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THE GREENWOOD MINERS*
Published Semi-Weekly.
Vol. 2, No. 20 ^N
GREENWOOD, BRITISH COLOMBIA, FRIDAY, MAY 25. 1900.
$2-00 Fer Year.
A   >l.   Whitksiuk. Olive   I'kingi.e.
PRINGLE & WHITESIDE.
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, KTC.
Offices:   Over llmik ol .Montreal.
AMiltKIV I.KAMY.
1. I'. MYBA8GRAY
- - LEAMY & GRAY ��� ���
Barristers, Solicitors and Notaries
Public.
OHucs:���George Mock,   ��� ���    CopperBtrcol
GEO.   A.   STEWART   POTTS,
HARRI8TER, SOLICITOR, KTC.
NOTARV PUBLIC.
C.  H. MACKINTOSH
Goodeve ana Curtis Address a
Greenwood Audience.
Mackintosh Froved to be a Baok Number���The Minister of Mines Carried
the Audience With Him.
OnficW!    Miller Block, Greenwood, n. C.
J. R. BROWN,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
FLOOD BLK., GREENWOOD.
^eF.M.McLEOD^
Barrister and Solicitor
George Block, Room i>,
GREENWOOD B. C.
BAUER <&
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A. E. Ashcroft, **��-,.
FLOOD-NADKN BLOCK.
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTSMAN, and NOTARY PUBLIC	
 FAIRVIEW, B. C. - - -
i. ii. hai.lktt. n. o. siuw,
HALLETT & SHAW
GRF.EHWO0D, B. C.
Barristers, Solicitors,    cable Aiitirms
& Notaries Public.        "hallbtt.''
Coder:   Bedford McNeill's, Moreing
& Ncnl's, Leiber's.
FERQUSSON & CROFTS,
CIVIL and MECHANICAL
EITCIHEERS,  =3.
VANCOUVER Hnil NELSON, U. C.
Mining Machinery Supplied anil erected.
Agente lor Cooke's Wire Rope; Itopuwavs,
Flexible Metallic Tubing, Hancock llollerfi,
itlxdnn Iron Works Co., etc.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
*    THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. O.
A. C. GALT,
Barrister,  Etc., Rossland.
Postoffice Building    -    -    -    Telephone 47
The meeting opened shortly after 8 p.
m. Mr. Jas. Sutherland acted as
chairman nnd asked a [fair hearing
for each speaker and introduced Mr.
Mackintosh.
Mr. Mackintosh said this was his first
visit to the Boundary country? that it
was a country with a great future before it, if the people are only true to
themselves, and that he hoped some
day to show his great appreciation of
the country.
He bad been charged with being too
loyal. Ho expressed the wish that the
British Hag might fly over every school
house in the land. He would prove his
loyalty by relieving the province of the
worst, government British Columbia
has ever had.
Mr. Curtis had asked him time and
again what his platform was. The main
plank in that platform was the defeat of
Joseph Martin. When the Martin government has been defeated they (the
opposition) would Iind many men coni-
ijig'to the front wri^Wnfln^TOTC-nhflnT
selves fully op to the mark.
He said that it was a crying shame
that the Boundary country had no representative of its own. Mr. Martin had
defeated the redistribution bill to serve
bis own ends. Mr. Curtis had made a
feeble apology with regard to redistribution. He said it was the intention of
the government to give it, aud that he
had made it a condition on joining the
Martin government, that there should
be redistribution.
Mr. Mackintosh said that, since Lillooet and other districts in that, locality
had six representatives, Boundary, with
a greater population, should have more
still. As soon as he could he would
urge the passage of a redistribution bill.
Mr. Curtis had asserted that there
were only three issues in the election,
government ownership of railways,
Chinese and Japanese question and
eighty-hour law.
He said he had been represented as
the foe of the workiuginan in this country. He went back over twenty-live
years and tried to prove that he had
been consistent as the friend of labor.
Mr. Mackintosh here favored Ihe audience with a lenghty review of his life
and its success.
Shortly before he left Ottawa be was
asked to act as chairman of the Trades
and labor Council. He was presonte I
with an address by workingmen when
be was leaving Ottawa. All this went
to prove that Mr. Mackintosh was the
true friend of the workingman.
He said that statements had lieen
made behind his back that would not
be made on the platform that, evening.
It was utterly untrue that he had ever
been an enemy to the eight-hour law.
He had always been a conservative under Sir John MncDonald. Sir John Mac-
Donald's government Was the best friend
the workingman ever had. [Cries from
the audience: "Let us hear something
about the eight-hour law."]
He said then that although he had
been criticised for going back over
twenty-five years to prove his record, he
considered that the very best of proof.
lie said he would prove that Joe Martin had repudiated the eight-hour law.
(Cries of "rats."j "Mr. Curtis says I
am in favor of Chinese labor. (Mr.
Curtis interrupting denied having said
so.j "You said 1 did not have anything
in my ph.tform ngiiinst.Chinese labor."
Then the speaker again turned to the
prist to prove that Sir Alexander Mackenzie was in favor of Chinese labor,
and that Sir John MacDonald was opposed lo it.
"In 18(12 it wns in force in several
places in the United States." Then
turning dramatically to Mr. Curtis, he
said, "My friend, you are not the discoverer of the eight hour law." Turning to Kngland and France he proved
very conclusively that Joe Martin did
not originate the law. He waB in favor
ol the eight-hour law, but had been
afraid there would be trouble on account of it. He claimed Mr. Ralph
Smith had settled the labor trouble in
Rossland on the strength of a letter
written by him.    .'cries of rats.)
"Mr. Martin says he will continue re-
enacting certain anti-Jap bills until the
dominion government gives in; but instead of Inking the matter in our own
hands, let the legislature turn it over to
parliament, and let them turn it over to
the imperial government."
������ Mitrtfn 'utttits tfr���* borrow oi'iiiiHioir
dollars to build and improve roads,
trails and bridges. The taxes levied on
our mines will go to pay for roads in
other parts of the province, instead of
improving the surrounding country."
Turning to Mr. Curtis he asked if that
was not the intention of the present government, and received an emphatic,
"No." In conclusion Mr. Mackintosh
promised he would do all in his power
to obtain redistribution for the Boundary country if returned. The chairman then introduced Mr. Curtis, who
came forward amid deafening applause
mid said:
"I am sure I have listened with interest and pleasure to Mr. Mackintosh's
remarks. Although the posters announced that I was invited to attend
this meeting, personally I received no
invitation. I had been assured that Mr.
Mackintosh would not speak here until
Friday night. But having received a
wire telling me of the change I decided
to come on.
"Mr. Mackintosh's attitude has considerably changed of late in order to satisfy the people. With regard to loyalty
I can answer that Mr. Martin and I arc
fully as loyal to the Empire as Mr.
Mackintosh is. He says the present
government is the worst the province
has ever had. He should have offered
some evidence to back that statement,
he gave no proof whatever. I defy anyone to show that any act of ours so far
has not been for the good of the country.
"I have repeatedly asked Mr. Mackintosh who his leader is, and what is
his platform. He has given us tonight
tne whole of his platform contained in
one plank���the defeat, of Joe Martin.
But he has not given ns any reasons why-
Joe Martin should he defeated. He
says the members of the present legislature have no seats iu the legislature.
Mr. Martin made it a condition that the
house was to be dissolved before hn
chose his cabinet. It only remains to
be shown in June that the men who are
in Martin's cabinet will be returned.
Martin showed up the coalition, and
challenged Forester to deny him. I also
challenged him to deny it in Nelson and
he did not. The bill would have been
dropped and you would not have had
the election till 1902. 1 made it a condition when joining the government
that the government should not delay
four years before bringing on the election, based on fair redistribution. We
will have the new election as soon as
possible after the census returns come
in. Mackintosh does not promise you
anything like this, and if he did it
would do no good as he has no party to
back him up. No matter what promises
he may make, you cannot depend upon
them as he recognizes no party. Who
are the men who are supporting Mackintosh? They are the same men who
supported Turner and rubbed you of
your rights. He will be working hand
and glove with them and they can't
see ten miles out of the city of Victoria.
He lives in the past and does not hold
out anything to you in thefutnre I am
going to speak about living questions.
We are face to face with Chinese and
Jap labor in B. C. Our government is
prepared to do everything that will enable us to drive out that labor. Mackintosh is taking a stand in favor of this
labor by trying to shelve the question
and appealing to the Imperial government. In connection with the settle-
I'monfcofrithe"fabontrouble at Kossland,
Ralph Smith came to Rossland as a
representative of the Martin government. He settled the question ut my
suggestion. Only for the Martin government that settlement would not have
been brought about. There are a large
number of people in the province, allies
of Mackintosh, who are slandering us.
They aie pledegd to wipe out the eight
hour law. If they succeed nO capital
will come into the country. If we are
returned, no one will endeavor to touch
lie law. Also in a letter on the 16th of
March he denounced thu eight hour
law. Then he said at Rossland when he
wrote the letter he did not know he wus
going to be a candidate.
"In regard to the enforcement of the
eight-hour law, they say that Martin
wavered, und Mackintosh stiffened him
up with a letter. That letter was written on the llitb of March and Mrrtin
had announced his stand on the 1st."
"At Rossland I made Mackintosh get
down and grovel before the audience and
say that he was in favor of the eight-
hour law. The labor unions backing me
proves that I am the friend of labor. I
have to thank the unions ot Greenwood
for endorsing me the other night. When
I am returned to the house I go as much
a labor candidate as a government candidate I intend on every occasion to
support and bring forward measures in
favor of labor.
"In the labor unions you will find a
more progressive spirit with regard to
the country than anywhere else. The
majority of them favor government
ownership of railways, telegraphs and
telephones.
"Mr. Mackintosh wants to know what
assets   we   have on  which  to draw for
huililiu;
iur  railway.    Our assets  are
Continued on last page. THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
Friday May 25, 1900
WAR NOTES.
A dispatch to the Daily Telegaap from
Mequatling's Nek, dated May 10, says:
General Brabant is reported to bave
captured 1500 Boers at Clocolan.
London, May 20.���11:66 p.  m.���The
following is tht text of  Lord   Robert's
dispatch:
Kroonstad, May 20.���3 p. m.���No official intimation has yet been received
but Reuter states that the relief of Mafeking has been effected. Rundle reports having occupied Bresler's Flat,
Trommel and Clocolan, the enemy falling back on Senekal and Ficksburg.
Fifty rifles and 2,000 rounds were surrendered by the Free Staters to it battal-
liou of J'Oemanry working along the telegraphic line from Boshof lo Bloemfontein. A field cornet and 811 burghers
surrendered at Boshof yesterday.
While at Hoopstad, Methuen secured
250 rifles and between 800,000 and 500,-
000 rounds. A special dispatch from
from Kroonstad says that General De
wet has sent word that he is prepared
to surrender conditionally with his entire command.
Regarding Gen. Buller and his supplies there is also an interesting anecdote current. Buller, is appears, telegraphed from Xatal to some wine merchants to send out fifty cases of champagne, marked "castor oil." About the
time the wine was due, Buller wired Ihe
officer in charge of the base notifying
him that he expected fifty cases of castor oil, he wished dispatched withoutdo-
lay. The officer at the base replied regretting the cases had not arrived, hut
saying be had procured all the available
castor oil, twenty cases, which be had
forwarded in the hope that it would suffice for tl o present. Gen. Ruber's remarks are not recorded.
