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 JffWfflWflUMl  bob  (/���  \  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 31   1902.  No. 10.  f  Smelter Men Increasing Capacity to Meet Requirements  ofthe Mines���Big Plant for Snowshoe--Work at  Nickle Plate-Providence Mine Shipments.  Although the Greenwood smelter*  are treating- over 1000 tons of ore a day  their capacity is not adequate to meet  the output of the mine*. In fact the  mining industry is being' retarded by  the lack at smelter capacity. This  "difficulty will be obviated in a short  time-by the erection of additional fur-  "'"naceB both at the  Sunset and B. C.  " Copper company'f smelters. In the  meantime, the B. C. mine would like  to make heavier shipments as would  also the Snowshoe. The anxiety on  the part of mine owners to make  heavy shipments makes the smelter  superintendent's life not an easy one.  He takes pride in making a perfect  blend of his ores and so far as Superintendent Goodell is concerned he has  the material to do so. The Sunset can  furnish more than enough iron to meet.  the requirements of both the B. C. and  Snowshoe ores, but in order to accommodate the mine owners Mr. Goodell  has not been treating much Sunset ore.  With additional furnaces more Sunset  ore could be used, a better-blend could  be thus secured and smelting done at  a lower cost.  In addition to the mines near home,  Republic mine owners are hunting for  smelters that will treat their ores. The  Republic ores are refractory and with  the limited smelter capacity, smelter  men are not anxious to take large  quantities of this ore.  .The foundation for,-the,second-fur-  nace at the Sunset smelter are nearly  complete. The furnace itself is expected in this week and will be installed in less than twenty days. Some  delay may be occassioned by non-  arrivrl of the additional power plant  required. In any event the two fur-  daces will be running, before the end  of the year and a third one underway.  Heavy shipments are being received at  the smelter jfrom the B. C. and Snow-  shoe mines.  Two carloads of high grade ore were  .shipped lhis_week from ^the Providence,  mine to the Trail smelter. The Providence continues-to look well and  from present appearences steady shipments can be maintained for an indefinite time.      '.   ���  Anthony J. McMillan, managing  director of the Snowshoe Gold & Copper Mines, Limited, who has just left  thef property after spending a few days  there before he leaves for London England, has completed arrangements for  the installation of what will be one of  the largest hoists yet erected in the  Boundary country. It is of ISO horse  power capacity, and will be installed  over the main 300 foot shaft recently  sunk on the Snowshoe, which will be  the main working shaft of the mine.  The hoist will operated by electric  power, which will be furnished by the  Cascade Water, Power & Light company, the lines for which are now  about ready for operation, extending  from Cascade to Phoenix, to supply  the mines hereabouts with electrical  energy as well as to perform the same  office for the Granby smelter at Grand  Forks.  Mr. McMillan recently returned from  Victoria, and while there he interviewed the government ministers in  regard to securing some concessions  for the mining industry, and he feels  confident that the minister of mines  and his colleagues look upon the matter favorably.  The work of extending the pole line  of the Cascade Power &. Li$ht company to the Granby smelter has been  completed. The plant at Cascade is  practically in readiness to transmit  electricity to Grrnd Forks and the  mines at Phoeaix, but the transformers for use at Granby amelter have not  yet ar.ived. Meantime efforts are  being made to obtain transformers  from another power company for tern-  ������i*tll**.ii^1>*��^'%*^>t'l%^>^^^1^tfi  porary use. If they can be secured  the Granby smelter will have its entire  plant of four- furnoces in operation  within a fortnight. The Cascade  power line was built under the direction of W. P. Dickson, electric engineer  of Nelson, B. C._   For the .first time in several months  heavy shipments were resumed from  the Granby mines to the company's  smelter at Grand Forks, at the rate of  36 cars each 24 hours, or nearly 1100  tons, the third furnace of the smelting  works being put in blast today, only  two having been running lately,first on  account of the shortage of coke, and  then because of low water in the north  fork of Kettle River.  Death of Harry Adams  n  Yesterday news was received fr om  the B. C. Copper Company's Mother  Lode mine in Deadwood camp, to the  effect that a shoot of ore with an iron  gangue had been met with in one of  the upper quarries known locally as  the sulphur ore quarries, from the ore  having sufficient sulphur in association  with iron and silica to facilitate the  extraction of its copper values. As an  insufficiency of iron in the gangue of  the ore is one of the chief drawbacks  the local smelters have to contend  against yesterday's news was received  at the B. C. Copper Company's smelter  with much satisfaction, especially as  the shoot of "irony" ore was stated to  be from four to five'.feet in thickness.  Bbth'tfieVmelters'in'thef neigfiftorhood  of Greenwood continue to run at their  full treatment capacity. Most of the  ore being treated at the B. C. Copper  Company's smelter comes from the  company's Mother. Lode mine, but  shipments from the Snowshoe mine  aie also being received right along.  The Montreal & Boston Copper company's smelter puts through ore from  the B. C, Snowshoe and Sunset mines.  Ocassionally a train of 24 loaded cars  passes through Greenwood and Anaconda on its way to the works at Boundary Falls. The ore train goes down  W th^smelterever^day7"but~ it-is "no t  always so heavily laden.  At present the staft of the Nicke  Plate mine near Hedley are devoting  their attention to installing a 40 stamp  mill, a four mile tramway, and a power  plant���electricity generated by water  power. The company has applied to  purchase 1,000 acres of land, including  a small lake, above this lake and will  dam it to flood the land purchased, for  a water reserve, Another dam will be  constructed at the flume head and there  will be about 2y�� miles of flume. The  company has acquired a mill site from  the Hedley townsite company on the  southeast corner of the townsite. Contractors are now cutting ties and grading on the tipper end of the tramway.  The flume and dam work has been  started. The mill site has been surveyed and the engineer is preparing  plans incidental to'the building of a  mill. Thec power house will be in  close proximity to the mill. A 250 foot  fall, with a good "head" of water, will  be obtained. Nearly S500.000 has been  spent on this mine up to date, and they  have about 3,000 feet of work to show  for it���nearly all tunnels. The ���aver-  age assay is a problem���they have  some very high grade ore, with plenty  of visible fi ee gold, assays from which  are not rare atS2,000. But what the  whole body���which is immense���will  average i-i another thing. The Nickel  Plate is not by any means the only  prospective mine in this camp. The  Kingstone, owned by an eastern syndicate and managed by F. M, Wells, has  about 100 feet of work done which  shows a large body of ore (20 to 40  feet) which averages between $20 and  S30 in gold and copper. One might  truly state that the above mentioned  properties are about the only ones in  the camp with any work on them, yet  there are many more with just as good  surface showings.  A Well Known Miner Fatally Injured  inLeRoi.  Harry C. Adams passed away at the  Sisters' hospital yesterday afternoon  as a result of injuries received at the  Le Roi mine on Wednesday last.  On Friday deceased underwent an  operation for the reduction of the compound fracture of his right leg above  the knee, the attendant physicians having concluded upon consultation that  the operation was essential if Mr.  Adams was to have a chance for life,  In the course of the operation it was  discovered that the injury was even  more serious than had been thought at  first, and after the ordeal grave doubt  was felt as to the ultimate results.  The accident had bee*n followed by a  severe shock and this was repeated to  a considerable extent after the operation. Mr. Adams passed quietly away  Saturday morning. Deceased came to  Rossland ten months ago from Greenwood, where he had been a shift boss in  the Mother Lode mine, then managed  by his father-in law, Richard Hntchin  son." His mother" resides in Spokane.  Since coming here deceased worked at  the Josie and Le Roi mines, being employed on the timber gang in the latter  property at tqe time of the accident.  The late Mr. Adams was an ex-mem  ber of the Knights of Pythias and was a  member in good standing of Boundary  Valley lodge No. 38 Independent Order  of Oddfellows. The local lodge of the  fraternity has taken charge of the re  mains and will attend to the funeral  arrangements after consultation with  the relatives of deceased.  As a workman and a citizen the late  Mr. Adams was eminently respected.  Of retiring disposition he made acquaintances slowly, but- those who  knew him regarded him as a man in  the best sense of the word. He was  possessed of superb nerve as was evidenced by"jne unriiurmuring'forti'fuc'le'"  with which he bore the terrible agony  of his injuries, s  About a year ago deceased was united  in marriage to Miss Moffat, formerly  of Rossland, with.whom he resided on  St. Pau- straet north.  The remains will be shipped to Spokane for burial on the 10.30 train tomorrow morning.'���Rossland Miner'  Harry/Adams was well known he-ie  where he resided for several years.  He was also a brother-in-law of L. A.  Smith of Anaconda who with Mrs.  Smith went to Rcssland on hearing of  .his_death.