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 The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
Vol. II. No. 40.
Greenwood, B. C, Friday, October 5, 1900.
Per Year, $2.00.
THE CITY  COUNCIL
The Rendell Case Finally Settled by Resolution.
THE    SIDEWALK   TO    REMAIN
Present Council Will Not Lower the
Grade   Opposite   Rendell & Co.
Block���Reserve Right to Do So.
There were present at the city council Monday night Aldermen Banner-
man, Cropley, Galloway, Sullivan and
Sutherland, with Alderman Sutherland
acting mayor.
Communications were read from W.
J. Kirkwood, stating that there should
be three street lights on Kimberly
street, one on block 11, and one each at
the corner of Ida and Louise streets, and
stated that he would be willing to pay
for a light at the corner of Ida street if
the council would put in a lamp; also,
he would like grade established on Ida
street between Church and Kimberly.
Referred to fire ond light committee.
Kenneth McKenzie, stating that he
was unable to find the corner posts on
lot 15, block 11, on Kimberly street, they
having been removed while improvements were made last season. Referred
to street committee.
From Rendell & Co���" We presume
that no attempt will be made to lower
the sidewalk in front of our building on
Copper street, for the winter at lea6t.
Ahy such lowering would seriously injure us with reference to our furnace.
We would feel more secure if your honorable body will put through a resolution to this effect."
Moved by Alderman Galloway, seconded by Alderman Bannerman, that
the corporation reserves the right to
place a sidewalk in front of lots 10 and
11. block 13, lo grade, but will not interfere with existing sidewalk during term
of present council.    Carried.
From Rendell oi Co: "With reference to your offer to pay us $5,000 in
full settlement of the judgment recovered by us against the city of Greenwood, we beg to say that we will accept
your offer, said sum, with interest, to
be paid within six months and to be secured by agreement, discontinuing ap
peal, admitting indebtedness and promising to pay same and giving a prom-
isory note as collateral security.
It was moved by Alderman Galloway,
seconded   by    Alderman   Bannerman,
Whereas, George Arthur Rendell
and Ralph Smailes have recovered judgment against the city of Greenwood for
the sum of $(>,500 and costs, and the
city of Greenwood has appealed from
said judgment, which said appeal is
now pending;
And Whereas, It has been agreed
between the said Rendell and Smailes
and the said city that the said city
should pay Rendell and Smailes $5,000
in full settlement of said judgment
within nine months from the date
hereof, with interest at 7 per cent until
paid, and should discontinue the said
appeal;
Be it Therefore Resolved, That the
mayor and city clerk execute a proper
agreement, under the seal of the corporation, with RendeU and Smailes, embodying such agreement and acknowledging suoh indebtedness of $.-1.0011 and
interest, and agreeing to pay same
within nine months, and such promts-
ory notes as may he deemed advisable
ascollateral security, and that the mayor
and city clerk he and arc hereby au-
tworlssed to sign such notes or any renewal thereof.   Carried,
From ,1. M. Cropley, reporting work
done on cemetery grounds.
The resolution at last meeting of
council in reference to collection of dog
tax, was rescinded on motion of Alderman Sullivan, seconded by Alderman
Cropley.
The fire and light committee reported
having instructed F. Wilson to paint
roof of the city hall at a cost of $27.
On motion $25 was ordered paid the
city clerk for office expenses. Council
adjourned.
WERNER--NETZ.
C. L. Werner,  of  Pittock  &   Werner,
returned hist night from  a visit  to  his
old home in   Hanover,  Kansas,  and  is
receiving   the   congratulations   of   his!
friends today, in which the Miner joins.
The following taken from a Washington
(Kansas) paper will explain itself:
At the Evangelical parsonage, this
city, September 18, by Rer. W. F.
Schnerman, Mr. Conrad Werner of
Greenwood, B. C, and Miss Minnie
Netz of this county. The ceremony,
which was witnessed by about thirty-
five invited guests, waB followed by a
supper which had been prepared by the
friends of the contracting parties. The
happy pair left immediately on the 11.
& M. for KansaB City, where they will
spend a few days and then will go to
Greenwood, B.C., where Mr. Werner
has an extensive interest in the mints.
He is the son of Jacob Werner of Hanover, and for the past ten years has
been in the mining districts of the west
and at present is also engaged in the
hotel business at Greenwood. Mr. Werner is a wide-awake, competent business
man, and we predict for him a successful career. Tlie bride is the daughter
of Charles Net/, of Washington county,
and her amiable ways and kindness of
heart have endeared her to a host of
friends whose best wishes accompany
her to ner new home.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell building.    'Phone (10, V. & N.
FOLEY THE CHOICE
Labor  Convention   Choose  a
Candidate.
Slow Even in Vegetation.
In the orchard of W. J. Hanna there
is a splendid pear tree in full bloom.
This is a commentary on the salubrity
of the climate here, which it is doubtful
if even Vancouver can parallel.���Victoria Times.
In other parts of Canada fruit trees
bloom in the spring. Victorians always
had the name of being a little slow, but
it was not known heretofore that the
fruit trees had been affected by the
general inertia. When fruit treeB begin
to cultivate mossback customs it is time
to place horticulture on the statute
books among the learned professions.
POLITICAL NOTES.
In a speech delivered at St. Hya-
cinthe last week Sir Wilfrid Laurier
stated that the elections were near and
warned the Liberals to be ready at once
for the fray. It appears to be taken for
granted throughout the Dominion that
the elections will take place before November 15.���Nelson Miner.
There is food for much reflection in
the opinion expressed by the Dominion
Trades congress that the workshop is
the proper training school for the mechanic, and the further complication of
the public school system with manual
training annexes, a thing to be approached with caution. The broad,
general principles of applied mechanics
might perhaps be taught without disadvantage, but public school reform
should take its character from simplifying and decreasing the prescribed
studies���not adding to them.���Ex.
In Nanaimo the situation is somewhat
similar to what is in Vancouver. Mr.
Ralph Smith, M. P. P., having signified
his intention to contest the constituency
of Vancouver Island for a seat in the
house of commons, with Messrs. Sloan
and Brydon, as an Independent Liberal
candidate, a vacancy will likewise exist
there in the local legislature. Strong
pressure is being brought to bear upon
Mr Thomas Keith, ex-M. P. P., to
allow himself to be nominated for the
position, and it is understood that he
has consented. Mr. Keith is not unknown to the electors of Nanaimo. He
is a worthy citizen and being himself a
miner and a laborer in full sympathy
with his fellow citizens in these respects, us well as possessing a record of
which he has every reason to be proud.
