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Volume IX.   No  2.
NEW DENVER, B. C, OCTOBER 10, 1901.
Price, $2.00 Year ADVanck
In and About the Slocan and Neighboring Camps
that are Talked About.
LOCAL   CHIT-CHAT.
H. H. Pitts is living in Princeton and
managing a coal company.
Along in the winter A. J. Robie will
open a tailor shop in Ashnola.
Eri Thompson has returned from Cape
"Nome.   Sandon looks good to him.
The Oddfellows of Slocan City will
hold their annual ball on Oct. 25th.
Born—In Slocan City, Sept. 29th, the
wife of Thos. Blench, of a daughter.
Billy Callanan is in Seattle, and the
report goes that he made something in
Nome.
George H. Andrews, tired of living
in Nelson, blew his head off with dynamite last Friday.
Miss Florence O'Neil, of Napanee,
Ont., is visiting her sister,  Mrs. C. G.
"BakeTTNivrDenverA
John Allen died in Sandon on Sunday
from pneumonia. He was well-known
in the Ainsworth camp.
A large congregation fill the Methodist church Sunday evening to hear
Rev. Mr. l\yo, of Sandon.
Kaslo may be dull but it supports 14
wet groceries, several poker games and
jquite a number of churches.
» Three Forks joshers convinced several
people that the royal train would pass
through tliat burg last week.
New Denverites who Went to the
coast cities to see the Duke, returned on
Monday enthusiastic over tho trip.
As tho Duke of York did not visit
Nelson the citizens are finding consolation by smoking Little King cigars,
John Williams ships candy or fruit to
any part of the Slocan. Write to Itim
when you feel hungry for something
good
T, B. May, manager of the bank at
Sandon, has been removed to Dawson.
Mr. Scott, of Skaguay, lias taken bis
place.
Kaslo may yet get a smelter I.. A.
Young arrived on Friday from Chicago
to examine the proposition for Chicago
capitalists
Thn California Wine Co., of Nelson,
" has   ascended   tlie   insolvent    Hume
Brenner Bros., of London, are wearing
the iitcist crape.
V. V. ^mlf.heriii-ri.b» I* the proud daddy
of another boy. It Is easily seen tliat
C K. Is preparing for a »vet day in (he
newipapcr business
Nearly »:loO*i was realized at llie tax
tunic in Kaslo last week, which shows
tlmt Minn'oil lie nti/.eiiN must have a
roll concealed lu their jeans.
John Cory and partiiein have finished
ground sluicing on thc Reliance, a prep
■**-_0rty of theirs near the Payne.   There
are three leads "ii llie claim
The Monitor figure* upon shipping
'JUDO tons thin winter     The ore li'isgoM
"reacher" after business. He disposes
of $5000 worth of meat a month. Jack
Delaney is another good "reacher," and
in a smaller way, perhaps, but quite as
successfully, is building up a big business with the consumers in the hills.
Other New Denver merchants might
profit by these examples. "Reaching"
is one way of getting business "Drawing" is another. Neither can be entirely
successful without the use of printer's
ink.
SLOGAN   MINERAL   KI.OAT,
The Queen Bess is leasing the upper
levels of that .property.
A. H. Kelly is pushing the work upon
May and Jennie, near Nelson.
A 5-ton shipment of ore will be, made
from the Mary Durham next week.
ltJs,said,tliaLthe-j".a-ai*e-eight~foet-of.
ore iu the lower tunnel of the Ruth
The Capella, on Goat Mountain, adjoining New Denver, is a wonder. Mining; men can experience a thrill by
looking at it.
Forty men are employed at the
American Boy. Two hundred tuns a
month is the average 'shipment fnnn
this property,
Jas Cooss and J. Nathan liave taken
a lease on the Duplex, Lemon creek,
Irom Jack I-teauchesno, and will work
the property this winter.
C. Donahue and Jolin Harris, milling
men from Spokane and New Richmond,
Wis., examined the Black Prince ami
Fisher Maiden last week.
The demand for dry ore may wipe
the black from the eye of the north fork
of Carpenter crook. It is reported that
deals are. on for the McAllister and
Dolly Varden.
John L, Ratallack is employing 1.
men in development work ou the Wash*
iiigton During llie past month three
carloads of ore has been taken out in
the course of development.
A. Tunks and Tom Lloyd have taken
out several tons of very rich ore on their
lease on the Mary Durham, float .Monti-
tain, and the nreshoot shows marked
improvement wilh development
The Arlington shipped 210 tons of ore
last week. Next to the Arlington conies
the Hewvtt, of Four Mile, as the largest
weekly shipper The Arlington Im*.
l'.'o men on the payroll and the Hewett
(HI
The Monitor mine has _Ooo ton*, of ore
ready for shipment. Development work
is being pushed steadily forward, and
when the rawhiding season opens the
|U*o|Kirly will lie in poiition to make
heavy shipments.
Messrs, McLachbui, Young and Mm
chison have leased to M. It  Mowat ami
.1   McKenule. the Sweet Urn** claim, on
(lout Mountain.    This properly adjoin*
the Capella irroup, and lint a very line
__  company spent $2C,000 under "expert"
%  supervision and then threw it up, the
*^  owner going  iiito   the   workings two
weeks later  and   uncovering a large
body of ore
Messrs. Potter, Knight and Eccles
last week made the last payment on the
bond held by thein on the Belfast and
Phoenix claims, adjoining the Monitor,
near Three Forks. Under the bond
they have driven in the past year a 800-
foot tunnel on a well-defined ledge, and
have encountered a very favorable
showing of carbonate ore.
The force at the Enterprise is being,
increased A new vein is being opened
up, running parallel with the small one
heretofore exploited. The vein is 12
feet wrde.and carries a promising shoot
of ore, much wider than the famous
Knterprise oreshoot. but of lower grade.
Twelve baby drills are to be installed
on the various levels. The concentrator
is ready to be started up.
The Noble Five is rapidly taking its
old place in the front rank of big properties in the Sandon camp. The recent
strike of 10 inches'of. ore in the long
tunnel, giving a vertical depth of 1000
feet, was of very, great importance. But
another strike was made last week that
means quite as much   to the future of
:tiu|=r)i*An(jrry^^=_Th-t^v'r==bave uncovered-
what they believe to be the, large vein
of the Surprise, titat crosses over the
summit. Numerous surface cuts have
been made and tlie ledge encountered
in ("(c-h, carrying a shoot of high grade
ore, that 'increases in width as it is exposed further down the hiii
SLOCAN   <IKK   SHIPMENTS.
The total amount of ore shipped from
the Slocan and Slocan City mining
divisions for tho year 1900 was, approximately. 85,000 tons Since .lanuarj* 1
to Oct, 5. KKJl, the shipments' have
been as follows:
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able, will be felt in every lead-producing camp in America
Encouraging news also comes from
Chicago. The Times-Herald says that
the lead producers pf the country,Btirred
by the reported projection of a great
$20,000,000 lead trust under control of
the Whitney-Ryan-Guggenheim smelting syndicate, are planning a close combination of the producing interests.
Their object, it is stated, is to get into a
position where they will not be at the
mercy of the -melting combination
The plan, as set forth, is to form a corporation of moderate capital which shall
become the selling agency of the producers The producers plan also to
store their product when the conditions
of the market made such action advisable or to curtail production. It is
stated that the movement has taken
definite form
Several times the idea of an independent organization of lead producers
has been broached. While a close corporation has never been formed, the
understanding between lead producers
of different sections has been clearly
outlined and the verification of the
above story would not surprise many
mine owners. The smelters have been
slowly driving the smaller miners into
a corner
WONDERFUL,   IM)G9.
A remarkable story is told of a dog-—
a pointer—owned by a gentleman in
Cinciiinatti, who three times gave him
away to friends at some distance from
the. ciM", only to find him back again,
once through a blinding snowstorm,
very shortly after his banishment It
was resolved to axperiment with him
in order to test the fact whether this
was the result of memory or of some
keenly developed scent or other sense
not known He was accordingly dosed
with morphine and taken to a town in
Kentucky, 100 miles away, lu twenty-
eight hours he was at his master's door.
It was thought, however, that he might
have   recovered from his lethargy in
time to see in what direction he was fo|*mv *„ „ c,mp|„ of W(1(.ks
going, and so had found his way back
by simply keeping to the rr.ilroad track,
He was, therefore, dosed wilh ether,
put in a closed biiBket, and taken north-
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ft
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f-JtfShbotf'IS- Caipps
83 Encouraging Strikes Reported From ail Parts of
•A? the Kootenays.
IN   THE   LARDEAU.
The Eagle says the maiden shipments
from the Ruffled Grouse and Horseshoe
will likely be made during the next
couple of weeks.
There is seven tons of ore sacked and
ready for shipment at the Black Warrior, a McDonald creek basin property.
Supplies for the winter are being
packed from Ferguson to the Si'ver
Cup mine The force is being gradually increased.
A chute of clean high-grade galena
ore three feet in width has been encountered in the upper workings of the
Triune.
On the Primrose work is betng prosecuted on either end of the property with
a couple of shifts each during the 24
hours.   On the west  end No. 2 tunnel
is being continued and is now in (>0 feet
with ore coming in.
On the Old Gold between 500 and 600
feet of work has been done There is a
promising showing on the surface, and
one tunnel tapped the ore body at a perpendicular depth of 100 feet at a point
150 feet from tlie portal. At this point
the vein carries two feet of clean ore
running' $125 per ton, and three feet of
concentrates.
Andrew Ferguson returned from the
Trail smelter on Tuesday, with the returns from the, second Triune shipment
made this season. The gross returns
were $rj,D02.58, SOii.-j.-Pi of which was
gold values. Another 20-ton lot will be
ready for shipment this week, and tin-
third and Inst shipment tliis season will
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4„ l east and south-east, then kept in a dark
shed over night, and let loose in the
morning    He   at   once  set   out  in a
straight line and on a run—not at all
like a dog that had lost.his way—crossed
two broad rivers and three steep moon*
tain ranges, through live huge towns
and a network of roads ami cross roads.
inki Although he bad never been  in that
J.'j part of the country before, in four days
■•"*: he reached Cinciiinatti again. He could
i'ij not have remembered or known any*
ii, J thing about his journey down, for he
11 l wn*. uncnni-cfou-i the whole uf tin'  (bin.,
(pj What, then, induced him tn-ttart in the
J.Vl right direction mid keep it  till  he at-
j*'! rived Inline?   This question has lougj
i; puzzled the naturalist*-   for stranger!
'A\ instance*, of animals linding their way j
*;; iioine even than this hitveociuiied.       j
A trail has been built by the government from Kitchener to the White
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rouse pvoperties.n distance of 21 miles, i
P. i'l. Bailey i« pushing work ou hisj
Pretoria claini near Swansea. He suysi
that tiie lead in widening ami (he ore!
shoot st'Cius to be changing from galena
to coppei. j
MOYIE   PROPERTIES.
Another big strike has been made on
the Aurora mine on the west side of the
lake directly opposite Moyie. In sinking a shaft on the lodge thie week the
vein widened out .to seven feet of solid
galena, and from all indications it will
still continue to widen ae depth is
reached. The Aurora is being worked
steadily with a small force of men and
is now fairly well developed The main,
tunnel is in 800 feet and has a good face-
of ore, and there are several other
shorter tunnels, crosscuts and shafts in
which there ace good showings.
The Moyie Leader says there is still
considerable interest being taken in the
Lamb creek placer gold fields. Grant
& Siieady have tlieir sluice boxes in
operation and expect to make a good
clean-up-ina-few-days—Johnson-Brosr-
took in three sluice boxes this week,
and Smyth Bros. one. Both naities intend investittating tlie proposition thoroughly.
men okk on  fohty-mnk ckkkk
Frank Mctjuaid.n prominent mining
man of San Franeisco, and one of the
directors of the Maple Leaf Mining Co,,
which is working a group uf claims on
Forty-nine creek, about eight miles
below Nelson on tlie Kootenay river,
recently visited the property and took
away with him samples taken from the
property showing --old in large quantities. There is a 2uo*fool tunnel and
an 80-foot shaft, and arrangements aro
being made for installing a 20-Ntauip
mill.
