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 The Greenwood Miner.
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Published   Weekly.
, Vol. II. No. 43.
Greenwood, B. C., Saturday, October 27, 1900.
Per Year, 52.00.
THE FIRST   COURT
Held at Eholt's Ranch, Now
Midway.
THE   COMMITTEE   ON   DOCKET.
Cultas Dick vs. Wilber, an Interesting Action for Damages, Which
Did Not Come to Trial,
Midway being now the terminus of
the Columbio & Western railway, an
account of the first court held in that
town will be of interest to many who
were not then residents of of the district. Before the Boundary country had
been prospected to any great extent a
pre emption was taken up near the junction of Boundary creek with the Kettle
river by a man named Eholt, and to old-
time prospectors what "ia now Midway
was known aB Eholt's ranch. Like all
ranches in the early days it was a stopping place where prospectors, placer
miners, ranchers, and others who had
no occupation to speak of but that of
drifting from place to place, sat around
and swapped abnormal truths. The
other business centers in the district at
that time were Camp McKinnep, Koek
Creek, Ingram's ranch, Boundary Falls,
hind's ranch (n.iw Anaconda), and
Grand l'rairie. There were not very
many settlers in the district but they
were progressive. At a grand wa-wa
held at Lind's ranch, lasting for seven
days, it was decided that county court
sittings should be held in the district.
This was not deemed necessary on account of there being any differences
that could not be settled, as heretofore,
with nature's weapons, but because it
was rumored that the judge could play
a strong hand at "draw" when occasion
demanded. A committee was appointed
to communicate with Gold Commissioner Lambly who also acted in the
capacity of county court registrar. The
gold commissioner replied that there
was no reason why county court sittings
should not be held at Eholt's ranch providing there were cases to be tried. A
committee was appointed to look up
the grievances of the residents and
draft a docket. Sessions of this committee were heldjat Eholt' hind's and
(irand Prairie, with the result that
some twenty cases were arranged, the
principal of which, and the one that the
committee thought would be a fair test
of the judicial ability of his honor, was
that of Cultas Lick v. Wilbur. This
was an action to recover damages for
injuries sustained by the plaintiff while
being used us a balance to a keg of
whiskey on a pack saddle. The action
arose out of the following circumstances:
At a social function being held in the
Grand Prairie hotel it was found that
the liquid inspiration would run short,
so a committee, composed of Jim Wilbur, Cultas Dick and another person,
were appointed to go over the Dewdney
trail to Boundary Palls and procure
another keg. About 10 o'clock ut night
the deputation arived at Boundary
Falls. It of course required a few
minutes for refreshments before returning. Cultas Dick used the time for refreshment very industriously, and when
the keg was fastened on one side of the
pack saddle, Wilbur, who was engneer-
ing the packing, requested Cultas to get
something to balance the keg, but that
individual was beyond the stage where
he could find anything, and as he was
the cook, it was necessary that it should
begot back to Grand Prairie in some
way. So Cultas was slung on the opposite side of the puck. The night, was
dark and raining, und the trip made
as fust as possible without much thought,
if any, given to the comfort of Cultas
Dick. As a consequence, when the party
arrived at Grand Prairie Cultas was
badly disfigured. The committee on
docket decided that Dick should enter
an action for damages against Wilbur
for bodily injuries sustained while in
transit, and that Wilbur should contra
for freight charges at 2}2 cents a pound
and for mental worry and anxiety while
plaintiff was under his cure.
When court day arrival, prospectors,
placer miners and ranchers were in
attendance from Keremeos to Sheep
creek on this side of the line, and from
as far south us Waterville and Moses
Coulee in Washington. At 10 a. m. the
litigants were ali in good  shape, includ
ing Cultas Dick, but no judge; at 11
there was still a solid phalanx of good
intentions, but his honor came not; at
12 a messenger arrived from Osoyoos
and postponed the court for two days.
This was too much for human endurance, so litigants and others decided to
pass the time sociably. The sociability
became more and more energetic in its
character as the afternoon advanced.
One of the committee on docket sported
red hair and beard. The crowd thought
his hirsute adornment would look better
if dyed black. lie was taken to the
barber's and tied in the chair until this
was done. The Chinese cook at the
hotel refused to be convivial. He was
taken outside and a quart of club administered to him, at least a part of the
liquid went inside. The store was
closed and the proprietor and his assistant accompanied the crowd to the
hotel, apparently pleased. The barber
took to the tall timber. Towards evening a half-breed from Loomis, Wash.,
announced himself as a "bad man from
tin; headwaters," and the most dangerous thing that had occurred for some
time. He was accommodated. The
evening was spent in accommodations.
Next day the time was occupied in social
intercourse, with an occasional outburst
by some gentleman who had "ascended
the gulch," and the consequent accommodation by some other gentleman who
had " reached the headwaters." When
his honor did arrive lie found the docket
empty and the litigants full, it having
been decided that a judge who failed to
keep an appointment was an unstable
person and unfit to decide the important cases prepared by the docket committee Among all those who had assembled to do honor to the judge there
was not one "strong" enough to purchase a stack of whites and test his
obility at draw. Since then lawyers
have come in and county court cases are
numerous enough, bnt none of them
have received more serious thought than
those on the docket for the first court at
Eholt's ranch, and the old-timers will
always regret that his honor did not arrive in time to try Cultas Dick v. Wilbur.
DEVELOPMENT IN SUMMIT
Shaft on B, C. Being  Sunk Another
Hundred Feet���Splendid Ore Body
On R. Bell at 80 Foot Level,
G. A. Rendell, the Eholt merchant,
was here Wednesday. To a Miner representative he reported quite a little
activity in Summit and adjacent camps,
and is looking forward to a good winter
for the merchants of his town. By reason of the construction of a trail from
Eholt to the camps on the North Fork
of the Kettle river much of the trade of
that section is now being done at Eholt.
