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Array <- -i  10 I  It .'  VOL. 7.���������NO. 3.  SANDON, B. 0., SATURDAY, JULY 4,   1903.  $2.00 PEE YEAR  CANADA AT WORD'S FAIR.;co������'i;;i)r'"T,l1-v;'tl'e'0,l������f ������5,,e"  ��������� cies, black and wlnto spruce,  banksian  The Forestry and Fisheries of the  Dominion to Have Large  Representation  At the coming World's Fair in St.*  Louis Canada will -take part in tlio  Louisiana Purchase Exposition as a  nation. Extensive preparations are  now being made by the Liberal government at Ottawa to show to the civilized  world the immense resources this country abounds in.  . .Canada has grown and prospered  ..��������� -wonderfully during the last decade. Its  trade has increased to enormous proportions. Its crops have been such as  to merit for Canada abroad the title of  "granary of tlie world." Its mines and  oilfields have been developed in such a  way as to set dreaming the most pessimistic and is now generally conceded Lint  , i  the finest jewel of Great Britain's crown  can more than supply its home market  for minerals while it exports annually  millions worth of grain, fish, lumber  and timber.  Of the industries based upon natural  resources the fisheries rank   second   in  Canada.   This country" has   oyer  5600  miles of sea coast, in additionto inland  seas, innumerable lakes,   and   a  ureat  number of rivers.   The exports of   the  fishery products in 1S97   amounted   to  $22,783, 646.   The home consumption is  estimated at a value of $15,000,000, giving a total yield from  the  fisheries  of  nearly $38,000,000 exclusive of the catch  by foreign fishermen.  The sea, inshore and inland fisheries  of Canada furnish cod, mackerel haddock, halibut, herring, hake, salmon,  shad, alewives striped bass, smelt, lake  trout, musealonge, white fish,sturgeon,  pike perch, black bass, brook trout,  pike, eels, and gold-eye, besides oysters,  lobsters, seals, whales and walrus.  The richest whaling regions in the  world are eaid to exist in the Iludhon  and Arctic regions of Canada.  The Pacific' coast fisheries furnish  halibut, black cod, oulachan, anchovy,  herring, smelt, and many species of  salmon and trout. Tho salmon of British Columbia are worth over .$5,000,000  annually, and tne total yield of thc entire province exceeds 1(0,000,000.  ��������� Lumbering ranks third among theex-  pine, white pine, red pine, larch, balsam fir, baleam popular, aspen, canoe  birch, bird cherry, white cedar, black  ash and mountain ash occur sparingly  in the southern part of this belt.  British Columbia possesses the greatest compact reserve of timber in the  world. The wooded area is estimated  ac 285,000 square miles and includes  many kinds of timber. The Douglas  spruce is the show tree of. British Columbia and indoed.of the Dominion.  In 1S99 the capital in vested in the  pulp mills of Canada alone wass about  $15,000,000. The capacity of' the; mills  was over 1200,tons per day. The value  of the forest producls exported in 1901  was nearly .fcS3,000,000, and their total  must have been at least three times  this amount.  It twill really be seen that Canada has  something to show and she intends to  spring a universal surprise next year.  Mr. William Hutchison, Canadian Exposition Commissioner, is just back in  Ottawa from Japan, whore he repre-  sented his country at the O^rtka Exposition. He is now actively (engaged  in making preparations for the World's  Fair at St. Louis.. '"On 'his   way 'home".  ������ng system will be extended throughout  and everything made cozy and comfortable for all guests. The aim of the Filbert is to please, and if increasing bus-  nes8 courts for anything, su<c(js<b is  assured. Special attention is paid to  the dining room. The table is replete  with the delicacies of .the.season and  the choicest viands are always on hand.  The front of the Balmoral will be  raised and cut to match the Filbert, giving a picturesque frontage of about 120  feet. McMillan and Pound have the  the contract, and from the manner in  which the workis forced ahead the past  few days it will,not be' long before the  addition is ready .for occupancy, ���������  Register Your Vote!  Zinc Buyers Here.  The  Provincial   Elections will take  .place shortly and you should see  that  your name ia   on the voters'list.   The  time is short, so attend to it as soon as  possible, the  lists ��������� close  August 14th.  Any.British subject over 21 years of age  resident in British Columbia for a period of six  months   is entitled to vote.  Registration is rapidly  progressing, re  giater your name  and . bo in the swim.  Application forms can  be had from E.  M. Sandilands,'E. R.  Atberton, M. L.  Grimmett andthe office of the Mining,  Review.   It only costs you a two cent  stamp to secure your vote, so attend to  it without delay.   .  Messrs. Brace, Wilkins and Wether-  ell, representatives of the Empire  Smelting Company, and the latter inventor and patentee of the Wetherell  Electric Zinc Separator, were in town a  few days this week. In company with  E. M. Sandilands they visited the Lucky  Jim and other properties around Bear  Lake. They also visited the Payne,  Slocnn Star and Ivanhoe, and were  much  impressed  with   the  outlook of  Mr. Seotc Remembered.  famous properties. The Empire Smelfc-  from Vancouver to Ottawa, he made .- ing company, while treating all classes  preliminary arrangements for a   thor-  ������f ores, have perfected -the smelting of  ongly representative exhibit of timber,  fisheries and mining industries of Canada. British "Columbia beside* furnishing a large variety'of metals, will exhibit, the forest monster, and an effort  will be made to obtain the largest and  longeat piece or Douglas ever shown.  The Filbert to be Improved.  Work commenced Wednesday on the  erection of a second storey to the Balmoral, owned by A. R. Fingland. who  has lease the building to ihe Filbert  hotel and will conduct the improvements. Bennett it Clark, the popular  proprietors of the Filbert, are building  a fast increasing trado mid were confronted for some time with the'problem  of accommodation. An addition was  started over a year ago, but abandoned  aa not moating the ideal of the owners,  who wanted the best. Bennett & Clark  had their eye on the Balmoral which if  raised up to meet their desires would  be suitable in every respect. The deal  tensive industries of  Canada  and   the , has been under way some time and was  forest wealth is very groat. It is stated  that 123 species of trees are known to  exist, 94 occuring east of the Rocky  mountains, and 29 on the Pacific coast.  The forest belt extends a distance of  about 4,000 miles east and west, with   a  concluded last Wednesday. The addi-  dition will make the Filbert one of the  leading hotels in the Kootenays and  present the moat imposing front in the  Slocan. It will allow over 20 bed rooms  an additional parlor, and spacious et.m-  breadth of some 700 miles.    The   trcee I pie and card rooms.   The hot air heat-  zinc, the output of which is declining in  the United States.   The   Slocan  mines  contain largp deposit*  of  this mineral  which are practically untouched.   The  visit of the above gentlemen may he of  >pecial significence to this district. The  Payne   has   many tons of  zinc   ore on  hand   awaiting   the  completion of  its  zinc plant for magnetizing, which will  be in about  two weeks.   The Ivanhoe  has also several hundred tons on hand  and will complete arrangements shortly  for milling zinc extensively.   The Star  contains   large   bodies  of   zinc   which  would assure a steady output for an indefinite period.   The Star people have  plans completed for the successful concentration of  zinc  ores, which will be  put into effect as soon as the market is  assured.   The Lucky Jim  is noted far  and wide for its large and almost pure  zinc bodies, and ia visited by every purchaser of zinc that  conies to the camp.  A trial shipment of 50 tons was sent to  Iola this week.   The. shipment is just  as it was take'n from  the workings and  if satisfactory a deal for the property  may be concluded. With mining on the  revive and the steady demand for men,  the  outlook   of   the   Sliyery Slocan at  present is bright indeed.  A number of friends of Mr. A Scott,  manager of the lately closed bank here,  gathered   around.a  festive   board  last  Wednesday night in the office of E. M.  Sandilands, the occasion   being  to express regret at the closing of thc bank  and   the  departure  of Mr. Scott from  town.   Mayor Grimmett occupied the  chair  and   speeches, toasts and songs  were   the   order of the night.    Sincere  regret was expressed at the closing of  the institution and the departure of its  manager, who despite  his   strict business methods, has many friends in Sandon. .The   majority   of  those  present  were members of the Curling Clnb, and.  the guest of the evening being one of its  most enthusiastic members, the object  of the gathering was two-fold.   The enjoyment   was   kept   up until the early  morn, when all dispersed after singing  "Auld Lang   Syne" and   wishing   Mr.  Scott   every   success wherever   be may  cast his lot.  The Payne was the only shipper this  ('week, sending 40 tons to NelEon.  A $15 Bounty on lead !  The cheery news was received in town  Friday that the Dominion government  will grant a .$15 bounty on refined lead,  to go direct to the producer.   We don't  know whether there is a 'mistake in regard to the smelters not securing a portion, which seems unlikely, but we hope  the  information   is   correct.    Already  mining is on the revive, and with  a .$15  bounty awarded the Slocan will boom  before long.   The government, will  announce its pclicy at once in regard  to  bonueing the lead and steel industries.  