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The Greenwood Mixer
Published   Weekly.
Vol. III. No. 20.
Greenwood, B. C., May 18, 1901.
Per Year, 52.00
JEWEL GOLD MINES
An English Company Formed
to Acquire and Work the
JEWEL  AND  DENERO  GRANDE
In Long Lake Camp���Formation and
Vein Characteristics of the
Ore Bodies
The Jewel Gold Mines, limited, is the
name of a company organized in London, England, witli a capital of ��80,000
($400,000) in 80,000 shares of ��1 ($5)
each. Of the shares 1)0,000 wen; issued
as fully paid up, in payment for the
mining properties acquired, and the remaining 20,000 were offered for subscription at par. The company was formed
for the purpose of acquiring the mineral
claims known as the. Jewel, Gold Drop,and
a half interest in the Denero Grande, all
situate in Long Lake camp, in tlie Boundary district; also a mill site on Long
Lake, known as and part of Randolph
Stuart's pre-emption.
The Jewel and  Denero Grande were
the first Long Lake claims to have development of much importance done on
them.   They  were  bonded  in 1896 by
Leslie Hill, C.E.,  for the  Prospecting
Syndicate of British Columbia, then represented  in  this province by Mahon,
McFarland & Mahon, of Vancouver.    A
small steam  hoisting   plant, the lirst
brought into tlie Boundary district, was
hauled from Greenwood to the Jewel in
January of 1897; and thereafter a lot of
underground   development    work   was
done, more than sufficient to demonstrate   that tlie Jewel  was a  valuable j.
property  antl   one   that    gave    much
promise of  proving a   payable   mine.
The Prospecting   Syndicate of British
Columbia eventually acquired the Jewel
and (iold  Drop claims and a half interest in the Denero Grande.   The other
half interest in the last-mentioned claim
is still held by C. J. McArtliur, of Greenwood.    In  September,   1898,  the Jewel
Development   Syndicate,  limited,   (tlie
vendors to the present company), obtained from  tlie Prospecting Syndicate
of British Columbia, limited, an option
on  the properties,  witli provisions for
intermediate working, the option  price
being ��28,500 (about $142,000), of which
,��1,000 were paid in cash as a forfeitable
deposit in  addition to ��3,000 having to
be expended in development and working, it also being part of the terms of the
agreement that  the purchasers were to
be entitled to the benefit of all ores or
other produce obtained  from the mine
since   May   24,  1898.   After  obtaining
this   option   the    Jewel    Development
Syndicate expended more than $20,000
in development   work,  principally upon
tho Jewel, and the results were so encouraging that  the option  of purchase
was  exercised.    In   this   position   the
Jewel Gold Mines,  limited, was formed
to acquire antl work the properties, and
the vendors,  who were   also the  promoters of the new company, fined the
sale  price at .��(10,000 ($300,000) in fully
paid up shares in the new company, the
vendors themselves thus having had to
bear the cost of all  their cash outlay
thereon,   whilst  tlie   new company became entitled to all the ore which, under
the option agreement, had  belonged  to
the  vendors.    Iu  addition  to the properties thus acquired  the new company
had  transferred to it at actual cost the
Massachusetts, Imperial fractional, and
Exposition fractional claims, which are
immediately adjacent to the Jewel mine.
Reports on the properties have been
obtained at different times from Leslie
Hill, C. E., Touzeau and Janson, Edgar
P.  Rathbone,  A. M. I. C. E., and D. J.
MacDonald.   The last named gentleman
was for a time inspector of mines for
British Colu inba and afterwards occupied
a responsible position with  the British
America Corporation at Rossland.    He
is well known as an authority on gold
mining in this  province.    Upon completion of his examination of the Jewel
Mr.  MacDonald  cabled  to   London  as
follows:    "Have carefully examined the
property.   The  mine is a dividend-paying  property.    I   estimate   the   ore   in
sight   at    Il.tHHt    tons.    Average   assay
value of ore in  (he  mine  is  $18,
repurt   is  sent  bv  mail."   The
to plans, etc., are here omitted) was as
under:
"Situation :���The Jewel mineral claim
surveyed and crown granted, is situated
about eight miles north of (ireenwood
City, in Long Lake camp, in tlie Kettle
River Mining Division of Vale District.
The elevation of this claim above Greenwood is about 1,400 feet, anil above Long
Lake, 260 feet. The Columbia and
Western railway passes along Eholt
creek, about four miles south of the
mine.
"Formation:���Tlie Jewel ledge occurs
in a granite fm mat ion. in some places
very materially altered, and cut by
several dykes having a distinctly por-
phyritic structure. About 200 feet north
of the south end line of tlie claim the
formation is considerably disturbed for
a distance of about 200 feet, and the
ledge has not been exposed hy the surface development in this area. North of
this area a ledge has been uncovered
in several places similar, in many respects, to the Jewel ledge, but differing
slightly in dip and strike. In all probability this is the Jewel ledge, and
future developments, especially with the
attainment of increased depth, will
prove those variations in dip and strike
to be merely local, and show the ledge
to have the same course as developed in
tlie southern portion of the claim.
"Vein OnARACTKRIBTICSI���The Jewel
ledge is a regular fissure vein, averaging
four feet in width, carrying a thin clay
gouge, witli a strike of about 10 degrees
west of north, and an easterly dip of
45 degrees, as developed by its main
shaft and   principal  levels,   while de-
lumber at a cost of $6 to $8 per thousand
feet. Water for domestic purposes is
obtained from what appears to be a
series of springs some 200 yards east, of
the mine buildings, while the mine
itself furnishes sufficient water for steam
purposes. The cost of mining supplies
has been materially lessened by the
construction of the Columbia and Western railway.
"Ore in SighttThere are upwards of
500 tons of ore ou the dump anil about
11,000 tons blocked out (or Insight) in the
mine. This is exposed by a shaft 234
feet in depth, a raise from the 234-foot
level to the 120-foot level, and drifts
north and south on both these levels.
The average value of the ore per ton of
2,000 pounds is $18.86. Total value of
ore in tlie mine and on the dump is
$153,640. From a macroscopic examination of the ore on the dump and in the
mine, it is my opinion that it can be
economically and successfully treated
by the cyanide process for the extraction
of gold and silver, and for an actual
test before a plant is erected I have had
the management ship to C. A. Luck-
hardt & Co.'8 Nevada Metallurgical
Works. San Francisco, California, a lot
of 500 pounds of the more heavily
mineralized ore taken from the different
parts of tlie mine. A conservative estimate of the cost of extraction and treatment of ore woultl be in the neighborhood of $5 per ton.
"Mill Sites: ��� Three mill sites unavailable, suitable in many respects for
the erection of cyanide plant. One is
on Granite creek, some 300 or 400 v ards
below Long Lake j a second  is at the
for a permanent working shaft than the
one on the extreme smith of the claim.
14) The sum of $60,000 judiciously expended woultl erect a cyanide plant, as
accompanying specification, instal the
new hoist antl boiler, and pay for developments advised above."
The list of assays, giving details of returns from 35 samples taken from as
many different parts of the mine (the
more highly mineralized streaks of ore
were purposely passed by without sampling), shows values in gold and silver,
chiefly the former, ranging from $1 up
$83. These give an average value of
$13.36 per ton of 2,000 pounds. Taking
tlie average value of the ore at $13 per
ton, with an output of 30 tons per diem
for 300 working days in the year, say
9,000 tons, the gross returns should he
$117,000, Putting tlie cost of extraction
and treatment at $5 per ton���$45,000,
there should, after the mine shall have
been fully equipped, remain a profit on
the year's work of at least $72,000.
Since Mr. MacDonald's examination
anil report the number of feet of development work done in the Jewel mine has
been more than doubled, the incline
shaft has been deepened to 348 feet, ami
at that depth drifts, exposing much ore,
have been run 78 feet north from the
shaft, and 68 feet south. At the 2311-
foot level drifts extend 740 north and
193 feet smith from the shaft, and a
crosscut from the north drift has been
driven 83 feet east antl 85 feet west.
Raises now connect the 230-foot and 110-
foot levels anil on up to the surface.
Additions have been made to the machinery  and   plant, which now consists
THE MORRISON MINE
Directors of  the  Company in
Greenwood.
VHE LOCAL H0LDEET OF STOCK
Invited to Meet Officers of Company
and Discuss Grievances���Work
Contemplated.
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BOUNDARY ORE 5HIPHENTS.
The tonnage of Ore shipped by Boundary District mines during    May to 9th inst., inolusive, so tar as
has been ascertained from the mines is approximately as under :
MINE. TONS,
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group  91656
Mother Lode  4,500
B C  2,105
Winnipeg   50
Total	
Shipments during 1900 and for four months of the current year ended Apri
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were a.'
1900
Old Ironsides and Knob Hill Group     64,535
B C     '9.494
Mother Lode       5,.s<"'4
City of Paris       2,000
Golden Crown       1,800
Winnipeg       1,100
Athelstan        1,200
Carmi	
Snowshoe  338
Brooklyn   150
Jewel  150
Sundry shipments        1,000
Total  97.593
Grand total to date	
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1901
73.522
���5.544
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223,978
velopments on the surface, on its northern portion show it to have a strike of
north 10 degrees east and a dip of from
50 to 60 degrees east. The vein tilling
or gangue is quartz carrying considerable
quantities of galena, zinc blende, iron
pyrites, antl occasionally, iu smaller
quantities, ruby silver, tellurium and
tellurides of gold antl silver, while free
gohl is of exceedingly rare occurrence.
