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The Greenwood Miner.
Published  Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 46.
Greenwood, B. C, Saturday, November 17, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
WILL NOT BLOWN IN
The Smelters Until the New
Year.
CROW'S NEST  COKE   COMFANT
Cannot at Present Supply Demands
for Their Product���Are Building New Ovens.
Mr. James Johnstone, general agent
for the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company,
limited, who now makes Nelson his
headquarters, was in Greenwood last
Wednesday, the particular objectof this
visit being to ascertain how soon coke
will be required for the B. C. Copper
company's smelter at Greenwood, and
at the Standard Pyritic company's
smelter between this town and Boundary Falls. It is apparent that, notwithstanding the efforts that are being
put forth to have both smelters in
operation before the end of the year,
neither will use much, if any, coke for
smelting purposes before January or
possibly February. It is probable that
the greater part, if not all, of the plant
and machinery for these reduction works
will have been received by the close of
the present month.
Andrew Laidlaw. managing director
of the Standard Pyritic Smelting company, has been advised that the plant
for his smelter, shipped from Denver.
Colo., and routed to come west over the
C. P. R.. passed Moosejaw on the 12th
inst., and may be expected to reach
Greenwood any day.
Last week part of the machinery for
the sampling mill of the B. C. Copper
company's smelter arrived, together
with a Fairbanks 60-ton railway scale
and some slag pots and other requisites,
these last for uss in the blast-furnace
house. The blower, which was received
earlier, is now in position, and the
foundations for the boilers, engines,
electric light plant and other machinery
are completed, and preparations for the
erection of the steel furnace also to arrive shortly, are well forward, The furnace has been erected and the coke floor
and water dam and pipe line have been
completed. About 1,500 tons of ore are
already in the smelter ore bins and
about 500 tons a week are being sent
down from the Mother Lode mine. But
there is yet much to be done at both
mine and smelter in the way of installing machinery and completing other in-
disdensable preliminaries, so that it appears unlikely that the smelter will be
in regular operation until early in the
new year.
Under the circumstances, the consequent delay above indicated being unavoidable, it is evident that the expectation of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal
company to have the sixty additional
ovens now in course of erection at Fer-
nie, East Kootenay, completed and in
use in ample time to supply the Boundary Creek smelters with all the coke
they will need in the near future, seems
to bo a reasonable one. Mr. Johns one
stated that the first concern of the company he represents is to keep its Britisli
Columbia customers well supplied with
all the coal nnd coke thev really need,
but so great is the demand for these
products that the company has all it
can do to carry out its current contracts,
consequently coke cannot well be sent
to Boundary creek even a month before
it is likely to be actually required for
consumption. The output of the coal
mines near Fernie is about 1,100 tons
daily and the 300 coke ovens now in use
turn out about 450 tons of coke per day.
The sixty new ovens will add about
ninety tons a day to the coke supply,
and this additional quantity will, it is
estimated, furnish all the coke that the
Boundary creek smelters will use until
their furnace capacity shall have increased, and, too, any extra consumption at the Granby smelter at Grand
Forks, to which five cars of coke a day
are now being sent. Later, the company's new coal mine at Michel, etfst of
Fernie, will be in shape to put out some
seven hundred tons daily, butat present
it is only adding one Hundred tons a
day to the total the company has available for shipment. Some, lime ago,
when the provincial demand for coal
and coke was comparatively small, a
market, was sought south of the international boundary line, with the result
that the whole of the output of the com
pany's mineB could now easily be placed
across the line. For instance, the Great
Northern railway company is prepared
to take 40 cars of coal per day, but the
Crow's Nest company is not at present
able to supply one-tenth of that quantity and at the same time keep its
Rritish Columbia customers supplied,
while the railway and steamboat lines
in Kootenay cannot at present be supplied with any coal from Fernie. The
company is also restricting its shipments to Winnipeg and other points
east of British Columbia to actual current contract requirements and is not
accepting any new business irom that
direction.
Mr. Johnstone endeavored two or
three weeks since to induce two or three
of the directors and large shareholders
in the Crow's Nest Pass Coal company,
who were then at Fernie, to pay a visit
to the Boundary country to see for themselves the progress it has made and to
form their own opinion as to its future,
having particular regard to the requirements of coal and coke. Their engagements, however, did not permit of their
coming further west than Fernie, but it
is probable that early next year they
will adopt his suggestion and visit the
smelters and producing mines of the
Boundary district.
The Crow's Nest company supplies
the Mother Lode and B. C. mines and
the Greenwood electric compony with
coal, but it is not just now seeking new
business in the district. Later, when
its coal mines shall have increased their
output, this district will have its particular attention, for   Mr.   JohnBtone
ON THE WEST FORK
Work Progressing Slowly on
Wagon Road.
WILL NOT REACH BEAVERTON
Or RendeU This Year���E. H. Thruston
Has Commenced Grading on
Carmi Road,
M. J. Phelan came dewn from Rendell Wednesday and left again Thursday. Mr. Phelan says that there is not
very much activity yet in either business or mining on the West Fork, owing
to the wagon road not being completed.
The road is graded to within three miles
of Gorman West's hotel, but it may not
be completed to Rendell this year, as
there is a possibility of work being shut
down on it within the next two weeks
owing to the appropriation having been
expended. Only three bridges will be
built, instructions having been received
by the engineer in charge to run the
road up the south side of the river.
