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BOOK V.
SANDON, APRIL 6 I90J,
CHAPTER 27
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
C. I). Hunter came in from Phoentx
last night.
Mr. John Tyo left Tor Nevw-port, Ore.,
on Thursday.
\\ie Milloy is doing business again
al the Keco.
T. E. Haig pf Slocan City was a visitor in town Thursday.
Fred Hulten returned on Saturday
last from Salt Lake, I'tab.
Hopkin Fryer left for ihe Arkansas
Hot Springs on Thursday.
A car sif Ivanhoe ore was shipped to
lhe Selby smelter this week.
Mrs. Capt. Reid of Kaslo is visiting
with Mrs. Richards, Cody avenue.
.Mi-- Holly Sutherland eif the Palace
c'afe left for Bonner's Ferrv on Thursday.
C. 1**. Lyons is handling the financial
end of D. J. Robertson & Co's. business.
Revelstoke has voted 10 pun base its
waterworks and electric  light plant by
I34  tO   K|-
Charlie Kapp visited Sandon yesterday to sell areated waters fsir local
absorption.
George Ransom left on Friday for
Ottawa. He will join the delegation
it Kootenay landing.
Wm. Bennett is the father ofu bouncing baby boy. That's the explanation
of that complacent smile.
The tram to be built al the Hewitt
will be a surface tram, after the style sif
lhe one in use at the Payne.
The Emily Edith people are figuring
on a tram lo their Four Mile property.
It will be an ariel tram about 5000 feel
long.
John tiillis has sold out his interest
in the Filbert Cafe 10 David Mower,
who is now sole proprietor ai linan-
1 ier.
Jim Diminick is chef at the Filbert.
Robinson Hood holds the responsible
position of hasher with the same institution.
The Sandon Brass Band will give a
dance in the L'nion Hall on Monday
evening, 8th inst. Music will be furnished by Duffy's orchestra.
Slocan City's incorporation has come
to a standstill. The lieutenant-governor has not yet signed the bill and the
Slocaniters don't know why.
Angus J. Macdonald and Win.
Davidson attended the District Association meeting ofthe Western Federation
sif Miners in Nelson this week.
Ward Macdonald was in town from
New Denver Monday. It is rumored
that Ward is to take charge sif one sif
lhe leading properties of that district.
The Ladies Aid concert will be held
in the l'nion Hall on Thursday evening. The program is now complete
and a good entertainment is   promised.
The Palace Cafe has closed its doors.
Frank Stack, the proprietor, says he
will open another eating house in Sandon when conditions are more favorable.
R. H. Truen an arrived in town on
Thursday even rig with his camera.
The hockey club will have a photo
taken tomorrow afternoon if the camera
will stand the racket.
Brinsley Walton was in from the
Arlington, Slocan City, in the early
part of the week. The Arlington now
has So men on the pay roll and is on a
revenue-producing basis.
Win. limes and A. VV. Wright went
out oh Friday morning for the Nicola
valley, where they have some copper
propositions in sight. Their exact
destination is not given out.
Mike Grady is building a large hotel
at the St. Leon Hot Springs which will
cost $25,000. It is to be a complete
resort with all modern conveniences.
A large bottling plant will be operated
in connection.
Jim Hill and Scot Fleming are going
to the Bridge River country to do
some prospecting for gold rock. The
boys intend to keep an eye open for
placer ground also, and may turn out
gum hoot miners
Jas. Vallance went east last Saturday
on a brief business excursion. He will
visit Toronto and Hamilton and will
endeavor lo be in Ottawa when the
delegation arrives there. He will be
away on the trip about three week.
Robert Irving, A. Wheeler and
W. N. Brayton are applying for a
charter for a railroad from Crawford
Bay, on Kootenay lake, to Fort Steele.
The route is up Crawford creek to
the divide and   down   St. Mary's river.
M. L. Grimmett left on Friday
morning for Ottawa as a representative of the citizens on the delegation.
Mrs. Grimmett accompanies him as
far as Medicine Hat, where she will
visit relative* during M. L. absence in
the east.
A. B. Docksteader, assistant census
commissioner, has appointed his deputies for the Slocan district. They are :
Kaslo, Wm. Milne, I). P. Kane ; Sandon, Frank Lowes ; Cody, John Docksteader ; New Denver, Arthur Robinson ; Slocan City, D. S. McVannell.
The extension of lime to be granted
to the Arrowhead & Kootenay road is to
he amended so that the mad will be
completed from Lardo to the foot of
Trout Lake by January ist, iqo_.
This assures the Lardeau railroad communication next summer. Nelson will
secure the trade.
Al the meeting of the District Association No. (>, Western Federation of
Miners, held in N -Ison this week the
following officers w_re elected: James
Wilks, president ; Rupert Buhner, vice-
president ; and Alfred Parr, secretary-
treasurer. The president is of Nelson,
the vice-president of Rossland, and the
secretary-treasurer sif Ymir.
Geo. Ransom and E. M. Sandilands
returned from the Crow's Nest country
this week, bringing some beautiful
samples of coal from seams which they
slaked. They have little to say about
their property, but they are of the opinion that they have something valuable. The indications are that the
Crow's Nest country will be a boomer
this summer.
