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iOOK V.
SANDON, APRIL 20 .901.
CHAPTER 29
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
Mi-,-. Mav Lyons is visiting in Ross-
ind.
R. ll. Trueman 's spending the week
Slocan lake points.
D. |. Robertson, the Nelson furniture
agnate, is in town.
Ward Macdonald was in town from
\ew Denver yesterday.
A. J. Passage ofthe K. & S. general
fcce, was in lown Friday
|The Balmoral   hotel    has  blossomed
It the with a spring awning.
J. K. Clark   of   New    Deliver   spent
-.(.-nil da\> id lown this week.
EThe chief of police is collecting dog
x from the owners sif pot canines.
I Mrs. Dr. Gomm  returned on Thurs-
v from si visit to  New Westminster.
-jimmy Wilks is organizing a miners'
Inion in the Lardeau country ihis
Teek.
W, 11. Vawkey of the Minnesota
lilver Company came  in on Tuesday
roin the east.
J, C. Winter is taking Albert Karr's
Race in Atherron's during lhe latter's
[hsence in Alberta.
li. F. Copeland of the K. & S. has
rone lo Victoria tor his heahh which
II late lias heen precariou-.
I Republic stock broke to 17 cents on
he Toronto, market Thursdav with no
foyers in sight at thai price.
Tho tare to Vancouver, Seattle, \ ie-
I'-ria and TacontH has been  reduced sm
Both   roads   to   $19.05.      To   Portland
iiq.85,
American Boy is hark toX'_ cents on
spokane market. No .trading is re-
lorted 611 the exchange. The output
m the mine is increasing.
There has been a change sif foreinan-
hip at the Payne. Foreman Lower
las been let out. ll is rumored that
joe Streit will sue  ted him.
The Silver Cit\   Lodge,   No.  *<) will
five a ball in lhe l'nion Hall on Friday
���'���ningnext,   the 26th.     A good   time
|- i rorriised to all who attend.    .
Jack McGuigan died in Portland Oil
. -'"ldayt as a result of his terrible tall
J" the Imperial hotel last week. Tom
__plcGuigan attended to the obsequies.
Noble Five has disappeared Irom the
Knokane   market   entirely.    This may
' taken td   mean   that   James  Dunsmuir has picked up   all lhe loose stock.
{Mr. and Mrs. George YVaite suffered
the loss of their infant daughter, who
died on Thursday. The funeral look
'place  on Friday to   the Sandon   ceme-
[lery.
Phe Slocan Star mill   i,s still running
by steam power.    On  the higher levels
[ihe snow lias   not    melted   much   and
���there is'still very  little   water  coming
(down.
Thos. Duffy intends going out of
business on the 1st pf the month. He
will spend ihe summer opening up
some of his mineral properties. The
management sif the opera house will be
turned over to Anthony Schilland, secretary ofthe Miners' Union.
The Cody Avenue sidewalk between
the K. & S. track and the Denver hotel
is badly disorganized. The city council might give it a little profitable attention.
It is rumored that the regular passenger service on the Spokane Falls &
Northern road is to be resumed. At
present only a mixed train is running
on that line,     .
It is reported that Sam Camp-Bell,
formerly agent for the K. & S. here,
has secured the position of chief train
dispatcher for the O. R. & N. at Portland, Oregon.
The Ivanhoe mill is running to its
full capacity this week with plenty of
water both for milling purposes and
power. Bv tonight this week's shipments will total 100 tons.
The fun has commenced at Victoria.
\. lv. McPhillips has bucked over the
traces and Dunsmuir is accusing other
colleagues of disloyalty. There's a
warm time coming in Victoria.
Lead Prices Slumping.
The London lead prices are the
lowest in many years. The latest
quotations give lhe price at ��12 2s bd.
Settlements from the Trail smelter,
which are made on London quotations,
less $19 a ton for freight and treatment
and $1 a hundred for shipment, have
been made during the, past week at
,��*i2 12s a ton, which reduced to dollars
and cents makes a settlement price of
$1.70 a hundred weight, from which
amount there is again deducted the
indirect charge of IO per cent for moisture in the ore. The slump in the
old country market is attributed to the
heavy shipments now being made to
Furope bv the American suu''_'r trust.
During the first 15 davs in April 4,200
of lead were exported from New Vork
for European points.
In   the   L'nited   States   the   price   of
A change of time on the K. &S.Rv. |��ttlemttit   was   cut   this week   from
s rumored   to take effect on   Mav   ist. '$4.00   to   $3.90   a  hundred.    The  cut
No   particulars   are   known   vet.     It is, was   simultaneous with the completion
Now, however, this will be changed
as all business may be transacted at
the suh office and the deputy recorder
will have power to act in any capacity
in which a recorder might serve.
The appointment of deputy recorder
has been awarded to James J. Godfrey,
who will open the office next week.
As the city is required to furnish the
.government with office room in the
city hall the record office will be located
there at a later date.
James J. Godfrey, the appointee, is
known to nearly everyone in the camp.
He has been in the Slocan since '95,
and is thoroly familiar with the business and conditions of the district. The
government made a good appointment
in awarding him the office.
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THE SITUATION AT ROSSLAND.
expected that (he Hill partv will be in
Snokane again today and the change is
likely to follow.
The Winnipeg Free Press has given
R. T. Lowerv a new character. According to that journal R. T. is a
prominent temperance ulvocate and
church member. The Winnine*? folk.
must have heen looking in the Colnel's
grip.
Albert and William Karr left here on
Thursdav morning for Innisfail, Aha.,
having received the distressing news
that their brother, David Karr, had
been murdered hv a brother-in-law,
Arthur Hioletta. The tragedy was the
result of a family quarrel.
Where will the 24th sif May celebration lake place this year? The Sandon Rink companv directors are figuring sin running an excursion to-Kaslo
o\) Empire Dav and a few of the more
enthusiastic firemen speak of getting
up a hose reel team for the occasion.
