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 f    *j  t*.  ta  to  u  ma  -   OS'  ..-��� cn  euooo  <B   T-l  H-i<-��a  Published Weekly in the interests of the Boundary Creek- Mining District  Vol.. VIII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, THURSDAY, DECEMBER-6, 1900.  No. j�� f^  x a: the  HAS GONE DOWN  TO BED ROCK.  ��f��-  -_o HAVE-  BARGAINS   IN   WINTER  ...GOODS,..  ��#<t^*****###-S*��*!-*S*!'*>*���>*!����#��*>*���>***>  I      PREPARE FOR WINTER.  ~' '- ���������     ���������^=-�� '*  **  ��  *  ft  -ft  ft  ft-  JLB. 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Oliver the Vendor,  Another of the big Deadwood camp  properties is to be developed . and  placed on a shipping- basis by a strong  compauy. Thevcontrol of lhe Western  Copper company; limited, owning the  Grey Hound mine, has been secured by  Mr. W. M. Price,, president of the  Standard Copper company, and his associates, who will immediately begin  the development of the mine on a  large scale. "The Western Copper  company own the Grey Hound mine in  Deadwood camp, about one mile from  the city. Up to last week the,stock in  the company was held by F. H. Oliver  and his associates. The company was  organized last spring. The capitalization was $1,500,000 divided into the  same number of shares. > There is a  sliaft 136j_ee_ deep and the vein has  been Jtraced'for.l��300 feef by crosscuts.^  The .ledge.is 400 feet wide���a" typicaf  Deadwood camp ledge���carrying the  .same character of ore as i�� the fobther  Lode, Sunset, .(?'\ rir Silvery Mar-  guerite and adjoining properties. The  plant consists of a hoist and boiler.  The terms of the sale has not been  announced, excepting the bare fact  that Mr. Price and his associates* have  secured "control. "A 'meeting' 3f"the  company was held in the city and the  following,officers elected:, President,  Andrew Laidlaw; vice president,' F, H.  Oliver; secretary-treasurer, E. B. Massam. Messrs. W. M. Price and'H. C."  Price are on the board of directors.'  As already stated, work will be staited  immedia'tely. With'its immense showing of ore, the Grey Hound itself^ from  the success attending' other'Deadwood  camp-'-propertiesV irf the immediate  vicinity, will -furnish more than sufficient ore for the company's smelter  at,Boundary"FaIls until its capacity is  enlarged. .>  ON THE REVIEW  R. M. MycEnfire. the: Superintendent.  ^Tells Abdiiit thev\v;pr^:I)^o_-e.  . TR. li.. McEntire," superintendent'of  tlie Review7.mine, near - Bolster, arrived in the city .on: Saturday. Interviewed by a Times represehjtative, Mr.  McEntire stated that the lower tunnel  was in over 700 feet, giving a depth of  of 3$0' feet! The last '.SO feet of the  tunnel followed the ledge, which is six  to seven feet wide. , The pre at this  depth is of higher "value than that at  the bottom winze from the" upper tunnel. This winze is 75 feet. '.From it a  drift was run 130 feet on the ore body.  Last spring the lower'tunnel was  started and was continued for 650 feet  when the ore body was encountered  and followed for 50 feet as stated  above. The tunnel will be continued  along the ore body. The Review company feel elated at the strike in the  lower tunnel as it dem'onstratesithat  the ledge is permanent and increases  in value as depth is attained. The  company is considering the best means  of treating ore which is of high grade-  Mr. McEutire. brought with him a  bottle of coarse gold washed from the  Lone Star ground, an adjoining property owned by McEntire, McDonnell  & Co and their associates.  SCOTSMEN CELBERATE  Geo. B. Paul> and family have arrived in the city ���from 'Rossland. Mr.  Paul has been appointed head bookkeeper at the Greenwood smelter. Until recently he was. business manager  of-the Rossland^ Miner. - Mr. 'Paul has  had considerable experience.as smelter  accountant on the other side.  9  GOODS  Sleighs, Toys, Fancy.  Goods. Ghinaware, Leather  (. Goods, Xinas Cards (with  local views) are airrmng  every day and will be  ready for your-inspection  in one week,  ...it May be uncertain...  WHO  will he our representative after;  the election, but there is no  uncertainty about the' fact we  have a greater, variety; from  which to. select, and .that we  can and do give better value  forthe money than can be got  anywhere, else. - We are '...*  BOOKS. STATIONERY.   WALL  PAPERS, FANCY'GOODS,  PHONE V. &N. 34,  St. Andrew's Night by a-Successful  Banquet.  Thirty Scotsmen celebrated _St.  Andrew's-night at the B. C.  Hotel. ��� Led by their*" venerable chief,  Thos. > Miller, they made a splepdid  charge on> the abundance - of good-  things provided by the,catei;er, E. R.  "Kerfoot, and the other good things  from, the cellars of Mine-Hosts Hagan  & *Flannagan_".*Xhe struggle last until the "Saxth RounV- when with  "Anither���drappie .tae hauda;doon," the  Scotsmen surrendered. The dinner-  was excellent particularly "The great  chieftain o' tbe puddin' ,T9.c&"���the  Haggis. Headed by a piper, the. like  of whose music was seldom heard  even on the'leather, the noble band  carrying* out the traditions of other  St. "Andrew's, nights, ~ followed ��� the  Haggis threee times round the table  and then > attacked it - .with all. the  energy that Scottish enthusiasm  brought. The toast list was of course'  headed- by the " Queen - and Royal  Family," which was loyally drunk add  followed by -. thc - National, antheaf.  Then Chief* Miller sang a Scottish  song that' reached the hearts of his  clan. Chief McLaren proposed the  /.'Army, Navy and Volunteers," to  which W. W. Howe replied in an J eloquent address,.-, bubbling ,over with  loyalty and .patriotism. Jas." Birnie  propt sjd "The Land We Live In," >and  H. C. "Shaw 'responded. W. A. Galliher, who came after the public meeting, was given a hearty Scottish welcome' and he responded in an appropriate ;speech -to. the toast.of . 'Parliament and Bar." "The Land o' Cakes"  was proposed-by H.' B.'Munroe, and  Clan Anderson, represented by -jiev.-  Mr. - Anderson- and Jas. Andersoh of  the Bank of B. N. A., represented {the  old hind. "The Town of Greenwood,"  proposed by Jas. .Kerr, jthe reply* by  Duncan Ross and kindred clubs  brought the toast list to a close.  J. P. Harlan responded in an eloquent speech to the* toast of United  States and sang a southern song in  his usual excellent style.  During the evening the rich voice of  C. Scott Galloway was heard more  than once in Scottish song. ilr. Birnie, Mr. Hodge,-Mr. i McMillan, Mr.  Kerr, and.Mr. . McMynn >also contributed a large . share of the evening's  entertainment.. ."Deoch.. and.Dorris"'  and "Auld. Lang Syne," brought a  successful gathering to a close. .,-;  Scotsmen are reminded that, next  ���Friday evening,-_in Mr. "Miller's; office,  opposite the Armstrong hotel, a meeting wiilibe.held for the purpose.of <appointing; officers, and ���, arranging -for  holding regular meetings of the St.  Andrew's society.  A -WOMAN'S AVYEUL PERIL.  . .'There is. only one chance to save  your Iif e and Ih at is through an< operation," were the startling words heard  by -Mrs. I. B. Hunt, of Lime Ridge,'  Wis., from her:doctor after he had  vainly tried to cure her of. a frightful  case: of ..stomach trouble and yellow  jaundice.- Gall atones had formed and  she constantly grew worse.. Then -.he  began to U3e Electric Bitters which  wholly cured her. . Its a wonderful  stomach, liver and kidney remedy.  Cures dyspepsia, loss of adpetite. Try  it. Only SOc. Guaranteed/ For Bale  t_y_.Miller Bros., druggists.  THE JWiNISTEROF AMflES  Hon Richard :McBtid0_ Visits the City  7.Md'Pistrict.  :: Hon. Richard .McBride, minister of  mines, arrived in ^Greenwood. by Tues-  day'sj-train. -He. was metby,several of  his old friends on ,the_coast and shown  tlie city. In the evening he was entertained at, a dinner by. a. few friends  and afterwards a reception was held at  the .Greenwood club. President ;Gal-  lpwayof the Board of Trade, w;elcbmed  the minister of mines to ,.th'e city. He  .pointed .out.that Hon.:Mr.: Turner had  .been .here a few weeks, ago andjthat  :the board then had taken advantage of  the opportunity to.tell him of their requirements. They believed that after  Mr. McBride had seen tbe city and district, they would have in him  a strong champion. Mr. McBride thanked his audience for  the cordiality of^, their reception  and stated that he appreciated more  than ever the importance of the Coast-  Kootenay railway. He could i tell  them that the government of which he  was a member would announce a railway policy that would not overlook this  important section of the province.  The government > appreciated the tremendous importance of this part of  British Columbia. He would be (very.  glad to take up the matters to which  Hon. Mr. ^Turner's attention had been  called. In glowing.terms he described  the possibilities, of the interior.  Private -^enterprise he said had shown  confidence .in th& district and neither  provincial nor federal government  Bhould have less confidence. HelwaB  familiarizing himself with the public  jieeds of the district, and he felt,sure  that neither the government nor himself would neglect the requirements of  a district of such great promise.        ; -���.  Short speeches were made byiMr.-  Keffer , who invited Mr.- McBride to  .visit- the .Mothei. Lode, Mr. Laidlaw  who invited him to the Pyritic smelter,  ���Mr. 'Robert-Wood who expressed his  pleasure at seeing Mr. McBride and  said ii was a good sign to see cabinet  ministers interest themselves in the  longn^glected interior of the province;  Mr. Paul Johnson who told the minis-'  ter something 'about- the enormous  bodies of low^ grade ore that would'  give employment- to many men but  could not - stand a 2 per cent tax, and  Mr. Finucane who referred to the commercial solidity of the city.  Mr. McBride Wednesday visited the  Mother-Lode and the smelters-and 'was'  banqueted by'the- citizens at the Hotel  Armstrong in the evening.  AN OPTICAL EXPERT  Fpr.fine, trade nothing equals Health  Brand Underwear.   Rendell & Co.  Mr. Geo. ,F. .Miller Returns After is  Course in Optical College,  Geo. F. Miller, of the popular firm'  of'Miller-Bros., druggists and jewelers;  returned on Monday from the east  where he spent five months. .During  his .visit he_took a special .course at; the  "Western' Illinois College of, Opthal  mology and Othology, Chicago, oae-of  the best optical institutions on ithe  continent. Mr. Miller brought with  himJa full equipment of optical instruments, including a Prentice Retono-  ���cope, the very latest invention for  testing the eyes. In a few days Mr."  Miller will be in a position to scien  tifically treat and correct errors of refraction and other defects in the eyes;  With a full line of optical goods, and  the very latest appliances for testing  the eyes, and v ith a course of training  in oneof the best optical colleges, Mr.  Miller is now in a .position tp giye as  good a service as can be secured ini the  largest cities. *w  ���UPID S ^IRST yiCTORY  In Eholt���Marriage ota Popular Young  Couple.  ��� Eholt, B. C, Dec, 6.���On Monday,  of thi�� week' the bonds of matrimony  werethrown around two of our estimable young people at the home of Mrs.  KeiserThe contracting parties.were her  daughter, Miss Freda; and the trusted  and worthy agent for the Columbia and  Western railway, Mr.O. H. Becker, at  this, place.  The^ young .couple have been residents of the town for about a year, but  cupid,- who .believe* in annexation  threw his, meshes around them and .the  two are now one..: JRev, H. McKay performed ,the ceremony., The- happy  couple ileft, Tuesday on their honeymoon for Victoria.and from there they  will, go .to California wherethey (intend to remain a- short time when they  will take up their abode in Eholt.  THE CROWN  A <fii�� Strike. oil Dwidwood  Camp Property  SOLID BODY OF  ORE  AT  The 25 0-Foqt Level���Magnetic Iron  Carrying - Good Gold - and Copper  Values���Property of Montreal-Boundary Creek Mining Company-  Deadwood campis fast becoming one  of the most prominent in the Boundary  country. Development work has revealed, so many large bodies of pay ore  that the camp has jumped into great  prominence. On the Mother Lode, the  magnificent showings have sent the  stock of the British Columbia Copper  company from $10 to over $20 a share.  Strikes on the Marguerite and other  properties have added not a little to  the reputation'. of the camp. .On the  top of all this comes the welcome news  ?that at the 250. foot level on the Crown  Silver, the southeast crosscut has run  into a; solid , b��dy of magnetic iron,  carrying jjood gold and copper values.  The ore -was encountered 85 feet from  .the working shaft, yesterday the crosscut was in the ore body, while today another 10 feet has.been added and  the -;whole face of the drift is in-ore.  The; ore is similar in character and  cannot.- be... distinguished from that  taken from the lower, levels in the  Mother Lode.  .,. The Crown Silver is one of the properties owned by the Montreal Boundary  Creek Mining .company. At first the  company confined its development  work .principally .to the Sunset, but  since Superintendent Johns turned his  attention to the Crown-Silver he has  demonstrated that the property is one  of,great promise and is certain to prove  one-'of the .big. mines of Deadwood  camp.  ~A..- A. Munroe, who represents the  syndicate :who have acquired the interests, -of:. the .Montreal .Boundary  Creek company, is at the property and  is highly.pleased pleased with the recent:,strike. The company- in the  future will be known aa the Montreal  and Boston Copper company.  STRICKLAND-BIRSCH.  A  _ Rev. Father-Bedard, O.M. I., has  taken charge of- the R._ C...Catholic  church at Greenwood and Grand Forks.  He will be in Grand Forks next Sunday.  * 'C. ���    ���-��� . --,-v      '     ,   .-.' .-  Wednesday at noon Mr. A. W.  Strickland and Miss Cecilia Wilson  Hirsch were united in marriage by  Rev. Mr. Anderson, pastor of the Presbyterian - church;i;*The-'Kimberly ave-_  nue church was beautifully decorated  for the occasion.1 A large and fashionable audience was ushered to the seats  by* Messrs. A. M. Whiteside and Randolph Stuart. The bridesmaid was  li-iss' Willimine A. Hirsch, sister of  the bride, while Dr. Geo. M. Foster  supported the groom. The bride was  given away by her brother-in-law, Mr.  