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BOOK V.
SANDON, MAY 24 190 J.
CHAPTER 35
HAPPENINGS IN BRIEF.
Nelson is going lo celebrate Dominion Day.
[. M. Harris left for Virginia on
Tuesday morning.
C. D. Hunter spent this week in
town from Phoenix.
St. Elmo Davis left on Tuesd for
his home in Virginia.
Dudley Blackwood, representing the
Bruce Payne cigar outfit was in town
Monday.     ,
According to the lieutenant-governor's say so, Saturday is a legal holiday
as well as today.
Baseball practicing on the perpendicular plains of the Cody Park has
become fasionable recently.
David Mower, formerly ofthe Filbert
Cafe, has gone to Nelson in search of a
wider liel.l for his operations.
Jas. Williamson has been unable to
be out of doors for several days lately
on account of a slight illness.
The Nelson police are rounding up
members e>f the gambling profesh and
requesting them to please leave town.
Jimmy Dimmick went to the Lardeau
country on Monday last. Jimmy says
lhat this is the year he makes his stake.
Some live wire items about Murphy's
gun-worm curves will be Hashed from
Kaslo to New Vork and San Francisco
today.
George Ransom returned from Montreal on Tuesday, bringing his wife and
family with him to become residents of
Sandon.
Ward Mcdonald was up from New
Denver for a couple of days this week
to pay a visit to the place where the
mines are.
Jesse Martin went to Nelson yesterday lo make a purchase sif Hav'ana leaf
to be used in the manufacture of Sandon Favorites.
J. C. Hansen leaves today for the
Lardo-Duncan country. He has property on the Levina hill which promises
to turn out big.
P. J. Hickey returned from Spokan
last Saturday. He is unable to give
out anything definite about when the
mill will be reopened.
J, H. Thompson of Nelson, formerly
with VV'. A. Galliher there, has become
one of the legal mechanics who operate
Christie's law foundry.
W, VV. Warner left on Monday for
Spokan. On his return lie will be
accompanied by his family, who will
again reside in Sandon.
VV. Geo. Roger and John C. Winter
will leave in a few days for ihe Lardeau
country to do some work on their
claims on the Norih Fork.
Norman McLellan will leave on Monday for an eastern tour. He will take
tn the Buffalo exposition and visit other
points of interest in the cent belt.
Alex Oliver will follow up the snow
hue in the Lardeau country, In that
alluring and elusive seach for nature's
treasures which fills the heart with
hope and the shoes with  stone bruises.
Carpenter Creek is doing a very extensive business these days. Large
boulders of formation are moving toward New Denver by   the water route.
Pat Burns paid a brief visit to Sandon on Sunday. Pat has considerable
mining property in this section which
may receive attention this summer.
Jas. Brassington, formerly chef at the
Reco, returned on Monday from Liverpool, England, where he was called a
couple of months ago by the fatal illness
of his mother.
E. A. Cameron has a gang of men at
work repairing the Cody road where it
was carried away by the Noble Five
slide. The provincial government will
stand the expense.
The Emerald Duet held gospel temperance entertainments in the Opera
House on Sunday and Monday. Their
abilities as entertainers are as good as
the cause they are furthering.
Thos. Walsh, a brother of our friend
Pat who so recently committed matrimony, was in town yesterday. Thomas
has been following railroading on the
Omaha. He is in the Kootenay on a
visit.
H. H. Morris of Vancouver, inspector for the Canadian Bank of Commerce, was in town a couple of days
this week. He did not do the inspection act at the local bank as his visit
was entirely informal.
E. E. Chipman is government agent
fQr.ihe Ainsvvorih, Slocan.and Slogan
City divisions. Alex Lucas is mining
recorder for the Ainsworth mining division and colleoior of votes for the
Slocan electoral district.
Andy Grierson has designs on the
Vellowhead pass region. Andy was in
the north country two years ago and
washed out a few pans of the yellow
glitter���just enuf to give him the gold
fever with each returning spring.
The Filbert Cafe will be re-opened
today by Sam Lloyd and Win. Bennett.
"Little Sammy" and Jas. Brassington
will be the culinary artists. Sam Lloyd
understands the restaurant business,
which is more than can be said of
every man who has tackled it.
When it conies to a matter of public
convenience, King Edward is all right.
His birthday took place on November
qth, but as the British public has become so used to celebrating the 241I1
King Hd. has decided to let it go at
that and will call the 24th his birthday
as a matter of accommodation.
Gavin Spence and Flora McDonald
entertained a fairly good house at the
Union Opera House on Wednesday
evening. Gavin is a good singer but
there has been a time in his life, before
obesity set in that, he was better than
he is now. In the story telling line he
is all right. Flora MacDonald is a
songstress of the lirst water.
The spring rush to the Lardeau has
commence and many prospectors are
already heading in the direction of the
big ledge region. The promise of a
railroad this summer will give a great
impetus to prospecting and development operations, and many of the boys
who have stayed with the camp so long
will this year realize the object of their
long continued efforts among tbe snowy
sil\*ery hills ofthe rich but backward
Lardeau.
WILL BUILD A MILL.
Payne Company   Acquiring Ground
For that Purpose.