"pKVKi.oi'MKvr: ��� The developments,
, uml  the third about
0 second, on  the east-
foot of Long Lake
3(HI yards above tl
ern side of the lake. The last-mentioned
site is by far the best and most advantageously situated with regard to the
Jewel property     A wagon mail,  having
an easy grade, can be constructed at a i pumps. A sawmill has be
moderate additional expenditure, con- [a road has been made Irmi
necting the new base of operations with
the reduction plant.   The length of tho
proposed wagon road would be about 2,-
fonsisting of a main shaft, seven feet  hy j 000 feet,   while   the   surface   tramway
three feet-six in tlie clear (well timbered [ would be 400 to 50(1 feet shorter,
and lagged), 234 feet in depth, on 45 de-1    "Rkcommkndationb :���(1) The erection
grees incline ; 600 feet of drifts and cross
cuts and 160 feet
raises ami  winzes,
of  a  30-ton  cyanide  plant at  as early
a  date  as   possible���lirst,   because   the
have  thoroughly  exposed  the vein and ; present condition of the  mine warrants
(from which details as to individual assays, places in the mine from which the
ore was taken for assay, and   references
blocked out the ore to that depth, and
for a distance of more than 100 feet each
side of the shaft. It is with much
pleasure that 1 note the increased
strength of the vein and the improvement in its general appearance with the
additional depth attained, since I visited
the property some fifteen months previously.
"Minimi Facilities: ��� Tlie mine is
situate in the heart of a timber country
and tlie claim, as well as the land in the
immediate neighborhood, is abundantly
clothed with tamarac, Ur and cedar.
especially adapted for fuel and mine
timber. Cordwood at pftgent costs from
Full j $2.50 to $3 a cord delivered at the mine.
report | An outlay of not more than $1,506 for a
portable sawmill and boiler, capable uf
sawing 8,60(1 to 10,006 feet per day,
wmild insure an adequate supply of sawn
its installation ; second, because the cost
of erection would be materially less during the summer months, (2) The installation of a  larger hoisting plant  at
the present working shaft, capable of i ing timber, a convenient mill
sinking to a depth   of  1,000  feet.    Im-  a plentiful supply of  water
mediately after this hoisting plant is installed the present shaft should be sunk
of a 60-horse power horizontal return
tubular boiler, a 25-liurse power upright
boiler, a 4-drill Rand straight line air
ci in pressor. 28 x III air receiver. 31,,
Little Giant drills, ���">x."> Bacon hoistiiiu
engine, two sinking ami tu-. other
11 purchased,
Ihe -halt Im
the mill site and about 180 tons of ore
have been shipped to Rossland im- treatment at the Silica reduction Works in
the vicinity of that town. Gilbert Mahon, the company's manager, is at pros-
eni mi a visit to England, whence he
went to consult the director- of the
company regarding future operations,
Speaking generally and hearing iu
mind that then- is a regular fissure vein
to work upon, there an- few properties
in tbe district better situated for cheap
mining. Having ample first-class min-
-it.- witli
from the
lake alongside and with railway communication now  provided  to  within  a
In the meeting held a fortnight since in
(ireeuwooil, to meet the directors at the
Hotel Armstrong mi Wednesday inorn-
ing to talk over the affairs of the company. This opportunity to obtain information was not, however, taken advantage of by local stockholders, In the
course of ci in versa tion with the directors
it was ascertained that they court examination and enquiry into the accounts
and expenditures of  the management.
They state that the total expenditure to
date, inclndlng all payments connected
with the purchase development ami
equipment ot the Morrleon mine, has
aggregated only $55,000, All costs of incorporation oi tin- ..Id .Morrison company and of organization ami incorporation of the present company are included in this amount.   Approximately
2.500 feet of work have been done iinder-
ground in development of the property
and a power plant, consisting of a 4-drill
Rand   Rtraiglil   line air compressor, a
Mllxlll air receiver, three machi Irills
a 30-horse power upright boiler, a 7x!l
double-cylinder Lidgenvood hoisting en-
1 gine. Snow bniier feci pump, and other
appliances have been installed. There
is a deal ..f ore showing in the mine
workings, an.I  now it is only   a matter
j of additional equipment and tin' putting
in of a railway spur, in cheapen the
cost of transportation, t" make the mine
a regular shipper. An 80-horse. power
horizontal return tubular boiler and a
No. 7 Cameron sinkim: pump have been
ordered and inure machinery and plant
will be added as circumstances shall re-
quire ami warrant tho outlay. They
point mit that they an- themselves comparatively larL'e holders of slock, so that
if it wen- practicable t" further develop
tin- mine without assessments they
Would be mily too glad to dispense with
them, No assessment was levied for a
time in the expectation that the arrangement matin with tlie S andard Pyritic
Smelting company ���ami which was
made in good faith by both parties thereto��� would he carried tn a successful issue and provide from the proceeds nf the
ore sufficient money to more extensively
open up  tin-  mine ami to ensure a con-
turn,
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June   respecti
a- announced  I
shareholders, pit
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menl work at th
from  th.-  mini- tn
add more machine!
will   lint    Is-   hllilt,
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at least 100 feet deeper and 300 feet of short distance of the mine, if   Mr.
drifts should be run at this  lower level. Donald-   recommendation    t.,   g
This develo| snt would almost double s nd shaft  al  the  north  end
the amount of ore insight.    (3) I would Jewel claim In- curried mit a- pari
also recommend that a shaft be sunk at future development,  an  output
least 100 feet in depth on the   north end
of the claim, about 400 feet south of the
north end line and about, where ihe proposed tramway would strike the   ledge,
and that the hoisting plant now in use
be installed thereon. Should developments from this shaft expose paying
ore this location would he more suitable
Mac
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tuns a day  should  In- quite realizable.
In  fact  in  addition tn its proved value
the property possesses great possibilities
and should hodmen dividend payer not
a great while after  work on  a mure extended   plan   shall   have    been    [airly
entered upon.
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I'W "Oil THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
May 18, 1901.
LARGE BODY OF ORE
In   the   Snowshoe    Mine   in
Greenwood Camp.
TWO   HUNDRED  FEET  OF  ORE
Exposed in One Crosscut-Continuous
Shipments Will Be Made in
the Near Future.
The Snowshoe mine, in Greenwood
camp, continues to open up very satisfactorily. To date about 5,100 lineal
feet of work have been done in development of the mine, nearly 1,000 feet being sinkine and raising, some 3,960 feet
crosscutting and drifting, and about 20ii
feet surface or open cuts, Latterly most
attention has been given to what i-
known as the railway tunnel audits
connecting workings. This tunnel has
been driven about -"inn feet into the hill-
Bide and from it several crosscuts have
been run both north and smith. Those
in the latter direction passe 1 through
the ore body in much less distance than
those to the north, This was only tn be
expected since the ore dips north, which
makes the property all the more valuable, the workings above referred to being in the southern part of the claim.
One north crosscut is in nre fnr more
than 200 feet. A raise to the surface for
air isabniit 2un feet on the incline and is
in nre all but a few feet where a shaft
was sunk some 20 feet to meet it. A
winze sunk from the tunnel level is
down 100 feet and a crosscut from the
bottom of this winze is now ill iiinre
than 100 feet. These several workings
have exposed a deal of ore and as the
development progresses much ore is being blocked out ill readiness for stoping
so soon a-the management shall commence shipping in quantity. So far
only shipments for test purposes have
been made nt intervals, the tonnage to
date aggregating only about 450 tons.
There is now, though, a large quantity
of ore accessible, so that whenever the
conditions, in the direction of freight
and treatment charges, shall better
meet the views of the management a
considerable and continuous output will
be quite practicable. .Meanwhile the
mini' i- being extensively prospected
and preparations are in progress towards
making ii a regular producer whenever
the time shall In- ripe inr this forward
movement.
MISSTATEMENTS.
The following is a copy of a letter that
appeared in last Sunday's issue of the
Vancouver News-Advertiser:
"Sir.���In the News-Advertiser of 3rd
inst., you repri-it from tin- (ireenwood
Times some information relative to the
mineral wealth of the Boundary district,
including the following incorrect statements : ' Practically there are only two
groups of regular shipping mines, the
Knob Hill and Ironsides and the Mother
Lode. Their tonnage exceeds that of
Rossland camp, although the latter is
several years older iu development.' As
a matter of fact there are three shipping
properties (regarding the Old Ton sides
and Knob Hill group as one, as is customary,) viz., the Old Ironsides group,
the B. C. and the Mother Lode. The
aggregate output of these several mines
to may 2nd, inclusive, is as under:
Tons I960
(���hi Ironsides group 04,536
P.. ('  19,404
Mother Lode 5,564
Total
Old Ironsides gro
It. (',
Mother Lode
Total
(lid Ironside- group
B, C,
Mother Lode
89,508
Tons 1901
74,707
15,022
19,560
109,849
Total tons
139,302
34,510
25,124
Total .198,942
It will be observed that in overlooking
the R. C the Times unintentionally, no
doubt, did an injustice to an important
mine, and the one, by the way that is
generally understood to have yielded the
highest general average grade of copper-
gold ore in bulk yet sent from this district to the smelters. The Mother Lode
is now sending out more than twice as
much ore as the 11. ('., so will soon take
Second place among the district mines
as regards output, yet even this does not
take away from the importance nf the
latter as one of the producing mines of
the tlistrict.
Regarding the relative positions of the
Rossland and Boundary mines in respect to tonnage, assuming that the
Times had in view, not what its statement appears to convey, the gross tonnage to date, but simply that of the
current year, the following figures will
illustrate the incorrectness nf  its  a.-.-.-r-
OPPO
Westward is your OPPORTUNITY!
The Town of Rendell, on the West Fork of Kettle
River is now on the market.
For the man of small capital it affords uuequalled
opportunity for sure investment.
With title perfect, prices low, terms liberal and excellent outlook, the sales are bound to be large.
the hills surrounding this new town are excellent mining
prospects. Several of them have already demonstrated
that they are mines.
The richness of the ore justifies hauling it at
present to Midway, by teams, over rough roads.
