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Book 6
Sandon, ffebruarp I, 1902
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#ocaf Cojicenf rates.
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J A fancy dress carnival  will   be  held
i#in Silverton this evening.
Rossland's winter  carnival  will take
vpiace on the Jist and 22nd.
i The Skating   Rink   dance   was   held
in lhe I'nioii hall last night.
I.E. F. McQueen has almost recovered
from his ivecnl illness and is able to be
OUl again.
$oCarl Bade oi Portland, Oregon, is
pulling in lhe steam heating plant al
the Hold Reco.
H. VV Harbor spent a couple of days
in Nelson lliis week attending a meel-
ing oi telegraphers.
plThe  C. P. R.    has   commenced   the
ijSonstruction oi   a    steel    bridge at  the
'Kootenay crossing,
I Mr. and Mrs.   Boyle  came    up   from
Sloe.m   Lake  lasl night   to   attend  the
��� Skaling Rink dance.
Kootenay river   is   frozen   over up lo
Five Mile Point,  and    navigation    into
(Nelson is suspended.
jED. S.   McVannel    will    represent the
Sloan City   Liberals at   lhe   Vancouver
-COii\ l-hIion o\^ (he Oth.
I A meeting of the council was held on
"Monday    evening,    but    no    important
>-^.U-iiU'ss was Irans.icied.
f, Tlie chief of police is out looking for
*dog taxes and lhe city clerk wants live
dollars for trader's license.
I A.    B.    Docksteader   is  spending a
'iCOUple oi weeks on the Coast.     lie will
attend the Liberal convention.
I The matrimonial mania has broken
OUt in New Denver. Getting married
is their only winter excitement down
there.
I Harry   Fraser   visited   Sandon   this
raflreck from    Marysville, where   he    has
���Ibeen working on lhe construction of the
; -Sullivan smeller.
: Stockholders oi the Sandon Rink
'"Co. should be careful not to miss the
Kneeling in    the   council    chamber   on
Monday  afternoon.
I Samuel   Bierce oi  Kaslo   was injured
Wf the Whitewater    mine   on Thursday
|orning   by   a   piece   oi  falling   rock.
is recovery is doubtful.
Charlie Daley oi the Kaslo Record
fiice is collector of taxes for lhe Slocan
ivision. All provincial taxes for 1002
re now clue and payable.
j During the cold snap this week many
Waier pipes were  frost    bitten    and the
plumbing profession has enjoyed a
Hicrutive practice ever since.
��� Hoggan, the celebrated goal-keeper
who stood between lhe slicks for Sandon
���lockeyisls last year will return to
BSandon on Monday or Tuesday. This
���is merely a timely intimation to Nelson
���hat they are beat.
F. J. Proctor,   whoever   he  is, is the
I author of a   pamphlet   which   reached
I this olTice last   night.       It    is   entitled
I "The Financial   Crises   in B. C."    We
have not had lime to prospect the essay
yet, but if   this man    Proctor   has had
any    experiences    with    the    financial
crises which are new to this office   he is
certainly entitled to write a book  about
it.
A. W. Goodenough has been named
a delegate to the Vancouver convention by the Kaslo Liberals. I.). J.
Young was also appointed to go in
case Slocan City fails to send a dele-
gale and CO. Bucqanan will represent the Kootenaian in the capacity of
a Liberal editor.
The previous question of the water-
barrel road is likely to be settled at
last. In giving a Crown grant the
government reserves the right to use a
certain proportion of the surface lor
road allowance. N. J. Cavanaugh
applied to the department to have the
road declared open across the Lovatt
property under the provisions of the
act and on Wednesday Gold Commissioner Chipman came up from Kaslo to
make arrangements to that effect.
S Good W.an Gone to Ibis
TAeward.
A bright light went out in Montreal
lasl week when Rev. Henry Irwin,
then on his way to the Old Country,
died very suddenly. "Father Pat," as
he was belter known, was universally
admired and loved all over the Kootenay, and many are lhe endearing tales
that are told oi his heroism and devotion to duty as a missionary in the
pioneer mining camps. He was a trail
blazing parson who carried the gospel
into the wilderness, and he will not
soon be forgotten by the prospectors of
the  Kootenay.
21 Board of School trustees
M. B. Grav is Bead.
A. B. Gray died very suddenly at his
office in Nelson on Wednesday evening
of heart failure. He has not been in
good health for several months, but
his death was as unexpected as it was
sudden.
A. B. Gray followed the commission
business in Nelson for several years,
and in that capacity had a wide circle
of acquaintanceship in the Kootenay.
In earlier years he took tin active interest in politics in (he province and was
the author of the Labor Conciliation &
Arbitration Act.
to reorganise the Band.
A meeting oi members of the band
and those interested is called to take
place al Mj\ Jas. Vallanoe's residence
on Monday evening. A full attendance is requested as an effort will be
made to revive the band.
Iftospital mews.
There are only four patients in the
hospital this week. George Smith has
rheumatism and Mr. Davis of Cody has
bronchitis and emphysema. John Jeffries from the Last Chance has eczema
and John Nelson met with an accident
at the Payne whereby he had his jaw
broken. Nelson Tyo was discharged
yeslerdnv.
Another momentous question of constitutional law has been raised in connection with Sandon's municipal
affairs. This time it is not the city
council nor the city clerk, but the
board of school trustees.
In the past the schools thruout the
province have been financed by the
provincial government and consequently not a very deep local interest was
taken, but on January 1st this system
was changed and the municipalities
must hereafter pay the school expenses
less an annual grant made by the
province. In the case of Sandon this
grant will amount to $600.
