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 The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 42.
Greenwood, B. C, Saturday, October 20, 1900.
Pkr Year, S2.00.
A MURDER IN GREENWOOD
Samuel Feora, an Italian, Killed in la Shack
Near Depot Wednesday Last
ROBBERY SUPPOSED TO   HAVE  BEEN OBJECT
The Murdered Man Is Said to Have Had a Considerable
Money on His Person���Evidence Given Before
Coroner���Verdict of Jury.
Wednesdey evening about 7 o'clock
Chief McLaren received a 'phone from
the depot that a man had either committed suicide or had been murdered in
a shack near the railroad track. He
immediately notified Coroner Jakes and
together they proceeded to a shack about
200 yards from the depot, where they
found Samuel Feora, an Italian section
hand, lying on the floor of the cabin.
On examination of the body by Dr.
Jakes it was found that the man had
been dead four or five hours.
Thursday morning a jury was empan-
nelled, composed of James Kerr, (foreman), Robt. Leach, David Beath, I.
Robt. Jacobs, Berry Yuill and W. O.
Wright, who visited thecabin. An adjournment was taken until 3 o'clock to
allow Dr. Foster to make a post mortem
of the body, when the following evidence
was taken:
Dr. Foster: Made a post mortem examination on body of deceased. Found
man about 5 feet 4 inches in height,
about 50 years of age, and the body well
preserved. On examination I found a
found a large lacerated wound on left
side of hcnd and in front of ear, wound
about two inches in length, edges everted and rugged. On left side, behind the
ear, I found another wound with edges
inverted and depressed. Around these
wounds was a great deal of charring. By
probing these wounds I found the one on
the right side to pass upwards and forwards, and the one on the left downwards and backwards. On removing
skull cap I traced the right wound
through the roof of auditory canal and
found the wing of the sphenoid bone
splintered. On left side I found body
and wing of sphenoid bone splintered.
Base of cerebellum corresponding to this
point was badly lacerated. On turning
skull cop and brain over, a bullet dropped out, which must have been embedded in the substance of she brain. On
examination of the brain I found it
normal Edges of two wounds were apparently wounds of entrance, but upon
careful examination of base of skull and
brain substance I was unable to trace
second bullet. The two passages apparently communicated, and the second
bullet either went out through the
opening of the first or was embedded in
the deep muscles. Examined membranes of brain and found them normal
with exception of laceration caused by
bullet. Both were bullet wounds. Both
wounds were charred, so it is not
probable that shots were tired from out.
side of cabin. Found nil the organs
normal.
Chief McLaren: Last night about 7
o'clock I was culled by telephone from
0. I'. H. depot and informed that there
was a cine of either suicide or murder in
a cabin near railway track. I Immediately called up the coroner. On
reaching cabin found deceased lying on
his right side on the floor, and blood
oozing from wound behind the ear. Did
not find any fire arms in the cabin. Did
not find any money in pockets of deceased. Body might have been handled
before T came. Was accompanied by
Coroner Jakes.
Manuel Poiston, in whose cabin the
body was found, was the next witness.
He is employed on the C. P. R. as a section hand, and had been working all
day. When he came home at (1 o'clock
he found his cabin locked as usual. On
opening it and lighting a candle, discovered blood on Hoor, and on further examination saw hand of deceased under
bed. He then went out of cabin and
called for help. Joe Feora, a son of deceased came, and pulled body from
under the bed. Witness then went to
section house to call foremen. Came
back to cabin and informed   Joe   that
police had been summoned by section
foreman, then went back to depot.
Feora lived with his son in a cabin a
few yards distant from that in which he
was found. Witness lived alone in cabin
but had a partner for about three
months. Partner was a Swiss and left
a month ago|f or Grand Forks. About five
weeks ago a stranger came to my cabin
who claimed to be from Northern Italy,
my home. The stranger is known as
French Joe. He speaks both Italian and
French. He stopped two or three days
with me. Joe wanted to borrow money
from witness, but was refused a loan.
Claimed he was stopping at the St.
Charles hotel. Had key of cabin three
or four days. Often when he came home
at night he found stove warm and bread
and butter,etc., miBsing. Some one had
come into his cabin one night and eaten
all his beans. French Joe had shown
him a 38-calibre revolver. Told Joe that
Northern Italians did not use guns or
knives. Joe had aglin called at his cabin
about ten days ago. Witness produced
key of cabin.
Robert H. Robinson, section foreman,
gave evidence as to telephoning for
police and that deceased had worked
with him on west end of section in forenoon of Wednesday, but had not shown
up for work in the afternoon.
Joe Feora, son of deceased, said he
was 19 years of age. He worked on section on the branch to Mother Lode mine.
Had been living with his father in cabin
since last May ; worked may and June
on main line and was then transferred
to branch line; saw deceased last Wednesday morning; both had breakfast and
left cabin together; went to work on
Mother Lode branch; at six o'clock
didn't go to depot with rest of men, but
got off car apposite (ireenwood street
and went to postoffice ; got home about
6:30 and commenced getting supper;
heard Manuel call " Sam, Sam "; I asked him what he wanted ; he replied that
there was one man in the shack dead ;
I said who dead man; he said don't
know, you come too and see, I am afraid ;
I then went into the shack with him
and got a candle nnd saw my father
dead under bunk. I said "My (iod
Manuel, its my father!" I knew by
clothes that it was my father. I pulled
him out from under the bunk; when 1
pulled him out I saw that his face was
covered with blood; told Manuel to call
somebody, and he said he would call
section boss. My father had between
$1,100 and $1,200 in his pocket; searched
pockets for money but could not find
any ; carried money in pockets of pants ;
money was In bills and one $20 gold
piece; some bills were $50, some $20and
sonic $10. No one knew but myself that
he had money ; he did not spend much
money, so people must have suspected
that he had money. French Joe came
to our cabin about live weeks ago; never
saw him before; father did not know
him before; he hail supper with us;
after supper he said he was broke, and
wanted to know if there wereany Northern Italians iu Greenwood, He said he
had come from Butte, Mont.; he had
prospected there and lost $2,000; took
him over to Manuel's shack. He came
back again next Sunday and talked a
little while with my father; didn't stay
to dinner but went to Manuel's shack.
