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The Greenwood Miner.
Vol. II. No. 47.
Published  Weekly.
Greenwood, B. C, Saturday, November 24, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
MR. SIFTON SPEAKS
Minister of the Interior Visits
Boundary.
SMALL AUDIEHCE GREETS HIM
The Auditorium Was Poorly Heated.
the Audience Cold and not at
all Enthusiastic.
The Liberal meeting in the Auditorium Tuesday evening was a frost in
numbers, in enthusiasm and in the
arrangements for beating the hall. At
8:30, when the speakers appeared on
the stage, there were thirty-eight men
and eight ladies in the main portion of
the Auditorium. Afterwards A, Mowatt,
H. C. Shaw, A. M. Whiseside and three
ladies came in, making a grand total in
the room of fifty-two persons. The
gallery was occupied by about seventy-
five men and boys. Duncan Ross occupied the chair. He said it was the
intention that Mayor Hardy should preside, but as the mayor was unable to
leave Phoenix, the duties had devolved
upon himself. As it is generally understood that Mr. Ross would not object
to stepping into the mayor's shoes at
the end of the present municipal year,
he may be pardoned in, as far as possible, imitating the genial manner, terseness and pure diction of the mayor at
Tuesday night's meeting. On the platform were Hob. Clifford Sifton, Senator Templeman, S. S. Taylor, Q. C, and
Mr. Miller of Nelson, J. R. Brown
and Andrew Leamy of Greenwood.
The chairman in his opening address
said that more than ordinary interest
attached to Mr. Sifton today, as he has
to his credit the defeat of Hugh John
Macdonald. We have also with us the
Hon. Senator Templeman of Victoria. A
cordial invitation was extended to Conservative or Independent Labor speakers. Senator Templeman raised the
curtain.
Senator Templeman said that he was
pleased to be present. This was his
first visit to Greenwood. A man who
has been elevated to the rank of senator has still some interest in public life,
although many people held a different
opinion. The present contest marks a
critical period in the history of this constituency. The voters should consider
well before casting their ballots on December 6th. From what he had seen
there is a strong element iu favor of
Mr. Galliher. There are not enough
representatives for Yale-Cariboo. He
was Borry that Mr. Bostock had found
it inconvenient to again contest the constituency, for he had shown himself
very active at Ottawa in looking after
the interests of the district. After the
next census is taken we will have two
or three representatives. The voters
should return Mr. Galliher, as he would
be in a better position to help the district than an opponent of the government. The government is heartily in
accord with the development of the
West. The West is what is going to
make Canada a great country, and the
Liberal policy is the true policy of the
country in that respect. The policy of
the government in regard to the great
mining industry will be explained by
Mr. Sifton. As a new member of the
senate his constituency embraced the
entire province of British Columbia,
therefore he was our representative in
the upper house and |waB ever ready to
to fight for the interests of B. C.
Mr. Ross then introduced S. S. Taylor, Q. C, of Nelson. He said the
presence of so many ladies in the audience was a compliment to the speakers
and also the men of the audience were
the representative men of the city. As
far as Canada is concerned the elections
are over. The result shows that the
Liberals have made a good record during their term of office. The government had placed its record before the
people of Canada and the people have
found it good. It was not for them to
discuss the questions brought up by
the Conservatsves. The success of the
government was due to the fact that
the business of the country was handled
in a business-like manner. Such prosperity the Dominion has never experienced before, although Conservatives attributed it to the general wave of prosperity, it is not altogether due to that.
It is at the same time a just condemnation and   punishment,  that  the issues
brought forward by some of the leaders
of the Conservative party were overthrown and the leaders themselves defeated at the polls. The race cry was
raised by a few of the members of the
Conservative party, while the Liberals
were trying to build up the country as
a whole. That cry will never again be
raised in Canada, for only the record of
the party will be dealt with in future,
and the Liberal party at the end of the
next four or five years will again be successful. We have in this constituency
three men to deal with. Mr. MacNeill
has retired from the contest and Mr.
McKane is now the Conservative candidate. Mr. Foley appears to be a good,'
square, all round man. Mr. Galliher,
too, is a good man. But this is not a
question of men, it is a question of principles, of your interests, and of governing this country as a whole, and you
must consider who will best advance
your interests. We are accused of making love to the labor party. That iB
quite true and it is right that we should
do so. The Liberals have always fought
for the interests of labor, as the party
has many members who represent labor
interests. The Liberal party have done
a great deal to advance the interests of
labor in this country and the friends of
labor will give their best support to the
Liberals. The Conservatives have
never passed a measure in the interests
of labor during the whole eighteen years
they were in power. The Liberals
made no promises to labor in 1896. Take
the Alien Lahor Law. We must not
try to keep out foreign labor, but the
Liberals have put an end to contracting
for foreign labor and bringing it into this
country. The Liberals never promised
this, but passed it because they are
backed by the laboring people of Cana
da. The Liberals said that contractors
had made a practice of Jewing the last
cent out of the laboring classes, therefore they decided that wherever the
public moneys of Canada were being
expended the highest current wage
should be paid to those employed. Now
that the government has set the pace
many private enterprises will have to
follow, and the general scale of wages
will be raised. Also boards of conciliation and Arbitration were appointed by
the government. In the recent labor
troubles in the Kootenays, Mr. Clute
managed to bring about a satisfactory
settlement. This will eventually bring
about compulsory arbitration for settlement of labor disputes. Mr. Sifton will
be a strong champion of labor in the
government. The government also introduced the anti-combine amendment
clause. Under legislation passed by
Conservatives, trades unions were
criminal. The Liberals added a clause
amending this, but it was thrown out
by the Conservative majority in the
senate twice, and was only passed when
a compromise was made on a bill intro-
I duced by the senate. Legislation con-
I cerning the union label is being con-
i sidered, which will aid labor materially.
