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The Greenwood Miner:
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 38.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, September 21, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
MACNEILL THE MAN
Gonservative   Candidate   for
Yale-Cariboo.
THE PLATFOEM OP THE PAETY
Pavor a Canadian Mint���Permanent
Organization Formed and
Officers Elected.
The convention of the Liberal-Conservative party of Yale-Cariboo constituency called to nominate a candidate to
contest the coming Dominion election
convened at Revelstoke on Friday, with
fifty odd delegates present in person.
R. F. Green of Kaslo, by virtue of his
being the vice-president of the party organization for the constituency, called
the convention to order, and requested
the secretary of the association at Revelstoke to read the call convening the
convention. This was followed by the
appointment of a committee on credentials, made up of C. A. Semlin of Ashcroft, John Houston of Nelson and Price
Ellison of Vernon. They reported as
follows:
Platform.
We, the delegates of the Liberal-Conservative party of the Yale-Cariboo constituency in convention assembled, reaffirm the principles of the old party,
and more particularly that cardinal
principle, protection to home industries,
and that that principle be carried out
so that all sections of tho country shall
equally share its benefits.
The one industry on which the prosperity of this constituency is almost
wholly dependent is mining; and we
believe our mining industries are as
fairly entitled to protection as the manufacturing interests of Eastern Canada ;
therefore we advocate that the duties on
lead and lead products be increased, so
that they shall be as those now imposed
by the United States on the same articles.
That the output of the precious metal
mines of Canada is largely increasing,
therefore we favor the establishment of
a mint, so that the specie in circulation
shall be that of our own instead of that
of a foreign country.
We advocate the restriction of the
immigration of Chinese and Japanese
and all classes of people who cannot become good citizens of tho Dominion of
Canada, and suggest the adoption of the
pi inciples of the Natal act.
British Columbia has not now the
representation in the federal parliament
that she is entitled to; therefore we advocate that when the redistribution of
seats is made that this constituency
shall be given representation according
to its population.
That it augurs well for the success of
the party that Hugh John Macdonald
has decided to leave the field of provincial politics to take part in the larger
one that affects the people of the whole
of Canada.
The platform was read section by section and adopted. Nominations were
declared to be in order, und the following names were presented : A.H. McNeill of Kossland, J. A. Mara of Kamloops, R. F. Gyeon of Kaslo and Trice
Ellison of Vernon. The three last
named declined in short speeches, all
in favor of Mr. McNeill. He also declined the nomination unless time was
given liiin to consult bin business associates. His request was granted. A
committee was then appointed on organization, to report when the convention reassembled to hear Mr. McNeill's
decision, and an adjournment was
made until 8 o'clock on motion of F.
Starkey of Nelson, seconded by W. E.
McCandlish of Nelson, which was carried after a lengthy discussion. On reassembling at 8 o'clock the committee
on organization reported as follows:
Report of Committee on Organization.
Your committee to whom was referred the duty of reporting upon an organization of the Liberal-Conservatives
for Yale-Kootenay-Cariboo beg to report that tbey recommend that such an
organization by this convention be
formed, to be known us " The Yale-
Kootenay-Cariboo District Liberal
Conservative Association.
That the officers of such association
shall consist of a president, a first vice-
president, a secretary, a treasurer, and
a district organizer.   It is also provided
that every president of a local association within the electoral district shall
ex-officio be a vice-president of tlii_ organization.
That tho officers of this organization
shall be elected to hold office until such
time as their successors are appointed,
excepting the organizer, who shall be
appointed by the executive and hold
office at their pleasure. .
That the executive of this organization shall consist of the president, vice-
president, secretary and treasurer.
It is provided that the membership of
this organization shall include members
of all local Liberal-Conservative associations within the electoral district.
At all meetings of this organization
the voting power shall be limited to one
vote for every twenty members appearing on the roll of each local association.
Members of this organization may
vote by proxy at all meetings, but proxies can only be used by members of the
association.
In districts where no Liberal-Conservative association exists, delegates may
be appointed at a meeting of Liberal-
ConservativeB called for that purpose,
and one delegate appointed for every
twenty persons signing the organization
roll.
The report was adopted, and then
Mr. McNeill announced his acceptance
of the nomination. His speech of acceptance was cheered to the echo.
The following officers were elected:
R. F. Green of Kaslo, president; F. J,
Fulton of Kamloops, vice-president;
John McKane of Rossland, secretary,
and Dr. Morris of Vernon, treasurer.
F. Carter-Cotton of Vancouver was
called on for a speech, and he made a
thirty-minute talk that showed clearly
that he was posted on the records of the
two parties. He was followed by Mr.
Ross of Columbia, Mr. Bentley of Fer-
nie, Mr. McKelvie of Vernon, Mr.
Green of Kaslo, Mr. Robinson of Peach-
land, Mr. Walker of Golden, and Mr.
Dover of Nelson, all of whom made
short speeches that were received with
applause,
Mr. Mara of Kamloops moved a resolution endorsing Sir Charles Tupper as
leader of the party, and it was adopted
by a standing vote..
After tendering the chairman and
secretary a vote of thanks, the delegates
sang" God Save the Queen," and the
convention adjourned.
MEETS OLD PEIENDS.
On Wednesday last the New Brunswick boys held a reception in honor of
R. L. Johnston, of St. John, N. B., at
the residence of John Humphrey,
Greenwood street. Mr. Johnston is here
representing Eastern stockholders at
the annual meeting of the Brandon aud
Golden Crown Mining company, and
also to look over the mining camps of
the Boundary. A most enjoyable time
was spent in talking of old times by the
Atlantic. Those present were: K. C. B.
