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Sandon, Sanuarp 11, 1902
Chapter 16
Concentrated Zocalite.
These are the Jays when the COHl
man j;cts even.
A. W. Goodenough is in lhe field for
iriHVur of Kaslo.
In future Kaslo will not pay salaries
for mayor and aldermen.
Albert Karr is visiting lhe scenes of
his childhood in Petrolea.
The Nukusp & Slocan (rain did not
run on Tuesday, owing to the storm.
The Reco hotel is using Halcyon
mineral waier, bottled   at the   springs.
Nelson curlers will send a team to
Winnipeg to go Up against the prairie
province cracks.
The C. P. K. is running a daily
I rain on the completed section el the
Lardeau branch.
Passenger traffic on both roads is extremely light. The K. & S. had a
passenger yesterday.
Monday is nomination day, hut up to
the hour oi going to press no candidates
have  entered the field.
It is reported that lhe Si. Eugene at
Mojie will open up in June, when the
refinery at  Trail commences operations.
Henry Tattrie returned lasl Saturday from ihe   Crow's   Nest,   where he
spent a few   days   looking    ai    tile coal
camps.
John Nelson, who sold out of the
Denver Hotel recently, intends lo move
over into lhe Crow's Nest country in a
few days.
C. E. Bade, formerly of Sandon   hut
E'no.c of Portland,   llre^on,   will   put in
Ithe steam   heating   appliance   at   the
Hotel Reco.
The Paystreak circulation is limited
lo one million. The limit has not yel
been touched, You still haveanopportunity to subscribe.
Sailor Jack returned to Sandon yes-
terday. Local politicians fear that
there is some plot on to capture the
nomination in his behalf.
The Lasl Chance has iemporily suspended operatians in the long tunnel,
being unable to gel air as the Five
compressor is .-dun down.
Draw poker, the nocturnal diversion
of devotees of the blind goddess ol' fortune, finds many patrons in lhe Silver
lily these winter evenings.
'The tracklayers on tlie Arrowhead &
Kootenay went on strike lasl Tuesday
and returned to Kaslo in a body. They
Would not slam! a cut   in wages.
Shady Giegerich is presenting his
customers with the prettiest inlander
in town it is a zinc etching oi Vosemile
park scenery, picturesque an J true to
life.
Sawmill companies on the Crow's
Nest road have formed a trust and are
raising prices. They have taken a
long term lease on all the available
C. P. R. timber land in order to keep
others out.
The    infant    child    oi   Dr. and .Mrs.
Gomm died   on   Monday  lasl and was
Buried on   Wednesday.     The   bereaved
arcnts wish to   lender    their thanks to
ose    sincere    friends    who   comforted
em in their sorrow.
dtp Council.
At the council  meeting on   Monday
evening there were present Mayor
Lovatt Aldermen Cameron, tunning,
Folliott, Dully and Jalland.
A nuniher of communications, mostly regarding the city's finances, were
read. [Tills amounting lo $816.73
were passed and ordered paid.
The monthly reports were read and
accepted.
A bill from M. L. Grimmett for
services as city solicitor was laid over
and the clerk instructed to write Mr.
Grimmetf to attend the neat meeting
of lhe council.
On million, the council decided that
Dr. Gomm be paid Si00 on account if
funds were available.
Moved bv 'Thomas Duffy, seconded
by Robt. Jalland that whereas Mayor
Lovatt did on the ibth d.iv of December, 1901, veto a resolution of the
council passed on the inil oi December,
recommending to the lieutenani-gover-
nor the appoint men 1 oi C. E. Lyons as
police magistrate :
Therefore, be it resolved that the
municipal council, after due consideration oi the reason as set forth by the
mayor, do reject such reasons as insufficient.
And be it further resolved that the
council hereby recommend to the
lieutenant-governor the appointment of
lhe said C. . . Lyons as police magistrate oi lhe city.
And further be il resolved thai the
city clerk be instructed to forward a
copy oi these resolutions CO the oWicc oi
the Provincial Secretary.
Ayes -Cameron, Cunning, Jalland,
Duiiy,  Folliott.
Nays���None.
Will JcstaMi&b a precedent
THE SLOCAN STAR AND RABBIT
PAW CASE WILL SETTLE
Tin-: FORM OF APPLICATION
VOR INSPECTION.
In ihe case of the Star Mining c\.
Milling Company vs. the Byron N.
While Co., the defendants are appealing against the order of inspection
j grained the plaintiff.
This appeal will settle the form oi
order that will be granted in every
similar case, as well as the righ's ol a
mine owner to investigate the workings of an adjoining mine when he suspects that such workings extend into
his property.
Wiautcd^n Statement of the
dtp's finances.
The city council owes il to the community to give) an account of tlie city's
affairs for the past year. 'The city's
fiscal year ends on January 15th, after
which the statement should be published as early as possible. 'The cilv's
finances are in very much better shape
now than when the present council
took hold of affairs one vear ago, and
lor this reason if for no other ;: full
statement should he   published.
Ziberals to meet.
A meeting oi liberals oi Sandon and
vicinity is called to lake place on Wednesday evening next in the city council
chamber. The object oi the meeting
is to discuss the advisability of effecting
a permanent organization and also to
consider sending delegates to the liberal convention in Vancouver on January 30th.
judgment not pet Rendered
Sfn TClhite Companp
&ppeal.
'The appeal oi the Byron X. White
Company against the order oi the
Rossland court, has not yet been heard
at Victoria. In the meantime the full
court has withdrawn the maps and
plans of ihe Byron N. While Company
from the force oi tlie order, and the
survev bv the Rabbit Paw engineers is
proceeding without access to these It
i> not known when the full court will
hand down its judgment in the matter
oi the appeal.
mining float.
