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The Greenwood Miner
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 50.
Greenwood, B. C, December 15, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
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and ornamental for
the Ladies.
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Dersian Lamb, Seal-
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Astrachan, at Mink
and Martin Collarettes
Fancy Slippers, Kid Gloves,
Silk Blouses, Nice Rugs <&
Lovely Portierers, Etc.
Albums, Trays,  Handkerchief Cases, Toilet Cases...
Rendell's  Arcade.
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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.
1. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
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Poultry..
DUE HERE
Thursday, Dec. 13
All Dry Picked and in
first-class condition....
Owing to the unsettled
,weather we are anxious
to dispose of this car and
will make prices accordingly.
P. BURNS & CO.
THE POT'S A BILLY
Dr. Jakes Explains His Position in Municipal Affairs.
THE ATTEMPT AT COMPROMISE
An Interesting Letter From the Doctor Giving Seasons for
Running.
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To thb Editok: In a retent isi-ue of
your valuable paper I note that you
generouHly offer Bpace in your columns
to the candidates in the approaching
mayoralty contest.
I heg to take advantage of the opportunity to state that my opponent has
taken upon himself, in the columns of
the Timen to outline for me a policy
which, as I was not consulted in the
matter, I make bold to disavow and also
to resent the appropriation of the right
to declare my position.
I had no desire to rush into print for
the purpose of trying to convince the
electors that I would make a better
mayor than Mr. Ross. I, myself, am
quite willing to leave this point to be decided by a majority of the electors on
January 7, therefore I have refrained
from trying to see how much space 1
could fill in the newspapers which I feel
can easily use all the space at their disposal with matters more interesting to
their readers.
In view, however, of the amount of
literature evolved from the ready brain
of my opponent for the purpose of wilfully placing me in a wrong position
with the electors, I feel it imperative
that I should endeavor to right myself
by refuting his unfounded statements
and deductions.
First, let me state that I am not representing Mayor Hardy in this contest,
nor have I ever been asked to represent
Mayor Hardy or any other man or factional interests, and in view of what
were, and are, my objects in offering
myself as a candidate, I can only feel
deeply humiliated and insulted by Mr.
Ross's article in his last issue of the
Times, headed " Want no Compromise ;
Mayor Hardy Still Determined to
Fight; a Fair Offer Refused." As to the
"fairoffer refused" it may seem so to
Mr. Ross, may even have heen so; but
to me it seemed the outcome of a store
of egotism audi as I do not, nor do I
wish to possess, to offer or agree to
thirteen men taking upon themselves a
choice which of right belongs to the
whole body of electors of the city.
I must also claim this to have been
the impression made upon me by the
"compromise" document on my first
perusal thereof, when Mayor Hardy, as
far as I know, was still in Phoenix.
Furthermore, I may state that the
list of names to compose the committee,
as published by Mr.Ross, does not correspond with the original list presented to
him by the friends of compromise, but
reads as amended by him.
Briefly stated, my position in this
contest, and my excuse for being in any
way connected therewith, lies not in
the fact that Mr. Hardy or his friends
wish me to take an active part, but
arises ont of the desire to see the
hatchet buried and all factionalism in
municipal affairs consigned to the
oblivion which it deserves. I have no
hesitation in saying that I consider
Mr. Ross .personally, as able and conscientious it man as could he found in
the city to discharge the duties of chief
executive for the ensuing year, hut my
objection to him and my reason for not
retiring in his favor is, that 1 consider
the ('Ian Ross in power fully us dangerous and inimical to the city's future welfare us the clan Hnrdy ; and Mr. Ross is,
1 think, as declaredly a leader of an opposing clan as Mr. Hardy. 1 use the
word clan as an honorable appellation
and hope your [Scottish readers will not
take objection to its use in this connection.
1 have heretofore regretted the lack of
harmony in the conduct uf our municipal
campaigns and government, and have
always held myself independent and I
I'ree to criticise or admire according to
the merits of the isolated actions of each |
party. When I finally agreed to allow
myself to be nominated I had every reason to believe that my position would he
understood and a campaign entered into
bv me would  be along lines  free  from
factionalism and bitterness.
One of my chief reasons for so thinking was that I was informed by credible
persons that Mr. Ross had stated that
he would not oppose my election. No
sooner, however, had 1 declared myself
a candidate than Mr. Boss took advantage of his opportunity as managing
editor of the Times to endeavor to place
me before the electors in a false light us
a Hardy partisan.
Having thus explained my motives for
entering this contest I beg to state that
I am in to stay.
Thanking you again for your courtesy
in placing your valued space at my disposal, an extension ol" which courtesy
I shall hope to avail myself of in the
near future for the purpose of expressing my views as to the beBt policy to be
pursued in the administration of municipal affairs during the ensuing year.