At Johannes-berg the women are
turning a policu corps, SO as to release
every man lor fighting purposes at the
front. There seems no longer any
doubt of the intention of the Transvaal
to transfer the seat oj government to the
Lydenburg district, nnd to endeavor to
make a final stand tl-ere. The mad is
reported to have endoi'.-ct! the proposal,
The Times also says that a number of
Transvaal officials are preparing for
flight, and that State Secretary Belts
has selected South America as bis future home.
Gen.   Hunter's   movements   in   the
western Transvaal tire rather puzzling.
He has returned to Fourteen Streams
with one brigade, leaving another, Gen.
Barton's, at Christiana, Lord Methuen is said lo be advancing along tbe
south bank of the Vaal. Colonel Keke-
ewicli is with him. The loop railway
line across the Vaal is last Hearing completion, The probability is thai Gen.
Hunter took back a brigade to Fourteen
Streams owing lo the scarcity of transport. Gen. Rundle has captured 10,-
000 bags of corn. Ik- is marching slowly through a district which is described
ns literally "alive with cattle, sheep nnd
horses."  .
Will Get Himself Disliked.
Collector Sheads of Grand Forks is
making the Inhabitants pay up their
road tux. Some nf them have to lie
taken before Magistrate Johnson to be
finally convinced* that they must pay.
The Greenwood collector did the same
last voir nnd got himself disliked by a
few ignoramuses who were more willing to owe than they were to pay.
Call tit Robbins Bros. slahlus for first-
class saddle nnd driving horses. They
have the liobbiosl rigs in town.
Subscribe for the Minku; only $2.00
per year.
PLATFORM OF THE
MARTIN GOVERNMENT.
1. The abolition of the $200 deposit   ,|���.   government   money    is   expended
for candidates for the legislature. ���,���,��� some system which will be udvan-
2. The bringing into force, as soon ns   iilgeous to the general  public,  so that
arrangements can be completed,  of the  the old system of providing roads as a
Torrens registry system. j special favor to supporters of the govs'.   The redistribution of the constitu-1 ernment may lie entirely discontinued.
encles on the basis of population, al-j )4 To ke'ep the ordinary annual ex-
lowing to sparsely populated districts a pultun, wit|,in tho ordinnrv annual
proportionately   larger    KP^uUt-loil   reve,,nei in orrtor-to prtwrva intact the
! credit of the province, which is its best
] asset.
16.   To adopt a system of government
WHEN YOU WANT
TIIK BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY-, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOOSE PLANTS GOTO
Munro's,
Next Door to
BANNKRMAN'8.
COPPER STREET.
$MmmM,mmtin*'i**Wufa,mWiXb%.
! wine for Awnings and |
I'riees on .
thai) to populous districts and citic
4. The enactment of an accurate sys
tern of government scaling of logs, and
its rigid enforcement.
5. The re-enactment of the disallowed labor regulation act, 1808 and
ul.-" nil the statutes of 1809, containing
anti-.i.o.igolinn clauses if disallowed as
proposed hy the dominion  government.
tl. To take a lirm stand in every
other possible way with a view of discouraging the spread oi Oriental cheap
labor in this province.
7. To provide for the official inspection of all buildings, machinery and
works, with a view of compelling the
adoption of proper safeguards to life and
health.
8. Witli regard to the eight hour law
the government will continue to enforce
the law us it stands. An immediate enquiry will be made bv tim minister of
mines into all grievances put forward in
Tents, ..     |
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j - . vy. o__l-A7,     WmtBhwtottt |
B. C. Pottery Company, Ltd.,
Victoria.
.MANUFACTURERS   OF
Sewer Pipe, Chimney Pipe, Fire
Bricks, Pressed Bricks. Flower Pots,
and Fire Proofing Tile.
connection   with  its operation,   with a
view of bringing about an amicable set-,
., ,.��� ,., , i    , i nn way across  tu
tlemont.   Ii no  settlement  is reached >
the principle of the referendum will be
applied and a vote taken at  the  general
election as lo whether the law  shall   he
i construction and operation of railways,
and immediately  to  proceed   with   the
I construction of a railway on the south
side of the Fraser river, connecting  the
i coast with the   Kootenay district,   with
S the understanding that unless Ihe other
I railways now constructed   In  the province give   fair connections,   and  make
; equitable joint freight and pa.��senger ar-
' rangements, the province will  continue |
i this line to the eastern boundary of   ll
1 province.    Proper connection with such |
Kootenay railway tobeglvento tbeisliind I ' lie L.IU1N
of Vancouver.  With respect toother purls I
: of the province,   to  proceed   to  giv ���  tu
| every portion of it  railway connections I
I nt as early a date as   possible,   the   mil-1       ORRKXWOOD and GRAND FORKS
| way when constructed to be operated by
the government through a commission.
1(1. A railway bridge to be constructed in connection with the Kootenay
Fraser river, at or
near Xew Westminster, and running
powers given over it to any rail-1 Tin
way company applying lor the same, l
CIGARS, TOBACCO,
FRUITS, CONFECTIONS,
SOFT DRI1YKS, ETC	
G. F, WATSON,
Coppor struct. Wikenwooii.
Bottling Works.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages.
.SI...K AliKNTS-l'OR TIIK
LION BREWING CO.,
Kossland. B. C.
,   ,     i.-..    i ii    . i    I under proper conditions,
repealed.    Il the law is sustained by the j ���     '
vote il will he  retained  oil   the statute      17'    Iu case il is thought at any  time
hooks w ith its penalty clause.    If modi-  advisable to glvo A  bonus  to tiny  rail-
licaliiiiis can be made removing any ol j way company, the same to be  in  cash,
the friction brought about, without im-1:1"<I not by way of tl land grant ; ami  no
pairing the principle uf the law,  Ihe)   guch bonus to bu granted except  upon:
argest brewery in Britisli CoitllllO.rt.
JAS.  M'CREATH & CO.,
Proprietors.
will be adopted.   If the vote is against
it the law will he repealed.
9, To re-establish '.he London agency of Britisli ColII:nhill, and to take
every effective means of bringing before
the British public the advantages of this
province as a place for the profitable investment of capital.
10. Tbe retaining of tin-resources   of
the 'midtti'iu that a fair amount  of the!
; bonds  or   shares   uf   the   company   he
transferred to the province, and effective I
I menus taken to give ihe province control uf the freight and  passenger rales,
I and provision   made against  such  rail-j
! way having any liabilities against it  ex- j
' cept actual cost.
18.   To   take   away   from   tlie lieu- i
To Let...
Eleven Large
Offices in
The Miller Block,
Rooms Rented iu Suite
or Seperate	
the province as an asset   for the  benefit j ti'Uiinl-govcrnor-iii-coiincil any power to j
of    the    people    and   taking   effective I milks substitutive changes iu  Ihe  law,!
measures  to prevent  the alienation of j confining   Ihe   jurisdiction   entirely  t
the public domain, except to actual set-' matters  of detail  ill   working out  th
tiers or for actual bona fide business,  or  laws enacted by the legislature.
The building U cenlmlly   loomed
uitli liol ii 1 r inn! furnished Willi flu.-!
lies led
lords.
Apply lo JAMTOH. Mllll'lHlliik.
industrial purposes, putting an end to
ihe practice of speculating in connection
with the same.
19. Tho establishment of an institution within the province for the education of the deaf and dumb.
11. Tbe taking of active measures for! 20. To repeal Ihe alien exclusion act,
the systematic exploration of the prov-1 as the reasons justifying its enactment
ince. no longer obtain.
12. The borrowing of money  for  the      21.    An  amicable   settlement  of the
purpose of  providing  roads,  trails and j dispute with the dominion government
bridges, provided that iu every case  the j as lo  Deadman's  Island,  Stanley   Park;
money necessary to pay the interest and  and   other    hinds,   and   an  agreement I
sinking   fund    n    connection   with  the | with Mr. Ludgate, by which, if possible,
loan shall be provided by additional lux- j a sawmill industry may   be  established
ntion so as not to   impair  the  credit of i and carried  on   mi   Deadman's   Island, I
the province. | under  satisfactory   conditions,   protect-'
13. Iu connection will) the  construe- i ing the intererts of the public.
tion of government roads and trails,  to I     22.    Proper means of giving technical,
provide by tbe employment  of compel- \ instruction to miners and prospectors,
ent civil engineers  and  otherwise  that1 JosKl'II  MARTIN.     I
H. M. KEEFER,
MINING  and REAL
ESTATE BROKER.
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hM ��� Friday, May 25 1900
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
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GENERAL NEWS NOT- S.
Canada has 10-370 miles of railway, or
mure than is owned in Belgium, Denmark. Greece, Holland, Norway, Portugal, Switzerland, and Turkey all put
together.
The full strength of Great Britain's
Indian army is 300,000 men, of whom
2:;0,000   are   native  and   70,500 British
soldiers.   In addition to this military
for o, there are about 20,000 enrolled
European voluntas is, ami a native police, officered by white men, nearly
200,000 strong.
The young King nf Spain is ail expert
iu the use of the sword, which bus
always been hl's favorite pasttime.
quite little wooden swords were made
for him, with which he would fence
wITh his playmates- young noblemen of
tin proudest blood of Sp lin. He is now I
one of the most expert swordsmen of
Europe i
The Kentucky governorship has been
decided by  the United  Stales Supreme j
court iu the interest of l.cckham, alliru;-
ing the decision of the Kentucky court
of appeals.
Republic, Wash., has been organized
as a city of the third class. Liquor licenses are lo be $000 per annum.
On the 21th at Rossland Joseph Blev-
ids, a niir.er employed in the Iron Mask,
fell a distance of  10 feet in Xo. 2. winze j
and was severely  hurt about the  head.
Dr. B nves was summoned and attended j
to his injuries.
Since the outbreak of the was there ;
hai been exported to South Africa  from |
Halifax and St  John, 1,810    horses,  8,-
220 tons of  hay,  $600,000 worth of pro-
ducts, and  $125,000  worth of innnufnc-
tnred   goods.    In  addition   the  depart-'
tnetit of agriculture   had   exported   to
Capetown via. Boston, 3,045 tons of liny,
2,000   bags of Hour and  2,000 cases of
beef.
The world looks upon the United
StalcB as a great and prosperous country ; yet the trade of the United States
the past year was $25.Ml per bead of
population, while the trade of Cmiada
averaged $53.00 per head of the popuhi
tion.
FROM THE SEAT OF WAR.
All accounts of the stubborn light before Mafeking on the lllth, extol the
bravery of the Canadian soldier. They
were at the front ami added fresh laurels to those won at Paardeberg.
When the Boer delegates say that the
Americans fought to defend their rights
and obtain their liberty, they themselves proclaim the rights of the Out-
landers, and tbey protest against tbe j
oppression and spoliation inflicted upon I
Ihem for the last ten years by the government of Pretoria.���Paris Siecle.
