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BOOK V.
SANDON, OCTOBER 6 t900.
CHAPTER 2
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
Mayor Pitti returned Thursday from
1,'n eastern trip.
Born, on Thursday to ihe wife of W.
C Richards oft ion.
*���* l.. Christie visited Victoria this
Kvi-i-a.��. legal business.
\V   II. Yaw key arrived in Sandon nn
Wednesday trom tlu- east.
Jack   Regan, ��f  t,,e   ,*;,y'1 Chartce,
wont l*1 Nelson Thursday.
Mr. .md Mrs. Geo.   B.   Macdonald
f0vti\ Sunday last in Slocan.
There were thirteen excursionist*-* to
the Spokane fair this week.
M. J. Sweeney, ot" the Silver Bell,
ment a lew hours in Sandon on Tiiurs-
J.iy.
Tom McGuigan, manager of the
American Hoy, went south lor a short
trip I'D Thursday.
J. A. Ryan, an old timer in the Slo-
on, returned to Sandon from Sumpter,
Ore.. on Thursday.
C J. Smith leaves tomorrow to see
the elephant in Spokane. It's an
annu.il occurance with C. J.
JceStreit left on Tuesday for Kaslo
and Spokane. He will visit East
Kootenay helore returning to these
parts.
W. \V. Fallows has taken D. J.
Carmichael's plaee as manager ol the
financial end of H. Byers & Co's. establishment.
Charlie and Bob Hammond will return trom the north on one ot the last
boats to leave the shores ol* Cape Nome
before the long Arctic winter sets in.
Joe Robinson, formerly of Winnipeg,
and and old-lime friend sif the sporting
editor sif this great moral weekly, is in
Sandon looking for an opening where
his talent will he appreciated.
Donald McGlashan, the man who
was arrested last week on a Dakota
indictment, was taken across tlu* line
Monday. He offered no resistence and
no extradition proceedings were necessary,
Duncan McPhail sif Kaslo, J.J. Macdonald sif Whitewater and Thomas
Duffy of Sandon returned yesterday
from tlK- Nelson convention. Mr. McPhail stayed over until today, meeting
Iriends in town.
J- C. Drewry and W. 1- Jeffrey went
thru tojWhitewater on Thursday to visit
the Sunset mine. Important developments are looked for on that property.
The Sunset belongs to the Blackstock-
Gooderham syndicate.
���Malcolm Mclnnes, the butcher king
of East Kootenav, was in town Thursday and Friday. He intended visiting
l'ie Red Boy claim, Jackson Basin in
Which he is'interested, hut was prevent-
L'd from doing so by the inclemency ot
the weather.
('<��� N. Hill, son of the great and only
J- J., made a trip over the K. & S. on
Wednesday, accompanied by officials ot
!������>" K. R.'&N., the Kootenay Valley
���*hd S. K. & N. Ci. N.'s visit was
evidently a hurried one, as he did not
have time to call at the Printing Palace.
J. C. McGuigan has been in town
this week from Alamo, Ore., where he
has been operating for the past year.
J. C. is one of the pioneers nf the Slocan, and was identified with itsdevelop-
ment long before the outside world
had learned the name of the greatest
white metal camp on earth.
folep nominated.
CITY COUNCIL.
There was a meeting of the council
on Wednesday evening at which acting
mayor Buckley, aldermen Hunter,
Atherton and Macdonald were present.
A communication was received from
Frank Lowes applying for a situation
as night watchman. The communication was received and filed.
A hill sif salaries to the extent of
$521.bo was ordered paid when certified to by the finance committee, and a
bunch ,,*; i��f accounts _ amounting to
$471.44 was passed.
The report of the police magistrate
and of the city scavenger was laid on
tlie table for ihe next meeting.
November 12th was named as the
da-, for holding the court of revision for
the purpose of hearing protests against
the assessment. Messrs.
Macdonald and Buckley were named to
compose the court.
The convention met in Fraternity
Hall, Nelson, on Wednesday. The
delegates were as representative as
representatives could be. They represented every miners' Union in the
vast constituency and there were many
there from other labor organizations in
1 1 v-v ���a.viiiijuwj   -  1 different parts of the country.
*\ legal working day of eight I     The  preliminaries being  completed,
' the  question of whether it was  advis-
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At the labor convention held in Nelson, Chris. Foley was nominated lo
contest the riding of Yale-Cariboo-
Kootenay in the interests of the Independent labor party.
The platform on which Mr Foley
will appeal to the electors is as follows :
No. 1.���Free compulsory   education
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hours.
No. 1 Government inspection of all j able to  nominate a candidate  was  de-
industries       	
No. 4.���The abolition of the contract
system on all public works.
No. 5.���The public  ownership of all
franchises, such as railways, telegraphs.
waterworks, lighting, etc.
No. 6.���The abolition of Asiatic im
tional test and the abolition of inducements to foreign immigration to settle
in the Dominion.
No. 7.���The abolition of child labor
by children under 14 years of age.
No. 8���The abolition of the $250
deposit required of candidates for the
Dominion house.
No. 9���Compulsory     arbitration   of
cided on by the 40 to ioj
After the devision a resolution to form
an Independent party was made unanimous. The balance of Wednesday's
session was spent in drafting the platform, which was finally adopted ns
above.    The platform, it will be noticed
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migration, the application of the educa-   is practical identical with that presented
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Atherton, I labor disputes
Irrigation Netos.
There will be a hot, wet   time at  the
Palace this evening when the   business
of that   thirst-relieving   institution will
be guided   by   Carmichael   &  Burns.
The  new   proprietors   are   known   to
thousands   in   the   Slocan,  and    their
popularity is a sufficient guarantee that
the hilarity after the sun goes down today will be all shipping and no concentrates.    Seagram, Corby,  Walker, and
many lesser spiritual   consolers   will be
present, and  lend   to   the  assemblage
that   increased   energy   which   is ever
noticable when these old-lime agitators
are frequently and properly interviewed.
Song and jest will   go   hand   in   hand
with the   irrigating   process   and   the
longest throat need not have a dry spot
in it.  The snow mav whiten the face of
nature around the Silver City, but it can-
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not frost the time down at The Palace.
There is no alarm clock in the bar, and
time was not made for those who will
"licker up" at the popular resort on
this the eventful evening of October
6th.
No. 10���Prohibition of   prison   labor
in competition with free labor.
No. 11���Compulsory exercise  of the
There were 43  delegates  present, as
follows :
Rossland���A. C. Thompson, J. J.
Hand, John Horrobin, James Devine,
Thomas Brownlee, D. McDougall,
Rupert Buhner, John McLaren, A.
Ferris, L. E. Curry, E. P. McDonald,
Robert Inches (Mr. Inches held two
proxies.)
Greenwood- -James Ellis, Charles
Wilson, W. J. Kirkwood. These delegates held four proxies.
Sandon���Percy J, Johnston, Thos.
