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 ^ Is  Published Weekly in the Interests cf the Boundary Creek Mining District.  v-J ("OS  Vol. VIII.  GREENWOOD, B. C, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1900.  No. ZrZ  ��*lpecial  ���* i* UN ��"�� /  Dress doods and  (kails' Tnrnisbinss  AT  ��� / ��� J\l   <>��>(��  Rendelfs Arcade.  I     PREPARE FOR WINTER.    I  Stewarts  Celebrated  Good  Cheer  stovas,  Are -  The:.  Best  *  9  9  9  .   .WE  SELL  THEM.    ALL   SIZES . .  HJ^j^trrjp Company Cfd  irriaaes  and  ������'���������'  .HAVE AERIVED,  * -- ���. IU ���:;flHittey,,$,go  ft   Furniture. Carpets. Linoleums, Toilet Sete, Pictures and  ���.-..-', _-..# Wall Mouldings. ....  -UNDERTAKERS AND EM&ALMERS-  'A*****  ��.  9  *  *.  ���'*'  ��-  %  ��  ��  We Handle all Kinds I  .:   . : ...   ��� ".  '_==__',-.--_-������'���,7- ��� :_ '       =arr-=    *  *  *  gatilfield.  lEamosii..  of Shelf and Heavy J  Hardware, J3C ��SC ^C *  *  !       ��  ��  Get Your Supply of Builders* Hardware, ?  | Doors; Sash, Paper, Window Glass,  Plaster^ Hair From Us-  *  *  g ii^STIMATES -GIVEN FQR TIN RQ0FING.3��S y *  THE-. WEST  Reilly & Robinson's Properties Described.  ARE ON CANYON   CREEK  Rich Strike on Mother Lode���Review  Tunnel is in Ore���A Summit Camp  Property Sold- - Boundary Notes.  Special to the Times.  West Bridgk^B. C, Oct. 30.-=-John  C. Rlelly, of Greenwood, and Fleming  Robinson, of Vancouver, late manager  of the Oro Fino mines at Fairview, B.  C, have just got in from theif camp  on Lost Horse creek,c on the east side  of the Kettle river, three miles below  Canyon City, where they have been  most of the summer prospecting and  developing their claims, the Black  Diamond, and Maize" as well as some  work on three or tour other adjoining  claims,, and are highly pleased with  their 'summer's work.  " The claims are situated uji the creek  .about one mile in the bunch grass hills  and are beautifully situated between  the creek and the river; the .claims are  staked northeast and southwest, and  the two big ledges run nearly in the  same direction. On the Black Diamond  at*the discovery post, about the, center  of the claim, there is a double shaft 10  feet deep by- 14 feet long and 4 feet  "wide, the/e the ledge is big-and'strong  and is frpm 5 to 6 feet, wide, but the  capping ^as I hardly been got through  yet.- To t��e northeast, about 200 feet  from th^-lines .between- the' Black  Diamond^' and the Maize the Maize,  there is- a 14-foot shaft, and here the  ore chute comes * within a foot of the  surface, put is only a few inches wide;  theledge-ba-. a.considerable dijj to the  ^wesjr^^gv-^.f^cyytfh ledges wherever  defined., The shaft cuts through the  ledge on the dip at eightieet and there,  is fully 40 inches of solid ore there."  Arsenical iron showing ^considerable  copper pyrites and a little quartz in  places. The first sample taken from  this place,' at the time of discovery,  gave $2 in copper gold and silver.  Average samples taken since, has  gone $8.30, $16 and$40, principally copper; the shaft here follows the footwall which is clean and smooth; 55  feet to the east of this shaft is a big  cut four feet wide, 6 feet deep and 25  feet long, this cut is all in ore and capping. Accross the bottom there are  three big reefs of ore, all having the  same dips. They are from 18 inches  to two and a half feet wide of solid ore  of a similar nature as in the other shaft.  Test pits above and below this cut  have~been "dug for a considerable distance showing the ledge. Seventy-  feet to th.e northeast af the 14-foot  shaft is an 8_foot hole on the same ore  chute, showing two  feet  of ore and  *��*lf-����ft��***��**ft#6��**������tt��-t.  9 9  9 9  * Uu si8     JQU * I---'*-*  * ��� It LILL-    i 111 LIi�� *  In Great Variety at  Popular Prices*  THE PATTERN  TELLS.  Only the most popular J  patterns and colorings are  sold The designs are the  work of the foremost Caiv  adian and foreign decor^  ative artists. Come to us  if you -want the best  at  t the lowest price.  It pays  4He-4-��##*��*��*��*��e(������#��*����������  quartz, and at the back of that some  test holes showing the rotten capping;  200 feet still further northeast is another shaft 13 feet deep and here also  the ledge shows strong, firm and well  defined, showing clearly the wedge  point up, at the bottom there is 30  inches of solid ore, a mixture of quartz  iron and copper pyrites. About 40 feet  to the west of thia shaft some fine float  was found and several test pits dug  exposing large masses of quartz. The  chute has not been found at this point  but the capping of the ledge is there,  showing plainly that there is one big  ledge running right up the two claims  at least 5t feet wide. Still further up,  1,000 feet or nearly at the upper end of  the Maize,the ledge is again uncovered  and a five-foot hole dug, showing the  same rotten capping and some ore, thus  the ledge is shown up for about 2,000  feet. The ground is all covered with  wash from a few inches to eight or ten  feet thick, as in fact are all the claims.  On the Maize a big ledge is opened on  what appears to be the foot and hanging walls, A five or six-foot hole was  dug on each and open cuts showing  the ledges to be fully 40 feet wide, the  capping is big and rotten and ore in  both holes was found close to the surface; about 300 feet further northeast  the capping was found and 200 feet  still further along the ledge crops  again and about300feet from the northeast end of the claim the ledge is  opened by two crosscuts showing iots  of ore within three feet of the surface,  here also the ledges shows fully 40 feet  wide, with the same dip as the other.  The formation is porphyry and the  gangue calcite. Still further northeast at the dividing lines between the  Maize and Columbia the ledge is again  opened on the Columbia by a big cross  cut six feet wide and 15-foot long which  shows the ledge well defined, going  straight back southwest along this  ledge and right across the Blactt  Diamond to the dividing lines between*  the Black Diamond and Anvil and just  on the Anvil the ledge is again opened  -by a double shaft 10 feet deep; here the  ledge. started at* the surface at five  inches wide and at 10 feet it is fully  four feet. The ledge is somewhat different to the others,it shows consider-;  able sulpher,but no arsenic and the,  gangue is calcite and bornite and the1  iron is in-lay ers all .through and_. follows and lays with the dip, while the  ledge is impregnated all through with  copper pyrites and runs in little seams  through all. The first shaft cut the  point* off the ledge six or seven feet  deep and but little mineral of any kind  was shown but since then the improvement has been rapid and an avergage  sample' gave $14.97, principally copper,  with., a little gold and silver. \ There  are several other open cuts and test  pits on the claims and there are several  ether places where croppings have  been found that have not yet been  prospected but enough has been done  to put the property in good shape for a  good company to take hold of it, or if  not the owners now know where to  sink and then crosscut both of those  big ledges. Thsre is any amount of  good water and timber on the property, and a good road can be made from  the wagon road to Canyon City for a  couple of hundred dollars, and for nine  mouths of the year the river does not  take a horse above the knees and a  good bridge could be put over for $1,-  or $2,000.  [If the properties above described  are as good as our correspondent's  writing is bad, Rielly & Robinson have  a bonanza.���ED.]  ���The wealth of the-great Mother I,ode  mine is not yet fully determined. As  development work proceeds new and  richer treasure vaults are discovered.  This week the north drift at the 300-  foot level ran into solid chalcopyrite  and is still in the same character of ore.  The ��� ore resembles that of the B. C.  mine and runs high in copper.  Thos. McDonnell returned this week  from Bolster, bringing the good news  that the lower tunnel in the Review  mine had encountered the ore body.  The ore is richer than at the upper  level and conclusively proves that the  owners' opinion of the property was  not exaggerated.  I. Robert Jacobs, the popular pro-  proprietor of the Queen's Cigar Store,  has purchased from Ben Kirkpatrick  the Elmer. No. 2 claim near the B. C.  mine.  The 40-drill compressor of the Centre  Star and its inter-cooler were tested  yesterday in the presence of the engineers of the Centre Star company and  of the Canadian Rand Drill company.  The compressor exceeded in a large degree the rci-.-_emenes called for by the  contract, and earned for the Canadian  Rand Drill company a very handsome  bonus. Manager Kirby and Engineer  Grade expressed themselves as being  much pleased with the manner in  which the compressor operated. The  compressor is of the compound Corliss  type.���Rossland Miner.  WHIRLWIND  The City Paying Heavy Penalties for Wrong Doing.  HOW IT  ALL  HAPPENED.  Mayor Was Apparently Trying to  Harass Political Opponents and the  City Must Suffer From His Foolish  . Conduct ��� Litigation and. Useless  Work Cost a Big Sum.  It was: a dangerous thing to clothe  with authority, "a gentleman who apparently was anxious, to take advantage of the power conferred upon him,:  by virtue of his office, to satisfy political scores. It is alsd expensive. It  was an easy matter for the mayor of  the city to burden the ratepayers with  increased debts in a vain effort to  harass* and embarass those who opposed his election. It was equally-  foolish on the part of the ratepayers to  do or say nothing until nearly $20,000.  must be the penalty for permitting the  mayor to use the office of chief magistrate for the purpose of attempting to  injure those who. while they may not  have considered him a safe man to entrust with the affairs of the; city were  still entitled to the protection of rights  as citizens and ratepayers. ���  W.. Waterland's success in securing  substantial damages against the cor-!  poration. of the city of Greenwood,"isj  but the natural result from the policy���  which Mayor Hardy apparently mapped  put for himself since first elected soh_e-  two years ago.  In. his first election, his opponent'  v as Mr. Ralph Smailes, manager of  Rendell; & Co. Several citizens considered Mr. Smailes,the better man for  the position, and in the exercise of  their rights they strenuously- opposed  the : election of Mr. j Hardy. The-  majority of the ratepayers in their  wisdom thought Mr. Hardy should be  elected. They were entitled to their  opinion and not one of their opponents  thought they should be subjected-to  persecution on that account. :  .Mayor Hardy is constituted differ  ently, however. Laboring under the  impression that a political opponent is  a personal enemy, his municipal career  has been a series of efforts to punish  those who opposed him. A flood of  damage suits is the result. Unfortunately the ratepayers, and not the  Mayor Hardy must pay the penalty.  In the. firm of Rendell & Co., he  thought he had an opportunity to  secure three victims. Robt Wood,  Ralph Smailes and Geo. Arthur Ren-  dell.iiiThe__��rm^began business in a  modest way in the city;/they prospered  notwithstanding the mayor's opposition and the time came when they  were ready to build a large block at  the corner of Greenwood and Copper  streets. Now their manager, Mr.  Smailes, being a prudent business  man, took the precaution to secure the  city grade from the then city engineer.  The building was erected at a cost of  some $18,000 on this grade.  A Machevelian autocrat found here  a glorious opportunity to get even.  The grade was lowered 18 inches below that given to Rendell & Co. The  street was lowered leaving.the building in the air. This was in itself an  expensive proceeding but the effects  were far-reaching. Greenwood, the  cross street, has also to be lowered to  conform with Copper street. The  lowering of Greenwood street left the  water main above the frost line. The  pipe had to be raised and buried deeper.  The flume constructed to carry off the  waters of Twin creek was left high  above the street and a new flume had  to be constructed. That the grade-was  altered anyone looking at the Wallace-  Miller block or the Bealey building in  which H. B. Munroe does business, can  easily see. Both these buildings were  erected after Mr. C.yE. Shaw gave the  grade for Copper street and both now  stand from 12 to 18 iuches above grade.  The Hunter-Kendrick block would be  in a similar position but it came.out  in evidence in the Rendell & Co. vs.  the city, that Mayor Hardy gave the  city engineer instructions to raise the  grade in order to conform to the Hunter-Kendrick building.  Unfortunately for Mayor Hardy's  position and the ratepayers, the courts  do not look kindly upon political  tactics of this nature. Rendell & Co.  seeing   that  their  protests were un  availing took the matter into the courts  and secured $6,500 damages together  with costs. This with the costs of the  city totalled about $9,000. The coun- '  cil affected a compromise with Rendell  & Co. for $5,000, each side to pay its  own costs, but the mayor is endeavoring to thwart the council in its efforts  to secure a reduction of this fee for  damages, by refusing to sign the agreement covering this compromise.  It is naturally followed that since_  Rendell & Co.'s block was left 18 .  inches above grade that of Miller Bios,  on the opposite side of Greenwood  street, would be similarly affected.  So Miller Bros, also brought suit for  damages against the city which will  be tried iri a short time.  So much for trying to get even with  Rendell & Co.    His  next victims were  to   be  Messrs. Wood   and Galloway.  They with the Canadian Pacific Railway company own the greater portion  of  the land above Deadwood street. .  In order to improve the party, at their  own   expense,   they cut a channel to ,  straighten  Boundary   creek,    but   in  order, to   afford   a good   drainage for _  their lots it was necessary to keep a'  waterway  free  along the old bed of -  Boundary creek.   Mr. W. S. Fletcher  in   building the Auditorium building  made     provision    for     this. '  Then  the city began  to   grade   Deadwood  street.   Under7the mayor's direction-  the. grading, .was-'.about to be carried*,  out without making provision, for the*  culvert  on  the  old��� creek bed.   Mr.,.  Wood went to him^ pleaded  with him,  but  the   mayor was obudurate.   Mr." ���  Wood   in  his anger told the mayor a-  thing or two.   He said:* "I know what -  you want.   You want to dam up what  you  call   the swamp and next spring-  when  high water comes you want to  come down here and see water running  oyer our,; property and then you can*  jeer and say and,  "What a nice town-  site!"   Other members of the council  reasoned with the mayor but the cul-  yert didn't go in.   Mr. Wood's words  came true.   In the spring of  the year  high water carrie and having no outlet  it  backed  up and  flooded the valley.'  The mayor was there and saw it but  history   does    not  state  whether  he  sneered at the nice townsite.     *      .'  Unfortunately again for the mayor's  reputation  and  the  ratepayers there  were others Reside the  townsite -and  the C.P.R. affected.   Mr. Waterland-  had built and was running a large hotel  when   the waters came into his house  and yard, damaging his property.   He  began an action against the city and  the .mayor in his eagerness to escape  the consequences of his actions of tast  year, swore at the examination for discovery   that a stone culvert had been  built  across Deadwopod street.   This  evidence would in all probability have  knocked  the  Waterland  case into a I  cocked hat were it not for the fact that!  the city engineer was a witness after!  Mr.   Hardy   and he of course told thel  truth   by  stating  that no culvet had|  been built.   The result of the Water-  land  case  is  told in another column.  Another burden is added to those already carried by the ratepayers.   The!  most surprising part of the whole mat-l  ter" is^that Rendell-& - C��.��� are-still!  doing businees and the townsite company has not yet gone into liquidation.  The   mayor  should either assure thel  ratepayers that he has satiated his ap-|  petite   for getting after his political!  opponents,   or   the ratepayers should!  tell him that they do not care to put up!  any longer,  THE CITY COUNCIL.  Business Transacted at tbe Regulaii  Meeting Monday Night.  The regular meeting of the city counl  cil was held Monday evening, thj  mayor presiding, and Aid. Sullivan!  Sutherland, Bannerman and Gallol  way being present. P. J. Deane, seel  retary of the Chinese commisssioni  wrote asking for information regard!  ing the Chinese question as it affecteJ  Greenwood. The clerk waB authorize!  to send information. Aid. Sulliva [  moved, seconded by Aid. Sutherland!  and it was carried that the solicitors bI  instructed to draw up a deed of tram!  fer of properly ccovered by alley b<[  hind Copper street and that the clerg  interview the owners regarding mall  ing the necessary transfer. Andrei  Lcamy, city solicitor,drew on the com j  cil forS75 and the clerk was authorize  to meet the same.  The council will take the necessail  steps to replace crossings onCoppj  street. The Yale-Columbia compatj  secured garnishee summons in the!  suit against W. Waterland and t'l  matter was referred to the solicit*]  Aid. Sutherland gave notice that  would iKtroduce a by-law to make Si  ver street of uniform width by nar'roj  ing the street between blocks B and!  and a portion of D. The council th |  adjourned. ^^^^^m^lAA3^jMi^^^^lt^i^Aa  "���"T  -esaarti^KKn?  Il  October 33, i.900.  THE) GRBBNWOOB WBBKtY *._*-$&  _i-f��_-_*d��i-��-*'��ft-li  |ll.ll^>V.W_r-^  'lllJllMllVlM'^'l  A Prize Essay  On tlie care of the  Teetli by Dr. De Vpe,  in the Cosmopolitan  for October, is worthy  of 3**our attentioii.  Read it carefully.  DR. R. MATH1SQN.  DENTIST  Nadcn-Flood Block,     GREENWOOD  Che  Weekly turns*  PUBLISHED BY  "     Tlie Greenwood Times Printing and Publishing  Company, Limited.  It  j!      Di-ncan Ross : Editor.  ^uNiON(j|yJLAB_i_>  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1900.  WORKING TOGETHER.  On March 1st, 1898. there was was a  general election in the Province of  Ontario. The Liberals who had been  in power for some twenty years were  almost defeated, the election being so  close that for some weeks it was  thought the Liberal government would  be forced to resign. There was nothing in the record of the party that  would call for the wiping out of a large  majority and the writer of this article  who happened to be in the east at that  time askeJ a level-headed and far seeing politician why the election was so  close: "What was the matter with the  Ontario Liberals?" "There is nothing  the matter," was the reply. "The  Liberals of Ontario simply sat down  and preached about their glorious  record during eighteen or twenty  y._ars of power instead of being up and  doing and fighting the enemy. They  deserved a beating."  What is true of political parties is  also true of cities. In this age of competition there is no letting up in the  contest for supremacy. The records  of past achievements are of little practical value in the present," nor in the  future; neither are natural advantages  unless exploited by united and determined citizens. It is present action  that counts. Micwabers waiting ��� for  something to turn up because natural  ��� conditions are favorable never made a  | city.  There is a tendency in some quarters  I to make a division of labor in the up-  Ibuilding of Greenwood. Some are  lanxious that a few should do the work,  fa number should do nothing and a  rgreat many ^should-sneerrat-the few  [who are endeavoring to work in the  [city's interest. This division of labor  lis not calculated to benefit a city.  IThere must be a united effort. The  [people of Greenwood should take a les-  json from the people of Seattle who are  Jail the time working for Seattle.  These thoughts are suggested by the  jfact that in a short time  there will be  la   splendid  opportunity  to   bring the  lidvantages of the city to the attention  _f outside business  men.    Early next  li. ear two smelters will  be in operation  l.iere.    The annual meeting of the Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  Jritish  Columbia  will  be he'd in  the  pity,   insuring the presence of representative   business   men from all the  lowns of the  interior.    Iu   addition to  |his the local Board of Trade is arranging   for   a business  men's excursion  Irom   the   coast and  elsewhere to the  Iity.    By united effort the excursion in  [onjunction with  the  meeting of   the  |i.:_sociated   Boards   of  Trade can   be  giade of the  greatest benefit   to   the  fay-  To  insure success, concerted action  In the part of the citizens is  required.  ['he   local board  of Trade should be  hade a strong body.    It should include  lyery man who is interested in the city.  they   should   not be  satisfied with a  jominal membership,  but they should  I', workers, and they should keep their  lues paid up.   It should be the aim of  Very  citizen   to   do  his  part towards  |aking the business men's excursion  [huge success.  f.The'pat-icea for hard times is hustlers  lid rustlers who work together, stand  Jgether and go ahead with some defi-  Ite object in yiew.  TO BRITISH FOR THEM.  1 Pamphlet No. 6 " quotes Sir Wil-  jd Laurier's words in London in  P7 when he declared that if ever the  Eipire should be in danger thc colonies  would be read3' to help and adds, "this  was a solemn promise and was kept."  Then follows a furious tirade against  the premier for his practical loyalty  and his imperial policy. It is too  British for the compilers of Pamphlet  No. 6.  Sir Charles Tupper repudiates Pamphlet No. 6 tn Ontario, where-it would  never have been heard of but for the  Liberal press, but he.carefully'avoids  repudiating it in Quebec where it is  intended to accomplish its sinister purpose. Such a straightforward course  is too British for Sir Charles Tupper.  