It was reported at Cape Town on
May 23 that President Kruger hud received a communication from Abraham
Fischer, one of the Boer delegates now
iu the United Strtes, advising him to
surrender on the best terms obtainable
from Lord Roberts. It is also understood that when Lord Robe.tS crosses
the Vaal river he will issue a proclamation announcing that if the burghers rejourn to their farms their property and
stock will be respected.
Government Candidate Endorsed.
Ymir, May 22.���A meeting of liberals
nf tbis place was held last night with J.
Koss in the chair and J. A. Paul acting
- secretary, The most important fen-
l i re of the meeting was a motion made
b,' Mr. Burgess and seconded by Mr.
,-i yder tliat, the liberals of Ymir endorse
,)r". Hall as the liberal candidate in the
c lining election     The  motion was car  j OVrWitoWsViWiWii^^
ried  unanimously.     It  is  thought  Dr. Ij| ;
I Hull   will  poll fully  eighty   per  cent ol
the votes in this district.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co., |
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only nil vail route betweon 'ill
points Eust, West mnl South to . . . .
Rossland,
... INelson ...
--AND-
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE With tlie
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
ANa��&N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo HI',.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Ami Connects Dally ut Bossburg
Stase Daily for
GRAND FORKS and GREEHW00D.
I
Call and Get....
SUITED.
We  have an excellent stock
of MEN'S SUITS made lor
SPRING and SUMMER TRADE
of 1900.
NOTHING OLD-FASHIONED ABOUT THEM.
Goods are Right; Prices are Right.
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ttV.WMW.^W.W^^^
i.havi:,
Ulilft) ii. in..
ll:l.i a. it..
Kilo ii. in.
Spokane
.Hoss-HiKi.
Nolsori .
AKKtYK.
il:li0 h. in.
.5:115 p. in.
. tiiCUp. in,
H. A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass, Agent.
P. BURNS & CO.,
Dealers In
Fresh and Cured Meats,
Fish, Oysters, Poultry, Etc.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
TonrTTTTo^TT-TTTTTTonfT^
BOUNDARY   CREEK   LOAN  AND  MERCANTILE
<&      *j��      AGENCY. THOMAS   MILLER, Manager
Real Estate, nines, Insurance.
OFFICE:     Comer   Copper   and   Deadwood    Streets
.JLO.JUULJUl=JLO-JLO.JUU
THE   JIKST    BEER   IN   TOWN    IH   MADE   HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK    FOR
mmmtmrnmnm: Elkhorn
C^2LA^a?ic Ry-Lager
Deer.
SOO PACIFIC LINE
(INLY DIRECT ROUTE  FROM
KETTLE RIVER AND BOUNDARY
CREEK DISTRICTS.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
\ The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
only pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Drought or in Hot-
tics by all tho Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
East
TO ALL POINTS
AM)
West.
Westbound.   Daily Tirin.   Kast hound.
10.40. Siciinious Jot. 1>>' 6.15.
Connecting stoauier loaves Pentii'ton
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday" 6:00
Connecting Steamer srriveB at
Penticton
Monday, Wednesday. Friday, 17:30
Direut Service lo and from all points via West
Robson, except Sunday.
BELTING.
14.35 Lv.
GREE5W00D.
Ar. 15.35
Users of this article would do well to examine our stock n this line. We
carry a larger assortment than any other dealer in the Province. The Electric
; Brand of Rubber belting we stock is not excelled by any other make. It is used
1 by till tho large mills in the Province. We curry it in stock up to 22 inches, end
, Leather Helling up to 10 inches in width.
McLennan, McFeeley ��Sr Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B, C.   Wholesale Hardware.
Agents for the Giant Powder Co., San  Francisco,  nnd   for  the  Majestic   Steel
Range, St. Louis, Mo.
Branch Stores at Dawson, Atlin, and Bennett Cities.
THROUGH TICKETS TO
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AT LOWEST HATES.
For full Information us to time, rates. Etc,
also for copies of Canadian Pnolfto Railway
publications apply to
E   B, KKDl'ATH. Agent, GrRBRNWOOD,
W. !���'. ANDERSON, E, J, COYLE,
T. I*. A.1 kelson,       A. Q, I'. A��� Vn.no.
The gem restaurant
"''LUNCH COUNTER,
Coppor St., rconwood.
��0pen Day and Night.
�� Lunches Put Up. _*
% Meals at All Hours.
u      	 THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
Friday, May 25, 1900
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published Tuesday and Friday at Groonwood,
British Colioi.Iiia.'
uv
THE GREENWOOD MINER   PRINTING  COMPANY.
W.   S.   KEITH, Editor and Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   KATES.
DoitiOBtio, One  Year $2.00
Six  Mouths (X.'ii
Foreign, One Year ��1.00
Payabto Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on applloatton,
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal noticos 10 aud 5 eents pur lino.
"Certillcate of Improvement" notices, 15.01
an ', flO.lio for legal life ol notico.
Four weekly Insertionsconstituto one months
advertising
The Minki: is on sale at the following places:
GREENWOOD.
Kins A Co., Smith A- Meltue, Monroe A Co., P.
O. News Room.
Cabcads: Cascade City News Co, IIossi.and:
P.O. News Room, anaconda, h. C: P. O
News Room,   SPOKANE!   The Shaw-Borden Co.
Entered at tlie Greenwood, ll. C, poBt oiHce
as second elass iii.i j 1 matter.
1900. MAY. 1900.
.S ; M  T   \V I T   F ! s
countenance, anil amid a burst of applause Hon Smith Curtis came forward
���ind dealt with the issues of the day,
only referring to bygone ages in the likeness of the anti-Martin demonstration
at Sooke, with that of Mr. Mackintosh's
political god fathers when Lord Elgin
wns governor general of the Cumulus.
Air. Curtis becomes more of a favorite I
with the masses with every appearance
before them. Mr. Goodeve following
Air. Curtis did just what Mr. Curtis
said he would, i. e , make absolutely
lalsestatements and misrepresentations;
Out no mure could he expected from a
disgruntled politician, who can he lead
by the proboscis and made to do what
ever he is told.
Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
%rf
WALTER WATERLAND, Prop.
A Finely Equipped  Bar,
Board by Day or Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Best of Cusine Service.  Rooms
neat   and    Well   Furnished.
EU1TOKIAL NOTES.
Who is the leader of the Mackintosh
party?    lluu. C. 11. Mackintosh.
The Minsk's prophecy��� 850 majority
.ur sinilli Curtis on .I line 9tll.
lion. Smith Curtis is the labor candi- j (
dale lor ihe Boundary district.
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2
6
7
8!9
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14
15! 16
20
21
22
23
27
28
29
30
tit whom do  tlie  followers of C.   II
Mackintosh   consist'.'    C.   II.  Mackintosh.
�� ii" are the Mackintosh party?   Hon. j
C.   ti.    Mackintosh   and   ex-Governor
Mackintosh.
There were no tracts of  "his line Hal-;
ian iiami" in In,- undress.   Nothing but
a senile production oi political  old-fog)-,
^ ���6TTB''r!nrr!mrro
! The Waterous Engine Works Co., Limited.i
OP   BRANTFORD,   OINT.,
Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill and Planing
Mill Machinery, Brick Machinery, Link Belt Conveyors, Rock
Crushers, and Hoists, Water Wheels, Etc., Etc.
Second-Hand Machinery, Thoroughly Refitted, Always on Hand.
W. U. LEOINARD, Agent,
George Block, Copper Street.
ALSO REPRESENTING !--
AMERICAN HOIST & DERRICK 00.
T. McAVITY & SONS, Brass Ooods and Plumbers'Supplies.
TRO-' LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO.
C W. A. FLEMING & CO., Pelting and Mill Supplies,
g BRCNSWICK-BALKE-GOLLENDER CO., Billiard Tables.
p       Estimates Furnished for Plants of All Descriptions.
(l2.2JLSULSLSUL2JULSULSL2JLJULJLSUUiJLSL^ S
Goodeve    kl.ows   he's    working   tho   Wg  ft\J\   SELL  OR   EXCHANGE
I wrung  way,   lint  like u jack-in-the-box
Miieii ins master pulls the string lie has j ANY  OLD THING  AT THE	
no alternative tint lo jump.
I'Y.lbAY, MAY 25, 1000.
"O.I.C."
GRAND FORKS GAZETTE FLOPS.
The Grand Forks Daily Gazette has
been astride of the political fence for
some weeks and no one WHS surprised
that w'lieu Mackintosh and his hei let's
had held a satisfactory confab with the
management il Bhottld nexl appear 011
the side of tho fossilized opposition.
Timed a'e hard in (irand Fonts and
substantial encouragement is a Gud-iend
Will the Times editor now  apologize
inr roosting -Mr. .Mackintosh on the Sunset ileal? Or does he .-till think him 11
"distiiiguisi.iiI knucker,
Ralph Smith is giving proof that he is
boosting for tin' Vancouver Coal Co.,
and is accompanied by one of the company's utliclal.1 on his couvussing tour.
A. L,. White ��Sfc Co.       second hand store.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
&
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
Onv machine shops are now complete ani we nre prepared t*> do thu heaviest elans of work.
tire ears, Oro Ijtickets, shafting, hangers mnl pulley*.   Pipe work u specialty.   Estimates given
.Mr   Ii;,ii,i������nii.,ii.','f.'l.- V;..,.'..',i'..'r |-��" ��H cl��""o�� of wwk.   Purtps always fn stock.
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:    ,r(!K*A.LK:.- .'?"?. M "��� ''  horljonia.i ongliie,
to the newspaper business,
MACKINTOSH MEETING.
All hough a large number were present at the meeting on We Itiesilay
night, there were not nearly so many as
those who'congregated to hear the premier three weeks ago.
The crowd not being iu sympathy with
Mr, Mackintosh gave him a poorer hearing tlian that given to any other spill -
it. The poor old man felt it, and can
uo,v see that (tree w 10 I has no use for
the fossilized rimains of a political past.
lie tried once or twice to pilch iiis aged
and cracked voice to a higher key than
usual, but again it dropped to a quaver,
and ''silence like :i poultice came to heal
Ihe blows of sound " ills addiess ha 1
no dealing with lie issue.- of ihe present day, but earn il one back lo tie;
lime of confederation and wits mostly
made up of laudatory remarks on Sit
John A. McDonald and the conservative
party, which will now doubtless be uc-
tiuiesed in by the Greenwood Times,
anil contained hitler denunciations 11
tl.e liberal party and its leaders, wine,,
was also 111 lis! c I" the Times editor, who
occupied a prominent position on the
plaliorni. Alb r .Mr. Mackintosh became too fatigued io saj miiro le1 sal
down tilth u weary look   upon   his   aged
Coal Co. is poor company for a labor organizer io be iu. bin Ralph Smith is
I doubtless thinking of the buttered side
of Ins .-lice, and ��ill iry mid square himself Willi labor un"! Inter 011.
Notes on the Sunset Deal.
! rlulii tin' UroellliUOll  I'llliu., Oct. Ul, HMD.
If Mr Mackintosh was im lugeiiunusiis
j he is ingenious iii the tut of knocking, he
would tell .in anxious public that Ins
I conduct has been prom pied hy chagrin ;
that his I'Xperts reports on tlie Sunset
an- favorable and that In- lias .-ml ...
good an opinion lis he ever had regarding the merits of ihe properly.
