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Sandon's Mid-winter carnival was in excitement furnished. Tlie hockey
many respects ,i success and in some games were all that could be desired
features a Tail mv. The number of out- and the curling competitions were
Kider*-) atti".icled was ;i disappointment, interesting and well contested.
Nelson and Rossland sent lew visitors The program Was not carried out
OUtsUle of the members of the curling exactly as advertised, but there was no
and nockev clubs, and except for Silver- item omitted trom the list.
tort it would have been hard to discover ' There were only three visiting rinks
that-the Slocan lake region was on the In the bonspiel, Beamish and Gray of
map.     Kaslo did   tlie   grand   as usual. I Rossland   nnd    Richardson    of Nelson.
Ho never went   back   i>n Sandon yet The Harris trophy went to Gray.    The
afw we   dare   say,    inner   will.     The i Merchants lies between  W'ls *n vs. Mc-
Ro boys   chartered   a   special  train   Donald, the winners to   play Crawford.
��1 leaving a small possee to look after ; The BcstOcU Cup has been retained to
Sown, moved over in a body, curl- Sandon with, the finals yet to play.
CiOinm s rmk has vet to play Grimmett s
and the winners to play \Y iNon s. The
official record of the game to date is as
follows :
-Miftcckey   tarn   a*;d   all, to spend an
���ng in Sandon.     Thev spent it.
Kit there    was    no discount   on   the
���Wilson, bye
���Kjrav, 14
fHall, 6
it Beamish, t 2
fipomm 13
.  Richardson 10
. JCirinimei t 10
BOSTOCK CLP.
9     1
Wilson .
Gray 8
Gomm
Grimmett I
HARRIS TROPHY
Wilson
To Plav
12
4
9
7
11
prav
JHal'l
Brim me tl
j-Richardson  7
HBenmish
ilson 6
Yaw ford 8
IcDonaid 15
Wilson 1 1 I
Beamish 8 I
McDonald 1 .��
Richardson   ij
Grimmett 12
Cray 7
Crawford 1 _���
Hall **
Gray
Grimmett
Beamish
Grav
11
Q
Gray
McDonald  15
MERCHANTS.
McDonald     6 j
Wilson
McDonald
ti rim met l
Crawford
in
I
e   opening of the   hockey   toruna-
Ht was the game   between  Rossland
and Nelson sin Tuesday evening. Both
towns put up two teams but Nelson
Iliad the best of il from the start. In
Mb first half the Nelson boys got
Hjree goals to Rosslnnd's one and had
Knot been for Eddie O'Brien Nelson
���Would have scored several dozen on the
���Ijids from the copper camp. In the
|pxt half Rossland did better work,
���flarmiehael distinguished himself with
Several brilliant rushes and Townsend
iJid some nice passing. Joe Thompson,
on the Nelson team came in contact
Si/ith O'Brien's stick and retired with
a cut over the eye. Walker on the Ross-
To Plav
Crawford
land side was retired to make the teams
even. Toward the latter end the game
was pretty rough and shortly before
time was called it degenerated into a
slugging match. There were four
goals made in the last half, making the
score 5 to 4 in favor sif Nelson. Dudley Blackwood filled the exacting position of referee. The teams lined up as
follows:
ROSSLAND NELSON
A. G; Leightpn Coal S. Neelands
J. Rae Point      C. Archibald
E. O'Brien    Cover Point   C.Jeffs
G. Carmichael   Forward   J. Thompson
F. Townsend
E. Winn
J. Walker
A. Perner
R. Whifmore
S. Nace
Nelson boys did not stay over to play
the game against the Sandon boys, so
arrangements were made with the
Rossland team to remain in town lo
win the makinaw coats offered as prizes.
But they didn't get the coals. The
Sandon Seniors were too much for the
Rossland sports. The game was fast
and Sandon scored a goal in three
minutes.    The   Rossland team   settled
W. Crawford C. Point G- Carmichael
E. Crawford Forwards E, O'Hearn
W. Cliffe A. Harris
R. Hood C. McElroy
J.  McKinnon J. Donahue
E. O'Brien,   Referee.
Silverton   and   Kaslo teams followed
and played a game in which enthusiasm
and e-.ergy   took the  place of science.
Kaslo  had a couple of old  players in
down   to work and some   pretty  com-   Moore and   Carney but   Silverton's ag
bination was done on both sides.
Carmichael made a pretty dash and
scored a goal for Rossland single-handed and Howarth and Grierson put up a
combination that placed Sandon in the
lead again. At half time the score was
tWO to one iu Sandon's favor and the
excitement was intense.
In the second half very little hockey
was played. Jack Crawford made a
long shot from point that scored on the
Rossland goal, and after that the play-
was rough for several minutes. Carmichael played the star game for the
Rossland team and made several brilliant rushes, but was not properly supported by his team. The score at the
end of time was four to two in Sandon's favor. The line up was as follows:
SAN DON
Oliver
Crawford
Sackson
Grierson
Howarth
Birchell
Cliffe
Goal
Point
Cover Point
Forwards
ROSSLAND
Leighton
Rae
O'Brien
Carmichael
Townsend
Winn
Walker
G. N. Main,   Referee.
The game on Wednesday evening
between the Rossland juniors and the
Sandon juniors was the event of the
tournament. The galleries of the rink
were crowded long before the game
started and about 8 o'clock the audience
was added to by 125 Kaslo and Whitewater people who came up on a special
train.
The puck was faced off at S o'clock
and a hot game was assured from the
first. O'Hearn an Harris on the Rossland forward line opened up with some
nice combination work and the Sandon
boys were on ihe defensive for the first
fifteen minutes, but managed to score
the first goal. Then Rossland scored
twice in rapid succession. After this
Cliffe and Hood got down to work and
the Sandon's scored two goals, but
these were offset by two more scored
for Rossland.
In the second half the game was
exciting beyond description and the
audience went fairly wild when, shortly
before time was called the score stood
6 to 6, but at the call of time the Rossland juniors lead by one goal. The
teams were :
SANDON ROSSLAND
L. Gagnon Goal R.   Ferrier
J. Crawford Point E.  Ferrier
gregation are all new to the athletic
areena. Some of the rushes and checks
would have bnen admirably suited to a
football game, and collisions and
calrastrophe.s followed in such rapid
succession as to be bewildering. The
The Kaslo Atheletes rung up five goals
during the game while Silverton only
succeeded in   touching the spot  twice.
