be conducted in a  legal and efficient manner,and theglar-.  ing mistakes and   incompetency of the  past vear will be rectified.    Had Mayor  Grimmett acceded to the many requests  of the taxpayers (he past  few weeks, to  assume control of civic affairs, he would  had no   difficulty in securing an .entire  board to work   in   hearty   co-operation  with him, as those qualified to act, would  only be   too willing   to serve under his  guidance.   It   is  only right to say the  office was forced on hi in by the unanimous  request  of   the   meeting last Saturday  evening, which would not hear of a refusal on.his part.   The most competent,  man possible is needed for  the office of  mayor, and   the   choice   for 1903 ia the  best made since the. city was   incorporated.    With   Mayor   Grimmett  at  the  head of affairs the city's welfare   is   assured and more interesl in  civic affairs  will be manifest on behalf of   the   ratepayers. . There is plenty of work for the  new board to consider.    Despite  the report of the old council it is current   the  the a/fairs of the city arein  poor'shape  shape and will call   for   tlie. most rigid  economy in all  departments.    Nothing  has been set aside the past year for the  maintenance   of the sinking fund, and  the only improvements made  with   the  $11,749 collected in revenue,   was about.  $4,000 in connection with the''flume, the  balance being dispersed mostly in salaries and   school   expenses.^- There are  many questions affecting the welfare of  the city to be adjusted by (he new board  chief of which is'the  proper protection  of the city against (ire.    At present Sandon is practically at the   mercy of   the  fire fiend, and   should a fire   take place  the   result   is   liable to be disastrous to  the city, and this in face of   the   severe  lesson taught tlie officials  only a short  time   ago.     Arrangements   should   be  made as soon as possible to   settle  any  differences with the Water & Light Co.,  and we are confident that with the conciliatory  spirit   characteristic   of   the  mayor   that  an    amicable   agreement  would, be the result to the benefit of all  parties concerned.  ' BOTTLE BABIES  Bottle babies are so- likely  to get thin What can be  done ? . More milk, condensed  milk, watered milk, household  mixtures���������try them all. Then  try a little Scott's Emulsion in  the bottle.  It does for babies what it  does for old folks���������srives new,  firm flesh and strong life.  You'll be pleased with the result. It takes only a little in  milk to make baby fat.  We'llscnd you a little! to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   BOWNE,      Chemists, Toronto.  the mines, and a 70 per- cent, product���������-  the highest known���������lias been obtained.  The zinc shipped at present contains a  quantity of white iron which is a detri-  NOTICE.'  J ii" the matter of an Application for a duplicate  ofa (erli'iieuleof Title to  Blocks 3 and io  . NOTIi'k "is IIKHEHY GIVEN that it is mv  ment to any fair profit to the shippers, I ������W��������� ^������ fl^^MrVrSo?".6  and before K,���������B ,],* lading ,,f roasting fe^^^  ' the nerne of Jan cs ,\l. llano.., which l.'erinicato  Whether the Iola company build one or  not we expect to see one or  more roasting plants installed  in  connection with  concentrators milling zinc ores the coming slimmer.   If the market proves favorable,   the   properties    shipping  this  class of ores would be   able   to  make a  fair profit by the addition at small cost  of  roasting   plants  with a magnetizing  process attached, for cleansing the  zii.c  from! the   white   iron   with   which   it  abounds.   ���������Experiments in  (his connection have alieady been made at some of  plants will be com mem cd att-onn.1 of ihe  mines and Ihe marketing of zincoies  established on a paying- ban's. I'ians  have already ri-en manned for the wo.k  of construction lo be en mm need as soon  as the season Hermits,  It has   been   noticeable to many the  past week that'no notice  hna  appeared  in the outside press of the meeting held  on   the silver-lead   question   and civic  affa'rVhe ",0i,t im I or'anl i'loin of puMic  inteiest   that   has   transpired for sometime.    The Nelson Daily News'   is   sup-  pog.. d to.liave a correspondent   in. this  city to furnish news of any importance,  and either he has been asleep or tho Harmonious   proceedings  were   not   to his  liking.    