Saw him every day at depot or coming
from Mother Lode; said he had contract
at the Mother Lode mine. Another day
while working between Mother Lode and
Sunset he came and asked for tobacco
from Manuel; In- said lie started to
work at 2 o'clock ; saw him in Anaconda
last Sunday, hut haven't Been him since.
Autoine, another Italian, bad seen Joe
Wednesday morning.
This was all the evidence taken.   The
jury returned a verdict of murder by
some person or persons unknown. Both
the city and provincial police are working on the case.
THANE3GIVING   GAME.
On Thursday afternoon at the athletic
grounds a lively game of foot-ball was
played between a team of Canadians
and one of Little-Islanders, resulting in
a score of 1 to 0 in favor of the latter.
The teams were composed as follows:
Canadians���Dill, Craig, Hallett, Johnston, Grey, Hill, Harris, Appleby,
Holmes, Chesterton and Atwood. Little
Islanders���Smith, Cousins, Robertson,
Duff, Custance, Elkins, Hodgson, Coulter, Stow, Coles and Lysons.
The game was called by Cmpire
Merritt at 3 :45 and up to the end of the
first half at 4:30, there had been no
score on either side, although the ball
hovered persistently around the goal of
the Englishmen. In the second half
both sides appeared fresh and for a half
hour no score was made, then Duff with
a free kick-off put the pig skin between
the Canadians' goal posts. This kick
won the game, for thougli the Canucks
worked hard the superior weight of the
Kuglish team began to tell and the ball
was kept dangerously close to their opponents goal, but without further scoring. Some brilliant individual plays
were made during the game, but neither
side could be congratulated on their
team work. Dill, captain of the Canadians, was the best player on the field,
and was ably seconded on his side by
Hallett, Chesterton, Craig and Johnston.
On the side of the Englanders Smith,
Cousins, Duff and Coles, with Stow as
an ideal goal-keeper, played the hardest
game. The teams were very evenly
matched, with the exception of the
Canadian goal-keeper, who was either
rattled or did not know much about the
game.
A return match will be played in the
near future and may the best side win.
AN INDEPENDENT PARTY
FORMED   THURSDAY   EVENING
With  the   Object  of Working  for
and Endeavoring to Secure Election of Chris Foley.
Thursday evening Uuion hall was
crowded by supporters of Chris Foley in
response to a call witli the object of organizing for the campaign in the Boundary. Chas. Wilion, organizer for the
Western Labor Union, occupied the
chair and stated that the object of the
meeting was for the purpose of making
arrangements to carry on the campaign
in the interests of Chris Foley, Independent Labor candidate. He stated what
had been done so far by organized labor,
and suggested that an Independent
Labor party should be formed in order
that all sympathizers with the cause
would be enabled to work intelligently
in the canvass. After a campaign committee of fifteen had been elected by the
meeting, with Mr.R. J. Evans as secretary-treasurer, a motion was put to
form an Independent Labor party in
(ireenwood. J. J. Caulfield was elected
chairman and R. ,1. Evans secretary.
Thirty names were enrolled on the
membership.
After adjournment the committee met
and discussed preliminaries for carrying
on the campaign, ltuuiiis have been
secured in the building formerly occupied hy the Victoria restaurant, Copper
street. The city has been divided into
wards and committees for each ward up-
pointed. Arrangement! were made for
a meeting to be held next week, at
which Mr. Foley and others willaddrcss
the electors.
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
IMPERIAL HtiTKI..
C. M. Buck, (i. McNicol, W. B.
Cochrane, Phoenix ; W. Williams, Montreal ; D. D. Enquart, Wayside, Wash;
R. Montgomery, James Jackson, Mol
son; J. McNicol, W. H. Norris, Midway; D, D. McLaren, Carson; E. Dob-
erer, Vernon; G. A. Rendell, Eholt;
T. Sears, Phoenix; I. A. Dinsmore
Grand Forks; Mrs. D. B. Bogle, Victoria; C. W. Armstrong, A. M. Mcintosh, Montreal; (ieorge Riter, Copper
camp; W. J. Northey, Butte, Mont.;
John R. Jackson, Midwap; Samuel Vila,
Hamilton; J. G. Griffin, Nelson, B.C.;
A. II. Blackeby, Toronto; W. K.Johnston, Vancouver; 1'. K. Cooper, A. L.
Clements, Grand Forks; J. Beveridge,
Vancouver,
A BOLSTER BUDGET
Settlers Will Supply the Camp
With Farm Products.
MILL TO BE PLACED ON REVIEW
Two Shifts Are Working on Buckhorn Mine���New Machinery
Being Installed.
Bolstbb, Oct. is.-[Special]���Now ��� hat
the settlement of the reservation is a
thing of the past, everyone is directing
their attention to the principal industry
of the camp���mining. For the vast two
or three weeks mining has not received
that attention which it deserved, being
side-tracked naturally by the opening ol
the reserve. This latter event, while it
did not come up to expectations, still
leaves room for a great improvement in
a general way, By next summer the
farmers who live around Bolster will
supply the camp, whereas now all eat-
ibles are shipped from the Okonogan.
Farm products will be cheapened
thereby.
