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Array 4tv  <  /^'Ugislat/^^  ^  %  OCT 4   1904     �����<  V*7,  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. 1 RIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30 ll>04.  No. 5  COMPANY,  LTD.  See Our Collectio  FALL COMFORT  EACH  freight brings its contribution of new fall  goods.  We are prepared, better than ever before,   to  meet  all   the  rc-  ���   quirements of a. comfort loving" community.  WE   ARE   RIGHT   ON  HOSIERY  A new stock of Infants', Children's,  Misses'  and  Ladies cashmere and  heavy all wool hose.    Bought right,  they will be sold right.  FLANNELETTE  NIGHT GOWNS  Fancy and plain, in blue, pink and  white.. Also exceptional values in  flannel and flannelette niece goods.  LADIES' P CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR  WATSON'S unshrinkable wool, in all sizes from  the smallest infant's to the largest out size for women.  Also combination sui^s.  We have the best line of  win- j Waim Dresses for little Misses  ter   weight KIMONO'S   ever ; serge and cashmere. All colors.  shown here.    You  are invited !��� Prettily. Trimmed.      Also   in  to look them over.'. Flannelette.  HOME Carpets, Linoleums, Window Shades, Syrian and  Smyrna Rugs, Lace Curtains.  FURNISHINGS   SPECIALS in Jap Matting and Art Squares. '  ||! e^,^��� NEW���-- H  1 Fall Goods Arri  ^jj We are showing the (IT f  ���;��� nicest line of all- \* k I  j^J wool clothing-at^.S" | V A I  ^25 everbroughtin town \)    \J,\J\,  Fall and winter under  wear ranging from..?''*  a suit. The Wolsley at a  55.50 a suit.guaranteed "  theS^  2S fllinrn   -^ n*ce ^ne of  Slater's  Invictus  Shoes  2s XrlllrX   Just  "*'   w^^c^  we   cau hi^uly  recom-  -3-0liULU  25eod, _atid jit prices  to  suit  the  times.  ^ Stetson Hats best quality from S4.00 to S5.50.  ^3 In shirts, collars and cuffs we carry a neat ran;  33 W. G. & R. goods, ��T  1RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CMMtell  ! AMERICAN SHOE  Rich's Famous  "Julia  Marlowe"  Lace Oxford  Simcs, fine  Kid Willi  With or Without "Elastic Instep'  THE OENUINE HAVE THE NAME ON EVEBV SOLE.      "  ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTES.  2? $3.25  4��  * Original  fjuia  * Marlowe'  % LaoBotc  I instep  % $5.00  * =====  I THE NEW "JU1LIA MARL0MS'5 LACE  4�� BOOT WITHOUT ELASTIC INSTEP % . 50  4�� :   "** We announce with great pleasure that we are the  *** exclusive agents of this famous make ol line shoes  '*      and have in stock a varietv of the best stvles.  4��  4��  4��  e, Agents for Mason & Risch pianos.  4.4.4.4. .fr*********^********?'-?*  RENBELL & C  reets W^es  JVew YbrA Capitalists Interesting in Montreal and 'Boston Consolidated Mining & Smelting   Company   Visits   the   Boundary,  Represent Much   Wealth���'Banquet Tendered by A. A. cMiinroe  sfc  X  New York and Greenwood were  brought together on Wednesday even-  in jr by the arrival of a party of Gotham  business men who arc interested in the  Montreal and Boston Consolidated  Mining- and Smelting Company. They  travelled across the continent in ihe  private car "Twilight." The New  York Central was used to Chicago, the  Burlington to St. Paul t lie Great  Northern to Grand Fork* and the  C. P..R. to Greenwood. They came  here at the invitation of Messrs.Muuroe  & Munroe who were instrumental in  successfully floating the big consolidation. The hosts did everything in  their power to make the trip a pleasant  one. Geo. Armstrong, from Munroe &  Muuroe's New York.office, came along  with the party and encomiums lavished  upon him by the members of the party  upon their arrival here was an indicator of the success which attended  his efforts to provi-.lfl comforts for the  guests.  It was a jolly crowd who reached  Greenwood \V :dnesc!av night They  were all boys from Col. Plummer, the  the venerable ;le;in of the parly, to  "Handsome  Harry"   froir   the plains.  ACROSS THE CONTINENT.  