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Array BOOK V.
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SANDON, MARCH 16 .901.
CHAPTER 24
HAPPENINC-S IE BRIEF.
Prank Kelly wenl lo Spokane on
Tuesday morning.
There was a   dame   III    the D.-inei
Hotel Ian! night
A. I). Copeland sif llie Cube Lode
went to Spokane yesterday.
A. B. Docksteader lias been appointed assistant census commissioner for
the Slocan.
Geo. H. Williams, travelling freight
iitfeiit for the Great Northern, was in
town yesterday.
Mrs. C. J. Smith went to Spokane
on Wednesday to take up her residence
in the hub of Washington.
The Queen')-' funeral was reproduced
within 40 feet of the l'nion Opera
House by the cinemetograph last night.
Tom Fu il went to Sp.>k me on Wednesday. He will spend six weeks
visiting his home in the Palouse country.
Dave Leitch an J Carl Weston went
to the Halcyon Springs on Tuesday to
spend a tew days at the health-restoring spot ofthe Kootenays.
Competition for the Coast to Kootenay charter is getting warm in Victoria.
The C. P. R. has offered to build the
the road without a bonus.
E. A. Cameron returned on Monday
from his eastern visit. .\llho he spent
several weeks in the wilds of Glengarry
he has not forgotten the English language.
The Bank sif Commerce is receiving
subscriptions for the widows and
orphans of the miners killed in the
South Wellington explosion. The
bank is giving $200 to the fund.
Tlie White Cooks' and Waiters'
l'nion of Phoenix has sent out notice
to cooks looking for work to keep awav
from that camp as there are more
cooks there than can find  employment.
George Creech has closed the Great
Western Shoe Emporium and disposed
of the stock sif footwear to Thos.
Brown, The building has been purchased by A, B. Docksteader. George
intends moving to the Boundary country.
D. J. Robertson & Co. have rented
the old Tribune office on Vernon street,
Nelson, and will move three or four
cars of furniture from their Sandon
warerooms to Nelson. If the linn
meets with success in this venture the
whole stock will be moved over at a
later date.
A copy of the statement of the Hull
and Ottawa relief committee has been
received by the Miners' L'nion. The
statement is complete. Everything received and disbursed is accounted for
to the very minutest detail. The
Miners' L'nion subscribed $100, being
ihe only subscription from Sandon.
K. C. Elliott, attorney, of Trout
Lake, is at the Reco. Mr. Elliott, who
is agent for the Trout Lake townsite,
has been making a tour of Coast and
Kootenay points. He reports real
estate active in his camp and he has
negotiations on for important transactions in Lardeau mineral   properties
Supt. Downie ofthe Kootenay division^ of the C. I\ R. accompanied bv
I'- IV liuteiius and Roadmaster Galla-
her were in town Wednesday evening
on a lour of inspection ofthe Nakusp
and Slocan. This is Mr. Downie's
first \i^t  to Sandon.
A rink ol Kaslo curlers came over on
Wednesday and gave the Sandon curlers a bad drubbing. They played four
games, beating Sandon three times.
Tlie Kislo rink was composed of Jas
Carrie, A. McKinnon, Ci. O. Buchanan
and Jas. Waugh, skip* Nearly all the
Sandon curlers had an opportunity to
play them, but with the exception of
Hall's rink inei with ignominious defeat.
Slocan City's incorporation act has
passed the legislature and the municipal elections will be held in April.
The water rights of Goat Creek have
been secured by a private company, bul
as the incorporation was put thru
mainly for the purpose sif making the
waterworks a municipal institution,
the companv will net be allowed a
franchise, thereby making their water
rights of no account. Incorporation
was opposed In non-resident property
holders.
Owing to a mistake on the part of
the Inteligent compositor, whose deft
and suppler-fingers crystallize the burning sentiments sif this great family
journal into cold metallic type, the
carnival committee statement which received publication in these columns
last week did not balance. The receipts from collections were underestimated by S100 and there was a
trivial error sif 50 cents on the adverse
side ofthe account.
The Miners' Hospital Ball, which
takes place on Monday night is the
sensation in social circles. Everyone
who dances or participates in the gay-
whirl of society will be there and this
year's hospital ball promises to outshine
any previous event under the auspices
of the board. The grand march to the
strains of Tom Duffy's Stradevarius
will take place at 9:30 o'clock and from
that to to the gleam of dawn the festive
dance will go on.
WILL SHUT THE WATER OFF.
The Sandon   Water & Light Com
pang   Sends   Notice  that   the
Hijdrants   toill be   Dismantled
Unless the Seroice is paid for.
Hospital Metes.
Sandon Will Be Well Represented.
The progress already made in the
matter of sending a delegation to Ottawa to ask for a lead bonus indicates
that Sandon will be well represented.
The Mine Qwners' Association has resolved to send at least three delegates.
The Miners' Union will undoubtedly
send one and the city may send a
couple.
At a meeting held in the City Hall
yesterday Jas. Vallance, W. H. Lilly
and Win. Walmsley were appointed a
committee to see what funds were
available to send representatives ofthe
merchantile interests. Another meeting will be held in the city hall on
Wednesday next at which the sub-
cribers to the fund will appoint delegates to represent the interests mentioned. Altogether Sandon will try to
have not less than seven delegates,
which  will be going   Kaslo one better.
The following letter has been sent to
the mayor and city councillors by the
Sandon Water & Light Company.
Sandon, March 12th, 1901.
To the Mayor and City Council,
Sandon, B. C.
Sirs :
We understand that the accounts
due the Sandon Waterworks & Light
Co., by the city for the months of November, December, Januarv and February were passed by the council at
their last meeting, but because of the
refusal of the mayor to sign the voucher
or warrant for the same it is not possible for the company to get the money.
Also, that the contract for the hydrants for this year was accepted by
the council and that the mayor and
city clerk were instructed, by resolution,
to sign said contract for the city. This,
we are informed, the mayor also refused to do.
We have made several enquiries of
the city clerk and find that the above
mentioned conditions still exist.
