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 THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July iS, 1903.  . .v.  This Hotel ,has been thorougly  renovated  and  is  First  Class   in condition.  - -      ' f'  The   Only   $1.00   a    Day     House   in     the    City  NELSON &  CO.  PROPRIETORS.  town Jottings.  F.S.Atwood ol Kaslo, was in' the city  Monday.  E. M. Sandiland went over to Nelson  Wednesday.  P.H.Murphy returned Monday from  the Boondary country.  John Sheridan is back in town after  spending the year in Fernie.  John D. DockBteader of Nelson, paid  Sandon a buisness visit this week.  Jesse Prunk, the popular K. & S. conductor is able to be on deck again.  Tho Misses McKinnon returned Sat-  urds.; j'ltar spending a weeks vacation  in'Revcistoke.  Thos. Farqhar loft Monday morning  for Sault Ste Mario, where he intends  going into buisneia.  A savings bank will bo opened up in  connection with tho post office on the  first of next month.  It Is stated in some quarters that  Wrn. Davidson will run as a labor can-  ditate in the Slocan riding.  P. M. Murphy has acquired Geo.  Clark's interest i n the Filbert hotel.  Thechange took place Wednesday.  The license Commissioners-met Monday evening and granted John Nelson a  liquor license for the Denver House.  Isaac Cunning arrived this week from  Cedar Rapids, Michigan, and .has taken  the management of the Sandon hotel.  John McRae, of New Denver, has been  gazetted as returning officer for the Bio-  can riding at the forthcoming provincial election.  Next week the Liberals of Greenwood  will nominate a candidate for that district, the choice lies between J.Hardy  ono of the pioneers of the camp and  J.R.Brown.  Arrangements are being made by the  Nelson Lacrofise club to haye theSouria  veteran lacrosse team play them. The  Souris aggregation are indeed truly veterans, they having held the Charaion-  ahip of Manitobia more times than any  other club of that province. The members are principally composed of farmers.  A party of SandoniteB are camping  this week at Union Bay,on Slocan lake.  The party is made up of Roy, Mclntyre,  Miss Mclntyre, J. E. Lovering, Miss  Lily Davis, and Miss Adair of Revelstoke.  The Rev. Mr. Mclntyre's Orange ser  mon preached last Sunday, has been the  subject of considerable comment during  the week, it being considered a very  able and impartial address on the subject.  Methodist church services on Sunday  when the pastor, R. J. Mclntyre, will  ���������reach at 11 a. m. and 7.30. Sunday  school in the morning at 10.15. Prayer  meeting on Wednesday evening at 8  o'clock. Three Forks service Monday  evening at 7   o'clock.  W.E. Twiss, the hustling district  agent of the Mutual Life Assurance Co.  was in the city Monday! He was here  putting buisness in shape preparatory to  his departure for Vancouver, where he  becomes general agent for British Columbia for the same concern.  A.C.McArthur, formerly C.P.R. agent  here, but now head of the C.P.R.offkea  in Rossland, will shortly sever his connection with thatcompany and return  to his old home'in Nova Scotia. "'Macs"  friends hero will regret to hear of his  departure from the province.  The three-plank sidewalk up Cody  Ave. extending from the K. & S. depot  to Jallands Btore, was completed this  week by D.J.McLaughlan. The sidewalk  just completed was always an absolute  necessity and pedestreins who travel  that way will escape the mud which  they had to wade through heretofore.  The claims recently located by Mike  Kirlin in the Poplar Creek district are  looking up well, a four foot ledge of  galena ore has-been opened up on the  surface, asuaya of samples taken from  the lead gave good returns in gold,silver  and lead. Jack and Jim Thompson are  associated with Mike Kirlin in the  locations.  "���������-The' day filed for the provincial  elections is October 31st. Ths nominations to take place on the 15th  of the same month. , The postponing of  the date for elections is explained by  reason of permiting. any appeals being taken from the court of revision  with respect to names on the voters'  list.  Oivlr Tke&esf.  TKe Daintiest Fruit,  TKe FresKest Groceries,  CKoicest Smoked IQeats  and Canned Goods.  Delicacies In Preserved Goods always U stock at  Corned Beef, Pickled Ox Tongue and Salt Pork a specialty.  *    Always a choice supply on hand of all kinds of  Fresh and Smoked Meats,  Fresh and Sal Fish,  Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Game in season.  urns  SANDON, B. C,  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B; C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND, KELSON, KASLO,-TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  , GRiND'FORKS, PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK,   FOST STEEL.  NEW YORK BK1WERY,  SANDON  \^ 'i - * * l"*Av  Towgood & Btuder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  ^ *��������� *  Give our- Bottled Beer a trials��������� satisfaction guaranteed.  ;���������    ��������� V'.'-.v..    Telephone 24;Silyerton and New Denver.  Agents-    Wordlu'Bros.,""'...'        Slocan Bottling Works,  '���������;���������   Slocan City.   ; "      Kaslo.  rinks  ��������� Now that the Hot Weather is approaching you will need  a nice Cooling Beverage. ������. .  RicK Fruit Syrup  Come and get a Bottle of Rich Fruit Syrup.    .  Ml  Flavors.        Only 25c. each.  ���������I  I  I  hi  II  wwemnrtmmonenmimjret VOL. 7.  -NO.  il  "SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, JULY 18,   1903.  $2.00 PER YEAR  l' *  ation which they have received from  the members of the cabinet during the  necessary investigation of this imporr  tant question.  Too great credit fannot  be given   to  Senator Templeman   and  our British  Columbia members, especially the member  for  Yale-Cariboo,   for  their  un-  Sunday being the anniversary of   the   waverjng support of a cause which   we  decisive battle between King  William , are ,.onfident,will work as much to   the  ORANGEMEN GO TO CHURCH.  1;  '  And Listen to an  Eloquent Discourse on Orangeism by  Rev. ��������� Mclntyre.  and James at the Boyne in Ireland, the  Orangemen of the city attended theMeth  odist c'nur- hwlieru a special sermon was  ,  preached by Rev. R. J. Mclntyre, ^pastor.    As a brother  of the   Bociety. he  understood his subject welland gave   a  very entertaining'-.tfnd .instructive, address well worth listening to.   He took  his text from  Dautronomy,   and   dealt  chiefly   on   a remembrance of historic  events, reviewing historybearingon the  the question of British civil and   rohg-  ous liberty and showing the several  attempts the Roman Catholics had made  to bring England again into subjection  to the Pope.    The   Spani������h   Aratnada,  the gunpowder plot and oilier attempts  which had all been,   by   God'������   special  providenee,   total  failures,   while   the  persecution of our forefathers through.  the-Spanish ���������inquisition   were touched  upon.   The constitution   of the Orange  order received the grater share  of  his  discourse.    