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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 8.
Greenwood, B. C, February 23, 1901.
Per Year, $2.00.
j Seeing is Proof}
SHORErS READY
Tailored Clothing
_  by a single glance.    It is dis- ��
j tinct from the ordinary Ready I
!��� Made. ���
We ask you to come into
I  our store this spring and pick
I  up  any garment at  random.
IThey  are  all  right  in   every j
particular.   There are no shod- J
1  dy   marks   about   them ��� no j
J  stinginess   or   skimpiness   of
(material.
The particular advantage of -.
I our clothing is that it  looks f
!���  well, wears well and lasts well, j
Isn't that the kind of spring I
(clothing you want. j
Money back if you want it, >
RENDELL & CO.
A
A \
A ���
COMPLETE 5T0CK ?
*      Mining Machinery,
is!      Mining Supplies,
tjjjjt      Crockery,
^      Glassware.
Silverware,
A     Graniteware,
Tinware,
Lamp Goods,
Paints and Oils,
Sash and Doors,
Pipe and Fittings,
Stoves.
!JH                Shelf and Heavy Hardware. iH!
A. Best Equipped Tinshop in the City, A.
.1*              In charge of skilled mechanics.    We arc prepar- At
ed to give estimates upon all classes of work--
l^f                                also do repairing of all kinds. ��f
A    Don't Overlook Our Grocery Department. A
A  The Russell-Law-Caulfield Co., Ltd. A.
WHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL.
THE MOTHER LODE
A Description of the Greenwood Smelter.
PAUL   JOHNSONS  EXPERIENCE
As a Smelter Manager���The Capacity of tbe Smelter Will Be
Increased.
MURDER AT DENORO
urday Night
BY    A    DRUNKEN    COMPANION
P. BURNS & Co.
Fresh and Cured
Meats.
Poultry, Fish and
Oysters.
MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
In 189ft the Mother Lode mineral claim
in Deadwood camp, near Greenwood,
was bonded by Col. John Weir for himself and Messrs. F. L Underwood and
.Tames F. Tichenor, all of New York
city, N. Y. In September of that year
systematic mining work was begun on
the property under the direction of
Frederic Keffer, E. M., wbohai< remained in charge ever Bince.
In the spring of 1898 the British Columbia Copper Company, Ltd., was organized in New York and it at once
acquired the Mother Lode and several
adjoining claims. Mr. Keffer was appointed general manager for the company and operations were continued but
upon a larger scale. Since then the
property has been extensively developed
until today it is one of the largest and
best equipped mines in the Boundary
district.
The existence of large bodies of copper-gold ore in the mine having been
proved, the question of its reduction engaged the attention of the management,
who decided upon erecting a smelterand
took  steps to carry the decision into
effect, with the result that the company
is   now   operating  its   own ��� reduction
works    The site of the smelter is at the
junction of Copper ert���� with Boundary
creek at Anaconda, which  lies  immediately south of and adjoining the town
of Greenwood.   The location is a  most
suitable one, both as regards its physical
conformation, which is generally  favorable to the requirements of a gravity
system and distance from the company's
mine, from which the bulk of its ore
supply will come.   The mine is distant
about, three miles and its altitude is 850
feet above that, of the smelter, so that
there will be no serious obstacle to  putting in an aerial tramway if at any time
it be found necessary to make such con-
nectionibetween mine and smelter. The
0.   I'.   R.  company has constructed a
branch of its Columbia & Western  railway from (Ireenwood to the  mine,  passing through the smelter site en  route.
The conformation of the ground also ad-
j mits of railway tracks being run to the
j smelter  at  three different levels���the
I highest above the upper ore  bins, the
! middle immediately over the lower ore
\ bins and the "yard" for ores,  fuel  and
duxes, and the lowest to come in  from
| Columbia & Western main line to Mid-
: way, this last below the level of the fur-
i nace  for convenience in shipping the
copper matte.   The average elevation of
the smelter site above Boundary creek,
' running below' is about 100 feet, so that
there is plenty of room for a slug dump.
Besides possessing these several advantages, the site la centrally situated  for
| the receipt of custom  ores,   which   will
, also be treated at the smelter.
Starting from the top of the works the
: upper ore bins come lirst. These are
j six in number, substantially framed
I with 12x12 sawn timbers and lined with
18x12 planking. They are built in two
I parallel rows of three each, with it double
railway track over them. Each bin has
a holding capacity of 500 tons, so that
! the total capacity of these receiving
hunkers is about .'i,000 tons. Beyond
them a trestle has been built, this and
the length over the ore bins providing
room for l(i railway cars at. one time.
An incline tramway connects these ore
bins with the sampling mill building, a
frame structure 78xft5 and 58 feet high.
The sampling mill plant includes a No.
6 Gates' crusher, capable of reducing 40
tons of rock per hour to a 8 W. inch gauge;
a .No. 2 Gates' crusher to reduce to a ll,-.>
inch gage and a No. 0 (iates crusher to
reduce to a fineness of '.j an  inch ;  four
Johnson's automatic.samplers; a set of
liixio Reliance rollers, stylo B; a sample
grimier; n belt and bucket elevator with
10 inch  buckets,  and  otlier  requisites.