Looatt is Mayor.
The Payne Mining Company is taking
steps to acquire ground in the Carpenter Creek gulch, near Burns' slaughter
house, on which they contemplate building a mill and compressor plant. The
site is an excellent one for a mill, as
there is plenty of timber and wa;er in
the immediate vicinity and the shipping
facilities will be excellent.
The Payne has a large body of concentrating ore on the Maid of Erin
ground which has hardly yet been
touched, besides which the dumps
would furnish sufficient feed to keep a
large mill going for a couple Of years.
The compressor plant could be much
more economically operated in the
creek bottom where there is plenty of
water power available than at a higher
altitude where fuel would have to be
used.
The annual meeting of the Payne
company was due to lake place in
Montreal on the 23rd of May, at which
it is expected that plans will be completed for the new- work.
At the nomination on Monday last
only one name was presented, that of
Geo. Lovatt for Mayor. No nominations for alderman were made and at
the expiration of the time limit Geo.
Lovatt was declared mayor of Sandon,
with the seat of alderman still unfilled.
A meeting of the city council was due
'to take place on Monday evening but
was adjourned on account of a rival
attraction until Wednesday evening,
but owing to Gavin Spences entertainment there was no quorum on that
evening either and the council under
the new mayor has not yet met.
The legal proceedure, in case of a
shortage of Aldermen is tor the council
to appoint an alderman to fill the place.
This is what will be done at the first
session of the council.
A " Shady " Tale.
The Lardeau Railway.
It is now stated that tne cause for
suspension of operations on the Arrowhead & Kootenay road was a mis-under-
slanding about the bonus. It appears
that a bonus was passed at last year's
session for a road from Kootenay lake
to Trout lake, but that the bonus only
applied to the Kaslo and Lardo-Duncan road, which was to have been built
by the K. R. & N. people. A bill was
brot in this week by Hon. A. G. Blair,
minister of railways, providing for the
statutory bonus of $3,200 a mile for the
A. & K. road, and it is expected thai
construction will be resumed by the
C. P. R. without delay. Porter Bros,
bridge contractors, and Carlson, grade
contractor, are moving their outfits
forward in expectation of an immediate
order to commence work.
A Mysterious Case.
The body of an infant boy was discovered in the creek near the lower
city limits on Wednesday morning and
the matter reported to the police. A
coroner's jury was empanelled yesterday and several parties examined. The
child is believed to have belonged to a
woman employed at the Denver House
and to have been still born. Chief of
Police Stubbs, Officer Mclnnes, Dr.
Power, Dr. Gomm and John Nelson
were examined yesterday. The examination of the woman was postponed
until today as she is in a precarious
condition.
(New Denver Ledge)
Shady  Giegerieh  is  still  working a
a chute of puns at Sandon.    He finds a
home   market  for the  product,   altho
some  of them   would   bear shipmen..
His  mine  is  not  troubled  with  hi*,h
water,  and  everything is run thru the
mill lhat comes from the up,)er stope.
The  ore  is puniferous.    Shady has so
far escaped  arrest,   (easy in  Sandon),
altho   there   is  plenty  of evidence   to
prove that he has cut  many people and
stolen much  laugher from  the bank of
gloom.
Scrappers to Exhibit in Nelson.
A grand pugilistic carnival is being
arranged to take place in Nelson on
June 1st. Gus Rhulin will spar diree
rounds with Denver Ed Mari-n, the
colored heavyweight. Charlie Goff and
Dal Hawkins will give a sparring exhibition. Billy Armstrong of slson
will box with Danny Dean of P 2nix,
and Bob Hodge of Idaho will it up
an eight-round go with George leely
of Northport. It will be the unefet
fistic carnival ever held in the Kootenay.
Renevc Your License.
Several different varieties of trouble
await the man who fails to renew his
miner's license on or before the 31st of
May. Everything of the license va.L _-
expires with the last tick of the clock
in this month. Jas. J. Godfrey, depuly
recorder, is selling licenses at the regulation rate in Sandon.
Lee Closed Down.
The force employed at the R. E. Lee
was laid off on Wednesday and the
property closed down. Six men were
employed, running a  drift on the vein. THE PAYSTRKAK, SANDON, B. C, MYA 24.
A Curious Find.
The   New   York   Engineering   and
Mining Journal last week published a
paper on "A Curious Copper Deposit in
Chile,"  in the course of which the following occurs.    "It may be interesting
lo note that a few months ago the body
of an   Indian was  found in  one ofthe
workings.    He  had   been  killed  by a
fall   from   the roof,   while  engaged   in
collecting ataeamite in a small basket,
which was  still in his hand, his stone
implements    being   found    alongside.
The  body  is in a perfect state of preservation,   evidently  due to  impregnation  ofthe  tissues of copper salts, as
well   as to  the anticeptic  action of the
exceedingly   dry    climate.      As   these
mines are apparently quite unknown to
the early  Spanish  colonists, it is to be
inferred that the body is of considerable J
antiquity; this is corroborated by the style
of dress (a waistcloth and two anklets)
and by the stone tools used.    The local
belief is that  it dates   from before   the
time  of the  Spanish   occupation,   say
1600  A. D,    I   see no  reason  to consider this improbable.
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NOBLE FIVE MEETING.