There was a danee in the Miners
Hall after the games but it was a
very poor affair as the hockey gave
the crowd all the excitement necessary
until 11 o'clock.
As most ofthe visitors went home on
Thursday morning, the masc-urade
on Thursday evening was not very
largely attended. The Masqueraders
were not numerous altho several of the
costumes were picturesque and many sif
them wer grotesque. The prizes were
awarded as follows.
Character Costume, Ladies : Mrs.
Robie as the Evening Star.
Character Costume, Gentlemen : W.
Karr as Sailor Boy.
Best Skater, Ladies :  Miss Cliffe.
Best Skater, Gentlemen : Wm. McNeil.
Comic Costume, Martin Gardner as
Mrs. Katzenjammer.
Memorial Seroices.
A memorial service in memory of
Queen Victoria will be held in the
Union Hall at 10 o'clock   this morning.
A procession will be formed there
and after a brief march return to the
hall for the service.
Cheaper Fares.
The passenger fare from Sandon to
Spokane via the K. & S. and Nelson &
Badlington has been reduced from
$11.40 to $10.80. The reduction conies
about by the three-cent rate recently inaugurated on the Great Northern system, over which the passenger reaches
Spokane from Bonners' Ferry. Were
the three-cent rate in force over the
K. & S.j Nelson & Bedlington and the
Kootenay Navigation boats the fare-
to Spokane would be $7.15. As these
properties are now under the control of
the Great Northern there is a possibilitv
that the reduction mav be made.
John Buckley is making his head-
quaters at the Phoenix while working
his Boundary properties. f
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, FEBRUARY
Call at the
Reco   Barber   Shop
AND
Bath Rooms.
For a stylish haircut or a
clean share or Shampoo.
U.S. HALL.
Tonsorial Artist.
Stranger
Should y.-ur meanderings about
this mundane sphere take you to
Neto Denoer
Remember that there is a bote
in the Lucerne of America at
which pilgrims may enjoy all tbe
comforts of a home, at prices on
a par with the damage levied by
other houses thruout the district.
The Idealistic Scenery of this
Beauty Spot in Nature's Wonderland can be best enjoyed from
the balcony of the
Newmarket Hotel.
The cuisine supplied assays high.
The bedrooms are large, airy
and luxuriously furnished. The
other accomodations are unexcelled in the Slocan, and the
brands of bottled comforters kept
in stock are health-giving and
soul-inspiring when taken in
proper quantities. Tbe proprietor's name is
Henry Stege.
FOR SALE.���
Comfortable house, situated
close to the business part of the
city. Will be disposed of cheap
for cash.
R. A. CREECH.
TO THE PUBLIC.
I herel-y give notice that, commencing
with January 1st. I have severed my business
connection with the Clifton Hon-e All hills
���lue to me must lie paid to the Bank of Commerce, Sandon branch. All bills against the
business when properly certified to, will be
paid by the bank.
JOHN DUCK LEY.
PACKERS.
Tenders wanted for packing machinery and
supplies from Seaton Lake to the Lome Mines
in the Lillooet District. Lowest or any tender
not necessarily accepted. For particulars apply to Leslie Hill, Managing Director Mines
Exploration, Limited, P. O. Drawer. 740, Van-
ouver, B. C. or E. M. Snndiland.-. Sandon.
Certificate) of Improvements.
NOTICE.
OOEMA MINERAL CLAIM.
Situated in the Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay. Where located : In Ruby
Silver Basid, adjoining Silver Cord on the
north.
-"TAKE NOTICE that I, Chas. Moore,   of
* Kaslo. acting as agent of VV. J. Trethe-
wey. Pree Miner's Certificate No. 44,80;*, intend
sixty days from date  hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
Grant of the above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
seetion 37, must  be commenced  before the
issuance of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this ���.'���.'ml day of December, 1900.
CHAS. MOORE.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
CLIFF EXTENSION MINERAL  CLAIM.
Situate in the Shx-an Mining division of West
Kootenav District. Where located: On
W ->t side of Standard gulch, near Four
Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICK that I. M. R. W. Rathborne
Wioo Miner**! License No. B9HU87,as agent for
myself a;. 1 UMinl for H. 15. Ale\andt-r. Free
MinerN Li--er.se So. B9MU, intend, sixty day.-.
from date hereof, ���<��� apply to the Mining
Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements
for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant
of the above claim.
And further take notice that action.under
section   Xi   must   be   commenced   before  tbe
Issuance of nteb Certificate of ltnprov__n��nts
Dated this i?tb day of I��e< ember. A. I)., MOO.
M K. W. Rathi-okm-:.
Certificate of Improvements.
MILLER    CBSES     Fit ACTION     MINKKAI.
CLAIM.
Situate   in   fhe Slocan Mining  Division  of
West Kootenav District. \\ here located :
On .Miller tree!., about two miles from
San-Ion.
TAKE NOTICE tttat  I.  M. L.  Qrkamett.
noting a��. agent for E. L. Warner Free Miner*
Certificate No. ii.':i,'_-;. intend sixty days frooa
late hereof, to apply to the Kin ing Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements fer tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown gran* of the above
claim.
And further take notice tbut notion, under
section   37.   Enlist be  commence i before   the
Issuance of race Certificate of Improvemts.
Dated this 14th day of December. 1900.
M. L Grimmett
Certificate     of    Improvements.
L,  D   FRACTIONAL   aND   LEGAL   FRAC-
[TONAL   MINERAL CLAIMS
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of UV--
Kootenay District Where located: On
Noble Five Mountain, in the Stocan Mining Division ol West Kootenay District.
AKE NOTICK that LA B Docksteader.
Free Miners.' Certificate No. B9UU03,a��
agenrfor .lames Wilton. Free Miners, Certilicate No. B96148, Lewis S.. Thotn.-. Free Miners'
Certificate No. B447-*5, Caleb A Freeman, Free
Minors' Certificate No B-'T.Tl. William D.
Mackay. Free Miner's Certificate N'o. BrfODft,
intend,sixty davs from date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of
Improvement.-,, for tlie purpose of obtaining a
Crown Grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section .'t7. must be commenced before tbe
issuance of _ucb Certificate of Improvements.
A IS DOCKSTADER.
