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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 52.
Greenwood, B. C, December 29, 1900.
Per Year, 52.00.
...mnunKmmnnHMn.mi.unn.i
Xmas Presents that
are pleasing, useful :
and ornamental for
the Ladies.
**
SMELTERS NOT READY YET
Rich Strike East of Midway���Ledge
Found on the Bruce���Yellowstone
Group Being Worked.
XMAS
Dersian Lamb, Seal-
ette and Cloth Jackets, Sable, Seal S
Astrachan, *& Mink
and Martin Collarettes
Fancy Slippers, Kid Gloves,
Silk Blouses, Nice Rugs <��
Lovely Portierers, Etc.
Albums, Trays,  Handkerchief Cases, Toilet Cases...
Rendell's  Arcade.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...fyavana Cigars
Kind 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 hill of fragrance.
QUEEN CIGAR CO*,
ORDERS HY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
TIIK  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF TIIK BOUNDARY COUNTRY . .
Clarendon Hotel mock.
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager," '''greenwood,b.c
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Jl lyappy flew
b    Year to all
Our Trknds
and Patrons
P. BURNS & CO.
-Mmmmmmmmwmmmmmmm^.
It Is .not probable that either the
Greenwood or the Boundary Kails smelter will be blown in before the 1st of
March, and all tlie newspaper booming
about tbe smelters being in operation in
two or three weeks is nonsense. One boom
newspaper hikir can do more harm to
to a dfstrict by making misstatements
than ten legitimate journalists can do
good by telling tlie truth. The Greenwood smelter will be in a position to
treat ore from the Mother Lode as soon
as the new machinery is installed and
that mine in shape for continuous shipments The Standard Pyritic smelter
at Boundary Falls will not be ready to
treat ore before the 1st of March.
A rich strike was made tlie past week
on a group of claims about two miles
east of Midway by A. Beck with, the
center of which is the Copper Queen,
owned by Randolph Stuart and others.
The claims on which the strike was
made were originally located as the
I. T. U. and Jig, and lie west of tlie
Copper Queen. The ledge uncovered
by Mr. Beckwitb is of quartz carrying
free gold, and is about two feet in
width. A few years ago very rich specimens of gold-bearing quartz were taken
from the International, a claim south of
Mr. Beokwitb's group and in the United
States.
The report that tho Athelstan mine in
Wellington camp has been sold for
$150,000 is probably not correct. However, the Phoenix Pioneer is authority
for the statement that the deal is about
to be completed for that amount, and
although none of the parties most interested in the rnin appear to know
anything about tlie claim being sold for
that amount, tlie Pioneer may have, for
once, made a correct prognostication.
A ricb strike was made the past week
on the Bruce, a claim about one and
one-half miles west, of Midway. A large
amount of work had previously been
done on the Bruce, and although very
rich ore had been taken out, a solid
body of ore has never been encountered
until the past week. The ledge recently uncovered is over four feet in
width, carrying high  values  in  copper.
VV. .1. Porter returned Thursday from
I Brandon, Man., where he went to consult with some of the  principal stock-
' holders in  the   Brandon  and    (iolden
i Crown   company.      Mr.   Purler states
i that arrangements have  been  made to
i resume development work nn the Golden Grown before spring, when  regular
shipments will be commenced to  the
smelter.
It is rumored that the company operating the Snowshoe mine ill (Ireenwood camp has secured control of the
(ireenwood Electric company, and will
build a tramway from Wellington
camp connecting with the (ireeuwooil
and Boundary Fulls smellers.
Tlie annual general meeting of the
Boundary Creek Mining and Milling
Company, Ltd., will he held at Ihe
ollice  of   the   company,   (Ireenwood, oil
Thursday, January 17, atn p, m., to receive the report of directors aud for the
transaction of other business.
James Smith came down from Long
Lake camp Thursday, where he has had
II contract on the Kthopia. The claim
is looking well, B ledge about 411 feet in
width having been uncovered.
Work has been started on the Yellowstone group in Skylark camp with R,
McCulloch in charge. The money for
development purposes was deposited in
the hank this Meek.
CHRISTMAS.
Christmas holiday   brought   a   large
number  of   miners    from   Deadwood,
Summit,   Phoenix,   Central   and   otlier
camps,     (In   Monday's  train   Ltd  men
| came   in  from  the   B.  ('.   in   Summit
camp, and tlie same day about 200 came
'in  from   Deadwood   camp.     Tuesday
: morning a  number came   down  from
Phoenix and Central camps.     For   a
couple of iliiy-  thoro  was   a   crowded
town lilled with men who  came  to  enjoy themselves nnd they did.
Monday evening tlie London Comedy
company played to a crowded house iu
i the Auditorium. The Miner is nol in a
| position to give a.iy particulars in refer-
'once to the performance of this com
pany, many of whom took part in tlie
church entertainment a few weeks ago.
Tlie same evening both the National
and Ladysmith varitiea played to large
audiences.
On Christmas day a large  number of
I the people attended church in the fore.
noon.     The   ladies    of  the   Methodist
church   served   dinner to  the hungry
i from 12::ill to Tt.'tO iu the Larkins building, and were well patronized, During
the afternoon a number of vocal selections were rendered Tlie W. ('. T. U.
also held a r ption in the same building during the afternoon.
