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Published in the Interests of the Boundary and Christina Lake   Mining Districts
Vol. III.
CASCADE, B. a, DECEMBER 8, 1900.
We do Business in Grand Forks.
White Bros.,
Bbidqe Stbkw,   GRAND KORKS
Watch repairing 11 specialty.
|3P" l.ruvo ymir ropnirlny onlora at tills ofllri
Drugs and Stationery.
Wo carry an up-to-dato
and complete stook.
H. B. Woodland & Co.
When Shopping
in Grand Forks don't forget
Druggists and Stationers.
W. E. legaw,
General Merchant
Mlikrs ti Spt'Hnlty Flllu
Flsliur Block, (IRANI) PORKS.
City Barbershop
Everything iieut, clean and  convenient, and
worknitiiiship llm best.
Robert Prebilsky,
Mrs. M. F. Cross,
First Ave.,      Gkand Fours.
Rooms 50c nnd up.
k|-i        1    Or rutliur, your old boots
'   Nflfll      repairing, or would you
I1 iTil       prefer somuthiiitrnew���
1 l/vlJ      made to order *  Anyhow, cull nn
Wm. Dinsmore,
Store, ..
W. M. WOLVERTON, Manager.
The Store for Best Goods
Lowest Prices	
Christmas is Coming,
So is the Christmas Dinner,
And you will want all sorts delicacies for your pies,
puddings, stuffed fowl, etc., and for your Christinas
Tree.   Just come and see what we have.
To enumerate a few articles such as :
Candies, Nuts,
Rasins. Currents,
Fresh Ranch Eggs.
Hazelwood Butter,
Also, Fresh Fruits and Vegetables.
Bnrnt Basin and Christina Lake Claims Are
Making Splendid Showings.
Richard   Darrow   nnd    George
Moore ure down from tlie Hurnt
Kntiin where they have heen working on tlie Tin Cup claim. A good
cabin has Inert erected on the property, a shaft haa been sunk on the
lead near Ihe center of tlie claim to
a depth of 30 feet, and a crosscut
I run near the west end. On the
claim adjoining nn the west a shaft
about 20 feet, making work sufli-
cieut to prove tlie continuity and
permanency of the lead.
The Tin Cup claim was recently
taken over by New York capitalists
who organized the Tin Cup Mining
and Smelting Co., (incorporated),
and who have made provisions for
continuing the work of development. Dick says the work done so
far ia more preliminary than anything else, but the property is more
promising than ever and tbat if
the property does not make a mine
he wants to go out of the business,
From the numerous repnrts of
strikes and sales about the Hurnt
Basin, Norway Mountain and
Christina sections it is very apparent lively times are in store for this
locality the coming season.
The greatest difficulty in a new
mining camp is tbe primary enlistment of capital to open the first
clnini". The reefltrt sales of the
Mother Lode, Cooper group and
Bonanza to men of such acknowledged mining ability as S. W,
Hall, manager of the Center Star
of Rossland and tbe Jackson
brothers, the flotation of the John
Bull, and Mystery, and now the
sale of the Tin Cup to New York
capitalists together with the many
smaller deals, are an evidence that
this initiative period is now passing and gives promise of great activity for 1901. As the results
of the limited amount of work thus
far done have proved very satisfactory, and the ores discovered are of
a high grade, now that the experimental stage has passed, capital is
picking up tlie better properties.
In such a vast and rich mineral
country as the Kootenays and
Boundary districts, each section
with its own peculiar merit, it is
perhaps presumptuous to claim one
to be better than the others, but it
surely does not take a very far-
sighted individual to sec that the
Burnt Basin and Christina Lake
sections are destined to lie classed
with the best of all.
Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Canned Goods a Specialty.
Gents Furnishing Goods,
And everything else usually found in a well-stocked store.
Fresh Supplies Constantly Arriving.
Turkey Will Build a War Ship.