This will leave the people of Beverton
and Rendell out in the cold unless they
build a road and bridge by private sub-
scripton tn connect with the government road. E. H. Thruston has commenced  grading  a  wagon road   from
The Hon. Clifford Sifton in billed to
appear in the Auditorium Tuesday
evening next. One night only. Don't
fail to see and hear him in his comedy
entitled "Prohibition, by the New Permit System, in the Yukon." The performance will conclude with the sidesplitting farce, "The Loyalty of J.
Israel Tarte." Seats free. Two front
rows reserved for those who are Liberals
through heredity and haven't acquired
the disagreeable habit of thinking.
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realizes that before very long it will require a large quantity of both coal and
coke for use in the operation of its expanding mining and smelting industries.
A NEW GAME.
For originality in the way of a brace
game that attempted the past week in
Greenwood is perhaps the best yet.
On Saturday's train from tlie east two
women arrived dressed as sisters of
, charity and were driven to one of the
! city hotels. They attended the celebra-
i tion of mass on Sunday. The priest had
met them before in East Kootenay, and
informed the congregation that the
church always furnished credentials to
those working under its authority, and
advised caution in giving contributions
to persons not authorized hy the church.
He also asked members of the congregation to wait on the women and ask for
their authority.
Sunday evening Messrs. J. W. O'Brien,
Thos. Walsh, M. H. Kane and Thos.
Pickart called on the women, who said
that their credentials had been burned
and that they belonged to a convent in
in Minnesota. When told by the committee that a telegram could be sent to
the superior, they replied that the convent was a considerable distance from
a telegraph office and it would takesome
time before an answer could be received.
That night the two women left the city.
It appoa.8 that tbey bad worked a number of towns in East. Kootenay and had
been soliciting contributions in Rossland iiini Nelson.
Thos Ii. Parkinson of the Pathfinder
mine, North Fork was in the city-Thursday and Friday,
Carmi to connect with the government
road. He is compelled to do this, owing
to having let a contract for hauling 1,500
tons of ore from the Carmi mine to
the railway at Midway. In the event of
the government road not being completed to Rendell, Mr. Thruston will
continue his road down to end of grade,
taking chances of being remunerated by
the government for his expenditure.
In mining considerable assessment
work it being done. On the mines preparing for shipping the Carmi is the
only one that is pushing development,
and it is working at a disadvantage
until the wagon road is completed when
machinery will be installed. On the
Sally three men aro working preparing
for more active development that will
becaniedon when the machinery arrives. Frank Chadler has commenced
work on the King Solomon. Development will consist of a 200-foot tunnel to
tap the ledge.
A. Fisher of Greenwood is at Rendell
making preparations to put in a sawmill He expects to have his mill in
operation about the first of the year.
Contracts have been let for cutting logs
and and other necessary arrangements
made to have the mill in operation by
the first of January.
A postoffice has been opened at
Beaverton with F. ('. Boles as postmaster. Mail from Westbridge to
Beaverton every Saturday.
A number of buildings are being put
up in both Beaverton and Rendell,
which are practically one town.
It is said that the Carmi townsite will
be placed on the market the coming
winter.
CANADIANS WIN.
The Canadiat mush and fish eaters,
after having twice suffered defeat in
football at the hands of the beef caters
of England, on Sunday last turned the
tables against their opponents and defeated them witli a score of 2 to 1. England played with one man short throughout the game Canada played with ten
men during the first half. The line up
of the teams was :
Canada���Dill, Hallett, Gray, Chesterton, Embree, Atwood, Craig, Johnston,
Homes, Merritt, Wilson.
England���Lease, Coles, Lysons, Duff,
Robertson, Cousins, Stowe, Elkins,
Young, Hodgson.
For the Canadians, Hallett, Johnston
and Merritt played a lively, energetic
game. Hallett's long run over half the
length of the field with the ball safe before him was a star play, but he went
down before Lease as he was shooting
for goal. Dill and Chesterton are sure
and steady kickers, but the former is
everywhere on the field and seems to
keep his eye on every weak point.
Craig knows all the tricks of the game
and keeps his opponents guessing as to
what he will do next. For the Englishmen, Cousins, Coles and Duff played
fast ball, and Elkins and Robertson
played an offensive game on the wings,
but the mainstay of the team was Lease,
who never missed a kick, and punted
ball to within a few yards of the Canadian goal at every trial. The Englishmen play a more offensive game and are
better versed iu combinations and
should have won, but the Canucks have
Bome brilliant individual players in
their team and their presence saved
them from another defeat.
A return game will be played next
Sunday.    	
A number of the Gold street piano
players were up before the police magistrate Tuesday on a charge. What that
charge is has not yet been determined.
It may be for making entrancing, enticing music; atmosphere-mntillting
music; come-all-ye music; music with
intent to do bodily harm; music that
kills; intimidating music; or the excruciating, awful, d���d stuff that the
bank clerk up stairs grinds out as an
accompaniment to the melodious voice
of jack the bank bulldog. However,
it's a musical charge, and nearly all tbe
legal talent of the city are engaged.
The case was remanded for one week
to allow the lawyers to read up on
the point as to whether music is a profession or the musician a vag. The
line_J is often so indistinct between
professional gentleman and the professional vag that the legal lights may) have
an extremely difficult task before them.