Jn Business Mgain at the
Old Stand.
The Last Chance has four cars of
ore on the track awaiting shipment.
So far they have not been able to gel a
satisfactory rate from the smelters.
Surveyors have been working all
week on the Slocan Star ground for the
benefit of the Rabbit Paw case. A. S.
Farwell is in charge of the work.
The force at the Goodenough was
laid off this week and the propertv
shut down. Eight men were on the
payroll previous to the shut-down.
The Wonderful is shipping a couple
of cars of ore this week.
The Minnesota Silver Company shipped four cars of concentrates this week.
The company will make a shipment
to Furope in the near future oi 250 tons
of zinc ore.
The New England, Scotland and
Halifax Fractional claims on Tributary
creek are being crown granted.
The rawhide trails are in good condition.
Il is reported that the Whitewater
will close down when they have completed their contracts wiih the Trail
smeller.
When the  bunkllOUSes are rebuilt at
the Silver King that properly will send
down   3000   tons a month  to the   Hall
smeller.
Crude lead is worth $1.18 a hundred
in Sandon and the manufactured article
iu the shape of white lead costs $7.50 a
hundred.
Silver 5b cents.
An upraise will be commenced in the
Silversmith. The ore is now a verv
line grained steel galena.
John Buckley will lake owv the
Clifton House again on the 15th of
January, Murphy & McLellan relinquishing their lease on that date*
John Buckley is one oi the pioneer
business men oi Sandon, and is well
known not only in the city but thruoul
the entire Kootenay country, He
opened business here nearly seven years
ago and conducted the Clifton House
Continuously until one year ago, when
he went to the Boundary to develop his
mineral properly there. Mr. Buckley
will hi' glad to renew his aquaintance
with his many patrons at the old stand.
Vhe VXinter Carnival.
Preparations for the winter carnival
are already under way. The curling
club has fixed the date of the big bon-
speil for the week commencing the 17th
of February, and the hockey club will
pull their tournament oil on lhe 12th,
13th and 141I1 of February. Hockey
teams from all over the province will be
invited to contest and the championship
games brot off here. All expenses oi
the contesting teams will be paid. The
Silver City carnival will be the biggest
and best ever held in the Kootenav.
filbert Changes loands.
P. W. Murphy, of Murphy & McLellan, of the Clifton House, has taken
a lease on the Filbert Hotel and will
take the business over on the 15th.
Wm. Bennett retires from the business and will devote most oi his attention to his mining properties.
"Paddy" Murphy's popularity is
sufficient assurnnce that he will have a
good run in the new stand.
U Slocan dtp Wledding.
A happy wedding ceremony took
place at Slocan City last Thursday
evening by which Jack Cavin and Miss
Jessie McGlllivray were joined in wedlock A ball was given in their honor
the following evening in which between
90 and 100 citizens   took part.���LeJge.
The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will give
a basket social in aid of the church on
'Thursday, January 16th. Some new
features will be introduced and a good
time can be expected. Fveryone welcome.    Admission free.
The provincial legislature will meet
on February 20th, one day earlier than
last year. I
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the papstreak. Sanadon, B. C. Sannarp 11.
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THE NEWS OF   OCR NATIONAL
CAMP AT HOME AND
ABROAD.
The Sandon hockey club has received
an invitation from Nelson to play hockey there at any date in the near future
suitable 10 the home team. The boys
will go over a week from Monday.
The Wellingtons oi Toronto are not
far out of the dub class for a Stanley
cup team. Gait beat them New Years
day by 3 to 2.
There is skaliug in Dawson City.
The thermometer registered 5-' below-
last  week.
"Tubbv" Townsend. who figured
prominently on the Rossland team last
winter has gone to Africa to light Boers.
Dewet will now come into camp and
give up.
The Queens University team of Kingston were defeated in Pittsburg on Tuesday by the Allstais oi lhat city. The
score was 2 to 1 in a fast clean game.
United States is catching on.
Not alwavs the man who looks the part
Is called to play the role,
A man mav smile with a broken heart,
Shed peace with a tortured soul.
The toughest man on the daily press
May write the local news:
And here is a dapper dude--who'd guess
He writes the sporting views.
The villain who stalks the mimic stage
A hero in life may be;
While a hero actor "all the rage*"
Is damned for his villainy.
Many a tramp has a noble heart,
Main a crank has brains;
Not always the man who looks lhe part
The right to play it gains.
Overcoats and winter clot bins
going at slaughter prices.
E. K. ATHERTON.
CANAC1AN PACIFIC BY.
Tourist   Sleeping    Car   Service.
EtTective January 1st the Canadian
Pacific Railway will operate Tourist
Sleeping Cars on the following schedule : Eastbouod, leave Kootenay Landing every Friday for St. Paul, Toronto,
Montreal, Boston, etc. Leave Dun-
more Junction Monday and Thursday
for Montreal, Toronto and intermediate
noi nls.
Westbound, leave Revelstoke Sun-
Wednesday and Friday lor Vancouver,
Seattle, etc. Full particulars can be
obtained from all local Agents.
J. S. CARTER,
District Passenger Agent.
Nelson.
Patterson & Patterson
Of tho. Union Block arc
offering a 20 per .cent
reduction on all orders
for suits placed during
this month. These suits
are made cij the highest
class tailors in Canada.
Rightly <:ut and toell
made bij the best paid
workmen.
BOOTS, SHOES, RUBBERS.
BLANKETS, ETC.
Certificate    of   Improvements.