Yours faithfully,
R. VV. Jakks.
Greenwood, December 14, 1900.
CAMPAIGN LIES.
The Miner will devote spin* iu each
issue during the municipal campaign to
the refutal of exaggerated statements
made by over-zealous partisans, and
endeavor to keep the main issues before
the electors: i
1. Dr. Jakes has the necessary property qualifications.
2. So has Duncan Ross.
3. Dr. Jakes is not a graduate of Toronto, but of McGill.
4. It is not true that Duncan Ross
played euchre in his father's hay loft
on Sacrament Sunday.
5. Alderman Sullivan is not a native
of Bruce, therefore nevercouldhave held
the position of mush inspector in the
northern peninsula.
0. Alderman Bannerman was not run
out of Missouri for attempting to introduce oatmeal as the state dish. He never
was in Missouri, and when he left there
he walked out.
7. T. M. Gulley is not a candidate,
and all statements regarding him have
been wfthdrawn.
8. W. J. Kirkwood did not leave San
Francisco during the Dennis Kearney
sand lot agitation.
9. Alderman Sutherland never farmed
in the 1'alouse.
10. Dr. Mathison never resided iu
Grand Forks or Vernon.
11. Alderman Cropley is not a Nova
Scotian.
12. Thos. Miller is notanativeofCork.
13. J. J. Caulfield was not a Mc-
Carthyite in 1896.
14. Thos. Walsh is not a candidate
and it is unfair to insinuate that he wus
a Greenbackcr arter the war.
15. Neither Ross nor Jakes has subsidized this paper, but we are living in
hopes of something turning up.
CORRECTED BETTJBNS.
Following are the corrected returns
for Yale-Cariboo with the exception of
three polling booths in East Yale:
Galliher 3,134
Foley 2,662
McKane 2,587
Galliher's majority over Foley is 482,
and over McKone 547. Foley leads McKane by 85 votes and the returns from
the three points will not likely change
the positions.
Sweetest Songs but Tell of Saddest
Thoughts.
Dear Ladies:
What to you has heen for many
months the saddest, yet Hweetest hour
of the day? Surely that when in silence,
alone, or in sweet communion with relatives or friends, yon have let your
thoughts dwell on the dear absent ones
in Africa. Your hopes and fears, your
prayers ami tears have gone forth to
them. And wns not that the hour of
afternoon tea?
Your soldiers' comrades���the Hritish
planters���make the delicious GREEK
teas of Ceylon aud India. This alone
should incline you to try these teas.
Japans have no such claim on you, and
are, besides, of inferior qualities, Monsoon, Saluda and lllue Ribbon brands
are all good.���Colonist.
In connection with the Christmas and
New Year's holidays the Canadian Pacific railway will put into effect the
usual local holiday rates of single fare !
for the round trip. Passengers can purchase tickets on the following dates:
December 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th.
good to return January 3rd: and on
December 29th, 80th, 31st and January
1st, good to return on January 3rd.
James Kerr left on Thursday to attend the meeting of the Good Roads association to be held iu Victoria on the
18th inst. He will be hack in a couple
of weeks.
CASH PAID ON CARMI
Final Payment Made on the
Bond,
HISTORY   OF   THE   PROPERTY
An Option Taken on the Butcher Boy
and Other Claims in the
Carmi Group.
On Monday last the final payment on
the bond of the Carmi was made to
James C. Dale and James Kerr. The
payment, which was made through the
Greenwood branch of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, amounted to 128,000
On Wednesday James C. Dale and
James and Robert Kerr bonded the
Butcher Boy, No. 3. No. 2 Fraction and
May, belonging to the Carmi group, to
George A. Sonneinan ofj Spokane for
$100,000. The terms of the bond are
three, six, nine and twelve months, the
first payment of 5 per cent, to he made
on 13th March, 1901, and the balance
in three equal instalments, on June 13,
September 13, and December 13. Active development will he commenced on
this group at once.
The Carmi group is situated on the
West Fork of Kettle river, about four
miles above Rendell and Beaverton.
The two original locations of the group,
the Carmi and Butcher Boy, were staked
by James C. Dale on the 29th August,
1890. The Carmi was bonded 10th May,
1899, for $25,000, of which $2,000 was
paid in cash and the balance on Monday
last. Since May a year ago develo]>-
ment has been actively carried on under
the superintendence of E. II. Thruston.
There is a shaft 107 feet deep at discovery, near the river. From this shaft
systematic surface crosscutting was
done in a westerly direction. A rich
pay chute was encountered near the
west end of the claim, and on this a
shaft was sunk to a depth of 56 feet.
During the surface work another showing was encountered with much better
values. The old shaft ��us abandoned
and a new shaft sunk, and 117 feet of
drifting was done at the 100-foot level,
5(1 feet west and 07 feet east, all in ore.