.Mr.   Mackintosh   wid   have to change
his tactics before lie can retain and command the respeit of mining men,  which
: is so necessary iu  carrying on a  mining
business.
In his note to tiie Toronto Globe, Mr.
Mackintosh cleverly  leaves Ihe  impression that his lirm had  expended a considerable amount ol money oil tlie  Sunset.   Tlie  truth is, thai   neither In-nor
I his lirm spent  anything on tneSuiisei.
.'.ir.   Mackintosh  did  drop a  ihoii.-anii
I nir interfering  with auothei  mini's ne-
��� gutiutions lor adjoining propertirs.
���   ���    -
Nelson Miner's Opinion of Ralph Smith.
"ii it were not that Mr. Smith is a
pleasant s >rt "I gelitleomn. and can deliver a.1 interesting speech, he might
just as will have sttiyed away.''
Oi .��� I'ellnii water wheel, or any old
thing.     Al A. 1.. White A Co.'s.
One;i-i il. 1'. return tubular bollor,   Onu
It) 11. I'. port utile onglno sail boiler, un skids, I  typo.   One 5-f0ol l'cltim uiiool with (100foot,
s in ill spiral rlvotoil pino.
Eholt Meat Market,
A  Fl I.I, sl'ITI.V OF
FRESH MEATS.SAUSAGE.Etc
I'. UI'ltNS A III.        I.llOl.i, II. ('.
1:. .l.lil'K.-S, M. A. II. A, OtinSR, W. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MIHIItG ENGINEERS.
Asstv, Analyses, Rkports,
CVASIIWi    WollKIXll    'l'KSTS.       AMALGAMATION  AND CoXl'KNTItVI'lON.
o. I'. Mloklo,
20,000 Feet C. C. S
WIRE
ROPE
INCH UIAJIBTEIi.
Knit RALfl AT
...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13 00
I'or Inn ii'tt.   Just rc-
ri'ivi-i] from  England.
- Apply in
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box H7U 1'. i). Sulson, B. ('.
A. R. HEVLAND,
Mines and   Mineral   Claims Sur-
veycil.
George Blk., Greenwood, 11, C.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle & Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
For BAR MIRRORS, PLATE,
! SHEET orCOULORED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VAR��
INISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
\viutk_mB~-
As Fa ASKEW,
GRAND, FORKS,B.C.
Hot Hilary Creek representative* of J. w. Meller
in \ iitoriti, who curries the liin^'st stock in
abo\e lines in It c As nearly till of these
iron'is are imported via Capo Horuthoehoap
Freight excludes eastern deulors THE   GREEN WOOD   MINER
Friday  May 25, 1110
/
REPUBLIC MINING NOTES.
TIIK   CANADIAN
Steaiii was turned on nl ihe Quilp
mine yesterday, and from this time on
development of the mine will he rapid
and systematic. As soon as possible
stoking will be continued by drill power
and the ore body thoroughly opened up.
The drills will do rapid work, and hy
midsummer the Quilp will be "under a
full bend of steam." Supt. ('rummer
will soon have a diamond drill in operation, and that Instrument will no doubt
show up something interesting.
The Princess Mil ml has passed to new
management and tlii'iv is to be a new
superintendent,   The chances now nre
that the prnpertv will be developed
along legitimate and systematic lines.
.VfT assessment of three mills, or $8000.
lias heen levied and this money will he
used in settling" old scores and development work. The new board of trustees
Include I.. Linnemnnn, of Untie; Frank
Oraves, Volney I'. Williamson, John
Hun tier, S. It. Stern and I). Holzman
With the splendid show ing already made
in the mine, the Princess Maud should
rapidly develop into a lending property.
That it has a rich lead hits already heen
proven, and at greater depth than has
yet been reached it is more than likely
to open out into a veritable bonanza,
Botes on the Premier's Meeting: at Varcouver.
Old ilyed-in-lhe-wool conservatives
freely admitted that no politician in the
province ever had a greater reception
than Premier Martin.
The ladies present in the front row
enjoyed the speeches quite as much as
the men folk did.
The great number of young men present was surprising and signilieent Joseph Martin is a young man's man���he
is no old fogy.
"Wha'. earthly show would Missis.
Wilson and Cotton have up against a
thoroughbred like Premier .Martin'.'"
said a local sport, as be was leaving tie
hall.
Aldermen McQueen never spoke better, and dealt with his subject in a
scholarly manner.
II. B. Gllmour made a favorable impression and gained many votes by his
thoughtful and finely delivered  speech.
When Premier Martin appeared on
the platform the shout of welcome was
like the roar of Ningritt.
There was only one drawback to the
meeting���the smallness of the hall.
Some who went to jeer remained to
cheer.���World.
Curtis and Smith.
Hon. Smith Curtis, minister of mines,
and Edwin C. Smith, who is contesting
this constituency on the Martin platform, were in Movie last Saturday evening and held a meeting in McGregor
hall. The meeting was presided over
by Lewis; Thomson. Mr. Curtis made
quite a lengthy address, and convinced
the audience before he got through that
he was thoroughly familiar with the du-
tiesof the office which he held. Mr.
Curtis is a plain, business-like speaker,
and received the careful hearing which
.Jpi was entitled to.
At the close of Mr. Curtis' speech,
Mr. Smith took the platform. He said
he had just entered the field and In d
not had time to prepare an address;
that later on he would again meet the
people and lay his views before them,
and talk over the issues of the day. He
endorsed Mr. Martin's platform just, as
il stood, and proposed to conduct his
campaign on the lines set forth therein.
���Movie Leader, May 19th;
ank of Ummerce.
Head Office, TORONTO.
KMillilMli'il  MR?,
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
jSix Million Dollars.]
HKsr if 1,000,WW j
President Hon. (inn. A. Cox.
General Mnlinger P>. K. Walker. |
Ass't. (ien'l. Manager....!. II, Plu.ii.MKF
This hank has Ihe largest number of
branches of a'ny bunk in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, rjkagwav nnd Dawson Citv.
 /
me...
Th" Ml lug tu use lor
CHAPPKIl HAN i)S AND THE FACE IS
Witch Hazel and Cucumber Cream
...at MILLER BROS.,
Greenwood, B. C. DRUGGISTS and JEWELLERS.
Accounts of Corporations., Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
levins.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.
A general Hanking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D.  A. CAMERON,
Manager
The Wm. Hamilton Manufacturing Co.,
LIMITED.
Peterborough, Ontario,
CANADA.
...BANK of  MONTREAL...
Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.
Rest $6,000,000
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President:
LOUD sruATih'iiNA ami Mount Royal.
Vli'c-l'rcnliliint:
Hon. Gkukuk A. liiicMMoM).
 E. S. Cl.ol'HTOII
General Malinger
o���
Branches in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago,
Ami in the principal cities in Canada,
���o���
liny and sell  Sterling   Exchange and
i 'able Transfers : Grant Commercial and
Truvelt rs' Credits, available in any part
of the world.
Drafts    issued,    Collections  made,  etc.
Greenwood ���   Branch.
F. J. FIHCCANE, Manager.
r>rV^rrnroTYrrir��^^
SUPERIOR   LINE   OF   CIGARS.
MORENA,
Brands:      INTERIOR  and
MINER.
Made by INLAND CIGAR MFC. CO. of Kamloops, B. C.
CLEAR 11A\'AS.\   KILLER,
Nothing but B. C. Union Labor Employed.
THE   BANK   OF
British North America.
Established in  1S86,    Incorporated by lioysl
l.'llrtl'liT.
FAID-UP    CAPITAL   $4,866,666
reserve  rum  $1,460,000
LONDON   OFFICE:
8 element's hullo, Lombard St.. K. c.
COURT   nl-    DIKECTORB:
.1. 11. Ilinilv, .i.'loi .lioiii'stv.ei', On. piinl Far
rur, Itii'ln.-.il II. to-ii, lli'iii". I..  It.  Farror,  Ed.
Arthur Itoare, II. .1. li. Kondall, J, .1. Kings
fori), iiini Lubbock, Qoo. I). Whatman.
A. il. WALL1S Secretary,
Head Office ill Canada:   si. ,1 uracil si. Mond
real.   II. Stlkoman, Hon. Mgr., .1. Elmsloy, Inst,
HHAM'111'.S IN CANADA:
London, Itrantfopl, Hamilton, Toronto. Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Midland, Quebec, st.
John, N. B. Brandon, Winnipeg. Frodorleton,
Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver, Rossland, Kuslo,
Trail, Asiioroft, Greenwood, Atlin, Bennett It.
C. aniliiiiivsou city.
AllENTS    IN    TIIK    UNITED   STATICS:
Spokane���Traders'   National Hunk uml old
National Bank.   New York���(52 Wall St.) \V.
Lhw-uii and .). C. Welsh, agents.   Ban Francisco���l'J4 Sansome St., 11. .1. MeMicliaol and J. K 1
Ambrose, agents.
LONDON   BANKERS:
Hank of England and .Messrs. Glyn A Co.
FOREIGN AGENTS:
Liverpool��� Bank of Liverpool. Australia���
Union Bank of Australia, .New Zealand���Union Bank ol Australia, Hunk oi New Zealand.
iniiiii, China, Japan���Chartered Mercantile
Bunk of India, London mnl China, Agra Bank,
West Indies���Colonial Hank. Paris -Marouard
Krauss A Co,   Lyons���Credit Lyoimuis.
J.   ANDERSON,   Manager,
Greenwood, B. C.
SCAVENGER
SERVICE......
Persons desiring work in this line
can have the same done promptly
by   diopping  a   written   request
with   name  and  locality,   in   the
mail  box  now  in   place   al   the
Fire Hall,  on  Greenwood  Btreet,
!R SALE AT-
Arlington, Pioneer, International, Pacific, Rossland, Ottawa
and Commercial Hotels, H. A. King & Co.
PROTECT HOME INDUSTRY.
Just a Reminder*
J. HOLMES.
KEMP & HOLMES.
Dn nil kinds of Jobbing*  Oflleos cleaned, carpets sewed mnl laid, windows cleaned, etc., etc
Private pursing for gentlemen.  All orders loft at
HENRY SAUVE'S STORE, COPPER STREET.
Greenwood Cigar Store,
DOMESTIC and IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES. . . .
Dnwscn & Cn-ihiocU.
pumished {^ooms.
Neat, Quiet" and first-class.
Ollice and Rending (loom
lirst floor  Throaghout.
SWAYNE HOUSE, SILVER ST.
Heated by       /"ATHOLIC   CHURCH,    CHURCH   STRE1
Fnrnace I *-'   Pastor, Rev. W. palmer, M. A. I'll. D.  Ill
Mass, 11 a. no; Evening Devotions, 7:80 p. in.
Central Hotel.
VTLLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
The     Minku���the   best   advertising
| medium in the Boundary.
PRESBYTERIAN      CHURCH.      SERVICES
held ill   Miller's   Hall.   Copper street,   CVcry
Sabbath, 11 o'clock a. m., and 7:::n p. in,   Sabbath School al 2:80 p. in.
Rev. Duncan, Ca.mimii:i.i��� Minister.
SOCIETIES.
WKKTKI.N FEDERATION OF MINEK8-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hull. Silver at root,
at 7:80  p,  in. ever; Baturdav evening,
WALTER LONG. Secretary. THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
Friday, May 25. 1900
POLITICAL NOTES.