NOTICE.
NEW    EXGi.WP.    SCOTLAND   MINK'.i Al
CLAIMS AND H \I.1KW FRACTIONAL
MINERAL CI MM
situate in the Slocan Mining Division of West
K oaten a v District    Where  li>i-;i *��������!:    On
Tributary creek,adjoining the ColunVbna.
TAKE NOTICE that I, T \V. Oterrard, Free
Miner** Certificate No B8774.*, acting as agent
for Gteorge Ky<l 1. Free Miner's Certificate No.
B53130. intend, sixty days from "tit- date hereof
to apply to tho Mini: ft, Recorder for a Certificate  ol  Impr .v, I... :its       r   the purpose   of
obtaining a Crown Gr*  I     the eboveciaiins
And farther take noti    I   at  action, and**
sectionSt.mast ii 001 ed   ������ ire the is
suance otsnchOertificati ui Improvemei T-
Dated this .vut day ol December, \ D. WOT
T W  OERRARD
Certificate     of    Improvements.
NOTIOE.
TO   bELlNQUENT   CO-OWNERS  OP  THK
PAMLICO AND BELL MINERAL
CLAIMS.
To A. R. Porter, J. EL Cameron or any partiae
to whom A. R Porter,or J. B Cameron may
have transferred Interest or Interests in the
Pamlmioo and Bell Mineral claims, situated
n.-ar Cody, and recorded i" the Becorder's
orfioe ol i lif Slocan mining dh Islon,
You an' hereby notified thai 1. PhUlp -l
Hickey. acting as agent for J. D. Farrell and
Vuhirt D. Williamson have caused to t��e expended one hundred dollars each in labor and
Improvements anon the above mentioned
mineral claims under the provisions of the
Mineral aot, ami if within ninety days
from the date of this notice you fail to
contribute your portion of such expediture,
together with all cost of advertising, your
interesl In said property will become the subscribers ander section IV..if an nctentitlad
������Ai: Art to Amend the Mineral Act, 19 0 "
.) D, PARRELL.
vol.SKY lv WILLIAMSON.
[PHILIP J. HICKEY, Agent
Dated this 18th day of October, 19 U
Save money by buying your
Overshoes and Winter Rubbers
from K. R. Atherton as they are
clearing out all their winter
goods at prices th��t will never
again be equalled.
The showing of liquid refreshments
never pinches oul at the Kootney Hotel.
PROCLAMATION.
KTOTICE is hereby given to the Elector*
*���' ot tho Municipality of the City o1
Sandon that 1 reQuiri the presence o1 the
Aid electors at the Oity Council Chambers in
the City HaU on Monday the i*tb daj el
January UHi at tl i'clock noon for the par-
pose of electing persons to represent them in
the Municipal Council a- Mayor an d sin
Aldermen
The mole of nomination of Candidate-
shali be s- follows :  *
The Candidate), shall i>e nominated in
writing The writing shall be subscribed bj
two Votersof the municipality as proposer
and seconder,and Bhallbe lelivered to The
Returning Officer at any time between the
���l.-i t v of not ire and t o'clock p. m. of t he ���\n\ oi
nomination, and in the event of a poll being
necessary Mich poll will be opened on the i7��h
day of January WOJ at the City Council Cham-
hers in the (Sty Hail. The poll will open at
na.ni and close at 4 p m. of which every
person is hereby required to take notice and
govern himself accordingly.
The persons qualified to be nominated for
and elected mayor of the City of Sandon shall
be such persons as are male Rritish subjects of
th* full nee "f twenty-one years, an.) ar> i ot
disqualified under any law and appear on the
last revised municipal assessment roll of the
said city a> owners of land or real property in
the Said city of the assessed value of one
thousand dollars or more.over and above any
registered incumberanoe or charge, and w^o
are otherwise qualified as municipal voters
The persons qualified to be nominated for
and elected Aldermen for the said Oil y shall he
such persons as are male "British subjects of
the full ajre of twenty-one years, and are not
disqualified under any law and anpear on the
Inst revised municipal assessment roll of the
said City as owners of land or real property of
the assessed (alue of five hm died dollars [ ftocf|
over and above any registered incumbrance or
charge, and are otherwise qualified as municipal voters.
Given under my band at the City of Sandon the 4th of January, pkk.
C. E. LYONS.
"Returning Officer.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
0PH1K NO. 3 MINERAL I I AIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining Division of Weal
Kootenay District    Where located   Neai
Sandon
TAKE NOTICE that we. 1> C Hark. Fr.-e
Mi .. r - �� ��������� ate No. BSChfo. A 15 Railton,
Free Mi ers Certificate No. ISM, and 8 II
Whartoi i:- Miner's Certificate No. BSBMS,
intend, sivtj lays fn>m date hereof, toapplj
to the Mi ins Recorder for a Certificate ol
tmprovenx ���-.'or the purposi of obtaining s
Crown 11 r.-  ��� ol the above claim
Andfur) r take notioe thai action under
section ���'���' i��t be oommeuecd t .-fore th,
Uauance ��� ' - icbCertifieatesol improvements
D i  CLAEK,
^Celit
Dated this isth day of Dec*    ber.A D. lam
Application  for Transfer of Liquor License.
NOTICE  is hereby given thai thirty  1h\-
From date lurco! I. the undersigl ed. intend to
apply to the License Commissioners of the
I m oi Sai, ion fur s transfer to me of the
Liquor license held by Knowies fc Finlav of
tie -I'll lace Hotel.
PETEB WESTEaBESO
MARTIN OARI NER,
Dated at Sandon, R C 1 ������������.-��� mber 12, ptoi
Application  for Transfer of Liquor License.
