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The Greenwood
Vol. II. No. 51.
Published   Weekly.
Greenwood, B. C, December 22, 1900.
Per Year. $2.00.
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Xmas Presents that
are pleasing, useful i
and ornamental for
the Ladies.
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XMAS
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Dersian Lamb, Seal-
ette and Cloth Jackets, Sable, Seal S
Astrachan, S Mink
and Martin Collarettes
Fancy Slippers, Kid Gloves,
Silk Blouses, Nice Rugs <��
Lovely Portierers, Etc.
Albums, Trays, Handkerchief Cases, Toilet Cases...
Rendell's  Arcade.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel Hloek.
GREENWOOD, B. C
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A CAR OF.,.
..Poultry..
DUE HERE
All Dry Picked and in
first-class condition ....
Owing to the unsettled
weather we are anxious
to dispose of this car and
will make prices accordingly.
BURNS & CO.
...ryavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "oft"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
THE  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OK THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
Thursday, Dec. 13
WEST FORK ROAD.
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To thk Editor : After reading a number of articles in the columns of the
Miner signed Correspondence and
others, witli reference tu the Greenwood
board of trade and the West Fork wagon
road, 1 think in justice tu at least some
of the members uf ttiat body that an explanation is necessary in order that an
organization such as the Greenwood
board of trade may nut be unjustly
OOndeined. It is a well known fact to at
least a good nianv of tin- business men
of (ireenwood and vicinity that it has
done a great deal of good and if it is
used for the purpose it was organized for
it would be to (ireenwood what similar
organizations are to other cities.
You will no doubt agree with me when
I say that the Greenwood board uf trade
was not organized for the purpose of
being used as an instrument tu make
capital for a few of its. members who had
an axe to grind or to bring water to
their own mill. In this case there is no
doubt in my mind but that it was made
use of for the above purposes. I think
that some of the members will remember when the Victoria board of trade
acted in a somewhat similar manner
when the people of this district were
aiding Mr. Corbin to obtain the Kettle
river railway charter that a meeting uf
the Victoria board of trade was held and
a majority of the members present were
C. P. R. officials, and in fact I was told
by a member of that body that there
were only two disinterested members
present. What was the result? A resolution was passed condemning the application for tlie charter, and it was telegraphed to Ottawa and placed in the
hands of the railway committee. Itis
unnecessary fur me to state the amount
uf barm that resolution did to this section of British Columbia. I merely cite
this case to show the people of the West
Fork country that this is not the lirst instance in which a board of trade had
been used for purposes other than it was
organized fur. and I claim that it is unfair to condemn the (ireenwood board
of trade as a whole because a few of the
members or so-called members saw an
opportunity to use it for purposes other
than its organization called for.
Under these circumstances and being
a member of the Greenwood board of
trade since its formation, I think that I
am voicing the sentiment of a majority
ut the members when f contend that
they hold the same view as I do as regards this matter, and I can assure the
public that at no time would tbey be a
party to such a dastardly scheme (as I
can not call it by any other name at the
present time.j At, the same time I am
satisfied had it not been fur the efforts
put forth by this body that the grant for
the West Fork wagon road would nut
have been obtained at the last session of
the legislature; if so then I claim the
board of trade work should have censed
any more than to ask that the work be
proceeded with at once and left in the
hands ot tho-e that are paid by the taxpayers of British Columbia fur looking
after the expenditure uf public moneys,
and I claim as a body that they have no
right to say who should squander the
people's money or dictate to the government who should be in charge ot the
work.
Now, Mr. Editor, in order to make
this communication somewhat plain we
will have to go a little further and take
into our confidence the gentleman who
had charge of tbis piece of wurk, and'
there is no doubt but those who were instrumental in obtaining this position fur
him are proud of his ability. 1 do nut
think so. This same gentleman poses
as a competent man in bis profession
and I bave nn duiibt but what he is, and
I have this as further proof of his ability :
I beard one of those active members of
the board of trade say "that had it not
been for this engineer the 0. P. K.
would never have been built through
the mountains." Well, we will take
this for granted, and if so he certainly
ought to lie capable of building a wagon
road. I heard C. M Shaw say in one
of the meetings when asked what the
road would cost completed to Beaverton,
and his answer was: "Twelve thousand
dollars, bridges included," with the
proviso that he was to be in charge of
the work. lie appeared lo be thinking
very seriously, for he never lifted his
((yes from the flour when he answered
tile question, and having   worked on his
estimates before placed no credence in
bis answer. Now, I believe that aniuunl
is already spent and there is less thai!
five miles of this road graded. Of course
there is a little more of the work done���
principally engineering and a little
bridge building���and I have no doubt
but those people Interested in Ihat part
of the country and the British Columbia government have learned a lessun
that they will nut forget for some time
if even it is a debt paid. And 1 might
say to any one who bus come into this
district in the past live years that a case
almost identical to this occurred when
they were building the road between
Penticton and Grand Prairie. A certain
road superintendent worked nearly a
season with a very small crew trving to
till up a lake lib feet deep. Now 1 think
that nearly every one will agree with
me when I say that on all public works
of this kind where there are any supplies
to be purchased (as there always are) to
give each and every merchant handling
those supplies an opportunity to figure
un, which I am in a position to know he
diil not do. There are people in that
line of business in this district who do-
.nated money to cut trails into this
country so that, people like the above
could come in without a guide
Now I challenge Mr. Shaw to produce
a copy nf the vouchers und bills and
compare the prices with those nf oilier
people who buy a like amount of goods
of tlie  same  kind.     This  alone should
ner
Smith. Mr and Mrs. I>. Hardy, and
Messrs. (Irant, M. II. Kane, T. Kane.