Sir Charles Tupper inveighs against  the Laurier preferential tariff and demands a quid pro quo which he knows  perfectly well is unobtainable at the  present time. The Laurier policy has  increased Canada's trade with Great  Britain over 100 per cent in three years  It is too British for Sir Charles Tupper.  Sir Charles Tupper has an anti-  imperial pro-French policy for Ontario and the west. Through his lieutenants he is vainly endeavoring to revive religious strife also by telling the  people in ' Quebec ,,that the Mauitoba  school question is not settled, though  his own right hand man ���Hugh John  Macdonald���declares in Ontario that it  is Sir Charles will not lift a finger to  assist in the work of welding together  yet more strongly the diverse elements  of race and creed which exisil in Canada. Such a course would be too  3ritish for Sir Charles Tupper.  Sir Hibbert Tupper took.occasion to  make all kinds of charges against the  course of the minister of .the interior  in connection .with the government of  the Yukon, and against the x*ersoual  and official character of those charged  >vith the administration of the country.  He has not dared to repeat these  charges outside of* parliament where  the courts could reach him���nor has he  withdrawn his unproved allegations  made in parliament. Such a course  would be too British for Sir Hibbert  Tupper.  Mr. Foster compares the partial expenditures of 1895-96 with the full expenditure of subsequent Liberal j-ears,  and he also denies the authenticity of  his own estimates prepared for presentation to parliament had his own  government obtained a new lease cf  power. He refuses to compare "Grit  and Tory expenditures by the same  rule and conditions. Such a course  would be too British'for Mr. Foster.'���"  Hugh John Ma.doii-ld is an ultra-  protectionist in Eastern Canada, but in  Manitoba he is a free-trader in all  matters where free trade would catch  the farmers, He would take the last of  the duty- off agricultural implements,  though both Tupper and Foster have  declared for au increase. He dare not  face the farmers of Manitoba with the  policy he supports down east. He is  not contenl with one consistent policy  for the whole Dominion. Such a  course would be too British for Hugh  John Macdonald.      V-'.,- . ���  Candidates supporting the imperial  government in its recent appeal to tl e  electors did not hesitate to claim credit  to the government for "the almost unprecedented prosperity " the country  is enjoying. - Tory campaigners ridicule and indignantly protest against  any such suggestions on behalf of the  Canadian government.  MINISTER OF FINANCE.  Hon. Mr. Turner's visit to the ci*y  should result in the government giv-  ing-~-greater--atteiition-to those public  requirements whicli are so essential in  a city of Greenwood's size and importance. As Mr. Turner said, members  of the government who never visited  places like Greenwood, cannot have  the same interest in?matters appertaining to the city when they come up for  consideration. It is only after a personal visit that a minister can appreciate and disscuss intelligently the  requirements of a city. We feel sure  that now Mr. Turner has seen the city  and knows something about the people,  we should have another ardent champion in Victoria.  While strong criticisms were directed  against the government of which Mr.  Turner was the head, there were indeed  but few who did not appreciate the  integrity of the premier. It is not to  Mr. Turner's discredit that he has been  charged with making mistakes as a.  politician, aud while his political opponents found fault with the government which he led,it siys mu.h for his  personal popularity that he was asked  by both sides of the house to take the  office of ageot-general in London. Mr.  Turner is well qualified to fill the  position. He has a good general knowledge of the resources and requirements  of the province, he is in touch with  London financiers and has those personal qualifications that fit him for the  office.  STEPPED INTO LIVE COALS.  "When a child I burned 1113' foot  frightfully," writes W. H. Eads, of  Jonesville, Va., "which caused horrible  leg sores for 30 years, but Bucklen's  Arnica .Salve wholly cured me after  everj-th'ing else failed." Infallible for  burns, scalds, cuts, sores, bruises, and  piles.    Sold by Miller Bros., 25c. "  Do you owe the Greenwood Times  -$_?_ Your subscription lable will tell  you. Subscriptions payable in ad-  vauce.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW,  Bakkistkrs, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address:   "hallett."  (\>i,.-��   ) Bedford M'Ncill's   Greenwood,  ( Iieiber's.  I. II.   HALLKTT.  B. C.  H. C. SHAW.  PRINGLE t& WHITESIDE,  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: Over Bank of Montreal, Greenwood.  J. P. MOLEOD,  Barrister and Solicitor,  Notary Public, Etc.  Offices: Wallace-Miller -block, Greenwood,B.C.  FORBES M. KERBY ,C.E'  Provincial Land'Surveyor.  Offices:   Greenwood-, B.C.  also J, A. Unsworth's Store, Midway, B. C.  F. W. GROVES,  C Civil and Mimn-gEngineer  Provincial Land Surveyor,  greenwood, b. c.  Mineral Claims Reported upon.  Underground. Surveys.  QHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and3  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.    -.      :      .       _    B.   C.  BAUER & ASHCROFT,  Provincial Land Surveyors  Mining and Civil Engineering.  Mineral  Claims Surveyed and Crown Granted  Laud and Engineering- Surveys  V. A. BAUER: C.C., P.L.S. A. E. ASHCROFT CE iP.LS  VANCOUVER BREENWOOD  Wood   Block,   next  door   to   Custom   office,  GREENWOOD. B. C.  Boundary' Valley   Lodge  No. 3 8, I.O.O.F.  M BETS every Tuesday  / V "Gveiiiiifr at 8.00 in  llieir lodge room at Greenwood, B.C. A cordial  invitation is extended to all sojourning  bretli-  ...... T.,........    T-> _..-..      T.T   ._  "TII.  J.   J.  Guli.ky, Rec. Sec  .... .....,_..._.....(_   ...���...  Dun-can Ross, N.G.  A.   F.   &   A.   M.  GREENWOOD LODGE, A. F. & A ,M  Regular Conimnnicatioii fir.st Thursday in  every monlli. Soioui_niii[f breilirou cordially  invited. *      R. If. COATES.  A. S, Black. W. M Secretary  'fie  ���8.  ��� ���  '*������$���  Clarendon Hotel Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  Foi-Pipes, Tobaccos and Cigars  Wholesale and Retail,  I. ROBT. JACOBS, Manager  SWAM HOUSE  Comfortable furnished rooms,  Private Board. Home Cooking-. Board and room from  57 a week and upwards.  -*  Established 1862.  > i.o4c^b4�� .ma>��en<an.>��t<g��8.i^.<i��flit��twt<  The   most   complete, aiul    largest  stock in Western Canada.    Our  showrooms aud various   de-  partaents   cover  1000,000  square i.feet   of   floor  space.  Samples and Prices Free on  Application.  WEI LER BROS.,  VICTORIA, B.C.  A*9~49>*0*9**tf*9*-9<m*9-*9*>9<*   �����**�����-���  *>��*****. 11*9������������<�����  J  ON REAL ESTATE  ?. m. tlkCe-dd  BARRISTER AND SOLICITOR  Room 4, Wallace-Miller Bloc  THE  BANK   OF  '������*.   Established hi 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter. .  Paid-up Capital.... $4,866,666  Reserve Fund:.-.  ..'...$..581.666  London Office:  3 Clement's Lar.e, Lombard Street, E. C  .���Me.       . ,       ���  'if ���.: , :  Court of Directobs.:o  J. H. Brodie, John James Carter. Gaspard  Farrer, Richard H. Glyn, Heurv I. K. Farrer,  Ed. Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J. J. Kings-  ford, Fred Lubbock, George D. Whatman.  Secretary, A. G. Wall's..  Pead office in Canada: St. James st., Montreal  H. Stikeman, general manager.  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, Rosslaud,Kaslo,  Ashcroft. Dawson City, Klondike, N. W.  T., Green wood. Atlin and Bennett, B. C.  __G-*NTS IN THE UNITE*.  STATES:  Spokane���Traders' National Bank and Old  National Bank. New York���(52 Wall street)  W. Lawson aud -J. C. "Welsh, agents. San  Francisco���(124 Sausome 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, Loudon and China. Agra Bank.  West Indies���Colonial Bank. Paris-Marctiard.  Krauss & Co.   Lyons���Credit Lyonnais.  J. ANDERSON, Manager.  Greenwood   B. C  E. B.  munroe..  ���*s- >��/-��� >���'"'  Ve-    *\*    ._*%���  CHOICE CIGARS AND  TOBACCOS X X X y  FINE���  A a  ^l/��� -&Xf trnXs���  #%.      *X/      +%,  News Papers, Periodicals,  j    ���    *-  t  Circulating Library, Fancy  Goods, Candies, Etc, Etc.  -my-    ��*/-���    *���/"  Ji.    +k>    *%>  COPPER STREET  First-Class Sleepers on all Trains From'  Revelstoke   and   Kootenay   Landing.  TOURIST CARS.  Pass Dunmore Junction daily for St.  Paul, Satueday's for Montreal and  Boston, Monday's and Thursday's for  Toronto.  Same cars pass Revelstoke one day  earlier. ,  v  *&*##*##*##i{.*#��.*<.#####**!��<-*||  1   X   A POINTER   A) ..$  9 '        -.��� :    .-'������������   - 9  9 :  9  9 For your eastern trip, is to see that your 9  9 TICKET BEADS VIA. *  9-  - ���  -        9  ��  CANADIAN PACIFIC,   f  9************************9  TRAINS DEPART.  14:35 ) For Rossland, Nelson, San-  Ex. Sun.) don, etc., and all eastern  points via Crows Nest rout, connecting-  at West Robson for Nakusy, Revelstoke, Maiii lans and Pacific Coast.  15:45 ) For Midway, where stage  Ex. Sun. ( connection is made for Rock  Creek, Camp McKinney and Colville  Reservation points.  For time-tables, rates, and full information call on or address nearest  local ageqt, or  E. R. RED.PATH. agent, Greenwood, B.C.  W. T. Anderson,      E. J. Coyle,  T.P.A.-JNeson, B.C.   A.G.P.A. Vancouver.B. C  MISS   ATKINSON  SILVER STREET  DRESSMAKER  Fit and Finish in the Latest  Style, Rld-n? Habits a Specialty.  Prices Right.  -  -  -  -  MMJllllM^^^  CF*  G**  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  e**  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  (F*  CF*  09  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest ..:.$7,000,000.  President:   Loud Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. George A. Drummond.      -  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. j-Cu.ert��prCMS5a. [Jew Yortt, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any _>art_o_ the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  5*=0  H  !fc=9  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  H  _��_>  ��c__>  H  AND  TRUST CO,, LIMITED LIABILITY.  REPRESENTING :  PHODNIX  FIRE: ASSURANCE CO.,  OF LONDON, ENGLAND.  WESTERN ASSURANCE CO., OF TOront6.  BRITISH AMERICA ASSURANCE CO.,  OF TORONTO  LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND GLOBE  ASSURANCE CO., OF LONDON, ENGLAND  BIRKBECK INVESTMENT & LOAN CO..   '  OF TORONTO.  GEO. R NADEN,  Manager  CAIiLR ADDRKSS :  MAORI.  code : * -  morking & nj3al.  il.  THOS. MILLER," Mgr.  TO LET:- Building- suitable for Stores or offices.    t<ot on Copper Street,  business   centre.  FOR SALE :   Well Furnished five roomed house, easy terms of payment.  GREENWOOD,  B. C_  ill.  i  COMPANY.  LIMITED.      R. GREIGER, MGR.  0  ^    y~     ^.  XmXf  a, jk, ^ Agents For Pabst Beer, x x  Complete Line Bar Supplies.. ���.~GREENWOOL  Harvey & Robins, Proprietors.  Cbe Be$f Stock. Cbe Deafest Rigs*  Copper Sti-eet, <3feen-yyood��  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  -. t',i  ^ \    PQRTMAN BROS, & CQ,f  lKv-.' Pt--"i___��.<��tr  Proprietors.  A$K FOR  Ji*  l*-**�� .*.....-_  s&m's&A  -B\��^��_-77y?  .�����*.���",__��_*,.  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on Draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  LIMITED.  VANCOUVER, B."C, 733 Pender St,  Also NELSON, B. C,  "We are Manufacturers and direct Importers, and carry 4 laqre stock of Balances, Furnaces,-  Fire Clayg-pods, Scienti flc and Practical Books, Glassware, Platinum Goods, Acids, Chemicals  and all oilier Assayers'and Miners'requirements.   Sole agents for Morgan Crucible Company,  Battersea and Standard Firebrick Co., Crucibles and Muffles.   Becker's Sons' Balances, Etc.  Catalogue aud full particularr sent ou application.  Braun's Gasoline Furnaces and Cupel Machines.  MIDWAY, B. O.  First-Class Accommodation. Best Brands-Liquors and Cigars  ' THOS. McAUI.AY, Propr_i_t6r. <ut��   -  ���Minpn.wtmM.aiini'i iii M-iaMi. in*r*ui_-M��_^^  October 31, 1900,  the  Minister   of Finance,  Visits Greenwood.  -MEETS BOARD   OF TRADE  And, Discusses Many Matters With  the Members���Supreme Court Sitting's���The V. V. & E. Railway���The  London Office and Other Subjects  Discussed.  revenue  'freely than their  Hon. J. H. Turner, minister of finance,  in the provincial g-overnment, paid  Greenwood a short visit on Thursday  last. J, F. Hemenway, of the Old  Ironsides company, drove him down  from Phoenix in the morning- aud he  left the city by' the afternoon train.  Mr. Turner would have remained  longer in the district but he had to return to the coast hurriedly.  Shortly* after his arrival  here, Mr.  Galloway,  president of the Board of  Trade, aud other members met him at  the Greenwood club and discussed matters   of local interest with him.   Mr.  Turner'  in   responding- to the welcome  tendered  him by the board expressed  his pleasure at being- at   last able to  visit the   Boundary country.   He had  for several years wished to visit  the  ' district and was disappointed in so doing several times.   He 'stated lhat the  government  was anxious to meet the  'wishes of the people of the district for  business reasons. ��� The encouragement  os the development of.a rich mining  ;distri(.t   such   as   this assured an  increase iu revenue.   He then briefly rc-  fpirred  to   the   condition   of   the pro-  vfhcial  finances,    "While  the'  "Was coming-.-in niore  , expectations, the expenditure still &_���  ceeded the revenue by many thousand  dollars.   It would be unwise to float a  loan at.the present time owing to the  unfavorable condition - of   the- Kondon  market so that they were compelled to  secure overdrafts from tbe'bjinl-:.  .Under the circumstances the3* were forced  to- curtail what-were'considered necessary expenditures, but he assured lhe  people of Greenwood that the govern-  j were anxious to do everything- in their  (���power to meet their requirements.    He  (was anxious lo  have  the views of the  t Board'of Trade and suggested  the ap-  fpoititment of a secretaryjo note the re-  Iquirements'mentioned so that he might  J,be 'able lo place them before the other  |meu.bers of the government.  After the appointment of Mr. Pringle  is secretary, the local barristers made  >ut what Mr. Turner acknowledged,  j-vas a strong case in favor of sittings  |*f the Supreme court here. Mr.White-  liide referred to the number of Supreme  pourt cases emenating fromGreem\ o *d,  |md to the great expense to litigants  Iirising from sending witnesses in  Bocal -cases lo Rossland. He pointed  |ut that that it was an' easy matter  Ivith a good railway seivice and the  [test- of - hotel- accommodationyfor a  judge to come to Greenwood. Police  lagistrate Hallett pointed out the  {.real expense occasioned by sending  irisoners from here to await trial,  (ringing them back to elect speedy  Hal and sending them"lagain to Kam-  |>ops if committed. There should be  suitable jail in Southern Yale, so  jji^t' this great'exuense to the province  mid tie 'avoided. Mr. Turner ap-  I'epiated the force of; the remarks rela-  lye to sittings of / the Supreme court  id.saw no good reason why the mat-  tr could not be arranged. In reference  ;*-a.-jai., if Greenwood got a court  g>use and suitable quarters for the  (ivernment office, it would not likely  Rita jail,  ���President Galloway. brought up the  tiestion of the V. V. <�� Q- railway and  Jr. .Turner tojd  what his government  td done before   being   defeated.   He  lis still anxious to see .the. road. conducted, particularly the  portion be-  feen   here and Penticton so that the  Iiuswap & Olcanagan might be made  I paying   concern, thus relieving the  Jovinc'e from pa3'ing th<? guaranteed  [terest.   Mr. Dunsmuir, the  premier,  is fully in accord- with his views on  lilway construction and next session  comprehensive  scheme of railway  {Instruction will be introduced.  [Mr. Turner also dwelt on the import-  lice.of placing- .the London office on a  Itter tbasis  and was pleased to learn  ��at;the Greenwood Board of Trade, as  ��� member of the -Associated Boards,  Id:-urged  upon  the government the  Icessity of action in this matter.   He  Iked the local board to again talje up  Matter at the annual meeting to be  id-'in January so that the hands of  : government might be strengthened  {their intention of making this office  redil and a benefit to the province,  own name had  been nientioned in  inection with th_e office and he was  to confess that as he was getting-;  to be an old man, a nd had a general  knowledge of the requirements of the  province, he would like' to take the  office, provided he could arrange to'  take it. He gave his views regarding  where the office should be and what it  should do. He also 'agreed with the  board as to the importance of the Glasgow exhibition and believed that the  province should be properly represented  there.  Mr. , Thruston was ', present, and  speaking as the representative of English capital, pointed out the U-.eli.s--  ness of the present London office arid  the great need of one conducted along  the lines suggested by Mr. Turner.  Mr. Turner also discussed the Greenwood hospital with Doctors Jakes and  Oppenheimer, who were present, and  promised to take the matter tip u^on  his return to the capital with-a view to  placing it on a similar footing as other  hospitals in the matter of government  aid. *  Mr. Turner, in responding to a vote  of thanks, regretted that he could not  remain longer with the people of Green*  wood, butjhis colleague, Hon. Mr. McBride, minister of mines, would be hei e  this fall and he hoped that he would be  able to give more time to this import*  ant mining district.  . SMHC>^.>S4��M.<l��M��M4*e4����*4t>.a4M^iMt4��-����  COL. OTTER EXPLAINS.  Tells Why the Canadian Troops Were  Ordered to Return Home.  Ottawa, Oct. 25.���The militia department has received a report from  Colonel Otter covering the events from  September 8 to 14, which time the regrettable incidents referred to in the  Toronto dispatch yeBterday occurred,  Colonel Otter in'brief says the war  office asked for information as to how  many of the first contingent were willing to remain till the close of the war,  No action was taken on the same day;  that the communication was received.  The following day I/ord Roberts  visited the regiment and expressed  the hope that all would remain on account of the bad impression their departure would make among the other  Colonials. The day following, Otter  says, he received letters from the  captains of "C," '%" "F," aud "H"  companies, sto the effect that all the  members' wished to return home. A  letter was also received from the captain of *!I)" company to the effect that  32 of his number wanted to return and  12 were willing to remain. The result  was that all these companies were  ordered home, Loid Roberts expressing-  regret at the action of the men and intimating alsothat their service' would  probably not be required. Col. _. Otter  gives the parade strength of the regiment as follows: 285 invalided to England, 35 killed and died of wounds; 26  of disease, 17 transferred, 780 in the  field. Col. Lessard reports 113 of his  command on ihe sick list. He also reports that the following have returned  -to the force after being sick: Private.-;  Palmer, Wilkinson, Eagleson, Wanc'-  ley, Harper, Simple,McDonald, Henry,  acting Sergt. Baldwin, Lance, Corpq-  .ral Bates, Privates A. and G. Richardson, Vine, Middleton, Fraser and Clen-  denniug,  TORY LOVE FEAST.  LIMITED.  WHOLESALE   GROCERS  WINE AND SPIRIT  MERCHANTS.  :��� VICTORIA, B.   C.  it lit!! It!!!  YARD AT DEADWOOD, B.C.  t*iwlfc>2**' ^'���'****2~i^^  ^nmntm^  We have on hand   No. 1   Brick,   well  burnt, and slolicit your patronage.  A. J. McGuire & Co.  v Dead-wood, B. C,  E. JACOBS  GREENWOOD.  FINE I/INE OF.  Pipes, Cigars,  Tobaccos and Pouches.  JUST-RECEIVED.     .  Head Ofliee and Works at  Beixevii/i.e, Ont.  Branch Office and Works at  Thau., B.C.  *$���--$�����$�� *%* 4 '$* *%* 4- "f- 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 44 44444444444"^ 4 4  THE  ACHINE Co., Limited,  Manufacturers of  Coryell's   Map  of  Wellington  $1.00.  Camp  i.l  T)RUGGIST,  MIDWAY, B. C:  aac  mcet-.ire  mcDonnell $ go,  Carleton Junction, Ont., Oct. 25.���  Sir MacKenzie Bowell spoke tonight  in favor of the Independent Conservative, Dr.-Preston, against the Hor.  Haggart and declared that the names  of Haggart and others whom he would  mention in llieir presence, stanlc in the  nostrils of tiie Conservatives in Western Ontario.  In reply, Mr. Haggart read a tele-,  gram from Sir Charles Tupper today.  "Have telegraphed Bowell urging him  not to go to Carleton pla^e. Wish you  every success." Sir MacKenzie Bowell"  g.id he had received the following telegram from Tupper: "You must not  go to Carleton Place. Think it^will do  harm." ��������� "He replied; "Mysit go; have  promised."  .s.  t  t *  Mines  and Real Estate  Greenwood and Myers Creek,  TO THE DEAF.  A rich lady cured of her deaf riess  aud 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. 145200*  The Nicholson Institute, 780 Eighth  Avenue, New York, U. S. A.  FOR  NOTICE.  We beg to notify the public of Greenwood and vicinity thut Mr. W. L,.  Leonard is no longer acting in the  capacity of selling agent for us in the  vicinity of Greenwood or elsewhere.  Watbrous Engine Wokksi Ce., i/FD-  Brantford, Ont.  MUSIC LESSONS  Miss Flesher is prepared to tafee  pupils in piano erf oygan instructions  after the 1st of October. Apply at the  home of Mrs. CJE. Shaw.  SHEEP,   SHEEP.  For sale 600 ewes and ewe lambs.  About 200-are fat and will be sold by  live weight.   Apply   J. T. DAVIES,  Okanagan Mission. B. C. .  ���*T_iV.7V��..:  .   77-"    ���    '���'*. - ������'���'���-'   "    " :  ���'"  We have paid special attention  to the construction of Pumping Machinery for duty in  Mines; our unsurpassed facilities and imroved methods  have given our Pumps a Dominion, wide reputation. They  are fully' guaranteed. Our designs include all types of the  ordinary Piston Pattern Mining  Pump, Solid Cylinder single and  Duplex'Patterns, outside packed  Duplex Plunger Patterns with  Pot valves; also "Vertical Sinking Pumps, both piston and out-  . side packed double Plunger patterns. Mine superintendents  and those interested jr.' Machinery would ccJiistilt"their interests  by gendV-ig for catalogue and  quotations before installing their  plants.  