Hassan Pasha, Ottoman minister of marine and General Williams, representing the Cramp ship
huilding company of Philadelphia,
have signed a canlract for the construction of a cruiser for the Ottoman navy. The price is to be
��350,000 which includes ��23,000
as indemnity to the United States
for losses sustained by Americans
during the Armenian massacres.
ping ore to its mill which was completed only a few weeks ago.
To Raise the Battleship Maine,
Lieutenant Commander Lucien
Young, U. S, N., captain of the port
of Havana, is busy with preliminary arrangements for ridding that
harbor of the United Statee battleship Maine, blown up by the Span
iards shortly before the war with
the hidalgoes. No explosives are
to be used, and the work must be
finished by April 1.
The Chaplean groupe of mines,
near Slocan City owned by Chaplain Consolidated Gold mining
company, with head offices at London and Paris, tlie purchase price
being $30,000, has commenced ship-
The Kettle River Valley Project Not a Dead
A correspondent of the Spokesman-Review, writing from Vancouver recently says : Hon. Clifford
Sifton was here a few days ago and
he told the electors that when he
returned to Ottawa he would immediately urge upon bis colleagues
the necessity, of doing all possible
to aid in providing railway communication by a direct route from
Vancouver to Grand Forks and
Greenwood. The men who are
trying to get this line built are
McKenzie and Mann, the Toronto
millionaires, and they, it is stated,
will act. in conjunction with the
Great Northern railway. In fact
their confidential man, Lewis Lukes,
spent a considerable time in Spokane while the Great Northern was
negotiating for the charter for the
Kettle River Valley railway wbicl
it recently secured depite, it is al
leged, the strong opposition of the
Canadian Pacific railway.
Lewis Lukes seem., lobe working
hand and glove with the Great
Northern men nn the coast on what
it is thought will be a gigantic
scheme to open up and develop
southern British Columbia from
Grand Forks to Vancouver. The
charter which the Great Northern,
in conjuction with McKenzie and
Mann, will use to effect this, will
probably be what is known as the
Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern
railway charter. That franchise
was granted some years ago, and
by some people is declared to have
lapsed. But the Great Northern
and McKenzie and Mann can he
trusted to look after that.
Ill tbe meantime there is a vast
amount, of speculation heard on
the coast us to this latest reported
railway combination, but there is
remarkably little fact to build a
reliable story upon. At all events
the matter can have but little if
nny effect at present in the sections
interested, except, perhaps in buoy
up hope. Of course there is tlie
usual satisfaction expressed at the
straightforward statement made by
Minister of the Interior Sifton as to
the railway, and naturally enough
the minister said that his declaration was not intended to be an ante-election promise. No one believed
him, but that is not at all material. The fact to he remembered is
that Jim Hill, having secured the
Republic franchise and having a
road to Nelson, is now apparently
willing to enter into a still larger
contest with the Canadian Pacific
railway for the British Columbia
Tbe registered vote of the island
of Hawaii isonly 11,000.
Control of Dominion Copper Company Passes
Into the Hands ot a New York Syndicate.
Apparently there are to be in the
Boundary country two great railway and mining companies. McKenzie & Mann, the prominent
railway contractors, backed by Toronto capital, operating jointly
with the Great Northern, will try
to put through a railway line from
Republic to Marcus by way of Cascade, and also one from Grand
Forks to Vancouver.
It is reported that a big deal lias
been closed hy James Breen, representing himself nnd n New York
syndicate, whereby he secures the
control of tbe 5,000,000 shares of
the Dominion Copper company.
The owners of the Dominion
Copper were Mckenzie and Mann.
the prominent Canadian railway
contractors; Hon. (i. A. Cox of Toronto, .1. Boss, a mining mnn of
Spokane; Robert .luffrev of Toronto, Hugh Sutherland of Winnipeg,
A.J. Roberts of Spokane ami U'.T.
Smith of Greenwood.
It is understood that the new
parties in control will at once beciri
active development and that a smelter will be built to smelt the ores.