His election, it is claimed, is quite assured.���Vancouver World.
Wn.i'iiii) L.MniKit has appointed a
commission tO examine into anil report
upon Asiatic labor and Immigration.
Coining so close to election time Wilfrid's work is a trifle crude. The Laurier
government has  had  the  manipulation
of the Dominion legislative machinery
for four years, and during that time
has done practically nothing to prohibit
the Immigration of Asiatics. By appointing a commission of inquiry the
government leaders practically say " we
do not know what the people want."
If Laurier and his government cannot
find out what the people of British Columbia want without appointing some
kind of a fake commission to go through
the motions of making an investigation,
then that government is in no wise in
touch with the people, and it should be
replaced by men who are.
The Greenwood Miners' union will
give a ball ill in tlie Masonic building
on Friday evening, 12th inst. Prof.
Kauffmann will furnish the music, and
E. Kerfoot the refreshments.
JAMES WILKS WOULD NOT RUN.
Report  of the   Proceedings   of the
Convention���The Platform of the
Party.
Nblson, B. C, Oct. 5.���[Special to
the Miner.)���Christopher Foley, employed at. the Centre Star mine, Rossland, was yesterday nominated by the
labor convention here. James Wilkes
was first offered the nomination but declined. John Houston, M. P. P., in his
paper this morning gives the laboring-
men notice that they cannot expect his
support in the fight. It was the labor
vote that elected Houston.
The Convention.
The delegates to the Labor party convention wei e conspicuous on tbe streets
yesterday forenoon. They came from
all sections of southern Kootenay and
Yale, and were as fairly representative
of the men who labor for day's wage as
were those who attended the Revelstoke convention of the men who look
after the business and political interests
of the Liberal and the Conservative parties.
The convention was held in Fraternity hall, and called to order by James
Wilks of Nelson, who is president of the
district association of the Western Federation of Miners, and A. C. Thompson
of the Industrial World of Rossland,
was chosen secretary pro tern. A committee on credentials was appointed,
namely: A. C. Thomps in^f Rossland,
Charles Wilson of Greenwood. Charles
McKay of Nelson, II. Ii. Dimock of
Moyie, Percy Johnson of Sandon, W. J.
Hughes of Ymir, and JoBeph Brandon
of Silverton, and an adjournment was
taken until 1 o'clock to allow the committee time to report.
When the convention reassembled the
committee reported 43 delegates in attendance and a number of proxies.
The temporary officers were made
permanent. The question as to whether
a candidate should be nominated was
declared open for discussion. It is understood the delegates from Rossland
strongly favored making a nomination
and the Nelson .delegates equally as
strongly opposed any such action.
James Wilks made a speech in opposition that is reported as an able one.
The question, however, was undecided
when a motion to adjourn until 8
o'clock was carried.
The convention was resumed at 8
o'clock and sat through till 12:45 without reaching the nominating stage.
Earlier in the day it was resolved by
resolution to form a third party to contest the forthcoming election, and that
the forthcoming election, and that the
new division should be styled the hide
pendent party. On the vote a portion
of the NelBon delegation opposed the
passage of the resolution strongly. The
opposition was headed by James Wilks,
secretary of the Miners' union, who
made the speech of the convention iu
support of his position. He was backed
up by the delegates of the Bricklayers
and Barbers' unions, and hy Walter
Hughes of Ymir. Despite their efforts
the resolution carried by a large majority, most of the delegates voting according to their instructions from the
organizations vouching lor them. After
the division the resolution to form a
party was made unanimous,
The balance of the. session was spent
in drafting a platform., and the delegates spent three solid hours on the
task.
THE   I'l.A'I'KOU.M.
No. 1.���Free compulsory education.
No. 2���A legal working day of eight
hour's.
No. 3���Government inspection of all
industries.
No. 4���The abolition of the contract
system on all public works,
No. 5���The public ownership of all
franchises, such ns railways, telegraphs, waterworks, lighting, etc.
No. o The abolition of Asiatic immigration, the application of the educational test and the abolition of induce
ments to foreign   immigration  to  settle
in the Dominion.
No. 7.���The abolition of child labor
by children under 14 years of age.
No. 8.���The adoption of the $250 deposit required of candidates for the Dominion house.
No. il.���Compulsory arbitration of lahor disputes.
No. 10���Prohibition of prison labor
in competition with free labor.
No. 11.���Compulsory exercise of Unfranchise.
EXHIBIT OF B. C. RESOURCES.
The Rev. b. Norman Tucker, as corresponding secretary of the Colonial and
Continental Church society, has sent to
England a case of exhibits representing
the various industries of British Columbia. Through the kindness of Mr.
Pellew-Harvey, he'sent a splendid collection of ores from the principal mines
of the province. With the aid of the
city council he sent some forty beautiful
photographs of Vancouver and the fishing, ranching, lumbering and fruitgrowing industries. The Art, Historical
and Scientific association generously
placed their treasures at his disposal.
And Mr. H. J. DeForest added half a
dozen of his masterly paintings as illustrative of the scenery of the province.
The exhibition of these objects by the
society in England at church congresses, the colonial institute and elsewhere cannot fail to result in material
benefit to the city of Vancouver and
the province of British Columbia.���
Province.
Sewing machines for rent or sale.
0.1. C. store.
SKYLARK CAMP DEAL
Chicago Capitalists Get Control
of Good Properties.
AN IMPORTANT DEAL
DEVELOPMENT WORK TO BEGIN
H. Shallenherger and R.  McCulloch
Make a $25,000 Deal on Their
Skylark Camp Interests.
Skylark camp with its rich ledges of
gold and silver ore, and its large iron-
capped surface showings, has been kept
in the backgiound for sometime through
lack of necessary money for its development. But at last a deal has been consummated hy which some of the best
properties in the camp have come under
the control of a wealthy Chicago syndicate, whose representative, J. C. O'Neil,
after spending a few days in (Ireenwood, has returned east to make arrangements for immediate development.
The claims included in the deal are the
Yellowstone, Idoln, Don Pedro, Lake,
Yellowstone fraction and Crescent fraction, owned by Harry Shallenherger and
R. McCulloch. These claims will be
consolidated with the Kankakee Mining and Milling company, and the capitalization raised.