Good roads and railways mean fortunes. With
the immediate prospect of a railroad, for speculators in
real estate or mining properties, no place in the west
affords you an equal chance with
Prices will certainly be advanced on May 6th next.
Prices of lots from $75 to $175. Terms one-third
cash, one-third 4 months, one-third 9 months.
For particulars see the Townsite Agents
GAUNCE & WICKWIRE,
GREENWOOD and RENDELL.
I down Copper street past the Miners'
1 hotel, when said eayuse fell heavily.
"Rosie" was shaken, but, as he remarked, 'you can't kill a Frechman
that way," and he knows, for this is the
second time he has tried it. "Rosie"
declared the race off and then chastised
his steed for falling.
A wife-beater was up before the police
magistrate yesterday antl the case was
adjourned until Monday. This district
is becoming too highly civilized when
the police magistrate's assistance is required to suppress the practice of wife-
heatintt. Four years ago a family moved
into Anaconda the male head of which
was in the habit of " lickin' his wife jest
fur amusement and to show who was
who." lie had been resident less than
a week in the town when a committee
called on him and suggested certain lines
of conduct which society as then constituted insisted upon, the most, important
of which was that wife-heating wasn't
considered good form. After that call
wife-beating was not practiced in Anaconda.
STRIKE ON DALHOUSIE.
A rich strike was made on the I)al-
h ousie in Arlington mountain district,
about ten miles northwest, of Carmi.
The claim is owned by Thomas King
and .lame Morrison. The ore carries
high values in free gold, and iH said to
be the richest strike yet made in the
West Fork country.
tion in this connection:   The  Rn���land      For lessons on the violin, piano, man-
Miner gives the ore shipments of  Ross-  dolin, etc., see Prof, Kauffmann, Greenland mines fnr week ending May  Ith  as   wootl Music Store.
11,060 tons 'an unusually largetonnagej
and fnr the year In the same dale as 140-
589 Inns.   This is an  average of about
7,936   tons   weekly.     The   Grrenvvood
j.Miner gives the tonnage ni Boundary
Duncan Smith lefl Monday to attend
(irand Lodge, K. of I1., ai Rovelstoke, as
representative of < Ireenwood lodge
Friday evening next, -Ith inst.. Frank
lisirici mines to May 2nd (inclusive) as Earle, assisted by a number ol vaude-
111,899 tuns, which is an average of ville artists, will give an entertainment
ii, I2u tons weekly.    Th.- shipments fm-  in the Au'itorium,   See posters
the week ended May 2nd totalled  al t      ,���, s,,UvvlK   ,-,���. ,.lv ���;,,...������.,���  ������.
7'10�� t0,ns' w h' however, is somewhat   Camuli(lll geological survev, is  reported
under the average,  yet   not raffle tly   ,-,,,���,   v ������n���,.   ���,   ,l;m.   again   ���Ben
stricken with paralysis.    A   fatal   result
is feared.
\V. M. Desmond, of Clinton, Iowa,
hasbeen in thecity the past week visiting the mining camps nf the district
with a view in investing. .1. 1'. Flood is
showing him around.
>,i tn warrant even tin assertion that tl
tonnage of the whole district, not to say
that of'two groups of regular shipping
mines, exceeds that of Rossland camp.1
It is very gratifying to note that the
development of the mining and smelting
industries nf the Boundary district is
making substantial, though necessarily
steady progress, and the best that can; Alex. Lucas, who some lime since.
be done for the district is to avoid   mis-1 visited Greenwood  in  the  capacity   nf
statements and to discountenance 'booming' sn far as giving publicity In its progress is concerned."    Yours truly,
I'.. Jacobs.
THIS  AND  THAT.
Dr. Simmons, dentist, Rendell  block
Copper street, Greenwood.
Fresh Ice Cream   daily  at the  Candy
Factory.
Fresh Lemons, only 25c  per dozen at
Bannerman Bros
provincial organizer fm' the Liberal Conservative union nf British Columbia, has
been appointed mining recordor ai
Kaslo.
Specifications fnr the Plioenix-Summit
camp mad have been modified and time
extended to 21st inst. fnr reception of
tenders.   Specifications can  he seen  at
government   offices    Greenw I    ami
(irand Forks, and at the offl f   D.  .1.
Darrough, Phoenix.
Tin- Scotch entertain menl given
Thursday evening under the auspices nf
the local St. Andrew's society was well
patronized, As a story teller, Mr.
Spruce has  few   equals,  and  otherwise
tl ntertainment was excellent, with
ihe exception of the two numbers
"Annie Laurie" and "Afton Water."
'I'lic Rossland Miner states that the
total nf i he appropriations for roads,
trails and bridges iu the Rossland riding
is $3H,:illl> and I hat m' this amount the
sum nf $13,1150 has already been allotted
to the Trail Creek district. It is to be
hoped ihat ihe greater portion of the
remainder will he spent in the Boundary
district,
Horse stealing is becoming a profitable
business mi the rangeB around  Midway,
some fifty head of stock having been run
off this spring.    A   provincial  constable
should be stationed  at   Midway.    That
town being mi tin- international  boundary   line,  and  a converging point for
travel on the Kettle river and Boundary
creek,  is a   very  convenient place  for
persons t , temporarily  locate who  fre-
! quently find it necessary to change their
j allegiance, therefore it is necessary that
a constable should  be always on  the
: spot to guard against such characters.
���I. It. Desrosiers has come to the conclusion that he is a "no good sport."
11,' was trying the paces of his thoroughbred eayuse a few days ago against
Hi,is,' nf the favorite nag nf a well-known
mine manager, who resides in the suburbs  of  (ireenwood,   the  course   being
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Imperial:���Thos O Cray, Nelson: J
Peterson and wife, Pock Creek; Gavin
Spciice, Flora Macdonald, Edinburgh;
.1 W l.eathorn, Montreal; .1 A Munson,
Pass creek; ,1 F McMartin, Montreal;
\V G Mackenzie, Vancouver; .1 S Johnstone, Spokane: (' A Hale, W VV Dale, J
A Dale, Carmi; J P Vance, Nelson; (I
A Rendell, Eholt; st (ieo Harvey, Nelson; Jno M Scrafford. Kholt; .1 (i
VV hid wan. Toronto; 1 A Dinsmore
Grand Forks; ,1 Hillings, Nelson ; .1 A,
[lain, Midway : ,1 P Keans, Spokane:
Mrs W Olson, Spokane: Alex Olson,
Phoenix; VV Webb, Midway: A William-
son, Phoenix: W II Smith, Guelph,
Ont; M I. Wilson, (irand Forks; P F
Rcileard, Vancouver; II XV Gerhardt,
Winnipeg: II S Williams, Toronto.
Armstrong : ��� .1 li Greenfield, Vancouver: F 1. Thomas, Winnipeg; K.I
Wilson, Knoxville: W R Angus, Toronto; XV F. Drake, Vancouver; KW
Ruff. Rossland; ll Crawford, Summit
camp; II Johns, Sunset mine; J s
Clark, Seattle: s F Parrish, Summit
camp; A G Gamble, Nelson ; II F. Croos-
dale, Nelson; D A McFarland, Nelson;
,1 .1 Thompson, Vancouver; II S Wallace, Rossland; .1 W Astley, Rossland;
Ross Thompson. Rossland: .1 S C
Fraser, Rossland; P I'.unis, Nelson;
Blake Wilson, Nelson; .1 P Gutullius
and wife; Nelson: Colin (' Brown,
Rosslapd; P Silverthorn, Phoenix: John Kirkup, Rossland; A
McQueen, Martin Dunford, (irand
Forks;,I N Henderson, Vancouver; P
W A King, Snowshoe mine:; Jno Hun-
ner, T ,1 Graham, Roy Clarke, E K
Krwiu, F 11 Oliver, Spokane; Frank
Hemmenway, old Ironsides; Geo XV
Raithel, Chicago, III; 11 11 Shallenbeger,
Spokane; I! Plewman, Rossland; Wm
Desmond, Clinton, Iowa; A Stellwell
and wife, Toronto; A McAllister, Winnipeg,
JUlmacker & Wilson,
Greenwood, B. C.
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Tasbionabk tailors,
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The   Miner   Office,
GREENWOOD.
Transfer of Liquor License.
NOTKK is HKrEBY GIVEN ilmt tho under-
signed will apply t<> the Board of Licensing
Commissioners for tho City of Greenwood nt
the next regular meeting thereof, for a transfer
to Bongard and MeFadden of the license now
hold hy tho undersigned, to sell spirituous am!
fermented liquors, by retail, In and upon the
premises known as the Commercial llntei. Cop*
per street, Greenwood, B. U.        A.Branson.
Dated this llth day nf May. pun. ���;���.�� ^
May 18, 1901.
THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
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The flining and Commercial Center of the
Richest   Hining   Section    in
North America.
SIMILKAMEEN
CITY.
Situated in Camp Hedley, in the center of
the whole Similkameen country, midway
between Princeton and Keremeos on the
main wagon road, and location lines of three
different railroads, surrounded by rich mines
and connected with all the camps with good
roads and trails.
The Townsite Company own all the adjacent
land available for townsite purposes.     We
are not boxed up in a canyon and do not sell
lots on cliffs.
Lots now on the market and selling like hot
cakes.   Present prices are from $100 to $200,
one-third cash,   balance in  three and six
months.
In blocks 19, 25, 3 D, 24 and 30 on the main
street sold on building contracts only.
Buy early and get your choice.   On June 1st
they will advance 50 per cent.
For further particulars apply to II. M. Keefer, room 4 Wallace-
Miller Hloek, (ireenwood ; Ernest Kennedy tS Co., Rosslond, B. C.;
Chas. D. J. Christie, Nelson, P>. C.; A. G, Hammer, Spokane, Wash.;
.1. .1. Banfleld, Vancouver, B. C Agents in all Boundary towns as
well as in Ontario, England and Australia.