Pete Simpson and his companion in
arms, McAllister, arrived in Sandon
Wednesday evening. Pete was one of
the Sandon recruits to the Strathcona
Horse and he saw the South Africa
scrap from start to finish, never being
away from the front a day. He says
that there were many inducements held
out to them to remain in Africa but
he did not like the country and consequently decided to return to Kootenay.
He has bad his share of war and is
willing to let some of the know-alls
who stayed at home go out and finish
up the campaign.
Alex Crawford returned on Monday
from the Bridge River country. Mr.
Crawford believes that that camp has
great possibilities. There are several
thousand placer miners working in the
Lillooet and Carriboo districts, but most
of this work is done by Chinese and
Siwashes. Quartz mining has received
but little attention until lately, but the
work so far done has proved that the
ledges are immensely rich. There is
plenty of work for miners there at $3.50
a day and the season is long for prospectors. Mr. Crawiord brot back
some beautiful samples of gold rock
which showed gold all thru the specimens.
Off for Bruce  Mines.
He Got Past McGuigan.
McGuigan, B. C, April 5. [2:30
p. m. I -The editor of the scab organ
has just passed here in a hog car.
When last seen he was yammering
thru the bars: "Cash it! Cash it I
Cash it !"
A Popular Resort.
The Halcyon Hot Springs is becoming a very popular resort for Slocan
people. There are always a number of
guests from Sandon registered at the
Springs. Last week Tom Jones, Nick
McKian, Fred Fingland, Scot Fleming
and several others from this vicinity
were among the visitors at the Sanitarium. The hotel has been crowded
for several months and the management is contemplating extensive improvements and enlargements. Saturday evening concerts and dances are
now in vogue and furnish considerable
entertainment for the guests. An excursion rate, going Saturday and returning Monday will be put into effect
on the C. P. R. shortly.
Geo. A. Gordon leaves this maiming
for Bruce Mines to take charge ofthe
copper concentrator there which is just
about completed. He will take a gang
of Slocan mill men with him to operate
the concentrator. The gang is Robert
McCallum and A. Hollinger from the
Star, Jas. McCormick, A. Gustavson
and Dan McLeod from the Whitewater
mill, Tom Fitzgerald and Andrew S.
Erickson from the Ruth, Tom Callin
formerly ofthe Noble Five and Wm.
Watson of Nelson, Charlie Mitchell
from Gem, Idaho, but formerly a resident of Slocan will also go to Bruce
mines at a later date. Everyone ofthe
gang is a thoro, practical mill man and
they take with them the accumulated
experience of many years in every camp
in the west. If there is anything about
milling practice that they are not onto
it has not yet come to light and it is a
safe bet that if there is anything worth
saving in the Bruce Mines rock Gordon's gang will get it out.
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Election of Officers.
The election of officers for the Sandon Miners' Union takes place today.
There are four nominations for the
presidency, J. G. Richardson, J. C.
Hanson, R. J. McLean and John A.
Macdonald. For the vice presidency
it is between Wm. Rowan and Win.
Dayton. For financial secretary Anthony Sehilland, Russell Donald and
C. E. Lyons are nominated. Jas. V.
Martin is re-elected treasurer by acclamation and John S. Mackenzie is recording secretary without opposition.
Carl Westin and John D. Campbell are
tne nominations for warden and Al
Prain and Mike Brady for warden.
Jas. H. Thompson, P. W. Johnston
and Albert Ross will be the new finance
committee and the choice of trustees
will be between Hugh McEachren, W.
Fogg, Nels Nelson, John Dempsey and
E. L. Hinney.
At the Slocan Star.
The Star mine is now working full-
handed. There were 122 men on the
payroll yesterday, the   largest   number
ever employed by the companv. The
mill is working   to   its   full   capacity,
turning out 40 tons of concentrates a
day- Heavy shipments will be commenced on Monday and will run about
two cars a day. The grade of rock
now going thru the mill is the best that
has been handled since'96. Shipments
are to the Everett smelter.
The Weeh's Ore Shipments.
From Sandon Over thk K. & S.
Last Chance   37 tons
American Boy  40 tons
From Sandon Over thk C. P. R:
Ivanhoe   21 tons
Slocan Star  21 tons
From Whitewater.
Sunset (Jackson   Basin)..    20
From McGuigan.
(For the month of March.)
Rambler   8410ns
Red Fox.....  22 tons
Soho ;   19 tons
Sheriff Tuck spent a couple of days
in town this week. While here he attached the Brewery Hotel on a judgment gotten out by a Coast cigar firm
against Fisher & Krakenberg. The
concern has since been taken over by
Antone FislflSr, a brother of the late
proprietor, and the affairs straightened
out so that business is now being conducted as usual.
11 THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 6,
CITY COUNCIL,
Nate Members in Attendace. Assistance to the Ottatoa Delegation. Water Contract Finally
Settled. Flume toill be Extended to Ioahhoe Street.
There was a meeting of the city council on Monday evening at which all the
members were present. Aldermen
Duffy and Lovatt, who were elected by
acclamation the same day, took their
seats
Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and adopted.
A report from the fire chief was read
stating that there were eight fire
hydrants in working order.
The police magistrate's report was
received and filed.
