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BOOK VI.
SANDON, NOVEMBER 16 1901.
CHAPTER 8
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
If you would vote, get on the list.
That Lowery's Claim is a poor thing
j guess, eh !
G. N. Main paid a business visit to
Kaslo on Tuesday.
The K. & S. is making some important-to the depot.
Hamilton Byers   paid   Sandon   a two-
day's visit this week.
Wm. Dunn of the Rambler mine
visited Sandon yesterday.
Tom Tye, formerly of the Ruth is in
Seattle on his way to Phoenix.
Wm. Yawkey spent the week in
town, leaving yesterday for Spokan.
George Creech contemplates going
into the transfer business in Sandon.
F. L. Christie is laid up for a few
days with a mild attack of la grippe.
A pool table has been added to the
numerous attractions of the  Balmoral.
A sight tor the Gods, to see Robinson
Hood fixing the Paystreak water pipes.
Mr. and Mrs. DuBois of Slocan City
are visiting with Geo. B. Macdonnld
and wife of Cody.
A. B. Docksteader is rustling insurance in the Crow's Nest country. He
is on a thirty-day tour.
DulTy's orchestra is busy practising
Tannliauser fantasmas lor the Miners'
Union ball on the 28th.
Nick Tukowiscz returned from Cape
Nome this week. Nick says Cape
Nome is not the place for a working
miner.
C. E, Lyons has finished preparing
the tax list and notices will be sent out
immediately . All taxes must be paid
on or before Dec.  15th.
Experts from London are expected
in Kaslo next week to look over the
smelter situation with a view to taking
up the option held by Maurice Gintzberger.
Billy Donahue, who has spent two
years in the Arctic is in Seattle on his
way home to Sandon. He and his
brother made a very nice clean-up in
the north.
C. D, Hunter of the Hunter-Kend-
rick Co., Phoenix, and Jumes Hunter
of Hunter Bros., Rossland, are expected in on the 20th to inspect the
Sandon store.
Thanksgiving Day occurs simultaneously in Canada and the United
States this year. It conies on the same
day as the Sandon Miners' Union ball,
November 28th.
All persons who desire to become
naturalized should take notice that the
county court will hold a sitting at
Kaslo on the 12th of December, at
which applications for citizenship will
be considered.
. rwenty head of pack mules belong-
U1K to the Sandon Forwarding Company were shipped out over the C P.
, >'esterday for the Okanagan, where
l��ey Win be wintered. William and
r.me Crawford went in charge of the
s ruig. Thjg stock may spend next
summer on the Horsefly trail.
^ Sandon is without a band this winter.
Such a painful lack of harmony has
never been known to exist in Sandon
before. It should be remedied immediately even if it was found necessary to
import a base drum player.
Nick Ferris of the Canadian Bank of
Commerce is laid up with a broken
leg. While returning from a visit on
Sunnyside last Sunday evening he missed his footing and fell off the road into
the school yard, breaking one of the
small bones in his right leg. He is
improving favorably but will not be
ready for duty again for several weeks.
Tom McGuigan returned on Monday
from Spoakn where he was attending
the meeting of the American Boy.
The financial end of the American Boy
is now on a solid footing as the debt
contracted in connection with the
Treasure Vault suit has been cleared
oil"and the company will be a dividend
payer before many months.
R. T. Lowery, the sage of Lowery's
Claim calculates 10 spend the winter in
the glorious climate of California. He
will visit many interesting and roman-
tic points in the goldei^.state and may
make an expedition to the land of
Aztecs. In Mexico he will probably
travel incog as the prelates oi that
country wouldn't do a thing to him.
Oh heavenly father, do you want the
deal.
A SLOCAN CITY DEAL.
UP AGAINST THE TRUST.
Sid  Norman  Bonds the Transfer
Group.
Sid Norman has taken a bond on the
Transfer group, situated on the devide
south of the Arlington. The price
named is $40,000 payments to be completed in one year. A gang of men has
been put to work on the trail which
will connect the Transfer group with
the Arlington road. Buildings are
being framed in Slocan City and will be
hauled up the road and put together at
the claims Work will be commenced
immediately and it is stipuluted in the
bond that operations shall be carried
on continuously.
There are four claims in the Transfer
group, carrying two good ledges on
which valuable ore bodies have been.
James Parrel and Charlie Barber are
owners. Wm. Innes is in charge of
the work.
Coeur d'Alene Lead Producers in a
Conference with Smelter Men
at Nets York.���American Prices
Will Come Down.��� Trust mat]
Again  Handle Slocan Ore.
THE SKATING RINK.
Preparatioas   for a   Gau   Winter.
The Company is in Good
Circumstances.
Andrew Grierson and Frank C.
Sewell have secured a lease on the
rink for the season 1901-1902 on a
basis of 50 per cent of the net profits,
They will commence making ice in a
few days so that the skating season
will open as soon as weather permits.
The new managers are enthusiastic
skaters and hockey players and the
rink will get plenty of boosting, which
goes a long way toward making a
successful season.
From a financial point of view, the
rink company is in good circumstances. The assets are, real estate $377.75
and buildings $1938, total $3325.75.
The liabilities are, loan $1500, amount
due on building and extras $147, outstanding accounts $250, total $1887,
showing a total excess of assets over
liabilities of $1438.75.
A full financial statement will be
published in next week's Paystreak.
Line Up and Pace Off.
The crisp and bracing temperature
of the last few days indicates that the
season of glistening ice and ringing
steel is not far removed and may be on
us any day. It is up to the hockey-
boys to organize and get ready for a
swift winter's campaign. Sandon has
the players to form a team which will
make all these little towns around
here like Nelson, Rossland and Revel-
stoke think that the Silver City is the
only thing that ever happened in the
hockey line. Sandon's famous juniors,
who cleaned up everything they went
against without ever loring a game in
their three years' history, will amalgamate with the seniors this year to make
up the swiftest combination in the
west. A new junior team will also be
formed to retain the honors of the boys
who ha-\e now graduated.