Officers  Elected for the  Ensuing
Year.
B. J. Perry and Miss Mary Keapock
were married at the Holy Roman
Cathedral, Victoria on Thursday 16th
inst. B. J. is well known in the Slocan
as he was superintendent of the Noble
Five for many moons,
Geo. B. McDonald arrived from the
coast on Sunday last. He became the
father of a bouncing baby boy on the
same day.
Stranger
At a meeting ofthe Noble Five Mining & Milling Companv held in Victoria
on the 15th, the following officers were
elected: President, Jas. Dunsmuir;
Vice-President, C. E. Pooley; Directors,
Jas Dunsmuir, C. E. Pooley, F. B.
Pemberton, Hon. Joseph Martin, B. J.
Perry; General manager and Secretary-
Treasurer, Geo. B. McDonald.
The company will adopt a policy of
vigorous development during the coming summer. The Last Chance ledge
will be opened up thru the Noble Five
tunnels, which will have to be driven
several hundred feet further. The
work of opening up the ledge thru the
No. 3 tunnel ofthe Last Chance will
also be carried forward, but progress
on this piece of work is necessarily slow-
as the Chance is also working thru the
same tunnel. The Noble Five will
employ quite a large force during the
coming summer.
THE BONUS GRANTED.
Dominion    Gooernment   Will   Pay
$100,000 a year Subsidy to
Lead Refineries.
On Friday last the bill to bonus lead
refineries was brot down in the Dominion house. The bill provides for an
annual subsidy of $100,000, which is to
be paid at the rate of $5 per ton for
1901-2, and $4, $3, $2 and $1 a ton for
each successive year, thereby making
the bonus good for five years, altho it
diminishes with each year.
The bill as brot down by the government is not exactly what the delegation asked for, but it should be reasonably satisfactory to capitalists who
propose embarking in the refining
industry.
Shoul d y^ur meanderings abou
this mundane sphere take ycu to
Neto Denoer
Remember that there is a hotel
in the Lucerne of America at
which pilgrims ma\ enjoy all the
comforts of a home, at prices on
a par with the damage levied by
other houses thruout the district,
'ihe 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.
PAINTING
DECORATING
SIGN WRITING
PAPER HANGING
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Figures and estimates
cheerfully furnished for all
jobs.
Booth & Robinson,
Reco Are. Sandon
Notice of Assignment.
Pursuant to the " Creditors Tru.it Deed* Aot*"M
ami Amending Acta.
NOTICE Is hereby given that Judd Rohrer,
carrying <>n bnidnMa as a rt-^ali-r In mining
timber* In the slocan Mining Divieion of
wet Kootenay District. Uritish Columbia, by
deed of assignment for the benefit of oreditow,
bearing date {the 4th day of May. A D., vmh,
made in pursuance of tha MOteditore Trnet
Deeda Acts" and Amending Acts, tuu granted
and assigned unto K. M, bandilanda of Be-so
street, Sandon.B.C.agent, all bis personal
estate, creilifs ami effects, which may be
seised and sold under execution, and alibis
real estate, in trust to pay the creditors of tbe
said Judd Rohrer, rateahly ami proportionately their just claims, wit hout preference, or
priority, according to law.
The said deed of assignment wae executed
by the said Judd Rohrer and B. M. I.andilands
on the 4th day of May, A. D.,190*1.
All persons having clains against the said
Judd Rohrer are required on or before the lib
day of Jane, A. D., 1901, to deliver to the said
trustee K. M. Sandilands. particulars of same,
duly verified, and the nature of the securities,
if any. held by them.
And Notice is hereby given that after the
said 4th day of June. A. D , 1801, the said
trustee will proceed to distribute the assets
among those persons who are entitled thereto
having regard only to those claims of which
the said trustee shall then have had notice,
and that the said trustee will not be responsible for the assets of the said estate to any
person of whose debt or claim he shall not
then have had notice.
A**meeting of the creditors  will   be  held at
the office of tbe Trustee in the said City of
Sandon on  Friday tbe 17th day of May, A. I).,
1901, at :t o'clock in the afternoon.
Dated this 4th day of May. A. D . 1901,
E. M. SANDILANDS. Trustee
Reco St reft. Sandon. II C.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
SAMPSON, NKW SI'RINGKIKI.D. WONDERFUL FRACTION, I. X L. FRACTION
MINERAL CLAIMS.
Situate in tlie Slocan Mining Division of
West Kootenay District. W here located :
On Miller Creek, about 2 to 1^ miles west
of Sandon.
TAKE NOTICK that I. A. R. Heyland
Free Miner's Certificate No. B88.1M, aoting
as agent for Miller Creek Mining Company,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B88,8S1, intend,
sixty days from date hereof, to apply to tbe
Mining Recorder for a Certilicate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown
grant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section !i7, must be commenced hefore the
issuance of such Certilicate of Improveints.
Dated this "t-Hh day of March. 1901.
A. R. HKVLAND.
Application for Transfer of Liquor License.