In speaking of the mines, he said:
The main working shaft on the B. C.
in Summit camp is to be continued
down an additional 100 feet. The shaft
was sunk to a depth of 272
feet, and from the 150-foot level down
it is three compartment in size. It is
proposed to continue it down this size.
On the R. Bell, a splendid body of ore
has been encountered in the drift on
the 80-foot level. It is the intention of
the management to ship this winter to
the (iranby smelter. The crosscut tunnel on the Humming Bird in Brown's
camp is in a distance of 80 feet, so far
the depth gained is a foot for foot in the
driving. Some little work is also being
done on the Rathmullen in the same
camp. On the Strawberry, owned by a
Quebec company, Superintendent .loe
Trainer reports that gray copper ore has
been encountered. This property is to
be equipped with machinery immediately,
INCENDIARY AT MIDWAY.
Shortly before midnight on Monday
a fire was discovered in the kitchen of
the hotel Spokane, Midway, but fortunately the proprietor, 1.. Suiter, had
water available, und with assistance
succeeded in subduing the Names, From
investigation it seems that the fire was
of incendiary origin, as a sack of shavings h.ul been saturated with coal oil
and put through the kitchen window
close to the range and ignited so as to
make it appear that the lire hud origin,
ated from the. range. The bolt had also
been taken out of the pump on the
premises.    The building was insured
W. M. Armstrong of Boise City, Idaho,
deputy grand chancellor of the Pacific
Legion of Honor, is in the city and will
institute a lodge of that order Monday
evening in the Masonic Temple.
MINISTER OF FINANCE
is enlarged.    This is now  understood to
have been definitely decided.���Rossland
Miner.
Is Waited on  by  Prominent
Citizens of Greenwood.
SITTINGS   OF SUPREME  COURT
Will   Probably Be Held in  Greenwood���Will  Recommend  Appropriation for Court House.
Hon. ,1. H. Turner, provincial minister of mines, arrived in the city on
Thursday morning from Phoenix and
left by the afternoon train for Victoria.
An Impromptu meeting of prominent
citizens was called and waited upon the
minister at the reception rooms of the
Greenwood club. Mr. Turner appeared
anxious to hear of any requests or grievances from the citizens of Boundary's
metropolis. Mr. Whiteside, speaking
for the legal fraternity, dwelt upon the
necessity of having a sitting of the
supreme court held in Greenwood, as
the transportation to and from Nelson
and Rossland entailed an enormous expense upon litigants. The speaker also
pointed out the saving it would be to
the province if the assizes for the
Boundary district were held at Greenwood instead of Vernon and Kamloops.
The necessity of a provincial court house
and jail for Greenwood was also strongly-
urged.
Mr. Galloway asked the minister if
he could give the meeting any information relating to the V., V. & E. Ry. ;
whether it was the intention of the
present  government to have it built.
Another matter mentioned was that
of the office of agent-general for British
Columbia in London, in connection with
which several of the gentlemen present
expressed themselves as being in accord with the government in its intention to improve the general conduct of
that office by an increased appropriation, better quarters and the appointment of a responsible and well-informed
agent-general. The members of the
board further Intimated that they were
in favor of the representation of the
mining interests of the province at the
Glasgow exhibition, und of maintaining
in London a permanent mineral exhibit
thoroughly representative of the province und in charge of an official familiar
with its mineral resources.
Mr. Turner, in replying to the speakers, said that he clearly saw the necessity for holding sessions of the supreme
court and assizes iu (ireenwood, and although such mutters came under the
attorney-general's department, he would
take it upon himself to bring them before the government. As to a court
house, he saw the advisability of having
such a building, containing accommodation for the ollices of the gold commissioner, mining recorder, supreme
court registrar, provincial police, etc.,
and he would undertake to bring that
question to the notice of the government, but thought the jail question had
better be allowed to lie over for a time,
as they could hardly expect to get jail
and court house at the next session.
Referring to tlie V., V. & K. R'y, the
minister thought it improbable that the
line to the coast would he built by the
government in the near future, but
rather that steps would he taken to
have a line built from the Boundary district to Penticton and u fast line of
boats put on the lake route connecting
at Okanagan landing with the Shuswap
and Okanagan railway, thus very materially decreasing both time and freight
und passenger rates to the coast. Alter
a hearty vote of thanks to Mr. Turner,
the meeting adjourned
PHOENIX MAKES A RECORD.
Monday's ore shipments from Phoenix camp established what is In In- u
record for British Columbia milling
camps. Nearly 1,000 tons of ore were
shipped to the Granby smelter by the
Miner-Craves syndicate, operating several of the big mines located here. It is
not intended to ship this amount of ore j
every day, as the syndicate's smelter at
Giund Forks could not handle it,
having a capacity oi only BOO tons daily.
The ore sent out Monday consisted oi
31 cars of about 30 tons each, making
three trains. It came from the Old
Ironsides, Knob lliil und Victoria mines.
Tlie regular shi| nts   are.OoO   tons
each twenty-four hours,   which   will   be
maintained until the syndicate's smelter
CANADIAN MINT.
Hon. W. S. Fielding. Canadian finance minister, in a [speech at Montreal
on October 22, announced that the Canadian government had obtained the consent of the Imperial government for the
establishment of a branch of the Mint
iii Canada . The natural location for
the establishment of such an institution
is British Columbia, the province which
is in the front rank in the production of
gold, silver and copper. Every town in
the province is claiming the credit of
being the place for ts establishment,
but if the whole affair is not a campaign
dodge we feel that we are justified in
saying that the proper locution for such
an institution is somewhere in the
Kootenay or Slocan districts. When
the rumor becomes an established fact
it will be time enough for the Miner to
portray with artistic pen the great natural advantages of the Boundary metropolis.