AH the old players of both teams are
still here except Hogan, the celebrated
goel keeper, who will spend the winter
in Brantford, Ontario.
Hold a meeting, boys, organize, and
start the winter olT right.
The Sunset.
The long tunnel which is being run
to connect the Sunset and Trade Dollar properties will be completed today
or tomorrow. This tunnel runs right
thru the hill and will connect the Sunset, which is on the Whitewater side,
with the Trade Dollar, on the Sandon
side. Henceforth all ore and supplies
will be handled from this side and both
properties worked thru the one  tunnel.
A conference of the lead mine owners
of the Coeur d'Alene and the managers
of the American  Smelting & Refining
Company will be held  in  New York
next week.   The object of the conference is to fix the settlement   price on
lead for the coining year.    All  Coeur
d'Alene contracts expire on January 1st,
1902.    At a conference held last winter
the trust offered to  leave the  price of
settlement in the hands of a committee
of five appointed  by the mine owners
and the truot.    This proposal  was refused by the mine owners and the trust
then slated its determination to fix the
price itself without  giving the producers a voice.     Settlemdnts   have   since
been at the rate of $4 a hundred, which
price is maintained  by curtailing production, and it  is  acknowledged   that
this price cannot be maintained.
The trnst now renews its proposals to
settle the price by a joint conference
which will meet every six months, all
ore contracts to be for five years. This
proposal isjikely to be accepted by the
mine owners and a drop in Americrn
lead prices is likely to follow.
A most important feature of the new
lead situation is likely to relate to the
attitude of the American Smelting &
Refining Company toward British Col
umbia lead ores. At present the trust
refuses to buy ore from B. C. lead
mines. The smelting company is now
considering a plan by which it will reenter the British Columbia field, and
take at least a part of the ores from
the Slocan and East Kootenay.
A LANDSLIDE AT THE PAYNE.
In clearing the site for the foundation of the Payne mill the hydraulic
method of disposing of the float was
adopted, using a heavy stream of water
under high pressure to wash it down
hill. The experiment did not work
altogether satisfactorily as a large section oi the hillside became water-soaked
and yesterday morning slid off down
the hill, leaving the track in rather bad
shape. There will be considerable expense attached to replacing the railway
grad5 and operations on the mill may
be slightly delayed on that account.
The Rambler.
The mill at the Rambler will be
completed and running by the first of
the month. Considerable delay has
been caused by the bad roads, which
made it impossible to get the material
up as rapidly as required. There are
100 men on the payroll at the mine.
About the Concert.
Our dramatic editor was so busy last
night rustling coal from the neighbors
that we were unable to get a full
account of the concert given in the
Methodist church, but we learned that
it was a success in every way.
Stockholders of the skating rink com��
pany have been engaging their spare
time recently building a new waiting
room at the east end of the rink,
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t THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C.
NOVEMBER 16,
The Football Casabianca.
The boy stood on the football field,
Whence all but him had fled ;
The rooters shoutings echoed o'er
The dying and the dead.
His hair hung down into his eyes,
Such of it as was left,
For sad to state at one fell swoop
Of it he'd been bereft.
One arm hung limply at his side
And fluttered as he reeled ;
His teeth, like snowflakes in the wind,
Were scattered o'er the field.
His shirt was torn across the breast,
His pants ripped at the knees,
His shoes clung dangling to his feet,
Like mistletoe to trees.
Yet beautiful and bright he stood,
While all around, alack !
Were fragments of the centre rush,
The half and quarter back.
The tackles from the goal posts hung ;
The guards were borne away
In ambulances which were called
Quite early in the fray.
And here and therejay a shoulder blade
And ears on every side,
W7ith fingers, feet and locks of hair,
All unidentified.
But still he stood   amongst the wreck,
Oh, that  this tongue could tell
How bravely he essayed to speak,
And give his college yell.
His father called him from the box,
His mother from the stand,
Yet ever nobly stood he there,
A football in his hand.
The other side was lining up
With husky boast and scream,
"Come on," he mumbled toothlessly,
"I'll buck the whole damn team!"
They formed a flying wedge and hurled
The gallant lad on high,
And when they downed him shoes and
legs
Were waving in the sky.
There came a burst of thunder sound
The boy���Oh where was he ?
Ask of the other team, that left
With college chant and glee.
Ask of the other team, and learn :
"He hasn't yet been seen.
They don't expect to find him till
They get some gasolene."
men Wanted to Wovk
During the long Winter Evenings.
The   International  Correspondence Schools
ofScranton, Pa., makes it possible for
you to become proficient in the subjects
of your choice. Over 80 courses of
study. 1200 students in the Kootenays.
360,000 students taught under 71 different flags. Miners, Machinists, Engineers, Electricians, Carpenters, German, French, Spanish. No books to
buy.   Write for catalogue.
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ROSSLAND       BRITISH COLUMBIA
Certificate     of    Improvements.
NOTICE.
��� _____
BABY FRACTION MINERAL CLAIM
Situnte in the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenay District    Where located:    On
Cody creek, adjoining Franklin and Bolan-
der    mineral    claims,    Slocan     Mining
Division, West Kootenay. B. C.
TAKE NOTICE that I, E. M. Sandilar.ds,
acting as agent for Jake Kelsen. Free Minors
Certificate No Rr>i,:M4, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof. to apply to the Mining Be*
cordur for a Certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
Ami further take notice that action, under
section 87. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this Mtb day of October. A. D. 1901.
