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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 45.
Greenwood, B. C, Saturday, November 10, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
THE NEW MACHINERY
Now Being  Installed in the
Mother Lode Mine.
MOST   COMPLETE IN   DISTRICT
A Description of the Splendid Plant
The B. C. Copper Company
Is Now Putting In.
When, in the summer of 1898, the
British Columbia Copper company of
New York bent in the power plant that
has since done good work in connection
with the opening up of its Mother Lode
mine, situate within a short distance of
Greenwood, it enjoyed the distinction
of then owning the largest mining plant
in the Boundary district. That plant
was brought in under considerable difficulties. Its total weight was about 85
tons and it was no easy task to haul it
70 miles, that being the distance between Marcus, where it was taken off
the railway cars, and the mine. The expense, too, was considerable,��� wagon
freight charges from Marcus having
totalled about $3,000. Reference was
made to this plant in last week's issue
but now that a new and much larger
plant is being installed, it will be of interest to' note as well what machinery
has hitherto been in use at this mine.
This was as follows: Two 60-horse power
horizontal return tubular boilers, 18 x 24
Ingersoll-Sergeant straight line air compressor, an air'receiver 48 inches by 10
feet, two 8}4 Little Giant and three E
24 drills, a 7}�� x 10 hoisting engine, two
5x8 Bacon hoisting engines, a 10-horse
power Dake engine and blower, a No. 5
Cameron sinking pump, one i% x '1% x
4 and one 3x2x3 boiler feed pumps, a
Lawrie feed water heater, a 10 horse
power Lively electric light engine and
dynamo, a safety platform cage, ten
ore cars, etc. Most of this plant was
set up, buildings erected and all ready
to start work by the end of September,
1895.
More extensive development work
and the putting out of a large quantity
of ore for treatment at the smelter in
course of erection at Greenwood, requiring greater power than that already
provided at the mine, an order was
given to the James Cooper Manufacturing company of Montreal to supply the
following new machinery and plant: A
cross compound condensing Corliss-valve
Ingersoll-Sergeant air compressor, with
compounded air end and inter-cooler;
high and low pressure steam cylinders,
22-inch and 40-inch diameter respectively, air cylinders of the piston inlet
type, high and low pressure, 19)^ inch
and 32J��-inch respectively and 48 inch
���troke, the machine having a capacity
of 30 to 40 drills and weighing 166,000
pounds ; two 66 x 16 horizontal tubular
boilers, each 100 horse power for 125
pounds working pressure, and to have
horizontal smoke connection and one
stack; a 54-inch x 12-foot air receiver;
a feed-water heater of sufficient capacity
for 350-horse power boilers; 10 E 24
drills; two double-screw and ton single-
screw columns with arm and chimp;
two iron safety platform cages with
safety device and shield roof; two 6-foot
sheavo wheels; 1,500 feet of \% inch
wire rope, and twelve steel ore cars with
McAskill wheels and axles. Most of
this new machinery has now been received at the mine, and it is anticipated
that it will be in place and ready for
use about the middle of December, by
which time the large new hoisting engine should also have been received and
be in courseof installation. A Robins belt
conveyor and other ore-sorting appli
ances are also on their way in. A new
gallows frame is being built. This is to
be about 60 feet in height. Buildings
to house the new machinery are cither
already completed or will shortly be
erected. When all shall have been got
into working order the Mother Lode
mine will once again enjoy the distinction of being more extensively equipped
with modern mining machinery and appliances than any other mine in the
Boundary district
The significance that attaches to
thoroughly experienceu and wealthy
mining operators, who are also engaged
in large mining and smelting enterprises in other parts of the North American continent, showing such confidence
in the mineral resources of the imme
diate neighborhood of Greenwood as to
expend between $400,000 and $500,000 in
opening up and equipping one mine and
a smelter to treat .its ore product, is
much greater and of far more material
benefit to the district than bushels of
"glittering generalities" could possibly
produce. That " nothing succeeds like
success" is a well-worn adage, but it is
nevertheless as trite and true as ever,
and since the British Columbia Copper
company has beyond all reasonable
doubt made a mine of the Mother Lode,
and a big mine at that, it is perfectly
legitimate to direct attention to the success that is attending their enterprise
and to suggest that other individuals or
organizations have equally good chances
of obtaining and successfully developing
valuable mining properties, provided
sufficient capital be available and it be
expended under the direction of competent men fully qualified for mining
work.	
W. Y. WILLIAMS' TEIP.
Mr. W. Yolen Williams, manager of
the companies of the Miner-Graves syndicate, is at the Allan, having returned
from a month's visit to the mining centers of the United States. Mr. Williams was taking a month's holiday and
put in the time pleasantly in visiting
the leading camps for the purpose of
learning the latest wrinkles in mining.
In speaking of his trip yesterday Mr.
Williams said that he went from here to
Butte, where he saw mining on an extensive scale in the famous mines of that
camp. He also visited the smelter,
where thousands of tons of ore are reduced each day. Butte, he says, is certainly a wonderful mining camp, and
the mines and smelters are furnished
with the best of machinery. Next Mr.
Williams visited Salt Lake City, and
from there made trips to Bingham canyon and Park City. In the latter place
there are silver mines, stamp mills,
sampling works, etc. He also visited
other mining camps in Utah. From
Utah Mr. Williams journeyed to Denver. It was twenty-two years since he
had before visited Denver. When he
was there before the place had a population of 30,000, while now it has 135,-
00. It is now a handsome metropolitan city. From Denver he went to
Colorado Springs and passed several
very pleasant days there. Then he visited Cripple Creek and Victor. In the
vicinity of these two towns there has
sprung up since 1891 large mining communities and a section which produces
$20,000,000 in gold per annum. Mr.
Williams says there are some wonderfully rich mines there. Next he visited
Idaho Springs in Clear creek county.