.1. I-. Rodgers and Duval. Tlie usual
toasts were proposed wishing the newly
married couple happiness and prosperity. Mr. and Mrs. Hicks will reside
in Phoenix.
prove  to any   fair  thinking   man  that by Captain  (i.   (iabrell.  of  Shelburne,
there was a " nigger in the fence." or in Ont., g popular voung officer of tbe same
other   words,   von   hel-.   me   and   I   will ',        ' .  .
help you. ' ' regiment who  contemplates  going   into
Another matter I would like to draw business with Captain Hicks in Phoenix.
your attention to and that of the pro- Among those present were Mr. and
vincial government-did Mr. Shaw or Mrs. Palmer Mrs. F. Steele, Mrs. W F
did he not draw a Biliary from the government while he was in Greenwood
working in his own interest, or while he
was in the city of Nelson working, perhaps, for a private parly. I presume,
if this matter was looked into, that it
would be found that lie was absent from
the wurks one month during the time
he had charge uf ft. Now, as a lax-
payer, 1 do not think that we should be
called upon lo pay a man a salary while
he is working for himself and Other private parties, and I certainly think the
matter will have to be investigated in
order to do justice to all parties concerned.
In conclusion 1 have, as far as possible, "hewn Iu the line, let tbe chips fall
where they may.'' I have made mention of no names unless it was of the
engineer who was supposed to be in
charge of the work. Nor is it my wish
to create any ill-feeling, but to point
nut to the people that were not in a position to know, as near as possible bow
and wheie all of this trouble came from,
and if possible protect in a niPBSUre
innocent people. Tnos.   Maiioy.
Mayor.
MAERIED.
On Saturday evening, the loth inst.,
at the Swayne house, Harry K. Johnston uf Greenwood, and Dora Palmer of
Maplewood, N. B., were married. Rev.
P.. II. Balderston officiating.
Harry E. Rouliiiier and Emma C.
Nelson were married by Rev. B. H.
Balderston on Wednesday evening last
in the Windsor hold.
DR. JAKES MEETING.
Uwward of fifty electors were present
at !>r. .lakes organization meeting held
last evening in  the coin mil tee rooms,
Copper street. Mr. Clive Pringle occupied the chair, and a central committee
nf seven was appointed, representing
the various interests uf the city. Hub-
committees will be appointed this evening fur the purpose of carrying the campaign to a successful conclusion. Dr.
magistrate to resign. For further par-1 jakeH Wils enthusiastically received
ticulars ask the hotel keepers or the w|,en called upon to make a speech. He
Ross committee. said that previous to consenting to run
Neither of the candidates  has  prom,   he hud   received  assurances  from  both
ised  to create the    position ot   sleigh- j parties  in  municipal   politics that   his
corporation and appoint acceptance would   tend   inwards    bar-
! mony in the city,    lie deplored the feel-
THE CAMPAIGN.
Duncan Ross has not promised to
build an elevator from the Bank of
Montreal to the club rooms.
Dr. Jakes has not promised to use his
influence  to  induce  the  present police
maker to tl
T. B. Winnett
The (ireenwood correspondent of the
Nelson Tribune must bave been winking his "graft." on the Ross faction.
After eloquent declamations by the
two labor leaders from the North ward.
the trades  council still declined  to  en-
ing that had existed during the past two
years, which had resulted in serious injury to the business interests and the
credit of the city He had nut expected
j opposition from Mr. Russnr his friends,
but had hoped, being lirsl   in  the   Held.
dorse Mr. Ross.   The members of the that his acceptance of the candidacy for
trades council are  surely  becoming un- mayor would have heen received by both
appreciative of oratory. parties, as  it   was  intended, as  an   at-
It  is not, true that  W. J. Kirkwood tempt to unite all for (he common good
has decided  not  tn  run  iu  the  North of the city.     If elected he would act in
ward.     Mr.   Kirkwood   is  in   the   light dupeudently   and    impartially   on    all
questions coming before the council. He
was in the light to slay, and asked those
present to deny the Statements being
circulated   that  he  intended  to  retire.
Sp( lies were made by Messrs. Pringle,
Brown, Baunerinitii, Sullivan, Mid.end,
Keith ai.d McArtliur.
(in    Christmas    remember
standby, the Gem Restaurant.
ih,
Id
until the North ward is civilised.
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.
Mr. .1. E. Daniels, United States collector of customs of Northport. was in
the city Wednesday on a business visit.
He says that there seems to he a mis
taken idea of some people that Christmas gifts can be sent from Canada inti
the United States without paying duty,
This is not true, as the United States Choice Turk
collects duty on all merchandise sent Crowston's slon
into  that  country  from   abroad.     The
dutv on goods sent from this citv must      R<_��tered at the Imperial the past
be prepaid to Mr.   Daniels at Northport. | w'"'k wera ;  F-G'  Ellia   ''''"tidou;  Ed.