E. M. SANLILANHS.
NOTICE.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty day*
after date I intend to apply to the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works. Victoria,
B C for a special license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described
"commencing at a post marked WillardV
Hill's South West Corner, about one and one
half miles South West from the head of Slocan Lake, thence South eighty chains, thence
East eighty chains, thence North eighty
chains, thence West eighty chains to starting
point containing MO acres.
WILLARD V  HILL.
Dated September 9th, 1901. 	
Certificate of Improvements.
CONDORE .AND CORLISS FRACTION MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenay District    Where located:   One
quarter of one mile South West of Cody
Town site.
TAKE NOTICE that  I. A. B. Docksteader,
as agent for Frederick A. Henneberg,  Free
Miner's Certificate No. BflttM, and John Docksteader, Free Miners' Certificate No. Bfc��21,
intend, sixty days fmm date hereof, to apply
to  the   Mining Recorder for Certificates of
Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining
Crown grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action   under
section  37  must be  commenced before   tht
issuance of such Cert ilicates of Improvements
A. B. DOCKSTEADER.
Agent.
Dated this -^7th day of August, A. D. 1901.
NOTICE
Certificate of Improvements.
MINER BOY MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenay District Where located:���North
of Bear Lake, about two miles from the
K. & S. railway and about \ mile West of
the London Mineral Claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, W. J. H. Holmes, anting as agent for Charles Sehoenberger, Free
Miners Certificote, No BMW, August Frieder-
ich Adams. Free Miner's Certificate No. B.S77*i
and Theodore ftederioh Adams,Free Miner's
Certificate No. B37780, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
*;he purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 15th day of Sept.. A D. t9&.
W.J.H. HOLMES, P ^.S.
Agent.
TO
DELINQUENT    CO-OWNERS   OF   THE
SILVER CHORD MINEHAL CLAIM.
A Kaslo woman of literary inclinations said that when she died she was
going to ask Shakespear if he really
wrote all his plays. Her husband suggested that probably Willie would not
be up there, when she quickly replied :
"Then you ask him."
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Reasonable Rates
Union Block Script.
All persons are hereby warned against the
purchase of the following certificates of San-
Miners' Union Block Script as the same has
been satisfied.
No. 1, Aug. 21st, 1900 in favor of W L. Hagler
fclOO
No. 33, Sept. 22nd,1900,|n favor of Wm. Walms-
ley ?50.
No. 44, Oct. 15th, 1900 in favor of John T. Campbell, Ml ">
No. 51, Oct. 24th 1900, in favor of John T. Campbell, >22
No, 65, Nov. 17th 1900, in favor of John T.Campbell, f38
No, 80, Dec. 28th, 1900, in favor of John T. Campbell ?45.
ANTHONY SHttLAND, Sec.
Sandon, September 20th, 1901.
To J. R. Cameron and A. R Porter or any
person orpetsons to whom they may have
assigned their intere-t* in the Silver Chord
Mineral Claim, situated near Sandon and
registered in the Recorder's office for the
Slooan Mining Division.
You are hereby notified that I, Philip J.
Hickey. acting as agftffit for J. D. Farrell and
Volney D. Williamson, have caused to be expended one hundred dollars in labor and improvements upon the above-mentioned mineral claim under the provisions of the Mineral
Act. and if within ninety days from the date
o! this notice you fail or refuse to contribute
your proportion of such expenditure, together
with all costs of advertising, your interest in
said claim will become the property of, tlie
subscriber under Section 4 of an Act entitled
'���An Act to Amend the Mineral Act, 1900."
VOLNEY D. WILLIAMSON,
J. D. FARRELL,
[PHILIP J. HICKEY, Agent.I
Dated tlis 5th Day of August, 19C1.
E. A. BROWN, M. E.
Underground Surveys
and Examinations. De/
velopment and Assess/
nvnt Work. Surveys
and Estimates made for
Tramways.
Virginia Block, Sandon, B. C.
A. F. & A. M,
ALTA LODGE NO. 29.
Rognlar Communication held first Tlnus
day in each month in Masonic Hall ,0 s 1 m
Sojourning brethern are cordially invited"to
attend,
A. B. DOCKSTEADER. Secretary.
F. L. Christie,
* l. l. a,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK
SANDON
Sandon Cartage Co.
VVALMSLEY ft McPHERSON
Express, Baggage,
and Cavtage.
Delivery to all   Parts of the City.
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Holel
Application for Liquor License.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
from date hereof we intend'to apply to the
License Commissioners of the City of Sandon
for a license to sell liquor by retail on the
premises known as the Balmoral saloon
^ . C. RICHARDS.
c c. Mclaughlin.
Dated at Sandon this 12th day of Oct. lwi
NOTICE.
TO   DELINQUENT   CO-OWNERS   OF  THE
PAMLMICO AND BELL MINERAL
CLAIMS.
To A. R. Porter, J. R. Cameron or any part isc
to whom A. It. Porter,or J. R, Cameron may
have transferred interest or interests in the
Pamlmico and Bell Mineral claims, situated
near Cody, and recorded in the Recorder's
ottice of the Slocan mining division.
You are hereby notified that I, Philip J.
Hickey, acting as agent for J. D. Farrell and
Volney D. Williamson have caused to lie e��-
pended one hundred dollars each in labor and
improvements upon the above mentioned
mineral claims under the provisions of the
Mineral Act, and if within ninety days
from the date of this notice you fail to
contribute your portion of such expoditure,
together with all cost of advertising, your
interest in said property will become the subscribers under section IV. of an act entitled
"An Act to Amend the Mineral Act, 1909 "
J. D. FARRELL
VOLNEY-D. WILLIAMSON.
(PHILIP J. HICKEY, Agent.)
Dated this 29th day of July, 1991.
The Art Piano of Canada,
j Heintzman Co.
.' MAKERS,
'Toronto, Ont.
0*
Established 1KW.
E. M. SANDILANQS.
Sandon. B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stocks bought end sold. Gen-
eral agent for Slocan Properties
Promising   Prospects for Sale.