Outside ofthe large outlay in supplying the town with two high pressure
systems, there is a very large expense
in keeping flumes and hydrants in repair, as well as the risk of damage in
case of breakage of flumes or pipe
lines, which, on account of the sliding
nature of the country is very great.
The careless handling of thse hydrants also increases this risk.
The city has only paid three months'
rent since Octaber, 1899.
We cannot do business without pay
anv more than any other business firm,
and can only do a successful water and
light business when done on a cash
basis.
After carefully considering the before
mentioned conditions we hereby give
notice that unless the accounts due to
this company are satisfactorily settled,
on or before the 19th of this month,
that the service will be discontinued
and hydrants dismantled.
Yours Respectfully,
Sandon   Waterworks   & Light Co.
There are nine patients in the hospital this week, the largest number for
some time. Henry Warren and Roland
Madden who have been in for a couple
of weeks are convelescent and will get
out in a few days.
Henry Peasant, Herbert Peasant and
Johny Black are all down with typhoid
fever. Harry is pretty sick but no fears
are entertained for his safety.
Ed. Cussick and Tom Sairis have the
grippe.    Their cases are not severe.
Dan Mackenzie had to undergo a
surgical operation which will keep him
fndoors for several days.
John Allan had his hip dislocated
and suffered some injuries about the
head while working at the \meriean
Boy mine on Tuesday. He is getting
along nicely but will not be out for
some time.
Charlie aMcCuIlough, an employee at
the Last Chance died at the hospital on
Tuesday morning from intestinal obstruction. McCullough was a young
man of only 21 years and a comparative stranger in the country, having
been at the Chance about two months.
His sister, Mrs. Ryan of Spokane came
up to attend the funeral, which took
place on Thursday.
Frank Campbell, Martin Shannon,
Neil Prest and James Burns were discharged this week.
The death of Charlie McCullough was
the first to occur in the hospital for ib
months. During that period 151 patients have been successfully treated.
This is a record of which the hospital
staff feel justly proud.
The Week's Ore Shipments.
From Sandon Over the C. P. R:
Ivanhoe  64 tons
Slocan Star *.  21 tons
Sovereign  9 tons
Goodenough  55 tons
Ajax    10 tons
From Sandon Over the K. & S.
American Boy  42 tons
Last Chance  39 tons
Operatic Circuit
Manager Annabel ofthe Nelson opera
house. '.>��ile in the city on Thursday
state *������*  he was  making  arrange
ments I -tablish an operatic circuit.
He will'l-ook companies in Seattle and
San FYan "isco to play in Nelson, Rossland, Ka o, Greenwood, Phoenix, San-
evelstoke, making the return
^-ist bv the main line.
don and
trip to ti
Kaslo 1 s. i the smelter bonus bylaw without a dissenting vote. The
ten year. . exemption also went ,lhru
without much opposition. The company winch proposes to build the smelter is reported to be making progress
and the beautiful lawn and lovely-
gardens of Kaslo may yet seccumb to
the fumes of smeltea smoke.
Fra Smith, who has held the re-
sponsib. position of engineer for the
Crow's N st Coitr Compafty since the
mines we ? opened up, was in town
on Wedne day on his way to Ottawa.
He has let* the employ of the coal company and c is rumored will be an important agent of the C. P. R. in the
charier fight which is now being pulled
off at Ottawa.
i THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON,  B. C, MARCH  .6,
MOW I LAY ME DOWN TO SLEEP.
"Now 1 lay me down to sleep ;
1 pray the Lord my soul   to keep,"
Was my early childhood's prayer,
Taught by my mother's  love and care.
Many years since then have fled ;
Mother slumbers with the dead ;
Yet methinks 1 see her now,
With love-lit eye and holy brow,
As, kneeling by her side lo pray,
She gently taught mc how to say,
"Now 1 lay me down to sleep ;
1 pray the Lord my soul to keep."
Oil ! could the faith of childhood's days,
Oh ! could its  little   hymns  of praise,
Oh ! could its simple, joyous trust
Be re-created from the dust
That lies aronnd a wasted life,
The fruit sif many a bitter strife !
Oh ! then at night in   prayer   I'd bend,
And call my God, my   Father,   Friend,
And pray with childlike faith once more
The prayer my mother taught of yore   -
"Now I lay me down to sleep ;
I prav the Lord my soul to keep."
���Eugene Henry Pullen.
Stranger
Talmage Sounds a Warning
Should y./ur meanderings about
this mundane sphere take you to
Nero Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne of America al
which pilgrims may enjoy all the
comforts of a home, at prices on
a par with the damage levied by
other houses thruout the district,
'lhe Idealistic Scenery of this
Beauty Spot in Nature's Wonderland can be best enjoyed from
the balcony of the
Newmarket Hotel.
The cuisine supplied assays high.
The bedrooms are large, airy
and luxuriously furnished. The
Other accomodations are unexcelled in the Slocan, and the
brands of bottled comforters kept
in stock are health-giving and
soul-inspiring when taken in
proper quantities. The proprietor's name is
Henry Stege.
The Rev. T. Dewitt Tahmige lias
.sounded many a note up and down the
gamut of human conditions that have
seemed harsh and untrue to real lovers
of mankind, but the following rings
with genuine sympathy and shows a
clear understanding of the political
situation in America.
"While in tin's country it is becoming
harder and harder for the great masses
of the people to get a living, there are
too many in this country who have their
two millions, their ten millions and
their twenty millions, and carry the
legislatures in one pocket and the congress of the l'nited States in the other.
And there is trouble ahead. Revolution. 1 pray God it may be peaceful
revolution, and at the ballot box. The
time must come in this country when
men shall be sent into public position
who cannot be purchased. 1 do not
want the union of church and state,
but I do declare that if the church of
God does not show itself in favor of the
great mass of the people as well as in
favor of the Lord the time will come
when the church as an institution will
be extinct, and Christ will go down
again to the beach and choese twelve
plain honest fishermen lo come up into
the apostle ship of a new dispensation
of righteousness, man ward and God-
ward. Bribery is cursing this land.