According to the statutes it ^ provided that, when possible, the election of
school trustees shall take place at the
same time and under the same conditions as thai of the municipal council. Phis matter was entirely overlooked by the old council, of which
Mr. Lovatt was the head, but when
the new council came in it took prompt
action in the matter by calling for a
nomination of school trustees on Monday last and an election on Friday. At
the nomination only three names were
presented those of K. R. Atherton.
George Huston and Thomas Brown,
who were declared elected.
This election does not suit Mr.
Cliffe, who has handled all the school
business in lhe past, and he refuses to
give up the books. Cl'lfe claims thai
he has reaJ the statutes and I hat the
new school board is not legally elected,
but the new board is perfectly salistied
with its position and notified the minister of education of their election.
Two meetings have already been
held by the new board, and arrangements have been made lo cut down
expenses. Mr. Lovering, the senior
teacher, is to get a raise oi salary to
$100 a month and will be asked to
assuiiK the task oi teaching all the
pupils and lo act as janitor of the building. Miss Dal by, the junior teacher,
will be released from her engagement.
An estimate was prepared of the expense of running the school for the
vear and the  amounl   approximated at
$'575-
The new board   has   decided   that as
soon as it receives recognition from
Victoria a demand will be made for the
books and a careful audit entered into.
It is rumored that the old accounts are
not all settled, altllO the provincial
government is supposed to have forwarded the money for the purpose and
the new board proposes lo find out if
Mr. Cliffe has been guilty of irregularity.
W.ining Float.
The Wonderful has 12 feet of concentrating ore.
Silver   is   sagging   again    in    New
York ; SSH cents.
Copper has risen }i in New York but
is still dropping in London.
The showing in the Trade   Dollar is
better now than ever before.
The survey of the Slocan Star  workings will be completed in two weeks.
American Boy is fetching 8  cetns  in
Spokan with very little on the  market.
For the Hist time  in six months lead
Lot
week.
in London showed a  little strength this
Development is being pushed   on lhe
Fisher Maiden, Four Mile.
The first shipment of concentrates
from the Knlerpri.se was made last
Saturday.
Rambler-Cariboo 82 cents is the
Spokan bid : 2000 shares were sold in
Rossland Wednesday for 84.
At the Silversmith the ore chute continues as strong as ever, and the miners are running alongside the ore
chute, stripping it without breaking
into il.
The Similkameen Valley Coal Co.
has withdrawn its stock from the'market, having disposed of sufficient treasury stock to provide working capital
for all purposes.
The Ivanhoe made a good production this month, shipping 190 tons of
concentrates besides which several tons
of zinc ore were saved but not shipped.
I his output was made with only 38
men on the payroll.
The Byron N. White Company has a
small force at work on the Slocan
King, running a tunnel in on the ledge.
The work is being done across the
creek from lhe Slocan Star workings.
The tunnel is in 150 feet.
Fatal Mccident at the Xast
Chance Gfiine.
Alex Fraser was killed by a cave in
the A tunnel at the Last Chance on
Wednesday afternoon. He was running car in the tunnel and was on his
way out with the first load after dinner when a set of limbers fell and he
was buried beneath a pile of loose earth
and rock that fell from the roof. His
absence was not noticed for an hour
afterward, when the men working at
the face went to look for him and found
him buried and smothered by the
cave-in.
Alex Fraser was a native of Pictou
County, Nova Scotia, but has been a
resident of Sandon and vicinity for
several years. He was a young man
of most exemplary habits and engaging
personality and was a favorite with a
large circle of friends who mourn his
loss.
The remains will be shipped east for
burial. the paystreak, Sanadon, B. C. ffcbvnarp  I.
Che Scandal Colum.
Only one contribution was received
for our scandal colum this week.
Here it is :
A Sandon lady sat up until three
o'clock the oilier morning waiting for
her husband lo come home. At last,
weary and worn oul with her lonely
vigil, she went upstairs to retire, only
to discover her missing husband there
fast asleep. Instead oi going down
town he had stolen upstairs and crawl-
ed into bed, and it made his wife so
mad that she hasn't spoken to him
since.
FOR SALE.
A limited number of shares in
the Similkameen Valley Coal
Co., Limited. For farther particulars apply to
W. W. FALLOWS.
The Art Piano of Canada,
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Heintzman Co.
MAKERS,
Toronto,   Ont.
Thomas. Duffy,
AGENT.
Sandon -- B. C.
Sandon Cartage Co.
WALMSLEY cS: McPHERSON
Express? EaoS^S��?
Delivery to   all    Parts oi  the City.
The Denver.
MAURIEN & A1AGLIO.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Reasonable Rates
Certificate    of    Improvements
NOTICE,
NEW    ENGLAND,   SCOTLAND   MINERAL
CLAIMS AM' HALIFAX PBAOTIONAL
MINERAL I I.MM
Situate in the Slocan Mining I'i' ision ol Weal
Kootenay DUtrict Whew located: <>n
Tributary oreek, adjoining the Columbtta
TAKE NOTICE thai I, T. W Qerrari, fm
Miner** Certifii itoNo B37740, acting ax agenf
for Qvorge K v ��� 11. Prae Miner** Certiitou tefNo
B ��� ilfio, intend. -i\t v .1", -1.- m the date hereof
tu apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate ol improvement*, inr tho purpose of
obtaining tl Crown Grant "i the above; claim*.
And further take notice that action, nu lei
section 37. mu��t he oo inieneed before the I*
sua nee -u su< li Certifii ate ol Improvements.
Dated thLi Slut day ol ttocember, \. 1�� tun.
T  Yf QERRARD.
ii ���i 11 ��� i   I iiKOi       hi ��� i ������ .��^��i��%vea.*>
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTIOE.
