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 The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 2.
Greenwood, B. C, January 12, 1901.
Per Year, S2.00.
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Clearance Sale.!
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if    Preparatory to
3^    Taking Stock in
Mantles, Furs,
Dress Goods - -
Silks, Linens, -
Towels = - ���
Sheetings, Carpets, Linoleums, Blankets
Mantles, Ladies' Jackets, Coats and
Capes at Cost to Clear.
Furs���Balance of Furs at 25 per
cent. Discount.
Dress Goods and Silks, 20 per cent.
Discount.
Tapestry   and    Chenelle,   Table
Covers, 20 per cent. Discount.
Ladies Costumes at Bargain Prices.
Skirts, ready-made,   20   per cent.
Discount. /
Carpets and Linoleums, 20 per cent. Disccunt.
Blankets. White and Gray, at Rock-Bottom Prices.
RENDELL & CO. AG?HTS|F0R tk mA
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.
To the Electors of Greenwood City:
I have heen requested by a large number of rate-payers lo become a Candidate
for the Greenwood Mayoralty, nnd in
offering myself for election to BUcll position, 1 desire to state tlmt I am a member of no political faction in the city;
nor can I in any wav be censured fur the
I had or praised for the good deeds, of  the
j present council.
I ask the support oi the electors as
one who is anxious to assist in forcing
Greenwood to the front rank of the interior Hritish Columbia cities, and as
one who desires to see done away with
forever the wrangling and factionism
that have existed for the past two years
in municipal affairs.
On Wednesday evening, the Kith inst,
at the Auditorium, I will avail myself I
of the opportunity to outline the course
it will be my endeavor to pursue in
civil administration, if elected to the
mayoralty.
Yours very truly,
R. VV. Jakes.
'*   AMD  W. B.   CORSETS.
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People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands 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 HY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
THE  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
' 1,1 r.-ininii Hotel Mock.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,  greenwood, b.c
I
Greenwood, Jan. 11, 1901.
Duncan Ross Esq.,
Greenwood, B. C.
Dear Sib:���In the Greenwood Times
of Thursday last, appeared an article
from your pen, declining to accept the
Invitation of Dr. Jakes to meet him at
the Masonic building on the evening of
January Kith, hut offering a joint" meeting at the Auditorium for that evening,
and it being desirable that a representative meeting he held to discuss municipal affairs, Dr. Jakes has appointed a
eoinniitte to meet your  committee  and
choose an unbinse chairman to preside,
and also to arrange other necessary  details in connection with the meeting.
Any coniluuuicntioii in respect of the
above may he directed to the undersigned.
���I. R. Bbowk,
Secy. Jakes Committee.
PASTOR   INDUCTED.
P. BURNS <x Co.
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Fresh and Cured s-
Meats.
On Thursday evening of this week
Rev. VV. 11. Anderson was inducted as
pastor of the Presbyterian church. The
services were held in the new church,
and there was a large attendance of the
congregation. The ministers present
were Rev. Dr. Wright of Portage la
Prairie, Rev. W. A. Rae of Columbia,
Rev. J. A. Miller of Phoenix, and Rev.
R. P. Murray of Midway. Dr. Wright
addressed the congregation and Rev. J.
A. .Miller the minister. After the
services were concluded a lunch was
served by the ladies of the congregation,
and an hour spent socially. The new
pastor of the church has been iu Greenwood only u couple of months, but in
that time has become very popular with
his congregation and the general public.
The congregation has for the pa ;t three
years been laboring under difficulties,
owing to the pulpit being supplied by
siuilents, who remained hut a short
time and then returned to college to
complete their course. Under this
system, before the people became
acquainted with the minister, a change
wns made, and many oi the members
lost interest iu church work.
Lust night Rev. J. A. Miller was inducted into the pastorate of the Phoenix !
church. Tomorrow morning Rev. VV,
11. Vndereon will preach in the Phoenix
church and in the evening the newly
��� Inducted pastor.
ACCIDENT AT THE AH THERE.
Poultry, Fish and
Oysters.
MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Saturday last, .lames Smith was seriously injured in the shaft of the Ah
There, Deadwood camp. One of the
"hols failed to go off, and he went down
in the shaft, cut the fuse short and lit
it. Before he reached the top the shot
went off, damaged the sight of one of
his eyes and otherwise injured him. He
was brought down to the Greenwood
hospital and his injuries attended to,
and on Monday was sent to Spokane
for treatment of his eye, R. Don agin of
the local  miner's union accompanying
him.      ���     _
A   NEW   BUSINESS   CONCERN.