There were registered at the Imperial
this week: G. O. Guise, Westbridge;
H. M. Burritt, A. Francis, Frank Darling, Vancouver; P. Monnier, Cascade;
R. L. Longley, Beaverton ; Mrs. Hodgson, Chesaw; Jas. Lawrence, L. Ernst,
A. B. Miller,Nelson ; Ed. II. Mortimer,
Southampton, Eng.; John K Jackson,
Midway; S. Spriggs, Winnipeg; II.
McQuade, Phoenix ; A. G. McGillivray,
Rossland. 	
Invitations are out for a ball to be
given in the Auditorium on the evening
of December 5th by (ireenwood lodge
Knights of Pythias. Tlie tickets will
be $ 1.60. Only those presenting invitations sent out by the committee will be
admitted.
s. Sprigges of Winnipeg, representing
the Spriggs wholesale harness lirm of
Toronto and Winnipeg, one of the
largest saddlery linns in Canada, was
in the city Thursday.
A strike was made on the Kathbiin in
Summit camp this week. The ledge is
rich in copper and is reported to he 40
feet in width. More particulars will appear in next issue.
Provincial Officer Cunningham went
over to Nelson Wednesday in the capacity of chaperone to two gentlemen who
bad misinterpreted the criminal code.
G. O. Guise, the Westbridge merchant, came down from the West Fork,
yesterday and reports business much
improved in tbe past two weeks.
11. C. Holden, who for tbe past two
years has been doing business in (ireenwood as a painter and decorator, left
Thursday last for New Mexico.
E. H. Mortimer returned this week
after a three months' visit to England,
and is once more behind the counter of
the Itealey Investment company.
STRIKE ON RAMBLER
Have   Encountered  the   Ore
in the Crosscut.
THE EMMA HAY RESUME WORK
Company Formed to Take Over
Sunset Group in Deadwood
Camp.
The crosscut at the 100-foot lev* of
the Rambler this week ran into Borne
nice looking copper ore. The whole
face of the working is in mineralized
rock, but only that at the top of the
tunnel as yet shows copper freely. It is
anticipated, though, that a further improvement will shortly take place, for
the indications are favorable to a body
of ore of good grade being soon met
with. There is a big surface showing,
suggesting the presence of a very large
body of ore underneath, and it is
thought that this will be proved to be
the case when the crosscut now being
run is sufficiently far advanced. It is
now in 05 teet from the shaft, and the
next ten or twenty feet will, it is confidently expected, give very satisfactory
results. The development work on the
Rambler group includes the above mentioned shaft 112 feet in depth, and the
65-foot crosscut from the bottom of the
shaft, besides surface cuts and a prospect shaft. The property is owned by
the Everett and Spokane Miningcom-
pany, which in the face of many difficulties in obtaining money for development purposes, has plodded on, until
now it seems likely to be crowned with
success. The group is situate about two
miles east of Eholt, between that town
! and Pass creek. A. G. Davis of Green*
I wood has been in charge during the
! whole period of development, and he is
I now naturally pleased to find that his
I good opinion of the Rambler group,
, persistently held in the face of many
discouragements, is likely to he soon
demonstrated to have been fully justified.
During the week ending November 1st
| there were 2,00 shares of Britisli Columbia Copper company's stock sold on the
New York Stock Exchange at prices
ranging up to $15T-b" Closing quotations were highest, (ill) and lowest.
$15.88. Boston stock exchange sales
numbered 1,898 shares for tbe same
week, on which day quotations were,
highest, $15.75; lowest, $05. Later advices report private sales up to$17 made
upon the strength of good reports respecting development at the Mother
Lode Mine in Deadwood camp.
A 36-fo6t ledge of $10 ore was uncovered
on the Standard in Summit camp the
past week. The claim is owned by
Thos. Walsh of (ireenwood and was
first located six years ago. Five assessments have been done on the property,
principally open cuts prospecting the
the surface croppings, and last week
the large ledge was uncovered. Work
1 will be commenced on a tunnel tbis
��� month, which will he run to tap the
ledge at a depth of about 2<K) feet.
It li reported thai  work will shortly
j he resumed oil  Jhc   Emma  in  Suiiiinil
camp. Although this property is considered one of the most promising in
j the district, no work has been done on
it for the past two years. Should work
lie resumed it will only be a few months
until she Emma will he one of the big
shippers of the Boundary, Already
there is considerable shipping ore mi
the dump. The Emma is an adjoining
claim to the Oro Denoro.
Rev. B. Et, Balderston will preach in
in the Methodist church on Sunday
evening, subject, "The Greatest Need
of the Far West,"
A company has been formed in Montreal to take over the Sunset group of
claims in Deadwood camp. The new
company is called the Montreal and
Boston Copper company, and will start
out with sufficient capital todevelop the
properties to a shipping stage. A representative of the company will shortly
arrive in (ireenwood from Montreal,
when a large force will he put to work
developing the properties..
The tunnel   on  the  Ureal   Hopes   in
Deadwood camp has been inn a distance
of 400 feet. Several small ledges have
been crosscut hy the tunnel, but it is
thought a considerable distance will yet
have to be run before the lead is en
countered. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.   McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, (ireenwood, B. C.
BAUER Sc
ASHCROFT
sagacity that this aspect of the situation
seems never to have suggested itself
to him."
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
AP     A chfr*~ift Resident
���   _��������   r���UUUil, Representative.
KI.OOP-NAIiKN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
i. A.(;ri:ss, m.a. n. a. (truss, .M. a.