From Denver he left for home and arrived here after having been absent for
a little over a month. There was a great
deal of excitement over the election in
nearly all of the 'owns which he visited.
This was particularly the case at Butte,
were the matters political were at a
fever heat.
In speaking about smelters, he said he
inspected a number while he was away,
but none of them were better equipped
for the economical handling of ore than
the Granby smelter at Grand Forks.
Still, he said, he had picked up quite a
number of new ideas while he was away
which would be valuable to him in conducting operations on the several mines
under his charge.
Mr. Williams said he was much
pleased with the way the mines of the
Miner-Graves syndicate in their Phoenix camp were turning out. It had
been demonstrated that the ores of the
Knob Hill and Old Ironsides could be
treated at a profit. With increased experience and the handling of the ores
and with the most economical methods,
conducted on a larger scale and with enlarged smelter facilities and the addition of a refining plant the profit could
and would be eonsiderably enlarged.
One thing was certain and this is the
fact that the ore yields a profit with the
present facilities at the company's command, and it was a great satisfaction to
have this demonstrated to the wiseacres who predicted failure and loss in
the attempt to mine and reduce the low
grade ores of the Boundary at a profit.
���Rossland Miner.
The U. S. ELECTIONS.
The presidential election in the U. S.
on Tuesday last resulted in a sweep for
the Republicans. McKinley carried
27 states with an electoral vote of 292,
and Bryan 17 states wish an electoral
vote of 155.
" Brain and Brawn " is the subject
of the sermon for Sunday evening in
the Methodist church,
IrfTiffiSIIIIILKAlllEEN
Percy  Godenrath Gives His
Opinion of the District.
SOME CLAIMS IN CAMP HEDLE Y
Description of a Nunber of the
Properties Now Being
Worked.
The announcement made by Hon. J.
H. Turner, minister of finance, when
recently in Greenwood, that the provincial government had in view the construction of a railway from the Boundary to Penticton, at the foot of Okanogan lake, so as to connect with the C. P.
R. service on that lake and its branch
from the north end to Sicamous on the
main line, has again directed attention
to the possibilities of the mineral resources of that section of the Yale district known generally as the Similka-
meen. One of the most enthusiastic believers in the richness of the many
camps of the Similkameen district is
Frank Bailey. With a view to directing attention to this district Mr. Bailey
has published an accurate map of a part
of the Similkameen, embracing a dozen
or more of the best known camps. In
���peaking of the district to a representative of the Miner, he said: " I anticipate much travel next year into the
Similkameen. The past season many
claims have been partially developed,
and an effort made to attract capital our
way. Already a number of townsites
have been placed on the market, such
as Keremeoa, Olalla, Princeton and
Similkameen City, and with the opening up of the country they are bound to
forge ahead.
" One of the best known camps, situated as it is in the heart of the district,
is Camp Hedley. The most important
property in this camp on which steady
development has been in progress for
many months, and which is shortly to
have a thoroughly equipped mining
plant in operation, is the Nickel Plate
mine. It was located late in the fall of
1898. Shortly after it was examined
by J. O'Toole, Marcus Daly's expert,
who secured a twelve month's bond on
a basis of $60,000. K.M.Rogers is in
charge of the development, and before
the bond had expired showed up over
$100,000 worth of ore. There are three
veins on the claim, one of which is said
to average $60 per ton. In Camp Hedley most of the properties are surveyed,
and a great many are crown-granted.
Among the most important groups in
this camp beside the Nickel Plate might
be mentioned the Climax, Hollo, Ironsides, Draw, Red Mountain, Wellington, Florence and Oro Plato, all on the
east side of Twenty-Mile creek; the
Ready Cash, Roadsides, Red Chief, Copper King, Jubilee and Maim V., and
many others are on the west of the Indian reserve and Twenty.Mile creek.
"Camp Hedley is easily reached from
Similkameen City, which is situated on
the main wagon road 23 miles southeast
of Princeton and 22 miles northwest of
Keremeoa. This place is already the
center of a large mining industry and as
development progresses the population
will grow. Its location is an excellent
one, comprising several large flats,
which extend from the base of the
mountains in a fan-shaped area en a
gentle slope to the Similkameen river.
There is also an abundance of pure creek
water for domestic purposes. The
townsite company is installing a sawmill plant and making extensive preparations to build up the place.
"The adjacent mining belt is about
80 miles in width ; running for over 40
miles in a northwest and southeast direction���from Copper mountain to Bullion mountain, and including Camp
Hedley, Stirling camp, Pearson's camp,
and 20, 18, 16 and 15-mile creeks; all of
which are distinguished not only by the
number of a first-class mining properties, but by the large extent of ore in
sight and the high grade of their minerals. The ores of the district are
chiefly arsenical iron, which in Camp
Hedley runs high in values in gold and
silver, but in the other camps mentioned
the ores are chiefly chalcopyrite carrying good gold values. Stirling creek,
Pearson's and Stray Horse camps are
principally copper camps, whereas Camp
Yuniman is nearly all quartz, carrying
free gold in paying quantities.   The cop
per ores are usually combined with
sufficient lime, silicn and iron to make
them self-fluxing. There are good
smelter sites in ('amp Hedley, and as
the mountain sides are very steep, being
on a 60 per cent slope on 20-mile creek,
all the ores will eventually be treated
in the valley below Similkameen City,
which adjoins the Indian reservation.
CR0PLEY-J0HNST0N.
On Wednesday last Alderman George
Cropley of Greenwood and Miss Lilly
Johnston of Winnipeg, Man., were mar-
riedatthe residence of Duncan McKay,
of Anaconda. The ceremony was performed by Rev. B. H. Balderstou. Mr.
and Mrs. D. McKay assisted the couple
through the ceremony. An excellent
repast was furnished by Mrs. McKay.