NOTICE i�� hereby given  that thirty days
Iron, date hereof we, the undersigned, intend
to apply to the License Commissioners of the
city oi Sandon for a transfer to us ���i tin
liquor license formerly held by John Kelson
\ (.'���(... ol 1 he Denver Hotel.
D MAGrLIO
ANTi'NK MORAN.
Dated at Sandon this ISth day of l>ec . p. ml
Notice of dissolution.
NOTICE is herebygiven thai I. the undersigned, have disposed of my interest in Th-
Denver Hotel and that 1 will noi be reapon-
sihh- for debts contnu-ted by the presenl
owners.
JOHH KELSON.
liRte.l at Sandon. !>,.(. mh. iflm
FOR SALE.
A limited number of shares in
the Similkaineen Valley Coal
Co., Limited. For further particulars apply to
W. W. FALLOWS.
Sandon, B. C
M parable on
Advertising.
Only a blind man could live
in  the  Slocan  and not road
XLhe papstreak.
JJou cannot not get away
from it. It is like the beautiful snow    it goes everywhere,
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ffl finds its way into every
human habitation in the camp
Ifto man, woman or child
in the Slocan count;\ ever
passes a week without seeing it
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Hs an advertising medium
it is complete.
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cT/)e papstreak
C<m  do   somethinc  foi   vou
that all   the   other   papers on
earth   combined   cannot    do.
It can introduce you and your
iToods to every human  be
in the Slocan.
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rates are
$L00
pev 3nch
per month
The Paystreak circulation
list is open io  examinatu
all times. tClje pagetveak, Sanation, aj. Q��� Jannavp It,
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(Caldwell i rihuiie.)
Word comes to us direct from fashion
headquarters,   Paris, France,   that the
��� orsel must go.     Men of America, shall ,
we  submit  to   this outrage,  or rise in
our  might and fight  against  it to the
lasl ditch?    Have we not endured enuf?
Contemplate the long and weary list of
our afflictions.    We  have suffered  the
hoop   skirt,   the    Grecian   bend,   the
Mother  Hubbard,   the big sleeve  and
other nameless monstrosities with which j
fashion  sought to disfigure our wives, j
daughters and sweethearts.    We have
se�� i   the  time when it w.is  impossible
to hug the objects of our affections in
(In- right place   without  standing on a
step   ladder,   and   the  time  when   we
could not gel   sufficiently near to oiler j
anything more soulful than an Eskimo
sahi.o.      We   have   set'ii   the   feminine
waist   line go up   and down   the   scale
with   the seasons   like a thermometer.
We have had the military back and the
Straight   ivon\.     And   all   oi these   we
have endured, because the corset always
managed to indicate with a degree oi
certainity the   place  where  nature designed the arm to go.    But   take away
thai guide and all   would he chaos  and
uncertainly.    What   man   would  dare
embrace a corsetless girl?    How would
he know how to go about it?  How could
he tell when to   throw off the pressure?
If she  should   be a nice,   fat   girl   he
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a suit of clothes or pair oi trousers. We
guarantee SATISFACTION to all our customers.     Leave your order with us for a
WINTER SUIT.
J.R. CAHERON. fastSrble
would   be liable   to suuash her   bevond
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repair   before he   realized that   he   was
up against anything.   And if she should j
be a thin girl, and without tin: warning
squeak oi steel, her framework   would
lie crushed   in by the first   tender  em- I
brace   of ardent,   young love.     Fellow
countrymen,    it   will   never do.      The
corset  must not go.    You  take a long
searching look at  the first girl  you see J
dressed   without a corset, and   vou will |
realize   what this   mandate from   Paris
means.    Possibly a girl���some girls at
least���would   look   all   right   without
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corsets if otherwise unadornod. We do
not know about that. But this much
is sure, no t^irl should be permitted to
run at large without corsets it she is
going to wear anything else.
the SFoker in the XZpitaph.
An   epitaph placed  over a grave of a
late  citizen  oi Lost  Creek  who died
quite unexpectedly:
Here lies the clay of Mitchell Coots,
Whose feet yet occupy his boots;
His soul has gone    wo know not where
It landed, neither do we care.
He slipped the joker up his sleeve
With vile intention to deceive,
And when detected tried to jerk
His gun, but didn't get his work
In with sufficient swiftness, which
Explains the presence here of Mitch.
At Gabriel's   trump if he should  wake,
He'll mighty likely try to take
The trick with that same joker he
Had sleeved so surreptitiously,
And which we placed upon his bier
When we concealed his body here. the Papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Januarp 11.
The Paystreak.
Published Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest White
Metal Camp on Earth.
Operated in the interests of the Editor.
Subscription    -   -    -    -    $2.00 a year
Strictly in advance.
Specimens Shipped on Suspicion.
absurdity of the ceremonial burlesque.
Perhaps from the pedestal on which he
has been placed by five hundred million
willing subjects, Edward*looks down
and laughs with Puck, "What fools
these mortals be !"
William MacApams,    -   Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, JANUARY u, 1Q02.
Pomp, pageantry and pride of circumstance hold unfettered sway in London now. For the accident of his
birth a man is to be crowned king,
and fools rush from every quarter of
the globe to get in on the play. Ostentation and vulgar wealth have found
an opening ; a coronation is to be performed. Glitter of gold and blaze of
gems are the manifestations oi station
and rank. Millionairesses from the
land of liberty vie with the dusky
princesses of the Orient in the lavish-
ness of their display. The insensate
greed, the cold cruelty of avarice which
prompts men to grasp and hoard colossal fortunes finds its natural anthesis
in this insane vanity which parades its
gilded grandeur before all the world.