Work on the flume construction is
progressing rapidly. If lhe timber
which has been ordered from Nakusp
arrives prompt lv the work will be completed by the ist sif may. So far the
flow of water is not great enuf to inconvenience the workmen. Alex McMillan is in change of construction.
Hospital News.
of the deal by which lhe Guggenheims
came into the combine. The trust now
controls the entire lead smelting business of the United Stales and Mexico
as well as having a prettv good cinch
on the South American production thru
the   Guggenheim   stacks in  Chili  and
eru,
Until   the   refining   business is
developed in Canada the trust is also
master of the situation in this country
as the Canadian smelters must ship
their matte to L'nited Stales points for
refining.
Considering these   circumstance the
Slocan    mine    owners   are    nervously
watching   the lead
markel#in
Kurope.
If the trust succeeds in breaking the
London price much lower the margin
of profit will be wiped out and manv of
the properties not carrying high silver
values will be forced lb suspend operations. In Fast Kootenay ihe St.
Fugene.and Lake Shore properties at
Movie have closed aud the Gooderh.im-
Blackstock people say thai the mines
will not be opened again until prices
advance.
A SUB RECORD OFFICE.
Harry Payzant, the typhoid fe\er
patient, whose recovery was dispaired
of a few days ago, is now improving
rapidly.
Herbert Payzant and Johnny Black,
the other typhoid patients, are able to
be down stairs and will soon be out.
Thomas   Barber  from Three   Forks,
came   in   on    Wednesday   with   pneu-
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moma.     "is case is not serious.
Robert Cooper, Frank Stack, Kin-
gold Gale and Frick Hansen were discharged this week,
Will   be   Opened   in   Sandon Next
Week.
The provincial government in this
week's Gazette, gives notice that a sub
record office will be established in
���Sandon.
Previously Mr. E. M. Sandilands,
Mining Broker, has held the privilege
to sell miners' licenses and take affidavits of location and assessment, bul
no properly authorized record office has
ever been established here, altho 75 per
cent sif the mining business of the
Slocan division centres on Sandon.
Strike Has not Been Declared there.
Union is Being Discriminated
Against. Foreigners being Imported from Tomer.
Rossland, B. C, April lq. [Special to
The Paystreak)- Rumors that a strike
is on here are unfounded. No men
have heen called out and the situation
is the same as before the last vote was
taken in the Union, a week ago Monday.
Union men are being discriminated
against al the mines. Fifty were discharged from the War Fagle, Centre
Star and Le Roi during the past week.
A party of six Austrians from Tower,
Minnesota, arrived last Monday evening. When interviewed by the secretary ofthe union they claimed lo have
heen hired to work in the Rossland
mines. They were prevailed on to
turn back and left again for Tower on
Tuesday morning. There is a systematic movement sin foot to secure thisclass
of labor for the mines here. It is said
that there are more Austrians to follow
in the near future. If they arrive and
persist in remaining there certainly will
be serious trouble in the Kossland camp.
Feeling is intense here, but il is not
likely that any move will be made in
the immediate future. Business men
and citizens generally do not take kindly to the idea of substituting organized
Canadian labor with cheap foreigners,
but the mine owners evince a determination to play their policy thru and
spare no effort to destroy the union.
The Crow's Nest Southern bill has
passed the committee stage at Ottawa
and will no doubt go thru the third
reading without further opposition.
Provision is made in the bill that Canadian coal and coko consumers shall
have first claim on the output ofthe
mines, and the American market can
only be supplied after Canadian smelters have had their orders filled.
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;M THE PAVSTREAK, SANDON,  B. C, APRIL 20.
To Enlarge Bonnington Falls Plant
L. A    Campbell,   manager   for   the
West Kootenay   Power  &.   Light company, has returned  from  the east after
an absence of   two   months,   says the
Rossland Miner,  and   makes the   im-
partant announcement   that he   has let
the contract   for the  machinery necessary for the extension   of  the  plant at
Bonnington   Falls     to   12,000    horse
power.    A portion of the new plant will
be in operation   in about   ten  months.
Some idea of the size of the plant may
be formed when it is known that it will
weigh 1,400,000 pounds.
A cable despatch says the amount
spent in alcoholic and non-alcoholic
drinks in England in 1900 totalled
$667,607,215. In Scotland $71,527,
300. In the United States the amount
spent was $1,228,647,925. This may
enlighten ��� hundreds of thousands of
citizens of each country who are wondering where their winter wages went.
The scheme adopted by the Government to take a new century census
seams to be coated with trouble. The
fact is there are too many questions,
including a number which citizens are
justifiably careful in answering. It is
safe to conclude that the recording
angel has been working overtime in
entering up untruths aud prevarications since the census man started
around.
"In Union there is strength," remarked the moralizer, as he approached
the free lunch department and applied
some mustard to a cheese sandwich.
"Oh, 1 don't know," rejoined the
bar-tender, as he took a quart hoi tie
that was half-full of whiskey and filled
it up with water.
Landlady���The strong should help
the weak.
Boarder���But how is the butler
going to do anything for the tea?
 mg.	
The Western Labor Union meets in
Denver, Colorado, on May 27th. The
W\ F. of M. convention will be simultaneous with that of the W. L. U.
LOST.
A 44 Hopkins & Allen Revolver
Finder can secure a reward of
$5 by leaving same at the Union
Hotel.
NOTICE.
One  aorrell borne   branded LP. on   right
stifle.   Weight about .XX) lbs, age about 8 years
height about 14 hands, bald face, collar and
saddle marki.   Now impounded, apply to
WM. STUBBS,
Chief of Police, Sandon, B. C.
Notice of Dissolution.
The Auditorium
OFTHE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
orrinrtr
Parties desiring to hook 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 lo dancing parties or
travelling companies.
