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The Greenwood Miner
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 6.
Greenwood, B. C, February 9, 1901.
Per Year, S2.00.
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wwwwwwv^ MORRIS   CAPTURED.!T^Zt-^t!:ZTJriLZ
I president of the townsite company there,
Seeing is Proof j
Vou can tell
SHORErS READY
Tailored Clothing
by a single glance. It is distinct from the ordinary Ready
Made.
We ask you to come into
our store this spring and pick
up any garment at random.
They are all right in every
particular. There are no shoddy marks about them ��� no
stinginess or skimpiness of
material.
The particular advantage of
our clothing is that it looks
well, wears well and lasts well.
Isn't that the kind of spring
clothing you want.
Money back if you warn it.
THE CITY FIRE CHIEF
He Is Again  Arrested  as a
Defaulter.
IS   ENTICED   TO   CONCONULLY
By Bert Miller and Handed Over to
a Detective���Will Be Taken
to New York.
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RENDELL & CO.
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Those Eggs
have arrived, and arc pronounced by all to be the best lot that
has ever come into the town.    Try a dozen and be convinced.
Butter and Cheese.
We receine weekly shipments���always have nice, fresh stock.
Coffees.
"Coffee  that   ia  Making Greenwood  Famoua."
We still have absolute control of Law's most wonderful coffee.
We have orders for this coffee from all the surrounding towns,
and sell more of it than all other brands combined. It is
simply perfect.  If you have not already done so, try a pound.
A
Teas.
Several   different   kinds   and   grades.���All
General Groceries.
very complete   and   fresh.     We
good.
Our stock is
grocery trade,
and in return  promise good
service and fair treatment.
want   your
values,  prompt
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��   The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd.
P. BURNS & Co. 1
Fresh and Cured
Meats.
Poultry, Fish and
Oysters.
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MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
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After seventeen years!
Charles A. Hinckley, alias Charles S.
M rris, hank embezzler, absconder,
to" nsite agent and mining promoter, is
jal at Conconully, Wash., awaiting
extradition proceedings. He is wanted
in New York city for robbing his late
employer, the West Side bank, of $97,000.
He was decoyed across the line from his
present home, Olalla, B. C, by "Bert"
Miller of Grand ForkB, who will now
receive a long standing $10,000 award.
Miller's partner in the clever piece of
strategy was Fred Whitaker, a resident
of Columbia, now visiting in New York.
The story of Hinckley's arrest near
Princeton, B. C , on a similar charge
seventeen months ago, the preliminary
hearing in Rossland before Judge Forin
and the prisoner's discharge on a technicality, the Extradition Act not being
retroactive to character, are still lresh in
the public mind.
Just how young Miller induced Hinckley to cross into American territory has
not yet transpired. At all events, the
opinion is held by knowing ones that
the scheme was planned by Whitaker,
and the task of carrying it into effect
was entrusted to the other individual.
They are intimate personal friends.
Early in December Whitaker left for
New York, his former hu.-ne, ostensibly
on mining business, but in all probability with the object of conferring with
the West side bank directors. Miller,
who possesses a superabundance of
nerve, disappeared from Grand Forks
two weeks ago, and no explanation respecting his whereabouts was offered.
From the sequel it would appear he had
not been idle. There is not a lottbt that
he must have had a reasonable pretext
for inducing Hinckley to leave British
territory. Miller is a smooth and plausible talker. He had the advantage of
being intimately acquainted with the
absconder, as well as with various details of townsite business. To disarm
suspicion was no easy task. The solvent
must have been some mammoth town:
site deal in which Hinckley was to obtain the lion's share. The region which
they visited is remote from transportation and the outside world ; and Hinckley's acquaintanceship with Miller
probably disarmed all suspicion. A New
York detective made the arrest. Hinckley is now iu custody at Conconully,
Wash., a point southwest of the Colville
reservation. The extradition proceedings required between states in criminal
matters, are expected to Ih purely formal, and Hinckley's removal to New York
for trial willspeedily follow.
" Bert" Miller reached l.oomis, Wash.,
last evening.
On Sept. 2H, 189!), Chas. A. Hinckley,
��'���'��� I'hs. S. Morris, was arrested in
th v'cinity of Princeton, B. C, on a
u arge o, grand larceny, Behind the arrest there was a story of considerable
interest. Hinckley, when the West
Side hank started in New York city, in
the year 181)8, was made the paying
teller, and be held that position till May
14, 1884. During this period Hinckley
was a model hank oliicer, and was held
in high esteem hy the president and the
directorate, for he was noted for the
strictness of his business methods. On
May 14, 1884, Hinckley transacted the
business of his office with his usual care
and promptness, hut the next morning
he was not at his desk. The cash of the
bank was counted, and it was found to
be just $(17,000 short. Then it was realized by the management that Hinckley
had betrayed the confidence reposed ill
him, and had stolen the funds of the
bank and decamped with them. The
bank marked the amount to profit and
loss, and has since prospered. This is
shown by the fact that two years ago it
had $4()0,IK)<) in its reserve fund. Every I
effort was made to locate the missing
teller. Detectives were employed, re-i
wards offend, but had the ground open- j
ed and swallowed him he could not have j
more completely disappeared. Tbe of-|
facials of the hank learned in  the sum-1
iind accordingly Messrs. Theodore M.