There have been swindles enacted in
this nation within the last thirty years,
enuf to swamp three monarchies. The
democratic party filled its cup of iniquity
before it went out of power before the
war. Then the republican party came
along, and its opportunities thr-u the
contracts were greater, and so it tilled
its cup of iniquity a little sooner, and
there they lie today, the democratic
party and the republican party, side by-
si Je, each one worse than the other."
Try the Snndon Hand Laundry
for good washing.
NOTICE.
David McXi-.h.i. and Thomas Tail <>i
Montreal and Ihu-ry Abbot and Geo. McL.
Brown, of Vancouver, in the Province ot
British Columbia, Esquires, will apply to the
Parliament of Canada at its next Session for
an act incorporating a Company nnder the
i,. 11 t the K 0< WEN A Y A N11 A K It I > VV HEAD
RAILWAY COMPANY, with power tu run-
struct or acquire and to operate r railway
from a point at or near Arrowhead, on Arrow
Lake, Kootenay district. British Columbia,
thenue by the most direct and feasible route
via Tiont Lake or Duncan River to some
point at the mi-th end of Kootenay Lake in
-.aid district ai d branch linos, with poweT to
own and operate telephone ami telegraph
lines, ropeway.-)-und tramways, warehouses,
steam and other vessels, ferried, mines, smelters, timber land -��� wharves, roads, dock,, sawmills, water ri-.rlits. dam,, flumes, water
power, to generate and transmit and deul in
electricity and electric power, together with
powers assncli to maintaining and operating
or disposing of its railway and works.and such
other powers and privileges as are usually
given to Railway Companies incorporated by
the Parliament of Canada, and for other purposes.
���I. E. M<���Mri.i.KX,
Solicitor for Applicants.
Certificate of Improvements.
Certifloate Of Improvements.
NOTICE.
CUFF EXTENSION MINERAL  (MAIM.
Situate in the Slocan Mining ^-W^^J^gJ
Kootenav   Distriot.   W here located.      '
west   sid   Standard gttlob,  near hour
Mile Creek.
TAKE NOTICE thai KM. R.W. Rathborn.
Free Miner's License No. B.WW. as Mentfor
mvse" and as agent for H.B. Uexonder. Free
[diner's License No. Baww, intend, six da ys
irom  date  hereof, to apply to the  Mining
Recorder   for   a  Certiflcate   of   Improve men. ��
ror the purposed obtaining ol roup '.rant
ol i he above claim. .
And further take notice that action,undei
.section  81  must   be commenced   before tne
issuance of such  Certilicate ol Impiow UieutS
Hated this iTth day of December, V  D.,1000.
M  K  \Y. EUTHUORNB.
Certificate Of Improvements.
MILLF.R    CREEK    FRACTION     MINERAL
CLAIM
situate in the slocan Mining Division of
Wet Kootenay District. Vv here located i
On Miller Creek, about two miles from
Sandon
TAKE NOTICE that I. M. L. Grimmett,
acting as agent forE. L. Warner Pree Miner'
Certilicate No. B8n,oi6, Intend si\ty days irom
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Certifloate ot Improvements f�� r the pui>
pose of obtaining a Crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37. must be commenced before the
Issua nee of suce Certificate ol [mproveratf.
Dated this iu!i dav of Decen ber. l!*-*'.
M   L. Grimmett
Gale's B%
AND BATH ROOHS
Is the Host  Tonsorial   Estab.
lish ment in the Slocan.
Balmoral Building Main St.
A. I\ cS:   A. \1,   \\
ALIA LODGE NO. j.i.
Regular Communication held first Thai.
day in each month is Masonlu Hall nt 8 h, n
So.ourning brethern nre cordially Invited'to
al tend,
A   B, IMK'KSTKAI'F.K. Secretary
NOTICE.
OGF.MA MINERAL CLAIM.
situated in the Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay. Where located i In Ruby
Silver Basid, adjoining Silver,Cord on the
north.
TfAKE NOTICK that I, ('has. Moore, of
* Kaslo, acting as agent of W, J. Trethe-
wey, Free Miner's Certificate No. 44,802, Intend
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the
Mining Recorder for Certificate of improvements, for the purpose' of obtaining a Crown
(Irant ofthe ahove claim.
And further take notice that, action, nnder
seetion '���'",.   must   he   commenced  hefore the
issuance of such Certilicate of Improvements
Dated this SSnd;' day of December, 1900.
CHAS. MOORE.
NOTICE.
The Columbia and Kootenay Railway and
Navigation Oompany'will apply to the Parliament of Canada at Its next Session for an Act
extending the time within which it. may
construct its railways and works, also authorising tin! Company to own and operate
steam and other vessels for tlie carriage of
freight and passengers on any route connected
with any of its railways ami appinting Montreal as the place for its head office with '-power
to^he Directors from time to time to change
it By-law and for other purposes',
J. ti. TOVVNLEY,
Secretary.
Certifloate     of     Improvements.
L,  D   FRACTIONAL    vNI>   LEGAL   FRACTIONAL   MINERAL I LAIMS
Situate iu the Slocan Mining Division of West
Kootenay District Wheie located: On
Noble Five Mountain, in tie- Slocan Mining Division ol West Kootenay Distriot.
���"TAKE NOTICE thai I A 1'. Dookateader,
1 l-'iee Miners' Certilicate No. D8H003, a*
agent lor James Wilson, Free Miners, Certificate N-- R36143, Lewis H.. ["horns, Free Miners'
Certificate No B44726.Caleh \ Freeman, Free
Minors' Certificate No H.'T.'Ti. William D,
Mackay, Free Miner's Certificate No B-ffOPN,
Intend, sixty days from date hereof, toappb
to the Minim, Recorder lor a Certificate <>(
improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a
Crown (irant  of the above Claims.
And further take notice that action, under
.section 37. must be Commenced before the
issuance iif such Certificate of [mprovenu nt ���
A R. DOCKSTADEK
Dated thi; tenth day of November, AD . i!'��i
Certiflcate    of    Improvements,
NOTICE.