At 1 o'clock II. B. Monroe served
dinner to tlie natives of Pembrooke and
vicinity who are residents of (ireenwood.
In the. evening bachelors of tiie city
were to he found in almost every private
house doing justice to the hospitality of
lady friends. About li o'clock a well
known young man was seen hurrying
along Copper street towards the north
end of town, looking as if lie wanted a
meal and was txiund to get it. Like
most of the bachelors of the mining
camps he is in tlie habit of buying
clothing when needed, and on the coat
worn by this young man was the
placard, $15.00���reduced to $K.5I>. It is
to be hoped lie had finished his dinnei
before the label was shown to him.
Botli varieties were running full
bias', Christmas night. In the National
there was a boxing contest. One of tlie
contestants was declared belter than
tlie other, it don't matter much as to
tlie name of either,
SMITH CURTIS IN TORONTO
Progress and Development of British
Columbia���The Shipments From
the Kootenays.
MASONIC INSTALLATION.
On Thursday evening about sixty
members of tlie Masonic body assembled in tlie temple, (ireenwood, lo take
part in tlie ceremonies attending the
festival of St. John and to assist the
members of tlie local lodge in the installation of ollicers for tlie ensuing
year. After routine business tlie following officers were installed by the retiring W. M, A. 8. Black, assisted by
Past Master (I. F. Williams of Winnipeg: C. Scott Galloway, VV, M.: J. VV,
Grier, 8. W.; VV. (i. MeMynn. J, VV.;
J. P. Flood, treasurer; M. E. Millis.
secretary; Geo, D. Brice. S. I).: Krnest
Nicholson, J. D.; K. M. Klkins, !>. of
C.; Ed. W. Bishop, S. S.; (i. M. Foster,
J'8.; Paul Kauffnian. organist; T. Q.
Butler, tyler.
After the installation ceremonies refreshments were served by K. Kerfoot
in the banquetting room. Tlie usual
toasts were proposed and replied to
Songs were rendered   by Messrs. Miller,
Galloway,   Hemenway  and   MeMynn,
and speeches were made by Messrs.
Galloway, J. A. McDonald, Wood,
Black, J. McKinnon, llntehins. Doyle,
Daugherty, Dr. Keith, Dr. Simmons,
Dr. Foster. Dr. Spankie. Chief McLaren, Coles and Craig.
New Masonic lodges will lie instituted
at Phoenix and at the Mother Lisle
mine in Deadwood camp. Both will
start witli a strong membership,
MIDWAY HOTEL BURNED.
On Friday morning about ii o'clock
the   Midway   hotel,   owned   by   Thomas
McAulay, was destroyed by lire. The
only articles saved from I lie building
were tlie cash register and tlie books. It
is nol known how ihe lire originated,
but it is supposed te have been from the
furnace.    The     building    cosl    iu    tlie
neighborhood of $12,000, and the stock,
furniture, ate., aboil! $7.(khi. The building wns insured for $:t,7oll and the Btock
for $11,500. Mr. McAulay's loss will be
between $12,000 and $16,000.
ON THE FIRING LINE.
The Hon. Smith Curtis of Russlahd.
who was minister of mines in tlie Martin government. is visiting in the city.
Mr. Curtis is one of tlie leading men in
public life if Britisli Columbia, and has
a thorough grasp of the situation in the
province, ami especially of the facts relating to its industrial development. To
a reporter of the Globe yesterday Mr.
Curtis said :
" In Rossland the mining outlook is
most encouraging. Nearly a dozen
mines are shipping, and several others
are being rapidly developed. Ontario
iu recent years lias made great strides
in mining, lint let me tell you the value
of Rossland's ore output this year is
about two and a half times that of tlie
whole of Ontario. Tlie B aindary and
the silver-lead districts ol the Kootenay
are making records this year iu ore production. Tlie old smellers are ail being
enlarged, and several new smelters are
being built or projected, In spite of tlie
large increase in coke ovens at Fernie
tlie supply of coke is inadequate for tlie
smelter demand.
TOWNS  SI'HlNUINO   CI'.
Since tlie construction of the C. P. R.
into tlie Boundary country a lew years
ago the towns there have shown great
growth. Craml Forks, two years ago,
had 200 or H00 people : it now has 2,00(1.
Greenwood had BOO or 700, and now lias
about it.IKK). Phoenix a year ago had
2511, and now lias 1,500 and daily ore
shipments ol 700 Ions, and these will be
trebled within a   year.     It   looks  as  if
Phoenix may become a second Rossland.
Tlie coast is just beginning to awaken to
its great possibilities in mining. The
Britisli group, IH miles north of Van
couver city, lias an enormous deposit of
low-grade copper ore, which iu one
place rises in a hill 20(1 feet high, all
ore. estimated to lie worth $10,000,000
$15,000,000, This property is under
option to an Kuglish syndic.ite. Lillooet
and Chilliwack districts are showing
some wonderfully rich free-milling
propositions. Back from the coast, jusl
over the Cascade range, the Similka-
meen and Keremeos districts are likely
to prove the richest mineral regions ol
Southern Britisli Columbia, and require
hut railway facilities lo taken front rank
as producing regions.
