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BOOK V.
SANDON, OCTOBER J3 .900.
CHAPTER 3
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
p. I.. Kgan and wife visited Nelson
on Thursday.
W, C. Yawkey   left  on   Wednesday
i ������ the smith and east.
Hunter Bros, expect to mow into
their new store hy the end of next
week.
I.m'uis j. Hamilton of MoGuigan
spent Thursday evening with friends in
Sandon.
F, J. Ktnucane, of the Bank of Montreal, Greenwood branch, visited Sandon
In the early part sif the week.
Jesse Prdnk has assumed the dignity
of Con. on the- K. & S. during Gus.
Boetcher's absence at the Spokane fair.
Prank Drover, jr., is attending Gon-
raga college, While in Spokane he
will have his eyes treated by a specialist.
Wm. McLean, manager for Thorpe
ICo., manufacturers of .treated li/, is
a Sandon in the interests of liis com"
pan}.
Tlie .Mansfield   Manufacturing Com-
i'of Nelson  has shipped thirty-five
- dI building  lime to Sandon this
si__ner
The Sioean Citj Independent Labor
Qub has opened h Foley committee
room and is in the campaign up to the
top notch.
George Creech has sold his interest
h the Sandon Cartage Co*.io .George
McPherson. The firm name is again
Walmsley & McPherson.
PortercV Neyin have opened h livery
stable in the big teni near the Catholic
church, where they have a nice string
of saddle horses for hire.
"Uncle-joe" Thatcher and Dr. chas.
Graef were down from Halcyon on
Sunday viewing the beautiful scenery
ill the vidnity of Sandon.
There wav a dance at McGuigan on
Wednesday evening al which several ol
the Sandon Hoys did the cake walk in
���i style unequalled Hy anything this far
north.
I'tauk J. Wilms, formerh with the
0. K. Barber Shop, Rossland, is with
the Reco Barber Shop. Frank has
many acquaintances among the mining1
fraternity.
Archie Morris, sif Dill & Morris,
hardware dealers in Kaslo, iffd the
Slocan lake country in the interests ol
his firm this week, returning home
yesterday.
���Macdonald Hros. are putting the
���inishit*-gj touches to the Balmoral and
���will be furnishing'liquid refreshment
10 the thirsty   from their   new   dispeiis-
-���7 in a few'days.
Hie advance agent of the Coontawn
400 is in Nelson heading this way.
"lis company made a Winning here
JWt winter and will play Sandon again
"a'hall can be found. '
A moving picture company entertained large audiences- in the Catholic
church on Thursday and Friday even-
inKr**. The entertainment was given
'''���der the auspices of the Sandon Brass
Band.
T* H. May, of the Hank of B, C,
,(-';<H's Rossland this week  on an Kurc-
t lathe
peau tour.    He intends  to  visit many
points   of   .merest   while    across
water,    and   will   not   return   to
Kootenav until January.
New Denver baseball fiends want to
get a game with Sandonites on Thursday next, Thanksgiving dav. New
Denver is easy, and Sandon will do the
mud-flat sports up brown if a game is
pulled off.
Jas. J. Godfrey will open an office in
J the Grimmett building in the mining
brokerage and insurance line. He-
has been awarded the agency for the
Great West Life Insurance Co., and
will also represent a couple of reliable
lire insurance companies.
The Nelson Hoard of Trade is living
io induce the Kootenay Lake Telephone Company to put in a line from
Nelson to Sandon and Slocan Lake
points. The district superintendent
believes that the line would not pay,
and as a consequence the efforts of the
board of trade are not likely to meet
with success this year. Such a line is
badly needed.
There WHS a big celebration among
the Oddfellows last night, the occasion
being a visit from Grand Master Johnston and A. H. Blackley, superintendent sif agencies sif the -Oddfellow's
Relief Association. The early part of
the program was attended to in Crawford's hall, after which they adjourned lo the Hotel Sandon, where supper
was served and a round of toast and
story kept the enjoyment up until an
earlv hour.
ORE SHIPMENTS.
The ore shipments for the week
were, over the K. -__ S.: Last Chance
too, Ruth 52, Pi
Steel 1.
Over the C'  P. R.
e.ui Star bo.
The   Whitewater   mine   shipped   15
tons during the weekending October 7
ivne   bo   Coin   15,
,: Payne  100,  Slo-
The Reco Strike.
The strike made recently at the Reco
is holding out well with further development. The pre chute along the
hanging wall has been opened up in
three places and proves everywhere to
be up to the highest anticipations both
in character of ore and extent of the
chute.
ITS OFF WITH ,THS  TINHORNS.
Gambling Shut Down   and  Knights
of the Green j_toth are
*'        on the Hike.
Second dealers in Sandon are at a
discount now. Their occupation is
gone. No more the little stacks of
reds and blues pass back and forth at
the behest of the tickle goddess of fortune. No more the roulette wheel burr
nor the faro king reigns where dead
game sports bet 'em to the rafters and
lucky ikes, double .shoot the turrf. The
seductive game of black no longer
entertains the voung man brave and
"lickerv," and'"Hit   the kittv,    'I'm
fat,"   "Smashthesonofa '  ''That's
the baby," are but a mournful memory
sif the days gone by.
It's .all off now. Chips that pass in
the night are valuable only as souvenirs,
and the agitation for the free and unlimited coinage of poker checks is only
a matter of ancient history. The dealers, boosters, chair-warmers, pluggers,
cappers, professional rubber-necks,
markers, rimmers, crimpers', short card
men, Montana sleeve artists and
other members of the sporting
fraternity will have to turn their backs
on the classic shades of the Silver City,
and* with heavy hearts and tear-stained
eves hit the long array of ties to the
land of exile. The great moral wave
has overtaken theui- -in Sandon.