The matter ofthe water contract was
again brot to the attention of the council. The city clerk reported that J. M.
Harris refused to sign the contract
until be had set himself right before
the council. Later in tbe evening Mr.
Harris appeared and stated that some
ofthe aldermen were under a misapprehension regarding the contract.
He pointed out that the Water & Light
company were charging for the use of
the hydrants and would keep the hydrants in repair, but that the contract
did not state that the companv should
be penalized by loss of pay in case any
of these hydrants should be put out of
repair by an employee of the city.
The company contracted to forfeit its
pay in case the water supply should be
short.' Having explained this point,
Mr. Harris said he was willing to sign
the, contract.
The following salaries and accounts
were passed and ordered paid :
Wm. Stubbs, salary $ 85.00
Neil Mclnnes,    "        100.00
W. H. Lilly       "         85.00
Miners' Hospital    120.00
M. L. Grimmett      25.00
Mining Review      27--5
H. Byers & Co          3.00
Wm. Walmsley's account for scavenging was laid over on account of a
complaint about the method of disposing of the refuse. A bunch of fire department accounts were also deferred,
awaiting the fire chief's  O. K.
A petition was presented requesting
the council to appropriate {("75 for the
purpose of assisting the delegation
which goes to Ottawa to agitate for a
lead bonus Mr. Cliffe chaperoned the
petition, which had 28 signatures on it.
The discussion on the matter was lively.
Dr. Gomm took the ground that the
city was defunct and in debt and it was
improper to appropriate money for any
purpose while such was the case. He
moved lhat action be deferred. T. B.
Folliott moved in amendment that the
council appropriate the $75. He was
seconded by Cameron and supported by
Macdonald, with Gomm, Lovatt and
Duffy against it. Mayor Pitts gave
the deciding vote in favor ofthe grant.
Dr. Gomm then wanted the delegate
instructed to agitate for a government-
owned refinery, and was promptly sat
upon for his temerity by Mayor Pitts.
The idea of instructing Cliffe to agitate
for government ownership was a piece
of satire scarcely expected from the
doctor and it created a ripple from the
rubberneck benches.
The next business that came before
the august body was to recommend the
appointment of a police and license
commissioner to take the place of E. R.
Atherton, resigned. Alderman Gomm
moved that Geo. Lovatt be recommended for appointment. The motion was
seconded by Thos.  Duffy.
Aldermen Folliott and Macdonald
wanted E. A. Cameron appointed.
The nominees voted for themselves and
the vote broke even. Mayor Pitts had
the deciding throw again and passed
the honor up lo Cameron, who will be
recommended for the appointment.
The mayor appointed Aldermen
Lovatt and Duffy on the finance committee to take the place of Hunter and
Atherton resigned.
Dr. Gomm brot up the matter sif
appointing a city clerk. W. H. Lilly
had passed in his resignation, to take
effect when a new clerk was appointed.
There were three applications to be
considered, Messrs. Lilly, Lyons and
Sandilands. The balloting was done
on tbe system that the lowest should
drop out and the other two be voted for
again. The first poll showed Lilly 4,
Lyons 3 and Sandilands o. The second ballot told the** same story and
Lilly was re-appointed.
Alderman Gomm wanted a statement ofthe probable income of the city
for the next six months, and Alderman
Lovatt wanted to know what powers
tho city had to collect taxes. The city
clerk was instructed lo write to the
attorney general of the province lo find
out how far lhe city could go toward
collecting taxes before tbe Statutory
time limit of two years expired.
The Mayor instructed the board of
works to examine and report on the
probable cost of completing ihe flume
down to Ivanhoe street. The report
was lo be made Wednesday.
Geo. Lovatt presented a petition to
the Provincial government the purport
of which was to request the government to give municipalities the right to
tax personal property as well as real
estate. The petition was written by
Mr. Cliffe, and Mr. Lovatt's attempt to
decipher the hieroglyphics was a miserable failure so the matter was deferred
until a later date.
Council then adjourned to Wednesday evening.
(Continued on page 7)
Sandon Chop riou.se.
AND LUNCH COUNTER;
0. H. MURHARD, Proprietor.
MEALS, 25.CENTS.
All   the   Delicacies   of the  Season Serced.
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLAN.
EDertjthina, Neto, Neat, Clean and Tastij.
The Place to get the Best Meal in Sandon.
Pat Dvvyer was in town Monday
employing men for the Hewitt mine,
on Four Mile.
Mr. and Mrs Chas. McLaughlin
returned on Tuesday from Priceville,
Ont., Where they spent the winter visiting with the old folks at home.
Fred Fingland, of the Monitor mine,
Three Forks, spent last week at the
Halcyon  Springs,   returning   Monday.
RENTS COLLECTED
Diiitriot Attt-nr for The Great
Weal    Life  Assiufauoe  <"������.
Winnipeg, Man.
Grimmett Btook, Eta <> Am-
AGENT FOR
Ni>r\\ i<-li Fire Insurance 1 '������
Connect lout lii-.unn.ii-1 !o. ol
ol Hartford,
/Etna Fin- Insurance Company
Phoenix, of Hartford, <'<>iin.
Pacific Coast Fire Insurance Co
Imperial Registry Company
The Dominion of Canada Guarantee
and Accident Insurance Company.