FRAINK   BAILEY,   Manager,
Room 4 Wallace-Miller Block, (ireenwood, B. C.
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RESTRAINING THE  DIRECTORS
From   Levying Assessments      Must
Produce   Books   for
Inspection.
A writ of summons iu the Supreme
Court of British Columbia has been
issued in the matter of D. McRae, W.
Twidcll, D. Barnaul, s, Dilsheimer,
Julius Ehrl'.ch, A. Mowat. .I.e. Ilelson,
(i. II. Collins, L. F. Tyson, F. Parker,
A. F. Sanderson, John McLaren. II. M.
Hendrickson, II. M. Keefer and Andrew
Safer, of Greenwood, registered shareholders in the Morrison Mines, limited,
on behalf of themselves and other registered shareholders in the said company,
plaintiffs, and K. J. Roberts, president,
and E. V. Krwin, Fred II. Oliver, T. J.
Graham and John if tinner, directors of
the said company defendants.
The writ bears the following endorsement: "The plaintiffs claim is on behalf of themselves and the other registered shareholders in the defendant
company for an injunction to restrain
the defendant's from levy and collecting
certain assessments on the stock of the
defendant company, numbered 10 antl
11, and for an order compelling the defendants to produce at the registered
ofHce of the defendant company the
register of shareholders and otlier hooks
of the company for the inspection of the
registered shareholders in said company,
and for a declaration that the defendants, K. J. Roberts, E, X. Krwin, Fred
H. Oliver,'!'. J. Graham and John Gunner have ceased to be qualified as directors of said company and said ollices are
vacant, ami restraining them from acting
as such, and for an order calling a
general meeting of the said company."
A PIONEER BANKER,
II ll. .Morris, of Vancouver, inspector
for Britisli Columbia of the Canadian
Bank of Commerce, came in on Thursday's  train.    Mr.   Morris,   who  at that
j time was manager of the batik's branch
at Vancouver, opened the (ireenwood
branch in the fall of 18!W, commencing
business here in the building since and
| until lately occupied hy the 0. I. ('.
second hand store. Those of Greenwood's citizens who were here at that
time will remember the race there was
between the Bank of Commerce and the
Bank of Britisli North America to be
lirst in the Held in this town, then
quickly developing into what it has
since become���the most important town
in the Boundary district, It happened
that both banks opened for business the
same morning, the Bank of Commerce
occupying what had been Danny Hicks'
restaurant and the Hank of British
North America taking possession of a
billiard hall. The news was immediately sent to tbe Bank of Montreal that
two other banks had invaded what had
previously been a Held practically
monopolized by that bank, whereupon
G. A. Henderson, manager at Vernon,
came down post haste with cash, stationery, books and a clerk and opened a
branch of the Bank of Montreal in
premises now occupied by Khrlich &
Humphreys. So it came about that
(ireenwood, which one week was without local banking conveniences (except
those then afforded by the liealey Investment company), was the next must
liberally supplied in this respect, Before Messrs. Morris, VV, Godfrey and
Henderson returned to their respective
posts they, with their several staffs,
were tendered a banquet by the dated
citizens, and truly "there was a hot
time iu the old town thai night." Later
the Bank of Commerce moved to the
commodious premises it now occupies,
whilst the erection of tile line Rendell
block gave the Bank of Montreal an opportunity of securing ollice- in one of
the best positions in the town, Mr.
Morris re-visited Greenwood in the fall
ef IHlio, by whicli time it had become a
very busy town. Now he finds it a center of industry and he is naturally gratified that his judgment in selecting the
town as the most promising one in the
district for his hank to seek new business in has been proved to have been
good, as witness the steadily increasing
business its branch :g doing in Greenwood and the surrounding district. It
may nol be out of place to hen- mention
that Mr. Morris and Mr. Godfrev were
live or six months ago authorized by the
editors of the "Journal of the Canad an
Bankers' Association"  to iirange for a
|comprehensive article i Mining   in
Britisli Columbia," and thev entrusted
the preparation of this important contribution, which will appear in tin- next
issue of the Bankers' Journal, to a resident nf Greenwood���E, Jacobs, Mr.
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May  iK, 1901.
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE f
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Capital, $8,000,000    -     -     Rest, $2,000,000
HOW. GEO. A. COX, President.   -   -   B. E. WALKER, General Manairer.
J. H. PLUMMER, Ass't Gen. Manager.
I    .1. W. H. SMYTH!-;. MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH
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.1. R. Brown. .1. I'. McLeoo.
McLEOD & BROWN,
Barristers,   Solicitors,
Notaries  Public,  Etc.
Naden-Flood block. Greenw 1,  B. ('.
E. JACOBS,
Accountant,
Auditor, Etc.,
Greenwood, B. C.
Real Estate
Mines   and  Mining;.
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GATJNCE   &   WICKWIRE,
GREENWOOD. B. ('.
li. A.OUERS, M. A. 11. A. OUESS, M. A.
QUE55 BROS.,
mihihg engineers, greenwood.
Assay, Anai.ysks, Reports.
Cyanide   Leaching.    Amalgamation
ami Concentration Tests.
Sampling of shipments to local smelters
supervised.
Greenwood Postoffice Mail
Service.
On nnd after Montlay, October IB, malls will
arrive and In- dispatched us follows: Mails
close for nil points east nnd west nt 1 ::t'i p. in.
AKItlVK. CLOSE.
I'hoonlx 1 ::in p. in 1 :i��i i'. in.
Anaconda l �������� p. in 1:80p. in.
Deadwood    8:30 a. in 8:80a. ra,
THE    GREENWOOD     MINER.
Published every Friday evnntng ��t Greenwood,
British Columbia.
J. W. GRIER Manager.
SUBSCRIPTION   KATES.
Domestic, One  Ymir  $2.00
Six Months 11.00
Foreign, One Yoar 12.60
Payable Invariably in Advance.
Advertising rates furnished on application.
No patent medicine ads taken except nt fall
rates.
Legal notices 10 and "i emits jut line.
BATORUAY, MAY is. 1901,
"Tiik Greenwood Miner and the
Greenwood Times have both recently
enlarged from four tn eight pages nf live
columns each, and an- a credit tn the
town in which they are published. It is
doutful, however, if either one can keep
Greenwood tn aid in tin- development
of the great mineral resources of the district. In tlie furtherance of this policy
the newspapers of Greenwood have done
their utmost, never speaking disparagingly of any section of the Boundary
country, and always furnishing its
readers with as complete and accurate
news nf the mines as it was possible to
obtain. Last week tlie Miner published
a review of the mining in the district,
from the pen of Mr. K. Jacobs, giving
the development to date as complete as
could he obtained. The citizens of
Greenwood have had printed and are
distributing 10,000 copies of tin's review
at the Glasgow exposition. This is
what the people nf Greenwood have
heen and are now doing for the whole
district. If Midway and Deadwood and
Kholt and Phoenix prosper, (ireenwood
being the commercial and banking
i center, and natural distributing point
fnr these places, will benefit hy their
j prosperity. Tlie papers of (ireenwood
! have long since passed the "parish"
j stage in their discussion of questions which affect the whole district. The editor of the Pioneer will.
i we hope, become mote liberal in Ids
'views as he becomes better acquainted
with the ways of people in a mining
camp. If the Pioneer enlarges, and
gives more accurate mining news than
it has been giving, the Miner will he
pleased with its increased prosperity,
hut exception will always he taken in
these columns to the very reprehensible
habit the Pioneer has nf moving winzes
about the country. Mining men arc
iahle tn have doubts as to tin- reliability
of mining news in a paper which moves
winzes about from camp to camp.
These little details will, of course, come
with experience, but in the meantime it
would he advisable for the Pioneer tn
employ some one conversant with mining conditions to look over its proofs.
A local mine manager recently purchased two burros and when he paid
for them the seller acknowledged receipt of payment for two "burrows."
The Phoenix Pioneer, which some time
since announced that a "winze" had
been removed from Summit camp to
Phoenix, now has company in tlie implied suggestion that a hole in the
ground is movable. Ry the way, tlie
Pioneer omitted to announce that that
same "winze" has since been taken back
to Summit camp hy John Horsey.
Now that the i
is over and tin
present laid at r
the  excellent   pace   they   have   set." ��� j direct public attention tn   the campaign
put up against that measure. Not once
were the strong arguments adduced in
its defense met witli counterarguments.
Instead, the honor of the ministry was
assailed ; it was hinted that they were
making an improper "deal" with the
('. P. R. : the catch phrase of "competition" was sounded in many keys;
abuse was substituted for argument,���
Vancouver Province.
Phoenix   Pioneer,    The   Pioneer   need
not over exercise itself about   llic ability
of the Greenwood papers "to keep up
the pace." ll is a matter which concerns only the people nf Greenwood.
We can assure the editor on top of the
hill, that the enlargement of the Miner
was not intended as a menace tn Phoenix or its little newspaper. Ihe (ireenwood Times, its editor informs us, was
also enlarged purely for business reasons
and not for the purpose of exciting the
envy or jealousy of the little editor of
the little paper at Phoenix. The increased size of both is due to the improved business and mining oiitlnok.
For the past four years (ireenwood has
been the business center of the Boundary country. Its business men have
been instrumental in having wagon
roads built to all the mining camps nf
the district. Even the wagon road
through Phoenix, tapping (Ireenwood
and Wellington camps, was built by the
citizens of (ireenwood. It has been and
is   now tlie  policy   of   the   citizens of |     Never  was
i'iWiViViiViVmi'iii'i��'m'rti'i4-.   of t he great truth   that   the   mining  in-,
Sj:  diistrv is in its infancy.    Solomon, in all ;
his glory, gazing with  rapture upon the !
gilded minerets of his  splendid temple,
never dreamed of the fact that the mines
of Ophir  were a   wild-cat   speculation
compared to the revelations nf wealth
that   would   punctuate   the future with I
exclamations of  wonder and  surprise.