Ferguson, Thus. Parkinson, Harold
Richard, Nelson; M. C. Davidson, I. A.
Dinsmore, John M. O'Driscoll, (irand
Forks: F. W. Swinburn, J. A. Kings-
mail, ('has. II. Flood, Henry Nicholson,
daily  at
I iiivernmeilt street.
Mr. J. II. Crichett, the customs house
broker at Northport, will attend to clearing goods sent from here and packages
consigned to him will receive proper attention and be forwarded to their desti-
nitioil. A good many presents were
sent last Christmas from Canada tu the
United States soldiers lighting in the
Philippines. Mr. Daniels wrote to the
department at Washington asking if
they could not be allowed tn go through
free of duty. The department replied
thai the customs law allowed no such
exceptions and therefore the duty must
be collected.��� Rossland  Miner.
FOR AULD LANG SYNE.
Ladies of Canada :
" Should old acquaintance be forgot?"
I The   answer cumes   mechanically   from
(���very  Britisher.     Nor should new  Acquaintance be forgot      Remember that
j on the bloody fields  of  South  Afrlcn
your brave soldier boys were on the firing line, Hanked by loyal British subjects  from Ceylon   and India.    In  the
j midst of danger lasting friendships were
1 formed, an I you   ladies of Canada, have
i it in your power t> ment those bund-.
The Green tens of Ceylon and India appeal to you from sentiment,     By using   ��� strong uasteri
them yon not only aid your brother
colonists, but you get absolutely the
best tea. Those of you who drink (ireen
Japan teas have a revelation iu stnre if
you make the change. Blue Ribbon,
Salada and Monsoon packets may he had
frum your grocer.���Colonist,
HICKS-HUGILL.
Donald A. Ross. Geo. I.. McNicol. Camp
McKinney; 1! I'.. Seelcy, II. Allenherg,
R. M. Parks, Spokane; Spencer Ben Herman, W. II. Nurris, Midway; T. A.
Hicks, Phoenix: Miss E. Ilugill, Pine
Grove, (Int.: J. A. Mtllison, West Fnrk;
,1. R. Jacobs. Midway; Robert S. Day
Victoria; R. Roberts, Chas. Topping,
Rossland;  A. W. Ross, Columbia.
Crowston's Stores, Government street,
headquarters fur all  varieties of Green
Fruits.
|86 for $45��� Five-piece parlor set, almost new. at 11 I (' second hand store.
R. McCulloch and II II. Shallenherger left on Saturday last for Spo-
kane, where thu first  payment of $5,000
on (he Yellowstone group has been deposited. (In their return in a few days
work will be commenced with Mr. McCulloch in charge. As ihe group is
situated within one and one-half miles
I Greenwood, the beginning of work bv
i corporation will mean
much fur our tow n,
Two barber chairs���we have them al
the 0 I C.
special   Christmn
dinners at the (iem
dav ami nigh.l
1   ami  New   Year's
Restaurant.    Open
You can  almost  fancy you were in an
old Country store wiien yon  visit   Ker-
foot's on (ireenwood street     Thev have
Mr. Anderson married Captain   ''"' Bale home-made mincemeat, genuine
old English plum pudding (guaranteed
six months old), home-made Christmas
cake, pastry, etc. No Christmas pan.
complete  without  sunn-  ol  mil    luiiee
pies.     We shall nlsn have h.ile.l lurk   i
goose, chicken,   hit in,   etc.     I_eave   wnr
order early.
On Wednesday evening, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer,
the Rev
T, A. Hicks of the Thirty-Fifth regiment
Canadian  volunteers, and   Miss   Emma
Hugiil, both new arrivals in Grcenw I,
from the town of Pine Grove. York
COtinty, <hit.. where until six weeks ago,
Captain Hicks has been doing business
as a miller and general merchant. The
bridesmaid was Mis* Grant uf Greenwood, and the grunrn  was ably assisted
We have everyth
the holiday trade.
in the market i
m Itestillli:il i. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.   McLEOD,
Barrister,   Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, (ireenwood. B. C.
BAUER ��S_
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A. E. Ashcroft,
KLOOD-XADEN BLOCK.
Resident
Representative.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
(barges were not substantiated  by  his
own witness," settled the whole nutter. ,
It is to be regretted   that   Mr.   Winnett,
made  the  charges  without   more   sub-
Btantial     foundation     than     a     vivid
imagination.
Tiik tin-horn promoter is again trying
to work prospectors  in this district. He'
offers  a   large  sum   for  a property but
does  not  wish  to pay  any cash.    His!
scheme is to form a stock  company, giv-
| ing   tbe   prospector   one-third   of   the
(stock,  he   taking one-third,   and   one-
', third placed in the treasury.    Out of the
sale of treasury stock he agrees to  pay
from one to ten thousand  dollars to the
prospector.     So far as the owner of the
claim is concerned, the game might just
as well be  named    ���shell"  or   "three-
card."
For a good meal try the Gem   Restaurant,   Werner
('opper street.
Diamond Rings
Diamond
..Brooches..