ACKNOWI.KIIia'll     WITH     THANKS.
The llovelstoke Herald complains because last week some good mining stuff
was scissored into these columns credited to the Lardeau Kagle, which was
taken from tlie Herald. We plead
guilty.
HALT    I.AKK    ItATIII N('.
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Tlii-jr llolli AitIvimI.
Mark Twain is credited with  having
spread the. storv of bathers taking their
The work on the shaft on the placer j lll)()ks  M,..,,   ,( , •„,„ tht, W(lU,rK of
ground al I'erry creek is going abend. I s.t|, |.Rk« mul reading as thev floated
and last week llie clean up averaged ,,.„,,„, Mlrfni.,.t wia||„ *h„ .r0I1-j(. wnvea
•ivurtlH In tin-iiiuii Ihelorce in the J ,.„t,k „,„ ,|,mt()|. w|||, ,,,„ „,lhV mo,|o||
•.Imft line been reduced the past wi*.k ' , „ ,.,.,„•'„ |inl Mll,.|. \ WHj„ ,1„| llot
as a number of men are engaged in the j ,„,| i( h), ,„„,.,„, f(l| „„. ,,.„„„„ .,,)lt
eouKtruction ot the bunk hoiiM'and get I Km.iennT» wlm lind iihvit been to the
ting everything ill slmpe for winter | |uke would not believe tl..-Ittlle he did
When tin* is done three shift** will be
put ou, mid the work pushed during the
winter, The pay dirt i» •.howing up
lieUer than ever.
"Pal" ^uirk. the well known old.
tinier,who was here in the e,arl> MXties,
haw latel> been acting iu a new role, as
au   iiiMiiiitnr   lo   lady  pro«*|M-ctor'* at
lie
tell. It is common to *.•••• men floating
<m their backs in thi-* briny water with
an open uiibrella over them to shut out
llie sun. They placidly smoke an they
liu'it, holding llie MiiiMhatie in one hand
and a new-quiper in the other Women
mid children wade a mile in the (wo,
three and lour leet nl w .tier thai "tietihes
value* from «K> to 127    Work is to be I •»«•? °'"«' exposed
resumed on the long tunnel. j    A vein lhat wm until recently nn-
The musical cv*.nt of Ihe sea-on will touched has been provim to * depth of
be held In Bosun Hall tliis (Thursday) w fw' 0I1 '*"' Snr|irl*- ground It
evening. The talented artists, Missl ••"rri™ "" <*re*hool from 18 Itichen to 2
Queenio McCoy and Miss .lean Itohin- j '«* ■>• wMtb, which «««»>'«• "P clow to
•on will appear. j .**<««*. *•<.«,« u, ,<.r «,.,.
The llaUy l>»y service held Hmiday \
A commercial traveler eo.iiiccte.i « ttli
a certain 'cycle company went liitn1 Palmer Bur. I. ant week he brought in j to u,,- woi ol **altnii Hem-h, and float
The |Vi>rte.<-. group uf Mir claim*., j home U> a di*-tmn town jum hi-fun- m * bottle of gold panind b\ Mr*., W«Um ; |„(. k .tiilt a )>■'« iiliin >■ i>m- of Mvurity
adjoining the Republic, near Slocan j interesting family even took place T<«. and Mrs. Mcl'nake. It is au iiiteresilii|>J and with no effort or fatigue There.
Oily. «ixl oiviied by M Kancoii, II B I .»>( Iii« mind ut re*t b.-l«»f| ord'Ti' ";'-' fn-.-l that thl- ^'"-d •*■«- t'it..'o .."'. «f *h-i." !'.*!. *" s..I.'..Ir.»!'.!.« U.»;i., .At". *.
and W. K. Hole, wis linnded last week J the unite to wir..; "fJeiiUeinnn's (t^f.tv ' \nwi pro*.|iec|e<l for over a w.vk hy « j nu snake*, m tuille*. to frighten thu
to I'haib". I»euip(iter, who reprewnts j ariivi'd," it the expected Mrnnger well known local mining exjM«ri and (.ix j n111i• i. not a livint" inhiibitant of the
Detroit caiiital,    The deal is for ttt.uH), I |iirne<l out In be a boy; and If a girl, to atii-tntiM. water- but .-«  shrimp, a tin>   iiiiuuow,
•fternooii bv the Sunday School  were) M>rileKr(iun, Twelve Mile, by On* Tat* j
well mimiiImI by «w parents, nnd tne J*"iASS »ii*«»h«i*. **«- »* *u m* «1I the ;
way.   They  have al-o  made nevernlj
mtrfn-rv ■*»ii**i»tn«»* on  tb*- feibre Tiiovinw
' it to have n iiiilfpiini width  of Jtbotit -Vi
payable in Nnvetnber. Demster bas ! win' the words: "Lady's safety arrived.'
secured fome other ebiims iu the vlcin | .fmLe at his surprise and dlsinav when
Ity which will give his company, in- j a f«w d*ys later n  meNsag« arrived
n.i-.l..^   «..i*    lt.'i*il<i,ic,    ilillD   |i|w|«l(M*?_] iltllUMMtg    litlli     tlie   ullllllolls      Monl'
A »t'iau iim been »uitn  u» ie«t on in«>| •'■'' ,v •"'•,••>'','   \ " i'**A>uii '"
i-iiil  «hki:k  liitoif.
t*. !■(>.„  ,.t ll,,. (*.»..il.ivr.,,. ■
•,»V')iip *.\'.»inti'ii 'Hi FWVI'reeV
„.! 11..  .,..
I nrib'ini'
wilh a ie«ih<i> tan, wim-h keep*, ont
nf ri'ii'-li of the human xvuiuuterM. There
i m no mosM or ^rasi in the lake, and on
tin* mdei.nl Antelope Inland,the nearest
THK   III.ACK    ritlNCK,
•▼•fint made very enjoyable arid inntruc-
♦ *...,   .       »V.,   nd.lMr,...
The Black Prince, Miljoiuing the Two
Friend*., mi  Surin'i-T   ,-m*V.  hn* nim**
||li*trlct.-ii.l operated bv a .-mnpnt.v of>"l"*M ^vi»li,.ii.li._l  iim hIk.v,. ll,.,
WMl Sehuu c»oit-4lUts. ||„. li,.v,|s,oke „,... i •"Hitce of Salt Lake, ll.ere is not a M«ll
h   March,   IH.V-, a Chiiuuian   w«gf .\Hson laoitali-it
wnUtiig Irom Aiibiirii to Oplnr.  Placer; a|,| nny*:
county, California.     When   about   ai    The ("aniboriie group comprise* nim*;
John Williams mmt»> no title, but ib« ,
f.il.
ruit lie Mil* will impress all favorably
who avail themselvet of the d»ilv op.|    ''• Trmch and Fred McDunald, min
portunitv t» tort it» quality.   Do notl*'"* *-«npl->ye.l at   the  KamWer, were
procr»§tinal« in thb pleanurablematter.' **«Jrht in « W«M when they "iir#d* to
ItwiU-jivoflt vouiin-i .folm '•*'» "ff '*',irr m" »'if'ir hm w*»k   •■»»•'
H«v. C. M. Tate, Mlsslonarv tu thni f"^' "** "°1 b,'J,*v iniuwl thM »'•
indlaim, will deuver * mm.ot.ary ad-^1"1'' ^«u Mt-r heme teaxovi'd tvmoiU
drm* in lh_ Mfthoili«t church on Tu<*
■day, im.  \*Ab.   Tbe addret.** will tot.
evel-toke Her
; ol Vi'gi'iH'liie llie
The charm ol dnMding iu the lake is
meTtiifi.r tin*   lritl,.*i    cat.    li.i'dh    et.
owners.   UiM we.L Uiey g4ve Morgusa I CJ|n| ,Mviug a p^ek Untn  ,,s^,, »,Vi .'"j,'-^" »„rifer«iu*s "ZYte,' which" b* ex'', l'im,t* "v"" vM» u" "^f* »» »«• hut
and Iliividsoii, who think they can float j „„,, ,„ ,„,„»,. n,|.m»elvi-* began to pel-  p„-^| l„ differed place-* ou ea.J. claim, u,,'"''" * ■*»•-••"""■* ••'»""«,l ,,m' 'Mm
it in Pari-, au option for two moiilb« at, ,,-,„ Wl„, 9tonn    To ,.M.t|w thi, ,„„,,.  ,h(| „, (,V|.rv    ,J||t   ,, <1X|M)Mir,. n„ir¥-i' «'» »*»>•■ <*"*•* *«"' •■•ibmg    Sail
WW,   Afi.r thai  lime has *.ipir.*|i a(,,., ,».eChinaman r«u a little lo *ne' „,.l-l value., s„me places being   veiv ' •*»k" »'»t«T *•» *\>biAi «, iea*UU  **
Ihe bond i* to run 12 moi.tbs.wltb thrvn! iiJ(.     nin  timl   nugiA   ,m  a   heavy  r.. b    Hue- ore ikhIv S> feet  wide aver*, ■*"> hlU''' »i,l*,r,'"", " '" " *" '* "'"
i Hiili-rn ..( While |{jv*>r, vet ;« liallier re-
.,.„■,-wiua! payiii-Hii-*
THf.   I.K.%11   MAHKRT.
(»\s(i*r g»o«i|'. >>topi »•••« »i i .'rtiiim. i nl
iliiuiiel     Mei/oiiaid  will auoo revovet      Mau.*«ger Saitdifonl. of the Bonun, hat) *• lhA% '","nt w*r* '"*-"* ***''«<     It j hy two large v*>iu* «»f aiirifeinii* quart*
■ from hi* idiuriw r(H-*i%**J Irom bis cumi*uy in England' ** *hmi hi P0*""1** *r"! *•*• *<"■*-*' uhf>nt »i»«l a gab-n* ct..« M-ir. (*rr>iiig g(««l f A"*'^?''..".'   '   ' **'',. "*,.' *,_.!,-*
Tbe Mountain Chi U pr..vitiir a gr»**«t; verv I'liroiiratfinir imww lelaiing lo thul t-'"*   He started for < htna tint neit  valm-* in gold, *ilvei nnd b-ad    U(m.ii#     ...... .. , ,
* - - <  ...   . ...... _i.,_. ,...„, .....'with Ini tinirer».-( "rre#th)ii'lf*n»# In-
of llie large vtiU'" anore sliool ovei   .<«J) * -
Iioi.'l.l.T .-ifid hr» fell,    f i.nlffnj-f (fon-ti he' ;l,-,.., t{.. ^.,l.[ it.,tv i..m,  mi't   'tuotti'.'c
found that it wa* a liimp of gold   which   f.^-t wide average*  W per ton     n,,.;« biie--(Ml w.thoul rffort.  tieemrem a-
i-I.».Us.l ul.ni tlu: dIWiin,a- u,Mrr „ .....mpM.,- ,t. ,;«„«,. a,;  M'"^»»' '" » «•""'»•'•*""• »'"'"« "'"»-T
Mild llomll'i's »l ill III' TUiiil*.     Jl i«lf(«HWI
ib*
hallter think** he can  feel the denaily
with hi*.
lijaiiAlHi'lis
Uliwtrateil by Untern view-*, and pro
inis*. to Imi veiv inienisiin^. boiiiiaiw in lis owner, W. W. Warner,  lead market.   The belief i* I're.valant
Herman Vlevei i*» lb*pioneer butcher   * '"* "hi-ot of rlr.iu or* ba-.wMeiKMltiiiH therr in mining rirclea that the price of     After two y_**ir-.*idleiii**%-aofk latotxs  fe*! long, and from I to »;  (*et wida,
ol NewDenver.   He doe* uuittdvediM'.;'■■,f',"i-   TIih H tbe propert.*.   li.uale.f 'lead ha*, fallen to the lowett jiolat, aod': rc-'tmed -m tbe Albion, iu tbe AiDI- with average  values of from tt.*->< to     (has. W  Aylwin lu- bi*-wcet |>ota*
bnf be i*.   nttretthe]***,   n *ii(-«*s#ffil I oeat Samloii upon   which  an Kn^lish! thai soon I e increase, almady no*,ic«   i» Ah i*m\>. 'W7.'*» gold per ton, i* opened up, '; toe. this woek,   Hidn't glut the market, '."V    v
V
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THE LEDGE, NEW DENVER, B. C, OCTOBER 10, 1901.