���fames $. <&odfrep>
Mines, Investments and Insurance.
SANDON
BRITISH COLUMBIA \
ARE YOU A GROCERY EATER ?
As we are "buying our goods on a cash
basis we can give you the benefit ofthe
discount.   We carry a full stock of
Fancy Groceries,
Vegetables,
Fruits,       Candies,        Nuts.
CANNED MEATS, TEAS and COFFEES.
Which we will sell at Reduced Rates.
We guarantee all  our goods to he tlie  best   thai
m
oneycan buy.    We receive regular shipments ol
Fresh Eggs. Hazelwood Creamery Butter,
Wisconsin,   Swiss   and   Limb erg er
Cheese, McLarens Cheese, Canadian Cheese.
All kinds of fresh green vegetables always in stuck-
Just Received a Carload of Okatwan Vegetables.
You can Save Money by Buying From Us.
Try It.
Stein SDros., Sandon THK PAYSTRKAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 6,
The Fable of the Wi.se Gut. from the
Boundary.
Once there was a Man who went to
See Altle to have a Utile Rest and
Recreation after Several years of Onerous Labors. He had been Working
from   *, o'clock a.  m. every morning
until about an hour before breakfast
ihe nexl evening and lie though! ii
was About Time he Laid Off awhile.
So he went lo See Altle. Now Attle
was al home and being " seen " was
Ki-_;lit in Her Line. And Anyhow she
saw him coming.
lie had read in the Hayseeders Home
[oumal and the Miners' Mineral Maker
how the Bleeded Spoils from lhe Wild
and Wooly mining districts Went
Through the big cities like :i ten inch
shell through a Mud Feme and he
Made Up His Mind lhal he would
Turn Himself Loose Once and paint a
[bright Green And yellow streak right
through llie Heart ofthe City.
So hi- Struck lhe town and he Struck
il Hard. Hut, as we said before, Attle
saw him coming; and he Looked Good
to Her. The Gang tumbled to him
before he'd been in lown long enough lo
get tho Cobwebs brushed off the brim
tit his Sombrero. He told them he was
a Hoi Old Sport from the Hottest corner outside of Hades and he was going
to show them a Time that would make
their hair Si/zle; so they Took Down
the Bars and let him go the Pace- -and
lie Wcni It. !
Some ofthe Cheap Grafters thought
perhaps lie was an Easy Thing and
tried to Touch him for his Wad; bul he
was a Wise Guy and Saw Through
their (.lame before thev had even commenced to Ante.
Say, Talk About Times! Well the
time this Wise Guy had while he was
���.io'in^ the Route simply knocked the
Weathercock oft the steeple. Nothing
thai ever happened to Jay Gould could
hold a Candle long enough for This
Time to see by. Anyone who had seen
him making 3 a. m. dates with Pretty
Vaudeville Stars at Swell Cafes would
have thought he was a Blooming Duke,
vou know,instead of Just Plain Joe who
made his Fortune baking' Mud Pies.
Oil he was a Higher Roller and the
crest sif the wave was covered with
White Caps.
lie Had a Hank Roll when he started
Out and in just ahout two weeks he
struck the tail end sif his dazzling
Career with a Jolt which woke him up
to discover that his Hank Roll consisted
sif Pawn Ticket number Thirteen and a
Tie Pass Home. He took the Hunch;
and now he's subscribed for all the See
Attle newspapers and is anxiously
watching the sporting columns to see
if people have yet began to Wonder
what has Become of the " Unkown
who Dazzled the. Gang by his High
and Lofty Plunging A Few Weeks
since; and who is Believed to be the
Prince of Monaco travelling Incog."
Moral���Have   a   Good    Time   while
you can; You'll He a Long Time Dead.
Grand Forks Gazzett.
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THE   BIG   STORE.
A Word to the People of Sandon and Vicinity.
Having taken stock anil cleaned up generally, we find in our several
departments a surplus,  such  as   Shoes,   Underwear,  Dress   Goods  jjnd
Men's Clothing.    To those who delight in obtaining bargains and good
values for fine new up-to-date goods a visit to the store will amply repay
em.    In our .
QROCEKY DEPARTMENT We have an over stock of fine staples and
will for the next   month make ample reduetions.
NEW SPRING GOODS for all departments are on the way ot which
due notice will be given of arrival. Do not fail to come n and see
us or write if out of town.
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PHOTOS:
R. H. Trueinan will be In
Sandon Studio,
aMINIG  REVIEW   BUILDING
For ten days, commecingr
WEDNESDAY, APRIL .'*.
An early call at the studio
will permit the artist to
do Justice to  his photos.
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Sandon and Vancouver.   .
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Contractors and Builders.
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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
Ship Your Trophies of lhe 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.
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The Paystreak.
PnbliKhed Every Saturday in the heart of the Richest White
Metal Camp on Earth.
Operated in the interest-, of tlie Editor,
Suhscription    -    -    -    -    $2.00 a year.
Strietlv in advance.
Specimens Shipped on Suspicion.
William MacAoams,    -   Publisher and Proprietor.
SANDON, APRIL 6 1901.