The Monitor has 15.men at work developing and although plenty of ore is in  sieht very little is shipped. Only a few  cars were sent out the past two months  which was sacked from ore met while  exploiting.  e  jgmtmmmikmmum^tMM  imxm&Mj?M\Mk  ;n? THE MINING REVIEW-Saturday, July 4,  1903.  DISTRESSING ASTHMA.  To  Be  Cured  TIilx  Disease ^Ingt  Be  Fought  In  Early Stascs.  In popular usage asthma is a term  employed to describe a well known  condition, yet it is significant of the  broadened knowledge of diseases in  general that; as a distinct disease, the  name is applied in a more and more  restrictod sense by physicians.  For example, the asthma of which  Dr. Johnson complains in his later  years, as recorded by Be-well, is so  clearly set forth by the faithful biographer that the modern physician ia  even now able to determine that an  affection of the heart was1 responsible  for it.  Asthma is often a' family affection  and is frequently traceable to parents,  grandparents or great-grandparents.  Most sufferers are of an excitable, emotional or nervous temperament. It  bears a rather striking analogy to epilepsy In that its attacks are characterized by suddenness and influenced by  strong emotions, like fear or grief, and  not infrequently occur at night,- when  tho sufferer-may be plunged from deep  sleep into an attack. 7Iu both diseases  excitement during the day is often followed by attacks.  Physicians believe, however, that a  high strung organization alone is not  sufficient to develop the disorder, but  that7 some other source of irritation  must be added���������that is, some faulty  state of the system elsewhere, like disease of the digestive tract, harmful  factors circulating in the blood, obstacles to free breathing in the nose and  others.  Whatever may be the source they  must be dealt with energetically and at  an early stage, since long standing  cases of asthma invariably develop  changes in the lungs and heart which  are permanent. The disease can then  be dealt with only by measures aimed  at palliating and cutting short the separate attacks and with no reasonable;  hope of an actual, permanent cure.  .For'the young sufferer and for those  in the early attacks of asthma the  writer would emphasize the necessity  of a thorough search for and the removal of any and every error in hygienic living in order to avoid the suffering of the chronic asthmatic and tlie  further diseases which it brings in its  train.���������Youth's. Companion.  COMPLETED. PROVERBS.  "Labor overcorneth all things," even  the laborer.  "Only that which is honestly got is  gain;'*, the rest is velvet.  "Ignorance is "tho mother pf impudence;" no father is named.  "Let a child have-.its will, and it will  not cry," but its parents will.  "Pity is akin to love," but'kinship  does not always signify friendship.  "Whate'er is best administered is  best" for tho one who administers.  "Employment brings enjoyment"  when it brings the means to enjoy.  "Possession is nine points of the  law" aud frequently all tho profits.  "A man who will not flee will make  his foes flee," but what if his foes be  made of the same metal?  "Every man for himself, and the devil take the hindmost," is the cry of  those who a^e well in front.  "A wise man is moved from his  course neither by force nor entreaty,"  but the same often applies to a mule.  "It is hard to pay for bread that has  been eaten," but not so hard as to get  bread to eat that has not been paid  'for.'  "In.matters of taste there can.be no  dispute," for every.man is so firmly  convinced that there is no standard by  which Ids taste can be measured.  Coincidences of Dates.  Attention has often been called to  the curious fact of tbe date Sept. 3 figuring so largely in the history of Oliver  Cromwell. That very dominating man  was born on Sept. 3, 1509; he won the  battle of Dunbar Sept. 3, 1050; that of  Worcester Sept. 3, 1G51, and he died  Sept. 3, 3058. But we have lately come  across some coincidences of dates  which, so far as we knew, have not  been noticed before. The number 88  seems to have had fatal influence on  the Stuarts. Robert II., the first Stuart king, died in 1388; James II. was  killed at the siege of Roxburgne Castle, 1488; Mary, queen of Scots, was,  beheaded in Fotheringay, 1538 (new  style); James VII. (II. of England)  was dethroned in 168S; Bonny Prince  Charlie died in Rome, 17S8, and with  him died tho last hopes of the" Jacobites.  Feline Depravity.  "Oh, Horace," wailed his young wlffc  "I have just found out that Ajax, our  beautiful Angora cat,-has been leading  a double life!"  "That makes eighteen, I suppose,"  said Horace. "What has he been do-  lr\<rl"  "You know I let him out every morning, because he seems'to want to go  and' play out of doors. Well, I have  discovered that he goes over to the  Robinsous and lets them feed him and  pet him."  The Betel Nut.  Betel nuts, the produce of the areca  palm, .are chiefly used as a masticatory  by the natives of tho east. They are  too small to be applied to many ornamental uses, but are occasionally em:  ployed by tho turner and wrought into  beads for bracelets, small rosary cases  and other little fancy articles. In the  Museum of Economic Botany nt Kew  there is a walking stick made of these  nuts, sliced, mounted or supported on  an iron center.  A Zoo Discussion.  "You know," said tho orang outang,  "that man is descended from a monkey."  "Yes," answered the chimpanzee,  "and his descent has been very great.  But let us set it down to his credit that  he tries to rise again. Every now and  then you hear of some man who is doing his best to make a monkey of himself."  Q,u icU Work.  "That editor is terribly slow at reading manuscript."  "Think so? Why, I know the time  ho wont through twelve stories in less  than a minute."  "Gracious!   When was that?"  "When the elevator  broke."  Her Explanation.  "Do you mean to say such a physical  wreck as ho is gave'you that black  eye?" asked the magistrate.  "Sure, your honor, he wasn't a physical wreck till after he gaye me the  black eye," replied the complaining  'wife..   : _������������������'"'-    ,������������������'  Quite Technical.  "The reason he'is so irritable is because he is teething," explained tbe  fond mother.  "Indeed!" remarked Mr. Oldbatch,  wishing to appear learned. "And  when will it bo hairing?''  Didn't Get the Credit.  "I was sorry I sent Ellen such an  expensive wedding present."  "Why were you?"  "Why, she went and placed them on  exhibition without the donor's cards."  ���������-Philadp.lnhia Bulletin.      ,  sat Work Promptly  turned out is keeping  us busy.       We can  still dp yours. Try us.-  uiauiwui  lUUUUAWDIMMWnn  .������^tffw,������������*,.**^t/������;.^Wfrti*������rs*>c������g>w&^a^g������^*^^  I have now in stock a choice assortment of  Nickel  SiZ^'cL v_Jsup>sbri.2n.eci "VV^etr*������.,  Reniember I am Headquateres for Plumbing and  Sheet Metal Roofing.  Tinsmith & Pkimber,  Sandon, B. C.  M,r<u"Uibr,u 1 *r. ���������ucmruvfuuvaeiMi  Anything1 in the line of THE MINING ^REVIEW���������Saturday, July 4,  1903;  RICE WATER NUTRITIOUS.-  Cnrions   Way   Some   Dritish   OC:cern  Discovered  Tbis' Vnctl  It is probable, that few occidental  ���������    cooks   who   prepare"  rice   in   various  forms for diet are aware that in discarding the water in which it is boiled  they are wasting what is regarded by  tbe oriental as the most nutritious part  of the food.   This fact was curiously  proved some years since when a detachment   of   Europeans   and   native  troops in India found themselves beleaguered in a fort with insufficient rations, even of rice, to enable them to  hold out until a force could march to  their relief.  It was when the officers were seriously debating this problem that the  natives approached them  with  what  was regarded as a curious solution of  the difficulty.   If, proposed the latter,  the Europeans took all the rice, they,  the  natives,   would  be quite content  with the water in which it was boiled.  The suggestion, in place of any better,  was adopted, when it was remarked "  , that while the Europeans found it difficult to maintain their strength on full  ruticms of rice the natives lost none of  thoir stamina by several weeks' diet on  the   water.    When   the  proposal   was  made, the action of the natives was  praised  as one of great devotion to  their superiors, but the sentiment was'  ' somewhat mollified  when the discovery was made that the natives were  quite aware that the principal nourishment lay, in the water.  Since that time Europeans in the orient, following the custom of the natives, have given rice water to pa-  ��������� tients. particularly in cases of cholera,  , as a last resort when no other food can  be retained in the stomach and usually  with go'^d results. Bwt the natives always value this water so highly that it  is never thrown away.  In fact, it would siu-priso many cooks  to discover how much  may be done  with this apparently worthless stock.  If the rico is cooked  in the oriental  fashion���������that  is.  boiled  only  so..long  that on eh .grain'Comes out of the pan ���������  separate and  not as a sodden mass��������� '  the water when strained off and per- '  mitred to cool will become a jelly approaching  the   consistency   pf   blancmange.   To suit the occidental palate  the water should be flavored with an  extract   er  otherwise   the  .felly   may  have rather an insipid taste.  '   LIFE'S UPS AND DOWNS.  The Magnificent .RevcDgre of a Governor ot MIhmoutI.  While Robert Stewart was governor  of   Missouri  a   steamboat  man   was  brought in from the penitentiary as an  applicant for a'pardon. He was a large,  powerful fellow, and when the governor looked at him he seemed-strangely  affected.   