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The
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Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 7.
Greenwood, B. C, February 16, 1901.
Per Year, $2.00.
MAMNwyw^^ THE SIMILKAMEEN
Prospects Bright for a Lively
Season in Mining.
EASTERN  CAPITAL  IS TAKING
Hold   of  Some   of   the   Properties.
Prospecting' for Coal Near
Princeton.
nnd light committee.
M. E. Miller add res.
Miller Bros. vs. City,
id the council   re
stating that he
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SHOREYS READY
Tailored Clothing
t  by a single glance.     It is dis- i
j  tinct from the ordinary Ready j
��  Made. ��
f      We ask you to come into !
1  our store this spring and pick j
I  up any garment at  random. 1
IThey   are  all   iigrit  in   every I
particular.   There are no shod- J
(dy   marks   about   them ��� no j
_   of!
Word has been received here from
Gossland. that the Similkameen Copper
Company,owning the Virginia, Alabama
and Noonday properties on Copper
mountain have sold a large block of
stock in the east and are now preparing
to begin active d 'velopment work. Mr.
J. S. Clutc, barrister, of Rossland and
M, .). I). Anderson, P. L. s , of Trail,
ace trustees for the company.
would lie pleased to meet committee
from council and talk matter over. On
motion of Alderman Caulfield, seconded
by Alderman Sutherland, a committee of three was appointed to wait
on Miller Bros.   Committee; Aldermen
Canllield, Sullivan and Ross.
finance com m it tee reported as follows :
Fashion Livery if 22.0(1
Caulfield & Lamont      1.30
Rendell &C  202.02
B.C. Cuzette       250
fireenwood Miner     48.60
W. M. Law A Co 75
Greenwood Electric Co  108.45
(Ireenwood Times    71.05
Scavenger continued in office.
THE COAL PROBLEM.
.1. ,1. Campbell, commercial manager
of the Hall Mines smelter, has returned
to the city after an absence of several
weeks. Mr. Campbell is following with
keen interest the progress of the struggle
between the C. I'. R. and the interests
represented by .lames J. Hill. His
Tlie recent dovelovment on the Lost sympathies are altogether with the
Horse, where a good body of ore has Canadian road and as a Canadian smelt-
been discovered within 250 feet of the jng mttn |,e j��� m08t dessrous of seeing
Virginia claim, will encourage the com- j the Hill charter defeated in the house of
pany to thoroughly explore the ledge al- j commons. Mr, Campbell does not take
readv found on the property. , tnjs stand because of a desire to see the
The stock of the Similkameen Copper j Canadian Pacific the only railroad oper-
Company, limited, is largely held in this j ated in t|,e Kootemr.s, but because he
city, savs the  Rossland   Miner,  and  it | regards   the  proposed   invas.on  of  tlie
J  stinginess   or    skimpiness   of {
|  material. |
J      The particular advantage of j
|  our clothing is  that  it   looks |
!*  well, wears well and lasts well, j
Isn't that till kind of spring J
1   clothing you want. j
���      Money back if you want it. s
was learned yesterday that operations
are shortly to be commenced on the properties of tlie company, three of which
are located on Copper mountain and one
on Kennedy mountain, in the Similkameen country. Mr. Stuart Armour, one
of the officers of the company, lias been
in the east for several months, financing
the company. He has sneceded in selling 200,000 shares at 10 cents each. The
proceeds of this sale will   put  the  coni-
Kootenay coal fields by Hill interests as
the most serious menace to the indust-
tsrie of the provinces ever contemplated
in the history of the country
" Permit the American railroad trust
to enter the Fernie coal fields and you
will hopelessly cripple the smelting industry of the district until other producers nf coking coal are developed,
which may be a  matter of years.    The
THESMELTERSREADY
To Blow In as Soon as Coal
Arrives.
WORK     ON     KINO     SOLOMON
A Very Rich Lead Crosscut on the
Sallie���Work on the Rambler Group.
The (ireeuwooil smelters are receiving
the linal touches making ready for blowing In. The li. 0. Copper Company's
smelter is ready to blow in, but the
management is waiting until there is a
! sufficient quantity of fuel on hand to as-
i sure a steady supply. It is expected the
smelter will be treating ore some dav
I next week. The pvritic smelter at
Boundary Falls will be ready to blow in
on the 1st of March, but it will probably
he a week later before the plant will be
in full blast. Coke and coal have been
coming in to both smelters during the
past two weeks from Fernie, in Fast
Kootenay, so it is only a matter of a few-
days until both smelters will be turning
out matte.
Frank Chadler came down from the
West Fork Thursday. He had been
driving a tunnel on the King Solomon.
Tlie tunnel has heen run SO feet, and
when work was shut down the face of
! the tunnel was in ore. Work will be
resinned in May when the tunnel will
be continued until the ore body of the
upper ledge is croscut. There are three
parallel ledges on the King Solomen,
and the object of the tunnel now being
run is to crosscut these ledges. On the
upper ledge a tunnel lias been run 71
feet and two shafts  sunk to a  depth of
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Mining Machinery,
Mining Supplies,
Crockery,
Glassware.
Silverware,
Graniteware,
Tinware,
Lamp Goods,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Pipe and Fittings,
Stoves.
Shelf and  Heavy Hardware.
Best Equipped Tinshop in the City,
In charge of skilled mechanics.    We are prepared to give estimates upon ill]  classes of work--
alsodo repairing of nil kinds.