We are experts in the Manufacture of  Pumps for Special Duties, Pumps actuated by Compressed Air, Pumps {or Bad  Mine Water, Station Pumpjs.( etc etc.  llftfil  LIMITED.  TORONTO,   CANADA,  (gunliff�� & Ablett,  A6ENTS AT ROSSLAND.  Geo. A. Walkem,  .AGENTS AT VANCOUVER.  WM.'9.Mn.H,'  PO. Box 106, ag-siit at Greenwood. B. C.  Air  Compressors,  Roc Drills, Hoisting and Stationary Engines, Boilers,  .... Ore Trucks, Ore Cars, Ore Buckets, etc,  Agents for -knowles. Steam Pump Works,  Our Shops  at Trail areSnosf complete,  consequently we  are in  a position   to handle all  " kinds of^Repairs.   If you are troubled with your Drills freezing, or wish to  save money buying repairs, then  USE   OURS. J. P. BYERS, M_rr. .Trail.B.C  ^iiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiUiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiMUiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiailiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  H*k &4* -I*- 4? *#- ���& *& 4- 4��4> 4 4" 4- 4* -i* ���& *i�� 4* # 4* ��M"4�� ���4��.4��.��4�� 4" 4-'^^"^ ^44"^^ 4?  J.  IF?  �����&--.  I IN STOCK | Hoisting Planter Stamp Mills, Concentrators,  f ROSSLAND % ���  * | Buckets, Cars, Rope, Sinking and Station Pumps,  Chain Blocks,  | Warehouse, %  Boilers, Receivers, Etc,  ����t|_ *^_ ��|<- ��^_ *||* *j|a t^3 ify i^a *^> -Mt 4^11^<_ ��&> t?o *|* ^t t^�� JL J&> ��^> JL i|U *$* ����_ ��|_ *%. &�� *?._ *0_ t&a t$_ <jfe t$_ ^- &i *&, JL Jj  ��? *i  mmS^X  Ut. ����.��_-,.  Compressors and Rand Rock Drills, in which - the h'j-hest. degree of Perfection-has  been attained;  GREENWOOD.   B.C.  ROSSLAND,   B.C.  4  *  4  4.  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm  MONTREAL, QUEBECr  MANUFACTURERS OF.  B    - BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  ���r^    Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 3��  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 3  PRESSORS ... . M  COM-"*T_ETE''M-NJ- kottipments _^  OF AI.I_ KINDS. ^��S  STOCK^CARRIED IN RQSSLANT.. _^  ��� - .'    '"' V-'-                      '���. , �����:  ty* ft, Hir!.t)atr.e_.t Greenwood. B. 0. _3  ��^   K. B* %* mcnaliy. Rossland, E. %,*  MINERAL* ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  HAM FAT Mineral Claim, situate i 11 the  Grand Forks Mining Division of Vale  District. Where located : Summit camp,  about 1500 feet East and SotitlL of lliu 1;.  Bell claim.  TAKE NOTICE that Wd Marv fiailaiul.  Free Miuer's Cej-Ofiualo No. j-.S2o0. W. S.  McCrca, Free Miner's Certilicate No. H30O12,  Gco.A.GupssVPree Miner's Certilicateljo.n2!>"-10  intend, sisty days from the date liereoffto apply  to thaniiuin)T recorder for a certificateof improvements for the purpose of obtaininjr a  crown grant to the above claim.  And further take notice tliat action, und.-T  section37, must be commenced before t1\e \nuue  ance of such certificate of improve-'.iettK.  Dated this 15th day of Angus., A. I>. 1.00.  THE COMMERCIAL  CENTER   OF  THE  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  "I/ITTI-E BUFFALO" Mineral Claim _.ilualc   in the -Kettle -River Miniti},'   Division _of  Yale District. Where located : In Dead-  wood Camp, adjojtsiugr the Oreport Mineral  Claim:  TAKE NOTICE that L Arthur M. W liitoside.  as agent for Fred H. Oliver, Freo Minors'  Certificate No. B2-��503. and J. S. C. Fraser,  Free Miner's Certificate No. Wiffili, intend,  sixty nays from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Kecovclev for a Certificate of Improvements, fin" the pur_o.se of obtaining a Crown  Graut of the above claim.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before the i.s.  suance of such Certificateof Improvem_nt_.  -   ARTHUR M. "WHITESIDE.  ���   Dated this 10th day of September, 1900.  : .-  ... MIN-DJRAI, ACT, 1896.-  Certificate of Improvemont-  NOTICE.  HONAIiULU mineral  claim,  situate   iu  .the  Kettle River Minintr Division of Yale Dis-  trict.   Where located :     Iu Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE*, that I, C. JE. Shaw as  audit for James R. Mc-.iacl.sou, Free  Miner's Certificate* Nd. uU 5> and William II.  MCM.-tckS()ii,.Free Miners Certificate No. iil35*)3  intend; sixty days from date ijereof. to apply to  the Mliilujf Recorder for a Certificate of Im  provements for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown (.rant of thc above claim.  And further take notice that action  under  Section 37 must  be commenced  before tlie issuance of such Certificate of I in provements.  Dated the 20th dav of November. IX'*''.  192 ' . C. Ai. SIIAW.  MINERAL, ACT, 18%.  CERTIFICATE    OF    IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "SUNFLOWER"  Mineral   Claim   situate   iu  tlm Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale  District.    Wiiere located :    In Deadwood  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac If. .Ia .iott. as  agent for Thc British  Coltui.Uia Cupper  Company,       Eimited, (Foveirfii;,        Kree  Miner's Certificate J.o_ js2._,._:, intend,  sixty days after i^ale liereof to apply to the  MiningKecorttar ror a Certificate of improvement* for-"the purpose of obtaining- a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And fi-tlier take notice that   action  under  Seetiou 37   must  be   commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of-Improveiuent-..  Dated this 10th day of July, A. D-, r'00.  I,   H.HALLETT-  Is the Supply point for the Mining Camps.  From the Gity roads lead to Greenwood, Dead/  wood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, White's,  Atwood, Wellington, Smith's and other Bomi'-  dary Creek Camps. Three Chartered Banks  have branches in the city, For prices of lots  and other information, Address   /���//-/���  C. SCOTT GALLOWAY  GREENWOOD,   B.   C.  DAWSON   &   CRADDOCK  CiparsaniTotiaccos,  Smokers' Sundries,  Comfortable Club Rooms.  Copper Street, Two Dooks  Beivw-  ���-.���'.Rendem. Corner.  0  S-3S  fiV/f,  $?&  m  I'M  LOUIS BLUE, PRES: PETER GENELLE, XIICE-PRES.  ��/.  POU PORE,  SECRETARY.  Tl  J  ti  LIMITED.  fieiieral Office.  Greenwof>d, Tl. C.  Telephones :  Columbia No.  Boundary Creek No.  Verueu __ Nelson  No. 26.  Our Yards and Mills are  located as follows :  Greenwood, Phoenix, Dead-  wood City, Eholt No. l, Ehol No.  2, t.onsr f/.tltc. Rock Creek, Skylark Camp, Nalcusp, Kob-oii,  Ymir and Rosslaud.   ���  We Are Manufacturers  of all Kinds of : : : : :  6?,%  ^t-'iA  ��__��������  V*i'-3^  'rMi  %C��  S3!-:  ���-ZC2.  WA  WZ��.  ���s��$tS  llfllOWflWll  A.   FISHERy   LOCAL   MANAGER.  m  ^xViit&Xi'Jt&'SStSf.x'lt'' October Si, 1900.  MILLER BROS.  DRUGGISTS AND  JEWELERS. .   .  dUAllTY  Richness. Style and dura-  bilityMhese are the points  in our Jewelry that inter/  ests buyers 5 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,  abored zealously to attend the spiritua'  wants of your scattered congregations,  at   all   seasons   aud   in   all kinds of  weather; w.e found you everready to go  unparalleeld distances to offer consolation,  to succor some poor soul and to  spread   the gospel,   until now we are  proud to acknowledge that you  have  been  successful  in  erecting beautiful  churches throughout the vast mission.  Furthermore   you   have   shown   by  special endeavors how deep an interest  you have  taken   in  our spiritual welfare.    By words a  great deal and still  more by  example you have shown us  the way to lead good lives.    In a word  you   have,   like   thc   good   shepherd,  jathered the scattered sheep, and  infused hope and   enthusiasm   into  our  -*0  drooping hearts. At your coming the  prospect was dark and cheerless, now,  thank God, everything augurs well,  also wc rejoice to note the goodwill it  was always your endeavor to promote  toward our non-Catholic friends, and  they with ourselves wish you every  success in your future labors.  "Finally we all, old and young, form  our heart of hearts, thank you, and  will now ask you to accept this purse.  as a slight token of our esteem. May  Gold bless you and grant you many  years of health and strength to carry  your'good work.   Hoping that we  James   Kerr  West Fork.  Men's suits are down to bedrock at  Rendell & Co.'s  E. H.  Thruston is in the city from  the West Fork.  Thos.  McDonnell made a flying trip  to Bolster this week.  "Wanted���Furniture for two rooms  Apply Times Ofi.ee.  "W. T. Smith expects to start work  on the None Such in Smith's camp at  an early date.  For fine trade nothing equals Health  Brand Underwear.   Rendell & Co.  Dr. Mathison, dentist, over Bank of  Commerce.    Columbia "phone 1-6.  Blake Wilson,-of P. Bums & Co., is  in the city accompanied by his wife.  F. R. Douglass, of Kelly, Douglas &  Co., Vancouver, was in the city this  week.  Do not overlook the sale of. boys  clothing and reefer coats at Rendell  & Co.'s      *:-. 7-  ���"'  F. P. Guetelius, C. P.' R. engineer,  is in the city in connection   with  the  Paid up Capital $6,000,000.  President:   HOI G. A. COX.  General Manager:   B. E WALKER.  Asst-Gcneial Manager: J.W.PMMER  Is The Best Hotel In The City.  MILLER  DRUGGISTS AND  JEWELERS.  .  .  BROS.  Copper Street.  Greenwood, B.  HEAVY DAMAGES ARE  Awarded   t o   Waterland   ol  the Miners' Hotel in- His  Case Against the City,  Another $3,000 has been added to the  city's indebtedness. The jury at Nelson decided that Walter Waterland, of  the Miner's_hotel, was entitled to this  amount'because his property w*es submerged during the high water of la3t  spring. W. A. MacDonald, Q,C, of  Nelson,   represented  Mr.   Waterlaiid,  while the city's interests were looked ���    _ ri���.l. ..  Uv    .   \_ ....       .   ., ,    ., non-Catholics,  after  by W.  A. Galliher and Andrew ��� , -��� ���- -  Iveamy. There was a big array of witnesses and the case "occupied the time  of  the  court from Friday to Monday  evening when the- jury gave the above  award.   The  strong point in favor oi  Mr. Waterland was brought out in Mr.  Robert Wood's evidence. When grading  Deadwood street, the mayor was.  urged to put in an adequate culvert to  carry off the water from the old Boundary   creek, channel, but this was not  done and when the high water came it  backed   up   and flooded, thei Miners'  hotel.   Messrs.   Sausom   and  C.   _3-7  Shaw   also   gave  strong evidence in  favor   of   Waterland.     Mr.   Gallihei*  made a brilliant effort to break down  the plaintiffs' case but he was handi-  on  yourgowu. v��u-__.   _. t ��� __.  may   be particularly  remembered by   ^'j^eJ'.or the laidlaw smelter.  you when you stand at the altar of God, ,      ,  A y,   c .,_       * For   Sale���First-class .cook   st  we   are   dear   reverend   father,   your v     ��*�������������.������ _ .   __    _iTT-_J._  affectionate and grateful people.  "Signed on behalf of the congregation, p. H. Rice,  H. Sweenev,  Father   Palmer   in responding   expressed in appropriate terms his heartfelt   gratitude   for   the kind feelings  worded in the address.   It was, he said,  an   unexpected  and 'pleasant surprise  visit paid him,  arid one he"would remember    with   feelings     of   intense  pleasure all the day of  his life.   They  had, he continued, kept the secret well  as none of the congregation had given  him   a hint of the pleasing ceremony  in   store for him. ���  Spokane, he said,  was not far away and it was his intention to  yet spend with them many a  hafpy day in the future as in the past  by visiting them as often as he could.  A presentation was also  made to the  reverend gentleman in Greenwood and  in both cases he devoted the .purses to  the debt on the respective churches in  I each city.    One and all, Catholics and  .lies,   are  filled with feeling  ui  deep   regret   that Father Palmer  leaves them and he carries with him to  his   new  field  of  labor the heartiest  good will,  and  kindest wishes of the  whole district,  A FATAL ACCIDENT  Miles McNeill Killed, and N.  Green Injured at the B. C  Mine Monday Night,  Miles McNeill was killed at the B.  C. mine on Monday evening. He and  his partner, N. Green, were working in  *"** "~    V      ��� ,      . ��� . stope when a heavy body of rock broke  capped by reasons of not hav.ngj.uf- k the   roof   and struck   theinen.  McNeill   was   killed   outright    .while  ficient time and by the dearth of rebuttal evidence on the part of the city.  Even the city engineer was not there  as his evidence in connection with the  .... cul vert,would._beifatal to the city. The  jury's award is considered veryhigh  and more than meets any damages  that Mr. Waterland sustained.  Mayor Hardy returned from Nelson  on   Monday   and   the rest of the witnesses   came   in on yesterday's train.  The decision emphasizes the fact that  the   city  is pursuing a suicidal course  in allowing so many suits to be tried  against  it.   The success of litigants  will   only encourage others  and it is  evident   that municipal blunders will  not be justified by judge or jury.  REV. FATHER PALMER  Presented With Purse and Address at  Grand Forks. ,  A   very   interesting ceremony took  . place  in  the Catholic church on Sunday,  14th  inst.   The members of the  congregation,    gathered    during   the  afternoon and surprised Father Palmer  by presenting him with  a well filled  purse and a beautiful  address.   Mr.  Rice   opened   the   proceedings   by re-  g arking that as this was the last Sunday they could claim as their  pastor  Father Palmer who was to leave immediately   for Spokane to assume the  duties of his new charge at Main street  church,  the congregation had decided  to seize the opportunity for expressing  their deep appreciation of the reverend  gentleman's   good   qualities  and   the  noble work done during his three years  sojourn  in  the district, and called on  Mr.   A. Sweeney to read the address,  which was as follows:  "To the Rev. Wm. Palmer:   We, the  members of   Sacred Heart congregation, learning with regret that you are  about to leave this parish for a larger  field, take this opportunity  of testifying our lasting gratitude to you for the  great   and noble work  accomplished  during the three short years you have  labored in this mission. We appreciate  your great efforts to build up in this,  far west suitable temples for the worship o^ Almighty God.  "---*-���' -_been^.a. pioneer.  was   killed  Greeii  had   his leg broken but is not  otherwise seriously injured. Dr. Kingston was immediately sent for and up-  on_his_arriyal at the mine he  seat particulars   of   the  accrdent~tb^'Cbrbner  Smith,   of  Grand Forks, who did not  think  it  necessary to hold an inquest.  Mr. Green was brought to the Greenwood hospital yesterday and Mr. McNeill's  body was brought to Gulley's  undertaking    parlors.   He    has   two  brothers   in-Butte,   Montana.    They  have been   told  by  wire  of the  sad  fatality and  the  body   will be   kept  awaiting instructions from them.  ANGRENAN-GENDRON.  . A very pretty event was celebrated at  the residence of A. Archamba'ilt of  this city, last Monday evening when  John Angrenan, shift 'boss at the  Mother Lode mine, and Miss Albertine  Gendron were united in marriage by  Rev. Father Welch, of Rossland. Thc  bride was given away by Mr. Archam-  bault, while J. T. Bedard supported  the groom.   After the wedding supper  For Sax,e���First-class .cook stove,  dishes, carpet, etc. Apply at Watson's  cigar store, Copperstreet.  For Sa.EE���Household furniture, including two bed-room sets, carpets, etc.  Apply Greenwood Steam Laundry.  Henry Stoecke,the popular proprietor  of' the Greenwood meat market, returned on Friday from a three-month  holiday trip to Europe.*  A.A. Crowston's stores, Government  street, for" groceries, provisioas, produce. Headquarters for. green fruits, tf  H. T. Ceperley, of   Vancouver, D. J.  Fitzgerald, secretary :of the Birkbeck  company, and A. R.   Sherwood, representing the same company in Nelson,  were among' the  -financial men   who  visited the city this week.  7 Cunningham     &     Anderson,    elec  tricians,   have   removed   to their new  premises, Copper-street,.above the Imperial hotel, where. thejr- are prepared  to meet all their old customers and as  many, new ones as want: to secure the  best  electrical fittings and first-class  workmanship.  Sixty-five dollars will buy a good pipe  tone organ.- Greenwood  Music Store._  .Over 100 men are now employed on  the West Fork road andrapid progress  is being made.   The road, will be com-  Ipleted to Rendell in about 30 days.   It  I is reported that as soon as completed  shipments   will - be   made   from   the  l Carmi. . '.**.'  "For Rent���Unfurnished rooms very  cheap.    See Smith & McRae.  D. J*. McDonald, returning officer for  the Yale-Cariboo district, was in the  city* last week making arrangements  for the pending election. Although  nothing definite-has been determined  Mr. McDonald believes the date of the  election will be November 21.  '.. Large collection of sheet music at 5,  10 arid 15 cents. Greenwood Music  Store. * 7  W. B. Davey, president of the Columbia Telephone company, was in  sthe_city_jthis^week from a trip through  the Okanagan. fie reports that the  new line from Bolster westward is  working admirably and is already doing a large business;  For instructions on piano, violin,  mandolin, etc, see Prof. Kauffmann,  Greenwood Music Store.  This week Cunningham & Andersen  moved their business to the building  above the Imperial hotel which thev  with J. I_. Coles.the stationer, recently  purchased. They haye an excellent  appointed electrical store. R. P. Williams, representing the Jenckes Machine company, and W. Bryne, of the  Giant Powder company; have taken  offices with them. * *  Greenwood Branch  Drafts and   Money  Orders  sold payable at any Banking  point in the world.  Every Modern Convenience.  Grabam # Parry,  Proprietors.  Cor. Copper and Deadwood Streets, , * " .Greenwood, B, (  m  EM  ������  ��� ���  THE GREENWOOD : : :  Steam  ~ ��� .-.  Fully   equipped-.with   modern ���.n.acUlnery- for  all  classes oi work.    Hotel anti family work art-.en  special attention.   Give us a trial, if our work  suits you tell yonr friends', tf*not tell ns and  we will make' ft suit. *  ..* -"  V; & N. No. 92.  I   Tj-|P|||lO|l(-V \ C^nmbia No^UJ9.  W. J. SNODGRASS, Prop  F. T. ABBOTT, Manager  ___sg  :\*. *-'' ��.'-*.   _>-  TIMES BLOCK3&&  COPPER STEERS  m  | X F.J, MITCHELL*- f  5^5    *_  S3  S  -^ -3?  P3  G. H. MUMM'S EXTRA DRY  Is the greatest leader of of all  Champagnes. The importations for  this wine in 1899 were 109,303 cases,  being 72,475 more than any other  brand a record never before approached.  The importations from January 1st to July 1st |  this year are 65,149 cases out of a-total of 13_5,184, B  thus showing* that the "G. H. MUMM'S . EXTRA fl  DRY" imports are about half of the total  Champagnes. " *  ���I  O  e  c-_  Its (iuality Can Always Ibe Relie^Upon,  - '   ���        r-   _ _. ._.r-chmpnt nlacea throt.fi.hout  NOTICE  uttv.,-,   ,  _. Notice is hereby given that I, E. D.  the groom.   After the wedding supper Shears, will not be responsible for any  the happy couple left for the Mother d bfa colltracted by Mrs. E. Shears on I  Lode   mine   where  they   will reside. .       -       ,.,.*.-.'      -_ . ,i  They   were   the   recipients  of   many the grounds of desertion  of home and j  valuable presents from their numerous family. ���  friends. E, D. SHEARS.  Shop worn goods  for your F&U Suit ��    ~3  when you can secure |     -3  New Goods of the  We Guarantee  To  give   satisfaction;  or money refunded.  most  just arrived  ��  9  9  ��  9  *  fashionable 4.  *  9  9  .9  9  9  9  e  *  ��  9  pattern which have *     ;2S  ' - *.'   ������  SPROTT &  MCPHERSON,  WATCHMAKERS  I The Biggest and best. ��  S assortment of Fall Suit/ *  * ines ever brought into %  % the Boundary. X  And Rooms have been re-opened ..tinder the manage-  merit of Mrs. E. Dowding (late of tfre-fcancwhire  y House; Midway.) 7   **     * ��� y  3 THE BEST MEALS IN THE CITY WILLIE SEWED. g  THETAILQR  j%f .*  *"  9-  9  _*'���  9  ��.���  ��.  9  ��.  ��  9  9  SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DINNER  PARTIES.     .  Rooms are Comfortable Well H��ated and  t.,7.^y; ���'Wdrtighted.- " \     77.yf.yv  m  >'��� jC#��  Greenwood St.  Greenwood, B. C.  Qiecnwood. *  ''.;;;Tte.vClai^^ -mm  if:  ISSUED   AS   A   SUPPLEMENT   TO' THE   GREENWOOD   TIMES.  GREENWOOD, B.C., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st, 1900.  The Future Metropolis of Southeastern  British Columbia,  THE LAND OF GOLDER OPPORTUNITIES.  Manufacturing and Commercial Center of the Famous  Boundary' DLtrict���Historical Sketches and Mercantile Reviews of the Leading Wholesale  and  Retail  Merchants  There are not many people who  have not "heard favorably of  GreenwoodT"** But the number of  those who, have studied the  7 causes of theOmarkable growth  and development' witnessed here  are few as yet.  Greenwood though practically  - a young city, has long since ceas-  to be an experiment, and today is  recognized as the coming city, of  Southeastern -British'.I'Columbia.  The pillars upon which its ulti-  .mate prosperity is founded are of  ^a" most suBstantial character, offering the staunchest guarantee  for the" city's ultimate   brillant  future.    Strange tp say the historians   has  used but little'Qink-  *.' either examining itito'br discrib-  ,ing  the .history. of this part bf  British Columbia; or .-the City of  * Greenwood, s  Why,"' cannot   be  ."conjectured," not" surely   on   ac-  " count of dearth of material for  - the early history of British Col-  y umbia  abound  in. legends   and  Tomances that outrival the tales  and myths of classic tunes. It is  a history, .repletey with chivalry;  - of sturdy adventurers, "of "the" Indian and his depredations and opposition to the _trea.de of advancing civilization; a 4tory of privation, starvation and ultimate  success; a* tale of men withuhearts  of oak-and nerves of steel, who  know no fear and' who were the  pioneers that blaze<T the trails,  made the toads, .found the mines,  and made .possible the glorious  future that, is even now unfolding its wings of gold and- makes"  this both a heaven and home, for  all who spek the shelter of its  hospitable area;" and it is this  city, so replete with everything  that constitutes the nuclues of a  great mining metropolis that we  will endeavor to portray to our  readers, that they may have some  idea of its trades, manufacturies  and industries7~of bur prosperity  and of the -possibilities of the  future.    