Sloping was commenced and ore bins
built during the past season. One of
of the ore bins, 9(1x12x11>,_, feet, is tilled
with ore, and the other, 100x12x17 feet,
is half full. There are about 300 tons of
high grade ore on the dump. A contract has been let for hauling 1,500 tons
of ore to the Standard Pyritic smelter
at Boundary Falls.
On the Butcher Boy und other claims
in the group Messrs Dale and Kerr have
been doing development work for the
past two years, having proved the Carmi
lead lor a considerable distance on the
Butcher Boy by shafts ami open crosscuts.
The mineral belt on the West Fork
was discovered by Messrs. Dore, 1'arrell,
McLaughlin, Maloney and Harris, who
went Into that country from Okanagun
Mission in the fall of 1K94 ou n trapping
expedition and located several claims,
among which was the one now called
the Arlington. In 1895 [this claim wns
re-located by P. Helstab and Jus. Lynch
under the name of the Headlight. Con-
siderable work lias been done on this
property, uncovering ore running from
15 to 20 per cent, copper. In 189(1 the
Carnii and Butcher Boy were located
by James (.'. Dale lor himself and James
Kerr. In the same year the Highland
Chief, another very promising propertv,
was located by P. Dermody and other's,
In Ihe spring of 1897 there was a big
rush to the West Fork country, nnd a
large number of claims were located,
among which were the Curry group by
Thos. Curry : the Bell group, near Rendell, by Alex. Wallace and John ('.
Bell; the Sally, hy A. S. Peltoj the
Rob Roy, by Dan Stewart; the King
Solomon and Black Diamond, by Frank
Chadler, Nearly all of these have since
proved to be very valuable properties.
In 1898 the Hard Cash, one of the
most promising claims of thp district,
was located by Chas. Collins. In t|���.
same year a number of locations were
mude on Boomerang creek. In lswi ||���.
Washington and Idaho were located hv
Pitcher, Cormuck and Mursel. These
claims are now under bond for $60,000
to R. K. [.. Brown. _
Gaines of all kinds at Coles' book
store. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.   McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER &
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
Resident
Representative.
A. E. Ashcroft,
FLOQU-NAIIEN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
. A.GUESS, M. A.
II. A. QTJBS8, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
mining engineers, greehwood.
Assay, Analyses, Rbpobts.
Cyanide  Lbaghing,    Amalgamation
AND  Co.N'CENTIlATION   TksTS.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
METING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Thoroughly Conversant with the Boundary
.... District	
Office wiih
'Greenwood Minor.'
Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday. October 16, mails will
arrive and be  dispatched as follows:    Mails
close for all points cast and west at 1:30 p. m.
ARRIVE. CL08E.
Phoenix 1:80 p, ra 1 ::t0 p. m.
Anaconda 1:80 p. in 1 ::>0 p. m.
Deadwood K::w a. in 8:80 a. ra.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnniiig at Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Year $2.00
Six Months $1.(10
Foreign, One Year J2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 111 and 5 cents per line.
<UNION(j|y.lAB"EL>
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1900.
The mayoralty contest will be, as announced last week, between Dr. Jakes
and Mr. Ross An attempt was made
during the week to induce one of the
candidates to drop uat and allow tbe
otlier to be elected by acclamation. An
effort was also made to bave both candidates drop out and select, a candidate
suitable to both factions. Neither of
these efforts resulted in anything being
accomplished, so the two candidates remain in the field. For aldermen very
few names have been mentioned. Itis
reported that Alderman Calloway will
not seek re-election in the North ward.
This is to be regretted, as Mr. Galloway
is one of the most independent men at
the council beard. Those spoken of in
the North ward are Alderman Banner-
man, Dr. Mathison,, and Messrs. Thos.
Miller, Robt. Wood, .1. J. Caulfield. T.
M. Gulley and W. ,1. Kirkwood. From
this list the voters in the North ward
should have no difficultp in choosing
suitable men. In the south ward no
new names have been mentioned
will care to offer as a candidate.-
son Miner.
-Nel-
A HEPoiiT has been quietly circulated
in tbe past few days that Dr. .lakes lias
not the necessary property qualifications
for the position of mayor. The doctor
is assessed for $1,160 outside of tho hospital properly. II is hoped Unit over-
zealous piii'tizans will nol resort lo sneb
tactics during the campaign. Both the
candidates have the necessary property
qualifications,
Tiikiik are a great Dumber of Conservatives in Yale-Cariboo who have
much to learn of their obligations to
their party, and of loyalty to the principles they profess by being members of it.