The  well-healed  tnen nf ancient   Peru
��'-   piled high the product nf his Klondykes
S:   tn   tempt   the   brain nf Pizzarn into  the
!: germination nf a gorgeous impulse, and
g doubtless felt within his  per-colored
S.: heart that he had gotten the mining
S: - business down to fine point without the
;'I cyanide process Like Solomon he did
5 not live long enough to learn that time
must shuffle off a few desultory centuries before the milling industry would
he even iii its infancy. The same may
be said of the extravagant gold gentleman who formerly managed (he affairs
nf Persia, Egypt, Greece and Rome, who
had money tn throw at the birds in
their day and generation, and whose
prospectors were the lirst to start the
story about the Lost Cabin mine, which
has heen discovered regularly every
year since Cleopatra ruined Mark Antony with a wild cat deal. The wisesl
of the ancients left no records to show
Ihat thev anticipated a future greater
than the present in which they lived,
and apparently the idea never occurred
to the most farsighted thai the mining
industry would nol acquire its infancy
until the latter part of the nineteenth
century in the modern measurement of
time. Such, however, is the solemn
truth.
While mining has always been carried
nu. originally by the heathens and later
by the chosen of God, it was never conducted along the lines that meant the
actual and absolute extraction of ores
from a mineral Held, and therefore
could not. be dignified as a matured industry. It is now merely in its infancy,
instead of in its longchrysalliscondition
because modern scientific principles
have broken its shell. Ways and means i
have been discovered whereby gold can [
be recovered from any chemical condition in which il may be found anil j
usually with a margin of profit; excepting, of course, the large amount of juicy
wealth that issaiil to be secreted within
the waters nf the vasty deep. The
chemical processes already discovered
irresistibly lead tn the conclusion that
no form of the precious metal will long
escape the greedy fingers of man. Thus
it happens that no mineral field of the
past, operated hy crude antl unscientific
methods, can be said tn have been exhausted. In short, conditions are now
such that all the discoverable gold
locked up in the treasuries of Mother
Earth is in a fair way tn seizure before
the closing hours nf the next century
unless, indeed, the art of creating that
metal reaches a point that makes its
possession less desirable to mankind,
and the selfishness of the world takes
on another form.
The age of invention has locked arms
with chemistry in introducing the infancy of the mining industry, and machinery is playing a part of wonderful
proportions. Tin-re is not a gold country
in the world today that dues not claim
infancy in development ; and the same
is true as to other metals, subject to the
conditions of tin-markets. In tlie light
of modern progress the era nf worked-
nut mineral zone seems an absurdity.
Like the mines nf Cornwall, England,
whicli have increased their product for
thousands of years���like the copper
mines nf Michigan, which are sn deep
that the Chinese authorities nn the
Otlier side nf their shafts are likely tn
raise the question of territorial rights���
the quartz of the western American
mineral fields give infinite promise of
durability and wealth, and the infancy
nf mining bids fair tn develop intn a
splendid maturity that will give in the
world a commercial momentum never
dreamed nf in the golden eras nf the
past. ��� Western Mining World.
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line of Assay Supplies.
Quotations furnished to Mines
and Smelters.
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1'. A.  Danforth, nf  La Grenge, (3a.,
suffered fnr six i iths with a   frightful
running sore on his ley: hut writes that
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linn. William Mnlnck ! Seven miles of
stands! Cheering thousands! Eighty
thousand outside visitors, afew of whom
probably turned out to see II. R. II.,the
Duke and Duchess of York.���Toronto
Telegram.	
People who say that Ralph Smith, M.
I'., is no genuine workingman have
never heard him hustle on a job of
whitewashing for tlie Laurier government.���Toronto Telegram.
(let.   your    potatoes     at
Urns., only $1.80 per cwt,
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THE INFANCY OF MINING.
the world more conscious I (
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May 18, 1901.
THE GREENWOOD W��EKLY MIXER.
PRINCE AND PEOPLE.
In looking over an oM edition of
Shakespeare's works I was startled to
find in one of Jii��� plays passages whicli
might he taken to refer to an event
which lias only lately happened in
Greenwood, and whicli might interest
your readers. You arr doubtless aware
that Shakespeare has been termed a
prophet and seer, but, good heavens,
could he have had us and our little
world in his mind's eye when lie wrote
his play? The play is called "The
Prince and the People." The Prince
lias heen trying to gain certain concessions from tlie people but has twice
failed. Nevertheless, urged thereto hy
his High Chamberlain and various of
his ollicers, he is about to make a third
trial. The scene is laid in a country
that might he truly said to resemble
British Columbia. In Act 2, Scene 2,
which I quote, the scene opens in the
High Chamberlain's office,in the Prince's
Palace. The dramatis personal are:
Prince, High Chamberlain to the Prince,
High Chamberlain*! Secretary, Keeper
of the Treasury, Counsellors, Common
People, Friends of Prince, Bar Tenders,
Kte.
Act II, Scene 2���High Chamberlain's
office���Seated at the table as the curtain
rises: P., H. C. P., K. T., II. C. S. and
F, of P. Typewriter on L,
High Chamberlain Prince
Your Highness, if you will but deign to hear
I have it last thought on a plan, the mere
Telling of which, will Gauge your eyes toerlisten
With expectation for that fifty thou, so lisien,
I will dispatch my trusty secretary
You know how discreet he can be, and war���
With this your ehallange for the fnuil struggle
Relying on his ready wit to juggle
Porensieally with Its tonus and phases
Until he gets them lost within Its mazes,
Hut not one jot or tittle to abate 'em
Because it is a Prince's ultimatum.
a Httlo I've been doing at my leasure,
Assisted by your Keeper of tho Troasure
To pave the way, by setting up tho drinks,
Cigars, etcetera, yet not enough raethlnks
To be assured of linal
Prinre
Hold, enough,
This is tho same old game, the sort of stuff
Yon crammed me with before,to which I trusted
In my last two encounters, and wont busted.
No! No!   You've got to find some oilier plan
Than that of catering to tho inner man;
Something more lasting, something more substantial:
Lets say a share in all my schemes financial.
High Chamberlain Prince:
Well,   may   It   please Your  Highness,  I  was
coming
To that important part.   We have been drum*
ming
Into tbe People and their Representatives
How their existence hangs ou onk thut gives
Employment to the rascals, and the money
We tako from them,although it does look funny.
Enables us to keep them ai their labor.
There's nothing like a little Bpiee or flavor
Gleaned from A. Smith, whoso hook.   " The
Wealth or Nations."
rs " terra Incognita " to town delegations,
Hut I will leave it to my Secretary
And ask him to read over in a hurry
What he's prepared.
High Chamberlain Secretary J
Hem!   May it please Your Grace,
I've done my besl lo represent your ease
In  the host light possible, from our point of
view,
But first, I'm rather thirsty, wbal sny you?
All:
I'm witli you, mine is Scotch and soda, yours'.'
High Chamberlain Secretary:
Tin' Bamo, and waiter, let the brand be Powar's.
All drink success lo tbe cause.
That's better, now to business. I've prepared
A brief, in which 1 hope to got ensnared
Your draco's vassals, your rebellions People
Pd like to hang them to their own town steeple
Pvo warned thorn to beware of what will  follow.
How in the dust they'll have to get and wallow
Before your Grace, should you close up your
eastle.
Starvation be the fate of every vnssnl
Their industries will languish if you rage,
Compels you to withdraw your patronage
That   givinn    you   their   streets,   so   small   a
matter,
Its heen advised by even their own "1.bitter."
And surely their appearance you're enhancing
As up anil down your fiery steeds go prancing
As for the dough thai it will take to fix them
And this  is  really where  I try to mix them
They'll get it back, nnd more, in weakly wages.
My brief on thi* point covers several panes,
In short, in fact, I've gol it down sn pal
I'd like im wager "ith you lt neu but
That I will win the day.    What d'Mlhink?
Keeper of Treasury :
[t looks all right, now lei us have a drink.
Ami as the time approaches for the trial
I see it Is 7:30 by ili<- dial
We'll drink stl( ss tu lliis and all our schemes
And may tin' realization snip"-- our dreams,
All:
Amen!    Amen I     We   know    how   much   thai
means.
Prince to High Chamberlain Secretary :
Now go, and going mind yon i;ive (horn beans,
,11, C. S. exit to rollference.)
Prince:
I'm just a little anxious all I he same
For fear those pleheaussee our litile game
And turn tbe tables on us.   What's the measure
Of     OUr     pile     downstairs,    <>     Keeper    .if    the
Treasury?
Keeper of Treasury :
Vour Grace, ii measures just fi.ooo plunks,
No more, no less, all lying in their bunks
Peacefully al rest, the last of their race.
High Chamberlain Prince:
Take heart my Prince, you're Hoi the only ease.
We'll try to save what's left or leave (he place
Prince:
(Enter High Chamberlain Secretary inmi  con
lereliee.)
Good Heavens, man. whatever is the matter,
Vour look- d<> nol oneourage mo to Itattor
Myself thai I've won the ease,   Sny, quick, how
Koos if
High Chamberlain Secretary:
It does not go at all. 'tis 1 ivho-knows it,
They tripped  me up   first   thing    on   elause
the first.
I can't explain, my rage, or else my thirst
Chokes me.   Come, pass tbe bottle, let ns drink
And for the last time make our glasses clink ;
The knaves are at my heels.
Prince:
Tbey know their power
And would attack us In our Castle tower,
But I will fool them, let uh up and get,
Wo may save tbe  remnants ol my treasure yet.