In so* doing the writer  - will make no-' pretentions to', a  flowery flow of language, nor  exaggerated assertions, but confine himself as nearly as possible  to facts giving statistics as they  have been gathered irom the best  ..authorities from time to time and  in writing of these so7closely are  : we connected with the surrounding country that some discription  must  be   given  of   that    also.  ' Therefore we will commence with  THE BOUNDARY DISTRICT.  The Boundary district comprises a country reaching from  the divide or water shed between  the Okanagan *and Kettle river  valleys <>ri.tlie west and Christina  }&kg on the east a distance of  same 60 mjies, and from the In-  . ternational boundary line on the  south to a distance of "some 30  rniles north.  This entire scope of country is  . literally covered with mines,  prospects and claims, and while  there are hundreds worthy of  mention we^ will in this, short  sketch only speak of the most  important ones..- Commencing on  _.���7the west side~":---       - '  :;���* "   7.r'     "CAMP MCKINNEY      :  which isa little south of west  some 40 miles from .Greenwood, a  gold proposition carrying some  silver : is ^he principal camp.  Cariboo a mine in the .Camp Mc-  yKinney district is the principal  producer and thii mine has paid  large dividends. " :  -.;'���- Then cbmiiig* east and north  from Camp McKinney to a distance some 30 miles from Greenwood is what |s known, as, the������"  WEST FORK  county- which is practically under  yeloped. " There are a large  number of very fine -prospects in  this section. Many of them have  a considerable amount of development work dpne and some of  them have shafts sunk to a depth'  of ' 100 feet. -Another very fine  mineral  belt is located about 30  miles np the main river from  Rock Creek and about 25 miies  from Greenwood at  - 7 CANYON CREEK  The ore here is principally gold  bearing quarts and some fine assays have been received from  this district. --Coming,- -farthur  east the mines begin to develope  copper and located some seven  miles from Greenwood is what is  known as       '- .-   -  /i COPPER CAMP.  There are quite a numberyof ,pror  mising-claims in this camp, but  very -little work has been done.  The King Solomen probably being the most developed, while  the promises .are that .several of  the" other claims will be pushed  in the near future. Then-coming  on east" we: come to'  - DEADWOOD CAMP    -  laying only from one toythree  miles from. Greenwood, here is  located the famous Mother Lode  mine,"also the Sunset and Crown  Silver, all copper claims-and producers, the Morrison, the Buck-  harn, -the Great Hopes,' the  Marguerite and *th�� D; H. and  Gold Bug group will be producers  as soon, as thg -  british columbia copper co.,  ltd,, smelter  is completed, which is now under  construction and waiting for  machinery^ that is expected to  arrive at* ally time. We are informed _f_rom_good authority that  the furnaces will be blown in,by  the 1st or 15th of December this  year._. The Mother lode - mine  alone has 100,000,000tons ,of ore  blocked out above the 200 foot  level. This mine is owned by  the British Columbia Copper Co.,  Ltd. and the smelter spoken of  abovess being built by this com-  panyif and is located practically  in the City of Greenwood.  THE STANDARD COPPER, CO.'S  ,-   PYRITIC SMELTER  being erected three miles south  of town will also be completed  and receiving ore by aboue Dec.;  15th, 19007 There are two other  prospective smelters spoken "of  that people wlio" are on the inside  inform us" that there is no question but will be built and receiving ore within six months from  date, and as all the many camps  surrounding Qreenwppd needs to  make them nqt qnly producers,  but largg dividend payers is  smelting facilities, and as there  is enough ore in sight tq keep the  two smelters nearly completed as  well 'as the two proposed ones  running for an indeflnate. time  there is no question hut the proposed ones will be a reality in the  time- mentioned. Returning to  the different camp of the district  we will norw go-north eight miles,  there is located what is known as  . LONG LAKE. CAMP.       ...  Here milling 7 and concentrating  gold ore is.found, the best known  claim there.is the Jewel, which is  developed to a depth of 300 feet,  has a large quantity^of ore blocked out ready for tb^e uh!V Then  eight rniles to the tiorth'east"is  -  SUMMIT  CAMP  The best known claim there is the  B. C, which is at this time sending out to the Trail smelter 150  tons of high grade copper ore per  day. South of Summit and east  of Greenwosd five miles is  PHOENIX  CAMP.  here are located the Miner-Graves  group including the Old Ironsides  Knob Hill, Victoria, Grey Eagle,  also the Dominion Copper Co.'s  group, the most important claims  of which are the Brooklyn, Stem-  winder, Idaho and Rawhide; and  the Snowshoe, Gold Drop and  War Eagle each owned by a  seperate Co., and there are other  promising claims in -this camp  which we have not space.to mention. The Ironsides '. and Knob  Hill are smelting 600 tons of ore  "per day. Then again going, east  we come to  WELLINGTON  CAMP.    .  eight miles east of Greenwood,"  here we find high grade gold  copper ore, with several promising claims and , three properties  shipping, the Golden Crown, .the  Winnipeg arid . the Athelstan  about i2 cars of ore per week.  Then to the south about 10 miles  from Greenwood-we come to  CENTRAL-CAMP.  The present producers here are  the Lincoln and City of Paris.  Then coming nearer the City we  come to  smith's camp  three miles south, which is a very  fine group, consisting of the Republic, the Nonsuch and the Last  Chance, which have large bodies  of ore nearly.-ready for 'the  smelter.   Then-  PROVIDENCE AND SKYLARK CAMPS  laying oxr the eastern slope of  Boundary Creek, these, veins are  small high-grade silver, and  gold leads.    Thento-the north is  KIMBERLY CAMP  some ei^ht miles up Boundary  Creek from Greenwood, these  mines all have large bodies of  low grade copper pre.  Besides -the mining interests  this ,sectior_ of the country has  large    S " .' ,  -   lumbering"  interests. The mountains are  covered with' a luxurant growth  of fur,' pine and tamarack, there  also being -a little to the west of  us"one of 4he finest cedar belts in  British Columbia- There are  numerous saw mills * scattered  over the entire district employing  a large force of men in chopping  and logging, and millions of feet  of lumber yar�� produced each year  besides the enormous amount of  timbers required for-the mines,  and in the different camps and  towns are numerous plaining  mills, sash and door factories,  etc. The lumbering interests of  this districts would in a few years  alone support-a -town the size of  Greenwood, and as the supply is  almost _ inexhaustible, \ ��� this industry is bound to continue to increase. .  GREENWOOD  was laid out out and platted on  the Dark,Horse mineral claim in  May, 1895: / The .townsite at that  time was covered with heavy timber which was cleared off and the  .first work untertaken by Mr.  Robert Wood, the townsite  owner, was connecting the town  by wagon road with the various  camps in . the surrounding country. Some lots were sold that  fall and in the spring of '96 the  town began to forge ahead.  About this time Mr. Wood was  joined by Mr. C. Scott Galloway  and the Greenwood Townsite  Company was formed, disposing  qf quitVa. pqrtiqn to the C. P. R.  Co..,' which'was at that time contemplating building here, and  which began running trains to  this place in '99. All camps on  the hills.around the town are connected with this road by spurs  from the main line. - The principal ones branching off from  Greenwood, which has steadily  grown without any rush or boom  until now at the age of only five  years she has a  POPULATION        '��� y,;  pf over 3000 souls. Every branch  of business represented, several  manufacturing establishments,-1 a  tf ew solid wholesale concerns, twq-  smelters, almost completed, good  schools, several churches, a fine  opera house, business men's club  $n incorporated board of trade,  three banking, houses  and five  agencies here'. There are two  breweries, a fine steam laundry,  there is also a Trades and Labor  Council representative of the local  unions, of the'Miners', printers',  carpenters', tailors' painters',  clerks' and plumbers and iron  workers.  Greenwood also has more members of the profession-���medical,  legal, civil and ini:iingengineers,  surveying, etc., that are bouafide  residents of the city than any  other town in the district. There  are from here  STAGE   LINES  running to Phoenix, to the upper  main Kettle-river and its several  tributaries,' to Camp McKinney,  Fairview, Similkameen and the  Myers creek and Okanagan  camps south of the International  boundary line. Two telegraphs  and two telephone systems.  There are also two  NEWSPAPERS  published in the town, The  Greenwood Times, Duncan Ross  publisher and manager, and The  Greenwood Miner, J. W. Grier,  publisher and manager,   -  In municipal matters-the City  owns its own  WATER WORKS SYSTEM  the plant being in excellent condition has a gravity pressure of  120 lbs to the^ square inch which  affords ample protection in case  of fire. We also have an excellent    '--__,  FIRE DEPARTMENT  and whsle the chief is the only  salaried member the' rest being  being volunteers the company is  capable of excellent service.  They are supplied with hose  carts and hook and ladder trucks,  the fire hall is located on the  lower floor of the city, hall building and is an honor to the City.  We also have an  ELECTRIC LIGHT .PLANT-  and while this is controlled by a  private company the service is  good.  Greenwood is very fortunate as  regards   '  \ SCHOOLS.  They have a fine school!building  -built by the government, the  townsite company donating ,one  whole block" pf ground for the  erection of the building, The  best of teachers are in charge and  every educational, facilities are  afforded, for'children.' We, also1  have most' of the  The opportunities  for  investment and advantages  offered  CAPITALISTS  are almost unlimited, and it is  the writer's honest conviction  that no better or safer investments, offering a surer or larger  return on the amount invested, be  it large or small, can be found today on the North American continent, than in Greenwood.  When one comes to study the  advantages offered, and take into  consideration the importance of  the location of Greenwood, in the  midst of one of the greatest copper fields the world has ever  known, property is redicilously  low, and in real estate alone  there is bound to be thousands of  dollars made in the next twelve  months. The place, as well as  her mines, have been held back  ori account of railroad facilities,  the great cost of shipping machinery and supplies, but now  that the C..P..R,- has built to the  city, this has in a way been overcome', and the shipping of ere by  some of the mines, the buj ��� ling  of two and the starting of two  more smelters is the result, and  from now on the place as well as  mines will advance more rapidly.  There is also a proposed  TRAMWAY ROAD,  to connect Greenwood with  Phoenix^' and to ultimately be  built to Deadwood camp on the  west, Long Lake camp on the  north and Summit camp on the  north-east. This road from  Greenwood to Phoenix at least  will be built the coming year,  and it is almost a certainty that  the C. P. R, will commence work  on the Crow's Nest pass road  from Greenwood on through to  Vancouver, passing through the  Similikameen and Okanagan  country, and making them tributary to Greenwood from a wholesale standpoint. It is also expected that the  GREAT NORTHERN   RAILROAD  will build into the city within a  year or two at most. Several  surveying parties have been out  'and'We are. informed thatysome  portions of the road . have been  located.  to be appreciated, and we have  followed the settling of new  countries from the Missouri river  to the Pacific coast, and have,  seen these things accomplished ;.  yet. we are free to say we "have  never seen a country or a town  under the sun with the natural  resources and offering the opportunities that does this section in  common, and Greenwood in particular.  And as a fitting conclusion to  the foregoing, and to give final  emphasis to the grand truths  concerning the importance of the  trade, commerce and manufacturing of Greenwood and to the  country at large, we now ask the  privilege of introducing to all  our readers the representative  business establishments of the  city. And in so doing" we flatter  onrselves that a more'satisf actory  leave taking could not be conceived, for unquestionably there  must be a stong desire on the part  of those into whose hands these  papers fall, to become more  thoroughly familiar with the individual-character of a community that evinces such-a spirit of  modern day progressiveness and  courageously pushes aside every-  obstacl ethat dares to obstruct the  fiuition of its' ambition to become  prominent through the arts of  peace and industry.  THE   A.   H.   SPERRY   CO..   LTD.  1 '   RELIGEOUS; DENOMINATION  represented.' TheGatholics have a  nice building close to the school  building, the Baptists, the  Methodist have -buildings-���'and  the 'Presbyterian and Church of  England are preparing to build.  All have resident pastors and are  well attended.  , We also have an exceptionally  fine appointed  HOSPITAL  which "care for ~ the "sick" and afflicted, people coming from all  the surrounding camps for care  at this place, It is owned and  conducted by Drs. Jakes and Op-  penheimer and has a full staff of  professional nurses.  Most all the  7  SECRET SOCIETIES  are represented here, the Masons,  Oddfellows arid Nights of Pythias  porbably having the largest  membership.   There is also a  BUSINESS MEN'S  CLUB  which boasts of nearly all the  most prominent business and professional men of the city as its  members.. They have a reading  room, billiard room, writing  rooms,.card rooms and bar. The  place, is finely furnished and is  acknowledged by all visitors to  contain the largest selection of  reading matter of any similar  club in the province. There is  also an incorporated  BOARD OF TRADE,  C, Scott Galloway, president;  Duncan Ross, vice-president; and  W.   G. 'Gaunce,   sec - treasurer.  The Dominion Government has  its resident customs and inland  revenue officers here, and the  Provincial Government has made  Greenwood the official centre of  the extensive Kettle river mining  division, and has its resident gold  commissioner, mining recorder,  etc., located/here.  A supreme7 court registry, has  been established, and here too  are heldthe regular sessions of  the county court of Yale, and in  the town is a.lso stationed the  chief provincial constable for the  investment companies hove local -'.whole Boundary district,  CLIMATE.  Nature in forming this part of  British Columbia seemed to have  had .the purpose in view of making  ,a residence place .for surrounding  cpuntry of Greenwood apparently  hemmed iri on all sides by. mouri-  tains, blizzards or wihdstormsjare  unknown as well as severe cold,  it is true that the thermometer  sometimes for a few hours or a  few days will drop as low as 20  and sometimes 30 degrees below  'but* it is soon over and the atmosphere is so light and dry that  the cold isriot.felt the same as in  lower altitudes and while there  is considerable snow there are  days and days of beautiful  weather even during the winter.  The summers are simply delightful 7 never do we experience extreme heat. The summer and  falls are the most beatiful sunshine interspersed with refreshing showers. The nights are always cool' and pleasant, the atmosphere the year around is very  invigorating, inspiring one with  energy, thrilling every pulsation,  brightening the intellect and infusing enterprise and ambition  into every part of the body;  What i Denver is to Colorado  and what Butte city is to Silver  Bow county, Montana. Greenwood will be to the Boundary  district.  Greenwood is and will continue  to be the commercial as well as  the mining and manufacturing  centre of all this great district  with lumbering interests enough  alone to create a city and mineral  wealth sufficient to create an  empire. Now look to the hundreds of mines in this district all  producing and the thousands of  miners at work. Then imagin if  you can the smelters and mills  and the army of labor required  to reduce this yast amount of ore  from, the mines. The large  wholesale establishments, the  manufacturing plants, coupled  with every industry that it will  require to supply the wants of  this great section. _ Imagine all  these, we ask you. in our flourishing city, with street railways  and all modern improvements,  and you will see Greenwood, as  she, will be in a dozen years from  now, it Hot sooner. In this we  inay be accused of exaggeration,  but Greenwood need only be seen  Dealers la Hardware. Mining Supplies. Paints.  Oils, Groceries and Provisions. -  In recording the various, business  interests of our community, we always  take great pleasure in giving particular notice to those firms who, by their -  active, energetic and progressive enterprise, advance in a marked degree, the  commercial industries of our city. The  A. H; Sperry Co., Ltd., is established  here in the general hardware and  grocery business, their large and Iwell  arranged1 stores being centrally , located, and are well stocked with staves,  ranges, builders' materials, all kinds  of miners' supplies, cutlery, nails, tinware, and a large stock of shelf hardware. In fact here is to be found ev.ery  article carried in the largest eastern  hardware emporiums, as well as a complete line of the celebrated Stephens'  paints, oils, varnishes, brushes, etc.  In the grocery department is to   be  found flour, sugar, coffee, the finest of  imported teas, direct from the priucipa.  tea gardens of the   Orient,   Aromatic  spices, condiments, hermetically sealed goods in tin and glass, canned  aiid  dried    fruits,     confectionery,     eggs,  butter, cheese, and all table delicacies.  The A. H.   Speery   Co.,   L<td.,   are  noted   for   their   honorable   business  t.ansactions,  sterling   integrity,   and  sound business principles, aud are in a  position to quote prices, either in small  or large quantities, as low as the lowest.    This establishment is one with  whom it is always a plea'sure to transact business, and one which  has ever  been'conducted upon an honorable and  equitable basis.   Patrons will find the ~  management at once liberal and enterprising, and we have no hesitency in  saying to the public in  general,   that  The A. H. Sperry Co., L<td., are  in  a  position   to   extend   to    their    many  patrons and friends, as many  marked  favors as any firm   in   the   Boundary  district.  THE   GREENWOOD   MARKET.  H. Stoecke. Prop.���Dealer in Fresh and Cured  Meats, Fish, Game and Poultry.  In reviewing our leading enterprises  in each and every line of business, we  take great pleasure in calling the attention of the public to the Greenwood  Meat Market, Mr.  H.   Stoecke,   prop.  This gentleman conducts one  of   th'e  largest and best patronized markets in  the district, and is at all times prepared  to buy cattle, hogs, sheep, poultry, etc.  paying the highest cash market price  for the same.    This popular market is  centrely located, on Copper street, and  here is to be found the choicest steaks,  the juiciest roasts   and   the   tenderest  chops, at wholesale or retail, which are  sold at the lowest prices.   This market  has become one of the leading   establishments in this line of   business  in  Greenwood, as is plainly   attested   by  the daily throng  of  purchasers   who  flock there for their provisions.   The  benefit derived from dealing with this  market: is that all meats handled are  of the best to be obtained,   a   fact   lo  which is due. in no small degree' the  large patronage enjoyed by this place.  Mr. Stoecke. the genial proprietor, has  had many years experience in this line  of business,   and   thoroughly   understands itin all its phases. This market  is a model one, and   well   merits   the  large and extensive trade it enjoys. !**ft!  '���������r- '-^���^'���^���T-fc-ii y ii_ ��*m  ���^tfMb^-aSiiwtf^i  PAUL   JOHNSON.  Manager and Superintendent of the  British  Columbia Copper Co.. Ltd.. Smelter Works.  There is no position connected with  mining on which rests more responsibility, and the demands of which are,  more exacting, than that of constructing manager and superintendent of a  smelter works. Under his directions  the building is constructed, the  machinery is put in place, and ou his  knowledge and experience depends the  success of the plant as well as the returns from an investment reaching into thehuudreds of thousands of dollars.  Among the smelter experts of British  Columbia, few, if indeed any, have had  a wider or more valuable experience in  '.his line than the subject of this sketch,  Mr. PaulJohnson, manager and superintendent of the British Columbia Copper Co., Ltd., smelter works, now  under construction iu this city. Mr.  Johnson is a graduate of the school of  practical experience, having made a  life's study of copper properties, and is  today considered to be one of the best  posted smelter men on the continent.  This gentleman is a native of Sweden,  going from his land of birth first to  Germany, then to the United States,  and for over twenty years since that  time has been building and superintending different smelters and copper  plants. His first engagement after  going to the United States was with  the Oreford Copper Co., in New York.  