Bertine, cashier of the West Side hank ;
Frederick A. (.'amy, attorney for the
same bank, and Amazi I., ('amp, came
to Rossland from New York, for the purpose of causing the apprehension of
Hinckley. They worked very quietly,
knowing that their quarry was shy, and
might take the alarm and flee if he realized that he was about to lie apprehended.
A few days later Amazi 1.. Camp, who
knows Hinckley well, accompani -.1 the
arresting officer to the Boundary
country, and there it was learned that
the man sought for was in the vicinity
of Princeton. The twain hurried to the
point. There Hinckley was located, and
he was at once recognized by Mr. Camp
and placed under arrest.
The officers of the bank state I that
Hinckley was then about 57 years of age.
and that when he left New York so hurriedly 15 years before, he left his wife
behind him. Tbey knew nothing of his
whereabouts until then from the time
that he left New York.
Hfncklev went to Columbia in the fall
of 1898. He had been operating in mining in the Lake of the Woods countrv
and had been very successful, it wa-
claimed. At that time be was reputed
to be worth some $60,000. When he win-
operating in the Lake of the Wood
country he made frequent trips I
Toronto, and had considerable buBinesh
in mines with Messrs. Fox <�� Rosa, tin
mining brokers. Among other things
suggested by this firm to Hinckley, who
was then known as Chas. S. Morris,
was the purchasing of an interest in the
Columbia Townsite company. Hecanu
west with Mr. Ross, and soon after
acquired o fourth interest in the Columbia townsite, and was very active in its
management, and also speculated considerably in minus.
Beyond these facts but little is known
of Hinckley's career since be left New
York city. He was extremely reticent
as to his past bfe, ond the facts that are
now known concerning him show that
he had a good cause for his reticence.
Hinckley was brought to Rossland and
arraigned before Judge Forin, who refused to commit the prisoner for extradition, holding that the alleged offence
had been committed prior to the negotiation of the extradition treity, and
therefore, that its provisions were not-
retroactive. Hinckley accordingly got
his liberty and subsequently left for
Keremeos.
The story of how Hinckley's existence
became known to the bank has not
hitherto been published. A detective
was summone i from Denver to Columbia to work on an arson case nearly two
years ago. He happened to be exceptionally bright and speedily recalled
that Morris looked not unlike a police
picture of one Hinckley, wanted in New-
York for grand larceny. Investigations
pursued during his stay, coupled with
Morris' uneasiness when in the presence
of strangers, resulted in the exchange of
communications with the New York
authorities, When the plot had ripened,
��� lorris had already loft Columbia for
Olalla and the Keremeos valley.
That Hinckley, alias Morris, has redeeming traits, was evidenced by his
action in visiting New York, years after
his flight, in order to attend the funeral
of his devoled wife. He look great risks,
but escaped detection. He was wont to
speak of this exploit with considerable
pride, since his former career became
known in British Columbia, His interests at Olalla are extensive, lie is as
sooiated with two well-known citizens of
RosbIbiIu, in the ownership of a townsite
there, as well as in the ownership of
nearly a score of valuable mineral claims,
HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE.
" I was just about gone," writes Mr*.
Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Spring, N.
C, "I had Consumption so had that tin-
best doctors said I could not live more
than a month, but I began to take Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholl}
cured by seven bottles and am now
stout and well." It's an unrivaled life
saver in Consumption, Pneumonia, La
Grippe and Bronchitis; infallible for
Coughs. Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever.
Croup or Whooping Cough. Guaranteed
bottles 60c ivnd $1.00. Trial bottles free
at J. I.. White's and Miller Bros', drugstore.
Ebrlleli & Humphrey nave purchased
the milk business iii (Ireenwood of J.
R.Jackson. They will also carry on a
general jobbing und Commission business.
For a good meal go to the Gem  Rest-
Question   Discussed   at
Night's Meeting.
Last
THE  VOTE RESULTS IN  A TIE
People   Religiously   Inclined   Must
Waken in Time for Church
Without Aid of Bell.
Last night, at the special meeting of
the council to discuss fire department
matters, there were present the Mayor
and Aldermen Caulfield, Naden, Ross,
"ii'livan and Sutherland, The fire
hrig d. held a meetil ^ in their roomt
urevious to the meeting of the council,
and came to the meeting about twenty
stroii'", and all evidently prepared to
fight the city orators with even greater
oratory.