SANDON chief mineral CLAIM
Situate in tho Slocan Mining Division of Weal
Kootenay district. Where located: Ahout
1* miles from'Sandon, B C��� in a North-
Westerly direction, adjoining the Elk-
horn.
TAKE NOTICE thai  LE M. Sandilands
*��� l-'i.-e Mi,:ei-s Certificate No. nS'MW!)
Ustted at Sandon May With, UMK), acting as
agent for H. A. Barton, Free Miners' Certirt-
cat,- No R44fi.'L intend, sixty days from date
hereof, to apply to the Mining U- -der for a
Certifloate of Improvements fur the purpo.t
of obtaining a Crown (irant nf the above
claim.
And further take not ice I hat act inn . under
section .ST must be con menoed hefore the issuance of such Certifloate of Improvements,
Dated f liis Twenty-Sixth day of November lUOC
E  M. SANDILANDS.
F. L. Christie,
l..    I..     Ba,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK   -   SANDON
Sandon Cartage Co,
WALMSLEY & McPHERSON
Express, Baggage,
and Gatrtage.
Delivery to all   Part-, sif tlu City.
Established ISM
E. RS. SANDSLANQS.
Sandon, B. 0.
Notary Public.
SnsuraiBce  and  Mining
Broker*
Mining Stocks bought and sold.   General    agenl    for   Sioean   Propi  '
Promising   Prospects for  Sale
NOTICE.
To Delinquent Co-Owners,
TO I'KTKi! SWANSON, or t., ,:,i\ person ...-
persons tn whom he may have traiinferre I hi-
interesl In the King Oscar mineral claim .11
Hear Lake, and recorded in the Recorder's
ol lice for I he SI oc an Mining Division
You are hereby notIfied thai I bayi 0x1 1
ed One Hundred Dollars in tabor and Improvements upon the ahove mentioned mineral
claim, iii order to hold said mineral claim
under I he provisions of the Mineral Act, and
if within ninety days from the date of thi
not iiv you fail or refuse to contribute your
propori ioji of such expenditure, together with
all costs of advertising, your interesl In said
claim will become the proporty of the subscriber und*. r Sec turn I of an Act entitled
"An Act tn Amend the Mineral Act  IBOO."
JOHN KM I ��AI..
Dated t)*'*s-'Uh day of November  lfHJO.
NOTICK.
The Nakuspand Slocan Railway ComnanV
will apply to the. i'arliament of Canada at it's
next. Session for a Act extendin-j; the <-'*������.
within which it may construci its Railways
and appointing Montreal us the pi ���.,.,. i,,r'it'
head-office'with pOwertothe Director Irom
time to timetoobange it hy By-law  and for
Sandon Miners'
! [ospital
Subscribers, $1 per month; Private
patients, $.? per day, exclusive of
Expense of Physiciun or Surgeon
and Drug's.
Open To Thk Public.
DR   w. k. GOMM,   Attendant Physb'""
MISS s. I,  CHISHOLM, Matron.
J. II. McNEILL. Pre*. Hospital B    1
W.   I.     II Alii.Kit.  Secretary
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS.
SANDON LODGE NO. -4
Meets in  Crawford's   Wall  every  W ������ "
day   Evening.     Visiting*  Brethetn |,"l',';'""
Invited in attend.
ANTHONY SCHIL1 \NI>. C. (���
DAVID KKITOH, K. H. s
other purposes.
JOHN V, .ARMSTRONG
Seoretary-Treiisurer.
SILVER Cl TV LODGE NO. .*���)���
1.   O.   O.   F,
Meetings  in the Union  Hail even   VruW
lyeningat tiBO.   Visit im,' B*_thern roi
Invited to attend. <
A. J. BLANCH* N. CK |
GEO. WAITK. R.CUNNIM''- |
Secretary, Vioe G; "
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*������ THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MARCH 16,
MY EMPIRE 'TIS OF THEE.
A Net�� Version of the Old Song
Dedicated bi) the San Francisco
Star to the United States.
My Empire, 'tis of thee,
Land of manifest destiny,
Of thee 1 trill ;
Land where the Indian died
(Because we tanned his hide).
Land of the jingo's pride,
Oh how 1 trill.
Mv native Empire, thee,
Land of the aboriginee,
Thy bulk I boast;
I boast thy forts and guns,
Thy big ships, tons on tons,
Thy, strenuous, beer-tilled sons,
On every coast.
Let bullets shred the breeze,
And whistle thru the trees
Both near and far ;
Lei wealth all labor spurn
Lot niggers hang and bum,
And let the islands learn
What shots we are.
O Mighty Mars, to the,
In blood-red panoply,
We offer song ;
Help us to hang and shoot,
Help us outrage and loot,
Help us to play the brute,
For we are strong.
Business Man���What is your name,
sir
Applicant���Thomas K. K. K. Carter.
"What does the K. K. K. stand for?"
"Nothing.    The  man who stood for
me when I  was  christened  stuttered."
"Now that 1 have given you a nice
dinner 1 suppose you will shovel the
snow off as you said you would ?"
"My goodness, lady ! Dat's a nonunion shovel."
The soothsayer gazed long and earnestly into his palm.
1' Beware of a dark woman !" said
she, finally.
"Black Maria !" gasped the bank
cashier, paling.
He was deeply affected by the warning. Indeed he was a changed man,
henceforth. He stole but sparingly,
nor could he be induced to accept the
superintendency ofthe Sabbath School,
choosing to remain teacher of the bible
class, merely.
A school inspector in the North of
Ireland was once examining a class in
geography and asked the question,
"What is a Like?" He was much
amused when a little fellow, evidently
a true gem of the Emerald Isle, answered, "It's a hole in a can, sir."
AIA
THE   BIG   STORE.
A Word to the People of Sandon and Vicinity.