Duffy.    They held two proxies.
Kimberly���Harry White.
Slocan City���J. V.   Proviance.
New Denver���D. J.  Weir.
Silverton���Joseph Brandon.
Whitewater���J. J. McDonald.
Ymir���W. J. Hughes.
Kaslo���Duncan McPhail.
Rossland-N elson���Frank   McCanna.
Nelson��� George Payne, C. Mathews,
J. H. Matheson, John Etcher, Thomas
Couch, Thomas McKenzie (Mr. Mc-
Ken/.ie held a proxy) Edward Blewett,
Charles McKay, James   Wilks,   C. J.
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by the labor party in Toronto, Winnipeg, Nanaimo and other points where
the labor party is sure of electing candidates.
At Thursday's session the selection
of a candidate, and the appointment of a
campaign committee to handle the business and provide ways and means
incidental to such a huge undertaking as conducting a principal campaign in a constituency nearly as large
as Europe, is taken in hand.
The names brot up for nomination were
James Wilkes, secretary of the Nelson
Miners' Union.
Chris  Foley, of the Rossland Miners'
Union;   Arthur Ferris,   president of the
Rossland  Trades  and   Labor Council,
and  John   McLaren,   president  of the
Rossland Carpenters   Union.    Messrs.
McLaren  and   Ferris were present  at
the  convention as  delegates and   both
withdrew   from the  running, agreeing
that with such strong men available as
the other gentlemen named it would be
unfair to the   party should they   permit
their  names   to   go to a  ballot.    This
left   James  Wilkes   and   Chris   Foley
in   the   field   and   on   a  division   Mr.
Wilkes   carried   the   convention  by  a
majority.    The   nomination  was   tendered to  Mr. Wilkes after  lunch  and
declined.
Mr. Foley was not a delegate to the
convention, as he was detained in
Rossland by an important contract.
The nomination was telegraphed to
there and was presented to him where
he was working in the 400 foot level of
the Centre Star mine.
The Net�� Citt* Hall.
Flume Repairs.
There   is a  sum of  about   fourteen
hu33 dollars in the handsofther-
ftl2   has  bee/ordered   from   the
i .,L-i��   Sawmill   Co., ixasii*,
Kootenay Lake  .**���'��    a,������nc���a.d as
and operations w" M d    The
reinten^nUolAtherton-s
ceived attention   lust.      in*
me,   that   Sandon   authorities   should
have no difficulty in   proceeding  with
The   following   communication   ex_ j tjie construction of the building
plains the situation with  regard   to the , ;im       rs lru-}.(
* ' W. C. WELLS,
C. C. L. & Wks
will re
railway
SS. IZ onereo io p k fhe Bmm
rE&WK  Cargo of the
work.
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new city hall :    .	
Victoria, Oct. 2nd, 1900.
John Buckley,
Sir :
On receipt of your telegram I
submitted it to the executive. The
vote of $5000, it appears, is a contribution upon the condition that the
necessary accommodation be provided
for holding courts and a room for a
provincial constable, it will be necessary that a plan of the building be first
submitted and approved. Upon progress estimates being then forwarded
to this department the contribution
voted will be proportionately advanced.
With this understanding, it seems to
Upon receipt of this communication
Mr. E. A. Brown was instructed to prepare plans for the city hall, and these
plans will be submitted to the department at the earliest possible moment,
so that construction can be commenced
without delay.
Pat Murphy and Jimmy Grant returned from the Lardeau on Monday,
where they have been prospecting all
summer. They recently made a strike
on their Lrcky Jim property of ore
running $550 to the ton. THE PAYST'.KAK, SANDON, B. C., OCTOBER 8, 1900.
E. R. Atherton Co., Limited
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Stetson Hats 1 [Fall Overcoats]
We have just received a large consignment oi the OLD-' RELIABLE
STETSON HATS. Call and get one of the LATEST SHADE
AND SHAPE Sfej^;^^
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Olir stock of Fall 0\'crcoc\ls is complete.     Buv now'
expel get tbe t\d\'c\oU\cie of fiFst choice.
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E. R. ATHERTON CO., Limited
A   KKMAKKABLE   MAN.
The most remarkable ultra-rich
man of the present day is Alfred Beit,
the South African diamond magnate.
He is practically unknown. Yet,
though to-day only 4*') years old, he
has accumulated a fortune beside
which the dreams of the Arabian
Nights seem trivial, lie is probably
the only living billionaire, and,
though unknown and unseen, his
power is felt all over South Africa
and the far east of Asia in a thousand,
ways. The ordinary picture ot a
South African millionaire is that of
a loud spoken, sbowy, ostentatious
man. Alfred Beit presents a complete contrast: to this. In simple,
almost shabby clothes, with a meek
air, mild eyes and a low-spoken
voice, he gives one the idea at first
of being the confidential clerk of a
prosperous lawyer.
However, Mr. Beit's meekness is
deceptive. As a young man he was
sent from Jointnnesburg to the diamond mines at Kimberley. lie was
only 22. but he had skill enough to
see that with proper management the
mines were only at tlie beginninir of
their lite. He had a rich father in
his German home, who backed him
with abundant funds, and young Beit
began buying with marvelous results. He was soon joined by another
man whose name is now in the
mouths of all-Cecil Rhodes. Rhodes
was backed by tlie Rothschilds, Beit
by his father, and together the two
succeeded in forming the great diamond trust, which, under the name
of DeBeers, now controls practically
the whole output of the most precious
stones in the world. Last year, as a
sort of "tip," Mr. Beit and Mr.
Rh.ides' made the shareholders a
present of their interest as life governors in the mine. As lite .governors,
each wis ��� ntitled to $150,000 a year
salary, so that this present really
meant a gift ot about $0,0(30,000 to
the shareholders.
Told Te<t��iy to go to lfiulcs.
"During the storming of San Juan
Hill," says Gov. Roosevelt, "I was
requested by one of my men to betake
myself to the very hot est region
"There was 8 young fellow from
Arizona��� Rusby by name���who war-
shot straight across the top of the
head. I happened to overtake him
and saw by the way the blood was
streaming down his face that he was
in no condition to stay in the front.
Riding up to his side I tapped him on
the arm and said, 'You go to the
rear.'
"Well, I never forgot, the face that
fellow turned toward me," said the
Governor. "It was one mass of
blood, and this added horrible fierceness to the look he gave me.
" 'You go to h��� I,' he said, as he
struck out on a run np tlie hill.
"1 couldn't forget such a fellow,
and I got him a com mission in the
regular army.    He is now in   the
Philippine-*-."
TKN*  iiKAi/ni   nnniANiniKNis,
The following ten rules are being
quoted by English medical journals.
1. Don't leave your rooms in the
morning with an empty stomach.
2. Never expose yourself to cold
air immediately after you have partaken of a warm liquid of any  kind.
3 Don't leave your abode in cold
weather without warm wraps around
your shoulders and breast.