The health of the bride and groom was
proposed by Mr. 4McKay. Mr. and
Mrs. Cropley left on the afternoon train
forJNelson. The many friends fn Greenwood of Mr. and Mrs. Cropley will wish
them a happy married life Mr. and
Mrs. Cropley will reBide on Silver street.
A LIBERAL VICTORY.
The elections resulted in the Laurier
government being returned with an in
creased majority. In Ontario and Manitoba the Couservatives gained, and in
the other provinces there were Liberal
gains, with the exception of British Columbia. Following are the complete returns:
Ontario.
Lib.      Con.
Addington���Bell   1
Algotna���(Postponed)	
Hothwell���Gordon    1
Brant, 8.��� Heyd    1
Brockvtlle-Culbert  1
Bruce, E.���Carglll  1
Bruce, N.���Campbell..    1
Bruce, W.���Tolmic    1
Cardwell���Johnson  1
Carleton���Kidd  1
Cornwall and 8tormont���Pringle  I
Dundas���Broiler  1
Durham, E.~Ward  1
Durham, W.-Belth    1
Elgin, E.���Ingram  1
Elgin, W.���McGulgah   i
Essex, N.���Sutherland     1
Essex, 8.���Cowan    1
Frontcnac���Calvin    I
Glengarry���Scholl    1
Grenville,S.~Rcid  l
Grey, K.���Bproule  1
Grey, N.���Horsey     1
Grey, 8.- Richardson  1
Haldcman and Monck���Thompson...    1
Halton���Henderson  ]
Hamilton���Barker  1
Hamilton���Bruce  1
Hastings, E.���Northrup  1
Hastings, N.���Carscallau  1
Hastings, W.���Corby  1
Huron, E.���McDonald    1
Huron, 8.���McEwcn    1
Huron. W.���Holmes    1
Kent���Stephens    I
Kingston���Britton    1
Lambton, E.���Simmons  l
Lanark. N".    Rosamund    1
1,11 nark, 8.���Haggart  1
Leeds and Grcnvillc, N.���Lavallo  1
Leeds, 8.���Taylor  1
Lonnox���Wilson  1
Lincoln and Niagara���Lancaster  1
London���Hyman    1
Middlesex, E.-Gilmour  1
Middlesex, N.-8herlltt    1
Middlesex, 8.  -McGuigan    1
Middlesex, W.-Calvert    1
Muskoka and P. Sound -McCormlck ... 1
Nipisslng   (Postponed)	
Norfolk, N,���Charlton    1
Norfolk, S.-Tlsdall  1
Northumberland, W���MeColl    l
Northumberland, E.-Cochrane  1
Ontario, N���McLeod  1
Ontario, 8.���Rosa    1
Ontario, IV. -Gould    1
Ottawa   llcleourt     1
Oliawa-Blrkctt   1
oxford, n. Sutherland    1
Oxford, s.  Oartiight   i
Peel -Htaln  1
Perth, N.   McLaren  1
Perth, H.-Erb    I
Petorboro, E.���Lang    I
Petcrboro, W.-Kendry   . 1
Prescott���Proul    1
P. Edward���Alcon  1
Renfrew, N. - Mackie     1
Renfrew, 8.���Wright    1
Russoll���Edwards    1
Simcoe, E.���Bennett  1
Simcoe, N.���McCarthy    1
Simcoe, S.-Whltesldc    1
Toronto, C���Brock  1
Toronto, E��� Kemp  1
Toronto, W.���Clarke  1
Toronto, W.-Osier  1
Victoria, N.���Hughes  1
Victoria, Vrooman  1
Waterloo, N.���Seagram, A  1
Waterloo, S.���Clare  I
Wellend���German    1
Wellington, C.-M'Gow��n  1
Wellington, N. -Tolton  1
Wellington, S.-Guthrle    1
Wentworth and Brant, N. Patterson   1
Wentworth, 8. -Smith  1
York, E- ���McLean.  1
York, N.���Mulock    1
York.W.  Wallace  4
Quebec.
Argcuteull���Christie  l
Bagot���Marclll  l
Bcauce���Gadbout   1
Beauharuois���Loy  1
Bcllcchasse-Talbot  1
Bcrlhier���Arehambault  1
Bonuventure-Marcie   1
Bromo���Fisher  1
Chanibly-Vereheres���Geffrion  1
Chamblain���Russeau  1
Charlevoix���Angers ,  1
Chateauguay���Brown  1
OhicotliniSagucnay-Postponed	
Compton���Pope	
Dorchester���Mori n.	
Itnurimnii'l and Athabasca Lavergne
ace   1
Gaspe��� Postponed	
Hoehelago���Madore  1
Huntingeon���McLaren  1
Jacques C-irtlor���Monk	
Joilette- Bazfnet            1
Kamouraski���Carroll  1
fmbelle -Bourassa  l
Laprairle-Napierville���Monet  1
L'Assomption���l^turler  1
Laval^-Fortin   1
Levis���Doners   I
L'Islet���Dechene  I
Lotbtniere -Fortie  1
Maisonneuve���Prefontaine  ]
Masklnonge���Legris  1
Megalith;���Turcot  1
Misslsquol��� Meigs  1
Montcalm���Dugas, F. O  1
Monlmagny���Martincau  I
Montmorency���Cnsgrain	
Montreal
St. Anne's���Galley    1
St, Ant nine-Roddick	
fit. James��� Deamarali  t
St. Lawrence -
Illckcrdikc  I
St. Mary's���Tarte  i
NIcolct���Lcduc Ball  ..