It is said that some point on the
Kettle river will he selected as a
site for the smelter. The idea seems
to be to use the ores of the Republic
with the Boundary, as they together produce a perfect self-fluxing
product. The properties owned by
the Dominion Copper company consist of tbe Brooklyn, Stemwinder,
Idaho, Standard and Montazuma,
all adjoining, in Phoenix camp.
The Brooklyn has been developed
by a shaft 250 feet deep and 2000
feet of drifts.
The development of the Stem-
winder consists of a shaft 300 feet
deep and 700 feet of drifts and
crosscnting. The Brooklyn and
Stemwinder are provided with
small plants. The vein of tbe?e
properties is crosscut for over 60
feet and carries high values in gold
and copper. The payshoot has
been exposed for 500 feet on one of
the levels. The Dominion Copper
company also owns tlie Rawhide,
in Greenwood   camp,   which   has
been developed by-100 feet   of tunneling.
This information, taken in
connection with what the Vancouver correspondent says in another article, and what may be
read between the lines, proves interesting to us of the Boundary,
Will tie Presented With a Silk Cord.
Li Hung Chang has received a
dispatch from the court, which has
agreed either to beliend or otherwise kill Yu llsien, formerly governor of Shan-si, who killed personally many Christians. Members
of Li Hung Chang's staff say the
emperor will probably send Yu
Hsien a silk cord, which is an in-
timation that he must kill himself.
Emperor William of Germany
declined to entertain Mr. Kruger,
and he went direct to Holland from
Cologne. This action of the German Emperor is very gratifying to
Half the human race die before
they reach 17, and only one person
in 1,000 reaches CO years. 2
December 8,1M0
Published on Saturdays nt Cascade. It. C,
Per Yew   18.00
Six Moulin     1.%
To Foreign Conmrits...,     8.60
Advertising limes Furnished on Application.
If there is a blue mark in
this square, your subscription is due, and you are invited to remit.
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With 65 polling places yet to
hear from, it is cohceeded that Mr.
���Galliher is the winner at the present time by about 100 votes over
Mr. Foley, and about 400 over Mr.
McKane.. The total vote .cast is
reported at nearly 9.000. Mr.
Foley, almost single-handed,
against the ablest men of both the
old partite made a most j.al ant
and successful fight. He not only
"had a powerlul opponent in the
person of Mr. McKane tn meet, but
he had the great army of the government beneficiaries to contend
against, including the ablest men
iu the Liberal party.
The labor vote did not stand pat
in Grand Forks, but that is a hotbed of officialism, then again that
town wants a federal building, and
for that reason it sought government favor in exchange for votes].
But the banner polling place was
one called 150-Mile house in polling division No. 3. It polled 45, all
for Galliher, who will prove himself an ingrate if he does not recognize that precinct by a substantial
Service, As political prizes go, that
place is more entitled lo a federal
building than Grand Forks.
1). J. McGillis has heen found
guilty, as secretary-treasurer of the
Montreal Cold Storage and Freezing company, of conspiracy to defraud his creditors of over #300,000.
The Chesaw, Bolster and Molson
booms have "petered" out, and the
newspaper men who went into that
country now (ind themselves
A twentieth of Scotland's area
is forest land, seventh tenths is
mountain, heath and lake, and
only one quarter cultivated land.
Hon. A. S. Hardy, late Premier
of Ontario, bas been presented with
a $10,000 check by his friends.
The largest and most effective
trust in the United States is the
Hunna-McKinley trust.
Tod Sloan has been barred from
the English racing calendar for
next season.
The telegraphers on the Gulf,
Colorado & Santa Fe railroad are
out on a strike.
A Presbyterian minister in West
Virginia took offense at a man who
came to see his housekeeper and
shot him, and in turn received a
fatal bullet from the wounded man.
The British parliament and the
United States congress are both in
"Maxwell'and the Mint" won in
Burmrd by a handsome majority.