Having taken stock and cleaned up generally, we find in our several
departments a surplus, such as Shoes, Underwear, Dress Goods and
Men's Clothing. To those who delight in obtaining bargains and good
values for fine new up-to-date goods a visit to the store will amply repay
them.    In our
GROCEKY DEPARTMENT We have an over stock of fine staples and
will for the next  month make ample reductions.
NEW SPRING GOODS for all departments are on the way of which
due notice will be given of arrival. Do not fail to come n and^see
us or write if out of town.
THE   HUNTER-KENDRICK  CO.   LTD.
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FASHIONABLE TAILOR.
Tweeds, Worsteds, Serges,
-FOR THE-
Spring Grade.
CALL AND SEE OUR STOCK.
A Vancouver minister has placed
himself on record as saying: "I regard the typewriter as a blessing to
humanity." He does not, however,
mention whether it is the blonde or
brunette typewriter that he refers to,
nor does he mention her name.���Province.
Ask a friend which is the more correct form of speech : There is a crowd
outside, or there are a crowd outside.
It does not matter what he says in reply. Then ask which is more correct���
yolks of eggs are white or yolks of eggs
is white. Ninety-nine times out of a
hundred he will say "are white, of
course." Then quietly remind him
that yolks of eggs are yellow.
Mrs. Housekeeper���I suppose you
want a piece of cake, too ?
Harvard Hasben���No, lady, but if
there's an old black suit of clothes
around the house I could use that ;
the poor fellow you gave the cake to
yesterday was my brother.
folliott a.mcmuian
Contractors and Builders.
DEALERS IN	
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Coast
Mooring and Joint Finishing Lumber
Moulding, Etc.
Sash and Door on Hand to Order.
-.-JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED T0->
Factory on Main Street
"For the last time, I ask you," he
hissed, "will you give up the notion
that you can recite melodramatic
poetry ?"
"Never !"   replied   the   woman, his
wife, pale; but resolute.
His face grew terrible to behold.
"Then," he cried, in a voice vibrating
with passion, "I shall assume that I
can tell Irish dialect stories !"
Now she grovelles at his feet and
implores him to be merciful, but in
vain. .
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Publiwhed Every Saturday in the heart of tho Richest White
Metal Camp on Earth.
Operated in the interests of the Editor,
Subscription    -   -   -    -   $2.00 a year.
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SANDON, MARCH 16 1901.
Andrew Carnegie, who is about
the biggest grafter still at large, says
it would be a disgrace to die rich. A
knowledge of Andrew's Scotch lineage
hardly permits us to consider him a
humorist. Consequently we must size
him up as a hypocrite. For unless
this philanthropic gentleman has a
copyright on the elixir of life he is
surely going to shuffle off with many
millions of monetary disgrace to
damn his everlasting soul, from the
billion dollar steel trust which J. Pier-
pont Morgan, C. M. Schawb and a
few other able and industrious manipulators are now organizing*in the United
States Andrew Carnegie will get $138,-
000,000 in cash and $86,000,000 in
gilt-edged bonds. If Andy lived out
the alloted three score and ten and
employed every minute shovelling gold
dust into a crack with a No. 2 he
would still have a large stack of "-litter-
ing* damnation to cash in on when the
last call came.
It is not the disgrace of dying rich
that rattles Andy. It is the vague,
worrying, secret presentiment of the
terrors of a future life that leads him to
salve his ossified conscience bv donat-
ing public libraries and founding colleges for the mutable many who are
willing to become recipients of charity
at the hands of this self-appointed
redeemer. Men are not punished for
their sins but bv them, and a haunting\
m> ' O   7
superstitous dread of the retribution
that the blohd of murdered Homestead
strikers will demand is furnishing
Carnegie in this world with the hell
which he fears in the world to come.
If Carnegie really feared the consequences of dying rich he could escape
that fate. With the wealth now at his
command he could do more for humanity than can ever be accomplished by
founding libraries or endowing educational institutions. It is not charity
but justice that is required to elevate
the race. Were the wages of the 400,-
000 employees of the steel combine
raised to a point where they could live
comfortably, where their children could
be clothed and fed and educated as
civilized children should, there would
be no call for charity in the steel camps
at least. But there would be no Car-
negies and   no   Morgans, no  Rocke
fellers, nor Hannas, nor Pratts, nor
Schwabs building billion dollar steel
combines.
The fault is with the system, not
with Andy ; and the system has no
benificaries. All lose in comfort ; none
gain in happiness. Labors watermark guarantees the steel trust's stock.
Labor backs every bond, but labor is
robbed of the fullness and gladness of
life that the steel kings may accumulate superfluous millions. And yet
Carnegie, with all his wealth, is no
happier than many under-paid, poorly-
fed employees whose hard lot is the
spawning ground of anarch}*.
Rome tottered when she built
marble palaces, and the billion dollar
trust is the financial red light that
warns United States to change her
system or die disgraced. Con centra-
tion of wealth is not prosperity, and
this Carnegie knows. The equitable
distribution of the full measure of
wealth to the producers thereof is true
prosperity, and this Carnegie also
knows, but avarice stays his hand.
When he seeks to still the trip hammer
of conscience by trivial gifts and
charities he lies to the world and to his
own soul.
When Canadian Pacific boosters
commence to sing patriotic songs it is
time for the government to bury its
land titles in the horse lot and cache
its coin down the well. A hold-up is
coming sure, and the country will
certainly suffer if there is anything"
negotiable in sight that the raiders can
carry away. Just now the C. P. R. is
wildly patriotic in several places. Its
loyalty agents at Ottawa are terribly
agitated lest James J. Hill and other
alien railroaders should get into the
Crow's Nest and carry awav coal over
roads that will not belong to the
C. P. R. In victoria the patriot railroad men are dancing a can can to the
old song of Canada for the Canadian
Pacific, and the innocent public is
warned ofthe terrible disaster that will
follow the construction of an alien road
from the Boundary to the Coast. It
is noticable, however, that the intense
patriotism of this Belgium-owned
corporation does not prevent it from
sidetracking Montreal, St. John and
Halifax and making its Atlantic terminal at Boston.