The   past   week   linal   arrangements
were made for tlie (iniiilgainaliiui of  the
business of the Russell   Hardware Colli- j
panv, W. M. Law & Co. and Caulfield &
j l.uinont. The new concern will he known
as the Uussell-I.aw-Caullielil Company,
limeted,   and   will   carry  ou   a   general
. mercantile business.   The capital of the
j company is $100,000, in 100,000 shares of
pleach.    Nearly all the stock has been
I subscribed  by Jocal   capitalists.     Two
lots have been purchased ou Copper
street and a brick building, two stories,
will he erected as soon as material can
he placed on the ground.
I'nlil a building is erected the business of the company will be carried on
in the buildings now occupied by W. M.
Law & Co. and the Russell Hardware
Company. W. M. haw will be manager o, the company.
The principal stockholders in the
company are Duncan Mcintosh, James
Russell, W. M. haw, Thos. J. Hardy and
J. J. Caulfield. and ti will be financially
one of the stromrest business concerns
in Hritish Columbia.
CITY   COUNCIL.
Al tlie meeting of the city council
Monday night there were present, the
mayor and Aldermen Bannerman, Sullivan and Sutherland. Minutes of previous meeting were adopted as read.
A letter from the Bank of Montreal
was read in regard to note drawn by the
city in favor of the (ireenwood Mercantile Company. It was rppved that letter
be received and tiled, a renewed note
drawn, and a cheque be issued for
amount of interesi.
Finance committee reported the following accounts correct:
Electric Co ��108.45
Columbia Telephone Co     12.00
L. II. Wright     21.50
W. Cunninghan     14 10
H. McKay,    12.H0
A. Larkins,    12.80
0. F. Alston  100.00
I). D. Hardy    38.75
W. M. Leyeons      1.75
Yale-Columbia Lumber Co    18.40
B. C. Copper Co     13.00
Harvey & Robbins,     32.50
C. .K Shaw,    20.00
I.. Greenwood,   24.00
Wallace-Miller Co    71.51!
Gem Restaurant      7.00
BourkA Fera      8.04
R. Wood,    25.75
LeamyA Gray,    20.00
The committee appointed to investigate charges preferred by W. B. Winnett against city officials, reported Ihat
there were no grounds for the charges,
Report received and committee thanked
and discharged.
Street grades Nos. 3, (i, 8. lo. II, 12,
13, 14, 15 and 11! were adopted, and
mayor and clerk instructed to sign Ihem.
By-laws 50 and 55 were read a third
time and by-law 51 finally passed.
The contract existing between Dr.
Jakes and the city was annulled.
Council adjourned.
KETTLE RIVER DISTRICT.
Following are the receipts at the recorders office, (Ireenwood, for 1900:
Free miners'certificates $ 7,084 01)
Mining receipts    8,007 40
Trade  licenses        035 (HI
Revenue tax    4,371 00
General receipts         28 00
Police court  lines        140 00
Marriage licenses        105 00
Bills of sale, etc        118 75
Total |20,l)39 14
Free  miners certificates 1.200
Special  certiRentes  8���1,2(18
Locations  851
Locations, placer  27       881
Certificates of  wurk  1,208
Certificates of Improvements 88
Conveyances  410
.Miami ills  20
Letters of administration  2
Wider grants  0
NEW   COMMON   LAW.
There is iu one ot the several amendments to the criminal code of Canada,
that became of force and effect on New
Year's day. material for much discussion���and much sarcastic and contemptuous comment on the part of the
unregenerate.
This is the provision attached to the
general law prohibitory of lotteries and
similar enterprises, which provides that
hereafter the ban of the law shall not
he placed upon "rallies for prizes of
small value at any bazaar held for any
charitable or religious object, if permission to hold the same has been obtained from the city or otlier municipal
council, or Irom the mayor, reeve or
other municipality, wherein such bazaar is held and the articles, rallied inr
thereat, have lirst been offered Inr sale
and mine of them are of a value exceeding fifty dollars."
The principal underlying a common
law should unquestionably he general
In its applicability, and it in therefore
not quite clear bow the above secures a
place in tbe statute books ni Canada, or
why a ruffle should   be  any   less  repre
hensible or more permissible when the
proceeds are In he applied toward advancing the prosperity of some religions
or charitable body than when (as is
often the case) designed  to  pull  some
' poor chap, whose affairs have gone
wrong, out of temporary difficulties.