AS TO SIGNS,
Signs indicate very little at times.
Every otlier day I have a fine washing
on a line back of my office but I do not
run a laundry. Just after it ruins all
the cows in town line up to my water
burrel but I do not run a dairy. I
sometimes find golden hairs on my coat
collar but I have no wife. I often find
money in my pocket but I do not run a
mint. Hens roost on my woodpile but
I never sell eggs. Signs are not to he
depended upon any more than some of
my numerous bashful subscribers.���
New Denver Ledge.
The government of British Columbia,
it is said, has decided to offer for sale all
the government mining claims in the
Klondyke region. This news will be received with much joy at Dawson, as it
means the development of the best property there. The property in question
is the alternate claims that had been reserved by tbe government during the
big rush. There are about 10,000claims
in the reserve.���Western alining World.
STANDARD   PYRITIC   CO.
Will Blow ir .Smelter About First of
Year���Machinery Is Now   En
Route for Greenwood.
J. P. Harlan, ore purchaser for the
Standard Pyritic Smelting company, informs the Miner that the complete
smelter plant is on its way to Greenwood und will be installed immediately
upon its arrival. It will be blown in
about the first of the year. Only one
furnace of 300 tons capacity will be at
first started, but the construction of the
works is sue1! that it can be duplicated
at short notice. Mr. Harlan says the
company will experience no difficulty in
getting ore, as there are several properties in Wellington. Deadwood and Summit camp ready to begin shipping as
soon as the plant is completed. When
asked about the development of the
Marguerite mine, which is controlled
by the Standard company, Mr. Harlan
said the main shaft is now down 100
feet, from which level drifting is being
carried on to the east and west to tap
the ore bodies on either side. Some ore
has already been encountered in the
west drift. Drifting is also being carried
on from the bottom of the old shaft and
is now in 00 feel, all in good ore. About
three cars have already been raised to
the ore bins. The Marguerite will be
in a position to make steady shipments
to the smelter in u few months. The
Stan lard compitnv will also make a hid
for the silicioiis ores of Republic, Myers
creek anil otlier surrounding camps.
FOR THE HOSPITAL.
Mayor Hardy tbis week received the
following letter from A. Campbell Reddle,   deputy   provincial   secretary:    ' In
the absence of the provincial secretary
I Imvc the honor to acknowledge tlie receipt ol your petition for a  grant   in aid
of the Greenwood hospital, and to state
that the same will be brought to the attention of Mr. Prentice upon   his return
to Victoria."
M.   K.   Rogers   of   Seattle   arrived   in
the  citv   by   yesterday's   tiain,     Mr.
Holers is a milling man and visited the
Boundary camps fivu year:- ago with a
view to making Investments. Among
the properties examined by linn at that
time was the Mother Lode in Deadwood
camp- lie expressed astonishment at
the improvements made in the district
since his last visit.
BOUNDARY DISTRICT
Mines Rank Third in British
Columbia.
WILL SHORTLY BE IN THE LEAD
An Interesting Letter by W. S Keith,
M. E., on the Mines of the
District.
Two years ago the Boundary district
was practically unknown to the  outside
mining and Investing world.    Today it
runks third among British Columbia mining regions, only sur-
passed by Kootenay and the Slocan,
which in a few years will also he left be
hind. The reason for this statement is
Ihe fact that the mineral urea of the
Boundary is greatly in excess of either
of the aforementioned regions, the ore
bodies are much greater in extent and
the ore is practically self-fluxing.
At Grand Forks, situated within
four miles of the International Boundary line the Granby Smelling Company have established their reduction
works, a plant which although of only
500 tons daily capacity, treats 1100 tons
of ore per day : this is owing to the selt-
fluxing properties of the Old Ironsides
und Knob Hill ore. The mineral bodies
on these properties are from 150 feet to
350 feet in thickness, allowing the rock
to be quarried for shipment, thus bringing the cost of mining down to the
i minimum So great is the extent of
breaking ground per mat) that to keep
a large force at work the capacity of the
(iranby smelter will have to be largely
increased, and owing to the greatly reduced cost of mining and smelting ifH
ore is now treated at a profit. The
management are now procuring a converter for the works and the matte will
be   reduced   to  metallic  copper   before
being'shipped east for the further refinement and the extraction of the gold
and silver values, thus saving a further
amount in freight charges, and the company states positively that within a
year $5 ore will lie successfully and
profitably treated, which iVill prove a
wonderful boon to a camp having almost unlimited quantities of such low-
grade ore.
At (ireenwood the B. ('. Copper company are installing smelting works of
000 tons daily capacity, although only
one furnace of 300 tons will be at first
started, ami will be blown in about the
first of the year. Paul Johnson, the
manager, has offered to several shipping properties ill the vicinity a freight
and treatment rate of *l per tun, but
Ihe bulk of the ore for this plant will he
furnished by the Mother Lode mine.
Tbree miles south  of  (ireenwood.  ttl
Boundary  Falls,  the  Standard  Pyritic
Smelting   company    have    begun   the
I erection of reduction  works  which  will
treat, the ore furnished  by  the " Compromise Pyritic" method.     This smellier will   have   a daily   capacity of  250
j tons for a beginning, and  is   being built
so that the capacity may be   readily   increased.
With ten properties now in a condition to make steady shipments and
j with dozens of others rapidly approaching that stas.'o, witli smelters already
completed and others in the course of
construction, the outlook for the
Roundarg district tuking Ihe foremost
place among Ihe copper-prodtlcing regions of the west is very bright, and
j within a period of live years the output
should rival thai of Butte, Molilalia.