Pontiac���Murray  l
Portneuf���Deslisle  1
Quebec, C���Malouin  1
Quebec, E.���I,aurier  1
Quebec, W.-Dobell  1
Quebec County -
Fltzpatrick  1
Richelieu���Bruneau   1
Richmond-Wolfe���Tobin  I
Rimouskl���Ross  1
Rouville���Brodeur  1
St. Hyaclnthe���Bernler  1
St. Johns Iberville
Demers   l
ShefTord���Parmalee  1
Sherbrooke���Mcintosh	
Soulangcs���Bourbonnals  1
Stanstead���Lavell  1
Temiscouata���Gouvreau   1
Terrebonne���Prefontaine  1
Three Rivers, 8t. Maurice���Bureau... I
Two Mountains���Ethier  1
Vaudreuil���Harwood ��� ... 1
Wright���Chainplaln  1
Yamaska���Mlgneault  1
Nova Scotia.
Annapolis���Wade	
Antigoniso- Mclsaac	
Cape Breton-Kendall..
Cape Breton���Johnson..
Colchester���Gourley	
Cumberland- Ixigan	
Digby���Copp	
���iiiyslioro���Fraser	
Halifax -Borden	
Halifax   Roche	
Hants -Russell	
Inverness--McLennan ..
Kings   Borden	
Lu Den berg���Kaul bach..
Pictou -Topper	
Pictou-  Bell	
Iticbmnud -Matheson ..
Shelurile-Quecll.s
Fielding	
Victoria���Ross	
Yarmouth- -Flint	
1
New Brunswick.
Alberts-Lewis	
Carleton���Hale	
Charlotte���Ganon	
Gloucester - rurgcon	
Kent���Le Blanc	
Kings���Fowler	
Northumberland-
Morrissey���	
Hesllgouche- Raid	
St. John City-Hlalr	
St. John City and County   Tucker..
Sunbury.Queens
Wilmot	
Westmoreland
Kmmerson 	
Victoria���Costlgau    ..
York   Gibson	
Manitoba.
Brandon���Hlfton    	
Llsgar   Richardson	
Macdonald -Boyd	
Marquette   Roche	
Provenchcr -La Rlvlers	
Selkirk- M. Creary	
Winnipeg   "Puttee	
British Columbia.
Hurra rd- Postponed	
Westminster-Morrison	
Vancouver--���Smith	
Victoria���Earl	
Victoria���Prior	
Yale-Carl Ihjo -Postjioncd	
Prince Edward Island.
King,s���Hughes      i
Prime, E.���Lcfurgy	
Prince, W.-McLellan    ,
Queen's, K.���MeKinuon	
Queen's, W.���Davis	
Northwest Territories.
Alberta -Oliver     ,
Assiniboia, E.���Lake	
Assiniboia, W���Scott     j
Saskatchewan--Da vis     ,
���Independent Liberal.
During the pnst week the negotiation*
were completed for the amalgamation
of the business of Law & Co., tlfe Rus-
sell Hardware company and Can 1 Held A
Lament. The capital of tin conipt ��y
will be $100.1X10. A brick block v. j, I, ���
built in the spring. The UHliic i.f ;:.���
new (inn will be the Law-Russell-C:utl-
field company and will he under thu
management of W, M. Law. and n ill
be financially one of the strongest business concernsin the Boundarv country, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,   Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-.Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER &
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A.   t.   ASnCrOTt, Representative.
FLOOD-NADEN  BLOCK,
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
n. A. OVB88, II. A.
II. A. QUE8B, U, A.
GUESS BROS.,
M1HIHG EHGINEERS, GREEWWGOD.
Assay, ANALYSES, RbpOBTS.
Cyanide  Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tksts.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday. October 1;",, mails will
arrive and be dispatched as follows: Mails
close for all points east and west at 1 ::iii p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1:80 p. in 1 ::it) p. m.
Anaconda 1 ;80 p. m ,..,1:80p. m.
Deadwood 8:80 a. m 8:110 a. m.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnnlng at tlrecnwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   HATES.
Domestic, One  Year $2.00
Six Months 11,00
Foreign, One Year $2.f>0
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 6 cents per line.
<U NI ON (jj^V A13 EL>
SATl'RDAY, NOVEMBER 111. 190(1.
Thk Rossland Miner, in its issue of
the 2nd inst., comes out in favor of
Chris Foley. As it is generally understood that the Rossland Miner is controlled by F. Aug. Heinze of Butte,
Montana, it is presumed that that astute manipulator of legislative bodies is
responsible for the change In policy of
the Miner. Mr. Hoinze's favors are not
gratuitous as a rule, therefore the question naturally arises as to what use Mr.
Heinze intends to make of Mr. Foley if
the latter is elected. The friendship of
F. Aug. Heinze is a dangerous thing
when extended to a candidate for parliamentary honors This is especially
so when the candidate is a workingman.
Heinze Is said to have made the assertion, after being successful in carrying
his railway bill through the local house,
that he "bought the British Columbia
legislature for $20,000, a less sum than
that for whyih he could buy a jury in
Montana." If Mr. Foley is in any way
connected with such a man he cannot
expect the support of electors who are
nut favorable to the purchase of legislators. Tnis is u matter which Mr. Foley
should endeavor to make quite clear to
the electorate. If he is not in league
with Mr. Heinze the BOO ier the electorate have proof of it the better for Mr.
Foley. The representative of Yule-
Cariboo-Kootenuy must he beyond the
shadow of asuspicion of being dominated
by F. Aug. Heinze or any other foreign
Influeuoe,
The elections in the Dominion on
Wednesday resulted in the return of
the l.aurier government with very little
change in the strength of the two parties
The Conservatives made considerable
gains in Ontario and Manitoba, but this
waB offset by Liberal gains in Quebec
and the Maritime provinces. Both Sir
Charles Tupprr and Hon. (jeorge K.
Foster were defeated. Since the death
of Sir John Thompson the majority of
Conservatives have not been in sympathy
with the leaders of the party, and until
young and more progressive men take
the lead, the party will not be successful
at the polls. In British Columbia the
parties will be about the same as in
1890, with the exception of Nanaimo,
where Kalph Smith was elected. Mr.