Stranger
Gale's Barbslp
AND BATH ROOHS
Is the best Tonsorial   Establishment in the Slocan.
Balmoral Building Main St.
The Union Cigar
Store.
PIPES TOBACCOS
CIGARS.
All  Kinds of Smokers
Sundries.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership formerly existing between Stocfcer &
Gardner, of the Miners' Restaurant has been
dissolved. All debts due��the firm must be paid
to Joseph Stocker, who will continue the business. All debts contracted by the firm previous to the 6th inst. will he paid by him.
JOSEPH STOCKER.
MARTIN GARDNER.
Thos. Duffy, Prop,
PAINTING
DECORATING
SIGN WRITING
PAPER HANGING
Figures and estimates
cheerfully furnished for all
jobs.   ���
Booth & Robinson,
Reco Ane. Sandon
Should y..ur meanderings about
this mundane sphere take you to
Neto Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne sif America at
which pilgrims may enjoy all the
comforts of a home, al prices on
a par with the damage levied by
other houses thruout the district,
'lhe 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 hedrooms are large, airy
and luxuriously furnished. The
other accomodations are unexcelled in the Slocan, and the
brands sif bottled comforters kept
in stock are health-giving and
soul-inspiring when taken in
proper quantities. The proprietor's name is
Henry Stege.
The
Art
Piano
of
Canada.
Heintzman Co
MAKERS,
TORONTO. ONT.
Thos,   Duffy,
AGENT,
SANDON - - B. C.
Certificate of Iiiiprovements.
NOTICE.
SAMPSON, NKW SPRtNGFIKI.lt. WONDERFUL FRACTION. I. X ti. FRACTION
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate   in   the   Slocan Mininc   Division   of
VVe.t Kootenay District.    V. here located
Creek,  about 2 to if miles west
On Miller i
of Sandon.
TAKE NOTICE that I, A. I'.* Heyland
Free Miner's Certificate No. it'lK.*...*. acting
as agent for Miller Creek Mining Company,
Free Miner's Certilicate No. B88,861, Intend
sixty days from date hereof, to apply fco the
Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of improvements for the purpose of Obtaining a Crown
errant of the ahove claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must he commenced hefore the
issuance of audi Certificate of Improvemts.
Dated this 16th day of March. lOfil,
A- It. HEYLAND.
NOTICE.
NOTICE of the ordinary annual  meetim* nf
shareholders of the  Noble Piv2  _</  B r
dated    Mining   and    Milling    Com
Limited.
lpany,
OTICE  TS HEREBY (JiVKN THAT THE
thYcompany a7"pre7oribe.i<bvl,'th��Uv,15?f1Lof
including the election of officer     6 ''���V-I'ivvs,
SECOND.   To act on any of l,��� hU8lneo ,.   f
may come hefore the meeting        -""WW uiat
JAMES DrNSMH It. President
GEO.B.McDONAJdj.s,,,.^;;;
Dated this llth day of April, 190]
E. A. BROWN, MJ.
Underground Surveys
and Examinations. De>
velopment and Assess*
ment Work. Surveys
and Estimates made (or
Tramways.
Virginia Block, Sandon, B.C
A. F. & A. \|,
alta Lodge no. _>.,.
Regular ('(mununicaHon  held flnt Thi
���!jiv  in each month in MfUonic HrI| at %v.]
Sojourning  Im-them  are  cordially invir_.nl
attend, *       "***,
A  B  IXH'KSTEADKR.SMrttHn
F, L. Christie,
L.     La       li.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK   -   SANDON
Sandon Cartage Co,
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON
Express, Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery to all   Parts ��>t" tin City.
Esta'dished   IMS.
E. M. SANDILANDS.
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stocks Imiiuht  and sold.   Gen-
ernl    agent    for   slocan   P-ropertiw
Promising   I'rosjrects  for  Snlc
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $i jut month ; Privaif-
patients, $2 per day, exclusive a
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Dru^s.
Open To Tin-: Public.
DE. W. EC. OOMM.   Attendant Phy-dctaii
MISS S. L. CHISHor.M, Matron
I. H. Mc N'KIIJ.. Pre*. Hospital Board
W. L. HAGLHE, Beoretsry.
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS
SANDON LOPGE NO. -M
Meets in Crawford's Hull every U>liit*��
day Evening. Visiting Brethern cordial'.'
Invited io  attend.
ANTHONY SCHILLAND, C.C.
DAVID I.KITCH.K.K. S
SILVER CITV LODGE NO. 39;
I.   O.   O.   F.
Meetings in the Union Hail every ^"���j''
Evening at 7'ajO. Visiting Brethern co��di��--J
invited to attend.
A. J. BLANCH, NO
OKO. WAITE, R. CUNNISO,
"Secretary. Vice Utroni- THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 20,
KEEP A-GOING.
jl* you strike a thorn or rose,
Keep A-goin'1 .
jl ii hails or If it snows,
Keep a-goin'!
iTainl no use lo sit an' whine
When lhe lish ain't on your line ;
Bail your hook an' keep on iryin'
Keep a-goin'!
IVheii lhe weather kills your crop,
Keep a-goin'!
jlVln.11 vou tumble from the top,
Keep a-goin'!
pose you're out o' every dime,
lettin' broke ain't any crime���
fell tlu- world you're feelin prime !
Keep a-goin'!
hen it looks like all is up,
Keep .t-goin'!
[r;ii;i lhe sweetness from the cup,
Keep a-goin'!
re the wild birds on lhe wing !
.-ar the bells lhat sweetly ring !
Phen you Feel like sighin', sing !
Keep a-goin'!
THE VILLAGE CHOIR.
[tall" a bar, half a bar,
I lalf a bar onward !
Into an awful ditch,
Choir and Precentor pitch,
i 11 ti** a mess of pitch,
They led the Old Hundred.