Dated this tenth day of November. A D.. LOW
T'
Certificate    of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
SANDON CHIEF MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenay district. Where located: About
I1 miles from Sandon, B. C. in a North-
Westerly direction, adjoining the Elk-
horn.
-"TAKE NOTICE that I. K. M. Sandilands
1 Free Miner's Certificate No. B33083
Issned at Sandon May 80th, LttX), acting as
agent for H. A. Barton. Free Miner,' Certilicate No 8__68, intend, sixty day-, 'mm date
hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a
Certificate of Improvements for the purpose
ot obtaining a Crown Grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section :>7 must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Twenty-Sixth day of November HJOf,
K   M. SANDILANDS.
NOTICE.
To Delinquent Co-Owners.
TO PETER SWANSON. or to anv person m
persons to whom he may have transferred his
interest in the King Oscar mineral claim, nit
Bear Lake, and recorded in the Recorder's
office for the Slocan Mining Division
You are hereby notified that I have expended One Hundred Dollars in labor and improvements upon the above mentioned mineral
claim, in order to hold said mineral claim
under the provisions of the Mineral Act, and
if within ninety days from the date of this
notice vou fail or refuse to contribute yonr
proportion of such expenditure, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
claim will become the property of the subscriber und' r Section 4 of an Act entitled
"An Act to Amend the Mineral Act I'M).''
���/OHN EMDAL.
Dated this 24th day of November, HMO.
NOTICE.
The Nakusp and Slocan Railway Company
will apply to the Parliament of Canada at it's
next Session for a Act extending the time
within which it may construct its Railwav-,
and appointing Montreal aa the place for its
head office with power to the Directors from
time to time to change it by By-luw, and for
other purposes.
JOHN V. ARMSTRONG
Secretary-Treu.suier
.,,>TICE.
D.vvu* M-Nuoi.i. and ThooUM I"" ot
Montreal and Harry Abbot and Geo. McL.
Brown, of Vancouver, in the Province ��
British Columbia. Esquires, will apply to the
PariUment of Canada at IU next Seealonfor
-ina.t incorporating a Company un-l��-r-the
niune ...*.| .. K..OTFKAV AND ABROW HEAD
BAD.WAV COMPANY, with   power to  BOH"
it-nut ..r acquire and to operate a railway
from a point at or near Arrowhead, on Arrow
Uke, Kootenay district. British Columbia.
thence bv tbe mo-t direct and fea-ibb- route
via   Tiouf   Lake   or   Duncan   RlVOf  to  some
point at the north end of Kootanaj Lake in
, ii I di-frbt and bramh  line*, with   DOWertO
own   and   Operate    telephone and  telegraph
line*, ropeways and t-mmwajre. w��nthonso��-
���team and othat ���raseela, ferrtoe, mines, -m-lt-
,rs. rii.ii-er lands, wharve-. roads, dock-.-aw
mills, water rights, dam-. BtUttt*, water
power, to generate and transmit and deal in
electricity and electric power, together with
powers assnoh to maintaining and operating
or disposing of it, railway and work-.and snoh
other power, and  privilege-  a-  are  -i-.u-.lly
given to Railway Companies Incorporated by
the  Parliament of (.'ana-la. an.I for other pur-
p	
.1   E M< Mt itatW,
Solicitor lor Applicants.
NOTICE
Notkk is hkrui ihvsji that application
will*be made to the Legislative A-.-en.bU <>'.
the I'ro.ime ol British Columbia at it- next
_te__ion for an Act to incorporate a Oompan.t
with power to run. construe*, excavate and
maintain a tunnel through and under the
land lying lietween tbe town of Silver! n and
the town of Sandon in the District of Kootenay, in   the  Province ol  British  Colombia,
from a point   on tbe North  -i ie of  Four Mile
Creek at or near where said   Creek enters
*-:-' i.u  Lake und within two miles ol the said
town ol Silverton to a point at or near tbe
town of Sandon. and w itliili one mile thereof :
and for the purpose Ol the undertaking to r-ui
exploring and branch tunnels from the main
tunnel : also to -.ink or raise, mining, working
or air -baft- along the line or course from the
tunnel or branches; to explore for minerals
iy the ase of drills, shalts or excavations; to
���on-truct. maintain and operate by electrio
[ty or otherwise tramway- and roadways for
the purpose of carrying ores, w a*te, mine pro-
duota and freight or a- may be otherwi.,
required; to engage in all kind, of mining
operation.-ami to erect ami maintain crush*
ing. electrical, hydraulic, sampling, concentrating, -melt ing !.ud rehning work- or other
plant and to deal in the pro. I net- of the -a no- |
to supply, sell and dispose of oompreased air,
light, power and water and to erect and place
any pipe,, electric Line, cable or electrical
apparatus above or l elow ground, along, over
and across streets,  bridge* and  land-:  the
right,   subject   to existing   water records,   to
acquire and take from Four Mile Creek aforo-
-.aid so much of water of -aid Creek a- mav be
necessary for all or any of the purposes ol the
Company.and the right to use and utilize lor
-aid purposes all water coming from the said
tunnel or branches, and to erect, construot
ami   maintain  any dam,  race-way,  tluine 01
other contrivance or plan for diverting and
utilizing said water and to construct and
maintain all work- necessary to obtain and
make water power hVailable; to take and hold
shares in any other Company; to enter into
any agreement.- and to make contracts with
persons orConipnnios owning any Interests in
mining land- or otherwise ami to charge toll-,
and receive compensation for the nseoftbe
tunnels or works ofthe Company, for drainage or other benefit - derived from tin tunnel
or branches.- to purchase, lease or otherwise
acquire and hold patent.-, machinery, lands,
premises, building- in I till real and personal
property; to build, own and maintain
wharves, docks and tramways In connection
with the undertaking, of tbe company, and
to build, equip, maintain and operate telegraph and telephone lines in Connection w ith
the said tunnel and branches; ami with
power to expropriate lands for t he purpose-* Ol
the Comnany: and with all other necessary
or incidental rights, powers and privilege-* UK
may be necessary, incidental or conducive to
the at tain men f of t he above object .or any of
I hem.
Dated a*   Vancouver. B. 0.�� this 8th day of
December. A. D , IIKhi.
Davis, Maksiiai.i. & Mac num..
Solicitors for the Applicants
NOTICE.