Ninth Yeae
t=- i .nnvi-iwn dollars ft veftri!i advance When not so paid it is 32.50 to parties worthy of credit. Legal advertising 10 cents n
nonSriK?«™tTinsertfon.andSceinsalineeach suhsequent insertion. ReadinK notices 25 cents a line, anf commercial advertiMi.R
graded in prices according to circumstances,
FI
every
blazer
should ^admmistereiiwm
b?t^t«°-u1v .'SS  ftSr   tome in and see us, but do not pat the bull dog on the cranium, or chase the black cow from our water
2_^a™Jl,£^ of ''le noblest-works of creation is the man who always pays the printer; he is
■&S$ arn^^ira^e.W^ornless roses for a pillow by night, and nothing but gold tolook a^ by day. ^ ^ ^ ^^
The Ledge.
A pencil cross in this square
Indicates that your subscription is due, and that the editor
wishes once again to look at
your collateral.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1901.
■PROSI THE KDITOK'S lil'PER STOPK
it- a plant, of
The lead refinery
slow growth.
A live ad.  never
them regularly.
has   two   morning  papers.    Thi?; have been guilty ot anarchism in
makes that city distinguished, even that they have allowed lynching of
if the expense is considerably more defenceless negroes by infuriated
than the income. mobs without even the semblance
of trial or justice;  and the negro
Musk is a strong perfume ami ^^ uttered & warn       wonl
will last for ages.    Ten centuries ,Qn ^ ^ fche             Mcfchoili8t
ago the mosque of St. Sophia was Conference in  London lagt   weok
built   in  Constantinople,  and the thftt ^ ^       ^.^ ^ no(;
mortar mixed in  musk.    The per
sleeps.   Take
There is many a second between
the cup and Lipton.
How would the third degree act
upon delinquent subscribers ?
A golden eagle can   fly  with 80
pounds in its beak.    It's a bird.
In Dover, England,  a tree can
be   seen   growing   out   of a mill
-•chimney**-—— ———————
Would it be advisable to offer
Lipton the marine portfolio in this
province? 	
The Slocan promises to be lively
this winter to those who are not
pessimistic.   	
One English family has ten sons
in the army. The old folks can
have this paper free.
Subscribers should remember
that this paper is 82.50 a year when
not paid in advance.
The Duke of York did not call
upon New Denver. He will never
know what he missed.
An astronomer says the moon in
liable to quit us. This would be
no surprise to old Slocanites.
In some towns snails are UBed
for cleaning windows. Although
slow they do the work most effectually. 	
Humming birds, of which there
are 1000 varieties, are found only
in America, They are all fond of
honey. 	
Upon pay-days in Sweden the
Hftloons aro closed, and the savings
lianks kepts open until midnight.
The Swedes are not all Dutch.
fume still clings to the church, although it has never been renewed.
In Switzerland all children under
two feet in height travel free, and
those between two and four feet at
half fare. Short height is valuable
in that country, and prevents the
lying about ages that we so often
hear upon the trains and boats in
America.
For fifty years the Yanks have
held the American Cup for yacht
racing, and unless British boats are
made and sailed just a little better
-they-will-hold-it-until—the-eud_of.
time. Canada competed for the
Cup years ago, without success.
Slocan lake would be a fair place
for the next race.
The October number of Lowery's
Claim appears this week. The
onion* for it, especially from the
east, are very heavy this month.
THK   SPIRIT   OK    ANAKCII1SH.
The spirit of anarchism is more
to be feared than its fiercest and
ugliest form. We are all ready to
cry out against the mad and vulgar
deed of the dastard assassin. We
denounce it because it is both mad
and vulgar. In its madness it
frustrates its own ends, and in its
vulgarity offends gentle and refined
tastes. So indignant are we that
we stand up and demand that an
archism be suppressed and all aii
arehistfi expelled. Having done so
much as that, and having seen a
few degenerate and deformed creatures put out of the way, we shall
settle down to life as it was conscious of having cherished proper
sentiments at the right time.
But anarchism is not to be aup-
preflsed by loud denunciations from
press and pulpit, or by new legislation placed upon the statute book.
Congress may indeed make an attack ujmiu the life of the President
a capital offence, and State Governors may pronounce condemnation upon anarchism in their messages, but all that will avail nothing, for anarchism is not flesh and
lioni-H to be ended by the electric
(•hair, or a thing of bulk and weight
to lie dejiorted aerow*. the Hen*. The
misguided asHiwsin and his abandoned confederates are not all there
is of anarchism: and. even were
they all given over to the vengeance
of the mob of indignant citizens,
the evil which they incarnate would
i
....
The Dominion Government are
putting 100,000 Mack bans from
Ontario into B.C. \vato.is, Some
years-* ago Ontario wa* flooded with
shark* from thi* province.
China has a canal  2,100 mile*
long.    It would break Canada to| Mtni r«.main, for tlioirown l>a^l Hpirit
have ""e that length.    All the pin- j ]m* a,mw,y ^w jnto the hUm]  of
v**'*........    *■*'   *""■*      *■■'.- | tlieir uxeciiMoiu-m anil main- hiciii •;(upiu.<i|.u»
■■(-.■,.■■ ...*.. vi,.Ami iU,H. j )U)lirch,KtM in turn.
In Him United State*, a counhv1 M*"«' "Hogethcr shallow in our
where the -41111 and ropeiMi HMiftci.ithinking mid Hclf-righteonn in our
x« ind-*.' nnd iurv. ii is little W.11J ''oiiduet »f w« HU\>\*t*e that we can
tier that a president is occasionally j P,a>' *'"' I""'1 «»f awm-hintM «-•<- «*•
killed by a .-wink  who thinks h',.) cape their condemnation.   Talmage
talked the rankest  anarchism, a*
i*eckli"*wlv as ever Kiiiina Goldman
protect its humblest citizen need
not be surprised when the life of
its President is threatened."
Nor need we in Canada rest content, for we *too live in a house of
glass. The coarse and brutal type
of anarchism which speaks against j
the King or seeks the murder of the
civil magistrate is not to be found
among us, but the spirit of anarchism is abroad and is working evil
in the life of our country. For
what is anarchism ? It is not the
shooting of kings or the assassination of presidents, or the wild and
foolish speech of misshape^ souls.
"Whatever defsats theends'oHustice
or subverts the progress oi social
order, or destroys the dignity and
authority of civil government, is of
the essence of anarchism,    j..
What shall we say, then,, of the
attempts,successful or unsuccessful,
of great  corporations  to  control
legislation for their own ends, but
to the people's hurt ?   It is anarchism.   What shall we call the manipulating of conditions by which
enormous wealth lifts a few men
above the reach of the law so that
the powers that be are created, not
to the ordinance of God, but by the
will of the capitalists?   It is anarchism.   Who are they that form
rings and cliques and by organization within the body politic gain
their own ends through holding the
balance of power;  the  •'imperium
in imperio," the men of the "corporate vote," be they ecclesiastical,
industrial, commercial or what not?
They  are  anarchists.    Who are
they that go through the land corrupting the electors, buying individuals with money, buying whole
districts with promises, and nullifying the judgment of the people
by stuffing the ballot-boxes with
bogus votes ?   They aro anarchists.
What shall we call the men who
beseigo the government and demand
concessions and favors, not because
they aro juut, but because  they
would serve the selfish ends of those
who seek them ?   They are anarch-
irits.    All this is anarchism, and
none the less to be feared that it
pretends to be respectable and docs
its work without the oluiiiRy aid of
pistol or bomb.
It is of the first importance that,
we all understand clearly and believe firmly that civil government
is not a mere social convenience,*!!
CHAMBKKSBUR'.' SARCASM.
If you have goods to sell, advertise them. Hire a man with a
lampblack kettle and brush to paint
your name and number on all the
railroad fences. The cars go whizzing by so fast that no one can read
them, to be sure, but perhaps the
conductor will be obliging enough
to stop the train for inquisitive
passengers.
Have your card on the hotel register by all means. Strangers stopping at the hotel for the night generally buy a cigar before leaving
town, and need some inspiring
literary food besides.
If an advertising agent wants to
advertise your business in a fancy
frame at the depot, pay him about
200 per cent, more than it is worth
and let him put it there. When a
man has three-quarters of a second
in which to catch a train he invariably stops to read depot advertisements, and your card might take
his eye.
Of course the street thermometer
dodge is excellent. When a man's
fingers are freezing, or he is puffing,
"phowing" at the heat, is the time
above all others when he reads a
thermometer advertisement.
Print in the blackest ink a great
sprawling card on all your wrapping
paper. Ladies returning home
from a shopping tour like to be a |
walking bulletin; and. if the ink i
rubs oft' and spoils some of their
finery, no matter.
Don't fail to advertise in every
circus programme. It will help the
circus to pay their bilk, and the
visitors can relieve the tedium of
the clown's jokes by looking over
your remarks about "ten per cent,
below cost," etc.
A boy with a big placard on a
pole is an interesting object on the
street, and lends a dignified air to
the establishment. Hire a couple.
Patronizin|p"everv—agents—who
shows   you an advertising tablet
and squalling, before its exquisite
mamma, said:
"Here, look at your boy."
"Doctor!" she exclaimed, almost
fainting from the shock, "how dare
you hold a nude child  up  before
me?"—Chicago Record-Herald.
/
m
"What is your favorite dish?"
inquired Mrs. Frontpew of • Rev.
Longface, the new pastor. She
felt sure it was chicken, but it
proved not. ' 'Er—the contribution
plate," answered Mr. Longface,
absently.     ^	
"lam a self-made man," said
the pompous individual with his
chest expanded. The other looked
at him critically. "Your excuse is
satisfactory," he said.
A Vassar girl made a jump of
thirteen feet seven inches. The
name of the person who released
the mouse is not known.
No need to build your hen-house
on your neighbor's lot in Alaska.
Every 100 square miles only "cdu-
tains 11 inhabitants.
THE
PALfl
IN NELSON.
W. G. BROWNE
The citizens of Kaslo have bought
50,000 shares of True Blue stock.
J. E. Angrignon
The Leading
Hairdresser'
Finest Shop in the Slocan.
Brick Block,   Bellevue Ave.
Denver, B. C,
New
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<i>ni]R'titUm the famous Milwaukee Hours.
Our Special Canadian Rye is the most palatable whiskey in the market.
We have it in bulk and is cases, 5's and 6's. We are agents for the Bruns*
wick-Balke-Collender Co. Billiard and Pool Tables and supplies of all kinds
Write us for prices and terms.
and card, directory, dictionary, or
even an advertising bible, if one is
offered at a reasonable price, shows
that you know where to invest
your money.
But don't think of advertising in
a well-established, legitimate newspaper. Not for a moment. Your
advertisement would be nicely
printed and lind its way into the
thrifty households of the region.—
Chambersburg (Pa.) Opinion,
Moili'Nty  nf h   KohIoii   Mutlii-r.
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r —I yo—*r-.tYi.Vx—Al** rnxxittr^xIT
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THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE
NO. 4 K.-W. C. BLOCK, NELSON, B.C.