PAMLICO  AND BELL MINERAL   CLAIMS
Situate in the Slocan Mining Di\ Uion of VV- *1
Kootenay   District   Where   located:   On
We��1 Pur* of Co ly Ci k
TAKE NOTJl Bthat I. K M.Sandirandi I i i
Mil it's Certificate No !������ i. ictiuga* agent
for V..li.t-y. 1> Willi.(iii-ui. l-'i. a Miner's Cerl i.
Hcate, N<>- Bi '���'���. .1. D Farrell Free Miner*��
Cortifloi te No Biwsi i . C <-i�� - 11:. 1 l.-r Pre*
Miner's'Certiiicati   No ���   intend, sixtj
days from  the  dire hereof,  to apply t<�� the
Mining Reoorderfoi ii ���    titicate of Improve"
meats, lor "hi   i��n������*    taininga Crown
Grant of the a ������������ ims.
And further take notice that aotion, nndei
<ection :i., must i    ������ ��� . ������ i before the i ���
suance of such Cert ideate dl liuprovem* nt^.
I    ���;   SANl ll.ANl'S
Date I this lath day ol January, I *W.
Certificate oflmpvov >nients,
NOTICE.H
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
nr
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uaiionum
OF THE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
Is lhe only hall in the city
suited for Theatrical Performances, Concerts, Dances an J
other   public   entertainments.
For   bookings   write   or   wire
Anthony Shiliand,
Secretary,   Sandon   Miners'   Union
Sandon, B, C.
Application  for Transfer of Liquor License.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
from date hereof I, the undersigned, intend to
apply to the License Commission era of the
City of Sandon for a transfer to me of the
liquor license held by William Bennett of
the Filbert Hotel.
P. ll.MCRPHY.
Dated at Sandon, B. C. .January 15, Will'.
OPHIH NO S MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the ��� i ' ii ing J ivisionofWesl
Kootenay District Where local d, Neat
Sandon.
TAKE NOTI1 !������ that we D C, (lark. Fr<,
Mimr'-. Certificate No, Bn.'.:'". A 1$ Railtou
Free Miners' C if! "������ iu. 878W, and S M
Whartoi Free Mine i Certificate No B:M0f��5,
: ��� ������ I, sixty i la v., from date hereof, to appl.i
to the Mi'nit: Etecordei for a Certificate ol
Improvements, for the pui t ol taining a
Crow:.   ( I I���.; lit Of I In- .1    ,i\ i-    ��� It)   'ii
And furtlmr take no ic�� that aotion undet
���section 37 must be commenced before tin
issuance of such Certiticati * of Improvement*
D.C.I LARK,
&gent.
Dated this 13th day of December, \  U. 11)01.
r*    -~* * ��� ���*-t*rtMJlTtr*-*H nit ���  ���      nil, in..i   Mfcm i   ii 11 ��� i
NOTICE
TO   DELlXQl BNT    CO-OWNERS  OF   THE
SlfiVER CHORD MINERAL CLAIM.
To J. R. Cameron and A R Porter or any
person or poisons to whom they maj have,
assigned their interests in the Silver Chord
Mineral Claim, situated near Sandon and
registered in the Recorder's office lor the
Slocan Mining Division,
Ymi are hereby  not died Ihal   I.   Philip J
Hickey, acting as agent  for J. D. Farrell and
Volney D. Williamson,have caused to be expended one hundred dollars in   labor and Improvements upon the above-mentioned miner-
ai elaiin under the prOViaionS of the Mineral
Aet.aud if within ninety day- from the date
ol this notice you fail or refuse to contribute
your propon ion ol such expendit are. together
with all cosl - oi advertising, your interest in
said claim will become the property of tne
subscriber under Section I of an Act em it led
"An Act. to Amend the Mine:-;,! Act, lflOQ."
VOLNEY 1). WILLIAMSON,
j. d. farrell;
[PHILIP .1. MICKEY. Agent.]
Dated this 18th Day of January, IIKM,
u, ,. LWimni     -    -    ��� - ���   *,<
WANTED.
A Cook, apply to the Prospector's Exchange, Thompson's
Landing.
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in  the  Slocan   and not read
Gfye papstreak.
Wou cannot not get away
from it. h is like the beautiful snow    it sroes everywhere.
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human habitation in the camp
| ��� man,   u oinan or   child
in  the  Slocan   countrj   ever
passes a week \\ ithoul seeing it
Zls an advertising medium
it is complete.
Xthe pavstteak
Q.in do something for you
thai all the other papers on
earth combined cannot do.
11 can introduce you a:ul your
goods to every human being
in the Slocan.
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If you   want to by a pipe cheap you
have   the opportunity to do so now.
WE HAVE SOME
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Which we are selling at prices that will
soon clean out the line. Call early. These
are what were left over from the Holiday
Season.
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The American lead trust lias raised
the price of p'114 lead 10 cents a hundred in New York, making lhe selling
price $4. id a  hundred.      Previous   u>
Januaiv  isl il   stood   al   $4.^7'. cents,
���tnJ since then   has   been cjuoied at $4.
[No raise   has   been   made   lo   the  lead
inline owners, who still are  getting the
B3.50 rate lixed oi\   al    New Years.     Il
is understood   that   the   lead   trust  has
reduced its surplus, which   was   (10,000
tons, to less than 40,000 Ions.
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J. Roderick Robertson   was   a victim
)1 the New York subway explosion  last 1
londav.      lie was a   guest at lhe Mill-'
fey Hill hotel and   was   killed   in   his
room by flying debris.
J. Roderick   Robertson   was   one  oi
the most    successlnl    mining    men    iu
Iritish Columbia.     He enlisted   capital j
tor many   mining   ventures,    including
Rlie Whitewater, Enterprise and Ymir,
fell of which    have    turned    oul    to    be
great   mines.