The Columbia and Kootenay Railway and
Navigation Company will apply to the Parliament of Canada at its next Session for an Act
extending the time within which it may
t-onstruct its railways and works, also authorizing tbe Company to own and Operate
steam and other vessels for the carriage of
freight and passengers on anv route connected
with any of its railway., ami appinting Montreal as the place for its head office with power
to the Directors from time to time to change
it By-law and for other purposes,
k ���'��� D. TOWN LEY.
Secretary.
Gale's *���%
AND BATH ROOHS
Is the best  Tonsorial   I.stub. I'
lishment in the Slocan.
Balmoral Building Main St,
a. f. & A. m,
ALTA LODGE NO. _9.
Regular Communication heldnrsl Than
day In each month in Masonic Hall at 8 V \i
Sojourning  brethern  are cordiall,  invited't
attend,
THOMAS BROWN. Baeretan
F. L. Christie,
L L B���
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC,
ATHERTON BLOCK   -   sandon
..j
,-���:
Sandon Cartage Co,
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON
Express-, Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery u> .ill   Tails of ihe Citv
Established  IKXi.
E. Ml. SANDILANDS.
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stock* bought and ��ohi (.Sen-
eral agent lor Slocan Prt��i>ertie-
l'roinising   Prospect*   for   Sale
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $i    per   month ;    Privaii
patients, S.-  per day, exclusive t*i
Expense of Physician sir Surgco
and Pru^s.
Open To The Public.
DB. VV   K   (iiiM.M.   Attendant I'hy-:  I
MISS S. I.. CHKHOLM, Matron
���I. H. M< SKILL. Pros. Hospital Bonn)
W   I.   HAliLKK. Sccrctan
KNIGHTS of PYTH1 -VS.
SANDON  LOpGE NO. 24.
Meet-, in Crawford's  Hall  even   \V.
lav  Evening.    Visiting   Brethern conliull*
Invited  io  attend.
ANTHONY 8CHILLAND, C.C
DAVID LEITCH, K. I{. s
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. ..�����
I.   O.   O.   F.
Meeting-   in  the I'nion  Hail ever.v  Pri'K'T
Evening at T::i��.   Visiting Brethern  ^'''l\
ln\iteii to attend. f
A.J, HLANCH. N.<i.
GEO. WAITK. in-I'NNIMi-
Secretary. Vice <;"'"' ^
THE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON, B. C, FEBRUARY 2,
HAPPENINGS ttl BRIEF.
jr.    L.    Christie   was   in   Nelson on
Thursdav.
|j|4        Bfl. H. Pitts is   spending   a   few Jays
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fW. I'. Zwiikv, manager of the Payne
mine, visited Nelson on Wednesday.
Tom Stevenson has moved lo Nelson
tQ make his home in the metropolis of
tlie Kootenay.
���he rumor comes from Silverton that
a large lone will he put on at the
Galena Parm.
All places of husiness in Sandon will
be closed today out of respect for the
Queen's memory.
There was a slight lire at the Star
blacksmith shop last Saturday evening.
Very little damage was done.
The Hockey Club will give its annual
ball i|) ihe l'nion Hall on Thursday
evening the uih of Pebruary.
TheK Rossland and Nelson juniors
played a tie game in Nelson on Thursday evening.    The score was 2 to 2.
Wilkic Mackenzie is supposed lo be
On his way home from South Africa.
When .last heard from he was in Cape
Town.
Stable Porbes, New Denver's war
jias returned from   South Africa,
���he went   with   the   second  con-
THE BIG STORE
Now that the holiday rush is over our staff have had
ample time to sort over the stock. Up to the 1st of February,
at which time we take stock, we are making great reductions in Dry Goods and Furnishings. For the balance of
the month we are making a great slaughter on all Rubber
goods.
untQV��J��endmGl$ *@,  ^imited.
K Innes came   in    from   the Lar-
On Thursday, where  he   has heen
workflb*   the   Towser   property   for a
��� Chicago companv.
Mfmand    Mrs.   Herbert   Irving and
Mr. artd Mrs.    Harry Wright of Nelson
spent   the   carnival   season   with H. R
Atherton and family.
The New Denver Miners' L'nion will
give a masquerade ball in the Bosun
Hall on Thursday evening February
7th. A special train may be run from
Sandon.
Mrs. Punk has relinquished the
management ofthe Sandon Hotel din-
ingroom and will leave for Slocan City
on Monday. Mr. Cunning will conduct the dining room himself in future.
���Rae, who played point for the
Bd senior hockey team was with
the CtBadians who rounded up Cronje
at P-f-Kderburg. He says that being
entH��|fhed within eighty yards of
Cron^S Maxims was almost as exciting
(laying hockey against Sandon.
A Rfing-whiskered gent with a sauve
|j|id up the New Denver preach-
'.OfV'-mn school teachers this week with
a TOiMuck story about a sick wife and
a''q-e*pJKed pocket book. He tried the
gamepl Sandon for a day but did not
makeahugh financial success of it.
His present address is ardently sought
for by the provicial police.
WE ARE NOW LOCATED
���fn 0nv Mew Stove
AND DOING A
Zanb Office business.
Leave you order for a Winter Suit
Before they are all gone
J. R. CAMERON, Reco Avenue.
The Union Cigar
Store.
folliottStmcmtllan
Contractors and Builders.
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I The Slocan Socereign.
This  is   the  record   month   for   the
locan   Sovereign   mines   Co.    There
fftre 17 men on the  payroll at the  Sovereign and   n   at  the   Argenta.    The
' shipments from the Sovereign   were 50
tons and   the   Argenta   23   tons.    The
>i^**genta is the only dry ore producer in
v)ie vicinity of Sandon.    The product is
^jpeing shipped to Nelson and on account
ofthe demand for  dry ore a very satis-
( factory   rale is  obtained.     The  output
���iViH be increased shortly.
PIPKS TOBACCOS
CIGARS.
All Kinds of Smokers
Sundries.
DEALERS IN	
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring: and Joint Finishing: Lumber
Moulding:, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to Order.
-.-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO->
Factory on Main Streel
Thos. Duffy, Prop.
M. L.  Grimmett,
L.      L.     Ba,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
Lodging House.
Nice Comfortable Beds-!
To Let by the Day-, Week
Month or Year. Get One
Before they are all Taken
Up.
JAKE KELSEN.