The upper floor of the sampling mill is
8ft feetabove the lower and the first nnd
second crushers are set high up so us to
allow of the ore not retained by the
samplers falling by gravity into the mill
ore  bins.    This  arrangement   provides
The Accused Appeared Before I. H.
Hallett Thursday and Was
Committed for Trial.
; that only one twenty-fifth   part of the
t ore has to be elevated and  this  after it;
has been crushed   to a   fineness  of  \%\
inches.   Automatic   handling   is   also, 	
j secured from the time the ore is dumped i
i into the big crusher until it reaches the | Harry    Rowaild    Stabbed   Sat-
bins.  The present capacity of the sampling mill is 500 tons in 12 hours, or twice
' that quantity every 24 hours if run con-
, tintiotisly.   By extending the main shaft
! and adding one or two sets of  crushers,
samplers, etc., the capacity can be
I doubled or tripled accordingly. The
' motive power for the mill plant is sup-
j plied by a 10x18 Erie engine,  rated at
100 horse power at, 100 pounds pressure,
the steam coming from the main boilers
in the boiler house below.
Between the sampling mill  and the
furnace are the lower or smelter mixture ore bins.    These number  12,   of
similar substantial construction to the
j upper bins. They are arranged in four
| rows of three each and cover an area of
! 52x152 feet under one roof.   Their total
holding capacity is about 0,000   tons.
There is ample levelled space on either
| side to add three or four similar groups
of bins when largely extended operations shall require their erection.   The
existing complex of bins is crossed  by
two railway tracks, each about 400 feet
in length and carried on trestles 21  feet
in heigbth. Room haB been left between
these tracks for a third,  which  will  be
required   later for sw.tcbing  purposes.
The provision of these lower tracks allows of ore from  the company's mine
being dumped directly into the mixture
bins without passing through the sampling mill and consequently of economy
in handling when large quantities of ore
are known, by sampling at the mine, to
run sufficiently high in value to make a
smelter sampling unneceessary.
The main flue, or dust chamber,  has
been built below the lower ore bins and
I at right angles to them. It is 12 feet
; wide, 14 feet high and 015 feet long, the
j last part, 215 feet in length, running up
the slope of a hill.    At the top end  a
, tempory steel plate smoke stack, ft feet
I ft inches in diameter and 90 feet high,
(Concluded on page 3.1
WEST  F0BK  NOTES.
Rendell, B. C, Feb. 17.���Fisher's
mill started on the 12th inst., and has
been running since without a hitch,only
closing down long enough for the men
to rest, They have considerable lumber
piled up in the yard, and judging from
the many enquiries coming in for lumber, there will be considerable activity
in the building line in   the  near future.
Spencer Hennerinan, of the firm of
Rickards & Bennerman, Midway, bus
been visiting c.s the past week. While
here he selected a lot ill Rendell and
placed an order with the mill company
for lumber for n building which he intends to use as a dwelling and oftice. He
! expects to return in a few days, and as
soon as the building is ready he will en
; gage in the real estate and insurance
business.
Mine Host Francis of Beaverton is
busy putting up ice for bis hotel in anti-
: cipntion of the coming rush. He claims
and justly too, that it is impossible to
give a man a nice summer dring, even
with Beaverton whiskey, without n little
Ice in it.
As ii result of ihe   ricb  strike on   tbe
Sallie last week, Superinl lent Vacher ] pm.i|j
has put on   three  extra   men.    He  ha,>
Information reached (Ireenwood by
telephone on Saturday night to the effect
that a man named Harry Rowand had
been killed at the Denoro townsite,
Summit (tamp. Provincial Constable
D.J, Darraugh at once went out and.
upon learning the circumstances under
which deceased had met his death, arrested .1. McGill lies Rivieres and
brought him to (ireenwood. On Sunday
morning District Coroner Dr. .lakes,
Chief Provincial Constable W. G, MeMynn, Dr. Foster. Constable Darraugh
and the prisoner drove ont to Denoro. A
jury was empanelled and evidence taken,
which went to show that deceased, n
man named Tom Jones and Des Rivieres
had been drinking together in the cabin
of the last named : Ihat they had drunk
two quart bottles of whiskey ;that,Iones
went to sleep and half an hour afterwards was awakened when Des Rivieres
told him that Rowand was bleeding and
asked him to get a doctor: that tbey
went together to a hotel near by and informed tbe occupants, when .1. Olson
and others went to the cabin and found
that Rowand was dead. Des Rivieres
exonerated Jones from all blame in the
matter, .limiting Ihat he stabbed Rowand, but claimed that he did so in self-
defence. Dr. Foster found a superficial
knife wound on deceased's right breast
and a deeper wound high upon the left
side, the latter having caused death.
The jury found that deceased came to
his death by wounds caused by the
prisoner.