GUESS BROS.,
mihiug engineers, greenwood.
Assay, Analyses, Rbpobts.
Cyanide Lbaching.    Amalgamation
AND COKCENTBATION  TESTS.
One   would   have thought   that  the
| Liberals would have been  content with
! having captured Quebec and a large ma-
! joritv in the next parliament.    It seems
| however that the cry of French domina-
. tion which has gone tip over  the rest of
l Canada  has  frightened  them, and  Mr.
| Sifton is hurrying   west   to  instruct the
voters of Yule-Cariboo how to do their
duty.   Tbe widespread feeling of resentment in Ontario over the result of the
elections in Quebec has alarmed the Toronto Globe, which closes a tearful appeal to Ontario and  Canada  West   Ibis
way:   " Our concern is not for the government,   which is strongly and adequately sustained, hut we should  regret
the raising of  a   race  quarrel,   and   we
hope that the patriotism of Canada will
prevent such a calamity."   We presume
therefore that Mr. Sifton's special mission to Rossland   on   Wednesday  next
will be to try and quiet the uneasy feeling referred to.���Record.
W. S. KEITH, a E.
MIHIHG PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Thohouohly Conversant with the Boundary
.... District	
Office with
���Greenwood Miner."
Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service,
On an d after Monday. October 1">, mails will
Krrive and be dispatched as follows; Mail,
close for till points cast and west nt 1 ;80 p. m.
ARRIVE. CLOSE.
Phoenix 1:80 p. ra 1 ::i0 p. m.
Anaconda l ;80 p. m 1:30p. m,
Deadwood 8:80 a. in 8:80 a. in.
THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning at Greenwood,
Hritish Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Year $2.00
Six Months 11.00
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.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1900.
The following is  an  extract  from an
article written  by  Rev. E. D. McLaren
of Vancouver, and appeared in last issue
of  The   Westminster, a   Presbyterian
journal    published   in   Toronto.     The
reverend   gentleman    recently    visited
Dawson :    " There is one question, however, to which  public attention cannot
be called too soon  or too strongly���the'
question of the liquor tratlie in the Yukon.     All   through   that district,   one
who loves his  country  is compelled to
hang his head in shame as  he  hears on
every hand, both  from  Canadians and
from foreigners, open charges or thinly-
veiled insinuations of  wholesale corruption in connection with the granting of
of permits for the importation of liquor.
The policy of prohibition in the Yukon,
about which so  much   wns said  in the
early days, has been made a ridiculous
farce by the granting of  these permits ;
for they  aro  permits  to   take   in,  not
small quantities of liquor for personal
use, but thousands of  gallons  for commercial     purposes.      Tho    prohibition
policy has been practically, if  not formally,  abandoned, for liquor is  openly
sold under government license throughout the whole district,    lint altera man
has paid bis $2,600 for   bis  license he is
not permitted to  import his stock; he
must purobase it  from some of the men
who  have secured   liquor permits from
the Minister of the Interior.   The whole
miserable   business   is humiliating   in
the   extreme.    For   the   credit of  the
Liberal party, and for the sake of the
fair fame of Canada,   one   hopes, and
may even be ready to believe, that the
charges of official wrong-doing  that are
constantly   heard   in   connection   with
this matter are without foundation, and
that the worst that can  truthfully be
said is that,  under the system  now in
vogue, liquor dealers and liquor drinkers in the Yukon are compelled to pay
high prices in order that some friends
ef the ruling party may be handsomely
rewarded for their party services.   The
Minister of the Interior may be  able to
say   with  truth,  'The very  head and
front of  my  offending    Hath  this extent���no   more.'     But,   unfortunately,
this is enough to lay himself open to the
disgraceful insinuations of personal corruption, his party to the fierce attacks
of political foes, and  his country to the
scornful sneers of every  foreigner.    It
certainly does not speak  well for his
Tim Hon. Clifford Sifton will speak
in Rossland next week and will probably visit the Boundary before going to
the coast, when the people of Greenwood may have an opportunity of hearing the honorable gentleman's explanation of his position on the Kettle River
charter, the Yukon whiskey deals and
other little eccentricities of the government of which he is a member. Hon.
,1. Israel Tarte and M. Bourassa will not
visit the Kootonays or the Boundary.
They will probably visit Okanagan Mission, Kelowna and settlements along
the Thompson river, where the story of
"perfidious Albion" may possibly go
unchallenged.
M. Tartu is too well known to the
French to make it necessary to recall
his attitude during recent events. He
is a resolute partizan ol separation from
England, and wishes Canada to be independent by right as she is in fact. He
does not cease to protest against the deplorable spirit which reigns iu England
today, to censure Britisli pbarisaism
iind egoism, and ho joyfully seizes every
opportunity vouchsafed him to assert
aloud his sympathy and filial attachment to the old land which was the
lirst Mother Country of Cana la, namely
France,���Paris La Liberte.
Tim Vancouver Province is perhaps
more in the confidence of the leaders
of the Liberal party than any other
paper in the west. In its issue which
arrived here on Saturday, the first page
dated Nov. 8 and the other pages the
7th, there is the rather startling headline: "McKinley and Laurier!" This
may be all right, but what will Tarte
think of such a combination?