(Yehles to the right of them,
���nors to the left of them,
!>,inn,.s in front of I hem,
Bellowed and thundered.
Oil !   That Precentor's look
LVIien the sopranos took
heir ow n time and hook
From the Old Hundred.
reeched all the trebles here,
Boggled the tenors there,
Raising the parson's hair,
While his mind wandered ;
heirs not to reason win ���
his psalm was pitched too high ;
heirs but to gasp and cry
Oul the Old Hundred.
Trebles to right sif them,
tenors lo lett of them,
lassos in front i>f them,
Bellowed and thundered.
IPtormed thev with shout and yell,
Nol wise they sang, nor well,
'lowning the sexton's bell,
While the cluuvh wondered,.
[Dire the Precentor's glare,
plashed the pitchfork in air,
(Sounding fresh keys to bear
Out the Old Hundred.
iSwiitl\ he turned his back,
Keach'd he his hat from rack,
I hen from the screaming pack
Himself he sundered.
(Tenors to right of him,
(Trebles to left of him.
Discords behind him,
Bellowed and thundered,
[Oh, the wild howls they vvrot ;
Right to the end they fought !
Borne tune they sang but not,
Not the Old Hundred.
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THE   BIG   STORE.
A Word to tho People of Sandon and Vicinity.
Having taken stock and cleaned up generally, we find in our several
departments a surplus, such  as   Shoes,   Underwear,  Dress  Goods  and
Men's Clothing.    To those who delight in obtaining bargains and good
values for fine new up-to-date goods a visit to the store will amply repay
em.    In our
QROCEKY DEPARTHENT We have an over stock of fine staples and
will for the next  month make ample reductions.
NEW SPRING GOODS for all departments are on the way ot which
due notice will be given of arrival. Do not fail to come n and see
us or write if out of town.
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I will return to Sandon in
the course ofTE.*] DAYS
and will be at the studio
in tho
MINIG   REVIEW   BUILDING
R. H. Trueman,
Sandon and Vancouver.
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Contractors and Builders.
DEALERS IX j
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Joint Finishing* Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on   Hand to Order.
-:-JOBBLNG PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0->
Factory on Main Street
Ship YourTrophies sif the Chase to
Harry W. Edwards,
TAXIDERMIST
Revelstoke,    B. C.
He will stuff and mount in good
style any Bird, Beast, Reptile or Fish
that you can present. Vou do llie killing.    We do the rest.
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i THE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON,  B. C, APRIL 20,
The Paystreak.
Putdwhed Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest, White
Metal Camp on Garth.
Operated in the interests of the Editor,
Subicription    -   -    -    -   $2.00 a year.
Strictly in advance.
Specimens Shipped on Suspicion.
William MacAdams,    -   Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, APRIL 20,  1901.
We congratulate Mayor Pitts on
his resolve to retire. We believe that
the most sensible thing he can do
under the circumstances is to hand in
his resignation at the next regular
meeting of the city council. We do
not see how he can gain anything by
holding the office longer, and we do
not see how the city can lose anything
by his retirement.
-.__^___^_���______________���________M_M����M��_^M_M_��-ii_^_MMMaM_i.i_^_M��-MM����MM_�����i���^.w^i ��� .���. .-. ��� -      ���.i mmmm-mm*
The city council has decided to
consolidate the offices of chief of police
and chief of the fire department and cut
down the city salary list by letting out
the other man. This means that the
services of Chief Stubbs will be dispensed with. The city council should
have done this long ago. Chief
Stubbs is an expensive luxury and the
oiity needs the money.
A London dispatch says that the
Duchess of Marlboro was dreadfully
upset by the deed of a man sitting
next to her at a roulette table at Monte
Carlo. He stabbed himself thru the
heart. The duchess promptly left
Monte Carlo to join Lady Sarah Wilson in Paris."
That settles it. We always had
it put up that the duchess was a chub-
ber. No real sport would quit a good
game on account of such a trifling
incident.
Ritchie, Vallens, Davis or any other
tobacco plutocrat undertakes to ante
pew rent, devout Methodists will grab
the collection plate away and let the
the golden simelons roll in the dust
along whh the cigarette stumps and
old chews.
Now that the city council has
decided that Chief Stubbs' usefulness
has gone, and Mayor. Pitts has decided that his own usefulness has gone,
it is about up to "Judge" Lilly to ask
for his time. A burlesque municipal
administration is expensive and aggravating and there is no further reason
why this community should be made a
fool of by its slot machine city clerk.
If Mr. Lilly don't feel disposed to resign the council should make one job
of the whole thing and give him notice
to quit along with the balance of the
piece. This town is too poor to afford
the luxury of a Pitts-Stubbs-Lilly form
of government and the sooner the
whole outfit is made scarce around the
city hall the better for the community.
The Duke of Cambridge is handling the patriotic fund in England.
According to his say so there are 2500
widows, 3000 orphans and 1600 other
relatives left destitute in the old country by the loss of their supporters in
the South African war. As the government which uses these men while
alive does not provide for the widows,
orphans and a^>ed parents when the
soldiers are dead, the duty devolves on
Cambridge's patriotic fund, which is
hugely inadequate. That is to say,
the families of the heroes who died in
Chamberlain's African folly are to be
made the victims of ostentatious charity, and their chances are good to
starve when the war fever subsides.
This is a phase of war which is not
heralded by booming guns, martia'
music or the splendors of triumphial
parade.
If this city is too poor to pay its
honest debts, how can it afford to keep
such marks as Wm. Stubbs and W. H.
Lilly on its payroll ? That's what the
ratepayers want to know, and Mayor
Pitts prefers to resign rather than
answer the question.