Pride of ancestry struts hand in hand
with the aristocracy of wealth. Miles
and miles of humanity, arrayed in torments more gaudy, bedecked with jewels and plumes more costly than Rome,
Carthage or Alexandria's barbaric
splendor ever knew, will parade the
streets of the greatest city of the greatest empire of the greatest civilization
that this old world has ever known.
It is a laugliable commentary on
the boasted intelligence of these modern
times that hordes of people, sane enuf
to be at large, will rush across oceans
and continents to follow one small
man about the thorofares of Modern
Babylon.
Civilization is little better today
than it was in Rome two thousand
years ago. The same pride, the same
vanity sway the human mind. The
coronation parade is the triumphal
march, modernized to suit the times.
No slaves are led in chains at this
modern saturnalia, but the slaves are
there, bound as effectually by an in-
visable cord. No hostages march
between files of spearmen, but the lust
for conquest holds the same honored
place as of old. The legions who
followed Caezar are outrivailed by the
crimson columns who march in Edward's train.
Such is the lasting sway of the
featish of royalty. It does seem
strange that the world never sickens
of all this mockery and mimicry. It
seems strange that the participants
themselves should fail to recognize the
YESTERDAY we received from the
department oi agriculture at Ottawa a
courteous note informing us that one
Hodson would forward to this oifica
each week carefully prepared articles
on the live stock question.
Unless these essays deal with the
science of the diamond hitch or give
hints on how to rough-lock a rawaide
the agriculture gent is slightly out of
his latitude. The only brand of live
stock literature circulating in the Slo-
can is the inscription on Pat Burns'
meat bills and the directions that go
with cans oi St. Charles condensed.
Bishop Potter says that prohibition is a failure and a fraud ; a
kindergarten for a race oi hypocrits.
The Bishop is onto his job. For an
uninitiated gospel shark who never
resided in Kansas, he is a wise guy in
his time.
Newspapers in the copper camps
pretend to take considerable comfort
out of the allegation that, altho the
copper market has ^onc fluey, prices
have no right to be low because stocks
of copper in the hands of manufacturers and metal merchants are not abnormally large and the demand is
increasing. This is very doubtful consolation. If Bill Clark oi Montana
and Tom Lawson oi Boston can knock
the bottom out oi the copper market
just to give each other the worst oi it,
what will they be able to do when thev
get tired bucking and put in together.
Judging from where we sit, thev should
be able to put every other camp in the
world on the hike for the benefit oi
their own. Copper prices may i^o up,
but not before it suits the convenience
of the Amalgamated. Not if Bill
Clark knows it.
The Kamloops Standard says :
People talk about the advantage oi American capital and capitalists to British
Columbia. Sandon, for instance, has a
large payroll, and thousands a month ate
paid out to Americans, who send all their
money out to the States, like lhe Chinaman does to China. The plaee is headquarters for socialism and even other ism
foreign to Canadian ideas.
We would like to secure keneti-
scope rights on the workings oi that
man's brain pan. It is a lead pipe
cinch that he has wheels enuf to equip
a young bicycle warehouse. He
knows nearly as   much   about Sandon
as a Fiji Islander knows about the
nebular hypothesis. His proper name
is Bughouse Jay Haymaker, from the
last concession oi Rubeville, Wayback
County. He continues to publish a
newspaper only thru the forebearance
oi a long-suffering public. Sooner or
later somebody will strip the moss oH
his anatomy and discover that he has
been dead to the world for several
years but  neglected to lie down.
The general consensus oi opinion
is that next May, when the Trail refiner)' is in working order, business in
the lead camps will pick up.
Barring the possibility oi an advance in silver or lead prices, we see no
reason to hope for a revival. The refinery which is being built at Trail is
merely an experimental one. Aldrich
says it will cost $40,000, which is
about 10 per cent oi what a real refinery would cost. No refinery built for
$40,000 can handle the product oi the
100,000 tons oi lead ore which would
be mined annually in Kootenay if conditions were favorable. The Trail refinery looks more like a bluff to keep
others out ol the refining business in
B. C. than anything else, h certainly
does not resemble a business-like effort
to establish an up-to-date refinery.
On the other hand, supposing the
Canadian Pacific Smelting & Refining
Company did build an adequate refinery at Trail, there is no reason to hope
that they would pay any better rates
than they do now. h would still be
London prices, less Si 7 freight and
treatment, less 10 per cent moisture
charge, less 10 per cent nett held out
tor 90 days, less 50 cents a unit zinc
penalty, less $16 a ton tor shipment to
London, less numerous other <roiiL!"es.
rake-offs and short weights. If the
Canadian Pacific would give the mine
owner what his rock is worth right
now and quit gouging they would
make Kootenay the best mining country on earth. Seeing that thev will
not doit now, what reason is there to
hope that they will do  it next May ?
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The Canadian Pacific Railway
Company is applying to the Dominion
government for additions to its franchise, giving it power to run irrigation
works, parks, hotels, mines, smelters,
steam laundries, electric plants, agricultural colleges, orphans' homes, etc.,
etc. The Wall street financiers who
own theC. P. R. are evidently preparing to take Canada over in the interests
ot their company.
It is reported that the Chinese
court will engage an American adviser
at $15,000 a year. If this is not scabbing on the diplomatic wage scale, we
know a man who will take the job.
*M the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Sfanuarp 11.
John D. Rockefeller cashed in
$16,000,000 from his Standard Oil
interests last year and calculates to
;make twenty million this. Unless
[John D. changes his tactics he is liable
to earn the contumely of his esteemed
friend Andrew Carnegie by the voluntary disgrace of dying rich.
lookout chair in   the front   row of the
grand stand.