'Lord Roberts is to be Duketised
and voted ��100,000.
The British now have 13,000
Boer prisoners. t
Mr. Poupore, secretary of the
Yale-Columbia lumber company
was in town yesterday.
u Minister of Mines McBride has
been in the Kootenays and the
Boundary the past week, having
his eyes opened to the magnitude
of tbe growing industries and interests of these interior districts.
To the importunities of the various
boards of trade and mining he
made many pleasing promise's.
Both Mr. Sifton and McBride, as
Finance Minister Turner, have
made specific promises on railway
nualters, especially as to the Coast-
Kootenay tailway, the construction
of which, according lo the assertion
of these gentlemen, will he begun
at an early date. This country
pever can prosper as it should in
the development of its immensely
rich and extensive natural resources until it is delivered from
the exactions of the "free hand" of
a single railway corporation. It
must have better and more direct
connection with the coast cities.
Shipping rates are too high hy one
half, the hauls Leing too long, both
in distance and time.
A Cable From Vanconverto Queensland. I
The Pacific Cable company" bas,
' accepted nn behalf of the Governments of Great Britain, New
'South Wale��, Queensland, and
I New Zealand, the bid of the Tele-
' graph Construction and Maintenance Company to make and lay a
cable from Vancouver to Queensland and New Zealand, via Fanning, Fiji and Norfolk Islands for
��1,795,000, the work to be finished
at the end of 1902.
While the Liberal speakers were
telling the voters how earnestly the
government was endeavoring to
legislate in the interest of labor,
and how anxious it is to head off
pauper immigrants, the coast papers, both Liberal and Conservative,
were telling the people of the east
that no difficulty existed in that
The provincial government of
British Columbia proposes henceforth to bind its own publications
in a special department which will
for that purpose be added to the
Queen's printerToffice.
The Yankees * investing their
money in enterprises in London
will find it not so easy to work the
city authorities in their interests as
it is in the United States.
According to journalistic flotation, Hon C. H. Mcintosh has returned from England with $11,000-
000 in his inside pocket. If he'd
had that sum last summer he
could have wiped Smith Curtis off
the earth.	
Ameilcini Investing In London.
The London Daily Express publishes an interview with Frank
Hawley, an electrical promoter,
who is now in London in the interest of an American syndicate.
Mr. Hawley says the capitalists he
represents are ready lo spend no
less than 4,000,000 pounds sterling
in the construction of electric surface railroads in London and the
suburbs tn a radius of 80 miles.
It is said not a penny of British
capital will he asked. He expresses
himself as confident that the undertaking will be a financial success.
A Big Deal at Moyie.
The largest ore deal ever arranged in British Columbia has been
consummated by the St. Eugene
Consolidated Mining company, of
Moyie, by which the Messrs. Guggenheim & Sons, the smelter people
of Antogagasta, Chili, contract to
purchase $1,000,000 of reduced, wet
silver-lead ore per year from the
Moyie mines, Owing to thesuccess
of the St. Eugene mines Moyie has
sprung from a village to a city in a
few months.
Last week Thursday, Mrs. J. H.
McDonald discovered that a gold
watch belonging to her husband
had mysteriously disappeared from
a work basket on the Bitting room
table of her residence. The matter
was kept quiet for a few days and
a still hunt made, as it was thought,
owing to a strong suspicion as to
the direction the watch had tiken,
that proof would soon develop,
which would result in the recovery
of the watch. Sure enough, the party who "found" it, became frightened, arid made arrangements to
have it return to its rightful owner.
Three different stories were afloat
that the watch had been found in
as many different places before it
was returned to Mrs. McDonald.
The Cascade mill of tho Yale-
Columbia lumber company shipped
four cars of lumber to-day���one to
Rossland, one to Greenwood and
two to Phoenix, At present the
company is heavily handicapped
by high freight rates.
A New Similkameen Map.