In Nelson a very considerable Conservative vote went to Mr. Galliher. In
Greenwood, according to a local paper,
the Liberals stuck to their candidate,
and the Conservatives voted for all
three. In Midway tbey voted almost to
a man for the Liberal candidate. Conservative electors wno can do this must
care little for their principles; perhaps
it would be more correct to say thev
have no principles to care for. But they
should take into consideration that they
owe something to the candidate who
puts himself into their hands, and relies on their political professions to see
him through. If men are to be held
justified in such grave trilling as this, no
person of spirit  and  honorable  feeling
The Nelson Miner must know that
Mr. McKane was not tbe choice of the
Conservative party of Yale-Cariboo, but
of a few persons in Rossland, and the
first intimation Boundary Conservatives
had of Mr McKane's canditature was
a telegram from Kossland, which also
announced Mr. MacNeill's retirement
from the contest. Whether or not tbe
Conservatives of otlier portions.uf Yale-
Cariboo were treated with more courtesy
than those uf Boundary we lo not know,
but the manner of Mr. McKane's selection was the cause of a large number of
Conservative votes being polled for the
other candidates.. If there is blame to
be attached to any one for the defeat in
Yale-Cariboo, it is to Mr. McNeill for retiring at the eleventh hour and leaving
the party disorganized. Mr. McKane
made a [splendid fight, but was handicapped by not being the choice ol a convention.
The local VV. C. T. 0. bave started a
crusade against selling tobacco to minors.
So long as the ladies confine themselves
to cartailing Ihe pleasures, or vices, of
the youth, none of the older male population will raise any serious objections
Hut there are other matters worthy of
consideration by the ladies Ihat cannot
be classed among the pleasures of the
boys. One of these is compulsory attendance at church three times every
Sunday, listening to monotonous discourses on questions of doctrine that
they do not understand. If the boy is
the right kind of a boy, he would be
much better employed playing baseball
or some other game during the time occupied by at least two of his visites to
church each Sunday, lie would at least
be in a proper frame of mind to think
charitably of the person who attempts
to explain in uncouth language the pure
diction of the New Testament. The
Miner will he pleased to give space to
the ladies in any attempt to improve
the youth of the city, but would offer
the suggestion that in order tu achieve
any success they must go into competition with saloons and other resorts���
make the home more attractive and
pleasant than those places.
LOVE OF COUNTRY.
Diamond Rings
Diamond
..Brooches..
Pearl Brooches
Pearl Rings
Plain Rings
Watches
Fancy Clocks
Silverware,
Sterling
Silverware,
Plated
Silverware, Flat
Cut Glass
Perfumes
Atomizers
Leather Goods
CTOSTMAS
F^EOTS..
ON DISPLAY
. . . AT. ..
.Miller Bros,
SOUVENIR QUEENSWARE
Plain Engraving Free of Charge.
A. F. <& A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. 4 A. M���
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. 8. BLACK, W. M        R. F. COATES, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:33 p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF F>.
flREEN WOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
V* every Wednesday evening at 7 :H0 111 the Ma-
Miuie hull, Greenwood. Sojourning brethren
cordially Invited,    j, n. macfarlane, c. c.
ED. IIIIINIK, K. It. AH.
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INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lass,, i, ger Beer contains
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Ladies of Canada:
Love of country is the strongest characteristic of the average Britisher. Nor
is it developed less in the fair Colonist.
See her bosom expand with pride as she
speaks of the old country. Hear her
dilate on the pleasant time she bad
when last there.
There was nothing she enjoyed so
much as the pleasar.t afternoon tea.
And why? Because she sipped the pure
product (GREEN OR BLACK) of Ceylon and India. She can buy both in
Canada now. The delicious Salada,
Blue Ribbon or Monsoon packets await,
her pleasure.���Colonist.
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
I���OR instruction on the
Violin, Piano, Mando
lin, etc., see Prof. Kauff-
niann.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up,
Greenwood Music Store.
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BUILDING Suitable for
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Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
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Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
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GREENWOOD. B. C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Ia now located on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
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Full assortment of material and tools tf-
do correct, work.
Canadian
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GREENWOOD, B. C.
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Copper St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
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<C"__     Landing
TOURIST CARS   ,
Pass Dun more Junction flails for st. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and   Thursdays for Toronto.   Same cars
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
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Kx. Sun.  (   Hon is made for Kock Creek, Camp
MeKinney and Colville reservation
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For time tables, rates and full Iniorraatlon
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MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS MEYER AND JOHN HASSE.
Take notice thai I have caused to bo done on
the White Horse mineral claim situate in Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
nf Yale district, liritisli Columbia, the work re-
quired by section 21, ol tlie Mineral Act lor the
year which has expired, ami have expended
lor such work aiid for recording liie certificate
thereof the sum of (102,60, and that if. at the expiration of ninety days from the 'lute of the
tirsl publication of this notice, you fail to con-
tribute your proportion of such expendituco,
namely, the sura of $26.62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
minei'nl claim sEall tie Liable to forfeiture as
provided  by the " Mineral  Act Amendment
Act I'.HIII."