Premier Martin stated at the Col-
wood meeting on the afternoon of May
21st that since the disallowance of the
liquor license net there is no liquor law
in British Columbia, and anyone can
sell liquor. Those who have paid their
licenses will have their money refunded.
"Joe" may not be a logical retiHoner
and there may be some weak planks in
his platform, but he may be depended
upon to have some fun with the opposition the next few days. His platform
may be weak, but ou the platform he is
strong.���Victoria Times.
E. C. Smith of Kort Steele, the
straight Martin candidate iu this constituency, spent several days ir. Kernie
this week. He was much taken with
the appearance of the town, and predicted that in a few years Fernie would
Iu a big place Mr. Smith is one of the
original locators of the Sullivan mine,
Kimberley, in which he still holds a
number of shares He own a line ranch
on Bull river, where he is at present
living.���Fernie I'ree Press.
Victoria, May 1!),���Jas. B. Thompson,
assayer of this city, who formerly re-
aided in Alberni, has gone there announcing his intention of contesting that
constituency as a liberal-conservative.
Brown, one of the Martin candidates
here, says a very strong man will probably contest Nanaimo for the government' hut he is not at liberty to give his
name.
The Hon. Smith Curtis and others
will address a meeting at Eholt on
Monday evening, May 28th. Hon Mr.
Mackintosh is invited to be present and
address thu olectots.
Mr. Frank Burnett is to be the Martin caudiil.ite in the north riding ol
East Kootenay and is sure to be elected.
Walter lord was nominated on Saturday by the government supporters of
Cowiehan to contest the district against
C. H. Dickie and Major Mutter, making
a three-cornered light.
Duncan McPhail the delegate front
Kaslo, thinks the Martin man wiil win
easily. He is an enthusiastic supporter
of (ieorge Kane
EDITORIAL EXTRACTS.
Not much ia heard of Dr. Hall these
days, but it would be a great mistake to
suppose from his silence that he and his
friends are inactive. Dr. Hall is one of
our best citizens; he is popular personally with all classes, and has a strong
labor support.���Nelson Miner.
A report of this gentleman's meeting
will he found ou another page. In these
lines the Herald will deal principally
with his personality,
Mr. Curtis, after warming up proved
to be the most effective speaker, it was
generally conceded, that had appeared
on the platform up to that time, and it
is safe to ailirm that he won some votes.
He is possessed of tact, an apparent
knowledge of huiniin nature and the
manner in which to appeal to audi-
to win their sympathies and then their
support. In brief Mr. Curtis gave indications of being an astute politician.
His Statemonts were made with the air
of sincerity that often carries conviction
but on the other hand his answer made
to the .statement made to him by Mr.
A. E, Watts, regarding the claims of
Cranbrook for recognition from the government as to the establishment of a
court, etc., again showed that he is a
politician.
The   Hon.   Smith   Curtis,   while   in
Cranbrook, far front injured the cause he
plead.���Cranbrood Herald.
Mackintosh's opinion of himself as
given in the Greenwood Times of Oct.
20, 1899: "Mr. Mackintosh's professions on public occasions, are out of
touch with his actions in reference to
his Similkameen negotiations. At the
banquet in Rossland, tendered to him,
he is reported to have given expression
to the following sentiment: 'Mr. Mayor, reference is made to my generous
nature and admirable traits of character.
I answer, if to love, my fellow-man, if to
refrain from injuring his feelings, if to
endeavor to do unto others ns I would
have others do unto me���If these be
symbolic of a generous nature, I nan
without vanity accept the com pi i men t.' "
And yet on  Wednesday  night he assured the  audience that he  cared noth
ing for self praise and had not a grain of
vanity in his make up.
Wouldn't that rasp you?
Premier Martin, as everyone knows,
has boon a lifelong liberal. He has invariably advocated liberal measures,
and if he is returned in British Coluni
bia, il will be a genuine triumph for liberal principles. The premier is a man
who does his own thinking, and is not
one of those meek followers who ascertain what other party leaders lire saying before he makes a declaration on a
public question. And the liberal party
is composed of thousands of such men.
If the leaders are right the following
may he depended upon : if the leaders'
wander and are advocating anti-liberal
measures, the following will still be
found standing on the Gibraltar of principal.
When at Ottawa, Premier Martin
voiced the views of the liberals of Western Canada, and the liberals of all Canada, lie was no truckler to corporations.
He stands to-day the provincial leader
of Liberalism in Britisli Columbia.
There are organs on the Coast calling
themselves liberal, which advise members nf the party to vote for conservatives iu  Vancouver in   preference to the
Martin nominees. (live them anything
in preference to anti-machine, atiti-C,
P. II. politicians.
The Toronto Telegram aptly says:
"About the vilest attack yet made on
Hon. Joseph Martin is the attempt of
the Winnipeg I'ree Press to blacken him
with the slimeof its own peculiar views,"
The C. P. R. organ, in season and mil
of season has endeavored to misrepresent
Mr. Martin. He has his faults, everyone has ; hut he deserves fair play. The
railway organ has not yet had the decency to apologize io Mr. Puttee, M. P..
for misrepresenting him in regard to
Mr. .Martin.��� Winnipeg Tribune.
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The End of the War.
London Telegraph :���Believers in the
occult will be   interested to learn   that a
"White  Mtihutmu"   has   foretold   that
j Pretoria will be taken bv the British  on
'the lith day  of .Inly,  aiid thai   the  war
I will be over in September,
McElmon
The straight conservatives may possibly elect Price Ellison in Kast Yale and
Tom Taylor in Revelstoke riding. What
a meagre showing for a party that has
had organizers and spellbinders in the
Held for months.���Tribune.
Fairview  Pick-Ups
F. T. Abbott has returned from a trip
to Fairview and vicinity and  says  business is  looking  up in  that section of
country.    The   Stemwinder mine has
[Started tip  again,  and   ns  considerable
I money is at band it will be steadily de-
' veloped.
Tlie o. K. mini' near Penticton is
working, and some very rich ore is being taken out.
W. .1. Snodgrass is  moving  his sawmill   from   Okanagan   Kails  to  Ollalla.
After finishing there  he  will   move  to
, Penticton.
Times are looking bright in Ihe Simil-
kanieeti district, aud  many   prospectors
| are going in to make investigations.
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or liabilities of thu abovo named firm.
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MAiL   SERVICE.
Office Hours:   8a, m, to0:15p. in.
Mails close for Qrand Forks, Rossland ami
Kootenay, Eastern, American uml Coast points
��t l :!"> a .'in. dally, except Sunday,
For Midway. Rock Creek, Caipp McKinney,
l'enticton nnd Voroon, at 7 a. m., Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday,
Mulls duo from Grand Forks, Rossland, and
all eastern, American and Coast points at :t:t)."i
p. m. dally.
Malls due from Ponticton, Camp McKinney,
J dock Creek, and Midway at r��.00 p. in., Sunday,
j Wednesday, und Kriilay.
Mails duo from Phoenix at 9 a, tn,; close for
Phoenix at 7 a. m. Friday, May 25 l��00
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
b1
PICKED   SPECIMENS.
Husbands ami wives sometimes say
very sharp things to eaeli oilier. One
day Mr. nnd Mrs. (I. Innl 11 very lint argument. Mrs. <;. fndiglulntly asked
lier husband "if he dared to say his
judgment was better than hers " It
was only an Irishman who could have
Imide the ready retort with eilttlinr sarcasm���"Certainly not, iny love; our
choice of each other .showed lunv very
iiDieh inferior my judgment wns to
yours." That was certainly one for you,
Mr-. G.
Mrs. , an Knglishwoinan, knocked
at n door, which was opeiied  bv  an   old
���
Irish   buller  in a very dinu.V oltlCK, and I
signs of tears  In   his eyes     "Does   Mr. j
'��������; Regan live   here'.'''  she  asked,    "lie
does,  ma'am,  but lie's dead."   "Dear!
me,"   she   replied,    "I'm   truly  sorry. I
How long baa be been  dead'.'"    "faith,
nia'lim, if me poor muster had lived   till
Wednesday next he'd just been   dead   a
fortnight."   This  was too much for the
Englishwoman,
A men came up to in i one   day  after
serviie   iu   a   frontier   town   and   was
pleased lo addresH me in   Ibis   milliner:
"Say,  parson,  that  there   service and
sermon   hum grand.     I   wouldn't have
missed 'em for if.")."    When I  suggested
that he hand me the difference between
the amount he had put in the t'Ollection
basket and the figure be mentioned  for!
my missionary  work,  ho stopped  suddenly, looked   at  me   with   his  mouth j
wide open, and then slowly  pulled from j
his pocket $4.'JO,  which  he handed  to |
me without a word.��� Rev. Cyrus Towns-
end Brady, i
A Salt Lake City paper reports that a ;
tall, gaunt woman, with ginger hair and
a somewhat fierce expression of umin-
tenance, lately came to the county clerk
of Bo-elder county in that state.
"You're the man that keeps tbe marriage, books, ain't you?" she asked.
"Yes ma'am"  he answered.    "What i
book do you wish In see?"
"Kin you find out if .lack  l'eters was!
married."
Search developed the name of John
l'eters, for whose marriage a license had
been issued two years before.
"I thought so," said the woman.
'���Married 'Line Waters, didn't he?"
"The license is issued for n marriage
with Miss Klizii'Waters."
"Yep.    Well,  I'm  l.i/.e.    I  thought1
I'd ought to come iu and  tell yuu  that
Jack Peters, has escaped I"
The. editor is found of a joke and has
the good sense to appreciate one at his
own expense. A few weeks ago he was
walking with a friend, and at the corner
of a busy thoroughfare he saw a dilapidated looking Hibernian standing at the
opposite corner gazing listlessly into vacancy.
"Watch me surprise this old fellow,"
said he to bis friend. "Look right into
bis face and see if lie won't be a study."
A second later tbey were abreast of
the son of Erin, and the editor pulled
ont a silver coin, and said as be thrust,
!r it into I lie man's hand: "Here's that
hall'crown I owe you. .Now, ilon'l go
round any more telling people that I
don't pay my debts,"
For a second the man's face was a
study. He was amazed at the niilooked
for kindness, and then, as its purport
dawned on him, he raised his In ad and
said: "Heaven bless your 'onnert.
I'll never say another word agin ye.
But,"  and   his  eye's  Iwinkicl   merrily,
"are ye sure it wasn't a crown ye owed i
me?"'
The friend roared.    "Oh, pay the man
in full!    Don't try to beat him out of a I
paltry half crown."    The  Irishman   got
bis crown, but the editor no longer pays
his debts at sight now.
LABOR NOTES,
World's labor congress, will occur in
I'aris, September 28 to 28. Delegates
will be present from every country.
The Order of Railway Telegraphers
and the Order of Railway Trackmen
have a combined total membership of
about 112,000.