He scrutinized him long and  closely.    Finally he signed tbe document that restored the prisoner to lib-  . erty.   Before/he handed it to him he  said.   "You   will   commit   some   other  urime and be in the penitentiary, again,  ��������� 1 fear." ' - -  The. man solemnly promised that h������  tvould not The governor looked doubtful, mused a few minutes and said:  "You will go back on the river and  he a mate again, I suppose?"  The man replied that he would.  "Well. I want, you to promise me one  thing," resumed the governor. "I want  you to pledge your word that when you  are male again you will never take a  billet of wood in your hand, and drive  a sick boy out of a bunk to help you '  load your boat on a stormy night." j  The steamboat man said he would :  not and inquired what the governor i.  meant by asking him such a question,    j  The governor replied: "Because some  day that boy may. become a governor,  and you may want him to pardon you  for a crime  M. L. GRImMETT, EL. B.  .  Ilurrivtrr, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  SwxJen, British Columbia.  ATLANTIC STSAHSHZP flCKEH '  To and fro"' European points via. Canadian  and .American lilies. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information tb nn.v (;. P.k. agent  or A; H. Lewis, Agent/Sandon,  W.P. K tummingr., oen.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F.  AND A. M.  Regular f'ommur.ication of the lodge.  Voeu rtifl Thursday in ei.ch month at Sp. m.  tinging brmhren cordially invited.  JAMES M. BAKTON, Sec'y.  You Want  the Best.  Try Lethbridge'Coal, then you will  have'the best and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottest and brightest firea,  besides it is eariiy handled, as it is very  clean.    We have it for all kinds of grat*.  E. #. Cameroiu  '  A.'.R. HEYLAND,.,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDOV.B.C.  W������ STEP-SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR-  aeterand gcnl  reputation in each pFOvince,  (orie in this district required), to represent and  .advertise  old  established   wealthy  business  One dark, Stormy night, j h<-use of soliiT financial etanding.   Salary $21  m    fr^������  -���������<+-���������������-' ���������_ u-.--.iM  many years ago, you stopped your boat'  on the Mississippi river to take on a  load of wood.   There  was a boy on  board who was working his passage  from New Orleans to St. Louis, but he  was very sick of fever and was lying in  a bunk.  You had plenty of men to do  the work,  but you went to that boy  with a stick of wood in your hand and  drove him with blows and curses out  into' the wretched night and kept him-  toiling like a slave until the load was  completed.   I was that boy.   Here is  your pardon.  Never again be guilty of-  such brutality."  The  man,  cowering and hiding his  face, went out without a word.  What a noble revenge that was and  what a lesson to a bully!-  weekly with expenses additional, all pavable  in cash direct each Wednesday from 'head  oflices. Horse and carriage furnished when  neea.siiry. l-.eferecces. Enclose self-addressed envelope, colonial Company, 334 Dearborn  Sttcct, Chicago.  AND NORTEEN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC.  & E. RY.  -o-  & N. CO.  ���������The only'all rail: route between east, we������t  and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand ForJci  and Republic. Connects at Spokane with tha���������  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and 0. R. &  X, Co. for points east west and south; connect!  at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian  Pacific.Railway.  Established 1858.  ���������Smi  Co.  THE HORSES.  flaniifacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  1  VICTORIA, B. C  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���������E. &X.no. for  trains between Spckan*  Connects at Nelson with K  Kaslo and K. & S. points.  woro������dna������ndt!Mi,dwS:^7:.With  8ta*e *>r Green  Bnffettcars run on  and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22,1902.  Arrive.   Spokane..  ...... Rossland..   Kelson   ....Grand Forks  ..'���������.Republic.  Leave.  *:2Sa.m.  10:15a. m.  7:00 a.m  -11:00 a.m.  9:15 a.m.  H. A.JACKSOK, G. P  ..5:45 p.m.  .2:10 p. m  ���������8:00 p.m.  ���������4:00 p.m.  '':^8.p. m.  r.A.  AT   Spokane, Wa*h.  G/K, TACK A BURY,  Agent, Kelson, B. C.  The Horse nnd the Stride.  Once upon a thne in a melodramatic  theatrical performance the leading man  took a fiery, untamed steed on the  stage. After the horse heard some of  .the lines delivered by several of tho  actors he began kicking tho flats nnd  wings to pieces, sending them up  iifiiong the flies.  "Help,, help!" cried the leading man.  ��������� Way. nay"' answered the manager. ,  "T,he horse shows great discernment '  He Is trying to elevate the stage." |  . (MornljvrWe, should   not   scorn   the  iriost humble effoi't in a good cause.  Plat Economy.  Customer���������You, advertise carpet remnants. 1 see. I want two, one to cover  the.parlor, and the other for the sitting  room.'' ������������������".-"..  Salesman���������But, madam, a carpet aa  large as that would not be a remnant.  Custoiner-Oh, yes, it would. I live in  a Oat.  Mattie Patterson, 2:09*4, has a filly  by Patron and will be bred to Cresceus.  Belsire, 2:1S, is the youngest and  fastest son of Electioneer and Beautiful Bells.  Joseph Lesh, former owner of Online, 2:04, has retired from the horse  business.  R. H. Plant of Macon, Ga., has a colt  in training by Cresceus whose dam is  also by Robert McGregor.  Nelly Foster, a very fast green pacing mare by Russell B., 2:14],4. owned  by John Foster of Fairport, O., is dead. ,  Thomas W. Lawson is reported as .  wanting to buy  Dare Devil and aa .  willing to pay almost any price for  him. I  Does the fact that Silver Bow, 2:18; \  the son of Robert McGregor, has been '  leased to bring east for stud service fit  the Ketcham farm mean that tbe decision to permanently retire Cresceus  from the turf has been reconsidered?  CHEWING  Becauseitist,ie  Because]t i8 "'*���������'  Because '? is tl,f' lna"'St high grade  "5 to'-10e  I'est (jnality.  most lusting chew.  Because the_tngs art  nlny.  valuable for  pre-  CYNICISMS.  Is all right if yon can  His ThonghtIe������KncoH.  ;y,He-rAh, those days of our young  love! You rememher that afternoon  yqu��������� promised to meet me and didn't  conjeVflowI raved!  She-Just like a man! And there was  I, suffering agonies/trying on that  dress .yon liked so much.���������I^ife.  A foo! idea  make It go. j.  Every man thinks he will have  awful big funeral.  When an old person is sick, don't say  he "hangs on." Say be lingers.  You. probably would receive the  shock of your life if you knew' bow  much  the  neighbors  know.-.  iniuins until Jan. ist, 1906.  Because we guarantee every  plug, and  Because your dealer i������ aiithorir.ed to refund vour money if .von are not  ' s-alisdVil  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO., Ltd.  Rook's Cotton Boot Compound  LIA1ITEI).  International Navigation ^ Trading ^ Co,, Ltd.  Kaslo I Slocan Railway. Company,  NOTICE.  I Commencing Sunday, Aupust ITth, 1902, the  following time curd will be in. effect on  Kootenay Luke nnd K. it S. lty.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaSLO-SAXDOX route.  9:00 a.m. leave  Kaslo arrive  3:15p.m  10:40 a.m. leave.. While water...leave 1:42 p. m  11:00 vin. Iea-re AfcGuigau....leave 1:22 p. m  11:25 a.m. arrive Saiidou leave 1:00 p'. m  A direct connection is made at Kaslo with  steamer both to and from Xelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  KASLO-XELSOX ROUTE.  S:00 a.m. leave...  3:35 p.m. arrive.;  .Xelson....arrive   7 IS p.m,  ���������K������-sl������ leave   8:40 p.m  Pilot  ssnd.  ,   Is successfully used monthly by over  '10,000Ladies, Safe, effectual. Ladles ask  your druggist for CoqIc's Cottes Beot Cob- ;  T--������Tm   ���������     noi,"ier������ as all Mixtures, pill* and i  imitations are dangerous. Price, Ho. 1, *1 per '  box; Wo.������ 10 degrees stronger, J3 per box. No.  I or 3, mftlled on receipt of price and t-wo ������-eent  "SSR?"   Tho Cook Company Windsor, Onl.  i   s&TrioB. i and 2 sold and recommended by all  Callinsr regularlv nt  Ainsworth  and  Bay and at nil waylandingx on signal.  Connecting at Xelroii wilh Xelson i- Fort  Shenpard Railway both to and from Rosslend,.  Spokane, Etc.  TicU-etssold toflll points in Hriited Statesand'  I Cannda via Grent Northern, Xorthern PaciSc/;  j O. It. it X, Co , eve., &e.'      ' ,       "  Ocean and steamship ticketpand rates via ell  lines will be famished on a) plication.  For further particulars call on or nddreai  Eobt. Irring, WandgerKaslo, B. C.  Gro. Hustow, Agent, Sandon. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July 4, 1903.  The Mining Review.  t i'.if,  J I "'.'.-'���������  m  I'm  8ATUKDAY, JULY 4, 1903.  PARTY  LINES.  There is no questioning the fact   that  Provincial   Government     on    Federal  lines, everything considered, is the beBt  for all public interests. ��������� Thoy have had  thei nondescript species in  British   Columbia and New  Brunswick from   the  date of Provincial autonomy, and itwill  not be denied there is more  corruption  to the square inch  in   these   provinces  than is to be found in any other part of  Canada, not excepting Ontario at   the  present time, which is  faying  a  great  deal.     Representatives   in   these   two  provinces hop from aide to side on  the  slightost   pretexts���������in   short,   nothing  but assurance of plunder holds many of  them in line for   any   length   of   time.  This renders   stability of  government  simply out of the question.  All these, howeyer, fx.il to justify adhesion to a spurious article in the name  of party only.  