The boys don't know who fixed the
cold-deck. Chief Stubbs sprung the
official black jack when he made the
rounds oh Thursday giving notice that
the games would have to close. The
chief had the top hand and the boys
passed up.
When the sporting editor ol" the Pay-
stukak got wind of the scandal he immediately proceeded to interview the
mayor on the matter. The mayor confirmed the rumor but* did not give his
authority.
"Who is back of this play ? Is it the
chief of police, the police commissioners,
the citv council or the provincial authorities?" the mayor was asked.
He saw us coming, and played back
by asking if that wasn't a leading question. It was, but we wanted to get a
flash of his hole card.
An Old Case.
(Nelson Tribune.'
The oldest case unsettled in the
records of the court of Kootenay was
set down for trial at the approaching
assizes. It is that of Harris vs. Kerlin,
commenced in 1896 when the writ was
issued, and at a standstill ever since
until a short time ago when the statement of claim was filed. The plaintiff
asks possession of lot 4, block 4 in Sandon, an injunction to restrain dependents from trespassing thereon and
damages to the extent of $180. The
defence is that plaintiff is not entitled
to possession. The question at issue is
as to whether a crown grant to the
mineral claim Loudon entitles Harris
to the surface rights of tlie ground.
Murmurs from McGuigan.
Ore shipments, October 1st to 7th,
Rambler mine 40 tons.
Donald Sullivan of McGuigan is one
of the happiest men in the country at
present. A new girl arrival at his
home the cause.
Judd Rohrer has received the Ivanhoe timber contract, which in addition
to the Payne and Last Chance contracts
keeps him very busy. He has twelve
men working for him at present and
will increase the force shortly.
A number of Sandon boys took in
Jim Brown's4 dance Wednesday evening, and tho all the girls expected did
not arrive dancing was kept up until
after midnight. None of the Sandon
contingent went home thirsty.
Why is it Thus?
The
The Skating Rink.
rink   proposition
catinj
has
been advanced a stage. Word has
been received from G. M. Sproat to the
effect thai he is willing to sell live lots
above the power house for $1500, or
lease the same at $25 a month. The
ground in question affords an area of
150 x 80 feet, and is by all means the
best available site.
It will now be in order for the committee to secure as estimate of the cost
of erecting a suitable building, after
which the question of funds will have to
be considered.
L. Pratt of Spokane, secretary of the
American Boy Mining Csi., has moved
to Sandon and will make his headquarters at the mine in future.
The Moral Waoe in Nelson.
(Rossland Industrial World)
Were it not for the good things we
know we will find inside, the very sight
of the Sandon Paystreak would give us
the "blues". Bro. MacAdams has
discarded white paper and the sheet is
now printed on blue book paper. In
shifting white has the Paystreak given
notice that it has lost its former purity,
or does the new color signify that it requires eternal vigilance on the part of
its manager to prevent readers from
jumping subscription bills?
The Nelson Kconomist says : The
determination to rid the city of tin-horn
gamblers and other undesirsble characters is a move in the right direction,
There are altogether too many non-
producers in Nelson, and the sooner
they are forced to ��� leave the city the
better it will be for those who live by
honest industry alone. Clear the rascals out.
The Ivanhoe tram was completed
this week and was turned over a few
times as a test. The ore bins will be
completed iii a few days and then the
big tram will commence bringing down
the product of the Minnesota Silver
Co's. properties. The installation of
the machinery at the mill will be completed before.the/end of the month and
by the first the concentrator should be
grinding out a return for the heavy investment in the Minnesota company's
properties.
A Citq Without a Fire Brigade.
Sandon is in the penuliar position of
having a first-class outfit of fire-lighting
appliances without a fire department
to handle the same. The meeting called by acting-moyor Buckley for Tuesday evening to re-organize the brigade
did not materialize   as   the  men called
Ob to undertake the re-organization did
not attend. The city is without fire
protection, and unless some kind of a
department is formed the citizens may
expect to have their insurance policies
cancelled.
The Urban Mining Company, which
proposes to work the Donnelley group,
has been incorporated and will commence operations on Monday. The
management reports that one half the
stock has alreadv   been  subscribed for. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 18,  IMP
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A   TKNDERFOOT    REPORTER   IN    A
MINING   CAMP.
If you have never been a tenderfoot
in a mining town, vow have missed half
your life.   The experiences an Easterner undergoes in his efforts to reach
a point which will admit of a full understanding of the mining man's vernacular are varied and amusing���amusing
to the mining man, but usually embarrassing to the tenderfoot.   Last fall and
winter, sayB a correspondent, I undertook to do the collecting, look after the
job office, hustle for ads, attend church
socials, prize fights, political meetings,
edit telegraph and local copy, and keep
track of an office boy and an Englishman oft a small daily out in the mountains of British Columbia.   The name
of the town was and still is Nelson, a
thriving little city of 5,000 inhabitants,
some of them the best people on earth.
I arrived in Nelson on the day before
Thanksgiving Day, last fall.
I lounged around a hotel until December 1, and then began my work on
the paper. There was a lot to do the
first few days, and 1 was kept very
busy. On the afternoon of the second
or third day, and while engaged, I
think, in sweeping out the office or
dusting the safe, an individual whom I
had already met rushed into the office
and in a very excited manner asked*
"Have you heard of the wonderful
clean-UD at the Athabasca?"