Mr. Frank Bailey, a pioneer
prospector, and thoroughly acquainted with the Similkameen
country, has issued a splendid new
map of that section. Accompanying
the map is a complete prospectus
and travelers' guide. Just the
thing for all parties looking to that
part of the province for a place of
future residence or husiness. The
prospectus is on sale at this office,
at $2 per copy. Strangers und all
others going into that rich section
cannot afford to be without this
helpful guide.   ,.
The proprietor begs to announce that the
Whole of the Grocery,
Dry Goods, Hardware,
And other stocks of the
MacRae, Gladstone and
Eagle City Branches
Will be brought to
Certificate ol. Improvements.
"UNDINE" Mineral Claim situate In the
Grand Forks Miiilnu Division of Vale District.
Where located���Iu Summit Cump. ,
Tske Notice that I, "Ihcrt V.A��licroft,P.r,.S���of
Greenwood, Free Miner's Cenltleate No. B2WS3,
acting as agent for Ross Thompson, of Rossland,
Free Miner's Certificate No. 1-80736. intend, sixty
days from date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for n Certillcille of Improvements for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant ot the above
And farther take notice that action under
section 87 must be commenced before the issuance
of such Certificate of Improvements
Dated this Bin day of October, 1900.
Spokane Falls & Nftliern Railway Co.
Nelson.k Ft.Sheppard Railway Co.
Red Mountain Railway Co,
The only iill-ratl route between all points east,
wiist and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points; connecting at Spokane with the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. & N.
Connects at Nelson with steamer for Kaslo ud
all Kootenai lake points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with stage dally for
Republic, and connects at Hoseberg with stage
dally for Grand Forks and Greenwood.
Time schedule now effective :|
H.00 n. in.
II.BO n. m.
7.00 a. in.
0.45 p. in,
11.61 p. m.
6.40 p. in.
8,10 p. in.
7.15 p, in.
7.00 a. m.
7.00 a. in.
General Passenger Agent.
canadian ^
"Pacific Ky.
BOO LINE.     'n
Still continue to operate flrst-clnss sleepers on all
trains from Revelstoke and Kootenay Landing.
Also, Tourist cars, passing Dunmore Junction
dally for St, Paul, Saturdays for Montreal and
Boston, Mondays mid Thursdays for Toronto.
Sumo cars pass Revelstoke one day earlier.
No trouble to quote rates und give you a pointer
regarding the eastern trip you contemplate taking.
Local Piitenger Schedule:
Ex. Sun. Ex. Sun.
Arrive 16:84 Cascade City Arrive 19:21
Going cast Going west
For ratos, tickets and full information, apply
to Agent, Cascade City, B, 0., or
W.P. Anderson,
Trav. PasB.Agent,
Neleon, B.C.
Vancouver ,B.C.
And offered for sale
This will ensure buyers by:\ far 'the
Biggest Selection at
Lowest Prices in Town.
Call For Prices.
December 8, 1M0
Jack Robertson is convalescing
There will be services again in
the Presbyterian church here tomorrow morning.
We hear that the Greenwood
Miner is contemplating moving its"
plant to Phoenix.
Mr. W. F. Anderson has resigned his position as district passenger agent for the C. P. R.
Ferguson & Ritchie have laid in
a supply of men's furnishing goods
of a character most in demand in
a lumbering and mining camp.
The weather here has been warm
and damp the past week, the snow
having entirely disappeared several
dnys ago,
Mr. N. W. Conies hits been stationed at Cascade, to prohibit smallpox patients from transporting
germs of that disease beyond this
town into British territory, from
the American side,
A letter received hy Mr. B. Kelman from the Simmons brothers,
who returned to their old home in
Bracebridge, Ont.. a few weeks ago,
reports the death of their aged
mother, after a long and painful
illness.        '
The Record is indebted to Mr.
