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 \  V  /1  &y-  Si���������"  '/������/+-./yt //���������/ -?M& /  ,ty"^ :V'\./" ;y.y<vyy^y. >?:���������.:'  ������������������*?���������*  Hi.:.  VOL. 7.���������NO. 1.  SANDON, B.C., SATURDAY,   JUNE 20,   1003.  $2.00'PER YEAR  From Slocan District  For   1902  Was  75   Per Cent,    of  tlie  Total.  five months of last year wore- 771   tons ;  behind, while they were 1.G7S tons   be  hind the same  week   last   vear.     The  SILVER-LEAD   OUTPUT. |atft-!entra,noint',togeti'wwitha ens.  torn refinery, in which die   silver   may  ! be separated from the lead and shipped  1 quickly to market, while the lead, which  forms only about 30   per   cent,   of   tin  value,' but 69 per cent, of the weight   of  the crude bullion, finds its way by   the  The provincial mineralogist has   the  cheapest, though slowest, freight, to the  following to say  in   regard   to   British j most available market, which will prob  Columbia's silver and lead  production   ably prove to be the Trans-Pacific   and  ior last year: which yet requires to be develoned.  The total amount of silver produced      The lead production of   the   province ,���������,������������������, ���������MU MIB fcilllie WMK a VC������U.  ^  by the province for 1902' was   3,717,917  m 1902 was 22,536,381 lbs.,   only   about I This iS not so good a comparison   W  niliiwn    vn   imsl  n t- <M   nil   onn 1 1..H11      .     ,,, . r '    ""  "j OUR   CITY   FATHERS.  total sale of zinc th i? year is now 12,156  tons behind the "6ame period of Inst  year. The report of sales indicate very  pointedly the decrease in output when  it is understood that the reserve stock  is lower than for years. A conservative  estimate of the output of last week,  places it at a decrease of 20 por cent,  lower than the same week a year  ago  Hold Two Sessions But -Transact   No  Important  Business.  -      .....Mcuu.auguuna comparison,  now-  ounces, valued at $1,941,328, a decrease | half that of the previous year, owing to j ever,   for one vear ago the last of   the  as Cflllinnrpd n-itl-.   d.^.    ������������������<-���������.. *     -c    -,,-vn-,    in.,. :..       r    . < -^ i " ' c  as compared with the  output  of  1901,  but practically the same as that of 1900.  Of tii is total amount about 25 per cent,  was mined in association  with   copper,  while the remaining 75  per   cent,   was  mainly derived form the silver-lead ores  of the Slocan district and   East .Koot.o-  iniy.   Included with the Slocan ores are  the "dry ores"  from   the   Slocan   City  division, which, while as yet forming a  small proportionate part of the. output  of the district, are still ever   increasing  in volume and importance.     Their importance consists in  supplying to  our  local lead smelters an ore   with   which  can be utilized the galena   ores   which  are so plentiful  in   British   Columbia,  ��������� thus rendering the smelters  the better  able to meet foreign competition.     The  decrease in silver production  litis   been  entirely confined to the silver-lead ores,  the suspension of the East Kootenay  minesrb'ut greater, nevertheless, than  the production.of 1S99.  Mr. Mathys Returns East.  F. B. Mathys, of Montreal, mpna<nn"  ore held   by the   producers'   pool   was  shipped.   -  Clara Matlies Is Coming'.  and the drop in the output of this cities   ������ti,:���������  ,���������  of ore has been very great. In the Slo  can the tonnage has decreased by 4,340  tons, with 1,000 tons further decrease  in the Ainsworth division. It will be  noted that the ore. shipped from the  Slocan Mining division tin's past year  is higher grade than in  1901,   implying  director of tha Payne Mining company,  returnee! home Saturday last. Although  his time was only limited to a few days  inspection of the Payne  mine,   he   h������6  seen enough toexpress himself as more  than    pleased   with   tho   present   and  future outlook at the mine while at the  same tune he speaks   in   the   highest  terms of the efficient and able manner  in which Mr. Garde is directing affairs.  H������ gave denial to a "report bpinjj circulated at the coast to the effect that  the  company's financial resources arc-nearly exhausted and that the sharoholders  would in  all probability   be   assessed,  vould   of  course,"   he   further  stated, "mean a reconstruction of  the  company, as our shares are non-assess-,  After    their    most    successful   trip  through California and the coaet states  Miss  Clara   Matlies   and  her popular  company   will   visit  Sandon    for   two  nights on their way east,.   The engagement  is    billed   for   Wednesday   and  Thursday evening, June 24 and 25:   On  Wednesday evening Miss   Mat lies will  present  the   season's   greatest comedy  drama success, "A Royal Spy," a dramatization   of   the  Dreyfus   case.   This  play litis proved one of   (he   big hits of  Geo. Waite,  this   season's   lepr-rtoire.    High  class   C. E. Lyons,  vaudeville, is   introduced   between acts   J-E. Lovering,  and the performances   are  continuous.  Miss Mathes company now numbers 15  people, and is considered  the  best she  has ever had.    Both   plays   to  be presented here are  brand  new to the west  The city council -last week went  [ through a period of adjournments ow-  ine to the lack of the required number  of members to form a quorum, and was  finally postponed until Friday, when  Mayor Grimmett and the following  aldermen were present, Gomm, Cameron, McLeod and Vallance..  The resignation Thos. Brown was received.     Action was deferred.  From E. C. Chipman,   gold   commissioner, containing   a   record  water right for 100 inches   of water  to  be taken from Falls creek.  From A. Scott, manager of the Bank  of Commerce, re payment of interest on  debentures.  The report of the chief of   police   for   "  the month of May was  received.     The  fines and penalties amounted to $90.  The following accounts were recommended for payment by Finance committee: >'  salary   JUU. nun >rti nave practically  made  that the mines which have diminished  all our expenditures, and  certainly   do  ohinmpntc m-oil,,, 1. ��������� -1-  able, and lean assure you that the mat- and   both   tried   successes.    "A Royal  ter has never even been thought of by the Spy" on Wednesday  evening,  June 24.  director?.     There never has  bpen   any Seats on sale at Donaldson's drug store.  necessity for such a thing at an}'   time,   and just now we have practically  made  $ SO 00  75 00  90 00  ���������4 00  77 50  22 25  5 00  1 00  37 92  shipments are the low grade properties  In the Fort Steele   Mining  division,  which for the last two years   has   been  the heaviest producer of galena ore, this  condition of low silver tenure   is   msst  extreme, Bi'nce the silver occurs only to  the extent of % to % ounce to   the   per  cent, of lead.   Here the mining  of  galena has   been   practically   suspended,  sinco the output of 1902 was only 3,600  tons as compared with 03,000 tons of the  year preyious (1901), and 87,000 tons in  1900.   This is not due to the mines  nor  to local conditions, but is entirely ow-  Dominion Day,   ist July.  The Canadian Pacific will operate a  special servica from Slocan District to  Nelson and return, leaving Sandon (1.30  A Jopiin, Missouri dispatch says: The  first five months of the year has. ended  ing to the conditions of the markets for   with zinc output still   lower than   any  such lead ores low in silver. former week of the year. Thecontinued  rains have begun to tell on many of the  such lead ores low in silver.  What relief may be hadfrotn this condition is very much a question, and  even among the lead mine owners there  is a wide difference of opinion on the  subject.. To the writer it seems that  relief from this condition will come permanently only with the establishment  -an operation of smelters near the mines,  not propose to reconstruct; the idea is  preposterous. Weare not buying or  selling stock, and are quite independent  of the stock market, but such a statement as the one I refer to is likely tblm ��������� silrorh.i. R in n '.  1             ,,       ,   ,                               -    ,u   m., suvci ton, 8.10 a.   m.; Euternr fc  damage the whole Slocan section, and I  8.40 a.   m.;  Slocan. City. 9 10  a.  ,m.;'  do not hesitate to contradict it. reaching Nelson at 11.30a. m.   Return-  Mr. Mathys will in few months   time   i,,K' 8^e(;ial trainwill leave Nelson at, S  again visit the Payne mine. P-m..   running   through   to  Sandon,  making.-iILintermediate stops.     Fare  fortius day only���������Sandon, $3.35; Three  Forks,  $3.20;   Roseberry,   $2.80;   New  Denver, $2.70; Silverton, $2.55;   Enterprise, $2 30; Slocan City, $1.80.      Usual  fare and one-third holiday return tickets  will be on sale to   all . points   on   June  29th. 30th, July 1st; good to return  until  July   3rd.      Great, programme   of  sports.   $4,000 in prizes.  Special   Attuaction.���������Westminister  Lacrosse team(world's champions) v. s.  Nelson  A. Osborne, wood  Sandon W. W.������������������& L. Co.  C. E. Lyons, sundries  R. Wolfenden, notice in gazette  F. J. Donaldson,       drugs  Dongall Stewart,       labor ^, ���������  By-law No. 30 was introduced by Aid.  Gomm to amei.d the Temporary By-law  No. 29 so as to give the city power to  borrow n.onfy from the Bank of Montreal as well as the Bank of Commerce  when-deemed necessary'-. The council  after going into a committee of the  whole to consider the same gave it the  necessary three readings, when  it   will  a. n,    Three   Forks, 0 50 a. m; Rose-  again   be   brought "before    !,"i     n"x  ":n^!������/- '"i/eW Den?'' ���������  ���������������   ���������ting for fina?ratifiCationnPXt  Output of Zinc Ore Reduced.  mines and the water is getting the lies  of them. The sales -the first five months  of last year averaged 5,258 tons per  week, while the sah-s for the same period of this year averaged only 4,704,"nn  Reco Hotel Arrivals.  