Quite a few believe the'latter io  be the 'cause and the editor of- the News  should see that Sandon is not neglected  in its ce liimns if its circulation  is to be  increased in this eily.  iW2, and  ���������.  ....   ...... \j'   ,  t.JUU'  is  dated   Ihe (illicitly of l-ebruarv,  numbered 1J67 A.  11. F. MACI.KOD.  District i-icgistrar.  Land Bcgistry Oilice,  Nelson, li.<\  0th September, ll.tiii.  Certificate of Improvements.  SOTICJS.  Twickenham Mineral Claim, situulp in 'lie Slocan .Mining Uivision of West Kooloiiay  District.  Tate notice thai T, A. Ii. norland, agent for  K. Knyle.Smith. Free Miner's* Certificate No,  K ftfL'tiS, and Kraiilc (3. Olutc, _I-"rco Miner's  Certificate No. B iM.Oiitj, intend, sixty days from  thedate hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a i eftilicale of 'iinpioveinents fortho  pnr|if>rc of obtaining ,a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And I'urihor (nice notice (hat. action, under  section :->7, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Ceriilica'e of Improvements.  Dated this i3rd day of September, ISOi.  A. It. HKYLAKD.  Certificates of Improvements.  -      ' ��������� NOTICE.  The citizens of Trail in mass incel ing  assembled, have pas-sed a strong rc-so u-  tion suppoiting the Sandon miiioowecis  and administered a severe rebuke to  Smith Curtis, who .tltliough theii member in'the.locai house duerf not by any  means represent their view on the .silver lead question.    Curtis has blunder-  By some sudden  sound she drops tha   ^ l,adly' RIh1 l,y ,ho timc ^singlwout  vase upon the floor.    She is nervous and   all whom he does   not   rt.-pres.ml, there  may be told that nervousness is a luxury (. i ,  ...i.j-1.    ...I-  _ *   won't be   enough  ASM  Silver  Bard;   Twyford,    Winton,   Islington,  I'nringdon,   I'loydon    Fraction.    Hoelney  Mineral   i lninis'  sitnale   in : the" Slocan  Mining Divis on of \\ esl Kooienuy District.  Take. not. ������e'thin f, .A.  ft.  Ileyland, tigent  for the Silver rami   .Mining  Compaiy, .Free  .Miner's ' ertiticate No. ii GUI 17, in tend, sixtv  days from tho dine hereof,   to  apply, to. tho  Miiiit'g liC'Oreler. for a C'ei-'Micrt'eof Improvements   for the purp. se (if obtaining a Crown  oiant of each of the above el������ ins.  And further,titke notice that action, m-der  srcliou 27, nnr-t Iip commenced before ihe  i.������rfu"i!cf* ��������� fsi rh (orlifica-.e cf Improvements.  Dated this L'Srel day ef September, 10012.  A. It. 1I.KYLAND.  Before.   After,',  'S  ������\  ' There is a good deal of comment in  the local press abont a zinc smelter to  be built in the Slocan shortly by the  Iola Smelting Co.,of Kansas, with Kaslo  aa the possible point for selection. One  time it is a smelter and another a concentrator for treating ores for shipment  by a roasting process, and if any is built  at ail it.will most likely  be   the   latter.  which   only a   ,^  rich woman can  i _/-v/"  afford to indulge %<������~*~  in.   Nervousness |!>p  has cost many a  woman  her   position.     Sometimes when women run  machinery the price of  nervousness     is  mutilation,��������� a  finger lost or perhaps   the  whole  ; hand crushed.  Nervousness in  'women is commonly but a  symptom of  wotiianly.disen.se.  It is Useless in  such cases to  " doctor " for the  nerves alone.  Cure the diseases  which attack the  delicate womanly organism and  nervousness will  be cured also.      /���������<*?*- :r>*"-.-V^"  Dr. Pierce's ^^������$������?^  Favorite Pre-~~ *^*f������������������--*  script ion makes weak women strong,  sick women well. It establishes regularity, dries weakening drains, heals .inflammation and ulceration, and cures female  weakness. It tranquilizes the nerves aud  induces refreshing sleep.  "In tlie fall of 1897,1 was troubled with nervousness, headache,  heart   trouble and   female  eit   to   lorm a com  mittee.  The Great English Remedy.  Sold and recommended by all  L   *Al druggists in Canada. Only reli-  Ly/'tible medicine discovered.  Six  .. ��������� . .^.^^^packages guaranteed to cure all  forms of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abusa  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one package $1, six, $5.  One will please,  six ivill cure.  