Clifford Sifton is getting sore
on his Doukhobors. Clifford picked
up these gents on the European bargain counter at a price below the cost
of production���$3.85 per head was the
freight. When the Douks landed in
Canada the immigration officials published bureau-inspired romances about
what nice people they were and rushed
them to the outside edge of civilization
by the back way. One train load of
these folks, with the aroma of Silesia
about their clothes, got side-tracked in
the Calgary stock yards and the board
of health made the railroaders shunt
the cars outside the citv limits.    Thev
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smelled bad.
The Douks were settled on good
land that white men might have occupied, and. the Able Young Minister
went about the country swelling himself up about his vigorous immigration
policy. But the Douks are no snap.
They are communists by conviction,
which is more than Clifford is. When
it came to a case of making the statutory application for the homesteads on
which they had been located the gents
from Russia bucked. The Douks
were long on principal. They said
that all land should be owned in common���a la Tolsti���and they refused to
sacrifice their principle by taking out
patents. Clifford made a compromise
by holding the land in trust, which
seems to have been satisfactory to the
Doukhobors.
But now these beautiful creatures
are in Clifford's hair again, and this
time the minister of interior calculates
that he has a gaievance. The Douks
are free lovers. They don't recognize
the necessity of a formal marriage and
any such ceremony as a divorce is considered superfluous. Their code is
simple and handy. When a man and
woman believe they are in love they
go in partnership. When their love
grows cold they simply dissolve partnership and take up with whoever suits
their fancy. This is the system that
has been in vogue with the Douks for
several generations and they are satisfied with it, but the obtrusive, clamorous modesty of eastern prudes is
severely shocked to find that such a
practice should be transplanted to this
staid and   moral   Canada  of ours, and
Clifford is being appealed to by virtue
organizations to shut the Douks off.
Free love is hardly in line with bitton s
Methodist training and he vyill probably endeavor to inoculate his Doukhobors with the Canadian virtue virus,
but in the meantime the Able Young
Minister no doubt wishes his Silesian
settlers were ticketed clear thru to
the lower stopes of hell.
EMPEROR William, Germany's
crazy man, is having a bad time of it
these days. Some of his subjects are
not acting nice and a few days ago a
chap threw a chunk of scrap iron his
wav that iarred William's anatomy and
nearly put the erratic outocrat out ot
business. William is inclined to be
sarcastic about the affair. He says
that he doesn't worry much about this
particular incident, but he is under the
impression that the majority of his
subjects would like to repeat the dose.
If the Germans cultivate the habit of
celebrating state occasions by shying
scrap iron and road metal at their
egotistical emperor, Bill will soon be
ready to hand down his divine right
and other emoluments to the next man
on the strirtsf. But the fellows who
throw the scrap iron have the proposition sized up wrong. Emperor William is only a man. He is of no use to
his fellow men, and his divine right is
fentish. If he and every other crowned
head in Europe were erased from the
scene by the scrap iron route the world
w:ould jog along about the same.
Himself a fool, he misrules by the consent of the fools whom he misgoverns.
Sympath for a dead William would be
misplaced ; but to kill him would be
absurd. The fault is with the system
which crowns him emperorer and the
system can not be altered by throwing
scrap iron at a figure-head.
There are two lead smelters working in Kootenay. One handles 100
tons of lead ore a day and the other
150 tons. The combined annual capacity of these two smelters figures out
to 91,250 tons. The lead ore production of Kootenay has never exceeded
40,000 tons in bny one vear.    Why are
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these smelters crowded ?
and Republic.
It is in place to remind the Telegram that the loss in nearly every ease
mentioned can not be put down to the
mine. The War Eagle property, for
instance, is worth more today, with
the stock valuation $6,300,000 less,
than   it   was   two   years   ago.    The
Toronto speculators no doubt lost
money on the depreciation of the stock
valuation, but they have unquestionably won money on the increased value
of the mine. Some time in the dim
future the Toronto folks will tumble to
the fact that stock gambling and mining are two entirely different things.
Stock gambling is a polite form of
grand larceny. .Mining is a legitimate
industry.* If 90 per cent, of the stock
brokers in Toronto were behind the bars
the mining" industry in B. C. would
profit   by their incarceration.
THESE is imminent danger of a
strike at Rossland. Friction between
the Le Roi and War Eagle and employees has existed for a long time and
the indications are that a strike or a
lockout may be precipitated at any
moment. The miners say that the
companies are importing low elass
foreigners from the iron ranges oi
Minnesota to displace union men.
The companies recently posted notices
to the effect that any appearance ot
trouble will be the signal for closing
down the Le Roi and Centre Star
properties, which, they say, will onl)
be reopened on a reduced wage scale
basis.
After many months delay, the
council has at last taken action to complete the flume down to the Kootena)
bridge. This work should have been
done long ago, but it cannot be done
any earlier now, and the board of works
should see that construction is completed before the high water comes.
It will then be in order for the council
to open Main street from end lo etui.
This would give the city a presentable
appearance and would so arrange
matters that any building on the street
would be easily accessible in case ot
fire.