After the mayor had called the council to order, President Bannerman of
ilie (ire department slated Ihe wishes of
that organization, which.were briefly:
1. A paid fire chief and driver.
2. That the fire chief devote his
���vhole time to the duties of bis office.
3. That the driver should take orders
only from the chief.
4. That A. 1). Hallett be chief.
5. In the event of A. I). Hallett as
chief not receiving the support of the
council the department be allowed to
name another person for the pi sit Inn,
The mayor was in favor ��� f currying
out the recommendations "f the department, as also was Alderman Sutherland.
Alderman Naden favored procuring
an expert chief.
Alderman Caulfield wanted a Strictly
volunteer department.
Alderman Rosa was in favor of getting
the best man that could lie procured for
the money.
Alderman Sullivan favored Hallett as
chief, and was also In favor of making
him perform other duties besides those
of fire chief.
A number nf the firemen spoke, and
with the exception of Frank Miller, tbey
equalled the members of the conncil iu
their endeavors to make the fewest possible points in the longest possible time.
Mr. Miller, in a few words, pointed ont
the qualifications of A. D. Hallett.
The discussion lasted until 11 o'clock,
when a ballot was taken, which resulted
in three for the recommendations of the
tire department and three against.
The question of using the fire bell on
Sunday morning for the purpose of
waking people in the habit of attending
church services, was also discussed al
length. Alderman Canllield was strongly iu favor of being wakened. Aldermen Sullivan, Naden and Ross did not
favor needless interference with tbe
slumbers of the people The mayor said
he was always able to make church connections hy his watch. Alderman Ross
suggested Unit the mayor's watch hadn't
ueen running on standard time for the
past two years. The question was put
ton vote, which resulted in a tie.
Itis believed that the council adjourned shortly alter this vote was taken, as
the reporter left at 'his stage, and the
firemen had gone a couple of hours before, so it may safely be concluded thai
even the tuujibnrs ol thu Green woo I
city council would not talk tn empty
benches much after 12 o'clock,
CITY   DECORATIONS.
Visible -igns of mourning for the
Queen were in be noticed during tbe
past week and in no way more conspicuously than in the decorations of the
windows   ami   fronts   of   the   business
houses of 11 ity.    Patriotic merchants
vied with each other in thus giving expression to the public sense of loss.
While all this work was noteworthy, an
voicing the almost universal sense of
Borrow, some of it was also worthy of
note on account of Ihe artistic taste displayed. The inside decoration of one
building in particular culled forth much
favorable comment, i. e. the Auditorium,
This was dressed by Greenwood's well-
known decorative artist, C. .1. Wood.
Sombre black was the prevailing color.
gracefully looped and festooned from
j ceiling ami gallery, and at Intervals ill-
j lertwined with thu royal purple. A
picture of the dead Queen tilled the
centre of the stage.
aurant.   Werner rfc Pittock, proprietors.
(let next l'
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ourself ami call on  the THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE I
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
Capital, $8,000,000
Rest, $2,000,000
HOH. GEO. A. COX, President.   -   -   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
J. H. PLIWMER, Asa't Gen. Manager.
Scientific Examination
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I    J. W. H. SMYTHE. MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH    I
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J.  P.   McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
O. A. QVB88, M. A. ![. A. GUESS, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MINIHG EHGINEERS, GREENWOOD.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide  Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MINING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Thoroughly Oonvrrbant with the Boundary
.... District	
"Greenwood 11 Inor."'    Greenwood, B. C.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
K. OP P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 In the Masonic hull, Greenwood. Soirmrning brethren
cordially Invited.   D. A. MACKENZIE, c. c.
A.S. E.MHKKE, K. R. AS.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On aiid after Monday. October 15, msils will
arrive and be dispatched as follows:    Mails
closu for ull points east and west at 1:30 p. in.
arrive. close.
Phoenix 1:30 p. m 1:30 p. m.
Anaconda 1:30 p. m 1:30p. in.
Deadwood 8:30 a. m 8:30 a. m.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning at Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One Year 12.00
Six Months 91.00
foreign. One Year $2.60
Payable Invariably In Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ada taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 9 cents per line.
SATURDAY, KEHHIAK 9. 1901.
THE   FIRE   DEPARTMENT.
At tbe council meeting on Monday
evening tbe question of the appointment
of it lire chief wan discussed, Alderman
Caulfield strongly insisted that (ireenwood needed no paid officials in tbe department anil w i.-lied tbe ollice of puiil
chief abolinbed. Contentions of tbis
kind are not what might be expected
from one who pledged himself a few
weeks atio to look carefully after the
city's interests.
Alderman Naden informed the council that where thecity had a paid chief
and driver in tbe fire department, the
insurance rates in such place were less
than tbey otherwise Would be. Surclv
then it is in tbe Interests of '.lie city D
retain such paid men ill the department,
The insurance rates at tin' present tin e
are almost prohibitive ill Cireenwo, d,
and if the removal of a paid chief would
increase the rate, the business men of
the city should take a hand in the controversy and insist that a chief be appointed who will devote Ins whole time
to the department's interest, and take
every precaution to safeguard tlie city
against destruction by lire.