Rowand is described as u  man about
30 years of n.e, well developed and good
looking, ami of good education and fam-
1 My.   Bis nn'ther lives in Toronto and
I lie lias other relatives  in Canada,    He
worked for  some  time  at  the  Mother
I Lode mine and later at the B. ('., iu the
'neighborhood of which hitler he met his
Untimely   death.      Both    he    and    tbe
! prisoner worked last year ou  the  C.   I*.
R. surveys in this district.   Des Rivieres
; is a Frenchman of about 40 years of age.
Oil Thursday last, a preliminary hearing was  held   in   the city  hall,   before
i Police Magistrate Hallett, when all the
! evidence iu the case was taken and   the
prisoner ��� ommitted for trial.  II appears
that the accused was made the butt of
' local wits around Denoro, and   being   uf
I an excitable nature while under the  influence of   liquor,   Committed   Ihe deed
while in an excited state.
The accused is well educated, refined
and sociable,  and   his   present  trouble
: may easily lie attributed to the too   free
I use of intoxicants.
now a force of twelve men  al work.    A.
Logan's pack train is kept busy tawhid-
ing the (Ire lo Beaverton.
0. .K. Shaw, James   Kerr, Alex. Roh-
R. Marpole, general superintendent oi
the   Pacific  division  of   the   Canadian
railway, accompanied hy II.  K.
Beasley. formerly superintendent of the
Kootenay division, and '���'. I' Hutelins
and .1. s. Luvi reuce, engineer and train-
master respectively oi the C. p. Iiv
Knot, nay and  Boundary  district  line.-.
insonand Alex. Logan left here Wed- I reached Green wood oi, February IBtli,
nesilay to locate a pass for the proposed | ������ ��� visit m Inspection in tin- Boundary.
railroad from Vernon. ^bout ., v,.ir .,���,, \|,.  i',..,^,^ ini.lr,hh.
C. Winters of Camp McKinney, pro-; furred irom Nelson, B. ('., In a position
vincial constable and license inspector, in Ihe office of Ihe vlce-preildeill nt
paid Beaverton and Rendell a living liMontreal. Now he is under instriii lion-
visit the past week. ; tn assume the  ollice  of  superintendent
The cold snap which lasted about t|,e Cascade and Thompson sections of
eight days, has given way to soft, warm Itlll! Pacific division, with headquarters
weather, and in consequence the team- ���* Vancouver, in succession to W.
sters are complaining bitterly about the I Downie. The last named official, alter
roads. We would much rather see cold ninny years of efficient service on the
weather for some time yet than lose the j coast, has been appointed sUperitendent
sleighing, ns there is a  large amount of
ore yet to be hauled from the Carmi and
and the Sallie to the   Boundary  Falls
smelter.
WORKING OVERTIME.
Eight hour laws are Ignored hy those
tireless, little worker-���Dr. Kinn's New-
Life Pills.   Millions nra always at work,  cures
llight   ami   day,    curing    Indigestion,   lion,'
of the Kootenay-Boundary division
which is jusl growing in importance.
The preseni superintendent, Capt. J.
W. Truiip, cues to Vancouver, iu the
capacity of manager ol the ('. P. R,
company's coast steamship lines.
BUCKLENS ARNICA SALVE
Has world-wide fame lor marvellous
It surpasses all} other salve, lo-
illtmenl or halm for Cuts.  Corns,
Biliousness,   Constipation. Sick  Head-   Burns, Boils, Sores, Felons, Ulcers, Tet-
ache and ull Stomach, Liver and  Bowel   ter, Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Chapped
! troubles.      Kmy,   pleasant,  safe,  sure.   Hands. Skin  Kriiplinns;    Infallible  f"r
[Only 25c  at  Miller  Bros',   and    I.    L. I Piles.    Cure  guaranteed,    Only  25c at
White's drug store. J. L. White's and Miller Bros'. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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* THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE I
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.
I    Capital, $8,000,000
Rest, $2,000,000    I
HOB. GEO. A. COX, President.   -   -   B. E. WALKER, General Manager.
J. H. PLUMMER, Ass't Gen. Manarer.
|    J. W. H. SMYTHE. MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH    |
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.1. R. Brown. J. P. McI.koii.
McLEOD & BROWN,
Barristers,  Solicitors,
Notaries Public,  Etc.
Naden-Flood block,  (ireenwood,   B.  C.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
access to all parts of it. Hundreds of
people visited it during the first week,
and the management did not miss any
machinery or matte, so it may reasonably be supposed that the people of
Boundary district are more honest than
those with whom Paul Johnson has previously been in the habit of associating.
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Scientific Examination
of Your Eyes	
A. F. <& A. M.
Miller Bros. Will Serve You
For Drugs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, etc.
Eor Expert Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving, and Careful Compounding of Prescriptions, Miller Bros, of Greenwood, B. C. are First and Foremost	
ABOVE  ALL   COMPETITORS,
(IREKNWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M..
G. it. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
C. NCOTT GALLOWAY, W. It.
M. E. MILLER, Secretary.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch ot the Federation
meets hereaiter In Union ball, Silver Btreet,
at7:Sfl  p. m.every Saturday evening.