Now, in the first place, I wasn't quite
���ure what a clean-up was. Then.again,
1 couldn't for the life of me place the
Athabasca.   1 didn't know whether k
was a steamboat, boarding house,hotel,
skating rink, or what. I was therefore
forced to admit that I hadn't heard of
the "wonderful clean-up." I was careful, however, to conceal my entire
ignorance of the meaning of his question.
"You haven't, eh? Well, you ought
to send some one after it, for you really
ought to have it."
1 admitted that perhaps we should
have it, and was going to ask if it was
easily moved, if a dray would be required, or if it could be carried in one's
arms. But, fortunately, I did not. 1
was afraid of making a break. I had
already fallen a victim two or three
times, and on each occasion my wife
had taken the pains to call my attention, when I reached home, to an odor
which seemed to be very closely allied
with my breath. Therefore, I kept
silent.
"From whom could we get it?" I
ventured, watching closely the effect of
the question upon the excited individual.
"You might be able to get it from the
bank, for the manager was just dp there
a few minutes ago. He has gone back,
now, and therefore you can't see him."
"Who the mischief is the manager?"
I thought to myself. "Is he the manager of the bank, of the clean-up, or of
the Athabasca. And if he's gone back,
where has he gone back to? Where
did he come from? Who is he? What's
his name? Is he the manager of a
hoarding house, a hotel, an opera house,
or what? Did he have a clean-up because his place was dirty and needed it,
or because, it was a regular thing with
him? In either case, where did the
'wonderful'part of It come in? What
the dickens does the whole thing mean,
anyhow ?"
These were my thoughts None of
them were expressed aloud, and they
had rushed through my mind iu a
moment after my fri nd had finished
speaking.
1 was just ahout to ask what hank,
when I realized that such a question
might be fatal. There were three or
four financial Institutions in town known
as hanks, and there were, several sand
banks in the Kootenay River, which
rolled past the foot of the mountain
upon which Nelson was situated. One
of these sand banks had become an
island, and was known as "The Bank."
Whether it was the sand bank or one
of the other banks, I did not know. I
knew, however, that it wasn't a faro
bank, for there wasn't one in town���a
remarkable thing for a mining camp.
If the fellow would only leave me, I
thought to myself, I could go oat in the
office and ask one of the printers what
he (the fellow, not the printer) was
driving at. I had reached my limit, I
knew, and if he came back at me with
anything else, I would have to show
my hand.
"Let's see, where did you say I could
get it?" I again ventured, hoping that
perhap.-* he might say what bank, and
get out.
"Why, up at the bank���the Bank of
Montreal," ho replied, and 1 had won.
"All right, I'm very much obliged to
you," 1 remarked, as he arose to go
"I'll send some one up to the bank in a
little while.   Good afternoon "
As eoon as mv friend passed through
the door, I called in one of the printers
1 had made a confidant of him, and it
was to him I always went when 1 Wanted
to learn anything of affairs local. I
told him what my friend had told me,
and he explained The Athabasca was
a mine���a gold mine on the top of Toad
Mountain. It had a stamp mill of its
own, and every month the gold which
had heen crushed out of the rock was
gathered together. This was the clean
np. If the last one had heen wonderful.
it simply meant that a great deal more
than the usual amount of gold had heen
found this time. 1 handed the printer
a cigar, and returned to my desk.
Clean-ups after that were easy ���Northwest Magazine.
An old bachelor says the rolling pin
is ,i cooking club.
Sandon Cartage Co.,
WALMSLEY & 0EEE0H
Express, Baggage
and Cartage
Delivered  to all parti of the city
F. L. CHRISTIE, L. L. B.
Notary Public
BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, Etc.
Sandon,
B.C.
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Politics in Whitetcater.
There was a meeting in the Miners'
Union Hall at Whitewater on Wednes
day evening last at which an Independent Labor Club was formed. The
attendance included nearly everyone in
the camp and great enthusiasm was
shown throuou't the proceedings. The
officers  elected were J.J.   Macdonald,
president, J. Banting, Searetary. The
c|ub will meet every Wednesday evening for the purpose of discussing political matter and   furthering  the   Inde-
ndeni Labor movement.
|.'a,in tin- enthusiasm displayed at
the meeting it is evident that Whitc-
ft-ater people are in line and Foley will
,-vt  i|d   per  cent,   of  the vote   in  lhat
camp.
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Election of Officer*--.
flu- following officers were elected
:n ihe Sandon Miners' I'nion last
Suturda) evening:
President,Wm. Davidson, Vice-President, Harry Leake; Financial Secretary,
W. I.. Hagler; Recording Secretary,
P. VV. Johnston; Treasurer, J. V. Martin; Conductor, tieo. Wein.mt; Warden,
Geo. s. McLeod; Fnancc Committee,
Geo, Smith, John A. McDonald, P. W.
Johnston.
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ki tin    _H_e-uiment  A<-1   win  be held in
Ike City oftk-en. Sandon, on  Monday, Novera-
at  three o'clock p tn.
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City   Clerk and   Assessor.
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Harness, doable 10,00
ft'above, nlflio second  haud, are in   Irai
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Apply to
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albert Canyon, B   C,
Saddle   Horses
We are now Carrying a Heavy Line of
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHINGS
Which we will dispose of at the
VERY LOWEST CASH PRICES
Ever Heard of in the Kootenay.
Don't Fail to Examine our Stock
andCompr.re our Prices.
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Sad-die Horses for hire at
���filiation rates.
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PORTER & NEVIN
Main Street*
Can't Stand prosperity.