SANDON,
B. C.
Comfortable rooms by the clay,
week or month at the Sandon
Laundry.
The Denver.
Cody Ave.
Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
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THE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON, B. C, FEBRUARY -\
The Paystreak.
l'u'-lighod Every Sntur-1-iy in the heart of the .Richest White
Metal ('amp on Earth.
Optrated lo tbe interests of the Editor,
Subscription    ...    -    $2.00 a year.
St rii-r'v in luivnnce.
8peoiia-.ni Shipped on Bqepieion.
William MACADAMS,    -    Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON,   FEBRUARY   2,   igoi.
Mackenzie Bowell,   who   is the
main feature in the Dominion senate,
says that H. H. Cook will be given
an opportunity to explain his statement
that the Liberal party machine offered
to seat him comfortably in the senate
for the modest sum of ,Si 0,000. Jt
may be that prices have been cut a
trifle since the Conservatives were relieved of power, and Mack is hot about
it. Anyway, it amounts to this
that Canada wiil have to pay the
freight while these old satellites indulge in the superfluousnessof proving
that professional politicians are
crooked, and the business of the country will be sidetracked while Bowell's
ventilating committe is in sight*.
It costs Canada about five dollars
a minute to keep the senate on shift
and now they promise to saddle the
country with the additional expense of
investigating Cook's charges. This
is about the senate's size. It is no
good and should be let out. It is
about time folks recognized the follv of
electing a parliament of representatives
to make laws and then appointing a
senate of irresponsibles to set them
aside. If representative government
is not possible let us go back to anarch or forward to the referendum.
The people should govern themselves.
Mackenzie Bowell's pay should be
stopped and his gang given their time.
If Cook or anyone else wants to go to
the un-necessary trouble of proving
that the Liberal machine is dishonest
he has an elegant opportunity to do so
in the courts. For the edification Of an
innocent and confiding public he might
also prove that a horse will eat hay.
By the way, what is there about
this man Cook that would lead the
Liberal advance aoent to size him up
as a man who would be willing to go
the route ?
William   Jennings   Bryan   has
dropped from the sublime to the ridiculous in one act. Standing on the
pedestal of a nations love for the picturesque, he won as a speaker the
nation's admiration. The people sec-
cumbed to his magnetism, the world
loved his personality and his worst
enemies would not refuse to admit the
force and ability which yanked him out
of an unknown law office in the little
western town of Lincoln to be a leader
of millions and a world-force of reform.
But it was thru his marvellous magnetism, his picturesque personality and
his transcendent  force   that he won.
Now he has hung up his army hat
bv the galley rack, thrown the crocodile
leather grip in the hell-box and cached
his feet under a seventeen-dollar office
desk. From the exchange-littered
surface of this he will edit The Commoner.
Sooner or later the erstwhile leader
ofthe Democratic part\* will discover
that ten point type is not a conductor
of personal magnetism and that the
irreatest grenius in the universe can not
remain unsullied under the maudlin
touch of jackleg editors who will wear
their editorial fonts to the first nick in
fraternal amenities to "our esteemed
contemporary." Bryan has fallen to
their level.
William Jennings lost his prestige
in the wilderness of ambition when he
entered the sanctum door. Time will
show that the briefless lawyer from t'ne
land of corn and jack-rabbits reached
his pinnicle of fame as a theorist,
orator and philosopher and that he
crossed the divide and hit the descending trail to the dump of oblivion when,
under the intoxication of his desire to
be ever before the public, he staggered
into the newspaper profesh'.
According to newspaper report
Jim Mill, John 1). Rockefeller and J.
Plerpont .Morgan are camped on Tom
Shaughnessy's trail. The}- have
already got a string on nearly even
other trans-continental road in America
and now they are after the C. P. R.
They are going to parallel the Canadian Pacific in several places, build
lines into East Kootenay, Boundary
and Okanagan, corail the Crow's Nest
coal fields, secure connections over the
G. T. R., Booth system and Canadian
Northern into Manitoba anil the North
West, and, incidentally, see that Tom
Shaughnessy loses his job. It is too
earl)* yet to decide whether these reports mean that Shaughnessy wants a
raise of pay or the Bill, Dan'and Van
outfit are laying pipes for another
subsidv.
Down in the province of Quebec
they are having an interesting marriage case. A Catholic couple by the
name of Delpit were married by a
Protestant clergyman. The focal
bishop declared the marriage null on
the ground that it was not performed
by the parish priest of the contracting
parties. A couple of newspapers in
the vicinity took the matter up.but the
ecclesiastical   authorities   followed the
tactics adopted by nearly even church
in the world of threatening to boycott
the newspaper men off the map,' and
the editors crawfished. Now Justice
Jette o\ the supreme court of Quebec is
being quoted to prove that the only
person qualified to celebrate the marriage of two Catholics is the cure o\
the parish to which the parties belong.
No other ceremony is genuine.   Jen.-
says :  "The   license   granted    by the
representative of the civil government
is of no avail to dispense with the
banns required of Catholic, ; and that
in consequence a marriage celebrated
in this manner by a Protestant clergyman and in virtue of a simple license is-
null."
Thousands ot clandestine marriages have taken place in Quebec and
now these simple folks are told by the
hierarcy that they are not married
either eivilally or ecclesiastically. The
Delpit case is going to the courts ami
will probably prove tli.it the Quebec
bishop has overplayed himself in declaring the marriage null, but in tlu
meantime the anguish in the minds o!
many thousand superstitous couples,
on being told that the) are not married
and that their children are illegitimate,
is deplorable.
Marriage is a simple business contract and should never be in the hands
of any church. If two people cho is,
to live together they should have the
privilege of doing so, and a registration of partnership should be sufficient
mutual protection. The mummer)
ai\d mocker) of a church ceremony is
simplya relic of barbarism m "-re fitting
to tlie age o\ the Druids than to the
twentieth century, 'ihe system whi
gives the church in Quebec, or anywhere else, the opportunity to terrorize
credulous and unsophisticated f<
into a reverence for their form ilities is
simply abhorrent to liberal minds.
The empire's queen will I e buried
in London today and in every quarter
oi the globe tributes of respect will be
rendered to the memor) of one \vh
tho circumstances gave her power and
influence greater than any Other
woman in the history of the work!, set
she never forgot the part she ha 1 to
play. She wis the most wornanl) ol
queens and the most queenly of women
and her memory will live thru aeons of
tune as the personification of those
virtues which have made Britain the
greatest empire on which llie sun has
ever shone. May her memory linger
and her spirit rest in peace.