*l
This brings us to a story about
one of these modest ladies of Boston
that ought to be told here. The
stork,being disposed to be friendly,
called on this sensitive creature
and her husband not long ago and
left a beautiful little babe for them
to love and cherish. A physician
who happened to be visiting them
at the time picked up the precious
little one, and holding it,  kicking
Hold 1 Silver-Lend and Copper Mines wiinted nt the KXCH ANCJK.
KKEE MILLING GOLD properties wnnted at once for Eastern Investor*,
Parties liavlui; 111I11I11R property for mile are requestpd to »enil snnipleiof tliclrore to
the ExeliiuiKe for inhibition,
All -.iimpleD should bo sent by ExprexH, prepaid.   CorreHiiondeiiee solicited.
.Address nil eommunicatloim to- ANIIKKW   F.   ItOHKNIIKltOKlt,
Telephone No. UH.   P. O. Hox 700. NnUun, Ii. C.
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INTIIKNI'KCIALTY NOW
Cups and Saucers
25c to $1.00
Tea Sets j-gggggg^ $3 to $15
Vn«i'j mul .Urdlnli'ivi In tlmt li.-niitlfnl iii-w
i|r»ltfll
DUTCH BULBS '"■' ?»" ••"••'••"i» *i»»
The NewmarketHotel,
NEW DENVER,   B. 0.
Has one ot the most beautittil locations in America, and the public are
assured of pleasant accommodations.
  Proprietor,
HENRY 8TKLH-.
SMOKE
KEUOWNA
CIGARS
UNION MADE
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NfW Denver, It, I.'.
Job Printing:!
That assays high in artistic merit, quickly
done at New Denver's printing emporium—
THE LEDGE
Address
.4      «. tf.44ll.-l.      ./««l*
Huui''. iiilll:ii
hiiH a utiHsinn on earth.
In lioiiinaiiia iimi hern tic ted
ribUiii** an hi ni I \\w .ttikli-** nl' ilnii
children to keep them from harm.
We laujib Hi •""■'I' -"» '•"•"loin in tan*
a.la. but then wc win-l-i- it lot of
rice when a l.iiilit.1 couple -inke**
the camp.
So pine** iu   \\w   VMilltl    ■Allli   llie
Klii-Atit ul Ai*ii7iu-i7iiiii, hut ihoi iii,»,
very true and real hphkp "the po\v-j
en* that lie arc ordained of God" j
and that "by Kim kinj,'H rule audi
pnnci'H Occrec juMicc. li wdm-i
get the divime right or the divine |
purpose iu civil government, wej-ww-J
arc in the way to regard all author-j    ^*
n
H
raved and  much  mon- hurt fully. ■ ity in the Hpirit of atiiirehimn: »»»lj)f I
when he wiwhed that the 1'trnitUnt h our ruler* if they forget their high -t$ i
j,,.,.,,   {.-f-tjmtlv   iniir-1 calling, not only provoke the Hpirit.
but aii* guilty of the crimen of the
anarchist** thcHiM-lvc*-*.~-.l, A. M..
iu t'it'ueii and Country.
U.-fftH.-'ltl   lu
deied with bin own xntokiiig pictol.
Score** of American ncwepHper**
havc Iwen rioting in aiiar»-hiHm all
the while they bi*v«" ,*,M''- brx-a-ihmg
mil v»'Oj_.-;i,i.'.'. iiii.uu. t llu- aiuu'fb-
t-ntue   popnl'tfioji.   ex-repf   Nelwiti. jiHtc.    Tin" whole* American nation
Ciifi'lerni'l*' ui tl..* -.iiiitk.' in N''iM,>-
i* r*ui->*"l l.y id** |..*..ji .* (.milking H<»>*»*
Sent mul Kittle Kin:* <*i|»ar*.
ti
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I lmtr*9*r*mttmimmi
IBaink of Montreal.
KutHbii.ii.'.i mn.
Capital (all paid u\>) $1_",uuu,iaju.uj
Reserved tund   :   :    7,000,0(X).U) h
Undivided profit*  :   t   M0,0R1.(U
iikaii ocriOK, montiii:ai..
Kt. Ilo.v. !>iiii>Kti<atiicona a.id Mount Hovai, O.C.M.O. President.
Hon. fi. A. Drummokh, Vice President,
fr. S, UuiUs'j'oN, tjoneml MftllMgei,
Mr-inelici in  -ii! i.-irt«i nf P.-iniirin, Newfoundland, ('treat Britain, nnd
tlie United States,
New Denver branch
I.B B. DE VEBEk, Manager
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Ninth Year.
THE LEDttE, NEW DENVER, B. (J., OCTOBER 10. 1901.
Whenever a people becomes so
thoroughly devoted to money-getting that it becomes a mania to the
[exclusion of all the higher ideals,
It has long been a favorite pro- \ silver when it ran out.    But it did its downfall is certain if not, speed-
ZINC ORE IN ARKANSAS
\
The first blast threw off hundreds
of tons of 40 per cent, ore and. the
ore face now exposed is 60 feet
thick. There is really no estimating the value of the ore in sight
and yet so .crude are the transportation facilities that the ore now
being marketed is rafted 200 miles
down, the river.
MONKV   THK    RULING* VOWKIt.
phecy among miners that the zinc j not run and all they got was the
market could easily be cornered, j fumes of the metal passing up from
because there is no such thing as ■ the smelter, or, as one native put
scrap metal to interfere with the j it, thereu "riz the beautifulest rain-
complete control of the mining out- '■ bow you ever seed." That was
put. But this dream must now be j over 30 years ago and they did not
dispelled, for the discovery of mil-[think enough of zinc then to de-
lions of dollars worth of the metal j velop the ledge. Yet the Morning
in Arkansas will render a corner j Star mine, as the site is now called,
impossible. It would not even be ] contains the greatest deposit of zinc
possible to buy up the mines and j ever uncovered in the history of
form a combination, because nearly mining. It is really a zinc quarry
all the mines are on Government
land, of which any one person may
buy but 320 acres. While hundreds of prospective settlers are
agreeing under the Government
rule to settle in the prairie'; states
on the Indian reservation, there
are thousands and thousands of
acres owned by the Government in
the ano district pf Arkansas which
may be obtained by any citizen free
under the Homestead law or which
may be purchased OHtrightj for $1.25
an acre.    The land is all underlaid
with zinc, and there is a fortune in
it for the settler, if he has, patience.
to wait awhile, for the very richest
district is not on the railroad.    It
is truly a remarkable  condition.
Several railroads are racing into the
district which heretofore has been
a much despised region, and the
day that, the first one gets its feeders into the mines thousands of
people who can hardly grub a living
oil' their laud   now   will  become
wealthy.    And yet all the Government land is not taken up,although
the rush into the district is tremendous.
Near Jasper, Marion county, 1000
tons of ore lie piled on the ground
waiting for the future market.    It
is at least 60 per cent, ore, and the
mine from which it came seems to
be inexhaustible. The thousand
tons were blown right off the surface of the ground. On the Buffalo
river there is a shaft which had
been sunk 67 feet through zinc and
the oro seemed to he getting better
in grade the further down they
went.   The bottom of that shaft
SJ had water in it, and from what the
writer could learn the owner had
intentionally placed it there for the
purpose of concealing his bonanza
from the gaze of objectionable
neighbors and claini-jumpers. Near
Dodd City is another shaft 125 feet
deep, 90 feet of which was pay ore.
Between Harrison and Dodd City
a Massachusetts man who had purchased 80 acres at 82.50 an acre
refused 800,000 for his laud, and
standB pat for 8100,000 when the
railroad gets through.
iMeantime the railroads are racing
one another to bring the futures of
these people nearer to them. The
St. LouiH and San Francisco railroad has already got as far as Harrison on the way to Yellville, the
centre of the zinc dintrict. One of
the Gould roads is constructing a
connecting link passing to the
northweHt near Harrison into the
.loplin district. Another road will
be built front Halem, Mo., to Fort
Smith, passing right through the
zinc belt. Still another road is
being built from Harrison to Win-
nerva, the head of navigation on
the Whit* river,where the (tavern-
-^ ment is putting in locks and dams
tt) improve the water t raiiH|»orta- j
tion. One of the roads is Ixiring a
tunnel 10OO feet long through the]
mountain near Kureka Springs. 1
It is all mountainous country audI
the obstacle* with which the roads!
have to contend make the race ex-1
citing. i
The di«eovery of  rinc ore caniei
about as follows: \
Two farmer*' girl*, driving home'
the cows one evening,  picked up:
ntm.-.a «tf 'i  .-Wnimr   umir-ml     ichlf'h '
. -p.
they called tlickeii*.   The men folk?*.!
*      however, thought they  had  found1
pieces of silver, and a comjiaiiy wax,
formed   and   prospecting   begun.
They found :t ledge  where flic ore
showed thick and they iiii|Hirtcd
ti two   German   metallurgists,    who
built them a xmelter according to;
the old SjwmhkIi pattern.    It if Mill
standing.   The smelter was tilled,
with  on* and charcoal  and  they
held ladles to catch   the   molten
We can readily immagine how
learned people can discuss for hours
a question of the primacy of the
acorn or the oak. Of a kindred
nature is the proposition of the, hen
and' the egg. There is room for
discussion. Arguments can be marshalled in defense of either end of
the proposition, but when it conies
to the question of which is first,
"the man or the dollar," there
ought to be n'o hesitancy or equivocation in framing a reply.
o We have often heard quoted,
"Money the master and everything
else the servant," and we regretfully admit that this is a true picture of the situation at the present
time.
Either the oak produced the
acorn or the acorn produced the
oak, but man existed for thousands
of years upon the earth's surface
before money existed in its em-
*l5ryMiFsS^e^n~tli^'l)faiir^f'^(5B^
prehistoric semi-savage who wished
to swap snakes with his fellow.
Man was first. Money is a creature of man. It is a tool of Wade,
an implement invented to transact
business. Being a creature of man,
how can it become more important
than its creator?
A more axiomatic statement of
the proposition as it should be is,
"Man the master, money the servant." The man ought always to
stand above the dollar, and any
system of philosophy, politics or
morals based upon any other idea
is fallacious, mischievous and revolutionary.
Daily we are regaled with stories
of fabulous wealth, of accounts of
millionaires, the forming of great
corporations, and the sudden acquisition of colossal fortunes. Read
by the philosopher, these are tale*
of moral decadence and incontestable evidence of national degeneracy.
ily arrested.
The ideals of our youth have become passe. The Websters, the
Franklins, the Lincolns no longer
appeal to the political degenerates
of this age and generation. We
have new gods. The Rockefellers,
the Morgans, the Hannas decorate
the pedestals upon which we used
to unveil our heroes. They are
pointed out as examples for aspiring youth to emulate. Every man
is estimated at his market quotation. He is a mere thing of stocks,
and bonds, the prey of gigantic
gamblers who sit at their desks in
Wall street and dictate to industry
in the factory and in the marts of
trade. ' 'Are these not smart men?''
they ask. Yes, indeed. So is the
robber, the thief and the highwayman if he makes a glittering success
of his trade.
In the olden time there was a
man called Aaron. He was a man
of brain and a felicity of expression.
He was chosen by the Lord for a
special mission because of his wisdom and convincing speech. He
was told to join Moses in an expedition to Pharaoh to secure.the release of a host of bondaged Jews.
As an effective auxiliary to his
argument, the power of magic was
added unto him. Iu the name of
the Lord, dust turned into lice,
sticks became snakes, rivers ran
with blood, frogs descended as the
rain. After his mission had become successful and they were on
their way to the promised land of
Canaan,the Jews got tired of Moses
and mtitterings were heard against
him. Moses had been the friend
of the common people. He wished
to lead them out of thralldom and
confer upon them the blessings of
a
moral descendants have been bowing the knee to the same divinity
ever since. Aaron was smart, yet
the golden calf had more attraction
for him than the Lord who had
talked to him and.who had supplied
him with the magic wand. As the
leadership of Aaron was dangerous
then, the leadership of Hanna is
dangerous now.
