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The Greenwood Miner.
Published   Weekly.
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Vol. III. No. 3.
Greenwood, B. C, January 19, 1901.
Per Year, $2.00.
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Clearance Sale.
**    Preparatory to
&    Taking Stock in
Mantles, Furs,
Dress Goods - -
Silks, Linens, -
Towels - - - -
Sheetings, Carpets, Linojeums, Blankets
Mantles, Ladies' Jackets, Coats and
Capes at Cost to Clear.
Furs���Balance of Furs at 25 per
cent. Discount.
Dress Goods and Silks, 20 per cent.
Discount.
Tapestry   and    Chenelle,    Table
Covers, 20 per cent. Discount.
Ladies Costumes at Bargain Prices.
Skirts, ready-made,  20   per cent.
Discount.
Carpets and Linoleums, 20 per cent. Discount.
Blankets. White and Gray, at Rock-Bottom Prices.
DrMfirif    J_   /*/)      AGENTS FOR LA VIDA
#I-CllI*--_-_-  Mt  %MV.  add w. b. corsets.
People who are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands nf_
...fiavana 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 BY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended to.
THE HAVANA CIGAR EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
Clarendon Hotel Hloek,
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,1' ""greenwood,b.c
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P. BURNS & Co.
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Fresh and Cured
Meats.
Poultry, Pish and
Oysters.
MARKETS IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL TOWNS
OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DR. JAKES ELECTED
Mayor of the City of Greenwood
for  J901
WITH A MAJORITY OF TWENTY
Both Rarties Gain a Victory���Election in Other Cities and Towns
in the Province.
The result of the election Thursday
did not cause any material difference in
the atmosphere, although the contest
was a warm one. The principal tight
centred in the contest for mayor, and
although both parties claimed a good
majority the evening hefore election,
the JakeH committee proved to be the
bettor guessers. At the tinal count
Tuesday night tbe central committee
for Dr .lakes placed his vote at 157, of
this number seven did not vote. After
the meeting Wednesday night, two who
had previously pledged themselves for
the doctor, went over to Mr. P.oss, and
three more must also have changed.
From seven in the morning teams and
canvassers for both sides were out working hard for their candidates, and every
vote that could be induced to come was
brought to the polls. The Ross committee had rooms in the building alongside
thecity hall, while the .hikes committee
retained their old quarters on Copper
street.   The vote stood as follows:
FOR  MAYOR.
Jakes 145
Ross 125
Majority for Jakes  20
NORTH    WARD.
Naden,  92
Miller  73
Kirkwood,  Ill,
Bannerman,  57
SOl'TII     WARD.
Canllield 101)
Sullivan 108
Sutherland  SH
Cropley  70
NANDON.
II. II. Pitta was re-elected mayor. C.
I). Hunter. K. It. Atherton and Hubert
McDonald were also re-elected aldermen.
The new aldermen are: T. B. Folllett,
K. A. Cameron and Dr. (jomm.
K All LOOPS.
The municipal elections were keenly
contested here The following will compose the citv council of Kamloops for
the ensuing yenr: M. P.Gordon, mayor:
J. It. Michel and William Brown, aldermen for the First ward ; James (lill and
David (.'. McLaren for the Second ward:
James L. Brown and William II. Evans
for the Third Hard.
VICTORIA.
Mayor Hayward and all the old aldermen were re-elected on Thursday.
BIG FIRE AT PHOENIX
Several  Business Places  Destroyed Thursday.
CLOSE   SHAVE   FOR THE TOWN
BOUNDARY CREEK H. & H. CO.
The annual general meeting of shareholders in this company was held at
Greenwood on Thursday afternoon, 17th
inst. There was a fair attendance of
shareholders in person and by proxy
and the president was in tbe chair. The
report of the directors and a statement
of accounts together with the auditors'
report thereon for the past year, were
submitted and adopted. Four of the retiring directors, Messas. 1). A. Holbrook,
I). W. Holbrook, J. W. Nelson and C.
M. Shaw were re-elected, and E. Jacobs
was elected as the fifth member of the
directorate.
A special meeting was held afterwards to consider a proposal made by
the London & Canada Syndicate, of
London, England, to form a new company, with head office in England, to
acquire the mineral claims and real
estate of the local company and to extensively develop the more promising of
these claims. The scheme proposed was
explained in detail to the meeting,
which unanimously adopted n resolution
empowering the directors to sell the
property and assets of the company.
Later the directors held a meeting and
appointed D. A. Holbrook president,
and E. Jacobs secretary-treasurer. A
cable was sent to England notifying the
London & Canada Syndicate that their
scheme had been sanctioned br the
shareholders.
THOUSANDS SENT INTO EXILE.
IN OTHER PLACES,
ROSSI.A Nil.
The eily elections resulted in the return of G, 0. Lalonde, for mayor, who
defeated Harry Daniel by fl majority of
29. The total vote for Lalonde was 442.
In the First ward C. K. Hamilton and
Thomas II. Armstrong defeated John
Dean : in the Second ward I''. W. Holt
and A. A, Mackenzie defeated J. II.
Robinson and J. J. McKinnon; in the
Third ward John. S. ('lute and A. S.