The question of the Chinese in this
province  is a   very   serious  one.    We
realize the baneful influence of the Chinese, but the rest of Canada does not.
We have only six representatives from
our province, while against us are arrayed tho churches of Canada, the C. P.
R. and all the capital that is looking for
I cheap   labor.     Further, imperial  rela-
! tions demand a great deal of thought
��� from the government.    Diplomatic relations between Great  Britain and Japan have been  interfered  with  on ac-
��� count of legislation  passed by  British
j Columbia.   Thes�� matters have all been
1 carefully considered by the government
and we must therefore not expect too
I much.    Sir Wilfrid Laurier dared to in-
: trnduce a measure for doubling the tax
. on Chinese coming into the country and
' was successful in  passing it.   True to
his promise, he has also provided a com-
; mission   to   investigate   this    matter.
I When the investigation is over, legisla-
! tion for still further increasing the tax
j will   be   secured.    A   large number of
i Chinese when going  home to China are
j given a permit to return to this country.
] The Chinaman never returns to Canada
i but passes on his certificate to another
Chinaman who has no diffieultyjin impersonating the first man.   If this permit system were  done  away   with   it
would solve a great deal of difficulty in
connection with this question.    During
the last four years the Liberal party has
I given us good proof of its efficiency. The
Liberals are now in full sympathy with
your cause. If vou return a labor candidate we will have three members of the
labor party at   Ottawa.   Three   out of
220.    It is not to your best interests to
vote for  Foley.    At the Labor congress
which   convened   in September,   1900,
Ralph Smith said that if the government do as much for labor in the future
as they have done during the past two
years labor will be much nearer their
goal. Mr. Foley said last night that the
alien labor law was a dead letter, thereby
contradicting Ralph Smith, who savs
the law is being actively enforced. The
great success of the Liberal party is
largely due to the leadership of Sir
Wilfrid Laurier. He has done more to
unite the two races than any other
statesman. As a result of his efforts
Canada stands better now with Great
Britain than ever before.
The chairman then introduced Hon.
Mr. Sifton, whom he described as the
most abused man in political life in
Canada.
Mr. Sifton remarked that the Conservatives had a habit of making their
strongest attacks on the strongest men
in the Liberal party. Although not
meaning to compliment himself, he had
received a goodly share of their attacks.
He took much pleasure in being able to
say a few words in behalf of the Liberal
candidate in this riding. I have been
for the past four years the representative of WeBtern Canada in Sir Wilfrid
Laurier's cabinet. It is a big task to
look after such a large territory. You
will admit if occasionally some things
are not done as quickly or carried out
as fully as some people would like,
there is some ground foa an excuse. I
will say that I have done to the best of
my abilitv what has been required of
me. The Western portion of Canada
during the last four years has progressed
as never before in the same length of
TWO LARGE LEADS
Running Parallel on Marguerite
in Deadwood Gamp.
BOARD OF TRADE STILL ACTIVE
Will Send Delegation to Victoria to
Get More  Money for West
Fork Road.
from present appearances the Marguerite mine in Deadwood camp will
make one of the big mines of the Boundary district. Both the east and west
crosscuts from the 100-foot level are in
ore. The development work has conclusively proven the existence of two
parallel leads about fifty feet apart at a
depth of 100 feet, and rapidly converging. The size of the ore body is not yet
known, the one in the east having just
been encountered, and the one on the
weft pierced for a distance of 25 feet
and no wall discovered. The ore is
arsenical iron and chalcopyrites, and
carries fair values. A large body of
higher grade ore was partially opened
up a few weeks ago in the old workings,
but at the present the development*.]'!*
being confined to the workings at the
100-foot level. In building a wagon _rond
from the main road to the mine, a ledge
in 1S97 located the Carmi and .Butcher
boy, the former of which may now be
classed in the shipping list, as ore will
be shipped to the smelter as soon as the
wagon road is completed,
On Su"dry morning John Port man,
driver for the Elkliom brewery, and his
brother Andrew were out bunting north
of the city. They separated and shortly
after Andrew saw a deer and shot it,
the bullet passing through the deer and
severely wounding John in the thigh.
The wound is not considered dangerous,
but Mr. Portman will be nnableto work
for a couple of months.
J. C. Boss arrived in the city this
week. Mr. Boss was one of the first
to handle Boundary properties for outside capital. He put through the deal
for the Brooklyn, Stemwinder and other
properties fn (ireenwood camp. He was
also interested in Central and Copper
camp properties some years ago.
lem Pearce, at one time on the Greenwood police force, but lately a resident
of the Myers Creek district, passed
through the city yesterday on his way
to Seattle, where he will spend the
winter. 	
H. B. Munroereturned from the West
Fork yesterday, where he had charge of
a gang of graders on the wagon road.
Work has been shut down.
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FOLEY MEETINGS.