4. Begin respiration in the cold by
breathing through the nose. This
will give the air a chance to get warm
before reaching the lungs.
5. Never place your back near a
heated oven,nor against a wall, warm
or cold.
6. Don't stand before an open window in a railway carriage, nor take
a drive in an open carriage, alter
violent physical exercise.
7. Don't, remain motionless in a cold
room, and do not stand in an open
space, on ice or snow.
8. Talk only when you must, for
the old phrase, "Speech is silver,
silence is gold," holds good even in
hygiene.
9. Don't put off your regular bath.
When the skin is not kept fresh and
solt the cold draws the pores together
and you are rendered susceptible to
pulmonary troubles of all kinds.
10. Don't retire with cold or wet
feet, Nothing prevents sleep with so
much certainlty as the neglect of
your pedal extremities.
.5 AN DON
The price of bortfl for diamond drill
haa greatly appreciated Fornierb 512,
914 and $16 per carat wore the ruling
rates. They are. now quoted in some
eases a*-* hiirh as 160.
Sandon Cartage Co,,
WALM8LBY & CREECH
Express, Baggage
and Cartage
Delivered   to all part, of the city
V. L. CHRISTIE, L. L B,
Notary Public
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, Etc.
Sandon,
B. C
M. L. GRIMMETT, L L. B:
Barrister, Solicitor Notary
Public, Etc.
SANDON,       -       -       a_C
J. W. Balmain
CIVIL ENGINEER,
ARCHITECT, ETC.
P. O. Box 170. Sandon, B. C*
A. R.   HEYLAND
Engineer and Provincial
Land Surveyor.
SANDON.
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THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, U. C, OCTOBER 6
Rich Ore From Cariboo Creel..
VV. G. Chirk returned on Tuesdav
from the Chieftain mine, Cariboo creek
bringing with him Bamples sif the rich'
.-a,t ore lhat has ever been found in lhal
ramp. The ore is a milk-white quartz
showing gold copper and tellurium,
and is all shot thru with native silver.
Some of the specimens are more than
half siher, and large nuggets sif native
and wire silver are found all thru the
rock.
Tin- strike waa made iu tin* N'o. 2
tunnel on the Chieftain ledge at a depth
of 1 IQ feet, where the lead was eiuinin-
ten-d in a crosscut. When Mr. Clark
left the claim a drift had been run for
nine feel showing a streak varying
from fifteen to eighteen inches. Assays
from average samples have been received showing values sif .ill Ihe wav from
$400 to Sqoo tu Ihe ton in silver, gold
and copper.
The Chieftain has been under development   for   three   seasons,   and   ahout
eleven hundred feet sif development has
been done on the five claims which
comprise the group. Tlie properly belongs to Pat   Burns,  Wm.   Mackenzie
and \V. ti. Clark.
The strike sin the Chieftain has
created considerable excitement in the
Cariboo Creek country, and will have a
tendency 10 increase the confidence sif
investors in Cariboo   Creek   properties.
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CARIBOO CREEK \OTES.
The provincial government has a
force nf men at work  building trails in
tlu- Cariboo Creek district. Trails are
being rutl up Snow and Canyon creeks,
to give   access   to   properties   on   these
tributaries.
On Canyon creek Mr. Jamieson is
developing the Halifax property with
good success. The property would be
on a ship in*_j basis now  il  reasonable
transportation facilities   were at   hand.
There is rumor of a deal for the Minnie Mac property, located on Cariboo
creek, adjoining the chieftain. Foster,
oi East Kootenay, one of the heaviest
owners in the property, spent some time
in the vicinity recently, and an important transaction is looked for in the
immediate future.
Representatives sif Scotch capital
have been in the Burton City district
recentlv.     Five   hundred   pounds   of
samples from the Great Western were
taken to the old countr) by Mr. McLean and a deal is looked  forward   to.
There are indications that there will
be considerable mining activity in the
Cariboo Creek district this winter. All
the properties that have been worked
during the summer have shown up well
under development, and there is a feel-
ine of renewed confidence in the re-
sources sif the district.
A local poet has contributed the
following : "Oli, the snore, the beautiful snore, the beautiful snore, filling
the chamber from ceiling to floor;
over the coverlet, under the sheet, from
her wee dimpled chin to her pretty leet;
now rising aloft like a bee in June
now sunk to the wail oi a cracked
bassoon : now flute-like subsiding,
then rising again, js the beautiful snore
of Elizabeth Jane."
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FASHIONABLE
TAILOR
We are now Carrying a Heavy Line of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS
Which we will dispose of at the
VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES
liver Heard of in the Kootenay.
Don't Fail to Examine our Stock
and Compare our Prices.
A Heaoij Consignment of Carpets
Is due to arrive at our warehouse on the 10th of the
month. We can guarantee perfect satisfaction in Price
and Quality.   We will
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All Carpets Purchased at our Warehouse.    '
D. J. Robertson & Co. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 6
$7)e papstreak.
Published Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest White Metal Camp on Earth.
Subscription    -   -   -   -   $2.00 a year.
Strictly in advance.
William MacAdams, Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, B. C-  OCTOBER 6, 1900.
THE MAN FROM THE 400-FOOT  LEVEL.
Chris Foley, to you we extend the glad hand of good
fellowship. From the four-hundred foot level of the Centre
Star mine we welcome you to the arena of politics. When
you drop the steel to take the stump, we know that you
come not as a self-seeker but in answer to duty's call. We
see no sophistry in th-e lines which call you workingman.
We know that you have learned the great undying thruths
while working shoulder to shoulder in nature's treasure-
vaults with the great producing class from which the
nation's grandeur springs.
We welcome you, and we promise  you  whatever sup
port this journal can give to carry the banners of truth and
freedom toward the goal  of universal justice.    If we can
aid in one step toward  the great  end we will  rest satisfied
with the accomplishment.
In nominating a candidate for the dominion house,
the independent labor party took the only course open to
them. The great bulk of the people have no confidence
in the old parties. They see no difference between the
rival leaders except the old cry of the ins and the onts.
They find in their platforms no promise to undo in the
future the wrongs that have been done in the past. They
find in the speeches of the professional politicians no assurance that the work of exploiting the country for the benefit
of the few is to be brot to an end. In inspecting their
claims the people find no valid title to power with the party
politicians except that the party wants the power. The
people remember the broken pledges of the past with fore-
bodeings for the future, and they see no rational remedy
but to take the power in their own hands by electing one
of themselves.
by men who follow mining legtiimately, and then contesting the applications for certificates of improvements, they
frequently inconvenience applicants to such an extent that
they are able to demand from holders of valid claims considerable sums of money as the price of the withdrawal of
their adverse. This is the most villinous system of mining
swindle that has yet come to light in this district, and it is
made worse by the fact that the operators are protected by
considerable capital and able legal talent. As a consequence of this advantage, claim-holders of limited means
find themselves against a very hard game when confronted
by these vandals, who have absolutely no respect for law,
justice or right. This is a matter which the government
commission should take up and sift to the bottom. Unless
some stop is put to the swindle we may find property
owners and prospectors resorting to the Arizona method of
arbitration- -the gun.