They thoioughly enjoyed the trip,  they fairly revelled in the pure atmosphere of the west after living between  skyscrapers in New Yoik and Boston.  The weather was perfect all the way  across but the acme of perfection in  this regard was readied in the Boundary . But tlvey' Yv'ere out here for more  than a good time. They represented  their own and other people's interests,  and they came to examine the properties of the Montreal and Boston to satisfy themselves that their money was  well invested and to assure their friends  by bringing home good reports. The  sum of money involved in the consolidation is necessarily a large one and  this is the first time.any of the heavy  stockholders visited the company's  properties. The visit means much for  the Boundary. The men who are here  represent seme of the best financial  houses in New York and Boston, and  judging from the expressions which  fell from the lips of prominent iiieii of  the party at the banquet on Thursday  evening, the interest of neither Montreal and Boston nor the Boundary will  be jeopardized by the visit.  THOSE WHO CAME.  But the banquet is another story.  Those who came across the continent  to sec and invest were under the fatherly charge of Col. John H. Plummer,  retired millionaire and prince of good  fellows. He looked gay and debonair  after chaperoning so many restless  colts. He freely acknowledged the  good conduct of the older members of  the party, and claimed that the young  men, like Senator Werner Miller and  Mr. Charles Macdoiiald, were responsible for all his trouble. Co' Plummer  is a director of the Montreal and  Boston. He is enthusiastic regarding  the properties of the company and the  Colciiel's    ciitliusia.su!    is     infectious.  Senator    Werner    Miller     has    seen  many   years  of   service  in   the   U. S.  House of Lord...... Hi; represented  New  York in the Senate but a few years  ago retired from active politics. He is  no stranget to British Columbia or the  Boundary. He invested in Biitish  Columbia mines some years ago and  also in Republic. The Senator is associated with many of the big financial  magnates of New York, Mjme of whom  are interested or desire to become interested in the Montreal and Boston.  PLUMMER'S COLTS  Charles Macdoiiald is a retired civil  engineer whose success ,-is a bridge  builder is known all fiver the world.  He also knows something of British  Columbia because ne was associated  with Andrew Oiiderdonk in the > (instruction of the British Columbia section of tin- C. 1'. K'. Like many another good man who lias helped to give  the    United    States    a    reputation    for  successful business men, Mr. Macdoiiald was born in Canada, near Kingston,  Out He now makes his home in New  York.  Dr. A. 15. Margoris is one of the successful medical men of the banner  state. He comes from Brighampton.  This is not his first experience in mining'as he has been largely interested  iii mines in Mexico and elsewhere in  the west, and has made many trips  westward in connection with his mining interests.  Geo. Armstrong attained fame before he made a reputation as personal  representative of Munroe & Munroe on  the trip across the continent. He is  one of the best amateur golfers in the  United States. Like the" majority of  the party he is Scotch, with this difference, some of the visitors can successfully conceal the fact, Mr. Armstrong  cannot. He is connected with Munroe  & Munroe's New York office.  BRIGHT YOUNG MEN-  Quincey Ward Boese is a splendid  type of the young American who, during recent years, has demonstrated  that youth is no barrier to success. He  is one of the leading attorneys of New  York and looks after the legal business  of the Montreal and Boston on the  other side of the line.  Louis G. Whicher is another of the  bright young- men of the party. He  comes from the banking firm of  Joes & Whicher, who are prominent  members of the stock exchange.  Dr. Home- Giboney is physician to  the Waldorf-Astoria hotel and has interested himself in Western mining investments.  