The Vancouver World, now the
property of MacKenzie & Mann, says
that Mr. Dunsmuir is going to retire
in favor of E. V. Bodwell, the V. V.
& E. grafter. Mr. Dunsmuir is going
to retire all right enuf, but seeing that
Bodwell has yet to be elected, his reported ascendency to the premiership
is slightly previous. Dunsmuir counted himself down and out when he
said, uto hell with the committee, to
hell with the union, to hell with the
men." Now it is "to hell with Dunsmuir," and he will get there without
any intermediate stops when the next
election comes off.
William Lyon MacKenzie King
told the Rossland muckers that he
could not enforce the alien labor law
because the government had made no
appropriation to defray the expenses of
deporting the Missourians.
After such a raw crack as that,
William Lyon MacKenzie King and
his Labor Bureau outfit should go
awav back in the dark and sit down,
where the cold, deep silence of oblivion
could settle round them like snow
around a bunk house door.
The Hot Air Line is having a
scrap with the Great Northern over a
crossing. They should put in a pneumatic tube, suspended with air screws
and operated with lixuid air generated
by cyclone spools.
Seats along the line of the coronation parade are selling as high as
;��ioo for the day, at which rate we
could hold one for about seven seconds,
but if Yorkey, our college chum, does
the square thing he   will   reserve us a
Professor Loeb of the Chicago
University has discovered an elixir of
life with which he claims he can
guarantee human beings uninterrupted
existence for at least a thousand vears.
We would like to take a shot of that
stuff, just to kind of hang around and
see if the British government ever
awakens to the fact that Imperial
Reasons are killing  British Columbia.
Up to the hour o\ going to press
Miss Stone is three deaths ahead of
General Botha, but Botha has more
escapes to his credit.
The court of inquiry appointed to
do so has found that Sampson won the
naval battle at Havana, and strait way
Historian Maclay gets fiired for having
written it down that these things were
so. If the inquiry board was right,
where was Maclay's offense ? If Mac-
lay lied, and Schelay was the hero,
why not fire the board too. Teddy
should have the whole gang transported to Slocan City for life.
John Considine killed a policeman in Seattle recently and is now
going to move to Spokan. This looks
like a waste of advertising. John
may have to kill three or four policemen to establish his reputation in
Spokan.
When Marconi gets  his wireless
telegraph down to an   exact science,
The  Paystreak  will   publish a   daily
paper.    We  calculate to get our dispatches on wind.
The Skate Famine is broken
at last and you can slide to
glory on a pair of  ;   :   :   :  :
Boker's Old dominion
Vfte fastest Tbockcp Skate Made.
Me f)ave five &o$en   a ir vof)icf) we are Selling 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.
lb. Bpers <�� Co
Sandon,
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'kaslo,
Vlelson. the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C. tfannarp 11.
Speak Out.
If you've anything to offer that will aid
the cause of right,
Speak it out.
If you've  any   truth   within  you   that
will lend the world a light,
Speak it out.
If the   lire is in   your spirit   and   the
passion to create,
You will feel it, you will know it. Then
to labour.    Do not wait.
Go about it   with a purpose   that   will
conquer Time and Fate,
Speak it out.
Should  your heart  contain a message,
make it terse and make it clear,
Speak it out.
If it's new   and if it's   true  the  world
will listen, do not fear,
Speak it out.
In the realms of the soul,   expression is
the dominating need,
Tell  your  thots  by art or  music, by a
word or by a deed;
If there's light or love or beauty in the
product, men will heed,
Speak it out.
Do not say there's nothing new?   Some
thots hear telling o'er and o'er.
Speak them out.
Just be sure you say  them hetter  than
they e're were said before,
Speak them out.
Do not make the   weakling's plea   that
all the changes have been rung?
Still we are but babes in   Progress, for
the world .is yet is young;
On the Future's lips are sweeter songs
than ever have been sung.
Speak them out.
There are other means than   tongue or
pen to tell the things you feel
Speak them out.
Shere's the chisel, there's the brush, by
which your dreams you may reveal,
Speak them out.
Sho"uld you   have no gift for these, yet
do not deem your quest in vain;
Be a worker, for by   actions men   their
ends may best attain.
, Let  the  Deed  be  your  interpreter  to
make your message plain.
Speak it out.
Do you thrill with God's great purpose,
that impels you to aspire?
Speak it out.
Does   the  hope   for    something   better
burn within you like a lire?
Speak it out.
Never   called   the   world   for  leaders,
teachers, prophets, as today.
If you   have, for love  of humankind, a
cheering word to say;
If your  brain   contains  a thot   to  help
upon the upward way,
Speak it out.
���J. A, Edgerton.
FOR SALE.
Four    Heavy    Work    Horses,
Sleighs, Wagons, and Harness.
J. P. WILSON.
Sandon.
filbert   Cafe.
Open Day and Night.
Best Meals in Town.
Everything Necessary to
Satisfy the Internal
Anatomy,
Bmerican and
European plan.
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LLOYD & BENNETT,
PROPRIETORS.
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WORLD'S SEMC ROUTE.
DIRECT LINE
LOWEST  RATES
EAST
WEST
Winnipeg
Vancouver
Toronto
Victoria
Ottawa
Seattle
Montreal
Portland
New York
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VIA SOO LINE.
St Paul, Chicago and all L'niled  States
Points.
TOURIST SLEEPING SERVICE
p-.o-p  i Lv. Revelstoke Wed. Fri. Sun
I i-v- Dunmore Mon. Thur. Sat.