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That is what everyone wants who orders
a suit of clothes or pair of trousers. We
guarantee SATISFACTION to all our cus-
tomers.     Leave your order with us for a
WINTER SUIT.
FASHIONABLE
J. R. CAHERON. ��AT^S��
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1 HE = FILBERT = HOTEL
Cuisine Unexcelled.
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A large consignment of oysters from
O'lympia has just been leceived at the
Kootenay hotel. The Oysters are in
good condition and the cocktails are tit
for the good. Customers finding pearls
in their oysters are allowed to retain
them.
UNDER NEW HANAEGHENT.
Restaurant 0pen Bap and Might TAooms the W.ost Qomfotable
in the dtp.
Wines, Ziqnors and Cigars of all
the popular Brands for sale in
the ZLiquid Department.
P. H. MURPHY, Prop. 5.���^ s.'Tb c ���M
the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, February 1.
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The Paystreak.
Publiahed Rvery Saturday in the heart of the Richest White
Metal Cninp on Earth,
0|>erHt��"t in tin' interest* of tlif Kditor,
Subscription    ...    -    $2.00 a year
Strictly in advance.
Bpaoimtna Shipped on Btupicion.
Wii.i.iam MACADAMS,    -   rublisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, FEBRUARY i, 1Q02.
Jim Hill told the Interstate
Traffic Association at Chicago that
railway consolidation resulted in cheaper rates by doing away with competition. This is the fundamental principle of government ownership. Jim
has come to the same conclusions as
The Paystreak. We congratulate him
on his sasjacitv.
Joe Martin has out-generalled
the grafter Liherals in Victoria and
captured the Island delegation to the
Vancouver convention. This pretty
nearly makes it a cinch that Joe will
be recognized as leader oi the Liberal
party in B. C. For a man who has
been dead two years, Joe seems to be
getting along very nicely.
A house divided against itself
must surely fall ; but we would take
Jim Dunsmuir's stack and run chances
with Edna Wallace-Hopper.
THERE was a dance at Three
Forks last week at which no fight
occurred. As they had no printed
programs the item was probably overlooked.
According to the Associated
Press dispatches Miss Stone is jnst
about clear from the Bulgarian bri-
gands. We will now put in .with
Hester on a lecture tour in the United
States. She can deliver the lecture
and we will act the bandit at the box
eiffice.
are trying to prevent the Everett people from making the cut.
This is a very poor boost tor the
Canadian smelters, which are crying
so loud lor protection from Jim Hill in
order that thev may assist the Koote-
nay mine owner. It should inspire the
whole country with patriotism to consider that the Everett smelter (which
is not in the trust) is willing to give a
better rate for freight and treatment,
but the Trail and Nelson smelters,
with the assistance oi the Canadian
Pacific Railway, will hold the rate up
if they can.
According to that it is not legis-
lation favoring" Canadian smellers that
we want, but a law making the construction of a lead stack in the Kootenav a criminal offence.
Someone is lying to the Nelson
papers and making a success of it.
The Everett smelter, as announced
in The Paystreak last week, is taking
20 per cent rock on an $11 rate for
freight and treatment. The Tribnne
and Miner say that this is the same
rate as was announced by the Trail
and Nelson smelters on January ist.
The Nelson papers are wrong, which
they could prove to themselves by looking up their files. Moreover, the
Trail and Nelson smelters have not yet
made any settlements since January
ist, and everybody knows���altho it
would be hard to  prove   it���that they
The Trail smelter is not owned
by the Canadian Pacific Railway, bin
bv the Canadian Smelting & Refining
Company, with head offices in Montreal. The stock oi this smelting
company is held largely by the officials
oi the railway company. These officials are prostituting the policy oi the
railroad in order to make an abnormal
profit out of the smelter. They arc
charging the mines oi the Slocan all
the ore will stand and in some cases
a little more -for treatment. They
are working the gouge to a finish bv
making exorbitant charges for shipment to London and equally rapacious
deductions for moisture. In mam-
cases they take $30 or $35 a ton out oi
the ore before they make a return. In
doing this the smelter company lias the
railroad company at its back and can
squelch any opposition, as in the case
of Heinze, or keep it in leading strings,
as in the case oi the Hall Mines Co.
If the owners of the Trail smelter wanted to shut any silver-lead mine in the
Kootenay down and thereby make it
valueless as a revenue-producer thex-
could do so by simply refusing to take
their ore. No other smelter, either in
Canada or the United States, coxdd
take the ore without involving itself
in a quarrel with the Canadian Pacific
Railway, and thereby saddling itself
with a loss much greater than the
prospective profit.
It is within the power of the
Canadian Smelting Company and the
Canadian Pacific Railway to cut freight
and treatment rates to $9 or $10 a ton
on silver-lead ore mined anywhere in
East or West Kootenay, and to pay a
much higher price for lead ore by supplying the Canadian market with the
20,000 tons annually consnmed. This
would mean a reduced profit to the
smelter on each ton of lead ore handled
but it would result   in a   much   larger
tonnage. To the railway it would
mean an enormously larger freight ami
passenger business. The mines tributary to Sandon alone could, under
favorable conditions, employ two
thousand men all year round, and
every ton of freight consumed by them
would have to be hauled from Eastern
Canada. The profit on this freight
alone would be enormous in the course
oi a vear.
THRU the charter granted to the
British Columbia Southern the Crow's
Nest Coal Company secured all the
available coal land in the Kootenav
except 60,000 acres south oi Morrisev
reserved by the Dominion government.