TIIK  REVIEW.
Everybody expects great things of the
Review. The making of a dividend payer of that property is a foregone conclusion. There yet remains but about
Ii0 feet of tunnelling to be done to tap
the main lead, and after that is done
tlie company, so it is reported, will
place a mill on the property. Already
a great deal of attention has heen directed towards this property which is
the most completely developed one of
the camp.
HICK HORN.
The Buckhorn, on Copper mountain,
continues steadily at work. Two
shifts are now working a 400-foot tunnel about 300 feet below the main lead
which is expected to cut the ledge at
about 400-foot depth. A new Sibley
has been insalled iu the workings. The
company operating this group of claims
is a very strong one, and it is their intention to erect a smelter at a near date.
The site is admirable and the ore can
be easily trammed from the dump to
the smelter.
Everyone is looking forward to a good
winter in mining circles. The Myers
creek district is beginning to receive
more than the ordinary attention from
outside quarters, and this together with
the many people who were alert for
investments consequent upon the opening of the reserve, leads everyone lo believe that more money will be spent this
year than for that of any time past.
Several transfers iu mining property
have tttken place during the past two
weeks, the most important of which
was the sale of the O. K. and (). K.
fractional to the Yakema Mining company. Tlie figures have not been given
out, but it is understood that it was way
up in the thousands ol' dollars.
A representative of Patsy Clark hits
been here for the past week looking
over some of the properties of the camp
The board of trade is now an incorporated body.
CANDIDATE FOLEY.
The following brief sketch of the life
Christopher Foley, who is now the candidate for the electoral district of Cariboo-Yale-Kootenay, Is forwarded by Mr.
James Devine, of tbe Independent Labor Party of British Columbia, Ross-
laud:
Christopher Foley was born in Toronto 11 1848, Five years Inter his par
ents removed to Paris, Out., where he
worked on his father's farm until he
was 14 years of age, when he started out
in life for himself, going to the southern part of the United States, where he
travelled extensively until lHtili, when
left the south and went west. Reaching the mountain country he commenced
prospecting, and has mined and prospected with varying success from the
City uf Mexico to the Fraser river. In
1889 he settletl in Vancouver, where ho
engaged in contracting, antl succeeded
by close attention tu business in accumulating considerable money, which he
invested in Vancouver real eslate. The
panic in '03 and the slump in real eslate
which accompanied it hit Mr. Foley
hard, and he was compelled in sacrifice
much  valuable   property   antl   in seek
new fields. Two years later he came to
Rossland, anil commenced as a workings
miner in the Commander mine.     Since
then he has followed the occupation of
a miner and has worked iu several mines
of the camp, at present being employed
in the Centre Star mine. He had been
a resilient of Rossland but a few months
when he became a member of Rossland
Millers' Onion No. 38, His fellow members at once recognized his great executive ability ami llirust him to the front.
Always refusing to hold many offices
proffered him, he has almost ever since
his admission into the union been a
member of the executive hoard, a most
responsible position, anil one which
of en calls for the most hard practical
sense, which Mr. Foley has iu a remarkable degree, and his influence with
the Kossland Union, as well as with the
whole Federation has been great. The
recent conventions oi the Western Federation of Miners has chosen him to
represent this province on the executive board of that great organization,
and in that position he has shown
marked ability Three or four years
ago Mr. Foley commenced the study of
social questions, and that study has
placed him in the front rank of the social and political reformers of the Dominion. Interviewed after he accepted
the nomination, Mr. Foley said: " I
do not want the nomination, hut under
the circumstances when the convention
asked me to be the standard-bearer, I
would indeed have been a traitor had I
refused. In accepting it I considered
tlie cause instead of myself."���Vancouver World.
GRIP AND PASSWORD.
A couple of weeks ago the Odd Fellows and Knights of Pythias moved
from their hall at the corner of Greenwood and Government streets to the
Masonic temple, where both societies
now hold their regular weekly meetings,
the former on Tuesday and the latter
Wednesday evenings.
(In Saturday evening of last week
Harry H. Watson, grand master A. F. it
A. M. of British Columbia, paid tin
olficial visit to (ireenwood lodge About
fifty members of the order were present.
After the regular lodge business a
banquet was served in the reception
room. While here Mr. Watson was
driven out to a number of the mines
and was taken through the workings of
the Mother Lode hy Supt. Iliitehins.
Wednesday evening the members of
(ireeuwooil lodge, K. of P., gave a
banquet to F. T. Abbott in the reception room of the Masonic temple on the
evecf his departure from the city. Mr.
Abbott was also the recipient of a handsome K. of P. charm from the members
of Greenwood lodge. Since the institution of the order here Mr. Abbott has
held the position of chancellor commander of the lodge, and to his efforts
is due much of the success of the order
in the city. Werner & I'ittock were
tlie caterers and provided an excellent
repast.
Last night (irand Master \V. K.
Johnston of Vancouver paid an official
visit to Boundary Valley Lodge, I ().
O. F. He was accompanied by A. II.
Blackeby of Toronto, who s connected
with the relief .branch of  the order, and
F. K. Cooper uml   \. L.   Clements of
(Irand Forks. The Grand Master gave
a lecture on the secret wurk of the
order, anil Mr. Blackeby gave a splendid
address, After the lodge business was
Ooncluded a banquet was served in the
reception   room   by   Iv     Kerfoot,   the
(ireenwood    street    caterer.      S| dies
were made by Messrs. Blarkebv, Johnston, Law, Clements, Cooper, McKinnon antl McKay, uml songs were sung
by Messrs. .1. P. Ilurlun and James
Kerr.
MURDER AT GOLDEN.