The price mentioned in the deal is in
the vicinity of $25,000, of which part is
cash, the other payments running over
a period of six months. The company
retains the services of Mr. McCulloch
in the management of the development
work, which will be carried on with energy aud system from the start.
THE REVIEW MINE.
James Kerr, one of the owners of the
Review mine on Myers ereek,   relumed
from that property Tuesday enthusiastic
over the result attained by development. The work consists of a tunnel
driven into the hill on the lend, a distance of 250 feet, At 130 feet a winze
was Mink 85 feet, at the 70-foot level 120
(eel nl' crosscutting was done. The management, well pleased with the property, then decided to get greater depth
and went, farther down the hillside and
have driven another tunnel a distance
of over 600 feet, getting a vertical depth
of about 350 feet. At the present time
the tunnel from all indications is Hearing the ledge, after which it will be
continued a short distance further to
get vertically under the winze, with
which it will he connected by nn upraise. The pay chute on the property
is from three to five feet in width and
very rich. The ore will in all probability be treated by cyitniding. The He-
view is at the present time the mosl
thoroughly developed property in the
Myers creek district.
Chesaw Has a Mine 300 Feet
From the Townsite.
ADDITION  IS   BEING   PLATTED
Reservation Full  of Land  Hunters.
New Buildings Being Pat Up
Ready for the Boom.
Chesaw, Oct. 1, 1900.
The most important mining deal ever
made in the Myer's Creek district was
closed today by James P. Blaine, the
assayer at this place, who sold to the
Yakima Gold Miningcompany of Waits-
burg, Wash., the (). K. claim and the
0. K fraction, owned by Major Steele,
G. Horning and G.W.Clark. For the
past two years the Yakima Gold Mining
company have had a force of men working on the Yakima, lying some three
hundred feet north west of of the town-
site of Chesaw, and although they have
always been in some ore it was not until
two months ago that they ran into the
large body of rich ore that tbey are now-
working on and which they have been
steadily prospecting with three shifts.
In following the ore body it was found
that the vein dipped into the O. K
ground, and as a consequence the fact
of ore being found was kept secret until
the () K was secured. The vein is well
defined, fully four feet wide, and from
an average smelter test of 1,000 pounds
shows a total of $83.18 iu gold and
silver. The price paid for the 0 K was
$10,000, one half cash. Messrs. l.anda-
gin Bros, nf the Yakima Gold Mining
company have bought out the large
mercantile business of Stowell & Campbell, and will occupy the store lately
used by them until they can erect a
large new store on the Yakima addition.
Messrs, Warner & Ralston, United
States mineral land surveyors, are surveying a portion of the Yakima, Trenton
and O K fraction into town lots. As the
demand for residence lots is active this
addition will be much sought after, containing as it does the nicest building
sites in   the  north  end of the town.
Among the new buildings iu sight is a
large concentrator on the new addition
for the Yakima Gold Mining company,
a store 40 x 80 feet, two story, and four
dwellings.
Waldrons' new livery stable is about
completed and will do credit to a city
of 1,000 people.
The sawmill is running full time
and judging from the number of people
that are here looking for homes, will not
have half enough lumber ou hand to
supply the demand after October 10.
At the surveyors' camp there are over
two hundred people waiting to get the
lines run out, so that they can tell what
quarter section they want to file on
when the big rush conies,
On every road coming into Chesaw
there are strings of teams, .saddle and
pack horses, ami men on foot with
packs, all looking for land. As a consequence the hotels are lull, the stores
doing a land-office business and the
town has an air of great activity.
Judge J. I.. Crosson, 1'. s. land commissioner, has opened his ollice in the
ollice of Holbrook, Kean iV Co., and will
r ne affidavits (or homestead entry
on mid after 12 o'clock noon of Oct. 10.
There is going to he a big rush for certain choice pieces ol laud near town
and already the (astest saddle horses in
the district are being trained daily so as
to he in readiness lo make the big run.
School has opened with Pro!. Stowell.
of Minnesota a.- teacher.
ANNIVERSARY SERVICES.
Very successful anniversary services
were held in the Methodist church on
Sunday. Rev. Ralph W. Trotter ol
Columbia preached two able sermons
appropriate to the occasion. The choir
did good work. A special feature of
the the morning service was a chorus by
the children.
The anniversary was followed by a
pink tea on Monday night. The church
was very prettily decorated nnd Ihe
waiters looked charming dressed in
white and wearing pink turbans and
pink aprons. The programme was good,
Revs, McKay and Brndshau delivered
musing addresses.    Mr. Geo, McKenzie
"f   I'l nix   curried   the  audience  by
st.,iin in his rendering uf ������ When
Johnny Canuck ('nines lb,me Again." THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.
Wallace-Mi
McLEOD,
Barrister,  Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
llock, (ireenwood. B. C.
BAUER ��St
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A. E. Ashcroft,
FLOOD-NADEN BLOCK.
Resident
Representative.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
I. A.IU'ESS, M. A. II. .1. liCKHS, M. A
GUESS BROS.,
mining engineers, greenwood.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide  Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
THE    OREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evmiing ut Greenwood,
Uritisii Columbia,
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One   Yoar |2.00
"        Six Months fl.ao
Foreign, One Year $2.50
Payable Invariably ill Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at full
rates.
Legal notices 10 and 5 cents per lino.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1900.
In nominating a candidate for Yale-
Cariboo, the Labor convention at Nelson
made a mistake. With not a shadow of
chance of winning, the campaign can
only result in bringing discredit on
organized labor. The defeated candidate, whether Conservative or Liberal,
will think that the object aimed at in
placing a labor candidate in the field
was to defeat the party which he represents. As a consequence, labor legislation introduced in the house will receive opposition from the party defeated.
This may look like revenge, but it is
good politics. The candidate���Chris.
Foley���is one of the ablest men in
labor circles in the province.
exist without the help of firms who
are not patriotic enough to support local
industries. 	
Tub   following  appears   in   the   last
issue of the B, C. Gazette:
" Kossland riding, West Kootenay
Electoral District���Notice is hereby
given that I shall, on Monday, the fifth
day of November next, at 11 o'clock a.
m., bold a court of revision at the court
house, Kossland, for the purpose of
hearing and determining objections to
the retention of any names on the register of voters for the Kossland riding
of West Kootenay electoral district.