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Chris Foley, Independent Lobor candidate, and Jim Wilkes of Nelson, will
address the Electors in the Auditorium
tonight; Noble's hall, Midway, Monday
night, and school house, Eholt, Tuesday night. Everybody welcome. Old
party adherents invited to be present
and converted. Opposition speakers
cordially invited.
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WESTJWIKJtOAD.
Hugh Cropley came down from the
West Fork Thursday. He is interested
in the Wellington and Homestake
mineral claims in that district and also
has a ranch six miles below Beaverton.
The survey party on the wagon road had
reached his ranch before he left. He
does not think the road can be completed for less than lf.12,000. The work
so far done is of no use to the setters on
the West Fork, as the grading has been
done in patches, and until the connecting links are graded the road is of no
practical utility to any one. The Carmi
road has been graded to a point opposite Rendell, and will be continued
down to Deep creek. Work on the mine
has been closed down until the wagon
road is completed.
HOW CANADA IS ADVERTISED.
time.
The leader of a political party has a
great deal of discretionary power. Our
system of government places enormous
power in the hands of one man, in deciding as to who his colleagues should
be and as to what questions should be-
introduced. The great question at
issue during the recent campaign was
whether the people approved of the
personnel of the Laurier government.
We have not that question to deal with
tonight. It is whether the record of
the Liberal party is good enough for
you. You will declare whether or not
you have confidence in the administration of this government. There never
has been, nor will there ever be, a government that will do everything just as
we think it should be done. So long
as that is the case it is quite impossible
to please any single elector. Therefore
when we are deciding as to what
political party we will support, it is a
question of which of these political parties is most in accord with our principles. Mr. Foley was on the platform
with us laBt night at Grand Forks. He
took exception to many Bteps taken by
the government. It ii often necessary
to compromise in political matters. One
objection Mr. Foley made was that the
government was not sincere in declaring
itself as friendly to the working men,
and that the legislation that has been
passed favoring labor was merely for
the purpose of catching votes. The only
way to obtain legislation is to get it
fr>m one or other of the parties. That
is the Britisli system and we believe it
to be the best. If, when one of these
parties succeeds in legislating along
lineB favorable to labor, thev are not
likely to permit more legislation of that
kind if the sincerity of their motives is
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of arsenical iron was uncovered, but no
work has been done upon the showing.
In the spring the management intend
installing a full equipment of machinery
when the various leads already discovered will be thoroughly prospected
and the mine put upon a shipping basis.
The ore will be treated by the Standard
Pyritic smelter at Boundary Falls.
At a meeting of the Greenwood board
of trade held yesterday afternoon, 11. C.
Shaw and C. Scott Galloway were named
a delegation to go to Victoria and interview the government iu reference to a
further appropriation to complete the
West Fork wagon road to Rendell and
and Beaverton. Had the hoard of trade
not interfered in the first place, the road
would now have been completed from
Westbridge to Carmi by Mr. Thruston.
It is only just that the board of trade
should endeavor to make some amends
for the injury done to the prospectors
and other settlers on the West Fork, and
it ih to be hoped that the delegation will
be successful in getting a sufficient
amount to make at least a sleigh road
as far as Deep creek, to which point the
Carmi management will shortly have
a road graded.
James C. Dale came down from Carmi
on Tuesday last, and will iu a few days
leave for a short visit to his old home in
Carmi, Illinois. He has not visited the
old home for ten years.    Mr. Dale came
i to Boundary six years  ago, and, like all
I the old timers who stayed with the district, has been successful.    He  was  one
I of the original owners of the Golconda
group in South   Deadwood, his  interest
j in which he sold to J. C. Haas. He was
among the first of the prospectors who
went into the  West  Fork country and
What the C. P. R. Is Doing in Making the
Dominion Known Abroad.
Mr. J. C. Holden, president of the
AiiieB-Holden company, who recently
returned to Montreal after a two-and-
a-half years tour around the world, concluded an interview in the Montreal
Gazette-by stating:
" Two things in particular are making Canada more widely known and
more highly considered the world over.
First, her part in the war, which has
excited interest not only in England
but in every part of tbeglobe; secondly,
the widespread advertisements of the
C, P. H. Wherever Mr. Holden went
he found the pamphlets of the great
railroad. Me found them in Russia,
in Norway, in Turkey. When the P.
and O. steamship reached Hong Kong
all the passengers wished if possible to
go on by the Empress boats; for, after
experience of the ships of many lines
and many nations, Mr Holden declares
them unsurpassed for comfort, table and
attendance. Even In out-of-the-way
up-country inns in Japan, where guests
are forced to e it and sleep on the floor
and their diet consists of fish in every
possible form, the C P Et. advertisements were found. Canada's repnta-
has never  stood higher than now."
GENUINE   PATRIOTISM.
Ladies of Canada:
While statesmen and politicians argue
the Zollverein and differential trade
within the Empire (which they will do
while jaw displaces common sense ,
settle this matter for yourselves.
Your brother colonists of Ceylon and
India ore growers of pure tens. Black
and Green. Canadian and United
States importers supply yon with 11,000,-
000 pounds annually of Japan teas, yet
they know Japans are artificially colored
and adulterated     Let the knowledge of
these facts and the sentiment of patriotic   sisterhood  move you to help the
British planter.