MINEBAL CLAIM IS VALID
An incident of special interest to prospectors transpired last week, says the
Nelson Tribune. A man named Clark
and a partner went onto the ground
lying between the Ropal Canadian mine
and Kootenay river and proceeded tu
pre-empt 320 acres in a strip one mile
long and half a mile wide. They made
entries for the pre-emption, stating
therein that the ground applied fordid
not cover any mineral claims. The two
went back to the land and commenced
cutting wood.
This was a surprise party to the prospectors who have valuable mineral
claims on the land pre-empted. They
immediately laid the matter before John
A. Turner, gold commissioner, who cancelled the pre-emption and authorized
notices instructing the parties to clear
out.
The point involved is that a miner
locating a mineral claim cannot be ousted
by a pre-emptor for homestead purposes
and it is just as well that an object lesson has been given along this line.
A. F. & A. M.
MILLER BROS*
Expert..
{   Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTEES, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
DEAI.KI1S IN
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
tWcViWrilVtViViViViViVisiiVM^^
HALF PRICE
Clothing Sale Now
Going On.    ^eee^ee
������������
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...
J. F. RODGERS,
Clarendon
Block
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M.,
G. R. B. C, Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, first Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. M       R. F. COATES, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINER8-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:30  p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF P.
QREENVVOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., m(< in
every Wednesday evening at 7:80 in the Masonic hall, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    .I.H.MAC""
ED. BIRNIE, K.R. & 8.
4CFARLANE, C. 0.
Real Estate
Mines  and Mining;.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
McElmon
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People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of_
...fiavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "oft"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR COm,
ORDERS BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY..
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now located on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tf-
do correct, work.
0YSTER5
The Oyster Season is about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BURNS & CO.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106,
WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE
ANY OLD THING AT THE .
'Sewing Machines for Rent
"O.I.C."
NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE
A. L. White & Co.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
Canadian
��� ...Pacific
And Soo Line
First-class sleepurs on all trains irom
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<^__      Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass Dunmoro Junction daily for St. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and  Thursdays for Toronto.   Sumo cars
pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket reads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
TRAINS DEPART,
14:86
Ex. Sun.
16:46
Ex. Sun.
For Kossland, Nelson, Kaslo, Sandon, etc., and all eastern points via
('rows Nest route, connecting at
West Kobson for Nakusp, Revelstoke, Main line and Pacific Coast.
For Midway, where stage connection is made for Kock Creek, Camp
McKinney and Colville reservation
points.
calr on or addres nearest local agent, or
E. R. REDPATH. E. J. COYLE,
Agent, Greenwood.      A. G. P. A., Vane.
W. F.ANDERSON,
T. P. A.. Meir-on
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The gem restaurant
"c" lunch counter,
Copper St., reenwood.
�� Open Day and Night.
��� Lunches Put Up. **
% Meals at All Hours.
A Real Nice line of Shirt
Waists, the very Latest  Styles
and Shades.
% We also carry a full line of Tailor
Made Costumes and something
nobby in Jackets	
THE STRAIGHT
FRONT CORSETS
If you want'some thing swell in Trim- ����
* mlngm >'l"i can get them at a i>ig       3*
Bargains   All to he had at *:
G.F.Williams'   I
The Up-to-Date Store ��
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NOTICE.
we hog to notify the public of Greenwood
and vicinity thai Mr. w. L. Leonard is do longer
acting in the capacity of Belling agent for us in
the vjeinitv of Greenwood or elsowhere.
WATEROUS ENGINE WORKS. CO., LTD.
Urantford, Ont
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Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON, W. T. ��� VANCOUVER, B. C
GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
AT MOST
REASONABLE^___
RATES....
CAM. AND HJQUIBE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
HARDWARE
IMPORTERS ATO JOBBERS OF
IRON, STEEL, GLASS, OILS,
PAINTS, METALS, STOVES,
TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.    .   .
$ ! Certificate of Improvements Notice.
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We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, MillB,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc
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i Giant Powder Co.,
AGENTS FOR  (Fairbank's Scales
J Bennett's Bnirlish Fnse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark " SUBSET.'
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IRON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining Division
of Yale District. Where located-In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
Gold Bed mineral claims.
Take notice that we, Elwood C Brown, of
Cireenwood, in the same district, Free Miner's
Certificate No. B29.578, and William Graham
MeMynn, of the same place, Free Miner's Certificate No. h.29,401, intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
! for a certificate of improvements, for the pur-
i pose of obtaining a crown gnmt of the above
claim.
j    And further tiike notice that action under
; section  37,   must be commenced   before   the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 20th day of September, A. D. 1900.
88
120th day of September, A. D. 1901
ELWOOD CIIANNING BROWN.
WILLIAM GRAHAM McMYNN llJ
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
THIS AND THAT.
Some of our contemporaries, who
should be better informed, have printed
a statement which is liable to lead some
honest voter into disappointment. Tlie
statement is that voters can, in the approaching Dominion election, vote anywhere in the constituency. Voters can
do no such thing. They can vote anywhere in the provincial riding in which
they are registered, but not in anyother
riding The deputy returning officers
in the Slocan riding will have the voters
list for the Slocan riding and no other.
A voter registered in Nelson or Rosa-
land or East Lillooet cannot vote in
Kaslo or anywhere in the Slocan. The
list UBed here will be a list printed at
Ottawa in August last. No transfers or
recent clunges will be shown on it.
Men left off the list for the reason that
they were Dominion or provincial office
holders, can swear in their votes. No
other case is provided for. The official
list that will be used can be seen at the
rooms of the party associations and
voters should satisfy themselves as to
where their names are registered.���
Kootenaian.