Frith, F, F. Ketchum, A. D. Hallett,
Otto Nase, Eltie Morritt, W. A. Keith,
John Humphrey, Irvine Feeney, and
J. Quinslur.   '
BBANDON AND GOLDEN CEOWN.
At the annual meeting of the Brandon
and Golden Crown Mining company
hold in Greenwood Tuesday last the following directors were elected: lion.
T. Mayne Daly, Q. C, Rossland; Mr.
VV. A. McDonald, Q, C, Nelson; Hon.
J. N. Kirchoffer, and M. A. Kolley,
Brandon, Man.; C, E. L. Jarvis, St.
Johns, N. B.; W. A. Fuller, Spokane;
W.S.Porter, Phoenix; Messrs. C- 11.
Collins, and James Russell, Greenwood.
The officers are: President, Hon. T.
Mayne Daly; vice-president, W.J. Porter j managing director, G. H. Collins;
secretary-treasurer, W. L. Orde.
LIFE-M0n6Fp_CTUEES.
The Warwick Trading Company will
exhibit their wonderful life-motion pictures, giving scenes from the British-
Boer war, in the Auditorium, September 25, under the auspices of the city
fire department.
The McLeod Gazette, speaking of
this entertainment, says: "From the
first to tlie last each picture was enjoyed by the audience The most
touching was the descriptive song,
"Just as the Sun Went Down," by Professor Harris. If we were to devote a
column in telling of the merits of lust
night's entertainment we would no
more thon do it justice." Prices 75
and 50c.   Children 25c.
W. S. Keith went to Gladstone on
Tuesday to make an examination of tlie
property of the John Bull Mining company.
CITY HEALTH OFFICER
Reports   on   Sanitary Condition of City
THE CITY PEEE FEOM DISEASE
Suggestions as to Proper Guarding of
the Health of Residents
of the City.
Grre.nwood, B. C, Sept. 1, 1900.
Sir:���In compliance with the resolution passed at last meeting of the council I have the honor to enclose a statement concerning the sanitary condition
of the streets and alleyways of the city.
This may be described in brief as fairly
satisfactory. I feel bound to bring to
the notice of the council the need of
improvement in a few instances.
Pacific Hotel���A longer ventilating
shaft to the cesspool; to be carried above
the roof of the hotel is essential. The
present one is only a foot above the
ground. An iron pipe would bo better
than a wooden one, as it would be airtight.
Wallace-Miller block���A higher iron
ventilating pipe should take tho place
of the present wooden one.
Commercial Hotel���A nuisance is
caused by the situation of a cesspool between the hotel premises and Mr. Mor
gan's premises on the north side. This
cesspool has a ventilating shaft only a
foot above the ground. It is, 1 understand, used for kitchen slops, but it is
not in a proper situation, owing to the
possibility of a building being erected
over it and should be filled up and
closed. I have drawn Mr. J. Cameron's
attention to it a fortnight ago by letter,
but he has been out of town for some
time.
Imperial Hotel���There is absolute
need here for much deeper cesspools,
both for closets and kitchen waste
water. The present kitchen cesspool is
constantly overflowing in the alleyway,
causing an intolerable stench and constituting a real grievance to neighbors
from whom I have had several complaints. The scavenger, at my instance,
cleaned it out only a few days ago, but
it is again full and overflowing. I am
informed by the scavenger that the
level in the cesspool attached to the
water closets has not risen for three
months. I recommend that it be
emptied and inspected as a break may
have occurred. That this is not unlikely
I may say that the cesspool of the
Miller block is an example; as a hole
in the cemented brick woik was discovered which, at my request, has been repaired.
Steam laundry on Copper street���Here
a very serious state af affairs exists
which must every day grow worse.
There is no means of running off the
laundry waste water other than into a
small hole in the ground. This hole
has long since filled up, with the result
that the dirty water overflows into a
ditch on the Hat. In the absence of
sewers and owing to the situation of the
building it is difficult to suggest a remedy. Some means must be devised
whereby this dirty water limy be chemically precipitated iu a large tank and
the purified effluent conveyed either by
a pipe or open drain to the creek. Tlie
present arrangement can only result in
poisoning any well dug in the near vicinity of the building and in tlie depreciation of nil adjoining property, If the
proprietors nre not sufficiently alive to
the Importance of abating the nuisance
it may be necessary in the interests of
public health to recommend the closing
of the laundry.
Beyond these cases which I have
given, the condition of the alleyways
nnd backs of houses might be greatly
Improved if the council would take
more stringent steps to enforce the bylaw in regard to the disposal of kitchen
refuse.
I  have repeatedly cautioned   people
that their garbage must he placed   in
zinc-lined boxes  or water-tight   barrels
with proper fitting covers.     The hitter
receptable seems to bo tlie one in general use, and ihe only thing required  is j
to see that these barrels are furnished
with well fitting covers.    Itis not sufficient to place :i piece of board on top of:
the barrel, ns many do, but n lid with !
handle should be left constantly  covering the barrel.     The   police should  lie
given orders to prosecute in one or two
instances and we should then see a
great Improvement in this respect.
I notice that two or three privy boxes
are not lined with zinc���these I have
condemned.
1 congratulate the council upon the
healthy slate of the town. Up to date I
have only had one case of typhoid fever
reported to me, whereas lust year to
same dale I Iind received certificates of
nearly twenty cases, and one death
from the same cause. In September
alone last year eighteen cases of typhoid
were reported.    I hear that this disease
Is somewhat prevalent at Grand Forks.