British-grown   black   Teas   hold   the
Canadian market.   Drinkers ol Japan
tea should try the Greens now coming
I on the market, nnd your dainty   palates
will approve them. Yes, we hear your
i grocer's excuses ; hut insist.   Ladies can
always get what they want. Remember
i how you ran your husband to���well, do
, they still think it paradise? They cer-
i tainly will if you give them Ceylon and
India green tea   Blue Ribbon, Monsoon
j and Salada packets nre now obtainable.
Colonist. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.   P.   McLEOD,
Barrister.   Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block. Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER <&
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A     P     Achrrr-��ft Resident
/-��.   I_.   nsilLIUIl,  Representative.
.'I.OOIi N.\UK\' BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood. B. C.
l.iil'KSS, M. A. II, A. (1UK8S, 31. A,
GUESS BROS.,
miring engineers. greenwood.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyasidh    I.BACHING.      AMALGAMATION
and Concentration Pests.
W. S. KEITH, fl. E.
MINING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
THOKOUGHLY  CONVRnsANI   WITH THE BnCNIiA I! Y
....  IMSTKH'I	
-.G��?n*!?odMhier��l    Greenwood. B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October lfi, malls will
���.rrive nnd be dispatched a. follows: Malls
���lose for nil points eii I und weal at 1 ;80 p. in.
.RHIVE. CLOSE.
"Iiocnix. i ;80 p. ra 1 :80 p. m.
\nacondn l :80 11. in 1:80p. iu.
Deadwood 8:80 a. in 8:30 a, m.
ME    GREENWOOD     MINE!*.
^ubHshetl every Friday evnning lit GrGenwood,
British Columbia.
T w. c-rier   Man-eeri
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES
Domestic One  Ymir  |2,00
"        Six  Months. $1.00
Foreign, One Yeur      J2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance;
Advertising rates furnlsbed on application',
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates,
f,egnl notices 10 and 6 cents per line.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 19011.
Bv no sireteh of tbe imagination can
the work done on the West Fork wagon
road.be considered anything but a
failure. About, live miles of road have
been graded and this not continuous,
The road built bo far is of no practical
use to the people of the West Fork
until the connecting links have beon
ninde. Tbe road is being built in much
the same manner as. the .Mackenzie government attempted to build the Canadian transcontinental railway The
Miner some time ago criticized the
council of the Greenwood board of trade
lor burking the efforts of F. II. Thruston to get ii road to his mine. In all
seriousness the suggestion is now offered that in future the council of the
(ireenwood board of trade confine themselves to purely social functions, such
wining th" provincial niinislerof finance
and the consequent small talk that
would n 111r., 11. follow at such a gathering. By Ibeir action in this matter
they have done an irreparable injury to
those owning prospects in tlie West
Fork country, And these are the men
wh" want to handle the city's affairs.
I'm: Liberal meetin \ t\xea<i ������ night
in the Auditorium wns held under anything hut fovor.ible circumstances. The
building was so poorely heated that to
remain ami listen was a persecution.
Howeveo a largo number sat it through
and were well rewardbd for their perseverance hy the speech of the minister of
the interior, who, although Buffering
from a severe cold, gave a splendid address, that from a Liberal point of view
must have been all that could hi- de-
desired. His explanation of the large
liberal majority in Quebec was a neat
piece of campaign work. The want of
enthusiasm might just as well he attributed to the factthat the temperature
of the hall was below zero as to any
other cause. However there were nol
any very strong evidences of the enthusiasm among the masses claimed by
local Liberal leaders towards the Laurier
government. Even the name .of J.
Israel Tarte didn't produce any spontaneous outbursts of Liberal enthusiasm.
And the minister of the interior was discreetly silent on the question of whisky
permits in the Yukon. Tbe meeting
could not be classed as emotional.
the cheap laborjquestion, said that "the
easterners did not know the difference
between Japs, Chinese, and English,
Irish and Scotch." This probably ac-
countsfor the result of tlie elections in
Quebec and the Maritime provinces.
Both Mr. Sifton and Mr.  Taylor  cm-1
phaslzed   the   necessity   of voting   fori
"principles,  not   men."   That   is just'
the   point.    Conservatives   who  believe
in  the traditions and   policy   of their '
part) shsnld vote for  the Cousor.vati.o
candid ite��    Workingmen �� ho believe i'-
the platform "f the   [ndepi udenl Labor
party, should vote  fee the candidate of
thai party, and I ho-" who   believe there
Is ii" differoiii e between white men and
Chinese should vote in accordance with
that belief.     Tlie fact   that   the Liberals
Ii a l..r.v a majority in the houBe
should r.ol influence the man who be-
llevesin the principles of his party.
These principles are the same whether
the party are in tbe majority or the
minority. It is hoped that no elector
wil! take the cowardly view that if the
candidate of the part;, in power is not
elected the district will suffer.
The Loss and Hardy factions have
broken out in a new place; Whether
the present difficulty is purely municipal is nol known, ft may have resulted
from the fact that the party machine
lias heen in the district the past week,
Ull1 after such an event there is usually a bone of contention. This is especially true after the niinislerof the interior has made one of his triumphal
umrs through a district. In this "growing time" there should he suMieient
lor all good Liberals.