^^^^--^^----=-~^^----���=^^-=--^  The funeral of the lafc Harry Adams  took place at Rossland from the Oddfellows hall. The services of the order  were conducted by Brothers A. M.  Sanford and T. Long. The pallbearers were Brothers Nichols, Edwards,  Croket, Mellor, Sorenson, and Williams.  The remains were escorted to the  depot of the Great Northern railway  for transference to Spokane, by about  25 members in line.  Thefioral offering was particularly  effective. The flowers used were sweet  peas arranged in the form of the three  links of the order, pink, blue and scarlet, while over the centre link was  formed a cross in white.  Death of Mr. Tichenor.  Mr. Keffer resident  manager of  the  B. C. Copper Company Ltd. received a  j message from New York last  evening  announcing the death of James F.Tich-  I euor the president of the company.  i Mr. Tichenor had been ill for a con-  ' siderable time before death came.    He  and Mr. Underwood were associated in  j numerous   mining   enterprises in   al  parts of the continent and were princi-  ' pals in the development of the Mother  ' Lode aud No. 7 before the organization  i of the B. C, Copper company. He was  ! about 50 years of age.  Floyd���Derickson.  Railway Committee Have  Granted Company Permission to Build Spurs and Crossings���Jubilation at  Grand Forks���Hon. Mr. Blair's Statement.  Ottawa, Oct. 29.���(Special to the  Boundary Creek Times.)���After a  struggle which has lasted for months,  the Vancouver, Victoria and Eastern  Railway company has been granted  permission by the Railway Committee  of the Privy Council to construct  branch lines to Columbia and Grand  Forks and to the Granby smelter and  to cross Grand Forks aud Kettle River  railroad. Hon. Mr. Blair, minister of  railways, voiced the sentiment of the  committee when he declared that the  applications must be allowed in the  public interest and speaking particularly with reference to the: proposed  crossing said : "It is quite apparent  as far as I have heard and I might say  here to gentlemen present that I have  heard a great deal about this while I  was in the west, recently, and that  there is a very strong opinion among  the people in the cluster of towns surrounding this railway that thecrossing  should be allowed. They are convinced that it would lead to a very great  development of business for them and  naturally having that feeling they do  not understand why an ordinary and  usual customary thing as a railway  crossing should be blocked." The  committee were unanimous. A. ��� H.  McNeil, K. C.,- Rossland, and Auluy.  Morrison,M.P., New Westminister, appeared for applicants. Mayor Mc-  Callum of Columbia and Chas. Cummin gs f of Grand Forks . were also  present. Messrs. Aylsworth and Bol-  and of Toronto opposed the application  on behalf of the. Grand Forks and  Kettle River road, or the Hot Air  line. .  ary to Vancouver, B.C., traversing the  Similkameen district, where coal, gold  and copper abound. Locating engineers are now at work in the Similkameen.  ��� On Tuesday last at the home of the  bride's parents on Silver street, Oscar  Floyd, proprietor of the Riverside  Dairy, was united in marringe to Miss  Sophia Derickson. Rev. Dr. McRae  officiated at the interesting ceremony.  After the nuptial knot had been tied, a  wedding  supper   was    served   to   the  i happy couple and intimate friends.  Blessing the Bell.  Interesting   Service   at the  Catholic Church.  Roman  A large congregation attended the  interesting seevices in the R. C. Church  last Sunday morning when His Lordship Bishop Dontenwill'of New "Westminister blessed the new bell. In an  interesting way His Lordship explained the use of the bell and the  reason why the religious ceremony  was about to be performed. "With oils  aud incense he carried out the ceremony, a number of members of the  congregation standing as sponsors.  He then rangi the bell and was followed  by Rev. Father Bedard and the sponsors who did the same. The choir rendered an interesting programme of  sacred music and song's. The Fireman's orchestra played several selections, solos were given by Mrs. Oliver  Miss Fisher Mrs. Mathot and H. Walker Harris. (Mrs. H. 'B. McCutcheon  presided at the organ.  In the evening a similar service was  held at Phoenix where Bishop Donten-  will-- blessed--the���bell for the: Roman  Catholic edifice at that.place.  The news was received with joy at  Grand Forks, as the following despatch will show.  Bon fires blazed here and in Columbia tonight in celebration of today's  judgement of the railway committeeof  the privy council, Ottawa, granting  the application of jhe V. V. & E. rail-  way^toxross^the^Hetlle^JValley^Line.  and the C. P. R, tracks near here, and  build a four-mile spur into the Granby  smelter, as well as an extension of the  main line to Phoenix, Greenwood and  Midway B. C.  The night in both cities is being  given over to jubilation. The news  was announced in the following received shortly before 6 o'clock tonight  from Neil McCallum, Mayor of Columbia, one of the Boundary delegates now  in the Dominion capital.  "Big fig ht in committee. Both crossings and spurs allowed."  There is every likelihood that the  construction of the spur into the Granby smelter will be commenced within  the next few weeks, as Stewart & Co.,  the contractors, have a considerable  portion of their outfit on the ground.  The intetions of J. J. Hill respecting  the extension of the road from here to  Phoenix, Greenwood and Midway are  not known, but the belief prevails that  this work will not be undertaken until  next spring.  Today's victory of the Great Northern railway means the downfall sooner  or later of the monopoly of hauling ore  to Boundary smelters, hitherto enjoyed  by the C. P. R. As an idea of the mag  nitude of this traffic,including the transportation of coke, matte, etc., may be  gained from the fact that the contribution of the Granby company to the  C. P. R. is now at the rate of $600,000  per annum.'  Jim Hill's proposed invasion of the  Boundary mining camps will tend to  stimulate mining operations, and will  ultimately result in a sweeping reduction in the transportation charges as  regards both ore and coke.  The surveys for the various spurs  and extension in this district were  completed six months ago.  There are no longer any obstacles in  the way of the Great Northern building its proposed line from the bound-  Grand Master's Visit/  Boundary Valley Lodge I. O. O. F.  was visited on Thursday evening by  A. Graham of Victoria,the Grand Master for the province. There was a  large attendence of members and visitors. After the initalion of a candidate, the Grand Master delivered an  eloquent address in which he expressed  his pleasure, at growth and prosperity  of the order in general and Boundary  Valley Lodge in particular. A pleasant social evening was afterwards  spent.  Grand Master Grahm visits Snow  Shoe Lodge, Phoenix, this (Friday)  evening'.  Deserved Promotion.  H. Allenberg of Spokane, well  known here, has returned from New  Yoik where he received well deserved  promotion. He has been made general  manager of the whole Northwest for  the Equitable Life Assurance Company of New York. His territory includes Washington, B. C, Alaska,  and Alberta. He will have charge of  the Seattle office as well as that in  Spokane. Mr. Allenberg's promotion  will'please his numerous friends in the  Boundary.  On Friday evening of next  week the  Socialists will hold the first of a series  of   regular   weekly    meetings.      Rev.  Ralph   W.  Trotter,  of  Columbia,  has  consented to give an address to start  the ball rolling.    Socialism  has   made  great   headway  in   British   Columbia  during the past year.    There  are  now  strong socialist locals in all the  towns  and   cities   of   the   province.      J.    H.  j Hawthoruwaite,  M.P.P. of  Nanaimo,  lately joined the Socialist party, and if  ] an election proceeds the next  meeting  ; of   the  legislature,   will   run   on   the  ! Socialist ticket.    If no election  occurs  I before  the legislature   meets he   will  | have the distinction of  being  the first  , Socialist   who  ever occupied a seat in  ! the house.  ; 35���S10 SIS���Sewing machines for  | sale or rent A. L. White & Co. New  I O. I. C, Store.  (T THE BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  O -3 # J ��f ��*�� �� �� * S' * ����� 'i- ���*' '*��� * �� ��* S * Sf ft $ St # $ * * * �� * * * il. * * ** * # * ��f fif��*S $ �� $ # * *  ���*'      UNION  f!<  LABE  L     i  THE BEST WORKMANSHIP  \i on :ill  S*  fl aruii:iits.  EVERYTHING G UARAHTEED.  CLEAXINC, I-KESSINO  AN!)  K EPA IK INC.   DONR.  'j-/<K!ii*'''  THE LATEST GOODS  THE LOWEST PRICES.  13  COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.  .Merchant Tailor.  ""    ������������-"     OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL,  i i�� * �� �� ����� # *S # �� # Si $ * W Si $ * ft �� ft Si* Si,!(�� Si Si St ����� Si St Si Si Si Si Si Si �� Si Si Si Si Si Si iS Si =S��  "*.  *  Si Si  I  II  Established 1836.-    Incorporated by Royal Charter.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every f-riday  Duncan Ross Masaoixs Editor  SURSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Peh Ykak   Six Months   To Foreign Countries....  ...S -. 00  .... 1 25  ..... 2 ��0  FRIDAY. OCTOIJER31, 19CE  THE LAST STRUGGLE.  The decision of the Railway committee of the Privy Council to allow the  V. V. & E. to build spurs and cross the  C. P. R, and Kettle Valley lines, is  gratifying to all those who believe  that no one railway corporation should  have a-monoply ofthe carrying trade  and that there should be free trade in  railways. The decisive action of the  committee should end the struggle  ���that for u. ouV.iiiicrable time  retarded railway csnstruction in this  district .  , It is, difficult tounderstatid why the  Boundary country should have been  singled out for the introduction and  perpetuation of a railway policy unique  in the history.of Canada or that of the  .country to the South of us. Other  sections of the country have been encouraged in their efforts to secure not  only one but several railways, but the  Boundary was forced to wait for the  Iron Horse until,the Canadian Pacific  Railway company graciously gave its  consent and even after that corporation  -got-a-strong-grip-on-the~districtr it  .appeared almost impossible to secure  farther railway construction, although  a. rival company was strenuously endeavouring to come into the district,  As early as 1896, the Boundary  country was considered a promising  field for the/railway builder and F.  Auguste Heinze secured a charter and  a land grant to build into this country.  But nothing was done in the shape of  railway building. Charters were  hawked about, the lobbies of the legislatures both at Victoria and Ottawa  were haunted by charter mongers aud  railway solicitor-; but no actual construction was undertaken. In 1^98, D.  C. Corbiu made application for a  charter to build from Marcus, Wash.,  to Greenwood, B, C. Mr. Corbiu was  the pioneer railway builder of the  Kootenay and was the chief factor in  opening-, up the mines of that district.  The people of the Boundary felt that  Mr. Corbiu was a genuine railway  builder and they rendered him every  assistance in his efforts to secure a  charter. But when he went to Ottawa  he found that the full strength of the  C. P. R. forces were directed against  him. The arguments used against the  Corbin charter were remarkable. The  C. P R. contended that no American  road should be allowed into the district  and that in any case Corbin had an  easier route than the C. P. R., that he  could build a cheaper road, give  cheaper rates and that consequently  the C. P. R. could not compete with  him. The Corbin bill passed the rail-  wp.y committee but was defeated in the  house,    Mr.  Corbin   renewed  his   ap-  p'ication next year but he found that  he was going to be opposed again, so  lie withdrew in disgust and made no  further efforts to secure a charter.  Then the enterprise popularly and  properly known as the Hot Air line  i appeared in the scene. Some of those  ] interested in the Grand Forks'townsite  secured a charter to build from Grand  Forks to Carson from the B. C. legislature and to build from Carson to  Republic from the U. S. government.  The spectacular career cf the Hot Air  line is well known. The company has  a railway on its hands but no traffic.  But it played ,uo unimportant-part in  frustrating a legitimate railway enterprise. The Great Northern having  purchased the V. V. & E. charter began the construction of a railway from  Marcus westward through the Kettle  River valley. By means of injunctions  and oilier actions in-the courts and by  protests to the railway committee at  Ottawa the construction .of the V. V. &  E. was delayed. The Canadian Pacific Railway company, too, protested  against the V. V. & E. crossing its  lines, The decision of the railway committee should'en<3 the right and leave  the Great Northern free to continue its  road to the coast. Mr. Hill has expressed his willingness to build without land grant, or subsidy and it looks  as if he had met with so m-ich opposition because he wished to pursue such  an unusual course. It too dangerous a  precedent to establish in this country.  That the most successful railway-  builder on the continent should abandon subsidies sounds the death knell of  (he subsidy hunter and charter monger.  No longer can adventurers make money  by selling public wealth granted them  by the parliaments of the country.  We take it that the last kick was  made at Ottawa on Tuesday and that  in the near future that active railway  construction will be commenced.  THE WEST FORK ROAD.  The chief commissioner has spoken.  Killeen is coming*-nest spring.   After  a season of tribulation and doubt those  interested  in   the  West Fori*: can pass  ! Hie weary winter with the one grain of  I comfort  that the road and Killeen will  Iconic in the early spring. One of those  ; who  has   been   making the chief com-  I missiouer's life   miserable  during  the  jfjlorious  road   building  weather   with  .which  this country   has  been blessed  j has been more fortunate than his com-  i patriots    and  has been   honored  by a  ! reply  from  the   distinguished gentle-  i man who is at  the   head of the Lands  i  ! and Works department.    This  answer  j is given in the Times so that  all  per-  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO  THK  ���}, G. DAVIES,   ���   manager.  I       Near McNeill's Feed Store.  CAPITAL,   ^ll000,0OO--$41866,666.66  Reserve Fuii(U365,000��$l,776,333.33  London England.     H. STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELIY1SLY, Inspector. Montreal.  Brandies ami aireuls in all the principal cities of Canada arid the United.States,  and currcspoiiileiils in all parts of the world.  GREEIXWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  OOOOOOOC-OOOKKKWC^KKKKHXKKK^  00<>0<>00<XK><>0-CK><><>0-O0<><>00-CH>0�� ClO<>CH>0<>0<>00<><><><>0<>0<>0<)0<>00<>  ^:THE:^  Copper Street.  sons who have had' tlic impertinence to i -oo<><>o-o<KX><X>o<XK><>^^  <K><H>0<X>0<KK><><>0<M>0<>0^  write the C. C. may govern themselves    "��� " "  accordingly.     The chief commissioner  says :    "Replying to your letter of the  7th inst., I   may  say with reference to  the  further construction   work on the  West Fork road, that I  have seen Mr.  Killeen and it is my intention to put in  all necessary  bridges  this winter and  complete the road in the early spring."  There is food for congratulation in  the C, C.'s proclamation. Let us first  congratulate him upon having seen  Mr. Killeen. The people of the West  Fork were promised a view of the able  superintendent at intervals of two  weeks during the last six months, but  he came not. It is well that Mr. Wells  has been able to see him." Mr. Wells'  intention is a good one���he is a gentleman of good intentions.Let us hope that  this.-, good' intention may not meet the  fateofisimilar good intetiou of which the  same distinguished gentleman was possessed. Then just think, the people of  the West Fork are going to enjoy the  luzttry of bridges and the road is to be  completed in early spring. The C. C.  is now so enthusiastic about completing the West Fork Road that no time  is going to be wasted. Early spring  is not considered quite to best time for  roadmaking but what's the odds, the  road is going to be built.  It is presumed that since the chief  commissioner, intends completing the  road in early spring, he will endeavor  to check the epidemic of road making"  which is prevalent in other parts of:  East Yale district. He will remember  that.the sum. of $27,250. was voted for  this district on the distinct understanding that the West Fork road would be  built out of this appropriation; It  Would be well to "call a half so that  there will be funds to complete the  West Fork road in early spring.  Anyway the road is: going to be built  and Killeen is coming. Who can  doubt it, since the chief commissioner  has said so!  MEALS AT ALL  HOURS  PK1VATIJ  ROOMS   FOR  LADIES.  TKY OURCOFF"* E  %  harles R. ^Pittock,  *  *  r.  sps?j?j?j?j?j?j?j*.'***���:<'s?:*?tf'tf'tf'i? a?,ss-"}sfj?'g?-j?j^jpjfj?*?***!. ,- .  �����������*��������� ������^���������������������^^������t^*^  HALLBEBG  Begs to announce that he  has purchased the "stock of  T- Q. Butler' and will open  up in a few days with a  complete stock of  HARNESS  and SADDLES  ������*���--" and -everytbingH:hat-=is to-  be found in a first-class  harness shop.  Call on him for prices.  Repairing-'-cf-all Rinds  ��  �����  ��  *:;  ��  ���  ta  *  ���if  *  %  **  V  s  ��  V  1  i?  .��  *��  g*  Y  ���*  V  %  ��  y  X  *  ���;���  $  ��  V  %  *  Y  :!(  V.  &  Done,  ABEL hal  COPPER STREET.  C4********W*^*^*^C*C*****��**��*C^  ys* c*/��� ^/V v?6 ti$C t^�� tjt i��ft t7*y ^k y*% v1v ^f* t&m i��& &*  PACIF1C BLOCK,  *   Copper St.  FRESH FRUITS,  CONFECTIONERY,  CIGARS  and T0CACC0S.  Agent for the delicious  Hazelwood Ice Cream   Cosv Parlors.  Is  1ft  fc  "ft  fc  fc  1ft  fe  1ft  "A  V.  %  *     9ft  jS,^J?^"J?i^"K'��<,^,S��'SP^"^'8fS��"^,jf*  Don't forjret the plac�� in  the   Pacific  block next to Windsor Hotel.  ���Vk  Oreenivood  0  ���^      "^  Iftlft  'ftlft  Aft  ^ * ^ Calgary Betr. it  %1ft  R GRIEGER, Manager.  �� - . , *  ��  *  -��  *��  - *  e " ��� .  ��  Is now in full swing.    Try our  BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from  the  beds.    Strictly  fresh  aud of good quality.  .P. Burn? $ go,  A   carload   of   Dressed   Poultry   now   en   route :for  Thanksgiving.    Send us your orders at.once. ":. ''*'������  <<,<"\��l~\>l��\<t~\~tt^  DEALERS IN  V4/  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���^���^*^J^tH*^t^*t*tt*t^t^^^  COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.  ���j��.{��j����j��j��}��J��J����j��j��J~t*"��J*��^^  En route.    Orders now taken for future delivery.  The cleanest and freshest stock in the city. Hazelwood  and Chilliwack Butter, Nabob Tea, R.-L.-C. Go.  famous Mocha and Java Coffee always in stock.  A  Of Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slippers, One Dollar only  for any pair of Low Shoes in the house. See .display-  in window.  .1. un..U^^^*^fLg.-WLJ^W^>^m_j.wj.Ty. i1.il mi JJ-.j^^^qi. ml ili^jiM"].  SSST  ILF1ELD GO.  LIMITED.  I  4  Just received, consisting of Steel Ranges, Cook Stoves,  both Coal and Wood Heaters, Queens, Box Stoves, &c.  A long, cold winter is ahead of us. You may;as well  be comfortable and get a new Stove. - We also- repair  old ones. '���:.>"..  \1  hi  m  1 Ill  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Increasing Output.  Stop paying rent and buy a home of  your own down in the industrial end of  the valley.    