It is possible we may have more cases
and I would respectfully recommend
the council to leave no stone unturned
to keep the city in as healthy a condition ns possible.
It is with the utmost satisfaction (hat
I see the water curt laying the dust in
the streets. I uttuteh very great imparlance to the streets being efficiently
sprinkled, not only for the sake of public comfort but of public health. Dust
contains germs which everyone passing
nlong the streets is liable to inhale und
sc run the danger of contracting diseases, of which diptherin, typhoid fever
nnd consumption is common instances.
While guarding against sickness by removing all things likely to be offensive
I would call attention to the number of
empty milk and meat cuns strewn
about the place. Tlie health und up-
peurance of the city would be improved
oy the removal of these unsightly objects. Thrown out with particles of
meat and stale milk adhering to their
sides cannot but give rise to disngree-
nble odors and become a very likely
source of disease. I would suggest that
the council send a special wagon round
the town nt least, once a month and
bave these cans removed to a place
where they would be no longer an
offense to the eye or nostril. The scavenger cannot cope with this nuisance.
His work is already arduous enough, especially where he has to empty large
cesspools, of which one alone may take
him two or three nights. Bat a man
with a light wagon might easily clear
the town of them in one day hy emptying them on the street being made between Copper and Government streets.
I think it is Mineral street; covered
with earth they would be harmless.
This report is not complete. I could
nor get nil around the town, but I will
complete my observations on a subsequent occasion.
That the city is in a greatly improved
stnte I think the few statistics in the
matter of typhoid fever will clearly indicate.
The care of a medical health officer
should be to prevent, so far us it lies in
his power, all cause of disease.
The council mny rely on my efforts in
the future as in the past and they will,
I am sure, forgive me for adding that it
is only by their active assistance in
combatting nuisances that I hope to
succeed.
One or two stern measures for enforcing the by-law will  lighten  the  labors
of the medical offiger of health us well
as conduce to the well being and prosperity of the town. I am, sir, yours
obediently, J. Edward Schon'.
Medical Health Officer,
GLADSTONE AND BURNT BASIN,
A portion oi the Bonndary district
which bus received very little mention
from tlie press us regards mining, is
that part surrounding the once bustling
little town of Gladstone, hustling no
more since the 0. & W. railway have
withdrawn from construction their
gangs of dugo workmen. But the remaining  residents  nre   far  from   being
downcast. They have unbounded faith
in nature, and they firmly believe thul
nature bus stored away in the surrounding mountains for their especial benefit
aii unlimited quantity of precious metals, which they arc going persistently to
work to extract therefrom, Among
the properties being developed in the
vicii.ity of Gladstone are the Buckingham, upon which is nquartz lead highly
mineralized, The Grizzly Bear, lying
north of the Buckingham, work on this
property is being done on a lend of  base
ore, pyrrhotite Iron and copper sulphide,
Lying north of the Grizzly Benr is Ihe
Orion owned by Grunt Bros, of (Hud-
stone, this is one of the best developed
properties in the district.     The  owners
ure now in the midst of negotiations
with an eastern company for the Bale of
this olatm upon which n high figure is
placed,
No work is being done at present on
the properties of the John Bull Mines,
Ltd.. bill in nil probability will be
started before the autumn    is   far ad
vanced. The showing on this property
is excellent, and the indications are
that with proper development it will
become one of the producers of the
Boundary.
Lying northeast of tbe John Bull
mountain is Norway mountain upon
which are located some good cloims, on
one group of which over $li,000 worth of
work has been done with excellent results.
In tho Burnt Basin little work is
being done at present. The most fully
developed properties in that section are
the Mother Lode, Unexpected, Contact
and Mystery, although on several others
good bodies of mineral have been uncovered. Much of the ore in the Basin
is free milling, though there is also low
grade ore in abundance.
We have a good assortment of Indies'
capes, also the fancy Golf cape. Come
und see them before purchasing elsewhere.   G. F. Willinms.
ROAD MEETING.
In response to a cull issued by Mayor
Hardy, a meeting was held in the city
hull last night lo discuss the West. Fork-
road question. All those conversant
with road building in tho city were
present nnd spoke. So far as the West
Fork rond is concerned, the mutter is in
just the sume position that it was before the meeting wns culled. Mr.
Thru8ton spoke of the advantages of the
route he had located, and Mr. Wood
spoke of its disadvantages. In fact both
gentlemen spoke too often. Mr. Wood
had tlie advantage of not appearing in
bloomers. Mr. Thruston was clothed
in the most wonderful pair of panties
ever conceived in the warped bruin of a
London tailor. With an audience in
milling camps of the west it is impossible to wenr bloomers nnd carry a point,
and the meeting Inst night was no exception to the rule. Mr. Thruston had
certainly the best of the argument all
through the discussion, nnd was the
best posted on road building. Every
proposition he made was a reasonable
one. lie is a clever nnd witty public
speaker, and knows what to say at the
right time and how to say it, but all
through tbe discussion on roads the
thought would continuously intrude
itself how can reason possibly be enthroned above such -an awful pair of
pantaloons. To this thought and this
alone must be attributed the failure of
the miners and others to take Mr.
Thrustoii's propositions seriously.
Other speakers were Mayor Hardy,
Jiunes Kerr, Smythe, Clive Pringle,
Duncan Ross, R. E. L. Brown, W. M.
Law, F. Chadler, .1. W. Nelson and
James C. Dale. A resolution was finally passed, recommending that the
government instruct Mr. Shaw, tbe
engineer in charge, to let the contract of
building the road to Mr. Thruston or
anyone else, and that it be built ut
once.