I)   I  Robertson has requested the management of
.f tiv 1 >avstreak to discontinue his ad.   1 Ie states that
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& THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 13
Vfye papstreak.
Published Bveij Batarday la tho bear, ��f lh�� Bkheet White Metal Oampon Earth-
Subscription   ....   $2.00 a year.
Strii-tlv in KilvrtiH't?.
William MacAdams,
Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, B. CM OCTOBER 13,  iqoo.
JO OTHER M#AN has ever been before the
1 V electorate of any constituency in Canada with a
clearer title to the honor of workingman's canodidate than
Chris Foley. No more unique nomination was ever made.
The man did not seek the office. The office sought the
man -and found him in the four hundred-foot level of the
Centre Star mine.
Independent voters in the Kootenay now have it in
their power to elect a man to the dominion house who will
be representative of the masses from whom all wealth originates and for whom legislation is needed.
Of the other nominees there is little to* say. Both
aspire to office under the banners of partyism. Both ask
for election at the hands of the people that they may serve
the dictates of their party. Both ask the public to attach
the endorsation of confidence to the past acts of corrupt
and foolish legislatures, and to request by their votes a
continuance of the reckless debauchery by which Canada
has been separated from empires of land and hundreds of
millions of wealth, and this western country has been bound
in the fetters of iron-handed monopoly, for the benefit of
the few to the detriment of the many. Both the party
nominees are members of a caste which in an ideal community would find no means of support. We want, not
more laws and lawyers but less laws and no lawyers.    We
m* *
want less governing*, and the ideal government will arrive
when there is no government at all. We cannot attain this
end by electing lawyers as representatives. We must govern ourselves by placing the power in the hands of the
people. The present scheme of government does not
permit us to make our own laws thru the agency of the
referendum, but it at least has a semblance of permitting us
to select our legislative agents, and the proxy we give
should not be placed with the self-appointed superior class
whose usefulness and aim in life is in the evasion of what
laws we have and the technical justification for a consideration���of wrong" wherever found.
Foley is not of these. His calling in life has never
brot him in contact with those who toil not. His even
tenor has been in the face of life's sternest realities. His
education has been in nature's school, and he stands for
right and justice in the rough. The benefits of academic
training, of refined environment or of social status have not
been his and he knows nothing of the polish that so often
screens duplicity, but the integrity, the worth, the sterling
character and rugged honesty which go to make the man
are his thru nature's endowment.
The people of Kootenay have it in their own hands.
They can elect one of themselves to represent themselves,
or they can elect one of class to represent class, party and
prejudice.
Many newspapers in British Columbia have a gigantic
holler coming because their local merchants and business
men send to Toronto for their printing. The newspapers
have got it on wrong. The roast is on them. If a local
printing office cannot hold its own against an outside firm
that operates from two or three thousand miles away it has
no right to the trade. If any Toronto or hay county firm
can come into Sandon and make money at taking orders
for job printing at lower prices than Tin-: Paystreak does
the'same. class'of work for we advise them to go to it. Bui
the travellers had better come grub-staked. They are
likely to go broke on the proposition.
PRKMtKR DUNSMUIR is having hard luck with his
Scotch miners. He told them that they could make S3 a
day in B. C., and omitted to state that the Union was not
recognized on his premises. The miners found that they
could only make $2 a day and they learned the facts oi the
relationship between Dunsmuir's company and ihe labor
organizations. As a result the Scotch miners quit work
and say they are going back to aScoiland. Dunsmuir
should recognize the union and hire his men at home.
LAURIER has met the wishes of those who asked for a
short, sharp campaign. He L*".ve only thirty days notice
of the event. There is no doubt an advantage to tho
liberal partv in this abbreviated warning, but so far as the
Kootenav is concerned the liberal party has practically committed suicide. The liberals have little or no organization
in this constituency, and it will be absolutely impossible lot-
liberal campaign spouters to cover tlie district in tlie lew
davs  remaining between  now  and election dav.    Added to
��� O 9
this, the candidate is unknown* outside his own town, and
people can hardly be expected to vote blind for a man whom
they do not know. The conserative candidate, on tho
other hand, has no edge over the liberal. MacXeill is as
little known as Galliher, and conservative organization is a
myth.
In this particular tlu* labor candidate has all the advantages. Over half the voters in the Kootenav and Yale
are members of labor organizations, and working thru these
bodies candidate Foley can reach a large percentage of the
electors without missing a shift on the 400-foot level. In
springing the elections suddenly Laurier virtually makes
Mr. Foley a present of the seat for Yale-Cariboo-Kootenay.
When the jig is up and the smoke clears away the liberals
and conservatives will be found holding their heads and
wondering how it happened.
It's a long LANE that lias no tomato cans in it. Professional politicians in the past have gone right along
nominating and electing themselves to office entirely
oblivious to the circumstance that workingmen have vote'*-.
They used party prejudice and the old flag talk to divide
the labor vote and elect professionals. They told the
workingmen that they were liberals or conservatives and
that their votes were needed in the interests of" their
respective parties. Times have changed. Independenl
labor has taken a hand in the game, and the professional
politicians are busy throwing efarbajye at the men who have
the consummate audacity to nominate^ candidate without
consulting the manipulators of the liberal and conservative
machines.
Silver has touched 64 cents in New York, the highest
point reached since February, 1897, and metallurgical
journals predict that the strength developed will be continued. There are are various circumstances which give
color to the prediction, and there are no circumstances
which indicate a fall in the price of silver. Eighty-cent
silver would make Slocan the liveliest mining camp on
earth.