The aims and objcets were  forcibly   brought  out,     showing    the  order to be founded upon broadminded  and liberal principles.     He  expressed  his regret that all Orang������mi-n were  not  us good as they ought to be,   but  what  society cun lay claim to perfection in itR  members?     Even among Christ's   de-  ���������ciples there was a black   theep.     The  objection of some people to keeping 1"  remembrance this day  hemetstrongly,  by  showing from   scripture   that   the  Passover was   a- remembrance  of   the  freedom of the Children of Israel   from  the bondage of Eygpt by God's  special  providence.  He next compared the other benefiit  and kindred societies in their relationship to one and another and their influence in the world, and the good the  L.'O. L. had done, he concluded by calling upon all Orangemen to let their lives  be mere in keeping with their constitution aad reform.  interest of the Province as a   whole, as  to the mining districts in  particular.  Yours faithfully,  John L. Retallack.  Chairman Silver-lead Delegation.  Liberals to Meet.  There will be a meeting of the Liberals in the city hall on Tuesday evening  next at 8 o'clock. All Liberals and  others in sympathy with the Liberal  party are cordially requested to attend.  Mines and Mining  Smelter For the Sloean.  It is not publicly known, but the Slocan district has in prospect a smelter and  refining works somewhere adjacent to  its mines. If the parties who are now  in the country looking quietly over  the field with a view to the erection of  both lead and zinc smelting works are  fully impressed with justification for  such works, one will be built not many  miles from 6andon. The people who are  at the back of the proposition are from  New York City and have abundance of  available capital to carry through suc-  sessfully any "such undertaking. We  are not at libei ty to give any particulars  than those already mentioned, but if  the encoaragement looks anyway bright  to them next spring at the latest, will witness the comstart on smelting works of sufficient proportions to  reduce and refine any tonnage that can  bo produced from the mines of this  camp.  Reeo Hotel Arrivals.  Due Appreciation.  Colin C. Brown, Rossland; Geo A  Mclntyre, Vancouver; J H Freeman;  Victoria; J F Potter. Amherst, N 6; R  Barker, Toronto, Ont; Norman Shaffer,  Hamilton, Ont;; Mrs McNeil, Miss May  MeNeil, G F Malcolm, city; W J Twiss,  Ed Rogers, H B Alexander, Kaslo; WS  Drewry and wife, John T Brack, CD  McRae, J B Ewart.New Denver; M B  Barwick, NelBon.  The Boundary mines complain of car  shortage to ship their ores.  The Antoine mine in MoGuigan basin  is to have a 1600 foot .tunnel run to tap  that well known property at greater  depth.   Tenders are being called.  The Wakefield,mine will shortly increase its force to 70 miners. Manager  Lane expects to ship 250 tons of ore per  month and will make the first shipment  next week, when the car will be sent to  Nelson..  The idle handroaster at the Trail  smelter will again be in operation in a  few days, followed by the blowing in of  another furnace as the ore is again  being Bhipped to their workc.  The United States is beginning to  purchase large quantities of silver for  Philippine .coinage and if continued  which there appears to be no question,  will be the means of sending up the  price of silver.  B.C. Riblet, o'r'Nelaon.tb.e well known  constructor of aerial tramways and  the largest operator in this line in the  west has obtained the contract to build  the line for the Nettie L. His success  with the Eva and Ophir-Lade and  othors is well known.  Tin was discovered in Alaska about  two years ago. Various samples assayed show no gold of commercial value.  One sample gave metallic tin, 49 per  cent, iron 3.70and copper 3.00 per cent.  Efforts will be made this fall to thoroughly, examine the tin finds to seo if  they can be made to pay.  a hundred or more fine crystals of good  size having been known to project from  masses of sphalerite ore. Joplin calci-  tes are in every important mineral collection in the.world, and in most every  instance they are the pride specimens  of the specie.  Denver House Opened.  The grand opening at the Denver  hotel Thursday evening was a great  success in every way. The house has  been renovated and refurnished throughout and'ranks with the best in the city.  The dining room is in competent hands,  while-in the bar the choicest liquors are  to be found. The real inducement of  the hotel is the cheap rates, $1.00 a day,  making it the onl\r place in town where  such low rates are charged. Nelson &  Co. solicit.a share of the Sandon public  and guarantee the best of treatment.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following are the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tons.  SILVER-LEAD.  Rnth   21  Total    21  ZINC.  Lucky Jim,    45  Total    45  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 5SJ4c per ox.  Copper, $13>a   per cental  Lead, $4.10 percental  Spelter.(zinc) $5.77  Lead is quoted in the London market  at ������11 7������. 9d. and silver 24 7-lGd.  Last   Chance  Again  Works.  Editor Mining Review :  Sir,���������Before leaving Ottawa, the British Columbia Silver-Lead Miners' delegation desire to publicly express their  appreciation not only of the action of  the government in acceding to their request for a bounty on lead, but alie of  the unvarying sympathy and consider-  Tlie Last CharJce mine after a years  period of idleness has resumed operations and is now added to the regular  working mines of the district. A force  of ten men were.put to work on Monday  and will be gradually increased as room  is made for them in the workings.  The St. Leon Hot Springs.  The St. Leon Hot SpringB has  been  opened and is now ready  to accorrn; o  date visitors.  The total ore shipments from the  Boundary district mines for the first six  months of this year, from January to  July, inclusive, were 274,266 tons. Although this is not what might have  been shipped owing to the Coke shortage, it is nevertheless a substantial increase for the same period ef last year.  Capitalists of Minnesota are having  their attention drawn to the Poplar  Creek district, the recent gold district,  and reports from private sources state  that a great amount of Minnesota Capital will go into the district if the reports of their representative, who is already in the field investing, are at all  encouraging.  Cannel coal ignites more rapidly than  bituminous, coal,' and burns with a  bright yellow flame, splitting in fragments with a cackling noise. It does  not noil the fingers. At times cannel  coal runs as low in volatile matter as  true bituminous. It is the .richness of  this volatile matter in hydrocarbon oils,  not its percentage that constitutes true  cannel.  The finest crystals of calcite in the  world are found in tho lead and zinc  mines of Joplin, Missouri. In fact,  there is no other known locality where  such enomous calcite crystals are found  and which occasionally run to an amy-  thyet shade, making a beautiful speci-  I men.   