7 A bout, nineteen hundred years
ago there was born in Bethlehem
another Moses with a desire to lead
the common people out of another
bondage. Every breath was inspired with love of the common
people. He encountered the Morgans, the Rockefellers, the Hannas
of his day and generation, and
single-handed and alone he lashed
them from the temple, tipped over
their tables, spilled their money
and drove out the horde which he
was not afraid to characterize as
thieves. O, for a little of the spirit
of this man now,instead of so much
fawning sycophancy and truckling
to the holders of ill-gotten wealth;
The common people for whom He
fought became His executioners
and by them He died. History repeats itself. A like aggregation, a
similar mob is today howling at the
heels of -another Moses, shouting
"Crucify him, crucify him." Will
you join the rabble?
A n;u foot mast has been set up at
Si.isoinst'L, Maes ; foi* the, wireless tolt-
graph station which will receive ■messages from the Nantucket lightship.
Ground connections were made by
placing eifjht heavy metallic plates,
2Jx8 feet, in the "-round.
Seeds, Trees,
Planfq
X-lC*"UO   AGRICULTURAL
IMPLEMENTS,
BEE SUPPLIES,
FRUIT BASKETS,
FERTILIZERS.
BlllbS for Fall Planting.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY,
SO-ili Westminster Road. Vancouver, U. C.
WHITE LABOR ONLY
CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS
SIT. YER LEAP Mineral Claim.
THE MINERS'
EXCHANGE,
H. GIEGERICH
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
Agent for
GOODWIN  CANDLES
GIANT POWDER
KASLO
AINSWORTH
SANDON
Whose 0
Place •
THEO. EVANS'
GEM CHOP HOUSE  KASLO,
Fresh Fish all the time,     meals
Poultry most the time. 25   UP
Situate in the Sloc-ni Miniiij,' Division of West
Kootenav District. Where located: On North
Kork of Eight Mile Creek.
'PAKE NOTICE, Thai I, Allien E. Ashcroft,
I Provincial Land Surveyor, as agent for Ernest C. Britton.F. M C. No. B45D83, and Joshua
Fletcher, F. M. C. No. BiSIM, 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 claini.
And further take notice that action under seo*
tion 87 must be commenced before the. issuance
of such certilieate of improvements.
Dated this 12th day of August, A. D mn.
ALBERT K. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.
BKXBOW, TR-U7MPH, TOM BOWLING,
BIO   KANAWHA,  SKATON  FRACTION,  TRIUMPH    FRACTION
anil   BKXDIOO   FRACTION
Mineral   Claims.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of Wosts
Koolenay   District.        Where     located:
Near the Elgin mineral claim,:south of Sandon.
'PAKE NOTICE That 1. W. S. Drewry, acting
1    as agent lor Nellie Hickey, F.M.C. No, 88(1.4,
and Wm. C. Yawkcy. F. M. C. No.879.")l, Intend,
sixty days from the date hereof to apply to tho
Mining   Recorder    for     certiticates  of    Improvements for the pur'iose of obtaining a Crown
grant of each of the above claims.
And further take notice that action under section .M" must be commenced before the issuance
of such certificates of improvements.
Dated this lflth dav of September, A 1).. liiOl.
\J*. S. DREWRY.
HANDY   and    HAltllSKltAdl-KI.I.
Mineral Claims.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West
Koolenay District. Where located: AlKiut
two miles up Carpenter Creek from Three
Forks on the south side of creek.
'PAKE NOTICE Thut I, George Marr, of Mc-
1 Guipiu, free miner's certificate No. K ASIST.,
intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to
apply to the Mining Recorder for Cerlllicatcs of
Improvement, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of each of the above claims. •
And further take notice that action, under Miction 37, must be commenced before the Issuance
ol such Ccrtitieates of Improvements.
Dated this 10th day of SrptemliiT. A. D. 1901
Three Forks
B. C.
CAMERA
BARGAINS!
1 I'oclot Kiihik, lined, regulai #.'•.'»» ... lor * II !*i
I No I V. !'. K'lil k. uni'il. ley *HM«i ... .tiiri'to
1 No,* A.C.I'.KutUk.iidw. r«ir. *W.(nt...for»li>.Hii
l N'o. n H,l'. Kodak. uM. mt. *»n.«».    tor IIM**
» No. I Hull"* Eye, uM, reg, tl**.'»i lor limn
1 No. I I'sndrain. iiwI. rcg. i-"10.<« f"r »N 0>
I No. '• <II-'ii<h», *U.'., uml, reg *V,.in. ■ ■   for *l,hi
1 Vo .1 I'rcmi., ■lift, new. rig *1-V(ifi.      for *1S.V1
I'mIi with (inter, or wml I'M", mul li-ilmiee
C.o,l>.,»iiliJeel to I'Xiiiiiinnllipil.
0. 8TKATHEARN, KaMo, H. C.
civilization.""
While, their benefactor was upon
a high'mountain transacting business with his master, the people
clamored for another god. They
were not satisfied with the one that
brought them out of bondage. They
became afflicted with the commercial imperialistic sentiment so prevalent nowadays. So Aaron made
for them a golden calf. They fell
down   and worshipped it.   Their
Nelson Saw and
Planing Mills, Ltd.
Lumber
Doors
Windows
Store Fronts
Show Cases
Store & Bar Fixtures
Counters
Fancy Glass
Provides Mccommodatioti for
the travollinj., public . . . A.
Pleas'int rooms, and good
meals. The bar is stocked
with wines, liquors and
cigars. HOT and COLD
-BATHS-	
HUGHNI\EN, Proprietor.
in
NOTICE.
TO DELINQUENT'CO-oWNKH.
To WILLIAM MURRAY HOTSKORD, or to
any person or persons to whom he may hare
transferred his interest in tho Joker Fraction
Mineral Claim, situate on Codv Mountain
in the Sloean Mining Division of West
Kootenay District.
VOU are hereby notilied that 1 have expended
1 sin.*) in labor and materials ou the Joker
Fraction Mineral Claim aforesaid. The alwve-
uiciitloned sum was the necessary amount required to be expended ou tbe said mineml claim
in order to hold same under the provisions of the
Mineral Act, for the two years ending the iifth
day cf October, 1900.
And 11 within !H) days from this notice you fail or
refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditure, together witli all costs of advertising,
your interest in the eaid claim will become the
property of the undersigned under Section, 4 of
"the Mmeril Act'Amendinent Act WOO."
Dated at Vancouver, this 3rd day of October,
W01. J. MacQUILLAN.
MISMK HA-HA,   EVKNING,   JENNIE,
VIOI.KT iuul VIOLET Fit ACTION
Mineral Claims.
NG^IGEr
.Every Home
A Reliable
Thermometer
and 'Barometer
Worth $1.00, specially mmde to
meet th« climatic oondtttont tvf
Western Oanadt, will b« sent
fm to ©very yearly ■ubacrib.r
of tht
WEEKLY FREE PRESS
WINNIPBO
Season 1901-1903
•Cut out tht* advtrtlsamcnt
and toewAiA to Free Preu with
one dollar and receive Weakly
Prat Preae for one yw*r tog**h-
er with a handsome ttiitrmom-
mer and barometer,
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
ro WILLIAM MURRAY BOTSF6RD. or lo
whom he mav have transferred his interest
in the Cody Fraction Mineral Claim, situate
on Cody Mountain in the Sloean Minim*
Division of West Kootenay District.
YOU ire hereby notified that I have expended
W05 In labor and materials on the Cody
Fraction Mineral Claim aforesaid. The above
mentioned sum was the necessary amount re.
quired to he expended on the said mineral claini
in order to hold same under the provisions of the
Miner*-.! Act for the two years endliiK the td day
of Auuust, 190(1.
And If within V0 days from this notice you fail
or refuse to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure, together with all costs of adverds-
liiiar, your Interest in the said claim will become
the properly ot the uiiderslf-ued under Section t
nt the "Mineral Act Amendment Act luou."
Dated al Vaiiciiiiver, this 8-1 day of OctoU-r. A.
D.W01. J, MacQUILLAN.
Situate   in  the    Slocan    Mining   Division  of
West  Kootenay District.     Where  located:
OnTrilmtarv Creek, in the Slocan Mining
Division of West Kootenay. B. C.
TAKE  NOTICE  Thai I,   E. M, Sandilands,
I    Cft. No. U .V_3i*.», [U'tliifr as afjrcnt for I'. Burns,
Cft. No. li Mi„, and D. D. Mani'i.Cft. No. A 8054,
intern! 00 days f rum the date hereof to apply to the
Mining   Recorder for Certiticates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown trranti*
ot each of the above claim*,.
And further take notice that action under section ST must be commenced before the Issuance-of
such certiticates of improvements.
Dated this 2Mh day ol August. A.D., Kill.
E. M. SANDILANDS.    ■„
KKTUKN   Mineral Claim.
Situate iu tlie Slocan MiniiiK Division of  Weat
Kootenay District. .   Where located:   West
T
of the Sapphire, on Payne Mountain.
KE NOTICE That I. Herbert T. Twlg_
audit for thei Payiie_CoiisoUdated Mining-
Twig(*. aa
.-  —._-    ed MTnint
Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certilieate No;
__B^75ji|tenilJsixtiuiavAirom,the,date,hftr«nf_
To apply fotheltfnin*,' Recorder for a Certificate
of Improvements, for the purpose  nf obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim-
And further take notice that action, under section 87, must bc commenced before the issuance
of such Certilieate of Improvements.
Dated vhis Mb day of September, A. D. WOl.
HERBERT T. TWIGG,
NOTICE.
TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.
To I) W'.MOOIIK, or to any |*rson lo whom he
limy have transferred   tits interest in the
Twickenham mineral claini, at the head of
El-flit Mile creek, In the Slocan Minim: Division, of West Kootenay District:
\MiUnre hereby notified that I have expended
»7.'i In labor nnd Improvement., on iiccnunt
ol your Interest  In   the  Twickenham mineral
chum.  The above mentioned #7.1 Is your proportion of llie expense tiecessMl-v iu-ii'd.r to holittlic.
mi Id claim under the provision* of Ihe Mineral
Act, ami If within ninety days from the dale of
this notice you fall or refuse,  to contribute tin-
above mentioned sum, which i« now due, in-
nether with all costs of advcrtislint, your inti-re'l
In the Mlil claim will lieconie Ihe |iro|i<-ilv ofthe
Umlii'Kllined, under Section  4 nf the --Mineral
Aei Amendment Act limn"
Dated at New Denver. II. C, this 3rd day of Or*
tobi-r.H-oi. FRANK E Cl.t'TE
NOTICE^
TRAMP IH.ANKT FRACTIONAL
Mineral Claim.
Situate in the SI icau MiniiiK Division of'.'.'-nt
Kootenay District. Where located: On
1'ayne Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE That I, Arthur S. Farwell,
Free Miner's Certilieate No B.WIM, intend, Go
days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certilieate of Improvements, for
the puriKjse of obtaiiiliiK » Crown Grant of the
above claim.
Ami further tnke notice that action, under
section ,17, must be commenced before the Issuance of such certilieate of Improvements.
Dated this T.tWi dav >'f August, A. D. 1U01.
«-6-<» A, S. FARWELL.
CKNTKAl.,   HKD FOX  nml   KKliTFOX
FRACTION Mineral Claims.
Situate  In  tlie
West  Koote.iny   District
%
here located:
Charles Hillyer, Manager.
Noloon, B, O*
KYKS
KXAM1NKD
KUEK,
AND NO
GLASSES
PUFSCKHIED
UNLESS
We
Ido
txpert
'Optical
........  .1..