The Crew's Xest Coal Company sold
55 percent of their stock to Jim Hill,
who is building the Crow's Nest
Soutern Railway into the coal fields
from Jennings, Montana. Now the
cry is raised that Hill will haul all the
Civil to United States smelters and will
force Kootenay mines to ship across
the line because British Columbia
smelters will not be able to buy cok2
from the Crow's Nesl Coal Company.
To guard against such a state of affairs
the papers under the influence oi the
C. P. R. want the Dominion government to 1 urn over this 6o,000-acre
reserve to ;�� company allied with the
Canadian Pacific Railway,
A demand such as this shows that
tlie railway promoters place a very
low estimate on the intelligence of the
government and the people with whom
thev have to deal. The Canadian
Pacific slock is purchaseable. There
is every reason to believe that a control
of it is already in the hands oi the
friends oi the Northern Securities Company, with which Jim I I ill is so close!)
identified. If not, it may be purchased at any time by Hill and his friends.
Tite allied coal company would naturally go with it, and British Columbia
would be in   a worse plight than  ever.
As long as the Dominion government retains possession of this coal
land the British Columbia smelting
business will have a kind oi a show.
The very day that the government
parts with it to the C. P. R. or any
other.purchaseable corporation it places
the smelting business at the mercy of
Jim Hill. This coal land in the hands
of the government affords a club with
which to keep Jim Hill and the C. P.
R. in line. Leased on a title in
usufruct basis or worked as a government concern it could supply all the
coal needed in the Kootenav at the
right price.
British Columbia has the worst
judiciary on the North American continent.    Several   oi   the judges are so
it
MMM / ., M MmBM| the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Februarp 1.
old and decrepit that they have lost the
use of their hearing and thinking apparatus, and before a case is over they
frequently forget all about what the
lawyers are talking about or who the
lawyers are or who are the litigants.
These judges may have been good men
in their time but their usefulness is
gone. They should be retired on a
pension   and   their    places   filled   by
voting men.
Another bad feature is that trial
judges constitute the full court. Nasty
petty jealousies spring up between
judges, and while acting on the full
court they frequently reverse a trial
'verdict merely to get even with the
judge by whom the verdict is rendered.
The worst feature, however, is the
dilatoriness with which court business
is transacted. A civil case may dratr
alone for months and years without
'being settled. If a judge wants to go
'fishing he is just as likely as not to
stand litigants off until the next court.
If he he has been jagged the night before and feels cranky his decision is
usually at variance with the law and in
no way identified with justice. Important cases in which whole communities are indirectly interested have been
^treated in the courts in the most reckless and autocratic manner by judges
���who, if they understood the law, which
is   doubtful, certainly   did    not under
stand the case. Lawyers are getting
fat out of mining litigation while many
good properties are tied up and the
whole country suffers often on account
quibbles which a jury of prospectors would not have to debate three
minutes to decide.
These judges are appointed for
life. There is no way of turning them
out of office except by impeachment,
which is practically impossible. They
are custodians of affairs of vital importance and they abuse the trust
because they know that they are responsible to no one but themselves.
This is a state of affairs which
should not be permitted to exist.
These men should be compelled to
attend to their business and earn their
salaries. If this can be done in no
other way the system should be altered
and the office made elective instead of
appointive.
Now comes forward Mr. Cliffe
with the assurance that any board of
school trustees not comprised of him.
self is not legally elected.
Seeing that he has to write so
many letters defending himself, Jim
Dunsmuir must feel pretty weak.
E. V. Bodwell's paystreak of
popularity is dipping into the hanging
wall and threatens to pinch out. Jim
Hill will have to hire another man.
Between the hockey boom and
the war in Africa, young Canadians
have ample opportunity to display their
bravery on the field of battle.
This is the season oi the year
when scientists should advance the
theory that the earth is cooling off.
Everything in the hock shop
and a plumber in the cellar is the un-
kindes fate that we could wish our
worst enemy, if we happened to have
one.
Because the editor oi The Paystreak is putting in semi-occasional
shifts on The Ledtje and Lowerys
Claim the public has no reason to suspect that a newspaper trust has been
formed.
Next to becoming a good success-
stage robber or a safe breaker, the
p!limbing business seems to offer the
best inducements for a young man with
cool nerve.
Canada produced $28,000,000 of
gold last year, The banks ship it all
out of the country so that it will not
interfere with their rag money.
The Skate Famine is broken
at last ami von can slide to
glory on a pair of   ;   :   :   :  :
*s Old Bominion
%he fastest Ibockep Skate Made.
Me f)ave give 3>03en pair wOiclj we are Belling at $3.00 per.
Zadies Skates.
Nickel Plated, Boker and Halifax make at
$2.00 to $4.00 per pair. Better value never
was given in Canada. The Old Reliable
Acme Club, and Halifax Spring Skate in
stock.    All sizes.
Tbockep Sticks,
Skate Straps, Shin Guards and all other
Skating and Hokey Playing Paraphanelia in
Great Profusion. Mail orders promptly attended to.    Samples sent on suspicion.
pers Si Co
Sandon,
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Tkaslo,
Melson. the pavstreak, Sanadon, B. C Febrnarp 1.
the  trollep in  the %olp
Zand.
A company lias been formed at Cleveland to build trolley roads in the Orient.
Lines are now in operation tbru the
Holy Land, and it is proposed lo build
others from Cairo to Mount Sinai and
Mecca. Willi branches extending to
Damascus, so that hereafter the followers of Mahomet may travel by rail
in making their annual pilgrimages to
the prophet's tomb. A net work of
trolley lines centering al Jerusalem is
projected.--News Dispatch.
Gale's Barb!i;op
AND BATH ROOHS
tnrmnrs
Is the best Tonsorial   Establishment in the Slocan.