Chris Foley will get three votes in the Slocan for one
that will go to Galliher and MacNeill. The old parties
are as dead as Julius Caesar.
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..M���!^ THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B, C, OCTOBER i
lb. JBpev* &(tompanp>
SOLE AGENTS FOR
cClavp's Seating and Cooking Stoves.
IN ALL SIZES.
KOOTENAY STEEL RANGE.
We have the Kootenay Steel Ranges
in four sizes for family use, also large Army
and I leavy Steel Plate Ranges, single and
double ovens, for camp and hotel use.
OAK    PARLOR     HEATER.
FAMOUS    OAK   STOVES.
The newest and most
modern stove made.
Rill bearing -urates,
double fire pot, wood
and coal grates witli
each stove.
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.
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Boots and Sljoe*.
We Have Just Received a Large
Stock of Fine Shoes.
See the Display  in our Window.
All Styles, Grades, Qualities
and Prices.
Try our Union /Wade Overalls.
macdonald & Moss,
VIRGINIA BLOCK,
The   Filbert   Cafe
HOGAN & REESE, Proprietors.
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I -THE-                   ��
1 REDCROSS1
f -DRUG STORE-
$% EvervthiiiR  New  and First Class
ll Drujjs, Chemicles, Perfumeries Toilei
���35 Art des       .stationery.     Prescription*-    $A
f omlpoundedat any hour of the day or    ^
��
*J��     nijjht,
m
'US MAIN STRICT
F J  DONALDSON &
r.   J ,   l/Vi caNDON. B.C. (&
Mm^mx^^^^^^
All   the   Delicacies   of the  Season Seroed.
*
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Open Day and Night.
Everything New, Neat, Clean and Tasty.
The Place to get the Rest Meal in Sandon.
At The New Store.
-��_&&���)&  We have a full line of Fresh
$&   Okanagan and Walla Walla
Jt Fruits.   Harvest Apples and
�� Rartlett Pears, Peaches and
$���$��� Plums.     California    Tokay
$fe Grapes.    Ganongs   Famous
% Choclates.    R.  Smith's and
% Perrin's Candies.
if
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Jas. Williamson. THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER  ...
THE HALCYON HOT SPRINGS.
The Virtue of its Waters���Their
Great Refiling Powers for
Metallic  Poisoning.
It is and interesting and notable fact
lhat wherever nature permits the presence of any condition or material injurious to the health of the human race,
Rhe almost invariably places natural
means of relief within convenient reach
of the sulferers.
A Striking instance of this truth is
found in the conditions imposed on the
miner who wrests from tlie rugged
treasuries ofthe mountains the mineral
wealth which nature has stored there in
such princely abundance. To the
sturdy miner equipped with a wholesome contempt lor difficulties that
would overcome a less rigerous specimen of manhood, the richly mineralized mountains of British Columbia
afford a lield of immense profits for
centuries to come. Tlie Slocan, the
l.ardo and other parts ofthe Kootenays
are only in their swaddling clothes, bul
have within them the elements of a
most vigorous growth. Nothing worth
having is obtainable without difficulties
and the chief of these to practical miners in these districts is that more or less
liberal quantities of lead, arsenic and
other substances injurious to health are
met with wherever the rich minerals
are found.
Continued work in this atmosphere
eventually produces a train of symptoms
with which every working miner is
more or less familiar. Anaemia���a
condition of degenerate blood- bead-
aches, constipation, sub-acute pains in
the muscles or internal ogans, a feeling
of lassitude and general inability ,'o
work. Perhaps catarrah ofthe muscous
membranes is also present. In short,
the human machine is crying for rest
and relief from the conditions too steadily imposed upon it. Mother nature,
with characteristic kindness, has herself provided the remedy for those who
sailor these ills and derangements. At
various points thruout the mining districts are springs of water highly impregnated with the very substances
science has discovered to be the only
true medicament for sufferers from
metallic poisoning. Of these springs
none excel in healing properties the
truly marvellous waters that flow from
the hot springs at Halcyon.
Boiling up from far down in the volcanic ledges that belonged at some prehistoric period comes a mixture of
medicines dispensed in natures own
unrivalled laboratory in whose matchless curative powers none bathe without relief.
Expert analysis of the Halcyon waters has proved them, in the words of
Professor King of Edinburgh to be
remarkable for the very large proportion of magnesia, silica and alkaline
salts contained, as also a very marked
amount of that very rare substance
lilhia, fully six times as much of this
last as is found in similar waters elsewhere. These are the substances that
are considered the best medicines in the
whole pharmacopeia for eliminating
mineral from the system.
At Halcyon Springs there has been
erected a fully-equipped sanitarium
where every comfort and skilled medical attention are available, and no pains
are being spared to make a star at that
Institution both pleasant and profitable
to its visitors Baths are the best
equipped on the North American continent, while the hotel is replete with
all modern conveniences.
Try the Sandon Hand Laundry
for good washing.
NOTICE
Certificate of Improvements.
MAJOR FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM.
Situated  in  tin' Slocan Mining Division of
West    Kootenay.     Whore    located:   On
MaGuigan Creek  east <>f ami adjoining
tlie Herbert Mineral claim.
TARE NuTICK that I. W.J. H. Holmes,
acting aeagent for Edwin Hyde Tomlinson.
Kree Miner's Certificate No. *t*S41SA, ami the
Washington Mining Company -.Foreign), Free
Miner's Certifloate No. "i>!��. (Special', intend
aixty days from date hereof, to apply to he
Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvement* for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
(rant ofthe above claims.