MINERAL   ACT,  Considerable new work is being  .jttaV.t^-itihe: Goal Creek Mines with a  view to increasing the output says  the Fernie Free Press. Two new tunnels are being run, one on each  Bide of the gulch. The one on the  north side is nearly a mile below the  present workings and will be connected  by track with the tripple; men are already at work on the grade. It is the  intention of the company to tap the  aaam at several points along the grade  and tha cars will probably be handled  by ft small locomotive similar to the  ones now used on the coke ovens.  Thsre is also a rumor that the com-"  pamy intend building a much larger!  tipple .to;be   equipped   with   all   the ���  modern improvements to meet the in-. I ots 1 aud 2, Block 4, Map 34, a valuable  .   ,..-.-.������       ��� ! 1*   business  site,   situated   on    Government  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "LA PLAZA" Mineral Claim, situate In the  Kettle River, Mining Division of Yale District.   Whore located :   Providence camp.  Take Notice that I, John 1\ McLeod, Free  Miner's Certificate No. 11 54954 as atfent for  GearuoY. Miller, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B 65OO6' intend, sixty (lays from the (late hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, andei  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.*..  Dated this 21st day of October, A. D., 1902.  Last Ins. Dec. 24. J. P. McLEOD  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  NOTICE.  creased output  :FOTJND--rA: bunch of keys.    Owner  din, getC same'at    Boundary    Creek  Sea, Office- .:."''.'���   '."        '  FOR SALE.  Eight room house on Silver Street, Fisher's  ...addition;-Greenwood, B.C.. cheap lor cash,or  i: ion ea��j Urrns.   Alio Anaconda, B. C. property  i'jfpj:; wiie<;i. Address 'FRANK   MILLER,  2013  Mallon Ave., Spokane, Wash.  _,,_,.. ^ Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  "NICKLE  PLATE'! Mineral  Claim,  situate  In- the .Kettle. River Mining- Division  of  Yale District.   Where located :   About five  miles North of Canycn Creek and about two  miles West bi the Main Kettle River.  -���"T^AKE NOTICE tharwe. Charles Newman,  --1.'. N.E.Peterson and P. A. Llnberff, all of  ���'.Camp McKlnuey in the said   Division,  Free  Miner's Certificate Nos. B. 40.489; B. 40,447. and  j B.. 40,448 resaectively, intend, sixty days from  ����� the datt hereof, to apply to the Mining Rec-  . order for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining- a  Crown Grant ofthe  above claim, ���'������'..   ���'���'  Arid further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced  before    the  issuance.of such-Certificate of Improvements.  ',     ,. CHARLES NEWMAN.  ..'���J ,'-';;    NILS EDVIN PETERSON  PATRICK AXEL LINDBERG  Dated this 31��*t day of May, A. D. 1902.  ;,.... L*fjt Issue Npv. 30. r .  business site,  Street, Greenwood, near the Armstrong- Hptel,  ���will be sold by Public Auction to the ltigiiest  bidder, for cash, on Thursday, October 30th. at  11 o'clock a. m. The sale will take place upon  the premises. Intending-purchasers will satisfy themselves as to. title. The documents of  title may be seen at the office of  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  Barriste r-at-law.  Rehdell Building, Greenwood, B. C.  To GEORGE MTER, of the City of Grcenwood-  in the Province of British Columbia, Pros,  pector:  You are hereby notified that I have expended  $200.00 in performing assessment .work on the  ���'Jlanruahala" and "Paramatta" Mineral  claims, situate In Copper Camp, in the Kettle  River Mlninu- Division, Yale District, British  Columbia, aud the sum of $5.0(1 for recording-  the said work, the same being necessary to hold  tiie claims under the provisions of the Mineral  Act and Amending Acts, and if at the expiration of ninety days from the date of the hist  publication of this notice in the IJotiudary  Creek Times, you fail or refuse to com.riluite  your portion of such expenditure, namely the  sum of St-S.83, together with all the costs of  advertising, your interest in the said claims  shall become vested in your co-owners, pro  rata, according to their several interests there  in, in pursuance of the provisions of section 4  of the Mineral Act Amendment Act. 1900.  Dated  at Greenwood, British Columbia,  this  20th, day of October, A. D., 1902.  MIKE MORRIS.  NOTICE  TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE.  Notice is hereby given that at the next sit"  ting of the Board of License Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held-thirty days after  the first publication of this notice we Intend to  apply for a transfer of the license uow held by  us to sell liquor by retail at the premises known  as the Clarendon Hotel; situate on Copper  street, Greenwood, to Fred M.JMuini.  Greenwood Clarendon Co., Ltd.  W. O. Wright, Secretary  Engineers and Mine  Superintendants will find  it to their Interest to refer to ns when in need" of  anything In the Pumj  line. We make Pumps o*  every description for all  services.  Pump Catalogues and  Specifications' sent upon  reauest. We manufacture also Northey Gas and  Gasoline Engine���cheap��� tHE  handy���safe. Send for ���'  Booklet. .  CunllffeS McMillan. J  Agents at Rossland B.C.       w  Vancouver Engineering  iWorks, agents at Van-  ouver, B. C.  IS;  That is printing. When you want cheap nasty printing  send east for it. Our stock and work is always the best;  our prices are reasonable. The office now has power  presses and everything necessary for good work and  "pTFol^t^deliW  best workmen.  The boundary Creek Times.  w  T  r ^  m   r r T  ^  m  *  ���i^.i*i  r $  ><��x<mj.*��:*><k��<.*��^^  |  A List  of Firms Who  Are   Doing  Business  | Greenwood.  .Ch":--.:'^-***^^  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. FinucanE, ��� Manager.  THE BANK   OF BRITISH NORTH  AMERICA.  W. G. H. BELT,       -       -      Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Henry F. MytTon,        -       Manager.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  RENDER & CO.,  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings,  Boots and Shoes.'Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  THE MART.  Gaunce & Wickwire.  Real  Estate.    Money  to   Loan.  Life and Accident Insurance.  Fire  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.        Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS-  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited. ���  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HTJNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL--LAW--CATJLFIELD CO.,  LIMITED.  Dealers  in Hardware,  Groceries   and  Furnishings.  JEWELLRY-  MILLER BROS.  .Jewellers and Opticians.  S. BARRY YfflILL  Practical Watchmaker   and  Jeweller.  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C. v"^EMERADr  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  Fruits, etc.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood,- B. C.  DRUGGISTS.  J. L. WHITE,  Druggist,  Copper St.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for  storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp( city hall.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.  BEALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY, Limited.  George R. Naden,        -       Manager.  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estate.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :   "hallett."  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's  Moreing- & Neal's  Leiber's.   ���  r. u. HALLETT.  Greenwood,   '  s. c.  H. C. SHAW.  McLEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc.  Offices: "Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLeod.  ^uiUiiuuiUiUiiuiiuuiiuaiiiuuiauiiauuiiiiiaauiiiuuuiiiiiiaiUiUiiiiiiiUiuauuiUiiiiaiu  3  3i  For prices of lots and other  information address    Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre 01 the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining camps. Prom the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary, Creek camps.  STATIONERY, ETC  SMITH & McRAE,  Dealers  in  Stationery,  Blank  Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos,  Confectionery.  H. B. MUNROE,  Daaler in  Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,^  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,   Newspapery, Periodicals.  H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Periodicals.  ^ Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwoo d    ��  1    The James Cooper Mfg. Co,,    1  ��<���-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,1  MANUFACTURERS OF  -*{*���  I InaersoH'Sergeant  ������  lHaebinery**  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE 2  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM- 3  PRESSORS ... 3  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS --"3  OF ALL KINDS. ������  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. "-"3  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THE GEM RESTAURANT,  C. R. PiTTOCK, - Proprietor.  FURNITURE.  T. M. GULLEY & CO.  Dealers in Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleums, etc.  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and "  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,    ;      ; ;    B.   C.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Mock (next Customs office.)  ("REENWOOD, 15. C  B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  5^    Agents for The Bullock Diamond Drills. ,     tmmmmm___nm  S20?:. ��� :"> I?-���; r. jr. e. mcnally, Rossland, B. e. =5  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Portman & PorTman,       Proprietors.  In draft or bottles at all leading-  hotels.