NOTICE is hereby given that thirty days
from date hereof that application will be
made by the undersigned to the License Commissioners of the city of Sandon for a transfer
to them of the liquor license held hy Lawson
& Carlson at the Union Hotel.
CHAS. HANSON.
HIRAM PASCO.
Dated at Sandon this 25th day of April, 1901.
WANTED.
Silver-Lead property at or near the producing stage. Must be first class and stand investigation. Have cash buyer for same. Send
maps, photos, reports and samples immediately to
0. M. ROSENDALE,
515 Oiegonian Bldg., Portland, Ore.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICK is hereby given that the partnership formerly existing between Stocker &
Gardner, of the Miners' Restaurant has been
dissolved. All dehts due the firm must be paid
to Joseph Stocker, who will continue the business. All debts contracted hy the firm previous to the 8th inst. will be paid by him,
JOSEPH STOCK KR.
MARTIN GARDNER.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between Fred Hulten and
Andrew Hendrickson in the Miners' Hotel 1ms
been disolved. All bills due the firm will be
collected by Andrew Hendrickson and all accounts against tho firm must he presented to
him for payment.
FRED HULTEN.
ANDREW H EN 1)RICKSON.
M. L. Grimmett,
L. I.. I!.,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
NOTARY PUBLIC, ETC     .
SANDON, B_ c>
E. A. BROWN, M. E.
Underground Surveys
and Examinations. Dc
velopment and Assess/
ment Work. Surveys
and Estimates made for
Tramways.
Virginia Bloch, Sandon, B.C.
a. P. & a. \i,
ALTA LODGE NO. 39.
Regular Communication held tint Hum
dav. in each month in Masonic Hull nt it s]
Sojourning brethern are cordiallv invii,,|t,
attend,
A B. DOCK9TEADBR,8eoreUrT,
F. L. Christie,
L. L.  B.,
NOTARY PUBLIC, BARRISTER,
SOLICITOR, ETC.
ATHERTON BLOCK   -   sandon
Sandon Cartage Co.
WALMSLEY & MoPHERSON
Express, Baggage,
and Cartage.
Delivery to all  Paris of the Citv.
K-tabli-dicd   IsM
E. M. SANDILANDS.
Sandon, B. O.
Notary Public.
Insurance and Mining
Broker.
Mining Stocks bought and sold, Gen-
eral agent for Slocan Properties
Promising   Proepeoti  for  Sale.
Sandon Miners'
Hospital
Subscribers, $i por month ; Private
patients, $2 per day, exclusive ol
Expense of Physician or Surgeon
and Drills.
Open To Thk Public.
DR. \V. K. (JOMM.   Attendant Physiotaa
MISS S. L. CH1SHOI.M. Matron
J. H. MCNEILL, Pree. Hospital Board
ANTHONY  SHILDAND, Secretary.
KNIGHTS of PYTHIAS.
SANDON LODGE NO. 24.
Meets in Crawford's Hall even \Vedn8s
day Evening. Visiting Brethern cordial'?
Invited io   attend.
ANTHONY SCHILDAND, CO.
DAVID LKITCH.K.R. S.
SILVER CITY LODGE NO. 39*
I.       O.       O.        Fa
Meetings in the Union Hail ever* Friday
I Evening at 7:80. Visiting Brethern coidia'-J
"invited to attend.
A. J. BLANCH, N. G
GEO. WATTE, R. CUNNIN<;���
Secretary. Vice Grand. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MYA 24,
The Wonderful.
The recent strikes on the Wonderful are attracting considerable attention
and stock in that company is in great
demand. The ore which has been
found in the tunnel was unquestionably
lagged up by a former management
mill the hope of acquiring the property
ai ;i later date. Tliis ore chute is opening up in a manner thai will put the
Wonderful on a permanent   shipping
basis in the near future.
The history  of   the   Wonderful   has
been a somewhat romantic one.   The
property was located in  '92 by Jones,
Miller & Lay,   three   prospectors   who
came in with the rush in  that eventful
summer.    It was stocked in Spokan in
qc, the promotion  having   been   con-
ducted by E. J.   Field,   who   undertook
the development  of the  property.     In
tlu- summer of  '96   extensive ground
sluicing operations were carried on and
several cars of galena   float,   netting
altogether about  $40,000,   were taken
oul in 1 iii** manner.    A tunnel 1100 feet
long was driven  and it  was given out
t. ni the ledge from which tliis remarkable deposit   sif  lloal   had broken away
could nol be found.    There has always
been a   > amp   rumor,  however,   that a
discovery had been made   in the tunnel
and carefully lagged  up.     Up to the
tune thai VV. VV. Warner   took   hold of
the property there has been   nothing to
verify this report, but the developments
of llie past tWO. weeks   seem   to   plainly
indicate thai  something of this   kind
was done.    If the developments of the
nexl few davs  are as  favorable as the
work already dime   there   will be a big
boom in Wonderful stock.
Death on the Rail.
Frank McLead ��� of Nelson was run
over by the Spokane Falls & Northern
train in the yard there on Monday
evening last and had both legs cm off,
death following almost instantly. As it
was dark at the time and deceased did
not speak after the accident, it is not
very clear how b.e happened to get in
the way sif (lie train.