Mrs R S Chamberlain and son, John  Darner, AWonvtr;   J  O  Carrutherp  Nelson ; S W Pierson, Payne mine ; E C  Chipman, G Harkin, W j Twies, Iviislo ;  Albert Ross, Thos Jones,   H   B   Aler-  ander, Mrs AH Lewis and   son,   city  .  H TTwitfg. W F Jeffrey, Wm Thomlin-  soh, J.E Browse, New Denver;  Miss E  Ogden, Trail;   GH   Love,   Red   Deed,   ,  Alta;   G Mallandaine,   Creeton;   R   G  Downs, San Franci������co; H M Stevenson,  Ainsworth.  N. F. McNaught   put  three   men   to  work this week on the Hampton group,  average falling offof 555 tons per week  I at't,|,?'hea.d ������[ SPr'w^r creek, to get the   ...,     _         m  r���������.        ,,      . workl"g81I18liape   to accommodate the  Greenlre Ii-ivp,,no J ���������J"oianantl  Last week's sales, compared   with   thej force he intends to put on shortly.      'e| Circ.enlfe',,'ue ,,earI3'car of ore ready  The ore body has been encountered  in the long tunnel now being run on  the Home Run, Silver Mountain, to get  depth.   The owners, Messrs. Moran and  H<.  1 <  to ship.  *&<*���������   I  1.  ULUUWHIHlmlllHIHW it *���������m������i>i.\i"������**tfHfa,U  . r,tVkiiAzxtointr*ifTi'.-*w-i  |^'l^VJ���������.^���������h������'^^S**3^earM*l*llrM*l^^*!'^^l^,^*������*^n���������'vw���������,"'"*���������'  *HK  MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June 20,  1903.  BANFF NATIONAL PARK.  Will  Ho   Increased   to  Twenty Tini<-B   It"  Pi-i-stiiif,  >iv.ti.  Mr. Tl.'Douglas,    superintendent of  the Banff National   Park,  has      just  returned  from  New   York,' where   he  has      spent some  lime studying  the  habits and mode of keeping wild animals,  owing to   the  fact   that     it   is  intended by the Government to stock  the Band' Park with  all  the animals  native  to  the   Do in in ion  as  soon  as  it  can  be -done.   This  is   in  connection with the plan of increasing the  size of the park   to   about  20   times  its present 'dimensions by  taking in  manv of the surrounding mountains,  valleys      and  lakes.     The park  will  then  be  larger  tiiah the' Yellowstone  Park,  and will include many      lakes  and waterfalls  of surpassing" beauty:  chief      among  these     will     be     the  Takakka Fall,     a    glacial       stream  of one-fourth the   volume of   Niagara  that had a sheer drop of 2,300 foot.  The  height  of   Niagara  is   lti<L   feet.  A great part of tho water disappears  beneath the rocks and finally     flows  into the Frascr.      Immense boulders  are  constantly   ground   out  by     the  glacier and are hurled over the fall,  causing   the entire  district  to        resound   with   the  crash  of  their      impact.   Tho beautiful   Yoho Pai']c   will  also be taken into the Banff.     Those  outlying portions will Lie retained as  an immense game preserve,  with only   a few   bridle  paths through      it.  At present  there are in  the       park  31   head   of  buffalo,   0- elk,   5  moose  and 17 Angora goafs.      Travel      to  the park  has  doubled in the       last  four years, and  last year over 9,000  tourists,  largely  American,      visited  it.      These  spent  in   the   park   over  ������1,000,000.     A stone weather observatory  is now  being constructed  on  Sulphur     Mountain,   which   is   8,500  feet  high.      Extensive  improvements  in the hotel accommodation of      the  park have become necessary and are  now  being made.  .    Moo  Who Aro   Misquoted.  To most men criticism brings  smarting and hurt. ��������� They may give  no sign save the hard, forced smile  which dies so soon, but to good men  the biting words of even bad and  spiteful men bring pain. But what  hurts most of all is to be misunderstood and misrepresented unci maligned by those, who are sincere,  who love the truth", und whose commendation one would fain deserve.  If there is a grief bitterer than  that if is in being applauded by the  selfish, loose-living crowd whose interest is not truth's, nor purity's,  nor love's: That is the last sorrow of a good man's life.  As these lines are being written,  we look up to a portrait on the wall  at the face' of as true and bra.ve a  man as ever stood in a Canadian  pulpit, .the late I). J. Macdounell,  who paid to the full for his honesty  and courage. , And this was the  measure of his keenest sorrow; that  he grieved the hearts of men he  trusted and fain would have followed, and offended some who fain  would'hiive followed him; and more,  that his words, spoken out of the  heat and passion of his own intense conviction,- warped from their  purpose .and meaning, seemed to  give comfort to men whose loose  views of life and of truth" he utterly  loathed.���������From'The Westminster.  Twentieth  Century Medicine.  The twentieth century has almost a  free field in medicine. Although much  has been accomplished in the treatment  of diseases, the science Is still largely  experimental, and there is room for a  host of discoveries. Perhaps by the  time this century is ended there will be  a lymph or an antitoxin or some sort  of treatment for every ill the flesh is  heir to, so that a few vaccinations and  other treatments will guarantee immunity for. a long period. Then centenarians will be as common as blackberries ond a man will be'young at eighty.  LAND OF EVANGELINE.,  Happy is the land thai has no history is a saying that can scarcely be  said to apply to any country for an  indefinite length of time. Tlie land of  Evangeline has certainly, all the appearance aX this day of a large  share of prosperity, material and  otherwise. There is, perhaps, no  more fertile tract of country on the  continent than the Annapolis Valley. The diked farms, where the  owners have the opportunity of shutting out "or admitting at will in periods of drouth the tides of tho sea.  never lack for moisture. The old-  fashioned manner of building the  dikes, which were used by the primitive inhabitants of this productive  valley, are still, in use by the farmers of the Annapolis country. They  have not been able to invent anything superior for repelling the invasion of the sea. Tho mud and turf  walls are-still as serviceable for the  purpose as they were 250 years ago.  In England there was experiment at  innninso expense to keep out the  tides by building a wall of wooden  spiles. The experiment was unsuccessful: It was found that the water  got under the timbers and raised,  them, and the old-fashioned system,  as seen round the Basin of Mines,  and other points in the Annapolis  Valley, was resorted to. A recent  party from Ontario, and IT. IT. S.  writes lhat they visited the Evangeline well, and the row of guarded  willows, of which Charles G. D. Roberts writes, "whose branches perchance tell over to the young loaves  of each recurring spring what they  saw of Evangeline and her sorrow."  Near this spot were unearthed not  very long ago some blacksmith's  tools which some were ready enough  to connect with the site of the old  blacksmith's shop; and also there  were discovered the foundations of a  good-sized building which, it is conjectured, may have been the site of  the Mass house where the Acadians  v.-ere kept in confinement before  lhey were placed on the ships to be  taken   out  of  their  country. The  tourist, through the land of Evangeline is bombarded with clouds of  Eviin.reliue literature, good, bad and  indifferent. Bushels of mawkish rubbish have been written on the great  incident in the history of Grand Pre,  much of if is very bad verse, and a  remarkable feature about tho local  iit?raluro is the small amount of  addition Paid by the writers to the  lomantic and artistic story of Longfellow, while the amateurish efforts  of some of the poorer verse-makers  nre liberally quoted. On the other  hand, ih.iso who have been fascinated by the chapters which Parkman  devotes in simple but strong English  to the tale of this unpatriotic and  ur.h ippy'people, are struck with the  similarity between the work of this  great .historian and some of the literature of the locality. If there has  ever . ��������� been any dotibt as to where  Parkman obtained his data, perusal  'of-this local literature should at  once remove it. By far the most  ably written description of the. land  of Evangeline which the party came  across in their travels was the exceedingly bright and clever little  work of Mr. Roberts. By a drive of  fourteen miles from Kentville or  Wolfvillc, the tourist reaches Look-  off Mountain, whore there is obtained a view of rare grandeur over the  Minas Basin, the Annapolis and Gas-  pereau Valley, the bold outlines of  Blomidon Proniotory, the Villages of  Canning, Grand Prej and other small  settlements    in the distance. The  wholo country is beautifully and  highly cultivated, and seen from the  Look-off tower, the distant, fields,  carpeted with golden grain, or dotted with apple orchards, comfortable  farm dwellings and barns, clumps of  trees, the whole threaded by a silvery river, and pierced with numerous bays glistening in the sunlight,  make a delightful panorama.  ������    a  w������-.*^yoa;a^ mi*t������* 7iT,'^'izrcnT; i;������"iim!WTJ!?  -.   '  I  Neat-Work Promptly  turned out is keeping  ; us busy.       We can  . stil! do yours. Try us.  n-hWu������03rKft������awe3b<aM������*c^BUm*������'*  I have now. iir stock a choice assortment of  SmTicS. 0"si]peL:n_:n_edL Ware.  Remember I am Headquatrers for Plumbing and  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  Anything' in the line of  m  . \y.  :\:'::.".  ''���������Yf',  i.  ���������i^'miuirmMMiii^^ ~"~~ ~���������~*~  wniiMiaiiHM^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June  20,  1903.  ."Certificate of, Improvements.  NOTICE.  Stanley Mineral Claim, situate in the Klooan  Mining Division of West Kootenay District  Where  located :���������On  Seaton   ("reck,  two  miles west of Bear Lake.  