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Crow's Nest coal company will naturally
pany in such shape that the work of de- j Hen jta product at the greatest possible
velopiug the property oj the company | ,���.,,���, to its,,|f] .,,���)  witll an  American 	
can be commenced and carried on for a : raj|r���ao< at its doors the Fernie coal will j ten feet.    A 14-foot shaft has been sunk
considerable period. I naturally be controlled by .I. .I. Hill who Ion the center ledge, and ou  the lower
Prospecting for coal is still interesting L.JH take the product across the line to ledge there is a 25-foot tunnel and a
a nuiner of our citizens. Several new hjg railroad nnd to the American smel- 88-foot shaft, from the bottom of
locations have been made in the district ter trust's institutions. This will leave which 10 feet of crosscutting has been
recently and there is no doubt that when j t|,e Canadian smelters  hopelessly at a i done.
ihe snow leaves the ground a number of   Iobh rn�� nnijB and shut downs will he in-i     .   . ,
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h ,owin�� which are known to exist  will \ evitable anle88 Hmelting rates are roised        ��� ���        ^.........J,   A
be located.    Mr. 8.  Spencer returned jto the point where Bmt)lters can bringin ^
from the coast last Saturday,  where  he | coal froni tho coast     Eventually other !-,.��� ������, ,    ,,, h        ,    *.,.���, ,
was success,,1  in  interesting several   properties may be developed to produce tho  ,���������,������,,  ,/cl������llr,  ,n B<lll   ������,,
well-known \ ancnuventes, among them   ,.���]... 1,... .j.,.., :_.  minired   for   this   nnd I   ������ -,..,-��� ,.
.   . , .      . ,, ,, ..   7K . ,     coae dui t-ime is requirea 101  tins ana  gjiver.   The Sallie is owned bv a svndi-
OetngSeveral prominent O. r. K. Officials,    thp rflanlls   in   Hie   nio'li.timc   must    be .,-..., ...      .   '.      '
.   ,,        , ��� ,, , ��� . > tne results in tne meantime must  no C8te, of which Robert  Wood nf Green-
in the coal fields around Princeton. j disastrous.   The American smelters  re
The work done on several of the seams ! fu
has shown considerable improvement in   tne Canadian smelters stranded for hick i kWu,u K
the quality of the coal as depth is ob- Lf c0]<e the mining-industry would be in
tained. The Vermillion Forks Company | a ba(j predicament.
" The government should take steps
to prevent a pound of Fernie coal going
across the international boundary line
unless there is a surplus over the requirements of this couniry. The industries in this province are at the  present
A     Don't Overlook Our Grocery Department.     A
are steadily working their lease adjoin'
the town and are taking out some  first-
class coal     I!. Rowland has now nearly:
live feet of clean coal on his location and j
the   Swansborough    and    McCroskrey
claims ure developing well.
There is some tall: of a coal syndicate | tilne ]iving frolT1 i,ami to mouth in the
being formed iu the district to thoroughly pi'OS| t different seams with a diamond drill. When this is done the full
value of the coal will be ascertained, as
in a sandstone formaiion. such as we have
in   this district,  layer- of   bituminous
wood is the head.   There are two parallel
British Columbia lead sresand with j ,ta,|s ,,��� t|||, H,i|M     ���,,,������.  ,,���. ,,.���,, ,���,
rk is now   being  done there is
j a  2-foot   iedge of  very   rich  ore.   The
! tunnel on the upper ledge  is  in ISO feet
and striping is now being done and ore
shipped to the   Boundary Falls smelter.
Two shifts bave commenced work oil
the Rambler group, near Eholt. The
crosscut, at the 100-foot level, is ill about
100 feet. The crosscut will be continued
through the ledge, when the mine will
he made ready for shipping.
The Russell'Law'CaulfieldCo., Ltd.
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[ coil are often  found  below   the lit'iiiie
|bids.    Meanwhile the  prospects for  a
busy season's work anion',' the properties
already located are exceedingly  brisht.
���Similkameen Star.
mailer   of   coke   and  only  manage  to I
secure a supply sufficient for their needs
by dint of constantly urging the Crow's'
.. .. ,. ,...,,    .. Sixteen men are at work on the No. i,
Nest | pie to ship supplies.    With the  .   ,, ....
,,.,,        ,.  ..      .1    ,   ii     ���  .,     i.      ���     in ( enlnil camp,  drilting  and  stuping.
Hill road taking the bulk of  the  ferine  _, ,-        ,        ,,   . ,   ,
the machinery has all  I n  hauled to
j the mine with the exception of the boil-
| P. BURNS & Co. |
I Presh and Cured
Meats.
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Poultry, Fish and |
Oysters.
CITY COUNCIL.
At the meeting of the city council
Monday night there were paesent Ihe
Mayor and Aldermen Caulfield, Naden,
Koss. Sullivan and Sutherland, The
minutes were adopted, after slight
amendment. Following communications were disposed of:
Letter from W. McQuinn, re appointment of police and license commissioners
for the city.   Received and filed.
Sprott & McPherson, asking to be allowed to place sign at edge of sidewalk.
Referred to street, coinmittec.
Letter from W. G Gaunce, asking city
to contribute $200 towards entertaining
Associate 1 Hoards of Trade Moved by
Alderman lioss, seconded by Alderman
Naden, that amount be granted.