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $1 per month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive of
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drugs.
Open To The Public.
DR. W. E. QOMM,   Atteudant PhysictBii.
MISS S. L. CHISHOLM. Matron.
J. H. MCNEILL, Pre*. Hospital Board.
ANTHONYT SHILLANI), Secretary.
Ship Your Trophies of the Chase to
Harry W. Edwards,
TAXIDERMIST
Revelstoke,    B. C.
He will  stuff and
style any Bird, Beast,
that you can present,
ing.    We do the rest.
mount in go��J
Reptile or Fish
You do the km-'
Thomas. Duffy,
AGENT,
Sandon -- B. C.
SILVER CITY LODGK NO.
I. O. O. F.
&���
Meetings  in the UnnmH.Ul^ry^jy
Evening at 7:30.   Visiting Brethern
n �� o attend.
* R. CUNNING, N. G.
GKO WA1TE,        JAS.H.THOMPSON
GB-O. WAiia, (3 rand
keeretary. T1U
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THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, NOVEMBER 16,
WAR AS A BUSINESS PROPOSITION
���t  i.
Hots to Reduce the South African
Struggle to a Commercial t
Baeie.
S. T. McNaught  and  Jos." Fuller,
old time prospectors, cow punchers and
general all around frontiersmen, late of
the Strathcona Horse and now rejuvenating at the Halcyon  Springs, are very
closely following, at this safe distance,
the events of the Boer war.     They are
fully convinced that the British government is off on a   tangent   so   far  as
scientific warfare is concerned, and they
have decided to make a  formal offer to
take the war off Great  Britain's hands
on terms that should be advantageous
to all parties. t
They figure that the war in Africa is
costing a great deal too much money
and if reduced to a commercial basis
affording reasonable openings for individual enterprise it could be carried on
much more satisfactorily and effectively
��� and brot to a close with neatness and
dispatch.
Taking the experience of the past as
a basis on which to figure, this enterprising firm shows that the war up
10 date has cost ^,90,000,000 and that
the total number of Boers killed,
captured and put out of the light does
not exceed 30,000, which makes the
average cost of killing a Boer by the
War Office method average ^2000 a
head. Considered as a business proposition, this price is absurdly high
and Messrs. Fuller &. McNaught will
tender to take the job off the government's hands and round up all the
Boers now in the field at the very
'reasonable price of ^,100 per head, or
just five per cent of the present cost.
The tender is based on a thoro
knowledge of the country in which the
business is to be carried on. The tenderers have travelled extensively in Natal,
Free State and the Transvaal and they
consider that the country is an ideal one
in which to carry on a business war.
They propose to raise an outfit, a few
of whom have been already called, from
the cow camps and prospecting country
of Western Canada and the United
States. These men will be provided
with a common-sense outfit especially
adapted for rapid movements. Pianos
and kitchen ranges will find no place in
the equipment of their mobile columns.
The cow punchers and prospectors will ]
be turned loose on a basis of ^ 50 per
head, the company retaining 50 per
cent of the proceeds to defray the expense of grubstaking and to furnish a
profit on the money invested.
According to the figures, presuming
that there are still 30,000 Boers who
require treatment, Messrs. McNauht
& Fuller would do the job for �� 3,000,-
000, saving the British government
^89,000,000, which might be used as
a nursery fund to take care of Willie-
boys and blue blooded British officers.
The future way is to be on a strictly
commercial basis, and is to be a
humane war. No rounding up of
women   and   children,   no   starvation
camps, no epidemic hospitals. All that
the operators will require of the British
government is that the soldiers be sent
home, as a small force like this will no
doubt be kept quite busy and could not
afford to hamper its movements by
taking guardianship over the Tommy
Atkins in the military posts and in
Kitchener's mobile columns. "The
contractors will simply dispose of the
Boers wherever they meet them. No
prisoners will be taken, as it would not
be policy to burden a business outfit of
this kind with unnecessary baggage.
The contaactors are willing to be paid
by results, according to the Indian or
Kaffir methods. The motto will be :
"No work, no pay." All loot will be
shipped to London and sold to the
highest bidder, the proceeds going
half to the company and half to the
men. A few shares of stock in the
company will be disposed of to intimate
friends and members of the contingent,
but none will be placed on the open
market as the proposition is a sure
winner from the start and very little
capital will be required.
Coming just at this time, when Great
Britain has at last begun to recognize
lhat her methods of warfare are antiquated and ineffectual, this offer will
doubtless be regarded by the Imperial
government as a pleasant relief.
seventeenth century, and it is stated
that for 100 years thereafter no one
was allowed to enter that region. Explorers who have recently returned
from Ceinteguita report having discovered the old stone prisons, old smelters, and also stupendous work accomplished by the ancients.
Agreed Upon the Danger.
Mother���Waldo, I regret to say that
I must spank you.
Waldo���It would be inadvisable,
mother. Ostheopathic authorities are
agreed upon the danger of concussion
in the neighborhood of the base of the
spine.
George H. Thompson
Barrister   ���:-   Solicitor
Notary Public.
OFFICE, VIRGINIA BLOCK
LONG LOST MINES
Where Treasure Was Extracted by
Spaniards Centuries Ago.
The lost Tayapa mines, celebrated in
Spanish annals as having produced
eighty millions of dollars in gold and
silver in the. 17th century, described on
Spanish maps as being situated in
north-western Mexico, about 50 leagues
from the sea, near Los Pilares, have
been found. So far back as 1859
Robert L'Aumulie, a celebrated French
expert, declared the location of the
Cienteguita, in the Sahuria District,
Sonora, to be idendtical with the lost
Tayapa. The Spanish owners are
said to have been murdered by their
Indian   slaves near the   close of   the
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SANDON
BRITISH COLUMBIA
M. L. Grimmett,
L. L. B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
SANDON, B. C.