The Toronto Telegram has it
figured out that speculators in that city
are twenty million loser by depreciation
of standard B. C. mining stocks. It
shows that the difference between the
highest and lowest stock valuation of
the Payne was $3,200,0000 ; of the
Cariboo McKinney, $1,875,000; of
the North Star, a$455,ooo ; of the
Centre Star $2,450,000, and the rest of
the twenty million which the speculators are out was lost on the decline
of Golden Star,   Virtue,   War   Eagle
Not long ago Count Leo Tolsti
was excommunicated by the Greek
church of Russia, and now the Russian
government has banished the distinguished nobleman. This is the price
Tolsti pays for being a scholar, philosopher, philanthropist and humanitarian. His reward is this, that he is
known and loved by every thinker j'1
the universe and that his memory will
be cherished when the Russian oligarchy lies forgotten in the dust of ages
and the Greek church is as dead as the
consciences of its mentors. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 6,
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KALSOMINE
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POULTRY, FISH AND
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MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 6,
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The Spring Opening.
"Yes,' said the dapper young man in
the men's furnishings depart ment
"these net'klies are perfectly RWeet, in
fact thej are the sweetest thing we
have had at a spring opening for many
seasons."
He picked up a vision in mauve, with
Mack stripes and gazed at il loudly.
"That," he said to The Province reporter who was detailed to write up
the sprinff opening, "is the proper tie
for a man of 23. If you wanted anything more passionate you should go in
for these crimsons."
"1 suppose," queried the Province
man, "that hats will he worn a great
deal this season ? "
"A threat deal," replied the sartorial
mentor, "but not in church. Trousers,
it is needless to say, will he satin
and"���
"Satin !" echoed the reporter
������Yes. sat-in," said the dapper young
man, "see? "
"The prevailing decoration for bank-
clerks- office coats will lv mucilage
and red ink, and at 5 o'clock teas il will
he absolutely necessary for gentlemen
to wear pocket handkerchiefs. They
will wear them in lhe upper left-hand
breast pockets of their coats. Suspenders will be worn over both shoulders, but all authorities agree that they
should be kept out of sight as much as
possible.
"Here," he continued, "is something
new from London."
He picked up two curious things
that looked like one-toed feet.
"Socks, the) call them. They arc-
worn inside the boots and are changed
occasionally. Shirts will be very much
worn this season but anybody wearing
a collar will get it in the neck."
"Yes," said the furnishings man,
"I'm a regular daily hint from London
when it comes to talking fashions for
men."
A Pair of Pants.
Pants are made for men not for women. Women are made for men not
for pants. When a man pants for a
woman and woman pants for man,
they are a pair of pants,. Such pants
donl last. Pants are like molasses
they are thinner in hot weather and
thicker in cold. Men are often mistaken in pants, such mistakes are
breeches of promise. There has been
much discussion whether pants is singular or plural. Seems to us that when
iuen wear pants it is plural, and when
they don't wear pants it is singular.
Men go on a tear in their pants, and it
is all right, when the pants go on a
tear it is all wrong. If you want to
make pants last make the coat first.
Mary had a little calf��� it was so
very lean that everywhere that Mary
went it hardly could be seen; but Mary
got a pair of pads which she put within
her hose, and now the calf is plainly
seen wherever Mary goes.
Certificate of Improvements.    I Call at the
Reco   Barber   Shop
AND
NOTICK.
SAMPSON, NKW SPRINGFIELD, WONDERFUL FRACTION, I X L, FRACTION
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Bath Rooms.
Situate   in   the   Slo<-im Minim,'   Division   of
West Koott>nav District.   -Ahere located: I .
On Miller ir.-.-k. about! toll miles west ��� For 3 Stljlisll  haircut  Of a
take mincE tuat 1. a. h. Heyland     clean  share or Shampoo.
Free Miner's Certiflcate No. B38,194, aoting j
as agent for Mill--- Creek Mining Company, 1
Free Miner's Certifloate No. B88,B51, Intend, j
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the |
Kilning Recorder fur a Certifloate of Improve- I
ments for tbe purpose of obtaining a Crown |
grant of the above claims.
And farther take notice that action, nnder
section 87, must be commenced before the
Issuance of snob Certifloate of [mprovemts.
Dated tliis 16th day of March, 1901.
A. It. EfEYLAND.
U.S. HALL.
Tonsorial  Artist.
Arc You Suffering From
Strongf)t ?
The    Union    Hotel
has been acquired by
Pasco &  Hansen
who will conduct it along
lines that should be an
object lesson on irrigation and a certain relief
from  that  tired   feelin_r.
IVANHOE  HOTEL
Just received a brand
new stock sif Whiskies, Brandies, Wines
etc. Will be pleased
to have old customers
call and give them a
trial. Certain to
please and always
welcome.
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We are moving a part ot
our large stock o\
Furniture
to Nelson. We will hold in
our Sandon warehouse a full
line of
House Furnishings
Richard   Orando.
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BARRISTER, SOLICITOR,
NOTARY PUBLIC.  ETC.
SANDON,
B. C.
The Denver.
Cody Ave. Sandon
Comfortable Rooms
Good Dining Room Service
Reasonable Rates
Which we will   Dispose  of at
Moving Prices.
A Quiet, Orderly, Humelike Hotel
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Co.
C. M.  BIGNEY.
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Manufacturers 01
Carbonated Drinks
of all kinds.
CODY AVENUE       -       SANDON.