Pearl Brooches
Pearl Rings
Plain Rings
Watches
Fancy Clocks
CITOMAS
PROTTS
ON DISPLAY
A-   Pittock,   proprietors.
Silverware,
Sterling
Silverware,
Plated
Silverware, Flat
Cut Glass
Perfumes
Atomizers
Leather Goods
AT,
.Miller Bros.
SOUVENIR QUEENSWARE
A. F. <& A. M.
GKEENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. 4 A. M���
G. It. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. 8. BLACK, \\. M        R. F. COATEH, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets herealter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:80  p. in. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. .A.I.IKSS, U, A. II. A. OCKss, SI. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MINING ENGINEERS. GREENWOOD.
Assay, Anai.vnkh, RlCPOBTS.
Cyanide  Lraching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
mining properties examined
 and reports furnished.
Thoroughly < oxvkhsant with tiik Boundary
.... District	
"GreeTwoodMinor.-l    Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 16, malls will
arrive mnl he dispatched us lollows: .Mails
close for all points east and west at 1 ::in p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1 ::��i p. m i ;B0 p. hi.
Anaconda 1:80 p. m 1:80p. in.
Deadwood 8:80 h. mi 8:80 a. in.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evmiing nt Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   HATES.
Domestic, One  Year $_,00
"        Six Months |].oo
foreign, One Year *_.r>o
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ails taken except tit   full
rates.
Kepi! notices Hi nnd 5 cents per line.
. *_fg*��b__
<Ur. IO Njflfcjl A Li^L>
SATURDAY, DKCBMBEB 22. 1900.
WE'LL TAK' A' CUP 0' KUfDNESS."
Though Women's minds, like Winter winds,
May shift and turn an' a' that,
To love of Scandal, Tea and friends
They're Constani still, for a' thai I
An' m�� ana' wi' Foreign Teas,
I loon wi' Japan an' a' that!
Ceylon Green Tea they loe' the hest,
And whit' a Crime datir ca' that',1
For it's the tea, aboon tbe lave.
They dearly loe, an' a' that
Blue Liibbon, and Salad a, too.
And braw Monsoon, an'a' that ���
liccaii.se, yon see, 'twixt you an' me,
Japan, the Line they dm' nt.
For syne, tin- first are British Teas,
They loe' them weel, an' a' that!
Though sonic limy prate o* ither teeas.
An' Haunt Japan, tin' a' thai
The Lassies say they'll hae' their way.
An' drink Ceylon for a' Ihat!
For a' that, nn' a' that -
Awa' Japan, an' a' that
The bonnle teas they ha1' the hest
Are Empire Grown, an' a' that!
The above suggestion, from a fair Canadian
correspondent, " with apollgies to Burns," has
been gratefully received and Immediately
adopted by--Colonist.
(���OR instruction
Violin, Piano,
lin, etc, sec IVof
mtinn.
Violins,    Mandolins
(iiiiiarH, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store,
c;H��������,��,.,.-r,.r.i��..M.��..w...��,��iVH.��..r^
THE   BB8T   BEER   IN   TOW S   is   M A OK   HY   TH K
K. OF P.
/"1KEENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meet.
"very.Wednesday evening at 7:30 in the Ma-
-nlug brethren
AKI.ANE, 0. C.
sonic hall, (Ireenwood.    Sojourning brethren
H.MACFA
���orilially invited.    .1.
ED. ItlltNIE, K.K. AR.
Plain Engraving Free of Charge
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
FOE
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
Tlie Elkhorn Litter Beer contains
snly pure Mult and
Hops.   Try it!
It Ih kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lend
ng Hotels in this
District.
Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GRKENWOOI). B. C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now Incut il on Greenwood street
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Cable Address   "Maori." Code
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AQEINCV...
0   0   0
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
Copper Street,
Greenwood.
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tt
do correct work.
Ladies' Fashionable
Store.
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...TO LET...
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BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper   Street,   business
Centre.
..FOR SALE...
Well Furnished Five-
Koomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
Ik tiik supporters af  Mr.   Hush were I
desirous Of  healing  up  the differences
between the two factions in city affairs
they would drop oul of the contest and'
allow Dr. Jakes to he elected by acclamation. It is presumed Hint the doctor
has not become more of n Hardyite or
less independent than he was a year
ago. At that time Mr. J. J. Caulfield,
who la now chairman of the Koss committee, together with Mr. Ralph
Smailes, wailed on Dr. .lakes and asked
him to become i candidate fur mayor.
These gentlemen were delegates appointed hy a meeting at which .Mr, Ross
was present and to which he gave his
consent. At that time the doctor was
considered hy Mr. Ross and Mr. Caul-
lield sufficiently independent to handle
the city's affairs without favor to either
party. These gentlemen must have considered him capable then or they would
not have invited him to he a candidate,
If they were sincere a year ago they
most certainly are insincere now. If
Mr. Caulfield and Mr. Ross lire sincere
in the wish for a united I ireenwood
they are taking a very peculiar course in
Opposing Ihe man whom  they  asked   lo
be a candidate a year ago. These are
facts which neither Mr. Canllield nor Mr.
Ross w ill attempt to deny,
Tiik municipal campaign is still running along smoothly, Roth parties are
hard at work an,I are assiduously
spreading the truth, Mr, Ross' committee has passed the period of enthusiasm and will lose supporters between
now and election day, although Mr.