At a meeting of the department on
A. F. & A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M.,
G. It. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
0. SCOTT GALLOWAY, W. M.
M. E. MILLKR, Secretary.
of Your Eyes
W. F. OF M.
l-'riday evening, February 1st, A. I). Hallett was re-endorsed for the position of
chief. Mr. Hallett has had considerable
experience in the handling of fires in tlie
east and for nearly three years in Greenwood, and  hae   given   satisfaction   to
j property owners. His endorsement by
the department Bhould be seriously considered by the council, but whether he
is the choice or not, a paid fire chief is
an absolute necessity, and it is to be
hoped that tbe city fathers will  be suf-
' flciently interested in the welfare of the
town, to appoint some one of experience
j to the  position, and do everything in
: their power to assist the volunteer force
to attain the highest degree of efficiency.
Sir Alfred Miner, the British commissioner in South Africa, hasadministered
the following stinging rebuke to W. T.
Stead, tbe English journalist who has
been espousing tlie cause of the Boers.
He says: " I have received your broad
sheet, and ns you have asked my opinion, you shall have it, and I will also
forward it to the press. My opinion is
that you ought to be ashamed of your
self for circulating so vile a slander
against your fellow-countrymen. You
seem to have made it your mission in
life to vilify your country and to slander
the brave men who have suffered and
borne so much for their country. It
seems to me a pity that you don't remove yourself to France, and offer your
services to the gutter press, where they
would undoubtedly be appreciated. As
to a letter of A British Officer, I decline
to believe that any British officer could
so demean himself us to spread so gross
a calumny against his fellow soldiers
without having the courage to put his
name to it. If, indeed, any British
officer had stooped so low, I can only
say that he is a contemptible coward,
and I should like to have the opportun
of telling him so to his face; but in my
opinion the British officer does not live
far from the office o? W. T. Stead. Personally, I prefer to believe the testimony
of Lord Roberts, Sir Redvers Buller and
other brave generals as to the conduct
of our soldiers in South Africa. I don't
know if you have taken the trouble to
read Lord Roberts' touching farewell to
his troops when lie speaks of the gallantry, the patient endurance, the good
conduct and humanity of our brave
soldiers. If you have read it und it has
not made you ashamed of yourself, 1 am
afraid nothing will."
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, Liver and Bowel
troubles. Easy, pleasant, safe, sure.
Only 25c at Miller Bros', and J. L.
White's drug store.
How is Your Eyesight?
I    have    made   arrangements    witli
J. C. LANNERBERG.
the Eye Specialist of Rossland, li. C, to
remain witli me for some weeks. People with defective eyesight should not
miss this opportunity.
There are ninny ailments due to defective eyesight, and many people suffer
through life with headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly nil cases,
be received by wearing a properlv fitted
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearing of glasses, especially by children, and express their fear that " if
they once begin to wear them they are
���ifruiil thev can never leave them off
again." To fight against the assistance
which art may supply in this direction
is absurd. Why should not they be
worn through life, if by their aid discomfort is removed and sight preserved,
while through their lack, vision is indistinct, eye-pains or headache prevail, and
the tendency is toward tlie destruction
of the eye When the eyes feel tired
through overwork n pair of glasses prop-
rly fitted will give instant relief and
such glasses in many cases need to be
worn for only a few months, and the
benefit experienced will more than pay
for any imaginary discomfort from wearing glasses.
With twenty years' experience in correcting chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of satisfaction
in the work, and when no aid can be I
had in restoring lost vision he will j
truthfully say so. All work guaranteed.
Consultation free.
J. L.  White, Druggist,
Copper street.    '
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.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINER8-
The Greenwood Branch ot tbe Federation
meets hereafter In Union halL Stiver street,
at 7:30 p. m. every Saturday-tvening.
M. II. KANE, Secretary.
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THE   BEST   BEER    IN   TOWN    IS   MADE   BY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO..  Props.
ASK    FOR
��lkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
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Code   " Moreine It Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AGENCY...
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
...TO LET...
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BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices. lot on
Copper Street, business
Centre.
...FOR SALE..J
Well Furnished Five-
Soomed House.
ji GREENWOOD, B. C.
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EAST TERMS OF
PATMEHT.
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Cunningham & Andersen
ELECTRICAL
CONSTRUCTION
AND SUPPLIES
Mine Installation
a Specialty a
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo.,
Etc. Houae Wiring and Dyn.
.mo Repairing.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
VWfWWWfl
000D, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
AT MOST
REASONABLE^
RATES....
CALL AND IHQDIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
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The   Gent Restaurant
Copper Street. Greenwood.
Meals at
All Hours
DAY OR....
....NIGHT
Private Dining Room for Ladies.