WUI n     • fl_ *   «i
Brown Bros.,
The Jeweler*, Nelson.
%/f
THE NEW YORK
CLIPPER
Contain*   a   Rotlable   Reoord
of all tho Ivento In tha
THEITRIOAL WORLD
ANO Till
WORLD OF SPORTS.
WJ1LI1MID WICKLY.
•4,00 A VIA*. tlNOLK COPY, lOotfl.
Per aalo by all Howadoalom.
SAMPLE   COPY   FREE.
kftftrono WtW VO»K CUPP«H\
NIW YORK.
Say,
Partner
Signal IjowEUYfe Claim.
to «'ome your way by!
scuiling the editor a dol
Inr. It fnrnwlH'K w p<»w
ilei* that leaves no mittseii
hole.**,, and ennnut l>e
beaten ibr shattering tlie
rofik of .superstition and
1^11X11 (till V   m.*!  »MU'l,i ;*«>
much ol" the bright met-
'    '   freedom   on   this
1
THE BEST IS NOT
TOO  0O0O
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•lob Printing is an art.
It is today one of the
most advanced of arts,
and greater el-Torts an-
being made t<» reach
perfection than ever
before in the history
of printing. Kvery up-
to-date business man
recogni/.es the importance of having his sta-
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i
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AT "i ni... i. Lb\jii-
i'ii,. i ..-<t i« im ifi, .ni iii tu iin I.,*. i,*i.i'i'
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Id IIKUNVCEST C.i.oWXKR,
To.lulls Kl.liliicll. or toniiy iiermiii ur (icrMtn*
In miii ini hi. may Imve l,rini«fi*iT".l hl« lnt.-i'.»(
Indie "Vermm" Mineral Claim., one of die
"Nuii|pureir KTnii|i. ultu-iti' ni-ar Itenr Lake,
in tlie Sloctiii Mlliliii* lllviMun ol W'eki
Kontciiiiy DUtrici:
\'OV lire liereli.V IKilllled thill We Imve i'X|M*lidiil
llitl'i.i III lnlKir mid llii|irnvi limit* nil ,ie
i Mini nl viiin iiiiin.l Iii the Vriiniii Mliiinil
("liiilil. Tin- above iileiilloniil »1i»p.i|.'i N your
iiroiHirll'Mi nl llu-e»|ieiiiM' ntM-fiury In order lo
liolil the Kpilil iliilin under tlie |irovi*>loiii. uf tin-
Mineral Act, iuul if wilhl.l nlnely diiyn from the
il.ili- of lhl» notice ymi full or rclu-v lo eontrllmle
tlieiilmve iiinitloiuil mini, uMill in now due,
louelher with nil eo«l« of iidvertUlnif, \mir in
tcrml III tlieaalii clilm will |n'i'omt* tin* |ir"|«'iU
nl ilii.»iili.i-rll.ir». under Section I of llie "Min |
end Art Ami-niluienl Act v»«i*'
llli-i nt wu.ii, it c   iiii« i*iii iUs i.i \i\t\A
vm ' ',
■I   O   Mcl.KAX. I
WII.I.IA.M A. I'l.Al.KI*
NOTICE.
l'i m:i,i\vn-'.NT (•■»•'iWXKIl
'lo die K»tnieol X   |t    M'kiiii, or Hlip.in-M .11 ;
il nuiy i-niH'i cir '
\'t»r nr.* Iii lel.v in.llliiil thai I  luce .vi-ippIuI ,
i...   i,., 1       i ....      in, t ,'».'
In i.ili.r.iii'l liiitiroviiiMMli. ui..ii lln< Molll** miii .
,  ,   ,'  !■'■„•.,..      'Im p1.p1    P.p.pip    *-, PP.ll   .1 ,     '..   IK.    •,'   ,■  ,,
Mlolni' I lit l«l"ti, hii.I reeord.-d in (he <ifflc- •.( (In- •
.Mlnlnif K.i'inl' r '<»» the »,.HI <Uv nloi,. i«iii|,» Hie ,
Mtii'iimt r.i|iilii<l lo li-lil  ..(ill (Uiin  in..I. r Hi.-
Iimi i«|.m«.,| i|i>- iln,. i^i A. t Im lie >..n < iiilinv .
Xili mini l.llli. l:"">.
And (( wKIiiii ulnitv dn- fiom (ImiIiIi il tlila
i|.,llr.. y.ni l„U ...i i.f'i-. I,. .-.,,, Ml.pit*. f.'ir ■■',.
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iifl "f  llhflli.lli!' yttut tlilft, 't In III.  •4kl*till».
Ii »lil Iriroiiu ih.   i....i-rls   ..fili.   iimi. (.i.'iii.l
noli i ..ili.u I .»• in   li-Mo    mui il  id,   \(|i„f.,l
\l"t     |'«..
I'.IIN  \ %I,I,AS('K
I'.'nl lln« )• Ih ■!..  *.| Jn  t , !'«•!
SuriiriDe HhnIii and Jpiln* die Surprise on the
"otith.
'IUKE NOTICK tlmt 1,(1. H- Ayliml.nitM't for
I John A, Kliieh, Vw MlniVit C-'rtltleaie No.
H&WW.UwirKe H. Heiidei-on. Ki-*«Mlii(*r-»Ce»-
(llleatcNo II mtli, CoriidlltiK M (lethliiK. Yno
Mlnei-'clVititlente No. II Will-lit, Kini' Mlner'r. Cur*
illleiite No. ri»«i. Intend.-.Ixtv duyn from the il»tft
hereof, to ji-i'ily (o the Milling Heeorder
for a (Vrtllleud* of liii|>roveiiieiit.*>, for the pur*
|hih<' of olitHluliiK h Crown Urani of thi-»l>ovo
I'liiliim.
And further UiU ilice dial netloii under nee*
don .-'7. limit I* i-i.iiiineueed Ix'fore the twuniio*
of •lieh('ellilli'iite»of IllHiroviineiitH,
IlHli-d thl* 1Mil day of Se|ileinlier, A. I), ltul.
TOXM!   KUAtiTION   Mineral CUIni.
Siltiuli' ill tile  Sloi'UII   MiniiiK  llivUioll of Wutt
Kintiimy    illolrltl.      W lleie   loenteil:    On
I'nyiie MiiiniUili. adjoliiliiK "Hllver l(e«f,"
('nrliniiHte KIiik" hiiiI -Siiiiiihlr-pi" Mltieml
riaiiin
TAKK NfiTICK Timl I    I'   M.   Hnyw,   Vra.
1    Mimi'* ' uuin .th  -.\,,. ll ..u.. ne.liiu an
earth. Dig. while the
thought of purchase is
warming your upper
stope.
R. T. Lowery
New Denver, ». C
Si. James
HOTfil.
New Detiv.r, B.C.
Of*r rrenl*  tn   the •*"i   -'V>rnf»irf 11*'1**  rr/iini**    Ihir  reih'tf   wtth. rf:«*'"^r of
f,i.j«"i» P'll'l '  !fc*lU'S--|>« ^l it'tVll'V thpHlXUnW.
aueui for K ll. Wllnou.Kree Mtucr**CVrtlltrnt«
N.p II mi*it,'., tuteitd. «Uty tUys Irom the d»tn
lieieof. lo »|p).lv to llie Mliiliif Iteeorder for ti
(Vrtllli«teof |iu|iriiviimn|.. for thepuriiuM uf
ulimliiink'n Cruwn  (.rani of Ih* above culm.
Ami furth+r Uke iiotlie iIihI actlmi, tiiuUr mo*
linn .IT.munl lie I'oliililtui'ed txfurti (he U»ui.nce
ill aUih Ci lllllr.ilinl lln|.riAt IlltiliU.
Uat.l tlii* _:iril >tav- ot AilKU't, It'll.
I'  M. HAVKS.
(VVNADIAN q
"I'MMKH Tor IIS via.
AMERICA'S GREATEST SCENIC
LINE
To Al.l. KASTKHS I'olSTS via.
l.AKK Itnl'TK, Al.l. HAU.
nr Silo LINK
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_L THE LEDGE, NEW DEJSVEK, B. C, OCTOBER 10, 1901.
Ninth Year
Your Eyes
and My Optical
Departments"8^
My stock of Spectacles and
Eye Glasses is very complete, consisting of Rimless
Eye Glasses and Spectacles
and a full line of standard
goods.   .......
lam the pioneer optician of
the Kootenay, luivinsr the
largest experience, and my    i
appliances are second to none
in the Province	
G.  W.  GRIMMETT, Graduate Optician
and Jeweler.
Aijent for Canadian Kodak Co.
SANDON, B. C.
THE NELSON HOTKL, UAK
makes a specialty of mixed
drinks, and affords	
A Weary and
Thirsty Public
ti .'-hour-day opportunity of
drlnkluii the most delicious
beverages produce* by art and
{,'ood liquors The clears can he
smoked when not a breeze is
atlrrluK, and add pleasure to the
life of any loverof good tobacco
Reisterer & Vaughan
NELSON.
MINING   RECORDS
*)9W99 9M»f9 OM-AM OF T_*TAR POWD.M
Kootenay Coffee
Company
COFFEE ROASTERS
Dealers in Teas and Coffee.
AU grades and prices. A
trial order solicited	
Kootenay Coffee Company
P. O. Box 18.. West Baker St.
NELSON, B. C.
JOHN WILLIAMS
Dealer in
IMPORTED
AND DOMESTIC CIGARS
^TOBACCOES,
"PIP E&T&CT
Van Camp Lunch Goods, Confectionery and Fruit.
BATHS IN CONNECTION.
Newmarket Block.        New Denver
CONDENSED ADS.
sueli as For Salu
oat. Strayed. Stolen, Births, Deaths.
 „. . Personal, Hotels, Leiral, Medienl.nte,,
aro inserted when not o.\c6eillii|*r KO words for
B!i (••fills iiHeli Insertion. Rich live words or lew
over 2.i words are live eenis additional.]    •
ICoiideiiied advertisemenls
Wanted, Lost.Strayed. Stol        .
Murrlatftv, Personnl, Hotels, Leiral, Medienl.nte,,
Hnaployirxont A.gei_cjy.
VTKI.SON   KMI'I.OVMKNT  AGKNCV,
Help of All Kinds Kuriiishoil.
l'ostoftk-o Box t'», NeUon. ,1.11. LOVK.
FOE  SA-Ij-E.
DltY l»UK I'HOI'KHTY. Nortli Fork Car*
iK-iiterereek-ALPS. ALPS FRACTION
nnd ALTUHUS—Crown (.runts obialned. An*
ply, W. J. MCMILLAN & ("if.. Vniiriiiiver, II.C.
DBNTISTRY,
DF.NTIST
DR. MORRISON,
NKLSiiN", It C.       <*,.r. U'AKI) & IIAKKII S(«
.DR. MILLOY "7^
IU" ii ul l'i vein. .•x|*.r<..|iiv in di'iitiil 'v.,rL....ic
ilii.ki'M .1 »|ii*elnlty nf Gold HrldKi' Work. Mull
eiiiiijilcti' diiililofllle In ll l".
SANITARIUM.
H.M.CYON  HOT --PIUNOS *AMT.Vlt*
II1M.   The ui.ipvI iolll|ilet.' y r *  I   Til
Otl tlieCimtiinnl'if Nnrdi Alinri* fi CA L I II
ca. Sltut»ti"l miilm ni'i'iier. un D E 0 fl D T
rlvulli.l (or iii.iiiit.iir IIuhiIiik, it Lp U ll I
KUIiIiik ttii'l Km iirnlnu* lleniilt'iit I'llj-ii-laii
and Nurse. T.'L i/r..iihlc . ..niiiuinivatl..n wilh hII
ptrtH'if the wurl'l: two niilH arrlv- iuul il'|i»n
evtr> it't) ■ It* li.ille « eui* •'.II ii'i vou* mul
miKi'ill.irill'iHi'-.; lu w.iter* In-al all KMnuy
LKur nnd Sliiiimrli Ailini'iil*. T.iin*.: •l.Miirl'i
\n't vui'k aeci.rillii*. t" residence In hotil nt
t/lllM. The Jirli*« ul a round trl|i tlrkel lM*tw««ii
New lliiivi r mul Halcyon, oliUiimtil.' ill llu-
>«arround mul •.'"■I for C> iiay». <• »_ HA ||.|.
i-y«iii K|irliiM"i, Arrow Luke, II. C.