The following registered at the Imperial the past week: .1.11   lleinsworth,
J Victoria; ('. M. Ralston, A. Campbell,
F. R. Douglas, ,1. Genelle, Vancouver;
('. M. Buck, J. McNicol, Thos. Hardy,
John Lisle, D. Phoenix; Ben. M. Col-
lings,   Rossland; E,   W.  Turner,  John
I Leslie, Toronto; .1. R. Martin, V. (I.
Gray, Nelson : G. A. Rendell, F.holt ;
II. McKinney, s. c. Richards, (irand
Forks; VV. B. Kickur.ls, Midway; \\ .
J, Nortbey, Torquay, Eng.; M. K.
Rogers, Seattle; W. ('. Cooper, Winnipeg: li. S. Cluffe, Woodstock, dot.
The    Merchants    Cafe     Greenw I
Street,   gives   the   best    cooked   meal    ill
town.     Weekly   boarders,   $0.00    per
j week.
Paul   Kuiiffniunii.   (Ireenwood    Music
atore. Instructions given on piano,
, violin, mandolin ami guitar. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J. P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, (ireenwood, B. C.
BAUER <&
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A     F     Achrmft Resident
/A.   l_.   avsiicj un, Representative.
KI.OOD-NADEN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
a. A.QDRWi M. a.
ll. A. QDK8B. M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
mibihg ehgiueers, greehwood.
Assay, Analyses, Repobts.
Cyanide  Leaching.   Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests,
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 15, mails will
arrive and be  dispatched as follows:   Mails
close for all points cast nnd west al 1 ::Hl p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1 :8Q i>. m l :80 p. m.
Anaconda l :80 p, m l :80p. m.
Deadwood S::ma. in 8:80a.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday waning nt Greenwood,
Hritish Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   KATES.
Domestic, line  Year J2.00
"       Six Months J1.IK1
Foreign, One Year ?2.50
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.
SATI'liDAV, OCTOMKR L>7. 1000.
3, Instructing Delegate Ellis to vote
against an Independent candidate.
4. Violating International Typographical I'nion law in sending a delegate to the Independent convention at
Nelson.
The first statement is libellous, and
any intelligent jury would award us
substantial damages were the matter
brought into court.
The second charge is equally truthful, and displays a marked ignorance
on the part of Kditor Thompson in re-
| gard to the rules governing meetings of
Typographical unions. All ths Greenwood members were present at tbe
regular monthly meeting of the union
when J. W. Kllis was elected delegate
to the Nelson convention.
Third. Delegate Ellis was not instructed by Greenwood Typographical
union, but allowed to vote as he thought
best in the interests of unionism. The
local union would not have elected him
if they did not consider he had brains
enough to speak and vote intelligently
on the questions that would naturally
come up for discussion at a labor convention.
Fourth. It is not a violation of I. T.
I'. or local union law to send a delegate
to a labor convention. If it. were, the
L T. C. would long ago bave lost its
usefulness in the labor world. Here is
I. T. U. law on the question: "No
member of a subordinate union shall be
allowed to use the name of the union
for any political purpose to further bis
or her political interests without the
consent of the union to which they belong; but a subordinate union may take
political action where the interests of
the craft, as a whole, may be benefitted
thereby."
The Miner did not attempt to reflect
on the unionism of Editor Thompson, I
but it does protest against John Houston j
or any otlier member of the I. T. TJ.
being called a traitor because he takes
the trouble to think for himself on matters political.
It is unfortunate that organ of union
labor in Rossland should resort to deliberate untruth in its zeal for Mr.
Foley. It is doing .njnry to the cause
of the labor candidate by attempting to
coerce people into its way of thinking.
We reiterate the statement made in a
previous issue that Chris Foley can only
win out by using brains in the campaign, and that it will be necessary to
remoddle the editorial staff of the Industrial World.
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HALF PRICE
Clothing Sale Now
Going On*^=^
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Desiring to turn a portion of our Clothing Stock
into Ready Cash, we have decided to sell for a
Limited Time	
Any Suit in the Store for One-Ha If
...the Marked Price...
J. F. RODGERS,
Clarendon
Block
A. F. & A, M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. H.,
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. M       R. F. COATES, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of tbe Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:30  p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF P.
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Although nothing can be done before
spring in improving the wagon road to
Copper camp and building a road from
that camp to West Copper, the citizens
of (ireenwood should at once take the
matter up and petition the government
for an appropriation sufficient to make
a good road from Deadwood to West
Copper. There is no doubt but that
investors would take hold of properties
in this camp if there were facilities for
getting in machinery and hauling ore
out to the smelter. Both these camps
will secure supplies from (ireenwood,
and it is therefore to the interest of
business men to have actual mining operations commenced at as early a date
as possible. There is no doubt as to
the value and extent of the ore bodies
in Copper and West Copper, and their
development only rsquires a little
energy on the part of the business men
of Greenwood. The board of trade
should take the matter up and have all
the facts ready to place before the legislature at its next session.
The political situation is beginning to
assume campaign proportions. The
Independent Labor party have got settled in their committee rooms, and
bave commenced a vigorous campaign,
Conservatives and Liberals are beginning to think on matters political,
and thinking has heretofore proved disastrous for the old parties, when indulged in to reasonable conclusions.
W. A. Galliher will not visit the
Boundary for two or three weeks. Chris
Foley will he here this week or next.
By the end of the month all the local
politicians will be in harness.
The Boundary country is fast taking
ou the airs of eastern centers. Lust
week a murder in (ireenwood and a
postoffice robbery in (irand Forks.
This week an attempt ut arson in Midway. The provincial constables, who
have for the past five years dono very
little but look profound, will now have
an opportunity of bringing their excellent training as detectives into  play.
DISREPUTABLE  TACTICS.