TAKJi NOTIOJC that 1, Win. S. Drewry, acting  r.n agent for Isaac A. Austin, Free Miner's Certificate No. U 70003, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the iiiiiiiifr   Keoorder  fora. Certificate of Improvement's, 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 of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of May, A. D.19U3.  50-8111 W. S. DllKWltY.  Certificate of Improvements;  NOTICE.  Silver Quotations.  %  The following  are   the prices of   bar  silver during theweck:  Snndav-. ' ^y  my,  52-o  Monday'  Tuesday  Wednesday      53  Thursday .'. ' 52%  Friday .'     52%  den, ;uid Canada will have an easy -opportunity to extend her bounds and also  her liabilities.  Application fop Liquor License.  International Mineral Claim, situate in the  Slocan Mining Division of West Kootenay  District.Where located :���������On Payne Moun-  tin.11 about 1)4 miles from Sandon, B C.  TAKE NOTICE that I, I". M. Sundllands, acting as agent for.). A. Whiltier, l"ree Miner's  Certificate B G9300, Lee N. 1'arkison, Free' Miner's ' ertificate B 55109 ami .D. W. Moore, Free  Miner's Certificate B 75,:i2i, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply lo the Mining  "Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the '.purpoie of obtaining a Crown Oraut 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 17th day of June, A. D. 1003.  l-3m E. M. SANinr.ANDS.  Notice is hereby giyen that thirty davf  from date hereof I intend to npplv 'to the  License Commissioners of the City of Sandon  for a license to sell liquor by retail on the  premises known as the Denver House.  'JOHN NELSON  Dated at Sandon thisSth day of June 1003,  0. An Unexplored Region.  t  It is passing strange, that, notwithstanding the prevalent passion for exploring the remote corners oft he "lobe       m,       .   ...   .  ">���������'������-'���������������'���������������..������������- p. .;,. 0;. ^':^r^::zzttz  Labrador should beso little know 11.   It  don lias too many yelping curs  running  .loose without tags, that are a nuisan J  For Sale #t a T5a.r^a.fiv  One of the finest toned instruments in this section. A Grand  Piano in every respect. It is  known as the Stanley. Regular  Price is ^500.   Now $325.  Too Great a Risk.  hi almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or  cholera morbus, often before medicine  could be procured or physician ?nm-  monod. A reliable remedy for these  diseases should be kept a(. hand. Tlie  risk is too great for anyone to take.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly saved  the lives of more people and relieved  more pain and suffering than anv other  medicine in use. It always canbe depended upon. For sale byF. J. Donaldson.  has an  area of  516,000   square   miles,  about twelve times the size of JN'ew York-  state, but, with  tlie   exception   of   the  fishing villages on the coast and ,a   few  degenerate, wandering tribes of Indians  in the interior, it is unpopulated. Some  day the announcement of gold in abundance may start a stampede to Labrador  and reveal some of its productive capacity.      The southern  part  is   rich   in  timber, although the norlh   is   beyond  the limit of forest growth.   Game birds  and animals are so plentiful  that   only  the lack of means c I'access prevents the  interior from becoming one of thegreat-  est sporting resorts of the world.     Its  as well as a   source   of  danger   to   (he  public.  '" A cavcin at the Lucky Jim prevented  the K. &S. train from reaching town  Thursday. A couple of passengers and  the mails were transferred to a handenr  and started in. When opposite Alex.  Crawford's residences dog ran yelping  in front of the car and was run over.  The car was upsett, while going at a  good speed and thejoecupants were hurled into the rocky bank. The conductor  was the one hurt to any extent and lie  will be laid up for about a week.  Tho Review acknowledgas the receipt  ��������� f the Statistical Year Book of Canada  for 1002, from the Department *of Agri-  ���������W  pments.  The following are the or* shipments  from the Slocan since the 1st of Jan-  nary, 1903, to date:  Sandon.  Payne    5G7  Slocan Star  105SK  Ivanhoe   During.the past year throe parties of  geologists from American universities  ."pent some time exploring the many  fiords along the coast, and it is said that  they obtuned data, of much commercial  as well as scientific value.  Iron ore is as yet the most promising  of the niincra's known to exist. It is  found on the coast, and while the half-  year of interrupted navigation is a disadvantage, it will  be   largeh  .,       ,   , -   before  the whole world.   Tho  rapid declin* i���������  the production of silver is plainly ap-  parent. The output has decrensed'each  year, and the total for 1002 is a litt|e  above one-fifth as compared with 1897  hi", unler-  E. M. Sandilands. j  i NOTARY PUBLIC, ������  ������    Mines, Stocks and Insurance.   {������  -i. Crown Grants Obtained. 4-  ���������f . . ' +  f  Deputy  Mining  Recorder. \ +  + " ' Sandon,. -   B. C. f  balanced by proximity   to   the  British  274>:t   inarket.   As the peninsula is under the  American Bov    401      ......       e \-     t       >i     j   ,,       i- "  jurisdiction of ^Newfoundland,  the   dis-  1 covery of gold would not  be  of   direct  iinpoitance to the Dominion.   But even  if patriotic   enthusiasm  and   the   gold  Reco.  Ruth   Blue Bird..  Idaho   Monitor   Queen Bess.  134  140  20  21  420  144  A  small audience greeted J. M. Mc-  Closkey,  tho  blind  entertain*r, in Ihe  Union hall on Thursday evening.   This  was mostly due to the  fact   that  on account, of the short notice given vcy few  knew of his visit. Mr. McClnjkey's cane  I i������ one that appeals to all.    He was .deprived   of   his   sight   hy a blast in the  Knob Hill mine at Phoenix in 1002. and  sounor than be a burden   to  the Union  or   anyone   else, lie   travels   about (he  country giving recilationfi for a livelihood, and   is   greeted  with   a bumper  home wherever he goes,   The people  turn out not because of the enteitain-  fever should transfer the peninsula and   ment, but because  thev  are will,*��������� to  its responsibilities once  more,  to   Can- j lleJP one who is willing (o   help himself  Tolal ���������'  3180,^  atl������. weneed  not   fear   the  attendant   when str'cken with afllielion.  Zisjc.  Payne..  Ivanhoe.  Total..  McguWan.  WANTEn-SEVKRAL' 'INDI-STRIOL'S j'IC It-  sons in each state to 1 ravel for home established elcran years and with 11 largo enpi  tal, to call upon merchants and agents for successful and profitable line.   I'enniinent en-   Rio   ttagement. Weekly en������h salary of ?!8 und nil Bismnrk  travelling expenses and hotel bills" advanced  in each each week. 1'xporionce note sseutial.  Mention reference and enclose self-uddrcs.'-ed  envelope. THE NATIONAL, 38-t Dearborn St.,  Chicago. y  Rambler   Antoine...   Red Fox.... ';...  Slocan Boy   Silver Glance....;...-,  Surprise   responsibilities, for i<ranee, early in the  c���������0      sixteenth century, maintained a yarri-  o.������0 * '  .jgO      eon of 500men in a strong fort at. Brad-   ore Bay for the protection of the   coast  yW3    I and'its fisheries.    Perhaps this interesting early history has  helped  to   retard  57o;v' i modern exploration.  15%' '  P. jrf. rfawkins. $  J,   .    ���������LICENSED-  PROVINCIAL ASSAYER.  Box 185. TiiLEniONK 22.  SANDON,   -   .   B'-.c. ;  Total......  Sl.OCAN'  Arlington   Black Prince....   Bondholder....;   Bosun   Dayton   Enterprise   Fisher Maiden .'....  Ottawa   Hartney   Republic   Meteor   40  Hi  55  VA  !)  is.kr  sss  Lakk   Points.  -JO  17  2  G00  4  2G5  28C  ��������� 126  21  50  12  Total  1470  Like, the Klondike, the northern part  of the peninsula is   difficult  of  access.  For half the year the coast is ice-bound,  and the only route is   by   vessel   from  Quebec to Belle Isle, more than a thousand miles along the north shore of  the  St. Lawrence, and then  inland over  a  very difficult trail, the  northern   point  being 700 miles from, the place of  landing.   Some day adventurous   prospectors   and   enterprising   investors' will ,.  ,,     ...        ,-,,,������������������(������������������ 1  1                                            well   ns  ol   iMigiish   universities,  and  awoke to the importance of   this  great   the university  life  of  the  thirteenth  r     ���������   ,    ,       1   <--.  iii 1   and fourteenth centuries.     Professor  area of mineral and  timber  land,   and   ,        , _,.,.,   ,    /���������-,       j  I)ougin.s argued that what Canada  needs is a combination of the inspiration    of    Scottish   universities,  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 52J-���������'c per oz.  Copper, $15  per cental  Lend.fj.lO per cental  '   Spelter (zinc) ^5 77  Lead is quoted in the London market  ot XII Ss. 3d. and silver 24 5 fid.  llnivi-i-sliy   Jilr-.-ilK  In  his   lecture  nt Toronto 'University   a     recent   S������tiirrt���������v   iil'ternoon  Prof.      Tl.illida.y   ix.iitrlns,   of       K���������(1x  College,      speaking-    ������������������   "tjniversitv  Ideals,"  dealt  with   the  three        aspects   of a.  university,   first  as     the  field   of  mental   training,   second   tho  atmosphere and fellowship  \n   which  the student, rounded   down   his corners,   and   third,   its   national   significance.      Graphic, pictures were given  of   the      Scottish   University   life  ns  well   as  of English  we will have Labrador development  companies, railway companies, and  mining and lumber companies, with'  application for grunts, subsidies, and  all kinds of assistance. Newfoundland  will not then be able to sustain the bur-'  with the thoroughness and residential features of the English institution, as well as a liberal'supply of  money. The university, he thought  should provide brilliant men with  the means and leisure to work out  their theories..  