Dated thls8rd day of October, loot).
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McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
VANCOUVER, B. C
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
__i a r_rv.il 7 A r*C IE0N- steel, glass, oils,
HARDWARE |��fejjtt�� j^
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contraeters, Lumbermen, Etc   .   .
i Giant Powder Co.,
AGENTS FOR  i Fairbanks Scales
J Bennett's Br glish Fnse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining; Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark "SUNSET.'
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I HON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate In  tlie Kettle river Milling   Division
of  YhIc District.    Where located ��� In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
Gold Bed mineral claims.
Take notice that we,  Elwood 0   Brown, of
(ireenwood, in the same district, Free Miner's
Certificate No. B29.678, aud  William Graham
MeMynn, Of the same place, Free Miner's Certificate No. nail,401, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate of improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above
claim.
And further lake notice  that action  under
section  :17,   must be commenced   before   the
Issuance of siicii certificate of improvements.
Dated this 20th day of September, A, D. 1900.
ELWOOD CHANNING  BROWN.
88 WILLIAM GRAHAM   Me.MYNN THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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V
CITY COUNCIL.
There were present at the meeting of
tlie city council Monday night, Aldermen Cropley, Galloway, Sullivan and
Sutherland, with Alderman Sutherland
in the cheir. After reading and adoption of minutes of previous meeting,
communications were read and disposed
of as follows:
From R. R. Cunningham, stating that
his company was willing to take further
insurance of city property. Received
and filed.
From Chas. F, Alston, account for
services rendered, and also stating that
he would not be in a position to accept
ollice of city engineer next year. Received and tiled.
From T. B. Winnett, complaining that
underhand means had been taken by
thecity driver to deprive him of the
contract for pcir'of sloighs for use of lire
department, and asking that council investigate matter. Mr. Winnett was
present and addressed the council to
which the driver replied. In the intervals of the dialogue between Mr.
Winnett and the driver tho aldermen
managed to sandwich an occasional remark, but Winnett and the driver
held the floor for the greater part of an
hour. The trouble arose over the fact
that the council had instructed a committee, composed of Aldermen Galloway and Sutherland, to purchase sleighs
for the fire department. They deputed
the driver to make enquiries as to cost.
Mike went to Mr. Winnett and stated
his wants in the sleigh line. Winnett
did not think that was the kind of
sleigh Mike wanted. Mike did. Mika
informed the committee that Winnett
could not build his kind of sleigh, so
they ordered from Cameron & Palmer.
As the question was one of veracity between Winnett and Mike, the counci.l
did not care to give either a certificate
for truthfulness, so referred the whole
question to the committee to report at
next meeting.
From H. ,1. Bailey, secretary of the
lire department, asking that a hook and
ladder apparatus be purchased. Referred to fire and light committee.
A deputation of hotel keepers, composed of Messrs. J. W. Nelson, Madden,
Wilson and Manchester, presented a
petition signed by all the hotel men of
the city, asking that hotel licenses be
lowered from $400 to $!100 per annum.
Messrs. Madden, Nelson and Wilson addressed the council in support of the
petition. On motion of Alderman Sullivan, seconded by Alderman Cropley,
the clerk was instructed to ascertain the
amounts charged for licenses in Nelson,
Rossland and Grand Forks. Alderman
Galloway gave notice to amend bylaw
No. 23.
Alderman Sullivan moved, seconded
by Alderman Cropley, that clerk be instructed to place posters in conspicuous
places, notifying taxpayers that unless
all taxes are paid by them before court
of revision, names will be omitted from
voters' list.   Council adjourned.
W. C, T, U.
Copy of act relating tosaleof liquor to
minors:
1. Any person who shall sell or give
or cause to be sold or given any cigars,
cigarettes, smoking tobacco or chewing
tobacco, snuff or any other form or
preparation of tobacco or opium for
smoking, to any person having reasonable cause to believe such person to be
under the ago of fifteen years shall, on
conviction thereof, upon information
under oath in a summary way, before
any two justices of the peace or a stipendiary magistrate, be liable to a fine
not greater than the sum of twenty
dollars.
2. Any person who shall accept any
money or otlier valuable consideration
to act as the agent of any person under
fifteen years nf age in procuring for
such person any cigars, cigarettes,
smoking or chewing tobacco, or snuff,
or any other preparation or form of tobacco or opium fur smoking, on the
promise of any money or otlier valuable
consideration, shall, upon conviction
thereof upon information under oath
in a summary way before two justices of
the peace or a stipendiary inagist-ate, to
be liable to a line not greater than
twenty dollars.
H. It shall not he lawful for any person
under the age of fifteen years Io unc tobacco in any form in any public street,
road, highway, or building, and any
such person violating the provisions of
this section, shall he liable upon conviction before n justice of the peace to a
fine not exceeding five dollars.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.