Attacked and   ilenounct'd as  scarcely
any oilier institution ever has been,  Ihe
unions have thriven  and grown   in   the:
face of opposition.   Tbis healthy vitality has been due to the fact  thai   they j
were the genuine product of social needs :
���indispensable as a protest.and a struggle against the abuses of industrial  government,  and  inevitable   as   a  conse-1
ipience of that consciousness of strength
inspired by tbe concentration  of  numbers under the new conditions of Indus- i
try.    They have been, as is now  admit-j
led   by  almost   all  candid   minds,   instruments of progress.    Not to speak of'
tbe    material    advantages    they  have I
gained for  workingmen, they  have  developed   powerful    sympathies    among j
them,  and  taught them  the  lesson  of |
self-sacrifice in the new interest of their j
brethren, and, still more,  a   new   spirit
of independence and self-respect.    They
have brought some of the  best  men  to
the front, and given them the ascendency due to ibeir personal qualites and desirable in  the  interests  of society."���
Joint K. Ingram. L. L. D.
Gladstone.* Monument.
F. W. I'oineroy's statute nf Gladstone,
in tin' central lobby of the house of par-
linmont, was unveiled May 10th with
appropriate ceremonies, which weie
witnessed by a throng of prominent pei-
S'uis. Lord Twcednioiith presided over
the ceremonies, and the oration was delivered by Sir Henry Onmpbcll-Itanner-
iiian. The statute is considered by those
who knew Mr, Gladstone intimately as
a splendid work of art. It represents
the great statesman with lifelike fidelity in one of Ids characteristic attitudes
as an orator. The statue is of Carrara
marble and, including the plinth on!
which it rests, is eight feet in height. '
Tbe statute is a memorial by liberals of
their great leader, and the cost was defrayed from liberal memorial fund.
Thestaiuti eupies a commanding position in the central ball of St. Sleph !
en's, near the replicas in marble of
bird (iranville, Karl Hussell and Lord
Iddesleigh.
Miller's!
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pharmacy.
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Opposite the Alhntnbr:
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Friuay  Kay 25, Uiiu
C.  It.  MACKINTOSH1
Continued from first page.
You Never Saw
beyond calculation. Mackintosh and
Turner speak enthusiastically of the
country but will not consent to borrow
money on the strength of its resources.
1 will prove that the railway will be a
success from the start.
The dominion government disallowed
the acts framed br the Manitoba government, but Martin continued to reonnct
them. There was not a dollar put
against that road outside of actual cost,
and the same will hold true in building
a railroad in this province. No time
checks will be discounted, and no contractors will be allowed to ileeee the laborers by forcing them to body at their j
stores.
"I believe the Semlin government
gave a pledge to complete the road to
White's camp. Whatever pledge was
given by the Semlin government with
regard to that will be carried out by the
present, gavcrunient.   When returned.
After denying Mr. Goodeve's oft repeated  statements  with   regard  to  the .
bridge    connecting   Vancouver    Island j
with tin!   mainland,   Mr.   Curtis sat
down amid treinenilitoils cheering. Mr. |
Mackintosh rose, made a short, disjointed, unsatisfactory reply after which
Mayor (loodeve in an oratorical address
fortified with iiuineroiir misstatements
tried  to bolster  up a weak  cause, but
An Ugly Pair of
"The Slater Comfort Shape."
Slater Shoes*,..
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The "Slater Shoe" ia designed in the twelve foot-fitting
shapes of which the "Comfort" is one of the leader.
Has a wide sweeping curve on the outside, full round toe,
roomy at the great toe, high instep aud handsome curves.
Comfortable as its name denotes, a combination
of strength aud appearance.
Acataloguesliow-  /esgg,
J ing  all  the
styles and leathers
the "Slater Shoe" free to every enquirer.
Every pair Goodyear welted with makers'  ���
name and price stamped on the soles.
$3-So, $4-5�� and $5.50. i���
lesliow- /f^*j|^^^vg|y^5^^
shapes   fi..p~T- , |p��^|
fliers of     1 ^*mA
JIrer'       \W3fcMJ&0
Lname and price s
$3-50, }
II     I    Ill-Mil
t III V MAKERS
and yet many of them cover comfortably most unlovely feet.    Beauty and style without
comfort hi shoes is easily attainable.    Comfort without appearance is equally   simple.
It's the combination of-these which raises shoe making to an art.    The presence of
this art you realize when you don your first pair of Slater Shoes.
Re
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the Bth and Camp McKinney on the
evening of the Bth, Hock Creek (ith,
without any success. The Mackintosh \ Okanagan Palls 8H1, and he will he
meeting closed with cheers for the can-1 elected on June Bth. A Cotton support-
didates,  er will be nominated In  Vernon today,
Notes ol the Meetinir.
Mackintosh   partially   explained   the
facts of the Sunset deal, but would not,
tell   the   audience   why   be.    tried    t���; divide the vote in the   upper  portion of
"knock" the property afterward. | the district,  and  is  assured of 76  per
and   will  materially effect Price  Elli- '
sou's chances of success.
Mr. Snodgrass  believes that   he  will
...AH Kinds of...
WOOD AND IRON WORK
DONE AT
Whineit's Carriage and Wagon Shop.
Opposite the Alhambra.
success and  left poor old lady Mackiu-
The aged gentleman did not want to I oljnt'   of the v,lt" BOl'th uf  Penticton, | tosh with chilly pedal extremities. NEW   AND  POPULAR
"shut up " ' wlncl, will give him  a substantial   ma
Goodeve thought he could get along | fr^ty ln th.8 dititrirt.
with his misrepresentations better with
out Interruption.
Even their posters lied, as neither Mr.
Martin or Mr. Curtis ever received an
invitation lo speak at the meeting.
Men's and children's boots and
i at cost.    (i. I<\ Williams.
ihoos
EAST   YALE   FIGHT
Hector McRae of Kossland  has  been 1
in town for several days.
The Celebratioa.
The24lh of May  celebration  at   Midway was a success so far as crowd  went, '
there  being a large   number   present ,,A' K> Stujrihu arrived in Ottawa on
,    ; ', , i Ins wav to Paris.
Irom (ireeuwooil.   Phoenix,   Eholt audi
(irand Forks.   Owing to lack of space   , L"*ta"�� ���T i";f"d ����* " ��ouri Silil1"'  **
, , , '  ,    ! for 60c.    G, 1'. \\ 1II11111
we are unable to  give  liny
tails.
9 �� ��� ��� ���
Now in Stock
LOCALS AND PERSONALS
Being Prosecuted Energetically    <;. 1:. Naden ami D, C. McRae are on
By Candidate Snodgrass.     Iil "to thwogh the Blmilkumeen.
Di-
ili ill ami see our sloe
U. '���'. Williams.
further do-|
Smith Curtis  is  proving   himself  the
friend of the Boundary.
Go to Rendell's Arcade for  up-to-date
i gent's furnishings,
W, L. Ordoof Kossland was in town
I during thu week.
iiiuinerj     Robin', stable is  the   place  to  get   11
good saddle horse.
The Government Candidate is Address-
Don't forget the Curl is   meeting at
ing  Meetings    Nightly  and i!'oel3  Eholt on Monday night.
Confident of Success, 8mitll & Ml.|,,ll, |mve alw     ������ (mlu)
the latest and most popular novels
The Lunatic at Larpe,
.1. s. ron.si;iN.
The Scarlet Woman,
JOSEPH lH't KIM..
Via Crucis,
!���'. MAHION OR.VWFOIID,
Vivian of Virginia,
Itri.liKKT Fl'l.l.l.li
; Janice Meredith,
p. 1.. l'-iiiiD.
The labor!ngrann's   candidate'���Hon,
Smith Curtis.
Great Bargain, in men's straw- hats at
tl. I-'. U iiliams.
SMITH & McRAE,
W. ,1. Snodgrass, tho Government
candidate In Must Yale, opposing Price
IHllison, is working hard to achieve victory. He has already addressed meetings at Vernon, Enderby, Armstrong
and Lutnby, and tonight again holds al
meeting at Vernon. lie will speak at
Peaollland on the 80th, Kelowna 31st, I
Penticton June 1st, K
I'airview 4th, Sidley on th
Is  tin-  chairman of the celebration
The   meeting  was a decided  Curtis I committee ever going to call a meeting'.1
Phone:
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THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
6
A Correction.
Mr. D. G, Monro of Phoenix called at.
this office, Wednesday last, and asked
that the following item which appeared
in the Miner of the 8th inst. be corrected :
"D. G. Monro of Phoenix was in town
Monday and says that town will go solidly for Hon. Smith Curtis, in spite of
the threats of the mining companies."
It appears that Mr. Monro was an
employe of the Old Ironsides company
previous to the election. He also was a
strong supporter of Mr. Curtis. After
the election be was discharged. Why
the officials of the Old Ironsides should
take the item as referring to that company we do not know. It may be that
"The wicked flee when no man pur-
Slietll," ill this case. It is to be regretted that the officials of the Old Ironsides company have taken such harsh
r measures after a denial by Mr. Monro,
as all fair-minded persons will look upon their action as a punishment of Mr.
Monro for his support, of Smith Curtis.
The discharge of Mr. Monro will undoubtedly convince unprejudiced persons that the action of tbe company was
intended as a warning to employes to
vote   "right"  at  future  election-.
Suit For Half a Mi Hi oil.
The suit of I.. P. Williams vs. the
Hritish American Corporation will come
up for trial before a jury in the Supreme
court on Tuesday next at Victoria. This
suit involves about $230,000. The suit
grew out of the purchase of the l.e Roi
by the British American Corporation. It
Is alleged that during the negotiations
for tbe purchase of the mine by lion. I'.
II. Mackintosh the latter carried ou the
deal principally with Col. I. N. Peyton,
who represented 260.000 out of ihe B00,-
000 shares of the capital stock of tlie old
L '. Roi company. The other parties at
interest with Col, Peyton were Valentine
Peyton, .1. M. Armstrong, W. D Henley,
and I.. P. Williams, of Spokane: ('. I,.
English, J. T. English and otli-rr- of Danville, III. The sale of ihe majmily interest was cleverly prevented by the
minority steokbolders, consisting of Senator (ieorge Turner, Win. .1. Harris and
others, who appealed to the courts and
successfully prevented the majority for a
tfme from consummating Ihe deal. The
majority Anally secured ihe price it
wanted. The result of tliimllsagreeineiit
was that the majority stockholders goi
$0 per share for their holding* an I the
minority JN. It is claimed by William-,
who is Ihe trustee for Ihe plailltilf", thai
during the progress of I ho negotiation
il was agreed that $ii per share   hi-   pal I
(or the majority holding, ami tint  this
was done, ll is further alleged thill Col.
Peyton pointed out thill US he and bis
associates had control they would not
part with their shares unless a further
consideration wasagreedto. He further
states that Mr. Mackintosh agreed to
pay the majority stockholders the same
price per share as was given for the
shares of the minority. This amounts
to %2 per share or a total of $520,000.
The defendant corporation makes a general denial of the allegations of the
plaintiffs.
If you   want to   take   vour girl  for a
drive, get a rig from Robbins & Harvey.
The Political Stopc.
In the political mine of British Columbia last Saturday about 00 blasts
were touched off and when the smoke
cleared out of the stope about88 of them
were found to be effective. The ore
knocked down is principally Conservative, some chunks of Martin and traces
of Labor, Liberal and Provincial party.
