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Array /.���������:?,  W-  VOL..0.���������NO. 88. SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1003. 2 00 PEK YE,\K  ffAJSTPft'    Ft/If?  TfJP   IH VNP    'nff*"edien-8 .when it ie finally prepared      Walker   Smith   time-keeper  at   the "    (\UV    flnnnnu  l������'mjlI<U    1 ViV   I li������f  rflliTJ*  and shipped to the smelter. Payne, returned   Thursday   after    six WI/    tUUJiUJ.    The Pnyrio mine in putting   iis  zinc  weeks'visit to'Neleon and other points/    Work Commenced This Week ou thmagl, this process gains'60 per cent     j. Jt Cilmpbe*-ma       ,. of t,,e HhJI Committee   Appointed   to  Meet*  product, whereas by shipping   the old   ,.. .:,. XT ,        .       - ��������� ii^uimcu    ^   iwcct  Fnimdflf-inn nf7ir,n Mofftil .1       in ���������     i i    .     -Mines smelter at Nelson spent most of -.,     TT     .   ,    ���������     ,    _  fi ounaauon OIAIHC IViaglli- way thev h.trdly   received   enongli   .0  ... , .    . '     .     . Mr. Harris to Settle Fv-  0 ���������,.:,.. thin week in town on smelting business. "-uiia w onuc c.\  ���������hVino-     Plonf pay for its shipping. fa .    .  ���������a d    ' '       ���������      The   Payne   people  in' taking    this      D..W. Moore, ore buyer for the  Trail Mting Differences.  j precedent cotirsc   of   treating  its  zinc  smelter, was in town  a   few days   this    Manager Garde of the   Payne   mine  />r0(J���������ct win>   if  succe8sf,il,   stimulate  week in connection with smelling inter-      The regular session of the council was  ' has atjast perfected his plans  for   the other  mining  companies   to  adopt a  flsts. ,  held Monday last at wich   the   Mavor  building of a. roasting and   magnetic  similar method of   treating   th ir zinc   ' Tbos. Jones, zinc buyer, leftycsterday  and -Aids. Brown, Gomm, Vallance and  plant to treat the zinc ores of the mine,   ore6* - morning for the  coast to  confer   with  Cameron were present.  ��������� and the much talked of plant   will   be QnThe/"T ''fat ^^V ���������rkil,g abouM railway officials   in   regard   to   freight      A communication was received  fiom  .    lfl       . t   . ���������     ���������  -w. 30a,ld VV,JI s^'P very little zmc   until   ratesonzinco,.eSi Messrs. Langley <fc Martin, city solicitors  pushed though to full completion. plant is ready to treat it, at Victoria, stating   that  an  order-in-  .    Mr.. Garde has been, busily   engaged   Atthe close of the proceedings of the C0UJlci, woaJd be 8ecured grantilip   ���������ie  in drafting plans for such a plant since "        f oca|   /Vews    jVnteS        ���������      .    .   n.c��������� -Mining. Association  at   Vic-  cit   therfght t0 take wat     f       t F ���������  .     ,  ������������������ ���������   ���������   ,      ....... A-vi^ai   iicvva    I-4J-U1.C9. toria, J. B, .rfobson,  its originator, was  ,���������.ooIr     n.   ,nno   ,       ,       ���������,  zinc became an important factor n  the , ���������  ... -������������������.���������,,",;���������;���������       I     ) ������������������ -   creek.    This was placed on file.  f   pre: on ted   with a   handsome  diamond |    a tplee-ram fmi   **���������*  ������5 T    I        f *v 1  mining   of Hloeaii ores, and  now   that  -  The Hewett mine ��������� has cut   down   its  ring bv the delegates nsa mark of appre- .     , ������  .' jV ^*y]or of JNH"  he has assured both the  company   and   force to Uo men. ' ciation of his valuable brrviccs in   sue-   eon was received and fi^-    It was   in  6 himself that he can   work   the product      p , .r ,,  . . , .  tl     cessfuily fonndin- the new movement    'eferenc.e  ������or?iU"Z,,,g a branch of   the  more economically and at a good  profit      ^McGuire was given a lease of  the v      ,n������ *eu_������������.oiuiitnt.  Provincial Mining Association.  f byeeperating the iron ingredients from   apper "c"'*iI"Ss oJFt,)e Enterprise mine      Banaid McLaughlin, aformerSandon-      The report of the chief of police   for  ��������� the silver-zinc ores,   he   has decided to   J������8t week' ite and brother of J.   D.   McLaughlin,   the month   of February  showing   the  build and have the plant in   operation      The Monitor mine near  Three Forks   wh������ Ieft ilere for the K,ondikt)   ���������'��������� ''98  amount of fines and penalties   was  re-  at the earliest possible date, which will  shipped 320 tons 0/ oreduringthemonth   ���������s recent^ marrie'] at hie ol(1 ,lome *������   ceived and P,ftced on fi,e-  take about two months to complete and  of February. Glengarry. He will shortly return north      The following accounts were  recom-  expects to have everything ready by tne      TI, \.        ���������,,.,���������������     ��������� ,,* bn"de H'Lere he is interested in   ^"^d ^  P������y������ent   by  the  finance  first of Mav " / report is revived to theeffecr, that some extensive placer claims. committee *  \,    ' " the Galena Farm will shortly be worked      m,   ,. ,, ���������������������������      .    ', o ��������� t a t> r-n- -.  A small crew of men were put to work   for-jg K,*,]c VttjU(,8 " That $1,000 a side hockey match   be- oALARlii,b.  Monday breaking ground  for   the  crib *       ' Sandon and Nelson has been  fought on . C. E. Lyons  $75  work���������which is  necessary   to secure a      Mr. W. H. Sundiford, manager of the  paper instead olice.   The editor of the  Geo. Wai te    ]00  proper and   solid   foundation   for  the   Bosun mine, was in the  city   Saturday   Bluestreak fired the last shot, but it  is ' J- E. Lovering ,    J00  work���������and when sufficiently ad vanci-d to   last on zinc business. doubtful if he scored.   The umpire did j ACCOUNTS  augment, this force it will be increased.,    Mrs. McKinnon   left   vesterdav  for/not Pnt UP V? band, and as McAdam .is '0 E Lvor)a paid ������now shovellers S2.-5 10  ..   The P^yne has been.always  regarded  jR0S-iland having, received   a   telegram  f?enera']y wide of his mark, we suppose *c E Lvonsj coal ' 15  as ono of the great'mines of  the   prov-   that her soxi John is dangerously ill   in   he muffed as usual. f 't.'Crown  expense* to Victoiia"'" 7*?'  iuce,and it io the intention of tho present  thatcitv n -a-     ���������   u ��������� ,���������       j       ,7 a   n 1      ' -1       ,     .      '" ���������  ' ���������  . , .     ,       .    , niuuojiy. Drifting is being continued on there-  A. Osborne, wood for school    15.  management to sustain the mlne'srepu-      ,_, , ���������^.   . ���������.      . ,.    ��������� ...        ,., . ,,,  ^ ril    _       ,   ,  ���������  Ution by carrying forward improve- Tiie man w,1������ w'a,ks ^ires mav cent-strike at the Payne with gratifying Aid. Cameron of tho Board of Works  mentsthat has a tendency to more ������e skillful, but he is'nt in it with the ���������8"1*; Mr. Garde having proved the Com stated that along with Aid. Mc-  economically* mine its ore while at the P������mhiiin wli������ P������-'s them���������in British ore body to extend west some 35 feet, Leod he had inspected the flume and  same time such  undertaking   will   be   Columbia at least. has now commenced drifting east.   The  found that bottom of  the ..an.e   would  ,     .     ....      ,.    1        ,      ,   .. . n s.    t   , fore at the  mine   was   increased   this  have tobepartiallvreplanked to prooer-  kept within the bounds of  its  earning      On account of the  increase of traffic ���������������������������-. *��������� or.     m ���������    ���������    ���������-   . ���������   .        1       -..   .      - *.   " , ��������� .      cu lu������-'-uP������*  ., .1    01 t. " week to 30.   All are principally kept on   ly  withstand  the   high   water  of   the  capacity. on the fclocan branch,  the C. P. R. has   1      1    ���������    t.       1 .��������� \,      , ��������� ���������        T ...  .,,, 1   mi-        -iii      u    I er,   ./-     1      j.. , r,     , development work and verv little ehip-   spring.   In respect to ths matter   the  The new building will be about 60x40 placed the  steamer ���������'Sandon" in   com-  ���������,-, ,-ii-,���������,i       t \ -,        1, i    .    ���������,  .     ' u'-lcl  ,   .      ,    .���������,    ,   .,, .     r.   . ..    , ,       .,     " u"u     ping will be done for present. council as a body decided to inspect the  feet and will be built as an extension to  mission on the lake with Captain JR. W. fl        ,   , ,- T  ��������� the concentrator and will have a capa-  Troune at the helm. '' Messrs. John L. ftetallack and Louis  fl"nie before fakmg a21^' decisive action,  city for   treating 40   tons of zinc  ores      *'       Ar , on        ��������� Pratt left Wednesday for Ottawa   to bej   /"aspect to settJin*'the Miner,' hos-  everv 24  hours      The machinery will  Ilfl^ !! ^7 !n ���������     ^        "i * ������ Presentat the  ������P������'n* of P^iament   P������������I account a^a.nst the city or medi-  consist of a drying and roasting furnace  n!I*T,. '      l' ^ gS on the 12th i������t.    Their mission  to the   cal attention on the late JX  M.   Davis,  , ,       e      , c t-fv       s   ���������        under lease are  meeting with   success.  ������on;f,,i *������. tn r.n���������ra,- ������.,*fi,   tha   ,r,������rr,i.������>.e   the council decided to pnv *100  in   full  .  and ajaumberof screens of different sizes  -n.,,,., ��������� ������������������   ���������    ,   a  ��������� 1    f    .-    . capital 16 to confei   with  t/ie   members ���������   . 1-1 ������   ���������"   i������"  with magnets attached.   The ore will be   "ZllVT ���������       ^^  one>'n ������.e lobby, and by   placing   the   dis-  ������������t'ement o/thecIa,m.  first dried,   slightly roasted, and then   "roIoreanJ ���������������P������pannK another.        tressfui condition of the silver-lcad   in-      ".e mayor and Aids.  Vallance  were  screened off into different sizes, when it     Le*id is soaring m theLondon market,  dustry before tliem, hope to secure their aPPointed a committee with full   power  ready for the magnetizing process On Thursday it reached ������12. s!6. d3, the  support on the lead phrase of   the tariff to meet Air. J. M. Harris  and   arrange  Generally speaking by subjecting the  ���������'���������ghest pi"'������t for some time.     Silver is   revision. '"������"������������ fat"e w d,eputo betw<"?11 "ie  zinc    ores     to      the     roasting    and  also on the upward grade  and   is now      One of the beat games of shinnv] ever  Cl >'a". Mr������ ^r-r-'-'-  the magnetic process thev separate the   quoted at 4SJu" cents. played inSandon took place on the rink  ,/'!,'jrk Wflfl in8tr"(;"ed to write   the  .������������������'.���������,.    L        ...     .                ..                                                                              ������������������        , .     ,   . . , ���������',       K.-&S, Land agent with a view   to   se-  iron ingredients���������which-decreases tho     The Sandon hockey team left Tuesday   Hiursday evening between miners from        . *t](t fn tU_ _.  cominericial value���������from the ore,   they on their tri/i   to   Vernon.     The boys   the Star mine and the whole   town, in- b  have remaining a product that will com-  phiyed Wednesday night   with   JRevel-   denen*-"nf "' il  mard the highest market   price.    The  aioke on their way over,  the  game  re- - -���������-" "  i,ve'^  one   in   uta,}y  ore after leaving the mine ia first  run   8UJting   in a tie.' When time was cal-   ways, off sides, sitting  on   the   puck,  through the concentrator where thelead   Jed the score stood 3 to 3. aprawiing on the ice and  barked   shins   and  silver   ia separated,   leavinj*   the were the main  features.     The   match Sandon Ore Shipments  iron and zinc/which iu   turn "passes to      Mn Jack (-rUSty, the popular manager  wa������ closely followed up on   these   lines ���������  the roasting plant-where it is freedfrora   ofP-���������Burna* Co's;-meat market "here,   throughout and at the end of   time the     ���������.     . ..     . ,, ,.  '���������'������������������.������������������      ��������� x 1 1       ��������� 11.   is receiving the coneratulations of  tifn .       -    l   a        - t.    ���������       ���������        *",e following are the ore shipments  its moia-mre   by   undergoing   a   slight   ' b     ������. t-wMKOnuiauons or   nra  8Core was a tie,  both   teams having six  (r      c     ,     e    .������ 1  roasting by  a special furnace for  the  nmny friends this week.    .A littJe. son  goals to their credit.   In the ���������overtime .I���������"1 Sand������" f0r the Week': '        ��������� _       :  purpose.   This is allowed to thoroughly  amvedttth,8,lon-,eJa8tSu,5d^^^ l0n9'  cool.     After;   being    well   cooled the  "^   He came fo at**Hnd Has &vea a  scored one goal and    won   out.     Jack SILVEB-LEAD.  mineral  is   hoisted   by an elevator to i0-^1"11- welcome.".' Crawford acted as referee and endeavor-  Slocan Star...................   ..126  an apartment above where  it receives      C. D. and Jas*. Hniiterof Phoenix,and   e<* to Ket scientific hockey played but in   American Boy ...i   62  the magnetizing or  final process.   The   W. R. McUaw, of Grand Forks, were in   the general   mix*up  hockey   nas  cast  T"-eco  41  roasted ore is then carried around on  a  town this week arranging' the  transfer  aside and the ganuine old shinny took  p���������v. e  , rubber belt and when  it  encounters  a of business, and   left   this morning for  If" P'ace.   