In his GREAT Sohmer park speech in Montreal, Wilfred Laurier delivered himself on the free trade question as
follows :
"We have not given the free trade we promised, they
say. F'irst of all, we never promised it, and five years
ago I declared that I was a free tradet in principle, but
that free trade was impossible under existing circumstances, and that fifty years might pass before that
idea could be realized. And yet the conservatives say
I have not jjiven the country free trade vet, and re-
proach me with the fact. That reproach might come
from free traders, but no free trader hopes for free
trade from the conservative party."
Wilfred came pretty near stating the case that time.
The "last vestiage" gag has been omitted from the liberal
category this season for business reasons. Now the con-
servatiues are roasting Wilfred because he did not do what
he promised. Wilfred says he did not promise, and gets
back at the conservatives because thev will not promise.
To sum it up : Wilfred will not act. Conservatives will
not promise. Free trade is a dead issue. The people are
hornswoggled by cheap talk.
Sunday Baseball has broken out again in Silverton
and New Denver, and the ubiquitous Sabbath observance
maniacs are getting their work in on the boys who play the
American game on the Lord's day. It seems remarkable
that these hide-bound fanatics do not take a tumble to
themselves. The boys who play baseball on Sunday are
not intolerant. They prefer to spend their Sunday out-of-
doors, but they will not break the church windows or
molest people who like to spend Sunday in a little old
musty church going thru the motions of a theological
formula that has nothing more substantial than superstition
and dogma to recommend it to vigorous young men.
Notwithstanding its cobwebs, there are many beautiful sentiments contained in the Christian doctrine, but its
most beatific truths could not be grasped by minds so
narrow as to object tu the innocent recreation of Sunday
baseball. The kickers have lost the beauty of religion in
the depths of intolerance.
The Nelson Economist says that   newspapers in the
Kootenav are not readily committing themselves  to either
'        .     . * ****
of the old parties in the political contest, and argues from
this that journalism is becoming independent. The Nelson Tribune sees it different. It says that newspapers do
not commit themselves because they are out with the big
mit and want a subsidy. Neither of these views will apply
all round, but one or the other is true in almost every case.
Honest newspapers do not care to commit themselves to
parties such as the liberal or conservative party. They are
waiting for something better. Dishonest newspapers will
not committ themselves to either of the old parties. They
are waiting for a subsidy.
The first number of the Dominion Labor Gazette,
issued by the Department of Labor, has been received at
this office. It is a neat, respectable-looking journal, bearing the union label and loaded with harmless statistics.
As a campaign bluff it is a credit to its authors.
There is a gang of sharks operating in the Slocan
country who are making a business of blackmailing applicants for Crown grants. They work in conjunction with a
firm of Coast lawyers, and by staking overground occupied
Laurier is making a good deal of capital out ol" the
fair wage resolution and other concessions to labor. We
have not noticed him cotif ling these remarks with any
reference to his Chinese policy of '96. "The wishes of the
western members" evidently got side-tracked in transmission.
Governmknt ownership of railways  is  the  only Hve*5t
issue before the people of Kootenay today.
���. ' *m�� ''mmnwimLmmm* THK PAYSTREAKi SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER (��
ite
7b* 3Bpev$ <$ Companp>
SOLE AGENTS FOR
cGlarp's Ibeating and Cooking Stoves,
IN ALL SaZES.
KOOTENAY STEEl. RANCiE.
We have the Kootenay Steel Ranges
in four sizes for family use, also large Army
and 1 Ieavy Steel Plate Ranges, single and
double ovens, for camp and hotel use.
OAK    PARLOR     HEATER.
0
FAMOUS    OAK   STOVES.
The newest and most
modern stove made.
Ball bearing -urates,
double lire pot, wood
and coal grates with
each stove.
4 s *��T, * ��� <���_'*
���;    ' * :. tiW**
BOSS CONE HEATERS
IN TWO SIZES.
A most suitable stove
for heating large rooms
Will burn either soft or
hard coal. Very economical on fuel.
We have in stock a
very large assortment
of heating and cook
stoves for wood and
coal including Globe,
Queen and Air Tight
Heaters. Kindly call
and inspect our lines.
Boots and $f)oe$.
We Have .Mist Received a Large
Stock of Fi����t' Shoos.
See the Display  in our Window.
\ll Stvk-s. Grades, (.ualities
and Prices.
Try our Union Made Overalls.
macdonald & Moss,
VIRGINIA BLOCK,
The   Filbert   Cafe
HOGAN & REESE, Proprietors.
t-**0*i>* 0����
*^t*��*��-��>����*>*^����
All   the   Delicacies   of the  Season Served.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Open Day and Night.
Everything Nero, Neat, Clean and Tasty.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon.
���pwi*-*.'*^^
ffi --THE-- W
I KKDCKOSSl
* DRUG STORE- S
First Class.    7^
At The New Store.
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Evervthln.  Now  and
niitht. *'*
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F. J, DONALDSON ��
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MAIN STREET
SANDON, B. C.
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We have a full line of Fresh
Okanagan and Walla Walla
Fruits. Harvest Apples and
Bartlett Pears, Peaches and
Plums. California Tokay
Grapes. Ganongs Famous
Choclates. R. Smith's and
Perrin's Candies.
���*_*��� <**��� ���**-> ��''> <"> *���*> ���'A** *_* -/_V ���/_*���* ���/���>
Jas. Williamson. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER
IF CHRIST SHOULD COME TODAY.
I have come and the world shall be
shaken
Like a reed at the touch of my rod,
And the kingdoms of time shall awaken
To the voice of the summons of Cod ;
No more thru the dim of tlu- ages
Shall warnings and chidings divine,
From the lips of my prophets and sages
Be trampeled like pearls before swine.
Ye have stolen mv land  and my cattle,
Ye   have   kept   back   from labor its
meed ;
Ye   have   challenged   the   outcasts to
battle,
When they plead at your feet in their
need ;
And   when   clamors   of   hunger grew
louder
And the multitudes prayed to be fed,
Ye have answered   with   prisons   and
powder
The cries of your  brothers for bread.
I turn from your altars and churches,
And the   mockings of   steeples   and
domes,
To join in the long weary marches
Of the ones you have robbed of their
homes
I share in the sorrow and crosses
Of the naked, the   hungry  and cold,
And dearer to me are their losses
Than your   gains  and   your idols of
gold.
I will wither the might   of the spoiler,
1 will laugh   at  your  dungeons and
locks,
The tyrant shall yield to the  toiler
And your judges eat grass like an ox;
For the prayers of   the   poor   have ascended
To be written in lightenin^s on high,
And the  wails   of your   captives have
blended
With the bolts   that   must leap from
the sky.