It is said that Hugh .John Macdonald is to be the Conservative leader in
the house of Commons, and that Nat
Boyd will resign in Macdonald constituency to give him a scut. Sincetlie
death of Sir John Thompson the party
has not had a leader who had the respect. "I the masses. Hugh John will
command the respect of all classes of
t ue Conservative party, not so much because he is the "Id chieftain's son. but
ou acount of his personal qualities,
MILLER BROS,
Expert..
Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTERS, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
DJCAJJHUI IN
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
A. F. ��& A. M.
(IREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M.,
G. R. m. c. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government, street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. H. BLACK, W. M        R. F. COATES, Secv.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN     FEDERATION   OF   MINERS-
The  Greenwood   Branch   o(   the   Federation
meets hereafter   In Union hail, Silver street,
i at 7:30 p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. II. KANE, Beoratary
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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	
Any Suit in the Store for One-Half
...the Marked Price..
J. F. RODGERS,
Clarendon
Block
K. OF P.
flREENWOOD LODGE NO. 20, K. OF P els
every Wednesday evening ut 7 ::ui in ihe Masonic hall, Greenwood.    Sojourning  brethren
cordially Invited.    .1. II. \l A( FA l< LAN K, l    (���
ED, HlltNIE, K.K. ft S.
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People wdio are accustomed to smoking
*he high grade, time honored brands of
In bis  speech   Tuesday,  night S, S.
Taylor, Q. C. of Nelson,   in^referring to
Tartar.
TARTAR is a deposit of animal j
and mineral matter, precipitated from the fluids of the
mouth on the teeth. So_ietimes it
accumulates in such large quantities as completely to incrust them.
It imparts to the teeth a greenish,
yellowish, darkish and sometimes a
white color. Its effects on the teeth
are always injurious.
When once allowed to become
crusted with tartar, no one can
thoroughly clean his own teeth, because he can neither see where the
masses are nor can he use the
proper instruments for their re-
removal. The work can only he
done by the dentist. Everyone,
then, should visit his dentist at
least twice each year, for cleaning
and examination of his teeth.
The question is often asked, if
cleaning the teeth with instruments
does not injure the enamel, or if
they are not so irritated as to cause
disease, and perhaps instances are
cited in which teeth of a friend
have, in their imagination, been led
to decay because of the work done
on them by some dentist in cleaning.
It is undoubtedly true, that when
teeth are cleaned cavities of decay
that were masked by tartar are uncovered, but the cause existed before. The decay of which the
patient complains was not caused,
but revealed by the cleaning.
Neither the medicines nor the
instruments employed by a good
dentist will in any case injure the
teeth.
OR.  R. HATHISON.
m* e\\
Ladies call and see |
: the bargains we are |
| giving in Trimmed |
I Hats. We have just |
| received a swell assort = ��
| ment of
...fyavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
TIIK  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
(IF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
Clarendon Hotel Block.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager, ' '���wfirmfo,**
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now located on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
��_�� _r    YEARS
OU    EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tr-
do correct, work.
Canadian
...Pacific
OYSTERS
The  Oyster Season is  about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BURNS & CO.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE 4 4
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
Sewing Machines for Rent
O.I.C."
NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE
A. L,. White & Co.
Opposite Sprott rSr Macpherson's.
And Soo Line
First-class sleepers on all trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<^__     Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmorc Junction daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and Thursdays for Toronto.  Bantu cars
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
j TRAINS DEPART.
14:35    j  For Rossland,   Nelson, Kaslo, Ban-
i Ex. Sun. t don, etc., and all eastern points via
Crows Nest route, connecting at
West Kobson for Nakusp. Revel-
stoke. Main line aud  Pacific Coast,
lb'A5    i  For Midway, where stage connec-
Ex. Sun. (   tiOD is made for Koek Creek, Camp
MeKinney and Colville reservation
points.
For time tables, rates and  full  Iniorraatlon
call on or add res nearest local agent, or
E. R. 1U-I>PATII. E, .1. COYLE,
Agent, Greenwood.       \. G. P. A., Vane.
W. F. ANDERSON.
T. P. A..Neifon
The gem restaurant
���d LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
��� Lunches Put Up. **
Meals at All Hours.
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MILLINERY TRIMMINGS
i Birds'
Established 1686.
Incorporated 1895.
Wings,  Fancy |
: Feathers, etc. \
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���S !:
I We have a frncy line s
\ of Shirt Waists. Also |
:| something nobby in |
I plaids for fancy waists |
i| P- S.���In Men's goods we are j| j
i| Selling at Cost. Call and see ��:!
;? for yourself. |j
I   G. F. Williams'   I
���s %
i The Up-to-Date Store :
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McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON. W. T.
VANCOUVER. B. C
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
1 1 i r.rx'.-f a n��i~? ibon, steel, glass, oils,
M A WI ) VV A K fc, paints, metals, stoves
1 '^-'V-* ������  ^-*V*-�� TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.    .
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contractors, Lumbermen, Etc   .   ,
AGENTS FOR
1 Giant Powder Co.,
[Fairbanks Scales
> Bennett's BnRlish Fuse
Majestic Steel Ranires
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark "SUNSET.'
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GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
AT MOST
REASONABLE<^_
RATES....
CALL ANl> INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
; Certificate  of Improvements Notice.
IRON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
j Situate in tlie Kettle river Mining Division
] of Yale District. Where located -In Dcad-
' wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
1 l    Gold Bed mineral claims.