Groups of perfect crystals appear  Eskimo Mourning: Customs.  All Eskimos are superstitious about  death, and, although they hold festivals in memory of departed friends,  they will usually carry a dying person  to'some abandoned hut, there to drag  out his remaining days without food,  medicine, water or attendance. After  the death of a husband or a wife the  survivor ruts the front hair short and  fasts fo������ twenty-five days.  A  Contractor.  "What does your father do?" asked  the teacher of the new boy.  "He's a contractor," was the reply.  "A railway contractor?"  "No, ma'am; a sausage contractor.  He ties up the ends after another man  has filled tbem."  ft l3^:������&'ii&JKto&,J���������������������,���������&*'���������i*'">''<'���������','  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July 18, 1903.  Tlie Canadian  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.  ���������B������������aneMCBBSBiBBigBseaaB]i3BMCBaniBBBHaaseBiBBe^KaeiiiiB������HsnHa  H  H. MURHARD, Proprietor.  in summer the continuous coil   Page Woven Wife Fence  takes up the alack. ^ji  fences slacken in warm weather and  SBteeg^a^g^a^g^5Sga^sg:^ai^    tighten In cold ��������� except the Page Fence.  In the winter aeason pays It back Pago spring coil takes up the slack in uum-  B8Sjgsg^^a^p!^^g>Hg,^'---uTi -*������"      ������������������      mer &n<*letB it out in winter. No loose sagging  iLl.   ....   ii_u..��������� ,    ,,,      ^ Bummor, no straining or breaking in win-  I tor. Common crimped wire ia not spring tempered and if it slackens it stays slackened; if it  tightens it loosens again worse than ever.    Page wire is tempered to regulate ita own  tension summer and winter. ;������0,000 miles of Page wire fence in use now.  ! She Page Wire Fence Co.. Limited, WalkerriUe, Ont. Montreal, F.Q., and St. John, N.B. 9  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  I have now in stock a choice assortment of  Nick  Stamped  eir^d K.JSL,;pem.necl "\/\/"eu^e>.  Remember  I   am   Headquaters for Plumbing and  Sheet Metal Roofing  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Stanley Mineral .Claim, situate in the  Slocan  I      Mining Division of West Kootenay District  Where located :���������On Seaton   Creek,  two  miles west of Rear Lake.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Wm. S. Drewry, acting  as agent lor Isaac A. Austin, Kree Miner's Certificate No. B 70003, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining   Reoorder  for & Certificate of Improvements, for the pur-  pone 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.  Dnted this SOth day of May, A. D.1903.  50-3ni W. S. Dkkwby.  Nj man or woman will hesitate to  speak well of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets after once trying  tlu-m. They always produce a pleaBant  movement of the bowels, improve, the  appetite and stregtheri the digestion.  For sale by F. J. Donaldson.  Application for Liquor License.  Re-opened!      Re-  Up-to-date in Every Respect.  Meal  Tickets  $5.50  for  $5.00.  CtnsTi\e First class. THeals tXe J$est. |  Open From Morn to Mid=night.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  International Mineral Claim, situate in the  Slocan Mining; Division of West Kootenay  District. Whero located :���������On Payne Moun-  tian about '2%miles from Sandon, B.C.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E. M. Saudiland*, actinic as agent for J. A. Whittier, Free Miner's  Certificate B G9300, Lee N. Parkison, Free Miner's ' ertilicate B 55109 and D. W. Moom, Free  Miner's Certificate B 75,321, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance ef such Certificate of Improvements. .  Dated this 17th day of June, A. D. 1903,  1-Sm K. M. Sandilands.  ' Notice ia hereby given that thirty days  from date hereof I intend to apply to the  License Commissioners of the City of Sandon  for a license to sell liquor by retail on the  premises knowu as the Denver House.  JOHN NELSON .  Dated at Sandon'this 8th day of June 1903,  I have on hand a Special Line of  Goods which ia higher value than  the average puree can atand. They  tire suitable for presents of all  kinds. To clear them off the price  is cut just in half. See my window for bargains.  The Finest Goods  At-Slaughter Prices.  (J. W. GRIMMETT,  ii E. M. Sandilands.  ������������������;:���������- NOTARY PUBLIC,  '*   Mines, Stocks and Insurance.  ������������. ' .'���������������������������'.  . ������ Crown Grants Obtained.  < ������  1��������� Deputy  Mining  Recorder.  ������ Sandon,   -   B. C.  WANTED���������SEVERAL INDUSTRIOUS PER-  sons in each state to travel for house established eleven years aud with a large capi  tal, to call upon merchants and agents for successful aud profitable line. Permanent engagement. Weekly cash salary of $18 and all  travelling expenses and hotel bills advanced  ia cash each week. Experience note sscntlul.  Mention reference and enclose self-addressed  envelope. THE NATIONAL, 334 Dearborn SU,  Chicago.  F. If- -^awkfivs. I  .���������LICENSED���������  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Box 185. Tklkhhonk 22.   ���������  SANDON,   -   -   B .C.  Slocan Ore Shipments.  The following are the or������ shipments  from the Slocan since the 1st of January, 1903, to date:  Sandon.  Payne ;    649  Slocan Star  1058)4  Ivanhoe .'.    295?i  Ainoiican Boy    422  R^������    134  Ruth '     132  Blue Bird  jq  Idaho  21  Monitor  420  Queen Bees  144  Tola' 3337,^  Zi.vo.  Prjih'     823  I van hot'     isO  Total ;  1003  Mcguigan.  Ramli  1129  Antoine .'  152J������  Kml Fox  4ft  Hoean Boy :  16  Silver Gluncf....'  55  Surpris*' ���������.         4}^  Rio  j)  Bitmmrk  ]gi^  Total  i4ao;.a'  Slocan   Lakk   Points.  Arlington  40  Black Prince  17  Bondholder  2  Bosun ......  660  Dayton.......'.  4  '  Ent������������rpri������e  335  Fisher Maiden..........;................ 28C  Ottawa  120  Hartn������y.  Jl  Rnpublir..................;...  50  Meteor...  12  Hamilton  4  Vancouver..... ;.....<............... 20  Total ..1571  BO  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  ,   Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anyone sending a sketch"and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion free ���������whether an  Invention Is probably patentable. Communications utrictly confidential. Handbook on Patents  sont f roo. Oldest aiiency for securing patents.  Patents taken through Munu & Co. receive  tpecial notice, without charge, In tho  icait/  A handsomely Illustrated wookljr. Imrccst circulation of any scientific journal. Terms, J3 a  yoivr; four months, $L Soldbyall novrsdealers.  ffll)NH&Co.36lB���������y. Sew York  Branch Office. 625 V St., Washlneton, D. C.  mm-  if  W  m  1  tit  ill  Ml  W  !$  t,  ivi  n  i  H  I  !  it  M  i  Tin     ���������  If-  is  1  f TKE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July s:S:  i^'03.  U,  I  i *  An  Emetic.  A tablcspoonful of ground mustard  to a tumblerful of warm water is the  rule for tin emetic.  Jlixitj';;-  Coffee.'  -One-of tho tricks of the coffee trade  is to sift the beans so as- to get the  small beans out of inferior Java coffee  and mix thorn with Mocha so as to sell  at a higher price. Sometimes even experts will be deceived by this trick.  The loftiest tableland'in the world is  tliat of Assuay", in tho Andes. An area  as big as Yorkshire lies at a height of  14,500 feet.  Lisle Thread.  Lisle thread is made of superior cotton treated in a peculiar maimer. The  waxy surface of the cotton liber is im-'  paired by carding, but preserved by.  combing. The spinning of lisle thread  is done under moisture, forming a compact and solid yarn.   ,  Eiffel Tower.  The Eiffel tower ls eight inches shorter hi winter than in summer.  There   deems in   all  probalily   that  winhiusix  weeks the Granby "omelter  company wiM h'������ enabled to'suecfSKfully  operate itd  full battery ofeix furnaces  as there now appears to bean assurance  of- snflicont. coke   to permit them  lo  v  ilo so.  F. J. Donaldson %will refund your  money if you,, are not 8a ti sued after  using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholersand  Dialrlioea Remedy, It is everywhere  admitted to be the most successful  remody in utio for bowel complaints and  the only one that never lails. It is  pluasant, safe aud reliable.  Good   In  Fevers.  Glycerin and lemon juice, half and  half, on a bit of absorbent cotton is tho  best thing in the world wherewith to  moisif'u the lips aud tenguo of a fever  parched patient. ���������  Crimes  In   India.  It has boon calculated that in India  4S per cent of certain crimes disappear when hot weather gives place to  cold.  NOTICE.  Noi.icc is hereby given Mint I have  enteral into partnership with Charlie  Hansen-in lhe suluou business, known  as the Union I lo ol - Tho aaid partnei-  aliip to be hiio-.% n rn IJi'.nscn & (jnstaf-  son.  C.  W. GllRtufflOU.  Dated at S;:ik;.uii this Jothday.Inly 1003.  M. L.  GRImMETT, hh. B.  - Barrietor, Solicitor,  Notary  C(  Public, Etc.  Ss������c5an, British Columbia.  ATLANTIC 8TBAXSBZP fIRSR  To and from European points via t.'anndian  and American lines. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information to any C, P.R. ageut  or A. 11. Lewis, Agent, Sandon,  VV.P. P. CummliiK.s, Gen.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg  A!ta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F.  ASD A. M.  Regular <'omiimr.icatioii,of the lodge.  Meets first Thursday in eneh month at 8 p. m,  VisttiriK brethren cordially invited.  JAMES If. BARTON', Scc'y.  e oes  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  have the best and cheapest. This coal  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is eariiy handled, as it ia very  clean.    We have it, for all kinds of grate.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEY OR.  S^HDOM.B.C. ----'   v :  sale.  A large cmvau   t.mt   for  e:ilo.  1(1x2.) and in iirst  class condition.  Size  Fur  parl.icul.ii's ap  to  LiObsfera.  Lobsters often travel in regiments,  seeking now feeding grounds. Their  migrating armies are always led by tho  biggest, and strongest ones, while the  maimed and weakly struggle along behind.  R. K. Atherton.  WANTKD-SEVKRAL PERSONS OF CIIAR-  acteriimt good reputation in each province,  (one in thiadistrict required), to represent and  advertise old established wealthy business  house of soliii fiuinciiil standing. Salary $21  weekly with expenses additional, nil payable  in cash direct each Wednesday from head  oliices. Horse aud carriage furnished when  necessary. References. Enclose .self-addressed envelope. Colonial Company,'331 Dearborn  Street, Chicago.  ameron.  Tnrlfj-ttiff Water.  Three grains of alum  will purify a  gallon of water.    Let it stand for a  time, and if no filter can be had strain  it .through a piece of calico.  Souiisloiic.  Every portion of soapstone lost in  cutting is utilized in other ways. It  gives the dull color to rubber goods, is  uitbd in paper to gain .weight and is  also an excellent article to use in making fireproof paints.  m mv warn mm  ������O 080  MANUKAOTl'RKR OF  SOFT   DRINKS     OK     ALL  KLNDS.    IRON BREW.  G     A     ^ "i "*"**Tr ^���������  /v  Established 1858.  0.  mgney,  Jrop  it j  flarttifacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  urnum  im \mm\mm  VICTORIA, B.C-  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B.C.  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAIL-  :    WAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. & E. RY. A N. CO,  '  ���������0������������������  ��������� The only all rail .route 'between cast, wett  and south to Rossland,  Kelson,  Grand Forks  and Republic.   Connects at Spokane with tha  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and 0. R &  N, Co for points east west and south; connects  at .Kossland  and  Nelson with the Csnadiiin  riicihu Railway.  -Connects at Nelson with K. R. <JL-X. Co. for  Kaslo and K. ifc'S. points.  Connects  at  Curlew with stage for Greon-  wood and Midway, B. 0.  Buffett ears run on trains between Spokane  and Republic.  F.ffeetive Nov.'22,1902.  Arrive.  ��������� ��������� ��������� Spokane .5:10 p.ra.   Rossland...........2:10 p  in  ��������� ��������� Neb-on 8:f'0p'. m'   Grand Forks........ .-1:00 pi rn'   Republic. ..5:-ie p m'  Leave.  fl:'.'5a. m...  10:15a. ni...  7:00 a. m '..  11:00 a. m...  9:15 a. rii...  ilfstil;  iii ui  ������ j    >' ���������  &S0I ��������� Why you should buy  ELECTION NOTICE.  Factory  Accidents.  Accidents in factories are said to bo  much more frequent in bad weather,  than in good. ,  Cnj>e  Town  I,ei>ern.  When the Dutch founded Cape Town,  there was no leprosy among tho inland  natives. A century litter two Dutch  farmers near to Capo Town were found  to be lepers, and since then the disease has been steadily increasing ami  spreading northward among both native and European races.  NiK'fit   Watchmen.  The first night watchman was licensed by the New York common council in 1G07.  pt.'RLfC NOTfCK is hereby given to the oleo-  *      tors of the. M unicipality of the Cii y'uf t'an 1  don, that i require tho presence i.f the said '  electors at the Council Chambers in the City-  Hall, 011 Monday, Jii!y.2oih,.l'JO,J, at 1-J o'clock-  nooii, for the j>urp-:ih-e cf electing; p. 11 aidcrninn  1 to represent, them in the   municipa! council,  and am-hnoi trustrc.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  be as follows:  The candidates shall be nominated in writing; tho writing shall bo subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as proposer and seconder am! shill be delivered to tho fietunilpg  Ofiiccr, atnnytjmcbetween the dnio of notice Because lhe fags are' valuable for pre-  aiul 2 p. m, of rh,> day of mmil-ii'.ioii, and iu . ^^TETT^r*.*^?    ���������������y  tl.cevci.tofu pop bc'n:, neco s.ry, s-ch  p,ll ' ,n,lIms U,ltiI Jan* ,St> ,9������6'  will l.c opcnel uii Thnr������.!������y, the2:ird day of   Because we guarantee every  plug, and  7 -"ft   1.       in       at r^JtSUMU/jrUNWH  ir. A...TAc::-;spN, g, p. a t. a.,  Spokane, Wash.  G. K.TACKABtJRY,-  Agent, Nelson, B.C.  Because ifc is the'ljc^qnality.  