Maedonell defeated Samuel Forteath,
Milo Monro and Thomas Embleton. It
is generally conceded Hint the new city
government is a strong one. Mr. Lalonde has been a city councilman, school
trustee, is chairman of the school of
mines and president of the1 hoard of
trade- Messrs. Hamilton, Mackenzie
and Olute were re-elected. The election
passed off quietly, hut was stubbornly
contested by the candidates for the |
mayoralty.
KAHI.O.
The (ireen men knocked their oppon
ents sky-high today in the city election
and put big Gns Carlson in mayor by  a !
majority of.80 over Geo. T.  Kane,  who
was supported by the (I.  0.   Burhnnan-
board-of trade element    The vote (218)
polled was large, being but ',X2 less than
was polled at the provincial election ir.
June. The following were elected aldermen : Archer. Jiirdine, Hodder, Hiirtin,
Papwortii and Kennedy,
KKVKI.HTOKK.
The election here resulted in making
Tom Kilpatrlck, one of the most popular
employees of the ('. I'. R., mayor for
1901. His majority was 1)4. The aldermen nre: First ward, W. S. Newman
and F. McCarty, hy acclamation ; Second
Ward, T. E. h. Taylor and II. J. Bourne;
Third ward, William Nettle and John
Ahrabanison, by acclamation.
(IRANI) PORKS.
Two hundred and forty-nine ballots
were counted for mayor, with the following result: White 159, Manley 90. The
aldermen elected iu Ward 1 are: W, J.
Morrison. J. Temple and II  A. Hender-
j sun : in   Ward   2:   John   Donalds    U.
Harvey and W. II. Fisher.
PHORXfX.
The municipal   election   resulted   in
j putting in the   old   mayor  nnd   council.
! They are Mayor Rumberger, and  Councillors  Dougflll   Mclnnes.   Michael   Mc-
Bean,  James   Punch,  James   Marshall,
James A. Clark and .lames A. Morrin.
Every year a large number of poor
sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs are urged to go to another climate. Kut this is costly and
not always sure. Don't be an exile when
Dr. King's New Discovery lor Consumption will cure you at home. Its the most
infallible medicine for Coughs, ('olds and
and all Throat and Lung diseases on
earth. The lirst dose brings relief.
Astounding cures result from persistent
use. Trial bottle free at J. L. White's
and Miller Bros'. Price .SOc. and $1.00
a bottle.   Every bottle guaranteed.
VIOLATION OF GAME LAWS.
(In Wednesday evening lust Provincial
Constable Darraugb arrested Peter
Greener, while driving Into town with a
quantity of venison. On Thursday morning Greener was brought before .Lines
Kerr. .1. P., and lined $5  and  costs  for
tl ffense, the magistrate staling that
us this was the lirsi offense of the kind
he had known iu this district he would
act leniently, hut should such an it her
charge be brought before him, he would
impose the utmost penalty of the law.
The meat, was confescated a>.d turned
over lo Chief McLaren lo dispose of as
he thought advisable.
IT GIRDLES THE GLOBE.
The fame of Ituckleu's Arnica Salve,
as the best In the world, extends round
the earth. It's (he one perfect healer of
Cuts, Corns, Burns. Bruises, Sores,
Scalds, Bniles, Fleers, Felons, Aches,
Paines and all Skin Eruptions. Only
infallible Pile cure. 25c. a box at J. I..
White's and Miller Bros'.
PUBLIC   M-ETING.
The public meeting Wednesday night
was well attended, tbe Auditorium being crowded. Mr. II. C. Shaw whb
chairman, and carried ont Ihe programme handed him by the joint committee to the letter. No personalties
were indulged in by anv of the candidates. This omission, we suppose, was
largely due to ladies   being   present   for
tin first time ai a public meeting for the
discussion of municipal questions.
Invit itions are mil fur a ball lo be
given on tbe llth ol Fehrunry by the
members of Greenwood Lodge A. F. i*>
A. M., iu ihe Auditorium.
The Greenwood St. Andrew's Society
will give a ball on the evening of the
25t.li inst. iu Ihe Auditorium.
The Total Losses About Thirty Thousand Dollars���Insured for Thirteen Thousand.
Thursday night Phoenix was visited
by lire, which for a time threatened the
entire lower end of the town, on both
sides ol" Dominion avenue. It started in
M. McBean & Co's. store, spread west,
lapped up the Imperial hotel and Baldwin block, and was finally, by the hardest of work, confined to these buildings.
The money loss was about $85,000, with
less than one-half that amount in insurance. One large item of damage was
broken glass from the four powder explosions, used to blow up the buildings,
and which undoubtedly saved the rest
of that part of the city.
ORIGIN  OF TIIK  KIRK.
About 8:80 Thursday evening, N. D.
Palorcia, the shoemaker, entering M.
McBean's store, was invited to sit down.
Suddenly he heard a crackling noise,
and rushing up stairs they found a room
in the back p.,rt of the building, used as
a kitchen, one mass of flames. There
was little for it but to save goods if possible, and water was a scarce article,
and the new corporation has us yet
nothing in the shape of u much needed
fire brigade.
Mayor Rumberge and Chief of  Police
McMillan were early on hand  to  direct
operations, witli plenty of willing assistants, and it was decided to  use  powder
to   stay   if   possible  the  march  of  tbe
[ voracious flames.    Accordingly a charge
I was  put  into   Alex   Henderson's small
I jewelry   shop,   adjoining   McBean's,  to
j prevent the spread of  tire  to  the  east.