J.   KlRKl'l'."
CORRRSPONDENCE.
Editor Mines���Afstrlke is a concerted suspension of work by
wage-earners of either sex in the
employ of wage-payers for breach of
faith in the non-fulfillment of a contract, or as a protest against an imposition of demands not already agreed to
in such contract, or for the purpose of
obtaining some benefit which ia deserved because of new conditions in the
industry followed or in the cost of living, etc. By such concerted suspension
of work serious and needless losses are
suffered among workingmen and their
families, especially when strikes are ordered which are not warranted by sulli-
cient cause. By such action wage-
earners lose by it, both that for which
their own welfare they cannot afford to
lose, and the sympathy of the better
part of the community who would
otherwise stand ready to befriend them
To do away with the losses attendant
upen such uprisings of laboringmen
hoards of arbitration should he established by law which will look carefully
into the profits of the wage-payer to see
if he is in a position to meet the demands of the wage-earner, and also into
the necessary expenditure of the latter
to find out if he suffers financial embarrassment through the scale of wage
reecived. Were this method adopted,
backed up by law, this country and the
neighboring republic would he free from
such conflicts of labor and capital
which is now taking place in the coal
mines of the east, and its consequent
suffering and loss af life. Candidates
elected to parliament at the coming
elections should be pledged by their
constituents who are lovers of law and
order, to support any legislation that
will flavor the legalizing of arbitratian
hoards in the Dominion of Canada.
Worker.
IfmY.Yit.iitY.fV,,^^
It has always been considered sound
business principles in building up a
town for the people to deal at home as
far as practicable. This principle is
strictly carried out in all the progressive towns of the west, and is to a large
extent the policy of the business men of
Greenwood. There are, of course, ex
captions to the rule, and the legal gentlemen of Greenwood are the exceptions
to this rule. The lawyers of British
Columbia are protected by the laws of
the province against competition from
other provinces of the Dominion. A barrister from Manitoba, Ontario or Quebec cannot drop into this province and
practice without complying with the
regulations of the Law Society of British Columbia. It would naturally he
supposed that members of a profession,
secure in ihe protection of their legal
fortifications, would be patriotic enough
in return for the protection afforded
them to patronize local industries. In
the past, month upwards of three hundred dollars worth of stationery has
been received by the legal linns of the
city from Toronto. The Times and the
Miner have heen doing joli printing al
reasonable rates; have used their best
endeavors to make the town prosperous;
every local enterprise lias been made
the most of; the development and other
improvements in the mines of the district have have been brought before the
outside world through the efforts of the
local papers, and the legal fraternity
and other business interests were
thereby benefitted. The Times and the
Miner each pay their men $4 a day.
The Toronto printer gets $1,511. The $4
per day earned by men in the local
ollices is spent iu the city. In all fairness to the community at large, the
letter heads, envelopes, business cards,
etc.. of the legal firms of the city should
have been printed in either the Times
or Miner. Botli of the local papers,
during the depression of the past five
months, have been "jumping sideways." During this time the amount
of patronage received by either of the
local papers from the lawyers of the
city averaged about $1 per mouth from
each lirm. This article is written in
explanation to legal gentlemen whose
advertisements du not appear in this
issue.   The Miner, at least, will try and
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
IMPERIAL HOTEL.
J. R. Cameron, Grand Forks; Ed. A.
I Iain, J. McNicol, J. A. Unsworth, Midway; D. Stewart, CJ. S. Customs; M.
Grant, Win. Bolnn, Rossland; R. II.
Gorman, Mrs. Gorman, Grand  Forks;
D. D. McLaren and wife, Carson; E.
Anderson, Nelson; II. W. Kent, Vancouver; D. J. McLachlan, Nelson j Geo.
B.Cross, New Westminster; Thos. II.
Hall, Toronto; Frank Ellis, Penticton;
M. M. Lemon, Vancouver; Chas. Winters, Camp McKinney; Thos. Parkinson, Nelson ; R. B. Henderson, Victoria ;
W. B. Cochrane, Phoenix ; Judson G.
Wells, New York; F. R. Redmond,
Montreal; J. II. Poff, Victoria; T. Y.
Griffin, Winnipeg; Geo. H. Hani, Montreal; C. T. Buck, Phoenix; R. J. Salisbury, Winnipeg; J. Bush and wife Midway; S. Cosens, Camp McKinney; B.
C. Harris, London : J.Cosgrove,Toronto;
E. W. Mathews, Nelson ; J.W.Strachan
Spokane; W. D. Shell, Toronto; Harry
McDonnell, Nelson.
Greenwood
Cigar
Store
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
A.
''wi
Neat Appearing
Men=
������������
Are not always the ones with the longest purses or the
.. . fattest bank accounts . . .
A great deal depends
On where they purchase their clothing. If Late Patterns, Good
Materials, and the best workmanship cut any figure with yon,
give us a call before purchasing your fall and winter suit. We
are confident we can please you both as regards price, quality
and Btyle	
J. F. RODQERS,
Clarendon
Block
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Government office,
Greenwood, B. <'., October 3, iii
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.
Johu Coryell of Grand Forks, Plaintiff,
Hosk of Rossland, Defendant.
TAKE NOTICE that by virtue of a warrant
of execution Issued out of the County Court
of Yalo, holden at Grand Forks, and dated September 20th, 1900, in the above named suit, I
lutve seized and will sell at public auction at
the Government office, Greenwood) Monday,
tho loth day of Ootober instant, at the hour of
11 o'clock, in the foreunon, all the interests of
the above named defendant in tlie following
described mineral claims, or sufficient thereof
tosatisly ihe amount of the- judgment and
sheriff's costs, unless the amount ol the Judgment, $261.64, and sheriff's costs are previously
'"   MONTE RECO and MONTE GRANDE,
Situate in Greenwood camp, and near to the
town of Phoenix.
Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves
as to title.   Terms of Sale���Cash.
F. M. ELKINS,
Deputy Sheriff.
People who arc
tho high grade,
accustomed to smoking
time  honored  brands of-
...Jyavana 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,
TelegCwpii or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
TIIK  HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF TIIK BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel niock,
GREENWOOD, B. C
A. R. & A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. & A. M���
G. R. B. C, Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday in
eaeli month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
A. S. BLACK, W. M        R. F. OOATES, Secy.
W. F. OF M.
WESTERN FEDERATION OF MINERS-
The Greenwood Branch of tlie Federation
meets hereafter In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:110  p. m. every Saturday evening.