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Balmora   Building Main St,
Patterson & Patterson
The   trolley  car goes  whizzing  on the
shores of Gallilee.
And  the ass  thai   used to amble   thru
those districts,, where is he ?
O'er the sacred   hills they hurry, going
down to Jericho,
Waving   'kerchiefs   from   the   cars  or
playing euchre as they go;
Krom Jerusalem to joppa, once a long
and tedious trip,
People   travel now  by trolley,   reading
novels as thev zipp.
Thru the lands where Moses tarried,
where he smote things with his roJ
And received for Israel's children sacred
messages from God.
They will string the copper wire and
put down the Rattened ties,
While the camel and the donkey rest
and watch thru sleep eyes.
And anon the cars from Cairo and
Damasous and Kerak
Will go whizzing down lo Mecca maiming things along the track.
Where they once   went down to   Egypt
out of sacred Palestine
They will bridge the crooked ways and
equip the trolley line;
l'p along the highway   travelled by the
Good Samaritan
They   will   keep the  trolley  humming
from Beersheba to Dan;
And where Joseph once trudged slowly
and with weary, aching feet,
The gay   tourist'll flit, lolling with   his
heels upon a seat.
They will   substitute the trolley for  the
old time caravan,
With its picturesque attachments just
as quickly as they can;
Then  the ass  and eke the  camel   may
lie down -aid rest serene.
While the yellow cars go rumbling over
many a storried scene.
As   they   take   the   unwashed   Moslem
down the Red Sea's sandy shores
To  the   prophets  tomb  and   gel   him
home in time to do the chores.
If there still are bulls of Bashan browsing on the hills, some day
They may hoist their tails and bellow-
as the cars whiz down the way.
Down along the ancient highways
leading from Jerusalem
The natives hear the ratlle of the cars
and shy at them ;
Oh, the trolley poles are standing
where the Jordan gently flows,
And the tourist zipps thru Hebron
smoking stogies as he goes.
���Chicago Record-Herald.
Of the Union Block are.
offering a 20 per cent
reduction on all orders
for suits placed during
this month. These suits
are made btj the highest
class tailors in Canada.
Rightltj :ut and tcell
made bu, the best paid
toorhmen.
pioneer hotel
of tin: slocan.
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HOTEL SANDON
ROBERT CUNNING, Prop.
irtnmrs inns mm * Tsmmrs
A Table that is  Replete with the
Choicest Seasonable Viands.
Rooms: Large, Airy and
Comfortable.
Bpeotal Attention to
the   Mining  Trade.
BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS,
BLAXKETS, ETC.
3v * ;1!1L
WORLD'S SENIC ROUTE.
DIRECT LINE
LOWEST   RATE^
EAST
WEST
Winnipeg
Vancouver
Toronto
Victoria
Ottawa
Seattle
Montreal
Portland
New York
���
San Francisco
folliott & McMillan
Contractors and Builders.
DEALERS IX	
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Const
Flooring and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to Order.
-I-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO->
Factory on Main Street
VIA SOO LINE.
St Paul, Chicago and all United  States
Points.
TOURIST SLEEPING SERVICE
EAST i ^v* ^evo'sto'<(-' Wed. Fri. Sun
"t Lv. Dunmore Mon. Tlnir. Sat.
Leave   Kootenay   Landing   Friday   for
St. Paul,  Toronto,   Montreal,   Boston.
Wi'ST '' 1'cave   Revelstoke    Monday,
[ Wednesday   and    Friday    for
Vancouver, Seattle and Coast Points.
.. B Carload of Mpples..
m
TEAMSHIP SERVICE .
From f To Alaska, Hawaii, China,
Vancouver 1 Japan and Australia.
Through booking to Europe via all
Atlantic Lines, Prepaid tickets from
all points at lowest rates.
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon
J. S. Carter E. J. Coyle,
D. P. A. A. G. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C.       Vancouver, B. C.
We have just received a Carload of tlie Finest Apples ever
shipped into Sandon. All selected Okanagan Fruit	
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���falland Xros.
Sandon
British Columbia
The Newmarket Hotel
���*NEW DENVER^
The Leading Hotel of the Lucerne. Dining Room
Service the best in the Slocan. Accomodations
Unexcelled.       &,       ^       ^       fc,        *k      *c
-    -    -    Proprietor
Henry Ste<>;e
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���Mass the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Februarp 1.
Christian Bmerica.
BY CARLES F.   RAYMOND,
Yesterday a  lady rang my front door
bell and   tried lo sell   me a book on the
("Bible.    The  book,   to hear her  tell il,
Iwas just   about as good  as  the Bible,
��and,   to clinch her argument, the can-
Ivassersaid:    "If you   study this  work
vit will reveal to you the ultimate end of
Rhe heathen  and tell you   whether  the
smoke of their torment is to go up for-
Efever or not."
I Now, I am  not at all anxious  about
the heathen and his smoke, and did not
buy the book.
��� The   people   I fear for  today are the
Christians.
| Many are sorrowing for the worshippers of India v\ ho prostrate themselves
before the gods of their ancient mythology, and who leave their offerings
before lhe hole of the serpent.
We sigh lor   the heathen   Chinee be-
,cause   he   eats   rats,   loves   bird's   nest
soup, and leaves   ids tributes of rice in
the Josh    House lo appease   the god  of
his soul.
|'': We mourn for the   Mussulman, who,
bowing   cries;     "Allah,   Allah,  Ciod  is
great and Mohammed is his prophet !"
t/We pity   Lo,   the poor   Indian,   who
sees as the rewind lor   his goodness beyond    lhe    lepee    lhe    happv    hunting
���jjrouiul.
If Who gave us a mortgage on heaven,
anyway ?