Petition from W. M. Law, and others,
asking that council grant aid to public
reading room. Moved by Alderman
Naden, Seconded by Alderman Caulfield.
that jmtition be laid on tnbld,
output, as will undoubtedly be the case,
should their charter go through, our industries mii-i he placed in a most unfortunate position The opening of the
Fernie coal fields was the greatest event
ill tbe history nf Ihis country, but to
divert the coal product to the trusts
whose interest M is In divert the trade
of the country to the luiled States will
bo a greater blow to the prosperity "i
the province than the development of
the coal deposits was a benefit."���Nelson
Miner.
HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE.
'��� I was just about none," writes Mrs.
liosa Richardson, of Laurel Spring, N.
('., "I had Consumption so bad that the
best doctors said 1 could   not   live  more
er which U   I
there  tbis  hi
Coate
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���cts to hnv<
MORRIS NOT ARRESTED.
\ letter mid   telegram   have been   re
ceived in this cid   from  ('.  S,   .Morris,
who is at Olnlla iu the Kerei k valley.
Biding thill Ihe report I lull he bad been
lured into Ihe state of Washington i-
wlthout foundation. This report was
publishe I in nearly all of the papers in
the province aud was thought to be reliable, Mr. Morris, however,denies the
truth of the statement and he should
know.
The question is why and by whom the
report, was caused to be   put   iu  circula-
tban a month, but I began  to  take
j)r  j tion and the  reasons   therefor.     Prcsi-
King's New Discovery and was wholly
cured by seven bottles and am now
stout, and well." It's an unrivaled life
saver in Consumption,  Plieumonia,   La
lent Tietjcns of the New York bank,
from which Morris is accused of embezzling the funds, Says he received a
telegram from a town in Washington
that   Morris  was  under
I Grippe  and   Bronchitis;   infallible for I stating   that   Morris  was  under arrest
Coughs.   Colds,   Asthma,    Hay    Fever,   there,    The  bank  recently begun a suit
Croup or Whooping Cough. Guaranteed against Morris in this province to re-
1 bottles 50c and if 1.00.    Trial bottles free I ��>veir tl'e amount he is alleged to have
at .1. L.
store.
Mayi
White's and Miller   Bros',   drug
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mis of Trade
the 28th Inst
Gaunce
ninled the follow-
lie  preparations
ed by  Alderman   Ross,
leru .in Sullivan, i liat eopj   of
f medical officer ol health l��- s
in-i! oi  the city  ol   Phoenix,  re-
^^   n^   them   In  take  action  on   the
matter therein contained. 	
Offer of C. J. McArtliur to buy cord-   Bannerman, Robt. Wood,  Duncan  Mc-1 even a rod hot stove, and give you a new
woo I at cemetery  was  refarrcd to lire   tiitnsb, W. M. Law and H. C Shaw.        one for it, at the 0 I C second-hand store i
ii,-- i" the A.-soci-
which will meet
C. Scti. (iallo-
I. .1.  Finucane,
stolen and it i* possible that the repurt
of his arrest ��as put in circulation for
the pun pose of sfectlng this -nil. An
other explamn ion Is that a plot actua'l.
existed to lure Morris across the line,
which failed., ami the plans of those in
the attempt wen- prematurelv ma e
public.���Kossland Miner.
in, J. W. II   SlliMhe. 1).   A.
we will take it.    Take  anything THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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1 THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
Capital, $8,000,000
Rest, $2,000,000
HON. CEO. A. COX, President.   -   -   B. E. WALKER, General Manager. 5:
J. H. FMTMHER, Aw't Gen. Manager. >
I    J. W. H. SMYTHE. MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH    ��
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Scientific Examination
of Your Eyes 	
A. F. ��Sr A. M.
[ GREENWOOD LODGE No. ��, A. F. _ A. M.,
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
C. SCOTT GALLOWAY, W. M.
M. E. MILLER, Secretary.
.1. R, Brown. .1. P. McLxon.
McLEOD & BROWN,
Barristers,  Solicitors,
Notaries Public,  Etc.
Naden-Flood block, Greenwood,  B. C.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
O. A. GUESS, M. A. II. A. (UIESH, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MlrllHG ENGIHEERS, GREEITWOOD.
Assay, Analyses, Kefobts.
Cyanide Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tebts.
W. S. KEITH, fl. E.
MirraiG properties examined
 A1TD REPORTS FURBISHED.
thoroughly (.onvkrsan1 with the boundary
.... District	
"Ureen��wdVMinor." I     Greenwood, B. C.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. 0.
K. OP P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P.. meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 In the Masonic halt, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    D. A. MACKENZIE, C. C.
A.K. EMBREE, K. R. & S.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 15, mails will
arrive and be dispatched as follows: Mails
close for all points cast and west at 1:30 p. m.
ARRIVE. CL08E.
Phoenix 1:30 p. m 1:80 p. m.
Anaconda 1:30 p. m 1:30p. m,
Deadwood B:%n.m 8:30 a. m.
THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Punlifihed every Friday evnning at Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One Year $2.00
"       Six Months fl.00
foreign, One Year $2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads tHken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 1(1 and f> cents per line.
SATURDAY, I'KBHI'AR l(i. 1901.
Tiik city council at itn last meeting
voted the sum of $200 towards entertaining members of tbe Associated
Boards of Trade, and tabled a petition
for a montlily appropriation to tlie
public reading room. While no objection can be made to tbe action of the
council in appropriating tlie sum of $_;00
to the entertainment of representative
business men of tbe interior of British
Columbia, still the establishment of a
free reading room is of more importance
to the people of Greenwood than the
visit of the Associated Boards of Trade,
and the petition should not havt been
tabled.	