Saddle   Horses
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Saddle    Horses   for   hire   at
regulation rates.
ALL
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D.J.Robertson&CoJ FC- porter.
Eat   Oranges   and be
Happy.
We have::'.
CALIFORNIA NAVALS,
JAPANESE
AND
PLORIDAS
lu great varietj and
abundance al
WILLIAMSON'S
Tlu- Most Complete   Health  Res<
tlu* Continent of North Ameri a,
Situated    'midst    Roener*?    Unrivalled   for
Grande-air.
Halcijon Hot Springs
Boating,    O __.  _,���__���__���     _^.     '���������    '���
':-'-��� Sanitarium.
Excursion
Halcyon Springs. Arrets Lafee, IV ("
Terms,flit t,,,is per week,  :���
(>��� resident e iu Hotel or *> 1
Its Baths cure all Nervous and Mus
lar Diseases.    Its waters heal .i!i
Liver, Kidney and Stomach
Ailments and Metallic   Poisonii
Telegraphic   Communication  will
puts i>l" (Ik* Work!.
Two Mails arrive ami depart ! '
The prie* ��� >:   Railway Ticket  for R<
between Sandon   snd Good  for  thii  ���
:\i����l obtainable nil rear round ia
Direct Route to all Pointa
FAST WEST
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Keco Avenue.
Winnipeg
Toronto
Buffalo
Montreal
New York
Vancouver
Victoria
Seattle
Portland
San  FraciscOI
VIA S00 LINE
St   Paul,    Chicogo   and A
United States Points.
Through    tickets   to and
from England, the Continent)
Australia,  China, Japan.
For time tables; rates and full inforj
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atton call on or address nearesi
agent.
H. W. Harbour.
Agent. Sandon
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Nelson, B.C. Vancouver,B* ' THE PAYaSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, APRIL 6,
ldnesdaq'8 Council Meeting.
Wednesday evening there  were
it    Mayor   Pitts   and    Aldermen
i, Lovatt, Duffy and Folliott.
lire brigade accounts were pass-
Iving been properly   certified  to,
\s  one against  the  police depart-
for   prisoners    board.    William
islev's account of $50 for scaveng-
was     passed   afler     considerable
jling.     Mr. Lovatt staled that he
bring proof that the  scavengers
lumped  refuse into tbe   creek, but
iValmsley said if such was the case
IS unaware of it.     An understand-
,   reached  that   in future   Mr.
Iisley   sbould   be held   responsible
\c action sif his employees.
lire    chief was    instructed   to
;e tbe provisions of the fire bylaw.
pears   thai   there   are still   several
Inces on  Cody  Avenue   thai  are
tlu- stove-pipe   style of chimney
|uch  are  considered a menace to
hfety of the community.
le report of the board of works was
received.    Alderman   Folliott   re-
kl   that   the board's  estimate  was
loo   for  the  requisite   260  feel   of
[e  from the end  of ihe present box
vanhoe street.    Dr. Gomm reported
he   finance   committee   that   the
itenay hotel,   Miners' hotel and Fx-
Inge   hotel   had   volunteered   to ad-
|ce $150  each ofthe amount   ofthe
license, which is payable July   15,
��ase the city needed the money to
plete   the   work.      The    Hank   of
herce   was also  willing to  advance
Iney if the city would assign the July
buses as security.
pn motion of Aid. Gomm seconded
Aid Duffy a motion was carried cm-
Iver'mg the mayor and city clerk to
jse a loan of 81,500 with the Hank of
luimerce, assigning the license as
"airily.
[rhe city clerk and the board of works
|re authorized   to call for   tenders for
construction sif the piece of Hume.
THE VAMPIRE.
fool there was and he made his prayer
(Even as you and I,)
> a rag and a bone and a hank sif hair
e called her the woman who did not
care)
Jul the fool he calls her his lady fair
(Even as you and 1).
fh, the   years   we waste   and the tears
we waste
ind lhe work of our  head and hand
I-long to the woman who did not know
^nd   now   we   know   that   she never
could know)
Mid did not understand.
fool there was and his goods he spent,
(Even as you and 1,)
ome and faith and a sure intent,
lAnd it wasn't the  least   what the lady
meant)
ut a fool must follow his natural bent
(Even as you and I).
'h the toil we lost and the spoil we lost
lid the excellent things we planned,
Belong to the woman who didn't know
why,
(And now we know lhat she never knew
why)
And did not understand.
The fool was stripped of his foolish hide
(Even as you and 1)
Which she might have  seen  when she
threw him aside
(But it isn't on   record the lady tried)
Some of him   lived   and   some of him
died
(liven as you and I).
And it isn't the shame and it   isn't   the
blame
That stings like a white hot brand ;
It's coming   to know   she   never knew
why
(Seeing at last she  could   never  know-
why)
And never could understand.
Rudyard Kipling.
The
Art
Piano
of
Canada.
Heintzman Co
MAKERS,
TORONTO, ONT.
Thos,   Duffy,
AGENT,
SANDON - - B.  C.
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MINERS ATTENTION 1
BEARE OF GERMAN AND OTHER IMITATION S
BENNET'S
Patent
Safety
CROWN BRAND
Gutta Percha Water-Tight Fuse has been Proved
and not found wanting. No miss-holes. No running.    Also
POPE'S MINERS' SAFETY SPITTER
H. GIEGERICH.
KASLO
SOLE AGENT
AINSWORTH
SANDON
���falland Bros.