From there he accepted a position with  the Ely Copper and Smelting Co., of  Vermont. After filling this position  for a number of years, with credit to  himself and profit for the company, he  was induced to accept a position as  assistant superintendent at the Li  Paso Smelting "Works, in Texas. From  there he was superintendent for the  Kansas City Smelting and Refining  Co. While managing this property he  was induced to undertake the construction of the Ibex Smelter; in Utah. After  constructing this smelter, he built the  Hall Mines Smelter, at Nelson, which  was the first copper smelting works  errected in British Columbia, and f rom  there undertook the management of  the Guggenheim Smelting Go's, plant  at Agues Culientes, Old Mexico. After  getting this property in excellent condition, he was induced to go to California, and there constructed the California Smelting Co's works, and -when  the British Columbia Copper Co., Ltd.,  decided to construct their plant in this  city Mr. Johnson was engaged to build  and superintend this plant which he i_.  now engaged upon.  Mr. Johnson met his fate some seven  years ago in New York and was.  married there, and now ha* two lovely  daughters. His residenc'e and office is  located in Greenwood, close to the  smelter he is constructing, and which  is now ready for the machinery, which  is expected t�� arrive at any time. Mr.  Johnson expects to have this plant in  operation by the first or middle of  December of the present year. Mr.  Johnson's wide acquaintance with mining men, and his native suavity and  agreeable manners, have made for hin.  many friends and his popularity it-  Greenwood is beyond dispute. His  varied experiences in mining and his  knowledge of the great smelting industry in all its prases, make him a  verj' entertaining and instructive talker and his social disposition brings  him into ready touch with his fellows.  The Review, in wishing this gentleman  many years continuance of his chosen  occupation, utters the sentiment of the  entire community.  sections in which their many buyers  operate, making always a ready cash  market for every hoof of No. 1 stock at  the highest market price, and the large  amount of capital controlled enables  them to purchase In any quantity and  for cash.  The office for the Boundary district  and the large retail market located in  this city is under the personal management of Mr. Jnlius _5hrlich, whom  patrons will find pleasant and accomo  dating, and while ever looking on.  for the best interests of the company  he so ably represents, at tliesame time  always willing to grant to their many  customers every courtesy aud favor  consistent with sound business judgment. We will say in conclusion thai  the broad business principles upon  which this busiiie!_s: is built is assurance of favor and liberal treatment  to all.  MILLER   BROTHERS,  P.   BURNS   &   COMPANY,  Druggists and Jewellers. Copper Street  The success of pharmacy is recognized to be one of the most important  branches of human activity, the entire  welfare of the community depending  in a great measure iipon the skill,  ability and integrity of our druggists  and pharraacentists. The most leliablc  house*engaged in this'line of business  in Greenwood is that of Miller Bros.,  the popular druggists and jewelers.  Their store will always be found to  contain a full and complete stock of  pure fresh drugsand chemicals, all the  reliable proprietory and, family medicines, choice perfumery, toilet and  bath requisites and all those many  articles known as druggists'' sundries.  The prescription department "is under  the personal supervision of Mr. M. E'  Miller, who is a registered and expert  pharmacentist, and this department is  perfect and complete in every particular  being equipped with the latest improved apparatus and facilities known to  that important branch, and the filling  of prescriptions are guarded with the  greatest care.  This firm are also, jewelers, and carry  a complete stock of watches, clocks,  rings, - ornaments and silverware.  These gentlemen make a' special  feature of this department of their  business and carry a large assortment  of diamonds and sterling silverware,  and in this line their stock is unsurpassed in the Boundary district. They  also do diamond setting and engraving  and this department is under the management of Mr. Geo. F. Miller, a  practical watchmaker and jeweler, who  is now in the United States taking an  optical course in the Illinois Optical  College, and will be prepared upon his  return to thoroughly handle this  branch of their business on scientific  and up. to-date principles, as he will  bring with him the most complete set  of opticaliinstruments iu the Northwest. This firm carry nothing but the  best, and their standing reputation for  honorable, honest and straightforward  business transactions is a sure guarantee-that all goods will be just as  represented and at reasoriable prices.  They also have a jewelery repair shop  in connection, where first-class and up-  to-date work may be obtained.  The proprietors of this establishment  the Messrs.Miller Bros, are prominent  iu all financial and business as well as  social circles, and it is with great  pleasure the Review recommends them  to the public as being worthy of your  confidence and esteem.  GREENWOOD   MUSIC   STORE.  Prof.  F. KfU.fmann, Prop.���Dealers Id Pianos;  Organs and Musical Instruments.  Among the representative business  houses of Greenwood  whom it is our pleasure to note, is that  of the Greenwood  Music Store, which  comes under our  special notice. This,  establishment is located on the cornerof Government and  Greenwood streets, and here is to be  found the best assortment of everything in the music line in the Boundary district. Prof. P. Kanffmann, the  popular proprietor, is a skilled musician,.and makes a specialty, of teaching  not only the piano, but the violin and  mandolin as- well, and furnishes music  for all occasions such as receptions,  balls, parties, weddings, etc. This  gentleman carries on his business with  interesting energy and diligence,  coupled with excellent management.  He is noted for his fairness in all business transactions and conducts his  affairs upon the broadest laws* of  equity. He is western agent for tho  celebrated Gerhard Heii.t-.inan pianos,  which is the leading manufacturer of  Canada. He also handles the Whaley-  Roger pianos, and the Williams and  Foley organs, as well as a full line of  violins, banjos, guitars, accordians  and all string instruments. He also  carries a complete stock of sheer music,  consisting of all the latest and most  popular selections by the most celebrated authors. The public in general  are invited to visit this store, and we  have no hesitancy-in saying to outside  subscribers that if you are anticipating  a purchase in his line, it pay you to  correspond with this gentleman before  buying.  Mr. Kauffmann is not only, a finished  musician, but is an ideal gentleman to  transact business with, always sociable, accomodating and ever ready .to  extend to h's many patrons and friends  every courtesy of the business.   .  from-injurious shoeing or natural  disease, there can be uo better person  to intrust with their recovery. He also  does all kinds of carriage painting and  is exceedingly expert in this, line, using nothing but the best of- materials  in the way of paints and varnishes.  He is also running in connection a  taxidermist business, and in the  stuffing and kressing of all kinds of  birds, animals and skins, has achieved  a reputation second to none. This  branch of his business is well patronized and they-have turned out many  fine specimens.  This gentleman enjoys an excellent  line of business, and certainly deserves  it. Mr. T. B. Winnett is considered by  all in arid around Greenwood to be a  man of strict integrity in all business  transactions, and the Review takes  pleasure in recommending him to the  public in general.  THE YALE-COLUMBIA LUMBER CO.  PALACE LIVERY  GREENWOOD TRADING  CO.,   LTD.  A.   A.   CROWSTON,  Live Stock and Wholesale Meat Dealers���Rep-  reseated in Every City of Any Importance  in Western Canada.  What the Armour Meat Packing Co.  is to the United States, P. Burns & Co.  is to Western Canada and British Columbia. Besides their slaughtering  houses located at Nelson, Sandon,  Rossland, Cascade, Grand Forks,  Greenwood and Revelstooke, they have  in Calgary, Alberta, N. W. T., the  largest abatoir aud cold storage plant  in Canada. This immense consumer  of live stock has a capacity of 150 cattle per day and a cold storage capacity  of 4,000 carcasses. Here the carcasses  are stored during the winter months  that supply their branch markets (too  numerous to mention in this short  sketch) extending over all of Western  Canada, British Columbia and reaching into the principal cities of Alaska.  Besides supplying their own branches,  this firm supplies many of the principle  markets throughout the entire territory,  covered by them. Greenwood being  the distributing point and head office  for the Boundary district, this firm has  a large cold storage warehouse located  here and the markets at Cascade, Columbia, Grand Forks, Phoenix, Eholt,  Midway and Camp McKinney are op-  perated from here.  These gentlemen have gained a very  high reputation for their meats and  their already enormous business continues to expand. This firm are also  extensive dealers in salt and cured  meats, which they handle in car-load  lots. This company require the purchasing of thousands of head of   live  Wholesale and  Retail Grocer7   ;  The most popular  and  enterprising  establishment in the wholesale and retail grocery   business  in   Greenwood  and one whose stock is being constantly increased to meet the demands of its  fast growing trade, is that of the above  mentioned establishment. ' This  grocery has since its  inception  met   with  substantial success, and now enjoys a  widespread      patronage       extending  throughout this section of the country.  The store is located on  Government  street and occupies two   store   rooms,  has a first-class bakery in  connection,  is fitted up in   a   neat   and   attractive  manner and the fine displaj*  of choice  staple and fancy  groceries therein  is  unsurpassed by any other house in the  same line in   the   city.    Here   can   be  found the finest choice Japan,  Salada  and Ceylon teas, Java and other  fragrant   coffees,   pure   Indian   Aromatic  spices, the best  the   world   produces,  every variety of foreign and  domestic  fruits, hermetically sealed goods in tin  and glass, fine imported jellies,  jams,  condiments and   all   table   delicacies,  both at   wholesale   and   retail.    This  popular house also has  constantly on  hand a full line of Western and Ontario cheese,  butter,   eggs   and produce,  extra nice dairy aud creamery  butter,  hams, confectionery, etc.    This house  is by odds the most extensive wholesale  dealer in green   fruit   in  the   district,  making a special feature of this, line  and enjoying a large trade..  This grocery is a model one aud a  credit to Greenwood, as our readers  will agree with us after paying this  gentleman a callj Patrons will find  Mr. Crowston a pleasant and agreeable  gentleman with whom to transact busi-  Dealers in Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats- Caps.  Gents Furnishings, Queensware, Crockery  and Groceries���Wholesale Dealers in all  Kinds of Llauor and Agents  for ScMtz Beer. .  There are several concerns in Greenwood which, in the handling"of certain  specialties, have secured for themselves a wide and enviable reputation  and done much to advertise our city  thro-ighout-the country." Of such, the  Greenwood Trading Co., Ltd., is. entitled to special recognition in. these  columns as a representative establishment in their line of business. This  firm is among the heaviest dealers in  groceries, clothing, boots, shoes and  furnishings, as well as liquors, ih the  city. The grocery department will be  found to contain a full line' of sugar,  coffee, flour, imported teas, condiments,  spices, hermetically sealed goods, in tin  and glass, and in fact every article  jj-iiown to the grocery line. In the  clothing department will be 'found a  full line of tailor, fitting up-to-date  clothing-for men, youths and boys.  The.boot and shoe department will be  found to contain all the market requires  in every shape, color and style. .The  furnishing department, including hats  and caps, is not to be surpassed in  the1  Feed  and Sale Stables-Harvey &  Robins.  Proprietors.  The Palace stables have become the  most popular and decidedly one of the  best establishments of the kind in  Greenwood. The Palace stables are  well lighted and ventilated, aud in  charge of careful stablemen and every  care and attention is given to the wel.  fare and comfort of horses by competent assistants.  In the livery department Messrs.  Harvey & Robins have a most excellent  stock of animals, many of them goers,  for those who delight in making lively  times on the road. These gentlemen  also have a number of-quiet and gentle  horses for ladies and a great many  stylish turnouts such as carriages,  buggies, phaetons, etc. /They also pay  particular attention to boarding horses  by the day week, month or year. They  buy and sell and do an extensive busi-  iri. this line. Messrs.. Harvey & Robins have had many years experience  among horses and are considered great  authority upon the noble animals and  are fully posted in knowing how to  care for them, The popular gentler  men are fully up-to-the-tfmes, sagacious, farseeing and have business  ability of the -first order.- They are  gentlemen who are pleasant and attentive to all and deserve commendation, for maintaining in" Greenwood  anestablishment of this character.  THE  GREENWOOD   PRODUCE   CO..  city. They also carry an extensive  stock of queensware, crockery and shelf  hardware. One of the main features  of this establishment is their wholesale  liquor department, in which will be  found foreign and domestic wines and  liquors," bTah^ieiy"Sc'otch~1and'"Irish*  whiskeys, rum, gin, Bass ale, stout,  etc., besides ia large stock of native  whiskeys and eastern ales and porters.  The facilities this establishment have  for buying, place theni in a position to  simply defy competition. They are  also agents for Schlitz beer and enjoy  a large trade in this line. " \  Patrons will find the managers and  proprietors of the Greenwood Trading  Co. gentlemen of rare business ability,  enterprising, honest and straitfor-  ward in all business transactions, and  ever willing to extend to them every  possible favor consistent with sound  business principles.  Wholesale and Retail Dealers in.Hay, Grain  and Feed���Agent for the Brackmari-Ker  Mills Rolled Oats, Granulated Wheat  ���and Whole Wheat Flour. .  D Among- the many- business houses of  Greenwood, which through hard labor,  energy .and untiring.: industry have  achieved -prominent success, is; the  Greenwood Produce Co. .Mr. G. H.  Cropley, the popular proprietor, handles a complete line of all kinds of produce.and is agent for the Brackman-  Ker Milling Co. This gentleman does  a wholesale and retail business arid his  place is headquarters for; hay, grain,  bran, shorts, chopped feed, rolledVbats,  oat meal, granulated wheat", whole  wheat flour, etc., and in this line this  house carries nothing but the best.  By buying in large quantities .and  shippingin car lots, this gentleman is  in a position to quote prices as low as  the lowest.- Everything leaving the  store is guaranteed to be just as represented. Mr. Cropiey is perfectly responsible, and has built his Jarge arid  increasing business by, honest and  liberal dealings with all. Patrons will  findhim-accomodating and-ever^ready_  to extend to them all the. courtisies of  the business, and to be in a position to  grant as many marke/i favors as any  firm in the city.   Give him a call.  peter Genelle, Pres. John Genelle, Vice-Pres.  J. Poupore, Secretary 1 General Office  Greenwood, B. C. ...-.**  "��� While this is a large lumber producing country, the Yale-Columbia Lumber Co., Ltd., is by odds the largest  producers of rough arid dressed lumber  in this portion of British Columbia.  While their general office is located in  Greenwood, they have mills and yards  at Phoenix, Deadwood City, Eholt No.  1, Eholt No. 2, Long Lake, Rock Creek,  Skylark camp, Nakusp, Robson, Ymir,  Cascade and Rossland. There are few  enterprises that contribute more es-  sentialy to the enterprise of the city  than does the Yale-Columbia Lumber  Co., Ltd. For the manufacture of the  enormous output of this concern it requires alarge force of men in chopping  logging and handling the material  which they are constantly converting  into rough and dressed lumber, and  besides this force they also employ a  large number of men in and around  their different yards. This company  are wholesale and retail dealers in  rough and dressed lumber and all  kinds of building material. The business of this firm is conducted upon  broad and liberal principals and a  management that has built for them a  trade that,is* worthy of their untiring  energy and 'progressive business'  ability. Patrons will find the local  managers' of this company accomodating, sociable and pleasant gentlemen with whom/to transact business,  ever ready to quote prices, in any  quantity, as low as the lowest.  reliable and we have no hesitancy in  recommending our readers who contemplate coming to this section to put  themselves in correspondence with this  gentleman.  BANNERMAN BROS.  THE   LION   BOTTLING   WORKS.  THE   FASHION  T. B. WINNETT'S CARRIAGE WORKS  stock each month, and it would be impossible to estin.ate in collars and cents I ness, andeyer ready to give them his  t he advantages this firm  affords  the j closest personal attention  General Blacksmithlng, Horseshoeing, Carriage  Painting and Taxidermist.  The   above   establishment,     which  forms the headquarters for Mr.  T.  B.  Winnett's     business,    is  worthy    of  special mention iu these columns. This  establishment is provided with  tools,  implements  and 'all   necessary   conveniences for the prompt execution of  all work in.their line. This gentleman  builds carriages and wagons to order  for those who wish a superior quality  of work, and are   prepared   to   do  all  kinds of blacksmithing and repairing  of buggies,, wagons, etc.,  at the most  reasonable   prices.     This   gentleman  makes a- special feature of trim work  which is constructed  together  in the  best possible   and   most   satisfactory  manner.  A specialty is made of horseshoeing of a superior order,   and   this  gentleman is not excelled in this particular branch of his business either in  or out of Greenwood.   He can tell at a  glance the cause and remedy for crip-  j pled feet in horses, and if they proceed  Livery, Feed and Sale Stables, Copper Street.  Cameron Bros., Proprietors.  Since opening- the Fashion for business, the Messrs. Cameron Bros, have  conducted their business with so much  energy, good judgement andperserver-  ing industry, that today they stand at  the head of one of the most complete  livery, feed and sale stables in the  Boundary district, and are noted for  having the best service, the best rigs  and the best teams that can be found  in the country. Their large stables  are well constructed with regard to  safety, ventilation and cleanliness,  and are supplied with all the necessary  conveniences. These gentlemen pay  the strictest attention to horses in their  keeping, and in this respect they air  ways give satisfaction. The Messrs.  Cameron Bros, make a special feature  of taking care of delivery horses, and  boarding by the day, week or month.  A corp of men are constantly employed, and teams or vehicles of whatever  nature desired will be furnished on  short notice.  Cameron Bros, are reliable and most  accommodating gentlemen, thoroughly  conversant with the details of their  large business, and with excellent  judgment in regard to all animals of  the equine order, and possess the confidence and: esteem of everybody  acquainted with them.  Wholesale Dealers in Wines, Ales and Porters.  Manufacturers 'of all Carbonated Drinks.  There is no establishment in Greenwood that it gives us more pleasure to  mention than the above. This establishment is located in the southern  part of the city, anckis supplied with  all the latest improved machinery -and  necessary apparatus forthe making of  a superior quality of all' the ^different  carbonated drinks, including ginger-  ale, sarsaparilla and the different flavored pop. They are also agent for the  celebrated Lion Brewery of Rossland,  and keep constantly ,, in stock a  sufficient quantity of this company's  baer, in both bottles and kegs, to supply all orders on short notice. This  firm have-conducted their business upon such honorable and liberal principals, using- nothing but :the most  wholesome ingredients in the manufacture of tlieir product, that they now  have a trade extending not only over  the entire city but-in all the surrounding towns and villiages, and their  drinks are becoming more celebrated  and popular "with each month's- busi-  nsss. 77. '���-.'���.77-^.'.'  Messrs. McCr eath & Co., the genial  and^ ever accomodating proprietors,  have had. a large experience in this line  of business, and are thoroughly posted, enabling them to place the different  articles of their product on the market  at prices as low as is possible with  high class goods. This firm are also  wholesale dealers in wines, ales aud  porter, and are in a position . to quote  prices and furnish you with as good an  article in'this line as can be oblained  in the district. "Patrons will find  Messrs. McCreath & Co - gentlemen,  ever ready to extend to them all .the  courtesies of the business, and we predict for this establishment a, success  weir worthy of the untiringenergy  which has characterized the management from trie start.    /*y.. .  Dealers in Staple and Fancy.Grocerles���Copper  Street.  '...*''  Among the best patronized groceries  of this city there are none- that enjoy  a more lucrative trade than that'of  Bannerman Bros. -These gentlemen  are located on Copper street in the  heart of the business district in one of  the neatest and well arranged groceries in the city. Heie is to be found  everything kept in the_ grocery and  provision line arid one of, the main  features of this house is that all goods  carried are of the finest and freshest  that the market affords. Nothing*  but the standard and best trade brands  are carried, misrepresenting nothing  in all cases giving patrons their personal attention and making prompt  and.correct deliveries.  