Smith is as yet an unknown quantity
and probably will remain so. The election of Aulay Morrison for New Westminster will give general satisfaction to
the younger men on both sides. His
opponent hud outlived his usefulness (if
he ever had any! in the political world.
As expected, Prior and Earl were elected
in Victoria.
The following, taken  from the  Mid
way  Advance of the 5th  inst.,   would
lead readers of that paper to believe
the pyritie smelter is beim; built at or
near Midway: "J. 1'. Harlan, ore purchaser foi the Pyritie Smelting company, who are building a smelter a
short distance east - of the town,
was in Midway last week." The
smelter is being built at Boundary Falls,
about six miles from Midway and three
from Greenwood.
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5    , . . ! _*_	
An act will probably be passed at the
next session of the Dominion parliament
making the study of French compulsory in the public schools of Canada.
A larne number of the  French  must
have voted Liberal in Quebec.
THIS AND THAT.
What curious somersaults politics
teaches a party to perform. Here today
is the Colonist ghingspecial prominence
to a letter of Thos. B. Molnnes, in
which he predicts that the Lanrier government will not be sustained. By the
way, wasn't Thos. R. Mclnnes the name
of a gentleman who was dismissed by
that government because he had formed
the false conclusion that he might
usurp the rights of the people?���The
Vancouver Province.
Thk announcement of the proposed
establishment of a Canadian mint has
not been received with expressions of
gratification by bankers generally.
They claim that it is an unnecessary innovation which will have no effect on
monetary conditions in Canada. The'
question of the effect may be left in the
hands of experts in political economy,
in which peculiar science they will be
able to find arguments for the proof of
almost, any view which may be taken.
What interests the miner more is the
establishment of assay offices where he
can have his gold tested and stamped.
its value marked and settled, without
unnecessary expense and delay, and
without entrusting, to him most important matters, into the hands of unknown, and perhaps untrusted authorities. Bankers argue that gold is only a
product, just as wheat or pork, and that.
when sold out of the country value is received. The farmer does net have to
send his raw product to Washington or
London, or some other foreign city to
find a market, and the miner claims as
clear a right to aid in the advantageous
sale at home of his product, no matter
where its ultimate destination.���Toronto Telegram.
CITY COUNCIL.
All the members of the council were
present Monday night, with the exception of Aldermen Cropley and Sharpe
McDonald it Johnson, barristers of
Nelson, notified the council that they
wished $500 of the Waterland plunder
be reserved for them.    Filed.
Wm. Graham of the South End
grocery asked permission to lay a crossing in front of his store. Referred to
street committee,
It was moved by Alderman Sullivan,
seconded by Alderman Galloway, that
the certified cheque of $5,000 given by
the Tramway company be placed to a
trust account.
The finance committtee's report was
accepted, and the treasurer's report for
the quarter ending September 30 was
received and filed.
It was decided to advertise the usual
notice re householder's qualifications,
and also notice to delinquent taxpayers.
The clerk was allowed $25 for office
expenses.
| The Ladies' Fashionable
1 ...Store...
A Real Nice Line of Shirt
Waists, the very Latest  Styles
and Shades.
$ We also carry a full line of Tailor
:; Made Costumes and something
'5     nobby in Jackets	
I THE STRAIGHT
I       FRONT CORSETS
I   I
5 if you want something swell in Trim- s��
:E mlngm you (''111 K/*t them at >i 1 ��� i>r 5-
'Z Bargain*   All to be had at ;t
I   G.F.Williams'   I
if The Up-to-Oatc Store ��:
HALF PRICE
Clothing Sale Now
Going On. ���=
�����������
Desiring to turn a portion of our Clothing Stock
into Ready Cashj*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
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People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...fiavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment, when they are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
A. F. & A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M., *
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. 8. BLACK, W. M       R. F. COATE8, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
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	
ISewing Machines for Rent
O.I.C."
NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE      ^
A. U. White & Co.
Opposite Sprott & Maopherson's.
Selling Out
Sheet Music, La" !J
test Vocal and.. !��
Instrumental
Music....
At Half Price During October
Also Big Collection  of Waltzes,
Marches, Songs and Two-Stens, at
", 10 and 15c; worth from 2'5c to
1.00.      .      .      .
.Greenwood Music Store
The OEM RESTAURANT  | Open Day and Night.
^LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., revnwood.
�� Lunches Put Up. j-
% Meals at All Hours.
0	
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Established 1886.
Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
DAWSON. W. T.
VANCOUVER, B. C
IMPORTERS AHD JOBBERS OF
I hardware mm$m J
9s We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills, *
$ Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contractors, Lumbermen, Etc   .   .       J
i Giant Powder Co.,
AGENTS FOR > Fairbanks Scales
) Bennett's Bnglish Fuse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperlne
H Registered Trademark "SUBSET."
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINER8-
The Greenwood Branch ol the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at7:80  p. m. every Saturday evening.
if. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday e\ening at 7:30 in the Masonic hall, Greenwood. Sojonrr.ing brethren
cordially invited. F. T. ABBOTT, C. C.
ED. BIRNIE, K.B. <4S.
McElmon
THE watchmaker
Is now located on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools U-
do correct work.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
%-INCH DIAMETER.
FOR SALE AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:  $13.00
Per 100 feet.   Just received from England.
���������������������������. Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,  Box 076 P. O. Nelson, B. C.
ROPE
Canadian
...Pacific
And Soo Line
First-elans sleepers on all trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
��^>^     Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmore Junction daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and  Thursdays for Toronto.   Same cars
pass RevelBtoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TRAINH DEPART.
14:86    (   For Rossland,   Nelson, Kaslo, San-
Ex. Run. (  don, etc., and all eastern points via
('rows  Vest  route, connecting at
West   Kobson  for   Nakusp,  Revelstoke, Main line and Pacific Coast.
15(45    I   For Midway, where stage connee-
Ex. Sun. (  Hon is made for Kock Creek, Camp
McKinney and Colville reservation
points,
For time tables, rates and full Iniormatiou
call on or add res nearest local agent, or
E. R. REDPATH.
Agent, Greenwood.
