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Array VOL. 6.���������NO. 2_.  SANDON, B. C, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2i),  ^902.  .00 PE.R YEAR.  WONDERFUL CLOSES.  After. a   Period  of . Two  Years  Steady Work���������Low Price  the   Cause.  The Wonderful mine closed down  Wednesday, for a while at least, throwing six men out of employment; as Sir.  Warner's two year, lease on lhe property  expires, and owing to the low prices of  both silver and lead associated with  other conditions compells him to forego  renewing his lease.  Mr. Warner during his term of  lease  drove 2000 feet of tunnelling   and   upraises, shipping therefrom  200  tons   of  ore of an average; value of $4S   per   ton.  After paying ten per   cent,   royalty   to  the Wonderful company, owners of   the  property, along with the deduction   by  way of sincltcri'-hargeshefoundiian un-  reniunerative during thelifeof the lease,  and consequently a loosing investment.  He spent all told $13,500 in development  and states from the time of talcing hold  of the property until the prosei.it he has  practically  been   in   ore   through   the  workings. This proved to be principally  concentrating, averaging five feet   from  wall to wail with uoekets of clean  shipping ore, going 100 ounces of silver   and  50 per cent, lead disseminated  throughout the ledge.  Mr. Warner further states that if the  prices of metals were favorable this concentrating ore would pay to eliip.  It is expected the mine will only remain closed a'short time as Mr. Warner  has been notified the company will  themselves resume development with  himself in charge.  Mr. Warner has great faith yet in the  Wonderful and if conditions were of  such a nature to permit tlie ore already  in the property to he shippedata profit,  he would have no hesitency in seeking a  renewal lease.  against hi,lucky opponent to recover  the amount;, trumping up the usual  charges that form a law Biiir. in gambling. The case came up for a hearing,  his charges fell Hi rough and he lost the  case as well. This apparently brought  him to his sent-ow, and seeing the mistake he made, which was liable to hurt  him with the gambling "profesh," he  prevailed upon the other fellow to each  pay their own costs and let tho matter  drop. The latter agreed to do so, and  that pen-pusher feels so small now that  he could crawl in a knot hole and plug  the hole after him, whining to himself  "Oh give me back my money or I'll proceed to take the law."  A*r. J. M. Harris isspending this ���������eek  in .Spokane.  J. W. ���������'Jaukrog.-.!-, foreman ul the Star,  paid Nelson a business vis-jt, for a few  daye this week'.  Mr. and Mrs. C. Culver left Thursday  for Seattle, where they will make their  home for the winter.  Local News  Notes.-  P. M. Hayes is now a resident, of Nelson, for the most part of the winter at  least.  Chief Waite whs out with the snow  plough on Monday clearing the snow ofi'  the sidewalks.  A strike of lOincherofsoIidhighgrade  galena was struck on the Fisher Maiden,  and as a consequence the working force  will be increased.  J. E. Porritt of the Payne mill went  to New Denver on Thursday to make  arrangements for his wife and family to  go to England in the near future.  The skating rink is now in good shape  and weather nermitting it is expected  to be ready for skating on Dec. 1st. Geo.  Creech will be the ice man this year.  Thursday was the American Thanksgiving Day and was generally observed  in Sandon. Some of the stores were  closed and the hotels put up a turkey  dinner.  Louis   Huppertbn,   the   shoeist,   left  ZIN.G ADMITTED FREE.  Word Reaches the City Thursday  Morning to that Effect.  Mrs.   Geo.   Fluston   returned,   home  Sunday    from   a   month's   vfsit   with   suddenly   for   parts   unknown early in  friends in Montana. the week, and the sheriff" is  in   posses-  .r     ,  r,   tl .,. ,   , i sion on account of non-payment of rent  Mr. deR. Roseau., and  family   left  for over ten months.  Saturday lastfot Olympia, Wash., where  they will spend the winter holiday?.  J. S. Carter, d;striet passenger   agent  of tho 0. P. R. at Nelson, spent   a   few ;  days in town this week on'railway mat-!  teie  Great preparations are being made by  the children for the Xmas tree and concert to be given in tbeMethodistchurch  on Xmas eve.  "Shady" Giegerich is back to town  after a month's vist.it t,o Spokane and  other places of interest, in the States.  No doubt he replenished his stock of  "puns" which will be heard of later.  The "Kitty" Hit Him.  A certain editor, not eo very far from  Sandon, used to take great pleasure  when he ran short of "copy" in sneer-  ingly referring to a person connected  with this paper not long ago, to the refrain of "Oh, give tne back my seven  dollars." The phrase repeated so often  was becoming stale, and to give it a  touch of color he intended to writes  poem about it, which never appeared.  He has lately had an experience of  his own about which he would do well  to write an assay on, as there is more  truth than poetry in his "expose." Tlie  same editor has always some "stud horse  poker," "jack pots," "full hand" and  "hit the kitty" expressions in his sheet,  but it seems the "kitty" turned on him  some days ago and "hit" him to the  amount of a few hundred dollars in a  fair and square game of poker. The loss  of so much money in these hard times  was to much for him to bear as became  a man, and instituted legal proceedings  His Lordship Bishop Dontenwill arrived in town Thursday evening and  held Confirmation service in St.Joseph's  church here on Friday morning. His  Lordship leaves today for Kaslo, where  he will hold service tomorrow.  A picked Scottish rink of curlers are  about tn make a tour of Canada and  play a series of curling games. If these  denizens of the "brume and stane"  would only visit thr recesses of our mountainous domains, Sandon would be inclined to tackle them as many times as  the should like to in the "roaring  game."        l  We have received the initial   number  of the "Soo Daily Pioneer," a new venture of Mr. Chas. Cliffe, late of theMiN-  i.vg Revncw.    It is a brigh t, breezy seven  column  four page paper, with'  a  good  advertising patronage.   In the flourishing town of SaultSte. Marie Mr. Cliffe'e  ability   will   be  appreciated   and   the  hearty support he has met in  his   new  enterprise seem to be improving  with  each issue of  the  Pioneer.     We   wish  him every success in hisnew journalistic  field and that he may merit the esteem  of the people whose interest he is  now  ing bring before the public.  