BEST MEALS. BEST SERVICE
CajuuLBJUi.
Canadian
...Pacific
And Soo Line
First-class sleepers on hII trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<i__^_ Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmore Junction dally for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Monday*
and  Thursday, for Toronto.   Samncars
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TRAINS DEPART.
14186
Ex. Sun.
WERNER S.  PITTOCK, Proprietor..
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LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
M��nuhn nm>r�� A|| Kjnds 0f Carbonated Beverages,
Solu Agents loi TBE HON BREWING CO., Rossland B.C.
The Largest Mrowery in Hritish Columhtii.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
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HORSESHOE .
RESTAURANT
MEALS BY THE DAY, WEEK, MONTH OR YEAR
BUNGERT & CO., PROPS.
Everything You Want and Just How You Want It
Open Day and Might.
Short    Orders    a   Specialty.
Arlington Building. Copper Street.
For Rossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, etc, and all eastern points via
crown Nest route, connecting at
West Kobson for Nakusp, Kerel-
stoke, Main line and Pacific Coast.
15:45    )  For Midway, where stage connec-
Kx. Sun. i   tion Is made for Kock Creek, Camp
McKinney and Colville reservation
points.
For time tables, rates and full inlormation
call on or addrcs nearest local agent, or
E. It. KEDPATH.
Agent, (ireenwood
E. J. COYLE,
A.G.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
lo be known as the " The British Columbia
Mining Association," the said association
being founded for the following purposos,
namely: First, to promote the arts and sciences
connected with the economical production of
valuable minerals and metals by means of
meetings for the reading and discussion of
practical papers and 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. C, December 15, 1900.
DALY & 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���Iu Dead-
wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
claim.
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, as
agent for M. M. Welch, free miner's certificate
No. 1*8.189. John P. Anderson, free miner's certificate No. ��29.7fi7, and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certificate No. ba8,297, intend, sixty
avs from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for
I the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
1 above claim.
I    And further take notice that action under
section  37,   must be commenced  bofore   the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated at Greenwood, B. (.*., December20,1900
51-9 SYDNEY M, JOHNSON THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
CITY COUHCII.
At the regular meeting of the council on Monday evening, Mayor Jakes
was in the chair and Aid. Naden, Caulfield, Sullivan, Sutherland and Ross
present. The fire department, in a
letter to the council, recommended the
reappointment of A. D. Hallett as
chief, with the un derstanding that no
other duties would be assigned him.
M. Eilderman, the driver, wrote explaining to the council that owing to
the telephones being up stairs, it was
often impossible for him to hear alarms
coming in. The communication from
the fire department evoked considerable discussion. Aid. Naden believed
that an expeit chief should be procured���a man trained in the business
of fighting fires.
Aid. Sutherland was in favor of appointing any one the fire department
might recommend.
Aid. Ross believed with Aid. Naden
that if a salary was to be attached to
the position of fire chief and no other
duties were assigned him. the appointment should g�� to a trained fireman,
otherwise the department should be
made purely voluntarily.
Aid. Caulfield was in favor of a
volunteer department throughout, not
on the grounds of economy, but
efficiency. He believed in dealing
generously with the department, giving them funds to encourage the whole
brigade in the matter of hose contests,
firemen's races, etc. In this way a
more enthusiastic department could be
secured than by putting all the money
in one man's pocket.
Mavor Jakes stated that there were
three different courses before the council and it was difficult to decide the
best for the city. It was finally decided to defer consideration until a
special meeting ��� Friday evening���
when the firemen are asked to be present and discuss the matter with the
council.
A petition from the business men
asking that the fire bell be used for fire
alarms only was laid over until the
same meeting. A communication
from the Nelson Board of Health asking the council to join them in urging
the necessity of compulsory vacination
throughout the province, was referred
to the medical officer of health after
the mayor had pointed out the importance of such regulations.
The mayor also called the attention of council to the habit the government have of foisting their sick and
destitute upon the city and the council
asked ihe c;ty solicitor and board of
health to report on the matter.
The medical officer of health was-
asked to examine Twin Creek from
Phoenix down and report to the council its condition from a sanitary point
of view.
The council passed a vote of thanks
to the clergy, Midway band, Mr. Fur-
guson ~nd other marshals, Mr. Whiteside, Mr. Mr. F. H. McKenzie, the different frateinal organizations and
Trades and Labor Council for their
great assistance in connection with the
memorial services.
After authorizing the lire and light
committee to hire a horse for the department the council adjourned until
next Friday night.
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
" I stuck to my engine, although every
joint ached and every nerve was racked
witli pain," writes C.-VV. 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 [live up, I got. a buttle of Elec-
tric Bitti-rs and, after taking it, I felt as
well ns I ever did in my life." Weak
sickly, run down people always gain now
life, strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed b\
Miller Bros, and J. L. White. Price 50c.