It does not follow that because a man  calls himself Conservative or Liberal,  that he is either, or that   the  body  of  only end in their own discomfiture���������in  besmirching the name and traditioueof  their worthy ancestor?, and sinking  them daily deeper in geneial publicdii-'  th* party to wash its hands of the jobbers than go down with them to final  disgrace.  THE  PERPETUAL  WAR  There is always   a   fight  trust,  it would be infinitely better for' going   on   in  every human  body between health and disease. On one side are poor  food,    bad    air,    over-work,  In England, it is never counted   dis-!wOITy,  COlds,   accidents.     On  creditable for a party to he   beaten   at: the  Other  are  Sunshine,  rest,  the polls���������it simply nivalis that either I cheerfulness    and    nourish-  rightly or wrongly, for the  time being,! ment.  the p.-ople prefer lho primipiesof the j The reason Scott's Emul-  dominant party. Itwill be a happy j sion fights SO powerfully for  day for this country   when our people   health   is  because it gives SO  much more nourishment than  you can get in any other way.  Get in the sunlight and try  Scott's Emulsion.  are influenced by the same worthy  motives, and not held in line by the advantages of pelf ami plunder.  Henry Roy, manager of the Silver  Hill, is in Ottawa, and hag sent letters  to all the mine owners in this district  asking them it a bounty of .^l.UCO.OOO on  lead and $500,000 on zinc would be ac-  ceptab e to them if granted by the Dominion government. No attention has  been paid to the note of Mr. Koy. The  mine owners have delegates of their  own looking after the matter in hand  and are satisfied with theirservlces. It  is a singular fact that Mr. Roy was the  only one out of fifty-live representatives  We'll send you a sample free upon request.  SCOTT & BOWNE. Toronto, Out.  that favored a bounty, when in eonven-  electors are bound to follow the dictates  tjon iast December.   His idea met with  of leaders who, through the exigencies of  tlie moment, trample uj on all the traditions of their political ancestors. You  will on the other hand heai people say  we have too much party in our governments. Thin is simply impossible. We  may readily have too much of the bogus  element, or an oveiloud of extreme  partisanship, but we cannot have too  much of party in the country any mom  than we can have too_inuch religion  among the people.  Party,   properly    speaking,    means  principles and of course, when they are '  sound they cannot be generougly   diffused. I  Of coure, partyisnvis  not. alway held  above reproach as is exemplified in  the :  action������of the present regime of  G.   W.'���������!  Ross & Go. of Ontario,  and are simply  hold iii power morely because of   party  about the Bame approval as  his recent  si-lfinipofed adjustment of the bounty  on lead, and he has been turimd down  a second time.  Is akin to insanity.    Many a woman realizes this as she lies awake hour by hour,  peopling the  darkness with  phantoms, starting at the creaking of the bed or  the rustle of the  bedclothes.  Such symptoms  in general point  to disease of the  delicate womanly  organs, and a  constant drain of  the vital and  nervous forces.  T h i s conditio*  cannot be overcome by sleeping  powders. The  diseased condition must be  cured before the  consequences of  disease are removed.  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription cures  the womanly diseases which cause nerv-  ..������.������.*    t :k.,..������i:���������.,>        wu������       i ousness and sleeplessness.     It is the best  name, Liberalism.      When,   however, . of tonics and Jn^RorantSi nourishing the  these leaders and the acta'are'laid   side! nerves, encouraging the appetite and in.  | ducing refreshing sleep.  by aide with three of Baldwin and La-   *.~nm>   *��������������� ^   .������_      ������������    "    _  J ��������� $500  Howard  fat*   Women  Who Oanetot Sao Owed,  Proprietors and makers of Dr. Pierce's  | Favorite Prescription now feel fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in legal  money of the United States for any case of  I<eucorrhca, Female Weakness, Prolapsus,  or Falling of Womb, which they cannot  cure. All they ask is a fair and reasonable  trial of their means of cure.  ������ My wife was sick for over eight years," writea  Albert H. Fulte, Esq., of Altainont, Grundy Co.,  Tenn. "She had uterine disease and was treated  by two physicians aud got no relief. At last I  read about Dr. Pierce's medicines and we decided to try his ' Favorite Prescription,' I sent  to the drug store and got one bottle and the first  dose gave ease and sleep. She had not slept any  for three nights. Being sure that,it would cure  her I sent for five more bottles and when she ,  had taken the sixth bottle she was.sound and  well."  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets should be  The British government is pun basing  cattle in the United States to res'ocl:  Boer farina in .South Africa, and ignoring Canada for her services in the conquest of a short time ago. Hon. Sidney  lusher has proti sled, but wit hout avail.  The hiiiicrons part of the transaction is  that Major Maude, lhe governor-general's secretary, resident in O'tnwu, i^  j acting for the wnrdepartmnnt. It must,  be gratifying to the United States to  know that unsolicited business comes  its way, while Canada, which had every  right to expect, her share at lensl in the  restocking transaction, for valiant services rendered, has been ignored, it is  evidently England's 'ieward" of merit  and will not -oon be forgotten.  The Conservative Plaiform.  [Adopted at Kovclstoke, September 12th", ISO!]  1. Thi>t this convention reHltms the policy  1 f the party iu matters of provincial loaus mid  trails; the ownership and control of railways  and the development of the agricultural resources of the- proylnce as laid down in the  platform adopted in October, JE'Jy, which is as  follows :  - "To actively aid iu the construe1 ion of trails  throughout the undeveloped portions of the  province mid ihe building of provincial trunk  roads of public necessity.  " 1 o adopt thc principles of government ownership nf railways in so fur as the oiroumstuu-  ees of ihe province will adiuii, ami the adoption of the principle lhat no bonus'should be  framed to any railway company which does  not give the governnent of the province control of rutes over lines bonused, toge.hor. with  the option of purchase.  "To actively assist by state aid in the devol-  opment'of the agiiculturul .lesouice- of the  province  2.. That in the meantime and until (he railway policy above set forth can be accomplished, agenetal railwayuefne passed, giving free-.,  dom to construct railways under certain approved regulations, nnaiogous 10 .the system  that has resulted in s< en extensive ra*ilw������v  construction in ihe United !itates,.with so much  advantage to tra'ie and commerce.  3 ' That to encourage lhe mining industry,  the taxation of metalliferous mines (���������hould be  on thc basis of a percentage > 11 ihe net, proiits.  ���������1 'J hat the go'vei-iinciit ownership of telephone systems should be brought about us a  ilrsi step in the Requisition of publio '.tiluies.  '  .-. 'ihiit aporti'-n 01 every coal area hereafter  to be disposed of should be reserved' from >-nle  or lehse,. so that state owned mines mny be  easily accessible, if their opeiatiou becomes  necessary or advisable.  G. That in the pulp 1-o'd leases provision  shot-Id bemade for'.eforesting, and that stejs  should be taken for thc generiil preservt-iiou  ot' forests by guarding against the wasteful destruction of timl.er.  7. That the legislature und governmi-nt of  the province should persevere in the eit'ort to  secure th ^exclusion of Asiatic labor.  8. That tho matter of 1 ettej terniBin the way  of subsidy and appropriations for ihe pn.vince  should be vigorously pressed upon ihe Dominion government.  9. That the silver-lend industr'es of the province be fostered and encouraged by the impr-  sition of increased customs duties on lend aud  lend products imported into Canada, m-d that  the Conservative members of the Dominion  House be urged to support any motion intro-  duced'for sin-h a purpose.  10 That f<s industrial, disputes almost invariably result in great Jors and.i'.jury'both to  the patties directly concerned and to the public, legislation should .be passed to piovirle  means for mi amicable adjustment of such disputes between employers and employees.  II. That it Inadvisable to fester the manu-  fnot'iie of the raw products of the province  within the province as fur as practicable by  means ot' t>>xafion on thc said rnw prod pets,  subject to rebate 01 the same in whole "r part  when manufactured in British Columbia.  Conservative Conventions.  fontaine, the fathers of Liberalism in  Canada, the followers can readily see  they have but imitations and the moat  doubtful ones at that. Baldwin and  Lafontaine, in ther time, battled for  representation by population���������government by the people for the people.  Eoss & Co. say disfranchise the constituencies that will not support us;  trample upon the well expressed wish  of the majority and let pretenders rule  through the purchase of the mercenary  by the destruction of thepublicdomain.  The Conservatives at Victoria have  given an emphatic denial to the report  being circulated that llieie is still  existing a factional friction in the party  and that the Trior wing have pained  control. Tim,report states that all petty  differences that arose among the Victoria Conservatives during the recent  leceioh of the Provincial parliament  haye disappeared   and   all   sections of  th������ partv have fused their differences.  