Knowles hotel at Silverton was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night, which  is supposed to have started from a stove  upstairs. There was no insurance on  the building and only a few cases of  whiskey were saved.  The rink company's ball on Thursday  night was a grand success from every  point of view. The spacious hall was weil  filled with lovers of the mazy waltzeand  mystic reel. Dancing commenced about  half-past nine and continued until after  three o'clock, with an intermission at  midnight for lunch.  Rod McNeill is back from spending  the summer in the Northwest Territories. !  He and his brother have taken up land  in the land oE promise, near Lacornbe  and will go in for ranching next summer. He states that quite a number ol  Slocanites are taking up land in the  same locality with a view to following a  similar vocation.  J. R. Fisher is back in the   city  spending the summer at Ashiiola,  will remain here   for   the   winter  j again open up the Brewery hotel.  Fisher relates an experience ho  had in  that country a few daya   ago.     It   was  after driving II. Pitts and Allan Stubbs  by team from Aslinolato Penticton and  while on his return home begot caught  in a severe snow storm, causing him to  wander around with his team for  three  days during the storm. When the storm  had spent itself on the third day he encountered a woodsman who   acquainted  him with his surroundings.      lie found  he had entirely lost  his   bearings  and  was twenty-eight miles   on   the  other  side   of  Fairview entirely in   the op-  posit direction to where he  was going.  His horses were badly used up and  he,  himself, suffered in no other way   than  beingput to considerable inconvenience.  ,The welcome news reached the city  Thursday morning by wire to the effect  that the indefiniteness of the duty  atteudengthe admittance of Slocan zinc  ore into the United Stales free had been  finally decreed in favor of this country,  and as a consequence' the trial shipments held up at North port by the  custom's authorities awaitingtherulings  from Washington, will now be allowed  to proceed to its destination, Ioia, Kan-'  sas, without further difficulty.  Mr. Jones will be in   Sandon  in   the  course of a few day and will finally complete, the negotiations for zinc contracts.  What stimulating effect this will have  upon the mining  situation   in   Sandon  and vicinity this winter is not apparent  yet, but as there is   avast  amount  of  preliminary work in preparing the zinc  '  into a marketable  form, such as going  through the roasting process to separate  the zinc from such ingredients that  are  penalized byLanyon Smeltingcompariy,  and as winter has set in these   rosteries  will most likely not be built until spring,  and   there/ore,   under ' these    circumstances it is hardly likely   that  Sandon  will benefit   by   any   large   shipments.  The only mines at present in a position .  to   make-moderate shipments are   the  Payne, Ivanhoe and <he   Slocan   Star.  The former two are working their  eon-  ceutiators night and day   on   zinc  ores  while the latter property bus not so   far  made any   commencement, and  before  they could do so would have to overhaul  the machinery of their mill.  after  He  and  Mr.  Sandon Ore Shipments.  The following arc the ore shipments  from Sandon for the week :  Mine. Tone.  . SILVER-LEAD.  American Boy  (53  Slocan Star  54  Rambler  44  Red Fox ; 22>.<  Slocan Boy , 21  Total.... ;..234>_  ZINC.  Payne.; 153  Ivanhoe  52  Total.  210  ���������    Metal Quotations.  Silver, 47^'c per oz.  Copper, $11.50 per cental  Lead, %4.l2}i per cental  Spelter (zinc) $5.20.  The first curling of the season was in  dulged in last night and a meeting   wil[  be held this evening to elect  skips   for  the coming winter. fill  ���������i-  THE MINING REVIEW���������Satokday, November  29, 1902.  The Mining Review,  SATURDAY,   NOVEMBER  29,    1002.  PRIOR IS PREMIER.  Tho inevitable has transpired, at Victoria, and the gloomy pall that has been  overhanging B. C.  for the   past   year  has been obllberated, for a timeat least,  by the resignation of Preniiur Dunsniuir  and hie recommendation of   Col.   Prior  to the lieiu- governor, Sir   Henri   July,  as his successor.    His   tenure of  office  has no'; been an enviable one and to  be  released from its trials and tribulations  is most assuredly to his liking.    .During  his regime some very   bad   legislation  was attributed to him and his cabinet.  This can be placed more to his endeavor  to keep the government  intact  rather  than to sel/ish  motives.     One  day   lie  would   find   a   member  of .the house  an   ardent  supporter of his   while the  next would find him with thcopposition  members,    having bolted   during   the  night, and to reunit liim Mgain with his  supporters he was -compelled   to have  introduced some particular measure, no  matter how unsatisfactory it would  be  to province at huge, to save the government's downfall.   This was particurlarly  noticeablein the two percent, tax   and  his desire to give the whole arable portion of the province away to the Canadian Northern..  In naming Col. Prior as his successor  it would be hard to find a better selection, _ as the gallant Colonel has  some very admirable traits of character,  and with a strong following no undue regard for the country's welfare  need be feared. He has a good insight to  the requirements of the mining sections  of the province and we hazard an opinion that a great many injudiciousrestri-  tions that are now hampering thiscoun-  try will be either modified or annulled;  That he will be able to carry on'the  government there ia little doubt; oven  if his majority is small, he bus the satisfaction of knowing the opposition is  hopelessly divided. Its leaders have the  knife into each other as well as tlie government, and before the coining .es-don  is far advanced he is likely to secure a  few followers from their broken ranks  and strengthen bis party in the House.  The new premier has recently concluded a trip over tho mining districts,  of tlio province and is fully alive to the  present condition of the industry, and  as tho mining laws are certain to bo  brought before the House at tho next  session of the legislature, some changes  aro looked for, and we would not be  surprised if the, two per cent, tax is  modified or repealed altogether.  