F. C. Boles. Mr. E. A. DufF presided  at the organ. The bride was attired  in a 'handsome travelling suit and  looked charming.  After the ceremony a reception was  held at the residence of Mrs. Hirsch,  Kimberly avenue, where a jolly crowd-  congratulated the happy couple.  They left by the afternoon's train  amid a shower of rice for Portland, Ore., where a portion of  the honeymoon will be spent. Other  coast cities will be visited before their  return, about Christmas, when they  will go housekeeping in a neat cottage  on Kimberly avenue.  The presents were numerous and  coBtly, showing the popularity of the  bride and groom. They included a  handsome range from the miners at  the Sunset, Mr. Strickland being accountant for the Montreal-Boundary  Creek company, owning the property.  The Times joins Mr. and Mrs.  Strickland's many friends in wishing  a long, happy and prosperous married  life. Mr. Strickland is the popular accountant in the local branch of the  Bank of Montreal. During his two  years residence here he made many  friends by his courteous manner and  careful attention to business. His  bride is one of the most charming  young ladies in the city.  Word has been received in the city  that Geo. B. Mechem has succeeded in  reorganizing the Colville Reservation  Syndicate and has taken up the bond  on the Poland China mine.  -PI  III  m  m December 6, 1900.  THE GREENWOOD WMKIA tflMM.  =-*S?  ^_=s=  ���_____Si-  at__ai.  SB:  ^--e^.-.  I have added to the equipment of -jiy dental .office an  apparatus- for tlie- 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.  KleeWv CImes,  PUBLISHED BY  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company. Limited.  Duncan Koss Emtor.  -.-.as the best heard in Greenwood during the campign. It was a frank,  straightforward, clear-cut expression  of-his-'political views, without any appeal to the electors' worst passions or  prejudices; Mr. Galliher' gave. ar.  earnest of his ability and if elected he  will prove a splendid representative of  the growing west.  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. 1901  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1-00.  THB ELECTOR'S DUTY.  Today, Thursday, December 6, the  electors of Yale.Cariboo will dscide  who their representative will be in the  Dominion House of Commons for the  next five years; Their decision will  mean much so far as the future of the  district is concerned. There are three  candidates in the field, W..A. Galliher,  the nominee of the Liberal party;  Chris Foley who champions.the Independent Labor cause, and John H.  McKane, an eleventh hour standard  bearer for the Conservative party. The  election of Mr. McKane would be in-,  expedient    with    the    Liberal   party  -strongly entrenched and imbued with  the idea that the growing west must  receive more consideration than it did  in thepast. We believe that it would  be good policy to send Mr. Galliher to  Ottawa to strengthen the hands bf the  Western   Liberals   in securing recog-  *��� nition of the fast claims of the growing  west! It would be folly to send an  enemy as a-representative.' .:-...  The labor candidate is in the field  for a specific purpose. Believing that  there is7 certain legislation to which  they are entitled, the laboring class are  strongly of the opinion that they should  send one of their'own number to Ottawa.   The   question for them to de-  -cide is whether" it would be'more in  their interest to vote for a gentleman  who is a labor candidate alone or vote  for a supporter of a government  friendly to labor and who is himself  friendly to labor. We believe that Mr.  Galliher can do more for labor at Ottawa-than can Mr." Foley and that  laboring men would act wisely in voting for him.  .  From all reports the Times is firmly  of the opinion that Mr. Galliher will  be elected  Upon the principles apparently that  the false, may be made to appear, the  truth if only it is reiterated with sufficient persistency, opposition papers  are working twenty-four hours a day  to convince the people that the govern  ment owe-TitsT-^newarof"power to"the  French Canadian vote of Quebec, and  that Ontario and the other speaking  provinces have recorded an adverse  verdict. Such a statement, however,  will not survive investigation, Nova  Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince  Edward Island in the east, have each  largely increased the number of government supporters returned, and the  west sends back more Liberals than it  did before. As to Ontario, while it. is  true that the Tories have gained some  seats, fhe figues show thai. 4his is because of tne iniquitous gerrymander,  which has cut up the constituencies into every variety of grotesque shape,  hiving the Liberals and distributing  the Conservative vote where it would  do the most good. If the Toronto vote  be left out of the calculation, the total  vote polled by Liberal candidates is  actually larger than that given to Op-  positioi-ists, although upon that vote  the Conservatives secured a majority  of seventeen seats. The knowledge  that there only hope was in the Ontario gerrymander, was one of the  principal reasons for the desperate  struggle the Tories made to win, for  they realized that during the life of  of this new" parliament, the gerrymander will be repealed, and a fair redistribution established ftpon the new  censuB to be taken next year. *,    -  EDITORIAL NOTE-S  Votk for Galliher.  A VOTE for McKane is a vote thrown  away.  Don't stop growing  Galliher.  time.   Vote for  Voting will take place today in the  O'Brien building, Copper street.  The speech delivered by Mr. Galliher on Friday night in the Auditorium  To the Electors of thc Municipality of  the City of .Greenwood:  Ladies and . Gen'JXEMEI":��� I am a  candidate for the office of-mayor at the  approaching municipal election and respectfully, solicit your votes and influence. During the campaign I will  have opportunities of explaining my  views-, at length. Briefly stated, lam  in favor of the following: ,  y The present state- of city finances  and the stringency of the money market -make it impossible to enunciate  a well defined policy of public improvements. An adequate system of waterworks is necessary and also some suitable plan of sewering the city, but  these and other improvements must be  deferred until the city is in a better  financial position. I confidently believe that by theexercise of wise judgment, the finances of the city can be  placed upon such a sound footing that  necessary public 'works can be con-,  structed without placing excessive bur-  deiis.upon the present taxpayers.:**  The credit of the city must be restored  and .maintained". Litigation, should  be avoided and I am in. favor of an  amicable settlement with those who  have just claims against the corporation.  If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural advantage, the city must" be  brought into the closest touch with the  surrounding mining camps; During  1901 every effort should be * made to  secure the coristruc._on"of the-tramway  without imposing additional burdens  on the ratepayers beyoni those to  which they are already pledged.*  The strength of every city,' particularly one situated in the heart of a  mining'd-strict, lies iu its workingmen  and its future depends upon them. I  am in favor of recognizing their claims,  to proper protection. I believe ..eight  hours-.should constitute . a legal day's  work; and this principal should be  adopted by the municipality. Generally  speaking,:������*������ I~ am in; favor of  municipal work being carried on by  day labor, but in the event of contract  work being, necessary, I would insist  that contractors should pay the current  wage.   .  , I am' opposed..to the employment of  Chinese and the encourageiuei_t of  Chinese: immigration , and . any,power  granted to- the corporation "by-the  Municipal Clauses Act should be exercised jlo the fullest extent inrestricting  their employment in thecity. ,;  The mayor's, time should be devoted  to the work of the city. I am not rich  enough: to do this without compensation and if elected I will expect a sufficient, sum to properly represent the  city'without loss to myself.  The'first of each year, estimates  should be prepared giving each section  of the city an equitable share of the/expenditure and these estimates should  be religiously followed.  I am your obedient servant,  Duncan Ross.   '  -      -THE UNION JACK  Wh-qH floats over Britain and all,her  colonies is emblematic ot the adage,  "In union there is strength.'.' The.  patriotic ladies of Canada can. exemplify tliat adage, .and - indulge a  patriotic sentiment, by assisting their  English, Scotch and Irish cousins who  produce the pure machine-made green  teas of Ceylon and India. Tea drinkers  will find the Blue Ribbon, Monsoon  and Salada green.- teas a/pleasant  change from Japans.���Colonist,    y  SAVV DEATH NEAR. C  ' "It often made my heartache," writes  L- C. Overstreet, of Elgin, Tenn., "to  hear-my wife cough until it seemed heir  weak and sore lungs would collapse.  Good doctors said she was so far gone  with consumption that no medicine or  earthly help could save her.but a friend  recommended Dr.. King's New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life." Its  absolutely guaranteed for coughs,  colds, bronchitis, asthma and all throat  and lung diseases. SOc and $1 at Miller Bros, drug store. Trial bottles free.  ' A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street, for groceries, provisions, produce. Headquarters for green fruits; tf.  ��� Sixty-five dollars will b"uy a good-pipe  tone organ. * Greenwood  Music Store.  y For7,Sai,E���First-class   cook   stove  dishes.'carpet, etc.   Apply at Watson's  cigar store. Cbpper&treet.  THE  BANK  OF  Established lu 1838: "  Incorporated by Royal Charter1.  Paid-up Capital .....$4,866,666  > Reserve Fund.....       $1.581,666.  London Office: ' -'  '  3 Clement's Lane, Lombard Street, E. C  IXttffitffffiJffl^^  COURI^OF D-K*-.CTORS'.0  ' J. H. Brodie, John James Carter, Gaspard  Farrer, Richard 1". Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J.Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. "WalHs'. "  Pead office in Canada: St. James nt��� Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manajrer.  J. Elmsley, Inspector.  'For Sa!i,E���Household furniture, including two bed:room sets, carpets, etc.  Apply Greenwood Steam Laundry. _  TO THE   DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deaf ness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's artificial ear drums, gave $10,000  to his institute, - so that deaf people  unable- to procure the ear drums may  bave them free. Address No. 14520C,  The -Nicholson Institute, 780 Eighth"  Avenue, New York, U. S. A,  MUSIC LESSONS  Miss Flesher is prepared to .take  pupilsin piano or organ instructions  after the 1st of October.** Apply at the  hbmebf-Mrf*. C.vE. Shav/.  Branches in Canada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton,- Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Klng��ton,Qnebec,eSt. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg, Fredericton, N. 13.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancou-v cr, Rossland, Kaslo,  Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  -lOENTS IN THE UNITED STATES!  ' Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New. York���(52 Wall street)  W. Law-sou and J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sansome street) H. J. Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank of England and' Me-mrs. Glyn Si Co.  . Foreign Agents:  . Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. A stralia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealaud���Union  Baud of Australia, Bank'of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartared Mercantile  Bank of India, London and China. Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Batfk. Parls-Marcuard.  Krauss __ Co.  LyonB���Credit Lyonnais.  J. ANDERSON, Manager. Greenwood   B. C  PROFESSIONAL-- CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW.  ������' Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :  Codes  1 HALLETT.'  Bedford M'Ncill's  Moreiiig- __ Neal's  Leiber's.  CANADA   IS ADVERTISED.  What tlie C. P. R. is Doine in Making"  ..the Dominion Known Abroad.  Mr. J. C. Holden, president of the  Ames-Holden company, who recently  returned to Montreal after a two-and-a-  half years tour around the world, concluded an interview in the Montreal  Gazette by stating: -  "Two things*in particular are. making Canada more widely known and  more.highly considered the world over.  First her part in the war, which has  sxcited interest not only in England  but in every part of the globe; secondly, the widespread advertisements of  the C. P. ��� R.. Wherever Mr. Holden  went he found the pamphlets of the  great railroad. He found them in  Russia7in Norway, in Turkey. When  the P: and O. steamships reached Hong  Kong all the passengers wished if possible to go on* by the Empress boats;  for, after experience of the ships of  many" lines and many nations, Mr.  Holden declares them unsurpassed for  comfort, table aud attendance. Even  in oirt-Of-the-way up-country inns in  Japan, where guests are forced to eat  and sleep on the floor and their diet  consists of fish in every possible form,  the C. P. R^adveirtrsenients were found,  Canada's reputation . has never stood  higher than now."  I. H. HALLETT.  Gr___.iwm.ooo,  a. o.  H. C. SHAW.  ...  Iftunroe ��� ���  ^m\y~'       ^^*       "**%**  ���*+%, &%r *%*  CHOICE CIGARS AND  TOBACCOS X XXjc  FINE-  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  ^Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  J, P. MOLEOD,  -Barrister aSd Solicitor,  Notary- Public, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Greenwood,B.C.  p. W. 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He leaves a widow to whom  the sympathy of the entire entire com  munity is extended. The funeral tool-  place on Saturday and was largely attended. 