0  7> k~T  ;���������>  -������y  S^^ESSESSS^SSSSSB83B3^^ ,r.U-*<j������w������������������������*^*>M,���������;***yVw^  ���������wruAo^Amaarw^v^wmrHMK**^  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June 20,  1903.  Tk Mining Review.  SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 1903.  With this issue the Mining Bkvikw  enters upon its seventh year. During  the career of the paper it has been  through the many vicisaitudes subjuct  in a. mining camp where extremists  prevail. The Review has always advocates reforms which would benefit the  country as a whole, not one section or  class in particular. Our leading citizens have liberally supported it in a  trying time, in the belief the course  adopted was in the best interests of the  province at large. It has been an up  hill light in the face of strenuous opposition, but the Review is coming out on  top. Since the present proprietors assumed control a good deal of the old  animosity has died out. The advertising patronage and subscription list have  been substantially increased without  solicitation on our part. With the improvement of the silver-lead industry  tha Review will improve also, and we  hope before another anniversary comes  around to publish a paper in keeping  with the reputation of the worid famous  Silvery Slocan.  ��������� The Liberals in Nelson seem to have  difficulty in securing a candidate. A  meeting was called last week and Dr.  Hall named, but bo declined lo accept.  J. Fred Hume was then approached  with like result. F. J. Deana is eager  for the nomination, and would accept  either Liberal, Labor, Socialistic or any  old stick, but the parties imagine that  while he may run a newspaper all right  he would make a mighty poor run as a  candidate.  The trade returns for the 11 months  of the fiscal year ending May 31, shows  an increase in the aggregate trade of lhe  Dominion of .tSS.371,462. The total  trade for' that time has now reached  ���������?392,080,niS, compared with -?353,989,-  450 for the sam^. period last year. In  imports there was an increase of about J  $22,000,000. and in exports of about  .$16,000,000. The increase of duty was  nearly M.OOO.OOO.  The Conservatives are organizing all  over the province and preparing for the  coming  campaign'.      A  convention   of  delegates from the whole  province  will  assemble   shortly  in Vancouver  and a  plan of battle arranged.   Their policy  appears in this isssueand is one that appeals to all.   Each  plank  in  the platform applying to  the different sections  of the  province.   The   silver-lead 'dis-l  tricts  aro  specially    mentioned.   The  Conservatives   recognize   the   brilliant i  future of the silver-lead  industry, and  are in hearty accord with the producers '  in their demand for adequate tariff protection.     Thu  Conservative  motto    is  Protection, Progresflion and  Properity,  and with   the   first   secured  the other J  two will follow.  One hundred and twenty-one licenses  to cut timber on government land were  issued during the month of May, sixty-  six of them being renewals.' Th'ese  licenses represent a revenue to.the government of: ir-12,100. During the past  week eleven licenses were applied for.  In spite of the fact that all timber limits  must bo surveyed before they are staked  theieisno diminution, but an actual  increase in the'demand for licenses.  FIFTY CENTS  A  MONTH  A small' bottle of Scott's  Emulsion costing fifty cents  will' last a baby a month���������a  few drops in its bottle each  time it is fed. That's a small  outlay for so large a return of  health and comfort.  Babies that are given  Scott's Emulsion quickly respond to its helpful action.  It seems to contain just the  elements of nourishment a  baby needs most.  Ordinary food frequently  lacks this nourishment;Scott's  Emulsion always supplies it.  We'll send you a sample free upon request.  SCOTT & BOWNE. Toronto, Ont.  The 1������ tost report of crop tail urea is  that of Havana tobacco. .However-this  will not dimished the output cf "imported cigars," as the cabbage crop of  Eastern Canada is above the average.  Kaslo Liberals have passed a hearty  vote of thanks to Joe Martin for droping the leadership of the party. Tlie  entire province," irrespective of parly,  would vote him another if he would  diopoutof politics altoglber and go  away back and sit down.  Civilization is on the wane in Eucrp .  Close upon the blood curdling massacre  of the JewBatKisbeneO'in Russia comes  the brutal murder of the king and 'queen  of   Servia, together wilh   some of   the  hitter's relatives and neai ly  the entire  ministry, by   tho   Servian   army.   The  murder was of the  most revolting kind  and is applauded  by the   people.   The  Servian rulers may have been  far from  what reigning sovereigns should be, but  they did not deserye tho ignoble death  they met.   The army have proclaimed  Prince  Karageorgevitch king, and   his  career promises to be about aB short as  his name is long.   Servia   has rid her-j'  self of one dynasty of yitches and  accepted another.  Sometimes   we   are. greeted   in   the  morning by flags at half-mast for some  prominent   official   who   yesterday  was apparently in perfect  health.  When we. inquire the ailment by  which he was stricken it is not uncommon to be told "acute indigestion "or "stomach trouble."  It is time people learned that indigestion   or    any   form   of  "stomach trouble" is not a  ything to trifle with.   The  result may not be fatal,  but there can be no  condition of diseased  stomach   which   doe9  not carry with it physical loss and weakness.  Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical   Discovery  cures indigestion and  other forms of disease  affecting   the    stomach  and its allied organs of  digestion and nutrition.  It enables the perfect digestion   and  assimilation   of  food.  "Thanks to Dr. Pierce's Golden  Medical Discovery," writes Mr,  Charles H, German, of Lehightou,  Va. "It is the only medicine that  has done me any good. I tried everything I could think of to cure indigestion, and found I was only throwinjr  away money. Then I heard of Doctor  Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and tried a  bottle of it, and to my joy found it was doinjj  me good.' 1 used six bottles of it, and am now  cured.   It is the best 'medicine on earlM."  This grand remedy does its work in  a thorough manner; it gives the  health that is all health; the strength  that is solid, substantial and lasting;  not flabby fat, not false stimulus, but  genuine, complete, renewed vitality and  life force.  Accept no substitute for "Golden Medical Discovery." There is nothing "just  as good" for diseases of the stomach,  blood and lungs.  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation and its consequences.  The Dominion govern.ment has not  yet taken any action to redress the silver-lead industry and the mine owners  have taken no steps to re-open the  mines. The season is already far advanced, and unless something is soon  done the out put of the Slocan for lOOo  will be the lowest in its histoiy.  There are twenty-six newspapers in  the Kootenay and Boundary districts,  politically classed as follows: Conservative, seven; Liberal, five; Labor,  three; on the fence, eleven. The hitter  are in the majority, and whichever side  puts up the "dough," that's the way  the fencers "blow." .-,:..,.  The Conservallve Platform.  [Adopted at Revelstoke, Septeiiiber 12th, 1902.]  1. Th*t this convention re?firms the policy  ������f the party In matters ol provincial roads and  trails; the ownership and control of railways  und the development .of the agricultural: resources of the province as laid down in the  platform adopted in October, ISM, which is as  follows :  "To actively aid in the const!notion of trails  throughout the undeveloped portions of the  province and ihe building of provincial trunk  roHds of public necessity.  " To adopt the principles of government ownership of railways in so far us the circumstances oflhe province wiil iidniii, and the adoption of the principle lhat no bonus Bhould be  granted to any railway -company which does  not give the govermrent of the province control of rates over lines bonused, together' with  the option of purchase.  " To actively assist by state aid in tho development of the agricultural lesouicea of the  province  ���������J. That in the meantime and unlili-the railway policy above set forth can be accomplished/a general railway act lie passed, giving freedom toconstruot railways under c>-rtafn approved regulations, analogous io the system  that hHS'-resulted' in"sucu-.expensive railway  construction in tho Ujuiied States, withso'much  advantage to trn'.ie and commerce.  ;5 That to encourage lhe mining industry,  the taxation of metalliferous'-mines should lie.  on the basis of a percentage on ihe net profits.  ���������1 j hat the government ownership of telephone systems should bo brought about us a  lirsi slop" in the Acquisition of public utilities.  /".That a portion of every coal area heicaftcr  to he.disposed of should bo: reserved, from va!e  or louse, n������ that state owned mines may be  easily accessible, if their opeiation becomes  iiecessiiry or advisable.  (i' 'lhat iu the pulp litid lenses provision  shoi'ldbenuidc for reforesting, and that ste'fs  should be taken for the general preservation  of forests by guarding agah'st the wasteful destruction of timber.  7. That the legislature and government of  ihe province should persevere iu'tho effort to  secure th-1 exclusion of Asiatic, labor.  H. That iho matter of letter terms in the way  of subsidy mid appropriations for the pn vinco  should be vigorously pressed upon lhe Dominion government.  '.'