Altogether the game was one " '"" '"   '  powerful electric   magnet���������which   ex-   the Boundary to settle matters in con-  of the most interesting played here fora  Rat^ ��������������������������� ���������    21  tracts the magnetic   iron���������leaving the section wi'h   (hu   tnuieh>r vl Mr, Me-  long time and   kept the  spectators  in ���������������������������-  zinc and silver free from all  obnoxious Gaw's store in that, city. roars of laughter. Total 2������0  ��������� "���������������'���������������������������  ifflWM8*MII������M)ft|-^^ THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 7,  1903.  The Mining Review.  SEVEN TO ONE  Sometimes the weight goes  up that way when taking Scott's  Emulsion. Seven pounds of  jnew, healthy flesh from, a one  pound bottle of Scott's Emulsion is on record.  Scott's Emulsion brings  everything to its aid,; good appetite, strong digestion, rich  blood, new body strength, and  above all the power to get all  the good out of ordinary food.  For those who are in need  of more flesh there is nothing  better.    Thin folks���������try it I  "We'll send you a little to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   BOWNF.,      Chemists,  Toronto  SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 1903.  SILVER-LEAD DUTIES.  If the Federal government during the  present session fails   to   accede  to   Ihe  appeal of British Columbia for an   advance in the tariff on lead and its   products they will earn an everlasting   ingratitude.   The province is not asking  the government to change any   feature  of its policy but to give our industry the  same justic   that is meted oil t,< othera.  It is giving a measure of   protection   to  every industry  in   Canada,   excepting  lua 1, aii 1 ths people of this  district are  asking for an extension  to   them   of  a  .policy in force all over Canada in other  enterprises. No doubt had lead producing or lead manufacturing been in  any stage of advancementt when the  protective tariff of Canada was first introduced in 1879, or at the time of any  of its revisions in latter yea.s, it would  have beeft considered, but because it  was hot, is no fault of tho industry, arid  norea-on why the requirements'' of today should lie entirely ignored. It is  quite true, as several ministers contend,  ���������' that if the tariff is touched to meet   the  . Kootenays cade there will be numerous  applications for changes from other  parts of Canada; but as a matter of fact  they will all come from such industries  that are fairly well done for and only in  . search of still   better  treatment-from , WHQ CAmQJ BE CURm)  industries   that   are   swimming   along j    Backed up by oVer ������ third of a century  taking must be first free from the inroads  of foreign over-surplus production, uhe  must adopt some defensive means  by which thit alien over-production will  be excluded. This can be best done by  adopting national protection and would  be amenable to our lead mining as well  as other industries. Canada today is  practically forced to sell her raw material in a foreign market* whilst .-reticles  qf consumption are boughtin the same  market. Practically .speaking the country that buys in the cheapest market  and sells in the dearest is the one that  invariably enriches itself.  The C. P. R. has trouble of its own in  Vancouver. The telegraph and freight  clerks have gone out on strike because  of the dismissal of one of their number,  claiming he was dismissed ou account  of his position,with the Brotherhood of  Railway Employees, and the Wholesale  Grocers Association has passed a resolution, ��������� and forwar-'ed a. copy to the  railway officials, to the effect that unless Vancouver is given tl.-e same commercial rateB as Winnipeg, the merchants of the coast will not patronize  the big railway. The strikers places  are being filled' by men from eastern  Canada and Seattle. In the event of  the difficulty not being soon settled to  suit the clerks, a general strike may be  ordered from Winnipeg to the coaet by  the Brotherhood, which will complicate  matters to a great extent. If tlie company do not grant the request of the  grocers' association it means an increase  in the volume of trade over the Great  Northern and its Canadian branch, the  V. V. & E., and a corresponding losu to  the C. P. R.  FOl< -vomen  fairly well under the law as it now  stands, and only hoping to do better.  It is vastly different with the lead industry���������it hai now reached such propor-  ... I legal money ui mc uuucu juiu, iui .my  tions that the advancement of the conn-'.case  of I,eucorrhea,   Female   Weakness,  ii.ira������.,.i,ni���������;n,i,        i- ' Prolapsus, or Falling* of Womb which thev  t.y as a whole is depending on its success,, can n*ot c'ure.   All they ask is a fair an*  reasonable trial of their means of cure.  of remarkable and uniform cures, a record  such as no other remedy for the diseases  and weaknesses peculiar to women ever  attained, the proprietors and makers of  Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription now feel  fully warranted in offering to pay $500 in  legal money of the United States, for any  that never can come under the present  conditions of foreign   markets,  unless  Their financial responsibility is well  known to every newspaper publisher and  druggist in the United States, with most  hew life is given to the  industrv  under! of whom they have done business for over  ,  . ','      ..      . ���������"       ��������� - ,, I a third of a century.   From this fact it will  it fair measure of protection.   One small   readily be seen how utterly foolish it would  act would serve all  the   purposes   this' be for them to make the above unPrece-  province desires served,  and to  refuse  dented and remarkable offer if they were  not basing their offer on curative means  ,, . , , , , having an unparalleled record.    No other  I lie iinaminous demand now brought be-1 medicine than Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-  f/vru ilmirofin.,!!; i    l- ii I scription could possibly " win out," as the  fo.e thoir attention looks more like an | BAytBg goe9, on such a proposition.   But  utter disregard for  British   Columbia'a ! the3r know whereof they speak.   They have  I the most remarkable record of cures made  by this world-famed remedy ever placed to  the credit of any preparation especially  designed for the cure of woman's peculiar  ailments. This wonderful remedy, therefore, stands absolutely alone as the only  one possessed of such reraarawble curative  properties as would warrant its makers in  publishing such a marvelous offer as if  above made in the utmost good faith.  " I want to tell you of the great Improvement  In my health since taking your ' Favorite Prescription,* " says Mrs. H. S. Jones, of Forest.  