The next meeting of the legislature >
will be a hot one.    'There  are railwaf
enuf in sight to   make   B, C. look
a gridiron struck by lh**htenin_-*.
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"Si THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, JANUARY 26,
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Do Not Miss a Good Chance.
E. R. Atherton Co., Ltd.
VV
I SKATES.
We arc showing* a fine line of
pring and Hockey Skates. If you
ant a good article for a fast game
e have it.   See our lines.
olibav (Boobs.
Embracing
All the fine lines of Cutlery such as
Pocket Knives, Carvers in pairs
and eases, Safety Razors, Plated
mfm Knives and Forks Spoons Etc.
W%b. 3Bpeps c? Co.
THE
POULTRY    SEASON
IS OPEN.
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IS. SBuvns & Co.
CARRY THE STOCK.
Eastern Oysters in Bulk.
k,	
fi*
Soft Shell Crabs.
All Delicacies of the Season.
MAIN ST.      SANDON. WW
THE PAYsTREAK, SANDON, B. C, PEBRUARY 2,
Hospital Metes.
George Murhard, the fourth pneumonia case in the hospital since New-
Years, is gradually recovering. He
was very sick last week.
Stewart Gentles, from the Ivanhoe,
came in with a fractured rib on Thursdav     His injuries are not serious.
There are six patients in the hospital
now, all doing well. During January
there were no less than 22 patients admitted to the hospital, all of whom
made good recoveries.
The Week's Ore Shipments.
From Sandon Over The K. & S.
Last Chance   61   tons
Trade Dollar   21 tons
Payne 123 tons
American Boy  20 tons
Total 225 tons
From Sandon Ovi^r the G. P. R:
Payne 123 tons
Ivanhoe  80 tons
Sovereign   22 tons
From Whitewater.
Sunset (Jackson   Basin)..    21
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Cicic Appointments.
At the Council meeting last Friday
evening Wm. Stubbs was reappointed
chief of Police and Neil Mclnnis night
watchman and chief of tiie fire department.
There were four applications for the
office of citv clerk, viz.: Messrs Lilly,
Lyons, Sandilands and Cliffe. The
vote stood two each for Messrs. Lilly,
Lyons, and Sandilands, Mr. Cliffe did
not receive any voles. Tlie deadlock
will be broken when E. R. Cameron,
the absent! aderman returns from the
easf.
Winnipeg Wins the Championship.
Montreal January 21.���Tlie Victoria
Hockey Club of Winnipeg won the
Stanley cup and tlie world's hockev
championship from the Shamrock club
of Montreal by defeating them two to
one, in the second game sif the series,
having won the first game by four to
three. The game was a very hot one,
the score at the expiration of time limit
being tied. Five minutes over time
decided the game in   Winnipeg's favor.
 mm,	
The Toronto World is authority for
the statement that the Gooderham-
Blackstock syndicai_ has a 30-day
option on the Trail smelter and wiil
complete the purchase. The price is
quoted at .$1,000,000.
The Harris vs. Pitts case is up in
Nelson. It arises out of an injunction
secured by J. M. Harris to prevent
Mayor Pitts from building on Reco
avenue. Mayor Pitts was examined
for discovery on Thursdav. F. L.
Christie is acting for the defendant.
The prospector's chances to locate a
bonanza or make a stake would not be
any the less if the provincial government owned owned the Trail smelter
instead ofthe C. P. R. If the profits
derived from smelling ores went into
the government treasury instead of to
foreign shareholders there would be no
need of a mineral tax.
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IF YOU CANT SEE
READ   THIS.
Sandon, B. C, Dec. 30, 1000.
DEAR SIR:
Allow me to inform you that tin-
glasses 1 got from you last summer
have been very satisfactory. 1 was
much pleased with your method of
testing the eyesight and believe it to be
thoroughly scientific. If you are as
thorough in testing the eyes of all your
customers as you were in mv ease I
think you should give good satisfaction
always.
Yours very truly,
T. J. BARRON
G. W. GRIMM FIT,
Jeweller and Optician, Sandon B. C.
My Optical Department is now complete and fitted with the best and latest
appliances and is second to none.
G. W. GRIMMETT
Jeweler und Optician.
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Gurney Oxford
Stores.
Best Heaters in
��
America.
Burn Hard or
Soft Coal
Sold only by
Mash*
RECO AVE.,
SANDON
Sandon Chop riouse.
0. H. MURHARD, Proprietor.
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All  the   Delicacies  of the  Season Seroed,
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Ma Ma Ma Ma
v&\rA~A?
Eiwijthintf NetO, Neat, Clean and Tastij.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon,
gverpthing  Goes!!
Those Winter Goods Must be Sold. Somebo-ch
must take them away, We can't afford to keep
them on   our shelves.
Overshoes,   Rubbes,   Gum   Hoots,
Felt Shoes.
Cost   Price the   Only   Consideration.
Great Western Shoe
Emporium.
Geo. Creech  - -  Main Street
Repae.'irc-y a Spec aSty.
Has all the delecac.es of the
season on tap. I is cooks are
artists and its business is run
on business principles.
IMJLSlJISlSlSlSLSUUiaJiajl sislsjijij.suisjuuu. j
frank Stack
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RENTS OOLLEOTED
District Agent for The Graftt
West     Life   As.si:raini-   Co,
Winnipeg, Han.
Grimmett Blook. Reco A ve
AGENT FOB
Norwi -h Kin- I tisurn 1  C"
Connecticut [nsuranoe Co. ol
<>f Hartford,
.Ktnu Piro insurance Companv
PhOBniXj of Hartford, ('nun.
Pacific Coast Kin- Insurance < 0
Impel i;i! Registry Com pa n,\
Tin- Dominion of Canada Guarantee
and -iuoiden, [nsuranoe Company,
Sanies $. (Bodfrep,
Mines, Iiiccstments and Insurance.
SANDON
BRITISH
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THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, PEBRUARY 2,
�� 1-RftV CENTURY RESOLUTIONS.
tile�� Cranbrook   Herald   Suggests
||ome Seasonable Resoloes.