k, (7  used with "Favorite Prescription" whea-  All senaible Liberals must see this can i ever a laxative is required.  The provincial governin-nt. ban commissioned Forest Hanger Mtiny to survey tliu timbered country hi-1. we en Quat-  bIiio Sound and the east cnnst 1. f Vancouver Island.- Hh is to determine the  exact nature of the. fore������t growth in  ordttrto settle points which have aiisi-n  as to the delimitations of pulp limits.  A strikf.1 of some importance was accidentally made near N*leon on tl)eC������nt-  ral mineral claim on Toad mountain.  It was made in sluicing !��������� trace a two*  fo it lead, when a vein 1(>: fes-t. wide was  uncovered, which upon inspection  proved to be of copper-gold. The aver-  assay gives -i'33,50 lo the ton.  At* meetii-g of the executive of the Provincial Coeserwrive Associatioi , i-eld in Vancov-  ver, ihe provii-ce was liivicle-i ioto Ihndiv:-  sions foi organi/.i'tion purposes 'lhe Koot^nnv  Buutiilaiy division is made up of ihe f Uowii.'g  ii'oviucial election disuicts:- lievelsiele. < 0-  lunibia, lenoe, I'ranbiook, Ymir Kaslo, Sli -  can, orin-.d Korl;s, lhe City of Kcssiaud uikI ih-  City of Neisen. A1.11<e sa'mo meeting llie following icsolutiori.i were adopted :  1. That contentions for nominntiiipeniidi-  datcs for members of the legislntivc assembly  be made up of delegates chosen as follow*- :  (a) In city electoral .districts, ore delegate  for every fifty and fraction of iifty votes jioiled  al the provincial * lection held in 1PU0, and if  the city is divided into wurds. the proportion  of delegates for each ward shall be bused .011  the vote polled in each ward at the lijst muni-'  ,ciiml election.  (b) in other electoral districts, one delegate1'  for every fifty or fraction of fifty vote* polled at  the provincial election held in WOO, the delegates to be apportioned to polling nluces, or as  near thereto as will be fair to the voters of the  different ir ighborhoodti.  2. Thee1ccti> n of delegates shall be at public ineetirgs, he'd ������t a des'guatcd centra' place  in en-ch polling division, oriu each ward iu oily  electoral districis-, if the city is divided into  wards. "At such public mootint:s only those  who pledge themselves to vote for thceatuii-  date orcanilidiitesselected at the nominating  convention shall be entitled to a vo'c fordele-  gatcs  it. 'I'wo vcolis notlco shall be triven of the  public iriee'invsat vhich delecntes ar������ to be  elected, nnd nominatlnw: convenlio'-s nhnll be  held in city electoral districts two days after  the day on which delegates sue elected, und in  other electoral districts seven days after. All  nominations throughout the pnn'lr-ce to be  made at a designated central place in each  electoral district, nnd on,thOtttncday.  ���������I. All notices of Ihe date of public meetings  for theelection of delega'es to nominating conventions, Ihe Apportionment of delegates, and  the place and date of nominating conventions  in the .several electoral districts shall be prepared by the member of the executive of the  division in which the electoral districts ure sit-  unte, nnd issued over the mimes of tho presi-  dentand secretary of thc 1'rovincial Conservative Association.  A meeting of the provincial exe-utlve will bo  held at Vancouver, within a month, and the  date for holding district nominating conventions will then be fixed.  JOHN HOUSTON'.  President of the 'Provincial  Conservative  Asso'n.  Nelson, June 3th, moii.  Ill      ' '  %A'7    77:,,;,7'7  [l'-:Q'*-VA-::v--' '���������'.;��������� ,��������� '��������� ='���������'������������������������������������/;  - >;V^.l' l!TT7t^������^.-^.r^.^^^^:^MM-i'������'-Tr.'v/v  ^Sai*^'.":!  ���������7.v.77?777vc-ii,';i;:v:'';S7i.;;;-,^:;,:,;!,;,77 77:;,^;;..:7,;7..7'7 .,   ,   ��������� ���������'"}':\-'*?;'?y::*:*^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July 4, 1903.  Certificate of Improvements. -  NOTi:'!-:.  Stanley Mincra.1 Claim', situate iu the Slocan  Mining Division of West ICooteuay District  Where  located :���������On  Sealon   Creek,  two  miles west of Hear Lake.  TaICK XOTICK that 1, Wm. S. Drewry, acting  as sgciit forlsanc A. Austin, Kree Miner's Certificate N/rall'OOOS, intftiid'sixty days from thc  date heraj|i$riip apply to. the Minim*   Keoorder  for a Cercmtate of Improvement*, for the mir-  po<o of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim. '  And further take notice that action,  under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this iOth day of May, A. D. 1903.  aU-8m W. S. Drewry.  No man or woman will hesitate to  speak well of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets after once trying  them. They alw'ayn produce a plo isant  movement of the bowels,   improve   the  A' Boa ton Translation.  Little Emerson���������Mamma! I find no  marginal note in elucidation of this expression, which I observe frequently to.  occur in  my volume of "Fairy  Tain'  Another Cripple Creek.  appetite ami street hen  thi.- digestion., Classics;" "With bated breath."   What  For sale bv l'\ .1. Donaldson.  Mr. W. IT. Bland, a capitalist and  mining man of Whatcom, recently  returned   from   a    tour    of     invosti-  ApplicaMon for LiQtior License.  ..Certificate, of Improvements.  NOTICE.  t'lNTKKNATiONA.i. Mineral Claim, situate in the  Slocan Mining Division of West Kootenay  District. Where located :���������On Payne Moun-  ���������   '  tian aboutaj������miles from Sandon, B.C.  '  , TAKE NOTICE that I, E. M. Sundilandc, act-  '.Init as agent for J. A. Whittier, Free Miner's  Certificate H GOO, Lee N'. l'arkison, Free Miner's i ertlficate B,r>">ll)!) and I). W.Moore, Free  Miner's Certificate B 75,^21, intend, sixty days  from the-date hereof, to apply to the Minim-  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpoia of obtaining a Crown Grant of tha  above claim. t  And further t>ike notice that action, under  -action S7, must be commenced before the issuance of such (Certificate of Improvements.  Dated thin 17th day of June, A. 0.1903.  l-Sm E. M. Sandilands.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days  from date hereof 1 intend to npply to the  License Commissioners of the City of Sandon  for a license to sell liqucr by retail on the  premises known as thc Denver House.  JOHN NELSON    ,  Dated ot Sandon thisSth day of June 190o,        j  is   the   proper, interpretation   of   the   nation of the   Fish river'and adjacent  phrase?  Mamma���������"With bated breath," my  son,, commonly occurs in fairy tales.  Your father often returns from piscatorial excursions with bated breath.  The phrase in such instances, however,  camps.   In conversation wilh a Revelstoke Herald correspondent, Mr. Bland  expressed himeelf as follows :  ''In the first place I don't think the  has no significance as applying to the P���������pU'of youi\provinee understand fully  bait employed to allure the fish, but is its Krpat mineral resourcas., The Fish  merely   an   elastic   term   of   dubious river camp, from which I have just re-  meaning-and suspicious origin, utilized, turned, has every prospect of becoming:  Slocan Ore Shipments.  Special  The following are the or������ ihipments  from thf Slocan since the lsl of January, 1903, to date':  Sandon.  Payne..... '.' '.    649  ;  Slocan Star ! '.  1058!<Q  Ivanhoe "  295%'  American Boy     401  Reco    m  Ruth :    101  '  Blue "Bird       20  Idaho        21  -  Monitor    420  Queen Bess     144  as I have already intimated, simply because of the sanction which it has gained by customary usage in fairy -tales  generally. Do you comprehend, Emerson?  Little Emerson���������Perfectly, mamma.���������  Judge.  another Cripple creek, and yet the pa-  peiB in bit; cities sit the coast only occasionally mention its existence. And  yet they could do much good by sending  representative.1 to vii-it it. There is no  need   for  any booming, just  let   them  : :  ' slate facts as they find th*n$nnd it will  Ko Cansc For Care. be the fault of jour own citizens if they  A Welsh editor had misspelled the   do not pick up some of the good things.  name of a famous poet of Wales. '  i  im,i   iu,.u.d   t.asnallv of  the camp in  "Why do you spoil Llywarch Hen's   question, hut it was not   until   its very  name Llwyarch?"- asked a friend of   ���������,   . ,.     , ���������..    ,., n n    , .    . ,   ,  ,..     J ' good inenri Mr. W. C. tool insisted on  the editor.  I have on hand a Special Line of  Goods which is higher value than  ��������� the average purse can stand. They  are suitable for presents of all  kinds. To clear them off ths price  is cut. just iu half. S������?e my window for bargains.  The Finest Goods  At Slaughter Prices.  'II. W. (iRIMMETT,  Total  3295!<f  Zixc.  Payne     S23  Ivanhoe    180  11 M: Sandilands. f  T NOTARY PUBLIC, ������-  ������    Mines, Stocks and In5urance. ������  I Crown Qrants Obtained. +.  t Deputy  Mining  Recorder.  ���������f Sandon,   -   B. C  X  Vl/A-NTEn���������SEVKBAL INDUSTRIOUS I'Klt-  v" sons in each state to travel for hoiuo established eleven years and with a larsc cap!  lal, to call upon merchants and agents for successful and profitable Hue. Permanent en-  g.tKenient. Weekly cai.\ salary of ?18 and all  travelling expenses and hotel bills advanced  in cash each week. Experience note ssential.  Mention reference and enclose self-addressed  enrelope. THE NATIONAL, :!34 Dearborn St.,  Chicago.'   ."'. ���������  Total '  1003  MCGUIGAN.  Rambler  1120  Antoine.;  152,1?.'  Med Fox  46  ^locan Boy  16  Silver Glance f   55  Surprise ' '  \}Z  Rio .'  9  Bismarlc    '18^  "Why?   Does he object?" asked the  my coming up that I realized Fish river  editor might be worth investigating.'  "Object!" echoed the other. "Why, ' "And so it was. On such properties  he has been dead 1,200 years." ��������� a������ the Eva and Oyster-Criterion there  "Oh, then,-I don't care, a toss," Baid   !iro immense showings of fre������ gold, and  the editor.  sufficient deve'opinent has been done to  Studied Indifference. Prove   tl)9   P������-"������neiice  of  the veins.  "Why did we arrive late and leave' Th������ work too has been performed in a  before the opera was over?" asked first class manner, particularly on the  the youngest daughter. "It was very latter, and I think that as soon a������ the  enjoyable." . mills get tunning, even yonr sleepy old  "Of course it was," answered Mrs. Cfcpjt,ii. Victoiia, w ill open its eu-r *i d  Cumrox: "but, my dear, we had to diBf-over there are irootl invcHn.wUs for  show   people   that   we   didn't   care   ., ��������� , . , .  ,   .. . , ,, those wiFlung   a   permanent, income in  whether we got our moneys worth or   ���������.,.,���������,     . .        . ������������������     ^  t���������_ British Colunihta mines,    lhe Oyster-    i Criterion has been opemd np most sve-  ��������� | r i .  Satisfactorily Explained. , teiualically. ami 1 spent   quite   a long  "John,   when  you  came   home  last   time examining the leads, and muet say  night you talked and acted very queer i that Mr. Pool has  in   evsrv case  done  ly.. You were lifting your feet endeav- . th(, risht thinj, t0    , the 0I.'e to thp inil,  oring to step over imaginary obstacles." I ftfc thp ^^ ^  "Oh, yes, my dear.   All the evening,    llT t   ..  ' ,,  i *������i* -.7, tp i . ��������������� ^���������n-i������������������ ��������� ������,i������,,fio    '     * wai" notable to sr are the     me  to  I felt as if I were walking on clouds, i '  You remember we had angel cake for  g������ ever the Goldfinch and other claims  ���������4:0;������.  Total   Slogan'  Lakr   Points.  Arlington  40  BUck Princ.������ .'... 17  Bwiul holder  2  rloMiin s  660  Dayton ,  4  Ent"rpri������s  335  Fisher M������.td������n ;. 2SC  Ottftwn  ]26  H������.rtn������iT  21  Republic  50  M������t������or  ]2  Hamilton  4  Vancouver  20  Total ;..,..  supper.'  of the NorthwoPtern Syndicate at Gold-   :  ; fields, but from what I hear there pio-  A Peep Into the Fntnre.               ! perticf n re cei trinly of  e-ijual  vnlne   to  John  B. Clark expresses his belief . th,l!!e r in.ppctwd. 'you  take mv word  In The Atlantic Monthly that a bun-   for it, Fi,h   ,.iver  1B   Kohlf, u, b; a ,,,  dred  years   hence   Manhattan . Island            ...               .  . ,  , . ,  will have streets in several stories and   cft"'^.n Ll,el l,ear f������ture> blul ] "���������������A  that"rifles, cannon, warships and the j "'""nng about August and s*eii,gu hat  wasteful   burning   of   coal   to   make \ L can t='et hul(i of .there."  Bteam will be things of the past. ,'   His Last Hops Renlized.  (From the Sentinel, Gebo, Mont.)  In the lit-Pt opening of   Oklahon-a   to  A Pccnniary Fntisrne.  "Don't   forget."    said    the   willing  iworker, "that money talks." I  "Yes." answered Senator Sorghum settlers in 188D, the editor of this paper  a little glumly, "but I can't help wish- \ was amoig the in any seekers after hiring that you boys would select anoth-; tune who made tl.<- race one fine dav in  er    phonograph    occasionally."  1571  50  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  -���������:'- ���������*���������  -"- ���������LICENSED��������� T  11      PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  ~A~   Box 185. Tjclei'iione 22.  ^ SANDON,   -   -   B .C.  Trade Marks  DESIGNS  Copyrights &c.  Anyone acndinB n pketch nnd description may  quickly iiacortnin .our opinion free'whether an  luvontton ts probnbly putentuble. Communtcn.  UonaBtrtctly confldontlal. Hundbookou Pntenta  aont free. Oldest ncency for securing patents.  ..'Patents taken through Munn & Co. receive  tpteial notice, without chnrifo, in the  Hi* hunt Ventnre.  "What is our old friend Hardup doing  nowadays?"  "Oh. he's gone into real estate."  "That's the very last thing I should  have supposed he'd do."  "It was. He's dead."���������Nevr TEork  Times.  '.���������'  A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest circulation of any scientific Journal. Terms, $3 a  year; four months, $L Sold by all newsdealers.  MUNNtCo.88"!*^ New York  Branch Office, 625 V St, Washlncton, D. C.  Modesity.  "I understand," said tho customer,  "that you keep photygrafts of all the  prominent men."  "Yes, sir; we do," replied the dealer.  "Well, my name's Hon. Jabez Tor-  kins, mayor of Pettyville, Illinoy. Lem-  me have one 0' mine."���������Philadelphia   fort^Wri^'Vhat  Press. '  April. .During his traveling i������boiit and  afterwards his camping upon his claim,  he encountered much bad water, which,  together with the severe heat, gave him  a very severe diarrhoea which it seemed  impossible to check, and along in June  the case became so bad he expectt-d to  die. One day one his neighbors brought  him one small bottle of Chain be rlain's  Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy  as"a la������t hope. A big dose was. given  liim while.he was rolling about on the.  ground in great agony, and in a furr  minutes the dose wa������ repeated. The  good effect, of the medicine was soon  noticed and within an hour the patient  was taking his first, sound sleep for a  one little bottle worked '  ' a complete cureand he cannot help but  The word "mile" is derived from the  fed grateful<   The season for bowel dis-  ^ ^^..^^^^^r^'ordcre being at hand suggests this item.  paces of 11 marching soldier made the  old Roman-mile.  For sale by F. J. Donaldson. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July-4,-  ��������� ���������'  )  'V  ii-  ;-*'i  Locai News  Notes.  Geologists May Meet in Canada.  P. J. Hickey left Thursday on a trip  to Spokane.  The large safe of the Bank of Com.  merce was shipped to Nelson yesterday.  The cr������p of wild strawberries appears  a failure this reason, but the domestic  crop at Rosbery is up to the average,     j  The Slocan Star paid another dividend of $25,000 a few days ago, bringing the total amount paid to date to  $550,000.  Registration is progressing favorably.  A number of applications were forwarded to Recorder Christie at Slocan the  past few days.  Today is the glorious Fourth of July. |  Cool off by attending the ice cream and  strawberry social in the bassmcntof the  Methodist church.  There is little stir in political circles  here at present. A few names are mentioned as likely candidates, but nothing  definitely announced.  f The local branch of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce closed on Tuesday.  The oflice fixtures are taken apart and  shipped to Morrissey Mines.  Dr. Ami, of the Dominion Geological  Survey, who has recently  returned   to  Ottawa from England, says, that the International Congress of Geology, which  held its last meeting in Paris in 1000, is  anxious to meet in Canada in 1906.     A  I grant of $15,000 will be asked from   the  'Dominion government to meet the expense of looking after them in this country.   The society ban about  300   members, including the leading geologist*, of  the world.   Their stay in Canada would  extend,about six   weeks,   and  twenty-  five   excursions would have to   be  arranged to enable them to seo what is in  their line in Canada.   When thti  meeting was held in Russia in 1S88 the Czar  personally spent o^er $200,000 in looking  after his visitors.  Oar Bargain Counter^  Great Reductions in every line of goods.      Our counter  .    is the spot for Bargain Seekers.    Prices away .down.  Rigby Waterproof Coats. f||  Just the tiling for  this showery weather at prices  to-  suit the times.  See Our New Line of .Ties--The Latest Out. "*  A Line of Suits for 6, 7 and 8  Year Old Boys for  1.50  BIG THING IN UNDERWEAR I away below cost  PRICES.  Reco Hotel Arrivals.  A. P. Craig, of the power house staff,  has rented the upstairs of the Stein  block. Mr. Craig intends joining the  benedicts before long and has everything in readiness.  Provincial Mineralogist Robertson has  gone to East Kootenay to inspect the  now celebrated oil and coal lands. He  will also visit the rich gold finds of  Poplar creek.  Rossland city council has washed  its  hands of the  police   investigation  do-1  nianded by the ratepayers' association  and has left the onus of   taking   action  on tha  attorney-general's depautment.  Jim Kee, a   naturalized Chinese gardener of MoGuigan, was up before Mag- j  istrate   Sandilands  -yesterday charged  with selling vegetables in town without  a license.    He pleaded   guilty and   was!  lined $5 and costs.  Methodist church services on Sunday '  when the pastor, R. J. Mclntyre, will'  preach at 11 a. m. and 7.30. In the I  morning an object lesson will be given. J  Mvening subject "Sabath Observance."J  Sunday school in the morning at 10.15.!  Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening f  at 8 o'clock. Three Forks service Mon-1  day eveningat 7 o'clock. All are made  welcome.  W B Grant, Hamilton; St Elmo  Davis, Reco mine; G F Williams, L J  O'Farreli, E O Windsor, Vancouver; R  W Gordon, Winnipeg; W C Wetherell,  W C Brace, Denver, Colorado; H A J  Wilkins, New York ; R H Jameson, W  PD Pemberton, Victoria; Miss May  McNeill, city; W R Beattie and wife,  New Denver; Geo A Petty, North  Rakima.  ank of Commerce.  /   The Sandon Water & Light company  are constructing a new electric line up  ,  Cody avenue, the work being in charge  of P. G. Johnson, electrician.; The telephone line   will be run in conjunction  therewith, and the one set of poles will  do the two.   Tlie spans heretofore were  too wide, the,electric wires too light for  the voltage required, and coupled with  sleet in the winter, a good deal of power  - was lost.   