What, bo!   Without!   Gel ready all our horses.
Warder:
(Enter Warder)
More need, my lords, to ready get your purses
The  crowd bare ta'en the gates, they're ia the
vault
And hunting for your gold amoag the malt
And other spirituous liquors.    E'en the wine
They're drinking as they get and note it fine.
What shall I do?
Prince:
Im?   Why, knock me cold
Have the liquors, but throw out the gold.
That we can gel from them some other way,
Hut liquor, such as that, not every day.
(Exit Warder.)
Prince:
Now, let me BOO, I think I'll goand speak
A few soft words, although my voice in weak,
Remembering wrath is turned by answer meek.
(Addresses   the crowd  from window - various
asides to his friends.)
My faithful people (damn them one and all)
I'm very glad to have you come and call
On me, your visit is quite opportune,
I hope you will repeat it (Just as soon
As I can make it interesting for you).
Meanwhile, as you are here, to what's in view
Just help yourselves (itsyour own any how).
Take all you want (They'll nothing leave I vow).
With your permission I will now retire;
He careful of the windows and of tire.
Good night my friends (and may the foul fiend
take you
And hold you safe).   Adieu!   Adieu!    Adieu!
(Hows himself back Into the room.)
A plague upon such scurvy sort of callers.
There goes the last of my .">.00i> dollars.
Our plans have failed���for your reward.   God
knows,
1 think I'll send for Uncle, pawn my clothes
And start afresh.   Now,all say what you tliink.
All:-
All right, old boy, let's have another drsnk.
End of Scene 2, Act ���_'.
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Situate  iii  tlie Kettle river Minnie   Division
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claim.
Take notice Unit I, Sydney M. Johnson, us
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r THE GREENWOOD WEEKLY MINER.
May 18, 1901.
LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Rendell now read v Gaunceix Wickwire
Switches, hair rolls,  fide coi
fancy hair pins, at G. I'. Williai
lis
The next sitting ni ll..' county court al
(ireen wu .1 is Bet inr Tnrsday. 30th
inst., nnd at Grand forks for Monday,
June Srd.
Tin' Crowell linns.', .Midway will be
prepared to accommodate all visitors
tn Midway nn the 24th, having enlarged
the dining room for the occasion.
Rev, VV. II. Anderson, Presbyterian
minister resident in Greenwood, returned Insl Saturday from the coast,
whence In- went to attend thu meeting
of synod,
Thn Anaconda Xews, a Lilliputian
newspapei published hy Robert Keffer,
aged nine, states thai last Sun.lay ufter-
lioon at ahniii 5 o'clock when N.Thnll
was returning tn tlie Nn. 7 mine, in
Central camp. Im met two bears, a Inn
one and a cub, within a half mile of the
mine.
The McDonald Bros., liverymen, of
Eholt, met with a mishap the other day.
They were engaged in putting a wagon
body nn wheels when the horses, which
were hitched up, became frightened and
bolted, In the mix up that full..wed the
hoys wero knocked about a hit, but fortunately escaped without serious injury,
II. McCutcheon has returned from
Rossland, whence Im went tn attend a
general meeting of the mining company
owning the John Bull mineral claim, in
the Burnt Basin district. A tunnel has
been driven about 200 feet and from this
a crosscut is now being run to intersect
the lodge, which it is expected will be
enl within :iU lent. Some good grade
gold-copper ore occurs on the John Bull.
A general meeting of shareholders in
the Western Copper company, owning
the Greyhound mineral claim, in Dead-
wood camp, is to he held at the company's office, Rendell block, next Monday afternoon at ','> o'clock. It. is understood that during the current week a
payment on account of this property
was made to John Morrison and Fred
II. Oliver.
Word has been received from Spokane
to the effect, that Martin Welsh, who
went to that city last month in order to
have special treatment lor an injured
eye, has had one operation performed
and was about to have another. He had
been suffering much pain, but was still
hopeful that he would not, lose the sight
of that eye, although the doctor could
not yet assure him that, the risk had
been removed.
Miss Maude Hills arrived in Greenwood by last Monday afternoon's train,
and was met at the depot by Alex. Olson,
of Phoenix. Later they were married
in the Presbyterian church. The bride
wore a very pretty dress of rudigore silk
trimmed with cream satin and silk
applique, She had heen a nurse for
Dr. Blackburn, at Butte, Montana, from
which town Mr. Olson also came. Next
day they went up to Phoenix where
they will make their home.
The department of customs has shown
its appreciation of H. McCutcheon's
zealous services as collector of customs
at (Ireenwood hy raising his salary.
This is a well merited acknowledgement
of Mr. McCutcheon's close attention to
tlie duties of his ollice, and one that his
many friends will have sincere pleasure
in congratulating him upon, the more
bo since he is uniformly courteous and
obliging in the transaction of business
with the public.
A man in the employ nf R, F. Coates
was the victim of an accidentia fortnight
ago, a result of which will he his disfigurement fnr Iii',-. II.- was hauling
lumber!.. Mr. Cnates's preemption, mi
Kerr creek, in llm hills SOU th west of
Boundary Falls, and was standing on
llm top of llm lumber, when he was
thrown violently to the ground, falling
face downwards on n slump or snag,
badly crushing his nose, tearing the
llesh away and breaking the bone.
The Methodist conference, held at
Nelson last week, decided to station
ministers   in   the   Boundary   district   as
as follows: Greenwood, John [). P.
Knox: Phoenix, (leo. B. II. Kinney,
under the superintendence of Greenwood; Grand Forks, J. I'. Betts. Rev.
I',. Hedley Balderston, B. A., will leave
(ireenwood for Victoria Kast about the
end of May. li is proposed to hold a
valedictory meeting before he goes in
recognition of his zeal.his labors in and
around (ireenwood.
\X. F. O'llara. an engineer connected
with the topographical surveys branch
of the department ol" the interior, arrived from Ottawa lust evening and
registered at the Imperial hotel. He
will have charge of 12 or 14, one nf
several parties who will be engaged on
the re-survey of the international bun-
dary line. He will commence his part
of this work nt Midway and will proceed    westwards to   the   Similkameen
On the West Fork of Kettle River
The Payroll City of West Fork.
Surveys Now
Being Made
Lots Will Shortly Be on the Market
Carmi City Adjoins the Group of
Claims of which the Carmi fline
is the center.
THE SHIPPING GROUP OF THE DISTRICT
Carmi is the mining center of the upper
West Fork country. The townsite
adjoins the Carmi mine, which shipped
2,000 tons of ore to the Smelter during
the past winter, and upon which development is being pushed in order to
be ready for continuous shipments when
railroad is completed to Carmi. For
Terms write
JAS. KERR,    JAS. C. DALE,
Greenwood, B�� C.
Carmi, B. C.
river where another party, to work eastwards from the coast will make connection with his section. After completing
ihe work to the Similkameen Mr. O'llara
will return to Midway and work thence
eastwards. lie will get. his men together and outfit his party here.
A CURIOUS FIND.
The New York Engineering and Mining Journal last week published a paper
on "A Curious Cupper Deposit in Chile,''
in the course of which the following occurs : 'It may be interesting to note
that a few months ago the body of an
Indian was found in one of the workings.
He had been killed by a fall from the
roof, while engaged in collecting ataca-
niite in a small basket, which was still
iu his hand, bis stone implements being
found alongside. The body is in a perfect state of preservation, evidently due
lo impregnation of the tissues by copper
salts, as well as to the antiseptic action
of the exceedingly dry climate. As
ihese mines were apparently quite unknown to the early Spanish colonists, it
is to he inferred that the body is of considerable antiquity; this is corroborated
by the style of dress (a waistcloth and
I two anklets) and hy the stone tools used.
The local belief is that it dates from he-
fore the time of the Spanish occupation,
say 1000, A. D. I see no reason to consider this improbable."
(let your seed potatoes at Bannerman
Krns.
THE WINNIPEG MINE
Richard Plewman  Visits  the
Property.
HAVE PLENTY OF ORE IN SIGHT
VICTORIA DAY  CELEBRATION
MAY,   24TH,   1901
AT   MIDWAY,   B.   C.
.   .   .PROGRAMME.   .   .
10:15   A.   M.   HORSE   RACES   AND   GENERAL   SPORTS.
Boys' Pony Race, one-quarter mile dash ifio.oil
Trotting Race, Single Driver in Harness  25.(1(1
Saddle 1 lo se Race, one-half mile dash  25.00
Trotting Pace, Single Driver iu Harness, 2nd heat	
Running Long Jump, three trials,   .   10.00
Trotting Pace, Single Driver in Harness, lin' heal	
1   P.   M.-BICYCLE   TRACK.
Bicycle Race, one-half mile and repeat If25.00
Ladies' Bicycle Race, one-half mile dash    10 HO
Bicycle Race, one-half mile and repeat, 2nd heat	
Men's Fool Race, 100 yards   10.00
Bicvcle Race, one-half mile dash   15.00
Foot Race. 220 yards dash  15.00
HORSE   RACES.
Free for All, one-half mile and repeated $100.00
Novelty Race, one-half   mile,   walk  one-third,   trot  one-third
$ 5.00
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Assessments of Company Are Being
Met Promptly by the
Holders.
Richard Plewman, of Rossland, was
in (Ireenwood early this week, having
just come down from the Winnipeg
mine, Wellington camp, which he bad
been visiting in his capacity of managing director. Asked as to a successor to
Nicholas J. Tregear, who lately resigned the position of superintendent of
the mine, Mr. Plewman stated that
Simon Jacobs, a skilled miner of more
than 20 years' experience, is to have
charge of the mine whilst Mr. Plewman,
Jr., will attend to office and outside
business matters. Mr. Jacobs has for
some time past been employed in the
mine under Mr. Tregear. whose plans
for its development he is familiar with.