N. C.   ������When I began its use I was a physical  The eight hour day bill met its second  defeat in the State Legislature of Idaho  last Saturday, by a vote of 27 to 17. The  eight hour day will become law later on  when the mining industry of that state  is on a more solid basis, and when the  mining interests will take more kindly  to the measure. Had our own provincial legislature waited a few years before  its adoption in B.C, to allow capital to  come in and develop the mines, a good  deal of the bitterness, strife, trouble  and depression, which have been characteristic of its adoption .in this province, would have been averted. The  eight hour day was bound to come, but  for the welfare of the mining industry  of a young province like British Columbia, it is admitted on all sides that it  came too soon.  NOTICE.  In the matter of nn application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of Title to Blocks 3 and  of Lot 891,  Group  I, Kootenay  Dintrlot  .���������    (Map 089).. , ������������������ ���������""let,  NOTIrJS IS HEREBY GIVEN that it is mr  intention to issue at the expirution of oni  month   from   the   first  publication  hereof Z  duplicate of the i *ertificate of Title to tho above  mentioned lands in.the District of Kootenay in  i' the name of James M. Barlou, which Certificate  i'u&ssSdSSr- ith day of Februftry' '������#s������  H. F. MACLEOD,  t     ^ t,    , I     ��������� District Registrar:  Land Registry Office, s  Nelson, B.C.  9th September, 1902.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Twickenham Mineral Claim, situate in the Slocan Mining Division- of West Kootenay'  District. ...  Take notice that I, A. R. Heyland, agent for  K.Foyle Smith, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B 69263, and Frank C Clute, Free Miner's,  Certificate No. B 6450(5, 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. r  And further' tnke notice that action, under  section. S7, must be commenced boforo thc  issuance of such Certificate of. Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day .'of September, 1902.  A. R. HKYI/ANi).  .welfare than any thing else that can  be  imagined.  During lhe course of .hia remarks in  Nidsiiii tlicoLlifrduy Mr. Talbot, M.P.,  for Hul'-husBo,' Que., stronglyadvocated  thu placing uf a heavy duty upon lead  in bitli its r;iw and refined state. Mr.  Talbot represents a manufacturing constituency and if any man is inaposition  to e.spoiiHe an)' increase in tha Canadian  tariff he Bhould be qualified to do so.  Although disclaiming to hen protection-  istin theory,he,lik������agreat many strong  Liberals is  beginning to  realize   that  health again.   Could not sit up all day.   I noted  a  ereat   improvement  before  the first bottle  wreck and had despaired of ever having any  ould :    '   "       ' " *  a  great   improvemet  was used. Was_suffering with almost every pain  that a woman is subject,to; had inflammation  of ovaries, painful and suppressed periods, and  other symptoms of female disease. After taking  six bottles of 'Favorite Prescription,' 1 felt like  a new person. Can ride horseback and take all  kinds of exercise and not feel tired;"  If you are led to the purchase of "Favorite Prescription " because of its remarkable  cures, do not accept a substitute which has  none of these cures to its credit.  If you are looking for a perfect laxative  rv Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.  if .Canada i* ever to in-roase in   nopu'a* , try Dr- Pierce';  /    World's Dispensary Medical Associ-  tion or -expand, its 'industrial   under-  ation, Proprietors, 663 Main Street, Buffalo, N. Y.  The Nelson.News of Tuesday contained some breezy notes from Sandon, all  which with one exception were 'clipped  holus bolus from the Kkview, but not  credited. With the solitary exception  it was different, it was credited to where  it belonged, and all the notes were made  to read as coming from the same source.  We would have pnsped the deception  over in this instance as well a������ others it  it were not for the fact that it is occur-  ing too frequently of late. We do not  mind the editor of the New? helping to  makejhls columns readable by extracting item*- from this paper, but while he  ia in the ���������Hipping businesi* - he should  have the decency to credit them where  they belong, and not adopt the despic:  able method he basin this irislsirice referred to and others that have'been  passed unnoticed.  Lead is soaring, and silver is on the  rise in the London market.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Silver Bard,   Twyford;    Winton,   Islington,  Fariugdon,   Croydon    Fraction,   Rodney  Mineral   i.-laims,  situate  in   the 'Slocan  Wining Division of West KooteDay District.  Take. not'ee that 1, A. R. Heyland, agent  for the Silver Band   Mining  Company,  Free  Miner's < ertificate No. B C9J17, inteud, sixty  days from the date hereof,  to apply to the  Mining Reorder for a CerMlicnteof Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of each of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, urder  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuinoe ������i si.eh Certificate of Improvement*-.  Dated this 23rd day of September, 1902.  .    a. b; HEYLAND.  WANTED���������SEVERAL PERSONS OF CHAR-  acterand good reputation in each province,  (one in this district required), to represent and  advertise old established wealthy business  house of solid finnncial standing' Salary $21  weekly with expenses additional, all payable  in cash direct each Wednesday from head  offices. Horse and carriage furnished when  iiece.-sary. Referei-ccs. inclose self-addressed envelop*. Colonial Company, 334 Dearborn  Street, Chicago.  NOTICE.  To John H. Gray and to any and  all other*1 , to whom he may have  transferred his interest iu the L'oscdale,  Flower and May Mineral Claims situated oh Payne Mountain, in '.the'Slocan  Mining Division of West Kootenay District, British Colum.bia.  Take notice that I, D. E. Sprague, a  ���������co-owner in.each of the t-nid Eosedale,  Flower mid May Mineral Claims, have  expended $102 50 in doing and having  recorded the annual af-s-essnient work  on said Roeedale Mineral Claim for the  year ending October 22nd, 1902, bb required by section 24 of the Mineral Act,  and $102.50 in doing and having recorded the annual asseFf-nient work of the  said Flower 31 in oral Claim for the'year  ending August 12th. 1002, as required by  Section 24 of the Mineral Act, and $102.  