Ladies, come and see our large stock
f Indies' jackets.    All  the  very  Intest
styles.    If you   want something  nobby
come and Bee them.   Q, F. Willinms.
EDITH MILLER CONCERT.
The concert given hy the Edith Miller
Concert company on Tuesday evening
was the most successful, both financially
and in the excellence of the entertainment, yet helil in Greenwood. Every
number mi the programme was well
rendered and fully appreciated by tbe
audience, us was evidenced by tbe
numerous encores, The singing of Mr.
Campbell wns especially applauded by
those present. Malinger Pineo of the
Auditorium is to be congratulated on
the success of the opening entertainment,  and   will,  we  trust,   be  able  to
secure equally   good   c panics  during
the season.
We have received a second consign-
mentof ready-to-wear huts. (i. F. Williams.
MAY SHUT DOWN.
In achat this week, Mr. I'. T. Abbott,
manager of the Greenwood steam laundry, informed a Miner representative
that he would be compelled to shut,
down if business did not pick up. The
laundry employs fourteen persons, all
wdiite, hut the patronage 80 fur bus not
been sufficient to pay for wages aud
fuel. The owners of the laundry have
expended over $6,000 in building nnd
machinery. The question is up to the
business men of the city. If they continue to Support Chinese in preference
to whites, they cannot expect thecity
to In- prosperous.
Skirt lengths in tlie gull cloth; the
vurv latest.   <i. 1'. Williams. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
A   M.    Whiteside.
clive   Pringle.
PEINGLE & WHITESIDE,
BARRISTERS, SOLICITORS, NOTARIES PUBLIC, ETC.
Offices:   Over Bunk ol Montreal.
J. R. BROWN,
BARRISTER, SOLICITOR
and NOTARY PUBLIC.
FLOOD BLK., GREENWOOD.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER <S_
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SUEVEYOES
A.   E.  Ashcroft, Representative.
FLOOD-NADEN BLOCK.
JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
ling to complete the road, whether the
amount granted by the government is
sufficient or not, it iB his business, and
for the board of trade to place any obstacles in his way is an unwarranted interference. If the local board of trade
wish to benefit Greenwood tbey should
endeavor to secure appropriations for
roads to camps tributary   to  tbe  city.
The two political parties have decided on Candidates to contest Yale-
Cariboo. Both are lawyers, but poor
and honest and truthful. One hewed
down the forest on a Bruce county farm
and from the proceeds of the sale of
wood at (i2>_ cents a cord educated himself and in due time received a document from the law society empowering
him to tell the truth when not otherwise employed. It is not on record that
the otlier gentleman hewed forests in
bis youth or peddled sawlogs, but, like
his opponent, he was educated for the
legal profession and received a license
to haggle over the meaning of prepositions and conjunctions. Both are highly
spoken of by local lawyers. Liberal
members of the legal profession in
Greenwood place Mr. Galliher at the
top of the profession for honesty and
truthfulness; while the Conservatives
are equally positive that all the virtues
or alleged virtues of the legal profession
are centered in Mr. McNeill.
KV.VmW.V.Y.V.Yrts.^^
REMOVAL 5ALE
Now Going On
Having determined on removing my stock of CLOTHING
and GENT'S FURNISHINGS from Greenwood, I am
selling all lines at an advance of 	
...TBIN PER CENT...
on wholesale prices for the balance of the month.
Do Not Miss This Opportunity ft_��^i_S
way of Hats, Underwear, Shirts, Collars, Ties, etc., at a GREAT BE-
DUCTION.  Heavy Blue and Grey Overalls at 75c per pair.
J. F. RODGERS,
Clarendon
Block
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THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning ut Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One Year $2.00
Six Months ?1.00
Foreign, One Year ?2.60
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.
The Miner is on sale at the following places:
GHEENWoon.
King & Co., Smith & McRae, Monroe & Co., P.
O. News Room.
Cascade : Cascade City News Co. Rossland :
P.O. News Room. Anaconda. B. C: P. O.
News Room.   Spokane:   The Shaw-Borden Co.
<uNioi?r
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1900.
An effort is being made in Rossland
to bring out a labor candidate to contest
Yale-Cariboo, and with this object a
convention will probably be called. With
the probability of almost certain defeat
it would be impolitic for organized labor
to place a candidate in the field. In the
mining districts a labor candidate would
receive as large a vote as either of tbe
other candidates, but in the northern
part of the district a labor candidate
would not poll ten votes in a hundred.
The Miner would be pleased to see a
labor candidate in the field were there
the slightest chance of his election, but
any one who has been over the district
knows that a unionist candidate could
not save his deposit. And a labor candidate could not count on a solid vote
even from the members of the union
organizations. Many good union men
are strong party men. In fact it is only
reasonable to expect that a an earnest
unionist worker will also be an earnest
worker in the political party which he
thinks will best advance the principles
advocated by labor.
MINING BOOM ABOUT DUE
The council of the Greenwood board
of trade appear to have an unhappy
faculty of attending to other people's
business when they could be much better employed in attending to their own.
If, as is claimed by its members, the
the board was chiefly instrumental in
getting an appropriation for the West
Fork wagon road, they Bhould have
been satisfied with what had been accomplished, and allowed the government engineers to carry on the work.
Instead of doing this they insisted on a
local engineer being appointed to
superintend the work. While theboard
of trade was attending to the interests
of a local civil engineer, Mr. Thruston,
superintendent of the Carmi, being
anxious to get machinery to the mine
and ship ore this season, telegraphed
the government that he would build a
road to Beaverton and Carmi with the
appropriation and have it completed
in sixty days. The government tel��-
graphed him to go ahead and do the
work according to specifications of C.