BeCcllJSe ''' 1S ^'IC ni0Ht h'^linpvliew.  Because!t is th(']nv^'^ l������'g!' v-���������<]"  5 to 10c. plug  Cnniplior.  From the earliest times camphor hag  been a practical necessity to man. Its  pleasant perfume, its destructivencss  to insect life and its many remarkable  therapeutic virtues have more than  earned its great popularity.  ricicHnfr.  When pickling, always use the strongest vinegar and havo it scalding hot,  as cold vinegar becomes ropy and will  not keep,  July, I'.HW, from !) o'clock 11 in: till 7:"0 p. m. at  the said Council 1 lumber in tliu city Hall, of   Because vonr dealer ienntlioriKcd to re-  whichoveryperfuu! Is hereby required to take "-   ���������-������������������   notice and fovorn h!m.-.clfaccordini;!y. | fund your money if yon nre not  Tl.o persons qtia'ilicd to be nominated and !' satisfied.  elected aldeniicri f rthc said ciy shall be such j  ���������-  persons as tire mi:!e Riitish HiibJceiM of tho fuJl !     THE EMPIRE   TOBACCO CO., Ltd,  ftgc of tweul.v-oiio years and  ::rc  not. il'sipuili-!  (i id undoraiiylsw, imuI appear on  lhe last re- , "  vised assessment roll of ih^.H"id c:t", as owncs !   /^9^ n  \.t    no.       S    Art a  of land or re il property of the assessed; value ^^^^00,K 3 wOttOIl ilOOti t-OmpOTina  of five hundred ($"00.oi)j dollars, over and above ^^^ Ia sneeessfnlly nsed monthly br oyer  any re.isterccl incumbr.-uu-e 0' char.es, a,. f^^i^^^&^^SST^  are otherwise qn::lilicd as municinal voters.       f������tsd. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  The persons qunliticd to he nominated and "nitationa nre danjrerons. Price, No. 1, $1 per  elected school ir���������,oo. of tte .aid city shall be feif^J!^S^p������oTp^M^S  any qualifloitof the said inuuiciriality. otamps.   The Cook Company Windsor, Ont.  Given under niv hand at the City of Sandon IS^Nob. land 2 eold and recommended by *dJ  tlrs7ihd������iy.Tuly,'l903. '   ���������""���������fM'n���������"ri"t"1������'1'������������"  C. E. LYONS, Returning Ofiiccr.  ?������3j������oii3il)leDrub't;iBta iu Cantda.  Mfij Itej 1 Ifiplii I,  UAIITED.  International hm^iMwkt UL  Ma l SJccan. Eailwsj Company,  NOTICE.  Comuipncincr Ptniduy, Auirust 17th. 1900, the  following time card will bo in ctl'ect on  Kootenay Lake and K. it S. Ry.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  ICaSLO-SAXDON ROUTK.  9:00 n m. leave ICnslo.... arrive  3:15p. m  10:10 a.m. leave..WhiiewiiUr ..leave  1 M2 11 m  :()0n.in. lenre....MK;uit;iiii....lenvo lr.'J p. m  11:.'5 11.111. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. m  A direct connection is made at Kaslo with  steamer both to ami fmm Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  ICA.Sf.O.XELSON- UOb'TK.  6:0()ft. m. leave Nelson..'..arrive   7 JS p m  3:3o p.m. arrive....Kaslo. leave   8:40 p.'m  Callins,' rt'irulnrly ot Ainsworth and Pilot  liny and at fill way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson it Fort  fcheppanl H nil way both to and from Kossland  .Spokane, Etc. '  Tickets sold to nil points in United States und  (���������minds via Great Northern, Northern Pacific  O. R. A N. Go , Ac, etc. '  _ Ocean and steamship ticketsand rates via all  lines will be furnished on R| plication.  For further particulars call on or addrew  Root. Irving, JfanngerKajjlo, B. C.  Geo. Huston, Agent, Sandon. f HE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July i 8, 1903.  Tlie Mining Review.  SATURDAY, JULY 11, 1903.  Slocan lead orea, persnmably in consequence of the Dominion government  not allotting the 6nielteib any portion  of the bounty just, granted. To say the  least the repoit ehould be put down as  absurd. 01 all tinies to raise the sriMlt-  mg rules' the pre: cut ia the most in-  oppor unate,aB they have lh*attention  of the public over the question of already ch-iiging exorbitant pikes, and if  they weie inclined to do bo now it is  reaBonabie to suppose they would seek j  a more fitting lime when circum  stances  weie  more favorable for it.  "Why Some Miners Don't win.  In minim: the possession of nerve  counts for much. .The man who is hot  dauBted by difficulties, even if severe,  but who determines to see the thing  through in the face of obstacles, ia the  man who makes a, success.  It is true that many mines'havc paid  from the grass roots and the number of  rich mines that have not only paid their  way from  the   start,   but   have  given  Tho general losses sustained throughout Canada by tliedeprtciation of industrial  etocks     in    this    country'    has  not     brought     the   Ottawa .government to a realization of protecting   her  steel and iron industries.    When urged  repeatedly to give the fullest measureof  protection, the government has invariably turned a deaf ear to ��������� appeals.    In  consequence of this negligence millions  upon millions of.dollars have been   lost  ts the country,   and   industries   representing an inyestment of immense sums  sums are threatened with utterdeatruc-  ���������tion.   The iron and steel industries are  on the verge of collapse, yet the Liberal  government stands idly by gazing upon  the impending wreck.   The production  of iron and steel has  been   largely   instrumental in   placing   Great   Britain,  Germany and United in the front ranks  of the commercial world, and it is  from  those   countries   that   Canada derives  her pupply of such commodities.    A few  years ago great works were   erected   at  Sydney and the   "Soo" with   the   expectation -And cutting out foreign impor-  taticr. of securing the tnuie within the  Canadian borders.     All  that  w&s   requisite to mako theni   prosperous   wm  "adequate protection.     Thishaa  been  denied and the men who   hope   to   become a public benefactor by buildingnp  Ca.nada have been penalized for having  .     _        ,       .   ' I     As inevitable as the changing seasons of  faith in Canada s future. ' j the year is the change which  comes to  every woman.    And just as one anticipates  tke_ changes of other seasons it is wise to  anticipate this change' of season and pre-  W'hen the Liberals came   into   power j pare for it.   In this way the discomforts  ., ... , , ' aud disasters suffered by many women at  the taxes of the people were  io  be   lc-^hc period of  change can be avoided or  dttce.l.    Since coming into power  what, overcome.  *��������� ' i ��������� Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, amed-  do we find? L'ov the past twelve months   iciue for every season of woman's life, will  entirely meet the needs of women at this  they have been from Customs alone period of change. It cures the physical  ,-������������������,������������������.,.       s., rrr-on'? ,. ���������    'ills and relieves the mental anxiety and  !;'30.GH1,G5������J or H.5bG,8G7  more than   in   depressjon   USUally associated  with  this  1902.    That is the result of a   tariff  for" critical period    It tranquilizers the nerves,  - encourages the appetite vaud induces re-  reyenueonly.   In lSOG-tindor a protec-': freshing sleep.  