There is very little change in the new  cabinet from the old one, and after sifting the many contradictory reports sent  out the following is about correct:  Col. E. G. Prior, Premier and Minis-  CONSUMPTION  Right food���������right medicine  ���������right'  lime���������these   t h r e e  rcgulates the production and   prices  of  our  silver  and    lead���������the    American  Smelting Trust.  While looking to the American  Trust  things are Of the Utmost impor- [ or tlio indepundaht  smelting concerns  across the line they   can   not   hope   to  tance to the consumjrtive.  Right food and right medicine  ���������these are contained in Scott's  Emulsion of pure cod-liver oil.  Right time is at. first sign of  disease. Right time is now. ���������  Scott's    Emulsion    always  helps, ofien cures. Ordinary  food helps feed. Fresh.air  helps cure. Scott's Emulsion  does both.    Begin early.  HVll send you a little to try, if you like.  SCOTT   &   BOWNE,;    Chemists, Toronto  ter of Mines; .D. M. Elierts, Attorney  General; J. D. Prentice, Minister of  Finance; W. C.Wells, Commissioner of  Lands and Works; Donnis Murphy,  Provincial Secretary and Minister of  Education, and W. W. B. Mclnnes,  President of the Council.  PROTECTION THE ONLY CURE.  receive any redress from that source,  as we all aie aware time and again they  htive refusod to accept (Mir ores, unless  taken at their own figures, one which  is below a profit making margin. Not  only has this potent factor confiond itself  to the United States but has subjected  our own infantine smelting industries  to such an extent that they have gone  under its wing.  If legislation on eucli lines aa em-'  bodied in the resolutions passed at the  conference is enacted at Ottawa we can  look for remedy from the depressing  stateof affairs the Slocan is suffering  under at the present time. True, as  some state, it will cause a curtailment  of pur.silver-lead production if we desire a uniformity of price, to about one-  half of what it would normally be if we  were not placed in ad versecircuinstances  .to what they should be. Would not  the mines have a better margin of profit  on what they would produce than give  the    entire    product     away    without  NOTICE.  Iii the matter of 1111 application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of Title lo Mocks 3 and 10  of Lot 891,  Group  I,  Kootenay   District  ' (MapG_0).  NOTJt.J. IS IIERJ-RY GIVEN that it is my  intention to issue ������t the expiration of one  moil'h from the first publication hereof a  duplicate of the Certificate of Title to the above  mentioned lands in tho District of Kooteniiy in  the name of James M: liar ton, which Certificate  is tinted the Cth day of February, 1P02, and  numbered 1157 A.  II. F. MACLKOD,  District .Registrar.  Land Registrv Oflicc,  Nelson, B.C.  9th September, 190..  T     ,    , ., i     ���������   -.-  ���������-������������������( -i i lssu'ince or sncJi certificate of improvement!  In declaring themselves   in   lavor  ot ,; realizing one cent of income   from   the I hated this .3rd day of September, 1902.   ..    ,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Twickenham Mineral Claim, situate iii lho Slocan Mining Division of West Kootenay  District/  Take notice that I, A. R.-Ileyland, agent for  B. Foyle Smith, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B'.D!)'_0S, and Frank C. ditto, Free Miner's  Certilictite Noi 15 0-1500, intend, sixty days from  tho date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Cerlilicatc of'improvements for tho  purpore of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section- HI, must be commenced beforo the  Issuance of such Ccilin'cate of Improvements.  Dated this '23rd day ol September, 3902.  A. R. HEYLAND.  Certificates of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Silver  Baud'.   Twyford,    Winton,   Islington,  Fiiringdon,   Croydon    Fraction.   Kodncy  Mineral   Claims,  situate   in   the   Slocan  Mining Divis'on of West Kootenay District.  Take  not'ee that I, A.  it.  Ileyland, agent  for the Silver Band .Mining  Company,  Free  Miner's .Certificate So. B 09117, intend, sixty  days from tho date hereof,  to apply  to the ;  Mining Reorder for aTer'hicaieof. Improve-;  merits, for lhe purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of each of the above claims.  Aud Anther take notice that action, -under,--,  section 37, must be   commenced  before the  issuance of such  Certificate of Improvements.  protection the silver-lead mining men  have taken the only course open to  conserve all interests. They have virtually decided to free themselves from the  rhoney already invested���������to say nothing  of gutting their mines for   the   purpose  of giving employment to labor.  The output would be,   of  course,   rc-  A. R. HEYLAND.  clutches of that dominant factor   which j sU.ictecl by common consent until   such  ~~~Z   T~     ... ... ,     .1 ~~_    err! t'un& as the.growing   consumption���������un-  How long will it take the man to fill I *    ,;. '  the sack if he does not stop the leak? ! der a pnteciive tariff��������� would call for its  To attempt to nourish the body when the '���������ncl.gafc.e<  stomach is diseased is like trying to fill the  sack with the  hole in it. When  the stomach and  other digestive  and nutritive or-  gans are diseased, there is a  constant loss of  nutrition.  Enough is eaten  but the body  loses flesli,-plain  proof that the  food eaten is  largely wasted  because it is not  digested and assimilated.  Dr. Pierce's  Golden Medical  Discovery cures  diseases of the  stomach and  other organs of  digestion and  nutrition. It  stops the leaks  by which nutrition is lost, and  enables    the  building up of the body by the nutrition derived from food. The gain in  weight proves the cure.  "Three years ago I was taken sick with what  the doctor called nervousness nnd indigestion,"  writes Mrs. Warren K. Parker, of Orange Street,  Nantucket, Mass. "He gave me medicine for  the trouble, but I could not eat even a little toast  or oatmeal without suffering severely. In n few  months I began to have distressing pains right  in the pit of my stomach. I called the doctor  again and be said I had catarrh of stomach;  fave me medicine but it did not do any good,  lost 2S pounds in three months. I then commenced taking Dr. Pierce's medicines nnd soon  began to feel better. I have taken six bottles of  'Golden Medical Discovery,' two of ' Favorite  Prescription * and six vials of Dr. Pierce's Pellets. I have gained ten pounds. Can eat everything." ,   ,  Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cure constipation.  