A. Dunilo was shot through the heart
at (iolden Saturday morning ami I'.
Collins is under arrest charged with the
murder,
Dundo, while on a spree, got into
trouble with Collins by doing some damage to a house and Collins went lo gel.
a warrant for his arrest, but was told to
return within an hour. Instead of this
he went to the Dote! Dolphins, where he
found Danilo in bed, ami as he entered
the room he exclaimed, "It's all off
with your brains." Immediately he
fired two shots. 01 1 ihem penetrating
Duntlo's   heart,   killing him instantly.
Dundo was formerly a member of the
Northwest Mounted Police.    Collins is a
painter   bv  trade, an I   for   Bolue   ti	
lived in Vaucouv r.���Inland Sentinel, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, (ireenwood, B. C.
BAUER <S_
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
AF     A��hriT-��ft Resident
.   C.   /VMlir���ML, Representative.
FLOOD-NADEN BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
I. A.OUBSSt M. A. H. A. QtlBBS, M. \.
GUESS BROS.,
mining engineers, greenwood.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October lfi, mails wil
arrive and be dispatched as follows: Mails
dose for all points vast and west at :>:.'("�� p. in.
ARRIVE. CLOSE,
Phoenix 1 ;30 p. in 1:80 p. m.
Anaconda l ;80 p. in 1:80 p. m.
Deadwood 8:80 a. in 8:80 a. m.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnnlng at Greenwood,
Hritish Columbia,
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Your |2.00
"       Six Months $1.(10
Foreign, One Yetir $2.60
Payable Invariably in Advance,
Advertising mtes furnished on application,
No patent medicine nils taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 6 cents per line.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1900.
Tim publication dayof the Miner has
been changed from Friday to Saturday.
The trains now niiiiiiiifitliroiij/li to Midway enable us to publish on Saturday
and reoch subscribers west of here as
early as when formerly published on
Friday.
The last issue of the Greenwood
Weekly Times would lead one to suppose that a municipal campaign is not
very far distant. The mayor comes in
for some very pointed compliments from
the editor. If both the mayor and the
editor of the Times were not possessed
of an inordinate amount of egotism,
they would have tumbled long ago to
the fact that the citizens of Greenwood
have lost all interest in their personal
quarrel.
The city jh at present defendant in
two actions for damages. The qustion
as to the city's liability in each case
will be settled by a judge and jury.
Newspaper criticism should be withheld until a decision has been rendered
by the court. In some parts of Canada
judges have been known to consider
newspaper criticism on a cause pending
as an attempt to prejudice the case
Such criticisms by the press are not usual,
and the Times, we believe, is exceeding
its duty to the public by editorial remarks that may tend to Influence the
jury.
Thk Greenwood correspondent of the
Nelson Tribune in his report of the Conservative meeting here last week, says:
"As no intimation of the Intention of
these gentlemen to visit the chief of the
Boundary towns this week ami address
the electors was received, other than a
telegram which came to late to allow of
their coming being announced in Wednesday afternoon's issue of the Greenwood Times, the attendance at last
night's meeting was not nerely so large
as it would have been bad more publicity been given." Hut it was announced in Wednesday's issue of the
Greenwood Times. The fact cf themat-
ter is that electors are not very much
interested yet in the campaign.
A BACK NUMBER.
Lahor candidate for Yale-Kootenay-
Cariboo does not hold similar views to
those held by the editor of the Rossland
Industrial World. One of the fundamental principles of the International
Typographical union, of which both the
editor of the Tribune and the editor of
the Industrial World are members, is
individual independence in all matters
outside the composing room. If the
rtlitor of the Tribune is In l.e knifed
politically for supporting the party he
thinks will hest govern Ihe ��� >untry,
many workers in the labor ran' ���> I,ave
been mistaken in regard union principles. John Houston has been a consistent union man for a quarter of a
century, the editor of the Industrial
World has heen a member of a union
for about one-fifth of that time. .Since
his first newspaper venture in British
Columbia���the Donald Truth, twelve or
thirteen years ago, John 11. n-lon has
advocated the cause oi working men.
In all their lights he has In/en with
them. Previous to the organization of
a typographical union in Rossland he
paid his printers 20 per cent, higher
wages than any other paper in the interior of British OiIuri' .... Ihiring the
night-hour agilali .i. ins nos the only
daily paper in Ihe province that supported the men as against the Mine
Owners association. If John Houston's
unionism is a "back number' variety,
may providence protect us from the
"front number" kind advocated by the
Industrial World. If the editor of the
Tribune believes that the country would
be benefitted by the election of one of
the old party candidates, he has a right
to that belief, and Mr. Foley's cause
will not be strengthened by calling him
a traitor und a hack number. Unionists
who use such arguments are either
bigots or sissys, and the central committee of the Independent Labor party
will gain votes by suppressing the
verdant scribe of the Industrial World.
If Chris Foley *i!u in ihi* contest it
will be by brains and the piinciples advocated by his party, (u order lo have
ihe former commodity ciitct largely into
the editorial part of the campaign it will
he very necessary In reliioiMIe the staff
of Rossland's laboi paper.
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A great deal depends
On where thev purchase their clothing. If Late Patterns, Good
Materials, ami the best workmanship cut any figure with you,
give us a call before purchasing your fall and winter suit. We
are confident we can please you both as regards price, quality
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J. F. RODGERS,
Clarendon
Block
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Mr. John Houston, M. P. P., Nelson,
has learned his lesson. He now admits
that a newspaper loses all influence with
the workers the moment it opposes
their demands for independence of old
political parties. Houston is a back
number already, and he will not know
what has struck him if he ever comes
before  the  electorate   again.     Traitors
arc never forgiven.���industrial World.