M. H. K^NE, Secretary.
A.GUESS, -M. A.
11. A. OTJE88, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
MIHIHG EHGIHEERS, GREEHWOOD.
Assay, ANALYSES, REPORTS.
i'v.iNiiiB Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MIMING PROPERTIES EXAMXHED
 AMD REPORTS FURNISHED.
THOI.Ol'iiUI.Y   ( ONVKHSANT  WITH  THE  BOUNDARY
.... District	
..Gree^odMiner."!    Greenwood,B. C.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GRKE.NWOOP. B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
(In and after Monday. October 16, mails will
arrive and be  dispatched as follows:    Mails
close for all points east and west at 1:80 p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1:30 p. 111 l!80 p. m.
Anaconda 1 :.'10 p. ra 1:80p. m.
Deadwood 8:80 a,m 8:30 a. m.
JcsTnow the newspapers of British
Columbia are much exercised over the
possibility of Jim Hill getting control of
the coal beds of East  Kootenay,  with
the result that the coal and coke output
of the district  will  be diverted  to the
I'nited States, and our smelters be compelled to buy fuel elsewhere.  It appears
that Jim Hill is applying to the  Dominion house for a  charter to extend  his
lines into Canadian  territory.     These
extensions would enter into competition
with the C  P. K., and as a large  majority of the people favor railway competition,  it would not be policy   for   the
papers under the control of the C. P. R. I
to advance this argument, so they  have;
started the cry that the ultimate result'
of the extension of Jim Hill's system into Canadian territory will be to shut !
down the smelters now in operation, ow- j
ing to the fact that the coal  and coke I
output of Canada will be diverted to the
United   States.     There   is   very  little
danger of the smelters of Yale and Knot- I
enay having to shut down on account of j
scarcity of fuel, at all events the   people
are quite willing to exchange a few million   tons  of  coal   and   coke   for   the
privilege of competing railway lines.
HAD TO CONQUER OR DIE.
THE   BEST   BEER    IN   TOWN'    IS   MADE   HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,  Props.
ASK
Elkhorn
K. OF P.
GREENWOOD LO DOE NO. !��, K. OK I'., IlieetB
overy Wednesday evening at 1:80 In the Masonic hall, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    D. A. MACKENZIE, C. C.
A. H. EMBRKE, K. R. it R.
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ELECTRICAL
CONSTRUCTION
AND SUPPLIES
FOR
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It, Is kept, on
Draught or in Hot-
ties by all tbe Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
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Cable Address   "Maori.'
Code   "Morelne 8b Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning at Greenwood,
Hritish Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manaeer.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Year 12.00
Six Months 81.00
Foreign, One Year 82,50
Payable Invariably In Arlvanee.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and h cents per line.
SATURDAY, FKHM'AR 28, 1901.
With the blowing in of the Greenwood
smelter on  .Monday  last commences a
new era in the development, of the mines [
in Deadwood,  Copper,   Skylark,  I'rovi
dence and  West Copper camp.   Those
prospectors who  have  held  onto  their '
claims for years will now he in a position
ihat they can either sell or ship sufficient
ore to pay for development. Whether
the (ireenwood smelter has all the mod- |
em Improvements or not, is a matter
thai does not affect the average prospector lo any extent, so long as Paul
Johnson is able to convert ore into
matte, This, we believe he has been
successful iu accomplishing, and it may
safely be said that the smelter is a
success.
Tiik Miner would respectfully draw
the attention of the manager of the
(ireenwood smelter to the fact that Canadians have never yet been known to
steal a smelter furnace while in full
blast, so his precautions in keeping the
public off the smelter grounds are really
unnecessary. The public of (ireenwood
have no intention of moving the smelter
from its present site, neither have they
any intention to carry off any large
quantities of red-hot matte. The Miner
might also suggest to Mr. Johnson that
had the smelter covered a smaller area,
the cost of fencing would have been much
less. When the (iranby smelter was
blown in, the public were allowed free
" I was just about gone," writes Mrs.
Rosa Richardson, of Laurel Spring, X.
C, "I had Consumption so bad that the
best doctors said I could not live more
than a month, but I began to take Dr.
King's New Discovery and was wholly
cured by seven bottles and am now
stout and well." It's an unrivaled life
saver in Consumption, Pheumoiiia, La
Grippe and Bronchitis; infallible for
Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Hay Fever,
Croup or Whooping Cough. Guaranteed
bottles 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles free
at J. L. White's and Miller Bros', drug
store.
CITY COUNCIL.
At. the regular meeting of the city
council Monday night there were present the mayor and Aldermen Caulfield,
Naden, Ross, Sullivan and Sutherland.
After reading and adoption of minutes
of previous meeting the following communications were read and disposed of:
Letter of A. I). Hallett in reference to
payment of men turning out to tires was
referred to finance committee.
Letter from Dr. Schon, medical officer of health was referred to board of
health.
On motion of Alderman Naden, seconded by Alderman Canllield, the city
clerk was appointed assessor and collector, for which he will be allowed an
additional salary of $75 per annum.