Pamphlets free to n ny address.  Tho Wood Company, Windsor, Ont*  ���������.Wood's l'hr\si)(]odii:e is sold in Sandon by  E. r. McQueen and 'F.J. Donaldson, 'Druggists.  Smith Curtis deserves a hearty vote  of thanks from die Slocan fur the spontaneous outburst of sympathy with the  mine owners throughout the Kootona\>  occasioned by his recent speech. It may  not be what (hut gentleman looked for,  but it was just what was needed to show  the .eeling of (he people with the mine  owners in their just demands.  KOriCk.  To John II. ���������Ciriiy and to any and  all others !o whom he ninj' have  iransfeircel hip interest in the Kosedale,  Flower ami May "Mineral Claims siiuat-  oenn  ed 011 I'aviu; iMoiminin,   in   the   S  Protection or depression is the question absorbing all iuleivst jiift now and  upon the decision depends the fate of  the Slocan. The outcome of the conference between the delegates and Ihe government in Ottawa i.-s anxiously ''awaited  in the west. .        '        ���������       ���������  Kaslo is to have another smeller.  This Lime it is a zinc proposition and  the gas consumed in its operation Will  be supplied from "Sandon.'  , _..-  ..u���������u,c uu... ������.-iiiuic 1    It is staloel on good authority that the  weakness," writes Miss. Blanch  M. Ilrncey, of |  Sala, Oswego Co., N. Y.   "Last summer I wrote j smelters-now operating-in   British  Col-  you and you .advised me to try your ' Favorite } ..'-.- . .  Prescription' and ' Golden Medical Discovery,' ; have agreed io increase   the   7.1 UC    limit  I did so and I'began lo improve rapidly.   Con- I ,  tinued taking the medicine, half a rlozen each of    from eight to t'o tell pur cent.    This Will  'Favorite  Prescription' and  'Golden  Medical ;  Discovery' for the space of five months, and in ' have the   effect of   giving a   number of  less than a year had regained my former health." I  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets clear tha ������������������t,,������ ini'"-'S $1 'per ton more for. their ore  muddy complexion. |-tHa��������� formerly.  Mining Division of West Koottnav Dis-  trici, Briu'-di Columbia.  Tak.-notice   that. J, D. E. Sprague. a  co-owner mm rich of   ti,0   snid Rost-dale,  Flower and Mav   Minr-rai   Claims, have  ex-pendfd .+102 50 in   i-oinsr   nnd having  rccord<Hl   ihe  annual  ai-seirsineiil. work  on paid Uon-lal*. iMinenil Claim   for the  year ending  Oclober 22nd, 190a. as required by ������cclion 2-1 of (he Mineral Act,  and $.102.50 in ,i(Jj���������j, .U)<i i,���������vinp r,.,.fird-  ed the aMiua 1 asscpsnictit  work of  (he  said  Flower Mineral Claim  for the vein-  endinp'Aiignsl l?th, 1002, as required |.v  ^ect.ion-fM of ll���������. Mineral Act, and .f!02.  50 in do-ng and having recorded the annual tiSHOHMiii'iit. wm k   on   the said May  Minpoil Claim for ihe year ending August 12i.h. 15)02, kh rceiuiVod by Section 24  of   the   Minertil   Act, and j.hat within  ninety days lrom   tl,0   dale  of the first'  iMiblicalion of Ibis  notice vou fail or refuse to con I ri hn i p vonr pro'prrlion-bf'lhe  paidexpcndifiii-f.,  hpintrOne-eighth   of  thenmoiirit exppi.ded in respect, of each  rif the said minpral claims amountirig to  ?12.80 in ropppct of each of   w\d   claim,  together with nil  copfp.of.   nrlvprtipihg'"'-  ynnr inferopi in the Raid claims will  be--  cr-me vpptprl in n.,'e the nndprsigned  un-  (Ipi- the prnvipiorip of   Section 4. of  the  "Mim-ral Act. Aniendment Act 1000."  The addrep.e.fo,. pnvment of   the   said  mrnoys to nip   fh,, pnid   D,'E. Pprngiip  ip care of McAnn & McKav, Barristers,  Kaplo. R. O.  Daled the 4(h day of November. 1002.  I>. E. 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Resolution.
At a citizens meeting held in Sandon,
B. C, the following resolution was adopted:
Whereas, it has come to the notice of
theeitizens of Sandon, the centre of the
chief silver-lead mining district of British Columbia, that certain speeches delivered by Mr. Smith Curtis, of Rossland, B. C, are antagonistic to the resolution pa.^eed by the silver-lead miners,
asking'for aid from the Dominion government, to try and better the conditions of the silver-lead mining districts
of East and West Kootenay.
Whereas, said speeches have been circulated to the press all  over   the  east,
Geo. B. McDonald, formerly manager
of the Noble Five mine, is in town for a
few days.