Sffc f% RXiWAZU) S  %tr\a&' FOR WOMEN  to   contribute   $20,255,335   in Customs      "  HOW TO GAIN FLESH  The life of food is the- fat  within it���������the more fat the  more real benefit from the  food; that is why cod liver  oil is a powerful builder of  flesh., ..  Scott's Emulsion of .pure  cod liver oil solves the  problem of how to take cod  liver oil. That is one reason  why doctors have been prescribing Scott's Emulsion for  all wasting diseases, coughs,  colds and bronchitis for  almost thirty years.  We'll send you a sample free upon request.  SCOTT &. DOWNS. Toronto^ Out.  fortunes and all but five or six m*d������  money, although their leases had only  nine months to run.  The mining man who will first of   all  chose his  location  wisely :', examining  wealth at the same time to their fortun-i all the conditions carefully ;   the   char-  ate owners, is surprisingly large. The  iAHtest, and one of the most famous of  these is, of course, the Mizpah groupHat  T������nop������h.. It made J.'L. JUutlerund his  lirat associates very rich, and ont of lhe  hundred men or to who .took leases on  the pioperty twenty-live or thirty made  tive tariff Canadians were called upon  ib.utd' $20,255,335 in Customs  So that under t he   new   order i  taxes.  WHO CANNOT BE CURED.  i    Backed up by over a third of a century  of things our taxes in  one   department   of remarkable and uniform cures, a record  "    ��������� . such as no other remedy for the diseases  alone havo gone up $1.6,304,ol4   a   year,   and weaknesses peculiar to women ever  ��������� ,.      ,." attained,  the   proprietors of  Dr.  Pierce's  These facts pretty   thoroughly   dispose   Favorite Prescription how feel fully war-  nf th* Hii*,.ir.iiP nr<riinipnt thfttinrreiiBcd   ranled   m   olTerinff  to   pay $500  in legal  ol tb������ hpeciotiR aigument uiat.incie������t6ca   moncy of Uie UnitC(l states, for any case  duties mean increased  taxation.     The   of I,eucorrhea, Female Weakness, Prolapsus, or I1 ailing of Womb which they can-  very   reverse  has   resulted   untier   the   not cure.   All they ask is a fair and reason-  .     ,   , "   , '      able trial of their means of cure.  Liberal r������Kim-.   And the worse feature     } s CnrIislC) H    ��������� of MnilchC8tcri Cofrce Co _  ������f tliA fiHcal nnlir-v now in votrue   is that    Tenn., writes:   "Iliave been using your medi-  Ot IP'S nscat poiiC) now in vogue, is mat,   dnes f(jr U|e ,ast sixte(;n or eighteen years in  .,        i���������   ���������,.���������   ,,���������������.;.,,������   m;ii;m,M   .nni-o mv Poor-house.    I am superintendent of the  the people   aiC   pajing   millions    moie Coffcc County; Poor-house and Asylum combined.  1      ... ��������� r���������.. iu��������� ���������������:,.:i������������������nnf 'riii,.;,,lii,i>������' Your 'Favorite Prescription,1 'Golden Medical  each year foi the pnulegeof punching Discovery. nml .Piea.s;mt Pellets'are the best  r       ��������� ��������� ,..,r���������.,(������������������,.���������rc   -t.-Vinon     ���������,,.������,   medicines for the diseases for which they are  foreign    manufacturers   whose    waiea   recommended, that r ever used.   They saved  ., ,       ���������    -rp, ���������   ������.i,_i���������    ~.,Bt,:>n   ia    n,y wife's life at the time of ' change of life.'   I  they purchase.    The   Whole   system   IS    have  been   recommending your   medicine  to  ,     ,        , ,        .,      ������������������':���������������������������   v,..i������/.;^lUD    many afflicted women and have also guaranteed  bad and under   its   vicious   pi maples   tliat if it dkl not cure x W01]Id pa* bnck the  money spent for it. I have told our druggist  that if the people came back and said Doctor  Pierce's medicines did not give satisfaction, to  give them back their money and charge it to me.  I have not once been called upon to refund. I  have never found anything to equal the ' Favorite  acter of xhti district; the record of its  producers, if it has any ; the advantaged  of location ;"the proximity of fuel and  water, and the hundred other circumstances which would influence any sane  man embarking in a business, and' who  will then go patiently and systematical y into the work of developing his  property, will find that juecess will reward hisefibrls in a large majority of  instances. When such a course is pursued a man can, indeed, hardly- fail to  succeed, for if the mine be a poor one  he will find it out so early that butlittle  time will be lost. He will st>ek another  property, and by sticking to business  principles will 'assuredly make a success.���������Mining and Engineering Review.  Tlie Conservative Platform.  [Adopted ������t Bove-aloke, September 12th, 190'.'.]  1.   Th-.t this convention rerfirms the policy  < f the party iu matters of provincial loads and  trals; the ownership aud control of inilways  n::d the development of  the agricultural resources of the province as laid down  in the  V'atf' rm adopted in October, IbO'J, which- is as  j. Hows :  "To actively aid in the construction of trails  throughout the undeveloped  portions of tho  province and 'he building of provincial trunk  roads,of public necessity.  "'10 adopt the pri nciples of government ownership 1 >f rai. ways in so fur us the circumstances ofthe province will iidmi1, and . iho-.adop-  i ti0��������� ��������� of the principle that no bonus should be  ��������� fcranted  to any railway company whichdo.'Vi  not give the government <f thu province oe"'j <<  1 :ol i-f :->'tes ever lines bonused, toge her witV  the option of purchase. v  "To actively assisi bysta'e aid in the development of  tliu ugrioiiltuial   lesouices of the  ]h-i ���������.viu.ee  ���������1.   That in tho ineiintime and until the rail-  wry policy 11 bove set forth can be tecomplish-  e-1.,'" yene'iil railway net be pufsed, giving free-  (ioiii.tn coiistriici. tnilways  under eertain'-aj -  pioveil rf-gulaiioi'i!, analVgous  -o  the  system  thn'  hi'.s icsul'cd in src!!���������'extensive  railway  Ci" si riifliiiii in the United ^uite!:, with so much  adventure lo.t'ra"te und i-omnietce.  :!'  'rh->"t t" eiK'ounigo the ituiiing industry,  the Luxation '.of metalliferous mines should he  i ji the basis of 11 percentage '-a ihe net profits.  ���������I    '-h'Mthe. goven-meiit ownership of tele-  ph 11c systems should be brought,aboutns a  tins' step in the acquisition of public utilities.  ���������'.   That ������i porti' u of every c"iil area hereafter  to be disposed of should be r<servr-d from pale  or lei'sc, Sv that stutc  owned: inii-es may be   '  easily .ncijcpsi.ble, if their opciation  beco"n:es  ncccsMiry or advisable.  ii.    I hut in tbe p'Hp bu'd leases provision  shovldbenifKle for eff'Testin};, and that ste| 8  should.be takim for the general .preservation  <f forests by gut: tiling agairst tho wasteful de-  struc'i.iii of liml-cr.  7.   That :he legist h til re find goverttmi-nt of  the priviio e should persevere in the cH'������rt to  : ccuve th ��������� ex'i'liisioti uf .>sintio labi r.  s.   