Kirkwood, the campaign manager, will
probably he able loaverl a stampede, as
he has had large experience in ward
politics in California for a number of
years. In the South Ward Aldermen
Cropley, Sullivan and Sutherland, and
Messrs. M. II. Kane, James Kerr, .1. J.
Canllield and .1. VV, Nelson will probably be the candidates. In the North
ward Alderman Bannerman and Messrs.
Thomas Miller. A. E, Ashcroft,Geo. li.
Naden and VV. .1. Kirkwood will make
the run.
Tiik report of the investigation committee on the charges made by T. B.
Winnett against Mike Klderinan, city
driver, was received by the city council
at Monday night's meeting. The statement of Mr Galloway, chairman of the
special   committee,   that    " Winnett'a
INVITE You am, to come %
hbk  our  Stock   before !���
Purchasing Elsewhere,     _E
GREENWOOD, B. C.
5= I ^JULSLOJUlJLOJUJLaJLflJUULaj^^
SUITABLE FOR  LADIES OR GENTLEMEN FOR XMAS TRADE.
WE CARRY A MICE LIME IH NOVELTIES AIID AT PRICES TO SUIT THE
TIMES	
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The gem restaurant
aS" LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., roenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
2 Lunches Put Up. **
I Meals at All Hours.
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Canadian
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And Soo Line
First-class sleepers on all trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C^__      Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmore Junction dally for st. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and lioston, Mondays
and Thursdays for Toronto.  Same cars
puss Revelstoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, in to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
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VILLANDRE A MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
NOTICE.
NOTICK 18 HKJtKiiY OIVKN Hint applloa-
tiuu will bo made to the legislature of the
Province of British Columbia at it* noxt
session for an act to Incorporate an association
in be known as the "The British Uolunbiu
Mining Association," the said association
being founded tor tho Following purposes,
naiiii'iy: Pirst, to promote the arts and sciences
connected with tin- economical production of,
valuablo minerals and metals by moans of
mooting! for the reading ami dliuusMon of
practical papers and the sttbs_qucni di*trtbu<
Hon ol such Information as may he gained
through tho medium of publication. Second
Uh* establishment of �� central roforence
library and a headquarters for the purpose of
this organisation.    Third, tn take concerted
actlun upon such matters as affect tl lining
nnd metallurgical Industries of the Province of
British Columbia, and to encourage and promote these industries by all lawful mid honor*
able means.
Dated at Rossland, B.C., December IS, 1900,
DALY A- HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
IIB   WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING
f ...OR ANYTHING...
- oic
The New and Secondhand Store
| A. L. WHITE 6l CO.
3    V. & N. 'PHONE 106. GEEENWOOD STREET.
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I TKAINM DKI'ART.
14:86   i For Rossland,  Nelson,Kaslo, San-
Kx. sun. t don, etc., and all eastern points via
Crows Nest  route, connecting at
West  Robson fm  Nuking, Revelstoke. Main line and Pacinc Coast.
For Midway, where stage connection te made for Koek Truck, (Jump
MeKinney ami Colville reservation
point-.
For time tables, rates and  full  iniormation
i call on or add res nearest local a^ent, or
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
REENWOOD and GKAND FORKS,
All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS
Manufacturers
soli' Agent
fix THE LIOH BREWING CO., Roniland B. C.
Tin' Largest Brewery in Itrltlsh Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS MEYER AND JOHN HASSE.
Take notice that I have caused to be done on
Hit! White Horse mineral claim situate In Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
of Yale district, Hritish Columbia, the work required by section 21, of the Mineral Act for the
year which has expired, ami have expended
for such work and for recording tlie certificate
thereof the sum of $102.60, and that if. at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
tirst publication of this notice, you fail in contribute your proportion nf such cxpeudttuce,
namely, the sum of $25.62 each, together with
all custs nf advertising, your Interest in said
mineral claim sKall be liable to forfeiture as
provided by the "Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Dated this8rd daj of October, won.
B. U WOOD.
Established 1886.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON. W. T, ��� VANCOUVEB, B. C
Incorporated I8'5.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
i HARDWARE iS��P:
 TINWABE, GUNS,'ETC.
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contractors, Lumbermen, Etc,
AGENTS FOR
1 Giant Powder Co.,
[Fairbank's Scales
' Bennett's Bullish Fuse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark " SUNSET." *
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
$ I PLUTO MINERAL CLAIM.
$ 1 Sitnalo in the Kettle river Mining Division
s[' ol Yalo District. Where located���Iri Dcad-
Jg wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
Jf '���    claim.
$ Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, us
W 1 agenl for M. M. Welch, free miner's certificate
W No. 88,189, John P, Anderson, free miner's eer-
Jg ' tilicate No. B29.7H7, and Frederic Keffer, free
w miner's certificate No. iiaH,^i7, intend, sixty
W jivs from the date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining
Tf Recorder for a certificate of improvements, for
J�� the purpose of obtaining n crown grant of the
Jf   above claim.
Jg : And further take notice that action under
SJ section 117, must he commenced before the
j?   issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated at Greenwood, 11. ('., December JO, 1900.
ol-il .SYDNEY >I. JOHNSON, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
t?l
CITY COUNCIL.