All this will now be remedied  and   a   multiplicity   of   poles avoided.  The   poles   are   nearly all   in position,  closer than before, and when  ready the  old line will  be taken down.   A heavy  voltage wire is being stretched that will  more power and furh'shed  better give  electric light all round.  The Reco mine 13 expected to start  up again shortly.  Rossland has dropped the idea of a  Fourth of July celebration.   ���������  Smith Curtis has been in the Boundary district in" connection with the  openisg of the Oro Denoro mine. It is  intended to quarry the ore and ship to  the smelter as soon as the railway epulis built.  The 6trike on the Defiance claim, near  Grenwood, whiih win reported recently  proves to be $500 ore, it assaying 000  ounces of silver and an ounce and a half  in gold. William Fowlar has a lease  and bond on tho property.  Nearly half the voters of Nelson district have already had their namec put  on the new list. Residents of tin;  Hume and Fairvittwadditionsarerather  disgusted to find that their sections are  in the new Ymir constituency.  Notice to Customers.  Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of June  current,   the  SANDON   BRANCH   of The  Canadian  Bank of Commerce will be closed and all deposits transferred  to the NELSON  BRANCH of the Bank at the close,  of business on that date.  Sandon, B. C, June 9th, 1903.  I *������*������������QQQ������Q������������������������������������������Q������������Q������Q^&Q������QQ������Q$#Q&QQQQQQQQQQQQQQi  A ten inch paystreak of very rich  gray copper ore in a four foot vein of  quartz has just been truck on the Grand  Solo, situated on Canyon creek, Lardeau district. The ore on test samples  will 'assay fiom 407 to 1100 ounces of  silver to the ton. The properly adjoins  theLinson View, which property is  under bond to Mr. Alfred C. Gatde,  manager of the Payne mine here.  Up-to-date in Every Respect.  Meal   Tickets  $5.50  for $5.00.  Cuisine First class. TQeals tKe J$esf\ f  Open From Morn to Mid-night.  H; MURHARD, Proprietor.  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 58c por oz.  Copper, %\Z\i  per cental  Lead, ^i.10 percental  Spelter (zinc) $5 77  Lead.is quoted in the London maiket  at ������12 13s. Od. and silver    4 7-16.  8 -a'K 'nnor '%<& pun ������������������$���������& 'prajenzojB  ���������*no '8inAi83n>'iW.'pa������nrf'i -oo sonej oxi& oavi am  . -jsaq 9J,.f ana���������B3}Ti3  pan ssxmaj oxvj qog -3c9 ou���������mo-jioq pun doj oojm  oaava z\ 'on ���������aa) qu b3jv\ pan mo^oq q-o Bousaia ipmiB  qijjM. opum st Suiiion iCi:jpiori oSuj 08 'u3noaui imbjo  uso 3j to ojoq v n������iU8 SB qSnoaqj S\} qouireo pajq V  -ad  HOLLOS  HS3W  380*10  axon  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  eview.  T"tXT~'7^*;7;������;"::p^ W'*^wi*������->^^?.--We7^W'>������i*MWJKi  il  h  I  THE MINING REVIEW-Saturday, Jcjyl.4,  1903.  THE POINT OF THE JOKE.  It Was Dlfficrilt For the Eiu^llshmnn,  bwi lie  Finally 'Saw  It.  A party of Englishmen were in Chicago sightseeing some time ago. They  wero entertained at dinner -by some  " Chicago.Englishmen who have lived in  America long enough to have a keen  appreciation of the American idea of a  joke. During the evening all the members of the party told stories or sung  songs and entertained according to  their several abilities.    ,  One of the English visitors could see  .nothing funny in the stories told by the  Chicago "Englishmen. Every time one  of them would tell a good American  story nt which most of the party would  laugh uproariously this particular Englishman would adjust his monocle "to '  his eye und, looking wonderingly  around the table, would remark, "But,  I say, I don't see anything in that to  laugh at, y' knaw."    '  Ono of the Chicago men finally.recited an original"poem. The poem told  of an Englishman who had come to  America and after being in this country only a short lime hud died and gone  to another and much warmer country.  Ten years passed, and one'day an imp  passing that way heard tho Englishman laughing uproariously.  "Why, what are you-laughing at?" Inquired thc imp.  "Oh, oh, oh, such a funny story as I  heard in America!  Oh, it was so fun-  We  ny."' laughed the victim, and ho hold his  hands to his side and almost doubled  up with merriment.  "A story you hoard! Why, you've  heard no story," said the imp. "You've  been dead ten years."  "Yes, yes, 1 know, I know," cried the  man. "But I've just seen the joke."  This poem set the-table in a roar.  Amid all the. laughing and shouting  the obtuse visitor adjusted his.monocle  and drawled out. "Hut, I say, I don't  see anything funny in that, y' knaw."     i  "No." replied the man who had read  the poem as quick as a flash. * "Of  course you don't. You haven't been  dead ten years." And even the obtuse  Englishman   saw   tho   point. 1  '���������'    TALKING TO ONESELF.  c _-__________ '  SoIilotiTiien   Are   Hare    BecnT.se  Fear Tli'cy Mean   ACndacan.  Talking to oneself has this obvious  advantage over any other form of oratory or gossip: One is assured of a  sympathetic audience.   But it has also  - this peculiar drawback: It is supposed  to be one of tho early symptoms of insanity. /Wrongly so perhaps. A mad  doctor might rule .the habit out of his  diagnosis. Nevertheless, the popular  belief is firmly rooted,, and it is for  fear of this belief doubtless that we  talk to ourselves even as we dress our  hair with straws so rarely.  It may be said that we never do address ourselves at any length" except in  tho delirium of a fever, In moments  of ordinary excitement of course we  utter to the wind some sort of appropriate ejaculation. Delight wrings  from us a cry of "Hurrah!" or "Thank  heaven!" even though there be none by  > to echo us.   Similarly in any disgust  we omit one of those sounds whose'  rather poor equivalents in print are  "Ugh!" and "Faugh!" and "Tut!" Much  further than this wo do not go. "Why;  what an ass am I!" cries ifamlet in  one of his soliloquies.    Omitting the .  first   word   and   transposing the  last j Admiration of All  two,  the ordinary  modern  man does ''  often  soliloquize to that extent.  'But  ho could no more soliloquize to Hamlet's  extent than   he could speak in  decasyllabics  >   _���������_,  We Lead Them All.  The Nobbiest Suitings to Select  from.  Made in the Eastest Style.   ���������  j Fit and Workmanship the Best.  We are the Eeaders in the Entire ���������  District.  Our Business is Steadity on the  i tcrease.  Our  S:*^S^^|  Suits  turned  out  o  are -the  We arc Up-to-date in eveiypar-  ticular.  I < < i>  Perfection'' our motto.  Nor is thero any reason to suppose j v* e aim t0 l-'ie'ise  that that class of the community with  which, contemptuous of his own 'fluency, Hamlet compared himself is or  ever was more prone ' to soliloquize  than any other. In the matter of soliloquies we cannot accept Hamlet as an  unbiased authority. We merely find in  him the possible origin of the'belief  that talking to oneself is a bad sign!  PRANKS  OF CUPID.  PICKINGS FROM  FICTION.  "Counting the cost" of sins and follies is always a hard sum in arithmetic.  -"Trinity Bells."  Good cooks are more in demand than  ��������� saints these days.���������"The Tempting of  Father Anthony."  One has often to draw upon the imag.  ination even in serious "realism."���������  "Confessionsof a Caricaturist."  There's nothing so good ...to.- brush  away the cobwebs of scruples .as the  pleasures of life.���������"Doris Kingslcy."  Wherever a man strays aside from  the beaten path there he finds the devil  waiting for him.-"The God Seeker."  There is no advantage in being poor  if you can't; be common. It would he  like being well off without a taste for  music or artichokes.���������"The Last of the  Knickerbockers."  And I at least am fair to confess that  the sensation of having once again,  clean, smart clothes upon my person  gave, a wonderful impetus to my self  esteem.���������"Love's, Itinerary."  Seems to rae the Almighty just wants  a feller to do the right thing by his  neighbor and not be too independent,  but go 'long kind 0' humble like and  keep clean.���������"The Man From Glengarry."   " . ��������� .:    .;..���������������������������  Never be a-wasting your time a-think-  ing where a woman is concerned. When  her heart steps up and lays hold, the  reins, the steed gallops to the goal;  she's always time to think after she's  acted.���������"My    Lady    Peggy    Goes    te  ffOTO"  Some -Celebrated Men  Who  Married  Thoir DomcMtic Servants.  1     Marfy' celebrated men have married  ; their   domestic  servants.    Sir   Henry  , Farkes, premier of New South Wales,  , is an example.  One night when dining  at a friend's house he was struck by  the appearance of a servant girl who  waited upon the table and persuaded  his! host to allow her to enter his employ. This sho did aud for a short time  hold the position of cook in Sir Henry's  household.   Then he made her Lady  "Farkes.  - But more illustrious 7than this is tho  case of Peter the Great. One day he  was dining at the house of Prince Men-  ehikoff. fie noticed one of the servant  maids particularly, and, though she  was not handsome, she caught his fancy. Her ii nine, the prince told the czar,  was Martha. She had been a servant  in the house of a Lutheran minister of  Marienburg, and when that city was  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  rTU||������ ������ IIWI Mil  .lULU  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  For Coughs, Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  Price 25 cents; large size 50c.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy.  For Bowel Complaints., Price 35 cents.  Chamberlain's Pain Balm.  