Further, he has heen more or less associated with Mr. Tregear during many
years past, having worked under his
direction in other mines. Tie is a
thoroughly capable man as a practical
miner and may be depended on to carry
ont the work in the mine on tbe system
already adopted for its further development. Whilst he regrets losing tbe services of Mr Tregear, who has been
offered greater inducements elsewhere
than the Winnipeg company is at present in a position to offer him, Mr. Plew-
inaii feels satisfied that the work at the
mine will be well and economically
carried out under the new arrangement,
as it also was under Mr. Tregear's direction.
Speaking of matters generally in connection with the mine, Mr. Plewman
said that it is now a question of values
only, for there is plenty of oro in sight
in the Winnipeg. Tbe 100-foot winze
from the 300-foot level was sunk in ore
for between 70 and SO feet and at the
hot11mi the ore is 12 feet in width and
still going down. Crosscutting from the
bottom of the winze, or at the 400-foot
level of the mine, is now iu progress and
developments are being awaited with
much interest. Assessments are being
met regularly, none of the stock having
been permitted to become delinquent,
There is still a sum of about $28,000
available for calling up and assessments
will he continued sn that this amount
may be expended in proving to the
stockholders whether their confidence in
the property is or is not warranted.
The 250,000 shares of new stock, added
at. the time the company was re-organized, remains intact and will he available for disposal later should developments give it a sufficient value.
The Winnipeg company has had an
uphill task to perform since it waB reorganized, but its larger stockholders
have stood by it, determined to give the
mine a thoroughly good test. Competent management and strict economy
have done lor it all that could he done,
so that if, after all, it prove a failure���
which is not. now likely���those who
have so persistently put money into it
will have the satisfaction, poor though
il will be, of knowing that thev have
lost their money in legitimate mining
this time, whatever may have been the
ease in the earlier history of the property.
Regarding recent operations at the
mine���much trouble has been experienced with one of the boilers, but it
is thought that the difficulty has now
been overcome, For a while lately
there   was   serious   danger   of    surface
drainage Hooding the lower working, hut
fortunately the pumps proved equal to
the emergency and now the risk has
been puss. .1. Most, of tho snow has
melted, so that surface water is not now
causing similar inconvenience. Two
ears of ore from the lower workings of
the mine were this week sent to the
(iranby smelter, but returns of values
have not vet been received.
$15.00
5.00
5,00
10.00
$40.00
run one-third	
Free for All, one-half mile and repeat, 2nd heat
Boys' Sack Race, tboys under 15 years,) 50 yards
Free for All. lillO yard's dash	
Local Horses only, one-quarter mile add  repeat
Children's Foot Race, (under 10) 50 yards
10.(10
11.00
50.00
-10.00
2.00
2.00
25.00
20.00
1.00
RULES AND REGULATIONS: Horse Racing���Winners in the Free for All
one-hall mile and repeat and Free for All BOO yards dash barred from all
other races. Note���-Four entries, with three to slart, on all events. Bicycle
Races���Winners in the Free for All one-hall mile and repeat barred Irom
other races.
The    Midway    Band    will   furnish   music   at   the   track.
Shudders at His Past.
"I recall now with horror," says Mail
Carrier Burnett Mann, of Levanna, O,,
"my three years of suffering from Kidney trouble. I was hardly ever free
from dull aches or acute pains in my
back. To stoop or lift mail sacks made
me groan I felt tired, worn out, about
ready to give up, when I began to use
Electric Bitters, but six bottles completely cured me and made me feel like
a new man." They're unrivalled to
regulate Stomach, Liver. Kidneys and
Bowels. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed
by Miller Bros, anil ,1. L. White. Only
50 cents.
Strawberries and all kinds of fruit received daily at the Candy Factory, >
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May t8, 1901.
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class. Not a shoddy article in any
of the lines. They all concede that
our stock of Groceries is the nicest
and freshest in the city. Prices
consistent with the quality of the
goods. We would dislike very
much to be considered the "cheapest"
place in town���there are so many
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LOCALS AND PERSONALS.
Dr.  Mathis   dentist,  Naden-Flood
block, Copper street.
Clive Pringle, of the  lirm of  Pringle
.v:   Whiteside,  is attending   the  assize j   ��5fi_5
court ut Vernon. fisJeJ
.1.11. Macfarlane left the pasl week &��f,l
for Vancouver, where he will probablv i r./��v^
accept a positjon.
(leo.   F.    Miller came in  from   Mar
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.1. \\ . Nelson Ielt Mond   v Inr the H est
Fork where he it.I.���!..is starting a  for
I of men developing the  Rambler, n
Rendell,
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C. It. Garland, manager off
land's store,   Portage la   Prairie,   Man-     tj&i
itoba, is on a few day's visitto bis father    liKt^
at Anaconda.
(leo. XV. Raithel of Chicago, win. is
interested in the Yellowstonu group,
Skylark camp, has been in llm city fur
the past week.
Midway will give a splendid pm-
gramme of sports on the 24th in^t.
Special train leaves (Ireenwood at 9:35,
returning at 8 p. in.
An "nt 1.nine" was given al llm residence of Miss McCreath, Silver street,
last Friday evening, where a number of
young people spent a very pleasant
evening,
It is reported that the tirst cleanup
of the Rock Creek boomers was65cents.
With a "boom" of this kind every hour
in the day, the company will not need
to levy assessments,
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24th, the Canadian  Pacific railway will I
issue round trip tickets  at   one fare and !    ^i
a quarter, good going on   May  2:ird and j    *5jJ
24th, and returning up to May 27th.        j   2_>
Frank Bristoe, of Rossland. D. D. G.| Sjg
AL, will pay an official visit to (Ireenwood Masonic lodge Thursday evening
next, 23rd inst. All members of tbe
order in the district are requested to be
present.
The complimentary smoker given in
the Auditorium Monday eveningin honor
of Lieutenant Leckie, D, S. o , was at-1
tended by an enthusiasfic crow,I. During the evening Mayor Jakes, on behalf
of the citizens of (ireenwood, presented
Mr. Leckie with a gold watch and chain.
Rev. Ferguson .Miller who preached a
very aide sermon in the Presbyterian i
church last Sunday, left on Tuesday for
Fairview. where he is to occupy the
Presbyterian church during the summer.
He is ,-i very promising stndenl from
Kingston University and a brother of
the Rev. Mr. Miller of Phoenix.
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R.   GREIGER,  Manager cJ
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11 is staled thai two officials of the
l'. S. Indian department have arrived
from Washington, D. ('., and are now
engaged in adjusting matters in conaec-
tion with the allotment to In.linns of
lands in the Colville Indian reservation
along the surveyed route of the projected
railway between Grand Forks and
Republic.
R,   P.   Williams,  local agenl   for tbe I (~ ~*)
Jenckes Machine company and the Can- f��  Complete Line of Bar Supplies. Greenwood, B. 0.  ��\
adian Rand Drill company,  is In  Ross-' r-1 o(
warehouse the companies he represents i
have arranged to Bhortly open in 11 reen-
wnnd. Besides what will come over
from Rossland, two or three carloads of
machinery and plant nre en mute direct
from the east.
John Kirkup. provincial government,
agent for th,��� Rossland riding of West
Kootenay, which includes the Boundary
district, was over from Rossland carle
in the week in connection with the letting of a contract for the making uf ti
wagon road between Phoenix and Summit City. .Mrs. Kirkup an children
left Rossland on Thursday on n \ isil to
friends at  Ottawa,
Additional interesi has become attached in May 21, now known in Canada
as Victoria day, l.y the decision of King
Rdward VII thai in future his birthday
shall be celebrated on thai day -tho anniversary of the birth of the late Queen
Victoria ��� inst.'iid "i on November II.
Ni'si Friday will bo Victoria Day and ii
will be pubicly observed In this  district 	
by holding n celebration al   Midwav	
whirl lasion   there will doubtli ss  he   ^��W��999999*>��9��9����9 ��9����a '.���"->-��� : , ; i Ziiiiim:*2Z$$ii$
numerous  visitors  tn   ikii   beautifully   *      T''jfe_';, i? ������ -.-w       .*Tf5y�� ���        g       to
Bitunted,own- I irPIIPst'fi !%.iwt��>h t
sneak,. -,., ,    working lho||    �� fo Siljl,   I Till 1*^1)    |
weeka 'cooler,'on which the dead are |  a household necos.-i. j       I a household beautlfler.   *
placed when being  prepared   for  inter-   L to
ment, was stolen from the rtaking <��>  A dry powder put up i.  5 pound pakages and in   I
rooms of T. M  Gullv & Co.   The thief k __  .,      ... .  .,,     ,       , to
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probably thought he  was taking a fold-   &
ling bed.  Wednesday last a gold watch j *  When house cleatiinj  ,    sure and use MURALE   *
' was stolen from the vest   pocket of F. F.   fl> .     . *
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who   had   hung   the   vest   imur
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' where Im wus  working on  tbe  Hunter *
Warehouse.    A few days mr.. a washing /|.
machine, wringei, rl.it lies line and other jE
articles were stolen  from the  residence *
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1 nf Mr. Travis     Last   night the premises /|\
of tho Lion Rottling Works woreenteretl ^J
nnd 000 cigars stolen.    There have I i #
, numerous other thefts In tin- citv latelv
and show somethii g f<    y ur work.
Easily    applied    ;  rd    v, -: '        ���        ��� ff.
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May 18, 1901.
TENNIS
RACKETS
We carry the following in proper
assorted weights :
Lakeside,
Greenwood,
Popular,
Geneva.
April 9.
Hope, Camp McKinney, F. Darraugh
April  13,
Omaha, Camp McKinney, I
April 15. I
Texas, Camp McKinney, Chas. Held.      j Hawkeye, Jas. T. Erwin
April 211.