The suspicion is gaining ground
that the C. P. R.'s loyalty is not the
real thing. Some folks are cruel enuf
to suggest that these distinguished
harlos are play-acting patriotism for
what there is in it. The old flao* and
an appropriation furnishes the corpora-
tionists with a chorus, the din of which
may drown East Kootenay's request
for a coal market and smother the
Boundary's prayer for competition.
Premier Dinsmuir's  coal  mines
blew up   and   killed   45   miners   and
Chinamen.    Dunsmuir  was supposed
to have fired   all   his   Chinamen   last
summer, but   that   has   nothing to do
with il.    According to  the  dispatches
the premier wept when he heard ofthe
accident.    Now a   public   contribution
for the benefit ofthe miners' wives and
children   is   asked.      Dunsmuir* mav
have had an onion concealed* abo:,' his   ,
jean;-, for emotional   purposes, bu, thai
is none  of our  business.    If   ho had
anv real   sympathy for   the   fatherless
and widows whose   protectors perished
in his  service   he   would   dig   up an
annuity for  each   helpless   family and
not leave them a public charge.    Tears
are cheap, but the public would like to
see such emotion backed by something
negotiable.
Thk Revenue Tax is to be raised
from *S . to ,Ss by the British Columbia
legislature. A bill to this effect is
now before the house and every working man in B. C. will be asked to ante
a five-dollar bill for the sacred privilege
of earning*-an honest living".
Tliis is not the only country in
which the poll tax is in vogue. It prevailed in England until some time in
the early part ofthe last, century and it
is still levied in Siberia, altho the
Czar does not hit his subjects quite as
hard as tho B. C. government does.
The Czar probably does not need the
money as urgently.
A motion has boon made in the
Dominion house to denationalize the
4000 Japs who wore issued citizenship
papers last summer thru tho cannery
J. P's on tho Fraser. Those industrious brownies are now working at cut
rates in the Van Anda and Howe
Sound mines and are driving" white
minors out of business altogether.
With their faked papers as a passport
they are proof against any legal interference and it is only a matter of time,
unless conditions arc altered, until
mining on tho Coast will become a
Japanese industry. -All of which
makes it bad tor tho white minor.
A Student in the Montreal Dio-
cean Theological college expressed a
conviction in his examination ���paper
that the authors of tho bible were no
more inspired than was Shakespear.
An investigation followed and the
student said that he got his heresy
from one of Prof. Steen's lectures.
Prof. Steen was head of the college
and as the board considered his views
at variance with Episcopal dogmas
it forced him to resign. Thus religou* ���
toleration is inculcated in the young
mind of Montreal. J
THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MARCH 16,
The Invictus Shoe.
Manufactured by Geo. E. Slater of
Montreal, has taken a prominent location on our shelves. We have all kinds
designs, shapes, grades and prices of
this famous make. Wear it and you
will wear no other.
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therton
The Dry Sox
Water-proof Invictus is the real thing
for sloppy spring weather. Keep your
feet dry and your head cool and you
will not be troubled with spring ailments to which wet-footed humanity
is an easy victim.
lb. SBpevs & Co.
KASLO.
SANDON.
NELSON.
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IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
HARDWARE
IRON, STEEL, GLASS, OILS,
PAINTS, METALS, STOVES, TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.
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We make a speciality of supplies for
MINES, MILLS, BLACKSMITHS, CONTRACTORS
Truax Ore Cars,
Canton Mining Steel,
Bennett's English Fuse.
AGENTS FOR
McClary Stooes and Ranges.
Reco Avenue
Sandon.
p. 3Butns & Co.
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POULTRY, FISH AND
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I THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MARCH i6,
TO ASK A LEAD BONUS.
Delegation will go to Ottawa to
Secure Encouragement for the
Lead Refining Industry.
The Kaslo Board of Trade has started a movement to have a monster delegation go to Ottawa to impress upon
the government the necessity of encouraging the lead refining industry in
Canada. A deputation consisting of
between 50 and 75 representatives of
the several boards of trade, mine owners associations, miners unions and of
all business interests in East and West
Kootenay and the Boundary will proceed to the capital to demand that some
immediate action be taken which will
guarantee the establishment of a lead
refining industry in  B. C.
With the object of interesting Sandon
people in the scheme G. O. Buchanan
met several of the local business men
and officers of the Miners' Union and
also brot the matter before an impromptu meeting of the Association on
Wednesday evening.
The proposition as explained by Mr.
Buchanan is that the delegation should
be representative of every interest and
be sufficiently large to impress the
government with the importance of its
mission. The Gooderham-Blackstock
syndicate has made an offer that if the
government will guarantee a bonus of
$5 for every ton of lead refined in Canada for the next three years that they
will build a refinery in British Columbia
of sufficient capacity to handle the
whole lead output.
G. O. Buchanan has given this matter of the lead industry a great deal of
study and is probably better posted on
the subject that any other man in the
Kootenay. He gives it as his opinion
. that refineries will not be established
without government aid. For a long
time he has agitated for a bonus of $5
a ton for two years after a refinery
will have been established, after which
the bonus would be dimished al the
rate of 10 per cent per annum until it
disappeared, at which time it is presumed the refineries would be thoroly
established.
This proposition, however, does not
meet the views of the smelter men and
prospective refinery owners as readily
as the strait bonus of $5 a ton for three
years, in consequence of which the
government will be asked for the strait
bonus.
a\t the association meeting it was decided that the Silver Lead Mine Owners Association would take action as a
body and there is no doubt that an
influential delegation will be sent by
that organization. The matter will be
brot up at the meeting of the Miners' Unian this evening and there is
every prospect that the laboring men of
the camp will be represented, as this
matter is one in which they are directly
interested. The city council will also
discuss the advisability of representation next Monday evening.
Kaslo alone will  send  six delegates.