There will be service in the Catholic
church tomorrow, morning and evening,
at the usual hours.
The Scotch curlers, who are touring
Canada were beaten the other day by
three rinks of ladies in Montreal by a
score of 46 to 32.
A special meeting of the council was
held last night when the now board took
the oath of office. It was decided to remove the snow from the side walks
which were greatly in need ofatteention.
On Sunday February 1st. the Rev. W,
J,
Then why not get the best to be had in the
country for the money. An immense stock
of the best goods and latest patterns now on
hand.    You will be convinced by calling on
Sandon, The Leading Merchant
Tailor in the Kootenay Country
and it has been made to appear that the | \y. Baer of Nanaimo will preach in   the
silver-lead miners wero not unanimous,
and that said speeches expressed the
views of a majority of them.
Whereas, Mr. Curtis does not represent the 8ilver-leadminersof the Slocan.
Therefore, be it resolved, that the
views expressed in said speeches, are
not the views of the citizens of Sandon,
and that thiB meeting urgently and respectfully ask the Dominion government to grant the request of the dole-
gates now enroute to Ottawa.
The secretary is requested to  forward
by wire a copy of the   above  resolution
to our worthy member W. A.   Galliher.
Geo. Huston.
Secretary.
We learn that the Miners' Union deferred action at their meetinglastSatur-
day evening until today. Aa the delegates were received by the government
Thursday last, action on their part, if
any is taken, will be too late to accomplish any good for the silver-lead industry.
Hotel Reco Arrivals.
T Marks, Victoria; John Lane, Fair-
view; Geo B McDonald, JL Lawrence,
A E Stevens, Nelson ; D F Fisher, Quebec; C Ried, Vancouver; W J Nelson,
Winnipeg; L Munro, Toronto; St Elmo
Davis, Reco mine;John Gable, Rambler
mine; Mrs A Dupuis, S W Pearson)
Percy O Molson, City.
Methodist church. On Monday Feb.
2nd he will deliver his popular lecture
"Six months in New York," illustrated
with superb limelight views.
On Sunday the pastor, Rev. R. J. Mclntvre will preach both morning and
evening at the usual hours. Evening
subject "The Greatest Thing in Two
Worlds." Sunday school at 2.30 in
the afternoon. Junior league Tuesday
afternoon at 3.15. Prayer meeting on
Wednesday evening from 8 to 9.
The St.. Andrews Presbyterian church
will hold service* Sun lay in Pitts' store
at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. in; Special
sermons on home missions and special
offering to home mission fund. Sabbath
school and Bible class at 2.30 p. in.
Prayer meeting Tuesday evening .at 8
o'clock.   All are cordially invited.
Rev. arid Mrs. Robb expect shortly to
leave Sandon, and are anxious to dispose of their household goods, consisting of furniture, carpets, dishes, etovos
and cooking utensils. Anyone desiring
to purchase any ofh teee things can call
at the manse.
The Sandon hockey team leave next
Thursday on a tour of Nelson, Rossland, Grand Forks, Phoenix, and Greenwood. The team going will be one
of the strongest ever sent from the
silver city, and expect to come back
with laurel 8 and elated with victory.
TICKETS
TO ALL POINTS
East and West
VIA
Try Lethbridge Coal, then vou will
have the best and cheapest. This coal
will make the hottest and brightest fires,
besides it is earily handled, as it is very
clean.   We have it forall kinds of grate.
E. i?. Cameron.
Spokane Fall
AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.
NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.
RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.
WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO
VAN., VIC. & E. RY. & N. CO.
The only all rail route between east, wes
and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forkt
and.Republic. Connects at Spokane with ths
Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. e
N. Co for points east west and south; connects
at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian
I'acitic Railway.
Connects at Nelson with K. R. & N. Co. for
Kuslo and K. & S. points.
Connects at Curlew with stage for Greenwood and Midway, B. <:.
BuiTettcar? run on trains between Spokane
and Republic.
Effective N'ov. 22,1902.
Leave. Arrive.
0:25 a. m........'.. ..Spokane........... 5:45 p.m.
10:15a. m ...Rossland.... '.2:10 p m
7:0() a, m ...:  Nelson 8:no p. m'
11:00 a. in .Grand Forks ..4:00 p. m
9:15a. m ....Republic..... .5:40 p. m.
H. A. JACICSON, G. P. & T. A.,
Spokane, Wash.
G. K.TACKABURY,
Ageut, Nelson, B.C.