Moved by Alderman  Naden, seconded
by Alderman Sullivan, thai  assessment,
roll he made returnable on   IHth March
The lire and light committee recommended that wood nt cemetery be sold
to C. J. McArtliur.
Finance committee roporled sufficient
funds   on    hand   to   meet  expenses cf
Waterland case.
Street committee recommended that
Sprott &   Maopherson   he   allowed   to
place sign post on street.
Moved by Alderman Naden seconded
by Alderman Caulfield, that lire team
be dispensed with. Aldermen Caulfield,
Naden and Ross voted for the motion
and Alderman Sutherland against.
C. .1. McArtliur was granted use of
fire team.   Council then adjourned.
A FIREMAN'S CLOSE CALL.
" I stuck to my engine, although every
joint ached and every nerve was racked
with pain," writes ('. W. Bellamy, a locomotive fireman, of Burlington, Iowa.,
" 1 was weak and pale, without any
appetite and all run down. As I was
about to give up, I got a bottle of Electric Bitters and, after taking it, I felt as
well as I ever did in my life." Weak,
sickly, run down people always gain new
life, strength and vigor from their use.
Try them. Satisfaction guaranteed by
Miller Bros, and J. L. White. Price 50c.
...TO LET...
���
BUILDING Suitable lor
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
.FOR SALE...|
Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMEHT.
Mine Installation
a Specialty.
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo.,
Eto. House Wring and Dyn.
amo Repairing.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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The   Gem Restaurant
Copper Street. Greenwood.
Meals at DAY OR....
All Hours   ....NIGHT
Private Dining Room for Ladies.
BEST MEALS. BEST SERVICE
WERNER _  PITTOCK, Proprietor..
IJLiUULSUliUULSJIAAIULOJLSLa i
Mrs. Larkin
has taken charge of the rooms in the
AUDITORIUM,
where she will be prepared to look
after all her old customers and as
many new ones as she can entertain.
The rooms are well furnished and
comfortable; rates reasonable If
you need rooms, call and see her,
before taking elsewhere.    .    .
Canadian
...Pacific
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
And Soo Line
FIRST-CLASS  SLEEPERS
on tilt train* from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C^     Landing
TOURIST CARS
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Manufacturers   ^|| |(jn(Js Qf Carboiialed   Beverages,!    T''Ma��J���i Thursdays and Fridays.  Toronto
Ky^ j       mi Mondays and Wednesdays. Montreal
Sole Agents tor THE LION BREWIHG CO., Rossland B. C. and Boston mi Saturdays
Tbe Largos! Browory In lirlilsh Columbia.
Same cars pass Kcvclstoke one day earlier.
JAS, McCREATH & CO., Proprietors,
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MEALS BY THE DAY, WEEK, MONTH OR YEAR
BUNGERT & CO., PROPS.
Everything You Want and Just flow You Want It
Open Day and Night.
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orilddrcs nearest local agent.
E. It. REDFATH. Agent, Greenwood.
.1. s. CARTER, E. J. COYLE,
I). I'. A., Nelson, U. C. A. G. P. A., Vam .
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
POTTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate iii ihe Kettle river Mining OiviBion
of Vale District. Where located -In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
claim.
Take not ice thai I, Sydney .M. Johnson, as
agent for M. M. Welch, free miller's certificate
, No. BS.18D. John P. Anderson, free miner's certillcate Nn. B29.7A7, and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certificate No. BA8,297, intend, sixty
ays from tbeilate hereof, to apply to the Milling
Recorder for it eertilicat-j of improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action under
section  :i",  must be commenced  before   the
issuance nf such certillcate of improvements.
Ilateil at (Ireenwood, B. C. December ai, 1900
61-9 SYDNEY M. .IOHNPON THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
THE MOTHER LODE
rises from a brick base. The solid rock
has been levelled for 35 feet square for a
permanent brick stack. The top of the
present stack is 190 feet above the furnace floor, Hue and stack giving an
effective draught. The Hue has thick
masonry wallB, the lower part lined with
brick and the whole arched over with
brick. It is sufficiently large in both
cross section and length for six furnaces
and also to take the fumes from the
Bessemer works that will be put in later.
The blast furnace house is 58x45 and
42 feet to peak of foof. The lower part
is of structural iron plates one inch thick
for a floor in front of the furnace. The
feed floor is 16 feet II inches above tbe
lower floor and is also of cast iron plates.
These iron floors will be fireproof against
matte explosions and will allow of large
settling pots being put in later, without
danger of fire from radiation nf heat
when converting the copper matte. A
double platform elevator, with a capacity of 4,000 pounds, will serve to lift
cars of slag, matte, etc., from furnace
floor to feed floor. The water-jacket
blast furnace has a stated capacity of 250
tons. Its dimensions are 42 inches wide
by 150 inches long inside at the tuyeres,
of which there are 10 at each side of 3>j
inches diameter. The down-take pipe
goes from the furnace at 12 feet above
the feed floor up about 15 feet and then
down into the main flue. Two patented
Johnson fore-hearths, settling pots, slag
pots, charging barrows, an eight-beam
Fairbauk's charging scale and otlier
accessories make up the furnace house
equipment.