Till: COAST  RAILWAY,
"Tbe  direct   I'oast-Kootenay railway
will tap this region, and   Hon.   Mr.   Sifton stated   recently  at   Vai over thai
tlie federal government would sec that
it was constructed, and tlie inception of
this necessary work will doubtless follow in a few months. It is understood
that, the Dunsmuir government is
anxious to see the mad built, ar.d will
probably aid it. 1 should not be surprised if Messrs. Mackenzie ,v Mann
liuilt it, as they control a charter covering the territory, and ii i�� said are willing to begin the moment the aid thev
, ask is given.
"Take the Atlin region. In |8flH Ibis
j absolutely new dislriet paid in mining
j fees lo the local government $1 Kl.lKHi, or
one-ninth ol   Ihe   rove ���   ithich   the
province    derives      urwu      provincial
��. iirccs,     It   i-   remote   and   uuh	
transportation facilities.      VV'llUII  it   hu>.
these, ii will be a r rd-hreaknr i p
per and fr milling '.'..Id ores, ii|��u  In
hydraulic mining,���Toronto (Ilobe,
Ladies of Canada:
.Side by side Stood Canada's noble sons
witii the best brawn of Ceylon and India
in the recent   unpleasantness.    The slogan was  " help  one  another,"  and   no
Inspector Chile of the custom- department   paid   a visit   t..   ii.e   Greenwood
ollice a couple of weeks ago, and as a r. ���
suit of his visit wired the department HI
I one forgot the watchword.   Yon, ladies I Ottawa for an   assistant   to   Mr,   Me-
of Canada, have the power to wage a re- Cutoheon, as the business  done   hem
lenlless warfare on the impure teas that I was too great for one roan  to intend  to.
come into your homes from China and On Mondav last  VV. 8. Keith received a
Japan, and at the same time assist your   telegram from W.    \.  Galliher
brother colonists who produce   the pure   t|mt ,)(. ,.���., r,.(.viyvi]   ���
Cevlon   and   India  teas.     II   vou   drink   ,,,, ,      ,
I lie new member for   ^
Japan tea, try Sala.la, Monsoon or Blue
Ribbon packets of Ceylon and India
(ireen teas.���Colonist.
Following registered al the Imperial
hotel this week: VV. II. Norris, Mid-
wav; Geo. Riter, VV. II. Fisher, Copper
camp: Duncan Mcintosh and wife,city;
VV. K. Uveal}', Grand Forks: I). S. Barton. Tims. Hardy, s. J. Dohie. Phoenix;
R, McCulloch, Spokane; 11. R. Swan.
Sandon:    I.     l.cRau.    Nelson:    George
Dougherty and wife, Deadwood.
James Kerr returned   from   th nist
Monday,  after  attending     ting  of
Hood Itoads association.
tat ing
appointment.
-Cariboo has
started off in the right direction. Mr.
Keith was the choi i the local Liberal associaiion for the position, and
Mr. Galliher acted on ibis recommendation, This is an indication thai Mr.
Galliher intends to consult his constituents in all matters affect in-., ihem. II
he carrie- mil this policy neither the
members of the Liberal party nor the
public generally will regret his election.
Tlie appointment of Mr, Keith is a good
one, and he "ill make an able assistant to Mr.  MeCiitcl i,  u ho is, we I	
lievc. the no-t   courteins   and   obliging
customs official in British Columbia, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood, B. C.
BAUER St
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A.   b.   ASnCrOTt, Representative.
KI.OOD-NADK.N BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
il. A Ht'JWS, jl. A, ll. A. OOMS, M. A.
GUESS BROS.,
mining engineers, greehwood.
Assay, An.u.yskh, Rkhobts,
Cya.vidk Lkachinu.    Amalgamation
AND CoXCKNTKATlOX   TbSTS.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MINING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURBISHED.
THoitorjriHi.Y Conversant with tiik Boi-ndarv
.... DlRTRICT	
"Uroonwood Miner." I    Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October is, malls will
iirrive mnl be dispatched us follows: Mails
close for nil points eMsi ami west at t ::in p. m.
ARKIVK, CLOSE.
Phoenix 1 ::in p. m i mo |}. m.
Anaconda 1 :S0 p, in ] :anp. m.
. Head wood 8:80 a, m 8:80 a. in.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnnlng at (ireeuwooil,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   BATES.
Domestic, One  Year $2.00
Six Months $1,00
Foreign, One Year $2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on applieation.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices in and s cents per line.
the smelter industry on this side of tin;
line. The signs point to additional
smelter capacity being provided during
the coming year, making us partially
independent of the Americans; also,
that tne Dominion government will take
an active part in encouraging the young
industry, Canadians are not the inferiors of the Americans in executive
ability, but they lack the confidence
acquired by our neighbors in tackling
pioneer problems. Tlie national feeling
in Canada is growing and tlie people
are gradually awakening to a realization
of the unrivalled and diversified natural
wealth of loe Dominion.���Slocan Drill.
Diamond Rings
Diamond
..Brooches..
Pearl Brooches
Pearl Rings
Plain Rings
Watches
Fancy Clocks
A. F. ��& A. M.
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS..
ON DISPLAY
Tiik Phoenix Pioneer now calls the
residents of thai town I'lionicians.
While tlie new name may not lie phiio-
logically correct, it is more euphonious
than I'hoenixites.