W. W. WARNER,
MINING ENGINEER.
MINING PROPERTIES HANpLED
ON COMMISSION.
Mining Properties Examined  said   Reports
Made.  Will Open up Mining Properties by
Contract or Salary. Twenty Years'
Experience.
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���-��� -mam THE PAYSTREAK. SANDON, B. G. NOVEMBER 16,
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The Paystreak.
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Wojuam MjbcArxocsy   -   Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, NOVEMBER 16, igoi.
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The owners of the Le Roi, War
Eagle, Centre Star, Iron Mask and
other copper mines of the Rossland district are making the same mistake
that the owners of the Payne, Whitewater, Last Chance, Queen Bess and
other lead properties of the Slocan
made two years ago.
When lead prices were good and
everything was favorable to the profit-
��� able mining of silver-lead ore the mine
managers of this camp tied their properties up in an unprovoked and futile
lockout. They gained nothing by the
lockout, but they lost eight months of
the best prices that the Slocan has
ever seen. Now they are up against
the American lead trust and the little
two bits a day over which they lost
eight favorable months is not a circumstance to the slash that the trust
has made in lead prices.
Now when copper prices are high
and copper   stocks   are   booming the
Rossland  companies have   tied  their
properties up all summer in an entirely
' uncalled for labor trouble.
What took place in the lead mar-
ket two years ago is being repeated in
the copper market today. The copper
trust is now where the lead trust was
then. Copper magnates are consolidating, purchasing, squeezing and
amalgamating all the copper interests
of the United States into one gigantic
. trust. This trust will soon control the
copper market of U. S as completely
as the lead trust now controls the lead
market. Legislation shutting Can-
adin copper out of the land of the free
will follow as a matter of course.
Then efforts will be made to kill all
foreign competition in the markets of
Europe and Asia by selling below the
cost of production, just as the lead
trust is now trying to kill Canadian
competition by "breaking the markets
of London and Hong Kong. The
copper mining business in B. C. will
then be where the lead mining business
is to-day���disjointed, out of gear and
groaping blindly for a market.
Only this stands in favor of copper : the world wants it, and Canada
already has the smelters and refineries
for finishing f.he product at home.
Better copper prices need never be
expected in British Columbia and more
favorable mining conditions do not
exist in the world. Nevertheless Bernard Macdonald has wantonly sacrificed his stockholders time and money
and has met in the end contumely,
discredit and ignominious defeat.
The owners of Rossland copper
mines should have learned wisdom
from the experience of Slocan lead
mine owners.
You may catch a vote in Bruce on the
strength of it.
Wilfy you are a lullapalusa and
your department of labor is the divine
creation of a mid-summer night*s
dream.
When the boys over in Rosslond
asked the Dominion government to
deport the Missourians the department
of labor sent Mr. Williams out to B. C.
to investigate. This investigation
lasted until Mr. Williams was convinced that the Missourians were imported contrary to the alien contract
law. Then the department ruled that
Mr. Williams had no power to deport.
Whereupon Mr. Williams was recalled.
Now William Lyon Mackenzie King
is in Rossjand to- fix matters up.
Willie is not vested with power to do
anything, but he counts on winning
out by his sunny ways.
The Ottawa government must
have the electors of British Columbia
sized up for a lot of nice easy chumps
when it puts a burlesque like the department of labor on the boards for
their especial benefit.
Conciliation courts that are impotent, alien labor laws that cannot be
made to exclude or deport, Chinese
commissions vested with powers to
lose the truth in a voluminous report,
wholesale importation and nationalization of Japs and Chinks for Imperial
reasons, a Slocan inquiry which reposes safely in some departmental
pigeonhole, and a Crow's Nest investigation which unearthed the monumental truth that the boys killed on
construction by a contractor's cruelty
are still dead���these are a synopsis of
the Laurier government's grand stand
play for the labor vote.
No hay Rube at the county fair
ever got worked on a ranker bill of
specialties and no snide show man
ever had the unfilnshing effronty to
put on a worse fake. Oh, Wilfy !
Wilfy ! you are certainly a peach. If
you can make the boys stand for a
spiel like that and then get them to say
they like it you have earned the belt,
taken the cake, carried the broom and
won the buck as king, queen, emperor,
head push and whole works of the
slippery tribe of fakirs from fakirs-
ville. You're a refreshing and aromatic
daisy, and William Lyon Mackenzie
King of the department of labor in his
great spectacular pantomine of settling
the Rossland strike should win you
seventeen thousand ems of academic
eulogy in the editorial colums oi the
Toronto Globe or the Woodstock
Sentinel-Review.    Then who can tell!
Ontario is due to hold another
election next spring and a few new
features may be introduced. In times
gone by Ontario politics have been
sterile. They have produced nothing
but partyism of the meanest order and
folks regarded their allegiance to a
party in about the same li^ht as ignorant folks regard their religion. This
made Ontario an teasy province to exploit, for voters followed their party
thru thick and thin, regardless of the
fact that the leaders were often thieves
and "incapables. Recently, however,
a new light has  been  dawning.
One of the most hopeful signs of
the times is the interest taken in the
mining laws. Ontario's mining resources are unsurpassed on earth, but
her mining lawsye rotten. Prospecting is made practically impossible by
the Ontario code as the right oi free
location is with-held. There is a
dense and gloomy ignorance on the
motter of mining laws among the
agriculturalists oi Ontario. Should
that province ever throw her mineral
lands open to location by Adopting the
British Columbia law there would be a
stampede to the nickel and copper
districts of the North Shore and to the
gold regions of Rainy River that
would make some of Ontario's Rip
Van Winkles wonder where they were
at.