Nkwbpapkrs speak the minds of
the men who run them. Occasionally we find a man who thinks he
is the hub of the universe ; that were it
not for his massive brain and extraordinary journalistic ability, the whsle newspaper world would go up in smoke of
ignorance. Such men are rare, but unfortunately they do exist. Last week
the Phoenix Pioneer man discovered
that there was one paper in the district
he bad overlooked to accuse of swiping
his valuable copy. He states that at
considerable trouble be published an
original article, and that we copied it.
Now if by any chance we happened to
publish a piece of news word for word
with the Pioneer, we humbly apologize
to our readers, and promise if tbey will
overlook it, we shall never again indulge
in such type melting articles of fiction ;
and again, if we did publish the article
referred to, we are indeed sorry, especially after the little Pioneer man going
to such trouble in bis efforts to publish
an original article, but our grief is made
lighter when we think of the news tbis
paper has furnished the Pioneer. We
would suggest that the editor of the
Pioneer devote more of bis time to writing mining articles about moving winzes
and quarrying rock, which will never be
reproduced, unless under the heading of
humorous.���Midway advance.
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
Miller Bros. Will Serve You
For Drugs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, etc.
Eor Expert Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting' and Engraving, and Careful Compounding of Prescriptions, Miller Bros, of Greenwood, B. C. are First and Foremost	
ABOVE  ALL   COMPETITORS
W. F. OP M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union ball, Silver street,
at7:3fl  p.  in. every Saturday evening.
M. II. KANE, Secretary.
THE    BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN    IS   MADE    HY    THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO..  Props.
ASK    FOR
glkhorn
Lager
B
eer.
" I stuck to my engine, although every
joint ached and every nerve was racked
with pain," writes C. W. Bellamy, a lo
comotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa..
" I was weak and pale, without any
appetite and all run down. As I was
about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and, after taking it, f felt as
well as f ever did in my life." Weak,
sickly, run down people always gain new
life, strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Miller Bros, and J. L. White. Price 50c.
THE   GOOD   OLD   GAME.
tn the olden days, when men didn't
have much sense, that "brother to tlie
ox," otherwise called the Man with the
Hoe, went out to dig him a turnip for
dinner. (Of course all this is a dream ;
such a thing could never really happen,
you know.) He bent nearly double over
his work and brought up a nice one.
���lust then Mr. Merchant appeared and
suggested to the Hoenian a game which
he said was so entertaining it would
keep them busy forever. He gave Hoe-
man a shining bit of glass and took up
tbe turnip. He cut off a piece of the
turnip for Profit, and passed it to Mr.
Exchange, who cut off a piece for
Transportation, and tossed it to Mr.
Middleman, some distance away. The
latter took a piece for Commission and
handed a piece to Mr. Banker as Interest. Mr. Middleman then turned it over
to A. Gent, who took a piece from itand
tossed it to Mr. Exchange, who in turn
handed it to Mr- Merchant. I wondered
why each had taken so large a pi3ce until I saw a military looking man called
Government and a wretch called Charity
go to each of tbe others and demand
part of what tbey bad taken. By this
time there was nothing left of the turnip
except the peel and a very little meat.
Mr. Merchant took the meat as hfs profit and traded tbe peel back to Hoenian
for the bit of glass he had given him at
first. Yet before be did tbis, he handed
Mr. Printer a part, of what be took, for
advertising, Then Mr. Government approached and sententiously said : "Take
il, Hoenian, it is all yours, and I will
protect your right to it." And be stood
over him glaring savagely. Then Charity came, grimacing and rubbing bis
bands, and handed lineman a piece of
turnip Ihat bad fallen from the jaws of
one ol the others. Mr. Merchant beamed on Hoenian and said: "Isn't it a
tine game7 Isn't it a beautiful system?
You will observe how you were protected, for all the time the turnip was out of
your hands you had that shining money, I
and then, after we have all served you, |
you get your own back again." Mr.
Hoenian smiled. Merchant continued :
"And then see what Mr. Charity haB
brought you. I'm sure yoe are a lucky
dog, and have plenty of incentive to
work." " Y-a-a-a-s," said Hoeman. I
Then the " brother to the ox " went to
eating his turnip tops, while the others
turned up their noses at him,���C. I.. I
Pliifer.	
Situation Wanted.���Mechanical en- j
gineer, college training and 12 year's J
experience with all kinds machinery,
including nine years with Easton,
Anderson & Goodon, Kent, Englund,
and lately mechanical superintendent
to the Ray Copper Mine, Arizona. First
class testimonials. Capable of superintending erection and running of mining
plants, but is prepared to take whatever
offers to start with. Apply Dickinson,
Clarendon hotel, Greenwood. ���7    '
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn  La-
jj ger   Beer    contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Uraught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
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Cunningham & Andersen
ELECTRICAL
CONSTRUCTION
AND SUPPLIES
Mine Installation
a Specialty.
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo.,
Etc. Houa. Wiring and Oyn.
I Repairing.
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Cable Address-" Maori." "" '     ..-���.-...- ~..-i     -
Code-" Moreing Jr. Heal,   o
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Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
...TO LET...
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BUILDING Snltabie for
Stores or offices. Lot on
Copper  Street,   easiness
Centre.
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Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMEHT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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The   Gem Restaurant
Copper Street. Greenwood.
Meals at
All Hours
DAY OR....
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Private Dining Room for Ladies.
BEST MEALS. BEST SERVICE
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LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREEITWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
Manu^turer, A(| Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Sole Agents lor THE LI0H BREWIHG CO., Rossland B. C.