Stanley Mayall, who is now in
San Fra,ncisco, for various publications of that city, for which we
return thanks. Mr. Mayall says
he was an eye witness of that horrifying accident at the San Francisco Glass works, Nov. 29, when
fifteen persons lost their lives and
eighty were seriously hurt. An
immense crowd had gathered on
the roof to witness a football game
when it gave way, letting the spc-
tators into the furnace below.
He Casse. Him, Airfcew.
The most recent shining specimen of literary directness which
has come under our notice recently,
is a letter addressed by an Australian partisan lo the politician
whom he assisted to eminence, hut
who, on reaching his high estate,
forgot the poor man on whose
shoulders he had risen. The Australian wrote as follows:
Deer sur: You're a dam frnud
and you know it. I don't care a
rap for the billet or the muny eather
but you could hev got it for me if
you wasn't as mean as muk. Two
pounds a week ain't any more to
me than forty shilling Is to you.
hut I objekt to bein' made an in-
firnil fool of. Soon after you was
elected by my hard workin' a feller
wanted to bet me you wouldn't' be
in the House nioren a week before
you maid an ass of yerself. I bet
him a Cow on that as I thought
you was worth it then. After I got
your note snyin' you declined tn
ackt in the matter I driv the cow
over to the Feller's place an' told
him he'd won 'er.
Thatsorl I got by hnwlin' myself
horse for you on pole day, an'
months befoar. You not only hurt
a man's pride but you inger him in
bisness. I belive you think you'll
git in agin. I don't. An' what I
think is of moar Konsequence than
you may think. I beleve you take
a plasur in cuttin your best friends
but wate till the clouds roll an'
they'll cut you���just behind tho
ear, where the butcher cut the pig.
Yure no man. And i dont think
yure much of a demakrat ether.
Go to hel. I lower meself ritin' to
a skunk, even thou I made him a
member of Parliment."
This it would seem, is what
Matthew Arnold called a serviceable prose style.
Tks Caudha PMltry Review.
We are informed that Mr. A. G.
Gilbert, the manager of the great
poultry department of the Government Agricultural Farm at Ottawa,
haa been engaged for the coming
year to continue his department.
"Practical Poultry," in that handsome magazine, the Canadian Poultry Review. Other departments in
the paper are: "Turkeys, Ducks, and
Geese," "Bantams," "Poultry Ailments," "Incubators and Brooders,"
and "With Uncle Sam." The Editor says it will be bigger and better
than ever, and as it is now in its
22d year, we believe him. This
journal is well illustrated, full of
practical knowledge written by experts, and at the yearly subscription of 50c, is ridiculously cheap.
Low as it is, however, readers of
this paper can get it at a special
rateof three years for $1.00. A sample will be sent free by addressing
Canadian Poultry Review, Toronto,
Ont.; but the shortest and best way
is to send (1.00 for three years.
The Camber of Mlsei.
TheChamber of Mines recently
instituted at Rossland, is generally
designated as the Rossland Chamber of Mines. This is a mistake
says theSilvertonian, and is a name
which the promoters do not wish
attached to it, as the Chamber is
intended to embrace all the mining
districts in southern British Columbia, and is only located at Rossland
by reason of the idea of its establishment having been conceived
there.. The aim of the promoters
is to enroll as members all mining
men, smelter operators and claim
holders in the district und to give
n<> one section prominence over another iu the reports to be Bent out.
There is room in the province fur a
Chamber of Mines which will furnish reliable and up-to-date information of the progress of the mining industry to the press of America
and Europe as the newly created
Chamber is preparing to do.
Oscar WIMs Dsai.
A dispatch from Paris says Oscar Wilde iB dead. He died in an
obscure house in the Latin quarter
from meningitis and was received
into the Catholic church on his
Reports show that the Granby
smelter got 704 tons of matte from
18,074 tone of ore, while the Trail
smelter got 94$ tons of matte frcm
8,547 Ions of ore. In the case of
the Trail smelter the bullion
amounteil to 924 tons.
Application for
Liquor License.