Take notice that we, Elwood C Brown, of
' 'ireenwood, in the same district, Free Miner's
'Certificate No. 1:29,578, and William Graham
' McMvnn. of the same place, Free Miner's Cer-
'' tincate No. i!_f,lol, intend, sixty days from the
' | date bereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder
' [Tor a certificate oi Improvements, for the juir-
' , pose of obtaining aCTOWn grant of the above
'   claim.
' ;     And further take notice  that  action  under
'.section :(7,  must be commenced   before   the
'   issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
'       Dated this Mth day of September, A.  D. 1900.
ELWOOD GHAKNING  MKOWX.
'    38 WILLIAM GRAHAM   McMVN'N n-
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
MR. SIFTON SPEAKS
doubted. There ia no possible way in
which labor can more clearly say that
they do not want legislation of that
kind than to accuse us of thereby trying
to catch their votes, and the effect will
be in accordance. It is said that the
government regards it of great importance that a Liberal candidate should be
returned from Yale-Cariboo, but in my
opinion it would suit uh better if an opposition candidate wore returned from
this riding.'because the requirements of
co large a constituency could then be
easily overlooked. The constituency is
the mots important in Canada with regard to mineral wealth, but it is a mistake to suppose that your verdict will
make any difference to the government.
You will give me credit tor coming here
because Mr. Galliher is eiritled to my
support, and because I wished to acquire a little more knowledge concerning the wants of this province._
At the present time Mr. Tarte is receiving a great deal of attention from
tlie press. It ir said that Mr. Laurier
has been returned to power by his
countrymen from Quebec, but with the
exception of Ontario every portion, taken
geographically, has given large majorities for the government. In Manitoba
and tlie Northwest territories we have
seven seats out of eleven. In British
Columbia we have Aulay Morrison and
Ralph Smith, the latter will give the
government a general support. In the
maritime provinces the Liberals have a
large majority. Therefore, for the next
live years, Laurier's government will
represent tlie whole of Canada. In Quebec we readily admit that many have
voted for Laurier because he is a French
Canadian. They have every reason to
be proud of Laurier. But all Canadians
have reason to he prcud of him, so it is
not strange that French Canadians
should want Laurier at the head of the
government. In Quebec the main issue
was not tlie trade and railway policy
hut was the policy of Laurier and his
government with regard to closer relations withe mother land. The Conservatives criticized Laurier on his trade
policy witli Great Britain, and also attacked him on the subject of sending
troops to Africa. They tried to work up
Quebec against him and failed. The
French people upheld Laurier's imperial
policy. I wish to call your attention to
a few of the main points of the government policy on which we have been attacked. We are said to have broken
our promises with regard to our financial adninistration, in that we had unduly increased the expenditure of the
country. One paper said that our annual expenditure exceeded $-10,000,000;
tlie next taking up the cry said $00,000,-
000; the next $75,000,000, and then
$100,000,000. The last statement was
probably made by a paper run under
the name of Tupper. The Toronto
World, noticing these discrepancies,
said that the amounts should not be
varied. If all would say $00,000,000 and
stick to it the people would believe it,
The actual financial conditions are
these . There are two kinds of expenditure���annual and capital. On capital
expeuditureonly the interest is charged.
Annual expenditure is harder to control
as it represents the actual running expenses of the country. Last year it
reached $42,500,000. The Conservatives
point out that it was only $37,000,00 at
the close of 1800, therefore they say we
have increased the expenditure by
$5,000,000. But in 189(1 the Conservatives did not expend the necessary
amount to carry on the business of the
country. They cut down the expenses
by not making an appropriation for annual drill of the militia, and necessary
repairs to public works and buildings.
This was not an economy, as it cost
more latei on to repair these mistakes,
The finance iDlnjstei brings down estimates at the beginning of every session
which contain nearly everything, and
supplementary estimate-' near the close
of the session. In 189(1 Mr. Foster
brought down estimates and prepared
supplementary estimates. These together amounted to over $43,000,000,
so that the Conservative party showed
that this amount was necessary, and if
they lad remained in power their
expenditure would have been greater
than ours.
On coming into power we found that
the Intercolonial railway terminated at
Levis, opposite Que! ec. This railway
is the largest single government enterprise in the country. We found it in a
bad way financially. It cost $55,000,000
and was not payiog interest or running
expenses. Prior to 1893 id did not come
within $3,000,000 of paying expenses. It
could only tike traffic on such terms as
the C. P. R. and Grand Trunk were
prepaied to offer. These railways did
not give very favorable terms. The late
government had made traffic arrangements witli the C. I'. R. and the Grand
Trunk. The agreement in substance
mis this: When the traffic was not of
any particular value the Intercolonial
not it. otherwise the C. P. R.and ftrand
Trunk got the traffic. The railway had
to be extmided to Montreal and this has
heen the cause of the contention between the C. P. R. and the government.
Our opponents have not been able to
pick out one particular department
where expenses were greater than they
had been. In my own department
$235,000 was expended in 1891), and although the business has increased three
times and the revenue seven times, the
expenditures remain about the same.
In the postoffice department the deficit
was $750,000 and has been brought
down to $50,000. It is imposible to
find any financial mismanagement under
the Laurier government. While the
Conservative government was in power
the public debt increased forty-three
millions. In the four years of Liberal
rule the public debt has increased less
than a million and a half per year.