.M. II. KANE, Secretary.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now local,
wood street
d on (Jreen-
Guess Block. Copper St.
Next New Windsor Hotel
35
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
Full assortment of material and tools tr-
do correct, work.
20,000 Feet C. C. S.
WIRE
OYSTERS
The Oyster Season is about to commence and we
have made arrangements for
weekly shipments.
P. BURNS & CO.
Vernon & Nelson Telephone 106.
Sewing Machines for Rent
ROPE
%-INCH DIAMETER.
FOR SALE AT
...NELSON, B. C.
PRICE:   $13.00
Per 100 feet.   Just received from England.
Apply to
J. C. T. CROFTS,   Box (>7(! P. O. Nelson,
B. C.
Central Hotel
VIKLANDRK
Proprietors.
A MASON,
Headquarters for Miners.
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WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE
ANY OLD THING AT THE	
"O.I.C."
NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE
A. L. White ��Sr Co.
Opposite Sprott & Macpherson's.
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Sheet Music, Latest Vocal and..
Instrumental
Music....
At Half Price During October
Also Big Collection of Waltzes,
Marches, Songs and Two-Steps, at
5, 10 and 15c; worth from 25c to
$1.00.      .
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.Greenwood Music Store
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Canadian
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FAMOUS "IMPERIAL LIMITED"
...SERVICE...
....East���Daily Fast Train���West....
With Unequalled Connecting Service
to and From Kettle River and
Boundary Creek Districts,
FIRST-CLASS   SLEEPERS   ON   ALL   TRAINS
FROM ARROWHEAD AUD KOOTENAY
...LANDING...
Tourist ears pass Medicine Hat   daily for St
Paul. Saturdays for Montreal and Boston, 1Mondays and Thursdays for
Toronto.
Same cars puss Revelstoke one day earlier.
Ex, Sun.
LEAVE
11:46	
tidily Train,
 Greenwood...
Ex. Sun.
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For rates, tickets ami full information, apply
to agent at Green wood, H. ('., or J
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The gem restaurant
t'lunch counter,
Coppor St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
w Lunches Put Up. **
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GOOD, COMFORTABLE
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ROOMS....
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RATES....
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McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
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GAUNCE   &   WICKWIRE.
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DAWSON, W. T.
VANCOUVER, B. C
HARDWARE
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
IB0N, STEEL, GLASS, OILS,
PAINTS, METALS, STOVES,
TINWARE, GUNS, ETC.    .   .
IKON PYRITES MINERAL CLAIM.
We make a specialty of supplies for Mines, Mills,
Blacksmiths, Railroads, Contracters, Lumbermen, Etc
Giant Powder Co.,
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Situate  in  tin; Kettle river Mining   Division
of  Yule, District.    Where located���In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining each the Ladoga nnd
Gold Bed mineral claims.
Take notice tlmt we, Elwood C   Brown, of
(ireenwood. in the stunt! district.  Free Miner's
Certificate No. B29.578, and  William  Graham
MeMynn, of tlie same place, Free Miner's Certificate No. H29,*101) intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate of improvements, lor thu purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above
claim-
And further take notice that action  under
section :t7,  must be commenced before   the
issuance of sneh certillcate of improvements.
Dated this 20th day of September, A,  D. 1900,
ELWOOD CHANNING  BROWN.
;tS WILLIAM GRAHAM  McMYN'N. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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W. C T. U. CONVENTION
Report of  Delegate to Chilliwack From Greenwood.
GRACE,   GRIT   AND   GUMPTION
A Successful Convention   at Which
Many Important Subjects Were
Discussed.
The seventeenth annual convention
of the Wi C. T. U. wan opened on the
morning of September 12 at the Baptint
church in Chilliwack, with Mrs. G,
Grant in the chair. About lifty members were present.
Not being able to reach Chilliwack
until that evening I can only speak of
that day as it was told to us. The
president's address was delivered on
that day and we shall be able to hear
it later as it will appear in the annual
report.
The parliamentary drill was taken up
on that day, and I felt much regret that
I could not have been present. On the
morning ef the second day your delegate
was met at tlie church door and the
greetings were loving and lasting. It
was pleasant, indeed, to meet face to
faca with those with whom we had
known before only by letter, and after
the pressure of the sisterly hand all
feeling of strangeness seemed to vanish.
In fact I felt very happy to be the
Greenwood delegate, as Greenwood enjoys the distinction of having sent the
only delegate from the upper country to
any convention in Britisli Columbia.
One of the things that first impressed
me was the beautiful type of womanhood represented at this convention. I
felt them to be a noble band of women
working for a worthy cause. Our provincial officers are true women sacrificing selfish pleasures, and giving the
best of their lives to the work. Mrs.
Grant, our provincial president, is
small of stature but large of heart, and
is full of the desire to see the W. C. T.
U. a great success.
One lady said at the convention:
" The president is the head and the corresponding secretary is the heart of the
union." And that is, I believe, the
best way to describe our corresponding
secretary, Mrs. Cunningham. After
being re-electedjelie thanked the convention and then said she had to give
her days to her home and children, and
so when the rest were sleeping she
would be writing to us way in the night.
The work taken up at the convention is
too broad a field to discuss. It. includes
the legislature, the reform work, hospital, miners, juvenile work and many
other branches. It was decided that as
the cigarette habit is steadily increasing, the union should take active Bteps
to abolish it_ use. By forming anti-
cigarette leagues and by an appeal to
parliament; also that steps he taken to
bring to justice those who can be found
guilty of violating the present laws, and
that to do this a sufficient Bum be placed
in a way not to be made public until
this work shall in part be accomplished.
The reform work is, I believe, being
successfully carried on. The W. C. T.
U. owns and supports a refuge home in
Victoria. Mrs. Spofford, the manager,
told me some of her experiences in the
work, and the account was sud indeed.