On Thursday last, says the Greenwood Miner of Oct. 17th, A. H. MacNeill.
the Conservative nominee, made his
maiden speech there. He was introduced by Chairman Shaw to row after
row of empty and unappreciative setts
in front and a handful of equally undemonstrative people in the rear. Mr.
MacNeill, the Miner says, is anything
but a good speaker, and handicapped by
a poor cause he could not awaken any
enthusiasm. Lawyer W. A. Macdonald also spoke in the Conservative interest and followed in the footsteps of
his venerable leader, saying he agreed
with Sir Charles Tupper that Laurier's
policy was too British.���Kamloops Sen.
tinel.
No such item as the foregoing ever appeared in the Miner. It may have been
taken from tbe Greenwood Times,wdiose
editor, during an election campaign, is
addicted to hallucinations of that kind.
The Miner, among other newspapers of
the Interior, was pleased when Mr.
Deane, editor of the Inland Sentinel,
was appointed secretary of the Chinese
commission, and is willing to make allowance for zeal displayed in support
of a government which furnishes his
bread and butter, or mush, oi herring,
but really there should be at least the
outward appearance of "honor among
thieves" by the newspapers of the Interior. Misquoting is a disreputable
practice under ordinary circumstances,
but itis much more reprehensible when
resorted to by a paid employe of the
government with the evident intention
of making political capital. The Miner
did not criticize the speech of Mr. Mac-
Neill in tiny way, Inn believes that the
majority of those present were impressed
with the honesty und curnestness of the
Conservative nominee.
Mr. Massam, of Massam & Laidlaw,
received information on Friday from
Denver that tho machinery for the
Standard Pyritic smelter at Boundary
Falls had been shipped and was en
route for (ireenwood.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of
...ryavana 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
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:110 in the Masonic hall, Greenwood. Sojo'irning brethren
cordially invited. F. T. ABBOTT, C. C.
ED. BIRNIE, K. R. & S.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now lonat-d on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
0Y5TER5
The Oyster Season is about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BURNS & CO.
Full assortment of material and tools tf-
do correct, work.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
ROPE
J. C. T. CROFTS,
%-INCH DIAMETER.
KOR SALE AT
...NELSON, B, C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per 100 feet.   Just received from England.
������- Apply to
Box 076 1'. O. Nelson, B.
C.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106,
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
Sewing Machines for Rent
"O.I.C."
Canadian
��� ...Pacific
And Soo Line
tmii continue.
to operate first-class
m all trains from
deeper.
NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE^^^
A. L. White & Co.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
*9
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^3
Selling Out
Sr
Sheet Music, La- ��
test Vocal and..
Instrumental g-
Music.... "
At Half Price During October
Also Big Collection of Waltzes,
Marches, Songs and Two-Stens, at
5, 10 and 15c; worth from 2"5c to
$1.00,      .      .      .
.Greenwood Music Store.
Sr
a-
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C^,     Landing
Also TOURIST CARS,   passing Dunmore Junction daily for St.  Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays aiid Tnnrs-
days for Toronto.
NO TROUBLE TO
QUOTE RATES
AND GIVE YOU
A POINTER...
Regarding Hit Eastern Trip
. . .Taking.
yon contemplate
Fall and Winter Schedule
Now Effective*
For time tables, rates and full information
eall on or aildres nearest local agent, or
E. R. REDI'ATII.
Agent, (Ireenwood
W. F. ANDERSON,
T. P, A., N'e
E. J.
A.G.
COY I.E.
P. A., Vane.
mi
^WJfOW^
The gem restaurant
���p LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
��� Lunches Put Up. **
2 Meals at All Hours.
a	
Incorporated 1895.
Established 1886.
The deadlock in regard to signing the
Rendell agreement still continues in the
city council. The members of the board
are willing but the mayor still continues obstinate. He will not sign
until the sidewalk is lowered to street
grade.        	
Thb Rossland Industrial World, in its
issue of the 24th inst., accuses the
editor of the (ireenwood Miner as follows :
1. Being a Liberal in politics.
2. Packing a meeting of tbe Greenwood Typographical union.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON, W. T. ��� VANCOUVER, B. C
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
IRON, STEEL,
PAINTS, MET^.u,
TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.
t �� a nnn/A r>r? iR0H' steel, glass, oils,
HARDWARE ?^wTAVM.te'-s-t0VES-
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contractors, Lumbermen, Etc
i Giant Powder Co.,
AGENTS FOR SFairbank's Scales
) Bennett's Bnglish Fnse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperlne
Registered Trademark "SUNSET."
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GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
AT MOST
REAS0NABLE<^
RATES....
CALL OR INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
Real Estate
Mines  and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. K. C.
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 l,adoga and
Gold Bed mineral chums.
Take notice that we, Elwood C   Ilroivn, of
Greenwood, in the .same district, Free Miner's
Certificate No. B29.678, and   William  Graham
MeMynn, of the same place. Free Miner's Certificate No. n2a,4(il, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tlie Mining Recorder
for a certillcate of improvements, lor the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tlie above
claim.
And further take notice  thai  action  under
section  117,   must he commenced   before   the
issuance of such certificate of Improvements,
Dated this 20tb day of September, A.  II. 1900.
ELWOOD CBANNING  BROWN.
88 WILLIAM GRAHAM   McMYNN. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
(0
THE CITY COUNCIL
Rendell    Resolution   Turned
Down.
SULLIVAN WANTS INJUNCTION
The City Engineer's Map and Its Legality Discussed���Lawyers
Make a Haul.
A meeting of the city council was
held Monday morning at It) o'clock instead of 8 p. m., owing to the mayor
having to leave for Nelson in the afternoon to attend the hearing of the damage suit brought by Walter Waterland
against the city. 'Those present were
the mayor, and Aldermen Bannerman,
Cropley, Galloway and Sullivan.