Leave   Kootenay   Landing   Friday   for
St. Paul,  Toronto,   Montreal,   Boston.
WFST f ^eave    Revelstoke    Monday,
\ Wednesday   and    Friday    for
Vancouver, Seattle and Coast Points.
PIONEER HOTEL
OF THE SLOCAN.
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HOTEL SANDON.
ROBERT CUNNING. Prop.
smrmns sins' u "tnr unrsinrs^
A Table that is Replete with the
Choicest Seasonable  Viands.
Rooms: Large, Airy and
Comfortable.
Special Attention to
the   Mining   Trade.
IF
folliott & ZBlcmiltm
Contractors and Builders.
DEALERS IN	
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Flooring and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on  Hand to  Order.
-'.-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0->
Factory on Main Street
.. M Carload of Bpples..
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T��A/Vl5rIIP SE RVICE.
From | To Alaska, Hawaii, China,
Vancouver I 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.,
j Nelson, B. C.      Vancouver, B. C.
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The Art Piano of Canada.
Heintzman Co.
MAKERS,
Toronto,   Ont.
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Thomas.  Duffy,
AGENT,
Sandon -- B. C.
We have just received a Carload of tlie Finest Apples ever
shipped into Sandon. All selected Okanagan Fruit	
���falland SBros.
Sandon
British Columbia
footwear
In order to close out a few lines
of GENTLEMEN'S FINE SHOES
we are offering some great bargains
Look in the window.
Zouis Tbupperten
riain Street ��� Sandon the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Sfanuarp 11.
Epigrams from
mall Street.
Lawaon, the Boston millionaire who
is cutting such a large swath in the
copper market just now has issued an
autograph calender to his friends. He
j^ivcs a line of advice or an epigram for
every day oi tlie year. Here is a few of
them.
"When you gamble in stocks it is you
against the world���one against millions.
"Take what comes to you, as tho you
liked it. Never for an instant, forget
its a game oi chance, and, while its
free, no one is compelled to come into
it.
"When you loose, the other fellow
wins, and he is as much entitled lo it
as you.
"Don't rail aginst Wall street because
it, in time ,getS the entire stako thru
its commission. Wall street is the
gamekeeper and referee. All interesting games must, will and do have them.
Wall street was there before you were
born, and   will lie   after  you are   dead.
"On New Year's Eve, Father Time
and the new-born cherub meet in Trin-
itv Church to make deliveries. The
meeting place is an appropriate one; at
the foot oi Wall street is the river; at
the head, Trinity's graveyard, and in
the middle the Stock Exchange.
"How marvelous is the tape! You
hold one end in your fingers, the other
passe-- around and beyond the lasl lap
oi eternity.
"The letters and figures used in the
language of the tape are very lew, yet
thev spell hell in 00,000,000 different
languages.
"Navigation in Wall street waters is
dangerous, because the rocks are all
out oi sight; when you locate one by
striking it, they shift to another achor-
ing.
"Wall street on dry days amuses
itself by soaking the people -also on
wet days and other days.
"The ticker rests upon the sabbath
���to bury its victims.
"The ticker first asks: 'What do
you think 1 am going to say?' then
says the opposite.
"There are two kinds of people in
Wall street waters���the "licensed and
unlicensed. Each is worse than the
other.
"When you are long and they're
dropping, its purgatory; when you're
short and they're rising it's hell.
"A Wall street pilot is one who tired
of sinking his own craft, sinks others
for salvage.
"Nothing succeeds like success���except inside information.
"Wall street advice is free, and it is
worth it.
"Each day a million shares are hot
and sold for the public. Wall street
receives $250,000 in commissions. Yet
those who should know better say
brokers are not producers.
"Oftimes a few yards of tape contains more history than all of the 'vol-
urns' of a Macaulay or a Bancroft."
"There are many philosophers in
Wall street, hut they're all broke."
"The ticker everyday at quarter past
two tells the victims the time; it appreciates that they had watches earlier
in the game."
"The ticker blasts more lives than
rum and cards combined.:
Almost any good mathematical system can beat the ticker to a standstill ���
before ten and after three.
"If the Garden of Eden had been in
Wall street, Adam would never have
got even a bite of the apple.
"Aristotle must have been flirting
with the tape when he said the world
was made up to two kinds of people���
liars and liars."
Tickerv, tickery, lock,
The lambs ran after slock;
The stock it turned  and   the lambs got
burned,
And now they're all in hock.
"One of the fundamental principles
oi modern finance, and the one to which
America owes much oi its enormous
wealth: When the stock has advanced
to prohibitive high figures double the
capitalization and repeat.
"When Wall street holds a husking
bee insiders gels all the red ears."
Hark, hark, the dogs 4�� hark,
The coppers are tumbling down;
There are some with bags and lots with
jags,
And they'll surelv bust the town.
Gale's BartILp
AND BATH ROOHS
Tmmrs
Is the best  Tonsorial   Establishment in the Slocan.
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'A* 'A* 'i*
Balmora   Building Main St,
l&alcpon Ibot 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.
^Ip^MlK medical waters of Halcyon
l^lfc^ are tno most curative in the
worlc. A perfect, natural remedy ior
all Nervous and Muscular diseases,
Liver, Kidney and Ltomack ailments,
and Metallic Poisoning. A sure cure
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.
Stranger
Should y.iur meanderings about
this mundane sphere take you to
Nero Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne of America at
which pilgrims ma\ enjoy all the
comforts of a home, at prices on
a par with the damage le\ied by
other houses thniOUt 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 bedrooms are large, airy
and luxuriously furnished. The
other accomodations are unexcelled in the Slocan, and the
brands of bottled comforters kept
in stock arc health-giving and
soul-inspiring when taken in
proper quantities. The proprietor's name is
Henry Stege.