To  the Electors  of the Municipality ot the
City of Greenwood.
Ladies and Gentlemen-;���1 am a candidate for the office of mayor at the approaching municipal election, and respectfully solicit your votes ami influence
During the campaign I will have opportunities of explaining my views at
length. Briefly staled, I am in favor of
ihe following:
The present state of city   finances and
the   stringency ol the money   market
make ,i impossible to enunciate a well
defined policy of  public  improvements.
An adequate system of waterworks is
necessary and also some suitable plan
of sewering the city, but these and other
improvements must be deferred until
the city is in a better financial position.
1 confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of
the city can be placed upon such a sound
footing that necessary public works can
be constructed without placingexcessive
burdens upon the present taxpayers.
The credit of the city must be restored
and maintained. Litigation should be
avoided, and I am in favor of an amicable settlement with those who have
just claims against the corporation.
If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled hy natural
advantage, the city must be brought
into the closest touch with the surrounding mining camps. During 1001
every effort should be made to secure I
the construction of the tramway without
imposing additional burdens on tlie
ratepayers beyond those to which they
are already pledged.
The strength of every city, particularly one situated in the heart of a mining district, lies in its workingmen and
its future depends upon them. I am in
favor of recognizing their claims to
proper protection. 1 believe eight hours
should constitute a legal day's work
and this principle should be adopted by
the municipality. Generally speaking,
I am in favor of municipal work being
carried on by day labor, but in the event
of contract work being necessary, I
would insist that contractors should
pay the current wage.
1 am opposed to the employment of
Chinese and the encouragement of Chinese immigration and any power granted
to the corporation bv the Municipal
Clauses Act should be exercised to the
fullest extent in restricting their employment in the city.
The mayor's time should be devoted
to the work of the city. I am not rich
enough to do this without compensation
and if elected will expect a sufficient,
sum to properly represent the city without loss to myself.
The first of each year estimates should
be prepared giving each section of the
city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should be religiously followed.
I am your obedient servant,
Duncan Koss.
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Cunningham & Andersen
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...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE)   $13.00
Per Km feet.   Just received from England.
___-____���-���_���_ Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS.   Box 076 I'. O. Nelson, II. C,
ROPE
THE CHAMBER OF MINES
The Chamber of Mines, Southern
British Columbia, wants thoroughly reliable correspondents in every camp in
the districts of Kast and West Kootenay
and Yale, to whom reasonable compensation will be paid for their services.
Correspondents will be expected to
furnish the Chamber of Mines with all
development going on at the mines, the
installation of machinery, shipments of
ore and value, and generally such news
as will attract the attention of capitalists
and cause them to investigate and invest.
Applications to be addressed to the
CHAMBER OF  MINES,
P. O. Box 578, Rossland, B. C.
Central Hotel
VILLANDRK & MASON
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners,
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all mil route between till
points East, West unci South to ... .
Rossland,
... INelson ...
���AN1>���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo ""i.1 Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic.
And Connects Dully tit Bossburg
Stage Daily for
GRANS FORES and GREEHWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
��� Correct Time Card te Read as Follows)
Leave Spokane 10:46 p. in
Leave Northport  6:60 a. in
Arrive Rossland  7:80 a. in
Leave Rossland 11 :no p. m
Leave Northport 12:46 a. in
Arrive Spokane  7:0:1h. in
[Trains Nos. 88 and 84 night train.
H. A. JACKSOH,
Gen. Pass. Agent
To
BOUNDARY
FALLS . . .
For information concerning
Terms and Prices, Apply to
Em F. MASSAM,
Room 7, Rendell block,
GREENWOOD.
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: The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North g
"- America.    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur. sj
Halcyon Hot Springs |
Sanitarium
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
....Resident Physi-   \-
cian and Nurse..   ��'���
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.    Two mails arrive and '���
depart every day.   TERMS:  $15 to $18 per week according to resi- -
dence in Hotel or Villas O \
lis Ruths cure all nervous und muscular discuses.    Its waters   heal all Kidney. Liver ��
and Stomach Ailments,  The baths and water eliminate all S
:jj metal poisons irom the system. 5
3j     _fl>f-The price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood and   Halcyon 2
3 good for Thirty Days and obtainable all the year round isfll.iu. ��
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HALF PRICE
J  Clothing Sale Now
Going On.^E^E^B
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Desiring to turn a portion of our Clothing Stock
into Ready Cash, we have decided to sell for a
Limited Time	
!   Any Suit in the Store for One-Half   \.
...the Marked Price...