Frank McLeod was well known in
Sandon. He carried On business as a
blacksmith here for several years, leaving for Nelson about two years ago.
ile was a native sif Nova Scotia and a
prominent    Oddfellow. The    funeral
took place under the auspices of the
Nelson I. O. O. F. on Wednesday
afternoon,
To Prospect in Yeilotoheud.
John Sheradin, George Vallance and
John Blanch left on Tuesday for the
YelUnvhead pass country. They will
leave the C. P. R. at Spence's Bridge,
going north from there. They take |
with them a two-year's supply of provisions and intend to winter   there.
The party is well qualified for such
an expedition. Vallance and Blanch
are prospectors with an extensive experience.     John   Sheradin   is  an old-
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PHE   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 line new up-to-date goods a visit to the store will amply repay
em.    In our
GROCEKY DEPARTriENT 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 or 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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and he is ripe with experience in Bodie,
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Aspen, Butte and many of the other
��reat western camps, in all of which he
has been a pioneer.
Soocrcign to be Opened Up.
George Ransom stated yesterday that
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be re-opened in the near future and that
some work might also be commenced
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SANDON, MAY 24, igoi.
Honorable George Washington
Ross, premier of Ontario, is trifling
with sentiment in a manner which may
provoke public opinion to land on
him. George Washington is noted
for his unemotional proclivities, and
his lack of sentiment is characteristically illustrated in his famous interrogation of "What in hell has Strathroy
done for me ?" as answer to a request
by his constituents  for  consideration.
His latest transgression on the
finer feelings ofthe Ontario public is a
published intention to remove the
statue of Sir John Macdonald at the
head of Queen street, Toronto, and use
the site for a statue of Queen Victoria.
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George W. should  be very canny
O %* 'mi
about making such breaks as this. To
the vulgar mind there is nothing represented in this transmogrification of
statutes except the days' works required to make the change ; but to the
aesthetic there is a wealth of meaning
contained.
No one in Canada fails to revere
the memory of the great patriot statesman. Tho we may not have agreed
with his politics we cannot overlook
the fact that he was a great and gifted
man who consecrated his life to the
service of his country, without reward
and without price. For one act alone
���confederation���he deserves the name
of statesman. His heart, soul and
bodv were enlisted in a life-long" strusr-
gie for his country's good and his
ambition was wrapped up in the welfare
of his countrymen. He was a nobleman, a hero and a patriot and he died
in the harness.
Queen Victoria is also dear to the
hearts of many Canadians. But that
endearment is a tribute to circumstances
over which the good queen had no
control. Had Victoria never lived
Britons would have idolized some other
sovereign just the same. It was not
for her achievements that she was
worshipped, for Victoria did nothing
that was not out-shone by a thousand
acts of less illustrious countrywomen.
It was not Victoria, but the living embodiment of the system of which she
was the symbol that the empire revered.
This reverence became personal only
thru  association.      Had   our  late la
mented Sovereign   been   unknown that
reverence would have fastened itself on
the next in line.
To tear down the statue of Sir John
Macdonald in order to erect in its stead
a statue of Queen   Victoria   would  be
equivalent to a  declaration that Queen
Victoria was   greater   than Sir lohn.
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It   would   mean   that   title   outranks
worth. It would indicate that the
elected chief of the people is second 10
the hereditary incumbent of rank ; that
the people are inferior to the monarch.
It is too late in time to hope that
Canadians will take kindly to a precept such at this.
Tom Johnston of Cleveland is the
spectre that haunts Mark Manna's
dreams now. Free silver is dead, the
income tax has been lost in the prosperity wave, and anti-imperialism is
dangerously ill, but the trust issue is
growing. William Jennings Bryan is
a political mummy. The boy orator
ofthe Platte no longer frightens Mark,
and the Democrats are prospecting for
a new standard bearer for 1904. A
free trader, a tax reformer and a man
of unquestioned business 'abilitv is
wanted to take up the crusade.
Tom Johnston fills the bill. He
is known as the millionaire anarchist.
He has millions in iron, but he worked
like a mucker to secure a reduction of
the iron duties when the McKinley
tariff was before Congress. He was a
personal friend of Henry George and
his money furnished the sinews for that
brilliant last campaign to which the
great single taxer became a martyr:
He made money in street car lines,
yet he became mayor of Cleveland on
a platform that demanded a three-cent
fare.
Tom Johnston has a history. He
was born in the bluegrass country in
Kentucky. His father lost everything
in the American war and Tom started
at thirteen to rustle for himself as a
newsboy in a Vermont village. At
twenty he went into a street car office
in Louisville, Ky. At twenty-one he
was married. At thirty he was at the
head ofthe street railway system. At
fifty he is worth ,$20,000,000���even-
cent of it clean money. He has spent
two terms in Congress, has taken an
active interest in politics for twenty
years, and last year was elected mayor
of Cleveland by an overwhelming
majority. Since his election he has
dropped every other business in order
to devote his sole attention to being
mayor. He has promised to give
Cleveland good government���something it never had before���and he is
starting off well. He has brot the
street railways down to a three-cent fare
disciplined the light, telephone and
railway   companies,    reorganized   the
assessment and equalized taxation, reformed the police department, not the
money's worth on city contracts, and
in an incredibly short time has raised
Cleveland from the level of an overgrown, mis-managed villiage to the
status of a well-regulated city.