For example the possession of gambling  utensils   may  now  he  held to  be
( prima   facia   proof   of guilty  use,   the
I amending law reading that
" When any cards, dice, balls, counters, tables or other instruments of
gambling used In playing any unlawful
game are found in any house, room or
place suspected to he used as a common
gaming house, nnd entered under a
warrant or order issued under this act,
or about the person of any of those who
are found therein, it shall be prima
facie evidence, on the trial of a prosecution under section 108 (or section 109,)
that such house, room or place is used
as n common gaming house, and that
the persons found in the room or place
where such tables or instruments of
gaining were found were playing therein,
although no play was actually going on
in the presence of Ihe officer entering
the same under such warrant or order,
or in the presence of those persons by
whom he is accompanied as aforesaid."
���Province.
Wanted by a young lady, chamber
work or house work. Apply A. 15,
Miner office.
A. M. Whiteside, of Pringle ,v
Whiteside, returned from a holiday
trip lo the coast the past week.
The West Fnrk sleigh road lias been
completed, and regular shipments of ore
will he commenced from the Carmi next
week.
Cunningham A Andersen, electricians,
of Greenwood, have secured the contract
for wiring and putting in electric light
fortlie B. C. ("upper Company's smelter.
The final meeting of the Jakes cam
paign committee will be held in the
committee rooms on Tuesday evening,
15th inst. All friends and supporters
of Dr. Jakes are requested to he present.
New Ynrk and Huston capital is ie-
ported to lie after tlie Oro Denero mine,
Summit camp, owned by tho King Mining Company of Rossland. Last week
the mine was examined and sampled by
W. II. Thomas, a mining engineer of
New York, whose clients are largely interested iu the British Columbia Copper
Company, owning the Mother Lode in
Deadwood camp, and the 300-ton smelter nearly completed at Greenwood.
On.the Emma claim, Summit camp.
VV. T. mitli has a small force excavating ore from the hi'.' surface showing
that was exposed hy the grading of the
railway. Tho ore will be sent down to
the pyritic smelter (or treatment. McKenzie & Mann, the iiiulti-millionaire
railroad contractors, and Mr. Smith own
the property. No attempt for the present will he made to develop the claim
at depth, as machinery will he needed
for this purpose
Matt Blingert, of the Horseshoe restaurant, made an important find in a
turkey the past week. It wasn't gold,
or silver or diamonds; :t was a bottle.
The hnltle ill itself was not of much importance. Inn it contained a letter. The
letter was from a young lady 18 years of
age. g I  looking, refined nnd bandy
with turkeys,   She can cook meals and
pilch hay   make log cabin quilts and
split   nul-. get nut a  washing  before
breakfast in I conduct a  revival service
after supper, knit socks antl chop cord-
wood, light the fires without Indulging
j in condemnatory forms nf expression,
I water Ihe  horses',   milk   the  cows,  itnd
J perform such   other  duties  as   may   be
I considered requisite nnd necessary for
i the maintenance of a husband    she can
also make "trousers".   This is an accomplishment in which every w  man in
Ontario thinks she  cxcells.    She   takes
an old pair, folds ihem carefully,  places
them on the cloth to he manufactured,
anil cuts around,    ff  they  are  for  the
old man, she cuts an inch or two wide
of the original, and if for one uf the hoys
she narrows down. Then the garment
is put together, pressed, and worn tu
church by the victim next Sunday,
Sometimes it fits iu places, hut more
often it dosn't. The Miner would offer a
Word nf advice in any young man iu the
city hel'iin inmittitlg himself with the
young woman of the turkey, that he has
an instrument properly drawn up by a
lawyer, stipulating that the young lady
renounces her right to make "trousers"
now and hereafter. This is the one failing of the Ontario rural woman, and has
contributed mote to keep temperance
organizations alive than any other cause.
J THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J. P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER <S:
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A    F    A��hrrr��ft        Resident
f\.   E.   /\_ll_r_Ul, Representatf
Representative.
FI.OOII-NADKN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
0. A. GVKHS, H, A.
It. A. QUB88. M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MlfllrlG EKGIHEERS, GREEHWOOD.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide Leaching.   Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MI-JOTG PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
THOROUGHLY CONVERSANT WITH TIIK  BOUNDARY
.... district	
" Greenwood Mi'nur." I    Greenwood, B, C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 16, mails will
arrive and be dispatched as follows: Mails
close for all points east and west at 1 ::io p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1:3() p. in 1 ::io p. m.
Anaconda 1:80 p. in 1:80p. in.
Deadwood s:30 a. in 8::tl)u. m.
THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning at Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Year J2-00
Six Months J1.00
Foreign, One Year ��".50
Payable Invariably In Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per line.
<UNION(fly|LAE:L
SATURDAY, JANUARY 12. 1901.