In not being admitted to the silver-  lead conference of mining men here last  a couple of t'e provincial press have  given space in their respective papers  to denouncing the method of excluding  newspapermen from reporting on the  proceedings of the meeting. This is  uncalled for, as a session of this kind���������  a purely private .one���������momentous questions of a secret nature are generally  brought forward���������such a. regulation'.of  smelter rates or questions depending on  the operation of their niine.0,aiid if tbey  were to reach the public may involve  in serious complications to those directly interested. What transpired at  the conference of a general nature was  freely given to the public, through the.  medium of the press, and nothing more  could be expected. Considering the  .question'from the operators point of  view they 'took the only course, open to  them to guard their utterance?, a precaution some editors would do well to  follow.  Zinc is admitted free into the United  Slates and one of the darks clouds hovering over tin' Slocan is? bani.-bed. "We  worder  if   Mr. Jones   kept this intelli-  'BtZi:'^''- Wood's Eiospfcoflineiy  The Great English Remedy.  Sold ond recommended by all  ;_.) druggists in Canada. Only reusable medicine discovered. Six  _ &l>ackages guaranteedto cure all  fornis of Sexual Weakness, all effects of abas_  or excess, Mental Worry, Excessive use of Tobacco, Opium or Stimulants. Mailed on receipt  of price, one paokage $1, six, $5." One will please,  etzwillcure. Pamphlets free to any address.  Tlio Woofl Company, Windsor, Ont.  Wood's I'hosphodiue is sold in Sandon by  E. F. McQueen and F.J. Donaldson, Druggists.  Notice.     '::'������������������  To John H. Gray a'hd to any and  all others to whom he may have  iransfeirt'd his interest iii the Kosedale,  Flower and May Mineral Claims situated on Payne Mountain, in the Slocan  Mining Division of West Kootenay Dis-',  trict, British Columbia. ���������:..''���������'���������''  Take notice   that 1, D. E. Spnigue,a  co-owner in each of   the   said i-ioscdale,  Flower and May  Mineral  Claims, hav���������  expended $102.50 in   doing   and having  recorded   the   annual  a,r-so8_ni.e.:t work  on said Kosedale Mineral Claim  for the  year ending   October 22nd, 1902, as required by section 24 of the Mineral Act,,  and $102.50 in.doing and 'having recorded the annual  assessment work on the  said Flower Mineral Claim for the year  ending August. 12l'h. 1P02, as required bv  .Section 2-1 of the Mineral Act, and$102.  50 in doing and having recorded the annual assessment work ,cm the said May  Mineral ClainiBI'or the year ending August 12th, 1902, as 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 In contribute yrur proportion of the  said expenditure, being  one-eighth   of  tho amount expended in respect, of each  of the said mineral claims amounting to  $12 80 in respect of each of  said   claims  together with all  costs   of   advertising,  your interest in the said claims will   become vested in me. the undersigned  tin-  der the provisions of  Section 4. of the  "Mineral Act, Amendment r\otl900."  The address for payment of  the   said  moneys to me   the pnid   D. E. Sprngne, ���������  is care of McAnn & McKay, Barristere,  Kaslo. JB. C.  ?4  ft'  4  I'  I"  -I  I  I.  I  r  I  "J  3-  gence to himself for some time, to await] Dated the 4th day of November, 1902.  for Thanksgiving.   It looks like it. D.-J3. SPRAGUE.  -|^7:^7^a__i_^  ���������'^/������������������'���������������������������',_,__iBK^������J^,'M������Wi,hj1,  ^^  ,.���������,,...'.." THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, November  29,  1902.  Rich Hampton. Ore.  One of the richest shipments of silver  ore ever passed through tde Hall Mines  smeltrtr was handled last week, the returns being received yesterday. This  was ten tons of picked ore from the  Ham pi on group in the Slocan. The ore  was divided into two lots, and thesecond  grade went 560 ouuces of silver to the  ton, while the first grade reached 1.983  ounces of silver to the ton. Theproper-  - ty is owned by N. F. McNaugbt, and  has had altogether abwut $10,000 worth'  of development work done upon it, although the working has been greatly retarded by the long litigation of which it  has been the subject. The judgement  of the supreme court, having disposed  of thin for good it is extremely probable  will soon reach the position among the  steady shippers that its ore .entitles it  to. The lead ie one hundred feet in  width, with a paystreak along the hanging wall carrying the extremely richore  that is being worked at present. Mr.  McNaught has with him one piece of  ore giving assays^of 17,005 ounces of silver per ton. The values are contained  in a sulphate of silver. Besides the  high grade ore mentioned there is also  an immense quantity of tow grade ore,  the tunnels and upraises connecting all  being in ore. The property is situated  about a mile and one-half from the  Arlington mine, in the Arlington basin.  Work is being shut down for the winter,  but will be resumed first thing in the  spring, when a wagon road is to be built  connecting with the Arlington.���������Nelson  News. '������������������  30.  33.  22.  20.  School Report For November,  Average  attendance    for    month  Greatet attendance at any session  'Least! ������������������ .-':::-;'l>y:":"''/_'.}'. y;'-,..'. ���������' '���������':,;  Tardiness i    :  STANDING OF PUPILS.. & ORDER   OF    MEKIT.  Class 5.    Mabel Karr.  Classs4., Willie Karr, Myrtle Karr,  Arthur Karr, Kyi via Warner, Neil Maclntyre, Viol.>t Jones, Minnie Thompson.  Class 4. . Horace Little, Mary Maclntyre, Ruben Warner, GuthrieBrooks,  Peter Hupperton.  Class 2.   Lendrum Karr, Marie   Brochier, Martha Brochier,   May Macken-  ' zie. '.  Glass 1. Russel Gordon, Mary Gordon, Harold Waite, Muriel Fallows, Iva  Corneilson.  Second Primer. Francis Garde, Lilia  Mackenzie, Jennie Winters, Harry  Isham, Annie Winters.  First Primer. Parkham Huston, Or-  val Corneilson, Alice Mason, Ivor Isaacson, George Huston.  The following attended every day during the month: May Mackenzie, Lilia  Mackenzie, Francis Garde, Mary Gordon, Russel Gordon, Harold Waite,  Peter Hupperton, Mary Brochier, Mary  Maclntyre, Neil Maclntyre, Lendrum  Karr, Arthur Karr, Alice Mason,  Muriel Fallows,  Tho leasees  of the   Grey   Eagle, are j  meeting with success  in   thi-ir   undertaking.    After driving a crosscut tunnel I  to tap the main lead at depth,and when !  in but a short distanci-tin y encounten d  an entirely new iisnui-ii vein (ontami g  a two-inch paystreak of high  _;rade  galena ore.  