NOTICE la hi-rehy ulven thut tbe undermen
tinned havu applied to the Board of
LleenihiK CommlsalonerV ot the Boundary
Creek License District, at their next slttlufi, for
llcenies to sell liquors by retail on tbe premises
named, beginning on the first day of January,
Gil La Valley, Hotel Christina, Christina Lake.
C. H. Thomas, Hotel Cascade, Cascade City.
C. Johnson, Cominerulal,Hotel, Cascade Clir.
6. Devon,Hi n.u I.otrl, Cascade.
Said next sitting of the Board will bo held on
Saturday, tilth day of December, 1000, at eleven
o'clock in the forenoon, at the Court House, Grand
Porks. B. 0.
Chief License Inspector,
Koew Soatthlsf Aboil Uoidrlti.
John Burns, the English labor
leader, celebrated his 42d birthday
on November 13. Mr. Burns, who
has been in parliament since 1892,
is an engineer by profession, and
his early struggles were of the
hardest kind. In the house of
commons he once said he should
know something about laundrie-
(the subject under discussion,) for
his mother was a washer-woman
A Well-bound Lord.
Lord Strathcona should be able
to get in out of the wet, as he has
no lesB than eight palatial resi
deuces���two in London, one in
Scotland, Knebworth, Stevenage
(Hertfordshire); one in Montreal,
one in Winnipeg, and one in Pic-
tou, N. S. We are told that in
London alone there are half a mil
lion homeless inhabitants.
Fair Canadians:
The policy of your newly-elected
rulers is in favor of trade within
the empire. Your patriotism ap>
proves of it. But, setting that
aside, I appeal to your dainty taste
and ground my faith on QUALITY
If you try Ceylon and India ma
chine-made GREEN teas you will
miss something. What? The impurities imparted to Japan and
Think of this. Blue Ribbon, Monsoon and Salada packets are on
The Chamber of Mines wants
thoroughly reliable correspondents
in every camp in the districts of
East and West Kootenay and Yale,
to whom reasonable compensation
will be paid for their services.
Correspondents will be expected
to furnish the Chamber of Mines
with all development going tin at
the mines, the installation of machinery, shipments of ore and value, and generally suoh news as
will attract the attention of capitalists, and cause them to investigate mill invest.
Applications to be addressed to
the Chamber of Mines.
Southern British Columbia, (Kootenays und Yale,), P. O. box 578,
Rossland, B. C.
The Yale-Columbia  Lumber Co.,
Bough and Dressed Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Mouldings and Turnings.
Principal Hills at CASCADE, B C
Hallett & Shaw
Applications received by the undersigned until
8th December, 1U00. Duties to commence tbe
Orator year, D. D. FKKUUSON,
Secretary School Board.
.   Casoade, B. OV
Late of Greenwood, in Yale District,
You are hereby notified that I have exuended
II00.WI in the survey of the "Undine" Mineral
Claim, sltuale In Summit Camp, In the Orand
Forks Mining Ulvlslou of Yale District, British
Columbia to count as an assessment on said
claim, as will appear by a Certificate of Work recorded October JOth, 1VC0, In the office of the
Minimi Hecorder for the said Grand Fork. Mining Division, In order to hold .aid clnini under
the provisions of Section 84 of "The Mineral
Act " .nub being the amount required to bold
Hid claim for tbe year ending Oct. H61I1,190ft
And If, at the expiration or ninety (90) day. of
publication of this notice, yon full or refuse to
contribute your proportion of the expenditure
required nnder Section 84, together Willi all costs
of advertising,yonr Interest In said claim shall
become vested in the subscriber (your co-owner)
under Section 4 iif the "Mineral Act Amendment
Act 19110."
Dated at Rossland, B, C, thl. 18th day of November, 1900.
Hallett & Shaw, Solicitor, for Rots Thompson.
Fire Insurance Agency
Gkorqk K. Stocker, Agent.
I |ji| Brewery XI
Lager Beer!