The   thrones   of  your   kin-^s shall be
shattered
And the prisoners and   serfs shall go
free,
I will harvest from seed that I scattered
On the borders  of   the blue Galilee,
For I come not alone and a stranger ���
Lo ! my   reapers  will sing thru the
night ;
'Til the star that stood over the manger
Shall cover the world   with  its light,
���James G. Clark in The Arena.
NOTICE
Certifloate of Improvements.
MAJOR FRACTION* MINERAL CLAIM.
Situated   iu   tin- Slucan Mining Division of
West   Kootenay.     Where   located:   On
MnOniffun Creek   east of  and  adjoining
tlie HerKert Mineral Claim,
TAKE NOTICE tnat I. W.J.H. Holm��s,
acting as agent fur Edwin Hyile Tonilinson.
F) _e Miner's Certificate No.   8MUU-  nnd   the
\\ ashinRton Mining Company (Foreign), Free
M ner's Certitleate No. 700, (SpeciuL, intend
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to he
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements tot the pttrpOM of   ohtaiuiui; a  Crown
grant of the above claims.
Ami further take notice that action, under
section ;I7.   must   he  commenced   hefore the
issuance of surh Certifloate of Improvements
W.J. 11. HOLMES, 1'. L.S.
Agent.
Dated tail 88th day of Sept., A. I). 1900.
Pilgrims
TO RE-ORGANIZE FIRE DEP'T.
A Committee Appointed bi* Actinq-
Mayor Buchlei* to Form a Mete
Brigade.
Acting under instructions of the city
council, and deeming it necessary that
a lire brigade be organized in the city,
therefore 1, John Buckley, acting-mayor
do hereby appoint as a committee to
organize said fire brigade the following
named citizens ; said committee to meet
in the council room on Tuesday evening, October 9th, at S p. m.
COMMITTEE.
Neil Mclnnes, Charles Walmsley,
William Lawson, James Martin, Chas.
McLaughlin, James Williamson, Robt.
McDonald, William Walmley, James
Vallance, George Creech, Charles
Fvfers.
-���        ' '��� MB*��M��Mr��*M*M*��r����------M*-^��-Milll      HI     ��� ������ ���---_���__���__���__���_���
Try the Sandon Hand Laundry
for good washing.
Lost.
Between the power house and the post
office, pneketbook eontainfn*,' two notes, a
leceipt and an amount of money. Finder will
receive reward upon returning property to
The Paystreak office.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
It", and WASHINGTON MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate   in   the   Slocan Mining   Division   of 1
West Kootenay District.   V. here located : I
In McGuigan Basin, east of and adjoining
the  Washington Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I.  W.J. Et. Holmes.
acting as ageot for The Washington  It-fining
Company, (foreign), Free   Miner'* Certifloate
No. "<>!'. (special), intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificated of Improvements, for the purpose
of obtaining Crown grants of the above
claims.
And further take notice that action under
taction .'17 must he commenced before the
issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.
W.J.H. HOLMES P. L.S.
agent.
Dated this 88th day of September, A. D. 1900.
Notice.
[hereby notify tbe publio that my wife,
Nettie StuurTer. has left my board and lodging
without Just cause or provocation, and I will
not he responsible for any debts contracted
hy her from this date.
JOHN A. STAl'FFKR.
ANADIAN/
'PACIFIC KY.
Renowned
"Imperial
Limited"
Service.
With Improved Connecting
Service   to  and from    the
Kootenay Country
First-class
all   trains
Sleepers    on
to  and    from
ARROWHEAD and KOOTENAY
LANDING.
Tourist Cars pass Medicine
Hat daily for St. Paul,
Saturdays for Boston,
Mondays and Thursdays
for Toronto. Same cars
pass Revelstoke one day
earlier.
CONNECTIONS
Except To   and   from Except
���Sunday a)l points Sunday
13:35 1 v.    SANDON    arr 13:10
For  Rates,   Tickets   and
Full Information apply to
J. R. Crudge,
Agent. Sandon.
E. J. Coyle,        W. F. Anderson.
A. G. P. A., T. P. A.
Vancouver, B. C.      Nelson, B. C.
Hit the   Iron Trail  For
Neto Denoer
On Saturday
Where, on the Placid Bo��om of
the Cool, Salubrious Lake, or
in the Fragrant  Recesses of the
Primeval    Forests,     You     may
Spend   the   Sabbath   in   Sweet
Communion with Nature.
Vou   will find  all the Comforts
of a Home at the
Newmarket Hotel.
If you care for Fishing \����u a an
Secure  Boats,   Fishing Tackle,
etc., from the Management.
Guides who will Pilot you to
the Best Fishing Grounds always on Hand. Bait in Flasks,
Mottles or Kegs furnished at
Regulation Rates by the Proprietor.
Henry Stege.
Transfer of Liquor Uce
1180,
^^^^^^^    J. R. LAWSON.
Sandon, I* ("..Sept. 15th,
Certiflcate    of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
(iOl'HER MINERAL CLAIM
itnate ii. theSh.can Mining DivUinn of Ws��|
Kootenay district.   Where  located
Reeo Mountain.
Oil
CHAS. GALES
BARBERSHOP
In the Tent
Opposite
The Filbert Hotel
And further  take nottoe fhat  action ondsi
section 87 most beoommenced before tin- i_���_
anoeofsnob Certificate of improvement--,
Dated thia Twenty-Flrs' dayof Jnly.isto
A S FARWELL
The Denver,
Cody Ave.
Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICB.
Bid TIMRKR MINERAL CLAIM
Sit nn te in the Sioean Mining division of Wis!
Kootenay  District,    Where located: On
Payne Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that I. M ft. XV. Rathbortie
Free Miner's License Ko, B88087,as aijenf for
myself nnd for Fred Steele, Free Miner's
License Ho. ��7081, and for II. B, Alexander
Free Miner's License No. B300U3, intend, nixt-f
days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certiflcate "f Improvement*,
for the purpose of obtaining aCrown Grant
of the above claim.
And further fake notice that action,under
section   :I7   must   Le  commenced   befon  the
Issuance of snob Certificate of Improve! i ���-
Dated this Pirst day of August, A D., ������
NOTICK.
The Most Complete   Health   Resort on
the Continent of North America.
Situated    'midst    Scenery    Unrivalled    for
Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
S. Sanitarium,^"
one thousand acre.-., more u
WILSON HILL.
New Denver, It. C,Sept, i-t  looo.
Certificate    of    Improvements'
.NOTICK.
GRAND V1F.W MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division ol West
Kootenay District, Where located: 'Mi
Reco Mountain.
'PAKE NOTICK that I. Arthur S. Far-
well, acting as agent for Fred T. Kelly.
Free Miner's Certificate No. SHOW, intend.