The municipal campaign may be considered as practically over in so far as
committee work is concerned. Every
vote in the city has been canvassed by
both parties, and each party has formed
an estimate as to the result, based upon
a personal canvass. The Jakes committee feel confident of victory and we believe the members of the Ross committee
feel just as confident. There will probably be not more than 300 votes polled,
and the candidate receiving one half of
that number will be elected. Three
public meetings will be held next week
���on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
evenings. This will give the electors an
opportunity of hearing all the candidates
and judging for themselves.
In the South ward Mr. Kane will not
be a candidate. There are only four
candidates in the field, Aldermen Crop-
ley, Sullivan and Sutherland, and Mr.
J. .1. Caulfield. The throe former will
be judged according to their records in
the council, and the latter must be
judged as a business man, as he has not
previously been a member of the city
council. The business of the council
will be ably attended to by any three of
the four candidates.
In the North ward Mr. W. R. McMann
in mentioned as an additional candidate
to those published in the last issue
of the Miner. Mr. McMann is one of
the large property owners of the city,
has had considerable experience, is a
practical business man, and has not been
mixed up with either of the municipal
factions. The other candidates are
Alderman Bannerman, and Messrs. Ashcroft, Naden and Kirkwood. All of these
gentlemen can he depended upon to
work to the best interests of the city.
As in the South ward, it is not a i|iie8-
tion of any great principles involved, but
merely a personal matter with the
electors. Alderman Bannerman is the
only candidate who can be judged by his
record in the council. The amount of
money expended in his ward will prove
that he has not failed in doing his duty
to those who elected him a year ago.
The matter is in the hands of the
electors. If they wisli to see a united
(ireenwood, if they wish to see the city
prosperous, if they wish to see a man at
the bead of city affairs strong enough
and  independent enough  to be   above I'
personal petty parish politics, they  will ;
vote for Dr. Jakes.
Two barber chairs���we have them at
the O I C.
A   BIG   TUNNEL.
One of the greatest mining enterprises
ever undertaken in British Columbia, or
in fact in the northwest, will soon he
commenced in the Slocan. It is the running of a tuiiml through and under the
land lying between the towns of Silver-
ton and Sandon wholly for prospecting
purposes.
The distance ina straight line between
these two towns is ever six miles. To
carry out this big enterprise large sums
of money will have to he spent. It has
been estimated that the outlay will
probably exceed $5,000,000.
A mining company especially to carry
out the proposed scheme has already-
been formed, but the names of the promoters and the name of the company-
have not as yet been made public. It
has been stated, however, by those who
are thoroughly acquainted with the
proposition that the company has at its
back an unlimited amount of capital
and that the undertaking will be carried
out in every detail.���Silvertonian.
For a good meai try the Gem Restaurant, Werner & Pittock, proprietors,
Copper street.
Diamond Rings
Diamond
..Brooches..
Pearl Brooches
Pearl Rings
Plain Rings
Watches
Fancy Clocks
A. P. ��Sr A. M.
Silverware,
Sterling
Silverware,
Plated
Silverware, Flat
Cut Glass
Perfumes
Atomizers
Leather Goods
���SIMAS
PRMTS..
ON DISPLAY
. . .AT.. .
.Miller Bros.
SOUVENIR QUEENSWARE
Plain Engraving Free of Charge.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M���
G. K. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren Invited.
C. SCOTT CALLOWAY, W. M.
M. E. MILLER, Secretary.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINER8-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at7:s.o  p. in. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF P.
THE   BF:ST   BEER   IN   TOWN    IS   MADE    HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BB0S. & CO.,   Props.
ASK   FOR
CASH aUOTATIONS.
The old  time  prices  must  be   done
away with.    We  wast rour cash  trade
and are willing to quote you prices lower j
than you ever  heard of before.    Read |
our prices:
Cranberries, per quart,      15c
Potatoes,  lOOlbs.,  $1.60
Raisins, seeded, lib. package,      15c
Raisins, cooking, per pound      10c
Currants, cleaned, lib. package,...    20e I
Currents, per pound      ]5c j
Codfish, per pound      10c
Salmon, per can, i     I5c
Herring, fresh, per can,      15c
Herring, tomatoe sauce, per can,..     20c
Haddies, per can,      20c
Bloaters, per can,      20c
Tomatoes, per can,      15e
Peas, percan,     15c
Corn, per can,     15c
Beans, per can,      15e
Butter, creamery, per pound     35c
Cream, percan,      15e
Cream, 7 cans,  $1.00
Sugar, 12 lbs. for  $1.00
Flour, per sack, Gold Drop  $1.40
Flour, per sack, Hungarian  $1.00
Salt, per sack,      10c
Coal oil, percan  $2.00
All other goods at a big reduction  at
BANNERMAN BEOS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
glkhorn
Lager
Deer.