On the minutes of two previous sessions being read, Alderman Galloway
moved that the minutes be adopted as
read, but did not receive a seconder.
Alderman Bannerman said that he
had been informed by Mr. Smailes that
the heating plant in the Rendell block
had been lowered, and therefore he
considered the resolution in reference
to the sidewalk in front of the block
unnecessary.
Moved by Alderman Bannerman,
seconded by Alderman Cropley, that
the resolution in reference to lowering
the sidewalk in front of Rendell's Arcade be struck out of the minutes. Carried. The mayor and Alderman Ban-
nermen and Cropley voted for the motion, and Aldermen Sullivan and Galloway against. In explanation, Alderman
man stated that he had promised to
support the resolution by which the
council agreed not to interfere with the
sidewalk in front of Rendell's Arcade, and would keep his promise. It
was then moved by Alderman Cropley,
seconded by Alderman Bannerman,
that the minutes be adopted as
amended.   Carried.
COMMUNICATIONS   WKBK   HEAD.
Kroin Charles F. Alston, in reference
to work on ditch and account for same.
In August last a resolution had been
passed and the clerk instructed to notify the city engineer that all work on
streets should be discontinued, and in
future be was not to commence work
except on a written order from the
mayor or two members of the street
committee. It appears the city engineer did not consider this order as discontinuing work already commenced,
and so completed the work in hand.
The clerk was instructed to write to the
city engineer asking for an itemized account.
The map of the city being compiled
by the city engineer was also freely discussed by the aldermen. Alderman
Sullivan suggested that tbe council apply to the courts for an injunction restraining the city engineer from further work on the map until it was
definitely decided whether the aforesaid map would be considered evidence
in a court of law. It was finally decided that the clerk be asked to approach the city engineer, through the
medium of a letter, and, if possible, ascertain the probable cost of the map as
turned out by him, and also the cost of
a certificate from a provincial land surveyor as to the correctness of the city
city engineer's attempt to delineate on
paper or parchment topographical and
other features of the city of Greenwood,
not omitting the t hump on Copper
street, opposite Rendell's Arcane.
From Bodwell A Duff, in reference to
a bill of costs on appeal in Rendell vs.
City.    Referred to finance committee.
From city solicitor in reference to
costs in Waterland vs. City. Alderman
Cropley moved and Alderman Sullivan
seconded, that an order be drawn in
favor of Leamy &��� Gray for sf2U0. Carried.
The city solicitor asked the opinion
of the council as to adjournment of
Miller Bros. vs. City until next court.
The solicitor was allowed to suit Iub
own convenience in the case.
TWO GREAT CHANCES.
A conservative government in a time
of national doubt and darkness missed
the chance to presB on with the work of
building the C. P. R. as a government
railway.
A government railway in the room
and stead of the C. P. R. would have
meant low freight rates and an abundance of free land to all comers.
These blessings would have put a
population of 1,000,(MX) between Lake
Superior and the Pacific, and Sir John
A. Macdonald is to blame for not
being wiser than tbe folly, or braver
than the fears, of bis country.
Next to the opportunity which Sir
John A. Macdonald missed, must rank
the two opportunities which Sir Wilfrid
Laurier perverted lo the profit of his
friends of tbe Crow's Nest Pass brigade,
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PUBLIC
NOTICE
...$25 REWARD
OR THE BEST SUIT OF CLOTHES IN
Rendell & Co.'s Store.
Will be given to the individual that can
give information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who insulted the representative of
Rendell & Co. on the way to Eholt.
Cunliffe & McMillan
ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS
MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
Our machine shops nre now complete and we are prepared to do the heaviest Glass of work.
Ore ears, Ore buckets, shafting, hangers and pulleys.   Fine work a specialty.   Estimates given
on all classes of work.   Pumps always fn stock.
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:    gf^ffi, jft.?^p��5__?ffi__?^S
10 H. P. portable engine and boiler, on skids. Loeo. type.   One fi-foot I'elton wheel with 600feet.
8 to lllspiral riveted pipe.
Rossland,
Third Ave.    P. 0. Bx. 198
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Call and see us anyway.   We can suit you at any price
you wish and save you 25 per cent.
RENDELL & CO.
and their allies in the Mackenzie-Mann
C P. R. crowd.
Public money and public land will
more than pay for the railways throng h
the Crow's Nest Pass and for the railway now being built by the government which paid fortbem, and had they
been owned and operated as a check on
the C. P. R.. the whole transportation
problem would have been settled for
the benefit of the west and east alike.���
Toronto Telegram.
THE SIWASH HAD HIS VIEWS.
When ex-Governor Hon. T. R, Mclnnes paid his visit to Atlin in the days
of his tenancy of government bouse, as
all visitors to Atlin do, he fell in with
a well-built and extremely useful Indian who had at that time enjoyed a
monopoly of the baggage handling for
transient visitors to the camp. Since
his retirement from the gubernatorial
chair Hon. Mr. Mclnnes haB again visited Atlin���and naturally he saw Big
Tom again.
" I guess you don't remember me,"
said the doctor, in a patronizing tone���
" As I was through bere a year or two
ago."
The Siwasb surveyed the portly form
taking it in slowly from toe to hat.
Then he leisurely expectorated a large
quid of chewing tobacco.
" Nawitka," he observed, "Mika
kumtuk mika. Mika illehie Victoria."
'��� Mox winters gone," and he waved his
arm majestically���" mox winters gone,
mika hyas tyee G-o-v-e-r-n-o-r Mclnnes' Now," and there was supreme
indifference, verging toward contempt,
in the tone���" now mika just Mclnnes."
There is springing up a race of young
men, with a sprinkling of old men
among them, who refuse to go with this
herd or that without knowing why.