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for a Certificate "i Improvement*, for the purpose of obtaining a Grown
Grant  of the ahove claim.
And further fake notice that action,under
section :i7. must he commenced hefore 'i>"
issuanoe of Mich Certificate of Improvement��.
Dated this twenty.flrst day of .inly, i!"*1
A. s. HARWELL.
and NuiM
Halcyon Springs, Arrou; Lahe, B. C.
Terms, fill to-fis ppr week,  according
to residence in Hotel or  Villas.
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Muscular Diseases.    Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments.
Telegraphic   Communication   with   all
partsof the World.
rwo Mails arrive and depart Every Day.
he price of Railway Ticket for Round Trip
ween Sandon and Good for thirty days
1 obtainable all year round  is t\\K>.
The
bet
ani
Certiflcate     of     Improvements.
NOTICK.
WESTMINSTER. STAR FRACTION. VER
M(��NT. POLAR STAR FRACTION, LEX-
INOTON No 6. EVENING STAR FRAC
TlON. SOtTH STAR and CENTRE STAR
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Arrow Lake Mining Divisi f
West Kootenay District,
Where   located:    Headwaters   of   MoDonald
(���reek, on Red Mountain.
'PAKE NOTICE that, I. Chas Moore, "f
Kaslo, acting as agent for .1. M. Atditon,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B, 10910, intend,
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Reorder for Certifloate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claims;
And further take notice that aotion,under
section  :>",  must be  commenced before  the
issuance of suae Certifloate of improvement!*
Dated this First day of August, h''u|
'   CHAS. MOORE
HMI' *"     ''S ���'''. '-���<  <'" ~
;_Vv ���-���  -'���":��� - ������    ���_���
^I.IJISB'1'HIII.'W-11,"11 ......i._��UmJIH_���l     I MINING   RECORDS
Ite following is a complete list of the
mining tranBactionfl recorded <;iir\'ig the
w��.ek in the several mining .livininiiH nf
the Slocan.  Those of New Denve** weie
aa follows:���
I.OCATIONH.
Beptll   Adventurer, silver ml, WSThomp-
i rowbaU. Bad m*. ,i rlnl iy. Jr.
ia   -aiiriiri"**-, iu:ir Hill'", mill, \V K,<i|.
y.   Mujiitia Hill. Kik-lit Milt* ck   \ V Smith,
yi   Hrnwi*il��. in'Jir Sllviii.iii. R [tinlnuer,
Tilnmpl* Kr, Four Mlla ck  I* .1 Hli-key
i.. d-.iii.-r, lu Cody, ii i> McPhail
,   Miirulii-f stur, Carpenter ok, H Johnson,
m\ Crow Kr Qalena farm, R f Lloyd.
_7  Bray- Wilson <*k,T Paaraon, HOroM,
l.ii > -am--.
_�����  i >w*'l, Cai'iM-nt-'i* i k. R Sloan,
Ort i  star* and Btrlpaa, Stiver mt, A Mo
i,i llvr-ty.
AS8KHI-MKSIS.
Sept ll���Lookjf Jack, Ranrteon* Bell, Copper
p hf, Oom Pant. CK, Black Eagle, Bnjrle.  i*
iiM Man.  W���InrtawendentPr, Margaret,  tn
l.i'.. r.ilor No. 2. Ki\��l<> Kr. liristol Kr. Heber Kr.
__ Rupert* Lake Shore, Kelpie. Triumph, Ben*
deiro Fr Benboo, Stiver Creak, Mod Sill, Tramp
Planet Fr. l>*lly. 2\ I,ll.l,i,- Kr. Alma, Last
Chnnce Xo. i. tt Granite Mt silver Lake
Pall*, Ruck Kr. M Columbus, Standard,
M mrtou, Two Jackl Kr. Henrietta. -" Robin.
\mston, Faraway, Laughing, VVatere. 28-
m. ,tinui. 6*ra-d View, Golden Wonder. _��������
Cumrt
TRamrRRs.
s iii 18   I'nwer -��f Attorney, C Mcflregjr, A
i;    !!i��oii to A \V Wright, Mav tl, l-"*
RedPoxj. Red Fo�� Kr ,. Central \. C Mo-
i,]. goi t.> t; H Aylard, Sepl 16.
Red Fox Kr |, G ll aylard to A Robinson,
S-i.t lft.
.1 Hewett, A 8 Reed to P Criddle, all Interest
in bond given t" R [iisinaer, Set*" HO
I'.,wor ot Attorney, DE Sprague to S.I
Henderson Jav tt, i-'-.
Kaslo, alma. Am. KmdoFr, Mum Kr. Option,
I' r. Snrninie t" <;> ������ Gnrd, Scpi ii
CrnMiuU J. V *' RackllO t i J M M Benedum.
Sent ll
h���Hewrtt, all Interest In bond, I' Criddle to B
I singer, Sept Kfl
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 8,   1900
i
i wi,.
k
i
l      S    '',WI';^llsh  Renlte,JEn{riU
Freeman    wiin  ���\PU1*-   Nonsuch, w
BVckmrirb   ii-"i*n?VAJ fimmm.    Handy,
so?~te?' ? Flw!"'   Matterhorn, Nell John-
-J- ii      _!;t-1*'<""i. B Peters.   Oulne* I  J A
Jo lev. cupper, L A ThuretonTNoonday   I
te!*::::1* &T'''!'.1 J *<'������*������    Standard, W'll
���LOGAN   C1T1    DIVISION.
Bhannon. Mutte.P Nicholson.
inn "T_fluiu'' W 8f}tW- Kaslo, A And-r-
11 ;.,. so" "'.'"'.V' 'Jpi-Un. Marmot, C Le
�� wnn-w l"'"\r,' " ���l:"' '���'<"��������� vMW, o B
N \*. ilkle.   Maggie M Ir. ,1 w Westfall.
i-Ma ,'V"1 A_'llK'1,* Al|ll"'":l '' Oorrlgan. Bine.
ti i' "r sll^'"""'''I.Kni,i,. Duncan King
.1 M IBrown. W .xt-ni .1 A Netterfleld. Selkirk,
ON[Taylor.   Oern, a W Palmer.    Mogna.J
McOounld.
16-Vera,M i Halpln.  Hantry.JQ Robertson
17���Nu-aberTen.ECWard.   Gopher, K Bob
iinu'er. \\alk.r. Tony Sihumaeher Galena
Prlnee, Alex Green.
IS���Wonderful, CJ Kettyle.    Arizona, A ti
E(_t��ert.
i!j-Ho|)cful, Woodcock, (; Matthews.   Eagle
fr, II Slier-vn.
���-''���-The Two W W, W K Bldotl and XV A
Skinner.
SILVER   CITY   LODGE   NO.    39,
I. 0. 0. F.
Meetings every   Friday evening   at 7:S0 In
Crawford's Hall. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend.