W. H. Lilly in his great subpoena
act should be made the subject for a
character sketch in one of Gilbert &
Sullivan's extravaganzas. His pyrotechnic absurdities would garnish the
Mikado. When it comes to farce-
comedy "Judge" Lilly is simply a
lullapalusa.
W. W. Baer, a Methodist preacher who has the misfortune to live in
the Victoria district, smokes. For
this diversion some of his dearly beloved brethern of the cloth undertook
to discipline him. There are several
technicalities mixed up in the case
which make it difficult for a nonprofessional to savy, but it seems that
after being referred back and forth
from one clerical court to another the
case���in the particular of principle at
least���has been decided against the
smoking parson.
This seems a rather narrow version of the broad, free and enlightened
Christianity of which we hear so much
now-a-days, but of course these self-
appointed judges are theologians by
trade and should know by intuition
just where Christ stands on the tobacco
question. Having declared themselves
on this matter it will now be in order for
consistent exponents of Methody to
refuse to accept contributions from
cigarette fiends, tobacco chewers and
others addicted to the use of the fragrant narcotic. To follow their consistency thru they should also keep
Methodist boys and girls from McGill
as W. A. Macdonald's tobacco money
permeates the structure from mudsill
to stringer ; and then when the Mc-
Alpin crowd  or  the Tuckett  folks  or
The Provincial government made
a good move when it provided for a
sub recording office in Sandon. This
is the central mining camp of the
Slocan. The mines are here. The
shipping i done from here. The mining companies have their headquarters
here and the miners, mine owners and
mine managers live here. If the government had moved the division record
office here and made New Denver a
sub office it would have done the right
thing. Failing this, it did next best.
In awarding the appointment of deputy
recorder to James J. Godfrey the government placed its affairs in good
hands.
ACCORDING to the Coast dispatches, no tenders have been received for
the Coast to Kootenav road. The
"Railwav Wanted" ad in   the Colonist
0
was a frost. This brings the government tc a show down. By the cards
in sight the hand looks like this : Mr.
Dunsmuir wants the railway built by
the C. P. R. so that he can sell his
island road to the big monopoly to
complete the system. Victoria people
want it built by the V. V. & E. outfit,
which they fondly hope will side track
Vancouver and make headquarters at
the island city. Vancouver has the
geographical advantage and wants the
road built by the government so that
each town will get a square deal on its
merits. The government has now got
to declare itself and it can't please
everyone. If it declares for the C. P.
R. it will have the Victoria electors
forming vigalance committees. It' it
declares for the V. V. & E. Dunsmuir is cold-decked. If it declares for
government ownership it plays into
Fighting Joe's hand. It matters little
which side the government takes there
is trouble in sight. Meantime, Joe
Martin is standing pat for government
ownership and he has John Houston,
Bob Green and other independents
voting the same ticket. There will be
some interesting developments at \ io*
toria in a few days.
Andrew G. Blair has given *���
$4,000,000 order for rails to Clergue ol
Sault Ste. Marie. The rails will be
used on the Intercolonial. Canadian
miners will mine this iron. Tlie C. �����
R. and Canadian Northern rails are
made in Pittsburg. Score another tor
Blair and the Intercolonial. He's all
right.    So's the Intercolonial. THE I'AVSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 20,
SHOREY'S FAMOUS
.-*$**$
?s
Waterproof -- Clothing.[
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
-Shorey' Rigley Waterproofs=
The most stylish and comfortable rain
proof garments made. Guaranteed to keep
the wearer dry under any circumstances.
Mo TAain Can penetrate a Tiliglep
Just the Thing for the Moist Spring Weather.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
a?*
i
E. R. ATHERTON CO., LTD.
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HmSziius&ae,
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CLEAN YOUR
WALLS WITH
p. Burns & Co.
fflttralo
a dry powder which is ready for
use when mixed with water. The
cheapest and most durable w^all
finish ever produced. We have it
in various tints.   Also
KALSOMINB
PAINTS
OILS
GLASS ETC.
%b. 3Bpev$ & Co,
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FRESH AND CURED
MEATS.
wyirraraTnnnr
KASLO.
SANDON.
NELSON.
POULTRY, FISH AND
OYSTERS.
V2-^2*^2-?Wv2-^4VVi^I-?<K^2^
MARKETS IN ALL THE  PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA THE  PAYSTRKAK,  SANDON,  B. C, APRIL  20,
A Handij Man.
Call at the
In a small   villiage   away   up   in the   RgCO       BarbCr        ShOD
Parry Sound district a   traveller  asked i
AM)
Bath Rooms.
Parry
the landlord it'there was a watchmaker
in the village.
"Well, there   ain't    what  you might
call a regular watchmaker in the town,   p0r a Sttjlish  haircut Or a
clean sliaoe or Shampoo.
hut Joe Garget*)* is a mighty handy
chap; he can do most anything. I'd
advise you to see Joe."
He did so, Inn   Joe   happened   to be
out.     He   asked    Mrs. Joe    if she  thot;
her husband could fix a   watch.
"I f^uess he kin. He kin jest turn I
his hand lo mos' anythiif. Joe's a j
blacksmith by perfession. He cooked
in a shanty last winter an' he done
carpenterin' an' paintin* in the spring.
Joe lectured on temperance ter a while,
till he got a chance to run a stationery
injine fur a month. He quit that lo
hang wall paper and dig a cellar.
Then he got a job lavin brick at the-
new Method) church at two dollars a
day. At nights, when lie ain't .busy,
he fixes clocks, sewin' mashines, sharpens knives, scissors and razors, leaches
sing in' class in t' school house three
nights a week. Joe ain't 'zlactly maid
up his mind, but he 'lows to practis'
median else gsi to preachin* nex' fall.
He's a mighty handy man to have
'round the place,   mv Joe is."
ns. hall.
Tonsorial  Artist.
IVANHOE  HOTEL
Ma
m.m
���/*>
Just received a brand
new stock of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
etc. Will be pleased
to have old customers
cal! and give them a
trial. Certain to
please and always
welcome.