I This was effective to some degree.  Then
j another charge   was  placed   under  tbe
north-east   end   of   McBean's  store,  as
many buildings on the hill were threatened.
TIIK  II.AMKK  MARCHED ON.
It was impossible to stop the  tire  hy
ordinary means���the only   plan   was  to
destroy its path.     McBean's and tie
Imperial  hoi,],  us  well  as   Baldwin's
building, were doomed,    Nothing could
: save these structures  and  contents,    ll
' was only a question as to whether Black's
hotel, Morrin & Thompson's and a  row
1 of two and three-story structures on the
' south side of tne street could   he  saved.
Hundreds of willing   hands   were  using
snow, with considerable success, to keep
the buildings and roofs   wet.    Of   water
! there was little  or  none,   bill   of  snow
there was an almost unlimited quantity,
A third charge of powder   was   placed
in the Baldwin block, and shattered that
building to splinters, but still the flames
mounted higher and higher, and men
worked only the harder   to   protect   the
numerous buildings threatened. Dom in
ion avenue wm littered with merchandise, furniture and go.���|s of all kinds.
taken ont of buildings nn both hides nf
I the avenue. I nfnrtiiuatelv Micro wns
little or no chance whatever ot saving
buildings ou cither side of the street,
I.OSMKS   BV    KIIIK.
! Imperial Hot  I, E, Week.- $10,00(1
M. Mcilean ��� C   13,000
Wm. Hunter Co.. McBunll bdg.���, 2.(K)(i
Alex Henderson,       200
Baldwin block     2,000
| T. F. Hick'.- -lock        600
I II. E. Mltobell'sshoi       2IHI
$27,000
OTHER   LOSSES.
Morrin & Thompson, on building
and stock, estimated if 2,(HHl
Butte hotel, building and stock,.. (KM)
Black's hotel  5(|()
Electric Light Co.,  son
I Numerous miscellaneous losses, .. :{,7(ki
Total.
 $85,000
INSl'HANCK.
E. Weeks if 4 nun
M. McB iS Co  ;.oim
Wm. Ilunti r .v Co.. 1.id  1 ..-){||,
Baldwin Mock  sot 1
- I'loll'
$18,!
E. ('. Brow n, �� ho has been iu Moscow
Idaho, for the past three months, returned this week, and will commence
work on his properties here shortly. THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
J.  P.  McLEOD,
Barrister,   Solicitor,
Notary Public, Etc.
Wallace-Miller block, Greenwood. B. C.
BAUER <Sr
ASHCROFT
PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYORS
A.   E.   Ashcroft, Repre���ntati
Representative.
FLOOD-NADEN  BLOCK.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
����. A.Ut'KSH, M. A. ||. A. (il'KHS, M, A.
GUESS BROS.,
MIKING ENGINEERS, GREENWOOD.
Assay, Analyses, Reports.
Cyanide Leaching.    Amalgamation
and Concentration Tests.
W. S. KEITH, H. E.
MINING PROPERTIES EXAMINED
 ANB REPORTS FURNISHED.
Thoroughly Conversant with the boundary
.... district	
�� Greenwood Miner." I    Greenwood, B. C.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On and after Monday, October 15, mails will
arrive and be dispatched as follows:   Mails
clost* for all points east and west at 1:30 p. m.
ARRIVE. clohk.
Phoenix 1:80 p. m 1:80 p. m.
Anaconda 1;80 p. m 1:30p. m.
Deadwood 8:80 a. m 8:80a. m.
THE    GREENWOOD    MINER.
Published every Friday evnning nt Greenwood,
Britisli Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.
Domestic, One  Yotir 12.00
Six Months il.iHI
Foreign, One Yenr J'2.50
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates lurnislied on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except at lull
rates.
Legal notices 1(1 and 5 cents per line.
SATURDAY, JANUARY 19. 1901.
The city elections on Thursday can
not be claimed as a victory [or either
party. The supporters of Dr. Jakes
won in the mayoralty contest, hut lost
Aldermen Bannormen and Cropley. The
defeat of Alderman Bannerman can be
accounted for hy hick of organization.
The supporters of Dr. Jakes voted all
sorts of combinations instead of plumping for Bannerman, or voting Banner-
man and Naden, while the supporters
of Mr. Ross voted the straight ticket���
Kirkwood, Miller and Naden. In the
South ward, where the supporters of
Mr. Koss had only one candidate in the
Held, they gave 44 plumpers to Mr. Caulfield. This was about the vote received
by Mr. Koss in that ward. In this ward
also the supporters of Dr. Jakes voted
for the individual and not the ticket.
The combinations were Cropley-Sulli-
van-Sutherhind, Cropley-Caulfield, and
Caulfield-Sullivan-Sutherland. The vote
in each ward goes to refute the arguments of Mr. Koss and hss supporters
that Dr. Jakes was brought out by the
Hardy party. Personally we are sorry
that. Aldermen Banueruian and Cropley
have been retired, as both were able and
conscientious workers in the council. As
a whole, the new council is a good one,
and may he depended upon to look carefully after tlie city's interests.
As both parties in municipal politics
can claim a partial victory, there is no
reason why the feud should notecase, and
all work liarmonously for the hest interests of the city. The supporters of Dr.