C. E. LYONS,   ""��������'. A. M. SANFORD,
Seoretaij Noble Grand,
ARKKSSMKNTH.
Sept 4���Mount Royal 8 yrs, AmyC.
���Ala-
A.F.&A.M.
ALTA LODOE NO. 18
Regular communteatton held first Thursdav in
each month in Masonic Hail at h l*. M. BoJounh
Ing brethren are cordially invited to utteiui.
THOMAS BROWN. Secretary.
till' \ i o,\*.
^,,.,t io���Coiieo. Tan Mile, M Datnlco. Oregon,
L.iiio i ck. H Reii hart. Bonny Doon Ir,
springer ck, Geo m<i.< u,.
n s.i^e nl Avon, Lemon ck, J Foley Morn-
In*/, Ten Mile, J I' Drbc ill. Summcrslde,
U mon ek. .1 Foley
I- Empiref'hk-f.and .Inlml, Lemon ck. IN
Orchard. Villa Qn-luml ck, and U-onroy, Lem-
ii uk,.) A Folaj    Ti \.-.-oii-.i Riley.
i; Mid.light. U-mon ek, W*H Crawford,
fi .idcn Ri-cf.Twelvi M le 11 Sait Hill l"op,
divldt Springer and Ten Mile, J L Butler.
IK Dover. Springer ck.C H Li-cuson, K&K.
mime. H McK. uh, m Salamander, 1st n t
Umon.DHanlon Lllb V.nfLemon,JUmih
un   QleiMHH*. same, ���> Rlrc ���.
19 Sp��cutat��ir.afTen MUe.SMlller, BeUast,
wmcCGaTrety Gloria.(J aelerck, 1 i api-aivill.
Hlland Twelve Mile. J 11 Wcrele.v. >h;,u..,,,U.
name, PSheran. Krisco. reu Mile. Mr- ��� H
Wereley. Bolt*. Lem m ck. R Cooiwr Ba lylio
Boy. Twelve Mile. .) i O'Connor, rempest,
Slocan lake, A V\ lids
_1-Ulneral Pnss.dlvldoTen Mil*iandSpringer
R 1 Kirkwood. S|��culator rr. ��l si,n.ig.*i��� l i
Klrkwm-d. A fr. same, A S Farwel . B fr.
-mne. j Lawson. Coni-er Glance, Ceflar or, i
Baanpre and D Robertson.
88 -v'rauito, w f Brindle, ���! U Gordon. Magna,
same, G Humphrey.
A'isKSSMKN 1'H.
sept ii Hidden Treasure. 13 Jumbo. 16-
Dorset, Katie. 17-Coiicomara. 18-Siocan
Bob.   _*J-Montreal.
I'DWK.H OF   V I l'OUN'KY.
Mept pv-.i H Currlo to Win Th imllns in, r. the j
Edition claim.
Thus Todd to E Shannon.
TKA.N8KKR8,
Sept i_-H>derabad and Buffalo, , each, P
Sherran to ii "a Hlgble
Same. I each, s inie to J Wereley.
17-TwoFriends.MO, Mrs Thos SloantoRE
Allen.
same, R E Allen to W J Andrews.
10  Baaeltoii.t.AMaazoltoRAlphQIIlelte.
Colorado,PondKon. nnd Little Chief, .each.
M Domlooto l< Gillette.
Two Friends, MO, Jcstto Sham In trust to Con
Murphv. power to convi > B imo
Samo. Mil, C Murphy to WTShatford.
Superior,! 18,T J Lloydt.WThomlinson,
AINSWORTH   DIVISION.
LOC-V110N8.
Aug ���'������-Rustler, M Beaton.
Aug 87-Conper Qnwii.and-I^^iJw"
Anderson.   Sunnyside, 1 H H��rpu,
E .1 Harper. ,, �� i
Sept 7-Kltty Burke, nnd Mon.    anso ��� f ���
Walsh.   Agnes.Hllll Oil  and ;l',IK,l!'..li;i     Sooner.
weda to apply on Portia, Lucky K.d toap Iv oi
Coromo, Lucky Ed, Beaver, Toronto, Vera
Cruse, Buena Vista. 6���Hungry Five, Black
Diamond, Kate, Rockford, Ual. Iron Horse.
Ontariu No 8. 7���Laurier, Budger, Golden, Carolina to apply on Duke. Alta to apply on Aberdeen
Warrior.Ft Worth,Golden Era. " a- lona, N',,r
w,,od, Green Isle, Caledona. 10-Black Warrior
to apply on White Star, Superior, Cop er Cliff 3
vis, Eagle Birds yrs, Marsdon 8 vrs. Lovell 8 yrs,
Vernon, Hill Top. ll -Orbull, Cliff 18���Royal
George, Florida ir. Esoanoba, Hazel,Irene i yrs.
l*'.v��� lyre,Union Jack. Metallic Union, White
\'. orrlor to apply on Horse shoe and Snow sh ,e
l_ Gem, Potlatch fr. V -Blenheln. 17���San
Juan, Luckv Siril,e 8yrs.IVyStnak. Boston, Big
Bob, Lost Load, Pans 1800, Rain. Good Hope,
Eagle.   18���Lund, Bud Bell, Patricks.
(KHTIKICA1KS OP   IMI'UOVKMKXTS.
Sept 7���Sllver Pox, Lakeview. 14���Mastodon,
Empress frac, Sultan fr, Republic, Republic fr,
Empress, Commonwealth, Sultan.
THAN8KKK8.
Florida fr. all. New Era \. Wm Meadows to W
A Davis.
Kl-ic H, |, A F Adams to Thos Doyle.
Patricks, 5. A Llnroth to A Anderson.
All,ina. #10,000 option, J F Wilson and J Davis
to t; E C Martin.
8un, all, R Lechle Ewing to Empire Mines of
BC. Ltd.
Hewabic fr, It L Ewing to Empire Mines of
BC, Ltd.
Nol, all, C Noel toO Dubole.
Leona fr, \,3 W smith to A It Wachtmnlster
silver Bow, SUverSpray, Royal Clipper, Moon
taiu View, Liverpool and Lodestar, all, J D Carlyle and K Conright to .1 C Blythe.
Ilellan L, \. L A Lemon to J W Livers.
st Pancraa, i, D..n CoBgrlff to J W Liver-.
Black Prince, Ida and Zola, i each, S A Drake
to J W Livers.
Arc Light, J. .1 .1 Casey to G II Hagerman.
Preak, all..) K Hall to G H Hagerman.
Virginlus, _, W8 Stewart to A F Adams.
Jan Juan, ., G Loftstedt toC A Johnson.
Mornlntr Star, Frontenac.Sunrise,and Murray
Creek, 1-10 each, ti W Bedell to A McC Banting.
Johnston, 1*10,E W Bunting to A Met Banting.
C W.l.C L Brush to A McAllister.
VMw.all.OBN Wilhce to Old Gold Quartz
and Placer Mining Co .