. That the silver-lei'd industries of the province be lostercd and encouraged by the imposition of increased customs duties on lead and  lead products imported into Canada, wi-d- that  the Conservative-members' of the Dominion  House be urged tosuppcrt any motion introduced for sin-h a purpose  10 That as industrial-disputes' almost, invariably result in great, loss and injury both to  the piuties directly concerned and to the public, legislation should be passed lo provide  menus for nn amicable adjustment of such disputes he'twoen employers find employes.  11. That il i" advisable to foster the. manufacture of the raw products of the province  within'the province as fur iib -practicable by  mean's of taxation f,n the Miid raw products,  subject io lebate of the sinne. in whole 't ptvt  when -manufactured in British 0' lmnbia.  If some of those-cloudbursts, tornadoes and Hoods which are touring the  Western Stater, would only bit, Keir-  tucky, Ihey might accomplish some  good by wiping out- feuds that have been  in existence for years, dealing deaih  from ambush without tbo victims having the least chance of defence.  John Keen, of Kaslo, has withdrawn  from the Liberal Conservative us.-ocm-  tion. lie is squiiming round lo iking  for,the Liberal nomination, in the fond  believe that Hon. Ii. F. Green will be  easily defeated. . This v> a are inclined  to doubt. Green may not be as popular  in the riding as he has been, but with  election on straight party lines he would  havo an easy victory over his turncoat1  opponent. .      ,  Conservative Conventions.  A tii meeting-of the executive of the I'rovii-  eial Consciviuive Association, he'd in \ an'or-n-  ver, ihe provi'-co wan divided into fivodiv.-  sions for orgauizi'tion purposes 'lhe KooiPnny  Boundary division is made up of the f lliwii g  provincial election district-: I'.evelsiil e. ' i-  liimbin, lernic, c.tiuibrool;, Ymir Kaslo, Sb-  cau, Oiaod Koiks, ihe city of Uossland ai.il th"  (Jitv of Nelson. "At the same meeting tie following resolutions were adopted :  1. Thai conventions for nominating candidates for members of the'legislative asf-.embly  be made up of delegates ehoi-cu as follows :  (a) In city -electoral districts, ore dc'egale  for every liftv and fraction of fifty votes i oiled  M. ihe provincial flection hold in I'lUO, and if  the city is divided into wards, the proportion  of delegates for each ward shall be based on  the vole polled in each ward at the last municipal election.  :(bv-in other electoral districts, one-delegate  foi every liftvbr fraction of fifty votes polled at  the provincial election held in 1W0, the delegates to be apportioned to polling places, or as  near thereto as wi'l be fair to the voters of tlie  dillerent n-ighborhoods.  2. The electi n of delegates shall be at public, l'neeti'igs, he'd.ut a designated central place  in C'irh polling division, or in each ward iu city  electoral districts, if tho city is divided into  wards. At such 'public meetings only those  who pledge then selves to vote for the candidate or candidates selected at the nominating'  convention shall be entitled to a voie for dele-  it. 'Two'-weeks notice shall be given of the  public inceiiiKsat, vhich delcwiles are to.be  elected, and nominating conventions shall be  hold In citv electoral districts two days after  lhe day on'which 'delegates ������re elected, und in  other electoral districts seven days aflcr. All  nominations throughout the province to be,  made at a designated central place in each  electoral district, and on the same day.  ���������ti All notices or the dale of public meetings  for the election of delegates to nominating conventions, the apportionment of delegates, and  the nlaceand date of nominal ing conventions  iii the several electoral districts >hn 11 .be prepared by the member of the executive bl tho,  division in which the electoral districts are situate, arid issued over the names of the presi-  dentand secretary of the Provincial Conservative Association.  A meeting of the provincial exeutlve will be  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 8th, 1B08.  ?!  I  '  -      \  I  I  flfflHJvCTW THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June,-2o,  1903.  NOTHING SUCCEEDS   LIKE SUCCESS  Daisy Roues.  The Daisy ' rose is a small plant  from six to eight, inches in height,  hea: in"; clusters of small roses re-  semhhng d.nible daisies. As many as  twenty-five n\- ih i;ty clusters bloom"  at once, so ii pays t.o.cultivate it  f; r chcoi\.livo purposes.  Some    Notsiblu    Instances    in     \*i liich    tlitl  Aphorism   1'i-ovcil   I rut-.  - Nothing succeeds like ^success,  writes Charles Tiayniond in The  Toronto Star, and then he gives  these instances:  "Me is a   stimry  Ruy."  And when they saw it they pointed to a fellow-who didn't treat, and  wouldn't go out with the boys. They  didn't know that the stingy guy had  gone without an overcoat one winter to further his studies and form  the nucleus  of a library.  His  hobby    diM-ontiitned for a while to   permit de-  Boundnry Mining Notes.  The Emma mitip  ftftpr pliipninur   750  Ions to the (iranhv   Rineller   Iirs   been  M. L. GRImMETT, IX. B.  ' Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary-  Public, Etc.  Saad������B, British Columbia.  ATLANTIS STSAMSBIP 111W  To und from European points via Canadian  and American lines Apply for sailing: dates,  rates and full information to any 0- P.K. agent  or A. H. Lewis, Agent, Sandon,  W.P. P. s.umnilng.s, '-Jen.S.S. Agent,Winnipeg  was mechanics, and when the boss  wanted a foreman he knew who to  pick. The business grew, and when  they needed a superintendent . the  firm picked again, and of course it  was the stingy' guy. Then t there  was an outburst of jealousy. "Oh,  .Jack's got a pull, he tries to stand  in." The jealousy didn't diminish  when the firm was recapitalized and  Jack took stock in it. Nothing  succeeds  like success!  Two boys up on our street brought  home   their  reports.      One had        a  good  report and   tho  other a     poor '  one.  "You can go to the rink, Arthur.  /elopmeiH b������iiiK carried on. ������  The Iron Dollar claim, adjoining Ihe  Ore Denoro, luifi been purchased by the  Dsnoro.Mir.es. Ltd. Considerable work  lias been done on the propi-rly exposing  an excellent showing of copper.  Manager. Rogers*, of I be Nickel Plate  mine in the Similkaineen, is installing  a .* 100,000 plant. Besides' furnishing  the mini-' wi'ih light, and powes the town  of Hi dlcy Cii3' w iM be lighted.  The Snnwslio't  mine last   week   was  "Harold,  you had   better slay    at    a record breaker in point of  shipments  home and sift the ashes."  So nothing succeeds like success,  and even children Iviiow it. Nothing-  succeeds like success, make a hit  , and the job runs after you. I\Ial-:e  a failure and you run after the job.  Success is strong. The world admires the strong., "Everything he  touches turns to money." They  say that of Christian -KJoopfer, ex-  M.P.P., of Guclph. BLr. Kloepfer  has under his control over GOO men  in his places of business in Toronto,  Guclph and Ottawa. In relating his  experience once he told me that his  start, and not so long ago cither,  was S4 a week clerking in a. store.  ' Joseph Cook, Inland Revenue oH:-  cer of this city, was speaking of the  Guthrie boys. Mr. Cook was formerly principal of the     Central school,  '  :   Guclph,      and      the       three     passed An Aggravating Conjrh Cured,  through   that school.      They  arc   all ,        , .     .     . .  under  thirty-five     to-day. Jlonnld        A ������'������st������������mcr ol ours who bad been sut-  lcft a small church in Walkerton and femur Iron, a seveie cough for six-  went to Richmond, Virginia, and ry- moiil hs, : ought two bol ties of Cham bi������r-  ceives 55,000^ a year preaching to  a   Ui-m>. (>������������������-, R.-inedy from us and   was  entirclr cnrc-ii bv one and a half bottles  and number of miners employed. It  t-hipped 2,100 ions of ore and engaged  100 men, tlie greatest number in tlie  history of that property.  The Xeilie C'lttnn and Mystic group,  adjoining the Gran by mines, has been  bonded by Chicago capitalists for ^50,-  000. The initial payment, of .* 10,000 has  been paid.  The Granby company has secured  the I'onlroiing in I mew is in the Mountain  Lion in the Republic Camp. The property will be worked or. a htrsro sixle and  shi|incnts of 200 tons a day will be  shipped to the (.iranby smelter.  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. F. AND A. M.  Regular CommiiLieulioii of the lodge.  Meet* fimt 't'huraday in each month at 3 p. m.  VinKiiiK brethren cordially invited.  J A SJJCS M. BARTON, Scc'y.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVKV OR.  SAN0OH.B.C.  Try Lethbridge Coal,' then you will  have the best and cheapest.. This coal  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.   We have itforall kinds of grate.  E*#. Cameroiu  of it. It give* porl'ocr SHt.islacti>>n with  our trnde.��������� Hay.vks-Paiikkk & Co.,  Liiieville, Alta. For sale by F. J. Donaldson.  If il's a. bilious atfac.k, takeChaniber-  I'or sale bv  leading church there. lie is now  being mentioned as successor to ft  New York minister, where the salary is half as much as that of tho  President of the United States.  Hugh is how an M.P., and one of  the younger Liberal orators of Ontario.     Norman  headed  his  class  in  the     recent       Ostroode    law   ex'anis.    ,   .   ,   ,.. ,        , , .       ,���������  , ,  . ,  .%     Iii xt >> -i lain h Stnmsch and Liver J ablets and  'Good luck,       Norman, said    a . .  schoolmate.      Luck,   nothing.      I-fis   qn:<-k rci ovr-ry is certain  landlady probably kicked on the gas    F. .1. Donaldson.  bill.' '  .-   Quite a few years ago a young  man walked the streets of Kingston  peddling. He was a good peddler,  and his business was remarved as a  small but successful one. Soon, instead of only selling goods, people  came to him and wanted him to  buy. His was the success of success. The other da,y we heard of  Sir William Mnodonald giving a  small fortune to the Ontario Agricultural College. He was the peddler. Nothing succeeds like success. , .    -     .   i  WANTHD-PISYKRAL PERSONS OF OHAR-  acter and good reputation in each province,  (one in this district required), to represent and  advertise old estab'ished wealthy, business  house of sol iii liiinuuial standing. Salary $21  weekly with cxpenaes additional, all payable  in cash direct each Wednesday from head  ollices Horse and carriage furnished when  nece-sary. References. Enclose self-addressed envelope, Colonial Company, 831 Dearborn  Street, Chicago.  Established 1858.  . R. Smith & Co.  naniifacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  111  VICTORIA, B. C-  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  Whv von should bnv  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. & E. RY. & N. CO.   0   The only all rail route between east, west  and south to Rcssland, Nelson, Grand Forki  and Republic1.. Connects at Spokano with the  Great Northern, Norlhoru Pacific and O. Ii. &  X. Co for points cast west and south; connect!  at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian  Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with K. R. &. N. Co. for  Kuslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for Greenwood and Midway, B.C.  BufI"eUcars run on trains between Spokan*  and Republic.  Effective N'ov. 22,1002.  Arrive.   Spokane 5:-l5 p.m   Rossland 2:10 p. m.   Nelson 8:00 p. m   Grand Forks ..4:00 p. m.   Republic 5:40 p. m.  Leave.  fl:2on. m..  10:loa. 111..  7:00 11. m .  11:00 a.m..  9:15 n. in..  H. A. JACKSON, G.P.ctT.A.,  Spokane, Wash.  G. K.TACKA BURY,  Agent, Nelson, B. C.  PI.  Tip- I <>|>.    -\ 11011, I  They are telling a story of how the  meanest man in a certain township ���������  and the meanest man in a near-by j  Ontario town locked horns lately.'  The one had brought in a load of,  wood for the other, and had nearly j  finished piling it when the latter j.  came out and sized  the pile up. '  "Well," he said, "of all the wood  I ever seen, that beat's 'ein all." I  "What's    wrong with that wood?" j  demanded the farmer. j  "What's wrong with it?"  "Yes, what's wrong with it? That's  tip-top wood," said the farmer.  "Oh, it's tip-top Wood, all right  enough. Why, man alive, if you'd  brought the leaves I'd have had the  whole tree."    . *&   ���������  COFVRIGHT  Anvonc sending ,1 slic'eli and description may  quickly ascertain our opinion, free whotlinr an  invention la prolmblv patentable. Communications strictly conlliieiiUal. rr.'itidboolt on Patents  sent free. Oldest iiu'cncy for securing patents.  ���������Patents taken lliroin.'h Jliinti & Co. receive  special notice, without chnrire. In tha  Sci^itflflcjf (tericait.  A hnndsomcly illustrated weekly. Lnreest circulation of any sclcii'lUo journal. TorniB, ?3 a  year: four months, ft. Sold by alt newsdealers.  Branch Office. 825 F St., Washington, D. C.  BcCclUSe "IS the, best, quality.  {^CCclUSe it is the most, lusting chew.  BeCSLUSe lf" 1S t'ie lfll'Ke!?t high grade  5 to 10c. plug.  Because the tags are valuable for pre-  mt  I      MMIiMIIWIIIII*!   I    I���������IT!  niiunis until Jan. 1st, 1906.  Because we trtiiirrtntpe every phifr, and  ������i*rr wiMtfwiiinw  Because vour dealer is authorized to re-  lay mmy a imps u.  LIA1ITED. 1  IfltflnaiioflalbrieatioB&MiBfCo^liii.  Kaslo I limn Railway Company,  NOTICE.  Commencing Sunday, Aupust 17th, 1902, the  following time card will be in effect ou  Kootenay Lake aiid K. & S. Ry.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaSLO-SANDON ROUTK;  9:P0 a m. leave..  .Kaslo.  arrive  3:15p.-m  fund your money if you are not  sntiptied.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO., Ltd,  This la the Pane stand  In dnmiaor, does not hoc  Hid eloven bar wire fence.   Ooil, sprinff wiro (not crimpodl���������tn'-co pp tho"jj"?*  TCoroo  too  tiRlit in winter��������� repulntus its own tcngion nil tbo tVn0'v.,<K"  upr!er'.c<i in ciio pii-co r^���������lnd a strain cf &0 pounds.    Common npriu'its sp!ic0,l nt ench bar breaK ai ouu |  noul''"-���������.   Pn;((< nRtO".o"natnental fences, pon'lry nottinc, nro standnnl the world over. n/i'io  The Page Wire Fence Co.; Limited. WallierviUe, Out.    St. John, N.B.  Montreal, P.Q- -&  IMJ,I'������'������<*WW  'rr^-r-*���������.���������z.'rr���������  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  10:40 a.m. leave..Whitewater...leave 1 M2 p. m  11:00 a.m. leave....Mf'Gnigan....leave 1:22 p. m  11:-'������ a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. rn  A direct, connect ion is made at KubIo'with  steamer both to and from Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  ���������KASLO-XJELSON ROUTE. ,  5:00 a.m. leave.....Kelson.....arrive 7 15 p.m  3:85 p.m. arrive....Kaslo" leave   S:-J0 p. m-  Callinir regularlv at Ainsworth and Pilot  Bay and at all way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Kelson it Fort  Shenpard Railway both to and from Rossland,  Spokane, Etc.  Tickets sold to all points in United States and  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific.  O. B. AK.0o.,<.tc.,ctC.  Ocean and steamship tickets and rates via all  lines will be furnished on ai plication.  For further particulars call on or address  Bobt. IrTing, ManagerKafllo, B..C.  Gbo. .Huston, Age,nt,,Sandon.  i  is J  -���������y^B  *"*'l  c  1 H"' *(,��������� -'-������ t*.'*'--''   4������U������fcWflHM*J0������i'f-������lil''!om,*J*Wail"a  .'.* iAMt������->n*>  *f j^j*4Jln*ini������l-������-<mr5TvW������5*'V T'*  ��������� "���������������������* Hf.'^,n*f [j,-i;f*-Jilj**tvu, ������u-  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June 20,  1903.  si  0  /  Town Jottings.  Our job department is humming just  now.  The shareholders of tlie, Selkirk ST. &  M. Co. meet in town  next Wednesday.  Manager Garde, of the Payne, was in  Rossland a few days this week on business.  Mrs. Vallance entertained a number  of friends at a pleasant card party on  Thursday evening.  Over ������1100 was taken in by'the Sandon post office between banking hours  on Thursday.  The Bank of Commerce-hero has refused to accept deposits, pending, tho  closing of the branch on the 30th.  Robt. McTaggnrf is in Vancouver attending the Masonic convention as a  delegate from Alta lodge of Sandon.  Mrs. Cavanaugh and children have  returned from New Denver tor the summer, and are back again at the Star.  Harry Nash has been appointed chief  of the fire brigade in Edmonton. The  prairie folks know a good man when  they see him.  The C. P. R. will run a special service  to the Nelson celebration on Dominion  day. For time and rates see notice in  another column.  The zinc, building at (be Payne is  ready for the machinery, which is now  on the way. The plant ii expected to  atart up about July loth.  Leo Cameron, an employee in the  Trail smelter, was caught in a revolving  shaft on Wednesday, and mangled almost beyond recognition whin found.  y The latest novelty at thu Kootenay is  a batch of goldfish, which were received  on Thursday. JOd. is about to start an  aquarium in connection with his bear  garden.  The silting of the   court   of   revision  which was to have been held on the I (5th  of this mouth has   been   postponed for  three weeks, and will now be   held   on  the 7th day of July.  Rev. E'. P. Fiewdling, who conducted  English church services hero, 'last -Sunday, returned to Phoenix the following  day. While in town he was tho guest  of his daughter- Sirs. .S. Towgood.  l)r������. Hartiu of JCaslo, and Brouse of  New Denver, ware here yesterday in  consultation with DivGomm and performed an operation in the hospital  upon a patient named McCoy, suffering  with an acute form of appendicitis.  A meeting of the shareholders of the  Sandon Rink company will be held   in  , "tho city hall, on Friday evening, July  3rd, at 7.MO p. in. The biisinttss to.be  transacted is to devise means to liquid-  ��������� ale indebtedness and discuss financial  mattcis in general  An enjoyable social was given in the  basement of the-Methodist church hist  Tuesday evening, which was successful  from every point of view. Icecream  and cake wure served in abundance to  a steady stream of patrons. Gamesand  other amusements were -also provided  and a pleasant evening spent by all.  J. S. Gusty paid Kaflo a business trip  Thursday.    G  Kaslo had a wind storm Saturday and  three houses were landed in the lake.  Nelson .in tends having the grandest  celebration in its history on Dominion  Day. '     -  *  The Misses Aggie and .-Minnie Mc-  Xinnon leave in a few days to visit  friends in Revelstoke.  W. fe. Drewry, P. L. S., of New Denver, was surveying at the Star and  Chamber Group at Cody this week.  E. M. Sandilands, mining broker, is  applying for a crown grant, on (lie International for J. A. Whittier and  partners.  The council is taking steps' to organize a fife brigade. A' meeting is called  tins'(Friday) evening and a large attendance is requested.  Dan McDongall, formerly brabeman  on the local C. P. R. passenger, wns'ro-  iievintr Conductor Brett this week who  enjoyed a short holiday.  They have Government ownerflu'p in  New Zealand to the fullest extent, and  the statedebt has reached the enormous  sum  of if315 per-capita.  Sirs. R. S. Chamberlain and son arrived in town Saturday to join her husband. Tho.y have taken up their home  in G. Walmstey's cottage on the Star  hill.  Henry F. Mytton, at one time manager of the Bank of Commerce here, but  lately acting in the same capacity at  Greenwood, has been transferred to  legina.  ������\Y  j\i/ I He Jjesr.  The Damflest Fruit  TKe Freshest Grocer!es,  Choicest Smoked Treats  and Canned Goods*  V   icacfes Ik Preserved Goods always ti\ stock at,  r  ������  v.  Corned Beef7 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, ���������  Plains, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters and Game in season.  One of the busiest plai es in town just  now is the Sandon Chop House. G. II.  Murhard ia rapidly building up an ever  increasing trade, and is kept busy from  early morn until late at nigh!.  