We saw the results of the work done at
Chilliwack, as it is a prohibition town,
and in walking on its streets wo were
not obliged .0 pass the licensed saloon
nor a tottering victim who hud " one
glass too much." And they are proud
that their beautiful valley is not defiled
either with the manufacture or sale of
the " stinging beverage." In some of
the addresses we were given tnottos for
the use of the W, 0, T, 0 One was
"With Christ to You," another
" We Can Triumph I'liiversiilly," uml
we were told that to do this three things
were necessary ''Grace, Grit and
Gumption," and ii seemed to me advice
worth keeping in mind,
Could I inspire you even in a small
degree with the enthusiasm that pervaded the convention I should think
my work had been in a measure a success.
One of the most beautiful features of
the session was the half hour devoted to
the life of Frances E. Wllliard, the lady
who conducted this part of the programme was a personal friend of Francis Wllliard and told many beautiful
anecdotes of her life. One story was
of her visiting a poor wretched woman
whose sin had brought her to the penitentiary, and when Francis Willard first
spoke to her she would not listen, but
soon the magic of her voice and manner
charmed this outcast woman and she
learned to love Miss Williard, and
when Miss Williard left her the tears
were rolling down her cheeks, and this
noble   woman   took her own  handker
chief and wiped them gently away,
afterwards leaving the handkerchief as
a token of love. Is there a place so good
or so small where there are not opportunities opened to us? If we cannot do
the great things Francis Williard did
perhaps we can do more of the small
things as she did, and is it not written :
" Inasmuch as ye did it unto one of the
least of these ray brethren, ye did it
unto me." There is a broad field before us and the workers are so few, and
yet the future morality, ability, sobriety
and rectitude of this place depends
largely on its present institutions. Cannot we join hands and work together
for "God and home and humanity."
We can if we will. " Look to the hills
whence cometh our help."
One of the especial features of each
day was the noontide prayer service,
led usually by some of the delegates.
The closing exercises were especially
beautiful. The members formed a circle
holding hands and singing, "Blest be the
tie thus binds," and pronounced the
Mjzpah benediction, after which Mrs.
Grant declared the seventeenth annual
convention closed.
The evening sessions were opened to
all and largely attended. The Rossland union were awarded the prize banner for tlie most new members, and as
they had no representation your delegate was asked to receive it in behalf of
Rossland and the upper country. The
banner was presented on Friday evening
by Mrs. Manson of England. After it
had been accepted Mrs. Grant spoke of
the upper country and said she thought
the ladies of Greenwood and their delegate deserved especial thanks for their
having shown such an interest in the
provincial work. She described some of
the difficulties under which we were laboring and gave some encouraging suggestions.
With the ending of this meeting came
the close of the convention. The next
day the delegates were driven to the
boat landing, and after many handshakes and regrets and a warm feeling
in our hearts we said farewell to the
ladies of Chilliwack.
It was a merry party of thirty women
who were carried in the little steam
ferry down the Thompson river to Harrison, where with the coming of the
trains came " the parting of the ways,"
and our company was broke up again
to say good bye, and T think each one
carried home a better heart and a feeling of sisterly love for all whom they
had met.
MINING   RECORDS
Of the Kettle River Mining  Division of Tale
District.
September 15.
Emilia, Rock creek, Chas. Challin.
September 18.
Clara, Kock creek, John A. Bangs.
Christi ia, Rock creek, Andrew   F. Burleigh.
September 19.
Monarch, Dry creek, John Marshall.
Dewer, Dry creek, John Marshall.
Solitary, Dry creek, R, E. Pitcher.
Spokane, R. E. Pitcher.
September 21.
Clara   Williams,   Kettle   river,   Joseph
Kovvat.
September 22,
Lizzie C. Beaverton, E. G. Cummings.
September 24.
Minneapolis     (fractional),     Deadwood
camp, D. A. Holbrook.
September 25.
Sovereign, Providence camp, J. M. Taylor.
Last Chance, Beaverton, F. E. Holt.
September 2(i.
Hacking, West Copper camp, W. Wilson.
Count,   MlsillO, Exchequer   extension,
Copper Grande extension, Dry creek,
A. II. A. Marsal.
West Fork extension,  Jonathan,  J.   R.
Stephens.
Producer, Beaverton, R. E. Brown,
Pluto, King B, extension, Dry creek. R.
E.  Pilcher.
Miner, R. E. Brown.
West   Fork   annex,   West    Fork,   Exchequer, Crown Grande,   Lucky,   Big
Three, Dry creek, John Empey.
September 2(1.
Rosebud, Kock creek,  Robert Graham,
Bluebird, Rock creek, Robert A. Scot-.
September 27.
Liver. West Kimberly  camp,  John   11.
James,
Vanguard, Beaver creek, J. Atwood, li,
D. Cunningham,
September 2K.
Jackpot, Beaverton, Alex McDonald.
September 29.
Drumlumon, Tepe   creek, Jos.  Fortin
Luce, Tepee creek, Jean Dardeznac.
Summit, Tepe   creek, Chas. Doras.
Lulu, Tejwe creek, Jos. Doras.
Lakeview, Tepe   creek, Peter Columbus
Certificates of Work.
September 27.
95, R. W. Jakes, et al.
Gold Band. Henry Shields.
Wild Rose (fractional),  Henry Shields,
Switzerland, Mrs  Hastinger.
September 19.
Golden (late. J. E. Madah.
Rejected, John Donald.
Midnight, Coke, Floyd Vaughn.
September 20.
Blister, John Dempsey,
Daisie, John Cameron.
September 21.
Buckhorn, Antler, Sundown, J. W. Nelson, etal.
September 24.
Anvil, Fleming Robinson.
September 211.
Lancaster, Boston. E. C. Brown.
Marguerite, J. P. Harlan.
September 2K.
Coolgardie, A. Piper.
City of Mexico, James Whalen.
September 29.
St. Lawrence, J. A. McMaster.
WESTBRIDGE SUB OFnCE.
September 5.
Edgar, Copper camp, E. A. Graham.
September 12.
Buffalo, Triple lake, H. Kallis.
September 15.
Elkhorn, Carmi camp, E. Collier.
September 21.
Spokane, Camp McKinney, D. M.  Cus-
sie.
September 17.
Agnesta, Beaverton, T. .Currie and  Ah
Ling.
September 19.
Monarch,    Lost   Horse   creek,   W.   P.
Reilly.
September 20.
Laxte, Ebecar, Beaver creek, J. A. Luzo.
Manxman, Greon,  Beaver creek,  Wilfred Cookston.
September 21.
W. N., W. Read.
September 26.
Ameriaan   Girl,   Anarchist   mountain,
John.Tarvet.