At Kamloops the other day a Chinaman committed suicide under extraordinary,circumstances. He had been
complaining for some weeks, but his
friends paid no attention to his case.
One morning last week he was found
dead in a water barrel, head downward,
having committed suicide. At the inquest it transpired that the man had
fe-er of a very pronounced type, and
that for several days previous to the
suicide he had been moving about in
the Chinese quarters, and that his
laundry had turffed out Bome work. It
was fortunate that the body was found
as soon as it was, or his fellow countrymen would have hushed up the whole
tiling, and the water in the barrel would
have been used to soak someone's family
washing and spread contagion. The
caBe shows the necessity there exists for
careful supervision over Chinese quarters. These people are naturally uncleanly in their habits. Their presence
is a danger to a community.���Nelson
Economist.
The Canadian Pacific railway handled
34,000 tons of ore from the mines of
Kootenay and the Boundary camps during the month of October. The bulk of
this ore was hauled to the smelters at
Grand Forks, Trail and Nelson. If the
one railway system alone is handling so
large a tonnage now, what will the tonnage of the country he when the mines
are fully developed? It is safe to say
that the output of the mines of southeastern Britisli Columbia will, within
five years, be greater than that of the
mines of Montana or Colorado. And
every ton of ore will be smelted in
British Columbia if only the provincial
government has the courage to act on
common sense lines. Help those that
help you. By helping the smelters in
British Columbia, British Columbia will
be helping itself.���Tribune.
A number of people in Chicago have
formed a society lor the promulgation
of the raw food idea. None of the members eat anything that has been cooked,
claiming that tho action of the fire destroys the Jmost nutritious part of the
food and leaveB us to conBume too much
ashes, lime and other properteis that
we do not need in such large quantities.
It is claimed that a raw food diet will
double the age of the human race. Man
takes about twenty-five years to mature
and lives an average of thirty-four years.
The swan matures in two or three years
and has been known to live three hundred years. Other birds and animals
likewise. If there is any great advantage in living In a great age and raw
food will produce it, everyone should
change their mode of living.���Ledne.
The real news of the day is but little
and would not fill n page in any daily
newspaper, therefore it iB nec��BBury to
keep a large editorial force at work getting news, and another force rehashing
after the manner of a boarding house
what was made out of tho rumor of the
day before. In one word, the liar artist
of headline fame is paid a high salary
because he has no conscience and is a
genius in his line. He can make smart
men read in today's paper in a new
form what they have already read the
day before and not discover the trick.
The modern newspapers absorb nearly
all the smart liars of the times, who are
good linguists and can sling ink through
a kaleidoscope.���Ex.
McBride and Prentice evidently believe in helping their friends at the expense of the public, or else their judgment in business matters or knowledge
of the upper country is exttremely
limited. In the Vernon News, a patent
inside rancher's paper, can be found
government advertisements relating to
affairs in Kootenay, Nelson, Revelstoke,
Nakusp, Fort Steele, and other points
distant from the Okanagan. Probably
these brilliant members of the B. C.
cabinet do not wish the public to see
their advertisements. If so, why waste
the   people's   money?   We need .wore
money for roads, and cannot afford to
have public funds wasted in such a
needless manner.���New  Denver Ledge.
Where was the Rossland Miner when
the miners of Kootenay were fighting
for the eight-hour day? It was in the
camp of the enemy. Where was the
same RoBsland Miner when the contest
was on for member of the legislature?
Did it support the candidate in Rossland
riding who was pledged against the repeal of the eight-hour law? No; it was
again in the camp of the enemy. Its
owners and editors have not been
changed. If they were not the friends
of the miners and laboring men of the
Kootenay six months and a year ago, it
surely is not unfair to say that their professed friendship now should be taken
with a grain of salt.���Nelson Tribune.
We Bhall probably know in time why
Winnipeg elected Mr. Puttee by such a
pronounced majority. HiB opponent,
Mr. Martin, is a prominent business
man, of highly respectable character.
He was as much opposed to the government as a straight Conservative could
be, and he had the support of many of
the most influential Liberals in the city.
With their aid, the Conservatives should
have had no difficulty in electing him.
But they either refrained from voting or
marked their ballots for the Labor
candidate. Why they did this is the
particular matter in this election that
requires explanation, for to outsiders it
is wholly unaccountable.-Nelsar. Miner.
The Canadian militia consists of about
forty thousand men, and although legislative power exists to enable the government to keep up its strength by ballot if occasion should arise, and to call
upon the entire male population between 18 and 60 years to serve under
arms in case of emergency, service has
been cheerfully offered, and no difficulty
experienced in keeping up the proper
strength of the force.
In analyzing his conduct he said that
Brow n'8 reply that he did not have a
quarter was apparently the only part of
the transaction that made any impression upon him. But he is under suspicion in that otlice und will probably
never be able to live it down.
Waitress Wanted.
First-class waitress wanted   for hotel
Apply at Miner office.
For Sale.
Safe for sale.    Apply  to Geotge R.
Naden.
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Is ����
Cunningham & Andersen
ELECTRICAL
CONSTRUCTION
AND SUPPLIES
Mine Installation
a Specialty.
Fixture., Motor., Dynamo.,
Etc. House Wiring and Dyn.
amo Repairing.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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RETURNED SOLDIER.