Jakes should he satisfied in so far that
they were successful in his election, and
the supporters of Mr. Koss, having a
majority in the council, should also he
satisfied.
The candidate of the Labor party in
Yale-Cariboo. Chris. Foley, has accepted
a position on the Chinese commission,
made vacant by the resignation of
Ralph Smith, M. I'. In other words he
has gone over to the enemy. And yet
people wonder why workingmen are not
always enthusiastic over labor candidates.
The Nelson Board of Trade is not anything if it is not a political organization,
ItB usefulness has been killed because of
its constant tried ling with questions that
are political. At its last meeting a
resolution was passed  that in  no way
concerns the business interests of Nelson, and it was passed at the suggestion
of men who want to score a point in politics. In every province in the Dominion, the supreme court has one place at
which its sessions are held. In the
province of Ontario, where there is surely as much litigation as there is in
British Columbia, the supreme court sits
at Toronto. But in British Columbia, a
silting is held at Victoria one month
and at Vancouver the next month, yet
these two places are not more than 80
miles apart. If this is n statement of
fact, in what way arc litigants saved expense because of the supreme court being required to he constantly ou the
move between Victoria and Vancouver.
There might be reason in such an argument, were the sitings of the supreme
court held at Nelson and Vancouver,
two places 400 miles apart. Then liti
gants would possibly save something in
the way of traveling expenses of their
lawyers. The judges of the supreme
court are unanimously against being required to sit, at two places; they claim
that it is not in the public interest to be
required to do so; but, then, what signifies the opinions of such men as chief
jus'.ice McColl and Mr. justice Walkem
and Mr. justice Drake and Mr. justice
Irving and Mr. justice Martin when they
conflict with the opinions of ihe learned
gentlemen who manipulate political
questions at meetings of the Nelson
Board of Trade.���Tribune.
Fnr fl 4lR$K ^ifi^ Fppp
Scientific Examination
Of Your Eyes 	
Miller Bros. Will Serve You
For Drugs, Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, etc.
Eor Expert Watch Repairing, Diamond Setting and Engraving, and Careful Compounding of Prescriptions, Miller Bros, of Greenwood, B. C. are First and Foremost	
ABOVE   ALL   COMPETITORS.
CASH QUOTATIONS,
The old time prices must be done
away with. We wast rour cash trade
and are willing to quote you prices lower
than you ever heard of before. Read
our prices:
Cranberries, per quart,      loe
Potatoes,  lOOftis  $1.50
Raisins, seeded, 1ft. package,      15c
Raisins, cooking, per pound,      10c
Currants, cleaned, 1ft. package,...    20c
Currents, per pound      16c
Codfish, per pound,      10c
Salmon, percan,     I5c
Herring, fresh, per can,      15c
Herring, tomatoe sauce, per can,..    20c
Muddies, percan,     20c
Bloaters, percan.      20c
Tomatoes, percan,      15c
Peas, percan,      15c
Corn, per can      15c
Beans, per can,      15c
Butter, creamery, per pound,      35c
Cream, per can,      15c
Cream, 7 cans,  $1.00
Sugar, 12 lbs. for  $1.00
flour, per sack, Gold Drop  $1.40
Hour, per sack, Hungarian  $1.60
Salt, per sack,      10c
Coal oil, percan,  $2.00
Apples, first-class, per box  $1 90
All other goods at a big reduction  at
BANNERMAN BROS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
THE   BEST   HEEK   IN   TOWN'   IS   MADE    BV   TIIK
Elkhorn Brewery,
ASK    FOR
PORTMANN BROS. & CO.,   Props.
glkhorn
Lager
Deer.
PATRONISE
HOME
INDUSTRY.
The Elkhorn Lager Beer contains
snly pure Malt and
Hops.   Try it!
It Is kept on
Draught or in Bottles by all the Lead
ng Hotels in this
District.
rrb^oTJTroTTbnrb'oTmrra
Cable Address  "Maori."
Code--" Moreing & Heal,   e>
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Ladies' Fashionable
Store.
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Christmas has Goxe and we are
Still Here and we wish you all
a Happy New Year	
Anyone wishing to get something J
nice, for their  friends   for   New ��
Year's it will pay them to call and S
Bee our goods before buying else- s
where  ��
Everything at Rock Bottom ��.
Prices. 5:
Ladies, do not forget this in the s.
>      Millinery Department as well. ;:
%   G. R Williams'   I
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S The Up-to-Pate Store 2
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Boundary Creek Loan an(l Mercantile
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THOMAS MILLER, Manager
.TO LET.,
BUILDING Suitable lor
Stores or offices, lot on
Copper  Street,  easiness
Centre.
...FOR SALE..
Well Famished Five-
Koomed House.
EAST TERMS OF
PAYMENT.
GREENWOOD, B. C.
^.9Ji_��J_UJUUUUU.SUUl^^
The gem restaurant
Jp'LUNCH COUNTER,
Copper St., reenwood.
9 Open Day and Night.
��� Lunches Put Up. **
�� Meals at All Hours.
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g   WE BUY SELL OR EXCHANGE EVERYTHING ��
| ...OR ANYTHING...
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1     The New and Secondhand Store
�� A. L. WHITE &. CO. H
3   V. & N. 'PHONE 106. GREENWOOD STREET.     3
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A. R. ��S_ A. M.