Sandon should send an equal number
and Nelson will not overlook an opportunity to be represented. Fernie has
been heard from by wire with an assurance that the citizens of that town will
co-operate. W. W. Beaton of the
Kootenaian is now out doing missionary work in East Kootenay and from
thence will proceed to the Boundary to
interview every board of trade in the
country for the purpose of enlisting
their support.
It is the intention to have the delegation leave for Ottawa on or about the
25th inst., proceeding direct to the
capital. The deputation will also deal
with other mining matters, such as the
establishment of a department of mines
in connection with the government and
the appointment of a minister of mines.
On matters political, however, the delegation does not propose to deal and
such questions as the granting or refusal of the Crow's Nest charter will
not come within the scope of its labors.
This movement promises more for
the Slocan country than any other
which has yet been brot to the attention of the public. Such a large deputation would command the government's attention and there is every
reason to believe that the bonus will be
given. The government has bonused
the iron industry liberally and Finance
Minister Fielding has stated that the
iron bonuses during the next seven
years may run as high as $50,000,000.
In the face of this the government is
not likely to refuse tlie demands of such
an influential deputation.
Better Sercice Wanted.
Inspector Greenfield ofthe post office
department made a short trip around
Slocan this week but very carefully
omitted Sandon from his itinerary.
Postal affairs in this town are getting
lo be superlatively rotten and the inspector did this town a manifest injustice when he left it out on his tour.
The mail is delivered here bv the
slowest route known and it only arrives
spasmodically at that. Besides this,
Post Master Atherton has had his salary clipped to a whisper and the allowance for rent, light and heat for the
post office has been reduced to $10 a
month. How in the name of justice
the post master or anyone else is going
to supply a heated and lighted post
office in Sandon for $10 per is something that the inspector might explain
if he could ever be caught within the
city limits. Considering the economies in vogue in the Sandon office Mr
Mulock should be able to make his
post office declare a dividend in the
near future.
Nick McKian was in town on Tuesday from Bossburg, Wash., where he
has been working on the First Thought
a copper proposition belonging to Pat
Bums, Bruce White and Blake Wilson.
The property is shut down pending the
installation of some machinery. Jim
Thompson is foreman of the First
Thought.
Sandon Chop House.
AND LUNCH COUNTER.
Q. H. MURHARD, Proprietor.
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MEALS, 25 CENTS.
All  the   Delicacies  of the  Season Seroed.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
Eopnjthing Nctc, Neat, Clean and Tasty.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon,
the palace.
^rBimro* YraTnnr VYTririrr rinnnnj irmnnr^
Has all the delecacies of the
season on tap.     Its cooks are
artists and its  business is run
c    on business principles.
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Norwich Fin- [ntraranoe Co
Connecticut [n-raranoe Co. ol
wf Hartford,
.K'nii Fire [mraranca Company
I'liui-iv. of Hartford, Conn
Pacific Coast Fire tnuuranoe Co
Imperial ReRintry Company
Tli*- Dominion of Canada Gnarante-
and Art-Hunt In-uirnnceCompany.
James J. (Bodfrep,
Mines, Inoestments and Insurance.
SANDON
BRITISH COLUMBIA
N/Vy/J
The Union Cigar ^���R��T�� ��
���utOlGi WILL BE   GIVEN IN THE
I Miners' Union Ha
Sandon,
Monday  March 18th.
PIPES
TOBACCOS
CIGARS.
All  Kinds of Smokers
Sundries.
Thos. Duffy, Prop.
rtUSIC BY THF:
Silver    City    Orchestra.
Thos. Duffy, nanajjer.
TICKETS���lncluding Supper���$-��J<
COMMITTEE OF ARRAiVf-.KMF.NTS
HOSPITAL BOARD.
ALL CORDIALLY  INVITED
.Unmm THK PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MARCH 16,
A PROPHECY.
/hen the statesman isn't thinking
How to tax the widow's crust
Ir how to hand his country
To a broker or a trust,
It- will prattle most engagingly
Of heaven's social plan,
,nd tell us we are making towards
The Brotherhood of Man.
,'hen Crivsus isn't busy
In grinding labor down,
k-'ll put a pinchbeck jewel
In his immortal crown,
Iy sighing for conditions
In vogue when God began
ind riches didn't hamper   .
The Brotherhood of Man.
Vhen a nation isn't warring
For sugar millionaires,
md soldiers aren't dying
To help the diamond shares,
,'hen there's  not a  battle some place,
In China or Soudan,
'c* grow quite earnest over
The Brotherhood of Man.
when the dum dum bullet's silent
And lhe Maxim doesn't wreak
rhe vengeance of the powerful
Upon the poor and weak,
when diplomatic cruelty
Is placed beneath the ban,
fhere'll be a chance to reckon on
The Brotherhood of Man.
when the preacher isn't preaching
For the collection plate,
.Vhen he isn't sermonizing
For the wealthy or the great ;
iVhen self is abnegated,
And Christ is in the van,
iVell see that fair ideal���
The Brotherhood of Man.
���H. E. G. in Toronto Star.
Happened on the K. & S.
Was the First Advertiser.
Call at the
Reco   Barber   Shop
AND
Bath Rooms.
For a stylish haircut or a
clean shaoe or Shampoo.
H.S. HALL.
Tonsorial Artist.
He advertised the flood and
kept persistently at it until
the flood came.
No one acquainted with the
circumstances will deny that
the flood was a success.
Advertising Pays
*'l understand," remarked   the polite
cporter to the manager   of   a  railway
toted for the unpunctuality of its trains,   for- it.
"that there  was  an accident   on your
railway yesterday."
"Oh, do  you ?"   was   the   sarcastic
reply.
"Yes, sir."
"Do you know  anything about it ?"
"Only that it happened to the train
which was due here at 10:45."
"That train came in to the minute,
sir," said the manager firmly.
"Are you sure of that ?"
"Of course I am "
"Thanks. That must be the accident referred to," and the reporter
dodged out safely.
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Deriuatioe.
If you   want another flood
you can get it by advertising
" I'm trying to get some information
ibout a friend of mine named Fox, who
came out here," said the stranger from
'he east. "They tell me he died of
some throat trouble."