During the past week Dr. Jakes'committee report active work in tlie several
divisions of the city, and have no doubt
as to the result.
Special   Christmas   and New  Year's I
dinners at the Gem   Restaurant.    Open
day and nigh.t
Silverware,
Sterling
Silverware,
Plated
Silverware, Flat
Cut Glass
Perfumes
Atomizers
Leather Goods
|    GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M.,
I (3. II. Ii. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday In
: each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. J!        R. p, COATES, Secy.
W. R. OP M.
WKSTEBN FEDERATION OF M1NERS-
The Greenwood Branch of tbe Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:110  p. in. every Saturday evening.
M. II. KANE, Secretary.
AT,
.Miller Bros.
SOUVENIR QUEENSWARE
K. OF F>.
Plain Engraving Free of Charge
THE    BEST    BEER   IN   TOWN    IS    MADE    BY    TIIK
Elkhorn Brewery,
t The Devel=
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
opineiit  of our trade is
result of right goods :tt
the
* Right Prices.
We have just added to our
already large stock n fine
assortment of	
Xmas Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
��l ASK
|��lkhorn
li Lager
Deer.
FOR
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 29. 190(1.
In the Greenwood Times of tlie 20th
inst. appears an article over the signature " Municipal Ratepoyer," in which
is tlie following: "As you are an aspirant for chief magistrate of this city, and
apparently very conversant with the
duties of the present civic administration, can you inform me tlie names of
the aldermen who constitute the cemetery committee. My reason for asking
is because I desire to draw attention to
the fact. 'That in all common charity' it
is their duty to see that some protection
(in the shape of a log fence at least)
should be constructed around that portion of the cemetery in which is supposed to he laid the remains of those unfortunates which the pale of civilization
debars the privileges of consecrated sest.
1 observe in that plot an unfortunate
mound under the sod of which rests a
fallen woman, and over which dogs,
cattle and wild beasts may roam at will,
and I would suggest, that as the city
pays for the services of a caretaker, lie
be instructed to remedy tlie negligence."
The foregoing is on a line witli the arguments that have been used against, Ihe
city council for the past two years. If
the anonymous writer in tlie Times had
taken the trouble to make Inquiries, lie,
or she, or it would have ascertained that
(lie unfenced portion of the cemetery
had been allotted to the Roman Catholic
and i lie Episcopalian churches, and that
a "fallen woman" had not been buried
in either plot. There are two graves
outside the fenced portion of tlie cemetery, one in tlie Roman Catholic and
the otlier in the Episcopalian plot. In
the former a Frenchman who died at
Eholt is buried, and in tlie latter a
child. Around both plots a temporary
fence of logs was built until such time
as the churches were in a position to
build a permanent one. As a rule very
little attention is paid to anonymous
correspondents, for the man who is
sincere in his desire to benefit tlie public will not be ashamed to express
opinions over his own signature. The
writer in the Times is either ignorant
of tlie question, or has wilfully misrepresented in order to make political
capital.
Tiik American smelting combine is
doing the one thing believers in Canada would have them do. They are trying a freeze-out game on 11. C. ores, a
step that is well calculated to develop
Over 500 lbs, of Candies in our
last shipment.    Chocolates,
Creams and other toothsome
dainties that the ladies love.
See our stock of Xmas Cards.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Klkhorn Lager Beer contains
.'inly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It In kept on
I iraUgbt or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
i /-JBEENWOOD LODGE NO. 29, K. OF I'., meets
���' every Wednesday evening al 7:80 In the Masonic hull, Greenwood,    Sojourning brethren
cordially Invited.    .1. II. MACFARLANE, C. C,
EI). BIRNIE, K.R. AS.
i
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B.C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Ih now located on (ireenwood street
Copper Street,
Greenwood.
I H. B. MONROE I
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Cable Address  "Maori." Code   " Moreing _ Heal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercanti'e
...AQEINCV,.-
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
'\x*
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tr-
do correct, work.
Ladies' Fashionable
Store.
:g Christmas has Gone and ��k auk
���S Stii.i. IIkbk and ������� WISH voc AI.I.
3 a Happy New Year	
<r>
Anyone wishing to get something
nice, for their friends for New
Year's it will pay tkem to call and
see our goods before buying elsewhere	
Everything at Rock Bottom
Prices,
...TO LET...
���
BUILDING Suitable for
Stores or offices. Lot oa
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
...FOR SALE.
Well Famished Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMEHT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
The gem restaurant
'^ LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
9 Lunches Put Up. **
2 Meals at All Hours.
V	
Canadian
��� ...Pacific
And Soo Line
Firsl-ehiss sleepers en all Irains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
<C^     Landing
TOURIST CARS
'ass Dunmoro Junction dally fm- st. Paul, Saturdays inr Montreal and Boston. Mondays
and   Thursdays for Toronto.   Samo cars
puss Revelstoke one day curlier.
A PO NTER
For your Eastern trip, is to see that your
ticket roads via
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Ladies, do not forget this in the
Millinery Department as well. ;.
G. R Williams'   |
The Up-to-Date Store 2   '
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= "   WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING �� "V
...OR ANYTHING.
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON, I
Proprietors,
Headquarters for Miners.