Tin* I.iirKt'it Brewery in British ('olumblii.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
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RESTAURANT
MEALS BY THE DAY, WEEK, MONTH OR YEAR
BUNGERT &  CO., PROPS.
Everything You Want and Just How You Want It
Open Day and Night.
Short    Orders    a   Specialty.
Arlington Building, Copper Street.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
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.Commercial Hotel.
Canadian
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And Soo Line
First-clans sleepers on ull trains irom
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C5__^_Landing
TOURIST CARS
Puss Dunmore Junction daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and  Thursday- for Toronto.   Same cars
puns RcvelBtokc one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TRAINS DEPART.
14:35    ( For Rossland,  Nelson, Kaslo, San-
Ex. Run. \  don, etc., and all eastern points viu
Crows  Nest  route, connecting at
West   Robson for   Nakusn,   Revelstoke, Main line and Pacific Coast.
15:45    i  For Midway, where stage eonneo
Ex. Sun. (  tion Is made for Rock Creek, Camp
McKinney and Colville reservation
points.
For time tables, rates and full iniormation
call on or add res nearest local agent, or
E. R. REDPATH. E. J. COYLE,
Agent, Greenwood       A. Q. P. A., Vane.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that application will be made to the legislature of the
Province of British Columbia at its next
session for an act to incorporate an association
to be known as the "The British Columbia
Mining Association," the said association
being founded for the following purposes,
namely: First, to promote the arts and sciences
connected with the economical production of
Valuable minerals aud metals by means uf
meetings for the reading and discussion of
practical papers aud the subsequent distribution of such information as may be gained
through the medium of publication. Second
the establishment of a central reference
library and a headquarters for the purpose of
this organization. Third, to take concerted
action upon such matters as affect the mining
and metallurgical industries of the Province of
British Columbia, and to encourage and promote these industries by all lawful and honorable means.
Dated at Rossland, B. U., December 15,1900.
DALY tie HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
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Certificate of Improvements Notice.
PLUTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In the Kettle river Mining Division
! of Yale District. Where located���In Dead*
| wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
'    claim.
( Take notice that I, Svdnev M. Johnson, an
I agent for M. M. Welch, free miner's certificate
j No. b8,1_9, John P. Anderson, free miner's eer-
; ti flea to No. B29.767, and Frederic Keffer, free
i miner's certificate No. BA8.297, intend, sixty
! ays from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
; Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for
��� the purpose of obtaining a erown grant of the
; above claim.
And further take notice that action under
I section 37, must be commenced before the
I issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated at Greenwood, B. C, December20.1900
I    51-9 SYDNEY M. JOHNSON THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
.
COMBINES   AND   MONOPOLIES.
The world has learned the lesson of
co-operation very effectively within the
last few years. Labor set the example
and capital is following closely in its
footsteps. Professional men have formed unions ostensibly for the protection
of the public against quacks and the
unscrupulous, but the law which guards
the welfare of the people benefits to a
certain extent those who were instrumental in securing its passage. The railways of the continent nre being amalgamated and many which were formerly
run independently and competitively will
soon pass under one management, and
the communities which formerly benefited by their rivalry will be dependent
entirely upon the quality of the mercy
which they show. The ships which sail
upon the deeps and the shallows are all
passing under the control of great
"lines." Soon there will be no such
thing as vessels owned by individuals,
for all such owners will be persuaded or
coerced to join the combinations. Departmental stores, carrying everything
required by man in these luxurious days,
are doing the business formerly conducted by hundreds of individual traders. Under this system, which is only
in its infancy, the great centers are
swallovi ing up the small towns. When
the mail erder habit has fully developed
it is expected Unit the growth of the
chief cities of the world will be greatly
accelerated, and the quiet little places
which the poets who have passed away
delighted in will become sleepier than
ever, and by and bve will never wake at
all.
It is claimed by some writers and all
capitalists that these movements are
conducive to the well being of communities. Transportation charges are lower
than they ever were before, and the
necestaries of life were never known to
be so cheap. Wages are higher, hours
of labor shorter and the standard of living upon a much higher plane. All of
which is undoubtedly true. But what
of the millionaires who have become
such in the course of a very few years?
They could never have accumulated
their hoards without acquiring iv very
effective cinch on the people, and the
people are so unreasonable as to be inquiring why this sort of thing should be
allowed to continue. Andrew Carnegie is estimated to have an annual income of twenty-five millions. The dollars roll in so fast that he knows not
how to dispose of them because he is on
record as having declared that it would
lie disgraceful to die ''rich." Praises of
his generosity are continually rising
from the communities which have been
benefited by his livings, but they cannot drown the groans of his oppressed
workmen nor the cries of the widows
and orphans whose protectors were shot
down by the mercenaries of the millionaire in the many strikes which have
taken place at his works in Pennsylvania. Hockfeller, the Oil King, is a
man of the Carnegie type, with little of
his disposition to distribute wealth.
Both of these men attained to their affluent positions by contriving to obtain
control of the natural wealth of the
country and bv scientifically guiding its
courses into their private coffers. Xow
somebody says the state has been remiss
in its duty. It should have retained its
resources, hired men with the genius to
develop them, and turned all the resultant wealth into the pockets of the community.
fn Canada we are blessed with some
state-created millionaires, few though
our years as a community have been.