And I'nrtlier take notice that  action, under
set tion 87, must he commenced hefore the
issuance of suoh Certifloate of Improvements
W.J. H. HOLMES, P. tf.S.
Agent.
Date I thia 88th day of Sept.. A. I��. 1000.
Pilgrims
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
I C. and WASHINGTON MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate   in   the Slocan Mining Division   ol
West Kootenay District.    \\ here located :
in McGuigan Basin, east of and adjoining
the Washington Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICK that I, W.J. II. Holmes,
acting as agent for The Washington Minim-
Company, foreign), Free Miner's Certificate
No. 709. (special), intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for
Certificates of improvements,for the purpose
of obtaining Crown grants of the ahove
.hums.
And further take notice that action  nnder
section  .'.7  must   he  commenced before  the
i .-nance of _uoh Certificates of Improvement.-.
W.J. H. HOLMES  P. L.8.
rajrellt
Dated this 88th clay of September, A  1��. 1900
Notice.
1 herehy notify the pubUc that mv wife.
Nettie Stauffer, has lelt my board ami lodging
without just cause or provocation, and I will
not he responsible for any debts contracted
hy her from this date.
JOHN A. STAUFFER.
and
Soo  Zine
Still   continue to operate
.   First-Class   Sleepers   on
all trains from Revelstoke
and  Kootenay   Landing.
���ALSO -
Tourist Cars passing Dun more Jet;.
daily for St. Paul, Saturday; for Montreal and Boston, Mondays, and Thursdays for Toronto. Same ears pass
Revelstoke one dav earlier.
NO    TROUBLE
To Quote Rates nnd Give
Give Yon a Pointer Regarding the
EASTERN TRIP
You Contemplate Taking.
FALL and WINTER SCHEDULE NOW
fc-te.   EFFECTIVE.   0*0*
For time tables, rates, and full information call on or address nearest
loclal agent or
J. K. Grudge,
Ajjent. Sandon.
E. J. Coyle,        W. F. Anderson.
A. G. P. A., T. P. A.
Vancouver, B. C.      Nelson, B. C
Mit the   Iron Trail  For
New DenDer
On Saturday
Where, on the Placid Bosom of
the Cool, Saluhriou-. Lake, or
in the Fragrant   Recesses of the
Primeval    Forests,     Vsiu     may
Spend    the   Sabbath   in    Sweet
Communion with Nature.
Vou   will lind   all I lie Comforts
of a Home at the
Newmarket Hotel.
If you care for Fishing J
Secure Moats, Fishing li
etc., from the Manage
Guides who will Pilot \
the Besl Fishing Ground
wavs on Hand. Bail in I*
Bottles or Kegs furnish
Regulation Rates In Ihe
prietor.
Henry Stege.
Transfer of Liquor License,
NOTICK is hereby given that 30 data.*
date hereof I will-apply to the li,,.',, ""
in 1.-ion,.rs of Hi.-citv of Sun,I,���,<,���.,"'""������
���ion to transfer the license hold bv u nv"-
-ion, Klondike Hotel to the undersignedI ���
���/. B. LAW80N.
Siuitlini. II ('..Sent, loth.
-ll     V
an
ick
le,
me
nt.
ou
to
Is
al
las
es,
ed
at
P
in-
CHAS. GALES
BARBERSHOP
In tho Tent
Opposite
The Filbert Hotel
Certifleate     of    Iin|>rov<MUHits
NOTICK.
GOPHEB MINERAL 0LAIM,
itunte ii, the Sloe,in Hitting Dla laln-oofi*;
Kootenay district    Where located-  0
It,',mi Mountain.
"TAKENOTICE that I. Arthur > Pars ..
*     aoting 11* agent   for .I,,In, \|   11   ' '���
Free Minors' Certifloate No M_88, intend _i_i
days from date hereof, to apph to the .\ib in I
Recorder for a Certificate ol Improvement!
for the purpooeoi obtaining a Crown Om_
of the above claim. "I
And farther take notioe that action, nn-WJ
section '���'', 11, ii*>t be commenoed before the '��_
anceofsnch Certifloate of improvements
Dated thU Twenty-First day of Julv ua
A s. FARWELL
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
t .wMmmomm
The Most Complete   Health   Resorl on
the Continenl sif North America.
Situated    'midst    Scenery   Unrivalled    "or
Grandeur,
Halcyon Hot Springs
IS Sanitarium, -����&!
Excursion **>�����*""��������� imu*,.^ N||^
Halcyon Sprinqs. Arrow Lake, 13. C.
Terms,WJ to  ih per week, acoording
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.
Two Mails arrive and depart Every Day.
Tlie price of Railway Ticket for RouudTrip
between Sandon and Good for thirty days
and obtainable nil,year round is (8.86
Certificate of Improvements,
NOTICK.
BIG TIMBER MINERAL claim
Situate in the Slocan Mininc division o| Wei
Kootena,,   District,    Where loceted n
Payne Mountain.
TU I*.NOTICE thai I. M. R.W.Rui   ��� 1
Pree Miner's License No, BSiKWT.a.-. :,'.������
myself nnd   for   Fred   Steele,  Free  M  -A
1 [cense No. 27081, and for 11  v..  w.^
Pree Miner's License No B3MW, intend,sinji
days from date hereof, to apply to tin '       |
Recorder for a Certiflcate of loiprovi
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown G     |
of the above claim.
Ami further take notice thai m ti
nee tion  .'17  must   be commenced  hefon
issuance of snob Certificate of Im pro vei ���'���
Dated this First day ol August, \ l>.  �����
NOTICK.