J. Pierpont Morgan took ioo
Episcopal ministers from New York to
Frisco a few days ago to attend a conference there. They travelled in palace
cars, were fed by a Delmonico cook,
stayed at the best hotel in the city and
drank the best wine in the state. Morgan paid the bill and no preacher was
discourteous enuf to ask who he starved or robbed to get the moneo.
This is a slight change oi front
from the days when Jesus broke up the
stock exchange meeting in the temple
at Jerusalem, but it merely proves that
the church founded after J. C. stands
in much better with the money chancers than he did.
As the first exponent of Christianity, Christ was vagged out of Jerusalem twice. He associated with fishermen sinners and outcasts and when
travelling he usually had to foot it,
but he laid down the ever new an
beautiful law of brotherly love wnicn
ha^s long outlived him and will outlive
the church which is trading on n��
name.
! THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, NOVEMBER 16,
Shoes
$2.50
a pair
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What Kind of Fuel
will you Burn?
H, BYERS I CO.
Can sell you a stove
to suit you. We are
now showing a very
fine line of wood and;        	
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for any home or camp
Also...
Ranges,  Cooking
Stoves Etc.
16-2-1 Reco Ave., Sandon
STORES AT
KASLO NELSON
250
Pair of Shoes
tthese are the best
ZMner's Shoes ever
offered at the price.
Eaton Zimothp can't
Vouch it.
A FEW $5.00 SUITS LEFT
M. n. Mtf)ertoih Co,
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J THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, NOVEMBER ��6,
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Refused the Comstocb.
O. S. Stevens, who is a clerk in a
feed store on Chenango street, Bing-
hampton, N. Y., once refused to buy
for$iooand a saddle horse what is
now known as the Comstock Lode.
Mr. Stevens, who is no��r an old
man, caught the gold fever and went to
California in 1852. He had little success there', and determined to push
across to Virginia City, where it was
reported silver had been discovered.
He arrived there before there had been
any|big discoveries or any rush of miners and adventurers to the spot.
After Mr.  Stevens had been in Virginia City for a   time   he   became acquainted with Comstock,  the original
owner of the location containing the
now famous lode.    Neither Stevens nor
Comstock had   any luck prospecting,
and the   latter   decided   to   leave  the
country.    He had an Indian wile m the
mountains, and wanted  to go  to her
Stevens owned a saddle horse which
had taken Comstock's fancy, and which
would help him to get away from the
"God-forsaken country" as he called it.
For this and $100 he agreed to sell his
his claim.    But Stevens had  no  faith
in the land ever paying and  refused to
buy at any price.    Comstock, who was
fairly wild to get the  horse and   move
away, pleaded with  his  friend  almost
*vlth tears in his eyes  for a good two
'hours, but Stevens remained  obdurate.
So Comstock  had   to stay or .bandon
his claim, but he held  to the first determination to leave at the first chance.
It was not  long afterward   that   a
speculator came over from  California
and offered him   $1000   for the claim.
Comstock jumped at   it, and   $1   was
paid down to bind the bargain.    A day
or two later, however,  silver in paying
quantities was  discovered on the land,
and the miners called a   rough  court
and decided that the deal  had not been
a fair one and   that  Comstock   should
have his land back.     A   few   months
later,     the    discoveries      apparently
amounting   to   little,   Comstock   sold
again for   $3000   the claim   that  has
since produced many millions.
A SPOKAN COMPANY
Incorporated to Work the Chicago
on Cody Creek.
Articles of incorporation  were filed
Tuesday by  the Slocan-Chicago  Mining   company,   says   the   Spokesman-
Review   of Wednesday.    The   capital
stock was  fixed at   1,500,000 shares of
the  par  value  of 25 cents  per  share.
The   incorporators   and    trustees   are
frank P- O'Neill, mine operator, Minnie B. O'Neill,  W. S. McCrea,  of M&
Crea & Merrvweather,  N. S.  Baldwrfi,
mining engineer,  and J. A.  Williams,
of Crow& Williams,  attorneys, all of
Spokan.    The headquarters of the company will be located in Spokan.
Mr. O'Neill, when asked concerning
the purpose of the incorporation, said:
"We expect to open up what we consider a very  promising claim  one mile
cast of Sandon, B. C and about a
mile south oi the Slocan Star mine.
Our property adjoins the Freddie Lee
mine and Cube Lode property. We
have four parallel veins and two lateral
veins. One of the parallel veins carries
the same character of ore as the Slocan
Star and is believed to be a continuation of that vein. The assays go 70
ounces in silver and 70 per cent led to
the ton. In the lateral veins, values
run as high as 300 ounces of silver and
65 per cent lead.
"Four tunnels are already opened up
on the property, 115. 80, 72 and 40 feet
long respectively.    There are open cuts
and  strippings of the veins that cost
more   than   the   tunnels.     We   have
secured  about 20 showings averaging
$100 to the ton,  and   altogether we
believe we have a promising investment.
We expect to have everything in shape
for operating the claim on a large scale
hy April.    We expect to make a shipping mine almost at the start.   A meet-
ng was  held  at the office of attorney
James  A. Williams, on  Thursday  last
for the  purpose of completing  the organization of the company.
PIONEER HOTEL
OF THE SLOCAN.
IF
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ROBERT CUNNING, Prop.
A Table that is Replete with the
Choicest Seasonable Viands.
Rooms: Large, Airy and
Comfortable.
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Special Attention to
the   Mining   Trade.
V
Since the runaway Occident by which
the K. & S. lost its express coach, that
important branqh of the business on
the overland has been transacted in a
box car. The fact that all eastern car
shops are crowded with work and unable to handle such a large order no
doubt accounts for the deficiency in
rolling stock.
Choose your drinks to suit the climate
Tom ,and Jerry is in style now at the
Kootenay.
folliottd McMillan
Contractors and Builders.
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FOR SALE.