SURVEYOR.
Vli   IIKVLAN'II   Kutfineor mul I'lovlneln
,   LmihI Hurvftor.   S»iii1...ii.
DRXJOS
\\T    f. TKKT/.i:i. A IMl..  Sfimti. M. C
tt .   Mep«li'r» In sll I'linr* mmI A«'>er«'Hh|i
|*llr«
TAILORB.
t    ...   ■'  ". .. :.'■" . "       A.   V ■
tf ,   I'lolhtiii/ i.Mir<!ir.   mill »'i||ill« |.mr<iiimr*
icon JO I'l '
"VVHote***'*!**   Morohantd
'I'I'hmkii.  itKirruv  * en,, win-kMi*.
1      W, ii IiiiiN «|.i] lin(,  tli m     l.'i|U'ir*>   Clifjir*
ami f...in/.iu. Hiin
I (HIM    fllltl MUTCH    *    til.,     \. l_,n
•I     lnn*,tt*i*, \\ lip.|.*v_;. llri-rrtMrifl I'i.ivI.Iiip
Mttrb*i,l*
LEOAL
1/   I .  <*lllllsTIt:, I.. I.. II.. ll.in.ni. »>
I   ,   \U-iiftt,  N.«n I'uhljr.    \m4-ii.  ft. C.
ft, ■ ■,   *>>   fil  »» *iitvirt: . rf
Ml.. OHIMMKTT. f.. I,. n„ B«*Tlit--r,
,   <.f.1iriVir.yi**T\ fmtm*       Hit&m.tt.C.
Mtnrh <(#!*•** »« $rw ttmtrt •ttttf (iMUfdlJ*
SLOCAN     DIVISION*.
I.O0A.TKINS.
Au!*-30-Leroy. Best Basin, \V D Thompson.
.Sept 5-Dlali, Trout ck, N Mott, J Mallard.
7—Explorer, Wilson ck, D McKlnnon.
Ohio, Howson ck, Geo D Long.
d-L W, near Hills Mill. W C Law'^iu-^.
1) N, aaine. N C Dingman.
12-Greeu Wall, Eight Mile cr, F F Liebscher.
13—Forrest. Four Mile, W Brandon.
Queen,same, D Brandon.
H—Fannie. Wilson ck, B N Cook.
Clanmell, McGuigan Basin, J C Carey.
18—Nipissiug, Eight Mile ck, Annie E Auer.
erombie.
Sultan, near L H, J H Moran, A S Brludle.
16—Silna- Moon. Payne mt, J Bou^h.
19--C B, Red mt, W S Milla.
.i—ljea, Glacier ok, G W Martin.
Dliie, came, J B Martin.
Harriet May, Mowich Basin, N O Doii_ld.
.5—Old Abe and Fraliks, Wilson ck. T Pearson.
H Gra*e. B Almaa.
Key fr. SiWer mt.O J Marluo.
A8HK88MKHT-.
Sept S—Milton. Milton fr, Anglo Saxon No t,
Hawkeye, Black Horse, White Horse, Satisfaction. 4—Los Vegas, Oakland, Ootn Paul, C St K.
"^Gibraltar, Boaphorus, Mayflower, Hewett,
Fadora. 6-Tor|iedo, War fr, International,
Suowshoe, Bristol fr, Copper Dipt. Lucky Jack,
Mountain Hell. 9-Blaki*, Random, Sligo fr,
Capella, Wallace, Dewery. Victoria Nod, Cuba,
June Bug. 11—Dinna, Aurora, Zuraster, Vanlnl,
Orient, Rainola, Dividend IS—Henrietta, Basin
fr, Four Mile, Mountain Scenery, P-lmlta. 14—
Ellis. 16-Penereranc*, Ada Bell. Black Diamond, Neglected. Robin, Prince, Dtamonul fr,
Orient fr. 17—-Saddle Rock, United fr. H0-
Amazon, Dolly. .S-Why Not fr. .4-*Pharo.
J5—Kelpie, Old Man, Lilly. a6-Parrott, Cai>e
fr. SO—Ireland, Sllvertonian, Crow fr, Tranquility, Rlncon fr, Mole, Standard, Laughing
Waters, Record, Franklin fr.
TKAN8FKR8.
SeptS—Silver Lake, E L Warner to W W
Warner, Oot 2,1900.
Red Fox, 5-16. Red Fox fr, 3-lfi, Central, {, Ot II
Aylard to J A Finch, Sept .1.
6—Hardscrappel. T Robertson'to Geo Mart-.
June 13.1899.
9—Minnie-ha-ha. il, C Dougherty to P Burns,
Aug 31.
10—March Bird, Suow Flake, J, H M Walker
to W R Will, July 5.
13—Golden Chariot, delinquent notice, W H
Brandon ioMEBragdon, Sept 9.
14—Concasla, J Finlay to L W Knowles aud J
Finlay jr, Sept 11.
17—Mary Durham, 61 shares of | and 1-96, C
Barber to w Hicks. Sept 5.
Mary Durham, J of 9J Fred Clement to W
Hicks, Sept 8.
Mary Durham, 7J of ioj, A Jacobson to W
Hicks, Septo.
Juo Walsh, notice re expiration of miner's license, Sept 14.
*!6— Willard and Key fr, interest seized of O J
Marino by Sheriff Tuck to satisfy Bourne Bros'
judgment of *104.15, Sept 2ii.
Horn Silver, T Kam to L M Knowles, Sept -*5.
Hecla, A Y McDonald to L M Knowlcs.Sept go
Butte, M Cummings to L M Knowles.
""TRT^aHnTfacTtlST'I ?nTOion'^ffnTO?inon~i)y~A"i5'
Rogers, Sept SO.
Magnet, MO, P M Hayes to J C Ryan, Nov 27,
19111.	
SLOCAN    CITY   DIVISION.
LOCATIONS.
Aug SO—Athens, u I Springer ck. Jas 15 Orr.
Amos, adj Arlington. Robt A Bradsliav.-.
San Rafael, head of Lemon, C I) Hitlle,
Horse. Shoe, Ten Mile. A Oweus.
Raiiiona. Ten Mile, Jas 11'Neil.
.8—Champion fr, Falls ek, It K Allen, j
an—Red Rose fr, 1st n I' Lemon, Frank Dick.
.11—Noiiame. *.d n f Lemon, Frank Pu.-vimice.
Sept ,1—Greenwood, Daylon Uaslu, O R Anderson.
Syracuse, Dayton Hill, II A Cameron mnt D
Graham.
Twin, i'ud ti I' Lemon. J Crawford.
Pyrites, below Slocan Cll.v. D I" Robertm-n.
FJorii fr, Ten Mile, CHeln/.!,
4—Broncho, 1st n f Lemon, R K Allen.
(1-Klk, head of Lemon ek, Robt A Hradsliaw,
Black Fox and Beaver, mine, I Louglieed and
T Long.
Vernon, Springer ek, T J Hatty,
Yevoy, nortli of Twelve Mile, Fred T Beiisoii.
Ymir, Tlg«-r ek, H C Haniiiiuii'l.
9-Iliiirulo. Springer t-k, T Illnli'h.
Ditroll.saiiie, J HIuIkIi.
lu-Slili- Hill /r,diid li I Union ek, K ■ Haley,
II -Alum Jl, Twelve Mile ek, Jeff Batty,
Flyitte, Mm.;, I S B>-au|iw
1.1-ltoler,»niiie, T HluUli,
True FlMinv.T.'ii Mile, P Wells.
1»! --('olden Star, Springer ck, Frank IYuv.hi.
Onlileii King, Hiiine, \V F Uulloln,
17   lliiu-lmi.Teii Mile ek, CIi.h II Lucuson.
Aiiitiu, in ine, 11 MoKachern.
Riiud.Sloeiui river, \V llarri-i
IX -Jaekbill .V ll.V'le, bead <>f b-unili ek, 11
IMchutt
Barry, Jlriudleck, A McWhlrler.
(i.*'klnv',*'H'ii<-, M Devlin.
Michigan nnd Lm!>,    (iilnger ek, K Provo>(.
l'i   Itlca, llolilii'i'iii «'k, I lltinuprc.
Cuiiip BIkI. Mine. V (*• Ciirllsk1.
.)   K'.i(! ii.y Hi Id- l.-iii ii ok. DOHoliiTt*'.!!
CrUl*. illvid-- l*t mul .'ml u f Lemon ek, K
I'urv mit-t*.
Mlkiilo, lam.*, .1 V I'urvUut-e.
Can) oil. near Li'iimn ck, I l^oiighee.1-
Alll.llUl.l. ..Hill    N I) ll'illllKI'ttll.
Suiiwl.mi'l Jaek. Iifiui'tii-k. I l>i(mh(«'l.
AUim-d-i.Tcd Mile. II I lilrkw.^l.
I'll* fi, l<i>liln*iitii'< , I'Sw.in.
iM*-|i«>*ti-r, It"! • f l^'iii'iii <-k, lislniui.
Il.li) Kll'-U'l. .'ml li I \*  IIMIiMtli.
MurpKilll'-.-'liif, I A K,'!**>.
;*i "Virtu ', Ihlilr **>|'fiin(iT dip.I II ■'•liif.ii i k«
W Tlt"inlli«»'ii-
i'i   Krl King,ii f S|irlii«ii .-It. It \ llrndolisw.
Amor, fr,H|.rliig*«rrk. *U» K (Jrr.
«*-Ki'> ot K.rio (i. .in I.nn ni.iuiiUIn, |i,v.oi*
l»r mil HOraham.
Fullrn l^-if anil T"'il"ii. I.m >ti rk, l» Haiilon
Mumiy Chief. (Ht-hard «k l» Hunl-Ki.
('«ni^.n, l/iii'in i U, .1 I' Uritft.ll.
.Ml*.UK* IO.
• „..*•>     n.,.,,..n   n»,IV.fl.   nnl„t,lM.i      fit*     <*(»..(.
t*>yraii (r, MldilUt-i fr, Lueky *4. «7-Mllv«r
Lo4>*. Sr* \\mx, KAttnUl'. I* uuu'leu t.it l»n
y«4i., H*iy*l. A'li'MiJ**r, Aduitral. **«• — *>«_i*>-
•ftnt. Itof it.>. *'—Truro. I.«UI1«. limit Vmth..
T&rnim Hf\A (-War Kn>, Hlu« H»ll H^ml*
light. R-lwoiMf. Psjiorami, .•".-■ Hhn* T-*n. *-
Tn-,«    •»- T*ll »li,tt tifiwuvrir*    l'i--Vfi,riiltic
M'luii'i-ni-    U MaiiJlu  li,   Mn)'i-iu. J^i>iiJ<rilJf,
Art. I*. JiiI.jI I*-Mirk Diamond. ll-Tri*
Ilh^ W-lllll Tup, Dsi-y. Illifk Ifiwk. IT-F
.v K. l»-»<-r. Frun, S»u* n. Ihrdm, Fleti-her.
t.'M'kr ('^ ("tir (.ii.. <.i>l.|»n Hoy (or t*» yeiit.