Comstock V rglnla and Erie, l-u, i' fc, Arcnei
to G K Cleveland.
'rh(Mo,is nn uiiavoidnltlt* li****5 of gold
in flll placer iitiiilnsr. Where it is extremely fine, such loss has run ns Ing'h
as 40 per cent
Sandon Miners'
ma        ��� Tw ���_        1 \ a,r   p:, lli'lll -.      -  ���
Union Hospital,��- w. ��*
7  ��lve of expenae
of physician or surgeon and drugs
Subscribers, -i
l��er month:   Private patients, j
DR. W. E. GOMM,
Attendant Physician
Open to
the Public
MISS s. L. CIIISHOLM, Matron
J. D. MCLAUGHLIN, President
W. L. HAGLER, Secretary
Wm. Diixaih-k. .1   V. MARTIN. R. J McLean
Axurs j. McDonald, Muck Brady,Directors
Good Cooks are Born, not made.
The kitchen mechanic
at the���       ���
Sandon ��3 House
Is a scientist in the
culinery line. Drop
in and	
GET A SQUARE MEAL
We serve the
Best regular dinner in Sandon
G. H. MURHARD
Susiwotfr.MnrtKer, J 0UI*d��*
VV Walton.   Edna No 8, H E t.'"'*1!'.'
It ic
50,
 'mt.   Dora
.1 W Wi-atfaU.    Silvery Moon Pr, J' OhMnut
GraoeO r,Primrose fr, Primrose ��-��� ��
Oo,
Mining
CLOTHES
CLEANED,
DYED.
PRESSED,
and REPAIRED
EstahhHhcil 1X'.*>.
E. M. Sandilands
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public
Insurance* Mining Broker
Mining stocks bought and sold.    General,
agent for Sioean Properties.    Proinisiuj." Pros    attend,
peels for sale.
1
SANDON LODGE NO. 24
Meets in Crawford's Hall every Wednesday eve-
nlnjr.    VisitiiiK*  Brethren cordially invited to
j. b. McLaughlan. 0.0.
ANTHONY SHILLAND, K.B.8.
P,
Burin
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Fresh and Cured
Fish and Oysters
ROSSLAND
t
���aecllon
NELSON
Dressed asid Live
Poultry
GREENWOOD
GEO.   CHAPMAN
RECO AVE,      SANDON
SANDON
BOTTLING CO.
DAY & BIGNEY.
Manufacturer of
CARBONATED
OF AI.,. KINPS.
CODY AVE. SANDOS
FOLLIOTT & M'MIILAN
Contractors & Builders
Dealers  in  Rough  and   Dressed  Lumber.
Sash, Doors, Blinds, etc., made to order
at lowest possible prices.    Mines and
LMmension Timber always in Stock
building.
Tk-oTXTtre'Plans, Estimates and Specifications furnished for all classes of
DK1JNivk)u Factory opposite C. P. R. freight shed.
i;
I Railroad Avenue Sandon THE P.AYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 6
Zogan
Phillips
HERCHANT TAILORS.
ta
We carry a large
stock of imported high
grade cloth, and guarantee a perfect fit and
neat finish.
See Our Stock
Haiti St.,      Sandon.
RECO HOTEL
BARBKR SHOP
AND
BATH    ROOMS
No Long Waits
Good Seroice
The Best Baths
In Town.
YOUR "NEXT."
II. M. Stevens.
Just Ask Us
footwear.
0*
I have placed a large
stock of men's and
boy's _______________
FINE SHOES
In mv new store and solicit
the patronage of the Sandon
public. Absolute satisfaction
guaranteed.
Louis Hupperten
Main St. --   -- Sandon, B. C.
The New Clifton
This house has recently heen
Completed and Fitted  up.     It
is  one of the Nicest Hotels in
the  Kootenav.     If vou  have
an hour or  a  day to spend in
town do not   fail to  call upon
John Buckley.
Proprietor.
Ibarrp
nasi).
Thos Milne]
&Co.    .
House and_^>*
<K____Sign Painters.
a^Paper Hangers and<^_
,Decorators.##
������-
Reco Avenue
Sandon
Dealer in
*������$ Cutlery, Granite,
$�� Nicble and Tin-
$�� ware.    A  First
$���$ Class  stock  of
^ Oxford  Ranges,
$fc Cooking,   Heat-
���>���$ ing Stoues.
M*
^FZlm��lm��lm*Slm,
20A
Tinware of all JJ
kinds for family, ^
hotels, restaur- \vl
ants and mining |j��
camp kitchens, W
made to order Ti?
promptly.
Buy your Groceries from
Macdonald & Ross. Nothing but
good -.roods in stock.
Lodging House.
Nice Comfortable Beds-,
To Let by the Day-, Week
Month or Year. Get One
Before they are all Taken
Up.
JAKE KELSEN.
Estimates given on air pipe
and all mining work, roofing
plumbing, etc. Satisfaction
guaranteed. Best materials,
personal attention given all
orders.
All Goc|s Al. and at
Right Prices. Call
and Inspect.
RAILROAD     -   -    ,    AVENUE,
SANDON.
FOR ANYTHING YOU WANT IN THK
Grocery and Provision Line.
WE will be pleased to supply vou  at the most reasonable
Prices with goods of the best quality.
II. Giegerieh,      Reco Ave.
t
Iburraf)! * Iburraf)!
Call and inspect onr new store at the
Sandon Boot and Shoe Store. All kinds of
Rubber Footwear, Mackinaw ��r.r*- , Ladies
and Gents Fancy Slippers, Infant's Footwear, at the Sandon Boot and Shoe Store.
&li Gaplov.
H Preserving
1 Time is 11 ere
WE HAVE FRESH IROM
_...
*
*
*
*
*
*
OKANAGAN
VALLEY
*
-*'
*
*
^       Fancij Plums,     r    Medium Plums.
7J�� Bartlet Pears,   $   Free. Stone Peaches
% Tomatos, f   Haruest .Apples. *$���
H ALL IN PRIME CONDITION. ��
^ Jalland Hros., Cody Ave. 1
#
%
&$
Spectacles.
The long evenings' are here
and   you are not   able Lo read
as easily as you used to do.
f     *
Do Not Endanger Your
Sight by Straining
Your Eye--..
Ma
���A*
There is Comfort and  Pleasure
in Wearing our   New  Per-*
fected Glasses^
Our Rimless Glasses will also
add to your Appearanance.
Q. W. Grimmett,
Graduate Optician.
Just   Received.
A   large   "onsignment   ol tli1-*
latest Fashions in Fall
jILLINERV
1   0****00000000000 0*   i*
Ladies Shirt Waists and
Skirts.
Ladies Underwear,
Misses **k and  ^ Childrens
Furnishings. *���
Misses A. & M. HcKinnon
��irf*mmvimn�� mm nmmmmmmfgj^*^'^-^-
HI
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