George Holbrook, the first to return
of Boundary's representatives to the
South African war, arrived home on
Monday last. He lives in Anaconda
and when, the war broke out left for
the east and joined C. Battery at Kingston and sailed for South Africa with thp
second contingent. He is an old British
soldier, having served in the Fifty-Eighth
at the disaster of Majuba Hill, He was
wounded in that battle. Holbrook was
with the Mafeking relieving column
and fought at Renzberg, Bloemfontein,
the Vet river, Smalldeel,. Winburg,
Elandsfontein and was present at the
occupation of Pretoria, where his term
of enlistment expired. He was once
slightly wounded during the campaign.
At Fonresborg he saw the surrender of
5,070 Free Staters and ten guns.
ABSENTMINDEDNESS,
When the lapses of memory become
habitual, the person is properly called
absentminded, The Chicago Tribune
relates the following absurdities into
which some victims of this disease have
fallen:
A bridegroom of twenty-four hours
left his wife, strolled around to his
mother-in-law's bouse and asked her if
her daughter was at home. This came
from force of habit. He had been calling there daily for some time, and it
probably occurred to him that he had
not paid his usual visit.
A Chicago bank president, is unable
to account for three-quarters of an hour
of his life. He went into a restaurant
as usual and ordered his lunch. Nearly
an hour later he found himself in his
office chair and suddenly remembered
the order. He went back across the
street and asked if the luncheon was
ready. Then the clerk informed him
that he had eaten, paid the bill and
gone away some fifteen minutes bofore,
Unit lie had put his hat on as he went
out and that he (the clerk) had not
noticed anything peculiar in his actions.
The bank presidont congratulates himself that he can be trusted to behave
like an ordinary mortal, even when lie
doesn't happen to have his mind with
him.
An editor of a daily paper has laid
himself open to unkind remarks by trying to take up a collection iu his olfice.
Haponing to want a small coin, he
turned to his fellow worker and asked
for a quarter. " Haven't got it, but
here's a dollar," the man replied as he
tossed it over. The editor put the dollar in his pocketand immediately turned
to a special writer at the next desk and
said: ''Miss���, could you lend mc, a
quarter?" Then seeini. the man from
whom he hud got the dollar grin, he
added hastily: ''Oh, never mind, I just
got a dollar from Brown."
Graduate Pennsylvania
College ol Dental - -
Surgery -���_--_
Philadelphia, Pa,-  -
A Licentiate oi British
Columbia-   -   -   -   -
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :    :
NADEN BLOCK :
GREENWOOD    :
BLANKETS
QUILTS!
This week you will have an opportunity to take advantage of extremely
low prices on Blankets and Quilts.
These cold nights must have reminded
you that a pair of good blankets would
be useful.
At no better time could this offer
have been presented to you and never in
the history of the town could you buy
them cheaper.
Our English Lamb's Wool ts a new
warm and comfortable blanket in gray
or white. Regular price $1.50, for
$1.25. The Empress, all wool white
blanket, large size, for $3.25.
Greenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and,..
BUILDERS -�����=-
FLAKS FURBISHED AND ESTIMATES HADE.
...Jobbing Promptly Attended To...
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Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
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Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
RENDELL & CO.
THE   BEST   BEER   IN   TOWN   IS   MADE   BY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO..   Props.
ASK   FOR
��lkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
liraught or in Bottles by all the Lend
ng Hotels in thi6
Ilistrict.
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
7j_-IN('H IllAMKTKK.
KOII S.US AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICK:   $13.00
Per 11X1 toot.   Just ro-
oeived from England.
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J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box (176 P, 0. Nelson, B. 0.
ROPE
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER AUD JOHN HASSE.
Take notice that I have caused to be done on
the White Horse minora] claim situate in Copper cHinp, in the Kettle river mining division
ol Yale district, British Columbia, tlie work required by section al. of the Mineral Act for the
year which has expired, and have expended
for such work and for recording the certificate
thereof the sum of $102.50, ami that if, at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
first publication Of this notice, you fail to eon-
tribute your proportion of such expendituce,
namely, the sum of $26.62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
mineral claim sKall be liable to forfeiture as
provided by the " Minerai Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Hated this :trd dav of October, l'.KH).
B. L. WOOD,
LION BOTTLM WORKS,
GREEHWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
Manufactory A1) Kinds of Carbonated |Beverages,
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
NO FAKE ADVERTISING O BEST OF JOB PRINTING
a...... fa ...<������
tbe Greenwood Weekly
miner.       ���
S2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
IF YOU WANTE����I
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME TO THC MINKft OrflCr
WE USE GOOD PKPCR AMI) INK
AND CHRRGC VOU TOR IT	
Sole Agents for THE HOB BREWIMG CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in British Columbiu.
ONLV  FIRST CLASS WORKMEN
EMPLOYED
JAS. McCKEATH & Q0��� Proprietor!, j i^^WWWM
IF YOU WANT CHEAP WORK IIND
EAST FOR IT
WWWWWrV THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
nrmn
Photographic
..Album.,
Flexible, for Unmounted
Photographs.
If you are making a collection of pictures
from a
.���KODAK,.
Vim cannot afford to be without one nf our albums.
FINISH���Cm cloth, genuine
Seal Leather, Keratol, Paper
Covers, ete,
SIZE���Any size you wish from
:i|4'x41.., to 11x14 Inches.
Price, from 2k to $5.
SMITH & McRAE
Books, Stationery and
Wall Papers.