The increase in the public debt must be
decided by the amount of trade of the
country. While the Conservatives were
in power the public debt increased
faster than the trade of the country,
and faster than the revenue. The public
debt is now increasing much less rapidly
than the trade of the country and the
revenue.
In 1897 Tupper predicted that the
country would be ruined. He said that
Mr. Fielding's course would do a great
wrong to Canada. On one occasion,
when Laurier as leader of the opposition, attended a banquet given by the
Toronto board of trade, Mr. Foster,
when called on to speak, tried to prove
that the country was in a prosperous
condition by giving a great number of
figures. Laurier, in reply, said that
when the Liberal party canieinto power
people would not need figures to prove
that they were prosperous, but. would
only need to put their hands in their
pockets to know it. This prediction has
since heen .'made true. In the whole
country it is conceded that Canada is
more prosperous than ever before. Both
parties now declare it, even Tapper and
Foster joining in.
It is the duty of the government to
develop the country and to obviate the
necessity of young men leaving it, and
so long as 1 may be a member of the
government, I will always be in favor of
a policy of progress, no matter what,
portion of this country may be in question.
^niiiiimhtmmtiiiUlitaMMiUiUiiiiMr^
Cunningham & Andersen |
m . i
ELECTRICAL 3
CONSTRUCTION ��
AND SUPPLIES     =
Mine Installation %
a Specialty.
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo., %
Etc. House Wiring and Dyn. \:
.mo Repairing. ;
GREENWOOD, B. C.  1
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For Sale.
Safe
Naden
for
sale.    Apply
to
Geotge
R.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & GRADDOCK
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS
PLANS FURNISHED AND ESTIMATES MADE.
...Jobbino Promptly ATTUNnED To..���
Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
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20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
J-jj-INCIl DIAMETER,
FOR SALE AT
...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per 100 feet.   Just received from England.
������"������������������������������������ Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box 676 P. O. Nelson, B. C.
ROPE
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER AMD JOB* HASSE.
Take notice that I have caused to be done on
the White Horse mineral claim situate in Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
of Yale district, British Columbia, the work required bv section 34, of the Mineral Act for the
year which has expired, and have expended
For such work and for recording the certificate
thereof the sum of $102.50, and that if, at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
first publication of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of such expendituce,
namely, the sum of ?2").62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
minervdclaim sEall be liable to forfeiture ns
provided by ihe "Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1000."
Dated this 3rd dav of October, 1000.
B. L. WOOD.
BUY A LOT IN
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THE SMELTER ADDITION
'"      To.
BOUNDARY
FALLS . . .
For information concerning
Terms and Prices, Apply to
Em F. MASSAM,
Room 7, Rendell block,
GREENWOOD.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
;,f All Kinds of Carbonated jBeverages,
Sole Agents for THE LION BREWING CO., Rowland B. C.
The LnrgBBl Brewery in BritiHli Columbia
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BLANKETS!
This week you will have an opportunity to take advantage of extremely
low prices on Blankets and Quilts,
These cold nights must have reminded
you that a pair of good blankets would
be useful.
At no better time could this offer
have been presented to you and never in
the history of the town could you buy
them cheaper.
Our English Lamb's Wool ts a new
warm and comfortable blanket in gray
or white. Regular price $1.50, for
$1.25. The Empress, all wool white
blanket, large size, for $3.25.
RENDELL & CO. I
5?
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THE   BEST    BEER   IN'   TOWN    IS   MADE    MY    THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
ASK   FOR
glkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRON IS E
HOME
TNDUSTRY.
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
The Elkhorn  Lager   Beer   contains
'inly pure Mult nnd
Hops,   Try it!
!i I- kept en
l.rfau|ilil or in Bottles b) nil tin- l.e,-,.I
ng  Hotels ii,   tlii.
District
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
,!�� NO r��*E ADVEHTISINC
BEST OK  j OH PRINTING
f��e... * ......
the Greenwood Weekly
Uliner.       ���
$2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
IF YOU WANT!��"��
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
*c.
*L.
mc
mh
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COME  TO   THC   MINE"   (IKiPr
Wl: USE GOOD PRPCR AMD INK
,\NI) < ll/VIXil": VOU TOR II	
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ONLY  riFiST  CLASS WONKMIN
EMPLOY CO
IT  VOU   WANT  CHEAP WORK  SEND
EAST  FOB  IT
JAS, McCREATH & CO., Proprietor..: ^rVWWWWWfVWW       ��       MJMMMPMMMMA^
as THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
Photographic
..Album..
Flexible, for Unmounted
Photographs.
If you are making a collection of pictures
from a
..KODAK..
Yon cannot afford to lie without one of our albums.
FINISH���Cut cloth, aenuine
Seal Leather, Keratol, Paper
Covers, etc.
SIZE���Anv size you wish from
3^x4^ to 11x14 inches.
Price, from 20c to $5.
SMITH & McRAE
Books, Stationery and
Wall Papers.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
The sidewalk in front of the Rendoll
block has been lowered to street grade.
Next Wednesday evening, 28th inst.,
Greenwood lodge, No. 29, K. of P, will
eleqt officers. All members are requested to attend.     	
The supper for the K. of P. ball on
the 5th December will be served in the
Pacific cafe. Arrangements are being
made by Dallas & Co. to seat 150 guests.
Jas. McNicol of Midway was called
home to Glasgow, Scotland, last week
by a cablegram stating that his mother
was dangeroasly ill.