Short Line
TO
St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland
AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.
Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.
Dining & BuiTett Smoking Library Cars.
2
Fast Trains at Convenient Hours
Between Spokane & Puget Sound
For rates, folderp and full information
regarding trips, call on or address anv
agent 0. R. & N. Company.
A. B. C. Denniston, ���     H.Brandt,
G. W. P. A. C. P. &T. A. '"
Seattle, Wash.     Spokane, Wash
A. R. HEYLAND,
ENGINEER,
AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEY OR.
SANDON, B.C.
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yLl^WWJTrWWrfwr THE MINING REVIEW���������Satwb������ay, January 17, 1903.  . ii .r.ff.li   -���������:.'���������  CUMJAiU  The ��������� L/adies  Curl With    Stones  Instead  of Tongs.  Wednesday night the ladies took possession -of- the^ice   and showed   the  old denizens of the "brame and "stane"  that they were not the onlyt masters of  the art.   The single ladies  comprising  two    rinks   were   pitted .'against  'an  equal number of rinks  of married ladies and thespirit with which they entered into the play-it was evident from the  outset of the game one or the other,was  to be admonished to  a  severe  defeat.  The rr..vst remarkable feature, throughout the game was the number of raises  played and it was so systematized- with  such    accuracy    that     they    hardly  ever failed to make the shot.     Another  feature was their adaptability in; Handling' the     broom    and   -showed    .to  advantage  as   well   as    the  gorgeous  regalia they were decked in���������the single  ladies wearing red and  white  and   the  married chose blue ribbon as-their dis-  tinquishing colors.    The  single ladies  were favorites, which was only natural,  and were coached and lauded when the  opportunity was  presented,   but  it is  only right to   say that their opponants  did receive  a  full  share  of  ovation,  The most exciting part of the   performance   was the  scoring.     When   the  one side would score  an   end  it   waB  amusing to see the otherlingeringabout  the board while thechaikingprocesa was  being carried on, while depicted on their  countenances waa the last faint hope of  expectancy. After the game a trophy was  presented to the large number of spectators in the way of a bounteous  supper  which waB appreciably received.     The  honors were equally divided in the   victory with a slight advantage in favor of  the married Jadiesin the "total 'score.  Rink  No.- 1. .     .  >   Single  Miss G Warner  "  Smith  Married  Mrs Robb  " Lewis  " Crawford  "  Atherton  Skip   6  Rink  Miss A McKinnon  Mrs Grimmett  "   Pratt'  "   Vallance  Skip   l(j  "  Cliffe  " M McKinnon  '  Skip  No.  2.  Mi68 A Pound  "  Lyons  "   Mclntyre  "  McDonald  Skip  Sandon Ore Shipments.'  The following are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week:  Mine. Tons.  SILVER-LEAD.  Reco......... ,  21 *  American Boy........ 63  Payne  80  Rambler.... 42  Antoine 16  Total .....172  ZINC.  Payne    81  Ivanhoe     60  Total    141  The sun made ita first semi-annual  appearance yesterday morning, when  it beamed down on Sandon for an half  hour.  9e������et������eo������09������ei������������s������t98*������tt������e������������e������������������������������0������������eeot������������*.*9tea6������  - -^Pr+vattofA ** ^y#&i&p&&&&&,2&������y!  KWwSOa^ W;^^ ���������.-,;.^,ff^|-���������^ttViPf^v^f'rtP|n^Wli^r������n;'1���������1'|Wl���������J^,^;^_^.'._  FV V1MMVlAJW>U������K������UK)tUVHUAXlU.  }  B:'|!-,-  ^���������g^ew-sa���������RBAY) JAKDARY ^  I9O3.  ,:"At tho ordinary general meeting of the  Enterprise   Mince,   Ltd.,   held   a   few  weeks ago in London, the chairman   reported that last   year's   operations   resulted in a loss of .^2,585.���������    The   introduction of new machinery has effected a  great reduction in ihe cost   of   mining,  as well as in the cost of treating theore,  which would produce a far better result  upon the current year's operations than  it was possible heretofore.     What may  - also prove to be an important factor   in  the value of the mine   is   that   another  vein has been discovered on the property of considerable   width,   upon  which  practically no work has yet been   done.  ' Bu'ri'ng the last two years the  market  prices of silver and lead have gradually  fallen, lead from something like������iS   tu  under ������11 per ton, and silver from about  2s. 6p. an ounce to 22 3-lGd. per ounce,  which your directors can 011I3' viewwith  -the utmost concern���������so much so that it  becomes a question   whether it   would  not. be better to temporarily sliut   down  the mine until-  better 'prices   prevail  We have given this matter our consideration for some time, but   have   delayed  taking any definite steps in that  direction, in the hope   that   bed   rock   had  been  reached,  and   that   the   markets  would improve.   But this has not  been  the case, and there   appears  to   be   no  immediate prospect of airy improvement  occurring.     Your directors are.   therefore,  again   seriously  considering  the  position from this point of view.     Owing to the geological   character  of   the  mine, I do not think that damage would  result'from a temporary  suspension   of  operations, hut while  silver   and   lead  stand at su--h extremely low   prices,   it  seems only a matter of  prudence   that  this, step should be  taken   rather   than .  conriiine as we are now doing���������namely, j  exhausting our resources for little or rro !  profit..  Alas! Poop "Bob."  One of the most exciting eler tions   in  tho history of Kaslo was held on Thnrsr  day and winch resullc1 in tlie defeat of  A. T. Garland by A.   E.   Archer   by   a  majority of 12 and  turning   down   the  Green    element.      Garland   waB   Bob  Green's man, .who is known in Kaslo as  "Combine" and "Merger" Bob, and he  tried his best to get his man elected but  the people of Kaslo, and the whole   district for that matter have had enough of  Bob.    This was KhsIo'b opportunity  to  show that they are sick and tired of his  fence-jumping doctrines and Ihey   have  had enough of his ruling  in   civic   and  provincial politics.   Green was trying to  sound    his   standing with   the people  and they have answered  him   with   no  uncertain voice.   As a politician he lias-  been a dinmal failure, and  his   chances  for reelection should he have the nerve  to run, are decidedly small.     The  contest for school trustee, W.  J,   Green, a  brother of Bob's, was defeated by A. II.  Brown, the   vote   being 94  to   90, and  plainly showed another route for Bob.  One of hia   most   ardent  supporters in  former campaigns proved his most bitter  enemy in the election   just held, which  is an indication of how the the  mighty  have fallen.   Although Mr. Garland was  defeated it was not on account of his unpopularity with the people, but simply  because of trie awkward position he. was  placed in by accepting   the  nomination  of the party dominated  by R. F. Green,  which the ratepayers  were determined  to defeat in any  event:   The   boxrd   of  aldermen were elected  by acclamation,  the'contest being confined wholly to the  mayoralty rind tlieeleclionof school trustee, and the fight was the hottest fought  in tlie history of   municipal   politics in  City of Kaslo.  M. L. GRIMMETT, U,. B.  ���������T)^--:.:!   .7."^, v..   .'  Barriitrr, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  Swadoa, British Columbia.  ��������� ABANTBi ffSAMIP BCBM  To and Trot" .European poinisvia Canadian  and American lines.   Apply for sailing dates, .  rates unci full information to any C, P.K. agent |  or R. B. ncCiiirinion, Ageiit.'Sarulon,  W.P. {���������'. Cunimiiijr.s Gen.S.S. Agent, Winnipeg |  Alia Lodge, No. 29.  A. V. AND A. M".  .Regular Cornmu:.ioation of the lodge.  Meet* first Thursday in each month at 8 p. ra.  Viaking brethren cordially invited.  JAMES .V. BARTON', Soc'y.  All sensible people travel by tlie  C. P. R.  Established 1858.  Hannfacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.-  I wm w  US  ROATE  Healers in TEA and COFFEE.  A Busy Session coming.  The Dominion parliament is   booked j  te meet early in March..   The   corning,'  session will be one of the  most important si; ce confederation, and  will probably las't for six months or over. Among  the important questions to be con.--idf'red ,  are: tariff revision,   the   fast   Atlantic)  service, the redistribution bill,   the   re-1  port of the   Colonial   Conference   delegates, the Railway's   Commission   bill,  the Cattle Guards bill, the Grand Trunk 1  Pacific bill,  granting   of  railway   sub-,  sidies for the years   1901-2 and   1902 8,  and the proposal to further extend  the  Intercolonial.    From this partial synopsis it can be. seen that Canada's   legislators have a very busy   session   before  them.  the  absen t? , rPP,hJlIOn'? tlm (1������''ing  Pl'^ghted'in   Joff������rtrr,!,rbab?  -^''^rKif^^-'^eh;;  We are ofTcrinc at Ihe lowest prices  .  the best trade's of Ceylon, India, China  and Japan Teas.  For Prices see Nclnon daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.      *  Koofena/ Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON. B.C.  ���������To. Curl In Rossland.  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Because   it   is   the   Symbol   of  peed  jafety  aiisfaction  Leave Sandon 8.30 a. m.  Arrive Winnipeg 3rd day 8.50 a m  Arrive St. Paul 3rd day G.40 p in  Arrive Chicago 4th clay 9.30 a m  Arrive Toronto 5th day 2.45 p m  Arrive Montreal 5th day 6.30 p m  Arrive New York 6lh day 8.55 am  CIofc connection for all Eastern points  Tim C. P. R.  Luxurious Tourist Cars  owned and operated by the  company, leave for the east  as follows:  From Dunmore Jet. daily for St. Paul  From Kootenay Landing,  Tuesday and  Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and  all Eastern points.  Through booking to Europe via all  the  Atlantic Routes.   Prepaid tickets   at  lowest rates issued   t  from     all     European  Countries.  Further information as to win- the C.  P. R. is the most desirable route can be  had on application to  A. PI. Lewis, Agent.  Sandon, B. C, or  J. S. Carter, E.J. Cov/.e,  D.P.A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A., Vancouver     '  LIMITED.  faieroaiio&al himik & Mm fa, lid.  Kaslo ������ fan SaiJvaj fempauj,  NOTICE.  Commencing Sunday, Aujrnst 17th. 1002, the  following time card will be in effect on  t   Kootenay Lake and K. <fe fc'. Ry.  ���������f^S^S^.^^^j^^S,:-{  invention 1* ..rnh���������">i ������ }'���������'. ?'',,������00whether a6  Three curling rinks will go from here  Monday, morning to participate in the  Rossland bonspiel. The three will be  as strong as any rink yet 'went from Sandon and will be made up as follows:  F.J. JRitchie, lead; J. B. Cliffe, 2nd;  D, J. McLaughlin, 3rd; A. E.. Hall,  skip.  E.J. Mclntvre, lead; C. E. ���������-Lyons,  2nd; Alex. -McMillan, 3rd; Alex. Crawford, skip; ' 1  L. Pratt, lead, J. Vallance, 2nd; Le B. /  Do Veber, 3rd; M. L.   Crimmett,   skij  nuiuKiy ascertain our opinion i.������������ ivuucner an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications strictly confidential. Handbook 011 Patents  sent free. Oldest neener for securing patents.  Patents taken through Jlunn & Co. receive  special notice, without chnnro, in the  25,400 feet of ������i������ Wire CiMe ...  ,.  . J- J-   CAMPBELL,  A handsomely Illustrated weeklv. Largest circulation of any selentlflc journal. Terms, $3 a  year; four months, $1. Sold by all newsdealers.  Branch Office, 625 W St., Washington, D. C.   ^���������...-int-oa manager  Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.,  NELSON, B. C  9:00 a.m. lem-r. 1-    ,  iSS!S���������;:"^-*-���������!:'S  "!ffl-������-'".���������:.'.'S,K������:;.-:ls���������}:gl:������ -  Agent, and Business Manager    / ������������root connection u m, ,     I",'" ""'" "'  * ������"������g & Smelting Co., Ltd        ������!U"er both '������������>������! "���������?���������Te^-at K,ls,������ "^  <i.'.-������ 1 rvt-1-l-f ���������f-TV--.'-i-7T-f-|^^  E.O. PRIOR & CO., General A?e���������fQ vw   ��������� "���������"  ral Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  son.  STEAMER SEKVICE.  KASLO-NULSOX KOUTE.  .1:00 a.m. leave N'elson arrive   715 p.m  3:35 p.m  arrive Kuslo leave   S.--10 p.m  Callirnr. regularlv nt Ainsworth and Pilot  Bay and at all way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson it Fort  Shenpard Railway ht>th to and from Rossland,  Spokane, Etc.  Tickets sold to all points in nnitod States nnd  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific,  O. R. AN. Co.,ttc, &c.  Ocean and .steamship tickets and rates via all  lines will be furnished on aj plication.  For further particulars call on or address  Robt. Irving, ManagerKaslo, B. C.  Gko. Huston, Agent, Sandon.  fflKt  W^^mmmm^^mm^mmmimmmm^m^m^^  ������'^>**c'V!,7"fiT.i;c:.'j THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, January 17, 1903.  Local News Notes.  Herbert T..Twigg is now wintering in  old Ireland.  'Mayor Grimmett paid New Denver a  flying visit Tuesday.  Mrs. Kleinsmidth and   daughter  are  visitors to the city this week.  P. J. Hickey returned Monday] from  Spokane accompanied by his son  Phil.  H. J. Eobie, well known in Sandon, is  now located in Calgary in the tailoring  business. '  The Fisher Maiden near Silverton  sent out three cars of high grade ore  this week.  Harry Matheson, formerly of the  SilvertonianT'was married in Spokane a  few days ago.  A. E. Hall was appointed to audit the  city's books for the past year at the last  council meeting.  The Sandon hockey team intend going to Rossland next week to play a  friendly game with the team there.  