F. A. Fish is another of the directors  of the Montreal and Boston. He is a  member of the banking firm of Geo. A.  Massor. & Co. Mr. Fish's firm' is  heavily interested in copper investments.  FROM BOSTON.  W. F. Bartholemew represents the  Boston News Bureau, one of the big  financial journals of the east. Boston  is the home of the copper investors,  and the Boston News Bureau is their  ���organ."���������������-���-���������-:---^^i._.z^--^.-_-.,^-.^li.-.!i_^  Joseph H. Cody is another bright  Bostonian the wit of the party during the trip across the continent. But  behind the "Sunny Jim" smile is a  shrewd business capacity necessary in  the representative of the big banking  firm of Hayden, Stone & Co., who are  big dealers in copper securities.  G. A. Shaw represents a New York  banking' firm Keach, Lowe & Co.  Willis W. Russell who is a  replica of Henry Cabot Lodge  represents the American Playing Card Trust. His company  commands millions of capital  some of which is likely to  find its way into British Columbia.  Rdward Lyndon is a well  known electrical engineer and  W. R.Mitchell.is a young niin  ing engineer with good connections. He represents a  number of investors including his father in this trip  and as he has the technical  knowledge of mining his report will be awaited in Gotham with considerable interest.  Last but not least. A. Gra-  ham is bright newspaper  man. His paper is "The  Courant" published at Hartford, Conn.  SMELTER BLOWN IN  The private car Twilight with the  party on board reached here about  eight o'clock Wednesday evening.  They were welcomed to the Boundary  by A. A. Munroe. They went down  to the smelter at Boundary Falls that  evening and found one furnace running full blast. The furnace was  hlowd in Wednesday morning. Since  the consolidation was successfully  ac  complished, superintendent Collins of  the company's mines systematically  went to work to get the various properties on a permanent shipping-basis.  The Brooklyn. Stem winder, Rawhide,  Athelstan, and Sunset were all overhauled, shafts were straightened and  other improvements carried out. From  the outset the management announced  that everything would be in readiness  to blow in the smelter on October 1st.  This date was anticipated a few days.  Regular shipments are coming to  smelter from the various mines and  the second furnace will shortly be  blown in. This will be followed by a  third and fourth. The capacity of the  smelter will be increased from time to  time and with a converter plant added  the company will then be in a position  to treat its ore at the lowest possible  cost.  The visitors inspected the smelter by  electric light. Superintendent Welch  and manager Pemberton were kept  busy showing the various parts and  answering questions.  Thursday was a day of rest for the  majority of members of the party.  Thursday night they and a number of  Greenwood citizens were guests of A.  A. Munroe at a complimentary f"1"  quet given at the Imperial. .  THE BANQUET  No better method of bringing New  York and Greenwood closer together  could have been suggested. The 6\n-  ner was .exciille_nt, excellently cooked  and excellently served, the speeches  were all in a happy vein and there was  a splendid feeling of good fellowship.  The speec hes of the evening so far as  the mining industrj' is concerned were  made by Messrs. Hodges and McAllister both of whom stated that the ore  was low grade but the values were  sufficient to insure an absolute and  permanent profit and the amount of  this profit depended solely on the  quantity of ore mined and treated.  Mr, Munroe presided. To his right  was Col. Plummer who acted as .oast  master; to his left Chas. Macdoiiald  and seated around the festive board  were the jisjtors from New York and  the following local people, A. M.  Whiteside, Dr. G. M. Foster, W. B.  Wilcox, Phoenix, M. Brookes, W. G.  Gaunce. J. K. McAllister, E. G. Warren, A. B. W. Hodges, J. P. Myers-  Gray, H. F. Stow, W. G. McMynn,  Duncan Ross.  