7  Large collection of sheet music at 5.  10 and 15 cents. Greenwood Music  Store.      -.-'--'  1)  0  0  s  : The Chamber of Mines wants thorj  oughly reliable correspondents' in  every* camp in the districts of  Bast and West Kootenay and Yale to  whom reasonable compensation will be  paid for their services.  Correspondents will be expected to  furnish the Chamber of Mines with all  development going on at the mines,  .the installation of machinery, shipments of ore and value, and generally  such news as will attract the attention  capitalists and cause them to in  vestigate and invest.  Applications [to be addressed to the  CHAMBES OF MINES,  Southern British Columbia,-*  (Kootenays and Yale)  P. O. Box 578. ROSSLAND, B.C.  First-Class Sieepers oa all Trains From  Revelstoke   ��n&   Kootenay'  Landing.  TOURIST CARS.  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Vancouver.B. C  Cbt Best Stock. Che neatest Km.  Coppatr Street, Greenwood,  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  ?2ZF'  '���   I *  li''  PORTMAN BROS. & CO,,  Proprietors.  ASK FOR  :mm^''"'  -."-.w-.f...,'! ...  t -  LLI  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It I It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel';  MISS   ATKINSON  SILVER STREET  DRESSMAKER  Fit and Finish In the Latest  Style. RUlat Habits a Specialty. Prices Rifht - -  -  -  LIMITED.  VANCOUVER. B. C, 733 Pender St.  Also NELSON, B. C.  We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry a lartfe stnck'of Balauces, Furnaces,.  Plre Clay-foods, Scientific aud Practical Bootes, Glassware, Platinum Goods. Acids, Chemicals  and alt other Assayers'and Miners'requirements.   Sold ag-ents for- PJoruan Crucible Company,  Battersea and Standard Firebrick Co., Cruci!>les*und.Muffles.   Becker's Sons* Balances, Etc.  Catalogue and full parlicularr sent on application.  Brami's Gasoline Furnaces and CupelMachines.   ,  MIDWAY, B. C.  First-Class Accommodation. Best Brands Liquors and Cigars  THOS.f Mc AUL AY, Proprietor. B.!..^J7-_-.*&-fc^ij��  iW  tr.     -.<"  ffe-SREENWOTfr  mm.  aa^Maiouw  i.i��t!rrr��i-.ii__i��__^riS_i-;r'Vrarifri-^^  Bec.embei' 6, 1905.  CANDIDATE  Delivers a Strong Speech in  Auditorium  LAST FRIDAY  NIGHT  Places His Position Clearly Before the  ��� Electors���Defence of the Liberal  Government.  The Liberal rally last Friday night  at the Auditorium, was in every way a  success, notwithstanding a counter attraction in the shape of a banquet held  by the Scotchmen in honor of their  Patron Saint���St. Andrews���on the  same evening. There was a thoroughly  representative audience, which if-it  lacked in numbers, made up in enthusiasm by frequent outbursts of ap-  1-lause to the many telling points made  by "W. ( A. Galliher, the principal  speaker. The Liberal standard bearer  .-presented his case in a clear and convincing manner. His address from a  political point of view, was as strong  an argument on behalf of the government, as there has been heard iu this  'this city. The candidate, though suffering from a severe hoarseness, spoke  - to the meeting for over one hour, in  ���which time, he thoroughly thrashed  out the principal issues of the campaign.  J. R. Brown took the chair and introduced   Mr.   Galliher.    Messrs.   W. S.  Keith   a"nd   J.  H.  Macfarlane, of the  local Liberal association, also occupied  seats on the platform.   No opposition  speaker responded to the invitation of  the chair, and consequently the meeting, like the last few held in this city,  was all a one-sided'affair." -The chairman   opened  the proceedings  with a  short speech, in which he briefly went  over   the   several   acts of  legislation  " passed by the Liberals in favor of the  workingman, and closed with a strong  appeal for Mr. Galliher, whom he then  introduced to the audience.  1 ^Mr, Galliher on coming forward was  received   vith   applause'.   As  ,a^ .preliminary to the serious portion of his  ' address, he said, that it was the third  ' time  he had been in the city, the first  being   barely   a year  since when the'  f iron   house''   marked one of the onward   epochs   in   the   upbuilding   of  Greenwood.   He   was   informed   that  _ times   were not so brisk as then, but  with the natural position the town  occupied aud the energetic ,class of citizens   it possessed,  he  felt sure there  were   prosperous   times   coming.   He  spoke   of   the constituency which he  hoped   to represent in parliament, as  being   one of the largest in the Dominion, and the inability of candidates  to  properly cover it so as to lay their  ���yiews   personally   before   the people.  He   realized this   at   the time  of his  .nomination,   knowing  what a task it  was, and had a good deal of diffidence  in  accepting the   honor of being the  party's candidate,   Instead of the dis-  _ trict -being- represented- by_only_one  member, it should,he believed, .have at  least    three.    This,    however,    will  doubtless  be   granted  after the next  census in   1901,   when a redistribution  bill   will   be  passed.   He did not personally care who the member was who  went down to Ottawa at this time, for  he thought, no matter how zealous he  was   he   could  not  commence to look  after such an enormous constituency as  the Yale-Cariboo.    However a man can  only  do his best, and it is the duty of  the man elected, to be doubly zealous  on  account of the diversified interests  he would be called upon to represent.  The general elections being over,,  this one, the speaker, said, was practically a by-election, similar to four  others being held elsewhere in the Dominion. Mr. McKane, the candidate  of the Conservative party, had made  the absurd and very foolish statement  ��� that the reason our election had been  postponed, was to allow those who  could get away to go to Brandon to  light for Mr. Sifton-''to return home  again in ample time for this election.  The parliament of Canada was not  guilty of any such act. As know to all  these by-elections have been held under both Liberal "aud Conservative  governments.. The reason being on  account of the remoteness of many of  the polling places, the returning officer  in the seven days allowed between the  nomination a;id election, under the  act. was unable to cover the district in  sending otst' his instructions,- ballot  boxes, papers, etc. Consequently in  certain districts these late elections  were held. The speaker said, in the  . course of his tour throughout the district, he had found it very hard to  work up any actual enthusiasm.' "People think,'* he said,"thatas the general  elections have gone Liberal that this  constituency will go as a matter of  course.   I appeal to my aupporters not  to   let   thia   hinder th��m'in- the campaign.    It _nU3t*not be taken asf a matter of course.    You all-know that many  a battle, nearly won, has been los.t by  overconfidence.   This   is  a three-cornered fight, and like'a horse race, has  a   very .uncertain   ending.    Don't lag  in  your work when*there is still time  for you to do good," was' his plea'to the  Liberal supporters to rally to the fight.  He   then  entered upon a few of the  issues that were discussed during the  campaign   just   ended,   in 'which the  goyernrnent   were  su&tained   and   reelected to power.   Taking up the trade  policy under the two parties,  he characterized the,Conservative policy, as a  policy of trade restriction,  while that  under the Liberal'regime, was a policy  of trade expansion.j   During the 'cam-  pagn the Conservatives had said   that  the Liberal policy-, yvas a bad one to the  general interests of the country.    "Let  us look   into   this feature,', said the  speaker,   as   he   proceeded to  glance  over some slips containing statistical  information.    "From 1878- to 1896, the  i8 years the Conservative government  was in power, wheti-a high  protective  policy   was  the   thing,   our  increase  amounted to  $66,000,000.   While from  1896 .up   to   the end of the last fiscal  year,- we find that, under the readjustment of  the tariff On the lines of expansion of trade, it had jumped to $85,-  000,000.    And yet the opposition claim  that   wehave   broken our pledges. '���'��� I  I take it  that we have amply.fulfilled  them as thet.e figures show,for in other  words,   our trade during the past four  years has increased nearly $20,000,000  more than it did  under the old policy  in 18 years.'   The.Conservatives claim  that we have really.,made, no change in  thejarrff as adopted by_ .hem.   Now I  have   shown you ' a 'very marked increase   in   our  trade;  surely  this has'  been   beneficial to   the people of Canada, both consumers  and  purchasers?  In the readjustment of the tariff a certain number of articles  that  formerly  paid duty are now admitted free, while  to 200 some odd other articles  the tariff has been reduced. - I grant that the  reduction   is   small  on the individual  commodity,   but. in ,the aggregate we  find    that   during   the   term   of  the  Liberal administration it has saved to  the .country no less a sum $4,500,000'  Taking   it. on   a   basis   that-Canada  manufactures    an. amount*_equal-.to  what   she" imports "of   manufactured  goods,  our manufacturers in'order to  meet   competition .have   got   to   sell  goods   at   a price   sufficiently low to  meet   the   price' of    imported   goods,  thereby   saving-another $4,500,000 to  the  consumer. * That  makes" directly  and indirectly a saving of .roughly $9".  000,000, or on a'tsasis of $5.50per head  for each man womaa'and child in the  country. _This, is   nx>t   the   same.old  Conservative suit of clothes.   .If it is  though,   it .has    been   so  materially  altered  that, the original owner -could  scarcely recognize it."  ���     ' ' *  ,The speaker said of the Preferential  tariff- that it had benefited the country. In reducing the tariff'33 1-3 per  cent in favor of the imports from  Great Britain, the opposition _ had  charged the government ia not receiving a quid pro quo. ' H�� would, however prove different. Not only was trie  English manufacturer selling more  but was importing more than ever before in the history of the country. Instead of Canada only having a third-,  rate market in England, as was the  case during the Conservative administration of affairs, they now had a first-  class market,especially for such exports  as butter, cheese and grain. During  the 18 years up to "1896'trade with  Great Britain amounted to $20,000,000,  while during the brief four years since  that time it had grown to over $32,500,-  000.  Again, to take as an illustration- of  the progressive policy of the government, Mr. Galliher cited the quarantine regulattons heretofore existing  between Canada and the United States  but which had been removed by mutual  agreement. Previous to its removal,  as was well known, by reason of the  restrictions imposed,. there was little  trade' alond the borders of theinter-  nationrl ������' boundary line, in cattle and  horses. Since ?he removal of these re.  strictions, a market had beeu opened  up, which added to' the trade of the  Dominion thesum of $4,250,000. ���'.-  The speaker next took.up t_\e rail-,  road policy, showing the difference between the methods adopted by the two  great parties, when in power. There  are few competing lines in this country, consequently everything hinges'  around the Canadian, Pacific -'railway.  The Conservatives claim all the credit  for the building of this road which had  purchased Western Canada to a large  degree. While concecding this Mr.  Galliher pointed but that in a measure  the road has hindered the more rapid  development and opening up'of the  country by reason of the immense,  tracts of land, millions upon millions  of acres that were given away to bonus  the road. "We should have left this  land," lie said, "for the settlers. Naturally the C. P. R. land department  had the pick of: the country, arid the  officials were, not slow to get all the  best���the arable. No land subsidies  should be given away, they aire heritage to the people of Canada, and must  not be given away torailway corporations to help build roads. If it is necessary  to subsidize a railway company.  -make it a cash bopus. Roads that are  hard to build, that open up new'country, should in my opinion be assisted  by a reasonable cash subsidy,but leave  the land to the settler. (Appiauae.)  Continuing j the speaker pointed out  that the Liberal government in granting charters held certain restrictions  over passenger ana freight rates. This  their opponents had not done with the  C. P. R.' and as a consequence it is well  known that for years the northwest  suffered from exorbitant rates.so much  so, that ip some cases the farmer was  unable to sell his crops to" the bestad-  vantage.arid in some cases at a positive  loss. This state of affairs did not conduce to the' rapid settling up of the  Territories. Ever since -the' present  administration came into power the  government had exercised a .control  over the rates to be charged, notably  in the case of the Crow's Nest Pass  branch and the Canadian Northern.  This was a protection due '.to the people, thus rendering the railway corporations not masters of the people,  but servants of; the people. All railway charters hereafter to be applied  for must contain a clause that will allow a parallel railway, where necessary to have running privileges, or to  cross the tracks of the company seeking incorporation. >W.hile on."the question .of.' railways, he" took occasion to  extoll the administration of Honorable  Mr.--Blair,"-ininister of railways, who  .was returned to power, in opposition  to a most popular ex-minister of the  Conservative govern men t, by a vote' of  1,070 majority. His administration  was acceptable not only to the voters  in his own constituency but by the  whole Dominion, for credit is due him  for pulling out the Intercolonial railway from a* quagmire of debt to a  financial success. Not only has Mr.  