It is questionable whether it can be
amalgamated sufficiently at the legislative smelter in Victoria to pay
shipping expenses. Much of it is refractory and another shipment may
have to be made before the mine will
| pay dividends. The I wo grades of Con-
j servatives seem to predominate and will
probably be run together to save the
country from going over the dump.
In Kootenay and Boundary the miners
stood almost solid and elected their favorites. The men were evidently guided by their leaders w ho were probably
influenced by some sort of gain. If all
the lenders worked for pure glory and
the love of their fellow man they de-
| serve great credit for their success even
if it is misplaced. ��� New Denver I .edge.
J.   RUSSELL.
T. HARDY
Russell Hardware Co.,
DEALERS IN
Almost nil kinds of Hardware, Glassware, Crockery-ware, Wooden ware, Tinware, Graniteware,
Silver and plated wares, Lamp goods, Stoves of
all kinds; all stock sizes of glass windows and
doors; Belting and Packing of all kinds.
BRASS GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Lubricating and Illuminating nils, guns, rifles
and Ammunition; Iron all sizes and shapes; all
kinds of drill and tool steel; black and gal. pipe
up to 3 in.    All kinds pipe fittings up to 6 in.
Agts. for CA1NTOIN STEEL.
Sherwin & Williams' ESSSff1 L^'h'>-
Pedlar, Steel and Metal Roofing; and Shingles.
BEST TINNING AND PLUMBING SHOP IN THE INTERIOR.
big  bargains  iu  (lent,s Clothing and
1 Furnishings,   (i. F. Williams.
The Dunsitmir Ministry.
James Dunsimiir and two of bis cabinet were sworn in on Friday afternoon.
It Is unlikely that the remaining members of the ministry will be selected
for    some     time. As    the     cabinet
now stands it is James Diiiismuir, premier and president of the council; D. M. I
Kherts, attorney-general: J. II. Turner, ,
' minister nf finance.     The general  con-'
I sensus of opinion iu Victoria   is that Ihe
I
; premier will have a strong working majority In the new  House.     Politicians,
j t 'O, concede that Martin has, in resigning when be did, with the recommendation that Dtinsmiiir be called,  made a J
j good move, at least in as far as the pri -
lection of the position of the Lieutenant-
: i inventor is concerned, for it is now unlikely that any step will be taken towards securing the dismissal nf Mr, Mclnnes.��� Uossland Miner,
For ii gnoil saddle horse, call at the
Palace Livery Stables, The) have the
best in the country.
The Minkii��� the best advertising
medium in the Bonndary,
People who nre accustomed to smoking
Ihe high grade, time honored brands of -_-_oc_
.^Jjavana Cigars
Find il a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
ill flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is lull of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
oniiKJis UV MAIL.
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended lo.
THVi  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
<)F TIIK BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
'lioi'ii'liiii Hotel Hloek,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,' 1'',n'greenwood,b.c
McElmon
The gem restaurant
*p'LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., rcenwood.
�� Open Day and Night.
* Lunches Put Up. _*
2 Meals at All Hours.
_w	
0<>0<HH>��C><>-CK>0��0<K><><K>CH>0-0-0-0<><^
("western PRODUCE CO.,      "ill
Si. - - - GREENWOOD, B. C. - - - I �� :
l! ^Commission   Merchants, j %\
Direct Importtrs of
Fresh Fruits. > -*
Dried | Canned Fruits,
Vegetables, Etc.
Dealers in
EGGS, BUTTER,
CHEESE, LARD, Etc.
������J* <,% >Jfr ��j�� t^C e.4* %% <.y.
Greenwood
Hardware Co.,
r. G. WATSON,
Manager,
���- Coppor Street,
Have just revolved
sunn' nl those wonderful
Blue Flame Oil Stoves.
They cost luss tint!) it i-iint nn
hour���does away with the discomfort ol mi overhoHled
kitchen.
. . .Only   $12,011. . .
Shell and Heavy
Hardware,-* ��j*_*.?&��*~*
Tinware, Graniteware,
Miners'   Supplier,
Jessep and Leonard's
Celebrated Steel.
There Is also in connection
h fully equipped, up-to-date
...Tin Shop...
<���� <����� feS* <j�� ��^�� tsS* vS* <M.
THE WATCHMAKER
Ih now local fl on Union-
muni wtirt t
OPPOSITE THE NEW
RENDELL BLOCK.
O-    VKAR8
'-�����'    EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material ami tools t-
do correct ��ork.
Central Hotel.
VILLANDKF. ii MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarten for Miner*.
ffgo^'in^maen. Oranges. Lemons, Bananas. J|ffi^^_Sd��SE
<50<><KKK>0-0<><><>00<><><><>OCK><KKK>��0^
B. C. Pottery Company, Ltd.,
Victoria.
MANUFACTURERS   OK
Sewer   Pipe,   Chimney   Pipe,  Fire
' Bricks, Pressed Bricks   Flower Pots,
and Fire Proofing Tile. .   (o1
THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
Friday, JUrnrr-a-t l.OO.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published Tuesday and Friday at (Ireenwood,
British Coliiu.biK.
THE GREENWOOD MINER  PRINTING  COMPANY.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   KATES.
Domestic, One  Year *2.00
Six Months S1/J5
Foreign, One Year ��i.00
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rules famished on oppliealiun.
No patent medicine uds taken except at full
rales.
Legal notices in and 5 cents per lino.
"Certificate of Improvement" notices, Jii-eO
tin! $10,110 for legal life of notice.
Four weekly insertions constitute one month's
advertising
T-hb Minkk Is on sale in tlio lollowing plsees:
CiUKKN-ll'OOll.
King.t Co., Smith it McRae, Monroe & Co., P.
u. News Kdodi.
.Cascade: I'lisriiilo City Nows Co. Rossuanm:
P.O. News Room, Anaconda. II. (': I'. O.
News Room.   Spokane:   The Shaw-Borden Co.
Entered ut the Uroentvood, b. c, post oiiice
us second class nniil mutter.
FRIDAY, JUNE 22. 1000.
To Our Readers.
Tlie GRRRMWOOD Miner comes out today under a new management. While
under my control I strove to have its
Col u tn ns filled with mining news from
tho surrounding milling camps. In polities I used its columns for whit I considered the liest interests of the province
in general, and Boundary Creek district
ill particular. Otlier political contests
will come in the future and I inn confident that the present management will,
though perhaps differing from me, work
for Ihe district's best interests; and the
milling news found ill its columns will
at all times he of a high standard without a tenth of wildcat booming. I thank
the public for their past patronage and
bespeak a like liberal amount for my
successors. With hest wishes for the
success of the Minku,
Faithfully yours,
W. S.  Kkitii.
In taking charge of the- Minkii the
management does not expect to furnish
a better or more readable paper than
bus been published heretofore, but will
give n paper in accordance with the patronage received. The principal object
in publishing is to make money. News
items that can be picked up nnd printed
without exertion on the part of the editor will be published. To business men
who look upon advertising as a business
proposition, we will be pleased to sell
space in the advertising or local columns
of the Minku. To those who look upon
the apace occupied by their names and
business as a sort of charity, we would
say, take the advertisement out. The
manager of the paper is not in need of
charity. There will be wages to pay,
rent to pay, meal tickets to pay for, and
the first day of each month, Sundays
and holidays excepted, our customers
may expect our collector to call on them
and pay and be paid Our position is as
clear as we can make it. If you think
it pays to pay, pay ; if you don't think it
pays to pay, order your advertisement
out.
The Minkk will be independent politically, supporting that party which it
considers will enact laws for the many,
and not, in '.he interests of the few. It
is opposed to what is known as the
"wideopen town," especially is this the
case in reference to roulette. Tne game
is one in which it is impossible to win.
The percentage is far too large against
the player. It robs the workingmen,
and thereby diverts their wages from
circulation among business houses to
the pockets of non-producers. It attracts an undesireable class oi people to
the town, who are only beneficial to the
lowest class of the population. The
matter will be taken up more fully in a
future issue.
A Lettkk front Mr. W. S Keith appears in another column, in reply to an
editorial in the Midway Advance of last
week. During mi election campaign,
little exaggerations are considered legitimate if they serve the purpose of
gaining votes. After the campaign, pen
pie should shake bands and laugh over
their pre-election difficulties. In Midway, the campaign was, perhaps, more
bitter than in any other part of the riding, and I be editor of the Advance, being an earnest supporter of Mr. Mackintosh, used strong language to gain bis
ends. Mr. Keith was also very much
in earnest in his support of Mr. Curtis,
and used equally strong language. Doth
should cry quits now that, the election
is over, as there are more able liars than
cither of them in the distiicl. who are
not saying a word.
In scanning the election returns from
the six Koctenay ridings, the coast politicians will do well to note that in each
of them the electors returned as their
representative the man who was the
most uncompromising champion of the
eight-hour law. Kootenay is more interested in the eight-hour law than is
any other section of the province, and
the pronouncement, of the people of
Kootenay upon it should b^i given due
consideration���Nelson Tribune.
West Kootenay is by far the most important district in the province, so far
as mining is concerned. For the year
ending December 81st, L8VI9, there were
1155 crown grants issued for mineral
claims situate in the district, as against
a total of ill in the remainder of the
province. In East Kootenay crown
grants were issued for 21 claims, H in
Lillooet, 111 in Yale, 15 in Alberui, 88
in Nanaimo, ii in New Westminster and
0 in Victoria.���Nelson Tribune.
We   have the best  horses  and rigs  in,
the   Boundary district,  ami our  prices
are right.    Call in and find out for yourself.    Palace Livery Stables.
Ladies, come in  and See our   range of
pretty belts.   G, F. Williams
Miners' Hotel,
COPPER STREET.
0%
WALTER WATERLAND, Prop.
A Finely Equipped  Bar,
Board by Day or  Week.
TELEPHONE CONNECTION.
Best of Cusine Service.   Rooms
neat    and    Well   Furnished.
The Waterous Engine Works Co., Limited.
OF   BRANTFORD,  OINT.,
Manufacturers of Engines, Boilers, Saw Mill and Planing
Mill Machinery, Brick Machinery, Link Belt Conveyors, Rock
Crushers, and Hoists, Water Wheels, Etc., Kte.
Second-Hand Machinery, Thoroughly Refitted, Always on Hand.
W. L.  UEOINARD, Agent,
George Block, Copper Street.
ALSO REPRESENTING: -
AMERICAN HOIST it DERRICK CO.
T. McAVITY Ai SONS, Brass Goods and Plumbers'Supplies.
TROY LAUNDRY MACHINERY CO.
W. A. FLEMING ,t CO., Belting and Mill Supplies.
BRI'NSWIOK-BALKE-OOLLENDER CO., Billiard Tables.
Estimates Furnished for Plants of All Descriptions.
^SLSLSLSLSLSLSLSUUUULSLJLSLSLSLSLSLSLS^
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
"O.I.C."
A. L,. White & Co.       second hand store.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
Cunliffe & Ablett,
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
Our machine shops are now complete and we are prepared to do tiio heaviest Hass of work.
Ore cars, Ore buckets, shafting, hangers uml pulleys. Pipe work a specialty. Kstimales given
on all classes ol' work.   Pumps always fu stock,
FOR BALE!    One
\)xv>.   OneW 11. I'.