-������,    Bolv.- not lo he hypocritical,
fiolve to be liberal-minded.
Mpolve tli.it the world is   full of peo-
le ����� good   as   youmelf and    that you
as good as any of tliem.
Ittsohe tn give   oilier   people   credit
forH.ir opinions, oven if they do differ
'll*rit|p'oii.
.���������.;RitBol\c to say a kind word when the
0p*^}Tlunil\ oilers.
Resolve to quit lying unless you can
<lo yourself or someone else good by it.
Resolve that the member of any other
church probably stands as well as you
do in the eyes of the Lord.
Resolve, if you are a single man,
to gel married as soon as you can lind
some good woman foolish ennf to have
you.
Resolve, if you are a single woman,to
cultivate those traits that will make
you.a good wife  instead  of a gossiping
busybody.
Re.*<olve, f you are a married woman,
to say He few kind words about your
���K*quaintniK\ -, instead o! roasting them
at every op|->;>rtunit\.
lye, if you are  a   preacher, that
\'OW0m0K not a monopoly on   the trans-
to   heaven, and    that    there
sav
less
and   do
inaiy'bfrjptlu'rs that
more.
B   to   work    for    the   town in
which "OU live and not to lie a knocker.
)lve to be decent and manly, even
if you have to give up some of your bad
habits.
Resolve   to   lie on   the   square.      It
won't hurt you.
Resolve to   show more humanity and
less Cussedncss in your make up
Resc'.viS'J.and   remember   this one) to
take your home paper and pay for it.
All the Monet) in the World.
Whatls the amount ol" all the monev
in the ��rorld ?
Kg to the estimate of the director oAthe   l'nited  Stales   mint, the
But of money in the world last
year #��bi 1,020,000,000, of which $4-
Hpo was  gold,   S^.SiS.qoo.ooo
silver,   Rd   $2,000,800,000  paper un-
p*J^e!C|s|Bby specie reserves.     The pro-
pdt|^*4;'l>f gold   has   been    steadily in-
|f|br many years.     In 187-5 the
figures -Are $1,209,800,000 gold, $1,.
��S7>��S��B�� silver, and $2,522,545,000
uncovered paper.    The   director of the
mint says there was   only $1^5,000,000
of gold in the   L'nited   states   in   1S73,
|j||.0ljj$ily 1st   icjoo   the   billion   mark
vr^ passed, and it   is   estimated that a
.hundred   millions   have     been   added
^iffpje.   '
:-^The increase of the gold supply ofthe
Tinited States is partly due  to   the pro-
ductior|;of gold in the country,-partly to
l-^jyttfearanee sif the  Klondike's  con-
^^v^i1 as P;irt oi  (lie  United   States
Vi\i^Sction    thru   there   being no mint
' in .British   Columbia, and partly to the
e^esa, of exports of American   products
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over the imports of foreign products.
For many years the excess of imports
was olTset by the interest on loans and
dividends on foreign capital invested in
the Tinted States which had to be sent
abroad, but in recent years the value of
exports has considerably exceeded the
combined amount of imports, interest
and dividends and foreign capital, and
there has consequently been a considerable flow of gold to the   L'nited States.
Smelter Combine's  Great   Capital.
The capital slock of the American
Smelting & Refining company is to be
increased to one hundred million dollars
so as to acquire several new properties.
The new properties to be acquired are,
according to the circular sent out to the
stockholders as a result of the proposed
increase of the capital stock, as follows :
At Perth Amboy, N.J., smelting and
refining and electrolytic copper plants ;
at Pueblo, Col., smelling and refining
and copper reduction plants ; at Aguas
Calentes, Mexico, smelting and refining
and copper reduction plants ; at Monterey, Mexico, a smelting plant ; in
South America, mining and smelting
interests ; also valuable leases and contracts running a term of years in the
L'nited Slates, South America and
Mexico. These include the refining
and smelting plants, appurtenant properties and business ofthe Guggenheims.
The
Art
Piano
of
Canada.
Heintzman Co
MAKERS,
TORONTO, ONT.
Thos,   Duffy,
AGENT,
SANDON - - B. C.
The Auditorium
OFTHE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
o^TSlTolf
Parties desiring to book Concerts,
Theatrical Performances, Entertainments, etc., etc , are requested to write
or wire to
Thos. Duffy,
Sandon       British Columbia
Duffy's Ochestra can also be engaged
thru the same source. Will furnish
music satisfactory to dancing parties or
travelling companies.
Eat  Oranges   and  be
Happy.
We have:::
CALIFORNIA NAVALS,
JAPANESE
AND
FLOR1DAS
In great variety and
abundance at
WILLIAMSON'S
Saddle   Horses
$   FOR HIRE.   ��
We have a string of good
Saddle Horses for hire at
regulation rates.
ALL
Reliable Stock.
F. C. PORTER.
Reco Avenue.
^Tbirtni Vonroirirsoiiirbirb^onrb'o^
" To the Miners
onmnrs
Of Sandon and Vicinity.
onmnrs
I have now in stock for the
winter the finest fabrics made for
suitings and overcoatings.
As in the past, 1 am determined lo lead in Material, Trimmings
and Workmanship, and when
you buy you may as well have
the best  as il costs you no more.
1 am the lirst Merchant Tailor
in the Slocan and permancy
should indicate to all that 1 must
be doing a ligitimate business,
ever anxious to please my customers and to give the best possible
value for their money.
Recently 1 have added a select
stock of Gents' Furnishings and
Miners' Supplies. Workingmen
will appreciate the fact that they
can save money by buying from
me as shown by the following
prices
The Murphv Grant & Co.
heavy California Overall with
pattened continuous fly and reinforced by separate piece in crutch
copper riveted, watch and hip
pockets, heaviest grade material,
$1.00 per pair. Murphy Grant
Blouse $1.00. McDonalds Canadian Overall, 75c. The best
grade California Mission Flannel
in Brown, Blue and Scarlet underwear, $4.00 per suit. Fleece
lined heavy underwear, $2.00 per
suit. Heavy shield front California overshirt $3.00 each.
A. Daoid...
The Miners' Tailo
^SUULSLSLZSLSULSlJUli
footwear.
I have placed a large
stock  of men's  and
FINE SHOES
In my new store and solid*
the patronage of the Sandon
public. Absolute satisfaction
guaranteed.