His term of office in Cleveland
runs tor nearly two years yet and he
has promised to accept no other office
until his term expires. But it is an
��� ���pen secret that he has an eye on the
presidency. H is success in the government of CleVel id will be a criterion
bv which to judge his abilitv.
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If Tom   JohnstOli    has   the same
luck for the next three years that he
has had for the past thirty, Mark
Hanna will need a better man than
McKinle) to had the Republican hand
wagon, and he will need more money
than the trusts will cheerfully ante to
keep his own state of Ohio in line.
It will be about Tom Johnston
and Carter Harrison as a Democratic
team in 1904, and Mark Hanna will
have the job of his life to beat them
out.
'I'm-: prompt action ofthe Dominion government in granting the bonus
on refined Lad should he thoroly appreciated. The bonus will assure the
construction of a refinery somewhere in
Canada, and' this assurance should
have an immediate stimulating effect
on the lead mining industry in llie
Slocan. It would not be surprising it
the next few* weeks developed a complete change in the situation in this
camp. It is to be sincerely hoped thai
the change will take place.
Prize Fighting is a brutal sport.
A twenty-round mill is to be pulled oil
in Kaslo tonight and it is a safe bet
that the old Comique will be crowded
from footlights to box office by degenerates burdened with a morbid ambition
to see someone slugged to a red finish.
How self-respecting people can have
the conscience to pay gate money to
see such a brutal exhibition is something we fail to understand. In the
interests of science, we intend to give
a full description of the fight in nexl
week's paper. The account will be
authentic. Our sporting editor intends to be present.
Owing to the numerous 24th o(
May attractions, this paper domes oul
one day early this week. We have no
apologies to offer for this previousness.
There is a prize fight and a ball game
on at Kaslo and a football series with
Caledonian attachments at Silverton.
A man who could stay home under such
provocation has more fbrebearanei than
is necessary to run a weekly paper. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON, B. C, MYA 24,
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THE OLD MAM AND JIM.
Old man never had much to say���
'Ceptin' to Jim���
And Jim was the wildest boy he h.ad���
And   the old man jes'  wrapped up in
him!
Never heard him speak but once
Er twice in my life,���and first time was
when   the war broke  out, and  Jim he
went,
The  old   man   backin'   him   for  three
months;
And all 'at I heerd the old man say
Was jes"' as we  turned to start away���
"Well, good-by Jim;
Take keer of yourse'f!"
'Peard like, he was more satisfied
Jes lookin' at Jim
And liken' him all to hisse'f���like, see?
Cause he was jes' wrapped up in him!
And over and over I mind the day
The old man  come and stood 'round in
the way
When we was drillin', a-watchin' Jim���
And down at the depot a-heerin' him say
"Well, good-by Jim;
Take keer of yourse'f!"
Never was nothin' about the farm
Distin'gished Jim;
Neighbors all ust to wonder why
Tlie old  man 'peared wrapped up in
him,
Rut when Cap. Rigger he writ back
'.*\t Jim was the bravest boy he had
In  the whole  dern regiment,   white or
black,
An' his fightin' good as hisfarmin'bad;
'At he had led, with a bullet clean
Rored  thru his  thigh, and  carried the
flag
Thru   the   blodiest    battle    you    ever
seen���
The old man wound up a letter to him
'At Cap read to us, 'at  said; "Tell Jim
Good-by
And take keer of hisse'f."
Jim come home jes' long enuf
To take the whim
'At he'd like to go back in the calvery���
And the old man jes'  wrapped up in
him!
Jim 'lowed 'at he'd had such luck afore
Guessed he'd tackle her for three year
more.
And the  old  man give  him a colt he'd
' raised,
And  followed  him   over to  camp Ren
Wade
And laid around for a week or so,
Watchin' Jim on dress parade���
Tel finally he rid away,
And last he heerd was the old man say:
"Well, good.by Jim;
Take keer of yourse'f!"
Tuk the papers the old man did,
A-watchin' fer Jim���
Fully believin' he'd make his mark
Some way���jes' wrapped up in him!
An' many a time the word u'd come
'.At  stirred   him   up,  like  the tap  of a
drum;
At Petersburg for instance, where
Jim rid right into the cannons there,
An I  tuk 'em, and  p'inted  'em  t'other
way,
And socked il home to the boys in grey
And  they  scooted   for tim'u-r,   and on
and on���
Jim a lieutenant and one arm gone,
And the  old man's  words in his mind
all day:���
"Well, good-by Jim;
Take keer of yourse'f!"
Think of a private now, perhaps,
We'll say, like Jim,
'At's  dumb clean up   to  the  shoulder
straps���
And the old   man jes' wrapped   up in
him!
Think of him  with the war plum thru,
And the glorious old red,white and blue
A-laughin' the news down over Jim,
And the old man, bendin' over him���
The surgeon turnin' away with tears
'At hadn't leaked fer years and years,
As the  hand ofthe dying  boy dung to
His father's, the old voice in his ears:���
"Well, good-by Jim;
Take keer of yourse'f!"