Blair stopped an everlasting drain of  some half million dollars a year on the  public treasury, _ but has placed the  road in such a shape that at the end of  the last fiscal year, instead of a deficit,  it had to its credit $65,000 of a surplus,  after paying all running expenses; extending its track into Montreal, and  meeting the'requirements for much additional rolling stock and an increased  salary list. ���    'j t:" \ '   v  ."Another matter we have.yf.eeij  charged' with,|K said the speaker, "is  the increased '.expenditure _; of ^'public  moneys.fylt'is'ilai-ned that'.when the  Liberal ��� party went to 'the people in  the election bf 1896 it promised'to cut  down expenses according to Jthe income. Well, r let us see what ifhas"  done in this "direction. The Tories  raised a hue and cry that instead of-  ci_Jttiqg_.dpi(va.the pxpenditiice wehavef  increased it. Certainly this is true.  But the Conservatives- have not  charged us with an unwise or corrupt  expenditure, because they had no  foundation to do so. While admitting  that our expenditure has increased, I  think I have already shown you that  u'ot,only has our trade increased, but  i t has jumped forward at a tremendous pace,. and- you. all know .that it  takes -money to make money. -'We  western men would like to see the  -government liberal in expenditure in  public improvements in this district,  and if I am returned to Ottawa I shall  do my best'to see that this district gets  its share in' the appropriation's. (Ap-  plause.'7~ The charge of Veckless expenditure **on our part, is not borne out  by the facts. Has not the revenue  been largely increased by^i^e and  judicious legislation? W*' ...^Ihe result? \ Why,'; instead of/' /a deficit of $500,000, we \y_ ,Jw to the  creditof Canada ove*g ^0,000. Now  I am not egotisticr. j   7/Jgh to say that  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  I---  JENCKES MACHINE CO,  9*************  | IN STOCK |  | ROSSLAND 1  $ Warehouse. $���  * *   9  **9***********  Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps.  Chain Blocks,  Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  CANADIAN RANB BRILL C��.  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R.P.WILLIAMS, F. R. fflENDENHALL,  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  4  ������  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ^444444444^^4444444444444444444444444 44^*  ^twmttmtmmwww...mm!ww  I    The James Cooper Mfg, Co.,    |   MONTREAL, QUEBEC,   *#-  -**  MANUFACTURERS OF  I Tnflerso_l*$erfleatit  H BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  g��l Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. ���  _������� _____-���-__-__-_--  ���j~ ft M* V>* _-lctlally.Koss.at_d, B. C.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE ^  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 3  PRESSORS . ... H  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS *~*--��w=_f-  OF ALL KINDS. , _-_3  STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSLA.JD. �����**  fi. R. Kirkpatricft, Greenwood, B. *Z* _rs  s^auiiiiuiiiuiiiiuiuaiiauiauauauiaiiiiiaaiauiaiiiuiaiuiauiaiauiuiiuaiiauiiuaiaii^  COMPANIES' ACT. 1897.  Morrison  Mines, Limited  sonal Liability).  (Non-Per-  Take notice that the shares in the Morrison  Mines, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability) hereinafter described, have been declared in default  and will be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cash, at the office of the said company, Rendell building, Copper street, Greenwood, B. C, on Saturday, the 22nd day of- December, A. D., 1900, at the hour of four o'clock  in the afternoon, to satisfy assessments which  have been made thereon and are in default for  a period exceeding- sixty days after notice and  demand of payment of such assessments.  Canada's * preajh j is due' Bolely to  the fact tjfla- we' havt. at Ottawa a  Liberal '{&m\\is,txa.t\or^?L& some of my  arder_t?-_,iber.l friends would have it,  but J? do riaim that when prosperity  came, to Canada-we had guiding the  country * galaxy "of statesmen, unequalled in the country's history, to  whom credit is due for fostering this  prosperity. For as you all know that  by maladministration this same prosperity could have been largely checked.  We clafrm credit;for being equal to cope  with -prosperity and _in-'Seeping pace  with other countries. This has been  done through our expansion of trade  policy; no.wonder-our expenditure has  increased, when we find that for the  expenditure we have received such  magnificent returns."  Mr. Galliher then took up matters of  a local' nature. Of these the much  vexed. Chinese question first claimed  his attention. He said he had a strong  objection to this class of immigration  giving among other reasons, the fact  that they seldom make good citizens,  that they do not intermarry, and that  when they have made their little pile  they return ��� home, taking along with  them their money, which was becoming a constant drain on the currency of  the country. He pointed out that Sir  Wilfred Laurier . had- done all in his  power to increase the poll tax to $500  but had been opposed by both Conservative and Liberal members representing .far .eastern constituencies."  These members having in-many cases  been forced to take the.stand tHey did  for fear of losing their seats, and by  the action of the clergy, who bitterly  opposed the measure, bringing all the  power of the church ~ to influence the  members.      ;   -..- .������".*.  ������ '-.���' \   ;";-'  No. o�� ������  Certlficaf    '  . te.  No. of   ���������'  Shares.  Amount of   As  sessment  Due  and Unpaid.  49  l,ooo  *--$4oc y  SO  2,ooo  8 00  /'       si  2,ooo.  ....  ������;'     soo  52  Soo-���"���*���  20 00  84  "*        5.0O0:  5 00  201  4,ooo  40 00  202  5,ooo  5000  203  ���     5,ooo -  50 OO  204  5,ooo  ���   ��� ���'.   SO 00          ,  205  5,ooo  -..,.-50-00    . .-'���  i     -"- 206  5,ooo  SO 00   .  .     207  5,ooo  ��000  754  l,ooo '."  . .���    10 00  -    755  l,oob  - 10 (0  756  l,ooo  10 00  757  1,000  '       10 00  758  1,000'  .   '    10 00  ���      .  759  1,000  10 00  ~760  1,000  10 00    ,  761  l,ooo  10 00  762  1,000  10 00  763  l,ooo  10 00  229  Soo.  ���350  269  300  :  100  292  1,000  oZOO   -  233  10,000.  *     .  2000  234  5,000  10 00  ;             338  Soo  3.50  '-           339  5oo  3 50  ;                340  5oo  350    ���  ..           341  5oo  3 50  342  Soo  ,3 50  343  Soo  350  344  5oo   .  _S0  345  5oo    -  ,3 50   -      346  5oo  ��� ���    . 3.50  1          347  5oo  3 50  .     ,    353  3.000  12 00  ���          356  5oo  .250      .  357  il          401  5oo .  3 50  5oo  100  4K/  5oo  '���-.-��� 3 50  420  1,000  - 2 00  -      534  5oo  ���'.      10 00     '  ���  680  2,ooo  350  690  5op  7 00  694  1,000  100  695  5oo  -  400  728  2,ooo  14 00  711  2,ooo  200  733  1,000  400  734  _      1,000"  ' 4 00  735  1,000  400  736  l.ooo  4 00  814  494  3 46  815  750  7 50  '      820  5oo  2 00  816  5,ooo  5000  817  5,ooo  "50 00  818  3,ooo  30 00  Dated this 19th day of November, A. D., 1900  A. F. OLIVER,  Secretary Moirison Mines, Limited.  BUkEAU OF PROVINCIAL INFORMATION  IN ORDER that the Government may be in  possession of definate ii formation with  which to supply those seckliif' investments in  this Province, I am instructed to invite particulars from those who have propert'es for sale,  arid who may feel disposed lo forward such  purticulars to this office for the purpose in  -inestion.  In view of the proposed early re-organization  of the Agent General's Office in London, England, the desirability of having on file a list of  farms and other properties for sale, with full  and accurate details, is obvious. Properties  submitted may include farms and farm lands,  industrial or commercial concerns, timber  limits, water powers, or other enterprises  affording opportunities for legitimate investment.  It is not proposed to recommend propertien  to intending investors, but to afford access to  the classified lists and all available information  connected therewith, and to please enquirers .h  communication with the owners.  The fullest particulars are desired not only  of.the properties themselves, but thc localities  in which they are situat'-d, and the conditions  affecting them. For /this pnrpSse printed  schedules will, upon application, be forwarded  to those desirous of making-sales.  R. E. GOSNELL,  Secretary, Bureau of Provincial Information.  NOTICE is hereby, given that application will  be made to the Legislative Assembly of  the Province of British Columbia at its next  session for a private bill to incorporate a company to build, equip, maintain and operate a  line or lines of railway of standard gauge from  a point at or near the junction of the Cold  Water and Nicola Rivers, thence following the  Cold Water River up stream about .22 miles,  thence running easterly through a natural pass  from the Cold Water-River to the divide to the  west fork of the Otter River, thence down the  west fork of the ptter'river to the main river,  thence following; the Otter river to .'its junction  with the Tullameen river to Otter Flat, thence  following the Tullameen river down stream to  its junction with the Similkameen river at or  near Princeton, or as an alternative route from-  the said junction of the Cold Water and Nicola  Rivers following the valley of the Nicola river  to Nicola lake, thence along the south shore of  the said Nicola Lake to (Juilchena creek thence-  following the valley of the Quilchena creek to  the divide of One Mile or Graveyard creek,  thence down the valley of One Mile or Graveyard creek to Princetou at the junction of the  Tullameen and Similkameen rivers aforesaid,  thence from Princeton following down the valley/of the said Similkameen river to a point  west of Osoyoos Lake, thence in an easterly  direction to the Osoyoos river, crossing the said  river above Osoyoos Lake or at other convenient points, thence in an easterly direction to  the divideof Rock creek, thence, down one of  the tributaries of the Kettle river to the valley  of the Kettle river, thence following the Kettle  river down stream to the town of Midway,thence  from the said town of Midway along the valley  of the Boundary creek, to the City of Greenwood and from the said ��� City of Greenwood in  a southeasterly direction to the City of Grand  Forks with power to construct, operate and  maintain branch lines to Aspen Grove Camp to  the Tullameen River camps and to Copper and  Kennedy Mountains and other points and with  power to construct operate and maintain all  necessary bridges, roads, ways and ferries and  to construct, acquire, own and maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith and  to construct, own, acquire, equip and maintain  steam and other vessels and boats and operate  the same on any navigable waters and to construct,, operate and maintain telegraph, and  telephone lines along the routes of said railway  and'itsbranchesor in connection therewith and  to transmit messages for commercial purposes  and to collect tolls therefor and to generate  electricity and supply light, heat and power  and to acquire and receive from any government, corporation or persons grants ol land,  money, bonuses, privileges or other assistance  in aid of the. construction of the company's  undertaking and to connect with and enter into  traffic or other arrangements with railway,  steamboat or other companies and for all rights,  powers and.privileges necessaay in or incidental,  to the premises and for other purposes. .. '  Dated at Vancouver, B. C, this 10th day of  -November^-lSOO.-==^���^^-h-'-'-^ ���= ^-^~=^===���=��-  WILSON &. SENKLER,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  Cigars and Tobaccos,  *.-      Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Coppbr Strb"-*t, Two Doors Below  Rendell Corner.     ���  ,*-  SWAYNE-HOUSE  C _ mf or table furnished rooms.  Pc i vate Board. Home Cook-  in g. Board and room from  $7 a week and upwards.  9���: ��� ; ��� .  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the  firsj ,  meeting of the Licence Commissioners for the ���  City of Greenwood held after thirty days from  the date hereof I shall apply for % transfer    "  from  me  to  Thomas Pieckart and Phil McDonald of the  Hotel Licence held by me for'  the Arlington Hotel, Copper street, in the C ity  '  of Greenwood,  -        J. E. HOOPER.  Dated December 3rd, 19oo.  J  6  V it  _.  For the convenience of out-  friends and patrons at a  distance who desire somey  thing good for the holiy  days, we have issued a  special catalogue^A post  card brings it.  -HI  (Concluded on Page Four.)  MINERAL   ACT,  1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  . NOTICE.  JOHANNESBERG   Minerl  Claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located: In Skylark camp.  AKE NOTICE that I, Otto Dil-  _ ler Free Miner's Certificate No  B7871, intend, sixty days from the dat e hereof  to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And further/ take  notice that action, nnder  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of suctf certifictte of improvements.  Dated this 3td day of November. A. D-I90o.  / OTTS DILLER.  MINERAL, ACT, 1896.  " Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I," C. _E. Shaw as  agent for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B13 56 and William H.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593  intend; sixtv days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining"Recorder for,a Certificate of Ini  provements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. _E. SHAW.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  BURNS, BURNS FRACTIONAL, COPPER  TRUST FRACTIONAL, SCRANTON  OTIS FRACTION and PICLADILLY  FRACTION Mineral Claim ,situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Deadwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E. A. Bielenberg  Free Miner's Certificate No.  B8206, Intend sixty days from date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of June, A. D., 1900.  E. A. BIELENBER G  CUeiltt* Bros*  victoria,;-'.'-.;- -'b:c.  gigar Co  ���������������  -L_  Clarendon Hotel Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  ForPipeSf Tobaccos and Cigars  Wholesale and RetaiL  I. ROBT. JACOBS, Manager*  R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED.  .916.''  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  VICTORIA, B.  C.  iimiimi- -imimmi-ii mi ��� m  ���i'i  [  '  f  31  E. JACOBS  I,  GREENWOOD.  -nc.  IDcDonnell $ go,  *��  ...  Mines  and Real Estate  Greenwood and Myers Creek  I S  December 6, 1900.  THB GREENWOOD WESJKIA VlM%&  ->-  nptKiYi^ti'^mimmmi^^m  ���St.  I have added to the equipment of -jay dental .office an  apparatus; for the administration of , '���'���'.''  Nitrous Oxidi and Oxygen  for dental operations. This  is the latest, safest and best  method for the painless extraction of teeth or removal  oi the pulp���destroying the  nerve.  ���was the best heard in Greenwood during the canipig-n.. It was a frank,  straightforward,.- clear-cut expression  of his political views without any appeal to the electors' worst passions or  prejudices'. Mr. Galliher' gave an  earnest of .his ability and if elected he  will prove a splendid representative of  the growing west.  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1901-  Dr. R. Mathison  Both 'Phones.    Greenwood.  Che  UJeeKly times,  PUBLISHED BY '  The Greenwood Times Printing and Publishinfi  ��� ��� ^- .. -  Company, Limited.  DUNCAN  ROSS.....  .......Epitok.  ^^P^  THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6,1900.  THE ELECTOR'S DUTY.  Today, Thursday, December 6, the  electors of Yale_Cariboo will decide  who their representative will be in the  Dominion House of Commons for the  next five years. Their decision will  mean much so far as the future of the  district is concerned. There are three  candidates ib the field, W. A. Galliher,  the nominee of the Liberal party;  Chris Foley who champions,the Independent Labor cause, and John H.  McKane, an eleventh hour stafndard  bearer for the Conservative party. The  election of Mr. McKane would be inexpedient -with the Liberal party  strongly entrenched'and imbued with  the idea that the growing west-must  receive more consideration than it did  in the past. We believe that it would  , be good policy to send Mr. Galliher-to  Ottawa to strengthen the hands of the  Western Liberals in securing recog-  ���"-nition of the fast claims of the growing  ���west. It would-be folly to send an  enemy as a"-representative.'  The labor candidate is in the field  for a specific purpose. Believing that  there is. certain legislation to which  they are entitled, the laboring class are  strongly of the opinion that they should  send one of : their'own.number to Ottawa. The question for them to decide is whether'it would be'more in  . their interest to vote for a gentleman  who is a labor candidate alone or vote  for a supporter of a government  friendly to labor and who is himself  friendly to labor. We believe that Mr.  Galliher can'do more for labor at Ottawa than can Mr." Foley and that  laboring men would act wisely in Noting for him. .  From all reports the l^imes is firmly  of the opinion that Mr. Galliher will  be elected  Upon the principles apparently that  the false may be made to appear the  truth if only it is reiterated with sufficient persistency, opposition papers  are working twenty-four hours a day  "to*"convinCe*the-people-that the government owes its renewal of power to the  French Canadian vote of Quebec, and  that Ontario and the other speaking  provinces haye recorded ah adverse  verdict. Such a statement, however,  will not survive investigation, Nova  Scotia, New Brunswick and Prince  Edward Island in the east, have, each  largely increased the number of government supporters returned, and the  west sends back more Liberals than it  did before. As to Ontario, while it. is  true that the Tories have gained some  seats, the Agues show thai. >this is because of tne iniquitous gerrymander,  which has cut up the constituencies into every variety of grotesque shape,  hiving the Liberals and distributing  tlie Conservative vote where it would  do the most good. If the Toronto vote  be left out of the calculation, the total  vote polled by Liberal candidates is  actually larger than that given to Oppositionists, although upon that vote  the Conservatives secured a majority  of seventeen seats. The knowledge  that there only hope was in the Ontario gerrymander, was one of the  principal reasons for the desperate  struggle the Tories made to win, for  they realized that during the life of  of this new'" parliament, the gerrymander will be repealed, and a fair redistribution established ilpotj the new  census to be taken next year. y.  *-.  To the Electors of the Municipality of  the City of .Greenwood:  Ladies and . Gentlemen:��� I am a  candidate for the office of- mayor at the  approaching municipal election and respectfully solicit your votes and iiilluence. During the campaign I will  have opportunities of explaining my  views at length. Briefly stated, I am  in favor of the following:  \, The present state-of city finances  and the stringency of the money market -make it impossible to enunciate  a well defined policy of public improvements. An adequate system of waterworks is necessary and also some suitable plan of sewering the city, but  these and other improvements must be  deferred" until the city is in a better  financial position. I confidently believe that by the exercise of wise judgment, the finances of the city can be  placed Upon such asouud footing that  necessary public works can be constructed without placing excessive burdens upon the piresent taxpayers.  The credit of the city must be restored  and maintaWied; . Litigation should  be avoided and I am in favor of an  amicable settlement with tliose who  have just claims against the corporation. ���":������'���������'  If Greenwood is to occupy the prominence to which she is entitled by natural advantage, the city must" be  brought into the closest touch with the  surrounding mining camps. Dining  1901 every effort should be made to  secure the construction "of the tramway  without imposing additional burdens  on the ratepayers beyonfl those to  which they are already.pledged.  The strength o.f every city, particularly onesituated in the heart of a  mining district, lies iu its workingmen  and its future depends upon them. I  am in favor of recognizing theirclaims  to proper protection. I believe _ eight  hours, should constitute a legal day's  work1 and. 7this principal should be  adopted by the municipality. Generally  speaking,'* I- am in favor of  municipal, .work being carried on; by  day labor, but ih the event of contract  work" being, necessary, I would insist  that contractors should pay the current  wage.   .  ���"Tam opposed to the employment of  Chinese, and -the encouragement of  Chinese immigration and any power  granted .to.-'the corporation by the  Municipal Clauses Act should be exercised to the fullest extent in restricting  .their employment in the city.  The mayor's time should be devoted  to the ��� work of the city. ��� I am not rich  enough, to do this without compensation and if elected I will expect a sufficient'sum to properly represent the  city without'loss to myself.  The?first of each year, estimates  should be prepared giving each section  of the city an equitable share of the expenditure and these estimates should  be religiously followed.  I am your obedient servant,  - Duncan Ross.  -      -THE UNION -JACK-  WhicH floats. over Britain and all her  colotile _ is emblematic ot the adage,  "In union there is strength.'.' The  patriotic- ladies of Canada can exemplify that adage, -and indulge' a  patriotic.sentiment, by assisting their  English, Scotch andlrish cousins who  produce the pure machine-made green  teas of Ceylon and India. Tea drinkers  will lind the Blue Ribbon, Monsoon  and Salada green... teas a'.pleasant  change from Japans.���Colonist. .  SAW DEATH NEAR. T  "It of ten made'my heartache," writes  L. C. Overstreet, of Elgin, Tenn., "to  hear my wife cough until it seemed her  weak and sore lungswouldcollap.se.  Good doctors said she was so far gone  with consumption that no medicine or  earthly help could save her,but a friend  recommended Dr. King's New Discovery and persistent use of this excellent medicine saved her life." Its  absolutely guaranteed for .coughs,  colds, bronchitis", asthma and all throat  and lung diseases. 50c and $1 at Miller Bros, drug store. Trial bottles free.  A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street,, for groceries, provisions, .produce. Headquarters for green fruits' tf  Sixty-five dollars will "->uy a good pipe  tone organ. . Greenwood Music Store.  For .Sale���First-class   cook   stove  dishes,'carpet, etc   Apply at Watson's  cigar store. Copperstreet.  THE  BANK  OF  '.;,.���'��� '��� Established In 1836:  Incorporated toy Royal Charter.  Paid-up Catlta.-.-......... ...$4,866,666  , Reserve Fund.....  ......$1,581,666 ,  London Office: ;���'.:'������  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C  TOMTTOte  For Sai>.���Household furniture, including two bed:ro6m sets, carpets, etc.  Apply Greenwood Steam Laundry. __  Cotmi*oF Directors:.  ���  ' J. H. Brodie,' Joliu James Carter, Gaspard  Farrer, Richard 11. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. King, s-  ford, Fred-Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. "WalHa.  Pead office in Canada: St. James nt., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manag-er.  J. Elmsley; Inspector.  -        .������*.     ���    ���    ������    -��-���."    '.���-'-���'",���       .  Branches in Canada:  London, Brantford, Hamilton,' Toronto,  Moutreal. Ottawa, Kingston,Qnebec,.St. John,  N. B., Brandon, Winnipeg. Fredericton, N. B.,  Halifax, Victoria, Vancouver. Rossland, Kaslo,  Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, K. W.  T., Greenwood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  avQENTS in-the United States:  ' Spokane���Traders' National. Bank and Old  National Bank. New, York���(52 Wall street)  "W. Lawsott and J. C. Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���C-24 Sansome street) H. J.' Mc-  Michael and J. R. Ambrose agents.  London Bankers:  The Bank of England and" Messrs. Glyn * Co.  . Foreign Agents:  Liverpool���Bank of Liverpool. A stralia���  Union Bank of Australia. New Zealand���Union  Band of Australia, Bank; of New Zealand.  India, China and Japan���Chartared Mercantile:  Bank of India, London and China. Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Barfk.. Parls-Marcnalrd.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lybnnals.  J. ANDERSO.., Manager. Greenwood   B. C  TO THE   DEAF.  A" rich lady cured of her deafness  and noises in the head by Dr. Nicholson's artificial ear drums, gave $10,000  to his institute, so that deaf people  unable to procure the ear drums may  have them free. Address No. 14520C,  The Nicholson Institute, 780 IJighttf  Avenue, New York, U. S. A,  MUSIC LESSONS  Miss Flesher is prepared to .take  pupils;in piano' or organ instructions  after the 1st of October.* Apply at the  home of Mr.*. C. __B. Shaw.  PROFESSIONAL", CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW.  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address:   "hallett."  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing & Ncal's  Leiber's.  [. H.  HA-.I.I-TT.  Greenwood,  B. O.  H. C. SHAW.  CANADA   IS ADVERTISED.  EDITORIAL NOTE.S  Vote for Galliher.  A vote for McKane is a vote thrown  a*vay.  Don't stop growing time.    Vote for  Galliher.   Voting will take place  today in the  O'Brien building, Copper street.  What the C. P. R. is Doine in Making  - the Dominion Known Abroad.  Mr. J. C. Holden, president of the  Ames-Holden company, who recently  returned to Montreal after a two-and-a-  half years tour around the world, concluded" an interview in the Montreal  Gazette by stating:  "Two things'in particular are making Canada more widely known and  more, highly considered the world over.  First her part in the war, which has  oxcited interest not only in England  but in every part of the globe; secondly, the widespread advertisements of  the C. P. R. Wherever Mr. Holden  went he found the pamphlets of the  great railroad.' He found them in  Russia,'In Norway, in Turkey. When  the P; and O. steamships reached Hong  Kong all the passengers wished if possible to go on by the Empress boats;  for, after experience of the ships of  many* lines and many nations, -Mr.  Holden declares them.unsurpassed for  comfort, table and attendance. Even  iu out-Of-the-way up-country inns in  Japan, where;guests are forced to eat  and sleep on the floor and their diet  consists of fish in every possible form,  the C. P. R^advertisements were found,  Canada's reputation . has never stood  higher than now."  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  J.P  MCLEOD;  Barrister a~Sd Sclicitor, s  Notary- Public, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller clock. Greenwood,B.C.  ���    * ���      ���  F. W. GROVES,  c_ Civil and Mining Engineer  Provincial Land Surveyor.  greenwood, B.C.  ailneral-Claiuis-Repbrted upon.     ���      -  Underground Surveys.  FORBES M. KERBY. CE'  Provincial Land Surveyor.  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He leaves a widow to Whom  the sympathy of the entire entire com-  mnnity is extended. The funeral took  place on Saturday and was'largely attended.  Large collection of sheet music at 5,  10 and 15 cents. Greenwood Music  Store. '.-������'  The Chamber of Mines wants thoij  oughly ' reliable ��� correspondents" in  every' camp in the districts of  East and West Kootenay and Yale to  whom reasonable compensation will be  paid for their services.  Correspondents will be expected to  furnish the Chamber of Mines with all  development going on at the mines,  .the installation of machinery, shipments of ore and value, and generally  such news as will attract, the attention  -of .capitalists and cause them to in  vestigate and invest.  Applications to be'addressed to the  CHAMBES OF MINES,  Southern. British Columbia--."  (Kootenays and Yale)  P. O. Box S78.f -   - ROSSLAND, B.C.  FIrst-Qlasa Sleepers on all.Trains From  Revelstoke. and, Kootenay * Landlns.  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Sole agents for Morgan Crucible Company,  Battersea and Standard*Firebrick Co., CruciMes.rand:Muffles.   