GREENWOOD LODGE No. 28, A. F. <fc A. M.,
G. XX. B. C. Regular Communication in Masonic
Temple, Government street, lirst Thursday In
each month.   Sojourning brethren invited.
('. SCOTT GALLOWAY, W. M.
M._. MILLER, Secretary.
W. R. OR A_.
WESTERN     FEDERATION   OF   MINERS- .
The Greenwood   Branch  ol   the   Federation
meets hereafter   In Union hall, Silver street,
at 7:30  p.  ni. every Saturday evening.
M. H. KANE, Secretary.
K. OR P.
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HKRKnY GIVEN that application win be made to the legislature of the
Province of British Columbia at its next
session lor an act to Incorporate nn association
to be known tit; the "The British Columbia
Mining Association," tlie said association
being founded for the following purposes,
namely: First, to promote the arts and sciences
connected with the economical production df
valuable minerals and metals by means of
meetings for the reading and discussion of
practical papers and the subsequent distribution of such Information as may be gained
through the medium of publication. Second���
the establishment of a central reference
library and a headquarters for the purpose of
this organisation. Third, to take concerted
action upon such matters as affect the mining
and metallurgical industries of the Province of
Hritish Columbia) and to encourage and promote these Industries by all lawful and honorable means.
Dated at Kossland, B. <"., December 15, 1900.
DALY _e HAMILTON,
Solicitors for Applicants.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAND FORKS,
Manufacturer. A(| Kjn(js of Carbonated Beverages,
Sole AgontS fur THE LION BREWING CO., Rossland B.C.
Tho Largest Brewery in British Columbia.
JAS. McCREATH & CO., Proprietors.
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Established 1886.
Incorporated 1895.
McLennan, McFeely & Co., Ltd.
DAWSON, W. T.
VANCOUVER. B. C
GKEENWOOI) LODGE NO. 29, K. OF P., meets
every Wednesday evening at 7:30 in tbe Masonic hull, Greenwood.    Sojourning brethren
cordially invited.    D. A. MACKENZIE, c. C.
A. S. EMBREE, K. R. _ 8.
Real Estate
Mines   and Mining.
THE MART
GAUNCE   &  WICKWIRE.
GREENWOOD. B. C.
McElmon
THE WATCHMAKER
Is now locatw-d on Greenwood street
Copper Street,
Greenwood.
YEARS
EXPERIENCE.
35
Full assortment of material and tools U
rlo correct, work.
Canadian
...Pacific
And Soo Line
First-class sleepers on all trains from
Revelstoke and Kootenay
^C^_.     Landing
TOURIST CARS
Pass DunmorO .1 unction daily for St. Paul, Hat-
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McKinney and Colville reservation
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Certificate of Improvements Notice.
PLUTO MINERAL CLAIM.
Situate in the Kettle river Mining Division
uf Vale District. Where located���In Dead-
wood camp, adjoining the Peacock mineral
claim.
Take notice that I, Sydney M. Johnsoni as
agent for M. M. Welch,free miner's certificate
No. 1*8,189, John P. Anderson, free miner's certificate No. K2!t.7-.7, and Frederic Keffer, free
miner's certificate No. ba8,297, intend, sixty
iv- from tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mining
Recorder fnr a certificate oi improvements, for
the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the
above claim.
And further take notice that action under
section   :17,   must he commenced   before   the
Issuance <>f such certificate of improvements.
Dated at (ireenwood, B. (.'., December20.1900
5W ���     8YPNJ5Y M. JOHNSON I
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
A   PUBLIC   LIBRARY. WKt
The ladies of tlie \V. C. T. U. wish to
thank all who so kindly responded to
the appeal for financial aid fur the purpose of organizing a reading room in the
city. We still need a numberof monthly subscriptions and donations before the
work can be undertaken, and feeling
that many well-wishing citizens, with
whom we have not had the pleasure of
a personal interview, would be pleased
to assist in this forward movement, we
hereby invite all who have not already
done so to take a "share" in this enterprise and place their names together
with the amount subscribed or donated,
on a subscription list which they will
find at Miller Bros' drug store. Donations in the form of picture?, l>onk��,
chairs, tables, rugs, games and subscriptions to magazines and newspapers are
also accepted with due appreciation,
and anv who desire to help in this way
will kindly make it know by means of
the subscription list at Miller Drugstore.
This is to be a public reading room,
(and we hope a nucleus of a public
library,) supported by means of monthly subscriptions and donations; therefore
we ask the financial and friendly support of every citizen, in order to make it
a success and a credit to the city.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA   POETS.
It is doubtful if any section of the
dominion of Canada can boast among
its citizens a greater number of writers
of verse who may rightly be counted true
poets than can British Columbia.
Whether it be that residence among hte
majestic mountains, the odorous pines.
and within sound of the surging sea if
in itself an inspiration to higher and
nobler accomplishments is subject for
debate. Some will contend no doubl
that the poet will find beauty and mat
ter ior idealization in any land or an)
surroundings. Given a poetic disposition, there must, however, be higher
stimulus to noble accomplishments in
such environments as this favored province boasts than are offorded in any
other part of Canada. It is true that no
"great" poet has yet arisen in this province to amaze and delight the wide
world with his songs, and hearten the
universe with his sweet philosophy.