M. Shaw, C. E. Mr. Shaw has not
yot completed his survey of the road and
so Mr. Thruston located a route of his
own and wishes to commence grading
at once. Tbe council of the board of
trade object to the matter being hurried
along by Mr. Thruston. The road
may possibly be graded beforo Mr.
Shaw has bis specifications completed
if this mine superintendent is notheaded
off in his mad career.! They telegraphed
to Victoria, and work on the road will
be held over until the engineers specifications overtake the grading.
While the building of the West Fork
wagon road is a necessity in order to develop tbe mines of that district, it does
not directly interest Greenwood, and
there can be no reasonable excuse for
the local board meddling with the details of building it Good roads to Copper and West Copper camps are of much
more importance to the business interests of Greenwood. The latter two
camps are tributary to Greenwood. The
camps of the West Fork and Main river
are not, and each will have a business
center of its own. If Mr. Thruston is
willing to build a road from Westbridge
to Beaverton and Carmi, over which he
can take in machinery and haul out ore,
the amount for wnich he will do the
work and the manner in which it is
done is no concern of the council of the
Greenwood board of trade.   If he is wil-
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now locatod on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
35
YEARS
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People who are accustomed to smoking
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Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
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Promptly Attended to.
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THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
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Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
OYSTERS
The Oyster Season is about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BUNRS & CO.
Reports from all parts of British Columbia indicate that we are entering
upon a period of great activity in min-
development, says the Victoria Times,
Tho attention of the world has not yet
been concentrated to any extent on mining properties on Vancouver Island and
the coast of this province, but there is a
feeling in the air that our day is at
hand. There is probably no country in
the world with such a diversity of wealth
concealed within the recesses of the
earth as is to be found in British Columbia. If Wreck Bay had been in
some remote part of the glebe which is
locked fast in the bands of King Frost
for six months in the year there would
have been one of those rushes to whiich
we have been accustomed in the West.
But work has been going on quietly
and regularly there and every steamer
brings in a consignment of the yellow
dust that all the world is eagerly in
quest of.
A prominent mining man in the interior says he proposes to mine, ship
and treat ore worth from $5 a ton up.
If he proves to the world that this can
be done in the interior of the province
tbe day when he commences operations
will be one of the most important in
the history of British Columbia. He
says: " We must make copper at a cost
of 5 cents per pound, and to do so we
will have to overcome the long and expensive haul to New York and the rake-
offs connected with the handling of copper. Our next step is to build our own
refinery, and I intend to start at this
work and keep it going until British
Columbia is put in shape Jto compete
with tbe world." The importance of
this statement is known to all who
have knowledge of the conditions in
British Columbia. There are said to be
quantities of ore almost beyond human
computation which would never be more
than waste under the conditions which
at present prevail, but which with the
advent of cheaper methods of treatment
will add vastly to the stores of
wealth of tbe world. There never was
any doubt that the day of low grade
ores would come���it has been drawing
nearer by slow degrees���but few had
any idea that it was so close at hand.
Then there are deposits of iron ore
which are beginning to attract the attention of the world. Iron enters so
largely into almost all the works of
man these days that it may fairly be
said to be king of metals. The product
of the world is increasing by millions of
tons yearly, and still the manufacturers
shout for more. They are said to be
running short of this great necessity of
of the industrial world in some parts of
Europe and to be looking more and
more to America for their supplies with
each passing year.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106.
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
Sewing Machines for Eent
NEW AND SECOND HAND
a>��������a��a>
A. U. White ��S_ Co.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
"O.I.C."
STORE^^g^
O. A. OIIMB, M. A. H. A. GUESS, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
mthihg ehgiheers, greehwood.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
JCyaniuk Leaching,    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
%-INCH DIAMETER.
FOR BALK AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per 100 feet.  Just received from England.
"_-"-_-_-���_-_-_-�����_��_ Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,  Box 676 P. O. Nelson, B. C.
ROPE
A. R. HEYLAND,
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Sheet Music, Instruments,
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GBEENW00D, B. C.
I
The GEM RESTAURANT
'J? LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
�� Open Day and Night.
�� Lunches Put Up. **
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Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON. W. T.
VANCOUVER, B. 0.
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
�� w  a  r_l-\H_r inC IKON, STEEL,  GLASS, OILS,
HARDWARE ^li^t^^B:
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc   ���   .   .
) Giant Powder Co.,
AGEHTS FOR > Fail-bank's Scales
> Bennett's Bngliah Fuse
Majestic Steel Ranees
Canton Mining- Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark " SUHSET."
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veyed.
Claims Sur-
Geobge Blk., Greenwood, B, C.
Central Hotel.
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
Canadian
��� ...Pacific
And Soo Line
FAMOUS "IMPERIAL LIMITED"
...SERVICE...
....East���Daily Fast Train���West....
With Unequalled Connecting Service
to and From Kettle River and
Boundary Creek Districts.
FIRST-CLASS   SLEEPERS   OH   ALL   TRACTS
FROM ARROWHEAD A1TO K00TEHAY
.,.LAirj>H(&...
Tourist cars pass Medicine Hat daily for St
Paul, Saturdays lor Montreal and Boston, Mondays and Thursdays for
Toronto.
Same cars pass Revelstoke ono day earlier.
Daily Train.
Ex. Sun.
LEAVE
11:4S Greenwood..
For rates, tickets and lull information, apply
to agent at (Ireenwood, B. C, or
Ex. Bun.