NOTICE is herehy given thai thirty
afterdate I intend to applv to the Chiel l
mis,inner o|   Lands and   Works for   I  "I*  ������'���
license to cut  and carry  ios.,\   tiinl>ei
t h.'  following described  land*: (V>mtn<    i 1
eta post  marked "Wilson  Hill's south ����� '
corner," situated near the east end of S
lake, thence north eight**, chain*, th,  ���
one hnndred nnd twent|t*'chainb. thenn
eighty chains, thence went  one humln
twenty chains r,. x tart ing point.
one thousand acres, more or less
WILSON Mil.1.
New Denver, B. C.-Sept, 1-1  woo
Certificate    of    Improvements.
NOTIOE.
GRAND VIEW MINERAL I LAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Divlsioi ol West
Kootenay District. Where loi ste I: "'
Reco Mountain.
���"TAKE NOTICE thai I. Arthur S. Par;
1 well, acting as aiten' for Fri ' I" Kellv.
Free .Miners Certificate No. X!--.'. n ' '
sixty-days from date hereof.!,, appl.v to the
Mining ll, corder for a Certificate ��l Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining fl Lrown
��� Iro nt ot the above oleim
And further take notice l?hai in ','"" " '���'','
section .".7. must be commenced heforo tn*"
isstinnoe of snob Certificate ol  ttapro- ���'"
hated tin. twenty-first dav of July, !"
A. s  FARWELL
Certificate    of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
WESTMINSTER,   STAR   FRACTION.   V*EB
MONT.  POLAR  STAR   PRACTI0N. LKX-
IN'dToN No ;,. EVENING STAR l'liA'i
TlON, SOUTH STAR and CENTRK STAR
MINERAL CLAIMS. .
Situate iu the Arrow Lake Mining Di> '-: ,;| "
West Kootenay District.
Where   located:    II Iwate.s   of   MeDonal*1
('reid'.  on lied Mountain.
"TAKE NOTICK thai   I. Chas. M00lT!. "
1 Kaslo. aoting as agent lor J. M. am
Free Miner's Certifloate No. II. Wirt"- ",'.,'.
.sixivdnvs from date  hereof, to anplv '" ''
Mining Recorder for Certificate pi l"1'1,1 ���,,
menu, for the purpose of obtaining a w*
(irant   ol I lie ahove claims.
And further take notice that ttction.vinde^
suction  !i",  must, be  commenced '"em**1
Issuance of suoe Certificate of Dnprovemi
Dated this  First day of August,  IIHX)
CHAS. MOORE.
/ THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, OCTOBER 18, 1900.
SOlBlfOB   AND   MINING.
0���e cubic foot of lead ore weighs 674
pound'
The
vitriol     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
! oyo tons.
'probably *3 per ton would be a fair
minimum estimate of cost to give on
annual  consumption  of  "blue
- on the Pacific coast is about
barn
tlorination.
California1! average yearly output of
0Kl [or the past rifty years has been
about 128,000,000.
A t(.��� foot head of water would give
prewure of about four and a fourth
pound* per iquare Inch.
To nofteu iron and Iteel, cover it over
witl, a coating of tallow; heat in a
cb8rCOal fire and then let it cool.
Garments made of textile fabrics, if
dinned in a 25 per cent solution of phos-
phate of ammonia, are rendered onto-
flamruable.
Vhsolute zero is understood to mean
. temperature so low that there would
b, unheal present.   It is indicated at
46t> degreet.
To rill holes in castings, take lead
nill(. parta, antimony two parts, bis-
Bttth ine part; melt and pour In enough
to fill the holes
Asbesto*. and carbonate  of magnesia
��aroonjf the best uuhstanees to cover
lBiue or ateam heated stirface for pro-
Bin or prevention of heat radiation
.conductivity.
way, the chances are at the first or
second blow the dull is struck, off flies
a piece of the face of the drill���sometimes 1 inch and at other times i*ir��ch. |qTT V���R
Then this has to be all cut up before1       V
you can go on.   I had this occur to me
once when I was engaged at drill sharpening.   1 worked at it (or 18 months,
and in the first week I had a piece drop
off the end about 1 inch.   This gave me
a sufficient lesson never to let it occur
again.   Now, if you want to make a
drill larger or smaller than it was before
you have then to heat it just as long as
you want, and, as soon as made ready
for tempering, put it down to cool off,.
and when cold take it and temper as 11
describe above.   When a drill is put
into water it wants to  remain   until
completely cooled off, because if you
take it out not completely cooled it is
liable to fly off."
CITY   LODGE
I. O. O. P.
NO.   39,
Meetings every Friday evening ��>t 7:80 in
Crawford's Hall. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.
C. E. LYONS,        REV. A. M. SANFORD,
Secretary. Noble Grand,
Good Cooks are Bora, not made.
The kitchen mechanic
at the ���
Sandon eg House
A. F. & A. M.
ALTA LODGE NO. 89
Is a scientist in the
culinery line. Drop
in and ��� ��� ���
Rewlar communication held first Thursday In   CX*T A     ^011 A RF      MEAL
each month In Masonic Hall at 8 P.M.   Sojourn-   UL* 1 il    fj-^ UHIM-*      Hit-****-*
ing brethren are cordially invited to attend.