The Auditorium
OF THE
THE MINERS'UNION BLOCK
"^- ^fc '*V
Is die only hall in the city
suited for Theatrical Performances, Concerts, Dances and
other public entertainments.
For   bookings   write   or   wire
Anthony Shilland,
Secretary,   Sandon   Miners'   Union
Sandon, B. C.
George H. Thompson
Barrister   -:-    Solicitor
Notary Public.
OFFICE, VIRGINIA BLOCK
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.
A. F. & A. M,
ALTA LODGE NO. 29.
Regular Communication held first Thur*
day in each month in Masonic Hull at 8 V M
Sojourning hrethem are cordially invited to
attend,
.I AMES M. BARTON, Secretary.
F. L. Christie,
L. L. B.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK
SANDON
0000
SANDOIV
BRITISH COLUMBIA
\1. L.  Grimmett,
L.  L. B.,
BA R R1 ST E R, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY  PUBLIC, ETC.
SANDON, B. C.
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
C. A. BIGNEV.
Manufacturers or
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
Sandon Cartage Co.
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON
Express, Baggage,
and Gatrtage.
Delivery to  all   Parts of the City.
CODY AVENUE
SANDON
Established 1895.
��. Eft. SA3JDBLANDS.
Sancton, B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance  and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stocks bought and sold.   General     agent    for   Slocan   Properties
Promising   Prospects  for  Sale.
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $1 per month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive of
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drugs.
Open To The Public.
DR. "W. E. GOMM.   Attendant Physictan.
MISS S. L. CH1SHOLM, Matron.
.1. H. MCNEILL, Pres. Hospital Board.
ANTHONY SHILLANI), Secretary.
Ship Your Trophies of 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. You Jo the killing.    We do the rest.
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39.
I. O. O. F.
Meetings in the Union Hail every Friday
Evening at 7:30. Visiting Brethern coidially
invited to attend.
R. CUNNING, N. G.
GEO. WA1TE,        JAS. H. THOMPSON
Secretary. Vice Grand. W
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Tbistorp of the Stanley Cup
the papstreak, Sanadon, B. C, Sannnrp 11.
The contest which takes place between the Wellingtons of Toronto and
the Winnipeg Victorias this month \\!l!
be the tenth contest for the Stanley
Cup, which  carries  with il thehockey
championship oi (he world. The firsl
game look place in the Victoria rink,
Montreal, on March 7th, 1X05, between
the Queen's College team of Kingston
and lhe Montreal Victorias. It was an
easy game for Ment real.
The second contest was on Feb'y 14,
1896, between (he Winnipeg Vies and
lhe Victorias of Montreal, on which
occasion the cup went west by a score
of 2 to o.
In the third contest, which took place
in Winnipeg in December oi the same
vear, Montreal go; their revenge, beating Winnipeg by b to 5. It was the
most exciting game of hockey ever
played in Canada.
The fourth contest, in '((7, between
the Montreal Vies and the Capitals at
Ottawa was a farce. The Vies won by
15 to 2.
The first match of the fifth contest,
Februarv 15th, '98, was played in the
Victoria rink, Montreal, and won bv
lhe Montreal Victorias by 2 to 1, the
winning goal being scored by Drink-
water k<\' Montreal within   15 seconds oi
time. The second game oi the fifth
contest broke up in   a   row.    Willi tlie
score at 3 lo 2 in favor of Montreal, Mc-
Dougall fouled Gingras and was put oft
the ice for two minutes. The Winnipeg team demanded that lie be put oil
iov good, and when the referee refused
they declined to come on the ice and play
the thirteen minutes of time left. The
referee then awarded the match to the
Montreal Victorias, and once more they
held the  cup.
In the sixth contest the Shamrocks
defended. Shamrocks won the championship of the C. A. H. L. in 1899 and
SO received the cup from tlie Victorias.
They were called on to defend it right
away, and on March 14th, in the
Arena, met and defeated lhe Queen's
College team, the O. A. H. champions,
by 6 to 2. Contrary to rule, the referee
ordered the first half according to O. A.
H, rules. However, Shamrocks had
Queens at their mercy all thru.
In the seventh contest Shamrocks
and Winnipeg Vies met for the first
match February 12th, 1900, at the
Arena, ami on soft ice which interfered
with the Shamrock's foi ward combination the westerners won the first of the
the series hy a score of 4 to ;. It was
a heart-lireaking match from start to
finish. The Vies won by the strong
individua, play of their forwards.
In the second of the series, Shamrocks
v\on by 3 lo 2 on good ice with a strong
combination game.
The final game was one of the most
sensational in the history of lhe cup contests. The Shamrocks won by 5 to 4 in
the last minute. The game was played
on the iotli, the two teams being as before. From start to finish the pace was
furious, and never for a second did it
let up. Shamrecks played on the de*
fensive at the start, but scored by dashes up the ice. Then (hey let themselves
out and it was battle royal.
The eighth contest was another
lane. The Crescents of Halifax met
the Shamrocks on March 5th 1900 and
were defeated    by 10    to 2    it) lhe   lirsl
game and 11 to o in the second.
In the ninth contest, J inuary 1001,
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to break a tie.
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and the Victorias of Montreal will come
west to play for the cup in the 10th and
1 ilh contests for the Stanley Cup and
the championship of Canada.
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at the Hotel Kootenay. Nothing cm
size up to them in these parts.
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