September 27.
Hilltop, Carmi camp, A. Masche.
Black Horse, Beaverton, W. Hudson.
September 28.
Admiral, Rendell, Henry Kalis.
Homestake, Canyon creek,  E. Sullivan.
Certificates of Work.
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September 10.
Monarch, J. Murphy.
September 15.
Gold Mountain, J. W. Blough.
Mainland, Chas. Held, et al.
VERNON.
September 4.
Morgan, Geo. Doyle.
September 20.
Rainbow,    Southern   Cross,
Wm. Yonkin.
September 21.
Glencoe, Wm. Day.
September 22.
Peerless, Edward James.
WEST FORK.
Emperor,
September 15.
Utopia, R. R. Roberts.
September 20.
Leaser, Alan Gillies.
September 28.
Gold Dollar (fractional), Ed Sullivan.
Coal   stoves   to   trade   for sunshine.
O. I. C. second-hand store.
STRAYED.
Strayed or stolen Irom the premises of the
unilerHigncil nliout the 2fith iky ot October,
near Midway, 11 roan horse, blaek mane and
tall, liriiml B on left hip, und 11 white mme mule.
Any person giving information 11s to their
whereabouts will he suitably rewarded,
lll-ll. JOHN  A. CAI'LSON.
MINERAL ACT.
TO LOUIS METER AND JOHN HASSE.
lone oil
ill Top
Take nol lee  I hill [ lulve eilllsed tO lie
tlie wiiite Horso minora I claim sltuiiti
per eainii, In Ihe Kettle river mining division
ut Yule district, llrillsh Columbia,the work re
quired by sootlon il, ol ihe Mineral Act for ihe
year whleh has expired, and have expended
tnrsueh work aud lor recording tlie ecililleiitc
thereof the sum of >lir...~,il, and thai II. at Ihe ex.
> plralloli ol ninety days Irom the dale of the
111 -1 publication ol Oils noliee, you lull to Contribute yoilt proportion  of sneh   expeltdituee.
namely, the sum of tjo.iw each, togetnor with
all eosts of advertising, your Interest iu said
mineral eiultn sKall be liable lo forfeiture as
provided  bv the "Mineral  Act Amendment
Act l'.KHI."
Haled Ihisilid day Of October. 1901),
H. I.. WOOD,
MILLER BROS,
Expert..
Watchmakers
DIAMOND SETTERS, JEWELERS
and ENGRAVERS.
DRALbHH IN
DRUGS and DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
GREEHWOOD, B. C.
MRS. G. D. SEXTON
(CORSET EXPERT OF NEW YORK.)
WILL BE AT
..RENDELL' ARCADE..
On  Friday. Saeurdan  and  Monday, October   12. 13 I
and   15,  and  demonstrate the advantages  of Perfect o
Fitting Corsets, and be pleased to explain the merits of j
of the	
"W.B."and"LA VIDA"
CORSETS  ���*w'
RENDELL & CO. ��
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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
-r t   t. S Vernon & Nelson, No. 92.
Telephones: ( Columbia> No> J29>
W. J. SNODGRASS & SONS, Props.
F. T. ABBOTT, Manager.
TIIK   I1KST   BEER   IN   TOWN   Is   MADE   HY   TIIK
Elkhorn Bre>very,
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props..
ASK   FOR
glkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
only pure Malt anil
Hops.   Try it!
It In kept on
Draught or in Bottles by ull the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
The Palace Livery
Harvey & Robins, Props.
The Best Drivers, the Best Saddle Horses, The Best Rigs
Copper Street, (ireenwood, B. C.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
Mnnutacturora A|| Kjnds 0{ Carbonated Beverages,
Sole Agents for THE LI0H BREWING CO., Rossland B. C.
The Largest Browery in British Columbia.
 JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
CuntiUn  ��    MrMillin   ENQINEERS' BOILERMAKERS
LUnill It  ft   IHClHHlan   MACHINISTS and IRON FOUNDERS.
I   our machine shops are now complete and we are prepared to do the heaviest class of wmk.
Ore cars, Oro buckets, shafting, hangers and pulleys.   Pipe work h specialty.   Estimates given
' on all classes of work.   Pumps always fn stock.
SECOND-HAND   MACHINERY:    ���?_R8^eEi_ nT.^urn^io^anluier"'!:;:;:
111 II. I'. portable engine and boiler, on skids. Loco, type     One Moot Pelton wheel with 600feet,
H in Hisplral riveted pipe.
Rossland, �����L��^J^32�����l THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
:���:
I The Master Christian
5 MARIE CORELLI.
_f ..Boy..
�� MARIE CORELLI,
| The Redemption of David
| Corson
J U, T. 110SS.
I To Have and to Hold
if MARY JOHNSON
| The Faringdons
E FOWLER.
I A Gentleman From ln��
I diana
j�� II. TAUKINGTON,
I Fables in Slang
�� QEORQEADE,
The Reign of Terror
JAMKS LANK ALLEN.
These   books are   among   the  best _p
selling books of today.     Any of  these _t
mnl many more may be had from our j^
circulating library���exchange 20c, 5,'
f SMITH & McRAEf
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of
Conimeree.    Both 'phones.
Harber chairs���a snap. 0. I. C. second hand store.
Rev. G, R. Bradsliaw will preach in
the Methodist church Sunday next.
Paul Kauffmanii, Greenwood .Music
Btore. Instructions given on piano,
mandolin and guitar.
We have received the fourth consignment of ready-to-wear hats. G. I". Williams,
E. Anderson, of Nelson, B. (!., district
passenger agent of the C. P. R,, was in
the city this week.
E. A Bielenberg has taken charge of
work at the Buckhorn mine in Dead-
wood camp and is sacking ore ready for
shipment.
D. D. McLaren and wife of Carson
were registered at the Imperial yesterday. Mr. McLaren has just returned
from Owen Sound, Out.
Rev. Father Palmer will celebrate
mass Sunday next in Phoenix at II a. m.
and in Greenwood at. 11 a. in. Evening
service in (ireenwood at 7:80.
W. S. Keith left for Myers Creek today with Thos. McDonnell to look over
some copper properties about ten miles
from Bolster, which are said to have
phenomenal surface showings.
Capt. II. Shields returned the past
week from examining the .McKinley
and otlier properties on the North Fork
for eastern parties. A deal is on for the
claims, the particulars of which will appear in a future issue.