It is sincerely to be hoped  that the
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...rjavana Cigars
Find it a grievous disappointment when they are even a little "off"
in flavor or condition. Our stock is jealously and intelligently cared
for and is perfect, every cigar is full of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO.,
ORDERS HY  MAIL.
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
THE  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OK THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
Clarendon Hotel Block,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager/1 "l!" greenwood, b.c
A. F. ��Sr A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M.,
G. R. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday in
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. M        R. F. COATES, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of the Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:80  p. m. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OF P.
GREENWOOD LODGE NO. .11, K. OF P.. meets
every Wednesday evening al 7::m In the Masonic hall, < Ireen wont I. Solti'irning brethren
cordially invited. F. T. ABBOTT, C, 0.
KI). UIRN1K, K.H.itS.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now locHt.il on Greenwood street
Guess Block, Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
OR   YKAKS
_���_���    EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment, of material and tools U-
do correct, work.
MINING   RECORDS
Of the Kettle River Mining Division of Tale
District.
October 8
Apes, fractional, Greenwood camp, Eric
E. Jackson.
Maintop,   (ireenwood   camp,    Eric   E.
Jackson.
October 9
Keystone, fractional, Copper camp, Carl
Nelson.
October 10
Cumberland, Copper camp, Geo. Biter.
Iron Mask, Baker creek, E. B. MeMynn.
Pioneer, Beaverton, Chas. A. Mix.
Bryan, Beaverton, A. J. Lynch.
Missing Link, Ellen McEwan.
October 11
Brant, Curry creek, Wm. Chapman.
Atlanta,   Alabama,   Copper   camp,  K.
May cock.
October 13
Chicago, Eholt, J. A. Munson.
Craigellachie, fractional,  Deadwood, J.
Sheckell.
Certificates of Work.
0YSTER5
The Oyster Season is about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BURNS & CO.
20,000 Feet C. C. S
WIRE
October 8
Fern, fractional, C. Scott Galloway.
Niger, C. Scott Galloway.
October 10
Little Chief, Thomas Hogan.
Viceroy, fractional, Chas. H  Tye.
Marshall, fiaetional, Dan Bresnahan.
October 12
Nodaway, C. Wood.
October 15
Nos. 1, 2 and S, E. II. Hughes.
Bine Bell, fractional, Alex. Stewart.
Revenue, Frank Dal ton,
Niagara, Archie Connors.
WESTBRIDGE SUB OFFICE.
October :i
Concord, Cast Chance, Lost Horse creek,
J. 0. Ueillv.
October 5
West,  fractional, Dry crock, Thos. Murray and Gorman West,
October 10
Time, Arlington mountain, Jas. Grant,
Certificates of Work.
October 8
Columbia, W. B. Reilly.
Devlin, J. II. Branilett.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106.
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WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE 4 4
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.
I
Jg-INCI! DIAMETER.
FOR HALE AT
....NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per 100 feet.   Just received from  England.
������������������������������������ Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box 070 P, 0. Nelson, B. C.
ROPE
Canadian
.���.Pacific
Selling Out I*
Sheet Music, La- %
test Vocal and., tv
Instrumental J^
Music.... Lv-
> / j������'%     At Half Price During October |Sr
_xnS'__���.' A ,/fy ��� '^?--.< ^��s%t *yS^
^SL^f-^hiHi^^s)-^ Also  Big- Collection   of Waltzes, jfe.
iWtf C'ft'.$��'���   ,��^ Marches, Songs and Two-Stens, at ��
vi   ft   ���   ' JJS��*!_,      W  5, 10 and 15c; worth from 2*5c to *-
"***-   '    "���^���*<-��.��.     $'li0a      ... |~
.Greenwood Music Store, gr
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And Soo Line
Ttill continues to operate first-class sleepers
on nil trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
^jfci      Landing
Also TOURIST CARS,  passim. Diinmore Junction daily I'm-st. Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and Boston) Mondays and Thursdays for Toronto.
NO TROUBLE TO
QUOTE RATES
AND GIVE YOU
A POINTER...
Regarding tin Eastern Trip yon contemplate
... Taking,..
Fall and Winter Schedule
Now Effective.
For time tallies, rates and full Information
call on or adilres nearest local agent, or
E. R. REDPATH. E. J. COYLE,
Agent, lireeuivood.      A. O. P, A., Vane.
\V. P. ANDERSON,
T. P A.. V'e.ion
The GEM RESTAURANT J Open Day and Night.
"^ LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., roenwood.
�� Lunches Put Up. **
�� Meals at All Hours.
___	
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
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to   Established 1886.
to
Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON, W. T.
VANCOUVER, B. C
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u a n_rv\*7 a r_r? ikon, steel, glass, oils,
rl A le I _) W Akh paints, metals, stoves,
1 ���^**V-^ ��� ��� j -*V*-* TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.    .   .
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc.   .   .
AGENTS FOR
i Giant Powder Co.,
fFairbank's Scales
' Bennett's Bnglish Fnse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spoener's Copperine
Registered Trademark "SUNSET."
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CALL OR INQUIRE AT
.Commercial Hotel.
Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIBE.
GREENWOOD, B, C.
Certificate of Improvements Notice.
IKON* PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate  in  the Kettle river Mining   Division
of  Yule District.    Where located���In Dead-
wood ciamp, adjoining each the Ladoga and
Gold lied mineral claims.
Take notice that we,  KI wood ('   Hrown, of
(ireeuwooil, in the same district. Free Miner's
Certificate No.  B20.578, and   William   Graham
MeMynn, of the same place.  Free Miner's Cer-
tilieate No. 1129,401, intend, six'.y days irom the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate ol Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above
claim
And further take notice  that action under
section  x~.  must be commenced  before   the
issuance of such certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 20th day of September, A. I). 1900.