Hmmmmmmmmmi^
Christmas has Gonk and we are |j
Still Here and we wish you all
a Happy New Year	
Anyone wishing to get. something t
nice,  for their  friends   for  New ��1
Year's it will pay them to call and i
see our goods  before buying else- E
where  |��
Everything at Rock Bottom :
Prices. ��
Ladies, do not forget this in the S:
Millinery Department as well, f
G. R Williams'  I
The Up-tO'Data Store 3
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Central Hotel.
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
NOTICE.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that application wilt be made to the legislature of the
Province of British Columbia at its next
session for mi net to Incorporate an association
to be known as the "The British Columbia
Mining Association," tho said association
being founded for the following purposes,
namely: First, to promote the oris and sciences
connected with the economical production of
valuable minerals and metals by means of
meetings for the reading and discussion of
practical papers and the subsequent distribution of such information as may be gained
through the medium of publication. Second���
the establishment of a central reference
library and a headquarters for (lie purpose of
this organization. Third, to lake concerted
action upon such matters as affect the mining
and metallurgical industries of tlie Province oi
British Columbia, und to encourage and promote these industries by all lawful and honorable means.
Dated at Rossland, B. C, December 15, 1800.
DALY & HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:80 in the Masonic hall, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially Invited.    D. A. MACKENZIE, C. C.
AS. EMBREE, K. R. AS.
Real Estate
Mines  and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. C.
nmrrraro-roTrffoTro-Yra
Cable Address  "Maori." Code-"Moreing - Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AGENCY...
0   0   0
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
...TO LET...
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices. Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
..FOR SALE..
Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now located on Greenwood street
Copper Street,
Greenwood.
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools It-
do correct, work.
Canadian
���������j
GREENWOOD, B. C.
C&.yjLSUUlA.ojUl_SJL&.JUUU^
The GEM RESTAURANT
^ LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
*> Open Day and Night.
9 Lunches Put Up. **
�� Meals at All Hours.
e	
rTToTrrroTnujiJULaroTr^^
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING
...OR ANYTHING...
=oTc=
The New and Secondhand Store
A. L. WHITE cV CO.
V. & N PHONE 106. GREENWOOD STREET.
^JUlAJLIUAJUUUUl.SUUU^
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
Manufacture- All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Sole Agents for THE 1I0H BREWING CO., Kossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in Hritish Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
Pacific
And Soo Line
First-ulttBH sleepers on nil trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
��C^___ Landing
TOURIST CARS
Prsb Dunmore Junction daily for Bt. Paul* Hat-
urday. for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and  Thursdays for Toronto.   Samo ears
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see thai your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TRAINS DEPART.
14 :B5    \  For Rossland,   Nelson, Kaslo, San-
Ex. Him. , don, ete., and all eastern points via
(.'rows Nest route, connecting at
West Kobson for Nakusp, Revelstoke, Main line and Pacific Coast.
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HI.l'TO MINERAL CLAIM.
1 Situate, ill (lie Kettle river Mining Division
ol Yale District. Where loeaterl-In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining Ihe Peacock mineral
claim.
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, as
agent lor M. M. Welch, tree 'miner's certillcate
No. n8.1��9, John I'. Anderson, free miner's certificate No. B29.7I.7, and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certillcate No. ba8,297, intend, sixty
ays from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining
' Recorder for n certificate of Improvements, for
the purpose of ohtainiiig a crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice Una action under
section  II",   must he commenced   before   the
issuance of such certillcate of improvements
Dated at Greenwood, B. ft, December 20 1800.
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1 THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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THE   POUND   OF   FLESH.
The miners and prospectors who blaze
the way through Alaska, contribute
much of their earnings to the companies
with whom they have to deal, for the
reason that they cannot get supplies
elsewhere, without taking them north
themselves, says Mr. Hranderhury, who
arrived from the Copper River country
a lew days ago on the ship Mermaid,
(jiving an instance of what a large percentage of profit the American companies operating in the North require,
he says that on a cheque drawn by the
Ujiited States govern men t, which he received while north, for $468.28, the
company who exchanged it for him at
. Valdez, charged him 12)�� per cent., and
then paid him iu Canadian money. He
wanted some supplies, and getting his
stores from them, he proffered payment
in Canadian bills he had just received
from them .They refused to accept these
bills without 8 per cent, being paid for
exchange.