The party warwhoop does not satisfy
their reason. They are apt to ask inconvenient questions of the political
wbip-snappers and tbey have been
known to seriously disarrange the well-
laid plans of the boss.���Yarmouth, N.
S., Light.  	
Coal stoves to trade for sunshine.
0. I. C. second-hand store.
GOOD ADVICE.
GIVE HALF THE ROAD.
Two teanisrers once met on a winter's day
When the suow was deep, in a narrow way;
Each  wtth his team and  his sleigh and his
load,
And each determined to keep tlie road.
"Turn  out!'* cried the one who was headed
west;
��� Turn out, your side of the road is best."
" Not so," cried the one who was headed east,
"For tlie danger on your side is   much the
least."
How   long    they   thus  argued   the gooduess
knows!
But this much is certain���they came to blows
When they met half way to argue it oul.
And ended the talk with a bloody bout.
When   finished the light,   back   the   lighters
strode,
Each to his team and gave ail the road.
Aud witli bloody faces, all bruised and sore,
Each mad and both   sad, they moved on once
more.
There are narrow ways all along this life
Where one may easily provoke a strife;
But remember this! it will always pay
To be fair and just and give half the way.
���[Arthur .1. Hurdlek.
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BULBS
FO" FALL
PLANTING
INDOORS AMD OUTDOORS
,U'HT RECEIVE!! KROM
STEELE BRIGGS'
CELEBRATED SEED HOUSE
HYACINTHS single
HYACINTHS ho��,an
TULIPS  SINGLE AMI DOUBLE
EASTER LILLIES,
NARCISSUS, FREESIAS
SNOWDROPS, Etc., Etc
Sold at Eastern Prices at
White's Drug Store
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W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MIWIMG PROPERTIES EXAMINED
.... Aim reports furnished.
Thoroughly Conversant with the Boundary
.... District	
- (ireSod Miner." I    Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood & Kir heed
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS ="
PLARS FURBISHED ABD ESTIMATES MADE.
,,,Jobbing Promptly Attended To,.,
���o���
Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
STRAYED.
Strayed or stolen from the premises of the
undersigned about the 26th (lay of October,
near Midway, a roan horse, black mane and
tail, brand :i on left hip, and a white mare mule.
Any person giving information as to their
whereabouts will be suitably rewarded.
40-1B. JOHN- A. CAULSON.
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER ABD JOHN HASSE.
Take notice dial I have caused to be done on
the White Horse mineral claim situate in Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
of Yale district, British Columbia, tho work required bv section 2l, of tin- Mineral Act for the
year which has expired, mid have expended
for such work and for recording the certillcate
thereof tlie sum of $102.50, and that if. at the expiration of ninety days from the dale of the
lirst publication of this notice, you fail to contribute vour proportion of such expenditu.ee,
namely, the sum of (25.02 e��� eh. together with
all costs of advertising, yni . interest in said
mineral claim sKall be liable to forfeiture as
provided bv the "Mineral Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Haled this :ird day of October, 1900,
B.  I.. WOOD.
The Greenwood Steam
..LAUNDRY..
Is now running full
time and doing   . . .
LAUNDRY
WORK
As Cheaply and Better than the Chinese
Can do it.
NO TEARING
OF  CLOTHING
OUR AIM
IS TO
SATISFY OUR
CUSTOMERS
. S Vernon & Nelson, No. 92.
Telephones: ;v=SSe;so^
W. J. SNODGRASS & SONS, Props.        |
~:>. F. T. ABBOTT, Manager.   J
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN    IS   MADE    HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK   FOR
plkhom
lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
inly pure .Mult anil
Hops.    Try it!
ll Is itept mi
Draught nr in Hot-
ties by nil the I.cud
11 ��r Hotels in tliis
District.
The Palace Livery
Harvkv & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
LION BOTTLINOTORKS,
i   ',       ';'->.
GREEBW00D and GRABD FORES,
'SSXm ���  M*nuJ~ All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Sole Agents for THE LI0R BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in Hritish Columbia,
 JAS. McCREATH & CO.. Proprietors.
NO FAKE ADVERTISING C BEST O F JOB PR I NTI NG 2
��� ������... y ...... \yp
th* Greenwood Weekly
Winer.       ���
S2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
IF  YOU   WANT
MILLER BROS.
Expert..
[   Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTERS, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
DBALBR- IN
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREENWOOD, B. O.
it
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
5
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME  TO THC   Mtllll   OFFICE
WE USE GOOD PAPER AMI) INK
,\TII) CHARGE VOU TOR IT	
ONLY  FIRST CLASS WORKMEN
EMPLOYEO
IF  YOU   WANT  CHEAP WORK   SEND
EAST  TOR IT
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Tmnr
Tnrq
Papers
Even our cheapest
goods are dainty
and attractive.
The Designs, Colorings
and Decorative effects of
our medium and better
gradesarethe most beautiful we have ever offered, and must be seen
to be appreciated.
No trouble to  show
goods.
SMITH & McRAE
Books, Stationery and
wall Papers.
j3
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Mr. Mathison, dentist,  over  Bank of
Commerce.    Both 'phones.
A. II. Thomas came down from Canyon
Citv Mondav last.
Sewing   machines for   rent   or sale
(). I. ('. store.
Barher chairs���a snap,
ond liaiul store.
(). I. 0.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell building,   'Phone 95, V. & X.
James Kerr is up the West Fork looking after his niiiiiiii! interests.
II. T. Ceperley of Vancouver is in the
city looking after his mining interests.
The blacksmith shop of A. Jensen
was burglarized on Thursday. Only a
few tools were taken.
Private furnished bedroom and sit-
lini; room suitable for three gentlemen.
Kerfoot, Greenwood street.
A. A. Crowston's stores, Government
street, for groceries, provisions, produce.    Headquarters for green fruits.