A limited number of shares in
the  Similkamoen   Valley   Coal
Co,, Limited.   For further particulars apply to
W. W. FALLOWS.
Sandon, B. C.
DEALERS IN 1
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring: and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to Order.
-���.-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0->
Factory on Main Street
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filbert  Cafe.
Open Day and Night.
Best Meals in Town.
Consignments
neceived
Mvevp
Bap at
Milliamson'S"
fveeb fruit
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Everything Necessary to
Satisfy the Internal
Anatomy,
Mmevtcan and
European plan.
LLOYD & BENNETT,
PROPRIETORS.
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE.
No. 4 K. W. C. BLOCK, NELSON. B. C.
Gold, Silver-Lead rihI Copper mines wanted at the EXCHANGE.
FREE MILLING GOLD properties wanted for Eastern investors.
Parties having mining property for stile are requested to send samples of their ore to the
EXCHANGE for exhibition.
All samples should be sent by express PREPAID.
Correspondence solicited.   Address all communications to
Telephone No. M.   P. 0. Box, 700 ANDREW P. ROSENBEROER. Nelson, H. C.
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bargains in
footwear
In order to close out a few lines of GFNTLE-
MEN'S FINE SHOES we are offering
some great bargains.     Look in the Window.
Zouis toupperten.
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THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, NOVEMBER 16,
tT^FGUS0OV\Mnnual JBaUlThe Auditorium
sroations Tahen at Close Range
bi) a Man on the Spot.
(WRITTEN  FOR THE  PAYSTREAK  BY
JOHN  S.  MACKENZIE.)
Glasgow,    Oct.   29.���This   is   my
third visit to the exhibition and 1 have
Iherefore had   a  good   opportunity of
roing over the Canadibn exhibit, which
of course interested me most.    Canada
lakes the lead in  the colonial section,
with a pavilion of her own and a very
large space   in   the   Industrial  Hall.
Canadian industries are illustrated with
many  striking   exhibits   calculated to
impress upon the visitor the extent to
which our  Dominion  has   developed.
j Timber, of course, we expect to see and
j we are not  disappointed, but we were
struck with the numerous examples of
mineral which   prove   that   there  is a
, souce of wealth���perhaps   not yet fully
: appreciated���in the ground  as well as
f above it.    There is not much use of me
(Bating on Canada's timber,   as every
one knows   that   it is  exported to   all
parts of the globe and constitutes one
of her   most    important    sources   of
wealth.    Agricultural products are well
represented in every branch  and a con-
slant stream of visitors always  throng
the Canadian Pavilion.
Now a little about the   B. C. mineral
exhibit.    From what I hear it is not as
good as what was in Paris, and 1 think
that our  province  should   have   been
represented not only with  more minerals, hut should have  been  in charge of
some   first-class   "booster"   who was
thoroly posted on the mineral of British
Columbia.
However there  was  enough   to   let
people see that ore  does exist   in B. C.
The Lardeau was very well represented
and so was  the   Klondike.    I was surprised to find the  district around San
don   so   poorly   represented.    But for
indivual exhibits,   that   shown  of   the
Monitor & Ajax Fraction certainly was
a credit to the company and was greatly admired.
There was a  fine specimen of Klon
dike gravel in a large  glass bottle.    It
went $93 to the  cubic  foot.    Coal was
shown from  Sydney, Cape Breton, and
��� .v.���   Onphec and
OF THE SANDON MINERS'
UNION WILL BE HELD IN
^^^^     OF THE       ,vj^^���
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
Wfye "(Union 1ball
THANKSOIVING DAY
THURSDAY NOV. 28th
Good music toil, be fur-1 ��- -   j
nished and a pleasant eoen-L  retarq  Sand0��� Miners' Union
ing  is  promised.    Do not I sandon, B.C.	
miss the Annual Ball. It is
the social eoent of the sea
son.
Is the only hall in the city
suited for Theatrical Performances, Concerts, Dances and
other public entertainments.
For   bookings write or wire
Anthony Shilland,
H parable on
Advertising.
0nly a blind man could live
| in the Slocan and not read
tthe papstreak.
Should y^ur meanderings about I
this mundane sphere lake you to I
^Jou cannot not get away
[from it. It is like the beauti*
I fill snow���it goes everywhere.
Jt finds its way into every
human habitation in thexamp.
Neto Denoer
Remember that there is a hold
in a*   Lucerne   of  *����*:��
which pilgrims may enjoy all the
ImforisSfahomc.atpnci.son
par with the damage levied by
XSUestlKUOUtthedtstnc.
lhe   Idealistic  Scenery of thte
Bautv Spot in Nature's VUM.de
fend can  be best enjoyed from
the balcony of the
Sandon, B. C.
Barber
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AND BATH ROOMS
���jnnnnnf
Is the best Tonsorial  Estab
Hshment in the Slocan.
Rslmnral   Building  Main  Stj    Woman,  woman or  child
~~ in  the  Slocan   country ever
passes a week without seeing it
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"SSnc ��TBA*SHIP DBRARtMEK
Christmas Sailiugs to
England.
St. John to Liverpool.
���   ��� ���      Vnv  21. Numidian Nov. 30
Parisian, Nov. 23 ��u
1    ��� .��   Dec  7 Tunisian, Dec. 14
Ionian, yec, 7
   I Portland to Liverpool.
The cuisine su|��^��v~ j ~     "   . kvm *
The brooms a-   ^,  airy ,,ion Nov. 23, Cambroman Nov 30
and luxuriously ^nished  ^ Vancouver, Dec. 21.
Newmarket Hotel.
The cuisine supplied assays high.
The bedrooms are   large,  airy
and luxuriously furnished.    Tin
other accomodations  are  unex
celled   in   the   Slocan, and  the
brands of bottled comforters kept
in stock  are  health-giving and
soul-inspiring   when    taken   in
proper quantities.    The proprietor's name is
*  %  *
^Is an advertising medium
it is complete.