I What's   the   matter   with being   disturbed with ourselves ?
j  In   Hamilton a  few days   ago a man
Kjliras   found    by   Aid.   William   Find lay
^Starving,   cold,    and   deserted,   in    his
wretched home in Christian   Hamilton,
Whose    lower   skies   are   pierced   with
steeples, and   whose pavements   reecho
the tread oi thousands who each   Sun-
.., dav hurry churchward ;inu home again.
$��'And Hilly took him, and   they cared for
Lv him, bul help arrived too  lale.
A few days ago a young woman was
[removed lo a hospital iu Hamilton and
found lo be suffering from a cancerous
disease, and thev turned her out again,
>ut into the miserable little home hastily
���prepared to receive her, for had thev
Kept her they might have lost their
���government grant. And here again,
���perchance, death will come in misery
[in Christian Hamilton.
What is that pallid host 1 see?
That army of emancipated forms?
Those   pale faces,   I hose high   cheek
���hones, those   thin, white   hands,   those
wfaitering steps?    Those   are the victims
Bbf   the    white    plague,    consumption,
^turned   from   the   hospitals,   to  die   in
'wretched   rooms, to .lie   perhaps   upon
the streets.
Tramp, tramp, tramp.
Hear   them   tramping   to the  grave
and to relief.
Their faltering footsteps make grim
music and drown the staggering foot
falls of that other army, the drunkards
oi Christian America.
And there is another army ��� I hear
the click of the needle, the whirr of the
sewing   machine set to the   peevish cry
of the child, and the gaunt wolfe Want
sits outside, as she sews and she sews
on into the night. The early dawn
hears the clcik begin anew, and hears
again the whirr of the machine, and
the pinched face becoms more pinched,
and the prices become less, and the
wolf Want draws nearer, and as the
grave approaches they hurry to meet it,
ior there is rest there.     '
Overdrawn ? Not a bit. The sweatshops of America draw thousands from
a living death to the   more restful   one.
'Tis Sunday  morning, and   the air is
chill and reaching for the   marrow, but
what of the  cold,   for cold and   furs go
hand   in   hand,  and furs  are   flue   for
Sunday   wear.    And  the  church   bells
are ringing  and all   Toronto is happy.
The choirs  sing, the parsons  pray and
the voice ol one choir strikes  the ear of
a   widow    woman who   is  il)  in   bed
he is turned away, for the child has
diphtheria; and what if you know it is
dying?���the rules, you know, the rules.
He runs to another hospital, and still
the same answer, and for the third
time he runs and for the third time
Grim Rule says no. And he hurries
again to a police station, and here the
agonies of death commence, a struggle, a gasp, and the babe is dead in its
fathers arms in the Eldridge street
police station in that great city.
Dead, murdered by red tape, in j
Christian New York, and they say ministers of Jesus Christ recive $25,000 a
year there preaching peace on earth
and good-will to men, and this poor
man worked 100 hours a week in a
sweat shop for $5.
Hammering, hammering,hammering
Big vessels are being built.
Established 1805.
E. ML 5ANDILANDS.
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
f;
Mining Stocks bought and sold.   General    agent    for   Slocan   Properties
Promising  Prospects for Sale.
"Attention ! "
And she seems   happier, but   she sighs       Quick march ! "
soon after, for lhe   rent is due and  she |     Europe shakes beneath   the   tread of
the armies���Christian Europe, and
Christian America seek to intimidate
A vessel is leaving Merrie Old England for the heathen lands���farewell,
Cod-speed, but what's her cargo?
Opium, rum and tobacco. And see,
another vessel steams gently away
from America's shore. God-speed again
but what's thy cargo? Oh, rum and
tobacco deep down below.
Ah, well ! there are a couple of missionaries up in the cabin.
And the poor heathen bows down to
wood and stone.
Well, he is slow. If he was in America he would be bowing down to the
almighty dollar.
has met the bailiff before. Her family
���two boys?���yea, onlv for them sl.e
wouldn't mind, bul a mother loves so
strongly. And as the near-by choir
ceases singing, the back door is opened
without the ceremonev of a knoi k.and a
well-known city lietelkeeper comes in
and leaves hei a month's rent and a bit
of money over. Then he tells her lhat
there will be a little wood around in
the morning.
He leaves without praying.
Does he need to pray? "Inasmuch
as ve have done it unto one of the least
of the,in my brethern, ye have done it
unto Me."
" God have mercy on the poor today
and the suffering ones relieve them,"
prays the parson in that near-by
church.
And the hotel man answered that
prayer.
"Isn't lie good ? " asked the boys.
But mother is weeping, with her fate
to the wall.
They are tears of joy.
Not long ago one of Toronto's rich
men put the bailiff in on a woman the
head of a poor family, and all went
lhat the law allowed, and for three
days lhat woman sat like a tigress at
bay, sullen, morose, and raging, and
the neighbors fed her and the children.
And why shouldn't she be sullen and
rage with the savings of a lifetime gone
just because she took sick ?
"See thai man there? He is a pillar
in one of Toronto's churches, and he is
a strong prohibitionist, but he keeps a
keg in the cellar and always has it
placed in ihere after dark."
"Ye scribes and Pharisees, hypo-
crits ! "
Who said that ?
"See that fellow? He is a great
prayer, but he loans money to the poor
people and charges () per cent a
month.
These were two Christians who were
pointed oul to me this week.
Who is this man running for the
hospital with his three-year-old child in
his arms? Why, he is a man in New
York,   and as he   runs to one   hospital
W. W. WARNER,
MINING ENGINEER.
MINING PROPERTIES HANDLED
ON COMMISSION.
****
Mining  Properties  Examined   and    Reports
Made.   Will Open up Mining Properties by
Contract or Salary.   Twenty Years'
Experience.