The main air blast pipe is of No. 12
steel, 48 inches in diameter and 123 feet
in length. It has 30-inch branches for
connecting witli blower and furnace
respectively. It has several blind heads
to admit of connection witli other blowers when these shall be put in. Water
for cooling the furnace jackets, granulating the slag, and for other purposes
about the smelter, is brought from Copper creek through abobt 3,000 feet of
8 inch steel pipe, carried on trestles in a
box flume packed with sawdust to prevent freezing. The water is delivered at
the smelter at a pressure head of 115
feet. An alternative supplv will, in case
of need, be pumped up from Boundary
creek, through 500 feet of 6-inch pipe,
by a Prescott low service duplex pump,
7x10x12, worked by steam from a 50
horse power vertical boiler.
A building 100 feet long by 45 feet wide,
divided into two compartments 60x45
and 40x45 respectively, houses the
engine, blower, electric light plant and
boilers, tlie last mentioned occupying
the smaller division. The high pressure
cylinder of a cross compound Reynolds
Corliss engine, 16x36, rated at 150 horse
power with 100 pounds steam pressure
has already been installed and the
foundation for the other half has been
prepared. The balance wheel of this
engine is 16 feet in diameter, 33 inch face
and weighs approximately 19,000 pounds.
The Connersville blower is especially
designed for a copper smelter. It is described as a horizontal top-discharge
involute blower, having a displacement
of 80 cubic feet of air per revolution and
will run satisfactorily 150 revolutions
per minute at 32 ounce pressure. Space
has been left for a second blower when
it shall be tequired. The electric light
plant includes a 250 16 c. p. light, Marine automatic dynamo 15 k. w., to run
350 revolutions per minute; engine, 8
inch diameter by 8-inch stroke. There
are three 66 inch by 16 feet horizontal
return tubular boilern, each 100 horse
power, to stand a pressure of 130 pounds
of steam. Other plant in the boiler
room embraces a Reynolds' patent feed
water heater, 36 inches by 9 feet 4 inches,
a Metropolitan injector No. 13, capable
of feeding 300 horse power boilers, and a
Prescott duplex boiler feed pump, 6x4x6.
A blacksmith's shop 30x21, a carpenter's shop 40x24 complete the group of
smelter buildings, which are roofed with
corrugated iron, as a precaution against
fire. A two-story building, 78x40, situate
a short distance from the works, contains the office of the superintendent,
the assay office aud laboratory, and
rooms for the chemist and assayer. Near
by is the superintendent's residence, a
neat villa of modern style, and across
Baundary creek, in Anaconda, is the
smelter general office.
Although the B. (.'. Copper Company
had some time previously obtained an
option on the ground, the site for the
smelter was not definetely decided upon
until, alter it had been examined by
Paul Johnson, E. M., who afterwards
designed the smelter, directed itserection
and equipment, and is now operating it.
>Ir. Johnson's connection with smelting
commenced in his native land, Sweden
whence be went about 50 years ago to
Xew York, where he secured a responsible position with tlie Oxford Copper
Company. Returning to Sweden, he
built copper works in Halsenburg, where
he remained five years, going thence to
South America where, in 1889-90, he was
malinger of some gold mines in th
Argentine Republic.    Next, he returned
t' the (Tutted States and became superintendent of the smelting works at the
Kly copper mine, Vermont. Following
this he was assistant superintendent of
the Consolidated KanBas City smelting
works at El Paso, Texas, and then sup
erintendent of branch works under the
same proprietary. Later he was with
the Kansas City Smelting and Refining
Company, near Kansas City, proceeding
afterwards to Leamington, Utah, where
he built a lead smelter for F. L. Underwood, now a leading member of the B.
C. Copper Company. In 1895 he was
with the Hall Mines Company, at Nelson, B. 0.| where he built in three and
a half months the first copper furnace
erected in the province. Two years later
he went to Aguas Calientos Mexico,
where he re-built coppor and lead works
for M. (Ttiggenheim's Sons. Aftererect-
ing a smelter for the California Copper
Company, at Madera, California, Mr.
Johnson undertook the work he is now
completing, and which he will, in all
likelihood, have opportunity during the
current year of enlarging and developing
into one of the most successful copper
producing establishments in Canada.
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Only $1.55 per Sack.
GOLD DROP FLOUR
$1.40 per Sack.
OOOD APPLES
$1.85 per Box.
POTATOES
$1.50 per cwt.
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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.
THKJBAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel Block.
GREENWOOD, B. C
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We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc
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Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
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Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
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In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek camp, situated on the main  wagon road T.
and location line of the C. & W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton. Jfc
Town Lots Now on the Market J
Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots $ioo.    Size of Lots on  business streets 25  x   100 feet and 25  x   no feet; on *
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per g^
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to *
H. M. KEEFER & CO., Greenwood, B. C.
FRANK BAILEY & CO.,
Green wood, Fairview nnd Simpknnipen Cltp,
\i_i-nl- fi r I!   (' THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
Hello There!!