The wilflcy installed at the Payne  mill is giving such gratifying results  that Manager Gardo has ordered five  more, and Lhe mill, which is already  cilii-ienL to a marked degree, is to be  still furthur improved.  ' The centre of attraction in tr>wn is the  bear garden at the Kootenay. The. antics of the.cubs each evening are very  amusing to the spectators. Jn the spacious yanl afforded them the bears are  thriving rapidly and with the bunnies  get along well together.  F. II. Hawkins and Miss 'Margaret  Jack, both of this city, were married, in  Kaslo last Saturday by Rev. Sir. Beer.  The happy couple returned, to town on  Morulayand have taken up their residence on the Star hill. Mr. Hawkins is  nssayer here and building up a good  business. The Ricvncw,wishes tlie new-  ly wedded piir every success and prosperity in their journey, through life.  There will be union memorial services  at New Denver on Sunday, and, all who  wish to attend and spend the. day in  the Lucerne can do so. The C.P. R.  will run a special for the occasion. Tha  train leaves here at 0 a. m., returning  leaves Denver Siding at 7 p.m.' Fare  for round trip 50 cents. The Denv-iitoa  will give an hospitable welcome -to all  visitors and will place the entire pica-,  sure craft on the lake at  their disposal.  SANDON, B. C,  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND,   NELSON,' KASLO,  TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND  FORKS,  PHOENIX,   FFRNIE,   CRANEROOK,   FORT STEFL.  SANDON  owgoo  Brewers of Lager Ber.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed., ���������  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver  Agents :    Wordeii Bros.,  Slocan City  Slocan Bottling Works,  Kaslo.  PA  Our I\ew Lirve of    Tf  eiys  /Hso tke Latest TUno" Yet  fix  $f~  pan^ j������|t&  ������<  I  ���������Mi?  1  u  V  I  1  ���������X  -i*  "  is  1  h  if  }/  11  \\  If  SI  1 n  j  St^^vt^^^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, June 20,  1903.  JOHNNY RY*N.  Tho  ��������� There     are  been   loturn-  H'lio   Was   Iltil>l>L-il   l>v the I\ .U'.-O.  Incarnation  of    31 nr|<   li.|>Ii>y"  ��������� Tuliiii;;' IiifiiieotK.  The P.M.O. called him the incarnation of Mark Tap ley.     We called him  .Johnny.      lie was an Irish-Canadian  that  had  drifted   over  to  South ,Africa    on a hired   transport      loaded  fore  and   aft  with   horses   and    hay.  A military  doctor  who knew that a  man's     brain     was   something "more  than so many drachms of grey matter engaged him for the' front.     And  the  doctor   was   wi.so.  several   men   who   have  ed to   their  regiments in   the British  army as lit for duty who would have  gone down  to posterity as part     of  the statistics of a mortality   report,  if it hadn't been for the army     surgeon's horse sense."     The manner in  which Johnny Ryan subdueclly whistled     the  -Tint    My   Father'Wore,"  as he  moved   around  the        hospital  cots when Blocmfontein was      fuver-  stricjvc-n,  and   they   were  burying soldiers    by the    trench full, or quietly  lilted  "Rosy O'Crady" in tho   night,  watch   of a  crowded   tent,   did ���������     as  much  to stop lhe death rate as    the  scientific .  treatment ��������� of  the   distinguished specialist whom he astounded one day  by calling "Doc."  Th.-re  was     nothing    ghoul-like  about   the  way he seemed  to    draw    happiness  from   the pain,  sorrow,  and     misery  that he was brought in contact with.  When his master,  "the boss" Johnny  culled him, was once  ordered  to  proceed,  under escort,   to half a battalion which was doiner outpost,    duty  np the Vaal River way. where enteric Was getting in   its  deadly     work,  and  at    the first, ha.lt the subaltern  ,found   they  had  forgotten  Hour,  and  that  it meant a couple of weeks  on  hard-tack,   Johnny  consoled  him    by  remarking,   they niiuht have forgotten   the  officers'.-whiskey.  When   the  young  officer wish a flesh  wound   in his   left, arm was  working  himself; into  a fever,  and .wanted   to  write a letter to his' mollnr and his  sister and  several  other delicate   female relatives  that he was going  to  die,  and  that he left h's name to  a  grateful   country,   under a Conservative Admini.'-.tration,   Johnny        told  him of the joys of strolling       along  Adderlcy street, Cape Town, with his  arm  in a sling and being sympathized with by a. considerable    part     of  ''fashionable London   who  were      following   tho  enemy,   and   the     young  man is  now engaged  tp a      wealthy  widow of a sentimental turn,   who foil  in  love with  the flesh wound.       And  the     young      officer     has  forgotten  Johnny.  Johnny will only get a bronze or  copper sort of medal, that the Government will give to Kaffir guides,  grooms, war correspondents, and  mule-drivers,- but he did ���������more to  remedy the disasters brought about  by the drawing-room, club room military education of the officers of the  British army than any one .man below  the   rank of general.  And it was all owing to his Tuple-1  fan quality of looking on the bright  side     of  everything.      For instance,  after     the     battle of  Modeler  River  Lord Methuen.  who  had  cabled  that  his  barren victory was the   greatest  of  modern  times  in  the     history of  British  arms,   then   counted   up     his  serious  loss   in   killed   and   wounded,  and looked  around for  the    enemy's  dead.   The noble  lord,  the      general  of leeves and Aldcrshot, couldn't find  them. Johnny'.Ryan   and  several  hundred  others were put on   fatigue  duty,   fishing for  dead  Boers,       who  'were believed  to be damming up the  Modeler Kiver.     "They'found a     few  ���������a couple of dozen, I' think,     They  were laid  out decentlv  and in order  on the river bank, and  in ,the everi-i  ing    -Johnny.-. -  was'hovering around  blithely whistling  "The Night      Before Larry Was Stretched," for    he  had been up to his waist   in water  all   day,  had  caught a severe   cold,  and   was as  hoarse as  a  crow,   and  he whistled.     Methuen and his staff  trotted up - to him on one of the  countless inspections, rounds, and  things that his soul delighted in and  ' the noble Lord asked Lohnny ��������� several questions, and Johnny answered in a husky voice, that was appropriately like unto the croak of  a raven.  They were about wheeling their  horses for the return to headquarters  and Johnny had- answered the last  question in a whisper that was barely'audible, when Methuen drawled  out in that Guard's drawl that  makes  y.ou almost  pro-Boer:  "Ah',  my good  fellow,  you have a  very bad cold?"  "Yes, General, I have a horrible  bad one. But," and Johnny looked [  quite cheerful as he pointed to the j  row of dead a few yards away, "any j  one of them fellows over there 'ud '  be mighty glad  to have it."  Johnny Ryan always looked on  the cheerful side of things.���������Charles  Lewis Shaw,  in Toronto Star.  Your CIorKes  **  Sheep  In   Varied  Clothing-.  One of the results of the Investigation of a special committee of the* So-  . ciety of Arts into the question of bookbinding goes to show that sheepskin  Is  often   used   by  bookbinders  under  very   different    names.    They   found  books bound nominally hi Levant morocco,   hard   grain   morocco,   straight  grain morocco, pigskin, calfskin, crocodile and alligator leathers, nil of which  on close microscopic examination were  found  to   be   the   ordinary   common  sheepskin on which had been stamped  the special grains and markings of the  skins they were got up to imitate. The  committee,    however.,   were   satisfied .  that  in   many   cases   both   the  bookbinders and the librarians had bought  these  leathers   under   the   impression  that they were buving the genuine article.  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  PICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  How Russian   Pcn.snnts  IjIvc  Most of the Russian peasants pass a  great deal of their lives In workshops,  where thoy work, eat and sleep, the  same room  sheltering a number and  probably a pig in the bargain.   There  are few beds.   Instead, nil around the  four walls of the room Is fixed what  may be literally, described as a. bench.  It is made of wood, and at-this works  the peasant by day, and on It he sleeps  by night, each man at his own spot  The conditions of the Russian workshop or factory arid the Russian prison  and   military  barracks,  so far as  interior arrangements are. "concerned, are  akin.   Chairs there will also be and a  table, rudely fashioned   as a rule, by  the   men   themselves.  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, Braises, Sprains and Rheumatism.   Price 25 cents; large size 50 cents.  Chamberlain's Stomach and  Liver Tablets.  For Disorders of the Stomach, Liver  and Bowels.   Price 25 cents.  and  VIA  TO  by the  faith  future  Kait.lt in  tlio Colonies.  A.suggestive fact disclosed  literature of the. day. is the  of English writers in the  of Canada and Australia. . This is  strongly brought out in an important book by Benjamin JCidd on "The  Principles of Western Civilization."  It lays stress upon the paramount  importance of the western commonwealths in determining the trend of  future.progress.  Another Englishman, who is equally  impressed   with   the energy of the  English-speaking  race  outside    England,     is     Archibald R.   Colquhoun,  whose  "Mastery of the Pacific"  will  be published  by Heinemann in London  soon.      The proof sheets  reveal  a  deliberate attempt to prove    that  the Pacific has become as important  as'the-Mediterranean was iii ancient  times,   or  as   the   Atlantic     became  after the voyages  of Columbus   and  the wars    between     England      and  France for the control  of the.   