ELVVOOD CHANNING  BROWN.
38 WILLIAM GRAHAM   MoMYNN. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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PRAIRIE JAG IN PRETORIA.     ��oTro-BTrraroTmro-^^ fntdiffa ��    MrMiiliti   ENGiNEERS' BOILERMAKERS
LUnilllt  Of    JHCJTlllldn   MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
" An amusing thing happened when
we were in Pretoria," writes Trooper
Charlie Rubbra of the Mounted Rifles,
in a letter received recently. " A day
or two after the city was taken one of
our fellows, in some way or another, got
on a real live western jag. Riding
down the main street he met a Dutchman on a bike. The wheel caused the
horse to shy, making the westerner
kind of hot. He told the Dutchman
that while he might have owned the
street a few days ago he didn't now.
The latter made some nasty reply and
rode off quickly. The man from the
prairie then took a lasso from his saddle, gave it a couple of whirls and Mr.
Dutchman came tn a very sudden stop.
" After dragging the Dutchman a few
yards on the end of the rope to give him
the full benefit of being lassoed, a lieutenant in the imperial service rode up
and threatened to have the man with
the jag arrested. But the jag said
something about the whole imperial
army not being ablt to do that, and
some hot words ensued. When the
oliicer rode off with the intention of
getting the westerner arrested, the
the lasso whirled again, and a scene
similar to that before happened, but
with the officer at one end of the rope.
The lieutenant stopped and very ungracefully dismounted. After being
trailed a short distance, the man from
the west said he would let up if his
prisoner would reconsider his decision
to have him arrested and promise not
to appear against him if he was run in
by anybody else. The lieutenant gave
in and kept his word, so nothing was
said about it. I think it will be some
time before that oliicer will forget his
short acquaintance with the man from
the Canadian prairie."���Toronto World.
THE LIBERAL OBJECTED.
Two well known young men about
town, one a bank clerk and the other a
railway employe, became involved in a
political argument regarding the question as to whether Hugh John Macdonald would or would not defeat Hon.
Clifford Sifton at Brandon. The little
discussion took place about 1 -.15 o'clock
this morning at the corner of Hastings
and Granville street. Each of the
politicians gave evidence which would
satisfy a jury that the evening had
been convivial. The railway " magnet"
is a Sifton man, but the hank clerk is a
Conservative, by birth, training and
conviction. It was quite a friendly argument until the bank clerk remarked
that the Mr. lion. Sifton was so crooked
that he could not lie in bed straight.
That settled it. There was no further
argument. The railway man without
uttering a word in reply shot out his
right arm and landed with full force on
the jaw of the man of finance, Then lie
brought over his left and landed on the
banker's nasal organ, and the monetary
official gently fell to the sidewalk to
dream about dreaded inspectors, balances that are $2.10 out and trousers
that will not remain creased. The railway man then proceeded jauntily homeward and at 1:50 the hank clerk was
still reposing on the cold, cruel, hard
pavement at the corner of Hastings and
Granville,���Vancouver World
B, C. MINES AND MINING.
Manager Whyte of the C. 1'. R., and
W. R. Baker, executive agent, have returned from the coast where they accompanied President Shaughnessy on
his trip of inspection. Interviewed by
a Free Press reporter yesterday Manager Whyte discussed the mining industry of British Columbio. Since his
trip lust year he noticed many changes
and reported considerable progress in
the towns of (irand Forks, (ireenwood,
Nelson, Trail, Kossland, and also new
towns that are springing up. At (irand
Forks a new smelter has just commenced
operations ami BOO tons of ore besides
coke are being turned out to start work
and when this has begun twenty cars
per day will he shipped from the place.
The smelter al (ireeuwooil, taking the
ore from the Mother Lode, run by an
American company, is kept very busy.
A smelter  at   Boundary   Falls,   west of
Greenwood, is doing some interesting
work.
The sulphur from the ores has been
utilized as it comes from the Hues and
has been found very useful for fuel.
This is a new development In smelting
ores that will be of no small importance
in cutting down fuel expenses. Such
smelters have been used with great success in Colorado.���Winnipeg Free Press.
THE PET OF A WARSHIP.
Stuck up in a prominant place on the
lower deck of her majesty's ship Bar-
fleur, flagship of Rear Admiral Bruce,
second in command of the Britisli China
Haet, is the portrait of a little Blackburn girl. Just before the Boxer outrages began, a party of her tars were
one day grouped around a messmate
who was reading a paper just received
from home Presently he came upon a
short paragraph which announced that,
a little girl, aged eight, hail   been   lined
PUBLIC
NOTICE
...$25 REWARD
Our machine shops are now complete and we are prepared to do the heaviest clan of work.
Ore can, Ore buckets, shafting, hangers and pulleys.   Pipe work a specialty.   Estimates given
on all classes of work.   Pumpfl always fn stock.
OR THE BEST SUIT OF CLOTHES IN
Rendell & Co.'s Store.
Will be given to ihe individual that can
give information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who insulted the represedtative of
Rendell & Co. on the way to Eholt.
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Call and see us anyway.    We can suit you at any price
you wish and save you 25 per cent.
RENDELL & CO.
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FOR SALE:   One 26 11. P. horizontal engine,
x!2.   One 85 H. P. return tubular boiler.   One
ten shillings by the Blackburn magistrates for riding a toy tricycle on the
pavement. " Let's pay her fine," suggested one of the men, and in a very
few minutes twice the amount required
for this purpose had been subscribed.
The money was sent to the girl's parents, enclosed in a letter expressing the
donor's sympathy with the child.