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "SILVER DOLLAR" Mineral Claim, situate  in tin*. Kettle River Miniiiu; Division of Yale  District. Where located : About five miles  North of Canyon Creek and about two miles  West ol the Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Charles Newman,  of Camp McKinuey in Hie said Division,  Free Miner's Certificate No. I! 4o,4S*J and Jacob  Peterson, of the same place, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 11.40,-U", intend, sixty days from  the date hereof,-lo apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May, A. D., 1002.  CHARLES NEWMAN,  JACOIi PETERSON.  Last issue Nov   30.  SOCIETIES.  (tfisi  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. Greiger, Manager.  Agents for Pabst  and  Calgary Beer.  Meets every Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in  their  kidpc room at tin: Wood Hall.     A cordial Invi  tation is extended to all sojourning brc'.hern.  W. Elson, X.O. A. D. Hallett, Rec.Seo  F re! Fire! W. A. Cliappelle, better  known .is "Old Cap," wilt act as Chimney Sweep, clean and set up your stoves  leave word at Pioneer Hotel or ().  I. C. New and 2nd hand store. /EH33   BOUNDARY   .CREEK   !PIMES  7S3SS  Last week a little daughter came to  the home, in Anaconda,B. C. of C.  Jensen, one of the* enginaers at the B.  C. Copper coiiipiinv'** ^inelter. On Friday a dantjIiU-i' u;is added to the  family of J. A. McKintion, hoi.**t engineer at Hit; Mother Loilo mine, and a  and a ft;\v days, earlier, George Ter-  huiK', also einployeil at the Mothe  Lode, weiooiiK-d his firstborn, a son  Mrs. Mi-Kinnon and Mrs. Terhtme are  daughters of Mrs. Iltit.shens, whose  husband w.is s;i];erinteiKlent of llio  Mother Lode for between twoaiid three  years. ���  Jack McSivaiii, a miner from Plioe-  ni.\, was badly injured hist night in the  Le Roi mine while working in what is  known as the Mulliinm raise, a raise  miming up from the 600 to the SUl).  While .working in this raise with a  couple of other men, the bar of a machine became loose and fell upon Mc-  Swain. The bar of the machine is  thought to have struck McSwain in  the head and face. What caused the  accident is not known. McSwain  was conveyed to the hos-pit.il and Dr.  Campbell sent for. He found the injuries to consist of a fractured head  and a badly damaged face. McSwain  is single and has been a me:nb.*r of the  Phoenix Miner.-' Union. He came,  from Phoenix about two months ago  an*j*| li.is worked ever .since at the Le  Rot. It is not certain whether McSwain will live or not, although the  doctors have hopes of his recovery.���  Rossland Min-r.  Ralph W. Trotter Coming.  Rev. Ralph \V..Trotter, of Columbia  will give an address at the first public  meeting of Greenwood Socialist League  No. 50, at the City Hall on Friday  evening, Nov. 7. A good musical pro-,  gramme will be ptovided. A special  invitation is extended to the. ladies.  Everybody welcome.  A. S  Embkkic, Sec'y.  "A  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "ROI! ROY" Mineral Claim, situated in tile.  Kettle River Miiiinir division of Yale District. Where located : Providence Creek  c.nnii, west ol and adjoining "Iron Mount*  ahi" mineral claim.  npAKU NOTICE that I, James Alexander  ���* Macdouold. acliiiL.'as ii'rent fur James J.  Warren, I'vev. Miners Ceriilic.ite No. 1J.YT360,  intend, sixty dnys [rum the date hereof to  np'ily to the MiniiiK lieconler for n Cortiflculo  oi  hniirovcmonts for the purpose of obtaining  t'lin'.n (irinii o[ the above clitim  Ami further tnku notifo tlitil action, tiiulor  Section 117, must be commenced lie'or'o' the  i.iNtiiincu of such Certi" into of Iiuprovemcnt.  Dated tills 22nil diiy of S:pleniber,A. IJ.,j902.  J. A. MACDONALD.  "Hi-lio, Hill.'' answer to the call ''advertise." Note us, theO. I. C.' New &  St'ooncl Hand Store, A. L."White & Co.  opposite A.  H. Sperry  Co.  NOTICE ,0F FORFEITURE.  To George Beardsleyiof Greenwood,-B.C..and  any! person "or persons "tc whom hejmay  have.have transfer! ed his, Interest In the  "US." ivilne'ril Claim, situate in'Skylark  Camp in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  YOU AUK hereby notified that  I have expended $205.00 In order to hold the'said  mineral   claim   tiuder  the   vrovlsimiR  of the  l Mineral Act, that you should contribute $102.50  as your portion of the said sum for vour undivided one half interest in said claim and if  w-ithiu'jO.days from the lirst insertion of this  1 notice von fail or refuse to contribute the sum of  $102.50 which 1p now due by yon, tojrcther with  all costs of s>dvertisitiuvyouriulcreKi In the'said  mineral claim will bcconie.the property of the  subscriber tinder section four of an Act .emitted  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act," WOO.  Dated at UrcenwOnd, 13. C, the 20th day of  September, 1902.       ROBERT DEMPSTER,  First insertion Sept. 26.  Last insertion Dcc.'26,  #��� *��" '& ^"^.d"  4  Is what ^hey-all .say^.-aboat  + .THE NEW GEM SAPETV  4��  Impossible   to  cut  the���'- face",-���-shaves  easily, quickly, and .cleanly, ,  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  =<^wiaa��at*SS3^  Connections with  Western Union Telegraph Company-  (22,Q(H) offices in U.S.A.] '..'"'  ���-AND���  Great iNorth-Wcstern, of Canada.  [2,00 offices In Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WQRLD.  J. C. HELM. Qflicc Mauatrer, Greenwood, B.C;  Tlit.EPIIONENO'. 12.  MINERAL.ACJV i  Certificate ^of- Improvements*  NOTICE.  TACOMA Mineral-claim situate in the Kettle  Kiver Miuiti|f.D.iyUipiico^-QsoyoosDistrict.  ...! AV.hereilbcated .; :VNear;*BQnj��d'vri;JFal'ls aiid  ...a��ljo'tylng the Do.a,tyKnp\v|.ratiie|rati<;laiiii.  /rpA'KE NOTICE thatJi Sy.^ii*ey:dii:''Jolinson  'J. ������: actingvasageh't'for ShutJtriJenteeii' Free  Miner's''Certlficater. No.'- B~4W99:'-:i.and t'Anuip  ClirlstetisotU-T-Fteev* Miir^r's^^Certlflcatd i No."  ���li'-. 154915,-,rf-lntehd: '��� sixty c-idhys'^roni : :ibe  date hereof, :to'r; apply'tb-t tHe'Mhiiifg-'Recorder  ibra Certificate of Ifttprbvisnients, for the; purpose -of -"olttiUniafr a crown grant of the above  clairii.���-"' '���'���:'- *���  '!    ���->-���-.���-"-���'---;-    ���  And further take notice that action, under  section- 37,.:must-',.be._commenced:��pefore.';the is-  suanceof such certificate of improvements.'  Dated this 6th day of July, A. D...1902.  ..Sept. 18. SYDNEY-M, JOHNSON,  CANADIAN  1 .��< > ��  �����������'��- �������� > '�����'  Mi  McLennan,   JMfFeely   &   Gompauy  Wholesale hardware Merchants,  Ci' \j idii  SliALS. STKXCU.S, l-KICB MAKKKKS,  PRISTIKO WHRrci.S, NDMIIEKINO.  MACIIINIiS, BAND DATING ASI) SUM*  HHHINT. STAMPS, CHECK PBKFOKAT-  .OKS, UUIIIIKK        TVI'E, I'KlNTJ.Ne  WANlttlVWlIP WORKS, Vancouver  Assets  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  . $304,568,063.49        Surplus .: . $66,137,170.01  MORTGAGE  SALE.  H. ALLEiyBEjRG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building, - - Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T.JKIPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 1211. Residence Tel. South, 801,  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCENIC  Direct route  f. J"*AST-;H'  Winnipeg-  Toronto  ;:-Ottawa  iMontreal   ,  :!sft'iTjphn   -;  ;Halif ax-/-  ��� Boston  Netv-.;York  aWEso* :  New Westminst;er  Vancouver  Victoria'1 v        *  Skagvvay  Davrp.on'  ..Seatfle'":,; .  Porfiaftd::v-,r.  -Sati-Frahciaco  ;  To Edward Nasli and William II. Asquitli,  both formerly of tlie City of Greenwood,  liritisli Columbia, Painters, and tci tlie  Consolidated Stationery Company, Limited.  I, GeorgeR. Naden, of the City of Greenwood  in liritish Columbia, JJrokur, hereby yivo vou'  notice that I demand payuient  of the sum  of  Two Hundred and  Kitrhty-live Dollars.  beinir i>riiici]>?il and interest due and pavable  . to me upon a certain inorlgraire. made bv'-voti,  the said Edward Nasli and William H. Aiquitii,  to ii-.e, dated the 27tli day of Februarr, 1901,  and registered at the Laud Heffistrv Office al  Kumloops on the tjtli day of March. 1901. in  Charge Hook, Vol. II, Folio 721. as No. 20K1I.  The lands  included  in  the above inorfyiige  are :  All those certain parcels or tracts of land sit-  ^uate^iit the District of-Y:ile,= i iisaid-Provi lice'i)f  liritish Columbia, and beiupr more particularlv  described as follows :  All that piece of laud situate in the Osoyoos  Division of Yale Di>trict and described as" Lot  fourteen (14) in Block thirty-two (32J in the  Town,of Midway, as the same is shown on the  map or plan of said Town deposited in the Land  Kcfistry Oflice at Kamluops and numbered  tii roe 1.3).  Also all that piece of land situaie. lvinir. and  beinir composed of J.ol twenty-Um'e '23; in  Hloclc **i." ac-coivliiiw i" :i map or plan deposited in the Land Key istry Ol'liceat Kanilooj s  and numbered forty-six ,-ili'���, of tln> suhdiviKioii  of |.arl of the ���'Maminnui" jiinera! 01:iiin" being-  Lot 879, in Group ',. on the official survuv of the  Rilid Osoyoos Division.  And also that pK-ei* of land situau-d in said  City of ("leeuwood, mid lieiny composed of Lot  eiyhleeu [l-*j in Block "N"," according to llie  plan of the subdivision of said '���Maniiuoiil"  Mineral Claim, deposited in the Land Kcfj-istrv  Ollice at Kumloops and numbered I'oilv-six  [46.1  Aud take notice that unless payment of the  said morta-aire money and interest's and costs  be made within three weeks from the lirst publication hereof, I will proceed, with or without  any consent or concurrence on your part, and  willioiil any furliiui- ii��lin* to you. to enter into  possession of tliesaid premises, and to sell aud  absolutely dispose, of thos iid lands aud promises, i-itlii-i- l.v public ain-U'ni or private sale, as  r. tile said Geerye \i. A'a-leii. mav deem proper,  either for tiisli oi upon such ti-fnis ol credii as  I mav lliiiik- proper, .md to coiivi-v am! asrure  the same vhee so : ,i!.i niiio i!m- p:nvha*.i,rs  thereof, as I  shall di.eei oraiipo':it.  