XiecUcr's Sohs' Balances, "Etc.  Catalogue and full particularr sent on application.  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.  .A.  MIDWAY, ByC  First-Class Accommodation. Best Brands Liauors and Cigars  THOS. McAUI/AY, Proprietor. _~��� "' 1     '  1 ���  ir-^^-v-  mxmmnmt*iAtxM  fm-&mwwm&~-WMKi�� ftms  iii i irii.^'c^��^iJ-rir_��~',*",",ir,",**;-'���jtt*s"  ���*__-->--��f 1..-..1--...V-1 ^.^  December 6,  CANDIDATE  to  let  Delivers a Strong Speech in  Auditorium  LAST FRIDAY NIGHT  Places His Position Cleariy^Before the  Electors���Defence of the Liberal  Government.  The Liberal rally last Friday night  at the Auditorium, was in every way a  success, notwithstanding a counter attraction in the shape���of a banquet held  by the' Scotchmen in honor of their  Patron Saint���St. Andrews���oh the  same evening. There was a thoroughly  representative audience, which if it  lacked in numbers, made up in enthusiasm by frequent outbursts of ap-  -pla-use to the many telling points made  by W.. A. Galliher, the principal  speaker. The Liberal standard bearer  ..presented his case in a clear and convincing manner. His address from a  political point of view, was as strong  a.11 argument on behalf of the government, as there has been heard iu this  "thispity. The candidate, though suffering from a severe hoarseness, spoke  to the meeting for over one hour, in-  ���which time, he thoroughly thrashed  out the principal issues of the campaign.  J. R. Brown took the chair and introduced Mr. Galliher. Messrs. W. S.  Keith and J. H. Macfarlane, of the  local Liberal association, also occupied  seats on the platform. No opposition  speaker responded to the invitation of  the chair, and consequently the meeting, like the last few helcl in this city,  was'ali a one-sided'affair.' The chairman opened the proceedings with a  short speech, in which he briefly went  over the several acts of legislation  " passed by the Liberals in favor of the  ���workingman, and closed with a strong  appeal for Mr. Galliher, whom he then  introduced to the audience.  '^MrV Galliher on coming forward was  received with applause. As ,a^ pre-  "limiiiary to the serious portion of his  address, he said, that it was the third  * time he had been in the city, the first  being barely a year since when the"  "iron house',' marked one of the onward epochs in the upbuilding of  Greenwood. He was informed that  '. times were not so brisk as then, but  with the natural position the town occupied and the energetic .class of citizens it possessed, he felt sure there  were prosperous times coming. He  spoke of the constituency which he  .��� hoped to represent in parliament, as  being one of the largest in the Dominion, and the inability of candidates  to properly cover it so as to lay their  -Views personally before the people.  .He realized this at the time of his  .nomination, knowing what a task.it  was, and had a good deal of diffidence  in accepting the honor of being the  party's candidate, Instead of the dis-  trict"being" represented" by-only one  member, it should, he believed,-have at  least three. This, however, will  doubtless be granted after the next  census in 1901, when a redistribution  bill will be passed. He did not personally care who the member was who  went down to Ottawa at this time, for  he thought, no matter how zealous he  was he could not commence to look  after such an enormous constituency as  the Yale-Cariboo. However a man can  only do his best, and it is the duty of  the man elected, to be doubly zealous  on account: of the diversified interests  he would be called upon to represent.  The general elections being oyer;  this one, the speaker, said, was practically a by-election, similar to four  others being held elsewhere in the Dominion*. Mr. McKane, the candidate  of the Conservative party,-had made  the absurd arid very foolish statement  ' that the reason our electiou had been  postponed, was to allow those who  could get away to- go to Brandon to  fight for Mr. Sifton-yt�� returnhome  again in ample time for this election.  The parliament of Canada was not  guilty of any such act. As know to all  these by-elections have been held under both Liberal "and Conservative  governments.. The reason being on  account of the remoteness of many of.  the polling places, tbe returning officer  in the seven days.allowed between the  nomination ajid election, under the  act, was unable to cover the district in  sending oot his instructions, ballot  boxes, papers, etc. Consequently in  certain districts these late elections  were held. The speaker said, in the  course of his tour throughout the district, he had found it very hard to  work up any actual enthusiasm. ^.People; think," he said,"that aa the general  elections have gone Liberal that this  constituency will go as a matter of  course.   I appeal to my supporters not  this hinder them'in the.-campaign. It must not'be taken a3 a matter of course*. You ail-know that many  a battle, nearly won, has been los.t by  overconfidence. This is a three-cornered fight, and like'a horse race, has  a very uncertain ending. DorX't lag  in; your work wheh"t{tere:is still': time;  for you to do good," was his plea'to th��.  Liberal, supporters to rally to the fight.-  He then entered" upon a few of the  issues that were discussed during the  campaign just ended, in * which the.  goyernment were sustained a,nd {reelected to power. Taking iip the trade  policy under the two parties, he characterized the.Conseryative policy, as a  policy of trade restriction, while that'  under the Liberal*regime, was a policy  of tr_t,de expansion.!' During, the'cam-  pa"gn the Conservatives had said that  the Liberal policy, was a bad one to the  general interests of the country, v- ''Let  us look into this'-'feature,'', said the  speaker, as he proceeded to glance  over some slips containing statistical  information. "From 1878-to 1896,. the  18 years the Conservative government  was in power, wheria high protective  policy was the thing, our increase  amounted to $66,000,000. While from  1896 up to the end of the last fiscal,  year,' we find that, under the readjustment of the tariff on the lines of expansion of trade, it had jumped to $85,-  000,000. And yet the opposition claim  that we have broken our pledges. I  I take it that we have amply.fulfilled  them as these figures show,for in other  words, our trade during the past four  years has increased nearly $20,000,000  more than it did under the -old policy  in 18 years. - The Conservatives claim  that we have really* majle; no change in  the .tariff as adopted by^Jhem. Now I  have -shown you a "veryymarked ia-  crease in our trade", surely this has'  been beneficial to the people of Canada, both consumers and purchasers?  In the readjustment of the tariff a certain number of articles that formerly  paid duty are now admitted free, while  to 200 some odd other articles the tariff has been.reduced.- I grant that the  reduction is small on the individual  commodity, but - in ,the aggregate we  find that- during the term of the  Liberal administration it has saved to  the ��� country no less a sum $4,500,000';  Taking it on a basis that'.Canada  manufactures an amountrequal-;to  w-iat. she imports" of manufactured  goods, our manufacturers in'order to  meet competition .have got to' sell  goods, at .a price sufficiently low to  meet the price' of imported goods,  thereby   saving: another $4,500,000 to  ./���  the consumer. - That makes directly  and indirectly a saving of roughly $? -  000,000, or on a'-tiasis of $5.50.' per head  for each man woman "and_ child -in the  country. .This, isy not the same .old  Conservative suit of clothes.- If it is  though, it*, has been so materially  altered that -the original owner could  scarcely recognize it." -  .The speaker said of the Preferential  tariff- that it had benefited the country. In reducing the tariff"33 1-3 per  cent in favor of the imports from  Great Britain, the opposition, had  charged the government ia not receiving a quid pro quo.' He would, however prove different. Not only was the  English manufacturer selling more  but was importing more than ever before in the history of the country. Instead of Canada only having a third-  rate market in" England, as was the  case during the Conservative administration of affairs, they no.w had a first-  class market,especially for such exports  as -butter, cheese and gra^n.--During  the "18 years up to "1896'trade with  Great Britain amounted to $20,000,000,  while during the brief four year* since  that time it had grown to over $32,500,-  000. .    -"  Again, to take as an illustration- of  the progressive policy of the government, Mr. Galliher cited the quarantine regulattons heretofore* existing  between Canada and the United States  but which had been removed by mutual  agreement. Previousto its removal,  as was well known, by'reason of the  restrictions imposed,, there was little  trade' alond the borders of the'inter-  nationrl ��� boundary line, in cattle and  horses. -Since tne removal of these restrictions," a market had been opened  up, which added to'the trade of the  Dominion the>um of $4,250,000.:  The speaker next took'up the rail-;  road policy, showing the difference be'  tween the methods adopted by the two  great parties, when iu power. There  are few competing lines in this country, consequently everything hinges'  around the Canadian .Pacific- "raily*ay.  The Conservatives claim all the credit  for the building of this road which had  purchased Western Canada to a large  degree. While conceedirig this Mr.  Galliher pointed out that; in a measure  the road has hindered the more rapid  development and opening up' of the  country by reason of the. immense,  tracts of land, millions upon millions  of acres that were given away to bonus  the iroad. "We should have - left this  land," he said, "for the settlers. Naturally the C. P. R. land department  had the pick .'"of. the country, arid the  officials were, not slow to get all the  best���the arable. No land subsidies  should be given away, they are heritage to the people of Canada, and must  not be given away to railway corporations to help build roads.' If it is necessary  to subsidize a railway company.  make it a cash bqnusi Roads that arc  hard to build, that open up new country, should in my.op_Tiion be assisted  by', a' reasonable cash subsidy,but leave  the land to the settler. (Appiause.)  Continuing* the speaker pointed out  that the Liberal government in granting, charters held certain restrictions  oyer passenger and freight rates. This  their opponents had not done with the  C.'Pi R.'"and as a consequence it is well  known that for years the northwest  suffered from exorbitant rates,so much  so, that ip some cases the farmer was  unable;to sell his crops to the best ad-  vantage.aricTin some cases at a' positive  loss. This state of affairs did not conduce to the' rapid settling up of the  Territories. Ever, since 'the' present  administration came ' into power the  governmeaf had' exercised a .control  over; the. rates .to be charged, notably  in the /case .of the Crow's Nest Pass  branch and- the Canadian Northern.  This was a protection .due .to the people, thus, rendering the railway corporations not masters of the people,  but servants of7 the people. All railway charters hereafter to be applied  for must contain a clause that will allow a parallel. railway, where necessary to have running privileges, or to  cross the tracks of .the company seeking incorporation.-^While on^the question of railways, he' took occasion to  extoll the administration of Honorable  Mr. Blair," minister of railways, who  was returned to power, in opposition  to a most popular ex-minister of the  Conservative government) by a vote of  1,070 majority. His administration  was acceptable not only to the voters  iti his own constituency but by the  whole Dominion, for credit is due him  for pulling.out the Intercolonial railway from a! quagmire of debt to a  financial success. Not only has Mr.  Blair stopped an everlasting drain of  some half million dollars a year on the  public treasury, _ but has placed the  road in such a shape that at the end of  the last fiscal year, instead of a deficit,  it had to its credit $65,000 of a surplus,  after paying all running expenses; extending its track, into Montreal, and  meeting therequirements for much additional rolling stock and an increased  salary list. -    **<"* *  "Another   matter    we   have "been  -      -*1 ?(_*>��  charged" with,"* said the sjiealt^r," "is  the increased -exgenditure_,of fpublic  moneys. f^Il -is.claiined that/when thi  - *        -(-_._      , ,  Liberal ��� party*'went to 'the peopte'in  the election of 1896 it promised'to cut  down expenses according to the income. Well,,- let' us see' what if has'  done in this direction. The Tories'  raised a hue and cry that instead of  entity*, dpjy a .th�� |xpenditw_e we- ha vet  increased it. Certainly this is true  But the Conservatives Rave not  charged us' with an unwise or corrupt  expenditure, because they had no  foundation to do so. While admitting  that our expenditure has increased, I  think I have already shown you that  not only has our trade increased, but  i t has jumped forward at a tremendous pace,, and.--you, all know-that it  takes .money to. make * money. - We  western men would (like to see the  government liberal in expenditure in  public improvements in this district,  and if I am returned to Ottawa I shall  do my best .to see that this district gets  its share in- the appropriations. (Applause.)^- The'charge of reckless ex-  penditure'on our part, is not borne out  by the facts. Has not the revenue  been larg��ly increased by. fee and  judicious legislation? W_, \the result? "^WhyV; instead of ' ,|* a deficit, of 3500,000,. we '���* ,.��w to the  credit of Canada ove- ^jti.OOO. Now  I am not egotistic-- *iigh to say that  Canada.s pros,!** ;* is due solely to  the fact ���.aa-' we'hav^ at Ottawa a  Liberal -jdmiiistratioi^/'as some of my  ardenfr^iber.! friends would have it,  but J. do r_aim that When prosperity  came. ��� to Canada -we had guiding the  co'tintry s. galaxy'lof statesmen, unequalled in the country's history, to  whom credit is due for fostering this  prosperity. For as you all know that  by maladministration .this-same prosperity could- have been largely checked.  