THOMAS BROWN. Secretary.   '
Sandon Miners'
Union Hospital,
We serve the
He was an actor playing to a provincial audience, amongst whom there
was a crying baby. He stood the
infantine howls for some time. At
last he stepped to the front of the
stage, and addressing the child's
mother, asked, "Why can't you stop
that child crying?" "Because," said
the matron, "my dress is laced the
wrong side." And the actor retired
defeated. _
The ship's carpenter mixed things
a bit on board an Australian liner
when he hammered up in one of the
Continued u*-e of cvanlde of potassium lad;es* bathrooms this notice: t,eiitie-
(JTremoving the jfreeu copper oxide meu are ^quested not to occupy this
sometimes found on copper amalgam lint!m<nnl for more than 10 minutes.
plat.* will ultimately make them oo
Ld for tbe   mercury   to  sufficient!.
adhere.
A runt joint that will .land heat and
eeld and rough usuage is made as fob
tow*  Mix ten parts of iron filings 11 I
hl,e parts of chloride   0    lime   with
Ler !o a  paste.    In  twelve hoU�� It
will set .0 that the Iron will break
looner than the cement
I, the quicksilver flours in an arastrs,
frresse may have got into the basin, or
L1,dpmaybet^tlnek;Mn^H*^
black oxide of zinc tend osukenquck
silver    If it he so finely floured tha
tLLoor^^.01^2
little sodium.   Where un
_.�����__-.��. *�� +��������,
cause of flouring, a > 11 , *u
added to the charge will hel|
Subscribers, ffl
per month;  Private patients, $21
per  da j.   ex'-lu-
.g-���������^^^^^^^^^^^   slve of expense
of physician or surgeon and drugs A-ma-m f r\
DR. W.E.OOMM, *___--. Diikli/-*
Attendant Physician  \)\��,   lUDll-L
MISS S. L. CHISHOLM, Matron
J. D. MCLAUGHLIN, President
W. L. HAGLER, Secretary
Wm. Donahue. .1   V. Martin. R. J McLean
Angus J. McDonald. Mikk Brady,Directors
Best regular dinner in Sandon
G. H. MURHARD
An explosive intcrnunliatetn^
between nitro-irly^rine and ordta��>
M"��<* """"J Xm and PotS
of the, nitrates of sodium aim
with sulphur,  bi^roma e    ndjotas
slum   and  coal   tar    in
Btituent renders the exp.o
vlous  to  damp and h Id- t '
.1       -n-... oronortlonB ut-ea air.
together,   lb    P���1 potassium
nitrate, 5 parts; sulphu ^ w
Blum bichromate, 1 part, ,_
parts.   After  mixing,  ""
Lpressed between warm p< ^ of
ir�� ordinarv powder asj,.m>
this explosive is 1.0 to ��,nitro,in
being represented as 9. ���Them08tj
A drill sharpener Bays. ^
important thing In temper,ngd��
bJamsttheed,eofthed.;n;nas()U
as it is possible to oo; i*** -^e,,
suppose vou heated it bad-.,*-**.
from the end, and tempered M
CLOTHES
CLEANED,
DYED,
PRESSED,
and REPAIRED
GEO.   CHAPMAN
RECO AVE,      SANDON
SANDON
BOTTLING CO.
DAY & BIGNEY
Manufacturer of
CARBONATED    DRINKS
v or all kinhs.
COOT^*R1_____^^
M L.GBIMMKTT, taL.Bi
Barrister, Solicitor Notary
Public, Etc.
Established 189.1
E. M. Sandilands
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public
[ Insurance & Mining Broker
Mintng Stocks bought and sold. General
agent for Sli>can Properties. Promising Pros-
|iect!" for sale
SANDON LODGE NO. 24
Meets in Crawford's Hall every Wednesday evening. Visiting Brethren cordially invited to
attend. J. D.McLAUGHLAN.C.C.
ANTHONY SHILLAND, K.R.S.
ere
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
.h and Cured
Ijleat
TS
Dressed and Lave
^aodoo
SANDON,
B.C
j# \v. Balmain
PTVIL ENGINEER,
iVcHITECT, ETC.
A  R.  HEYLAND
Engineer and Provincial
Land Surveyor.
I SANDON.
B. C.
FOLLIOTT & M'MILLAN
Contractors & Builders
.    a   *���   Roiio-h  and  Dressed  Lumber,
^ash Door-S Bunds, etc., made to order
S^ lowest possible prices.    Mines and
IMmension Timber always in Stock
.a cwiftoations furnished for all classes ol building.
Plans, Estimates ***��%$& P. R. freight shed.
. tmrmnna Sandon
Railroad Avenue THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C��� OCTOBER 13
Zogan
&
Pbillipe
HERCHANT TAILORS.
tt.
We carry a lar*_?e
stock of imported high
grade cloth,and guarantee a perfect fit and
neat finish.
See Our Stock
flain St.,      Sandon.
footwear.
I have placed a large
stock of men's and
boy's ________________
FINE SHOES
In my new store and solicit
the patronage of the Sandon
public. Absolute satisfaction
guaranteed.
Louis Huppertcn
Main St. -   -- Sandon, B. C.
RECO HOTEL
BARBERSHOP
AND
BATH    ROOMS
No Long Waits
Good Seroice
The Best Baths
In Town.
YOUR "NEXT."
II. \1. Stevens.
Just Ask Us
The New Clifton
This house has recently been
FOR ANYTHING YOU WANT IN THK
Grocery and Provision Lin^i
WE will be pleased to supply you   at the most reasonable
Prices with goods of the best quality.
II. Giegerieh,      Reco Ave.
t
Completed and Fitted   up.     It
is  one of the Nicest Hotels in
the  Kootenay.     If you  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_^>*
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