No blame is lo be attached to these men
because of the good fortune which bus
befallen rbern. No doubt they believe,
as we all do, that they attained to their
enviable positions solely by reasons of
native merit. We have given our railway magnets millions more than ever
found their way into the undertakings
which they were intended to assist. The
lines built with the money of the people
have assisted greatly in the opening up
of Canada to the world, but there are
writers who say that we have not heen
the chief beneficiaries. American goods
aro carried very much cheaper than
Canadian products, not only to the seaboard on either side of the continent,
but into the Canadian market to compete with the merchandise of our own
country. One company has announced
that its chief terminal point will henceforth be in Portland, Maine, and the
other has threatened to pack up and
take all its ocean business to Boston,
Mass. In a word, the railway companies
know no nationality, and sentiment has
no place in their thouuhls. These developments have had the natural effect
upon the public mind of causing inquiry
as to the purpose for which railways
have received sneh generoin assistance
frOm tho coffers of the Dominion. A
government commission to regulate
rates and remedy the abuses is demand
ed, and the extention of the state railway to the Pacific coast is suggested. A
feeling against monopolies of all kinds
has been aroused which may gather
strength and result in consequences
which those who have not given much
thought to government ownership may
yet be astonished at.���Victoria Times.
BUCKLEN'S ABNICA SALVE
Has world-wide fame for marvellous
i cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
Burns, Boils, Sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet
ter, Salt Kheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
Hands, Skin Eruptions: Infallible for
Piles. Cure guaranteed. Only 2.r>c at
.1 I.. White's and Miller Bros'.
LIKES  THE   NAME.
The Toronto Telegram says that Ireland and Scotland would have been well
conten'. if the new king had chosen to
wear the name of Patrick on the throne.
Scotland loveB Edward :i* a name for
kings like Ireland loves Cromwell for a
name for soldiers. England is the predominant partner in the United Kingdom, and the sentiments of Kuglanil
have alone been considered by the king
in the choice of a name. Scotland may
have wished that the king had chosen a
name otlier than that immortalized in
" Scots Wha Hae:"
See approach proud Edward's power;
Chains and slavery.
But if the name " Edward " recalls tyranny to Scotland, it must also recall
Bannockbum to England, and in any
event the new sovereign can plead that
he liked the sound of Edward better
than the sound of any other name In
bis numerous collection.
WORKING OVERTIME.
Eight hour laws are ignored by those
tireless, little workers���Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Millions are always at work,
night and day, curing Indigestion,
Biliousness, Constipation, Sick Headache and all Stomach, I.iver and Bowel
troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure.
Only 25c at Miller Bros', and J. L.
White's drug store.
SOUTH AFRICA CONSTABULARY.
Recruiting for Baden-Powell's South
African Constabulary will be held as j
follows: Victoria, Feb. 18; Vancouver,!
Feb. 20; Rossland, Feb. 20; Kamloops,]
Feb. 22; Nelson, Feb. 23; Revelstoke,]
Feb. 25; For* Steele, Feb. 25; Golden,
Feb. 27.
Capt. Bur8te.ll will take charge of the
recruiting on the coast and on the main
line of the C. P. R., and Lieut. Beers in
the Kootenay country.
For rent one piano,  second-hand.
I C store.
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I HUNGARIAN FLOUR
V Only $1.55 per Sack.
GOLD DROP FLOUR
$1.40 per Sack.
GOOD APPLES
$1.85 per Box.
II
POTATOES
$1.50 per cwt.
AT
Bannerman   Bros'.
Cash Store.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...fiavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they, are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
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For information concerning
Terms and Prices, Apply to
E. F. MASSAM,
Room 7, Rendell block,
GREENWOOD.
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: The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North
�� America-   Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
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;    Boating, Fishing   ^ \4-*. �����___ *���*   ....Resident Physi-  |
:     and Excursions    ^JcinHcll 111 III     cian and Nurse.   ��:
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Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.   Two nulls arrive and I
ci jart every day.   TERMS:   $15 te $18 per week according to rest- !���
deuce In Hotel or Villas���    O g.
its Itaths cure all nervousand muscular diseases.    Its waters heal all Kidney, Liver E
and Stomach Ailments.  Tho baths and water eliminate all a:
metal poisons from the system. 2_
��HF-The prlcfl oi railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood anil    Halcyon 2-
good for Thirty Pays and obtainable all the year round is $11.40, ��:
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IHiner.      ���
IF YOU  WANT
Letter HeadsJ
Bill Heads
Note Hiads
Statements
Business Cards
WE USE GOOD PHPCR AND INK
rtNDCIIAIXirt YOU TOR IT	
ONLV FIRST CLASS WORKMEN
EMPLOYED
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Established 1886.
Incorporated It's.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON, W. T.
VANCOUVER, B. C
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
| HARDWARE SSS^! I
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills, *
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters. Lumbermen, Etc   .   . X
$2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
i Giant Powder Co., Majestic Steel Ranges jj
AGENTS FOR I Fairbanks Scales Canton Mining Steel J
' Bennett's English Fnse       Spooner's Copperine ^
Registered Trademark " SUNSET."
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Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
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...OR ANYTHING...
IF YOU WANT CHEAP WORK 9ENO
CAST   FOR IT
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The New and Secondhand Store
A. L. WHITE 4 CO.
V. & H.  PHONE 106
GREENWOOD STREET.
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Whole Similkameen ��
SIMILKAMEEN CITY \
In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek camp, situated ou the mam wagon road *T
and location line of the C. & W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton. JJ=--
Town Lots Now on the Market J:
Inside Lots #75, Corner Lots $100. Size of Lots on business streets 25 x 100 feet and 25 x [.50 feet; on JK
other streets 50 x 150 feet. Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per 3^
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to *3j
H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C. FRANK BAILEY & CO.,
(iri'ciiwiiini, fairview and Sinqlkanieen Citp.   Audits for li. I'
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BLANKJOOKS
Ledgers,  Journals,
Cash Books, Record
Boooks, Memorandum
- - BOOKS - -
in it great variety nf sizes and  grades���
prices accordingly.