Dated al  lir ri-imj.   ii. C.   till:- Huh dav of  October, A. I). I'iil2.  CEOHCK R. XAOICX.  HALLETT A SU.WV, "Morljr.iiroe.  Ho'iicitors for i\ioiitra;.'i'o.  Under and by virtue of tile powers contained  in the above recited niorl^raire, which will be  produced at the. time of sale, the above mentioned and dvscribei! lands mid premises will be  offered for sal ; by Public Aiu-iii.ii nt the post  Oflice in the Oily of Creenwood in llriiish Col-  tiMbia Oil Mon lav the Third dav of November,  I91'2. at the hour of Twelve o'ido'cl: noon.  On one of the lots in Greenwood, are :���.  house,  and paint  shop and a two room   shack,  and on  the lot ill Midway a shack.  Dated this 14th"dav of October. l')i��2.  (iKO. 1{. KA1JEN",  MOKTAOBK.  I*"��ir terms and conditions of sale, apply to  Hallett & Snaw, Solicitors for Mort^a^ee.  Greenwood. J!. C  Certificate of Improvements-  N'OTICli.  CORNWALL Mineral Claim situab* in the  Kettle Kiver Mitiiuir Division of Osoyoos  District. Where located : Abo-.u two  miles North cast of Camp McKinuey on  McCarren Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson  aciiinr 'f.s ajrent "for 1*. U.S. Stanhope,  Free Miner's Certilica'e- No. )J:'5;2_', inteiiu.  sixty days from date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Keconler for Ceniticate ol Inijiro\-e-  inents, for the purpose of obt.-iininu* a Crown  Grant ot the above claim.  And fnrther take notice that  actions,  under  section  j7.  must be commenced   before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of Jul v. A. D. 1W2  Sept. IS. *    SIDNEY M. JOHNSON.  P. O. BOX 296. "    '       '        - 'PHONE 179  OIL 3. mcpllan.$,%pj,':  WHOLESAL,E GRQCBSS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET iCIGAH CQ;, ��10isf LABELtCIGARS.  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA", BOQUET, OUR SPECIAL;,  _.,���,,EL JUSTILLQ,.-^^  Corner  Alexander Street and.Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  1  ���no- v, ;v  '��� -fTi T' ^ "r" 1 '"v,i!-' �����*���  flU is. %y _i.iLSi it>|l'V  J~*:3 7,B7  E. A. Sr-:'.'-l & Go's  "^'thieg  This    meritorious   brand   of   Tailor-made  Clothin�� has long since been tried aud proven.  'lis th.2 b.-jst rnTi", ?..��*-*. cm*, ��� bsst fini<-r*<'fj,: a..d  the best v<i!i 5 .1 i.\; up.ii.n.on.  look for this guarantee label in  the |>.03k3S; of the  ���: .7"'  E. A.  Small & Co.,.are i lunders in Canada of  T&iloi'tv.ade Clothing roady-to-wear.  ij-^aiggafe-sg-  ���4/H:j:YAl!3^"^0*^-.v'^  4&$  Ct.OTHi-:-..j  Ri5lir:EH��0  Sale by P. IU. Seorge $ ���0.,  GREENNWO0D, B. C,  From Fort William, the favorite-.summer .route :fpr all eastern ;ppints'.  Via; Soo^Liner  For.^t.iRauif..Diiluth^Sa.dltStei Marje  :.?���" '     ' '''"���CKitag&iietc';^'' "'.���"'!*:'.'���''������  Through-Tourist Sleeping Gars  QlJ-l^LeavesT-Onjiniore Junction  gJl���^ilj^or'Sff-';'; Paul iirajfl  Kootgnay Landing; Tuesday arjd'��afi  urday;f-i9r-r^9'ronfb'��*V|.ontreal a'hdfali':  easter.n.'poirits. "*'  Wp'<jPl*Xeaves   Reveistoke   daily  YT L-J I for Seattle and,Vancouver.  Through  booking's "td "Europe via  all Atlantic lines.  Prepaid;�� tickets ;<it los^jest rates issued  .from all-EuE6peaM-.countries. ���' '-'.  - ���      ���;���    -.^ v   it;' 1      '.'j- '���. ^ - ' ���  Complete Equipment  Unequalled iii the West.  For time tables, rates, and full .particulars apply to local agents-  E -REDI^TH, ^gientlr  ._ jGreenwopdyBiiC;  ^^tCARTER/        XL. J. CdYLE;  DP.A., Nelson.     G.P.A. Vancouver.  ������.-:���''*! 9V}"'\ s.."f-f��-.*.'"f 3<<.'  ���-r-.i!'",i'    ���y\,\     :i��r��"V  .;v.-:*!!���;:   V'i    Jr   ->.'!);'',  rvr*:'.  " "��� -r-t'  ;' >.����� ���.��?<��(;��' 'trivi-   "vt  *'..:J   lf<> rf-'MV.-   '(ifi \JrWi  \<L QLtfj "��*���������  i5"iy*^.*l'��i*f 9di ktm  ���'..waul Hash?, .t   %ti  '���.>   ?W'��   l*;iit    ff.Wrt1.  - :..:.-���    .J    -Mia    >���'    ���VM-i-tlJ'i'  .,.-.. n-;i ������;���.".'j'4-**'ti.'�� ���<.*lMi  ' Yon Will'wa'St tos"Be&a vMf  friend^. ^^r'i',,^hieirM^;*  They are inte^Jga*>��W!-3**��S'  and, cona.eq-ttfiittlyr--.jn   the  city a.nd.4i8tBptIwhere,Jtt)U  vtne:tfXi&^i'fMr.'-8fe.y��*; $#>  will cost you.arfffii&bgfi/-  dollars; mailed direct from  7 "this offi 6e"if6"any"|iaa"res��.  :*-~T   *'''V '���"  RerMbunrain. Kaiii^  ���Van��^y^. * '1. Co.  ��� "*      "��� " blr;^,i'-'-y'3.'.,.i,.*i s,a.j��-.>  The only all r^il_Kjirjg^^w^gopintB  east^-wesvands^iun^c^  son j-bQ^"id-*^^|pM|^|JinMJ^|K'-' Connects aMpbkaHi^ilwtn<lr'--'(^^nt Nor-"  ,thern, .NqrtliJ5)mrTFaeifietN:an!||'0. R. &  N. Co., for points east*;;.v<TjSJ.st and  south; connect^'SwI^^lildf^a Nel-  jon v^h^|?^j^rpgpa|i^^Y. ���;  V. Conne^ts'-'it-'&t^n^vriih^e.K. R.  andWCoj.^slp^n^lj:. J^^points.  Connects at Curlew w8th^t|ige for  Greenwood and Midway, B. ��f  Buffet cars run on  tr^inipDetween  Spokajie and Republic.      | j��g&^  .Effective Aug. 17thj 1^2-  ���IiBAfaj'S'l'   .. '   1'^SA.RRIVB  .r,__. .... i |*3ttSp. m.  0 p.m.  9:15 a. nir  10:30 a. m.  7:15 a. m.  "Spokane  Rossland  i;'- Nelson  11:07 a.m.   (Millers, Grat 1 j��S8 p. m  "   '���������'" Forks)  9.20;a.;m. ������;���.... Republic  -"';-;Hf^r J ACKSON^^  General ..'Passenger ii���k'  ��� ...--.. pi'., IT "        -^ ���  ���^Ji.  $��^*��*B^0^^M^|^^ i  ^f^H^MOH^^^  Is the last day upon which iaxe& c  be paid to save the rebate"lJd$l��  SIXTH off the ordinary i&JB M ttM  current year, , ,h<r ro^r    ��  Pay your taxes now m&mmmM  ���r:-v'T--:?;,-"'if-?j*55*i*>2?*,jP  ..���:���* ���-���'!.5--iiV'3?!.j;,j-c��.  City collector s office will be pi  from 7 ta 9 on- the seYeni^fiiith^  29tb 30th anA31st ?���        i  Collector!?  ���f9*V.A  I  i  3*. I  ��� !*'!  li  k  -Alii.'  M  m  I  .Ill  il'  m  31?  m  i  I  'If  1!  :H;.  ���  &  sir  u  '.'; ���*." <  t: t."  i. 5i  h 0  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  y~  Post Office Robbed Day Previous to Big Fire-^-Clerk has  Confessed���Several Hundred Dollars Taken���Postmaster Love's Sad Plight.  Following last week's desestrous fire,  with its record of "two dead and two  now lingering with little hope of recovery, Fairview has had another sensation.. Information received today  :;from.Camp McKinney is to the effect  'that on'Tuesday, twentyfirst instant,  the day before the fife, cash to the  ��� amount of about seven hundred dollars  was stolen from the Fairview post office, located in,thei store of John Love,  druggist. The matter' was placed in  the hands of the provincial police and  W.H. Uorman, of Vancouver, inspector  ofs post offices for British Columbia,  was advised of the occurence. The  fact that the money had.been stolen  was not made public pending the result of efforts to discover the thief.  Mear while suspicion fell upon a man  nanicl McClttsky, who was in Mr,  Love's employ as a clerk. Upon the  arrival of Inspector Dorman he closely  questioned McCltisUy, who eventually,  weakened and finally confessed not to  the robbery of the post office money'  but to other criminal acts including the  forgery of a.bank deposit receipt for  four hundred which had been entrusted  to him but never deposited. He has  since returned this money. McClusky  is now in gaol and there is strong  feeling against him as some connect  him with the recent fire.  Before entering Love's service Mc-  Clusky was employed for a while in the  general merchandise store of Shatford  and company, also at Fairview. He is  described as an ex-preacher and is  stated to have occasionally conducted  religious meetings at Fairview, at  which he preached to those present.  - It will be remembered that Mr. Love  was injured while]rescuing Miss. Hunt,  the housekeeper, from the hotel fire  last week. It is now reported that  worry about the loss of money and the  the excitement over the fire have to-  gether.so affected him that he has become insane. It is hoped, though, that  the loss of his reason is but temporary..  Doctors' Schon, Morris and White are  still at Fairview attending to the sufferers from the late fire. Miss Hunt is  in a critical condion and no hope is entertained for her recovery.  Mr." Birch is injured more seriously  than "was at first supposed. He is  being removed to the Vernon  hospital.  Mrs. Mathias is slowly recovering.  The properties of the new Fairview  Corporation have been closed and the  miners have all left there for Greenwood.  Pioneer Burned to Death.  William Edwards Meats    Death   in  Cabin at McKinney.  ���' Camp McKinney, Oct. 29.���Special  ��� to the Boundary  Creek Times).���The  cabin of William Edwards, situate in a  portion   of    the1   camp    suggestively  known  as Whiskey  Hill,  was burned  "this   morning   and  it is   feared   that  'Edwards perished in the flames.   The  "fire got too strong a hold  for rescue  to be possible even if it were certain  that Edwards was still in  it.    Besides,  ���it is-generally understood that there is  dynamite on the premises, so there wae  no disposition to get close to it. in case  ' of an explosion.  Edward,-who among other picturesque sobriquets has that of Red Dog  'Bill, was one of the old-timers of this  camp, his connection with it dating  from about eighteen hundred and  eighty-saven.     He long held several  * .mineral claims here, and. last month  received the proceeds of a sale of one  interest. . Since then he has been eu-  joying himself in characteristic fashion. HV was an old Cariboo placer  miner, and some highly interesting  stories are told of some of his eccentric  ��� doings years ago on those diggings.  There is still a chance that he is out  in the hills, but the general opinion is  that he has perished is the flames, for  although enquiries have been made all  over the camp, no tidings of his hav  ing gone out can be obtained.  Later���The charred body of Ed-  Wards has since been found in the  ruins. Coroner Foster of Greenwood  after having a report from Constable  Venner decided an inquest was unnecessary.  