OIC
The New and Secondhand Store
DKPAHT,
WM i For Rosslandj Nelson, Kaslo, San-
Ex. Bun, i don, tiic, and nil oastern points via
Crows N'csi route, connecting at
West Robson for Nakusp, Revelstoke, Main Hue and Pacinc Coast.
l"i;i."i    i  Fur Midway, where stage connec-
Kx. sun. \ tion is made for Rock Creek, Camp
McKinney mnl Colville reservation
points,
For (inn
rail nil nl'
llll.lt'
ildrtw
K. !{. RKDPATII.
Agent, Greenwood,
nl   full   iniormiith
���nl agent, or
.1. covi.K,
(i, P. A., Vane
A.  L.
NOTICE.
N'
OTICK is MKRKBV UIVKN thai  applica-
tion will be niMilr in the legislature of the
Provln if British Columbia al it- noxl
session tor an ad to Incorporate an association
to be known as the 'Tim British Columbia
Mining Association," tho said association
being i"Umini for ihr following purposes,
namely: First, to promote tin* arts and science*
connected with th lOnoinlcal production of
valuable minerals ami metals by monns of
meetings for the reading mnl discussion of
practical papers em) tin- subsequeiil distribution of such Information as may be gained
through the medium ol publication.  Second
tl Htablisbmoni of   a   central   reference
library and a headqiiartors for ihe purpose of
this organisation, Third, to take concerted
action upon such matters as affect tho mining
and metallurgical Industries of the Province of
Hritish Columbia, and to encourage and promote these industries by all lawful ami honorable means.
Dated at Rossland, B, C, Decembor 15, won.
DALY ,_ HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
WHITE A. CO.
3    V. & N. PHONE 106. GREENWOOD STREET.
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LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD und GRAHD FORKS,
All Kinds of Carbonated Beverages,
Manufactur
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Tli.' Union Browory in liriiich < oluinbln,
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
MINEEAI ACT.
TO LOUIS METER AND JOHN HASSE.
Take notice tliat 1 have caused (o la' done nil
the White Horse mineral claim situate in Copper enmp, in tlie Kettle river mining division
of Vale district, Hriiish Columbia, the work required by suction a4, of (he Mineral Ad for (he
year which has expired, and have expended
for such work and for recording (he certificate
thereof I he sum of $102.50, ami that if. ut the expiration of ninety days from the date of the
tirsi publication of this notice, you fail lo eon-
tribute your proportion of such expenditnee,
namely, the sum of (26.62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest in said
mineral claim sEall he liable to Forfeiture as
provided   by  the   " .Mineral   Ael  Amendment
Act 1900."
Dated this :'.rd dav of October, 1IKKI.
XX. I.. Will ll I.
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Established 1886.
Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
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DAWSON, W. T
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
IRON^STEELi GLASS, OILS,
H A R O W^ A R F_ PAINTS? mTtalIT STOVES
* ii ^'\t/  t t  J -*y__, TINWARE, GUNS, ETC,
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc.
AGENTS FOR
i Giant Powder Co.,
[��� Fairbanks Scales
' Bennett's Bnglish Fuse
Majestic Steel Ranges
Canton Mining Steel
Spooner's Copperine
Registered Trademark "SUNSET."
PLUTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining Division
of Yule District. Where located���111 Dead-
wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
claim.
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnson, as
agenl for.M. M. Welch, free miner's certificate
No. IIH.IHII, John P. Anderson, free miner's cer
lilieale No. irill.707. and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certificate No, BA8.297, Intend, sixty
ays from tbe date hereof, to apply to tho Mining
Recorder for a certificate ol improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown Kraut of the
above claim.
And further lake notice  that action   under
section  87,   must be commenced   before   the
issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Muled at (Ireenwood, II. ('., December 20, 1000.
51-9 SYDNEY M. JOHNSON, THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
I?
SWISS RAILROADS.
They have a very crude and oppresive
way of handling the railroad business in
Switzerland. About two yearn ago the
government bought, the entire railroad
system of the nation and proceeded to
show what it could do. After increasing
the wages, reducing the hours of em-
pi oyees, and reducing the tariff to one-
third of its former rate on both freight
and passengers, the officials were not
satisfied and put in a system of season
tickets by buying one of which for $I(i
you can ride on any railroad in the nation as often as you please, as long as
you please and at any time within its
1 imit that you please. Did you ever
hear of such oppression? Was tyranny
ever more tyrannous? How thankful we
should be that we live in a free country
where we have to pay three cents a mile
to travel, have to use the ticket on the
day of purchase or lose it, where we
have to sign our name and prove our
identity to every conductor, where we
are looked upon with suspicion whenever we present a coupon ticket for fear
we have patronized a scalper. And what
is worse, the government of Switzerland
receives enough returns to pay the interest on $100,000 a mile which it paid
for the railroads, and is laying by a sinking fund that will wipe out the debt in
fifty years.���Appeal te Reason.
Crowston's Stores, Government street,
headquarters for all varieties of Green
Fruits.
THE CARELESS ORATOR.