FAMILY GROCERS.
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Hay,   Grain,  Flour,
Feed,
Fruit and Vegetables
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No order too large and  none  too small.    Our prices are
as low as honesty will permit.
Codp Mvenue.
Rossland Engineer's Works CuSJ SS
parts replaoed. One No �� Knowles PeedPtltap, tn first-class condition One Goulds Hand
Force Pump. Stoping Bars, Blacksmith's Bellows. Watch this add for other lists write
us for a full list hefore you buy.   We may have just what you want.
Agents for Northey Pumps---Stock Carried.
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P.O.Box 198,
Third Ave., Rossland THE P.-WSTREAK, SANDON. H. C, APRIL 6,
FEDERATION FAVORS
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP.
District Association Belieces the
Dominion Should Own and Operate Ref-inerq.
At a meeting of the District Association No. 6 of the Western Federation
of Miners held in Nelson on Wednesday
the matter of a government honus to
the lead refining industry was among
the questions discussed during the day,
in connection with which the following
resolution was passed:
Whereas, the silver-lead mining industry of British Columhia has been
seriously {hampered by the actions of
the American smelting trust in increasing their charges for treatment of our
ores and increasing their commission
for lhe disposition of our bullion; and,
whereas, this convention is of the opinion that the establishment of a refinery
in Canada would greatly stimulate lhe
production of silver-lead ore, and materially contribute to the promotion of
the general interests of the country;
and, whereas this convention is of the
opinion that it is absolutely essential to
the proper protection of all interests involved that the proposed refinery should
be established under such conditions as
would preclude the possibility of its
absorption by the smelter trust at any
future date; therefore, be it resol-ed:
that I his District Association, No. 6,
Western Federation of Miners, in
convention assembled, declare that in
the judgment of this organization the
true solution ofthe refinery problem is
the construction and operation of a refinery by the Dominion government of
sufficient capacity for the treatment
of our silver-lead ores, and that such
refinery should be situated at some
central point in the mining districts of
of this province.
NOTICE.
I have taken over the saloon
business of the Brewery Hotel
and will not be responsible for
any debts contracted by the former holders, Fisher & Kracken-
berg.   Signed
ANTOINE FISHER.
The Auditorium
OFTHE
THE MINERS' UNION BLOCK
vrmnnr
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 lo dancing parties or
travelling companies.
Stranger
Should y_��ur meanderings about
this mundane sphere take you to
New Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne of America al
which pilgrims ma\ enjoy all the
comforts of a home, at prices on
a par with the damage levied by
other houses thruout the district.
The 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 Union Cigar
Store.
PIPES TOBACCOS
CIGARS.
All  Kinds of Smokers
Sundries.
Thos. Duffy, Prop.
PAINTING
DECORATING
SIGN WRITING
PAPER HANGING
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Was the First Advertiser.
Km,
Oa Ma Ma
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Ma
He advertised the f\ood and
kept persistently at it until
the flood came.
No one acquainted with the
circumstances will deny that
the f\ood was a success.
Advertising Pays
If you want another flood
you can get it by advertising
for it.
A flood of business can be
arranged for by advertising in
Kt
Figures and estimates
cheerfully furnished for all
jobs.
Booth & Robinson, f
RecoAne. Sando-i^Ttie    PaiJStreak.
���Jfca-pj
Gale'sBa*
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AND BATH ROOHS
Is the best Tonsorial Ksuu
lish ment in the Slocan.
Balmoral Building Main &
A. F. cS:  A. U
ALTA LODGE NO. _q
BagnlaM* ('oniiiiiini'-fiUoi) lield lirst _v,
'lay in omi-Ii month in Masonic Hall at |!
Sojourning lir��-thi*rn arc cordially intit*
attend,
A  B. IKK.*KSTKAI'KI* S^retarv
F. L. Christie,
L    L.     Ba,
NOTARY PUBLIC, HARRIS!
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK   -   SANI
Sandon Cartage Ci
WALMSLEY & McPHERSOS
Express-! Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery to all  Parts of the fife
Establish**-*! 1W'
E. ML SANDILANDS
Sandon, B. C.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mtainj
Broker.
Mining stocks bought and sold. *"���**
��� nil agent for Slocan Property
Promising  Prospect* for Sale.
Sandon Miners
I Iospital
Subscribers, $i per month ; P��l
patients, $2 per day, exelusffl
Expense of Physician or Suij
and Drugs.
Open To The Public
IHi. \V. K. GOMM.   Attandanl Phrtit*
Miss S. I>. 0H1BHOLM, Matron
J. H. M'NKII.I,. Vres. HoapltftlBoftrf
W. L. HAOLKli. Secretary.
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KNIGHTS of PYTHIAN
.    SANDON LODGE NO. -*r
Meet* is Crawford's Hall evory MjjJ
day Evening;    Visiting   Brethern
invited  to  attend.
ANTHONY SCHILLAND, C.C
DAVrDLElTCH, K.U. S.
SILVER CITV LODGE NO-
I.  O.  O.   F.
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