The mayor and Aldermen Banner-
man, Cropley, Galloway, Sullivan and
Sutherland weie present at the meeting
of the city council Monday night. After
reading and adoption of the minutes of
the three previous meetings, a communication was read from \V. E. Hodges applying for the position of city auditor.
On motion the application was received
and fi'ed and Mr. Hodges appointed.
Alderman Galloway, chairman of the
special committee on charges against
Mike Elderman, city driver, made by
T. B. Winnett, reported that he and Alderman Sutherland had investigated
the charges and so far as the two principals were concerned would not favor
granting a certificate for veracity.
However, Mr. Winnett's witness could
not corroborate statements made by Mr.
Winnett, and so the matter stood just
where it was. In reference to the
charges made against the driver of dray-
ing he knew nothing. It was moved hy
Alderman Bannerman, seconded by Alderman Cropley, that the sleigh committee he thanked for the very able manner in which they had investigated the
matter, and that the tire and light committee investigate Mr. Winnett's
charges against city officials for draying
without a license.
The following accounts were ordered
paid: Caulfield & Lamont, $9.(10; A.
Mowat, $ 1153.75; fire department $19.00 ;
M. S. Butler, $22.00; Leamy & Cray,
$2.60.
By-law No. 55, as amended to increase
hawker's licenses, was read a second
and third time.
The liquor license by-law was
amended, reducing license to !f300 per
annum.
The police commissioner was instructed to enforce the provisions of the
laundry by-law.
Street committee was instructed to
take up the matter of street grades and
have all profiles completed before the
end of the year.
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
To the Freeholders, Householders, License
Holders, and Others Who hy Divers and
Sundry Means Have Acquired the Right,
Title and Interest In One Undividad Vote.
Greeting:
Ladies and Gentlemen, IIakdyitkh
and Rohhitkh: I have been requested
by a majority of the electors and all of
the compromisites to be your mayor for
the year lf)01. In accepting the position I feel it my duty to outline u policy
that will meet with the approval of the
anti-progressive element in the city.
I will make it my constant care to see
that the original intentions of nature
are not interfered with by the vandals
known as street graders.
When an elector, more exulted than
his neighbors, has erected a mansion as
high above the street as his opinion of
himself is above the ordinary mortal, 1
will not lower him to the level nf the
common herd hy the vulgar means of
street grades.
I will procure and make permanent
a corps of expert witnesses to be used in
defeating actions against the city, believing that one should tight lire with
lire.
Although I have previously held aloof
from Ihe laboring people, and their endeavors to improve themselves have
not at all times received my outspoken
approval in the past, still I wns secretly
in sympathy with their effort* to better
their condition. Believing that such an
important voting strength of the city
should receive just recognition and encouragement, I will insist on the street
laborers come to work after the noon
hour each day in regulation evening
dress.
I will submit all questions of road
building or street grading to the council
of the board of trade or their engineer
I will close up the streets leading to
Anaconda, thus forcing purchasers to
the nortli end of the city.
I will, of course, he guided in important questions affecting the city by my
intimate friends. It is not always advisable to let the public into questions
affecting the inner workings of ward
politics.
I wil expect, as remuneration foi my
services, $1(1(1 per month iu advance.
This sum is necessary, owing to the demands that will constantly be made
upon me by my ward heelers.
I will appoint an inspector of vehicles
for the city, the appointee being a
specialist in his line. It will also be
the duty ol" the inspector of vehicles to
act as spotter on other officials.
I will build tramways to all the mining
camps of the district.    In   the  selection
of an engineer  to take charge of this
work I will be guided by  the wishes of
the council of the board of trade.
Yours with a graft,
Herbert Gii.hoolkv-McSwat,
Compromise Candidate.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.
To  the Electors of the Municipality of the
City of Greenwood.
Ladies and Gentlemen :���I am a candidate for the office of mayor at the approaching municipal election, und respectfully solicit your votes and influence
During the campaign 1 will have opportunities of explaining my views at
length. Briefly stated, I am in favor of
the following:
The present state of city finances and
the stringency of the money market
make it impossible to enunciate a well
defined policy of public improvements.
An adequate system of waterworks is
necessary and also some suitable plan
of sewering the city, but tbeseand other
improvements must be deferred until
thecity is in a better financial position.
1 confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of
the city can be placed upon such a sound
footing that necessary public works can
be constructed without placing excessive
burdens upon the present taxpayers.
The credit of the city must be restored
and maintained. Litigation should be
avoided, and 1 am in favor of an amicable settlement with those who have
just   claims against the corporation.
If (ireenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural
advantage, the city must be brought
into the closest touch with the surrounding mining camps. During 1001
every effort  should be   made  to  secure
the construction of the tramway without
imposing additional burdens on tlie
ratepayers beyond those to which they
are already pledged.
The strength of every city, particularly one situated in the heart of a mining district, lies in its workingmen and
its future depends upon them. 1 am in
favor of recognizing their claims to
proper protection. I believe eight hours
should constitute a legal day's work
and this principle should be adopted by
the municipality. Generally speaking,
I am in favor of municipal work being
carried on by day labor, but in the event
of contract work being necessary, I
would insist that contractors should
pay the current wage.