���James Whitcomb Riley.
The State of Kansas has for long
years been nominally a prohibition state
and the law has been enforced perhaps
as well as such drastic laws can be.
Spirits are allowed to be sold only as
"medicine," and that is how the following story came to be told. A
bronzed and stalwart cowbow planted
a "two-gallon demijohn" on the counter
of a chemist's shop. "Fill her up," he
said "babv's sick."
The man who devotes his time, his
energy and talents to building up a
union of toilers, with which they are
enable to better their material and
intellectual conditions, does more real
good for mankind in general than he
who endows a college or donates a
fortune to a mission. The first teaches
independence thru justice, while the
second perpetuates injustice thru dependence.���
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We guarantee all   our goods to be the  best   that
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Then   the Lord   answered Job  out of
the   whirl wind,    and    said:    Where
wasl ihou when I laid the foundation**)
of Hi.- earl li?    Declare, If thou   hast
understanding."   Job xxxviil.,  1, 4.
Since men have lived on earth their
Uble intellects have Struggled to realize
|k- majesty of God.
Succeeding  nations and   civilizations
lave  expressed   thru  laws of religions
fceir puny conceptions of the power
iat controls the universe.
As mental and moral standards have
liproved, there has been   constant im-
tovement in lhe conception of God.
(The Greeks and   Romans  imagined*     We believe lhat in   the book of  Job
variety  of gods,   al-L-'   attributed   to
lese the vices and weaknesses of men.
The  Fijians  worshipped a god  who
?voured  the souls of the dead,  inflict"
irture in the eating, but mercifully releasing souls from pain when the meal
/as ended.
The  ancient   Mexicans   went to war
('because their  gods demanded   some-
hing   to eat."    Their   armies   fought
'only  endeavoring   to take   prisoners.
|th.il they might have men to feed those
rods."
"Canst thou bind the unicorn with
his band in the furrow ?
"Canst thou draw out leviathian with
an hook ?
"Will he maki many supplications
unto thee? Will he speak soft words
unto thee ?
"Hast thou entered into the treasures
sif the snow ? or hast thou seen the
treasures of the hall ?
Thus thru deep chapters of greatest
beauty, the primitive mind seeks to
portray for the benefit of other primitive
minds the omnipotence of the world's
Ruler.
What hope has man of conceiving,
even approximately, the great lawgiving force that rules the universe ?
Shall we ever do more than attribute to
Him those qualities which our punv
minds admire ? Shall we forever ion-
ceive Him as a  glorified ���'individual"?
Even with the birth of the one great
idea The Unity of Clod���the person-
plity of the universal Creator was but a
reflection sif His worshippers.
He was a "jealous" God, a "man sif
""-var." "God Himself is with us for
pur captain."    11 Chron., xiii., 12.
God dwelt   in a city made of nothing
heaper than gold and  precious stones,
or   liis own   glory,   He   maintained a
I'onrt  Oriental  in  form,  with strange
peasts   to  sing    His   praises,   and   He
fortured forever and ever creatures that
��� had made.
1 he present conception of an omnipotent God has changed greatly since
fhe old days, when cruelty was the rule
nild was admired. There is today in-
ptsten :e dn God's love, on His justice,
pn His mercy that "endureth forever"���
(there is practically no teaching ofthe
old belief that a creature, born of circumstances, and good or bad as circumstances may determine, is to sutler
endless torment under never-changing
conditions of horror.
rhe writing of this editorial is based
"pon frequent readings of the book of
Job. It is a wonderful book, as in no
1,1 her writing the Jewish forces ot poetry
ilnd ot prophecy are exhausted to portray God's majesty.
All of the old prophet's knowledge of
the world, all of bis mystic notions of
sidereal government, are used in the
efott to glorify his Creator.
"Hast thou commanded the morning*
since thy days ?
"Canst thou send lightnings, that
they may go and say unto thee, Here
we are ?
there there is suggested the method of
studying God that alone can aid us to
a better, higher conception.
The study of God must be prosecuted
thru lhe study of astronomy, and this
the old prophet foreshadows clearly :
"Canst thou bind the sweet influences
Of Plieades, or loose the bands of
Orion ?
"Canst thou bring forth Mazzorth in
his season ? or canst thou guide Ac-
turns with bis sons ?"
Long years ago children were taught
to admire a god who created a leviathan aud "behemoth."
Children sif the future will be told :
You live on a globe twenty-five thous-
miles round.     It travels ceaselessly thru
space at a  speed   of   eighteen   miles a
second.    Compared   to   the   huge sun
that lights and gives us life, our  earth
is but a pinhead and   the  sun   itself is
but one tiny dot iii   the   ocean of space.
Thru that space the sun   rushes  on an
errand   unknown,   carrying us with it.
Everything moves,   revolves, rushes,
ceaselessly, yet   a   balance   registering
the one-thousanth part of a grain is not
adjusted as  these   huge  behemoths of
limitless  spade.      Laplace-God's true
servant, because   he   demonstrated His
power���shows   positive   proof that lhe
earth,    travelling    eighteen   miles   per
second, has not changed the   period of
its rotation by the   hundredth  part of a
second in two thousand years.