Great was the parent's surprise when
the unexpected gift reached them. The
money they gave to the war funds, and
sent the kind-hearted sailors a photograph of the little girl. It is this portrait that now graces the Barfleur's
lower deck.���London Chronicle.
CORRRSPONDENCE.
To Greenwood " Herring-backs."
The following article appears in the
Vancouver World:
" Maritime Province Boys���An Association of New Brunswick and Nova
Scotia Boys���A movement is on foot to
form a Maratime Province association
to be composed of natives of New
Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. A small army of '' blue
noses" are now making their homes in
this city, and the city of St. John, it is
claimed, carry off tlie palm for numbers. Nova Scotia has also a goodly
number of her sons and daughters
doing well in Vancouver. His Worship
Mayor Garden is a New Brunswicker
and Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper is a
Nova Scotian. The objects of the association would be to bring closer together the people of those two provinces whose homes are here, and also
to interest them in new arrivals from
tiie provinces by the Atlantic."
The same plan would be an excellent
one for Greenwood. Capitalists of the
Maritime Provinces are heavily interested in several of the Boundary creek
properties and their representatives
occasionally visit our city. Were they
met and entertained by a Maritime
Province association they might be induced to prolong their stay in the district, and after visiting the important
mining properties they might feel inclined upon their return east, to make
favorable representations to their backers, and money now tied up there at
Hljj per cent per annum would be turned
toward British Columbia investments.
I think the idea is a good one and
should a meeting be called by W. (i.
Gaunce or some other prominent Maritime Province man to effect such organization, I have no doubt that it
would he attended with success.
" Hkiiuimi-iiack."
Down in southwestern Missouri a
preacher announced that in the near
future he would discourse on " Hell and
who will go there." The good man has
been somewhat puzzled on receiving
Several letters from parishioners threatening  all   kinds  uf   vengeance if  their
names are mentioned in the forthcoming sermons.
The pulling for the federal election
will he conducted on an entirely different plan to that for the provincial election. The act provides that not more
than 300electors shall record their votes
at one polling subdivision, and that not
more than two voters shall he allowed
in the polling booth at any one time.
This, however, does not refer to the returning oliicer, his clerk, the scrutineers or agents of the candidates. Polling opens at 0 a. m. and closes at 5 p.
m. The above regulations will necessitate a large number of polling booths
and returning officers throughout the
city. In this respect the principle will
he the same as that which prevailed in
the general election of 18(1(1.
,.�� Coal stoves to trade for sunshine.
0. I. C. second-hand store.
Sewing   machines for   rent   or sale.
O. I. C. store.
Barber chairs���a snap.     O.I.C.  second hand store.
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BULBS
FOR FALL
PLANTING %
INDOORS AMD OUTDOORS
JUST KECEIVED KitOM
| STEELE BRIGGS' %
|j CELEBRATED SEED HOUSE 5;
% HYACINTHS single |
I HYACINTHS roman |
TULIPS  SINt.I.E AM. DOUBLE
s.
EASTER LILLIES,
NARCISSUS, FREESIAS |
SNOWDROPS, Etc., Etc       f
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Sold atKastkhn Prices at "���
White's Drug Store I
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Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
STRAYED.
Strayed or stolon from the premises of tbe
undersigned about the -nth day of October,
ni-iir Midway, a roan borse, Muck mane mnl
tail, brand Bon It'll hip, and h white mare mule.
Any person giving Information as to their
whereabouts will be suitably rewarded.
10-18. JOHN A. CAULSON,
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER ADD J0HH HASSE.
Take notico thai I have caused to be done on
tin. Whitf llt.r.st' mineral claim Bituate In Copper camp, in the Kettle river mining division
nf Yule dfstrlot, British Columbia, the work required by section ��4, of the Mineral Acl lor tbe
year which Imn expired, and havo expended
for buoIi work itntl for recording the certificate
thereof tbe sum of fl0-.S0, and iinu If. at Ihe expiration of ninety tiiiys from the date of tin-
Rrsl publication of tlii* notice, you fall ti n-
trlbutoyour proportion of suon expendituee,
namely, the bi ilfas.M each, together with
all coboj of advertising, your Interest In said
mineral claim sKall be liable to forfeiture u>
provided by the "Mineral Acl Amondmonl
Act 1800."
Dated this Brd day of October, i'����>.
II. I.. WOOD,
MILLER BROS.
Expert..
i    Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTERS, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
DEALERS IS
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY
10 H. P. portable engine anil boiler, on skills. Loco. type.   One Moot Pel ton wheel with 600 feet,
8to 16spiral riveted pipe.
Rossland, ���ri*^JL^J?*x��!l
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
Telenhones- \ Vcrnon & Nelson, No. 92.
l elepnones. j Columbiaf Na J29<
W. J. SNODGRASS & SONS, Props.
F. T. ABBOTT, Manager.
THE   BEST   BEER   IX   TOWN   is   MADE   HY   THE
Elkhorn Brewery,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
ASK    FOR
Elkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Klkliorn l.a-
^er Beer contains
���inly pure Malt Mill
Hops.   Try it I
It      Is    kept    ou
Draught or in   But-
lies l>\ all Hie l.ii.d
llg   Hotel:-   ill     tllil-
District.
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, Greenwood, B. C.
LiON BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
|& Miuuil'iiclliii.|s
"0J? All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Solo Agents for THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in Hiitisli Columbia,
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
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Winer.       ���
S2 00AYEARINADVAN0E
IF   YOU   WANT
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME  TO THE   MINES   OFFICE
Wl: USE (iCK)D l>AI>l':l? AMU INK
AMI) CHrTOfiC YOU mi? IT	
ONLY  FIRST CLASS WORKMEN
EMPLOYED
If VOU  WANT CHEAP   .vOHK  SEND
EAST  FOR IT
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Papers
Even our cheapest ]j
goods are dainty ���
and attractive.