" I guess that's about right," replied
ihe cowboy.
" What was it ?   Bronchitis?"
"Bronkitis? That's a new one on
me, but I reckon 1 see the connection,
ole stole a broncho." ,
A flood of business  can be
arranged for by advertising in
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The Paptreak.
IVANHOE  HOTEL
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Just received a brand
new stock of Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
etc. Will be pleased
to have old customers
call and give them a
trial. Certain to
please and always
welcome.
Eat  Oranges  and be
Happy.
We have:::
CALIFORNIA NAVALS,
JAPANESE
AND
FLORIDAS
In great variety and
abundance at
WILLIAMSON'S
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Richard   Orando.
M. L. Grimmett,
L. L. B.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC.
The Most Complete Health  Resort on
the Continent of North America.
Situated    'midst    Scenery   Unrivalled    for
Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Fuhin?; Sanitarium. &&&***
Excursion *-"��***���'-,4** ******,and Nurse
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B. C
SANDON,
B. C.
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
Terms, lift to *1R per week,  according
to residence in Hotel or Villas.
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Muscu
lar Diseases.    Its waters heal all
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and Metallic  Poisoning.
Telegraphic   Communication with al
parts ofthe World.
Two Mails arrive and depart Ever}' Day
The price of Railway Ticket for Bouud Trip
between Sandon and' Good for thirty day*--
and obtainable all year round is tS.85.
A Quiet, Orderly, Homelike Hotel
Sandon   Bottling
Co.
DAV & BIGNEY.
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Manufacturers 01
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON.
Saddle   Horses
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$   FOR HIRE.   %
We have a string of good
Saddle Horses for hire at
regulation rates.
ALL
Reliable Stock.
F. C. PORTER
Reco Avenue.
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ANADIAN
> PACIFIC
AND SOO LINE.
FIRST CLASS SLEEPERS
On all trains from Revelstoke and
Kootenay Landing.
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmore Junction for St.
Paul on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays. Toronto on Mondays
Wednesdays. Montreal and Boston on Saturdays. Same cars pass
Revelstoke one day earlier.
For time tables and full  information
call on or address nearest  local agent.
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon
J. S. Carter E. J. Ooyle,
D. P. A. A. G. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C.      Vancouver, B. 0.
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ORE AT THE FIVE.
An Important  Strike  Made In the
Last Chance Drift.
The work recently commenced thru
the No. 3 tunnel of the Last Chance to
open up the Noble Five ground has
proven a very fortunate piece of development for the latter company. This
tunnel was carried to the end line of
the Last Chance ground on the vein,
and recently the Five company put a
shift on to continue the drift into their
ground. Altho only 16 feet of work
has yet been done a fine body of solid
steel galena has been opened up. The
strike is at a depth of 500 feet and as it
is in a section ofthe Five ground that
has not yet been opened up it is a very
important find for that company.
The Noble Five companv, which is
backed by the Dunsmuirs, has spent
more money in development than any
other corporation working in the camp,
but for a long time it looked like a
losing proposition. For over two years
a gang of men has been kept as continuously at work as circumstances
would permit, but until this late strike
there has been little to encourage the
owners. Geo. B. Macdonald, the
manager, feels much elated at the
discovery. He has been in charge of
the property ever since it came into the
Dunsmuir's hands, and he can now
see where his abiding faith is about to
be vindicated.
STEIN BROS-
GROCERS & BAKERS.
I
We are selling groceries retail at
wholesale prices. We have more goods
on our shelves than we can afford to
carry. We want to reduce our stock.
Special bargains in job lots of
CANNED MEATS,
CANNED TABLE FRUIT,
CANNED VEGETABLES.
Fancy   Candies
30 Cents a Pound.
BEST BUTTER AND EGGS
Always in Stock.
SWISS CHEESE.
WISCONSIN LIMBERGER.
SUMMER SAUSAGE.
Furnished Rooms to Rent.
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 do the killing.    We do the rest.
The Auditorium
OFTHE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
mnnrmr
Parties desiring to book Concerts,
Theatrical Performances, Entertainments, etc., etc , are requested to write
or wire to
Thos. Duffy,
Sandon       British Columbia
Duffy's Ochestra can also be engaged
thru the same source. Will furnish
music satisfactory to dancing parties or
ravelling companies.
The
Art
Piano
of
Canada.
Heintzman Co
MAKERS,
TORONTO, ONT.
Thos,   Duffy,
AGENT,
SANDON - - B. C.
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for
Springtime.
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$ Shapes and Shades, re- $
$ cently imported from the $
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the East.
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Franco-American Soups
Frankfurter Sausage
Russian Cavier
Truffles
Eels in Jelly
Buylea Boneless Herring
Rock Bass
Ciscoes
Smoked Sturgeon
Boston Brown Bread
Turnips
Cabbage
Carrots
Parsnips
Caulllower
Asparagus
Meets
Artichokes
Celery
Sweet Potatoes
Squash
Spinach
All   in cans,   besides the largest variety  of clean and (
fresh staple and fancy groceries to be found in the  Koote.
nays.    If you cant  get what  you want  elsewhere,  get it
H.GIEGERICH.
Brown,!
8
Main St,, Sandon.
Jalland Xros.
FAMILY GROCERS.
Mav,   Grain,   Flour,
Feed,
Fruit and Vegetables
J     ^   %   $    $    $
No order too large and   none  too small.    Our  prices are
as low as honesty will permit.
Codp Mvenut
Red Cross -L Drug Store
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Blood Medicine for Everybody.
Now is the time to take blood medicines.
It often saves you a long spell of sickness. It cleans your complexion, gives
you a good appetite. In fact makes you
feel a different person. We carry all of
the reliable remedies. Drop in and we
will tell you all about them.    :::    :::    :::
Fred J. Donaldson,   Druggist and Chemist
Rossland Engineer's WorksCunliffe & McM
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Founders and Machinist.
Agents for Northey Pumps-Stock Carried,
P'0,Box 198' Third Ave., Rossland V

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