Mr. Branderbnry brought out with
him some gold from theplacerB found on
Chestachina creek, in the Copper River
country. He says the country is rich,
and he will go in again about three
weeks hence. The mines are well up
the Chestachina, about 275 miles from
Valdes. The Mulligan claim, in which
he has an interest, haB secured a town-
site at the mines. There are now about
125 people in the district, the majority
having come out to Valdes for the winter. There were about 600 at Valdes.
On Miller Gtileh the claims were yielding from 40 to 62 cents to the pan. Capt.
Abercrombie had offered $20,000 for one
claim there.
Quite a number of drownings had
occurred in tho Copper River country,
and many men were lost, says the returned miner. He saved the lives of
two who had a narrow escajie while at
Valdes some months ago. The partv,
which was crossing Valdes harbor in a
small boat, included More, McLachian
and McFarlane. More was drowned,
but Mr. Branderbnry saved the other
two with his sloop. Of this party headed by the drowned Mr. More, which
totalled seven, two were drowned, one
accidentally shot, and one died from
natural causes Of the H. S. Smith
party, two were drowned in the interior,
one in the Kintina and another at the
head of the Copper river. Within the
month prior to his leaving, though, no
fatalities were reported. The worst
tragedy was that which occurred many
months ago, when E. Logan and a party
of eight were lost. Logan was found to
have been frozen on the Glacier, but no
word was heard of the others. A
Chicago party of three who went up the
Kiutina were also lost.
Mr. Branderhtiry says that not only is
the Copper River country rich in gold,
but there are large deposits of copper.
Ho says the whole district is a most
promising one.���Colonist.
BUSINESS   DONE   IN   1900.
Poole Publishing Company, Toronto,)
but as the story will not appear in hook !
form for sonic time the publishers will !
run it as a serial in the Presbyterian
Review, beginning with the issue of the j
3rd inst., thus enabling the readers of J
that paper to have this most interesting i
work in advance.
We have everything in the market for
the holiday trade.   Gem Restaurant.
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inland revenue returns for the year at
Greenwood:
Value of dutiable imports ,$137,166.00
Value of goods free      23.703.00
Total value of goods imported.$160,8(19.00
Customs duty collected $36,446.80
Excise duty collected  13,634.32
Total duty collected $50,081.12
TO   THE   PUBLIC.
Having sold our business to the
Russell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd., we desire to thank our friends and patrons
for their liberal patronage during the
time we have been in business in Greenwood.
The new firm will commence business
on or about January 15th.
Until the three stocks have been inventoried, they will occupy all three
stores as at present.
As soon as the inventories are completed, tho Caulfield A Lamont stock
will lie removed to the Russell Hardware
Company's store, and until their new
brick block is erected, they will continue
business at the old stores of the Russell
Hardware Company nnd W. M. Law
&Co.
Again thanking you for your courtesy
in the past, and requesting a liberal
share of vour patronage for the new firm
in the future, we are
Sincerely Yours.
Russell Hardware Co.
VV. M. L.uviv. Co
Caulfield & Lamont.
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MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.    js
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To  the Electors of the Municipality of the
City of Greenwood.
Ladies and (Ikntlkmkn :���I mil a candidate for the ortice of mayor at the approaching municipal election, and respectfully solicit your votes and influence
During the campaign 1 will have opportunities of explaining my views at
length. Briefly stated, I am in favor of
Ihe following:
The present state of city finances and
the stringency of the money market
make it impossible to enunciate a well
defined policy of public improvements.
An adequate system of waterworks is
necessary and also some suitable plan
of sewering the city, but these and other
improvements must be deferred until
the city is in a better financial position.
1 confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of
the city can be placed upon such a sound
footing that necessary public works can
be constructed without placing excessive
burdens upon the present taxpayers.
The credit of the city must be restored
and maintained. Litigation should be
avoided, and I am in favor of an amicable settlement with those who have
just claims against the corporation.
If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural
advantage, the city must be brought
into the closest touch with the surrounding mining camps. During 1901
every effort should be made to secure
the construction of the tramway without
imposing additional burdens on tlie
ratepayers beyond those to which they
are already pledged.
The strength of every city, particularly one situated in the heart of a mining district, lies in its workingmen and
its future depends upon them. I am in
favor of recognizing their claims to
proper protection. I believe eight hours
should constitute a legal day's work
and this principle should be adopted by
the municipality. Generally speaking,
I am in favor of municipal work being
carried on by day labor, hut in the event
of contract work being necessary, I
would insist that contractors should
pay the current wage.
I am opposed to the employment of
Chinese and the encouragement of Chinese immigration and any power granted
to the corporation bv the Municipal
Clauses Act should he exercised to the
fullest extent in restricting their employment in the city.
The mayor's time should be devoted
to the work of the city. I am not rich
enough to do this without compensation
and if elected will expect a sufficient
stun to properly represent the city without loss to myself.