M. L.  Grimmett,
L. L. B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
SANDON,
B. C.
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
C. A. BIGNEY.
Manufacturers 01
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE        -       SANDON
Ibalcpon Wot Springs
Sanitarium.
The Winter Resort of the Kootenay. When the snow lies deep on
the Slocan Hills the roses bloom
in the Banana Patch.
SPECIAL WINTER RATE $12.00
TO $15,00 A WEEK.
HE medical waters of Halcyon
are the most curative in lhe
c. A perfect, natural remedy for
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Ltomack ailments,
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure enre
for "That Tired Feeling." Special
rates on all boats and trains. Two
mails arrive and depart every Day.
Felegraph communication with all
parts of the world.
Halcyon Hot Springs,
Arrow Lake, B. C.
George H. Thompson
Barrister   -:-   Solicitor
Notary Public.
OFFICE, VIRGINIA BLOCK
en**
SANDON
BRITISH COLUMBIA
F. L. Christie,
L. L. B.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK
SANDON
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $1 per month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive o
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drugs.
Open To The Public.
DR. W. E. GOMM,   Attendant Physictan.
MISS S. L. CHISHOLM, Matron.
J. H. McNEILL, Pros. Hospital Board.
ANTHONY SHILLANI), Secretary.
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39.
I. O. O. F.
Meetings in the Union Hail every Friday
Evening at 7:!K). Visiting Brethern coidially
invi'ed to attend.
R. CUNNING, N.G.
GEO. WAITE,       JAS. H. THOMPSON
Secretary Vice Grand.
A. F. & A. M,
ALTA LODGE NO. 29.
Regular Communication held first Thurs
day in each month in Masonic Halt at ;< r. M
Sojourning hrethern are cordially invited to
attend,
JAMES M. BARTON, Secretary. the papstreak. Sanadon, B. C, Februarp 1.
Mn increase of Capital.
C. P. R   TO   ADD   $20,000,000   TO
ITS COM M ON STOC K.   TO
IMPROVE THE
ROAD.
The Canadian Pacific Railway  is ap-
plving to the Dominion government for
power to increase its   capital   slock by
$20,000,000.    This stock   is to be sold
at par and the proceeds  applied to betterments on the road, as follows :
For new rolling stock, $0,000,000.
Double-tracking, $f),000,000.
New plants for construction of rolling
stock, chiefly at Montreal,  $1,500,000.
New elevators,   improvement oi terminals, $3,000,000^
Miscellaneous   improvements,   $500,
000.
The big crop of iqoi caught tin-
Canadian Pacific napping ; thev had
neither track, cars nor motive power
to hanuk the 60,000,000 bushels of
wheat raised in Manitoba .md N. W.
T. and they propose now to increase the
efficiency of the road. Double tracking the system from Lake Super'a r lo
hrandon, Manitoba, has long Ween
considered part oi the program oi the
company and a large part of the $6,-
000,000 will undoubtedly be devoted to
this work. The plant lo be built at
Montreal for the construction of rolling
-.lock will complete the independence
of the C. P. R. >o far as operation is
< oncerned. When the wheat ru>h
came last fall the Canadian Pacific had
orders in every car shop and locomotive works in America, but so great
was the crush of orders in these establishments that the Canadian road could
not add a wheel to its rolling stock
In giving the company power to issue
this extra capital, the government provides that il shall not sell the stock below par, and that all the proceeds of
the sale shall be devoted to improving
the system.
The showing  oi liquid refreshments
never pinches out at the Kootney Hotel.
TEX  DOLLARS REWARD
Will be paid for Information
that  will convict the person or
persons who poisoned my dog on
Sunday, .January 12th, 1002.
.1. R  BURTON.
COLD FEET
Can be Effectually Pre^
vented by Wearing a pair
of Custom Made Snoes.
ere pou ever satisfied
with
v^r cheap
goods oi anylcind, especially 01'OCerieS- We think not
nut of course we may be mistaken, however we have just
received the following Canned 0OOdS and they are all
the finest, freshest and best brands of goods in the Koote-
navs today, Kent brand &OmatOeS, Kent brand COl'/I,
Kent brand peaS, Kent brand   Oolden W&f BcailS,
Cutting's California ffruits and Simco brand of
Berries of all kinds for pie and table use. We have also
the only   Complete lines   oi  fancy   canned    Vegetables,
Greats, ffishf a,ui  Shell*JfiSk in  Sandon; call and
see them ar
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Sandon
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Manufactured in the shop of
LOUIS HUPPERTEX.
REPAIRING A SPECIALITY.
Ulill play %ockep in Tkaslo
to-night.
The Sandon Intermediate hockey
team will i^o over to Ka>lo this afternoon to play a game with the Kaslo
boys. The K. & S. has given a rate
of single iare for the team and fare
and one third for all parties, which will
make return tickets cost $2.05 to the
team and $2.75 to excursionists. It i*
expected that quite a number will go
With the team. Kaslo will give a return game at the carnival.
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Ore Shipments.
The ore shipments  from   Sandon for
the month of January, over both roads
were.
Payne 209 tons
Minnesota Silver Co... 190 tons
Sunset 145 tons
American Boy 133 tons
Last Chance 120 tons
Reco  82 tons
Wonderful    58 tons
Total 737 tons
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15 lbs. White Sugar
:\ lbs. Best Mocha and Java
3 lbs. English Breakfast Tea
:* lbs, Host Japan Tea
5 cans California Table Fruit
20 bars Laundry Soap
5 lbs. Fancy Mix Biscuit
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MARKETS IN ALL THK  PRINCIPAL TOWNS Oi
BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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