I am opposed to the employment of
Chinese and the encouragement of Chinese immigration and any power granted
to the corporation bv tlie Municipal
Clauses Act should be exercised to tbe
fullest extent in restricting their employment in the city.
The mayor's time should be devoted
to the work of the city. 1 am not rich
enough to do this without compensation
and if elected will expect, a sufficient
sum to properly represent the city without loss to myself.
The first of each year estimates should
be prepared giving each section of the
city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should be religiously followed.
I am your obedient servant,
Duncan Ross.
���I Cunningham & Andersen ;
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Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
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FALLS . . .
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Terms and Prices, Apply to
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Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
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THE   CHAMBER OF  MINES Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "ir! Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
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> In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.    Two mails arrive and
r- depart every day.   TERMS:   $15 to $18 per week according lo resi-
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���5 Its .laths cure all iiervousand muscular di��ea>ies.    Its (inUrs   heal nil Kidney.  I.ivei
.1 nnd Stomach Ailment.".   The Initio, nnd natcreliminate all
;5 metiil poisons from tlicBystoin.
The Chamber of Mines, Southern
Hritish Columbia, wants thoroughly reliable correspondents in every camp in
the districts of Kast and West Kootenay
and Yale, to whom reasonable compensation will be paid for their services.
Correspondents will be expected to
furnish the Chamber of .Mines with all
development going on at the mines, the
installation of machinery, shipments of
ore and value, and generally such news
as will attract the attention of capitalists
and cause them to investigate and invest,
Applications to be addressed to the
0HAMBER OF  MINKS,
1J. 0. Box 578, Rossland, 15. C.
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ot railway ii<kei lor uumd trip between Urconwood mid    lltilcvnn
for Thirty Days and obtainable nil the year round  i- 111. Hi.
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GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
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Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows)
Leave Spokane 10:.|6p. m
! Leave Northport 6:60 a. in
Arrive KosBland  7:80 a. in
Leave Rossland 11:00 p. m
Leave Northporl VJ:i:>u. in
Arrive Spokane  ~:<>:l "��� t"
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H. A. JACKSON, i
Gen. Pass. Agent
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IF  YOU   WANT'."'
I HALF PRICE
|   Clothing Sale Now
Going On.
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Desiring to turn a portion of our Clothing Stock
into Ready Cash, we have decided to sell for a
Limited Time	
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
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ONLY  riflST CLASB WORKMEN
EMPLOYED
IF  YOU   WANT   CHEAP wORN  SEND
EAST   FOR  IT
The Mining   and Commercial Center  for the ���
Whole Similkameen
SIMILKAM EEN CITY
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111 Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek cam]), situated on  the main  wagon road
and location line of tlie C. cc W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton.
Town Lots Now on the Market
Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots $100.    Size of Lots on   business  streets 25  ,\   100  feet  and  25  x   130 feet; on J*
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at IO per cent interest per g*
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to ���!
H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C.                FRANK BAILEY & CO.,
pw an,I Similkn
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\ THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
Smith & McRae will be
Open all day and evening
on Sunday and Christmas
Day, liiOO ���
You are still in time to
get just what you
require in    .    .    ���
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS
At Prices that are
Right.
Our   stock  was   and
still is large.
Open Sunday the 23rd
and Christmas Day
..SMITH & MAE..
Headquarters for  the  Boundary   in
Christmas Goods.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS,
Japanese    Oranges    at    Crowston's
Stores, (loveniment street.
Work was commenced on the Ah
There ill Deiidwood camp this week.
Coal cookers and hunters���will irude
for your stove or any old thing nt 0 I C
store.
The Ciem Restaurant is still in the
lead.   Call on Christmas and get a good
meal.
The weather changes, so do prices,
See us for the lowest. 0 I C, secondhand store.
It is currently reported that work
on the Lust Chance will he resumed
about the lirst of tlie year.
John  C,   Hell   left   Wednesday   for
Westminster and Victoria, where lie
will spend the holidays.
For spring beds, feather beds; springs
that are not sprung and beds that will
not spring, see us at the O I C store.
K. Kerr, Airs. Kerr and family und
Miss Castleman of Boundary Kails left
on Wednesday's train to visit friends on
the Lower Fraser,
���[A M. Whiteside and Miss. Whiteside"
left for the coast ou Wednesday's train.
Mr. Whiteside will remain on the coast
until after tho holidays.
Thd ladies of the Methodist church
��ill (rive a Christmas dinner in Mr.-
Larkins' building, Copper street, o:
Christmas. Dinner ready at 12 noon
and all the afternoon. Tickets, ~'i
cents.
There was a meteoric display on Copper street Wednesday night that was
not die result of any of the celesta!
bodies getting out of their usual course.
The sparkle was caused by the diamonds
worn by Al Manley of Grand Forks.