Methodist church scrvies Pnnday at  11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. The pastor, R.  J. Melntyre will preach both morning  and evening. Morning pul ject "Matthew's Go-pi'll" Hi d V n ng Mlbjc:>t  "Noak and the Ark." Sunday school  at 2.30 p. m. On Tuesday afternoon at  3.15 the monthly consecration meeting  of Junior League will be held. Prayer  meetn>j_*on Tuesday evening at 8   p. m.  The members of the Methodist church  choir drove to Three Forks last Monday  evening and gave its villagers a pleasant  few hours before returning. All enjoyed  the drive depite the fact they had a fine  upset near the villnge, and after shaking  the snow off themselves proceeded on in  the best of humor. They returned to  Sandon shortly after 10 o'clock singing  "Jingle Bells," the merry .sleigh bells  on the horses keeping time to the song.  At Winnipeg the other day J. Gonzales, an American citizen who had  called a meeting and organized a branch  of the Socialist League, made uncom-  plimentaiy references in his address to  King Edward. A German in the audience demanded instant retraction and on  refusal Gonzales was.hustled out of the  hall amidst the wildest enthusiasm, and  warned never to -appear in Winnipeg  again. v  Rambler-Cariboo stock has slumped  from 80 to 36 cents in a few weeks despite the fact that the November dividend of $12,500 has .been met. Many  rumors;as to the cause of the drop are  afloat, but the chief cause seems to be  the curtailment of ore shipments by the  closing down of the mill. It is asserted  that eyen if the boilers installed to run  the concentrator by s^eam were put to  use, 'if.'is.d.'Ubiful if enough wash water  could be obtained to run  the jigs.   The  your ClotKes  #re Old...  'Then why not get the best to be had in the  country for the money. An immense stock  of the best goods and latest j.atterns now on  hand.    You will be convinced by calling on  ilifi iilu/n,  n, The Leading1 Merchant  Tailor in the Kootenay Country  mine is still shippingcrudeoreandhasa  good  force at work underground.   Tiiei  company have paid eleven dividends of'  one percent, each the past year, and is  plainly hinted at that the dividends are  likely to be discontinued for a;while at  least to save the treasury   from   deple-'  tion.     The   low price   of   silver may |  have something to do with  the slump,  as the mine has plenty of ore in   sight  to;ship steadily if prices and conditions  were favorable.  Try Lethbridge Coal, then you will  have the best, and cheapest. This ������:o;d  will make the hottest and brightest fires,  besides it is earily handled, as it is very  clean.   We have itforall kindaof grate  TO ALL POINTS  ���������H  nZZ)  E  and  VIA  A_?  . Cameron.  okane  AND NORTERN RAILWAY CO.  We have not abvaneed the price ofj NELSON & FO.RT SHEPHERD RAIL-  our tobaccos.. Amber smoking tobae-        WAY CO.  co,  Bobs, Currency and  Fair   Play red MOUNTAIN RAILWAY CO.  Hotel Reco Arrivals.  A B.Ripley, Winnipeg; J C Conlln, J  A Freeman, H D Smith, Victoria; H M  Power, Gns Dunn, Montreal; J LRetal-  lack,Kaslo; J G Malcolm, Ruth mine;  G A Miller, GH Miller, Nelson; Percy  O Molson, city; St Elmo Davip, Reco  mine; Herbert T Twigg, New Denver; G  Gilchrist, Nelson; Mr and Mrs. IV-  Gintzberger..  chewing tobaccos are the same size  and price to Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended the time for  ihe redemption of Snowshoe tags to  January 1st 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  The Host Complete Health Resort  On the Continent of North America.  SITUATED fllDST SCENERY  UNRIVALLED FOR GRANDEUR.  WASHINGTON ������&'G. N. RAILWAY CO  VAN., VIC. '&���������__. RY. & N, CO.  HALCYON SPRINGS, ARROW LAKE, B.C.  Resident physician and nurso. Boating,  fishing and excursions. In telegraphic communication with all parts of the world. Two  mails arrive and depart every day. Special  Winter Terms: ."F12 to $15 per wee., according  to residence in hlnel or villas. Its baths cure  all nervous and muscular diseases. Its waters  heal all kidney, liver and stomach ailments. '  ���������  The only all rail routo between east, wes  and south to Kossland, Nelson, tinind Fo.rkt  and Republic. Connects at Spokane with tbs  Great Northern, Northern I'li'ilic anrtO. R. e  N. Co. for points east west and south; connects  at Rossland and Nelson with the Cnnadian  I'acific Railway.  ���������Connects at Nelson with K. R. & N. Oo. for  Kaslo and K. it S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for Greenwood and Midway, li. I'.  Buffettcars run on trains between Spokane  and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22,1902.  Leave. Arrive.  9:25 a. m  Spokane  5:15 p.m.  10:15 a. m ....Rossland 2:10 p. ni.  7:00 a,, m Nelson 8:u0 p m.  11:00a m Grand Forks ......1:00 p. m.  9:15a. m ...Republic 5:40 p m.  H. A. JACKSON, G. P. & T. A.,  Spokane, Wash.  G. K.TA-KAtSURY,  Agent, Nelson, B. O.  Short Line  TO  St. Paul, Duluth, Minneapolis, Chicago  AND ALL POINTS EAST  Seattle, Taeoma, Victoria, Portland  AND ALL PACIFIC COAST POINTS.  Tbrougb Palace nnd Tourist Sleepers.  Dining & Bn/lett SmokingLibrary Cars.  Fast Tru ins at Convenient Hours  2 Between Spokane & Puget Sound  For rates, folders and full imformation  regarding trips, call on or address any  agent O. R. & N. Company.  A. B. C. Denniston,  G. W. P. A.  Seattle, Wasb.  H. Brandt,  C. P. &T. A.  Spokane, Wash.  A. R. HEYLAND,  ENGINEER,  AND PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR.  SANDON, B.C. THE MINING REVIEW���������Satvb_bay, November  29, 1902.  The Mining Review.  8ATTJRDAY,   NOVEMBER  29,    1902.  . Premier Prior announces his policy  will be a progressive one. He is in favor of building railways tbrough B. C.  with government assistance, and will  foster and encourage the mining industry. The latter will be well received by  the people, ;but it is doubtful if the  former will, as many are of the opinion  that too much money and valuable land-  have already been given to railways by  the government and the province ha8  received very little in return.  There is no question but Sir Wilfrid  Laurier acted with extreme reluctance  before admiting Mr. Prefontaine, an  avowed protectionist, into his cabinet.  This action on his part can only be attributed to pressure brought to bear upon  by the more venal element in hia Quebec following. Mr. Prefontaine always  conceaded, and indeed he announced protection as his policy when seeking election in 1896. Sir Wilfred then,cannot be  ignorantof this,and yet,despite the knowledge, he -willingly takes him into his  cabinet. Sir Wilfrid's indulgence in  having an.avowed protectionist in the  cabinet can only be for the express purpose of keeping in harmony with this  element.  