NO FAKE ADVERTISING O BEST OF JOB PRI NTI NG
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tbe Greenwood Weekly
Winer.       ���
��2.00 A V EAR IN ADVANOE
IF YOU   WANTilll
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME TO THE  MINER  UFFICL
wl: use good \h\\mi Arm inn
AND CHARGE YOU l*Ob IT	
J. F. RODQERS,   Block
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."j Tho Mining   and Commercial Center  for the 5
S Whole Similkameen 3;
AMEEI. CITY
5��        111 Camp Hedley close to the Niekel Plate mines and .Stirling Creek camp, situated on  the main  wagon road
3J    and location line of the C. & W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton.
'���vg Town Lots Now on the Market
_5|        Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots $100.    Size of Lots on  business  streets 25  x   100 feet  and 25 x   130 feet; on JJ=-
55 other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per tet'l[
^5 annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to mV.
9S H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C. FRANK BAILEY^QO.,^     ^ ^ %�� THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
Christmas
CardsMd ������-
Calendars
ALSO
Christmas Cards with
LOCAL VIEWS
ABD THE FOLLOWIHG VERSE
THEREON.
losit Mineral Claims we rushed
lost-he
A year or two ago,
/lire  lust exactly where they
were
/And stocks arc iust as low.
.smelters, Railways, Banks and
us
aiia'i got things quite adjusted,
Until   we <io, I can't send vou
iviore man a card���I'm busied.
These cards are unique anil
unsurpassed from Atlantic
to Pacific. Call antl see
tliein They will interest
you	
..SMITH & MAE..
Goods, Chinaware and Toys.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Frank Cbadler is down from the West
fork.
The Greenwood Miners' union will
give a ball on the Hist inst.
Don't forget that J. L. Coles has the
nicest stock of Fancy China in town.
Alderman Bannerman returned Tuesday from a visit to Eastern Canada.
George R. Naden left Tuesday fer
Southern California on a business trip
connected with the Fletcher property.
Tbe usual meeting will bo held in the
Masonic Temple on the evening of St.
John's, 27th inst. All Masons in the
district are invited to be present and
assist in tbe ceremonies.
Persons having accounts against
Greenwood lodge, A. F. & A. M., are
requested to send same to M. E. Miller
before tbe 1st January, as the ollicers
wish to clear off all indebtedness.
The ladies of the Skookum Tillicnm
Qua :rille club have issued invitations
for a masquerade dance in the Windsor
hotel on the evening of the 28th inst.
There will, of course, be a good time.
James C. Dale left Thursday for a visit
to bis old home in Carmi, 111. Jim can
just about purchase a couple of counties
in Ilfinois without crippling himself
financially.    He will be away a month.
H. A. Sballonberger has returned
from Spokane, where lie had been for
for the past month on business connected with the sale of the Yellowstone
group in Skylark camp. The lirst payment of $5,000 has been made on the
property. 	
The Special Christmas Supplement
to the British Columbia Mining Record
is to hand, and is the best yet issued by
that journal. The contributors are
E. Jacobs of Greenwood, It. E. Gosnell,
I). 1'.. Bogle, Clive Phillips Wooley and
11. Mortimer Lamb,
W. 0. Robins and wife left on Wednesday for Macleod, N. W. T., where
they will spend the holidays, after
which they will go east, spending the
winter with friends in Montreal and
Strathroy. Mr. and Mrs. Uobins will
be back in Greenwood in Ihe spring.
At the sitting of the country court
held in Nelson on Tuesday last. M. II.
Kane and M. Eilderioan were admitted
to citizenship. Both are well known
and respected residents of Greenwood.
The Miner congratulates them on becoming subjects of the Queen and citizens of the the world's greatest empire.
The following officers were elected at
the annual meeting of Greenwood St.
Andrew's Society, held Friday evening:
Thos. Miller, president; Jas. Anderson,
vice-president; J. A. Crawford, secretary-treasurer; Dr. J. E. Spankie,
physician; 11. C. Shaw, solicitor; Rev.
Anderson, chaplain; C. Scott Galloway
and Duncan Ross on the board of direc
tors.    The initiation fee is $1.
Yesterday II. A. Sballonberger bonded the Alameda from Louis Bosshart.
Tbe Alameda adjoins the Mother Lode
on the south.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH,
Fourth Sunday of Advent, December
28rd, Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at 10 a.
in. Immediately after mass, a general
meeting of the ladies and gentlemen of
the congregation will be held in order
id) To be personally introduced to their
new pastor; .2) To devise ways and
means to assure the support of the priest
and the defraying of the current expenses of the church ; (8) To organize
the Sunday School, the Altar Society,
the Choir, and the League of the Sacred
Heart:
Sunday School 2:30 p. m.
Evening Devotions 7:30 p. m.
CHRISTMAS   DAV.
First AI ass  8:00 a. m.
Second Mass  0:00  a. m.
Third Mass 10:110 a. m.