Neil H. Lamonl and I'. .1. Mitchell,
two of Greenwood's most prominent
yonnjr business men, left, yesterday on
a trip east for the holidays. Mr. Lamonl noes as far as Port Arthur, and
Mr. Mitchell will probably extend his
trip from Winnipeg to l'ort Arthur, in
order to assist Mr. Lamont in a part-1
nership deal. Iloth will be hack in .
time to help elect Dr. .lakes.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Fourth Sunday of Advent, December
23rd. Holy Sacrifice of tho Mass at 10 a.
in. Immediately after mass, a general
meeting of the ladies and gentlemen of
the congregation will be held in order
(li) To be personally introduced to their
new pastor; (2) To devise ways and
means to assure the support of the priest
and the defraying of the current expenses of the church; (.'!) To organize
the Sunday School, the Altar Society,
tl io Choir, and the League of the Sacred
Heart :
Sunday School 2:30 p,  in.
Evening Devotions 7:80 |>. ni.
CHRISTMAS   DAY,
First Mass  8:00 a. in.
Second Mass  9:00 a, in.
Third Mass 10:00 a. m.
Meeting of   Sunday  school
children  8:00 p. in
Evening devotions  ... 7:80 p, m,
Fathkh.I. A. Bkoard, O, M. I.,
Pastor.
M. J. Phelan came down from Hen-
dell on Thursday last and will return to- i
day. The sleigh road now being built
by the Carmi people will be completed
by the 1st January. Business on the.
West Fork is not very brisk, but it is
hoped it will improve when the road is
completed.
THE   CANADIAN
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS -=--
PLANS FURBISHED AMD ESTIMATES MADE.
...Jobbing: Promptly ATTKKiiBn To..,
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.
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Head Office, T0R0HTC.
President Hon. Quo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l, Manager.. .J. H. Plummer.
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED.,
Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
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CHRISTMAS
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Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Mtaacw
MORTGAGE   SALE.
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I POCKET and I
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I DIARIES for I
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I Leather Portfolios, Purses, |
| Albums, Poets, Bibles, 1
I Prayer Books, Birthday 1
I Books and all kinds of si
I Novelties suitable for si
5 Xmas presents can be se- s.:
1 cured at REASONABLE |
1 PRICES from :
How is Your Eyesight?
1    have   made   arrangements   with '
J. C. LANNERBERQ.
the Eye Specialist of Rossland, B. C, to
remain with nio for some weeks. Peo-
plewlth defective eyesight should not
miss this opportunity.
There are many niliiieiils due to defective eyesight, nnd many people suffer
through life with headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly all eases, j
be received by wearing n properly lined
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearingof glasses, especially by children, and express their fear that " if
they once begin to wear them they are
afraid thev can never leave Ihein off
again." To Unlit against the assistance
which art may supply ill this direction
is absurd. Why should nol they be
worn through life, if by their aid dis- i
com fori is removed and si^ht preserved,
while through their lack, vision is indistinct, eye-pains or headache prevail, and
the tendency is toward the destruction
of the eye When the eyes feel tired
through overwork a pair of glasses properly fitted will give instant relief and
such glasses in many cases need to he
worn for only n few" months, ami the I
benelit experienced will more than pay
for any imaginary discomfort from wearing glasses.
With twenty years' experience in cor-
reeling chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of satisfaction
in the work, ami when no aid can he
had iu restoring lost vision he will
truthfully say so. .\n work guaranteed.
Consultation free.
���1. I.. Whitb, DruggiBt,
Copper street.
We particularly recommend as a nice
CHRISTMAS GIFT a box of
Cigars. As an instance we suggest
a  Box of 25     ...     ,
FLOR De MELBA CIGARS
Husbands! Wives! Sweethearts and Children!
We have Candy for all these. Our
Candy ranges from 50 to 75c. per lb.
Try a box of Christmas Crackers���
they are an ornament to the Christmas
Tree and furnish enjoyment to old
and young.
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THERE will   be offers!   for nale by Public
Auction Ht the Post Office iu the
TOWN OF ANACONDA, B.C.
Saturday, the 22nd Day of December,  1900,
I at the hour of 2 o'clock in tbe afternoon, the
; following property, namely:
1. Lot 11 in Block B, on the east side of Oohi
i street, in the city of Greenwood, according to
| Plan No. 28, of Subdivision of Dundee mineral
: claim. On this lot is situate a pood frame car-
i pontor siu>i>.
2. An undivided one-half interest in Lottf in
1 Block I), on the east side of Silver street. Green-
I wood.   On this lot Ik situate the Ottawa hotel,
which is a commodious hotel almost new and
��� well Located for hotol purposes.
j    For terms and conditions af sale apply to
.1.  K. BROWN,
Copper Street, Greenwood,
Solicitor for Mortgagee.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
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..JNGERS0LL=SERGEANT MACHINERY
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   | ��/��������%!?/,
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
THE IMPERIAL
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DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NiiTK'K is horoby given iluu (lie partnership
heretofore subsisting between us, (he undersigned, as butchers end iiiimii vendors utCicnp
McKinney, B. C, has this day boon dissolved
by mutual oousont. All debts owing lo said
partnership are to bo paid lo Prodorlo \V.
Swinburn al Camp McKinney aforesaid, uml
all claims against tho said partnership aro lo
bo proionted to tho said Frederic \\. Bwlnbiirn
by whom tho samo will bo sottled.
iiiiicd hi Oreonwood, 11. (.'., ibis nn, ,i���v ,,
Decombor, A, H. woo.
Witness j. c Ki.iuiii
.1. II. BROWN. |.'.   ,v. s\\-INHI'IIN
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. C.
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T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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