The Designs, Colorings
and Decorative effects of
our medium and better
grades are the most beautiful we have ever offered, and must be seen
to be appreciated.
No trouble to show
goods.
SMITH & McRAE
Books, Stationery and
wall Papers.
JUUJLUJUUL
nnd wish them prosperity in  their new
home.
Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in
good owld eoiintrie style at the Merchants Cafe last night, when a crowd of
hoys from the old sod met and exchanged reminiscences of bygone days. We
understand Mr. Kerfoot intends to continue the smokers during the winter
months.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MIMING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Graduate Pennsylvania
College of Dental - -
Surgery -----
Philadelphia, Pa.-   -
A Licentiate of British
Columbia-   -   -   -   -
Thoroughly conversant with tiik Boundary
.... district	
Office with
"(Ireenwood Minor."
Greenwood, B. C,
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Hank of
Commerce.    Hoth 'phones.
Al. Thomas left on Thursday's train
for Toronto.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell building.   'Phone 93, V. & N.
Mrs. .1. ,1. Caulfield arrived hy yesterday's train from Virden, Man.
At. Crowston's stores, Government
street, two hundred cases of varities of
green fruits.
The Knob Hill antl Ironsides are now
shipping (iOO tons of ore daily to the
(irand Forks smelter.
The Alba Heywood company gave two
excellent entertainments here on Tuesday and Wednesday last.
A. A. Crowston's stores, Government
street, for groceries, provisions, produce.   Headquarters for green fruits.
Paul Kauffmann, Greenwood Music
store. Instructions given on piano,
violin, mandolin and guitar.
Geo. R. Naden was furnishing cigars
and liquid refrsehments to all the boys
on Wednesday last.   It is a girl.
R. E. Gosnell, formerly editor of the
Miner, has been appointed secretary of
the provincial bureau of statistics.
. G. A. Rendell of Eholt has been appointed a justice of the peace for Yale
county.   Our sympathy, Judge Rendell.
The Merchants Cafe, Greenwood
street, gives the best cooked meal in
town. Weekly boarders, $(1.00 per
week.
Home-made mince meat, old English
plum pudding and mince pies for
Thanksgiving day at Kerfoot's Merchant Cafe, Greenwood street.
D. A. Cameron of Seattle, Dr. Russell of Spokane, and Scott McRae, R.
Murray and Harry Morgan of Greenwood left this week on a hunting trip
between Boundary creek and the North
Fork.
M. J. Phelan and family left this
morning for Beaverton where they intend to make their home. The many
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Phelan will regret their departure from Greenwood,
Greenwood X Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS ���-=*���
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PLANS FURNISHED AND ESTIMATES MADE.
.. .Jobbing promptly Attended To..,
���o���
Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :
NADEN BLOCK
GREENWOOD
��� .Geenwood Hotel ..
P1CARD & SIMPSON
Proprietors
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
THE   CANADIAN
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Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AOEINCY...
bank of Commerce.
Head Office, TORONTO.
Established 1S67.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
[Six Million Dollare.]
rest $1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager... J. H. Plummer.
0   0   0
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
.TO LET..
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices, lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
...FOR SALE...
���
Well Furnished  Five-
Roomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
f_
Auditorium
Best Furnished
Rooms in the .
City. -=-
GREENWOOD, B. C.
This bank has the largest number of
branches of any bank iii Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
nd Individ- als received on favorable
aterms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travel -
ers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world .
Approved Notes Discounted; Collec-
ions made.
A   general   Banking  business   tran
sacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and  HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
HEATED BY HOT AIR
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: America     Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.
|    Halcyon Hot Springs
Sanitarium
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
....Resident Physician and Nurse..
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
Munro's,
Next Door to
BANNERMAN'S.
COPPER STREET.
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In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.   Two mails arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:   $15 to $is per week according to resi
dence in Hotel or Villas
Raths cure nil nervous and muscular diseases.    Its waters  heal all Kidney.
and Stomach Ailments.   The baths and water eliminate all
metal poisons from the system,
I.ivi
Spokane Falls &
1 Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry.Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood nnd
good for Thirty Days ami obtuimible nil the yenr round is (11.40.
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Two Nights
Only
Commencing
THE IMPERIAL
������..HOTEL..	
BEST APPOINTED HOUSE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms.
Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Coppor and Dcadwo  d Sts., Greenwood, B. C. �����
....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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Agents for the Bullock Diamond Drills
..Monday, October 22..
Coontown!
The Premier
Colored
Organization
Of America.
25 CLEVER COLORED ARTISTS 25
In a Rag Time Operatta
3rd���Successful Season���3rd
VOCALISTS,       DANCERS,
COMEDIANS,     Pretty Girls.
AND
The Black Bostonian
Quartette	
THE   EVENT   OP   THE   SEASON
DONT MISS IT.
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
The only till rail route between all
points East, West and South to ... -
Rossland,
... Nelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
AND	
0. R. & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo hi1!!1 Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Dally for
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
LEAVE, ARRIVE.
0:85 a. m, Spokane 7:10 a. ni.
ll:t(i a. m Rossland (i:00 p. in.
!9:tt0 i. m Nelson  8:00p. m.
Night Train.
9:45 p. m Spokane 7:0.5 a. ra.
]0:ix> p. in Kossland ii::)0a, ra.
H. I
JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
__.
I Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
Bedding:, Etc.   Pictures and  Picture   Frames.
Reserved Seats on Sale at Miller's Drug store.
PRICES 50c. and $1.00.
T. Wl. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Emhalmers.
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