The municipal muddle is about as bad  as ever. The nominations called over a  week ago brought out no candidates as  was expected. No person wants a seat at  the present board when the legality of some of its members is open to  question. The mayor is still away and  the business of the city is conducted by  four, and the_e have to elect a mayor  pro tern at each meeting, when there  should at least be six. The only course  open now is for those who aro conducting affairs to appoint at the next meeting two gentlemen who can qualify, and  if they refuse to act, the rest of the  council should resign and call upon the  government to issuea writfora new election of the entire board. Any course is  better than the present condition of  affairs, and we are confident should they  do so a new council will be nominated  , -without any difficulty.  The meeting called by the Nelson  Board of Trade last Monday to discuss  the mining situation was well attended  and harmonious in character. None of  the Sandon mine owners attended the  meeting, but W. A. Gallibei, M.P., was  fully acquainted with their opinion in  the matter and empowered to act for  them at the meeting. Many speeches and  resolutions were made arid passed, and  many points of interest brought out.  Business men throughout the' pro-  vinince   have   come to  the conclusion  that something has got to be done, and  done very soon, to help the mining industry out ^of"..it_ present .deplorable  state. The question is being discussed  in the castas well as in the west, and  the concensus of \opinion is that the  government should put a higher tariff  on lead and.save the: Canadian market  for,Canadians. This. w*b practically the  outcome of the Sandon;. conference, arid  the Nelson- meeting,, all- expressing  themselvea-in favor of protection.-'Simmered down, the',result of the meeting  was the imposition cf a higher duty on  the different kinds of lead coming into  Canada* and the reduction of the duty  on mining machinery and supples not  made in Canada. The question of a  bounty haa been dropped, as it would  benefit the smelters more than the  mines. A committee of four, representing the lead mines, smelters, gold-  copper properties and the Boards of  Trade will go with W. A. Galliher, M.  P., to Ottawa shortly and lay the matter before the Dominion government.  Messrs. Galliher and Buchanan were  also appointed to represent the Boards  of Trade at the next meeting of the  mine owners in Sandon.  Complimentary.  Miss Vera Oldmayden was   hardly   to  blame  For feeling aa proud as   a   queen.  On the swell   hotel   register  after   her  name  The gallant hotel clerk wrote Suitl6."  Didn't Lay Claim to the Hat.  Mr. Weddle.visiting his wife's relatives  out in the west here was induced to attend church one Sunday. He did not  want to go, but-finally promised to  do so to preserve harmony in the family.  The sermon was long and powder dry,  and Weddle stole into the arms of Morpheus, gently and serenely. As he did  not snore his wife did.not suspect that  he had gone to sleep along side of her,  and gave herself up to Inspecting the  bonnet of the woman in the pew in front  of her.  Like all things good or bad, the sermon came to an end at last, but Weddle  slumbered on like a baby, even after a  deacon began taking up the collection in  a hat. When the derby was passed to  Weddle, Mrs. Weddle was surprised to  see that he did not respond. She nudged  him violently to bring him back to his  sense., and Weddle, awakened with a  start, aat upright, and bewildered, gazed  at the hat in the hand of the deacon.  Then he shook his head sleepily and  Baid.  "No, that isn't mine. Mine is a grey  fedora."  We have not abvaneed the price of  our tobaccos. Amber smoking tobacco, Bobs, Currency and Fair Play  chewing tobaccos are the same size  and price to Consumer as formerly.  We have also extended the time for  the redemption of Snowshoe tags to  January 1st 1904.  THE EMPIRE TOBACCO CO, LIMITED  We carry a complete line of the latest authorized "school  books and school supplies. Our stock at present is so  large that; we can supply outside trade, aiid' all mail orders  will receive prompt attention.  Our stock of stationery is the most complete in the district. We have on hand all the latest styles of fancy  writing papers, tablets, envelopes, inks, etc.  cal$, Novell etc.,  is constantly being added to, and our shelves will be  found interesting to you. THE MINING REVIEW���������Satothjay, November 29, 1902.  NBW PROCESS MOT ORGS  Invention Which is  Claimed  Solve the  Zinc-Lead  ' Problem.  to  Much interest has' been aroused in  the development of the zinc smelting  busincpa and the promises which are  held out for the treatment of Slocan  zinc-lead ores, if favorable duties into  the United States can be secured, says  the Spokesman-Review.  It was only a short time ago that zinc  was penalized by the smelters, and the  constant effort of the mine owners in  the Slocan was to get as small a percentage as possible in their output.  With modern methods of smelting it is  possible to recover practically all of the  zinc and the lead from the same ore.  Some interesting particulars about- the  method are given by the C. E. BrulT,  manager of a mining machinery house  here, who is back from a visit to the  plant at Canyon City, Col. The plant  ia owned by the United States Reduction  company, which is controlled by the  same interests as the American Smelt-  ting & Refinig company. The plants  there are managed by D, C. Jackling,  late manager of the Republic mill, who  has some business interests here. , He  has been making a great success of the  institution.  "Mr. Jacklin has adopted a system of  smelting the zinc-lead ores that is a  radical departure from the general practice," said Mr. Brnff. "Instead of trying to make a matte which carries the  metal, Mr.-Jacklin fnues both the zinc  and the lead. The metals are carried off  in the form of fumes, which are afterwards collected in bags.  "The furnace is not a smelting stack  of the ordinary type. It more resembles  an ordinary healing: fumade, except  that it is flitted with blowers, which'  have power to turn on a terrific blast.  The ore aa it comes from the mine is  crushed until, it passes through an eighth  of an inch screen. Then it is mixed  with waste from coal mines and is  shoveled into the furnace, the blast is  turned on and then the business starts.  The heat generated ia something terrific.  