The city has purchased another pair
of horses for the lire brigade, and the
driver is busy training them. The team
was purchased from Watcrville Nash
and will be all right when they get over
the habit of stepping high to avoid
gopher holes.
The millinery opening at G, F. Williams' on Tuesday and Wednesday was
a decided 81100688 in spite of the disagreeable weather. The show rooms
were tastefully decorated for the occasion. The display of hats was magnificent, with all the latest Paris, New
York and London styles.
CHEAP PRINTING.
" I want your figures on this job of
printing," said u prominent merchant
of Vancouver, to the foreman of a leading printing office in this city the other
day.
"All right, sir," said the foreman,
He was handed the batch of manuscript, and after going over it carefully,
quoted the merchant a fair price for
printing,
''My goodness, man I" the merchant
exclaimed, " you are fearfully high. I
can get the work done much cheaper in
the oust. The prices you printers
charge here ia ridiculous. I shall send
tbis printing to Montreal."
"Pardon me," said the foreman, "but
I can get my clothing, boots and shoes,
groceries, fuel and house rent cheaper
than I can do here. It is poor economy
on your part to send your printing away
when you run a business here and are
dependent upon the workingmen of
Vancouver to keep your establishment
open.     You would  be the lirst one to
Surgery
Philadelphia, Pa, -   ���
A Licentiate of British
Columbia- - - - -
raise a howl if the workingmen  of this
city were to club together and send east j 0$_gj�� oMiemai""
for everything they needed."
" It does not matter what you think,"
he said, as he was leaving the ollice, " I
am running my own business, audi do
not intend having my printing done
here when I can get it done so much
cheaper in Montreal."
There is not a day passes but this
same dispute arises about the prices of
printing. There is not a job printing
establishment in Vancouver but has
come in contact with these merchants.
There is not an employing printer in
Vancouver but feels the far-reaching
effect on his business by this nefarious
practice.
There is not a printer, but whose future is threatened by these Cheap John
methods of doing business on the part
of some of Vancouver's leading business
men.���Vancouver Independent.
DR. R. MATHISON
DENTIST   :    :
NADEN BLOCK
GREENWOOD
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��� .Geenwood Hotel ..
PICARD & SIMPSON
Proprietors
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SILVER STREET.
W. S. KEITH, n. E.
MIHDXG PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 AND REPORTS FURNISHED.
Tiioiiiicoiii.y Conversant with the Boundary
.... District	
Office with
"Greenwood Miner.'
Greenwood, B. C.
(ireenwood & Kirkwood
CONTRACTORS and...
BUILDERS   -~-^
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Cable Address   "Maori." Code   "Morelng b. Neal.
Boundary Creek Loan and Mercantile
...AGENCY...
000
THOMAS MILLER, Manager
PLANS FURNISHED AND ESTIMATES MADE.
���Fobbing Promtoy Attended To ,.,       |(
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Cor. Kimberly and Ida Sts.
��^��$��3**��*d��������eS;_��**_t*��i_t�� j
.TO LET..
BUILDING Snitabie for
Stores or offices.  Lot on
Copper  Street,   business
Centre.
.FOR SALE.,
Well Furnished Five-
Roomed House.
EASY TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
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$
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1        Best Furnished _||
Auditorium I
GREENWOOD, B. C.
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Rooms in the
City.
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The Most Complete Health Resort on the Continent of North        _.
America.    Situated midst Scenery Unrivalled for Grandeur.        2.
Halcyon Hot Springs   I
Sanitarium
Boating, Fishing
and Excursions
....Resident Physician and Nurse
Halcyon Springs, Arrow Lake, B.C.
HEATED BY HOT AIR
DEADWOOD STREET.
$ i.-"    In Telegraphic communication with all parts of the world.   Two mails arrive and   ��-.
* 1;! depart every day.   TERMS:   $15 to $18 per week according to resi- ��:
* I d_ dence in Hotel or Villas O 3".
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jn__p~The price of railway ticket for round trip between Greenwood and Halcyon   5;
good lor Thirty Days and obtainable all the year round is pi. 10.
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THE IMPERIAL
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BEST APPOINTED HOI'SE IN THE CITY
Well Furnished Rooms. Best Brand of Liquors and Cigars
Cor. Copper and Deadwood Sts., Greenwood, B. C.
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....INGERSOLLSERGEANT MACHINERY
WHEN YOU WANT
THE BEST IMPORTED CIGARS and TOBACCOS, CONFECTIONARY, MAGAZINES,
PERIODICALS, STATIONARY
and HOUSE PLANTS GOTO
Munro's, safe.
COPPER STREET.
THE   CANADIAN
Dank of C
ommerce.
Head Office, TORONTO.
established 1867.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $6,000,000.
[Six Million Dollars.]
Rest $1,000,000
President Hon. Geo. A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walker.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H. Plummeb.
This hank has the largest number of
branches of any bank in Canada, with
agencies at New York, Chicago, New
Orleans, Skagway and Dawson City.
Accounts of Corporations, Merchants
and Individuals received on favorable
terms.
Drafts, Commercial Credits, Travelers' Credits and Circular Notes issued
available in any part of the world.
Approved Notes Discounted j Collections made.
A general Banking business transacted.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Manager
Spokane Falls &
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. ShephardRy. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all mil route bfltWOOIl all
points Bast, West Hiitl South to ... .
Rossland,
... INelson ...
���AND���
Intermediate Points.
Connecting
AT SPOKANE with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific
"u & N. Co.
CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kaslo "ir.1 Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at Bossburg
Stage Dally for
GRAHD FORKS and GREEHWOOD.
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LEAVE, AllllIVK.
0:83 11. in Spokane, 7:11) a. in.
11 :ll) a. in Kossland 11:00 p, in.
I :
.Nelson  8:lX)p. in.
AIR COMPRESSORS, DRILLS, HOISTS, BOILERS, PUMPS, Etc.   |tl__f_S.___JS_; ��m-P._ "_��!��?.' ;*,,,
10:00 p, in... RoBuland u::*o��, in.
GREENWOOD:
H. R. Kirkpatrick: on,Hu'.Atm.
The James Cooper Mfg. Co., Ltd., Montreal.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
Linoleums
Upholstered Goods
I
Bedding, Etc   Pictures and  Picture Frames,
T. M. GULLEY & CO.
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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