There are more than a few nevertheless
who have written their names somewhere on the scroll of fame, and who
may be looked to for further triumphs
in the years to come. Of these Captain
Clive-Phillipps Wolley no doubt stands
at the head today, his spirited ballad of
Britain���The Sea Queen Wakes���having
stirred the pulses of Britons wherevet
the flag floats, and even so cold a critic
as the London Times having ranked it
with the bent of Kipling's verse. Then
there is Eric Duncan, of Como.v, whose
treatment of Norse legends is both
scholarly and powerful���so much so as
to call forth favorable comparison with
the best classics from Prof. Goldwin
Smith and others squally competent to
speak. Mrs. (Dr.. Lefevre has brought
credit to Vancouver by the graceful and
much admired products of her pen, her
style being both natural and picturesque. Upon Lemon ereek in the Slocan
lake district a certain Mr. Ferguson occasionally gives to the world samples of
charming verse that evidence remarkable versatility, together with admirable
choice of just the right words, his Dnini-
monesque version of how Sandon "kep'
de firs" being treasured in many scrap-
books, while his ode to the new century
shows distinctly that his art rises above
the level of comedy In verse. There is
another true poet making his home at
Duncan, on the E. & N. railway line.
His "The Christmas Card,'- published
about fifteen months ago, being a true
gem of pathos, while other and later
and further work distinguishes him us a
humble member of the family that lovingly regards Eugene Field as its founder and its head. Miss Oiirrie; "A,l!."
whose humorous work in The Outlook
makes his anonymity the more regret-
able; J. F. Bledsoe, whose Gia-Wak
contains sum ��� of the mosl beautiful
samples of effective metaphor in recent
work of the kind, besides which it murks
the first endeavor to exploit the fertile
literary field that the legends of the
northern const Indians provide; Mr.
Taylor, of Victoria���half u dozen other-
might he mentioned, All have produced
work that deserves to live. Best of all,
they themselves are living, and the
world of readers may reasonably hope
to receive yet other verses from their
pens.���Province.
Ito keep the knowledge of such  a cinch
as this to himself until it  was too  late
jto be useful! But just, to think of what's j
,been missed ! ! !	
Bannerman Bros, have just, received a '
,carload of fine apples; $1.90 per box.
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I    have   made   arrangements    with
.1. C. LANNERBERQ.
the Eye Specialist of Rossland, B. 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 cases,
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
ifraid thev can never leave theiii off
igain." To fight against the assistance
vliieh art may supply in this direction
s absurd. Why should not they be
worn through life, if by their aid discomfort is removed and siuht 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 properly fitted will give instant, relief, and
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MINERAL ACT.
TO 10UIS MEYER AM) JOHN HASSE.
Take notice that J have caused to be done on
the White Horse mineral claim situate in 1 op- j
per camp, In the Kettle river mining division !
of Yale district, British Columbia, the work re- j
quired by section a4, ol tlie Mineral Act for the
year which lias expired, and have expended
tor such work and fur recording the certificate I
thereof the sum of $102,60, and that if. at the expiration of ninety days from the date ��f the
lirst publication of this notice, you fail to contribute your proportion oi such expenditure,
namely, the sum of $25.62 each, together with
all costs of advertising, your interest iu said
mineral claim stall  be liable  to  forfeiture as
provided  by the "Mineral  Act Amendment
Act 1900."
Dated thfsSrd dav of October, 1900.
B. ... WOOD.
Spokane Falls &      j
Northern Railway Co.,
Nelson & Ft. Shephard Ry. Co.,
Red Mountain Railway Co.
The only all rail route between all
points East, West and South to ... .       '
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intermediate Points.
Connecting
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CONNECTS At
Nelson with Steamer for
Kasio ;;.]d. Kootenai Lake Points.
Connects at Myers Falls with
Stage Daily for Republic,
And Connects Daily at BoBsburg
Stage Daily for
GRAHD FORKS and GREENWOOD.
Effective Sunday, Oct. 21,1900.
Correct Time Card te Read as Follows.
Leave Spokane 10:46 p. m
Leave Northport  '>:.r>n it. in
Arrive Rossland  7:80 a. in
Leave Rossland 11 :ou p. m
Leave Northport 12:45 a. m
Arrive Spokane  7:03a, ni
(Trains Nos,-BS and B4 nigh I train,
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(iranil Forks Gazette: "Another of tlie
pencil pushers nf the Boundary h: s
succumbed to the charms of matrimony ,
G. M. Grouse, of the Midway Advance,
Having gone east tn take until himself
a better half. Tbe Gazette wishes the
lucky man much joy. Tbis only leaves
two of ti8, Bre'r Grier; which one will
go under lirst." The Miner concedes
the right of way to tlie Gazette.
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In Camp Hedley close to the Nickel Plate mines and Stirling Creek
and location line of the C. 6c W. railway, half way between Keremeos
mi]), situated
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Town Lots Now mi
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An editorial philosopher of Toronto
asserts that "most ancient custom requires that on tbe first day of a new
century the ladies are required to kiss
their New Year's cullers." Its oul;
eastern man who would be meanenou
aud 2.