W. F. ANDERSON,
T.P.A.,NeiFon
E. J. COYLE,
A.G. P. A., Vane.
GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS	
AT MOST
REASONABLE*^.
RATES....
CALL AND INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
IRON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in  the Kettle river Mining   Division
of  Yale District.    Where located���In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
Ciold Red mineral claims.
Take notice that we,  Elwood 0   Brown, of
Greenwood, in the same district, Free Miner's
Certificate No. B20,678, and   William  Graham
McMynn. of the same place, Free Miner's Certificate No. b29,401, intend, sixty days from tike
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above
claim.
And further take notice  that action  under
section  37,   must be commenced  before   the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 20th day of September, A. D. 1900.
ELWOOD CHANNING  BROWN.
88 WILLIAM GRAHAM  McMYNN
M
m
*fa THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
A. E. STUART SPEAKS.
Following is taken from the News-
Advertiser of the 4th inst. When the
statement is made that the mining commissioner to the Paris exposition speaks,
it does not necessarily follow that he
had summoned up sufficient energy to
think on the subject:
'���Mr. A. K. Stuart, who represented
British Columbia at the Paris Exposition, lately told Mr. Stephenson of Victoria, when the latter visited Paris, that
Mr. Tarte had used the most violent
language in speaking of British Columbia. He had damned British Columbia
and said it was a nest of agitators and
kickers. Mr. Stuart told Mr. Stephenson how these words and Mr. Tarte's
disloyal utterances had pained him,
and he reg'etted that he (Stuart), a
staunch Liberal, could not come home
to British Columbia and record his vote
against his party, as a protest against
Mr. Tarte's outrageous actions."
It is generally believed that Mr.
Stuart was not satisfied at holding a
subordinate position in Paris. He no
doubt feels that A. K, Stuart, and not
Tarte, should have been the central
figure from Canada at the Baris exposition. It is probable that Tarte made
the statements attributed to him in the
foregoing paragraph, but it bad taste
on Mr. Stuart's part to criticize a member of the government that lias kept
him from being a burden on his friends
for the past four years. Mr. Stuart's
appointment was heralded by the Grit
press of the district as an excellent one,
and others, not Grits, considered the
government had conferred a favor on
the district by sending him to Paris.
The Theoretical Mining Idea.
Men who have been engaged in the
mining business for years are better
qualified to judge of the way operations
should be conducted than the theoretical
operators who perhaps never saw the
inside of a mine. The theoretical ideas
of running the copper mines of Montana���ideas which prevail in eastern
circles���are set forth in an article published in the current number of the Engineering Magazine. It is entitled "The
Basis of Successful Mine Management,"
and the most interesting part of the
writer's observations are these:
"It may Beem ajmost self-evident
i that one of the secrets in conducting
mining operations so as to secure a
maximum profit���the point naturally
to be aimed at���is to get the largest
amount of work that iB possible out of
each man that iB employed without
'sweating' him, but at the same time
without overpaying him; and to secure
the most useful effect that can be got
out of the various machines in use, up
to the full limit of their capacity in the
shortest possible time, without overtaxing them; that is to say, speaking generally, it depends on making the best
use possible of the men and materials
placed by circumstances at the disposal
of the manager of the mine.
"Obvious as this proposition mry appear in principle, however, it is apparently by no means always recognized
or acted upon in practice. Managers,
indeed, often seem to fail to grasp tho
fact that the value, whether of men or
machines, is the profit translated into
money which their work represents
when spread over a given period of time;
consequently, the net profit or loss re
suiting from the undertaking is the difference between what I might term the
profitable and unprofitable units of
work accomplished in the aggregate.
" If the former exceed the latter, the
business as a whole must necessarily be
profitable, and vice versa; but it is
often the caBe that individual carelessness or departmental inefficiency may
reduce, if not entirely wipe out, profits
actually earned in other direction.-!, in
which work has been executed with
greater relative economy."
DECIDEDLY HUMOROUS
To those who know Alexander Dick,
M. E., and the Htand taken by him on
the eight-hour law and in the last provincial campaign, the following interview in the RosslBnd Miner will be considered his best attempt in the field of
humor:
" Yes, I approve of the attitude of the
Miner in this contest, and I am heartily
in sympathy with the aspirations of a
workingman to occupy a seat in the
Canadian parliament. It seems to me
that this is in accord with the democratic system of government in this
country. It is always unpleasant to
break away away from old party ties,
and I have purposely avoided an expression of opinion up to this late date
and only do so now to show that the
result of the elections tomorrow does not
weigh with me in this decision.
" In this age of ever-widening, ever-
advancing ideas, it is impossible for
Canada to remain a passive onlooker.
The growth of the Dominion as compared with the United States is far from
satisfactory. The moat potent factor in
this rapid progress of the United States
is the intense patriotism of its people
and a national pride which has been
cultivated by its statesmen.
^roTToTrYToTroTToTToTroTnn^
FOR...
Saturday!
Special Inducements in Men's
Suits and Overcoats. PRICES ��
range from
$100 Up!
RENDELL & CO.
MILLER BROS.
Expert..
Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTERS, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
JiKAJ.KttS  IN
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREENWOOD, B. O.
" The old parties point with pride to
their moss-covered platforms and invariably view witli alarm any legitimate
programme based on a cordial study of
social conditions and calculated to confer the blessings of higher civilization
on mankind. Selfishness is their besetting sin. They forget the lessons of history, the opposition to reforms during the past fifty years, and the onward
march of triumphantdemoeracy! Pointing with pride to dead issues, and viewing with alarm the vital questions of
the time will not retard the progress of
reform. Fifty years ago it was considered almost criminal to advocate
measures now accepted as the common
law of the land. Many notable examples
of this that will be readily recalled have
occurred during the Victorian era. Yet
in Canada both parties seem to have
drifted away from national and social
questions, while professional politicians
are engaged in an unseemely struggle
for place, power and pelf. Mr. Foley
has displayed moderation in the past
and in my judgment his election is not
a menace to any vested interest "
Tupper, unknown to the Almighty,
had long outlived his usefulness.���J. K.