Whatever your requirements may be in
blank books and office supplies
we have it.
DIARIES for  1901.
Save money   by   buying   your   Hunks,
Stationery, Office Supplies nnd
Wall Paper from
..SMITH & MAE..
'Phone, V. & N. :!4.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
F. C. and Mrs. Holes are down from
Beaverton.
Max Burger left Wednesday to attend
the Rossland winter carnival.
Qq Sunday night Rev. B. II. Balderston will preach on "A tongue without
any poison in it "
William I. Gibson and As/nes E,
Huband were married ou Tuesday by
Rev. li. II. Biildprntnii,
The  Bum li
tion will   i 'I I
supp 'am
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The R'V. Father Bed ml .v ill eel. brute
Holy M:iss.ill   \-'.   Veilin s,|.,y, Feb  20th,
at i) o'clock a. in., iii the Catholic church,
(ireenwood.
The ladies of tlie Presbyterian church
will give a concert in the Auditorium
Tuesday evening next, the 19th inst.
Admission 50 cents.
Chas. R, Pittock, of the lirm of Werner & Pittock, returned yesterday fram
a two months' visit to friends in San
Diego, Cal, looking much better for his
holiday.
Thus. King has made a strike on his
elaini about a mile from the Carmi
mine. The ledge is about one hundred
feet in width, and is quartz, carrying
copper-gold values.
Phoenix lodge, No. 28, K. of 1'., will
give their lirst annual ball, in tbe Miners'
hall, on Friday evening, the 22nd inst.
Every arrangement has been made for
the most successful ball yet held  in   the
Boundary disirict
M. .1. Phelan has accepted the position of manager of the saw-mill business
of Blue ,v  Fisher, ai  Rendell, on  the
West Fork.    The  mill   has  ci nenced
sawing and will he kept running so lime
as there is a demand for lumber.
Thursday lust E. II. Mortimer,   son of
( aptain Mortimer of Southampton, Eng,,
and   Rose Ziman  were  married   in   the
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I 'TRACING  CLOTH, 1
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1 PRINTPAPER,DRAW- |
j ING INKS and PAPER, |
I FIELD BOOKS, ETC., %
and all materials suitable 1
for Engineers and Sur- ��
veyors, etc., can be pro- s: |
cured at Reasonable Prices ��  J
�� a*
at J. L. COLES. j* ���* <* I |
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Books, Stationery, Ollice ~     :
Supplies and Wall Paper. S j j��
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Episcopalian church by the Rev. w. A.
Rubins. The bride was given away by
L. J. Flanugin. After the cermony a
wedding dinner was served at the B. C.
hotel. The Miner extends congaatula-
tiniis I.. Mr, and Mrs. Mortimer.
.lames Anderson, local manager of the
Bank of British North America, has received notice thai he will shortly be
t' insferred to the Rossland branch, lie
will be succeeded by \V, li. II Bell, for
some time manager of the Bennett
branch. The citizens of ' ireenwood will
r"L'rel the removal of Mr Anderson
from Greenwood, Mini wish him con-
! linuiil promotion.
(Oi Tuesday evening last the public
| reading room Mas opened under the
management of the local W. C. T. I'.
At the opening services Mayor Jakes
presided, aed a musical programme was
rendered. Speeches were also delivered
by a number of citizens. Mrs. Travis
thanked those who had contributed in a
financial way sowards the undertaking,
Tbe rooms are in the Rendell block,
(ireenwood Street.
Registered at the imperial the past
week were: ('. \. Cameron, Andrew R.
Tufts. Mont Smith, Vancouver; S. E.
Carman, Toronto; II. II. Welsh, Harold
Chapman, Victoria; Geo, Riter, Copper
camp; John Sullivan, Trail; A W. Boyd,
Spokane;.I. II. McKinnon, Eholt,;Chas.
Palmer, (Irand Forks; John J. Burns,
Winnipeg;,!. P, and Mrs. Vance, St..
George Harvey, Nelson, B. C.; Joseph
R. Miller, II. II. Vass, Montreal.
There was a good attendance at the
Presbyterian church social Thursday
ni^ht, to bear the address of Rev. J. (J.
Shearer, on Sabbath observance. A.
Mowatt occupied the chair, and alter the
address of Mr. Shearer, a society was
formed for tin? purpose of advocating the
setting apart of one day in the week for
rest and recreation. A. Mowatt was
elected president, the ministers of the
city vice-presidents, E.P, Bird secretary,
and Mrs. W.R. McMann, treasurer.
The carnival at tbe skating rink on
Wednesday evening was well patronized
and there were some very pretty costumes o;i the ice. Prizes were awarded
as follows: Ladies' costume, Miss
Maud Butler as St. Valentine, the
second prize being awarded to Mrs.
(ieorge Miller, who represented a Norwegian girl. W. Keith won the gentlemen's prize in the character of a icon.
Zara Kuntz. repregentillK The Times,
was awarded the girls' prize, and Fddie
Medill, in the garb of a hunter, captured the boys'prize. The comic prize
was awarded to Geo. Clerf. The men's
race was awarded to (!. Hill. There
were no entries for tbe ladies' race.
WANTED,   A   NEW   RELIGION.