Sandon Chop rlouse.
AM) LUNCH COUNTER.
Q. H. MURHARD, Proprietor.
MEALS, 25 CENTS.
All   the   Delicacies   of the   Season Seroed.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Eoerijthinci NetD, Neat, Clean and Tastij.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon.
RENTS COLLECTED
I Ut rict A sunt ! i. r The (��� rent
West    Life  Assurauee   Uo,
\\ Innipeg, Mini.
Grimmett lli<M-k. Reeo A*.
AOEN r KOH
fi*
A Gentle Hint.
A certain  youthful   billiard   marker
was recently informed by his employer
that he would have to be more careful
in the matter of chalk.
"Can't help it, sir' replied the marker. "I knows the gents wot pockets
the chalk. But they're regular customers, and you wouldn't like me to
offend 'em, would you sir?"
"Well, no," was the reply, "bul you
could give 'em a gentle hint, you
know."
The marker promised to do so, and a
day or two later, on observing a player
pocket a piece of chalk, he approached
the culprit and asked :
"You'll excuse me, sir, but are you
connected in any way with the milk
trade ?"
"Well, yes," was the reply. "What
of it?"
"1 suspected so," rejoined the marker, "bv the amount of chalk you carry
away. My boss likes enterprise and he
told me to give you a hint that if you
wanted a bucket of water now and
again you could have one with pleasure !"
It is now suspected that the Bores,
during the peace negotiations with
General Botha secretly accumulated a
a supply of last ditches.
NOTICE.
I have taken  over the  saloon
business of the Brewery  Hotel
and will  not  be responsible  for
any debts contracted by the for- j
iner holders,  Fisher & Kraeken- j
berg.   Signed j
ANTON FISCHER.
Richard   Orando.
\1. L.  Grimmett,
L.   L.  B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC,  ETC.
SANDON,
B. C
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
C. M.  BIGNEY.
-*���*.���*���*.
Manufacturer?, oi
Carbonated Drinks
of all  kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON.
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Saddle   Horses
%   FOR HIRE.   ^
We have a string of trood
Saddle Horses for hire at
regulation rates.
ALL
\ Reliable Stock.
F. C. PORTER-I
Reco Avenue.
I'li'Miiv. of Hart for.I. ('onn
j'itciiii' Coast Fire Insurai Co
iiiipiri.i I K.._-i-'i\ i '��mi��n\
Tin' I'"minion ..I Canaan Guursntc
nnd Accident Insurance Company,
S'urw toll Fire In sura urn Ho
Couuect loul Insurance I
oi Hartford,
.Kt na Fir* 1 iinura nci I i mpa i
���fames ���}. (Bodfrep.
Mines, Iiiccstments and Insurance.
SANDON BRITISH COLUMBIA
\
ARE YOU A GROCERY EATER?
��� __���__-!_���! HIM ��� miHf ���>wm  *. mwh-MI
As wo arc buying our goods on a c..nIi
basis we can give you the benefit ofthe
discount.   We carry a full stock of
Fancy Groceries, Vegetables,
Fruits,       Candies,        Nuts.
CANNED MEATS,        TEAS and COFFEES.
Which we will sell at Reduced Rates.
We guarantee all  our goods to be the   best   that
money can buy.    We receive regular shipments of
Fresh Eggs, Hazelwood Creamery Butter,
Wisconsin,   Swiss   and    Limtierger
Cheese, McLaren's Cheese, Canadian Cheese.
All kinds of fresh green vegetables alwavs in stock.
Just Received a Carload ofOkanagan Vegetables.
You can Save Money by Buying From Is.
Try It.
Stein Bros., Sandon
THE PROSPECTORS' EXCHANGE.
No. 4 K. W C. BLOCK, NELSON, B. C
REE M1LUM- GOLD properties wanted for Garten. Investors.
Parties having mining pro Dertv t i , ,���..   ... ,r��tot��"
PVf,u . .,.,.,,.        , .. ...   '    '   "���> ���"' sale arc requested bo send sainplesoi fclieir or*
EXCHANGE for exhibition.
All samples should be sent by express PREPAID
Correspondence^solicited.   Address all communications to
Telephone No. 24.   P. 0. Box, 700 ANDREW p  ROSENBEROBR, Nelson  B. & II
PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 20,
CITV COUNCIL,
Gomm  very strenuously objected, and
I it was finally   de< ided   thai   the   nun
I'itii Will BuMd the/Flume 8tld Carnj   should gel   lhe  full amount.    Against
on  the Scaoetiging ' Business. ; these items of expense  the city  will
Aid. Cameron toatlts to  put the  have the month's collections, amount-
Kibosh on "Hook Shop" Dances  'nii ln ^7S*
Held in Saloons. Police Force After settling this matter and talking
11 ill be Cut Down. Mayor Pitta a K����d deal about how lhe affairs of the
Mil Reaignat the next Regular city U:iin should be transacted, Aid.
Meeting. Cameron moved  and  Aid.   Lovatt sec
onded thai .1 man be employed to do
\\ the city council meeting on Mon- the work, which motion was carried,
day evening there was a full attend- ��� Aid. Lovatt moved and Aid. Gomm
;,ikt. The firsl business to come be- | seconded, lhat Geortje VVaite be offered
the members was the matter of ] the job of handling the city team at $90
building the flume. When Platl Bros. ;i month. Carried,
threw up the contract which was aw- The health inspector was authorized
arded them lasl week, new tenders to order householders to clean up their
tverc called for on revised specifications back yards and other premises and the
which provided for piling instead of city team will be employed on this
posts resting on cross --ill-.    There was   work.