The first of each year estimates should
be prepared giving each section of the
city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should be religiously followed.
I am your obedient servant,
Duncan Ross,
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thrilling interest to the thoughtful reader, one in which with a master's hand
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Town Lots Now on the Market
Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots #100.    Size of Lots on  business streets 25  x   100 feet  and  25  \   1.50 feet; on
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in tbree and six months at 10 per cent interest per
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to
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prices accordingly.
Whatever your requirements may be in
blank books and ollice supplies
we have it.
DIARIES for  1901.
Save money   by   buying   your   Hooks,
Stationery, Office Supplies and
Wall Paper from
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'Phone, V. (t N. 34.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Vote for Jakes and a united (ireen wood.
The skating ring has been well patronized during the past week.
A car of fruit will arrive for Banner-
man Bros, on Wednesday next.
If you wish  harmony  in city affairs
for the next year, vote for .lakes.
At   Anaconda, on  Monday, the   7th
inst, the wife of ,1. I.. Meikle, of a son.
VV. J. Kirkwood, who has been ill for
the past two weeks, is around again
attending to business.
" Learning good lessons from bad
men " is the subject of the sermon in
the Methodist church on Sunday night.
There has been considerable act'vity
in Morrison stuck the past week. Local
brokers report that there lias been a
large demand for the stock with very
few sellers.
Cropley, Sullivan and Sutherland in
the South ward. Ashcroft. Bannerman
and McMann in the North ward. By
voting for these you will secure a united
Greenwood.
T. II. Patterson, formerly of the Kamloops branch of the Bank of British
t'olumbia, arrived here the past week
to take a position with the Canadian
Bank of Commerce.
Mush for the mush eaters, beans for
the bean-eaters, crushed corn for th*
Missourians, or anything else usually
found in a first class restaurant, at the
Horseshoe, Copper street.
On Monday night last the following
ollicers of the Bonn lary Cooks and
Waiters Union, VV. L. I'.. were installed
by the retiring president, M. Btingert:
Chas. Donaldson, president; Phil Hummel, vice-president; Angus Nicholson,
secretary-treasurer; Fred .links, M. at
A. The union is in good shape financially and otherwise. There are now only
a couple of hotels in the city that employ Chinese help.
A desk'phone has been placed in the
customs office by the Vernon & Nelson
Telephone Company. This has been
deemed necessary, owing to the large
increase in business in Mr. Keith's department.
H. S. Turner, editor and publisher of
the Cascade Record, was a visitor in the
city the past week. Mr. Turner reports-
business improving in that town, and
states that the Cascade Power and Light
company will have their plant completed
in the early spring
It has been arranged by tlie .lakes and
Boss committees to bold a joint meeting
in the Auditorium on Wednesday evening the llith inst, instead of each party
holding separate meetings* The Jakes
meeting in the Masonic building has
therefore been cancelled.
Sometimes " coming events cast their
shadows before." Last week there was
an election in the public school, a ballot
being taken for the two candidates for
mayor. Mr. Koss received 1 vote and
Dr. Jakes 80. If the vote of the children
is a reflection of the sentiments of the
parents, ibe election in the city will be
somewhat of u procession.
Greenwood Lodge No. 29, K. of P.,
held a reception Wednesday evening in
the Masonic building, at which there
were present about 10U persons. Cards
occupied the attention of the guests the
early part of the evening, and dancing
the latter part. About II o'clock an
excellent lunch was served by Werner
& Pittock, of the Gem restaurant.
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Tomorrow, Sunday, the fire bell will
be rung for church services, at 10:80and
10:55 in the morning, and in Ihe evening
at 7 and 7:25. This is to remind the
public that there are five parsons iu the
city who are ready and willing to Jniide
the erring in the right direction. The
fact that the tire bell is being used for
this purpose ie not intended as a bint iu
reference to future reward and punishment.
F. J. Mitchell and Mrs. Mitchell arrived on Thursday's train. Neil II.
Lamont and Miss Lamont also came by
the same train. Miss Lamont will reside in the city with her brother. The
report that Neil was married on the 4th
inst inst was untrue. The Miner has
an account against the two young men
for $1.15, for payment of telegram from
Moose Jaw, stating that Neil was married. They will kindly call at once and
settle.
On Tuesday evening YV. M. Law, D.
D. G. M., of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, installed the ollicers of
Boundary Valley Lodge as follows: G.
B. Taylor, N. G.; I). A. MacKenzie, V.
G.; Fred B. Holmes, R. S.; Duncan
Ross, P. S.; W. M. Law, Trcas.; IL B.