An antiseptic liniment especially valuable for Cuts, Bruises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets.  For Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and BowelSj   Price 25 cents.  rriaKiHsrrs-  TO ALL rOINTS  East and West  VIA  Every one of these preparations  ,, ,.������������������ wna   is guaranteed and if not fuily sat-  ..^������^,-..uuxn, uiju  ivut-u mm city was   ,  ������  captured by the troops of Russia sho  isfactory to the  purchaser   the  had been  taken prisoner  by General   money will be refunded.  Bauer, who had passed her over to tho  prince, whose servant she was.   The  count politely made a present of her to  the czar, who eventually married her.   .  William  Cobbett.  the great writer,  when he was only twenty-one years of  age one morning chanced to see a buxom   servant   girl   busily   engaged   in  washing the  family   linen.    The girl  was pretty, so Cobbett spoke to her,  learned her name and the same evening called upon her parents and said  he would like to marry their daughter.  The parents of the girl informed the  young man that they had no objections  to him as their son-in-law, but that he  would have to wait until their daughter was of a marriageable age.   Five  years later Cobbett, true to hia early  love, married her.  Why  Bla: FiBb. Get Away.  It is perfectly plain that large fish  are more apt to escape than small ones.  Their weight and activity, combined  with the increased tricklness and resourcefulness of ago and experience, of  course greatly increase their ability to  tear out the hook and enhance the danger that their antics will expose a fatal  weakness In hook, leader, line or rod.  Another presumption which must be  regretfully mentioned arises ifrom the  fact that in many cases it is the encounter with a large fish which causes  such excitement and such distraction  or perversion of Judgment as leads the  fisherman to do the wrong thing or fail  to do the right thing at the critical in- .  stant���������Grover Cleveland In Saturday [  Evening Post  Short Line  TO  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago  ANU ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers  Dining & Bnflett Smoking Library Cars.  -   Fast Trains at Convenient Hours  -*  Between Spokane & p'uget Sound  For rates-, folderp and full information  regarding tripe, call on or address an-r  agmtO. JR. &.N. Coin pan v.- "  B. C. T>nnieton  G. W. P. A.  Seattle, Wash.  H. Brandt,  ���������C. P.7&T. A.  Spokane, Waeii -*���������/** Li'f.^r'iwv  r"������-nrt������v������ i������Taw������!"i"ti* ���������"������.������_* ������i.-ii-*-*w*'3V*  THE MINING REVIEW-Saturday, July 4, 1903.  Town Jottings..  ;, i/  i'- *���������  11  ! :\  '.   '  ?';  1 <'  f 1;  \-i  U?  *'-i.t  v '  NeilO'Donnell left for the Lardeau  gold region Monday.  City Clerk Allan arid family, of Kaslo,  spent Sunday in town.  P. H. Murphy left Monday on atrip  through the Boundary.  V    Ihe steady demand  for miners these  days makes our business mon smile.  s Almost daily prospectors are leaving  for the gold excitement in the Lardeau.  C. F. Shenrin, of the Reco mine, left  Monday for a month's sojourn at Ainsworth.  s The daily hum of the Ruth concentrator and tram way is pleasant, music to  our ears.  Joseph Scroit, forinan of the Payne  mine, spent the iirat few days of this  week in Kaslo.  Only a'few took in the cheap rate to  Nelson Wednesday on account of the  threatening weather.  The   McAllister   group,   near  Three  Forks, has started  three men   to'work  ��������� and will add moro shortly.-  Mrs. Duncan, who has been on ashort  visit to hor sister, Mrs. G.- McLeod, left  Saturday for her home in Edmonton.  Thc E. P. M. claim,"near Greenwood,  has sent 2L tons to the smelter, which  is expected to give returns of abontiflOO  p������r ton. ���������  P. II. Hawtcshaw left the first, of the  week for White Horse in thc Yukon, to  enter a branch of the Canadian Bank  of Commerce there.  The Payne concentrator closed down  for 2-i hours Wednesday in order to give"  the employees a chance to spend Dominion day where they pleased.  A nugget valued at $S7 was found on  Stout's gulch, Barkerville, by Mr. Fry  List week, while one worth ^100 was  obtained by Mr. Jams, of Richfield.  R. T. Lowery was in Kaslo this week,  but kept away from Sandon. His side  kicker, Billy McAdam, ie sticking type  in the oflice of the Vancouver Independent.  Wednesday was Canada's natal day  and observed as a holiday. A fact commented on by many was that no flags  were raised on the city buildings, possibly by oversight.  The Mercury, principally owned by  cx-'mayor Cunning is showing-iip well  on the strike of some time ago. Tbe  small force employed will be increased  as soon as man can be secured.  The forecast in Kaslo at the presant  time for. the Liberal nomination lies between JohnL.Retallack, "Bob"Green'B  first opponent on hip entry into the  political area and A. ' W.   Gbodenougb.  Geo. Petty, arrived in to wn on Tuesday  from North Yakima, where he is farming on a large scale.   Mr. Petty was the  .- There' ie a brisk demand for men to  work' in the mines, but few are available. Tha long period of- inactivity  caused the miners to go elsewhere, and  the mines about stating up have much  difficulty in securing the men required.  The,Ruth is increasing its force and  will soon have its full complement of 80  men. Over '50 are nDwon the payroll  and more men will be added as ������oon as  they can be secured. The concentrator  is working one shift and is expected to  run all summer.  A sturdy nag was received by the New  York Brewery Monday. The business  of the concern ia increasing beyond ex-  pactations. Messrs'. Towgood & Bruder  now control the entire Slocan trade and  are extending their business into the  surrounding districts. The beverages  brewed are equal to any and' surpassed  by none, while their bottled beer ie  on the high road to fame. '     ���������  The American Boy is graudually in  creasing its force and will soon have its  normal stall". Manager McGuigan is  extending development work with good  success. Tho property is now free from  debt and never looked better. The ore  shipped is of a high gtade, recentassays  giving returns of 100 to 121 ozs. silver  and from 62 to 72 per cent, lead to tho  ton. The output at present is shipped  to Everett for treatment.  All the coal miners employed in the  Dunsmuir'eollieries, who have been on  strike for some time, have returned to  work. The case of the strika was the  men joining the Western Federation  and demanding recognition of the union. Dunsmuir, while not adverse to  the mon forming a union among themselves and willing to remedy any existing grievances laid before him by a local  union, refused absolutely to have any  dealings whatever with'the Federation.  The men were as firm in their demand  and only gav* in whan financial aid was  abandoned and all hope of victory was  lost. The miners returned to work under the same conditions as before tho  strike and have withdrawn from the  Federation, leaving the result adecisive  victory for Dunsmuir.  J There was a hot time in Three Forks  last Monday night. The boys took it  into their heads that a certain couple  were married that evening and that it  was only proper to honor the occasion in  native style. Somo expressed doubt as  to whether tho happy event had tak������n  place, but the inopportune arrival of  two Methodist ministers set all doubts  aside. Without more ado a tin can brigade was formed and the supposed  benedict serenaded. On coming out ho  informed them of their mistake, but the  boys wero in "trim" to take no denial,  whether right or wrong. The "groom"  had to coine and treat the crowd, which  he did, and after convincing the crowd of  their mistake joined with them in their  glee, making the peaks echo with their  shouts throughout the whole night.  Only The Best  ^  ��������� t ��������� M ��������� t t ������++++++++* ���������������������������*'���������������������������������������������������������������:  The Dainffesf Fruit  TKe Freshest Groceries,  Choicest Smoked Treats  and Canned Goods*  Delicacies Trv Preserved Goods always fn. sto6k 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,  ��������� " Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  ,��������� Oysters and Game in season.,  SANDON, B. C,  ���������  ' ' i  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT KOSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND FORKS, PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK,   FORT STEEL.  SANDON  g  Kbr'A-  Agents :  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  YVorden Bros., 7 Slocan Bottling Works,  Slocan City. Kaslo.  rinks  F.. J. Donaldson will refund your  money if you are not satisfied after  using Chainbei Iain's Colic, Choleraand  locator of the Monitor,  which   he   sold | Diarrhoea Remedy,   It is   everywhere  for a handsome figure, and has several  promising claims nearby. Pie is here  looking after his holdings and will remain about a month.  admitted to be the most suecassful  remody in use for bowel complaints and  the only one that never iails. It is  jdoasant, safo and reliable.  .  Now that the Hot Weather is approaching you will need  a nice Cooling Beverage.  All  Rich Fruit Syrup  Come and get a Bottle of Rich Fruit Syrup.  Flavors.      7 Only 25c. each.  '���������'%'������������������  ��������� 7'.'���������';.; .*���������"'"'���������(/, i'/ f.    '���������    , :������I'**1. ���������/*<���������>-yi'y *.���������.'������������������!;'������������������*��������� ���������",*���������.-.-���������    ,''.���������<��������� ,..-."      .,      >',��������� '        '        Ik   1    .  '.   '...5     -���������-'/'' ���������-'���������   Y**>'


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