We clai-fff credit for being equal to cope  with prosperity and _in--keeping pace  with other countries. This has been  done; through our expansion of trade  policy; no,wonder.our expenditure has  increased, when we find .that for the  expenditure we have received such  magriificeut returns."           .-  Mr. Galliher then took up matters of  a local" nature. Of these the much  vexed. Chinese question first claimed  his attention. He said he' had a strong  objection to this class of immigration  giving among other reasons, the fact  that they seldom make good "citizens,  that they do not intermarry, and that  when-they have made their little pile  they return home, taking along with  them their'money, which was becoming, a constant drain on the currency of  the country. He pointed out that Sir  Wilfred Laurier . had done all in his  power to increase the poll tax to.$500  but. had been opposed by-both Conservative and Liberal members repre-  scri-ting- ������ iar ;eastern ���' constituencies."  These members having in many cases  been forced, to take the stand they did  for feir of losing their seats, and by  the action of the clergy.-who bitterly  apposed the measure, bringing, all the  power of: the 'church to influence the  members^.-:' 77". :���.--:��';������   ��� ' *'   *���-  44%  4��  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  JENCKES MACHINE CO.  99************  | IN STOCK 1  f rossland!  �� Warehouse, %  * 9  99************  Hoisting Plants, Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps/ Chain Blocks,  Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  CANABIAN RANB BRILL C@.  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which the highest degree of Perfection has  been attained,  R. P. WILLIAMS,  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  R. MENDENHALL,  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  4  ^4444444444^444444444444444444444444444^  I    The James Cooper Mfg, Co.,    1  *���-���r- MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -**  I Tngersoll'Serseant  ������  ������  B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  g��;    Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. '  ��~   ft B* e* Itleltally, Rossland, B. C.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE Es  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 5  PRESSORS> ... %  COMPT.ETE MINE EQUIPMENTS ****���*__i?_��-  OP AM. KINDS. , :__3  STOCK CARRIED IN RQSSLAND. r^��  ti. R. Kii-fepaii-iel., Greenwood, B. 0. ___s  ^iaiaiiiiiuiiiuauiiiauuiiauiiiuiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiiiiiiiiaiuauaiuiiiiiiiiauaaiui^  COMPANIES' ACT. 1897.  Morrison  Mines, Limited  sonal Liability).  (Non-Pei-  Take notice that the shares in the Morrison  Mines, Limited, (Non-Personal Liability) here-'  inafter described, have heen declared in default  and will be sold at public auction to the highest  bidder for cash, at the office of the said company, Rendell building. Copper street, Greenwood, B. C, on Saturday, the 22ud day of- December, A. D., 1900, at the hour of four o'clock  in the afternoon, to satisfy assessments which  hare been made thereon and are in default for  a period exceeding' sixty days af ter notice and  demand *f payment of such assessments.  No. o- "���  Certlficaf  _ te.  49  50  51  52  84  201  202  203  204  205  "* 206  2o7  754  ��� 755  756  757  758  . 759  "760  761  762  763  229  269  292  233  234  338  339  340  341  342  343  344  345  346  347  . 353  356  357  401  4K'  420  534  680  690  694  695  728  711  -733-  734  735  736  814  815  820  816  817  818  No. of  Shares.  l,ooo  2,ooo  2,ooo  5oo  5,ooo  4,ooo .  5,ooo  5,ooo .  5,ooo v:  5,ooo'.'���.  5,ooo  5,ooo  l,ooo'."  l,ooo  l,ooo;  I,ooo  l,ooo  l,ooo  l,ooo  l.ooo  l,ooo  1,000  5oo.  Soo  l,ooo  10,ooo  5,ooo  Soo  Soo ���  5oo  5oo  5oo  5oo  5oo  ���-.  5oo  5oo.  5oo  3.ooo  5oo  Soo . .  5oo  5do  1,000  5oo  2,ooo  5og  l,ooo  5oo  2,ooo  2,ooo  ��� 1,006���  l,ooo  1,000  l.ooo  494  750  5oo  5,ooo  5,ooo  3,ooo  Amount of   As  sessmeut  Due  'and Unpaid.  =- $ 4 0C '  8 00  '8 00  20 00  5 00 "  40 00  5000  50 00  ���. 50 00  .  50 00  50 00  : 50 00'  * 1000  10W  10 00  10 00  * 1000  10 00  1000  10 00  10 00  1000  3 50  - 1 00  .02 00  .. 20 00  10 00  3.50  3 50  350-  .3 50  ��� . 3 50  3 50  * 3 50  3 50  3 50  3 50  12 00  2 50  3 50  1 00  ,  3 50  2 00  10 00  -3 50  7 00  1 00  .4 00  14 00  2 00  ^-���4=00-  ��� 4 00  4 00  4 00  3 46  7 50  2 00  50 00  50 00  30 00  NOTICE is hereby given that application will  be made to the -Legislative Assembly of  the Province of British Columbia^at its next  session for a private bill to incorporate a company to build, equip, maintain and operate a  line or lines of railway of standard gauge from  a point at or near the. junction of the Cold  Water and Nicola Rivers, thence following the  Cold Water River up stream about 22 miles,  thence running easterly through a natural pass  from the Cold Water-River to the divide to the  west fork of the Otter River, thence down the  west fork of the Otter river to the main river,  thence following; the Otter river to. its junction  with the Tullameen.river to Otter Flat, thence  following the Tullameen'river down stream to  its junction with the Similkameen river at or  near Princeton, or as a�� alternative route from  the said" junction of the Cold Water and Nicola  Rivers following the valley of the Nicola river  to Nicola lake,'thence along the south shore of  the said Nicola Lake to Qtiilchena creek thence'  following the valley of the Quilchena creek to  the divide of One Mile or Graveyard creek,  thence down the valley of One Mile or Graveyard creek to Princeton at the junction of the  Tullameen and Similkameen rivers aforesaid,  thence'f rom Princeton following down the valley/ofthe said Similkameen. river to a point-  west of Osoyoos Lake, thence in an easterly  direction to the Osoyoos river, crossing the said  river above Osoyoos Lake or at other convenient points, thence in ait easterly direction to  thedivideof Rock creek, thence, down one of  the tributaries of the Kettle river to the valley  of the Kettle river, thence following the Kettle  river down stream to the town of Mid way,thence  from the said town of Midway along the valley  of the Boundary creek, to the City of Greenwood and from the said 'City of Greenwood in  a southeasterly direction to the City of Grand  Forks with power to construct, operate and  maintain branch lines to Aspen Grove Camp to  the Tullameen River camps and to Copper and  Kennedy Mountains and other points and with  power to construct operate and maintain all  necessary bridges, roads, ^tfays and ferries and  to construct, acquire,-'own'- and maintain  wharves and docks in connection therewith and  to construct, own, acquire, equip and maintain  steam and other vessels and boats and operate  the same ou any navigable waters and to construct, operate aud maintain telegraph and  telephone lines along the routes of said railway  arid Its branches or in connection therewith and  to transmit messages for commercial purposes  and to collect tolls therefor and to generate  electricity and supply light, heat and power  and to acquire and receive from any goyernment, corporation or persons grants ol land,  money, bonuses, privileges or other assistance  ' in 'aid of. the construction of the company's  undertaking and to connect with and enter Into  traffic or other arrangements with railway,  steamboat or other companies and for all rights,  powers and.privileges necessaay in or incidental  to the premises and for other purposes. .  ___Dated���a-__Vancouver,._B._.-C,,.this lot _Lday_Iof  DAWvSON   &   CRADDOCK  Clears and Tobaccos,  ;-*���������'    Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Coppbr Strbet, Two Doors  Bblow  Rendull Corner.  .��.-  SWAY! HOUSE  C. mforrable furnished rooms.  Pr iy'ate Board. Home Cook-  La g-. Board and room from  $7 a week and upwards.  '*��� ��� :   !>���  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that at the firsj  meeting of the Licence Commissioners for the-  City of Greenwood held after thirty days from  the date hereof I shall apply for % transfer  from me to Thomas Pieckart and Phil McDonald of the Hotel Licence held by me for  the Arlington Hotel, Copper street, in the C ity  of Greenwood,  J. E. HOOPEK.  Dated December 3rd, 19oo.  01  p  J.  Dated this 19th day of November, A. D., 1900  A.F.OLIVER,  Secretary Moirison Mines, Limited.  BUREAU OF PROVINCIAL INFORMATION  IN ORDER that the Government may be in  possession of defin ate it formation with  which to supply those seeking investments iu  this Province, I am instructed to Invite particulars from those who have propert'es for sale,  and who may feel disposed lo forward such  purticulars to this office for the purpose in  question.  In view of the proposed early re-organization  of the Agent General's Ofliee in London, Eug-  land, the desirability of having on file a list of  farms and other properties for sale, with full  and accurate details, is obvious.- Properties  submitted may include farms and farm lands,  industrial or commercial concerns, timber  limits, water powers, or other enterprises  affording opportunities for legitimate investment.  It is not proposed to recommend properties  to intending investors, but to afford access to  the classified lists and all available information  connected therewith, and to please enquirers -li  communication with the owners.  The fullest particulars are desired not only  of the properties themselves, but the localities  in which they are situated, and the conditions  affecting them. For /this pnrp5se printed  schedules will, npon application, be forwarded  to those desirous of making-sales.  R. E. GOSNELL,  Secretary, Bureau of Provincial Information.  MINERAL   ACT.  1896.  November, 1900.  WILSON &. SENKLER,  Solicitors for the Applicants.  MINERAL ACT/1896.  Certificate of ImDrovement-  NOTICE.  HONALULU mineral claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I.* C. M. Shaw as  agent for James R. McMackson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. Bl3 56 and William H.  McMackson, Free Miners Certificate No. B13593  intend; sixty days from date hereof, to apply to  the Mining Recorder for; a Certificate of Im  provements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crowu Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated the 20th day of November, 1899.  192 C. St. SHAW.  For the convenience of our  friends and patrons at a  distance who desire some/  thing good for the holidays, we have issued a  special catalogue^A post  card brings it.  ���*  'h%  '. '*  tester Bros  VICTORIA,    -   -  B. C.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  BURNS, BURNS FRACTIONAL, COPPER  TRUST FRACTIONAL, SCRANTON  OTIS FRACTION and PICLADILLY  FRACTION Miueral Claim .situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where lacated: In Deadwood  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, E. A. Bielenberg  Free Miner's Certificate Nr��.  B8266, intend sixty days from date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take notice that action under  Section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of June, A. D., 1900.  E. A. BIELENBER G  :i��t<iii��iiiin<iimn>mn >��.�� ��i�� m t mi i  R. P. Rithet & Co.  LIMITED.  IP  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  tin Queen..  (Concluded on Page Four.)  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  JOHANNESBERG   Miner!  Claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :   In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Otto Dil-  ler Free Miner's Certificate No  B7871, intend, sixty days from the dat e hereof  to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above claim.  And further/ take  notice that action, under  section 37, m��st be commenced before the is  suanceof suctfeertifictte bf improvements.  Dated this Xrd day of November. A. D., _90o.  OTTE DILLER.  ��igar Co  *****  A-  Clarendon Hotel Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  For Pipes, Tobaccos and Cigars  Wholesale and Retail  I. ROBT. JACOBS. Manager*  VICTORIA, B.  C.  ***  E. JACOBS  llEHC.  GREENWOOD.  mc���fitire  mcDonnell $ �����,  :���:��_  Mines  $  * *��  and Real Estate  Greenwood and Myers Greek  It  ��l: <*  I-  December 6, 1900.  GRE$tfwoo& weekly vMm  Richness, Style and dura-  bilityMhese are the points  in bur Jewelry that inteiv  estsbuyers {but even they  must depend on the hoiv  esty and good judgment ��  of the dealer in the selection of the best qualities.  We are ready to refund  the money for any article  not exactly as represented,  MILLER < BROS.  DRUGGIStS AND  "X       JEWELERS.  .  .  Coyper'fitreet. Greenwood, B.C.  LIBERAL CHBIDATE  He regretted that the Yaje-Cariboo  t\\rht was a three-cornered one, as he  would rath'er have seen the'vissues.  foug-ht out between the two old parties.  Speaking- directly to the adherents of  Mr. Foley, he said: ''It is unfortunate  that a mistake was made in bringing  Mr. Foley out in opposition to the  Liberal candida.c. The Liberalshave  helped labor iri the past, as was shown  you by the chairman, in the legislation that had been past for your benefit. If you have a friend it does no  good to antagonize him and I believe  that the working-man's support should  have been given the Liberal candidate  in this election. -"British Columbia has  only six members in the house. Such  being the case I ask you to consider  ���whether the general interest of the  community would hot be better served  by a member supporting the party in  power or by one in opposition."  In closing his address he took up the  matter of his signing- a petition for the  suspension, not the repeal of the eight-  hour law, as had been charged by  Candidate " McKane, in anything but  gentlemanly language. He had told  the : people of Kamloops that he (the  speaker) pretending to be the working-  man's friend was irireality stabbing  themTn the back like a political Judas.  