THE   MINE   KNOCKERS.
With the dawn of civilization jealous'
was born, and the passimi grows stronger as the world advances. There always will be men who manage by lack
of either intelligence or energy, to miss
the train of prosperity and remain di-
gruntled and soured tlie rest of their
lives. This class is appropriately termed
"knockers."
In the niininf camps the knocker is
found in a great variety of form. There
is the knocker who has been told that
the title will not bear investigation ; that
the ore is too low grade to work ; that
the ore bodies are pinching; that Bill
Smith lias 11 better mine for less money ;
and that, generally, all mine owners are
suspicious characters���-unless the knock-
erB are personally identified with the
deal. In some of the western mining
sections the principal "knocker" is the
old timer who came here with the
soldiers. He has never left the country,
never seen the marvels that modern invention have developed in the great
mines of the w,.rld, or even been 600
underground. His knowledge is gained
from the little band of local knockers
who hang ar.mnd the hotel and store
nnd wonder by what right these new
coiners change the conditions of mining.
In the search for metals two men may
start equal. Both locate on the same
lode and work with the greatest harmony. At night as they sit by their
camp fire, their hopes, ambitions and
sorrows are shared. But let one of these
men interest capital in his individual
claim and coolness springs up at once
between them.
The old partner cannot understand
why it waB not his claim that was thus
developed. The friends drift wider and
wider apart. One grows rich, the other
becomes more bitter. The property may
be equally valuable, but the owners are
not equal in energy and push.
Perhaps the best definition of a knocker is one who has failed. Do yon recognize the character we have drawn?���
A merjean Mining News.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE
Has world-wide fame for marvellous
cures. It surpasses any other salve, lotion, ointment or balm for Cuts, Corns,
Burns, Boils, Sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet
ter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
Hands, Skin Eruptions: Infallible for
Piles. Cure gnnranteed. Only 25c at
.1  L. White's and .Miller Bros'.
An effort will be made to get the legislature to provide funds for the construction of a bridge across the Similkameen
river at Oroville. The proposition
should at once commend itself to people
living io northern Okanogan as a great
benefit. For years a dilapidated ferry
has done service, in a measure, in the
transporting of freight and people across
tho Similkameen. Nearly all winter the
ferry has been unable to cross the river.
The inconvenience of the present arrangement was no more apparent than,
when but a short time ago, nearly every
one in this part of the country was
threatened with a flour famine, on account of the fact, that freighters could
not get across the river at Oroville.
Speed the day when a bridge shall take
the place of the delapidated ferry at
Oroville.���Drill.
For rent one piano, second-hand. 0
I C store.
CASH QUOTATIONS.
The old time prices must be done
away with. We wast rour cash trade
and are willing to quote you prices lower
than you ever heard of before. Read
our prices:
Cranberries, per quart,      15c
Potatoes,  lOOlfes.,  $1.50
Raisins, seeded, lib. package,      15c
Raisins, cooking, per pound,     10c
Currants, cleaned, IB), package,...    20c
Currents, per pound,      15c
Codfish, per pound,      10c
Salmon, percan,     I5c
Herring, fresh, per can,     15c
Herring, tomatoe sauce, per can,..    20c
Haddies, percan,     20c
Bloaters, percan,      20c
Tomatoes, percan,      15c
Peas, percan,      15c
Corn, percan      15c
Beans, per can,      15c
Butter, creamery, per pound,     35c
Cream, per can,     15c
Cream. 7 cans,  $1.00
Sugar, 12 lbs. for  $1.00
Flour, per sack, Gold Drop  $1.40
Flour, per Back, Hungarian  $1.00
Salt, per sack,      10c
Coal oil, percan,  $2.00
Apples, first-class, per box,  $1 90
All other goods at a big reduction aL,
BANNERMAN BROS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
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Promptly Attended to.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
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I SIMILKAMEEN CITY
In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek camp, situated on the main Wftgon road
and location line of the C. & W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton.
Town Lots Now on the Market
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Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots $ioo.    Size of Lots on  business streets 25  x  100 feet aud 25  x  130 feet; on JJ^
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per mC
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Books exported, opened, balanced and
kept pouted. Best systems devised.
Accountant, I'. 0. Box (i(J, Miner office.
L. C. Crawford, for the past eighteen
months a resident of the district, and at
one time townsite agent for the Graves
syndicate in Phoenix, left last week for
the smith for the purpose of recuperet*
, illg his failing health His many friends
in the district regret his departure and
will he pleased to see him return after
his health has heen fully restored.
choirs  of   the   different city  churches.
Mayor. .lakes delivered a short address.
WEST   FORK  NOTES.
The B. C. dining room has been reopened and is now furnishing better
inenls than ever before.
BLANHOOKS
Ledgers, Journals,
Cash Books, Record
Boooks, Memorandum
- - BOOKS - -
in a great varii'tv nf s'zes and     ra h'S���
prices nee irdiiiijlv.