50 in doing and having recorded the annual ast-est-ment work on the t*aid May  Mineral Claim for the year ending August 12th, 1002. rh required by Section 24  of the Mineral Act, and that within  ninety days from the date of the first  publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute your proper!ion of the  said expenditure, being one-eighth of  the amount expended in respect of each  of the paid mineral Hiiimf* amounting to  $12 80 in respect of ench of said chn'm,  together with all costs of advertising,  your intereM in the said claimp will become vested in me the undersigned under the provisions of Section 4. of the  "Mineral Act, Amendment Act 1900."  The. add reps for payment-of  the   said  moneys to me   the said  D. E. Sprague,  i*������ care of McAnn & McKav, Barristers,  Kaslo. B. C.  Dated the 4th day of November, 1902.  D. E. SPRAGUE. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March  7-' 1903-  \i^Kwrmt}fttmimiAusiv^  m  %&&&:*z.  Wffcg  V  w  m  11     .    rr^saBSiSS^^Ssmsss^sB  Imparts a natural glow of warmth  and health, without which, the  system is always an easy prey to  colds, chills and influenza, which are  engendered in moments of weakness and  ���������undue fatigue. - Bovril is not merely a stimulant, but a highly nourishing food, containing all the  strengthening " properties of beef  in a most convenient and appetizing form. It can be  prepared in. a moment.  Add a little boiling water  and it is re&dy-for use.  Your CIofKes  #re Old...  J  Sandon, The Leading Merchant  j     Tailor iii the. Kootenay Country  List of  Dividends Paid by the Mines of Eastern Brit=  ish Columbia from 1895 to 1902.  MINES.  Antoine  Bosun  Cariboo  Centre Star  Fern       Goodenough  Hall Mines   ...  Idaho Mines  Jackson Mines  Le Roi  - Last Chance  Monitor    ���������.  Noble Five    ....  North Star  Payne  Poorraan ...  Queen Bess   ...  Rambler Cariboo  Reco    ...  Ruth        ....       ....  Slocan Star   ...  Surprise   ....     ....-,  Sunset      ...  War Eagle ....  Washington .... ,.  Whitewater  8. L.  S. L.  G.  G. C.  G.  S. L.  G. S. C  S. L.  S. L.  G. C.  S. L.  S. L. G.  S. L.  S. L.  S.L.  G.  S. L.  .8. L.  S. L.  S. L.  S.L.  S..IJ.  S. L.  G..O.  S./L.  S. L.  N. C.  *f 250,000.00  800,000 00  3,5oo,ooo-oo  2oo,ooo OD  800,000 00  l,25o,ooo 00  No. SHARES. Par Val  5o,poo  800,000  3,5oo,ooo  2oo,ooo  800,000  25o,ooo  TOTAt  PAID.  5oo,boo 00    600,000  N. C   5,000,000 00 2oo,ooo  loo,ooo 00 loo,000  275,000 00   55,OO0  12,000 00 l,2oo,ooo  l,5oo,ooo 00 l,fioo,of)o  3,000,000 00 2,fio6,ooo  25o,ooo 00 1,000,600  600,000 00 12o,ooo  l,25o,ooo 00 l,25o,ooo  $ lo,ooo 00  $ 5 00 12,ooo 00  1 00 275,ooo 00  1 00 21o,ooo 00  1 00 15,ooo 00  1 00 13,188 00  5 00 IGo.ooo 00  1 00 4oo,ooo 00      2o,ooo 00  25 00 l,3o5.ooo 00  1 00 213,lo0 00  DISTRICT.  5 00  ol  1 00  1 00  25  5 00  1 00  1,000,000 00jl.000,000 ' 1 06  600,000 00  Sop.ooo 00  N. C.  N. 0.  l,75o.ooo 00  1,000,000 00  625,ooo 00  12o,ooo  l.ooo.ooo  l,75o,ooo  1,000,000  , 125,ooo  5 on  1 on  1 00  5 00  27,5oo 00  5o,ooo 00  373,000 00  1,420.000 00  25,ooo 00  25,000 00  22o,ooo 00  287,500 00  125,000 00  525,ooo 00  2o,ooo 00  55,ooo 00  545,25o 00  38.poo 00  lfl4,ooo 00  Suk-ax.  ��������� Sj^ocan*.  Cash* AIcKixnkv.  Rossiaxd.  Nelson.  Sj.ocax.  Nelson.  Slogan."  Slocan.  Rossland.  Slogan.  Slocan.  Slocan.  East Kootenay.  Slogan.  Nklson.  Slocax.  Slocan.- *  Slogan. <  Slogan.  Slogan.  Slogan.  Sj.ooax.  Rossland.  Si.onAX.  Slocan.  ^ D^initions:    S. I.-Silver-Lead ;   G.-Gold;   G. C.-Gold and Copper;  G. S.-Gold  and Silver; N. C-Not incorporated. In addition to above values, the' Payne, Slocan Star,  Bosun  Ivanhoe, Whitewater and Enterprise Mines carry heavy Zinc values,  which today is a  valuable product.  TICKETS  TO ALL POINTS  East and West  VIA  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Tacoma, Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Through Tnlace and Tourist Sleeper**.  Dinintr & Buffett Smoking Library Cars.  2  Fast Tmins at Convenient Hours  Between Spokane & PugetSound  For rates, folders and, full imformation  regarding trips, call on or address anv  ag< nt 0. R. & N. Company.  A. B.C. ripiinieton,       H. Brandt,  G. W. P. A. C. P.&T.A.  ���������. Sf-atlle, Wash.     Spokane, Wash  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEVOB.  SANDON. B.C.  ,0ook'i Cotton Boot Compoaai  linr^T0<!.e,BSfai1? need monthly by over  ���������10,000Ladies. Safe, effectual. Lidies ask  Minl.. Take no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  Imitations are dangerous. Prloe, No. 1. Slner  box: Wo. 8 io degrees stronger.isI per box. No!  It/J^11^ 0,^rec������1Pt of Price and two Ment  te?;������ VSaPe?���������"01?**** Windsor,Ont.  B^Nqs J. and 2 sold and recommended hv -ill  rwponsible Druggists ia Canada. *  m  Mj<i*ft-rt.'  ���������SS^Si^SSS^^SSK^'VsflSKS & -.aaKHKSSgFMn'-w^^  mmmtovammmimuiumi .���������ffpp-  THE xMINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March  7, 1903.  B. C. MINING ASSOCIATION.  Urges the Government to Settle  Labor Troubles���������Do, Away  With Two Per Cent Tax  ,,     The   Provincial   Mining   Association  which has been in  session   in  Victoria  concluded its important work Tuesday  Over 250 delegates we,r������ in attendance  and represented  nearly   every   mining  camp of the province.   They were made  /. up ofmineownera, smelter men, miners,  'vjv merchants   and   farmers,   in   fact  all  who are  interested in   mining.     The  meeting waa carried though without the  slightest dierupture which is more than  was expected   when   one  realizes   the  great undertaliing of the organization,  the   great  diversity  of  opinions  that  would naturally be developed, where so  many interests were at   variance   with  one and another.  The following officers were elected:  President', John Keen, Kaslo; first vice-  president, J. B. Hobson, Cariboo; second vice-president, I). W. Biggins, Victoria; secretary, A.L. Belyea, Victoria;  treasurer, A. B. Fraser, Victorir.  A committee of ten was appointed to  draft a constitution and by-laws, and  rules of order for the guidance of the  association. The fallowing will constitute the committee: / C. T. Rand, J.  B. Hobson, Hon. D. W. Higgins, Chris.  Foley, A. 0. Gait, Senator Reed, S. S.  Taylor, W. S. Drewry, Jas. Staples, M.  P. P., and A.C. Flumerfelt.   , ,;{ % '  Besides an executive committee of  15 members was appointed selected from  all mining sections of the province.  The convention was one of succes and  should prove successful of bringing  about-beneficial legislation to our now  languid mining conditions. A great  many strong by-laws-were drafted and  passed, all of which Were suggestive of  some measure by which the mining industry would be benefitted.  The following resolutions adjusting  difference between capital and labor  were adopted:  ���������'This association shall be'.-non-political and shall not permit discussion in  any of its convention or meetings of  social problems; nor shall it interfere in  anyway with labor unions, provided,  however, that the association shall be  at liberity to use its good offices in adjusting and settling labor difficulties."  ������������������'Resolved, that the goyernment of  Britis-h Columbia be hereby requested  to forthwith appoint a commission of  three members, who duty it shall be to  examine as fully as possible into the  existing relations of employer and em-  ploy������e etigagt'd in the mining industry  in th'.s province, and to gather data on  the question of capital and labor therein employed ; said commission in meantime be regarded hh a conciliation board  in any mining labor troubles that may  occur, with si view to the settlement and  prevention of such trade disturbancos."  By Chris. Foley: "Resolved that the  ���������jov^i'nment be respectfully requested to  constitute the said board of conciliation  by the appointment of the following:  (a) One practical mine manager; (b)  one practical mine worker, and (c) a  chairman mutually agreed upon by the  other two. This board shall have the  power to collect, information uudei oath,  and its future duty  shall   be   to   make  prompt repi'it from time to time to tlie  minister of mines, through whom the  press and public may be informed of the  situation."  Resolutions were also passed  endorsing those passed at Sandon   in connection with the silver-lcadindustry, favo:-  ing the abolition of the two   per  ceij.t.  tax, asking that the collection   of dues  by the government in rasped to timber  and cordwood used by the owners upon  mines and mineral claims   be  discontinued, suggesting amendments  to   the  signal code, asking for smaller fees and  less exacting rules with respect toboiler  inspection, declaring that the rights required under a free   miner's certificate  should     not     be  ' forfeited    in     case  that cert ih'cateshould lapse,   that  "for  the purpose of taxation a crown granted  placer claim should , be   placed   in   the  same position as other mineral   claims,  and exemption from the tax imposed by  section 145 should  be extended   to   all  groups of crown   granted' claims   upon  any of which   claims assessment   work  for the whole group may have been performed."    Another I'esolulion   asking  that British Columbia   be   represented  by counsel at   the   Alaskan   boundary  commission.  The convention further favored the  reduction of crown grant fees from $25  to $10, and wants the government to assist in the suppression of fraudulent  wild-catting. A resolution was also  passed favoring the allowing of pros-  spectors to stake claims in the railway  belt without paying on a basis of *}5 an  acre, and that prospectors on dominion  railway lands be allowed free uso of surface rights.  Lead Going Up.  The upward rise of lead on the London market is hailed with delight by  the Slocan lead producers. This metal  was quoted at ������12.16s. 3d. this week  the highest point attained for a great  many months. The rise in price appears to have all the indications of being permanent, and strong reasons are  entertained that it will still go much  higher. When one considers that the  consumption is grow apace of the production, -'which appears to be the case,  prices must advance aa a consequence.  It is a well known fact that the lead  producing mines of the United States  are failing to meet the increasing consumption and even with the large importation from Mexico doe9 not appear  adequate to fill the gap. If the Kootenay should secure the protection it i'b  seeking it will be enabled to share richly  in filling the shortage. Through this  tariff it will be master of the Canadian  or home.'market, realizing a handsome  price, while at the same time taking  advantage of reasonable London quotations to work off our over-prodution in  other countries.  Tho dull man bores you but the sharp  one skins you.  About the only force somepeoplrfhave  is the force of habit.  Every time an argument gains you a  friend it loses you two old ones.  "What is your rule of business���������your  maxim?" was asked of a Wall street  baron. "Very simple," he answed. "I  pay for something that I can't get, with  money that I haven't got, and then sell  what I never had for more than it ever  cost."  I have now in stock a choice assortment of  Nickel  Enamelled  ��������� c-  Remember I am Headquatrers for Plumbing and  Sheet Metal Roofing.  Tinsmith & Plumber,  Sandon, B. C.  Anything- in the line of  *  i  I  4'  A  &  **"  i  t-  i  l  /  /  ?  . x  -i  -7  /  feps^^^ tot  THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, March 7,  1903.  Slocan Ore SMpuients.  Buying Mexican "silver*Mines.  The activity of the t-iuggenheim Ex-  p.iorntion Company -iii Mexico, is ru-  We have been asked by eastern sub- ^.rch-d with groat "intert-Pt .throughout  scribers who are interested in the Slocan j 1/lui f-jfff-rou't ���������ict.al markets. This'coin-  mines to keep the ore shipments stand-! piUiy |1!1S lieen (.omiijn{Z fur nia���������y  ing if possible. The following-are tlie j m,,������������������,',������'soin<j of the richest mincial  shipments from the  1st of January   to   properties in that, country.      ft has  al-  date:  Sandon.  Payne  ���������..'.'.  300  Slocan Star :"  38GX  Ivanhoe '. '. ....:... 1U0K  American Boy  272  Reco  93  Ruth  21  Blue Bird'.  20  Idaho  21  Monitor  270  Queen Bcj-3   102  Total..., >  1477%  Zinc. ,. ���������  Payne -'  553 ���������  Ivanhoe  ISO '  readj* brought under one niaiiagciiH-nt  a.niinoral territory of (-normons extent  and richness. The comj-any mines its  ores but does not. enter into the lmni-  iiets of smelt in jr. In fact, in one iu-  Ptance, whore it obtained incidentally a  -"���������melting plant, in purchasing a mine,  it forthwith turned over the smelter to,  the American Smeltijsg& RefiningCom-  pany, Ai ti Ls ores are. turned over to  the smelling company for treatment,  und in this way it booonies a most important, contributor to the business, of  thc; latter.    *  m: l. grimmett, lx. b.  Barrister, Solicitor,  Notary  Public, Etc.  "  Sandon, British Columbia.  bn  atuitic mmm mm  To and from European points via Canadian  and American lines. Apply for sailing dates,  rates and full information to any C. P.K. agent  . or A. 11. Lewis, Agent, Sandon,  W.P. H. Curnmlng.s, Gen.S.S. Agent.Winuipeg  Alta Lodge, No. 20.  A. F. AND A. M.  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Jfoeu first Thursday in each month at 8 p. m.  Visiting brethren cordially invited.  JAMES M. BARTON, Sec'y.  air  est  Try  Lethbridgt-   Oul.   then   you   will  have the best, and  cheapest..   This  coal  will make thehottopfcand briglites-r. fires,'  besides it is earily handlod, us it is very  clean.   We have it for all kinds of grate.  Why yon' should buy  rr-*A  Total  733  Mt'GUIGAN.  Rambler :  282 W.'  Antoine      SI  Red Fox      24  Slocan Boy   Silver Glance.  