. il\ one tender submitted, that  of J.B. j     As the councillors are being continu-
Lawson, who  offered   to construct  the   allv besieged bv   parties   with  a tale of
woe, Ahl   Cameron   suggested   lhal .ill
parties having grievances  of any kind
had no pile  driver   immediately   avail-1 against the  city administration should
llume according   lo   these plans for the
sum of $1100.     It    transpired   that he
ihlv- and u ow\s\   therefore
iiiiiu'iuiiiij   constiiia*i.Mi.
be required ro submit the same in
writing before the council will dt--.il
wile them. This rule will be followed
in future.
A petitio 1 was submitted from Robt.
Jalland and others residing on Cody avenue requesting the city authorities to enforce the  fire bvlaw   and   to   clear i lu-
street in   that   section   of   tlu   town ol
buildings.    As the fire Inlaw feature of
ie inside   was   \o he   planked up four 1 the petition had   alread\ been acted on,
u   no bottom will be put in.    This   no move   was  made  in   regard to that
ilin.il   was  staled,   would   save   the   matter, bul  the  question   of buildings
i'i!y   two   or   three   hundred   dollars,   on    the   road   attracted     considerable
considering   the   matter in all its   attention.      IV   j.   McLaughlin   has a
phases the council decided lhal the eih I hotise which   is   situated   partly on tbe
K. & S. right of waj and partly on lhe
street.     Dr. Gomm   said   tli.u   the citv
-e lime in
1 onsider-
ing this circumstance the council, on
motion of T. B. Rolliott, seconded by
Dr. Gomm, rejected Mr. Lawson's
contract.
Aid. Kolliott, for the board of works,
then submitted .1 new plan which called
'"i mudsills laid lengthwise of the
llume, on which the studds would rest.
ould profitably undertake the construction "i the llume, and the mat ter was
li'U in the hands of  lhe board of vv orks
u-ii 1
liru .is prompt l\ as  possible.
should move this house, and Aid. Mcdonald said the city had no power to
do so.    The council ihen indulged in a
W in. VValmsle),   who   has   had  the
l)   scavenging   contract, nave notice i little ancient history for a few moments,
mid he would   like to   he released from   discussing as   to   jusl   where  the road
be same.    The terms under which Mr.   allowance was and   when the road was
|v\aliTisle\ held tbe   contract   were that i built.     When eailed to a point of order
[he should have 'the use of the citj learn   -Dr.  Gomm   moved   and    Aid.    Lovatt
���lUu should  receive   $50  a    month for   seconded thai the city clerk be instruct-
"0,nS  the   scavenging    work.      The   ed to write D. J. McLaughlin   request-
'������tyor pointed oul that  if the city took   ing him    lo   move   his   house   bfl    the
l,,erthi business   it   would   cost  $30 a*  street.    The   motion   was   carried.     It
''���'"���h to feed the   team, Siio wages for ' lhe request is nol complied with further
'to  do the   work, and   lhal   the   action will   be   taken   thru   the proper
1-- unj wagon were in a bad slate   legal channels.
Against this   the cily  would I     Aid. Cameron called   the attention of
erivv a revenue of 875  a month from   the council to   the bad   state of part of
mg    lees   and   would    ha\e   the    lhe    cribbing    near    lhe   power   house,
'fie cily team on municipal work. I which   could be  cheaply    repaired just
motion   was   carried     thai    Mr. I now, bul   might   he  an   expensive job
���misley be released from his contract,   later on.    The   matter  was  left in tbe
"'iiK'il also   promised to take oxer ' hands of the board of w orks.
month's   business   and to pay him       Mr.   Cameron   then   submitted   this
���5 l(*r   the   half-month's   feed  for   the j resolution ;   "That   any and all persons
lm> and the   wages of  two men who | possessing a hotel license   and   holding
'-lv'e been employed on the job for four   what   we  call  a   "hook   shop'-  dance
"'���-* "v       rhere   was   some   question | shall    forfeit    their     license    as   hotel
Ml" _���������*-��� wages to be paid the   men as i keepers."     Mayor Pitts and Dr. Gomm
ie chibl   had   employed   them without    objected that  this was   a   mailer which
Uaung terms. Last month Mr. Walms-   should be   left   in   the   hands of tbe
j> P-"d $5 a   night   but   for   the four   license commissioners.    It was pointed
'.-     ley  were   employed   during   this   out that the dances  were   not legal and
some of the aldermen wanted to   an information   had only  to   he   laid to
K'm oil   at   $3.50, to   which    Dr.    shut them   up.     The   motion   was put,
however, and lost, only Cameron and
Mcdonald supporting  it.
Dr. Gomm proposed thai the two
offices of chief of police and chief of the
lire department be consolidated and
that the police force be cut (.lown by
dispensing with the other man. Aid.
Lovatt supported the idea.
Mayor Pitis said that such a thing
was   no)   practicable ;    thai   lhe cily
positively needed tWO men, lhat the
chief of   police   could not    very  well   be
chiel of ihe fire department also, and
for numerous other reasons the scheme
w as not   feasible.
The motion was then put that the
t um offices be consolidated, the consolidation to take place on the ist ot the
month. Aldermen Gomm, Lovatt,
Folliott and Duff) supported it, with
Cameron and Mcdonald againsi it.
Mr. Lovatt then tried to bring down
a motion that Neil M> lunes be recommended for the appointment, but the
mayor bucked and snid no such resolution would go on the minute book
while be w as in the chair.
Lovatt then broi the attention of the
council lo the lack of .1 municipal safe.
He said thai the city should order
one immediately and suggested that
the mavor and chairman of each committee be appointed a committee lo
look into the matter and decide o\] a
sale.
The mavor begged to be excused.
He said it was bis intention al the next
regular meeting to hand in his resignation as mavor of the cily of Sandon.
Mr. Lovatt then suggested himseli
as a member of the safe-purchasing
committee and the committee was appointed, but no powers to purchase
wa re delegated.
Council then adjorned.