ARE YOU
WANTING
Office
Stationery
WALL
...PAPER..��r *���
Latest Books or
Magazines?
THEN INSPECT THE
STOCK OF
|J. L. COLES
wwmm
FOR
BULBS
FALL
PLANTING
INDOORS AMD OUTDOORS
Jl'ST RECEIVED FROM
STEELE BRIGGS'
CELEBRATED SEED HOUSE
HYACINTHS single
HYACINTHS soman'
TULIPS  SINGLE AND OOl'BI.B
EASTER LILLIES.
NARCISSUS, FREESIAS
SNOWDROPS, Etc., Etc.
Sold at Eastern Prices at
White's Drug Store
W. S. KEITH, n. E.
MnOHG PROPERTIES examined
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Thoroughly Conversant with the Boundary
.... District	
Ofllce with
'Greenwood Miner.'
Greenwood, B. C.
PPW 9999W9V99W999999999
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS ���=-
PLANS FURNISHED AND ESTIMATES MADE.
... Jobbing Promptly Attended To...
Cor. Kimberly and Ma Sta.
Centrai Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
<i'AA'AaaA'y^4AAa'A^A'A'A'Aaaa'A'\
Auditorium
��ikAAAAil��!)kA����ilCA��AA��ili^
Best Furnished
Rooms in the.
City.-
$ HEATED BT HOT AIR
1       DEADWOOD STREET.
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER AND JOHN HASSE.
Take notlee that I have eaused to be done on
the White Horn- mineral claim situate In Copper eamp. in the Kettle river mining division
of Yalu district, British Columbia, the work required by section at, of the Mineral Ac! for the
year which has expired, and have expended
for such work and for recording the certlllcate
thereof the sum of |102.A0, and that If, at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
lirst publication of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion of such expeudituee,
namely, the sum of f'i'uB each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
mineral claim sliall be liable to forfeiture as
provided by tho " Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Dated this :ird day of October, 1900.
B. I.. WOOD.
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
We beg to notify the public oi Greenwood
and vicinity that Mr. W. L. Leonard is no longer
acting in the capacity of selling agent for us in
the vlciniiv of Greenwood or elsowhere.
WATEROTJ8 ENGINE WORKS, CO., LTD.
Brantford.Ont
SEALED TENDERS will be received by the
undersigned, Box 146 G-eenwoon, B. C, until
the tenth day of November, 1900, for hauling
1,600 tons, or such smaller quantities as the
party may see fit, of sacked ore Irom the Carmi
mine, West fork of Kettle river, to Midway.
Such ore to be hauled before the 15th dav of
February, 1901.
The undersigned reserves the right of refusing to accept the lowest or any other tender. If
any tender shall be accepted, the party tendering will be required to put up security for the
due performance of the eonlract,
Dated at Greenwood. B.C., this 110th dav of
October, 1900.
SUPERINTENDENT, CARMI MINE.
The Greenwood Steam
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
Manufacturers
,-?>���of
All Kinds of Carbonated (Beverages,
..LAUNDRY..
Is now running full
time and doing . . . j
LAUNDRY
WORK
As Cheaply and Bet-
.ter than the Chinese
Can do it.
NO TEARING
OF  CLOTHING
OUR AIM
IS TO
SATISFY OUR
CUSTOMERS
T��ui,n����.. S Vernon & Nelson, No. 92. SB
Telephones: j CoIumbia> Na ,29> g
W. J. SNODGRASS & SONS, Props. 1
F. T. ABBOTT, Manager. ��
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN   IS   MADE   BY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK   FOR
glkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The EJkhorn Lager Ifeer contain*
inly pun- Mult mul
Hope,   Try it !
It Is       Itlipt      "II
Draught or in Bottles by nil tho I.ei.rl
ng Hotels in tliis
District.
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
�� Q* -     ��
55 NO FAKE ADVERTISING O BEST OF JOB PR I NTI NG *!
*������... ��� ...������9
tb* Greenwood Weekly
S2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
IF YOU  WANT-"-'
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COMf TO THC MINKR orril F j |
Agents (or THE LIOH BREWING CO., RossUnd B. C.
The largest Brewery In British Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietori,
WC USI: GOOD PHPCR AND INK
AND CHARGE YOU TOR IT	
if YOU WANT CHCAP wONM UNO
CAST FOR IT
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���s THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
'TTTT
Photographic
..Album..
Flexible, for Unmounted
Photographs.
If you are making a collection of pictures
from a
..KODAK.
Yon can nut afford to be  without one of our albums.
FINISH���Cm cloth, genuine
Seal Leather, Keratol, Paper
Covers, etc.
SIZE���Anv size you wish from
H'n'x-P., to 11x14 indies.
Price, from 20c to $5.
SMITH & McRAE
Books, Stationery and )
Wall Papers. ��\
JUUlJLfiJIJUUlJLJ
\V. L. Hogg, managing director of the
Sunset  mine,  arrived  in  the city  last
evening. ,
J \V. Porter, of Vancouver, special
agent of the Vernon and Nelson Tele:
phone company, was in the city this
week on 'phone business.
Waitress Wanted.
First-class waitress wanted   for hotel.
Apply at Miner office.,       ���     f
For Sale.
Safe for sale.     Apply to Geotge  R.