Hello! Hello!!
YOU ARE BEHIND
THE TIMES
if you have not one of our
Telephone
Tablets.
It is the best article invented   for   the   purpose.
Convenient,    inexpensive,
always in place.
Telephone Tablet t���',1 $2.25
Extra Rolls, 250 feet,    .35
A pleasure to show the
above. Call and see it.
..SMITH _ McRAE..
'Phone, V. & N. 3-1.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
A Crowston made a business trip to
Nelson thin week.
King Kennedy, the ventriloquist will
give an entertainment in Greenwood on
the evening of the 2Stli inst,
There will be a regular meeting of the
Greenwood Liberal association in the
city hall, Wednesday evening, 27th
inst, nt 8 o'clock,    Important business.
Dr. II. W. Keith, who lias been in the
city for the past two months, left yesterday to take u position on the medical
staff nf tlie Crnw's Nest Pass Coal Company, at  Kernie.
The semi-annual elect ion of officers of
(ireenwood Miners' Union No. 22, VV.
F, M., will be held in tlie union hail on
Saturday next, March 2. I'oll will be
open from 3 to ii p. in.
.lames 0. I>:ile returned this week
from his old home in Illinois, lie was
accompanied by a brother and four
nephews, who intend going into tlie
sawmill business at Carmi, Tlie party
left Tuesday for the West Fork.
Arch. Dick, inspector of mines, lias
been inspecting some of the Boundary
district mines. On the 18tll inst he was
at Phoenix, wlieie lie visited several
mines. Next day lie wenl to the Mother
[.ode mine, near Greenwood, and later
to the li C. mine, near Eholt. The
Crow's Nest. Pass coal mines will next
have his attention.
.1. II. Ashdown, hardware merchant,
of Winnipeg, was in (ireenwood on February 18th, It is understood that his
visit to the Boundary district wns
primarily, in connection with the N'yn-
koop-stephens Company's general iner-
cantile business at Phoenix. .Ins. Lawrence, of the Lawrence Hardware Company, Nelson, li. ('., iu which Mr. Ash
down is also Interested, has, too, been
at Phoenix on similar business.
| 'TRACING   CLOTH, f
| (Imperial,)   BLUE ��
I PRINTPAPER,DRAW- f
I ING INKS and PAPER, |
| FIELD BOOKS, ETC., |
I and all materials suitable |
I for  Engineers   and   Sur- |
'i veyors,  etc., can be pro- s.
I I
I cured at Reasonable Prices |
| at J. L. COLES. J�� J. j* j
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�� Hooks, Stationery, Office 5:
E Supplies and Wall Paper. fr
The (ireenwood board of trade will
will give a banquet to delegates of associated boards of trade in tl e Windsor
hotel on the evening of March 1. Tickets
$10. The affair will be select, as only
editors, bank robbers, and roulette
dealers can afford to  pay $1(1  per plate.
Smith & McRae are bringing ont
postal cards, having on it views of the
It.  ('. Copper company and  Standard
Pyritic smelters. They will arrive before the meeting of the associated boards
of trade, and being particularly appropriate at this time are sure to have a
ready and extensive sale.
W. S. Keith, formerly part proprietor
of the (ireenwood Miner, who was a few
weeks ago appointed a preventive officer
iu the customs department and stationed at Greenwood, having been accepted
for service in South Africa, has resigned
his local appointment, and left yesterday, iu company with V. B, Smith, en
route to the scene of Ids new duties.
Information has been received at
(ireenwood that Angus Stuart, for several years connected with the provincial
press on the coast and in the Okanagan
nnd Boundary districts, and who was
British Columbia'sofflcial representative
at the Paris exposition, is to act in a like
capacity at tlie exhibition to be held this
year in Glasgow, Scotland. Mr. Stuart
is at present in Ottawa.
E. J. Wilson, metallurgist in charge
of the blast furnaces nt Oreat Falls'
smelter, Montana, has resigned that
position tobeconiesuperinteiidentof tlie
Standard Pyritic Smelting Company's
smelter near (ireenwood. Thos. Anderson, accountant, lately assistant secretary-treasurer of the King Mining Coni'
pany, Rossland, has been appointed accountant of tlie same company.
John Rogers of (Irand Forks was in
tlie city this week. He has lately taken
over the management of the Pathfinder
mine, on the North Fork. Active development has been sesumed on that
property. Part of the business which
brought Mr. Rogers to Greenwood was
to make arrangements for the treatment
of Pathfinder ore at the Pyritic smelter.
Regular shipments will be made as soon
as the snow leaves the ground. The ore
will lie hauled from the mine to the
Humming Bird spur, and from there on
the railway to tli3 smelter.