Monroe, O.J Wellington Bison, W.:
Ralph Smailes, O. G. ; J. P. Flood, I. G.;
John Sauvey. and M. Kildernian, S. S.;
Thus. Gulley, R. S. N. G, ; Neil Lamont,
L S. N. G. After installation a banquet
was served.
Following were registered at the Imperial the past week:   D.   I).   McLaren,
Carson; Thos. Hardy, J. C. Olson, W.
B. Wilcox, Phoenix ; Geo Riler, Copper
camp; J. P. Vaunce, St. G. Harvey
Nelson; IL S. Turner, Cascade; D. Murray, J. R. Jacobs, S. Bennerman, Mrs.
Jas. Kerr. J. Murray, Midway; Sidney
Oliver, John Knowles, E. R. Birnie,
ei ly ; I. A. Dinsmore, Fred Clark. Geo.
Chappie, A. J. Clements, A. Savage, I).
D. Monro, Dr. Kingston, Grand Forks;
J A. McCallum, .lefi'ry Hamniar, Columbia ; Scott McRae, Deadwood; F. W.
Swinburn. Camp McKinney; F .1.
Mitchell and wife, Moose Jaw; N. II.
Lamont, Miss Lamont, Brandon, Man.;
Dr. Reinhardt, Nelson
Hew is Your Eyesight?
I    have    made   arrangements    with
J. C. LANNERBERG.
the Eye Specialist of Kossland, B. C, to
remain with me for some weeks. People with defective eyesight should not
miss this opportunity.
There are many ailments due to defective eyesight, and many people suffer
through life with headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly all cases,
he received by wearing a properly fitted
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearing of glasses, especially by children, anil express their fear that " if
they oncebeain to wear them thev are
afraid thev can never leave thein off
again." To fight against the assistance
which art may supply in this direction
is absurd. Why should not they be
worn through life, if by their aid discomfort is removed and sight preserved,
while through their lack, vision is indistinct, eye-pains or headache prevail, and
the tendency is toward the destruction
of tlie eye When the eyes feel tired
through overwork a pair of glasses properly fitted will give instant relief, and
such glasses iii many cases need to be
worn for only a few months, and the
benefit experienced will more than pay
for anv imaginary discomfort from wearing glasses.
With twenty years' experience in correcting chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of satisfaction
in Ihe work, and when no aid can be
had in restoring lost vision he will
truthfully say so. All work guaranteed.
Consultation free.
J. L. Whitk, Druggist,
Copper street.
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ment of my dental office an  OaflK    01    LOIUfHeiXe.
i Paid Up Capital, $6,000,i
apparatus for the administra
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Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
ifor 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.
Head Office, torohto.
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H.Plommep..
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result of right goods at   .    .
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We have just added to our
already large stock a fine
assortment of	
Xmas Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
Jj> Over 500 lbs. of Candies in our
z|v last shipment;   Chocolates,
(ft Creams and other toothsome
jjj dainties that, the ladies love.
% See our stock of Xmas Cards.
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Drafts andd Honey Orders issued
papable at any banking; point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BEANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
i DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
i NOTICE Ih hereby given that the partnership
! heretofore Biibsisting between us, the under-
Higncd, hb butchers and meat vendors at Camp
MeKinney, B. C hus this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. All debts owing to said
partnership are to be paid to Frederic W.
Swinburn at Camp McKinney aforesaid, and
nil elHims iigainst the Bald partnership are to
be presented to thu aHid Frederic W. Swinburn,
by whom the same will be settled.
Dated tit Greenwood, B. C, thlB 14th day of
December, A. I). 1900.
Witness J. Y. FLOOD.
J. R. BROWN. F. W. SWINBURN
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and
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MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER ADD JOHN HASSE.
I���OH instruction on the
I Violin, Piano, Mando
lin, etc., see Prof. Kaui'f-
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Violins, Mandolins and
(iuitars, from $5 up.
0 teenwood Music Store
Ttike notice tluil I have caused to tic done on
thu White Home mineral claim situnte in Cop.
per enmp, In the Kettle liver milling division
of Yule district, British Columbia, the work re- I
quired hy section 21, of the Mineral Act for the |
yeiir which hits expired, and have expended 1
for such work and for recording ihe certificate
thereof the sum of (102.60, mid that if. ��t the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
lirst publication of this notice, you full to contribute your proportion of such expeiulituoo,
namely, the sum of (25.62 each, together with
nil eosis of advertising, your interest in said
mineral claim s��all he liable to forfeiture us
provided by ihe "Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Dated this Brd das of Octoher. 190(1.
11. I.. WOOD.
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