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Inside Lots $75, Corner Lots fido.    Size of Lots on  business streets 25 \   100 feet
other streets 50 x 150 feet.    Terms, one-third cash, balance in thn e and six months at
annum.    Ten per cent, off for cash.    For further particulars apply to
H. M. KEEFER & Co., Greenwood, B. C FRANK <*ASLEY & CO.,
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Ledgers, Journals,
Cash Books, Record
Boooks, Memorandum
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in a great variety of sizes and grades���
prices accordingly,
Whatever your requirements may be in
blank bonks und ollice supplies
ivp bave it.
DIARIES for 1901.
Save  money   by   buying   yonr  Books,
Stationery, Office Supplies and
Wall Paper from
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'Phone, V. & N. 34.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
M. E. Miller nnd Mrs. Miller left Ibis
week for a trip to Walla Walla, in Eastern  Washington.
C. H. Vedder returned this week from
the Coeur d'Alenes, w here be bad been
a witness on a mining case.
Clive Pringle, of the firm of Pringle &
Whiteside, left Thursday last for a visit
to bis old home in Coburg, Ont.
The late E. A. Bielenberg was to have
been married to Mrs. C. H. Shepley,
wi 'ow of the late Captain Shepley, this
month. Mrs Shepley has charge of the
mourn in the National building.���Com.
R. G. Sidley, J. P., of Sidley, B. C,
was a visitor to the city the past week.
Mr. Sidley is one of the oldest settlers
In the Anarchist mountain district, and
has acted as a justice of the peace for
the past five years.
.1. C. Lannerberg, tbe oculist, returned
the past week from Grand h'orks, where
he has been doing a rushing business.
He will remain in Greenwood for the
next tbree or four weeks. His office is
in J. I.. White's drug store Copper
street.
E. Jacobs left for the const today. Mr.
���Jacobs is preparing an article on the
mining industry of British Columbia,
for Eastern parlies interested in mining,
and in order to make the article complete it was necessary to visit tbe provincial mineralogists' office at Victoria.
Three shrill whistles from tbe compressor at the Brooklyn mine, gave a
general alarm, and business men and
miners off shift, were soon rushing to
the scene of the fire, to save whatever
could be dragged out of tlie burning
buildings. By tbis time th.' entire upper Moor of McBean's building was a
roaring furnace, belching forth from tbe
front and rear, and it was evident there
was great danger of tbe entire built up
portion of Dominion avenue beings wept
away on both sides.
We have lo apologine lo our readers!
I'>r the delay in Issuing this week. This
wus caused by having lo issue a campaign sheet the day previous to rtle'cliibi,
made neceM&fy in order u> refute misstatements made in a special issue of the
Times published on tbe 14tb inst. However this issue is much nearer on time
than the majority of our subscribers.
Since the last notice appearing iu the
Miner two weeks ago, six delinquent
s il'scribers have paid up, leaving 34(1 I
ei in arrears.
rin- British Columbia Copper Company has purchased a 250-light Westing-
house dynamo, with a full complement
of are and incandescent, lights and a 25
horse power Armingtnn & Sims' engine
lo run the dynamo. Tbis additional
plant is now on the way and imniediat-
ly after arrival it will be installed at the
Mother Lode mine, near (ireenwood,
the electric light plant now in operation
not being of sufficiently large capacity
to meet the fast increasing requirements,
both above and below ground at tbis
mine.
Following registered at the Imperial
the past, week: F. Fletcher, Spokane;
���las Hawley, Denver, Colo.; John M. 0'
Driscoll, Summit, camp; W. C. Hoover,
Butte, Mont.; T. P. Mclntyre, Winnipeg; L, Marks, Victoria: (1. A. Rendell,
Eholt; R.G. Sidley, Sidley, B. C.; H.
H. Reeve, John C. Watson, St. G. Harvey, J C. Vance, Nelson ; S. J. South-
cott, Victoria; S. T. Patk, Grand Forks;
Geo. Riter, Copper camp; D. Rabbitt,
Okanagan, B. C.; Jas. R. Brown, Fair-
view; E. C. Brown, Mascow, Idaho; W.
G. Mackenzie, Vancouver; Ed. A. Main,
Midway; J. A. Miinsi.n, Carmi; J.
Gibson, Grimsby, Ont.
R. F. Coates has been awarded the
contract for hauling from the railway to
the No. 7 mine, in Central camp, between 70 and 80 tons of machinery,
bricks, etc. The plant, which is now in
Greenwood, includes a straight line
class A air compressor, capable of running three to four E 24 drills, two
machine drills, a 100 horse power horizontal return tubular boiler, a I.idger-
wood hoist, 500 feet of \ inch steel rope,
four ore cars, a shaft skip, three pumps
���one sinking, one boiler feed and one
tank,���1,500 feet of pipe and 1,000 feet
of steel rails. The teams will have back
loading of ore for the smelter at (ireenwood. Some 14 men are now employed
at the mine.
BLOWN TO ATOMS.
The old idea that tbe body sometimes
needs a powerful, drastic, purgative pill
lias been exploded ; for Dr. King's New
Life Pills, which are perfectly harmless,
gently stimulate liver and bowels to expel poisonous matter, cleanse the system
and absolutely cure Constipation and
Sick Headache. Only 25c. at Miller
Bros', and J. L. White's drug store.
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J. L. COLES,
Books, Stationery, Wall Paper
and Office Supplies.
rO those to whom the subject of
personal appearance counts
but little ; who know nothing
of ennunciation as a fine art; who
never plan for future comfort and
health, or with whom hygiene and
cleanliness is a vague " fancy unworthy of serious consideration, a
tooth is of little value.      .