��� . , ..-_va. -    - - m-\.-*T-ymtrwrw��-jmnX!MVcfr:
MOVING!
A
MOVING!
A "
We arc moving a part oi
our lanre stock ol
Furniture
to Nelson. We will hold in
our Sandon warehouse a lull
line of
House Furnishings
Which we will   Dispose   of at
Moving  Prices.
D.J. Robertson & Co.
Eat   Oranges   and  be
Happy.
We have:::
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In great variety and
abundance at
WILLIAMSON'S
The Most Complete   Health   Resort on
the Continent of North America.
Situat .-il     'no l-t     Sonnery    I'nri vailed     for
(. rami.'in*.
Halcyon Hot Springs
gas* Sanitarium.^!:"
Kxiuiai.iii una >ur.-*>
Halcyon Sprinqs, Arroto Lake, B. C
Term.s, -15  to   Is per week,  according
to residence in Hotel or  Villus.
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Muscu
lai  Diseases.     Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and   Metallic   Poisoning.
relegraphic   Communication  with  al
parts of the World.
Two Mails arrive and depart Every Dav
The price of It a i!\vny Ticket for Round Trip
i.i-.u,.'ii Sandon and Good for thirty da.vs
and obtainable all year round is .3.8.">.
Direct Route to all Points
EAST
Winnipeg
Toronto
Buffalo
Montreal
New York
WEST
Vancouver
Victoria
Seattle
Portland
San   Fracisco
VIA S00 LINE
St   Paul,    Chicogo    and   all
l'nited States Points.
Through     tickets   to   and
from England, the Continent,
.Australia, China, Japan.
I'or time tables, rates and full information call on or address nearest local
agent.
II. \V. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon
J. S. Carter E. J. Ooyle,
I). P. A. A. G. P. A.,
Nelson, 15. 0. Vancouver, B. C.
.! I"HE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON. B. C, APRIL 20,
Another Slocan City Man Who Does
Mot Agree With the
Paystreak.
Slocan City, B. C. April 18, 1901.
To the Editor PAYSTREAK
Dear Sir.���In your issue of 13th you
said the Rossland mine owners bad a
perfect rijjht to keep the walking delegates from tbe Miners' Union off their
properties. You said no mine manager
wants a possee of walking delegates
gallavanting thru his stopes during
working hours. I never knew that
they had more than one walking del* -
gate at any one time. They never
tried to get gallavaniing thru stopes
during working  hours.    They   merely
wanted to be on the  bill   to   meet  the
men as   they   came off  and   on shift,
which in justice we have a perfect right
to do, and in  putting such an  editorial
before   the   public   you   were doing a
great wrong   to  the  Rossland Miners'
Union as well as to the public at large.
There are enuf of papers in this country
trying to  get the  public  down   on the
Rossland Miners' Union which are only
too ready to   copy  such   an   editorial
from The   Paystreak, a  so-called labor
paper.
C. M. O'Brien.
Be Up-To-Date
By Wearing a Nice
SPRING   SUIT
Cut on the Latest Mode
and Elegantly Trimmed.
Excursions to Halcyon.
The management of the Halcyon
Sanitarium is making excursions to the
Hot Springs during the summer
months. The excursions will leave
Saturday, returning Monday. Concerts, dances and other amusements
will be added to the regular attractions
of the resort.
The Week's Ore Shipments.
From Sandon Over the K. & S.
Last Chance  60 tons
American Boy  61 tons
Reco  20 tons
From Sandon Over the C. P. R:
Ivanhoe  bo tons
Slocan Star  60 tons
From Whitewater.
Sunset (Jackson   Basin)..    20
GRAN BALL
WILL BE GIVEN IN THE
Union Hall
Sandon, B. C.
Friday, April 26th.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39
I. 0. 0. F.
Tickets,    Including Supper,    $2.00
All are Cordially Invited.
We can fill the Bill in Eoery
Particular.
A Complete  Line of Furnishings on
Our Shelves.
A. Daoid ThSr
PIONEER TAILOR OF THE SLOCAN
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GUM  BOOTS!
MINERS ATTENTION!
BEWARE OF GERMAN AND OTHER IMITATIONS
BENNETT'S
Patent
Safety
CROWN BRAND
Gutta Percha Water-Tight Fuse has boon Proved
and not found wanting. No miss-holes. No running.    Also
POPE'S MINERS' SAFETY SPITTER
H.GIEGERICH.
KASLO
SOLE AGENT
AINSWORTH
SANDON
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We have  the  finest
line of miners'
Rubber Footwear
now on exhibition in
the
The wet
city.
shaft has no terrors
for the man in the
gum clothes. Size
up our stock.  ^ o5
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1 Thos. Brown, 1
Main St., Sandon.      ,
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jalland Bros.
FAMILY GROCERS.
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Hay,   (train,   Flour,
Feed,
Fruit and Vegetable^
%   $    $    *    *
No order too large and   none  too small.    Our prices are
as low as honesty will permit.
Codp Mvenitt
Rossland Engineer's Works ctL^S
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Specialty of Ore (.ar, Ore Bin Doors and:  general   mining machinery.   Se"<""V. R,
Machinery on hand all in first class condition.   On* 0x18 Horizontal Slide \ n I "���*_��� g,
complete.   One ft ftPel ton  Wheel  under rm It 8 to 2fi spiral  ruitted  pipo new, *"8o3*i
used.   One InKersoll-Kargeant and Band Hook Drills, heen thoroughly overhauloil!'"'.,������,!
parts replaced.   One No _! Knowles Feed Pump, in first-class condition    One'���""""* wri*'
Poroe Pumi).   Stoping liars. Blacksmith's Hellows.    Watch this add  for   other   l""
us for a full list hefore you bay.   We tnuy have just what you want.
Agents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.
P.O.Box 198, Third Ave., Rossland

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