New  World.       The book has chapters on  the  marvellous  possibilities  of .Canada,   Japanese  progress,   the   Butch  empire in the Far East, and the development  of  German  enterprise  China and the South Seas.  Every one of these preparations  is guaranteed and if not fully sat- ���������  isfactory to the   purchaser   tte ( St-*������������'��������� |>^  money will fee refunded.  Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining & BulI'eU Smoking Library Cars.  in  Mft'ect of L"i-<l   MiiflVrin's  Mission. I  Lord  UulToriu's  rnissicn  to   Canada |  was disiinguished by   the inculcation1  of respect, and admiration for Canada  by  Canadians.   His  Excellency  fitted  the public mind with anjdea of this  country both as to its present greatness and to its splendid future    that  intil  his arrival  had not been cnter-  U.ind.      Along  with   this      valuable  leadership Canada received  from  him  a new view of the Imperial relations.  He    showed  that servility and  indc-  pc-nd nee  wore  not  our  part  in     the  union,   but en the contraiy, we were  d s ii:c:l  to be an  independent   associate   nation,   claiming   and   enjoying  equal  i.ight.s with other British communities.    Lord   DufTerin   spent      six  mid 11 half .years with   us and  traversed Canada from cue)  to end,      delighting   the   people,  with   his  genius  and inspiring them  by  his    oratory.  His -furowall' speech   was delivered at  the Industrial Exhibition: grounds in  Torr.nto, on September 24, ".1,878. The  parting  words   wero  a  consideration  of th j  duty of  Canadians to      their  heritage.   "Love your  country,"     he  said;     ''believe    in     her,  honor her,  work for her,  live for her,      die    for  her."  On October 19 he sailed from  Quebec and a brilliant page jn    our  history Was closed.  Fast Trains at Convenient Hours  *  Between Spokane & Fuget Sound  For rates, folder?and full imformation  rrganling tripe, call on or address any  ng' nt 0. E. & NT. Company.  B. C. D'uiniston,  G. W. P. A.  Seattle, Wash.  H. Brandt,  C. P. &T. A.  Spokane, Wash  The Best Liniment.  "I have derived event benefit from the  use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm for  rheumatism andTumbngo," gays Mrs.  AnnaHagelgitiis, of Tnckahoe, N. J.  "My husband used it for a sprained  back and whf also quickly relieved. In  lact it is the best family remedy I have  ever used. I would not think of being  without it. I have recommended it to  many and they always speak highly of  it and declare its meritsare wonderful."  For sale by F. J. Donaldson.  1  i  IllllSSIIiiS  isnmn ,4ret*itt?*i'*i-W'uv  yjW;v tfi(i|iiias'Jir*i������w/)������i'Wi ?M ���������"  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, Junk : 20, 1903.  Local News Notes.  /  Bruce White returned to Nelson Monday last.  W.J. Twiss, insurance agent, is in  town rustling policieB.  Win. Hunter, of Silrerton, the pioneer merchant of the Slocan, was in thai  city on Thursday.  Returns from the last car of ore shipped from the Republic netted the owners $2,000 above all expenses.   ,  H. P. Christio, of Slocan, has been  gazetted collector of votsifortbe Slocan  riding by the provincial government.  There are rumors afloat around that  R. F. Green may, seek re-olection in the  Slocan riding in the coming campaign.  E. U. Chipman, gold commissi'oner,  came in town Sunday from Kaslo and  left the following morning for Victoria.  S. S.Taylor has been appointed the  nominee of. the..Liberals in Nelson. His  opponent is likely to be John Houston,  and if so it's all off with Taylor.  Rev. R. J. Mclntyre will b������ the  preacher at the special union services  in New Denver on Sunday. A large  number intend going from Sandon.    .  A pair of owla were received at the  Kootenay on Wednesday and a couple  of monkeys are expected to arrive today. The list of attractions is on the  increase.  Amos Thompson, of New Denvtr,  made a surface strike this'week of ore  on the Sinfi that has every promise of  opanins; into a big ore shoot.  A new mine pump is being installed  af the Rambler.  Mrs. A. H. Lewis leaves today on a  trip to Vancouver.  Ore jhipments for the week weie the  Payne 42 tons and Ivanhoe 21.  The Ruth concentrator etarttd up  yesterday with R. Herrman in charge.  H.M. Stephenson, of the Highland  mine, Ainsworth, is in town looking for  zinc ores.  Mrs. Duncan, wife of the mayor of  Edmonton, Alta., is visiting her sister,  Mrs. G. McLeod, Cody avenue.  Miss M. Mclntyre, of Edinburgh,  Scotland, is in town visiting her sister,  Mrs. A. Scott, and leaves shortly for  Honolulu.  Mr. Biuce Heathcotte, manager of the  Bank of Commerce in Nelson, is here  arranging the closing up the business  of:the local branch.  S. S. Fowler, manager of the Whitewater, has answered in a vague way to  N. J. Cavanaugh's letter on the smelter,  charges. As "Nick" is in his element  when dealing with this question and  having the statistics on his fingertips,  a strong reply from his trenchant pen  may be expected in a few days.  Miss Ogben and her niece, Lorna Anderson, who have been staying with  Mrs. Lewis for some time, leave today  for their homo in Trail. Shortly after  arriving here Lorna was taken ill with |  ���������carlet fever, her aunt was installed as  nurse and the rooms quarantined. The  little patient is now fully recoveied, the  apartments thoroughly disinfected and  all danger of contagion over.  A new ledge has been uncovered on  the Erin, near Slocan City. The vein  is fully eight feet wide and extends in  to the Republic property. The ore is  heavily charged with copper in an  oridized state. Assays also give 187 oz.}  of silver to the ton.  The experiments conducted by Prof,  j Parks with the low grade  ores   of  the  Arlington mine assures that   property  I a plant that will save at   least  95   per  'cent, of the silver  values.    The  new  , treatmentisamodification ofthe Pelati-  Clerici   system,   with  the   assistance  On Sunday Rev. Jas Calvert, of New I of electricity, and has proved so success-  Denver, will preach at 11 a, m. and 7.30 ' ful fts to warrant the movers in the idea  p.m.    During the hot summer months ! in having the process   patented.     Be-  the Sunday school  will be held in the j aides saving a largo percentage of silver  morning from 10.15 to 11 oclock. Prayer I it will save 97 per cent, gold values and  $5 to %1 a ton  ing the. Ar-  Mrs. David   returned  Monday from j Ull8ton ores-  Spokane, after   attending  the   funeral |    MrB_ F_ j_ Donaidgon, 0j Sandon, who  obsequies   of her  husband,   who   was i _,     , _ ,  .   ,       ,     ., . . ..      ~ t ,  <is visiting in Pendleton, Ore., had two  buried under the auspices of the Odd-. *  fellows in   that city.    She  was'. accom- |.anc'les.Nving^in  Heppncr, which   was*  pauied by her sinter, Miss R. Webster, , struck  by  a  cloudburst early   in the  ���������     r> ------   ��������� -_-   - ��������� _ - ���������, fc, ��������� -.    m uiii av* j\i-*jt   gs^x   t-viiiu. j^uju  meeting Wednesday evening a 8. Three J will effect a saving of from $  Forks sevice Monday evening at 7. J in the present cost of treatii  who will stay in town some time.  While working at the Payne mill last  Sunday a log bounced off the pile while  being unloaded and dropped on Colonel  Pearson's feet, smashing the big toe on  his left foot and the second on the right.  Dr. Gomm fixed up the injured trilbys  and the Colonel will be ready for work  again in a few days.  Fred. Ritchie, manager of Megaw's  store, and Miss Edith Smith were married last Tuesday. The bride is well  known in Sandon, having Bpent along  visit with her si������ter, Mrs. Bewley, and  left a few weeks ago for Revelstoke,  where the marriage took place. The  you  week. One was killed and the wife and  and children of the other are reported  among the dead. Mr. Donaldson received a letter from his wife Thursday,  stating she intended visiting her relatives in Heppner, and it is to be hoped  she had not started on her journey before the catastrophe occurred. The  destroyed town .bad a population of over  1,300 and the loss of life is large. Over  300 bodies havo been recovered and the  number is daily increasing. Many are  torn to fragments. The few remaining  houses are turned into morgues and the  sight is appalling. The bodies recovered are interred as soon as identified,  if that is possible, and   there   is  no at-   ���������---    *���������*   --'���������-.   '     a fAja���������; tempt to arrange funerals, all  victims  ng couple are expected home.today u    ^ !n.trenche8l' row8   of which  from   their honeymoon and will le cor ,       increaBi     dai,  dially welcomed by their many friends.  Our Barf am touivfer/%:  Great Reductions in every line of goods.      Our counter  is the spot for Bargain Seekers."    Prices away down,  Rigby Waterproof Coats.  Just the thing for  this showery weather at  prices to  suit the times.  See Our New Line of Ties���������The Latest Out.  r.  $1.50 Per Suit.  BIG THING IN UNDERWEAR ! AWAY BIk?^ucR������SicES.  A Line of Suits for 6, 7 And 8  Year Old Boys for.  auk of Commerce.  Notice to Customers.  Notice is hereby given that on the 30th day of June  current, the SANDON BRANCH of The Canadian  Bank of Commerce will be closed and all deposits transferred  to the NELSON BRANCH of the Bank at the close  of business on that date.  Sandon, B. C, June 9th, 1903.  ������$<3>������>^<$>$>$><SxS>^^ $������$������$������������������$������*������$������������������������������������������������������������*������<  Up-to-date in Every Respect.  Meal Tickets $5.50 for $5.00.  Cuisine First class. TOeals fXe T^est,  Open From Morn to Mid=night.  fi. MURHARD, Proprietor.  PAGE  1 ^BS=SiS^ *  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamloops.  If:  ���������fer  p  M  J  il  I  1  1  1  1������  1  in  >8>  k  3  4  i  s-hvh

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