Th������t'he mntterof 1 etier'ermsin the way  if sulisidy ami appropriatioi>s for the pri.viiu e  : h'suld t-e vig������ri<usly piccsed upon the Uoinii.-  j..... .rfivontn ont.  9. That thesilvci-'.ei'd industrip^ of the province be osteiud at d encouraged by the inipt -  s'liou of iiii-t-ci'.rcd customs duties on lead and  1'Wi iirodiicts imported into fitnadti,mid that  the ��������� oiiFCivn'ivc meinhot'K of the Dominion  !!< 'so bo tit'ird tosupi" rt any motion intro-  iii:cci for sii- h m pur)) -se  lit '!"!.;���������(.'us industrial disputes almopt. in.  ni1 i-iiit'. -cMOt in great loss 11 fd injury !>��������� th to  the patriesdlieetlv concerned and to the pub-  li'' le.nipliition should be passed to provide  mennf for ������n luniciible.TdjiisHiient of such dis-  I'lties ' ct������een einpioyeis aiid emploveos.  it. That il ]������������������ advisable to foster the mnnu-  f. ch.-e of t ho rfiv, pr.<"!dnets-oi" the province  villain the t"<. vitw-c n? f������r ns prat!tie������'l>lc by  j'cans'of. t'sii'icui on tho !.aid raw pr< ducts,  f',.t jot^t 10 tcliite oi'the same iii whole or part  v hen maniifnet'iitod in British Columbia.  An Analysis of a Kiss.  Thakis: 'A kiss is a-peculiar proposition. Of no use to ono, yet absolut*  bliss to two. The small hoy gets it for  nothing, the young man has to ntcal it  and the old man has to buy it. The  baby's right and tho lover's privilege,  the hypocrite's mask. To a young girl,  faith ; to a married voman, hope; and  to an old maid, charity.  taxation must continue to grow.  Silver Quotations.  The following   nre   the prices of bar  silver during the week :  Sunday...  53  Monday  531^  Tuesday  53%  Wednesday  53^  Thursday  52%  Friday  53%  A rumor has been  current this week pres^riptTon^fbr diseases of women."  , p Dr.   Pierce's   Common   Sense   Medical  in the camp lo the efleet that the Oan- Ajjvjser js seilt free on receipt of 31 one-  adian  smelters are about to raise the %-\^^^S^i^&^    ���������rki"������  ��������� the Boundary mines and  smelter charges on  the   treatment of Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.  There are at. the present time985 men  ���������orking  in the Boundary mines and  Smelters, t early 1 eat h;ng thclOfJO mark.  Con nerval i ve_Con vcntlons.  Aim m'peti! g of the executive of the Provincial i.o- seiv.itive Association, held in Vaneou-  v'or, the 'previ' ce wav divided ir to fiiGdivi-  si'M's I'm oiifiini/.j-.tion purposes, 'the Kootenay  li umm y d-vision is uiao.u up of ihe f. llowing  novinciiil election distrietf: Hevelstoke. Co-  li'.iubiit, t-crn-.e, ttranbrock, ���������Yiuir Kaslo, Slo-  cuo, lin.nd l-'otks, the > ity of Ross!and und the  City of Kelson. At the same ''meeting the fol-  lowirK 'e^oiltt:oI!s were ademted :  I. Thin conventi''.is for nominal)],geandi-  dacs for members of the legislative assembly  be made un 'f delegates chosen as folloivF :  (a) In fi'y elect- ral districts, one delegate  for every fifty aud fraction .of fifty votes polled  at the provincial < l"i tion held in VM), und if  the city is divided into wards, the proportion  of delep'ites for ech ward shall bo bi-sed on  the vote polled iu each ward at the last muni-,  eii-al election,  (b) In other electoral districts, one delegate  for cvf-.ry fifty or fraction of fifty votc������ polled nt  the provineiii1 eieciii 11 held 'ih-lSOO, the dele-  gftes lo be apportioned to jiulling places, or as  near iheretoaswiil be fair to the voters ofthe  different 11 Ighborhcods.  'J. The eleciin of relegates shnll be at pub-  lie ii'.ceiP gs, he'd ot a des'gnated central place  in cio-h polling division, or in each ward in city  electoral districts, if the city is divided into  v-Mtds. At such pti'-lic meetincs only thone  vhu pledge themselves to vote for th" candidate or en ndidiitess' ltdeil at the u< luiiiiiting  coi-vciilion shall be entitled to a vo 0 fordele-  gates  . :t. Two v celts notice shall le t-'iven of lhe  public lore inysat v hich dele ales are '.0 be  e'ected, and nominatinir eonventio' s shnll be  held in city electoral distiicts two clays after  the day on which delegates ������to.e'ected. and iu  oilier cloctioiil iMst'iclssevc'i days after. All  nomination-- throtiuhoiH tl'.e pr-vince to he  mnde at a designated central pinr-c In each  e'cerr-riil distrii t arid on the >nn������e<!ay.  4. All notices of the date of t'liblictiKetings  for the election of tie egtues to nominatinj; conventions, the apportionment of de'et'.ntes, and  lhe rlaceiMul da'cof in.nnitit'.lii'g cii-ventioiis  in the several electoral dis'ricts >h"ll be jire-  piiredby the irember of .the executive of tho  division in which Ihe elec'onil districts are situate, and issued ovor the nriitMS of the president and secretary of the I'ruviuciil Com-ervn-  tive Assf'ciation.  A meeting of the provincial cje utive will 1-e  held at Viincouver wiihiu a month, and the  date for holding district nominating conventions will then be fixed.  .'OH>-  I'OUSTOK.  President of the Provincial  focfervi tive  Asso'n.  Ncison, hit e>Sth,W0;i.  ���������Wi  i  I  M  i  S  m  I  t  is  ��������� m  ��������� '������i  111  ���������iF'At  ��������� :.m  h  ���������it  li  ���������it  '; '  i^  ii  %  n- a  ;i; ������������������  ,-���������;*  ���������;*.A?  %'  ft,A  ft.  -if-  'Wl ���������  K  M  A  /' te'  I THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, July iS,  1903.  "Rry as  Statistics."  It is fairly obvious that the study ot'  statistics is not exactly' what would  be termed a popular pastime, says  Winthrop M. Daniels in The Atlantic.  Librarians do not discover any extensive demand for statistical literature.  Sir John -��������� Lubbock, if I- remember  rightly, found no place for a single  volume of figures in his hundred best  books, and in that flood of articles on  "Books That Have'Helped Me, by  Authors Great, and Authors Small,",  the same significant silence seemed to  lie maintained. There. Avere some very  curious books that had apparently  proved helpful to. certain persons, but  there was unbroken testimony of a  negative kind that nobody had ever  been helped by a blue book.  To say of anything "as dry as statistics" is at once to consign It to,tho  nethermost limbo of aridity. Such is  the verdict upon tlie finished statistical product. As for the methods em-,  ployed in constructing such tables-  weighted averages, index numbers or  curves of error���������these to the-wayfaring men are-.hidden and ingenious refinements of cruelty, to bo avoided at  all hazards or at least-forgotten with  a shudder and, a prayer.  "WJiy He Didn't Jump.  Here is one that a young'man who  . knows a good story when-he hears it  heard one railroad man tell another iii  a depot up the line the other day:  "We picked up a new Irishman  somewhere up country an' set him to  work brakin' on a construction train  at 3 cents a mile for wages. One day  when him an' mo'was on the, train she  got away- on one of them mountain  grades, an' the first thing we kiiowed  she was flyin' down, the track at about  ninety miles an hour, with nothin' In  sight but the ditch an' the happy hunt-  in' grounds, when we come to the end.  