Louis Hupperten
Main St.   -- -��� Sandon, B. C
The Most Complete  Health  Resort On
the Continent of North America.
Situated    'midst    Scenery   Unrivalled    for
Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
 *���""������ Sanitarium. " '	
Fishing,
Excursion
Physician
and Nurse
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lahe, B. C-
Temis. .15 to tlR per week,  according
to residence in Hotel or Villas.
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Muscu
lar Diseases.    Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and Metallic   Poisoning.
Telegraphic   Communication  with  al
parts of the World.
Two Mails arrive and depart Every Day
The price of Railway Ticket for Round Trip
between Sftndon und Good for thirty day*
and obtainable all year round is *.3.8.-j.
PACIFIC AY.
AND 500 LINE.
M pointer
For your Eastern Trip is
to see that you ticket reads
via Canadian Pacific. First-
class sleepers on all trains
from Revelstoke and Kootenav Landing"
TOURIST CARS
Passing Dunmore Jcunctibn daily
for St. Paul, Saturdays; for Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto. Same cars pass
Revelstoke one day earlier.
TRAIN DEPARTS
For Nakusp, Revelstoke,
Daily, except    Main Line  and   Pacific
Sunday, at      Coast,     connecting    at
8-00 a. ni.   J Rosebery for Slocan City
\ Nelson Rossland Bound-
I Country, and all Eastern
points   via  Crows  Nest
route.
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon
E. J. Coyle,
A. G. P. A.,
Vancouver,B.C . I
i.
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, FEBRUARY 2,
A Prayer.
A mother was putting the little ones
to bed, and was astonished to hear her
youngest baby girl making the following prayer:
"O, God, bless my papa and mamma, and dear, good Mr. God, please
tell grandma not to spank me again,
for it hurts me so bad, and dear God,
have a new nose put on Rosey, my
sweet little doll, and O, Lord, make
me just like Royal Baking Powder."
At this strange appeal the little one's
mother asked her why she prayed to
the Lord to make her like Royal Baking
Powder The little tot replied, "Because I want to be   '.Absolutely Pure.' "
Little Bo-Peep, she lost her sheep
And failed to advertise ;
The result, of course, was much remorse
And terribly saddened eyts.
British Columbia fishermen got $5,-
214,074 out of salmon last year. The
amount which British Columbia 'mines'
got out of a humbler variety of fish has
not yet been reduced to figures.���Toronto Telegram.
ROSvSLAXD
Winter   Carnival
and
Curling   Bonspiel
Tuesday to Saturday
Feb.
12 to
16th
1901
The Program Includes
Eight Curling Contests,
l nder the Auspices  of   the   Kootenay
Curling Association.
THE PAYSTREAK.
Is the Leading Paper of the
Famous Slocan.
Assessment two  Plunks.
Specimens shipped on suspicion.
Circulation limited to one
million.
Catch on while you have
the chance.
READ THIS.
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
DAY & B1GNEY.
-*��**.-��*^
Manufacturers of
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON-
THERE   IS   NO   FROST
ON THE
IVANHOE  HOTEL
Its wines liquors and igars
are unexcelled this far north.
Don't forget the number.
0%
Richard   Orando.
Franco-American Soups
Frankfurter Sausage
Russian Cavier
Tru flies
Eels in Jelly
Buyles Boneless Herring
Rock Bass
Ciscoes
Smoked Sturgeon
Boston Brown Bread
Turnips
Cabbage-
Carrots
Parsnips
Caulflower
Asparagus
Beets
Artichokes
Celery
Sweet Potatoes
Squash
Spinach
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HOCKEY  TOURNAMENT,
For   Senior   and   Junior   and   Ladies
Championships of  British Columbia.
SNOWSHOE RACES,
Ski Races     Skating Races
For Provincial  Championship and
for Me a and Boys.
Cutter and Dog Races.
Coasting Contests
MASQUERADE
$3000 'a"Jprfi813000
Rates of Single   Fare for the
Round Trip on   all
Railways.
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8
8
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Clothing
Why    let    the    frostv
5
* zephyrs of January   play
havoc  with   your  health
you   can  buy
sft
S when
i
5 warm
S
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Underclothing
* Cheaper   than
_&
vou   can
* catch cold?
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Fur further Particulars see Posters and
Programs or Address.
H. W. C. JACKSON.
1 Thos. Brown J
�� * *"*_
5      Main St,. Sandon.       S
All in cans, besides the largest variety of clean and
fresh staple and fancy groceries to be found in the Kootenays. If you can't get what you want elsewhere, get it
from
H.OIEGERIC11.
Jalland Bros.
FAMILY GROCERS.
?   *
Hay,   Grain,   Flour,
Feed,
Fruit and Vegetables
fc    ^    ^    ^    ^
No order too large and   none   too small.    Our  prices are
as low as honesty will permit.
Codp Mvenut
Red Cross
Stop that Cough
Drug Store
By using DONALDSON COUGH SYRUP. Weusefl
opiates iu compounding our Cough Medicine and (juaf
anted it to give satisfaction.
Donaldson's Rheumatic Cure.
IT HAS CURED OTHERS IT WILL CURE Y0!
Every   one   who has   used it   speaks of it in   terms ol t>
highest praise.
Resorcine Hair Tonic.
ITS ALL RIGHT,    Cures   DandrulTand Scalp l^*lv
gives the hair a chance.
Barney's Liniment.
For Rheumatism, Sprains, Bruises, Swellings, none bell
Fred J. Donaldson,   Druggist and Chemist
_Mi
Mad
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Rossland Engineer's Works Cu2;i!2
Specialty of Ore Cur. Ore Bin Door-* and general  mining maohine-ry.  $ ""'���_
Machinery on nana all In first olau condition.  One 8x18 Horizontal Sli<U- Valvt1 r
complete.  One 5ftPelton Wheel under fioo ft 8 to 1W spiral ruff-ted plponew, i"''1.
used.   One liiKersoIl-SRi-Keaiit und Rand Rock Drills, been thoroughly overhautotl JO"1
parts replaced.  One No j-Knowles Feed Pump, in flrst-olusi* condition    One G��**l'���
Force Pamp, Stoping Bars. Blacksmith's Bellows.   Watch this add ror other i>-'-
us for a full list before you buy.   We may have just what you want.
Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.   '($
P.O. Box 198,, Third Ave,, Rossla|
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