White Horse. Robt. Wood.
Brandon, Jas. Marshall, et all.
Darraugh, i Ah There, four years, (leo. D. Leyson.
April  30.
Mexico. Camp  MeKinney, J. A. Frank.
April 27.
Camp McKinney, W. Youn-
I Cliff House, Jas, T.
��� Solar Plexus, 11. L.
Confidenci
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Alpha, Cam]
born.
Alsliu, Camp M
April  2(1.
McKinney,
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Erwin.
Morgan, et
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MINING RECORDS.
Of lie Kettle River Mining [Division  of Tale
District.
March 31.
Little   Frank,   Skylark camp, Joseph J.
McQuaid.
April   IS.
Pioneer,  South   Deadwood  camp, J. P.
Harlan.
April  20.
Keno, Copper camp, James H. Smith.
April 24.
Calumet, Smith's camp. R. 11. Bergman,
Champion, Skylark camp, (leo. Riter.
Mollie    Gibson,    Carmi    camp,   Thos.
Bouchard.
April  25.
Dude, Bonndary Falls, Thos. Wake.
Fire Fly, Smith's camp, I). G. Smith.
Pyritlte, Smith's camp, D. (I. Smith.
Jasper, Smith's camp, S. T. Smith.
April 30.
Iron Mask, West Fork, D. Smith.
No. 4, Ingrim mountain, J. XV. Reed.
Alpha, Deadwood camp, (). Drotel.
May 3.
Arizona,   Kettle  river,   F. McLaine and
R. II. Bergman.
Alexandria,   Kettle  river,  1".   McLaine
and R. II. Bergman.
May (I.
Ankor, Central camp, Frank Parker.
May 7.
Prince, Wallace mountain, John T. Bell.
May 8.
Baltick, Anaconda. John Vanduten.
Canyon, Summit camp, Thos. Dobie.
May 10.
Evening, Smith's camp, D. W. Smith.
Arlington, Skylark camp, N. Tholl.
Edith, Smith's camp, Thus. Walker.
May 13.
West Burg, Kimberly camp, W. E. Kennedy.
Esceoronine,     Kimberly   camp,    Fritz
Haussner.
Center Piece, Boundary Falls, Mrs. T. S.
Wake.
May 14.
Copper plate, Greenwood, John (I. Berg.
Atlantic Cable, Carmi, B. F. Hall.
Cascade, Arlington camp,  Alex. Robinson.
Mafeking,   Wallace    mountain,   K.   J.
Robinson.
Springdale, Skylark camp, Walter Foster.
Silver Star,(Ireenwood cam]), Ed, Birnie.
Gold Bug,  (Ireenwood camp, Forbes M.
Kerby.
Silver  Plume,  Greeenwood camp, Geo.
Heatherton.
Copper Farm, (Ireenwood camp, Forbes
M. Kerby.
SI'll OFFICES.
April 4.
Comstock, Boomerang creek. T. T. Henderson.
April   11.
Hard  Cash,   Beaver   creek,   David   W.
Smith.
April 21.
Sunset, Beaver creek, Henry Jolly.
April 27.
Jersey, Dry creek, J. O. Thompson.
April 211.
Silver   King,   King  Solomon mountain,
Annie Phelan.
Kinney, Joseph Keene.
May 4.
Addition. Canyon creek, (ie... II. Naden.
Druggist, Camp creek, Geo. R. Naden.
j Extension,  Canyon Creek camp, A.  T.
Thomas.
I Quartz, Can.p creek, A. T. Thomas.
Certificates of Work.
April 1.
White ('loud, A. Hopper.
Early History, A. Hooper,
Hester, Ola I.ofsta.l.
April 2.
Cronies, John Gladden.
Siinnyside, John Gladden, et al.
Crow, John Gladden.
April 3.
Marguerite, A. Laidlaw.
April li.
Ahercraig, Jas. N. Pa ton.
Gladstone, E. G. Cummings.
Black Warrior, CM. Shaw.
April 9.
Hector, C. L. Thomet, et al.
Champion, Mat Maloney.
Alma, W. H. Norris, et al.
B. C, James Atwood.
April  10.
Black Horse, .1. Smith.
April   11.
American Eagle, John Schukell.
Beaver, John Schukell.
Kohinoor, John Schukell.
April  12.
Climax, R. F. Whethain, et al,
Little Guss, R. F. Whetham, et al.
May 12.
St. John, Forbes M. Kerby.
May 13.
Don Julius, Frederic Keffer.
Yorke, A. E. Ashcroft.
Golconda, A. E. Ashcroft..
Laocoon, A. E, Ashcroft.
White Horse, B. I.. Wood.
May 15.
Combination, Thos. McAulay, et al.
Last Chance, John Douglas.
New Oro Fino, A. Ferguson.
May 16.
Copper Crown, N. Baillie.
Iva Lenore, I. H. Hallett.
May 17.
I'nion Jack, D. G. Smith
Horseshoe, F. M. Kerby.
Hiawatha, W. M. Law, etal.
Jubilee, S. M. Johnson, etal.
April  17.
North End, I. II. Hallett, etal.
April  19.
Queen, John Watkins, et al.
Bruce, S. J. Munson
Pride of Perth, S. J. Munson.
April 22.
Clalena, S. Bennerman.
Old Kronge, Thos. M. Graves.
Adeline, N. Beartieu,
Duff, W. Roberteon.
Long Shot, A. E. Ashcroft.
Granite, M. H. Kane, et al.
April 23.
Dudley, James Moran.
April 24.
No. 9, F.J. Miller.
Little Ruth, F.J. Miller.
April 25.
Pueblo, V. A B. C. Mining company.
Don't Know, Geo. R. Nadan.
April  20.
Old Dublin,Thos. Witte, etal.
Henrietta, Chas. Phlpps.
Bengal, II. T. Machin,
Bristol, II, T. Machin.
Bagnor, H. T. Machin.
April 27.
Smith, II. Segurdon.
La Plaza, S. Bond.
UNION NOTES.
John A. Crawford, well and favorably
known in the Boundary district, is now,
in the absence on leave of (leo. 1). Bryce,
master mechanic at llm Mother Lode
mine. Mr. Crawford has the name of
being a good mechanical engineer, so
that he may he depended upon to maintain his excellent record now thill he is
in charge of the biggest mining plant in
tbe Bonndary district.
I!. F. Coutcs has been given the contract for hauling ore from the No. 7
mine. It has not yet been definitely decided whether this ore is to be hauled
direct to the (ireenwood smelter or to
the railway at Boundary Falls, to be
there loaded on railway cars for delivery at (ireenwood.
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A CAR LOAD
of First-Class Potatoes, only $1.50 per
cwt. at Bannerman Bros'.
Steam was got up a short time since
at the No. 7 mine, and now the welcome
sound of a steam whistle is regularly
heard in Central cam]., which has been
without, tbis evidence of activity since
the suspension of operations at the City
of Paris mine.
J.   XV. Astley.  0. 15., consulting engineer to the British  Columbia (Rossland
and Slocan) Syndicate, came down from I
the    Snowshoe    mine   on   Wednesday j
morning and left  for   Rossland  on  the
afternoon train.
If you are going prospecting, call and
get our prices.    Bannerman Bros'.
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Old Soldier's Experience.
M. M. Austin, a civil war veteran, of
Winchester, Ind., writes: "My wife
was sick a long time in spite of good
doctor's treatment, but was wholly
cured by Dr. King's New Life Pills,
which worked wonders for her health."
Tbey always do. Try them. Only 25c
at Miller Bros, and J. L. White's drug
stores.
LION BOTTLING WORKS,
GREENWOOD and GRAHD FORKS,
Manutouro��� A|| Kinds of Carbonated |Beverages,
Sol,. Agents for THE LI0H BREWING CO., Kossland B. C.
The Largest Brewery in Hritish Columbia.
 JAS. McCREATH _ CO., Proprietors.
SPECIAL
RATES   TO
SPRINGS.
HALCYON
The Canadian Pacific Railway has
placed on sale since tbe 3rd of May
to 30th of September, tickets from Greenwood to Halcyon Springs and return, at
rate of $8.30, tickess good going on Fridays and Saturdays, returning���leave
the Springs on Monday following.
In  addition  to this special rate there
are  always    on    sale    30-day    tickets |
at the usual special rate made for 30-day
round trip ticket.
FOR   SALE.
One child's bed and springs, spring
matress (double), canvas cot, portable
organ, "Converse" ladies' banjo, 28
volumes Encyclopedia Brittanica, high
chair, baby carriage, child's toilet chair.
F. J. Miller.
Canadian Pacific
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VICTORIA DAY
MAY 24th
Will sell Local Round Trips at Fare and
a Quarter,
Special Train to Midway
Leaves (ireenwood at 9:35 a. iu.
Returmng leavs Midway at 8 p, m.
People wdio are accustomed to smoking
the high grade, time honored brands of-
...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 HY MAIL,
Telegraph or Telephone
Promptly Attended in
TIIK   HAVANA CIGAR  EMPORIUM
OF THE BOUNDARY COUNTRY. .
I. ROBERT JACOBS, Manager,
Clarendon Hotel Block,
GREENWOOD, B. C
Hay and Grain
FOR CASH.
Q. H. Cropley.
V. & N. TELEPHONE NO. 124.
j^lMMMNVWft^^
FURNITURE, CARPETS
Cants RkMs.S L.,no|eurrls        *
from $2.50 to $10.
Jlyer's
1901 tennis Balls
llt.ison.ibh-  Prices.
J. L. Coles.
Book,, Stuthntry and Wall Paptr.
Upholstered Goods
Bedding, Etc.    Pictures and  Picture  Frames,
T. M. GULLEY & CO.,
Funeral Directors and EmbaInters.

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