Millions of teeth are being sacrificed because the masses do not
know the possibilities of the dentist's art. Thousands are suffering
agony untold because they do not
know where to get relief, or have
not the educated courage to apply
to a dentist. Occasionally people
suffer from causes that we should
understand and be able to remedy
better than any others.
Unquestionably, if all the various
offices of the teeth were fully comprehended, the really small amount
of attention which is necessary
would l>e cheerfully bestowed.
CASH OTJOTATI0NS.
The old time prices must be done
away with. We wast, rour cash trade
and are willing tp quote yon prices lower
than you ever heard of before. Read
our prices:
Cranberries, per quart,      15c
Potatoes.   1001-8.,  $1.50
Raisins, seeded, lit', package,      15c
Raisins, cooking, per pound      10c
Currants, cleaned, 1 Hi. package,...     20c
Currents, per pound,       15c
Codfish, per pound       10c
Salmon, percan,      I5c
Herring, fresh, per can      15c
Herring, tomatoe sauce, per can,..    20c
llnddies, percan,      20c
Bloaters   percan     20c
Tomatoes, per can      15c
Peas, percan,      15c
Corn, percan      15c
Beans, per can,      15c
Butter, creamery, per pound,     35c
Cream, per can      15c
Cream, 7 cans,  $1.00
Sugar, 12 lbs. for  $1.00
Flour, per sack, Gold Drop  $1.40
Flour, per sack, Hungarian  $1.(10
Salt,  per sack,      10c
Coal oil, percan,  $2.00
Apples, first-class, per box  $100
All other goods at a big reduction at
BANNERMAN BROS.
CASH GROCERY,
Copper St., Greenwood.
rOR instruction on tlie
Violin, Piano, Mamlo
lin, etc., see Prof. Kiiul'f-
mann.
Violins,    Mandolins   and
Guitars, from $5 up.
Greenwood Music Store
I have added to the equipment of my dental office an
apparatus for the administration of
Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen
for dental operations. This
is the latest, safest and best
method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal
of the pulp-���destroying the
nerve.
Dr. R. Mathison
Both 'Phones.       Greenwood.
Dank of Commerce.
Paid Up Capital, $8,1
Rest   ���   -   -  2,i
The Devel-
opment of our trade is the
result of right goods at   .    .
Right Prices.
We have just added to our
already large stock a fine
assortment of   .    .    ,   .
Xmas Candies,
Nuts, Fruits, Etc.
Head Office,  fOBOHTO.
.President Hon. G_o, A. Cox.
General Manager B. E. Walkbr.
Ass't. Gen'l. Manager.. .J. H.Plommkp..
...DEPOSITS RECEIVED..
Drafts andd Money Orders issued
papable at any banking point in the
world.
GREENWOOD   BRANCH.
D. A. CAMERON,
Central Hotel
VILLANDRE & MASON,
Proprietors.
Headquarters for Miners.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.
notice Is hereby given that tho partnership
heretofore subsisting between us, thu under-
signed, us butchers and moat vendors ut Camp
MeKinney, B. C, has this day been dissolved
by mutual cousent. All debts owing to said
partnership nre to be paid to Frederic W.
Swinburn nt Camp McKinney aforesaid, and
nil claims against the said partnership are to
I,e presented to the said Frederic W. Swinburn
by \( horn the same will be settled.
Hated at Greenwood, 11. 0��� this llth day of
December, A. II. 1900.
Witness J. p, FLOOD.
J. K. BROWN. F. VV. SWINBURN
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.
H. B. MONROE
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DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CIGARS
SMOKERS' ARTICLES.
DAWSON & CRADDOCK
In the Supreme Conrt of British Columbia:
Between The British Columbia Wholesale
Liquor Company, Limited, plaintiffs, and J.
A. Cameron and A. Branson, defendants.
In the County Court of Tale:
between  Tho  British   Columbian   Wholesale
I Liquor   Company,  Limited,  plaintiffs,  and
Artnur Branson. Defendant,
TAKE NOTICE thai, by virtue of a Writ of
fieiii facias Issued out of the Supreme
Court of British Columbia In the lirst above
mentioned suit, directing me to levy of the
goods nnd chattels of A. Branson the sum of
(828.20 and costs, und also by virlue of u Warrant of Execution, issued oul of the County
Court of Yale, In the last mentioned suit, dl-
Iroctlng ine to levy by sale of the goods and
' chattels of Arthur Branson the sum of $100.77
and costs. I have taken In execution and will
expose (or sale nt the Government Office,
(Ireenwood, on
Friday, the 25th Day of January,
Instant, at 11 o'clock iu the forenoon, unless
the above mentioned amounts and ull costs
are previously paid the mining interests of the
above defendant, A. Branson, in the mineral
claims named and known as Boulder, Fractional; Elk, Fractional, and Raven, all siluute
In Deadwood enmp, and adjoining the Morrison group of claims, and recorded in Ihe
Mining Recorder's Office, (ireenwood.
Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves
us to the Titles.
Terms ot Sale, Cash. F. M. ELKINS,
Deputy Sheriff.
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FURNITURE, CARPETS
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Bedding, Etc.   Pictures and Picture Frames.
T. M. GULLEY & CO.,
Funeral Directors and Embalmers.
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