Meeting of  Sunday school
children  8:00 p. ni
Evening devotions  7 :80 p. m.
Father J. A. Bbdahd, O. M. I.,
Pastor.
How is Your Eyesight?
I    have   made   arrangements    with
J. C. LANNERBERG.
the Eye Specialist of Rossland, B. C, to
remain with me for some weeks. People with defective eyesight should not
miss this opportunity.
There are many ailments due to defective eyesight, and many people suffer
through life witli headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly all-cases,
be received by wearing a properly fitted
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearing of glasses, especially hy children, and express their fear that " if
they once begin to wear them they are
afraid they can never leave them off
again." To fight against the assistance
which art may supply in this direction
is absurd. Why should not they be
worn through life, if by their aid discomfort is removed and sight preserved,
while through their lack, vision is indistinct, eye-pains or headache prevail, and
the tendency is toward the destruction
of the eye When the eyes feel tired
through overwork a pair of glasses properly fitted will give instant relief, and
such glasses in many cases need to be
worn for only a few months, and the
benefit experienced will more than pay
for any imaginary discomfort from wearing glasses.
With twenty years' experience in correcting chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of satisfaction
in tbe work, and when no aid can be
had in restoring lost vision he will
truthfully say so. All work guaranteed.
Consultation free.
J. Li White, Druggist,
Copper street.
Toys, sleighs, magic lanterns, at J. L.H
Ci I'-'s book store.
li. B. Munroe lias the finest line of
holiday goods ever brought into the
Boundary district.
I POCKET and
1 OFFICE
1 DIARIES for
I      1901
Greenwood & KirkwootL
C0NTRACT0RS and...
BUILDERS ���""^
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PLAHS FURBISHED ABD ESTIMATES MADE.
...JllHllINU I'KOMlTI.Y ATTENDED To,.,
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Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
MORTGAGE   SALE.
THKKK will be offered for Bale by Public
Auction at tbe Ptfel Office In tin*
TOWN OF ANACONDA, B.C.
-ox -
Saturday, the 22nd Day of December,  1900,
at the hour <>f 2o'clock in the afternoon, tin-
following property, namely:
1. Lot 11 in Block Ii, on ihe east side of Gold
street, in the City of Greenwood, according to
Plan No. '28, of Subdivision of Dundee mineral
claim. <>u this lot is situate a good frame carpenter shop.
2. An undivided one-half interest in Lot8 in
Block I), on the east side of Silver street. Greenwood. On this lot Is Situate the Ottawa hotel,
which la a Commodious hotel almost new and
well located for hotel purposes.
For terms and conditions af Bale apply to
.1.   K. BROWN,
Copper Street. Greenwood,
solicitor for Mortgagee.
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H. A. KING & CO.,
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Here are a few lines for ail���a few suggestions for
all people and all purses.
CIGARS  fa^fng'fro5���50 ? '"? $1-50 UP
PIPES   re^ivee0d,',roWmPiPe.S **�� tO $10
THE   CANADIAN
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
Head Office, T0R0BT0.
President  Hon. Oko. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager...,). H. Plommee.
EACH
CIGARETTES-Imported in Boxes of JO, 50, 100
LEATHER CIGAR AND CIGARETTE CASES
Leather Goods for Ladies, Toy Books eor Child-
run. WE HAVE A ItUAVTIl'TI. LINE OF NF.W ('ONFF.O
TIONS   AT  A 1,1.   PltlCEH   AS   FOLLOWS I
Ganong Bros. Chocolates, T. B. & C. Co.,
Chocolates and Creams, Ramsay Bros.
Chocolates, English Archers,. Ask for
for a box of "Sweets of Existence."
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOUSE  PLANTS GO TO
MuiWs,
Next Door to
BANNERMAN'8.
COPPER STREET.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
.SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
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....INGERSOLkSERGEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   i&ft&j_3_
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
THE IMPERIAL
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE is hereby given Unit the partnership I
heretofore subsisting between us, the under-1
signed, as butchers and meat vendors at ('amp
MeKinney, R. C, has this day been dissolved
by mutual eousent.   All debts owing  to said \
partnership are to be paid  to Frederic W.!
Swinburn at (lamp McKinney  aforesaid, and ,
all claims against the said partnership are to-
be presented to tlie said Frederic W, Swinburn, ;
by Whom the same will be settled.
Dated.at (ireenwood, B. C, this 14th day of
December, A. D. 1900.
Witness .1. P. FLOOD,
.1. K. BROWN. F. W, s\\ iNHl'ItN.
..HOTEL..
BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Doadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. C.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
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Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and  Picture Frames,
I Leather Portfolios, Purses,
| Albums, Poets, Bibles,
I Prayer Books, Birthday
I Books and all kinds of |
\ Novelties suitable for ��
I Xmas presents can be se- ��
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