An orator in Missouri got off the following: " We live in the land of high
mountains and high taxes, low wages,
big crooked rivers and crooked statesmen, big lakes and big strikes, big
drunks and big pumpkins, big men with
pumpkin heads, silver streams that
gambol in the mountains, and pious
politicians that gamble in the night,
roaring cataracts and roaring orators,
fast horses and fast, young men, sharp
lawyers, sharp financiers and sharp-
nosed gossips, fertile plains that lie like
sheets os water and thousands of newspapers that lielike thunder,"-Argonaut.
Two barber chairs���we have them at
the O I C.
THE CYNIC.
An old man is content with a living,
a youns man wants a fortune.
It is becoming the custom to sue
somebody or something when a man
dies in order to show proper grief.
After a man has been married to a
woman twenty years he still thinks he
is fooling her.
You are having good luck enough if
your friends never hear the mean things
you say about them.
The preachers are not keeping up
with the times or they would call themselves "demonstrators" of religion.
When a girl reaches Hi, her parents,
without going through the formality of
a vote, make her the head of the family.
When a man doesn't go home to see
his mother and sisters as often as he
should, they say that his wife has
poisoned his mind."
Choice Turkeys arriving daily at
Crowston's stores, Government street.
SCOTCH TERSENESS AND THRIFT
In a dull Scottish village on a dull
morning one neighbor called upon another. He was met at the door by his
friend's wife, and the conversation
went thus:
Oauld?
Aye.
Ilaen to be weety. I think.
Aye.
Is .lohn In?
lib, aye; he's in.
Can I see him?
No.
Hut I wanted to see him.''
Aye; but you cnniia see him. John's
deld.
Dei.l?
Aye.
Sudden'.'
'    Aye.
Very sudden?
Very sudden.
Did he say oiiylhing about a pot of
green paint before he deld���Anecdote
by Ian  Mnchiren.
for a good meal try the Gem Restaurant, Werner & Pittock, proprietors,
Copper street.
THE HOLLOW SQUARE.
Ladies of Canada:
The hollow square, a purely Hritish
military tactic, was never broken but
once. Why ? Because Tommy Atkins
from Canada and Tommy Atkins from
all other Britisli possessions stand solidly
together. The lesson is, that in a commercial way also, the colonies should
stand firmly together, and the ladies of
Canada���the purchasing power���can (lo
much toward accomplishing that end.
Ceylon and India produce the finest
teas. Hy using the teas grown in sister
colonies, ladies act patriotically. These
teas appeal to you from sentiment, from
purity, from economy���in every way
they are superior to Japan or Chinas.
Drinkers of (ireen tea should try Monsoon, Salada or Blue Ribbon packets.
We have everything in the market lor
the holiday trade.   Gem Restaurant.
$85 for if-lii���Five-piece parlor set, almost new, at O I C second hand store.
MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901.
To the Electors of the Municipality of thr
City of Greenwood.
Ladee ��� and Gentlemen :���I am a candidate for the office of mayor at the approaching municipal election, and respectfully solicit your votes and influence
During the campaign I will have opportunities of explaining my views at
length. Briefly stated, I am in favor of
the following:
The present state of city finances and
the stringency of the money market
make it impossible to enunciate a well
defined policy of public improvements.
An adequate system of waterworks is
necessary and also some suitable plan
of sewering the city, hut these and other
improvements must be deferred until
thecity is in a better financial position.
I confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, Ihe finances of
the city can be placed upon such a sound
footing that necessary public works can
be constructed without placing excessive
burdens upon the present taxpayers.
The credit of the city must be restored
and maintained. Litigation should be
avoided, and I am in favor of an amicable settlement with those who have
just claims against the corporation.
If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural
advantage, the city must be brought
into the closest touch with the surrounding mining camps. During 1901
every effort should be made to secure
the construction of the tramway without
imposing additional burdens on the
ratepayers beyond those to which they
are already pledged.
The strength of every city, particularly one situated in the heart of a mining district, lies in its workingmen and
its future depends upon them. I am in
favor of recognizing their claims to
proper protection. I believe eight hours
should constitute a legal day's work
and this principle should he adopted by
the municipality. Generally speaking,
I am in favor of municipal work being
carried on by day labor, but in the event
of contract work being necessary, I
.would insist that contractors should
pay the current wage.
I am opposed to the employment of
Chinese and the encouragement of Chinese immigration and any power granted
to the corporation bv the .Municipal
Clauses Act. should be exercised to the
fullest extent, in restricting their employment in the city.
The mayor's time should be devoted
to the work of the city. I am not rich
enough to do this without compensation
and if elected will expect a sufficient
sum to properly represent the city without loss to myself.
The first of each year estimates should
be prepared giving each section of the
city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should be religiously followed.
1 am your obedient servant,
Duncan Ross.
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Apply 10
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Hox li7f. I'. (1. Nelson, B. C.
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all mil route between nil
points Eftat, West and south to ... .
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For information concerning
Terms and Prices, Apply to
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(Room 7, Rendell block,
GREENWOOD.
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Halcyon Hot Springs
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
Sanitarium
..Resident Physician and Nurse.
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
P-OE instruction on the
��� Violin, Piano, Mando
lin, etc., see Prof. Kanff-
miiiin.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "m.' Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at BOBBburg
Stage Daily for
GRAND FORKS and GREENWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Followsj
Leave Spokane 10:46 p. in j
Leave Northport 5:60 a. m
Arrive Rossland  7::uia. m
Leave Rossland 11:00 p. m
Leave Northport 12:46a. in .