Whatever your requirements may lie in
blank books and office supplies
we have it.
Situation Wanted.���Mechanical engineer, college training and 12 year's
experience with all kinds machinery.
including nine years with Easton,
Anderson & Goodon, Kent, Englund,
and lately mechanical superintendent
to the Kay Copper Mine, Arizona. Kirst
clues testimonials. Capable of superintending erection and running of mining
plants, but is pre| ared to take whatever
offers to start with. Apply Dickinson,
Clarendon hotel, Greenwood ���7
DIARIES for  1901.
Save  money   by   buying   your   Books,
Stationery, Office Supplies and
Wall Paper from
..SMITH _ JlcRAE..
'Phone, V. & N. 34.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
F. J. Deane, secretary of the Chinese
commission, visited Greenwood this
week and while here stopped at the
only hotel in the city employing Chinese. Mr. Deane deserves the thanks
of the workingmen for the zealous iwiii-
| lier in which he is filling the position
of secretary of the commission. Mr.
Deane loft for Phoenix Thursday, but
as there are no Orientals in that city he
will be compelled to eat and sleep in
an hotel where only white help is employed.
Following registered at the Imperial
the p-ist week: J. M. Young, Toronto;
Geo. Bunsconibe, Vancouver; W. S.
Tomev, Geo. A. Rendell, Eholt; Gen.
E. Fish, Spokane; J. W. McBride,
Bolster; T. P. Devoy, Kossland: A.
Painter, G. W. Stephens, H. E. Mac-
donell, Nelson; Ed Davis, Joseph M.
Hill, Grand Forks; D. D. Stewart, Winnipeg; A. C. McLnchliin, Montreal;
Gen. Riter, Copper camp; C. Emmons,
St. John, X. B.; W. M Frith, Florida;
Geo. F. Dougherty and wife, Deadwood ;
J. C. Conlon, Victoria.
Mrs. M. J. Phelan came down from
Rendell, on the West Fork, this week,
and will remain some time visiting her
many friends in the city.
D. R McElmon, the watchmaker and
jeweller, has removed to Eholt, B. C,
and will in future carry on business in
that thriving little town.
On Tuesday last, the 4th inst, Vander
J. Rose and Isabella Hansen, of Camp
McKinney, were married in Greenwood
bv Rev. W. li. Anderson.
It is reported that I.. M. Rice has been
appointed engineer in charge of the
tramway construction work. Mr. Rice
is well known here, having been in
charge of construction work on '.he
Columbia it  Western.
That annual visitor known as la
grippe, has taken possession of the
Miner office, and if subscribers find the
paper more readable than usual, credit
should be given to the free use of the
office shears.
Tbe public reading room will be opened on Tuesday evening next, by speeches,
music, etc. Tbe room secured for a
reading room is iu the Rendell block,
on Greewood street. All are invited
to attend the opening.
S. and Mrs. Breslauer left for San
Francisco on Tuesday last, where thev
intend to make their home. Sam's
many acquaintances iu the city did not
know of his marriage, which took place
on the 17th of October last, to Miss Minnie McDonald, Rev. B. H. Balderston
officiating.
Lieut. Beers, of Nelson company R.
M. R., writ.s the Miner stating that
blank 'onus ,.f application for - rvlee
in South Africa enn be menr d .. application hy mail to him. ii'lo-lnii
stamp d envelope. II. ills .-lie s u,ut
pay of South Africa police will range
from $1 21 to $1.70 per day, after ariiv-
ing in South Africa.
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JOURNALS, I
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CASH BOOKS, |
MINUTE BOOKS, I
All sizes, styles and
rulings at
Rock Bottom Prices.
Rendell, B. C, Feb. 8.���A. Fisher
has a crew of seven men at work laying
the foundation for his new saw-mill here.
He expects to have the mill running in
about ten days, and will employ regularly a force of from ten to twelve men.
The mill is located on the Rendell
townsite, opposite the Bell cabin. The
intention is to saw about 400,000 feet of
lumber this winter.
W. Logan, the packer, bus taken  the j
I contract to rawhide two carloads of ore !
from   the  Sallie  mineral  claim  to  the
wagon road.    The lirst load of  ibis ore
h it Beaverton yesterday, for the Pyritic
smelter at Boundary Falls, and another
loud will leave here tomorrow. The
Sallie is owned by Robert Wood, of
Greenwood, and others, and carries very
high grade ore.
We had a fall , f snow yesterday, and
as a consequence the roads are in excellent condition for hauling ore. The
Bhlpmentsof Carmi ore are being hurrii d
during the continuance of the good rmuls.
The people of Rendell, Beaverton and
Carmi have a social hop at Beaverton
every week, which is much enjoyed by
all in the camp.
The weather is extremly cold here to
day and expect to have to pull down the
blinds tonight to keep from freezing.