Just at this time we need a new religion that will make a man pay his debts.
Shouting don't settle old accounts with
Cod, Devil or Man. We bounce right
onto a fellow and put him out of the
church if he goes to a ball or a theatre,
but never a word to the pious scamp
who never pays his debts. Preachers
and people who do not pay their debts
are doing the church more harm than
than dancers and drunkards, for there
aee more of them in the church.
Books experted, opened, balanced and
kepi posted. Best systems devised.
Accountant, P. 0. Box 60, Miner ollice.
The Horseshoe restaurant is still feeding everybody. The best steaks, the best'
chops, the best cutlets, the best pastry,
tbe best mush, hot cakes, coffee, tea and
cocoa, and Jackson's best brand of
Mvers' creek pream.
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I���OR   instruction   on    ihe
Violin, Piano, Mando
lin,   etc..   see   I'roi     Kiiuff-
maiin.
Violins,   Mandolins   ami
(initars. from |6 up.
Greenwood Music Store.
I have added to the equipment of my dental office an j
apparatus for the administration of
Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
for dental operations, This
is the latest, safe.1-1 and best
method for the painless ex-i
traction of teeth or removal
of the pulp���destroying the
nerve.
Dr. R. Mathison
Both 'Phones.       Greenwood.
The Devel
opment of our trade is the
result of right goods at    .    .
Right Prices.
We have just added to our
already large stock a fine
assortment of	
Xmas Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
How is Your Eyesight?
I    have   made   arrangements   with
J. C. LANNERBERG.
tin- Eye Specialist of Rossland, B. ('., to
remain with me for some weeks. People with defective eyesight should nol
miss this opportunity.
There are many ailments duo tu defective eyesight, and many people suffer
through life with headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly all cases,
be received by wearing a properly lilted
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearing of glasses, especially  by  child
ran, and  express their  fear  thai   "if
I they once begin to wear them  they life
afraid  thev  can  never  leave   ihem  off
again."    To fight against the assistance
i which art may Bttpply In this direction
j is absurd.     Whv should  not thev   bo
worn through life, if by their aid (lis-
j comforl is removed and sij_'ht preserved,
; while through i heir lack, vision  is India-
! tinct, eye-pains or headache prevail,and
the tendency is toward the destruction
of the eye      When the eyes feel tired
: through overwork ;i pair of glasses prop-
, erly fitted will give instant relief,  and
sneh glasses  in   many   cases   need to be
worn tor only  a few  months,  and  the
' benefit experienced   will  more than pay
; for any Imaginary discomfort from wear-
in;: glasses.
With twenty years' experience in eor-
| reeling chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of  satisfaction
in the  work,  and  when  no aid can be
had  iu   restoring   lost   vision   he    will
truthfully say so.   All work guaranteed.
Consultation free.
J.  1��� Whits, Druggist,
Coppi r street.
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$ Over  500 lbs. of Candies In our
if] lust shipment.   Chocolates,
Creams and other toothsome
dainties that theladies love.
See our stock of Xmas Cards.
!
Genuine  English  I
Linseed Oil.      I-
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Chemically  Pure
White Lead.
I H. B. MONROE
I  Sash and Doors. I
|  House   Painting jj
| and I
Decorating.       I
|    Sign   Writing,    f
I  USE MELLOR'S i
J  MIXED PAINTS I
K. OP P.
J. W. Mellor
GREENWOODI.ODRK N'O.'ii), K. OF P.. meets
every Wednesday evening nt 7::;u iu the Mn-
seine hall, Greenwood.    Rimi'iming brethren
cordially Invited.    1>. A. MACKENZIE, ('. ('.
A.H. 15MUREE, K. R. & 8.
Times' Building. Cupper St.        5;,
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
'SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
TENDERS FOE H0KSES.
SEALED TENDERS will bo received up to
20th February, 1901, by the undersigned, for a
team of horses for the Greenwood lire brigade.
Dorses to be noteless than 1400 poundb ouch In
weight, and noi less than 6 years old. Tenders
tn Bfate pr^co of team delivered in Greenwood
n. B. Tayi.ui:, City Clerk
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN that tho
partnership heretofore subsisting between us,
tho undersigned, as hardware merchants in
thu City of Greenwood] iu the Province of
Hritish Columbia, was dissolved by mutual
consent on tho 21sl day of January, A. D. tool.
All debts owing,to said partnership art" to be
paid to Clarence K. Pineo, ui the said City ol
Greenwood, at thu office of the Russell-Law-
Caulfield Company, Limited, in the said City
of Greenwood, the said clarence E. Pineo having heen appointed our attorney to collect
debts Of tin- lirm ami pay liabilities; and all
claims against the said partnership are tube
presented to the said Clarence K. Pineo, by
whom the same will be settled.
Hated ai (ireenwood. B. C, this 9th day of
February, A. D, 19U1.
i      ,(. .1. CAULFIELD.
Witness;
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   l&fflSS-ftBa
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.    H. r. ^Satrick
THE IMPERIAL
Get your sewing machine repaired by
the expert at the O I 0 second-hand
store.
Get next to yourself and  call  on  the
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For a good meal go to the Gem Restaurant.    Werner & Pittock, proprietors.
For sale, one 50 egg I ncubntor, at the
O  1  C store.
Note45 day removal sale at the (> 1
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Gem Restaurant under one management for paBt four years. Meals at all
hours.    Werner & Pittock, proprietors.
..HOTEL..
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
:*   Well Furnished Rooms.
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(.'or. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. O.
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