The American Boy shipped a car of  ore to the American Smelting &Eefin-  ing Co's. works in Colorado, this week.  Thos. McGuigan has been appointed  to full control of the .American Boy, and  the affairs of the mine are now conducted from Sandon instead of Spokane.  J. D. Giegerich presented the lady  curlers with a box of choice bon-bons at  their initial practice on Monday afternoon, which was greatly appreciated by  them. ,  Mies Jean Cameron nntil recently  stenographers in the officeof F. L. Christie here, is now keeping books for the  Nelson News.  Two white men and ten chinamen  were blown to atoms on Wednesday by  an explosion in the Hamilton powder  works at Depar'ure Bay on tho coast.  The buildings were demolished and the  shock felt twenty miles away.  Contrary to expectations all the hotels and saloons doing businesi at the  close of the year renewed their licenses  on Wednesday for the next six months.  Mr. P. E. Simpson, night engineer at  Payne mill, has moved down from Cody  and has taken the house on Sunnyside  formerly occupied by Mr. E. D. Trevor.  P. H. Murphy, who has been in control of the Filbert hotel lor over a year,  severed his connection on Wednesday,  and Wm. Bennett, the proprietor,again  took charge.  McGuigan this week was in the throes  ofa real estate excitement wnerebyan  habitation changes hands. The consideration we understand is consistent  with the Slocan boom-time prices.  The Interior Press Association of British Columbia meets in Nelson on Sunday, when many im'portant subjects affecting the welfare of the association  will be discussed. The Review regrets  its inabilty to be present owing to rush  business, but wishes the meeting evary  success.  The ladies are so elated ever their  prowess at curling that they have now  taken to hockey as well. The single  ladies have already challenged the married and both sides are preparing for the  fray. Practice will be held every afternoon from Thursday to Saturday, between 1 and 3, and the date fixed as  soon as the preliminaries of stick handling are mastered. The game of the  season is assurred.  The volume business passing through  the Record office at New Den ver showed  a marked decrease over .that of the previous year. There were 77 fewer miners' licenses and over 100 fewer certificates of work recorded. Fifty more certificates ol improvements were issued  than the previous year. The 480 regular  miners'certificates ieused, 6 specials, 12  regular company certificates, 407 certificates, 153 locatione, 94 certificates of  improvements, $500 paid inlieuof work,  140 bills of sale and like documents recorded, 2 abandonments, 1 water right,  44 traders licenses issued. -'���������*  UIC  eais  Of delightfully appetizing danti-  ness are not difficult of procurement or preparation, only two  things are necessary to ensure  success.  One���������A knowledge of the large  and wonderfully varied assortment  of Canned, Preserved, Smoked,  Dried and Pickled dauties to be  found in our stock of groceries,  and the other���������a small amount of  money with, to purchase an ample supply.  But whether you manage a home, hotel, or mine we can fil  your order with high quality groceries at thecright prices.  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongue and Salt Pork a specialty.  Always a choice supply'on hand of all kinds of  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh and Salt Fish,  Hams, Bacon and Lard,  ��������� Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Game in season.  SANDON, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND FORKS. PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK,   FORT STEEL.  NEW YORK BREWERY,  I have placed in a stock of  shelf and heavy hardware, suitable to the needs of everything in  the district. It will pay you,'to  call on me if you need anything  in the line of Building and Mining Supplies before going elsewhere.        My stock of  Stoves, Ranges, Tinware,  &c, is large and well assorted. Plumbing  Steam-fitting, Sheet and Metal Roofing a  specialty.        Repairing neatly done.  SANDON  Towgood & Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  Try the Review for you next order of commercial stationery. We have received a choice new stock of  letter heads, note heads, bill heads, statements and  everything required in the line of office work. A  fine line of colored inks will arrive in a few days, and  all orders will receive prompt attention. Atrial  solicited; satisfaction guaranteed.  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^

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