There is nothing carried in any first  class grocery that will not be found in*  this place and-'nothing is allowed to  leave the store unless in perfect condition and just as represented, canned  goods, sugar, corTee, green and black  teas direct from the finest tea gardens  of Japan arid the Orient, flour, bottled  and specially prepared delicacies of all  discriptisons, hams, bacon, imported  and domestic fruits, butter, eggs,  cheese, etc. 'One of the chief objects  of this firm is to always supply a  superior class of goods for the least  possible price, and doing buiiness on  the principle that honest, straightforward dealings in all cases is the surest  road to success.  M-   S.   BUTLER.  Dealer in Harness, Saddles, Robes, Blankets.  Bells and Fur Coats.  A review of our leading interests  would be incomplete without a mention  being made of the establishment occupied by Mr. M. S. Butler. Dealers  in and .manufacturer of hand made  harness, saddles, collars, robes, blankets, bits, spurs, girths, hackamo.-es,  chaparojos and a general line of strap,  work. This gentlemau makes a specialty of manufacturing a superior quality of all hand made work. He is . a  skilled mechanic and takes great pride  iu making any special article in his  line to order, for people who - want  somethiug different from the regular  line kept in stock," and. having had  years of experience at the business,  gives thc best of satisfaction in his  line. In addition to the fine and heavy"  harness, etc., he also carries a com- '  plete line of stable and turf goods,  blankets, halters, robes, whips, fur  coats, etc. There is not a more reliable  gentleman in British Columbia with  whom to transact, business than Mr.  .Butler. While he quotes prices as low  as the lowest, he offers the public work  that entitles him to the name of leader  in his line of business. This gentleman is prompt affiF reliable, and has  built his large and increasing business  upon a basis of integrity and honesty,  which has shown from the start that  his place of business was destined to  become one of the solid institutions of  Greenwood.  DAVE RIED  GREENWOOD   TOWNSITE.  City Property Consisting of Both Business and  Residence Unimproved,  In a write up of any town or city one  always expects to. find the townsite  company among the most prominent  representatives, and in this respect the  city of Greenwood is uo exception. The  townsite here is owned by Messis.  Woods & Galloway and thc C. P. R.  Co. Messrs Wood & Galloway are  prominent citizens and business men  and have the future welfare of the city  at heart, and we can assert with assurance that we will not be contradicted  that the business of these gentlemen  are at all times conducted upon honest,  enterprising and liberal principles.  Mr. C. Scott Galloway is the manager for the firm and gives his entire  attention to the management of the  business. They have in almost every  part of the city unimproved lots for  sale, and from the fact of the numerous  improvements going on, the building  of additional smelters, and the fact  that the pay-roll in this district is to be  largely increased, if not doubled,���in a  short* tirpie there is no question but the  opportunity for investment in Green-'  wood real estate is the best offered by  any city in British Columbia- The  town is and will always be' the. commercial centre of the eastern Boundary  district, and[what Denver is to Colorado and Butte is to Montana, Greenwood will be tomaJ-iy. different camps  of this section.  Mr. Galloway, the manager of the  townsite, isl_. very pleasant and accomodating-gentleman, takes great  pains in answering all correspondence  in regard toLthe city or country, and"  the information furnished is always  Successor to H.C. Holden-The Leading House,  Sign and Ornamental Painter and Paper  Hanger.  The leading artists in thcabove line  and the most thoroughly representative  has from their inception been the  above establishment. -        -  Mr. H. C. Holden owing to other  business interests will leave Greenwood about November 15th and Mr.  Dave Reid who has for- some time beep  connected with the company wiil kta)tg  Mr. Holden's interest and conduct the  business alone. From the start this  firm, have been recognized as the most  prominent in the business having developed to a position of great magnitude. The work is that of artistic  sign writing of which a decided  specialty is made, also house plain and  fancy painting, mural decorations,  hardwood finishing,. graining, staining and other interior finishings of  buildings, and having always maintained the very highest standard of  excellence in the various departments  of their professions. Their clientage  is a most extensive one and includes  among its members mauy of our best  and most distinguished citizens. These  gentlemen hold a great name for  fitting up walls and wainscotts and  their beautiful frescouids is much admired both for private residences and  public resorts.  .This fini} al^o carry a large stock pf  wall paper, dadoes, ceiling squares,  ornamental and elegaqt designs in  borders, etc.*Mr. Ried possesses an ur*=-  usual arhount of artistje talent as a  paper hanger, decorator, and ornamen- ^  tal as well as plain painter, is com-  pletly reliable and very expert, and  well merits the extensive patronage  which this -firm have permanently  secured.. .7:  Patrons both old and new will receive the same. courteous and fair  treatment from the new management  that has .always characterized "this  firm's method of doing business.  ,/ BANK OF BRISISH NORTH AMERICA  Established 1836���London Office 3 Clements  s Lane. Lombard St. C E.  Court b�� Directors, J. H. Brodie,  John James Carter, Gosfard Farrer,  Richard H. Glyn, Henry I. R. Farrer,  Ed Arthur Hoare, H. J. B. Kendall, J.  J. Kingsfdrd, Fred Lubbock and Geo.  D. Whatsman.  -.. Secretary:   A. G. Wallis.  Head Office in Canada, St. James St.  Montreal.  H. Stikemari, general manager.  J. 13l.msley, inspector.  J. Anderson,  manager, Greenwood,  B.C: . '-.  9__  =__!  wBl-a_-<i  Among Lhe live financial institutions  of Canada, "one which the people can  look upon with confidence and pride is  the Bank of British North America. It  is one of the oldest and best known as  well as the most reliable bank in the  country audits career has been a most  successful one, which reflects great  credit upon the sound judgment and  executive ability displayed in its management. The Bank of British North  America has twenty three -branch  banks in Canada, representatives in  London and Liverpool, England, and  agents in all parts of the world, transacts-a general banking business,  receiving upon favorable terms the  accounts of banks and bankers, capiti-  lists, corporations, merchants, manufacturers and individual deposits.  Special attention is {fiven to collections, the bank having a perfect  system of correspondence; deposits are  received upon current accounts and on  special certificates and exchanges are  made on all parts of the globe. The  Bank of British North America was  incorporated by Royal charter with a  paid up capital of $4,866,666, and has a  reserve fund of ��1,581,666. Every  modern system of which banking has  taken advantage is followed and every  possible facility and convenience is  extended to customers. ' Mr. J. Anderson the manager of the Greenwood  branch is widely known and highly  esteemed as au able financier and a'  vigorous exponent of the soundest  principles governing banking. ���  HOTEL   LADYSMITH;  Ola.Lorstad, Prop���Located on Silver Street,  , Greenwood.  Everyboda knows Ola of the Hotel  Ladysmith, and any one who has taken  up their abode in this popular hotel  will give you a kind and pleasant word  for the place. Giving you atall times  the best of accommodation, and for a  reasonable price, this has become one  of the most popular resorts in Greenwood. Mr. Lofstad, the genial and  popular proprietor, spares no pains or  expense'in.making this hotel one of the  _best reasonable' priced houses in Greenwood. Each department is in perfect  condition, the service is polite and  efficient, with the best the market  affords, and the sleeping apartments  are neat and clean. There is in connection with this house, a"well regulated bar, where parties  who wish may  -rind the best of imported wines, liquors  and cigars.  If you visit Greenwood, go "and get  acquainted with Ola. He will treat  yon right. He has been a long time in  thiscountry andean give you all the  information in regards to the place and  surrounding country.   You will   find  ���this gentleman courteous, accommodating and perfectly reliable, ever  willing to extend any favors consistent with good judgment.  THE  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO.,   LTD-  Wholesale  and  Retail General   Merchants-  Copper Street.  Stores   at:       Greenwood,      Grand  Forks, Phoenix and Sandon.  -   James Hunter, president; C. S. Slaw-  son, vice.president;      C.    D.    Hunter  secretary-treasurer.  -A, >T, Ketidrick, manager Greenwood  store.  A commercial history of any of  the above towns where The Hunter-  Ken drick Co., Ltd., are represented  would indeed be incomplete without  particular mention.''of this establishment which is one of the largest mercantile institutions, in the Boundary  district. . This, firm are importers,  wholesale aud retail dealers in general  merchandise and . in their- large and  commodious stores are to be found  every article known to the trade���dry  goods, clothing, boots, shoes, hats,  caps, carpets, hardware, stoves, ranges,  tinware, groceries, provisions, etc.  In the dry goods department will be  found dress goods���all their elegance  from the finest silks- to the more  serviceable fabrics,laces,- embroideries,  muslins, ginghamschenriettas, notions  and novelties of .eyer-y.discription and  a fq.ll line of.-Jadies'. made ' capes,  jackets add costunjes.y In ;..their, carpet  department, will :ber found.-an elegant  assortment of brnssels,;. axmirister and  ingrains, in,.,all the,, latest and most  elabortate* designs.. Carpet squairs  mats, rugs, matting, linoleums, oil-  clothes, etc. In the.clothing arid men's  furnishings department will be found  everything���the latest, up-to-date  tailor, fitting ready*" toiw ear clothing  and all the latest-styles, colors and  shapes���Hats and. .'caps and the most  complete stock of furnishings in the  city.   The boot a nd shoe departihent  contains a full assortment of ladies',  gents' and childrens' shoes in all the  latest styles, both in broad and narrow  toe- "Here is to"be found just the shoe  that suits, direct from the most reliable ana reputable manufacturers of  the-"east. The hardware department  will be found to contain a full line of  stoves, ranges, housefurnishings,build-  ers as Well as miners supplies, cutlery  and the largest stock of shelf hardware to be found in the district, they  also have in Connection a tinsmith  shop where'everything in .the line is  made to order and for sale..       ,. -    *  The grocer}' department will be  found to contain the full line, flour,  sugar, coffee, spices, canned and dried  fruits and vegetables. Hermetically  sealed goods iri tin and glass. The  finest-of specially imported teas, condiment and all table delicacies.' This  establishment being importers, buying  direct and shipping in large quantities  in addition to business connections enjoyed places them in a position, to  simply defy ccrmpetition.and at the  same time to always insure the quality  in all lines to be the best. The  gentlemen who form the Hunter-Ken-  drick company are reliable and enterprising business men whp hp.ve at  heart the welfare of the enlire district  and this popular establishment Is well  worthy of the large patronage it has  always engaged.  Mr. Keudrick the manager of the  company and manager of the Greenwood store is a pleasant gentleman to  transact business with and patrons  will find him sociable, reliable and  courteous, and ever ready to extend to  as many marked favors as any establishment in the Boundary district.  T. M. GULLEY �� CO-  Dealers in General Line of House Furnishings,  Carpets. Etc.-Funeral Directors and Embalmers  In._giving a general description of  Greenwood and its most important  business establishments we wish to  call especial attention to the furniture  house of T. M. Gulley & Co." This  establishment since its embarkation  in business has constantly increased  its business in porportion to the  growth of the city. In their commodious store is to be found everything in  the furniture line and this'establishment is prepared to furnish your house  from garrett to cellar with all the  latest designs and styles at a moment's  notice. Here is %o be fpund ctjina  closets, dining tables, sideboards,  parlor suits, upholstered in damask or  plush; bedroom suits, from the finest  to'the cheapest; easy chairs, rocking  chairs, dining chairs, easels, ornaments and bric-a-brac to adorn the  homes of the most fasfidiqus. This  house also makes a special feature of  picture frames and does an extensive  business in this line. They also carry  a full line of carpets in Brussels an<"  ingrains, linoleums, oil cloths, etc., as  well as a complete stqck of bedding  which will be ��qld a_t the lowest possible prices. Baby carriages and push  carts in endless variety. This house  also has in connection a fully equippe  cabinet shop where all kinds of repairing is promptly attended to as -well  as making a special feature of up  holstering and what is of as much in-,  terest to contemplating purchasers.  Everything in- this establishment is  ssld at bottom prices. Messrs. T. M.  Gulley & Co., are also funeral directors  and embalmers and are prepared to  furnish hearses and to take charge of  funerals and burials and-patrons may  depend upon the service for the utmost  care and most considerate attention.  These gen Mcmen "have business connections _\vhich ejiables_ them to_buy  their stock so that by shipping in car  lots they are in a position to positively  defy competition. Visitors to the  .store will always find the obliging and  ever accommodating proprietors ready  to extend to them every business  courtesy.  CUNNINGHAM   &   ANDERSEN,  Electrical Construction and Supplies ��� Mine  Instalatltfn a Specialty.  The city of Greenwood! is a place in  .which every line of business is efficiently represented. In many iustant-  ances these representative establishments are headquarters from which a  large portion of outside trade is supplied in addition to .the strictly local  requirements. Among the most interesting establishments within the limits  of our prosperous and still growing  city, is the elegantly fitted up electrical supply house of Cunningham &  Andersen, located on Copper streei.  This firm, besides being electrical constructors, carries a full line of electrical supplies, fixtures, moters, dynamos,  etc. They also do house wiring and  dynamo repairirig; are agents for the  celebrated Sunbeam incandesent lamps  acknowledged to be the best on the  market. There is nothing belonging  to the electrical line that is not carried  by this firm. They are personally- expert electricians and make a specialty  bf mine installation, and have been  very successful in constructing electric  lights for different mines which have  erected their own plants.  Messrs. Cunningham & Andersen  are gentlemen of strict integrity in all  their business transactions, arid  patrons will find supplies fromt them  strictly first-class, and in all cases just  a�� represented.  ii��-~*>-_-ti-i_Mm��-q��-w-n��ftu_��-.i  W- M. LAW & CO-  Clothlflsft Gents' Furnishings, boots, Shoes and  Groceries,  In these necessarily brief sketches of  the individual industries we cannot be  expected to enter into minute details  but to present the chief features of the  various houses which in friendly  rivalry are competing for public  patronage. Among these the casual  observer must accord to W. M. Law &  Co,, a prominent position. Their neat  and well - arranged store is fitted up in  an attractive manner, and here is to  be found a complete stock of clothing,  gents'furnishings, boots, shoes and  groceries. In the clothing department  will be found the-full line in every  color, shade and .style that the market  requires for men, youths' and boys.  '��� In the hat, cap and furnishings department are to be had all the latest  shapes and nobby styles in hats and  caps and in furnishing goods every  article worn by gentlemen, shirts,  underwear, hosiery, collars, cuffs, ties,  suspenders, mackinaws, mackintoshes,  gloves, umbrellas, etc.   .        -  In the grocery department will be  found flour, sugar, coffee, the best of  imported teas, canned and dried fruit  and vegetables, pickles, butter, eggs,  cheese and all table delicacies.  This firm buy direct aud are hi a  position to quote prices as low as the  lowest. The principles upon which  this business is conducted is that of  honest dealing, giving full value for  your money and finding its emoluments ip increased sales rather than,  increased profits. Patrons will find  W. M. Law & Co.. the popular proprietors courteous .and obliging and ever  willing to give them their closest  personal attention, furnishing you at  the same time with a superior line of  goods at bottom prices.  THE IMPERIAL HOTEL  The Pioneer Hotel of Greenwood���Graham and  Parry, Proprietors-  For those people who are familiar  with Greenwqod and fyer many hotels  the Imperial needs no introduction l^ut  for the benefit of oiir distant readers  and those contemplating coming to  this city -\ye will say that this is not  only one of the best hotels iu the city  but one of the best in gritjsh Columbia,  The proprietors Qra^a^i <% Parry cire  experienced ' hotgl. people and are  thoroughly posted in the one particular  tact of making you feel at home." The  proprietors of this house first engaged  in the hotel business in Greenwood,  '97, in the building now occupied by  the Clarendqq. Realizing the necessity of having larger and more modern  quarters as well as the many advantages offered by their new location  they in '99 purchased the present site  and comrqenced the erection of a handsome thpee story mqdern Structure,  and Febrvi-iny- this year the present  Imperial was thrown open to the  public. This resort has been popular  from the start and today enjoys one  of the best trades of any hotel iu the  Boundary district.' The office is large,  roomy, well furnisheci and. an ��� old  fashioned open fif-e place adds much to  cheerful appearance and cqmfQrt of  the room. The halls axo wide and  richly furnished. The sleeping rooms  are newly and handsomely furnished,  well ventilated and models of cleanliness and lighted throughout with  electric lights. The dining room is  very attractive and the tables are supplied with all the luxuries the market  affords. There is a handsome bar in  connection where the very best of all  foreign and domestic wines, liquors  and cigars may be had as well as a  fine billiard and club room.  This house is supplied w-^th every  convience. Tphe parlors-are always at  the disposal of the guests and rooms  may be had either singly or en suite.  They also have ample rooms for commercial travellers and we wonld say  that this house caters to none but the  best trade and is frequented by the  best people of the country.  The courteous manners and social  qualities of the proprietors have gained  for them a host of friends throughout  the north west. They make every  effort to please and entertain their  guests, making them at all times well  contented with their lot at the Imperial.  GEM RESTAURANT  An* Lunch Room���Werner.&:-Plttock. Proprietors.  This restaurant and lunch room being the pioneer place of the town has  steadily won its way to public favor  until today it stands iu the front rank.  The location and neat apartments  occupisd are among . the best* devoted  to the business in the city, everything  being fresh and the service' first-class  in every respect. The bill of fare always contains a generous list of tempting substantials and all the delicacies  of the season.. v  A special feature of this-establishment is to serve nothing but the best  and the cuisine cannot be excelled in  Greenwood. Here is severed the  choicest steaks, chops and roasts as  well as all fruits, oysters, etc., iri  season.  The dining room is neat and cozy,  the service is very polite and efficient,  they also run in connection a* first-  class lunch cou'nter where customers''  ,lr*-J>!> ������ ���.-���   n    ���        ii    i--r-- .,  have their choice of the regular dinner  order or short orders.      ,    i  This place was one of the first restaurants opened in this city aud has  been open to the public day and night  since that time. Messrs. Werner and  Pittock the popular proprietors are  ideal gentlemen thoroughly conversant with their constantly increasing  business and patrons will find them  gentlemen with whom it is a pleasure  to transact business and who wil,.  make you feel at home at the Gem.  Give this popular place a call and see  for yourself that we have' in noway  misrepresented it.  RUSSELL HARDWARE CO.  J. L. WHITE  and  Druggist    and    Pharmist���Greenwood  Slocan City.  Special attention is directed in dis-  cril.ing the commercial industries of  the city to the most important and  reputable houses in -he'drug business.  One of the most prominent establishments of the kind in Greenwood is that  of Mr. J. L. White whose neat and well  arranged store is located on Copper  street between Greenwood and Dead-  wood streets.  This gentleman also conducts a  branch drug house at Slocan City  which is under the able management  of Mr. J. A. Anderson, formerally  of Manitoba, who is a registered  pharmist of many years experience.  Mr. White conducted the business at  Slocan City for some twq" years himself before coming to Greenwood, but  for the last two years has given his  attention to the Greenwood store and  has during his business career, built up  a flourishing trade, and gained the confidence qf the public by his indomitable perseverance, integrity fair dealings and close application to business,  with a yiew of the welfare of his  patrqnsi a.s well as his, own interests.  