It is announced that a contract has
been entered into between the Morrison
Mines, Ltd , and the Standard Pyritic
Smelting Company, which binds the
former to deliver to the latter 3,(100 tons
of ore per month for a period of 12
months, delivery [to commence immediately after the completion of the work of
putting in a spur from the Columbia &
Western railway company's Deadwood
camp branch to the Morrison mine. It
is stated that this spur is to be constructed forthwith and that ore shipping may
be expected to commence in March.
Gilbert Mahon, manager of the .lewel
mine, in Long Lake camp, Boundary
district, will probably leave for England
shortly, to confer with tlie management
there of the Jewel Mines, Ltd., as to the
installation of a suitable plant for the
treatment of the ore and the resumption
of an active policy of development of the
mine, which is regarded as about the
most promising gold-quartz property in
the district. About 2,500 feet of work
have already been done in underground
development and a large quantity of ore
has been blocked out ready for stuping.
Mr. Million has taken an option for a
one-half interest in tlie Denoro Grande,
in tlie same camp, fnr $25,000.
II. R. Kirkpatrick, representative in
the Boundary district of tlie Jas. Cooper
Manufacturing Company, Ltd.. of Montreal, is now, in the absence in the east
of R. A. C. McNally, the linn's Rossland agent, looking after its business in
the latter town.    He spent a   lew days
in   and   around  Greenwood  about  tlie
middle of February,  having come over;
particularly to see the Stirling of the35-
drill   air compressor manufacturer]  by'
his  firm   and   lately   installed   at   the]
Mother Lode mine, near (ireenwood,for
the Britisli Columbia Copper Company.
Jas. D. Sword, who previously represent- i
ed the firm   at Rossland,  has  returned
from the east, and on the 20th of Febru-1
ary arrived in (ireenwood, on a business |
visit in tlie firm's interests.
PRESENTATION TO J. ANDERSON
(In Friday night, the 22nd inst, a pre-1
Dentation was made to Jas. Anderson,
who for some time past has been manager of the (ireenwood branch of the
Bank of British North America, and
who today leaves for Rosslnnd to take
charge of tlie bank's branch in that town.
The presentation took place rt the Imperial hotel, (ireenwood, where Mr.
Anderson was entertained by a number
of personal friends. The gathering was
of a very cordial though informal nature
and was presided over by Duncan Ross,
editor of the (ireenwood Times, who
(lining tlie evening called upon Frederic
Keffer, E. M-, general manager of jhe
Britisli Columbia Copper Company, to
present the guest witli a gold watch
chain and locket. This Mr. Keffer did,
accompaning the presentation with some
remarks expressive of tlie high esteem
in which Mr. Anderflon was held, both
in his official and private capacity.
Oilier gentlemen testified to the worth
of their guest both as a u-el'ul citizen
anil a good friend. After a couple of
hours had been spent very sociably, Mr.
Anderson, who leaves on todav's train
for Rossland, was bidden "God speed"
and tlie company sang "Auld Lang
Syne" and then dispersed. During the
evening a beauty welcome was extended
to W. (i. II. Belt, Mr. Anderson's successor. Tiie locket given to Mr. Anderson bore tlie following inscription, on
one side: "James Anderson. A token
of friendship (ireenwood, B. C, 1901,"
and on tlie otlier: "Better lo'ed ye
canna be.   Will ye no come back again."
Note 45 day removal sale at  the  0  1
0 second hand store.
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.
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opulent of our trade is the
result of right goods at    .    .
Right Prices.
We have just added to our
already large stock a fine
assortment of	
Xmas Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
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Over 500 lbs. of Candies in our \
last shipment. Chocolates, ^,
Creams nnd other toothsome I I
dainties that theladies love. ] j
See our stock of Xmas Cards,    j.
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I     White Lead.
Sash and Doors.
: ��  House   Painting
and
Decorating.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
i;' i        .SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
Sign   Writing.
USE MEUOR'S
MIXED PAINTS
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,'iolin, Piano, Mando
lin, etc., see Prof. Kauff-
nutnn.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store,
Tomato, cabbage and cauliflower j
plants from Ferguson's hot-houses. Ap- [
ply Khrlich & Humphrey, Copper st.
Books experted, opened, balanced and
kept posted. Best systems devised.
AcqCUUtant, P. 0. Box 60, Miner office.
Gem Restaurant under one management for past four years. Meals at all
hours.    Werner & Pittock, proprietors.
J. W. Mellor
��        Times' Building, Copper St.
Corporation of the City of Greenwood.
Application for Fire Chief.
APPLICATION'S will received by the undersigned up to February 28th, for the position of
Fire Chief and Sanitary Inspector combined,
for tin' City of Greenwood. Salary $90 per month
and free room. (*��� B. Taylor,
City Clerk.
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The Horseshoe restaurant is still feeding everybody. The best steaks, the best
chops, the best cutlets, the best pastry,
the best mush, hot cakes, coffee, tea and
cocoa, and Jackson's best brand of
MverB' creek cream.
...JNGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   ift8S@S&28
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
THE IMPERIAL
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts.. Greenwood, B. O.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
Linoleums * Upholstered Goods  |
Bedding, Btc.   Pictures and  Picture Frames.
T. M GULLEY & C0.y
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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