The furnace gets so hot one can hardly  approach it. The temperature is helped  along by the fact that there is generally  sulphur in the lead ores, which ignites  and serves as a fuel. In the heat thus  generated the zinc and the lead are carried off in fumes. The coal smoke in  the settling room and tho gaa from the  furnace is forced by immense fans into  the bagroom. The room is filled with  long cotton flannel bags, about ten inches in diameter and perhaps 20 feet  long each. The gas is forced by the  pressure from the fans into the bugs and  the air passes on through the fiber of  the cloth, but the metallic zinc and lead  are collected in the bags. They are  drawn off the bags into hoppers and calcined before being put intothemarket."  "The finished article is known as zinc-  lead white and is used by paint-  makers to serve exactly the same purposes as white lead. It cannot be  told from white lead, ������.nd as it can be  produced at perhaps 50 per cent, of the  cost of white lead, it is making great inroads into the paint market.   It is sbip-  With our handsomely  illustrated newcatalogue  the greater portion of  your Christmas shopping may be done a.t  home.  Write for it, and it will be sent  to you, free of charge, by return,  mail.  If on receipt of articles ordered you are  not perfectly satisfied,  yeur money will be  cheerfully refunded.  ped all over the country. When it finally comes out of calcining furnaces itis  a fine impalpable powder that in color  and finess resembles talcum powder,  such as is put up for toilet purposes.  "The process seems 'completely successful, and Mr. Jacklin ia making a  phenomenal success of the plant. There  are untold quantities of zinc-lead ores  which formerly were almost useless  because of the penalty laid upon  zinc by the smelters. This new treatment is proving the salvation of mines  carrying such ores.  The price of sugar in Canada lias been  advanced ten cents per hundred weight,  to meet a corresponding advance made  in the United States.  An agitation is on foot in Victoria to  prohibit the granting of saloon licenses  in that city. The city council and  license commissioners have the matter  in hand and the meetings are getting  warm  in the council chamber.  II. J. Joseph, a representative of the  Waring Contracting Co., of London,  England, is in Montreal negotiating'for  the purchase of a large block of land in  the west end of the city, and says that  if it can be secured at a reasonable rate  the company, which has built many  large hotels in many parts of the world,  will enter upon the construction of the  largest hotel in Canada.  P. Lund, J. Breckenridge, railroad  contractors, and Win. Gordon and A.  Doyle, merchanf8, of Fort Steele, have  formed the Crow's Nest Pass Lumber  Co., with headquarters at Wardner.  The company has a paid up capital of  $100,000, and owns ������50,000 acres of timber tributary to the Kootenay river. A  mill is being erected at Wardner that  will cut 200,000 feet of lumberintwenty-  four hours. Lumber camps are being  established along the river, and 200  men will be employed in the wood, for  the winter months.  M. L. GRIMMETT; L,L. B.  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary.  Public, Etc.  5_*-������n, British Columbia.  - ATLANTIC. STEAMSHIP TICKETS  To and from European points via Canadian  and American lines. Apply ior sailing dates,  rates and full information to any C. P.R. agout  or R. B. ncCammon, Agent, Sandon,  W.P. K .utmnlngs, Gen.S.S. Agent.Winnipeg  Alta Lodge, No. 29.  A. P. AND A. M.  Regular Communication of the lodge.  Meet, first Thursday in each month at 8 p. nx.  Vii-ting brethren cordially invited.  JAMES M. BARTON, Sec'y.  Established 1858.  R. Smith & Co.  flanufacturers of all kinds of  Plain and Fancy  All sensible people travel by the  C. P. R.  Because   it   is   the   Svmbol   of'  peed  afety  atisfaction  iifi  VICTORIA, B.C.  BRANCH--VANCOUVER, B. C.  Leave Sandon 8.30 a. m.  Arrive Winnipeg 3rd day 8.50 a no  Arrive St. Paul 3rd day G.40 p m  Arrive Chicago 4th day 9.30 a m  ��������� Arrive Toronto 5th day 2.45 p m  Arrive Montreal 5th day 6.30 p m  Arrive New York 6th day 8.55 am  Close connection for all Eastern points  The C. P. R.  Luxurious Tourist a  rs  COFFEE  ROASTERS  Dealers in TEA and COFFEE.  \V������ tre offcrlnpr at the lowest price,  the best _radei of Ceylon, India, China  and Japan Teas.  For Prices see Nelson daily papers.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Kootena/ Coffee Co.,  P. O. BOX 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON. B.C.  FOR SALE.  25,400 feet of "1"  wire cible,  specially made of the best material.    For terms apply to  J. J.   CAMPBELL,  Agent and Business Manager  Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd.,  NELSON, B.'CV  Cook's Cotton Hoot Compound  la Bnccessfully nsed monthly by over  '10,000Ladies. Safe, effectual. Ladies ask  your druggist for Cook's Cotton Boot Com-  fi������B--.~Ta_e no other, as all Mixtures, pills and  imitations are dangerous. Price, No. 1, $1 per  box; No. 8,10 degrees stronger,$3 per box. No.  1 or 3, mailed on receipt of price and two 8-eent [  Stamps.   The Cook Company Windsor, Ont. I  owned and operated by the  company, leave for the east  aB follows:  From Dunmore Jet. daily for St. Paul  From Kootenay Landing, Tuesday and  Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and  all Eastern points.  Through booking Lo Europe via all the  Atlantic Routes.- Prepaid tickets   at   lowest rates issued  from    all     European  Countries.  Further information as to why the C.  P. R. is the most desirable route can be  had on application to  H. H. Lewis, Agent.  Sandon, B. C, or  J. S. Carter, E. J. Coyle,  D.P.A.,Nelson.    A.G.P.A., Vancouver  ttnuy Railway li lotion k  LIMITED.  International Natation ilraJine Co,, Ltd,  Kaslo I fan Railway: Company.'  notice.;  Commending Sunday, Aupust 17th, 1902, the  following time card will be in effect on  Kootenay Lake and K. A S, Ry.  KASLO & SLOCAN RAILWAY.  KaST>0-SANDO.N route.  9:00 a.m. leave .Kaslo arrive 3:15p. m  10:40 a.m.leave..Whitewater...leave  1:42 p. m  11:00 a.m.leave MeGuigau. ...leave 1:_2 p. m  11:25 a.m. arrive Sandon leave 1:00 p. m  A direct connection is made at Kaslo with  steamer both to and from Nelson.  STEAMER SERVICE.  KASLO-NELSON ROUTE.  5:00 a.m. leave...  3:35 p.m. arrive..  ..Nelson..  .Kaslo...,  .flrr  .leuv  ,m  .m  Calling regularlv at Ainsworth and Pilot  Bay and at all way landings on signal.  Connecting at Nelson with Nelson A- Fort  Shenpard Railway both to arid from Rossland,  Spokane, Etc.  