Naden.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now located on Ureen-
WOOd street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
YJSAKS
Graduate Pennsylvania
College of Dental - -
Surgery -----
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate of British
Columbia-   -   -   -   -
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :
NADEN BLOCK
GREENWOOD
THE   CANADIAN
..Geenwood Hotel ������ Jj^k  Of V
PICARD & SIMPSON
Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SILVEE STREET.
rsirinrirrsTGVTrrvvTnrinrBTriririr^
Cable Address   "Maori."
Code   " Morclnir & Weal.
I
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
OK   ���A"��
tttf   EXPERIENCE
Full assortment of material and tools U
do correct, work.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
J.  R. Brown, recorder at Fairview, is
in the city for a few days.
% Cunningham & Andersen 1
Tomorrow afternoon the beefeaters
will play a game of football with a team
composed of flsheaters and musheaters,'
Kick-off at, 2:45 sharp.
Ralph Smailes returned from the
coast Tuesday. While in Victoria he
completed arrangement with the government in reference to the townslte of
Rondell on the West Fork. Lots will
now be placed on the market.
Hugh McKee returned from tltc yimil-
kameen the past week. It appears that,
the account, of his accident copied from
the Star last week was incorrect. He
and partner, hearing the bell ncarcamp,
went out to round-up their horses. They
separated and in running through a
a clump of bushes was struck on the
head with a stone or a sling-shot and
when he again knew what he was doing
he was still running. It is supposed
that some one hidden in the brush
struck him while passing,
Following were registered at the Imperial the past week: Win. P. Bassett,
R. Robins, Victoria; L. Major, Spokane; J. P, Mclntyre, Winnipeg; L.
Sears, Thos. Hardy, Phoenix; Thos.
Parkinson, Mrs. G. W. Wilson, J, G,
Vance, W. G. Harvey, F. Anderson, L.
Ernst, Nelson, B. 0.; W. 11. Vass,
Montreal; C. Bermafore, G. L.and Mrs.
Fraser, Mrs. W. G. Frasor, Rossland;
Geo. E. Fish, Portland, Ore.; W. G.
McKenzie, Geo. Bunscombe, C. A. Carman, Vancouver; J. R. lirown, Fair-
view; Henry Nicholson, Camp MoKln-
ney; Geo. A. Rendell, Ebolt,
A. A. Anderson, publisher of the
Bossburg Journal, wan elected representative to the Washington state legislature from Stevens county on the Democratic ticket. The Miner extends its
heartfelt sympathy to Mr. Anderson,
as he is too honest to mix up in politics,
and predicts that he will be a very much
disgusted man before his term in the
legislature expires.
W. F. Robertson, provincial mineralogist recently paid a short visit to the
district. After looking over the Granby
company's smelter at Grand Forks he
proceeded to Phoenix, where ho went
througn the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill
and Victoria group of mines. Ho came
on to Greenwood tho same evening and
next morning ascertained from Mr. F,
Keffer, manager of the Mother Lode,
what extensions of work hail been accomplished at that mine since his visit
some time ago. Mr. Robertson also
visited and examined the work being
done on the Greenwood smelter, He
was unable to visit any of the Deadwood
properties and left for the coast on
Saturday's train.
ELECTRICAL ��
CONSTRUCTION %
AND SUPPLIES     I
I
i Mine Installation %
%      a Specialty.      I
���a ��.
% Fixture*, Motors, Dynamos,   |j
���E Etc.   House Wiring and Dyn.   3"
:; amo Repairing. ;
I  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ��
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
...AOEINCY...
0   0   0
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
.TO LET.,
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
...FOR SALE...
Well Famished Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMEHT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
ommerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Heal Office. TOROHTO.
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Pi.ummhk.
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
Drafts andd Honey Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD  BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN YOU WANT
,,y,VAV,V#iV����V��V��VAV��Y��m^^^
The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North si
America.   Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur. :.
Halcyon Hot Springs I
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
Sanitarium
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
....Resident Physician and Nurse..
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.   Two malls arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:  $15 to $18 per week according to resi
dence in Hotel or Villas
 O
Its i:������ ill-
cure all nervous and muscular diseases.    Its waters  lieul nil Kidney, Live
- and stomach Ailments,  The baths and water eliminate Jill
5 metal poisons from the system.
;��     gltf-Thv price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood and   Haleyon
3; good for Thirty Days nnd obtainable all the year round is |11,4U,
Let Deeds Ratify Sentiment-
Ladies of Canada���The world never
saw an exhibition of patriotio sentiment
as the Afriean war  called forth.
Canadians, Australians, and the
splendid youth of Natal fought aide by
side with the British tea planters of
Ceylon and India.
Australia drinks the teas of Ceylon
and India, while Canada already drinks
their black tea. Drinkers of Japan tea
should try their Green teas. Up-to date
tea merchants the (Salada company for
instance), now sell them entirely on
merit. " Mindle-of-the-road men " are
only waiting for supplies. Whilu " sit-
on-the-fence men" are waiting to see
how the cat will jump. Ladies of Can-
ana, we pray you to aid the British
planter.���Colonist. 1
THE IMPERIAL
: -- .HOTEL..���
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood St*., Greenwood, B. C.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm}
....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
������������
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   ifflffi&ffiSfi
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
THE BKST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
IVIf f 1"it*fs  C     Next Door to
J.V1U.U1U   df   BANNKRMAN-8.
COPPER STREET.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry.Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co. ���
The only all rail route between all
points East, West nnd South to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0, R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "ii'.1 Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Dally ut Bossburg
Stage Daily for
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows]
Leave Spokane 10:15 p. m.
Leave Northport  BsSOa, m.
Arrive Rossland  7:30 a. ni.
Leave Rossland n :oo p. m.
Leave Northport 12 148 a. in.
Arrive Spokane  7:08 a. in.
(Trains Nos. 88 and 84 n'Kht train.
H. A. JACKSOH,
Gen. Fats. Agent.
X��U   .....,.I.....,.,.M..,,,.M..,,,,,,..,.^
FURNITURE, CARPETS
*
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc   Pictures and Picture Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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