Well, he would admit his signature to  the petition in question. But he  pointed out it w.as signed only in his  official capacity as vice-president of  the Dundee Mining company. He was  not a weak man and was not coerced  into signing the petition, though he  had no remembrance of doing so. He  "claiihed that sofar as his stand-ou the  eight-hour law, it had been consistent,  for as soon as he found that the government was determined to stand pat,  he told his associates in the Mine  Cwners' association that the act was  there to stay,aud that he for one would  have nothing to do with interferring  with it. His-position-on the question  was well known in the recent provincial election. In the Nelson riding he  had stood behind JoHn Houston and  helped elect him, and the issue of that  election was the eight-hour law. Again  when a commission was going to be  appointed by the legislature to re-open  the whole subject, he had himself, for  thc Miners' Union, drafted a petition,  which was largely circulated and  signed, praying that no such action be  taken. He did not think his audience  would agree with the Conservative  nominee in painting him so black as  Mr. McKane would have him appear  to be. On the other hand he told how  his opponent was raising the race cry  in this constituency, where it really  played no part in the campaign. He  thought that McKane was more properly fitted to be branded a traitor to his  his country. In eloquent language,  that was greeted with a storm of approval, he defended his chief, Sir Wilfred Laurier, as being a true patriot,.a  loyal subject and a good statesman.  In conclusion he said: "I ask you in  casting your votes on the 6th of December to consider the few remarks 1  have been privileged to make. If there  is that in what I have said that meets  with your approval I ask you to vote  for me. I believe in equal legislation  for all classes, and if it is my privilege  I will go down to Ottawa with that  end in view."    (Applause.)  The chair again asked if any one  wished to take the platform on behalf  of the opposition candidates. No one  appearing cheers were given for the  Queen and the Liberal candidate.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Qommerce.   BotH'-phones.  This carnival was held at the Audi  torium on the afternoons and evenings  of Wednesday and Thursday of last  week, being opened by Robert Wood  on the first afternoon at 2:30, and was  both in respect to attendance and  money receipts, and the merit of the  entertainment offered, an unqualified  success. The affair had been previously brought to the notice of the  public by means of the distribution of  a clever and unique programme, and  tliis without doubt contributed to the  general interest taken.  The carnival consisted of two main  features, a bazaar or fancy fayre and  a theatrical and musical entertainment.  For. the bazaar, the iloor space of the  Auditorium, under the galleries,, had  oeen arranged in stalls tastefully decorated by skilled hands and displaying to the very best advantage the  tempting wares. The three fancy  goods stalls were presided | over by  Mrs. Schon, assisted Mrs. Howe and  Miss Schon; Mrs. Shaw, assisted by  Mrs. Robert Wood , Miss Flesher and  Miss Minkler; and Mrs. Ashcroft assisted by Mrs. Ross and Mrs. Kruse,"  while Mrs. White and Mrs. Evans did  a large: business in sweeties, and Mrs.  Atwood, Mrs. Smythe and Mrs. Cole  looked after the all important .matter  of refreshments. All the ladies were  costumed inygowris matching the decorations of the various stalls, and if  anybody left with any money in their  pockets it can only be put down to the  fact that there was a nbticable. absence  of that importunity usually "marktng  affairs of this nature, and/that the  prices of the articles themselves were  reasonable and fair. There was also a  shooting gallery, strength testing" machine, art gallery, not to mention a  real live gypsy fortune teller, to provide for the expenditure of the small  silver. The creche (which the dictionary says is a sort of cold storage for  babies) is a new -idea here, and took  well. The younger Misses Schon did  a brisk trade with the little folk with a  "bran pie" and helped materially to  swell the receipts. During the progress of the tvvo days' sale a varied  programme was presented on the  stage/ Some musical. items, spelling  bees, and other events' filled in the odd  moments, while the more ambitious  efforts consisted of three farces.    ',  The first of these entitled, "Ici on  Parle Francais," was put on Wednesday afternoon and Thursday evening.  In this Dr. Schon, as Sprig-gins, was  exceTientT~iSn"HiB''irmterpreiafion of  the part of Victor DuBois, an excitable  Frenchman, was wonderfully good,  while Mr. Ashcroft, as Major Rattan,  was a veritable fire-eater. Mrs. Smythe  was charming as Mrs. Rattan. Miss  Schon, as Anna Maria, was one of the  hits of the play, while Mrs. Atwood, as  Mrs. Spriggins, and Mrs. Farrow, as  Angelena, were all that could be desired.  The f arcial tragedy, ' 'The Rosebud  of Stinging Nettle Farm," in which  Messrs. Leese, Hooper, Howe, Sansom  and Turner took part was mirth provoking throughout, while the farce,  "Crazed," with Mr. Leese, as Smith;  Mr. Hooper, as Brown; and Mr. Howe  as Sally, was perhaps the best and  certainly tlie most popular number  given. The drinking song sung by  Mr. Leese and composed hy Mr. Hooper  made a very decided hit.  A dance on Thursday night in which  a large number of people indulged until a late hour, concluded the carnival.  Owing   to the efforts of the people  mentioned   more    especially   of   Mr.  President:   HON. G. A. COX.  General Manager:   B. E WALKER.  Asst.Gc_.cral Manager: J. H. PLUMMER  Greenwood Branch  Drafts and    Money  Orders  sold payable at any Banking  point in the world.  Ashcroft, Mr. Lysons and Mr. Frith of  the general committee, and Mr. Leese  as stage manager, who were all indefatigable, the fund for which the fait  was given has profited to the extent of  obout $450, while the public have been  treated to what was really an extremely good amateur entertainment,  which should guarantee to the performers a good reception if at any future  time they appear before the public of  Greenwood.  ' City @.ea.iiti-$$ 1  For Saw.���A safe. Apply G. R.  Naden.  Chas. Pittock, of the popular fitm of  Werner & Pittock, leaves tomorrow for  his old home in San Diego, Cal., where  he will spend a couple of months visiting   friends   and relatives.        "���  Nitrous oxide and oxygen for pain-"  less extraction of teeth at Dr. Mathi-  son's. ��� tf  Thos. Pieckart and> Phil McDonald  have purchased the Arlington hotel  from J. E. Hooper and have taken  charge. Mr. Pieckart was one of the  proprietors of ehe Greenwood hotel until recently, while Phil McDonald is a  well known mining man. Both are  popular gentlemen and are sure to do  a large business at the Arlington.  For   fine sleighs   or cutters call at  TIMES blocka;.*:  COPPER ST$E&,X  i f !  *****9*9****************  * ,. -5  S X F. J. MITCHELL'X %  - *  *  *-*  $  t  9-  *  ��� '  ,   *  * .  "*  ��-  .   *  ��  ,   *  .*���  : *  Is The Best Hotel in The City.  Every Modern Convenience  Proprietors.  sleighs  Winnett's carriage works.Silver street.  D. A. McKenzie. with W. M. Law&  Co., thts week received the sad news of  the death of his mother at the old home  near Lucknow, Ont. The sympathy  of Mr. McKenzie's Greenwood friends  is extended to him in his sad bereavement.  All kinds of Taxidermist work done  by T. B. Winnett, Silver street.      tf  W. O. Robins has sold his interest in  the Palace livery stable to his partner,  J. A. Harvey. Mr^RobinsJjeg-an business in Greenwood two and a half  years ago and ��� since then built up a  large trade. He has sold out to a first-  class liveryman who will give the public the same courteous service as in the  past. Mr. Robins and wife leave in a  few days for his old home at Strathroy,  Ont. Upon his return he will resume  business at some point in the district.  For instructions on piano, violin,  mandolin, etc , see Prof. Kauffmann,  Greenwood Music Store.  Chief McLaren left on Monday for  Nelson with Wm. Fell who had been  sentenced to four months' ipiprison-  metit by Police Magistrate Hallett.  He was found guilty of stealing wine  from one of the houses across the  creek. Fell boasts of having been incarcerated in 62 jails during his career  and he had., just completed a six  month's term at New Westminister before coming to Greenwood. He was  rather pleased at the sentence as he  was desirous of warm quarters during  the winter months.  For Rb-mt���Unfurnished rooms very  cheap.   See Smith & McRae  ft  ��  *  *  9  -9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ft.  *  *  *  9  9  *  9  , 0  * *  9  9  9  9  fr*  *_*  9  9  9  ' *  *  9  9  9  9  ,9  9  9  . *  *  ��  9  ' ��  ��  ��  * ��  9  -9  -9  is  Hi  ll.  '. *,  ������  ��� . ��r  Shop worn goods 9.  for your Fall Suit J  when you can secur^ *-  ! a'.  New Goods of thi *  j   g  most -fashionable '4  pattern which hav^ J,  just arrived.  Cor. Copper and Deadwood Streets, * ' ' s * Greenwood, B, C  ..The Clarendon Cafe  o q  THE   BEST   MEALS   IN   THE   CITY "SERVED.'  SPECIAL. ATTENTION TO DINNER PARTIES. -���  Most comfortable and well furnished room*, steam heated  and lighted by electric light.    Can be had from  .,$10 Per Month Upwards..  MRS. DOWDING,  Clarendon Hotel and Cafe.  .     The, Biggest' &nd fcesj _,  I assortment of Fall 'Suit),J'  % ings ever" brought into  ~X'VX.  fSf*  THETAltOR  iper St.       'Greenwood!  ****%****��*******  ROSSLAND ENGINEERING WORKS  ounliff <& McMillan  ' .��� Fouuders. Machinists and Bollermakeis���Manufacturers of Ore Cars, and General  Mining' Machinery'-Iilst of Second-hind Machinery on h.lnd in first-class condition.  One 9x12 Horizontal Slide Valve Engtn*e, complete; One S foot Pelton wlieel,*inside,  600 feet 8 to 16 spiral rl-vitted pipe��� new���never been used; One IngcrBoll-Sargeaut  and one Rand Rock drills, have been thoroUgU\��*,ovcrh_.ulcd and worn parts replaced;  ' One No, 2, Knowles Feed-Pump in first-class condition: One Gould's Hand Force  Pnmp.'Stopinjr Bars, Blacksmith's Bellows, etc.. etc. Watch this ad for other lists  or wrtte  us-ior complete list before you buy.   Wc may have just what you need.  .,  . Acents for Northey Pumps���Stock Carried.  Our Xmas Goods before baying else**  w}iet-e. Call early so as to get the better  assortment-Jo choose from,  SPROTT & macpherson;  The Leading Jewellers.  Mince * Me-fy    Xmas  Fruit Gates atV *��� '-V **  Cry ��itr~  Rase   Victoria   Cream  Oiocolates. >>iphe..'��� best  ...;... ,;��� i\/*,.   ,    ��� 1  ... I 1  in the -Marker   *'���������'���/ >'>'  ��S3gg��_��BJ8E��-E-__5_E  For Sale by : G>| F,  Watson and the SoUtli  End Grbcery. ��'".*;. >  Patronize*  Home Iiidustry.  Mine Pumps  lUHPROVED S1MINC "PUMPS.  PISTON PATTERN.  . This pump is of comparatively light  weight, easy to handle and gives unqualified" satisfaction. It has no projecting- valve gear or parts liable to  '���breakages' in handling. - It is fii.ted  .with convenient suspending hooks and  ,Is easily repacked.  We give SKdal attention to. the Construction  of all Pumtlne Machinery required for Mine  *Wprk and .Manufacture any Type of Pump for  any Special Duty���Pumps actuated.by Com-  presses Air, Pumps for Bad Mine Water. Station  Pumps, etc. Catalogue and Specifications upon  request.  '������  **>  Semeracl*  Confectioner,   Candies,  Fruits, Etc, Copper St,  Do you owe the Greenwood -Times  $2, Your subscription laftle win tell  you. Sulacripttons-payable In1 aft-  vauce.  .7 Toronto. -Canada.  CUNLIFF6 MCMILLAN.      "  Agents at   Rossland.  ������-.*  ( J-- \ '   ^1  -���-,*,���r"' j.**   i'j    iy*rY|  ���--.:.. .1   ��'.   !  -rC^&htJJvxm&hTh  \,.,'A....v...-^-.-..t^|��J  (hv..     -.,-   .-."-'&m  ���-a    ��'J'm  ���   '&���. -���  _A_>  V -'..:���.)���..-'  ^ x-~ *."  ���    f5H��ESt  ��-___��_]  _y  GEO. A. WALKEM & CO.,      ..-  H       Afrcut.? at .Vancouver.  NOTICE   OF   FORFEITURE.  To C. A.Peteraon, late of Eholt Creek in Yale  district  Sir:' Yoti are hereby notified* that we have  expanded $100 in labor and. improvements ,upo__  the "Silent Friend" Mineral Claim, situate In.  '-I/onj I/alce camp, formerly Gold Drop Camp,  in , tne Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District In Brltisl. Columbia, ��� as will appear by  a Certificate of Work recorded December 1st,  1899, in the office of the Miniuir Recorder for the  'aald Kettle River- Mining" Division, in order to  hold said claim under, the provisions of Section  24" of: the' Mineral Act, such being- the amount  required to hold the said claim for the year  endii-gr 10th May, 1900.  ��� -And If at the expiration of ninety [90) days of  publication of this notice you fail or ^refuse to  contribute your proportion of the expenditure  required under said section 2&, together -with all  costs of advertising', your interests in said claim  shall become vested in the subscribers (y��ur co-  owners) under Section 4 of the "Mineral Act  Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, B.-C., this 9th day of  November, 1900.  .'-���-��� Thomas McDonneli.,  Spbucbr BE.IE_-_.AN,  Joseph A. Frank.  Ballett & Shaw, Solicitors.  MINERAL ACT, 1896.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE. .  "MAPI-E "-1EAF" Mineral. Claim situate in  the Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale  District. Wiiere located..;'-' In Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for William J. Porter Free  Miner's Certificate No. _b29597, intend,  sixty days after date hereof to applv to tiie  MiningRecorder for a Certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  .-.  Aud_ further take notice that   action under  Seetion 37   must be   commenced   before   the  issuance of snch Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 24th day of November, A. D��� 1900.  I. H.-HALI/ETT.  Boundary   Valley. Lodge  No. 38, J.O.O.F.  EETS every "Tuesday  - Evening- at" 8.00 id  their lodge room at Greenwood, B.C. A cordia.1  invitation is extended to all sojourning breth-.  ���rn. ��� ; ';.    Duncan Ross, N.G. -  '   3. 3. Gulley, RecSec

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