Surprise   Rio   16  Total   Slocan   Lakh   Points  472  Arlington      40  Black Prince...  Bondholder   Bosun   Dayton   Enterprise   Fisher Maiden.  Ottawa....:   Republic:.    17    1    100    I    165    20C    80   ��������� 20  Meteor  12  Total  (579  Highland Cattle.  The above is the title of the painting  reproduction presented by the Free  Press, Winnipeg, to the leaders of its  weekly for the month of February. The  rough, phiiggy coated cattle of the Scottish. Highland.**, so different from the  animal of our Canadian Northwest, a*e  admirably depicted in this excellent  copy of Watson's celebrated painting.  The animals are grouped in the foreground and have the form of an irregular pyramid with the leader of the herd,  a picturesque figure, ut the apex, and  this is agreebly balanced by the masses  of mountains to the right and left of the  picture. Clouds floating through the  misty atmosphere give a pleasing variety of color and value by the shadows  which they cast upon the landscape.  The pictures of \y*. Watson are seldom  seen in exhibition for the reason that  Liis success in the painting of animals  has been bo'great that for many years liis  work has been'purchased before it left j  the easel. He rarely paints more than  three or four pictures a year and all are  executed with the completeness and  and painstaking attention lo detail  shown in "Highland Cattle."  Because il is the b^t quality.  BeCclUSe '1; -s ",e ,-,ost lasting chew.  Because a is tho l������-'2<?st '-'a1' grade  5 to 10c. plug.  Because the tag/- are  valuable for  pre-  miums until Jan. ist, 1904.  Because we gnarantpo every  plug, and  Bseauso your dealer ia authorized to refund vour money if you are not  satisfied.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, Ltd.  run 1���������1 -��������� r mjii ihtij i*   u���������-TTf���������-**������������������^���������*-���������*������������������ *"���������" *���������-���������������������������������������������������-������������  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Crossfell and Ethel Fraction. Mineral ''laims,  situatcin the Slocan Mining Division of  West K'ooteiuiy restrict Where located:���������  At   thc honl of Eis*ht Mile ("reek*.  Take notice that. I, Robert Ewin, Free Miner's  Certificate No IJ. 6U090, ititcd, si -cty days fi'om  the <'ate hereof, if apply "> tne ���������',fi''i''g ,{<--  corder for n (���������erlifi"iito of lmprov"m">iiis, fnr  the purpose of obl-Jining a Crown Grant of Ihe  abov<" citiinis.  And further take notice that action, under  section :?7, must be commenced before tho  i.s.-iiiiin.ic of such Ortilifftie of Improvement.  Dated this 1st day of February, A. I). ]pii:t.  Kobe it Ewin.  A ���������  Established 1858.  m  Co.  riannfacttirers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  BlSiiUlU. m MMmM  VICTORIA, B. C.  BRANCH-VANCOUVER, B. C.  E.-/F. Cameron.  j mm COFFEE cs  I ROATE  I     Dealers in TEA and COFFEE.  -I I  Wo are offerim- at-the lowest prices  the best trades of'"avion, India, china  and Japan Teas.  Kor Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootenay Coffee Co.,  P. 0. BOX 182.  jj   WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON, B.C.  z *nc~*krxK*���������rjuixextf5et7r-.'  50   YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  *������T������fl l������������i������ *fcm> i***p wm i  w  w Twaweva*n\ntr*i,wmt  "COllI'ANIE-5 ACT,'S*17,"  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  NELSON & FORT SHEPHERD RAILWAY CO.  RED MOUNTAIN RAILWAY 'CO.  WASHINGTON & G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. & E. RY. & N. CO.   o   The only all rail route between east, wes  and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forkt  and Republic. Connects at Spokane with ths  Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. e  N. Co for points oust west and south; .connects  at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian  Pacific Railway.  Connects at Nelson with K. XI. &. N. Co. for  Kaslo and K. it S. points.  Connects at Curlew with singe for Greenwood and Midway, 13. c.  JSufTettcars run on trains between Sp:kane  and Republic.  Effective \Tov. 52,1002.  Leave. Arrive.  fl:'-"5a. m Spokane  5:45 p.m.  10:15 a. in Rossland 2:30 p. m.  7:00 a. in  Nelson s.-MJ p. m.  11:00 a. m Grand Forks ..4:00 p. m.  9:15 a. ru Republic 5:40 p.m.  H. A. JACKSON, G. P. it T. A.,  Spokane, Wash,  G. K.T*-' K-MH/RY,  A-fent, Nelson, B.C.  Mill Co.  I  N0T7C-K IS HlCItlCIlV 'OIVEN that Wii.uam  . Stkwaut Jknkins, Mine ManiiKcr, of Al.  uirro, !i. c , has been appointed Attorney for  "ThcSeottlHh f.'olonia' Gold Fields Limited,"  in place of Ohoikie XV. Huchks of the same  j'luce  Dated this 21at day of January, ion:).  '     S. Y. WOOTTON,  Retjistrnr of Joint Stock Companies  Trade Marks  Designs  Copyrights &c.  Anvone sending a Hl-ctch and dcacriptlon mny  quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an  invention is probably patentable. Communications Btrlctly confidential.- Handbook on Patents  sent free. Oldest nirency for sccuriiiR patents.  Patents taken tlirouirli Mtinn & Co. receive  special notice, without charec, In tlie  SckMific Jlieriass.  A handsomely lllustrntod weekly. I,nrce-it clr-  culiitlon of any HCloiitltlc Journul. Terms, (3 a  your: four months, fl. Boldbyall nowsdonlers.  MUNN&Co.36,B--oadw^KewYork  Branch Olllco, 625 V St.. WasliluKton, ������. C.  /Edverffse tj\  TKe TQIivir^ Review.  In summer the continuous coil  takes up the slack.  The actual weight of a ton of conl an  sold by some dealers these days is a  dark secret.    .'  Page 'Woven Wire Ferice  All  fences slacken  in warm weather and "          _ tighten in cold���������except  the Patfo Fence.  In the winter season pays it back. Pago spring coil takes up tbo slack in Burn-  ���������   ^ - mer andletsitoutiu winter. No Iookc sagging  , _ . in summer, no straining or breaking in win-  ��������� 1   I J?r-Oomnion enmped wiro is not spring tempered and if ifc slackens it stays slackened; if it  J tightens it loosens again worse than ever.    Pago wire is tempered torcgulato its own  tension summer and winter.   (JO.OOO miles of Pago wirofoncein uso now.  The Page Wire Fsnco Co., Limited, WalkerviUe, Ont. Montreal, P.Q., and Gt. John, N.B. 0  niji iii Hiiiiiiim mini 11 hi hi  E. Q. PRIOR & CO., General Agents, Victoria, Vancouver and Kamioops.  I  LIMITED.  International Natation llnlm Co., Lid,  Kaslo I Sl������cas Railway Company,  NOTICE.  {'oiisinopcing Sunday, August 17th, 19(12, the  following time card will be in effect on  Kootenay r.al*e and K. cfr S. Ky.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaSLO-SAXDON route. ,  !i:r0a.in. leave Kaslo.... .arrive  3:16p.-in  Id; il) a.m. leave..Whitewater...lenv-v 1M1! p. 111  11:0i) a in. leavo.....VGuigau. ...leavo 1 :ti ]>. in  11 :'25 a.m. arrive..,. .Sandon leave 1:00 p. m  , A direiH conneciion is made at Kaslo with  stt inner both to and from .Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  KASr.O-NELSOX ROUTE.-  .fi:00 n.m. leave Nelson arrive   715 p.m  3::i,5i).m arrive. ...Kaslo leave.-8:40. p. m  Culling regularlv at Aiusworth and Pilot  Kny and at all way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson ������fc Fort  Sheppard Railway both to and from Rossle.nd,  Spokane', Etc.  Tic!*etssold to nil points in T'nitod States ami  (���������aiiuda-vi-i. Great iNorthern, Northern J'aelfie.  O. P.. A X. Co , >te., &e. ''  Ocean and steciiiship tickets anri rates via all  lines ������ill bo furnished on a, plication.  For further particulars call on or address  Roht. Irving, ManngerKaslo, B. C.  Gko. Huston, Agent,Sandon.  As  ���������WiiJtiaBifliB*i*^^ mr.  THE MINING REVIEW-SATURDAY, March  Town Jottings.  The warm sun by day and the hard  frost at night of the past two weeks lias,  packed tlie snow so hard as to uiakei  elides almost impossible. Unless a  heavy fall of rain occurs (here is little i  danger of slidescomingclownonly ** here  they occur annually.  Metal Quotations.  Silver, 48^80 p������r oz.  Copper, $13.25 percental  Lead, $4.12>f> per cental  Spelter (zinc) $5.10  The St. Andrews Presbyterian church  will hold service* SunJay in Pitts' store  ��������� in    tho    evening,     when    the     Rev.  R.   E.   Robb, the pastor  will   occupy  the pulpit.   Sabbath school   arid   Bible  class Sunday afternoon at 2.30 p. in.  Methodist church services on Sunday  when the pastor, R. J. Mclntyre, will  preach at 11 a. ru. and 7.30 p. m. Morning subject " John's Gospel" and even-  subject "Accountability to God." Sunday school   in   the   afternoon  at  2.30.  McGuigan Ore Shipments.  The following ore shipment*! were  shipped from this point for the month  of February:  Rambler -. '.   Antoine   Rio   Surprise   -150J������  44  ,    9  3%  Total.  Application was made Thursday in the  court chambers Nelson, to have the  action dismissed in Lhe Byron N. White  vs. San-Inn Waterworks case on the  ground that certain necessary papers  had not been filed. The application was  adjourned   for a week.  It is confidently expected   that   the  coal strike at Fernie will  be settled   in  a   few   days.   A  committee  composed  of representatives of capital  and labor,  approved    by   the   Provincial   Mining  Association, are now at   the   scene  of  trouble and will endeavor to adjufct   the  difficulty. The manager of the company  has placed the books at the   disposal  of  the committee and  will do   all   in   his  power to help in bringing about a settlement.   When such a spirit is shown  by  the company jt proves they   have little  to fear from the investigation.  With the Curlers.  207  H-*T^-T-K-r**f-f-H-H-H-t*> f, H ** H ��������� t H+:  The Daintiest Fruffs,  The FresXesf Groceries,  Choicest Smoked TOeafs  and Canned Goods*  Delicacies T* Preserved Goods, alwa/s in stock af  The following is the schedule of games  for next week :  Ships. Day   Time   Ice  Hall vs Grimmett Mon.   7.30 No. 1  Scott vs Crawford " "  McLachlan vs Grimmett Tues "  Gomm vs Hall  Cavanaugh vs McMillan Wed "  Scott vs Hall ���������    "  McLachlan vs Crawford Thin a "  Cavanaugh vs Grimmett Fri "  Gomm vs McMillan        Sat      "  " 2  " 1  " 2  " 1  "2  " 1  " 1  "  1  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.,  Hotel Reeo Arrivals.  Dividends of Sioean Mines.  The table of the dividends paid by the  miries in eastern British  Columbia appears in this issue.   The statistics werei  compiled by E. M. Sandilands,  broker!  of this city, who has been  painstaking |  to secure reliable information from the'  proper  source,   and ' therefore may be J  credited as nearly accurate as possible. |  The  Slocan   mines  present a splendid j  showing* for the short  peroid   of  pros-1  perity enjoyed by this district, and has '  paid more dividends to their sharehold- f  ���������.���������rs than all the other mining sections!  of   British   Columbia  combined.   The I  Payne heads the list, the amount being J  P If Walsh, Paul Smith, Alex Smith,  H Giegericli. Mrs C Dickson, Kaslo; W  D DeVeber, Mrs   G B   Garrett.   W   H  Sandiford, New Denver; R.J Hamilton,  Walker Smith, J J   Campbell, Nrlson ;  Harry Harford, Grand Forks; W R Mc-  Gaw, Vernon ; S A Jackson, Brockville;  ! Chas D Hunter,. Phoenix;   Mrs   AC  Garde and son, Mrs B P Little and son,  Payne mine; John Bull, Slocan City; P  K O'Hern,   Seattle; C  J  Fulton,   M  Ralston, Thos C.Gray, Vancouver;  Jas  Hunter, Rossland ; C D Lawson, North-  port; W B Stratharn,  Rosebery*   Fred  G Smith, Toronto; D W More, Trail; A  G Gleiiwiil,   Winnipeg;. O  Brett  and  wife, Nakusp; W B Grant, J Turner, W  Mem broil', Hamilton.  SANDON, B. C.  HEAD OFFICE-NELSON, B. C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND, NELSON, KASLO, TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND FORKS.  PHOENIX,   FERNIE,   CRANBROOK.   FORT STEEL.  * 1.420,000, or  nearly half  of  its  total  SEVEN TO ONE  capitalization.     The   Slocan  Star   has <  paid to date $525,000, or $25,000 over its '  amount   of  subscribed   capital, which  speaks well for the management of that  property.   The ether. Slocan  mines on  the list have   all   paid   large amounts,  notably   the    Idaho   mines,   Ramblpr-  Cariboo, Last Chance, Reco and Whitewater.   Although none of the mines are  paying dividends at  present, it  is  expected the com ing summer will witness  a period of unprecedented activity  in  silver-lead minin-.-, in (.lie event of the  protective legislation r.f-ked of the Federal government heing ���������.runted, and the  Slocan again aFsume th<- proud position  she   held   before���������the   best  producing  centre for investing capital of the whole  Dominion of Can-.da.  Every time an argnment gains-you  a  friend it lo.ses you two o'd ones.  Sometimes the weight goes  up that way when taking Scott's  Emulsion. Seven pounds of  new, liealthy flesh from a one  pound bottle of Scott's Emulsion is on record.  Scott's    Emulsion    brings  everything to its aid ; good appetite, strong  digestion,  rich  blood, new body strength, and  above all the power, to get all  the good out of ordinary food.  For those who are in need  of more flesh there is nothing  better.    Thin folks������������������try it 1  NEW YORK BREWERY,  SANDON  Towgood & Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial-saisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  We'll send you a little to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   HOWNF.,      Cliembta,  Toronto  Neat Work Promptly  turned out is keeping  us busy.       We can  still do yours. Try us.  J������

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