Atwood & Thompson, general feed
merchants, have sold out their business
to Cropley & McNeill. Mr. Thompson
leaves next week for Nelson to go into
the retail grocery business. Mr. Atwood will remain in Greenwood as
manager for Smith & McLeod.
Evening classes will be opened in the
upper room of the public school building, Greenwood, on Monday, the 10th of
December. The work will be carried
on in three courses, calculated to serve
the convenience of proposing students.
Monday and Wednesday of each week
will be devoted to mathematics, in
which course the elements of arithmetic
will be taught in their relation to the
practice of bookkeeping, mensuration,
etc. Some practice in mental arithmetic,
will also be added. Tuesday and Thursday will be devoted to the study of
modern history, Canadian history holding a central position throughout. Passing reference will also be made to some
of the more salient features of British
history. This course throughout is intended not only to add much to the
student's practical knowledge of history,
but indirectly also to develop some
power intelligent expression. Friday
sessions will be devoted exclusively to
the study of grammar and its relevant
branches of composition, correspondence, No pains will be spared to make
the course instructive. Some personal
attention will be given to individual
pupils and for all a practical result will
be aimed at. The combined course will
occupy five months. The fee for the
single mathematical course, i. e., two
nights per week, for five months, will be
$10. The fee for the course in history
$10, and that for thecourse in grammar,
$8; mathematical and historical course,
$15; either of the above with grammar,
$14; full course, including all, $20. For
fuller particulars apply personally to D.
McD. Hunter.
Jut opened out a shipment of
Fancy China
Imported direct from the Potteries of England.
Prions te Suit
Everybody.,..
Xmas Crlendars, Toys, etc., and
all thing! suitable for Xmas
Gifts arriving Daily
j.T COLES \
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rR instruction on the
Violin, Piano, Mandolin, etc., see Prof. Kauff-
mann.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store.
Filling the Teeth.
WHEN any part of the tooth becomes affected by decay the
only remedy is to remove
that portion and supply the place
with a material that may be so
manipulated that it will become
solid, impervious to the action of
air or moisture, resist the force of
mastication and serve as an artificial
enamel
The comfort of a pure breath and
wholesome saliva, the agreeable
effect produced on others by the
exhibition of a clean and healthy
mouth, the advantage of the teeth
in vocaliszation, the favorable impression made upon the general
health by the ability thoroughly to
masticate the food, exemption from
the sufiering incident to diseased
organs and the possibility of the
preservation and usefulness of the
teeth till advanced life, are reasons
sufficient, it would be thought, to
induce everyone to pay that attention to the mouth which would
secure such results.
Their liability to decay, and the
fact that, unlike other portions of
the body, the teeth are not endowed
with the power to repair injury or
replace lost tissue, so that when
decay has destroyed any portion of
their structure there is no possibility
of its restoration, are most urgent
reasons why they should receive intelligent and earnest care.
The habit of dental service once
established, the individual should
visit the dentist several times each
year ; and though the teeth may
be found perfect, the satisfaction of
having the dentist tell you this is
agreeable. A grain of prevention
in the care of the teeth at the proper
time���when there are only minor
defects���is better than an ounce of
gold after they have been neglected
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.
���.Geenwood Hotel..
PICART & SIMPSON
Proprietors
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SILVER STREET.
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Code   "Morelng k Heal,    o
Cable Address   "Maori."
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Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AGBINCY...
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
.TO LET...
BtnXDIHG Suitable lor
Stores or offices. Lot on
Copper   Street,   business
Centre.
Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMEHT.
Jo
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GREENWOOD, B. C.
\JUUUL��JU.BJ_iJUU^
NOTICE.
We beg to notify the public of Greenwood
and vicinity that Mr. W. L. Leonard is no longer
acting in the capacity of selling agent for us in
the vicinity of Greenwood or elsowhere.
WATEROUS ENGINE WORKS, CO., LTD.
Brantford.Ont
2 The Host Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North
-: America-    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
gj-g-g Sanitarium
��������
...Resident Physician and Nurse..
eee��
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telegraphic communication with aU parte of the world.   Two mails arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:   $15 to $18 per week according to residence in Hotel or Villas O
Its Raths cure all nervous and muscular diseases.    Its waters  heal all Kidney, Live
and Stomach Ailments.   The baths and water eliminate all
metul poisons from the system.
-The price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood and   Halcyon
good for Thirty Days and obtainable all the year round is 111.III.
good i
THE IMPERIAL
..HOTEL.. =
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper md Deadwood SI.., Greenwood, B. O.
....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
���������t
THE   CANADIAN
Agents for the Bullock Diamond Drills
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc
OREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Head Office, T0R0HT0.
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Plcmhbr.
..DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
OREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN VOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
Munro's,
Next Door to
BANNERMAN'8.
COPPER STREET.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail routo between all
points East, West and South to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Oreat Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo:;!!:' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Daily for
GRAHD FORKS and GREEHWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. SI, 1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows)
Leave Spokane 10:45 p. m.
Leave Northport  5:60 a. m.
Arrive Rossland  7:30a. m.
Leave Kossland 11:0u p. m.
Leave Northport 12:4(1 a. m.
Arrive Spokane  7:03 a. m.
(Trains Nos. 33 and 34 night train.
E. A. JACKS0R,
Gen. Fau. Agent
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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