ARRIVE
 22:30
W. F. ANDERSON,
T. P. A. 'Nelson.
E. J. COYLE,
A. Q. P. A., Vane.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing; between us, the undersigned, as hotel Keepers and livery stable
keopors nt tho town ot Phoenix, British Col
unit,in, lias this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the said partnership are to be paid to Joseph Mandel, who will
continue to carry on business, and all claims
against the said partnership are to be presented
to the said Joseph Mandel, hy whom the same
will be settled.
Dated at Phoenix, B. C, this 20th day of August, A. D. 1900. J. MANDEL.
GEO. P. MURPHY.
Witness���W. B. Cochrane, Phoenix, B. C.
Dissolution of Partnership.
Notice is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing in the Arlington hotel,
Greenwood, betweeu J.. E. Hooper and \V. A.
Alexander, under the firm name of Hooper &
Co., has tbis day been dissolved by mutual
consent. The business will be conducted by J.E.
Hooper, who will pay all debts of the firm and
to whom all accounts should bo paid.
Greenwood. July 16, Woo.
J. E. HOOPER.
W. A. ALEXANDER. tf
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
MINING   EECOEDS
Of the Kettle River Mlnln. Division ot Yale
District.
September 5.
Wellington, Bearer creek, H. Cropley.
September 6.
Minnie Lee, Deadwood camp. J. Pounder
September 7.
Sunrise, Long Lake, P. W. Peterson.
Hartiord, Carmi camp, R. D. Kerr.
Dixie, Carmi camp, James Kerr.
September 8.
Shumach, Finance, North Fork Kettle
river, John Olover
Rob Roy, Long Lake, Robt Boyer.
Hazel   Kirk,   Camp   McKinney'   John
McCook.
September 10,
New York, Skylark camp, Tim Cody.
Sentinel, Strathcona, Arlington mountain, Alex. Robinson.
Rainy Day. Canyon City, F. Robinson.
Triplex,   fractional,  Greenwood  camp,
Eric E. Jackson.
Belleview, fractional, Greenwood camp,
Eric E. Jackson.
Battle Axe, fractional, Greenwood camp,
F. W. Groves.
May, fractional, Greenwood camp, Joe.
Gourley.
September 11.
Octavia, Eholt creek, A. J. Freel.
September 12.
Lucky Bell, Beaver creek, Thos. Stevenson.
Bristol Boy, West Copper camp, Hugh
McKee.
St. Paul,  fractional,  Deadwood camp,
D. A. Holbrook.
September 13.
Iowa, Beaverton. S. R. Brady.
Winona, Long Lake, Samuel Morris.
September 14.
Fern, fractional, A. E. Ashcroft.
September 15.
Dictator, Kettle river, A. Hilts.
Tubal Cain, Eholt creek, Hugh Sweeney
Duncan, fractional, Beaverton, V. & B.
C. M. & Devel. Oo.
Derby,  Deadwood camp, Alex. Bloom-
field.
Phoenix, Eholt, J. A. Munson.
Brownie, Beavor creek. F. M. Kerby.
Baxter, Carmi creek, Elmore Collier.
Tamarac, fractional, Carmi camp,  Elmore Collier.
Certificates of Work.
September 5.
Massinger, Jacob Peterson.
North Star, J. E. Peterson.
Berg, and Silver Bell, Jacob Peterson.
Mountain View, Bobbie Burns, Wm. G.
MeMynn.
St. Louis. Ceo. Riter.
September 6.
Gladstone, Geo. R. Naden.
September 7.
San Juan, J J. Harris.
Little Buffalo, Oregon, Geo. Peterson.
Stafford, fractional, Jas. Moran.
Atlantic, Geo. Henderson.
September 8.
Rob Roy, W. E. Kennedy.
Dreyfus, C. M. Crouse.
Alberta, R. Hutcherson.
Clara, A. P. Day.
Tom Bluff, Thos. Bluff.
September lo.
Black Diamond, F. Robinson.
September 11.
Lucky Jim, M. H. Moriarty.
Nellie M, F. B. Holmes et al.
Utopia, R. Roberts.
Lyn,  Maid of Erin, Monarch, Andrew
Hamilton.
C 0 D, W. E. Medill.
September 13.
Beaconsfleld, Salisbury, W. J. C. Wakefield et al.
September 15.
0 & E, Silver Lamp, Silver Spot, Lewis
Scara.
No. 9, No. 15, Vancouver and Britisli
Columbia  Mining and Development
company.
Center, Ida Thgnipson.
WESTBRIDGE SUB OFFICE.
August 25.
Orillia, Dry Creek, J. P. O'Rorke.
August 28
L,  fractional, Boomerang creek, P. S.
Stanhope.
Typo, Camp creek, Chas. A. Nix.
Halcyon, Camp creek, Chas. A. Nix.
August 21).
Rhyno, Camp creek, A. J. Lynch.
August 31.
Rosebud, Boomerang creek, W. A. Irwin
September 5.
Hila Perl, Phoenix, Beaver creek, R. A.
Matheson.
Western   Belle,   Triple   lake,   F.   McDonald.
Velos, Copper camp, Alex. Munroe.
Edgar, Copper camp, E. A. Graham.
September 8.
Samson, Camp, McKinney, A. H. Black.
Certificates of Work.
September 4.
Slamit, A. Muller.
Hecla, Nickelplate, C. Newman etal.
September 5.
R M, L. Pelkie.
Lone Star, W. H. Rambo.
September 6.
Eldorado, Eldorado fraction, Felix Dar-
raugh.