Arg'i, l*..(tlioil fir four >.*ir* I» 11. Ifp.»t,
>l** ulil»r t*ni*j.|.r. .:— I.h«l«- DirrKt, l.ittb*
Ua'V.'.'. '.- :" VVu-.'.'.up... 'VUi'.,' I'liv Lull.*
V«r«r. MeKlnn-m.    14 -Mdy  Krinklln, Oatv
•DR'
r CREAM
BAKING
PIIWMR
Highest Honors, World's Fair
Gold Medal, Midwinter Fair
Avoid Baking Powder* containing
alum. They ■*• i-Juriou to bealtk
Worden and J A Foley.
!H>—Bleandlield, 1-10,'deo Buldo to Frank Dlek.
Sept 3—Gladstone and Paeitic,^, J McKlnnori
to It I Kirkwood, ^vki.
Riverside. T Kllpatrlck to same.
4-Tln Plate fr, J, T .1 Batty, W E Worden and
J A Foley to J McKlnnon.
.1—Westaide, A Tunks to J Frank Collom.
Speculator, $, Mineral Mountain, all, Eda fr, \,
Empire, all, R I Kirkwood to same.
Germanlcus fr, J, Jas Horrie to W H Warren.
9-Great Northern, J, A E Hillman toT Blench.
Grand Trunk,i, J Blench to T Blench.
Lone Pine, Great Western, and St Lawrence, I
each. W Stubbi to T Blench.
10-LittIe Jim fr. W H Warren to W F Du
Bois.
18-Slug Ten, }, C E Smitheringale to T Reid.
23—Champion and Sapphire, W E Lee to Marie
E Dempster, agreement to bond.
Monument No 8 fr, W B George to J Duharael
and Louise Sinkan.
-.5—Mayeta,}. W Kerr to FCarlisle.
Prosperous, R Cooper to D H Gibson.
.6—Little Jim fr, 4, W F DuBpis to M W Cole-
nun.
I'OWER OF ATTORNEY.
Aug 29—M J McCarthy to J P Drlscoll.
Marie E Dempster to Chas Demiwter.
30—Geo Bulko to John Bulko.
CKBTIPICATES OF  IMPROVEMENTS.
Sept i3—Sunlight fr.
f
8
B3
Established in Nelson in 1889
Hurry Up!
We are waiting for you
And you will get white treatment
You never heard of our customers kicking; not
much! They all get 'white treatment', big and little
alike, that's why. The man we have never seen,
who sends his orders by mail is served with the same satisfaction as the man
who buys over our counters. The "best in the house" goes out on memo if the
customer orders "the best in the house." We're not afraid of losing outright
sales between the going out and coming back of the goods.   &^f^thoto*^ttwn?i_
Our stock of Watches and Diamonds is so large that goods out on memo don't handicap us oiiafiii a'do_?s"aire,"vduL'h^ in
Elgin and WaUham Watches-all manner of Cases,      And DIAMONDS-!,.big
delivered.      —  	
bc pretty good people to trado with, don t you think?
but wisely chosen assortment, and a plentj
AT-
 v	
Our Watch and Jewelry departments Have no equal in B. C
All work guaranteed.   Mall orders receive our prompt and careful attention
JACOB DOVER'S
THK   JEWELER,   Nelson, 11. C.
MINING   CAMP   ETIQUETTE.
Don't use your knife for buttering
your bread—invariably use your fingers.
Don't wipe your knife on your bread
—always wipe it on the sleeve of your
coat, or the sit down end of your trousers.
Don't sip your soup noiselessly, (it
looks too much like stealing a; march
on your grub.) Always suck i( down
with a gurgle like the sound of » noisy
sjtreamlet.
DonTiTservour rigfirRaMlTrhTn"diinf
your cup or glass. Invariably u|>e your
left baud, unless it is more convenient
to use your toes, in which case tie right
foot only should be used.
Don't spread your napkin on your
lap—-alwavB tuck it under your chin—
your laundry bill is always a considers
tion Don't bother about your trowsers
—when dinner is over, it is good form
to wipe your nose on your napkin and
throw it on the carpet,
Don't use your fork when your knife
in handy—forks are only made for display.
Don't mix up your potatoes with
gravy*— this is only permiHsable in the
nursery.
Don't tut lish with a fork—always eat
it with a knife—but a spoon is pcrniiss-
.title, If wine in served, Invariably be
polite and say to your bust or hostess,
before dnnkiii.:
Smoke
Tuckett
Cigar Co.
Union
Label
nicyflrQBouquet
vAgCWO0ur8pecial
£1 Condor
Kor pill-en m>|il.v tu-*
w. j. mcmh.i.ax *(■■>. Schiller
Wliol'-Mk-! A..'iit<.<<r !!.<*,
Vniii'iiliver. II.C,
Brands:
Monogram
Marguerite
FOR SALE!
"Here's a ho," or
"Here's at you," or
"I smile at you," or
"Hore's luck," or
"Here's the hair off your head," or
some such cordial and cheerful sentiment.
Tellurium was rirst obtained in 1782
from telluride of gold in the mines of
Transylvania. It has not been used in
any form and is only interesting to
scientific chemists and metallurgists.
It iu very light and brittle, easily fused,
and so volatile that it burns if heated in
the air.      _^
There is no true anthracite coal on
the Pacific coast as far as known. There
is a limited anthracite coal area in Colorado, and a still more limited one in
New Mexico.
The
BOSUN HALL PANTRY
Timothy Raton has quite a :',rnit in New Denver, but I liave him corralled on Fruit and Provisions. He even shipped two blacksmith anvils
last week. However. I will ask the New Denver
people, also the mines, to consult me for prices.
Blue Plums, this week, 4 baskets 80 cts. Concord
Grapes, 10-lb Baskets. 50c; Crawford Peaches.
-5-lb crate, $1.60; white table Grapes, 10-lb basket,
Sue; Pall Apples, SO-lb box $1.80. Remember my
apples are not S0-lb boxes. Good Potatoes «1 per
100 lbs. English Stilton Cheese. 8-lb cakes, 2!k> lb;
Scans Jersey Cream. II; 15 lbs geanulated sugar,
41. Try our Bee Brand Tea. 85c U>. Fresh Eggs,
fresh Hams,live Chickens and Ducks. 'Phone
orders attended to at once.
 __„__   , 3. F. DELANEY,
BRICK
MARBLE
LIME
THE MANSFIELD MANUFACTUR*
ING COMPANY are now prepared
to supply builders and contractors
with all the above building materials.
Ouvfc products received First Prizes
and Medals the Inst two years at the
Spokane Exposition. The Lime tliat
we are now manufacturing is not
excelled. Special quotations to contract-on*, on application.
THE MANSFIELD
MANUFACTURING
COMPANY
NE. SON, B.C. P.O. BOX 680
J AMI'S   CKOKT,
GRAYING
Hauling and Packintf to Minca,
iind|feneml local business.
WOOD   AND    COAL    FOR    SALE
Nelson Brewing Co.
Brewers of Fine Lager Beer and Porter—the best in the land.   Correspondence solicited.   Address—
R. REISTERER & CO., Nelson, B.C.
/
H. BYERS & CO.
SELL
BLACKSMITH'S,
MILL, MINE and   .
STEAMBOAT
SUPPLIES.
An up-to-date line of
SHKLF & HEAVY HARD
WARE, TRUAXrORE
CARS, STEEL, RAILS and
CANTON STEEL, Etc ,
constantly on hand.
Head office: NELSON, B. C.
HARDWARE
Stoics at SANDON, KASLO, and NELSON.
RBUBNS&COl
Have shops in nearly all the camps and cities
of Kootenay and Boundary. They sell the
best meat obtainable and aim to give satisfaction to every customer. Try aline of their
steaka-^®-s^@*^-^--^-s®--#-N#
P.   BURNS   &   CO.
'V
California
Wine Co.,
— NELSON, B.C,
Wlioli-nalc- dealer*! In
Choice Wines
and Fragrant
Cigars    ■*
Agents for Calgary Beer.
' WADDS BROS '
PHOTOGRAPHERS
T1K
ASLO HOTEL
Family & Commercial.
J
VANCOUVER anb NELSON, B.C
Nmu* I)t*iivi*r« Ut V>*
^**^^^^^ ^^^^"^^ ^^-^^^Ti ^^-^fc~
rn^^m*,.   .*m*m\ ^m^m*,,,,. ,.^^^^i *mw%n. ... «*^^^o\ m^^Au^.. *.***
J. K. CLARK,
MINES
and MINING
Ko|>ora, KxHminfttlous and Management.
NEW DENVER,   -   B.O.
Large
And
Comfortable
Rooms
Fitted with every modern
convenience. Special protection against lire. Rates $2.50
and Pi per day.
COCKLE & PAPWGRTH,
Pro|irlrtort.
PALMA ANGRI NON
General Draylns: Mining Supplies and Heavy Transportation a Specialty.
Our Baggage wagons incet nil Sunday trains.
Saddle Horses and Pack * .unuis.
Keed Stables at New Denver.
|    A limited huiiiIht ot Hlmien in the*
I
;8imilkain«(_n Valley C-cml Co., Llm-
l Itwl. For furtliiT («iiiciilara auply to) J
w. w. KAM/m's,
on: nmsKT dkiwkt.
MF.ST  IS ri'-TO-DATK
IN   Al.l. STYl.KS   ANI>
IMtlCKS.
1
Fred. Irvine & Co.,
NELSON, B. C
NRWUNKOF SIMKESahii
KinRONKNIMJtrsTlN,
SPIKES from 5ctof/)c
mm
Ry
Sandon. H. C.
, fi,
,r t ,/u ■
\t
.t.
HOTBL8.
•liHK AHI.IM«»1(m<«  lift Kt.. HW<Faali*t
I    Ii hm4t9»nrt* for MK'trxr *f*4 (V«4n*i»('f»i!
Moil.   0«TWIK(l * IfMlrt-.ftftO1''- {
tn.,     pf
Muri-
t*m*ft*u.
Aug»i%~*» .ideii «'*«   ,1 I' On.r■<tl (.. M j Mr-
C4rll»*f
Hit tt, 'ilM<i»vii -1 «.; V. *.,t.itlr.-ii iff.tlr f«- ii. iln*
\mul Hi-it-rn
19-Tin tint<. f-.   n-ittf*. *»i*n.Uinl,T f,irmi>r'
u»i«k« hf J M*KIi.iv>i>
Tin 11.ir, i. M i VI.« alii. ' . T .1 Hull, W K
SILVERWARE
A (all linn of Silverware and choie-r
Contcctionery at
HrsJ.H.Wereley's
J'**j.W(T»*St..NVi» I«*«,v.*r
RELIABLE ASSAYS |
(.-.Id I ■'•■) ■•■■•i'l -'Hi Mivci   -  '..'•
1,*nA »#->»>.  f I *Hv'r r.tl.f.V I.Vi;
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Rich Ores and RallSon Roufhi.
OGDEN ASSAY CO.
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Fan Nilllneru
Wc will liold our regular Fall Millinery Opening on Tlmrmlay, Friday and Saturday of thin week
«ln-n «*• will *!ia«* ih(* tiiiK*t '-cdif-'-tinn (if Freis.-I* nnd Amprimii model hat«, toque**. Uirlinno and bonn-pt*
ever pill "ii •H-i'l'oy in il-i- city, liaviiu I"*''" txdix-ted hy our Mi***. Darvcnu wliiin attending tho opening* in
Vin Viir?. Won. .-f-il. Toronf • and CMrn*/-*., ^onto of our mod**!* nte from Madam* T.ouft* Stilli*(*,in Tlrew,
of Now Vork, 'ditl I'.inf Vir**: and  'I' •ii.M'iiic." .-f I'uri..       We ftparially invite all Ihe ltd it*, of Neiaon and
i.liu'l luVUi    to i:tU Ulid lli-l'.'-i-l' thii inttynli'teflol fri\lnel\i>t\.
Snl.K AUKNTS FOR
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Fred. Irvine & Ca
NELSON, B. C.
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TRUNKS Avn VALISES OI
ALL M1ZKS ajtikHT V'LHH
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