!"> II.  P.  horizontal engine,
return tubular boiler.   One
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:
la II. I', portable onglno mnl boiler, mi skills, tooo, tyjie.   One Moot Pelion wheal Willi nimiVi'i
8 to id spiral riveted pipe.
Rossland, J����i*2Sv.-?���?���??���^w
I. 11. HALLETT. 11. e. S1IAW.
HALLETT & SHAW
GREENWOOD, B. C
Barristers, Solicitors,    cabio Address
& Notaries Public. "hallbtt."
Cooks:   Bedford  McNeill's,  Moreing
& Nenl's, Leiber's.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. C.
R. H. PARKINSON,
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR,
CIVIL ENGINEER, DRAUGHTSMAN,  and  NOTARY  PUBLIC	
 FAUtVIIW. B.  C.	
Eholt Meat Market
A  l'l'I.I. Sl'l'I'I.V ()!���'
tFRESH MEATS,SAUSAGE,Etc
I'. lllll.NS it CO,       KiiOLT, II. 0.
(i. A. Cll'ESS, M. A. 11. A. GVKSB, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MINING ENGINEERS.
Assay, Axai.vsks, Rki'ohts.
Cyanide Working Tests.    Amalgamation and Concentration,
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
O. K. Mickle. K. Archer.
PALACE SALOON,
Mickle 4 Archer.
BOLSTER, WASHINGTON.
ROPE
J8-IM'H DIAJIBTEB,
FOK MALE AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13 00
I'er lot) feet. Just received from England.
Apply tn
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box (1711 P. O. Nelson, B. C.
A. R. HEYLAND,
Mines  and   Mineral   Claims Surveyed.
George Blk., Greenwood, B, C.
For BAR MIRRORS, PLATE,
SHEET or C0UL0RED
GLASS, PAINTS,
WALL PAPERS, OILS, VARNISHES, ROOM and
PICTURE MOULDINGS, ETC.
WRITE
A. F. ASKEW,
GRAND, FORKS, BC.
Boundary Creek representatives of J. W. Melier
of Victoria,, who carries the largest stock In
above lines iu B 0 As neiirlv all of these
goods are imported via Cape llorn the cheap
freight excludes eastern dealers THE   GREENWOOD   MINER.
Friday, Jpllt n, WW
l/i
& d> S S
CANYON CET
MifflMiWmt.Wih'.Wiiiui��mV,'1yrV,��VV��i��<V��Vi> Wv
The Center of the
���~TT
Great Gold
and*
Copper
Mining
Camp
Of....
. Canyon
1 Creek.
High assays, large
! showings. &j*j*j*j*
I Strong con.pany op-
I erating there.-**?*.**.**
j Sawmill being erect-
Co.*.** 4?* J* i3* ���?* ������� *��*
i Roads being built by
the company to the
city..** j* .** .** o* u*
Business
Lots- - ���
$100i
��-ana $200 I ���
Residence   (T    HE
1 Lots !- -- M>    /3
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1 ...������- FOR    PARTICULARS   APPLY   TO ������... :
:} \W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon City.    ��     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. OH
5 i 5
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Campaign Amenities.
To tin; editor of The Miner���Iri the
Midway Advance of June Iltb appeared
an editorial concerning- tlie Greenwood |
Miner ami its editor.   As I  was acting I
in Unit  capacity when  the article was i
written, I beg leave to answer tlie in-i
ainuations contained therein.
When I returned from the east about j
the Inst of  February my predecessor, 1
f Mr. Gosnell, informed me that he had a
deal on with C. H. Mackintosh for the |
Miner and I (tcquiesed in the deal, but
from    business    reasons    Mr.   Gosnell
eeased to be connected editorially with
the paper, nnd I took charge, niv lirst
issue coming out March 18th.   A couple
of weeks after I  wrote Mr. Mackintosh
offering the paper for sale, for ns a mining engineer I never considered journal
ism my forte. Still, I bave striven to
keep to facts throughout my management of the Miner, which is more than
can be said of the Advance.
Mr. Mackintosh nor any agent of bis
never approached me for the purchase
or support politically of the Miner,
neither did Mr. Curtis or any agent of
bis. 1 took the pait I did in the election because I believed the return of
Hon. Smith Curtis aud the Martin
government was the best thing for the
province in general and for the Boundary district, in particular. Tbe Advance
lies and lies maliciously when it says
''Prior to Mr. Gosnell's connection with
the (ireenwood Miner that paper was
notorious in the Bonndary Creek district for its readiness to indiscriminately
publish favorable write-ups of mineral
stock
claims and  mines  in  return  for
or other considerations."
As to the change of the Miner from n j
weekly to ii semi-weekly 1 alone am responsible for that, never receiving one
cent from  Smith Curtis or any agent of |
his for  making the change.    Tlie Midway Advance with its little circulation !
I could  injure  HO   one, especially   where
I people are acquainted with its manager
land editorial writer, and its whipper-
snapper of a canned-goods fed country j
bumpkin or its sballow-pated  cnntnnk- !
erons editorial ink-slinger would be just j
as much  thought  of if they would  be
sparing of their nonsensical shallow articles and  write   some   news   of   their
town which someday will be one of  the
centres of trade in the Boundary district I
and which should haven live, independ
ent paper to make known its worth.
Tbanking you In anticipation (or spnco
for this letter, I am
Yours Inily,
W. S. Keith.
"It must lien source of grenl satisfaction to yntl'' remarked the millionaire's
friend,''to be able to give these large"
sums to struggling i nt tit til ions of learning."
"You notice," said the millionaire,
,,my gifts are generally made on condition that the beneficiaries raise an etpiil I
sum within n Certain time."
"Yes."
"Well, I think I get more satisfaction
from seeing tbe managers skin nrolliiil
after that money than I do from any-
tbing else." THE   GREENWOOD   MINER
///
Friday ,45lS-2_��j-tOO.
POLITICAL NOTES.
The Cottonites, the Wilsonites and
the Mackintoshes may now safely be
labeled "bust."
Ralph Smith should be proud of his
part in the preliminaries to the coronation of King Dunsniuir.
Dunsmuik, Turner, Eberts I Mackintosh and a Chinaman would have made
the aggregation complete.
The gravel train arrived iu Phcenix on
election day. Tbis accounts for the
large vote polled there by  Mackintosh,
Now that Duiisuiuir has again taken
over the management of the province,
the people need not fear the encroach
uieiits of the New Vancouver Coal company.
The difficulties of Joe Martin in capturing the votes of the people are nothing
when coin pared to the difficulties of Jas.
Dunsniuir in capturing honest men lor
his cabinet.
A Dispatch from Victoria states that
the Trout Creek Constable range will be
stocked immediately. Tbis will prove
beneficial to many of the non-producers
Ol the province,
There is a scheme on foot to "re-incarnate" the three bolters from the Liberal association in (ireenwood. Or perhaps the scheme is for tbe three bolters
to "re-incarnate" the Liberal association. 	
Mayor Garden of Vancouver and Mayor Houston of Nelson have each declined
a cabinet position in Dunsmuir's ministry, for the very good reason that neither
of I liein could be re-elected as members
of the present government.
When the "reincarnation" of ihe
Liberal party lias taken place, and the
moss has been scraped off the backs of
the Conservatives, there will be other
issues than which of the coal companies
shall manage the affairs of the province.
The new premier has sufficient wealth
to preclude the likelihood of bis taking
part in petty peculations, In intellect
he is equal to the average British Columbian, which, judging from tbe legislators sent lo enact laws for the province iu the past twenty years, should be
used sparingly by tbe owner, and voted
for Seldom by the elector. The motto of
the Dunsuiutrs has been, "What we
bave, we, hold ; what you have, we want
to bold." The Hon. James Dunsniuir
may make a good premier, and the
province may prosper under his guidance, but if so he will prove traitor to
the traditions of his family and the Victoria compact of which he is one of the
leaders.
Among; the Missing.
The following gentlemen, who had
seats in the last house, are missing from
the present one: Messrs. Bryden, Higgins, Robertson, McKeehnie, Macpher-
son, Cotton, Tisdale, Forrester, Semlin,
Deane, Kinchant, Helgesen. Kellie, J.
Martin, Hume, Baker and Henderson
(17). Of these, one-half did not offer
for re-election. Of the members who
voted for the defeat of the Semlin government, two have been defeated and
one did not offer again ; the others bave
been elected. Of the Semlin government only one offered for re-election and
he was defeated. Of the members of
of the late house who voted
with the Semlin government on
the final want of confidence question
only six are in the new house. The
overturn is complete.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
Thu only nil thiI route between nil
points Kast, West antl South to ... .
Rossland,
. . . INelson ��� ��� ���
���AND -
Intermediate Points.
(.'minei'tinu
AT SPOKANE wllh Mm
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
ASbriL & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "!,'.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Ami Connects Dally ut BosBburg
Stage Daily tor
GRAHD  FORKS and GREENWOOD.
LEAVE, AF.BIVK.
iOlSfi a. m Spokane 7:10 u. m.
12:U5 p.'in      .llowsliuiii 5:80 p.m.
t):;)U ii. m Nelson  S:0Op, in.
Night Trsin.
|):i"! p. ni Spokane ":0o a. m.
11 :ihi p. in Kossltirjd ii::iii h, in.
H. A. JACKS0H,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
mmmwwmwwm
ommrn
i
Limited."
Service for the year 1900 will
be commenced JUNE 10.
The "Imperial Limited"
takes you across the Continent in four days without
change. It is a solid vesti-
buled train, luxuriously
equipped with every possible essential for the comfort and convenience of
Passengers, Ask your
friends who have traveled
on it, or address
liWsiiVsaWisVWsVi^
Call and Get....
SUITED.
We  bave an excellent stock
of MEN'S .SUITS made for
SPRING and SUMMER TRADE
of 1900.
NOTHING OLD-FASHIONED ABOUT THEM.
Goods are Right; Prices are Right.
. F. Rodgers.
SMrWMfWWrWMWWfWWWWSWrWWr^^
Live Chickens
For Sale
At the Market of
P. BUNRS & CO.
BOUNDARY  CREEK  LOAN  AND MERCANTILE^
��#   <*   AGENCY. TH0MALICILIiBEvMan!lser-
Real Estate, nines, Insurance.
OFFICE:     Corner   Copper   and  Deadwood   Streets
JUWULUJUUUL^
TIIK   BEST    HKKK    IN   TOWN    IH   MADE    IIY   TIIK
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,  Props
ASK    FOR
��lkhom
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
Tliu Klklinrii Lager Beey contains
only nun- Mult mnl
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or iu Bottles by all tlie Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
BELTING.
W. V. ANDERSON,
T. P. A. 'Nelson.
K. J. COYLE,
A.O. P. A., Vane.
Users of this article would do well to examine our Btock n this line. We
carry a larger assortment than any other dealer in the Province.. The Electric
Brand of Rubber Belting we stock is not excelled by any other make. It is used
by all the large mills in the Province. We carry it in stock up to 22 inches, and
Leather Belting up to 111 inches in width.
McLennan, iVlcFeeley & Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.   Wholesale Hardware.
Agents for the Giant Powder Co., San Francisco,  and  for  the   Majestic  Stael
Range, St. Louis, Mo.
Branch Stores at Dawson, Atlin, and Bennett Cities.

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