September 10.
Sixteen to one, Buckeye, Arthur Hill.
September 12.
North Star. VV. H. Rambo.
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CANYON CITY
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Great Gold
and. -v
Copper
Mining
Camp
Of....
Canyon
Creek.
High assays, large
showings. **********
Strong company operating there.-*-*-***
Sawmill being erected.-* ********** **
Roads being built by
the company to the
city.-* **********
Illness    $ J 00
��^and $200
Residence   <_    HLZ
Lots I--- S>    '3
<<9--and -pJ25
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W. S. FLETCHER, Canyon City.    ���     GEO. R. NADEN, Gen. Agt. Greenwood, B. C.
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The thing to use for
CHAPPED HANDS AND THE FACE IS
Witch Hazel and Cucumber Cream
....tMILLER BROS.,
Greenwood, B. O. DRUGGISTS and JEWELLERS.
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
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN    IK   MADE    HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK   FOR
glkhorn
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Tlie Elkhorn  La-
), ger  Beer   contains
'    only pure Malt uml
Lager
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Hops,   Try it!
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
^___3^_J^_k
It     Is    kept   on
i
Draught or in   Ilot-
tles by nil tho Lead
ng Hotels in   this
Distrlot,
The Palace Livery
Harvkv & Roiuns, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
T_f���-.t,-.-_-. S Vernon & Nelson, No. 92.
Telephones: j Columbia> No  ^
W. J. SNODGRASS & SONS, Props.       |
-��� F. T. ABBOTT, Manager.   ��
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
Mnnufjicturors ^n Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Hole Agents for THE LION BREWITfG CO., Rossland B. C.
The Liiri;(.st Brewary in Iiriti^h Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
f      Vffo,  ��    M-HIill _n   ENGINEERS' BOILERMAKERS
LlinilTTC  OC    IHClHHlall   MACHINISTS and  IRON FOUNDERS.
Our machine shops are now complete and wo aro prepared to do tin- beavietit class of work.
Ore Oars, Ore buckets, shafting, hangers and pulleys. Pipe work n specialty. Estimates given
on all classes "f work.   Pumps always fn stork.
SECOND-HAND MACHINERY: _.?_"^nfi. H���.fetu^n^nbuto^ierTone
in H. P. portable engine and boiler, on skids. Loco, typo. One Wool Polton wheel with 600feet,
8 in ir, spiral riveted pipe.
Rossland, liiiti^^LJ^^JiL THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
The Master Christian
MARIE CORELLI.
..Boy..
MARIE CORELLI.
The Redemption of David
Corson
C. T. GOBS.
To Have and to Hold
MARY JOHNSON
The Faringdons
FOWLER.
A Gentleman From Indiana
B. TARKINGTON.
Fables in Slang
GEORGE ADE.
The Reign of Terror
JAMES LANE ALLEN.
These books are among the best
selling books of today. Any of these
and many more may bo had from our
circulating library���exchange '20c.
SMITH & McRAE
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beans and bread and the things that
put the muscles in condition ior hard
work. Sugar has its place at the dinner table, and nice things about folks
have their place in a newspaper,
but among undesirable things in journalism nambypamhyisrn occupies a
position high up.���Lardeau Kaglo.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
IMPKBIAI. HOTEL.
J. McNichol, Midway ; _mmal.evesly,
Okanagan Falls; David Morris, Nelson;
C. M. Crouse, Midway; W. A. Galliher,
Nelson; J. L. Frame, Virden, Manitoba; ti. A. Rendell, Eholt; R. C.
Longly, Carmi; S. R. Richards, Grand
ForkB; J. G. Brown, J. D. Maxwell,
Spokane; J Cosgrove, Toronto; Ralph
W. Trotter, Columbia; L. Craig, Grand
Forks; M.J. O'Brien, Revelstoke.
b. c. HOTEL.
J. L. Janeil, Trail; E. P. Bentley, J.
E. Paupore, Nelson; J. C. Calquhoun,
Rossland; W. M. H. Anderson, Vancouver; James Marshall, J. G. Wallace,
Wm. Abbott, J. Riordan, C. Johnson,
M. Fleishman, Phoenix; R. D. Ferri-
hella. Snohomish; W. Lackey, Rossland ; M. Collins, Phoenix ; Ed. Steves,
Grand Forks; F. C.Rich, D.Shea, Rossland. 	
MINER AT MONTREAL.
Boundary held their breath awaiting
the starting of the Granby smelter, but
they are now more than satisfied. The
company is now connecting the mines
and smelter by a private telephone wire,
and in a comparatively short time the
mines in question will be supplied witli
all the operating power they may re
quire from the (irand Forks electrical
works, and that Steam will be superseded
completely. Mr Miner states that the
operation has proved a grand success,
and that it works as smoothly as if it
had been going on for ten years. He
said that they were not sorting the ore
now being put through, and that there
was a good profit in every ton "going
through the smelter.
Graduate Pennsylvania
College of Dental - -
Surgery - - - - -
Philadelphia, Pa.-  -
A Licentiate of British
Columbia-  -   -   -  -
WHEN YOU WANT
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :
NADEN BLOCK
GREENWOOD
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of
Commerce.   Both 'phones.
Jas. C. Dale came down from the
Carmi Thursday.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell building.   'Phone 95, V. & N.
Duncan Ross and bride returned Saturday last from their honeymoon trip.
J. L. Frame, ex-M. P. P. of Virden,
Man., is in the city this week on business.
The promenade concert given by the
ladies of the English church last night
was well attended and a very Enjoyable
evening spent.