He l*:eeps constantly on hand a complete stock of drugs, proprietory preparations, foreign and domestic chemicals.. They arc pure and fresh and his  stock qf tqilet aqqesgqrjes*, fancy  article^ and druggists sundries will  compare favorable with any iri the province. The proprietors, knowledge and  long pfactica.l experience enable him  to meet all the requirements .of the  trade and profession. The policy upon which this gentleman .conducts his  business is characterized by' liberality  and a careful regard for the interests  of all"his patrons, so tha^ business  relations once begun with him are not  only pleas-ant for the time being but  are of sq satisfactory a nature that  they necessa.r-iiy became permanent  and what jsj more important to the  general public the quality of goods dispensed by this gentleman are" in every  respect the beat and finest. Mr.  White is not only in the enjoyment of  the confidence and esteem of the entire  community but is also in th'e enjoyment of the entire confidence of the  leading medical practitioners,  6. F. WILLIAMS  Dry   Goods,  Ladies   Furniahiajs   and  Millinery.  One of the most important business  hotises of Greenwood and one which it  is a plaasure to mention is that of G.  F. Williams' whose establishment is  centrally located on Copper street. In  this gentleman's neat and well arranged store will be found dry goods,ladies'  furnishings and millinery, he also has  ou hand quite a stock of men's, youths'  and boys' clothing, hats, caps and  men!s furnishinga-wliich-he^is-closing^  oi-t af very low figures to m.ake room  for his large stock in other lines. His  dry goods department is the most com  plete in-the city and here is to be found  dress goods of every variety and dis-  cription from the finest of imported  Silks to Henriettas, Ginghams and the  common prints. A special feature of  this house is ladies ready made waesjc  of every discription. Fine tailor made  suits, jackets and costumes, wraps,  capes, underwear, hosiery, specially  imported novelties and notions. In  fact here is to be found the most complete stock of ready-to-wear ladies'  clothing and furnishings in the Boundary district.  The millinery department is replete  in all its details and consists of a< complete stock of trimmed and untrimmed  hats, bonnets, laces, flowers, feathers,  tips, ribbons and all styles of trimmings. This department is under the  personal management of Miss Irene  lyJcDermott. This lady has had a large  experience in this line, having filled  the position of trimmer in one of the  largest millinery firms in Toronto before coming to this city and has byher  artistic skill and superior taste acquired a reputation in Greenwood second  to none. Their elegant fall and winter  stock is beautifully arranged and consists of an elaborate display of everything of the newest and latest styles  from the leading headquarters of fashion, patrons both old and new will always find Mr. G. F. Williams, the  geniel proprietor accommodating and  ever willing to extend to them a hearty  welcome. The honorable business  methods always pursued by this gentleman will always insure him the same  large-patron age in the future that he  has always enjoyed in the past.  Dealers in Hardy, are. Mining Supplies, Paints,  Oils, Glass, Sash, Doors. Etc.  The hardware dealer occupies with  respect to business the most important  position of any in commerce and it is  essential that with the progress and  prosperity of the surrounding country  there should be a central point or place  ���-here all the articles in the hardware  :ine are within easy reach of the  people. Such an establishment have  we in the Russel Hardware Co., whicli  is one of the most extensive of its kind  in the city. The owners of this establishment are among the best known  business men of Greenwood, and have  had a large and varied experience in  llieir line of business. They have in  their well arranged store ample room  for thc judicious display of their well  assorted stock of heavy and shelf hardware, stoves, ranges, cuttlery, builders  and miners' supplies. They also carry  a large assortment of plumbing goods,  piping, steel and iron."  The Russell Hardware Co.,also carry  a'ful! stock of paints, comprissing  especially mixed paints for hacks, carriages and wagons as well as beautiful  wood stains for furniture and fine interior furnishings.  They also have in connection a well  equipped plant for the manufacturing  of all kinds of tinware for sale and to  order. The large variety of goods carried by this firm affords such selections  that the most exacting and critical  buyers are here satisfied both in goods  and prices. The reputation of this  firm for honorable business transactions and low prices has brought them  a trade such as has not been ;.! '.lined  by any other house of the kind in the  city. .The public have always found  the management of this establishment  capable,, enterprising and reliable and  the proprietors business men who for  energy displayed in advancing the interests of that city which has the gooije,  fortune, to reckon them a'mong its most  substantial business men.  THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN  Wholesale    Liquor    Company,    Limited���R.  Greiger, Manager.  Among the wholesale concerns of  Greenwood none rank higher nor enjoy  a better reputation for straight, forward, honorable, liberal, yet conservative business principles than does  the British Columbian Wholesale  Liquor Co., Ltd. This establishment  carries the best selected stock of  brandies, rye and Scotch whiskeys,  wines,, ale, porter, etc., to be found in  the Boundary district and the large  and increasing trade enjoyed for so  long by this concern is evident that  their business is conducted upon - a.  basis of superior judgement and enterprising and up-to-date management.  Aside from this firms large city trade  they also enjoy a very lucrative bu si  ness from all the surrounding towns  and villages throughout the entire district. This establishment "is, * also  agents for Pabst celebrated Milwaukee  beer and the Calgary beer which is an  acknowledged favorite, and keeps constantly in stock a sufficient quantity  of each to promptly fill all orders  whether in large or small quantities.  They purchase in car lots and .a large  quantity of liquors is constantly stored  in customs and internal revenue bonds,  the public thereby being assured of the  strength and quality of the liquors  handled which are always guaranteed.  Mr. R. Greiger the genial and accommodating manager of this establishment ohas from the start shown  himself to be a man of strict integrity  "iri"*'"*Sll^hi-!jibuiin"ess"ffa^  patrons, will find that their business  relations and dealings with this establishment w'ill -be as agreeable in the  future as they have always been in the  past.  GREENWOOD SASH-DOOR FACTORY  C. W- Stack, Proprietor and Manager.  In writing the commercial history of  Greenwood and her present enterprise,  we find some firms who through honest  dealings, low prices and superior workmanship in all their output, have  steadily gained patronage and rank,  until now they are solid and representative firms in their particulai lines.  One of these is the honorably conducted and well tried business of Mr. C,  W. Stack, proprietor aud manager of  the Greenwood Sash and Door Factory.  This plant was built and opened for  business the first of last March, is supplied with all new machinery and all  the latest improved devices which will  in any way add to the perfecting of  this plant, has been taken advantage  of. This gentleman is prepared to do  all kinds of planing, turning, band  and scroll sawing, moulding and the  making of all house furnishings. He  also fits up stores, makes counters,  office and bar fixtures, and makes a  special feature of stair work, and in  this line is exceedingly expert.  We have no hesitancy in saying that  this is one of the most complete plants  in the Boundary district, and their  prices are reasonable. Patrons will  find Mr. Stack agreeable, pleasant and  a thorough business man, ever ready  to go into details and assist customers  with plans, etc. We would also say  that no finer bar or office fixtures can  be shipped into the city than can be  turned out at  this  factory   by   home  j__iir.rMnflr-r*  labor. This gentleman enjoys a fine  line of business, and he certainly  deserves it. When in need of anything in his line give him a call.  THE   HOTEL   ARMSTRONG.  The Leading Hotel of the Bouhdary District.  Col. I. P. Armstrong, Prop.  One of the most popular hotels in the  North-west in which to take up your  abode is the Armstrong of Greenwood.  This hotel is practically a new building and the furniture and fixtures  throughout is bf the best, and under  the personal management of the popular Col. I. P. Armstrong, has gained  the reputation of being'oiie of the best  hotels in Western Canada, thus rendering it especialy desirable for commercial travellers, pleasure seekers,  tourists and business men. The sleeping apartments are newly furnished,  carefully attended to, cleanly kept,  well ventilated, cheerful and pleasant.  The dining room is very attractive, a  model of neatness and is supplied with  a service that has made this house  popular. The tables are all served with  the best the market affords; meat of  various kinds, fruit and vegetables, all  kinds, of game aud fish in season,  pastry, rich creams, teas, coffees and  numerous delicacies. At the Armstrong the guests may always calculate  on having well cooked meals, as the  cuisine is unsurpassed and unslinting-  ly served, with care and attention.  The house is thoroughly modern,  being steam heated and lighted with  electric lights and furnished with  electric call bells throughout.  There is also in connection with this  popular hotel one of the finest bars and  billiard rooms in the city, and the reputation of this department for the  quality of foreign and domestic wine,  liquors and cigars is unexcelled. *��� The  Armstrong is patronized by the better  class bf people and all speak in the  highest terms of their treatment.  Col. Armstrong, the genial proprietor, is an ideal gentleman, sociable  and and always pleasant, and treats  his guests with courtesy and attention  and is esteemed by the frequenters of  the house. As a host, this gentleman  has proved a success in every sense of  the term, and has built up the name  and fame of this popular resort. 7  SMITH   &   McLEOD.  Saw Mills Located at Enderby-Saw, Planing  and Moulding Mills at Vernon���Dealers in  Sash, Doors. Windows and  Shingles.  Clinton A. S. Atwood, Manager,    -  Greenwood.  A sketch of the   most   enterprising _  establishments of arid doing business  in Greenwood would be incomplete indeed without mention   was   mad��   of  Smith & McLeod.   This popular firm  have saw mill located at Enderby,-and  also planing, saw and moulding mills"  at Vernon.  The location of their, mills  is in the best cedar belt   in  British  Columbia, and for this   reason   their  product is positively unsurpassed. The  supply   is   practically   inexhaustible,  which places.this firm in a position to  not only offer a superior article, but at  prices which positively  defy  competition.     They: manufacture   windows,  sash and doors, as well as all kinds of  inside house furnishings and make  a  specialty of ceSar goods.   They are also prepared to  build  to  order  store  fronts, bar and office furnishings, and  keep constantly in stock a full line of  mouldings, sash,  doors,  shingles and  building material.   This company  are  prepared to fill orders^ either in  large  or small quantities, o*h short notice and  at the lowest pricesv--���-"^'"���   The Greenwood house is under the  management of Mr. Clinton A. S. Atwood, who is an experienced man in  this line, courteous and pleasant to  transact business with, and ever ready  to give patrons his closest persona 1  attention.  THE   B.   C.   HOTEL.  Hagan & Flanagan, Proprietors.  One of the leading hotels in Greenwood is the B. C, wich enjoys a reputation equal to any in the city. This  hotel is located on Government street,  close to Greenwood street, just far  enough out to make it quiet and desirable, yet only one block from the business district. The building is a large  three-story structure, its office and  halls are neatly furnished, the parlor  pleasant and well furnished, thc sleeping rooms are well furnished, well  ventilated, comfortable and lighted  with electric lights. Every department  is in first-class order. The dining  room, of the house is in keeping with  the high standard of excellence' which  attaches to the other departments, being first-class in every particular. Here  not only the subsistencies but the  delicacies of the market are to be  found, and the help in each department  are attentive, polite and obliging.  There is in connection with this house  one of the.best bars in the city, where  is kept at all times a full line of foreign and domestic wines, liquors and  cigars. ii       .   ������  Messrs. Hagan & Flanagan, the  proprietors, are experienced hotel men,  whose courteous manner have gained  for them a host of friends throughout  the entire district. They make every  effort to please and entertain their  guests, making them feel at home and  well contented with their lot at the B.  C. hotel. ���'-���'---  RENDELL   &   CO.  Dealers In  Dry Goods, Boots. Shoes. Hats,  Caps, Furnishings, Clothing, Carpets Linoleums, OU Cloths, Etc.���Ralph Smailes,  Manager,  In any city the general, merchandise  trade occupies an , important position  in its commercial interests and in  Greenwood this is especially true.  Among those firms carrying a full line  of everything worn ,by ladies or  gentlemen the large establishment of  Rendell & Co., rank as leader. The  commodius and thoroughly metropolitan store has a commanding .position  and is arranged with due regard to the  best display of the. immense stock carried for the convenience of both buyer  and seller.' As; for- stock carried it  would be impossible to describe it in  detail, but we can siiriply say it combines the elegance and completeness of  a metropolitan ladies" and gents'  rendezvous. Never in the history of  Rendell & Co., has their stock been so  elegant and elaborate, as for thc fall  and winter of 1900, and the exquisite  assortment cannot be surpassed and  the public show their appreciation by  a most liberal patronage.  In their dry-goods, department the  ladies will find an -excellent line of  dress goods, from the finest silks to  the common points. Tailor made  suits, jackets, caps and costumes,  shirt waists; ready-made skirts, in all  the latest shades, weaves, arid paterns,  choice laces, elegant imported novelties and notions of every discription,  all kinds of hosiery,; underwear,  embroideries,' /.gloves,'.';'" umbrellas,  hankerchiefs,'etc.''"'This firm also does  the largest mail order business in the  city and particular attention is paid to  this departriient..The boot and shoe  department will be fouud to contain  all -the, latest, styles in lacUes',*gents',"  youths', misses, .boys and children's  shoes from the leading and mqst're-  liable factories. -This firm iriakes ,a  special feature' of the celebrated Slater  shoe which has no equal for the price'.  The hat;, cap/and furnishings department is replete; in tjvery particular all  the latest and noby styles in hats and  caps and every article known to the  furnishings trade. The clothing department -contains a., full line of  tailor fitting ready:to-wear up-to-date  clothing for men, youths', boys and  children, the assortment is very com  plete and/the price,S;,are, beyond question;:'- ������':���>,- ������ :���: /..;...-..���._ -; .-���'..,' . .77. .���'���  This establishment are also large  dealers in carpets, ..and .in this depart  ment-will be found a full line of brus  sels, tapestry,, axmirister, rniilton" and  ingrains, carpet and art.squares;, floor  mats and rugs,. Evary: variety of  linoleums, oil cloths,, etc. All goods  are entirely new7fbr: their large nnd  extensive demands having been purchased direct from the original manufacturers and importers and in large  quantities which enables this firm to:  offer goods at better bargains than can.  be ��� obtained '-from., smaller dealers/  Messrs. Rendell/ &; Co.,, will make a  special aim to. supply the market for  the coming- season with the largest'and  most complete stock in their line that  has ever been seen in Greenwood, and  it will be to the interest of all to call  early*  .   .      ".. ) ..'-. -���-,'-  We will but say in conclusion that  the business is under the personal,  management of. Mr. Ralph Smailes.  and patrons .will > find this gentleman  one of- push, and energy, ever alive to  the interests, of the firm he so ably,  relpfeseWs^^  irig and tfeady to extend to them as  hiany marked advantages as is con-  ' sistent with sound business principles.  TILSLEY & BISHOP  Sanitary Engineers.   Plumbing,   Heating and  / AYentiiatlng."' ;  /...."���'  The fast growing popularity of the  aboye establishment has brought it  most conspicuously before the general  public and we therefore think it our  duty to make a brief statement in its  behalf. The superior manner in  which Messrs. Tilsley and Bishop the  geniel proprietors have conducted  their business and served the public  has gained for them a wide and enviable reputation in Greenwood, and  throughout the surrounding country  for the superior class of goods handled  as well as the skill and promptness  shown in all work performed and as  most reliable dealers.  This firm are sanitary engineers  and Mr. Tilsley of the firm is city  sanitary inspector. They dp all kinds  of plumbing, heating and ventilating,  construct and repair water works,  place in position and furnish hydraulic  rams, air compressors, cut and thread  pipes from an eighth to six inches in  diameter, furnish all kinds of pipes  arid do all kinds of fittings, handle aud  set up force and lift pumps, carry in  stock plumbing fixtures, beer pumps,  steam and hot .water boilers, bath tubs,  etc. Thay also do steam heating iind  have*just completed putting in a steam  heating plant' at'/the Granby house,  Phoenix, and are now erecting'' a  plumbing and hot water system in the  Naden-Flood building-in this city.  This place is supplied with all the  necessary machinery for the carrying  on of their business, and all orders are  filled with care and promptness.  There is nothing pertaining to their  line that is not either carried in stock  or   made   to   order, their charges  are  reasonable.  These gentlemen have had years of  experience in their line of business  and thoroughly.uuderstand.it in every  particular and patrons will rind them  liberal, enterprising and ever willing  to aid customers in planning or estimating contracts. They are sociable  and pleasant to transact business with  arid never fail to give satisfactiou-  HOTEL   NORDEN,  Copper Street, Greenwood, Nelson, & Sater,  Proprietors.  There is no one thing more important to the new conier or vistor than the  hotel accommodations of the town, and  in, this respect Greenwood is: very  fortunate. The Hotel Norden is one of  the;best moderate priced houses in the  city, and has a reputation extending  oyer the entire Boundary district.  Everything about thc house is in keeping. The sleeping rooms are comfortable, and every department of the  house is supplied with all necessary  conveniences for thc welfare of their  guests. The tables are supplied with  all the market affords, fruit, fish and  game in season, and the cuisine is unsurpassed. The help in each department are attentive and polite. Messrs.  Nelson & Sater are experienced hotel  men, and patrons of this place will find  these gentlemen, sociable, ana ever  ready to extend any favors that will in  any way add' to the comfort of their  guests. We have no hesitency in rec-  commending this popular resort to the  public in general, knowing thai all  will be contented and well satisfied  with their lot at the Norden. There is  also in connection, one of the. finest  bars in the city, where all the finest of  in-ported and domestic wines, liquors  and'cigars may be obtained.  ���-..���:';���:.'   GEO.   E;   MILLARS  BEALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST CO,  Photographic Art Studio, Situated on Copper  ; 7 , ., Street, Greenwood.  ; No branch of business has been more  rapidly and scientifically developed  than that of the photographer. It has  called to its cause the most skilled and  careful inventions of art. The result  is lightening work, perfecfresults, and  the expenditure by the people of $75,-  Q00'.600-'-.tri-iually . for photographic  work. ������" Prominent among those who  have given -careful study to .the work  ' arid provided the most modern appliances to furthertheir success, with the  irribst satisfactory results, is the effic-  ; ient ariist who /forms the, subj ect of  ithis Sketch.  Mr. Geo. E. Millar's work speaks for  his ability* :in the highest terms of  praise, while his prices for the finest  work are the lowest. This gentleman  uses the instantaneous process, which  enables him to take babies' pictures in  the twinkling of a eye. ; While Mr.  Millar makes a-specialty. of portrait  woik, he also does outside arid scenery  pictures. Those who visit this studio  "will see ari elegant display of fine  work which'this popular artist is turning out every day; and.meet an agreeable arid pleasant gentleman, who can  "give you the best of satisfaction. In  con'clUsidii; we will but say it will be  to' tiie'advantage of: all to patronize  this'stad'ib, as Mr. Millar is an artist  and i gentleman in the strongest sense  of the term. '���/.'���"  '.������J-.-.-L.   SMITH   &   COMPANY,  Successors to.McMHtan & Co.���Dealers in Groceries, Gents' Furnishings, Etc.  ^^Ill a^tevjewcompiled not only for the  purpose of attractihg"public attention  to the impoitance of Greenwood as a  commercial and mining centre, but to  partially describe the most important  business establishments of the city, we  find.some firms, who for straightforward, honorable, enterprising and  liberal business transactions, are  worthy of more than a passing notice  in these columns. Such an establishment is J. L. Smith & Go's., located on  Copper street, and dealers in groceries,  gents' furnishings, boots, shoes, hats,  caps.and rubber goods. This house  has by honest dealings and a thorough  understanding of their business, and  the wants of their customers, built for  themselves a trade second to none in  their line. Their stock is replete in  each department. In groceries are to  be found a full line of sugar, coffee,  teas, spices, condiments, dried and  canned fruit and vegetables, specially  prepared bottled good of every description, and all table delicacies, flour,  hams, lard, fruit, butter, eggs, cheese  and produce. The boot and choc- department, including rubber goods, will  be found to contain every requirement  of the market, in all styles, shapes and  prices. In hats and caps there is all  the latest styles and nobby shapes, as  well as the more common and cheaper  grades, and when it comes to furnishings, the stock comprises every article  worn by gentlemen, including every  variety of pants patterns, overalls,  jumpers, mackinaws, mackintoshes etc  This popular firm have facilities for  buying that are enjoyed by but few  firms in the west, and are in a position  to quote prices that will be a sure guarantee of your trade. Patrons will find  the proprietors, Messrs. J. L. Smith &  Co., sociable, courteous business men,  ever willing to give you every care aud  attention in showing you through their  stock, quoting bottom prices and extending to you every business courtesy.  Offices at Rosslanl and Greenwood���Geo. R.  Naden, Manager at Greenwood,  Directors: R. J. Bealey, President;  G. W. Richardson, Vice-President and  John Elliott.  Geo. R. Naden, manager, Greenwood, B. C.  Dealers in mines and mining stocks,  real estate, insurance,, loans, conveyancing, exchange, notary public anc  general financial agents.  . Local agents : Canadian Birkbeck  Investment and savings Co.  and thoroughly understands the lime  business in every sense of the term.  Patrons will find him. sociable, courteous, and-ever giving his closest personal attention to all customers.  DR.   H.   S.  The   Popular  SIMMONS,  Dentist, T Copper  THE CLARENDON.  The management of an investment  and'trust company requires as much  marked ability, promptness in action^,  keen perception and conservative  judgement as any business transacted  in Greenwood. Mr. Geo. R. Naden,  manager of the Bealey Investment &  Trust Co., Ltd., of Greenwood, is in an  eminent degree possessed of - these  qualifications, and is also an excellent  judge of mines, mining stocks and real  estate, which has won for this company the confidence of capitalists and  property owners. In a; review to be  circulated largely in and outside of  the city, and designed to call attention  to Greenwood as a mining and commercial centre, we take great pl.asiye  in giving a brief mention of this well,  known and popular company.  The Bealey Investment & Trust Co.,  Ltd., since their inception, have characterized all their "business transactions by honest and fair dealings,* and  with such a business policy have built  up a large and lucrative trade. This  firm buy and sell mines and mining  stocks, make investments, pay taxes,  collect rents, procure loans, and transact a general financial busines^, with  marked ability and promptness. This  ���company, as brokers, not only make  loans for those who waut money, but are  prepared to make loans and procure  good investments for those who wish  to place their money to an advantage.  As insurance agents, they represent  such'companies as the Phoenix Fire  Assurance Co., of London, England;  Western Assurance Co., of Toronto;  British American Assurance Co., of  Toronto; Liverpool and London and  Globe Assurance Co,, of London, England, which are acknowledged among  the staunchest companies of the world  The Bealey Investment & Trust Co.,  Ltd.*, are largely interested iu mines,  as well as other properties, and have'  tor sale some considerable improved,  and unimproved city property, both in  business and residence, some of which  can be bought at bargaius.  We do not propose to utter fulsorhe  compliments, but will say that this is  cieof the most reliable investment  and trust companies, as well as financial agencies in the north-west. Their  charges are light and their methods  unsurpassed, for the competent and  reliable management of important and  responsible matters of that nature.  This company, at the present time.j  have some particularly well located]  miuing properties that can he bought  at bargainsf Parties interested will del  well to investigate early. They are,  also agents for the Canadian Birkbeck  Investment & Savings Co., of Toronto,  and Mr, Geo. R. Naden fills the position of secretary-treasurer for the resident advisory board of this company.  In conclusion, we will but say that the  management of this company is at  once liberal, enterprising and honorable, and patrons will find the manager, Mr. Naden, a pleasant and accommodating gentleman, ever ready to  extend to them every courtesy of the  business, For any informatlrn in regard to opportunities for investment  in the Boundary district, you are invited to correspond with this company.  SNOWFLAKE LIME  W- E     COMPANY,  Medlll. Manager-Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Lime,  Of the riiany industries that are not  exactly in the city of Greenwood, but  whose business is transacted .in and  through the city, we wish to call particular attention to the Snowflake Lime  Co. This firm positively make the only  white lime produced in this district. It  is perfectly pure, and for that reason in  superior to common lime for plastering,  and the making of mortar, etc. This  company's product is specially adapted  for fluxing, and they are now supplying most all of the mines aud smelters  in and around this city. They are now  running two kilns, and are building a  large draw kiln, which will have ,a  capacity of 125 barrels per day, which  will give to tl is company a capacity of  something over 200 barrels per day,  when this kiln is completed. This  company is very fortunate in their  location, as they have positively the  best material in this country to manufacture from, and have an enormous  body of rock to draw from, which insures for,.them sufficient first-class  material to run them for years. Their  trade is constantly on the increase, and  this company is necessarily, owing to  location, material and their long experience arid thorough knowledge of  the business, bound to become an important factor in the commercial interests of Greenwood. They do both a  wholesale and retail business/and are  prepared to fill all orders,' either- for  large or small quantities, ori the shortest notice. Mr. W. E- Medill, the manager, is a thouough business man, and  Greenwood  Street.  There is-no .profession in. existence  hat is more useful for the good appearance, and well being of mortals,  than that of the dentist. As much care  and attention should, be pa.id to the  teeth as any other part of the human  body. If not for health's sake, < they  should be attended.to for the fact that  no other thing so detracts from the  beauty, of man or woman as bad as decaying teeth, and there is hardly one  person in a hundred who can boast of  a perfect set. . To keep them in perfect  order, a visit should be paid to an experienced dentist at least twice a year,  if not.oftener, and to no other gentle-  mau in the profession can we more  wi1lingly recommend our readers than  to Dr. H. S. Simmons, whose dental  parlors are convicntly, located over  Rendell's store, on Copper street.  This is one of the best appointed  dental parjprs in the district, the proprietor of which is pre-eminent in his  profession, and has had an extensive  practice of many years to rely upon.  In the making/of artificial teeth, and  the filling of decayed or broken ones,  the doctor has become proficient, and  consequently has a extensive practice.  Gold and porcelein crowns; bridge  work, new metal and aluminum plate,  all of which is inserted by the latest  and most improved methods. A specialty is made of gold fillings and bridge  work, at which the doctor is very expert. Patrons will find Dr. Simmons'  to be a courteous gentleman, and a  pleasant one to do business with.  H.   A,   KING   &  CO.  Wholesale Dealers In Cigars and Retail Dealers  In Stationery. .    \  Centrally located on Copper street  will be found one of the neatest and  best stocked stationery and cigar stores  iu Greenwood. This place is conducted  by Messrs. H. A. King & Co., and here  is to be found everything in the stationery and tobacco line, all the standard works in fiction and history, by the  most celebrated author,* from the'finest  morocco binding to the common paper  -covers, all the latest periodicals' newspapers, etc. These gentlemen ^also  take subscriptions for any magazine  or paper published in the world. They  ���are also agents for the Spokesman-  Review, and carrya full line of fancy  goods, office supplies and a general  stationery line. They also haVe in  connection, one of the finest stocks of  foreign and domestic cigars, -which  they are prepared to quote at very close  prices at wholesale, also chewing and  smoking tobaccos, pipes, cigar cases  and holders, tobacco pouches and all  smoker's sundries, to be found in the  Boundary district. These gentleman'  have had years of experience'in ' this  line of business, and take great' pains  in assisting customers in -making  selections of something to read, -Their  is no article known to their line that  will not be found in this well regulated  store.  Patrons will find Messrs. H. A. King  & Co. accommodating, sociable and  reliable in all business transactions,  ever looking out for the best interests  of their constantly increasing trade.  ��� M.   E.   FRAZEE,  Dealers In Groceries, Confectionery, and With  Bakery in Contrettlon.  As a representative ot our reliable  and prosperous mercantile establishments, the grocery, confectionery and  bakery conducted by M. E. Frazee,  calls for special recognition in these  columns. , Occupying commodious  quarters on the .corner of Deadwood  and Government streets, where is kept  constantly on hand a full and carefully  selected stock of choice groceries; both  staple and fancy, teas, coffees, spices  and sugars, every variety of green and  dried fruits, canned goods in all their  luscious elegance, hermetically sealed  goods in glasB, condiments and table  delicacies of -every notable brand.  They also carry a full line of confectionery, which is pure and fresh; and  from the most reputable manufacturers. There is in connection one of the  . ���>--���.  best bakerieB in the city, and a specialty is made of bread stuffs, baked  fresh each day. They are expert fancy  cake bakers, and are at all' times prepared to cater for banquets, balls parties and weddings, also hotels'.: restaurants and private families and at most  reasonable prices. The customers of  this house readily appreciate the advantage of dealing with a establishment whose representations may always be relied upon, and'whoBe efforts  are constantly directed to securing the  best" goods at the moat reasonable  prices. Mr. M. E. Frazee is a wideawake and progressive business man,  who will keep pace with the city in  which he llyes, guarding ���'���well I the  interests of his patrons, giving them  goods of a superior quality at the lowest prices. He is prompt and reliable,'  and has built his large and increasing  business upon a basis of. integrity and  honesty, without which no business is  an ultimate success,; "      -  Hotel and Cafe���Mrs. E. Dowding, Prop.���Corner Greenwood and Copper Street,.  One of the leading hotels of Green-  wrood is the Clarendon, which enjoys, a  reputation equal to that of any in the  Boundary district' This house is now  under the. personal management of:  Mrs.;. E.: Dowding, the proprietress,  (late of the Lancashire, house of Mid--  way) arid has been entirely refitted and  refurnished throughout and' put in  excellent condition. The building is a  handsorne-' three story structure,  throughly modern, steam heated, arid  lighted with electric lights throughout.  The dining "room or cafe .is neatly  furnished, cozy, and exceeding attractive and home-like. The meals  are without* doubt the best served in  the city; The dinners served* in English -style would do^ credit to the most  fashionable resorts of the east -. This  popular place' has for its guests some  of the most prominent business men of  the city and - is -patronized exclusively.  by the best class of people. ; Its location ou the' corner." of Greenwood and  Coppe.r streets ih-the heart of the business district, making it especially desirable for commercial men',-tourists,  pleasure seekers, travellers and busi  riess men. -The sleeping apartments  are well furnished,- well ventilated and  models of ^cleanliness. The proprietress  of this house is an experienced hotel,  lady whose social qualities 7and courteous manners- have gamed, for, her a  wide-spread reputation throughout this  section. She takes every pains to  please and entertain her, guests and  has lhat happy faculty of making  them feel at home and well contented  at the Clarendon., ,  When in 'Greenwood give this place  a trial. .-> <    , 7'  laundries fail to get. There is never  too much bluing or too little starch,  and the finish is unexcelled. All orders  are promptly gathered, and delivery is -  always made exactly when��promised.  The proprietor, Mr. W. J. Snodgrass,  and the manager, Mr. W. F. Snodgrass, are accommodating gentlemen,  arid patrons may always depend upon  the best of seryice. This laundry,  guarantees to give "satisfaction inv all  cases. They employ quite a force bf  help, and the superior management of  this plant is thoroughly appreciated by  the Greenwood public, as is 'attested  by their large trade. We have"-no  hesitency in recommending our readers  to give this place a trial, and can assure you perfect satisfaction in every  sense of the word.  THE   ELKHORN   BREWERY.  CAMERON   &   PALMER  General Blacksmlthing, Wood Work and Horse  .Shoeing.  The above named gentlemen attend  to general blacksm.thing. , jobbing,  forging and to the repairing of carriages, buggies, wagons, sleds, etc.  A specialty however is made of horseshoeing and we have known men who  have been years at the business and  could _not be depended upon to do it  either safely or well. .  - These gentlemen have had instructions that<has given thems expert knowledge of the diseased condition of  horses "feet and which enables them to  give the most complete satisfaction' in  the shoeing of horses afflicted with  corns, contractions, quartet*- cracks and  interfering.' They use none but'the  best shoes and nails and give, the  greatest care and attention to every  detail of their work and as excellent  men to employ we* cordially commend  triem to all horse owners who want a  fair equivalent for'their money. They  are expett mechanics in the other lines  of "their business as well and do all  kinds of wood work which is constructed in workmanlike manner and for  reasonable prices.   ���   "*   -T- ,   '  WINDSOR PHARMACY  G. F.  Craig, Proprietor���Keglsteered   Pharmacist and Dealer ln Drugs, Medicines and '  Druggist Sundries.  Each business in every town or community is of more or less importance  in its particular line. But to the public  at large there is no business of more  importance than is that of the druggist  aud pharmist, On their ability and  skill rests the success of the physician  as well as the health of the entire com-  "munity." Of the different-druggists in  the Boundary district there are none  that rank higher in their profession as  a skilled and competent pharmi$t  than  does*Mr.' .G.^F.   Craig. ..This'  "*    -v * ^*.l^   *    I  gentleman < (carries a complete line of  proprietory preparations and medicines, chemicals, drugs, etc., and  everything is pure and fresh. He also  carries a large stock, of toilet accessories and those many articles designated as druggist sundries, ,  ��� This store is located on Copper street  in the Windsor hotel building and is  one of the neatest and best arranged  stores in the district. Particular attention is paid to the perscription department which is under the personal  supervision of Mr. Craig.., We can  with confidence reconimend tjiis  gentleman to our readers as a conscientious careful and reliable business  man whois in the enjoyment of the confidence of the leading practitioners of  the city. Patrons will find this  gentlemen ever ready to extend to  them every business accommodation  and at all times to give them his  closest personal attention. .".7  THE GREENWOOD STEAM LAUNDRY  Portman & Portman, Proprietors, Greenwood.  .   In giving sketches of the' represent-.  atiye business establishments of Greep>< *:  wood, ia connection with thc business  history of the city, it'Would ill become  this work to not give to  the  Elkhorn  Brewery more than a passing notice.  It is located in the northern part of the ~  city, and is  supplied  with   the moat,  complete and latest improved machinery for the brewing of the best qualij'^r  of beer,'which is considered by all who  have tried it, to be equal, if not suRer-:  ior, to any beer made in Western. Can-t  ada; being recognized for the its/'riChS-..  ness of flavor and purity of; quality^  arid will always be found-to be np/*-,*0  the standard.   This house has always  held  a prominent place  among  ihe  brewers of the   northwest,   and  with  such a reputation it is no surprise that  t has < always  been   a  favorite  one.  This establishment does an extensive  bpsiness,.and their trade,-extends over  a' lirge portion   of   the ,^urroundifig~  country besides their large city trade.  The history of this   enterprise   is  an  illustration of what can be accomplished by enterprise, activity and liberality, and it reflects great credit on the  proprietors, Messrs-Pdttruan & Port-'  man, who are  gfet-.i^ihen of   intelii-'  gence  and  .progression,    possessing  sound business judjfniebt.and natural  business talent, so that this establishment could .not   be  otherwise  popular ___l_k_-_   PIONEER   HOTEL. ,. ,���,.-"  '' '-������     ��� -���,-%   .-  Comer p_ government and'Grtenwood Streets,  ,      .   , J. W. Nrtson.'Proprietor. -       -�����**-  *��� *_-��� t- J , * , -  j --Among the many hotels  of  Greefa-  woojl, and some of, them are aboVe -Ih'e';  average,   there  id 'not  a" reasbn-tble \  priced house in the city that enjoys' a '  higher reputation  than   the  Pioneer!  hotel, located on the corner of -Green-  wood.and Government streets/and conducted by Mr. J. wi .Nelson.   Th'ia'-s"  one of the pioneer  houses of  Green-1  wood..    This  popular  hotel11 is" well,  furnished throughout, the office, Halls, J  dining and sleeping rooms being large,*!  roomy, well ventilated, cleanly kept^P  and well attended to.   The table is at j  all times supplied with   the best  thel]  market affords���fish,, game add fruit I  in season. The l^littngls' heated wrth|B  a hot air furnace, and lighted through-,j  out with electric lights.   There is inil  counection,   a    well    regula*ted"' bar,\f  where allkirids of foreign, and domes-:  tic wines, liquors and cigars  may 'bej  had; there is also an elegant pool andjj  billiard room, and every modern ccfth  venience.  Mr. Nelson has  than  *��i**--_  had  a  number  oil  years experience in the hotel business.  Orders'P-omptly Gathered and/Delivered���W.  J. Snodgrass. Prop.  A sketch of the most enterprising  establishments of Greenwood would  indeed be incomplete without mention,  was made of the. Greenwood Steam  LaundryV This establishment is one  of the best equipped lau'ridries in the  north-west,being supplied with: allthe  latest improved and modern machinery  for the turning out of all classes of thie  best work. The managers of .this  laundry have had an extensive experience in: the lauridry business, .and  thoroughly understand .the required,  process to give their .product- ��ie su-  serb color and gloss-which .so  many,  and as a host is a decided success. The  help in each department are polite and,  efficient, and spare no pains in assist-'  ing the^ popular proprietor to makt|  each and every guest perfectly^at!  home. We have no. hesitency in rec-  commending this popular resort -a_j  ���well worthy of your.gatj-qnage. When*  in Greenwood give..them a -trial and  see for yourself that -we have in nc,)  way misrepresented them;   , '  '  B. L. WOOD, WERCHANyTAILOR, j  Elegant Pall and Winter Stock of Sultlais/  Pants Patterns and Overcoat Materials. .'  Prominent among the, most populai/  and reliable gentlemen devoted to fine  merchant tailoring, is that of, Mr. B'��  L- Wood, whose premises are centrally-'  located on Government street.   Thii;-  gentleman has long since.been regarded as the leader in Greenwood, and a?-  the  gentleman   brings  to  bear   the  widest rapge of practical experiencejt  coiip.ei. with-^g bgs* pf fagjlities ^nfl;  influential businesi. cppnectfpps,. Ppi  keeps in stock tlie choicest. newty lm*J  ported arid domestic cloths and  suit.;  Ings, including woolens of all weights;1,  cashrrieres, diagonals, worsted tweeds/,  and suitings in all the- latest fall, and?,1  winter patterns.-shades and textures^/,  and the result Is' tifatHhe most' f astid- '  eous can here find fabrics to suit them,  Mr. Wood is a master of his profession,-u  noted as a tasteful designer, ensur-i/  ing an accurate, perfect" fit, and finish j  pf honest, and superior workntanship, i'  Every garment leaving this establish- //  ment is perfect^and tlie best proof of i'j!  his ability is shown/by-the pe^manenti;  retention of the patronage of-many���-,of j|  the  most prominent    and ; wealthy ji]  citizens of Greenwood and surrouhding'.;  towns.   He is now driven -with orders iii  from the best classes  of  Mr, Wood is ever in: the {van  ress  .(>_  the  public.Ji!  t--- _.- -T..-_.vvin;;pf;-ptiog-.|i  alive to fhe best interests of his 3!|  numerous patrons, arid achieving an ?)if  enviable  trade.  reputation   throughout   thei}

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