Arrive Spokane  7:08 a. in j
(Trains N'os. 88 and 84 night train.
H. A. JACKSON,
Gen. Pass. Agent
In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.    Two mails arrive and
depart every day.   TERMS:   $15 to $18 per week according to residence in Hotel or Villas o
Its Haths cure all nervous and muscular diseases     Its waters  heal all Ktdni
and Stomach Ailments.   The baths and water eliminate all
metal poiBons from the system.
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Liver    5; ���
^     JMF*The prico of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood nnd    llal< \>>n    ��
55 good fof Thirty "ays and obtainable all tbe year round Is {11.40, ";t
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$2.00 A YEAR IN ADVANOE
ir you want:ih
HALF PRICE
Clothing Sale Now
Going On.
...am
z Desiring to turn a portion of our Clothing Stock
: into Ready Cash, we have decided to sell for a
1 Limited Time	
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J    Any Suit in the Store for One-Half
...the Marked Price...
Letter Heads
Bill Heads
Note Heads
Statements
Business Cards
Programmes
Time Sheets
By-Laws
Dodgers
Posters, Etc.
COME  TO  THE   MINER  OTEICE
Wl! UN: <iO<)l> IMI>I:I�� AMI) INK
,UII> ( IIAINil: VOU lol> II	
I     J. F. RODGERS,
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ONLY   FIRST  C-ASS  WORKMEN
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wagon road    mXL.
In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek enmp, situated on the main
and location line of the C. cc W. railway, half way between Keremeos and Princeton.
Town Lots Now on the Market
Inside Lots #75, Corner Lots $100.    Size of Lots on   business  streets 25   x   roo  feet   and   25  x   [.JO feet; on J* ���
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in three and six months at 10 per cent interest per ____(_'
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to *T'
H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C. FRANK BAILEY & CO., Jr X*
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
4>
Smith  & McRae   will  be
Open all day and evening
on Sunday and Christmas
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You are still in time to
get just what you
require in    .    .    .
CHRISTMAS
PRESENTS
At Prices that are
Right.
Our   stock  was   and
still is large.
Open Sunday the 23rd
and Christmas Day
..SMITH & McRAE..
Headquarters for  the  Boundary   in
Christmas Goods.
A HOLIDAY " POME."
The world swings round ami round
(I.iko h politician looking for thu hi bur vute)
And brings again ihi' festive season,
For no apparent, valid reason,
Itui lo give each foul h ohanoe to bo a goat.
Tin? poor man does tin* trick with rye
Of doubtful ftge, but awful strength ;
He builds a phantom paradise
Thai fades nnd melts away at length,
The codfish plutoerat aiiects
Expensive wine and clear champagne,
And reaches just the same result-
All aching head, a fuddled brain.
Now pause ye wise of each degree,
And lisl to my philosophy:
A fool may dress in eostly garb
Or wear a denim coat;
The actions of the man proclaim
His likeness to (lie gnat.
( ���The Man with the Hue.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Write   it   1901
W. L. Hogg of Montreal is in tlie city.
Japanese Oranges at Crowston's
Stores, Government street.
Coal cookers and heaters���will trade
for your stove or any old tiling at 0 I C
store.	
For spring beds, feather beds; springs
that are not sprung and beds tliat will
not spring, see us at the 0 I C store.
There will be a turkey shoot on Government street, near tbe B. C. assay
office, Monday next, commencing at
1:30 sharp.    Nobody barred.
Police Magistrate Hallett will be in
the city ball Thursday, January 9th, 'it
2 p. m., for the purpose of adding names
improperly omitted from tbe city list.
There will be a general meeting of the
supporters of Dr. Jakes in thaeonimittee
rooms tbis evening at 8 o'clock. All
persons desirous of seeing a united
Greenwood are requested to be present.
C. M. ('rouse, editor of tlie Midway
Advance, went, east a couple of weeks
ago to visit friends in the canned-tomato
belt. Ha will be married New Year's
day to Miss Ada Frank at Stralbroy,
Out. Tlie Miner wishes Mr. and Mrs.
('rouse a long and happy married life.
(i. N.T. Hill of tlie Canadian Hank
of Commerce here, left yesterday for
Kamloops to take the position of accountant there. Mr. Hill lias been a
resident of I Ireenwood for nearly two
years, and tbe many friends be lias
made here   by   bis  courtesy   in  dealing
with tbe public will wish liim continued
prosperity and promotion.
Horn to Mr. and Mrs. K Woolrich,
on Sunday the 3rd inst., a dangbter.
Tbe weather changes, so do prices.
See us for tbe lowest. O I C, secondhand sUire.
James F. Cunningham, one of the
principal property owners of Summit
camp, left, tbe past week for a visit to
Tamaqua, Pa. He will spend the
winter there.
On Thursday evening, January 3, W.
M. Law, 1). I). II. M., will install the
ollicers of (irand Forks lodge, I. 0. 0. K.
and on the following Tuesday he will
install the ollicers of (ireenwood   lo lu'e.
CASH SYSTEM.