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Zhe papstreak
Zn from  Sydney. Cape Breton, and JjjMg! ��"
Nanaimo,lron ores from  O-ebee and        >��� ^.^ of North Amenca.
Nova Scotia and  <**"��*��*&   j***   -~   ���   """^   *"
Boundary country.   The KlonAk. gc��
slx,-,menSbelonging.otheU��nauan|
Bank of Commerce were cer.au.ly verx
interesting.
���midst    Scenery
Grandeur.
Halcuon Hot Springs
, Resident
Sanitarium."
Boating,
Fishing
l.Vr.Hll-Ul
Resident
Physician
The Recorder's office for the goat
River district has  been  removed
Kuskonook to Crestou.
A tin bearing ledge is beii^a^
ed near Barclay, Ontario. r
been struck worth $io-5�� Per lon'
Bernard Macdonald is J����PfX^
Dundee mine at Ym.r with  a vie
purchase for an English syndicate
The True Blue at Kaslo wUlsh**
the Hall  Mines   sineUei   tnu n_
W\ S. Drewry  recently closed
tract with that company.
Excursion ^ ^^i^��J   Nurse
Halcyon Springs, Arroto Lake B. C.
Terms, $15 to S18 per week,  according
to residence in Hotel or Villas
Its Baths cure all Nervous aijd Muscular Diseases.    Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and Metallic   Poisoning.
Boston to Liverpool.
ivernia, Nov. 23 Saxonia   Dec. 7
N England, Dec. 4      Uttomo. Dec. 21
New York to Liverpool.
r nv Nov  26 Etruia, Nov. 23
&��&* r;pfnr/��
��. ���   .:^  rw  d       Umbna, Dec. 7
Majestic, Dec. 4
Cymric Dec. 10        Lucama    Dec. 14
X   \L Dec  ii      Etruria, Dec. 21
Oceanic, uec. i�� �� ���
Teutonic, Dec. 18   Campania, Dec. 28
New York to Southampton.
HaverfordNov.27.P��h-.aDec4
St. Paul, Dec. H     St. Louis,   uec
North  German  Lloyd,   Hamburg
Packet Co., Holland American Red
Star French and Anchor lines on
application. For reservation of
bSh.. rates and complete information call or write nearest C P. K.
agent.
Can do something for you
that all the other papers on
earth combined cannot do.
It can introduce you and your
goods to every human being
in the Slocan.
Telegraphic   Communication with al
g       parts of the World.
Two Mails arrive and depart Every Day
Two Mans arnv�� �����.- --,
Sunday excursion rate good leaving Satur-I
day, returning Monday, *2.75. ' NelSOn,
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. S��mdon
j. S. Carter        E- <*- <** *���
D.P.A. A.G.P.A,,
B. 0.     Vancouver, B. 0,
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The Paystreak advertising
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$1*0Q pc1* montf)
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The Paystreak circulation
list is open to examination at
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MINING IN ONTARIO.
The  Production Shows a Healthy
Increase.
T. W. Gibson, director of the Ontario
Bureau of Mines, has prepared a statement showing the products of Ontario
mines for the first nine month of the
year. The returns show that the
mbtalliferous mines produced ores to
the amount of $2,882,003, compared
with $2,541,131 for the whole of the
year 1900, being an increase this year
of 48 per cent. The big increase is
largely in nickel and iron. In iron
there is the greatest increase.
Here is the statement of production
and the value of the minerals :���
Quantity.    Value.
Iron ore, tons    216,614 $   224,546
Pig iron, tons.'...    87,888    1,296,344'
Nickel, pounds 6,513,191
Copper, pounds...5,950,428
Arsenic, pounds...   975,054
Gold, ounces      11,008
Silver, ounces      98,200
Zinc ore, tons  400
A GRAND
HOLIDAY PRIZE
739.214
286,376
30.432
186.294
58.797
2,000
1001, H. No. 6.
IN THE SUPREME  COURT OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Between
William Hunter of Silverton B.C.
Plaintiff,
and
E. C. Weaver of Cascade, B. C.
Defendant.
IN CHAMBERS ^ Thursday  the
HIS HONOR JUDGE FORIN  >   7th day of
LOCAL JUDGE J Novemtar 1901
UPON HEARING the Solioitor for the
Plaintiff and upon hearing read the affidavit
of P. E. Wilson, filed.
1 It is ordered that service upon the defendant of the w it of Summons in this action
by publishing this order together with tho
notice hereon endorsed, once a week for four
weeks proceeding the Kith day of December,
1901, in the Paystreak newspaper published nf
Sandon, B. C. be deemed good and sufficient
service of the said Writ of Summons.
�� And it is further ordered that the said
defendant do enter an appearance to the said
Writ of summons in the office of the Registrar of this Ooii.1 s.l X'^lion. B.C., oner
before the said 16th day of December, 1901.
3.      And it is further ordered that the costs
of this application be the costs in the cause.
J. A. FORIN,
L.J.
Entered 14th Nov. 1901.
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This action is brought to have an account
taken of what i9 due the Plaintiff for principal, Interest and costs on the Mortgage
dated the 4th day of February. 1896, made by
the Defendant in favor of the Plaintiff to secure re-payment of the sum of (839.55 and in"
terest thereon at the rate of 12 per cent per
annum until paid, as follows���$100 on each of
the first days of March, April, May, June, July,
August and September, 1896, and the balance
on the first day of October. 1896, and being
upon Lot 4, Block 7, Map 567 in th* Town of
Three Forki in the Province of British Columbia, and that the mortgage may be enforced
by forceolose or sale.
P. E. WILSON.
Solicitor for the Plaintiff.
8.0, B.C.
Hunter vs Weaver
ORDER.
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