.1. K. Rodgers returned Thursday from
a hunting trip to Clemens camp. He
biought a splendid pair of horns  back.
At the evening service in the Methodist church tomorrow, Rev. B. H.
Balderston will preach on "An Ideal
Congregation."
A. Fisher of Greenwood is preparing
to erect a sawmill at Rendell on the
West Fork. The mill will be running
��ithin sixty days.
C, K Stoecke of the Copper street
meat market returned this week from
a visit to Germany, He took in the
1'aris exposition.
About sixty men are now working on
the West Fork wagon road. It is expected the road will be completed by
the first of the year.
.1. II. Macfarlane and Fred Miinns returned Wednesday from a hunting trip
in tlie neighborhood of Canyon City.
They report a successful trip.
E, il. Thruston came down from the
Carin. this week. The mine will commence regular shipments of ore as soon
as the wagon road is completed.
Among those from Greenwood attending the assize court, at Nelson are
Mayor Hardy, A. S. Black, C. -K. Shaw,
(*. W. II. Sansoin and W Waterland.
Mrs. F. T. Wickwire and family arrived on Wednesday's train from
Charlottetown, I'. F. I. Mrs. Wick-
wire'fl mother came with her. They
will reside at the corner of Kimberley
and Wood streets.
Alderman Sharpe is in receipt of a
letter from private Robert I'almer, win
is still in Pretoria hospital. Bob was
wounded in tbe foot by an explosive
bullet, and badly injured. Privates
Shaw and O'Brien of Greenwood are
also numbered among the wounded.
Belmont, Blue Coat, Frederic Keffer.
Ilawkeye, Humer and Hanson.
Dewdrop, Merry gold, Baby,  .loe ('lemons.
Monte Cristo (fractional).   Little   Bum
.lames Marshall.
October 19.
Montieello (fractional), W. Forrest.
Columbia, I). A. Good.
Nevada, I.. (). Hooper.
October 20.
Red Warrior, F. M. Greenwood.
Veni. Vidi Vici, Robert Wood.
October 22.
Stafford,   (fractional),    James    Moran,
et al.
Stafford (fractional., Harry Nash.
WESTBRIDGE SUB OFFICE.
Octobers.
Napoleon (fractional), Beaverton,  John
McLeod.
October 15.
Gold   Bug, Chinfl   creek,   Peter Gotnl-
man.
Certificates of Work.
(irailuate Pennsylvania
College of Dental - -
Surgery -----
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate of Britisli
Columbia-   -   -   -   -
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :    :
NADEN BLOCK :
GREENWOOD    :
��� .Geenwood Hotel ������
PICARD & SIMPSON
Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
THE   CANADIAN
SILVER STREET.
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October 8.
Revengi
, (;.
M, Barrett.
October 9
Susie, .li
ilm
Lindsay, et al.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GATJNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
Cable Address   "Maori." Code   " Moreing fc Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan an(l Mercanti'e
...AQEINCY...
o o o
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
STRAYED.
Strayed or stolen irom Die premises of the
undersigned about the 20th day of October,
near .Midway, a roan horse, black inane and
tail, brand :i on loft hip, and n white mare mule.
Any person giving Information as to their
whereabouts will be suitably rewarded.
Ui-r.l. JOHN A. CAULSON.
TO LET...
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices. Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
...FOR SALE...
���
Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
FATMEHT.
5SSSS**S3SSi5Si$Si$-��-$-gSSi?i$s
GREENWOOD, B. C.
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Head Office, TOROHTO.
President Hon. Gko. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walkbb.
Aes't. Gen'l. Manager...3. H. Plummee.
..DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN VOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
Auditorium
I
vt/
to
n
i
Best Furnished
Rooms in the .
City.
m
HEATED BY HOT AIR
: s The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North ��;
:'! America.    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.        :_
Halcyon Hot Springs
ti
|   Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
m       DEADWOOD STREET.
esse
Sanitarium
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
....Resident Physician and Nurse..
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.    Two mails arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:  $15 to $18 per week according to residence in Hotel or Villas         O
Its Hatbs euro all norvous and muscular diseases,    Its waters   heal all Kidney.  Live
and Stomach Ailments.   The baths and water eliminate all
metal poisons from the system.
/^-The  price Of railway ticket for round trip between (Ireenwood  and    Halcyon
good for Thirty Hays nnd obtainable all the year round is fu.io.
Munro's,
Next Door to
BANNEKMAN'B.
COPPER STREET.
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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. C.
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....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   |��g_fflSnHS__
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail route between all
points East, West and South to ... .
Rossland,
... INelson ...
���AND-
Intermediatc Points.
Conneoting
AT SPOKANE with tho
Oreat Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. R, & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo ,""... Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Dally for
GRAND FORKS and GREEHWOOD.
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
LEAVE,
o:H."i a. in,
11:10 a.in..
!<l::iu -i. in.
9:48 p. in..
10:00 p, iu..
AKKIVE.
 Spokane 7:10 a. in.
. ..Rossland 0:00 p, m.
 Nelson  8 :lX)p. in.
Night Train.
 Spokane 7:0fl a. in.
... Kossland (>::i(i a, in.
H. A. JACKSOH,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
MINING   RECORDS
Of the Kettle River Mining Division of Tale
District.
October 1i).
Little La-ey, Eholt creek,  S.  Benner-
raan.
October 22.
Hermann, C.   Martin,   Beaverton,   E,
(��. Cunimings and I.. O. Hooper.
Yellowstone   (fractional),    Providence
camp, R- McCulloch.
Skylark, Long Lake camp,   Mike Mcdonald, 	
Certificates of Work.
Octobeer 17.
Bounty, J. P. McLeod.
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc   Pictures and  Picture  Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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