It is an old cuBtom among all classes
the world over for people to make new
resolutions at the beginning of each
new year, and we like many others,
have decided to make a few new resolutions which we will leave to the public
to judge if we keep. We believe the
general credit system to be unfair to all
people who pay cash for what they purchase, as they have not only to pay for
what they purchase themselves, but
also a margin sufficient to cover losses
caused by their neighbors who fail to
pay; also, all other expenses entailed by
doing a credit business from which they
derive no benefit. Therefore, we have
Ibis day made the following resolutions:
First���Resolved, that we sell all goods
lor cash only.
Second���Resolved, that we sell good
goods for less money than our competitors who sell on the credit system, and
in that way give our trade the benefit of
a strictly cash system.
NOTE  REDUCED  PBICES,
Tomatoes, per can      15c
Reims, per can      loe
Corn, per can      16c
Peas, per can      Ific
Cream, per can       15c
Flour, Hungarian, per sack  $1.(10
Flour, Gold Drop, per sack     1,40
Coal oil, per can    2.00
Canned salmon, per can      16c
Sugar, 12 lbs. for     1,00
And all other goods at a proportionate
reduction. Call and get our new price
list. BANNERMAN BEOS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
flow is Your Eyesight?
.1. W. O'Brien returned the past week
from a business trip to SI.   Paul. Minn.
On Wednesday evening, January 2,
the ollicers of (ireenwood lodge No. 29.
K. of P., will be installed by Duncan
Smith. D. D. (', C.
A. W. and Mrs. Strickland returned
Monday from their honeymoon trip to
coast cities.   Thev  will   reside on Kim-
j berley avenue.
Edward Jack, the  Indian  who murdered Antolne   near Penticton   a   lew
j weeks ago, gave himself up to Thomas
! Ellis of Penticton this week.
Miss Alice Carter,   in  charge of the'
Columbia Telephone  office  in  (ireenwood, spent Christmas with  friends in
(irand Forks.
THE   CANADIAN
I have added to the equipment of my dental office an
apparatus for the administra-
tion 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
uei i-e.
Dr. R. Mathison
Both 'Phones,       Greenwood.
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $6,000,000
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Head Office, TOROKTO.
! President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
; General Manager B. E. Walker.
: Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Pldmmkp..
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED...
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CHRISTMAS
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
j papable at any banking point in the
. world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manarer
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
i    NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
1 heretofore subsisting between us, tho under-
: signed, us butchers nnd meat vendors Ht Camp
McKinney, B. C, has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent.   All debts owing to said
partnership nre   to   be  paid   to  Frederic   \V.
Bwlnburn at ('amp MeKinney aforesaid, and
[ all claims against tho said partnership nre  lo
j be presented to the said Frederic \V. Swinburn,
by whom the same will be settled.
'    Dated nt Greenwood, B. C, this 14th day of
j December, A. I). 1900.
i Witness J, P. FLOOD.
I       J. R. BROWN. F. W. SWINBURN
I   have   made   arrangement,   with
J. C. LANNERBERO.
the Eye Specialist of Rossland, ll. C, to
remain with me for some weeks. People with defective eyesight should not
miss this opportunity.
There are many ailments due to defective eyesight, and many people, suffer
through life with headache and nervousness when relief can, in nearly all eases,
be received by wearing a properly fitted
pair of glasses.
Some people object strenuously to the
wearing of glasses, especially by children, and express their fear that "if
they once begin to wear them they are I
afraid they can never leave them off
again." To fight, against the assistance
which art may supply in this direction
is absurd. Why should not thev be
worn through life, if by their aid discomfort is removed and sight preserved,
while through their lack, vision is indistinct, eye-pains or headache prevail,and
the tendency is toward the destruction
of the eye When the eyes feel tired
through overwork a pair of glasses prop-
erly fitted will give instant relief, and
such glasses in many cases need to be
worn for only  a  few" months,   and  tlie
benefit experienced will more than pay
for any imaginary discomfort from wearing glasses.
With twenty years' experience In cor-
recting chronic eye trouble, he feels well
able to give the very best of satisfaction
in  the   work,  and   when   no aid can he
Igars! Cigars! Cigars!
We particularly recommend as a nice
CHRISTMAS GIFT a box of
Cigars. As an instance we suggest
a Box of 25
FLOR De MELBA CIGARS
Husbands! Wives! Sweethearts and Children!
We have Candy for all these. Our
Candy ranges from 50 to 75c. per lb.
Try a box of Christmas Crackers���
they are an ornament to the Christmas
Tree and furnish enjoyment to old
and young.-=^_2^r_r:=-^
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CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS ���=7
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PLANS FURBISHED AHD ESTIMATES MADE.
...Jobbing Promptly Attkm>ki> To..,
-o���
Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
'SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
...JNGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
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AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   Ififfftfi&gM
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sta., Greenwood, B. C.
i 1
I had  iu   restoring
j truthfully say so.
Consultation I'ree.
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lost   vision   he    will i
All work guaranteed,
Wihtk, Druggist,
Copper si reel.
FURNITURE, CARPETS
*
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods  1
Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
Leather Portfolios, Purses, |
Albums, Poets, Bibles, g
Prayer Books, Birthday j
Books and all kinds of |
Novelties suitable for 5;
1 Xmas presents can be se- |
'" cured at REASONABLE |
PRICES from I
L. COLES
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T. M GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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