James Kerr returned Wednesday night
horn attending the Conservative convention at evRelstoks, stopping a couple
of days at Halcyon Springs.
Don't forget the Warwick Trading
company'f life motion pictures at the
Auditorium Tuesday night under the
auspices of the fire department.
S. B. Rickards of Vancouver, who has
been visiting his brother, W. B. Rickards of Midway for the past month, left
for the coast on Wednesday's train.
W. A. Galliher, Liberal candidate for
Yale-Cariboo, has been in the city the
greater part of the week getting in
touch with the leaders of the party.
J. P. Harlan returned Tuesday from
a three-weeks trip to Spokane and Montana. He wheeled to Spokane but returned by train, the wheeling being too
heavy. 	
Do "not forget to visit Greenwood's
fruit exhibition on Greenwood street
Friday and Saturday. The whole of the
fruit will afterwards be sold. Plums,
90c a box.   Other fruit cheap.
Don't fail to see the Canadian contir.
gent  marching  a  thousand   strong at
Quebec.   Noarly 10,000 photographs required to complete the picture.   Auditorium, Tuesday night, September 25.
David Pritchard, aged 38, a native of
Wales, died suddenly Sunday last at
Phoenix, and was buried Tuesday in the
Greenwood cemetery by the Miners'
union, of which lie was a member.
Heart failure was the cause of death. ���
This week H. A. Shallonberger made
an important strike on the Crescent
Fraction in Skylark camp. The claim
lies between the Crescent and Canadian.
In Binking a shaft he ran into a two-foot
ledge of $100 rock at a depth of four
feet. The shaft is now down 14 feet in
ore. This is the first work done on the
property. 	
A meeting of the city license commissioners was held Tuesday morning, the
mayor and Commissioners McArtliur
and Sutherland being present. The
license of the Pioneer hotel was transferred from Deem & Co. to J. W. Nelson
and that of J. W. Powell for the Leland
hotel to J. P. Armstrong of the Hotel
Armstrong.       ________
A newspaper that restricts Itself to
the publication of nice things which it
hears about folks, would be like a man
who has nothing but sugar on his bill of
lare,   and   who  scorns  beefsteak   and
Tells a Star Reporter of His Plans  For the
Bonndary.
Mr. S. H. C. Miner of Granby, and
the head of the Miner-Graves syndicate
of mines and smelter, was at the Windsor hotel yesterday and left in the afternoon for his home, says the Montreal
Star of September 8. Mr. Miner in conversation last evening made the important statement that they would shortly
consolidate the Knob Hill, Old Ironsides and Grey Eagle into one immense
concern.
This proposition will not come altogether as a surprise for the reason that
it is the reasonable and logical outcome
of the whole situation. Mr. Miner also
states that a refinery at Grand Forks is
thought of very seriously.
It is estimated that if a refinery were
established a saving of at least 4)_ cents
per pound can be made on the copper.
As a matter of fact the consolidation of
these four great properties will necessitate that the important question of a
refinery be taken into consideration
within the next eighteen months.
It is estimated that the construction and equipment of a refinery
would cost about $1,000,000. Mr. Miner
says that all the mine owners   in the
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
IRON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining   Division
of Yale District.    Where locatedf-ln Dead-
wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
Qold Bed mineral claims.
Take notice that wo, Elwood C   Brown, of
Greenwood, in the same district, Free Miner's
Certificate No. B29.578, and William Graham
MeMynn, of the same place, Free Miner's Certificate No. H29.401, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to tho Mining Recorder
for a certificate of improvements, for tho purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tho above
claim.
Anil further take notice that action under
section  87,  must be commenced  before   the
issuance ol such certificate of improvements.
Dated thiB 20th day of September, A. D. 1900.
ELWOOD CHANNING  BROWN.
WILLIAM GRAHAM  McMYNN.
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���.Geenwood Hotel ������
PICARD & SIMPSON
Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
|\/|lft"_t*r_  SI    Next Door to
1VJ.U1U.U   Of   BANNKRMAN'S.
COPPER STREET.
THE   CANADIAN
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:30 p. m. every Saturday evening.
it. H. KANE, Secretary.
SILVER STREET.
WYWyWWWWWWWYWM
The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North
America,    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.
Halcyon Hot Springs
Boating,Fishing   C*_*��3-d-��_*_2**��-_-.   ���Kesident Physi
and Excursions    _3cl01 Lcil Hi 111     cian and Nurse
Dank of C
ommerce.
Head Office, TORONTO.
Established 1867.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
[Six Million Dollars.]
best $1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Plummee.
This bank has the largest number of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
terms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted; Collections made.
A general Banking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH,
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
����������
�����*��
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.   Two malls arrive and
depart every day.  TERMS:   $15 to $18 per week according to residence in Hotel or Villas O
_r____^-'l'he price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood and Halcyon
good for Thirty Days and obtainable all the year round is fll.40.
THE IMPERIAL       J
..hotel; ���
BEST APPOINTED HOl'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood St.., Greenwood, B. C.
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....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
������������
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   |&ffi_Uftfifc
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
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,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with tho
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0, R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo It. Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
Anil Connects Daily tit Hossburg
Stage Dally for
GRAHD FORKS and GREEHWOOD.
I.EAVK, AIIRIVK.
0::if> a, in, Spokane 7:10 a, m,
11:40 a, m Rossland 0:00 p.m.
19:30 a. in Nelson C:00p. in.
Nighl Train.
9:45 p. in Spokane 7:0ft iv. m.
10:00 p. m Kossland 0:80 a, in.
H. A. JACKS0H,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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