The business outlook here is becoming
more bright each week, and before
spring opens we expect to have a real
hustling camp on the West Fork.-W.  F.
WimMiiimmm
I have added to the equipment of my dental office an
apparatus for the administration of
Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
for dental operations. This
is the latest, safest and best
method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal
of the pulp��� destroying the
nerve.
Dr. R. Mathison
Both 'Phones.       Greenwood.'
Christmas nAS Gone and we abe
Still Here and we wish you all
a Happy New Year	
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I-.OR instruction on the
Violin, Piano, Mando
lin. etc., see. Prof. Kauff-
niann.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from lf5 up.
Greenwood Music Store.
Rev. J. G. Shearer, of Toronto, field
secretary of the Lord's Day Alliance, is
at present making a tour of the west, in
the interests of better observance of the
Sabbath, and will he in Greenwood on
Thursday, 14th inst. and will address
a meeting in the Presbyterian church
that evening. The Alliance is very
strong in the east, and has for its object,
the securing, as far as possible, one day
of rest in the week for every citizen. It
does not seek to bring in the arm of the
civil law, in the interests of religions
observance of the day, but simply seeks
to secure the privilege to every person
of attending religious ordinances if they
chooss.
MEMORIAL   SERVICES.
Nearly every  resident of Greenwood
and large numbers from  Midway, Dead-
wood, Phoenix and Summit Camp took
part in the memorial services held here
Saturday   last.    At 2 o'clock  the  procession   formed   at the city  hall   and
inarched to the Auditorium.    Following
was the order of procession :
Midway Band.
Police and Firemen.
Mayor and   Aldermen.
Members of Former Councils.
Clergy.
Board of Trade.
Mbboiis.
Independent Order Odd Fellows.
Knights of Pythias.
Trades and Labor Council.
Greenwood Miners' Union.
American Citizens.
Citizens.
In the Auditorium  the  services  were
under   the   direction   of   Rev.   W.   H.
Anderson, Presbyterian  minister in the
city.     Ho   was assisted  by  the other
clergymen  of the city.    A.   M. Whiteside had charge of  the  musical  part of
the   programme,   and  was  assisted   by
Gem Restaurant under one management for past four years.   Meals at all
hours.    Werner A Pittock, proprietors.
THE CANADIAN'S PART.
the Canadian soldiers took in the capture
of General Cronje at Ihe battle of
Paarileberg has been told and re-told by
the greatest authority on the subject���
General Roberts-and several of his
leading officers. The picture, which is
given free by The Weekly Globe to its
yearly subscribers, is pronounced by
those who were there a very accurate
description of the scene. A sample of
it can be seen at this office. It should
he in every home in Canada.
The Horseshoe restaurant is still feeding everybody. The best steaks, Ihe best
chops, the best cutlets, the best pastry,
the best mush, hot cakes,coffee, tea and
cocoa, and Jackson's best brand of
Myers' ereek cream.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
.SM0KEKS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
Dissolution of Partnership.
NOTICE IS IIEKEKY GIVEN Unit the
partnership heretofore subsisting between us,
tho undersigned, sb hardware merchants in
"tho City of Greenwood, in the Province of
British Columbia, wns dissolved by mutual
consent on the 2lst day of January, A. I). 1901.
All debis owing to snld partnership are to be
paid to Clarence E. Pineo, of the said City ol
(ireenwood, at tho oiTleo of the Russell-Law-
Cnlilheld Company, Limited, in the said City
of Greenwood, the said Clarence E. Pineo hiving been appointed our attorney lo collect
dclitsof the lirm and pay liabilities; and all
claims against the said partnership are to be
presented to the said Clarem e E. Pineo, by
wholu Ihe same will be settled.
D��ted at Greenwood, B. C. this 9th day of
February, A. X). io.a.
I. J. CAULFIELD.
MONT
Anyone wishing to get something
nice, for their friends for New
Year's it will pay them to call and
see our goods before buying elsewhere	
Everything at Rock Bottom
Trices.
Ladies, do not forget this in the
Millinery Department as well.
G. Pf Williams'
The Up-to-Date Storm
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J. J. CAULFIELD
���j NEIL II. LAMONT
(      W. \V. HOWE.
The Devel-
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* result of right goods at   .   .
| Right Prices.
m We have just added to our
* already large stock a fine
Jjs             assortment of	
I Xmas Candies,
�� Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
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Over 500 lbs. of Candies in our
last shipment. ChocolateB,
Cren m b a nd ot her toothsome
dainties that the ladies love.
See our stock of Xmas Cards.
! H. B. MONROE
TENDERS FOR HORSES.
SEALED TENDERS will be rocelved up to
Jiith February, 1901, by the undersigned, for a
team of horses lor the 'ireenwood fire brigade.
Horses to be not less than 1100 pounds each in
weight, and not less than 6 years old. Tenders
to state price of team delivered in Greenwood.
G. It. Tavlok, City Clerk
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