Brewed Especially for Export.
Warranted to Keep in Any Climate.
A Pull Assortment
Staple and Taney
rimers' Supplies,
Hay, Oats, Coal, Etc.
Patent Medicines:
We have just laid in an EXTENSIVE LINE
of STANDARD  PATENT  Medicines,
of the kinds most in use and demand, and possessing curative powers. When you need medical aids come and see what we have.
December 8, 1000
Ferguson & Kitchie have receive 1
this week a large invoice of hay
and grain.
For a nice meal, fine bed and
quiet rest, try the Cosmopolitan
hotel, In Cascade.
Keep in mind the coming Christinas Tree festivities���and save a
25c piece, to get in and see the fun
and enjoy some of the nice refreshments.
Mr. 8. \V. Bear this week boxed
the balance of Mrs. Rochutsen's
household goods ready for shipment to Victoria.
The Record staff has filiated its
cravings for veniMir, on the most
delicious quality, this week, by
kindness of Mrs.  William  Baulne.
Mrs. G. K. Stocker left on Wednesday last fur Spokane, where she
will remain till after the holidays
visiting with her relatives and
many friends, Mr. S. accompanina
her as far as Rossland and returning last evening.
Mr. John Lyngholm has received
an invitation to attend the wedding
of Mr. Unn Olson and   Mit-s  Mary
Bergman in Spokane on  the loth
instant.    Miss Bergman is a sister
of a former partner of Mr. Olnon in
the proprietorship of the Britannia
John Nelson, formerly of the firm
of Olson, Nelson & Bergman, doing
business in Cascade, who has been
engaged in railway contract  work
near Colorado Springe, will start
for the old country about the 10th
Without in the least objecting to
the presence here of Mr. Coatee, the
recently arrived quarantine officer,
we must say it appears a little
strange that the government insists
on importing officers for services of
this nature to the exclusion of active and faithful local party workers. This is offensive political ingratitude on the part of higer party
managers. Either the president or
secretary of the local Liberal association Could attend to the duties
referred to, and it would have only
been a fitting recognition of their
party loyalty, hud one of them
been appointed to the position.
Good Showing In the Messenger.
The Beach brothers, of the Victo-
ria and Messenger groups of mining claims on Christina Lake, were
in town this week laying in supplies. They appear to be especially
well pleased with the results of
their development work on the
Messenger, on which they are down
fifteen feet, and will go down H5
feet further before crosscntting.
The ore grows better with depth
but assays already show 10.98 ozs.
copper. 5} silver and $1 gold value.
Mr. D. C. Beach says there ie
another ledge 100 feet distant, and
when he gets down 100 feet on the
Messenger, he will crosr-cut to that
Fair Canadians:
Your brothers and lovers are re-
' turning covered with glory. The
whole empire attests the credit of
their achievements. In Africa they
met their cousins���the British tea
planters���also fighting tor the
Dear Cousins: You can aid the
comrades of your soldiers. Try
Ceylon and GREEN teas, if you
now drink Japans. Leave the rest
to your dainty palates. Salada,
Monsoon and Blue Ribbon packets
*wait you.���Colonist.
The coming Commercial, Industrial and Mining Centre of East Yale.
The Gateway City
Of the Kettle River, Boundary
Creek aud Christina Lake Countries.
A Magnificent Water Power of 20,000 Horse Power.
The center of a>iarvellously RICH MINERAL DISTRICT. A most promising opportunity for business
locations and realty investments. A most advantageous smelter location and railroad center. One mile from Christina
Lake, the Great Pleasure Resort.   For further information, price of lots, etc., address,
GEO. K. STOCKER, Townsite Agent, Cascade, B. C.       Or L. A. HAMILTON, Land Com. C. P. R., Winnipeg, Man
That We
Can Do
All Kinds
Styles of
A Test
Of Our
Artistic Skill   |
Will Prove.
Qlve Us a Trial.!
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