Tickets sold to all points in United States and  Canada via Great Northern, Northern Pacific,  O. R. & N.Co.-, Ac, Ac.  ,auiyo.    mi wuu v������in|ii>iij muui������������,uiii..    Ocean and steamship tickets and rates via all  e_?~Noa. 1 and 2 sold and recommended by ftll   hnes will be furnished on aj plication.  Stamps.   The Cook Company  53_7~Nob. 1 and 2 sold and recoin  responsible Druggists in Canada,  No. 1 and No. 2 are soM in Sandon by E.F.  McQueen aud F. J. Donaldaon, Druggists'  For further particulars call on or address  Robt. Irving, Man agerK aslo, B. C,  Gbo. Huston, Agent,       S  on.  ' ���������i���������mWftiii---. THE MINING REVIEW���������Saturday, November  29, 1902.  General News.  Rossland   ore   shipments  last   week  amounted to 6,405 tons, making a   total  ���������   so far tbis year of 303,3.0 tons.  The Boundary mines sliipped lust  month 11,23!) tons, making a total for  the present year of 433,343 tons.  A movement is on foot to form all tlie  ���������telegraph operators in Canada and Ihe  United States into one organisation.  G. 0. Buchanan, of Kaslo, has a force  of men at work on his new mill at Cres-  ton, which be pushing rapidly to completion. The lumber business is booming throughout East Kootenay while the  mining industry is stagnant.  It is autborat-ively announced that the  Grand Trunk Railway company intend  to extend their system from coast to  coast in the near future and' run their  line parallel with the Canadian Pacific.  This intelligence will be gladly received  throughout 13. C. as a promising means'  of obtaining cheaper transportation  rates in the next few years.  ���������The management of the Le Roi No. 2  at Rossland, about which tberehasheen  so much comment about lately in,.the  press, has been changed. P.... Gonld-  rey, the new manager, in company with  Mr. Alex Hill, a son of one of the directors are now in charge. The former will  make a report of the property to send to  the directors in England.  The Nelson News says an appeal has  been entered in the twenty-nine damage  suits brought against the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Company by the relatives of  the men killed in the disaster at Coal  Creek last May. , The first application  by the C. X. P. C. Co. was to have further particulars of, and to have statements of claim filed struck out. This  application was dismissed, as also an  appeal on one of the cases and for an ex-  tention of time to appeal in lho other  twenty-eight cases. An appeal has now  been entered against the ruling of Mr.  Justice Martin in dismissing the first  application.  The announcement is madeof the discovery of one of the largest iron ranges  in Canada, and what possibly will develop into one of the ri.03t important in  America, in Walmapitae district, north  of Sudbury. Thos. Drew, a well known  prospector who has ju.t returned from  the region, says the people of lhe Dominion will be astonished at the magnitude of lhe range.  The Trail Creek News says there is no  truth in the report_of tho sale of the  Trail smelter to the Bhickstock-Gooder:  ham syndicate and that Mr. Aldridge  has not severed his connection with the  company. The latter gentleman, after  concluding his attendance at a recent  conference with lead manufacturers in  Montreal, left on a tour of inspection of  tne smelting works in the United ..tales.  The paper further asserts'it is the intention of the company to increase, the  capacity of the smelter at once.  Anew metal, called  AcAdamite,  has  just come to light  which   promises   to  revolutinize the metal market and it is  claimed it will take the piace of  copper  and brass.   McAdamite has all the   peculiar advantages of aluminum, such as  lightness compared with volume, brightness, cheapness, non-corrosiveness, sonorousness, high specific heat and   freedom from attack by aeido   which   effect  all other of the baser metals.   A branch  of fheindustry will shortly be established  at St. John,  New- Brunswick,   by   the  McAdamite Metal Co. of Canada.  Of delightfully appetizing, danti-  ness are not difficult of procurement or preparation, only two  things are necessary to ensure  success.,  One���������A knowledge of the large  and wonderfully varied assortment  of Canned, Preserved, Smoked,  Dried and Pickled danties to be  found in our stock of groceries,  and the other���������a small amount of  money with to purchase an ample supply.  But whether you manage a home,  hotel,  or mine we can fill  your order with high quality groceries at the'right prices.  UL   G3-IE_G___������__Riat-I.  f m\ ji  a__������.avn_____--i  Norman McLean, of McLean Bros.,  who secured a charter lust session from  the B. C. government to build the Coast  Kootenay returned to Victoria a few  days ago from New York, where he has  been financing the scheme. He say*-  the company is prepared tocompletetbe  line if an additional subsidy is given by  the province, and is now prepared to  complete tlie Fraser river section of the  read to Vancouver and the mouth of the  Fraser river, and'put in afirstchiss  ferry service in connection with Victoria at once without further subsidy.  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 aud Salt Fish,  Hams, Bacon and Lard,  Fresh Sausage of all kinds daily,  Oysters aud Game in season.  ib ���������%. WO������  ��������� SANDON, B.    .  HEAD OFFICE���������NELSON, B.C.  MARKETS AT ROSSLAND,  NELSON,  KASLO,  TRAIL, REVELSTOKE,  GRAND PORKS,  PHOENIX,   FI.RN1E,   CRANBROOK,   FORT STEEL.  5ANOON  I have" placed in a stock of  shelf and heavy hardware, suitable to the needs of everything in  the district. It will pay you to  call on me if you need anything'  in the line of Building and Mining Supplies before going elsewhere.        My stock of  Towgood <& Bruder  Brewers of Lager Beer.  Give our Bottled Beer a trial���������satisfaction guaranteed.  Telephone 24���������Silverton and New Denver.  &c, is large and well assorted. Plumbing  Steam-fitting, Sheet and Metal Roofing a  specialty.        Repairing neatly done.  ,ux~x������j m*rrzjaannt*,*xxmmtrzzz&iUinamia!i:Mam  Tinsmith & Plumber,  ft&ii,.''  Sandon, B.C.  Try the Review for you next order of commercial stationery. We have received a choice new stock of  letterheads, note heads, bill heads, statements and  everything required in the line of office work. A  line line of colored inks will arrive in a few days, and  all orders will receive prompt attention. Atrial  solicited; satisfaction guaranteed.  n  W\  s  I  I.  ���������-1

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