JUUUUUL
these pure teas if you only insist.
The Salada Tea Company have placed
them in hundreds of stores, but Blue
Ribbon is also obtainable.
Many other leading firms have shipments coming. Only laggards await the
jumping of the cat. Colonist.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
John Rogers of Grand Forks came
��� ver Thursday.
L. Ernst, of the California Wine company, Nelson, B. C, is in the city.
A. Int'veldt Francis, traveling agent
of tlie Vancouver News-Advertiser, was
in the city Wednesday.
Duncan Mcintosh and Thos. McDonnell paid a flying visit to Bolster and
the Review mine the past. week.
G. D. Clark, 0. McCallum and Dr.
Westwood of Grand Forks were regis
tered at the Armstrong Thursday.
Gus. Whately came down from the
West Fork Tuesday. Mr. Whately is
one of the owners of the Rendell town-
site.
The Mask ball given by the Phoenix
Miners' union Thursday night was the
most fuccessful yet given by that organization.
One Good Turn Deserves Another.
Ladies of Canada���Sisters :
Great Britain  takes  nearly  all  the exported   produce   of  Canada.   English
Scotch and Irish boys produce the teas
of Ceylon and India.
Canada consumes 11,000,000 pounds of
colored and doctored Japan Green Teas.
Gree n teas of pure, natural grean leaf,
are being introduced from Ceylon and
India. They are now on sale with all
live grocers.
Statesmen see obstacles to preferential
trade within the Empire. You ladies
can sweep aside all obstruction.
Bring patriotic sentiments on your
breakfast table.    Your  grocer  will  get
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ARE YOU       ^
WANTING
Office
Stationery
WALL
...PAPER., or the
Latest Books or
Magazines?
THEN INSPECT TIIK
STOCK (IK
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GOOD, COMFORTABLE
WELL FURNISHED
ROOMS....
AT MOST
REASONABLE<^
RATES....
CALL A Nil INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
rOR instruction on the
Violin, Piano, Mando"
lin, ttc, see Prof. Kauff-
nianu.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store.
Artificial Teeth.
WHKN the natural teeth become
lost, the deficiency is supplied by artificial teeth. A
good set of artificial teeth is to be
preferred to a poor set of natural
ones. Nothing that is worn upon
the person is of so much importance
as the set of artificial teeth ; and
they require, for successful results,
artistic and mechanical skill, patient
abor and experience.
Artificial teeth are often detected
by the practised eye without the
patient opening tlie mouth, simply
by the unnatural expression resulting from badly arranged dentures.
And when the mouth is opened the
effect is heightened by the presence
of teeth selected and arranged without regard to the persons individuality.
It is a marvel that persons of discriminating taste in other matters
should so often be content to endure
such miserable apologies for teeth,
involving as they do important relations to features. In no other
matters will they submit to such
impositions.
It would seem that a person
would have nothing but the best
for the mouth; but many individuals
appear to want that which is cheap.
If it were a matter for outward
show-personal adornment-we may
be assured that nothing but the
very best would be tolerated. Many
think that artificial teeth, being
rarely seen, it will not matter about
the quality of work or material. As
in anything else, that which is best
should be worn in the mouth. It
would be proper, then it seems, to
deny oneself the luxurtes that one
might at least have the best in the
dental work.
DR. R. flATHISON.
I have added to the equip- ^AMMMrMMWMMMf^F
nient of my dental office an
apparatus for the administration of
Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
for dental operations. This
is the latest, safest and best
method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal
of the pulp���destroying the
nerve.
Dr. R, Mathison
Both 'Phones.       Greenwood.
THE   CANADIAN
..GeenwoodHotel., jBank 0f Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
PICART & SIMPSON
Proprietor.
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SILVER STEEET.
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Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AGENCY...
___________________________________________
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
JO LET.,
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper   Street,   business
Centre.
.FOR SALE.
Well Furnished Five-
Rooined House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
.^iMr.����r.,Vmmi.i,��mmiliViirm.m��W*l^
I The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North %
> America.    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.        S:
Halcyon Hot Springs
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
Sanitarium
....Resident Physician and Nurse..
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
In Telegraphic communication with all par* of the world.    Two malls arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:   $l5_to $18 per week according to resi
dence id Hotel or Villas
 0
lis Baths
nro all norvousand muscular diseases.   Its waters heal nil Kidney, Live
iind Slomiicli Ailments.   The baths anil water eliminate all
metal poisons Irom the system.
AV'ThQ price of railway ticket for" round trip between Greenwood and    Halcyon
good for Thirty Days and obtainable all the year round Is 111.40.
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THE IMPERIAL
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. C.
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. JNGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.  i&ffilS.ftfijJE
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
Head Office. TORONTO.
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. ..I. H. Plommer.
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN VOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
JVlllflfO  S    Ne-t Door to
�������� �����*���*"�����������-'��� V   ��t   BANNERMAN'S.
COPPER STREET.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry.Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail route botweon all
points Kast, West ami South to ... .
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. B. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo Ut Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Bepublic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Sally for
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows)
Leave Spokane 10 :ia p. m.
Leave Northport  5:50 a, m.
Arrive Kossland  7:80a. m.
Leave Rossland 11 :(X> p. in.
Leave Northport 12:45 a. m.
Arrive Spokane  7:08 n in.
tTrains Nos. 88 and 81 nigh! train.
H. A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
FURNITURE, CARPETS
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Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
I
T. M GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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