The mind ofthe future, imbued with
respect for the force that controls, conducts and makes laws for the universe,
will attain more nearly to a conception
of God. But a study of God will remain
man's chief and constant effort while
he lives here. That study is never
ending. 	
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J. S. Carter E. J. Coyle,
D. P. A. A. G. P. A.,
Nelson, B. C. Vancouver, B. 0. THE PAYSTREAK, SANDON,  B. C,  MVA 24,
The Weeh's Ore Shipments.
Fkom Sandon Over thk K. & S.
Last Chance   40 tons
American Boy    20 tons
From Sandon Over thk C. P. R:
Slocan Star 123 tons
Provincial Secretary's Office.
ills HONOUR the Administrator0
 mm^mmmm���^mm^^^^^mJpf the Government  in Council has been pleased to
make the following appointment-*:���
16th May, 1901,
CiiAiti.Ks E. Hamilton, of GMden, R^qnlre,
to be���
Deputy Ri>iri-trar of the Comity Court of
Kootenay holden at Golden.
Deputy piatriot  Registrar of the Golden
Registry of the Supreme Court: and
Deputy MininK Recorder of tlie Qolden Mining Division.
16th May. l!H��l.
Ei.os Ezka Cim-MAS. of the City of Knslo.
Esquire. J. P., to he:���
Gold Commissioner for the Ainsworth.
Slocan and Sioean City Mining Divisions;
Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works and Government Agent for the Slocan
Elding Of the West Kootenay Electoral District, vice J. A. Turner, Esquire, whose Jurisdiction as Gold Commissioner for the Ainsworth Division and as Assistant Commissioner of Lands and Works and Government
Acent for the Slocan {tiding, has heen can-
celh-1 accordingly:
Rtipendary Magistrate for the County of
Kootenay: and #
v   Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
for the Slocan Riding.
Ai.KXANI>kk   LUCAS, of the   City of   Kaslo.
Esquire, to he:���
Mining Recorder for the Ainsworth Mining
Division;
Registrar of the Connty Court of Kootenay.
holden at Kaslo:
District Registrar of the Kaslo Registry of
the Supreme Court, vice E. E. Chipman, Esquire, and
Collector of Votes for the Slocan Riding of
the West Kootenay Electoral District, vice D.
0. Kurtz. Enquire, relieve I of the said office.
All such appbintmengs to take effect from
18th day of May instant.
Hahiiv WuitiilT, ofthe City of Nelson, Es-
qi '-e. Mining Recorder, to he-
Assessor and Collector for the Nelson Assessment District, vice E. E. Chipman, Esquire.
Such appointment to take effect on the 1st
day of July, 1901.
Be Up-To-Date
By Wearing a Nice'
SPRING   SUIT
Cut on the Latest Mode
and Elegantly Trimmed.
(MINERS ATTENTION!
BEWARE OF GERMAN AND OTHER IMITATIONS
BENNETT*S
Patent
We can fill the Bill in Eoery
Particular.
A Complete  Line of Furnishings on
Our Shelves.
Re-Opened
A. Daoid T\SZrs'
PIONEER TAILOR OF THE SLOCAN
00000000000000000000000000
THE
Filbert  Cafe
Will be Opened Today by
Bennett & Lloyd.
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GUM  BOOTS
���^FOR***
MIN E R S
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We have  the  finest
line of miners'
I Rubber Footwear ��
on
It will be conducted
both European and American
plan and the viands that will
be served will leave nothing
to be desired. James Brassington and " Little Sammy"
Lloyd will be the men behind
the range. No further guarantee is required.
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now on exhibition in
the city. The wet
shaft has no terrors
for the man in the
gum clothes. Size
up our stock.  o�� o��
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Thos. Brown,
Main St., Sandon.
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Safety
CROWN BRAND
Gutta Percha Water-light Fuse has been Proved
and not found wanting1. No miss-holes. No run-
11 ing.    Also
POPE'S MINERS' SAFETY SPITTER
HlGIEGERICH.
KASLO
SOLE AGENT
AINSWORTH
SANDON
jalland Bros.
 FAMILY GROCERS.
9
I Hay,   Grain,   Flour,
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Feed, J
Fruit and Vegetable!
f      %   %    $    %   %
No order too large and   none   too small.     Our  prices arc
as low as honesty will permit.
Codp Mvenue.
RENTS OOLLKCTKD
District A Rent for The Great
West    Life  Agflnrauoe   Co
Winnipeg, Man.
Grimmett Block, Reoo Ave
AliKNT FOB
Norwich Fire Insurance Co
Cod nee tic tit. lnsurn nee Co "I
of Hart ford.
_^^^| .Etna Fire Insurance Company
1 lio'iux. of Hartford, Conn.
Pacific Const Fire Insurance Co
Imperial Registry Company
ine Dominion ofOanaaa Guarantee
ami Aocident insurance Company.
���fames 3. (Bobfrep,
Mines, Inoestments and Insurance.
SANDON BRITISH COLUMBIA

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