Alfred Knepper wss arrested at  Camp McKinney by Provincial  Cons  table R. B. Venner, on a warrant issued at the instance of Sub-Collector  of Customs G. F. Rose, of Cascade City,  charging him with having evaded the  Customp regulations in not having  paid duty, on a horse and saddle he  broeght across the boundary line from  Colville and sold in the 'province.  Accused was taken to Grand Fo.tks  and there appeared before two justices  FOR SALE.  Eight room house on Silver Street, Fisher's  addition," Greenwood, B.C.. cheap lor cash, or  on easy terms: Also Anaconda, B. C.-prope'rty  for sale. - Address FRANK MILLER, 2013  Malloii Ave., Spokane, Wash.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOHN COLLINS aud any  person or persons to whom he may have transferred  his  imeiests in the'"TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situate oh the West Fork of Kettle-River,  lying- North of arid  adjoiuintr   the  Knob  Hill .Mineral  clfiim   in   the  Kettle   River  Mining- Division of Yale District.  Yon are .hereby notified that 1 have expended  S102.50 in order to hold the'said mineral claim  under the provisions of the Ja'iueral  Act, that  you Should contribute $51.25 as your portion of  the Said .'sum  for your undivided one half interest in said claim and if within 90 davs from  the first insertion of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute the sum of $31.25 which is  now due by you, together with   all  costs  of  advertising-,   your   interest    in    said   mineral  claim will, become the property of the   subscriber under section four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act." 1900.  ..Dated at Greenwood, B.  C. the 23th day of  October, 1902.;: ���     . JOHN MATTHEWS.:  Last insertion Jan. 31st, 1903.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To A, BRANSON, 1). R. CAMPBELL,  D.  A.  CAMERON and an}- others concerned :" '.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and improvements on the "Boston".  "Toronto" and "St. Louis" Mineral claims,-  situate on- Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle" River, in the Kettle River Mining-  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recording the  same, such beliif? the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  pr.ovisloiisof the "Mineral Act' and Amending-  Acts;'and if at the expiration of ninety days  from���;_the date of the first-publication of this  notice in the Boundary Creek��� .Times you fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, namely. $230.50, together with al'  costs of advtrtisHipf,."your interest in said  mineral claims shall become invested in me  {your co-owner) upon filinsriu the proper office  in tliat-litslialf the uindavjt.reriiiin'.d bv Section.  4,of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900." :  Dated this 2Sth day of October, 1902.  . JOHN M. GREDEN.  .   Last puplication Jan. 31,1903.  * MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "MEXICO"   Mineral  Claim,   situate    in   the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.     Where located :    lit  Triple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B302C5, acting-as agent for John C. Farr, Free Miner's'  Certificate No. B505S2, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for-a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose jf. obtaining a Crown Grant of the above  claim.  :_ And.further; take notice that action,'.tinder  Vectiori"3", ntusf be'coiflihencedbefore^ the is--  sualice of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of September, A. D., 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L. S.'  Last issue Dec. 31st.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "MOGUL", "UTOPIA", "DENVER" and  "CHAMPION". Mineral Claims, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located ; Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No, B30265, acting as agent for Charles Dunbar Temple,  Free Miner's Certificate No IJ'443i, intend  sixty days from tlie dale hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants ofthe above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must 1<5 commenced before the issuance of such ceitilkatesof improvements.  Dated thisJOth day of September, 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  Last insertion Dec. 31.  MINERAL ACT  (crtificate of itnprovcrnents.  NOTICE  "MONITOR"   Mineral  Claim,  situate   in the  Kettle Kiver Mining DUUit-it of Yale District.      Where   located :      On    Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Keltic River.  ���"pAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  X      Free Miner's Certificate No. 15302''5 acting  as  agent for Owen Mellow,  Free  Miner's  Certificate No.  B742W, and Jacob Peterson, Free  Miner's     Certificate      No.       1540446,       intend  sixty     days    from   the  date hereof,, to apply  to the   Mining  recorder for a certificate of Iui.  provemeiits,  for   the   purpose  of  obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37,  must be commenced before (he issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Mill dav of September. A. D. 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  Last issue Dec. 31.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  notice;.  "HUNTER" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yule  District. Where located : Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Ccniiicatu No. I',3".2u5, acting  as agent for Owen Mellon. Free Miner's Certificate No. B74202 intend sixty  days from the tlate hereof to apply to 1I1V  mining recorder for a certificate of improve  ment for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.  And further take notice that action t..-.<Iet  cection 37 mist be commenced before thi> ia-  suance 01 such certificate of improvements  Dated this -Cih iiay of September, A. D-,  l'.'.-i  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  Last issue Dec. 31.  of tlie peace, Mr. Rose testified that  he had received from accused a written  undertaking to remit to him amount of  duty, but this he failed to do, consequently action was taken to bring- him  to account. Upon accused pleading-  guilty tiic magistrate took a lenient  view of the case and in Hided the minimum line of $50.00 and costs  Are you .using "Blue Ribbon   Ceylon  tea" ?  Ralph W. Trotter Coming.  Rev. Ralph W. Trotter, of Columbia  will give an address at the first public  meeting of Greenwood Socialist League  No. 50, at the City Hall on Friday  evening, Nov. 7. A good musical programme will be provided. A special  invitation is extended to the ladies.  Everybody welcome.  A. S. Embree, Sec'y.  Cr*  Cr*  Cfr~  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  <��*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  &  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*-  Cr*  Cr*  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000  $8,000,000.  President.   Lokii Stkatiicoxa. and Mount Roval,  Vice-President:    Hon-. Gicokok A. DmiMMOsu,  General Manager:    K. S   Clouston.  New York, Chicago.  j   All The Principal    I  'l Cities    in    Canada. '  Branches in London, Itog.  Iiuy and sell Sterllnt.' Exchange and Cable Transfers ; ("rant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part'of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FtflUCANE, Manager.  >=��>  *=J*  *--�����  N=9  TmMMMMMmMmmmmmmmMMmM  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  Copper St.    Greenwood,  I If li Sine I i!M  -*.' ���-.      ���.  ��  ���;' Now received on day of *-.  �� issue. 5?  3? w  jj[   Subscription 31.00   per   month.-  %  "*'      Delivery in central district.       **.-���  "ft    .      -       -^   i!'  I    H. A. HE & CO.     1  * AGENTS. i  saBawLfrw^vsx&simssssHsm&MinmmsBQBieiBfi  S3f*S*>  ITTTTTUI?  CARPETS1��� 1  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE!  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels  and  finest    g  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  1  VICTORIA. B. C. I  l^muiM^f ���> jm law -m?* JJ'-i -ua-ff'I HHI If J U UW VTiTITiri r  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "1JRUC10". "XORTI-I END", "JUBILEE",  "PRIDE OF PERTH FRACTION"  "MAGNETImE" ami "FOG HORN'  Mineral Claims, all- situate in the Kettle  River Mininu: Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In Graham's Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  airent for J. C. Haas, Free Miner's Certificate No. B41913. and Sydney M. Johnson.  Free Miner's Certificate No. JJ41731, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grants of the auov.. claims.  And  further take  notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of August. A. D., 1902.  I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  BURNS and BURNS FRACTION Mineral  Claims situate in the Kettle River Minintr  Division of Yale District. Where located:  in Deadwood Camp.  TAKE   NOTICE     that I. Isaac !. Hallett  as airent for Francis J.   Fitincanc.   Fre.-  Miner".*      Certificate       No.       1340367,     intend  sixty     days     from   the date   hereof, to appl\  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Ini  provemeiits.   for the purpose of   obtaining-  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And   further tak>-   notice that  action   undei  i section 37. must  be commenced   before the is  ! snail*:** of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 2"nh day of Julv, A. D.. 1902.  1 l.'il. HALLETT.  -PS  sis  m  m  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Assttr-  Co. of London, .England.  The Western Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  auce Co., of Toronto.  The  Canadian   Birkbeclc  Investment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  ��$  w*��  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ;,V'J'    PORTMAN' & PORTMAN  ASK FOR  r\  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try-  It ! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Wc beg to announce that we  have disposed of our Jewelly  business to Mr. A. Logan. Wc  desire to thank our many iriemls  for their liberal patronage during the six years we have been  in business in Greenwood and  ask for our successor the same  kind treatment that has been accorded ourselves.  OF MUNROE'S  THE BEST LINES i*M  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  *  ��  ��  o  -a  *  �����  a-  Ik  it  St  and CIGARETTES 1  "Newspapers,      Periodicals        a  Stationery. ?  | A Full Line Choice Candy  September 20th, 1902.  H. B- MUNROE  '&   Copper Street.  Greenwood.  is  a  o  c-  ��  ft  ��  ift��*a*w3iw��*-**S.fi.v��.��w��StC-ft*����a THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  IN YOUR PARLOR, DINING ROOM OR KITCHEN  APPROPRIATE  0<>0<>0-0<X>0-0-00-OCK>0<><><>0<>-00  6  kb "������v^/!<>T'^;-p!'rv:'!;A"v;'''   '���'.. ���������*...  x^L^W^J^'K" ri- *!��� '��� /*  '" ���*tX'1 ���''?"��� "o'V-'j'���'���*��� i   '*"��� "'���������" '��� '.  ,e#v   ������*������    .  j  To suit your surroundings, we sell at reasonable  prices. An excellent line is selling* for 20 cents, a  better line at 25 cents and 30 cents, neat an attractive gilt at 40 cents, ingrains at 60 cents, etc. etc.  We have just what you want. It is never any trouble  to show you our goods, even when you don't buy.  Call and see them.  The preliminary hearing in the case  of John A. Manly, charged with oom-  plicity in the Columbia Hotel fire, has  been adjourned for ten days pending  tlie arrival at Grand Forks of E. P.  Davis, K. C, who has been retained to  defend Manly. A. M. Whiteside of  Greenwood is conducting- the prosecution.  The Canadian Pacific Railway company is anxious to secure city water  for its tank at the Greenwood station.  The company has offered to lay a pipe  from Kimberly avenue along- Louisa  street to the tank at its own expense  and pay $200 per annum for the water.  The city will probably continue the  service along Church street to Louisa  street.  Gorgeous  Display of....  Books,  Paper,  Photo Supplies, JStc.  <KH-><}0O-0<>O<X"<K><>0<"<^  LOCAL   AND   PERSONAL.  Do voti use Blue Ribbon Tea ?  J. A. Schubert lias opened a  general  store at Hedley Cit;:.  The   fireman   are  giving   a dance in  the city hall this evening.  J.  J.   Campbell  of  the Hall's Mines  smelter was in the city this week.  S. T. Larseti and wife of Rock Creek  were visitors to tlie city this week.  Ralph Smailes of Rendell & Co. paid  Grand Forks a business visit this  week,  Geo. Artluis Reudell of the Eholt  Trading company was in the city this  week.  Thos. Berry a rancher from Rock  Creek was brought to- the Sisters'  hospital on Thursday evening by his  partner Peter Fletcher. Mr. Berry is  dangerously ill with typhoid fever.  Severa: of the Juveniles were actors  in v military drama presented to a large  and appreciative audience in Miller's  hall on Wednesday evening.  ��� Have  you  tried  the oys'er cocktails  at the Clarendon ? ���   '   ���   ���  At a meeting of the city council on  Monday evening it was decided to extend the water works along Long Lake  street to the new school. Men are at  work under the supervision of city engineer Johnson digging the trenches.  The pipe is being manufactured by  Stack and Oliver. It will be wire  wound wooden pipe. The work should  be completed in two weeks.  Have you  tried  the oyster cocktails  at the Clarendon ?  $10 REWARD.  For the return of a Buckskin mare  and a dark Brown Mule mare, travelling together. P.'BURNS & CO.  J. Frank Hemenwa}* of the Granby  Mines who is leaving for Arizona  shortly has been presented with a complimentary address and a purse of gold  by the employes of the company.  F. J. Fhiucane, manager of the Bank  of Montreal, visited Spokane this  week.  Ralph Haron, the well known commercial traveler visited G-reeuwood  this week.  G. O. Guise the Westbridge merchant was among this week's visitors to  the city.  J. W. A'stley, superintendent of the  Snowshoe mine was a visitor to the  city this week.  Jos. Ctioate, superintendent' of  bridges on Ihe C. P. R. was in the  city this week.  H. "E,. McDonnell, general freight  agent of the C. P. R. visited .Grcen-  wood this'week.  A meeting of the Press Association  will be held at Halcyon Hot Springs  on November 9th.  Geo. H. Collins has sold an interest  in the Tarn O'Shauter mineral claim  to H. F. Mytton and others. The Tam  O'Shanter is situated in South Dead-  wood camp and has a vein of high  grade ore.  Good progreas is being made on the  new school building, the only delay  being occasioned by lack of material,  some of which is to come from the  coast. Should this arrive promptly  the exterior of the building will be  completed in ten days.   On Tuesday morning by Rev.  Father Bedard, John Jackinan of  Anaconda was united in marriage to  Miss Maggie Wisted of Rock Creek at  the R. C. church, Greenwood.  Several parties are going up the  West Fork on a limiting trip next  week. It is satd-that since the country  is deserted on account of the non-construction of the West Fork road that  deer are plentiful. It's, an ill wind  that blows nobody good.  The diflis-uHy at the Morrisey Mines  has been settled, the company and the  men have settled their differences.  C. R. Gilbert, superintendent for the  Board of Fire Underwriters paid  Greenwood an official visit this week.  For sale the finest fi foot show cases  in the hind. 2nd Hani A. L. White  & Co.  Mrs. McArthor i..f P,ulT!o N. Y. :tr-  jive'd here on Monday on a visit to her  daughter and son Mrs. J.J. Caul field  and C. J. McArther.  Mirk Chiistensen has moved his  family from the ranch below Boundary  Falls to his home in town so that the  children may go to school.  "-Fran lcLe wis'lias"re: tit fried "IfTom the  south with several horses and rigs-for  the new livery stable which Banner-  man.& Lewis are opening. The firm  has leased a lot on Greenwood street  below the Clarendon aud will erect a  large stable there immediately.  Greenwood was visited by a partj- of  C. P. R. officials on Saturday last. .The  party included R. Marpole, superintendent of the Pac'K'i division, H. J.  Canibre, W. Downiv. superintendent of  the C. & W., R. A. Brainbridge aud  W. F. Ariinstead. They came in on  Mr. Marp-ilii's private car and visited  the big mines and the smelters.  00<KK>0-CK><>0<><X>0<>CK>000000<><>0  i/ir  Wanted.  A girl cook to and assist at  housework for family of two. Wages  $20 per month. Apply to Ralph S.  Root, Midway B. C. .  S75-161S0���$200���Pianos for sale or  rent. A. L. White New and 2nd hand  store opposite A. H. Sperry Co.  E. W. BISHOP  All the Leading Styles including several exclusive  creations at sensationally low prices.  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction puar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood'  THE NEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,     Manager.  ELECENCE AND EXCELLENCE IN APPROVED  Fur  Fashions  HIGH-CLASS KNIT UNDERWEAR  JUST RECEIVED.  COLD WEATHER FOOT WEAR.  t  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  Hunter-  LIMITED  EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY WITH US.  A large variety of fancy patterns in French Flannels and  Bordered Cashmeres.  A complete assortment of the Corticelli Art Embroidery  Silk now in stock. , X  --���Received today���.a--shipment-"���"of~Flannelette=tJnderweir-'v'y"  For this month's selling ���-- <��  H. J. Kirkl.tnd was in the district  fo several days this week, the guest  of W. H. Ferris. J. P., of Midway.  Mr. Kirkland is a prominent catiner at  L:it!ner, B. C.  Help! Help! fix up this D--- old  stove, "Nit" says I, "Trade it of to 2nd  Hand White or get'Old Cap* to set it  up."  Jas. Lawrence Nelson, R. H. Carlov,  Nelson, H. H. Welch, Victoria, T. R.  Klla, Vancouver, A. A. Saudeman,  Montreal, were among the commercial  men who visited the city this week.  <�����.���.;  We Have Arranged, Some Unusually Attractive I    Bargains. |  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK COMPANY,  LIMITED. |  GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GREENWOOD, B. C. 2  ���w��-.:"X*->:*-.H"X":<-^^^^^  oooooooooooooooocooooooooo  Harness  Neck broke, eyes out. house upside  down. "Old Cap" will clean your  chimney etc. etc. Leave word at  Queen's Hotel or O. I. C. New & second  hand store.  Xj-y""  O  0  O Delicious    Peaches,    Plums,  p Pears and Apples at prices  that  2 are  right   for   preserving ;   also  9 Tomatoes.    You  can't do better  (5 than to buy from us.        ii  O  % ^  2 ^"^  O ���  O Wholesale and Retail Dealer.          6  6 Copper Street, Greenwood,   a  ^ o  OCK><X>00<K>00<X>CX>0000-00<>0<>0-0  I AND ALL KINDS OF  *"���      HORSE GOODS.  Special prices to Greenwood customers.  -g Mail orders promptly  attended to.  We have just received a fine lot  Including  Double Hyacinths,  Single  Roman        "  Narcissus,  Crocus,  Tulips RainbowMixture  Chinese Sacred Lily,  Plant them uow and they will bloom for  Xitias.  % C. Kibite,  Druggist and Optician  0<XX>(>0<X>00<K>00<>000000<><>00-!>  1 Pm, Ciiflfie    i  .�� Well heated rooms at moderate  J* prices.    Also   first class board  y by day or week.  ��       THE SWAYNE HOUSE,"  i* Silver Street,  f. Greenwood.  SCHOOL  ft  ��  We have just received a fine line of  new harness and all parts of harness,  saddles, bridles, spurs, whips, snaps,  etc. The O. I. C. New & 2nd hand  sto re, A,L- White & Co,  ���m  and supplies can be-procured  ���  at right prices at 2  ft  *  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  31ft ���� goles,  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.  Phone No. 33.  -,*  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��#ft��ft*��������e��<-����ft����f����fe����$


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