Ltwlsted 'em down ns hard as I could  nil along the tops, an' then of a sudden  I see Mike crawlin' along toward the  end of one of the cars on all fours,  with his face the color of milk. I  thought ho was gettin' ready to jump,  an' I see his finish if he did.  " 'Mike,' I says, 'for heaven's sake  don't jump!'  - "He clamps his Gngcrs on the run-  nln' board to give him a chance to  turn round an' lookin' at me contemptuous, answers:  "'.tump, iscit?' Do yez think I'd be  aftlior jumpin' an' me makiu' money  as  fast  as I  am?"  How He Fooled the Dog:.  A gentleman who is fond of studying  wild nniiiials in tlieir.natural surroundings once had an opportunity of seeing  for himself an example of the cunning  fcr which the fox has become proverbial.  As he was standing near-the bank of  a river one winter day, he saw a fox  run out upon the ice and make straight  for n hole. At the edge of the opening  he s.:opped. turned, followed hia tracks  back to the bank, ran down the stream  itud paused to await developments.  [n a little'while,"a dog came tearing  out of the woods, with his nose close  to the ice and snow. He ran along the  ice with his head down, following the.  scetit until he reached the opening. It  was: then too late to check his speed,  lie plunged into the water and was lost  under the.ice. .        ^  "The fox meantime had .waited in  plain sight to watch the effect of his  little trick. After the dog came into  view the fox remained perfectly mo-  tionless, until he saw his old enemy  'disappear. Then, with a* look on hia  face which seemed to combine a good  'natured grin with a mild contempt, he  went nonchalantly off about his business.  A Cnrlons Taint ot South America.  One of the most curious palms in the  world is called the ita "and is very  abundant on the banks of the Amazon,  Ulo Negro and Orinoco rivers. In the  delta of the latter it occupies swampy  tracts, which are at times completely  inundated and present the appearance  of forests rising'out o-f the water. The  swamps are inhabited by a tribe of Indians called Guanines, who subsist almost entirely upon tho produce of the  tree. During the nnnua! floods they  suspend their houses from tops of tho  tall stems of the palms. The outer skin  of the young-leaves Is made into cords  for hammocks, and the soft inner bark  yields a nutritious farinaceous substance.  The  FolUrt.  The. polka is the natural .dance for  the feet of the people. Take in evidence  its origin. A Bohemian peasant girl  was'seen dancing "out of her own  head." extemporizing from the sheer  joy of her heart song." tune and steps.  This she did on a Suuday afternoon in  Elbeleinitz, and an artist, one Josef  Neruda! who,spied her, made a note of  all he saw. The people of the town  adopted the dance and called it the  pulka, half step. In 1835 it reached  Prague and Vienna in 1S40; thence it  spread rapidly through Europe. When  M. Cellarius introduced it to the Parisians, we hear that all else gave way  before "the all absorbing pursuit, the  polka, which embraces in its qualities  the intimacy of the waltz with the vivacity of the Irish jig."  Different Metliodn.  "Whatever became of Lamb?"  "Oh. he played the markets and went  broke."  "And Wolff, what became of him?"  "Oh, he worked the markets and got  rIch."-Puck.  FasliiooaWe. Tailoring,  We Lead Them All.  Sonthey  on   Wordsworth.  Of Wordsworth, Southey writes,. In  1S08, says Harold S. Scott in The 'Atlantic: "He has written a masterly  poem called 'The White Doe of Rilston  Hall; or. The Fate of the Nortons.' The  poem is incomparably fine. It would  amuse you-to bear how he talks of his  own production. His entire and intense  selfishness exceeds anything you could  have conceived. I am more amused at  it than offended; not being sufficiently  attached to him to feel pain at perceiv-  ;ing his faults, and yet respecting him  far too much on the average of his  "qualities to be disgusted. It is so pure  and unmixed a passion in him that Ben  Jonson would have had him in a play  had he.been his contemporary."  Our Business is vSteadily on the  increase.  Our  vSuits   turned   out   are   the  Admiration of All.  We are Up-to-date in eveiy particular.  We aim to please.  "Perfect ion1' our motto.  o  r  -iC&ambeHain'a  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.     i  An antiseptic liniment especially valuavl  ble for Cuts, Bruises^ Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Livei' Tablets.  For  Disorders of the. Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.  Every one o5 these preparations  is guaranteed and i? not fully sat������  isSactory to the purchaser the  money will be refunded.  *Mt������riMftxti mmnvw) nmu* ������#r������r*-t������ v  The Champion Thin Alan.  A knot of men was gathered In the  smoking room at the club the other  evening. All ordinary topics had been  exhausted, and they finally entered  upon a contest to see who could tell  the most remarkable story about the  fat men or the lean men they had seen.  A veritable Ananias, was awarded  first prize without a dissenting voice  when he asserted that he had met in  his travels a man so thin that he could  "go through a flute without striking a  note."  None Too Liberal.  "Mr. Linger spends a great deal of  time with you, Molly," eald Mr. Kit-'  tish to Miss Frocks.  "Yes, but that's all he does spend.'  ������������������  No man can be brave who considers  pain the greatest evil of life or temperate who regards pleasure as the  highest good.  By the time we get what we want In  life we want something else n groat  deal more.���������Saturday Evening Post  A  T������irquolne  I'ecuIlnrJty.  About one woman in three cannot  wear turquoises without turning them  green. Some turquoises will turn green  after being worn by any woman. Jewelers of'the first class guarantee to replace turquoises If they turn green,  and the annual cost of the replacements is stupendous. One jewel house  has tried the experiment of having all  its employees go around with dozens  of turquoises strapped next to their  skin to try to detect the green ones,  but even when they have passed this  test some of them will be brought back  by customers, having turned a hideous  green. No reason is known for the  changing of color.  ���������The Nobbiest Suitings to Select  S from.  Made iu the fastest Style.  Fit aud Workmanship the Best.  We are the Leaders iu the Entire  District.  it* >\  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  rX1IOKlHirT1S  -TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA"  ne  TO  St. Paul, Dultith, Minneapolis, Chicago  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma,  Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining it .Buffet t Smoking Library Cars.  Fast Tm ins at Convenient Hour*  Between Spokane & Fuget Sound  For rates-, folders and full imformation  regarding trips, mil on .or address any  ngt-nt 0. E. & N. Comnanv.  A. B. C. Dfnniston        Tl. Brandt,  G. W. P. A. C. P.&T. A.  Seattle, Wash.     Spokane, Vi&ttj  mtwrntmHimmitiimumaBm


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