The menu card which was indicative  of the various properties of the company follows:  "CARD OF GUID THINGS"  OYSTRRS���lilac Points.  Ciinsommk Kovai. ;i la "lli'unklyii  liKKAIIKII   PlI.I.KTT OP   llAI.IWT  "Kleinwiii'lur" Potatoes  'Rawliidi'"' Tomatoes.  Saltcrd Almoinls  I i I'll AST  Celery  Sliced Ciiciniiliois.  "Moiitazimia" Olivus.  ISkazkii '���Atiiki.stan'  PlIHASANT  Au.x ClKiiiijiiirtiiui.  Smultkb Omi-xkttk a la ���'Iloiimlary I'alls"  I'ki.mi: Kills ok III'.I'.I' "A Jack   Pot  "Clown Silvtr" Tvkkhv    "Sunse!" J UM,v  WiniMMcn Potatoes  Asparairus Tips in lintter  "Idaho" Pi.um PiuniiNC.. Dry and liramly Sauce  ���'Mountain Rose" Icic Ckkam "CO. D."  Assorted Fruits.  "Standard" Nuts and  Raisins  CaFK Noik.  Col. Plummer is an excellent toast  master. He kept the programme moving and the speeches were short and  happy and the songs and music were  much appreciated. The toast master  in a few well chosen words which  breathed a feeling of friendlness to  the people of this side and a warm appreciation   of   King Kdward, proposed  (.'���on tin tied on last page. BOUNDARY   OREEK    TIMES  ...: Greenwood Opera   House :...  tmo Nights  commencing  Wednesday, Oct. 12  Mr. C. P.  Walker presents the eminent  Canadian actor  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  issued ��v>crv Ifriday  Duncan Ross Manaoinc.  Kditok  SUliSCRII'TIOyS IN ADVANCE.  and his Company.  WEDNESDAY  Romantic Comedy-Drama  a  Heart and  99  The    most    complete    ana   beautiful  scenic and   costume   equipment ever  seen here.  THURSDAY  Goethe's Immortal Drama  PlSK   YliAK   Six Months   To Fokkirn Cnt.lNTKIl'.S   2 W  1 i:  2 50  FRIDAY     SEPTEMBER 30. 1<-'(M  NEW YORK���GREENWOOD  a  FAUST"  The  most  elaborate   and   spectacular  production of this great play ever seen  in the West.  A   TRIUMPH OF SCENIC ART  Startling Electrical Effects.  Prices:    S1.��0 and 75 cents.  Seats  on    sale   at   White   Bros.  Thomas' drug stores.  and  ^��||&   BOUNDARV   VALLEY    LODGE  ''���?���<���'&*&?��� No. 38,1. 0. 0. F.  Meets avarv   Tuesday  Eveiii uy at 8 00  in  Hie  I. O. O. V. "Hall.     A  cordial nivi nition is ex  tended to all sojourning bre'.liem.  R. R. Nadek. T?khd B. HoijMBS.  N. G. ReC.-Soe.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  B A K KI ST KK.S,  SO UCITO R S,  Notaries Puht.tc.  Came Address :       iiallktt."  The visit of the big-part}-of  New York capitalists is an im-  portent event in the history of  the Boundary. There is no more  promising- field for the investment of capital than the Boundary district; on the other hand  capital is absolutely necessary to  tlie development of the larger  bodies of low grade ore. We  have the mines, New York has  the capital. Bringing the two  together will be mutually advantageous. The Times joins  with the otlier residents of Greenwood in extending- to the distinguished visitors a cordial welcome. We trust that they wiK  enjoy their" visit and that they  return home convinced that they  have seen the best and biggest  mining- camp in the world.  to  be  distinctly understood that  we want no more of it.  "Government        construction,  ownership and operation of  railways   is   the  plain   way to state  the   government ownership platform.     Mr. R. L. Borden, in his  speeches as leader of  the opposition,  or in  his motions made in  the commons, has not advocated  that policy, and so far has not in  frankness  raised it as an issue.  In    the    senate   Sir   Mackenzie  Bowel 1 stated  that operation of  railways was not included in the  proposals made bv the opposition.  A thousand.year-lease deal of the  Mackenzie & Maun   brand would  fill all the promises  that have so  far been officiall}' made.     We of  the   labor   party   object   to  any  party   getting   votes   on    decoy  schemes.      If   the   Conservative  part)- is prepared to adopt government ownership,   let  them adept  it and win on it;  but if the party  has not got that much virility let  it bear the loss."  <F*  <F*  <F*  �� ��  Capital, all paid up, $14,000,000.  ontreal.  " " "~ $10,000,000.  Best  President.    L.oun Stratiicona and Mount Kovai..  Vice-President:    Hon. Gkokck A. Dhiuimond.  General-Malinger :    K. S   Ci.ouston.  Brandies in London, Bug. \ ��&��Vc��$l*. !��� New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterlinjr Exchange anil Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof llie world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  *=9  vmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwiK  THE fAN API AH RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  UonKS  I.  B.   HAI.LETT.  Bedford M'NeiU's   Sreenwood,  Moreinf & Neal's e- Ci  Leiber's.  h. c. SHAW.  MfCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notahtes Pmiuc, Etc  Offices: Waiiace-Miller block, copper street,  Greenwood. V..C.  J. R. Brown. ���'��� >'��� McLkod.  RAILWAY BUILDING.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  OHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion     anj>     Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwirc.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    ;       -'       :       ."    S.   C.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  ./lining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  TVood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD. P.. C  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD II. PARKINSON,  A. M. Can. Toe C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys  on   Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at  regular  prices.  Address :    FAIRVIEW  P.   O , B. C.  The announcements made by  the Boundary Creek Times in recent issues in reference to railway  construction westward are being  confirmed by railway officials.  Sir Thomas Shaughnessy admitted that his company intended  building west, and Great Northern officials who were recently in  Vancouver announced that their  road would be extended into the  Similkameen. The race by the  two rival railroad corporations  will be watched with interest.  The construction of these roads  means much to the Similkameen  district whose progress has been  retarded by lack of transportation  facilities. It is a district, however, that will not prove disappointing to the railroad builder.  A GOLD BRICK.  The virtuous party which  gloried in its act for the "hiving  of the Grits', and preventing an  honest expression of public opinion; which enacted a special franchise act and placed it entirely in  the hands of its own agents to assist in the same purpose; which  regularly assessed contractors in  order to create, election funds;  which was guilty of every conceivable electoral crime in order  to entrench.itself in power,which  fortified itself so strongly that  nothing- less than apolitical revolution could remove it from its  stronghold���that party is today  assailing the Laurier government  with charges of corruption, but  is unable to produce one tittle of  proof in support of its allegations.���Victoria Times.  Paid-up capital $   8,700,000  Rest       3,000,000  Aggregate resources (30���Nov. 1903) over     83,000,000  London Office;  New York Agency     ft���'. W&er j *����.  16 EXCHANGE PLACE.  60 Lombard St. E. C.  In addition the Bank lias 107 tiratmlics and agencies in Canada and  the  United   Sutes.t  including the followinj,' in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. U  GREENWOOD.  IKAMLOOPS,  L-ADYSMITH,  NANA I MO, VANCOUVER,  NELSON. VICTORIA,  N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  ATLIN,  CKANBRCOK.  DAWSON.  I'ERNIE.  Branches in the United States:  NKWVORK;      SAN FRANCISCO.       I'ORTLANO,      SEATTLE,      SKAGWAY  Deposits received, exchange! houtiht and  sold  and everv description of   banking- i  business transacted, GREENWOOD' BRANCH,  W. ALLISON. Manager.  Notice to   Creditors  In the matter of the Estate or John Sullivan  late of Boundary District, Kettle River,  near town of Midway, British Columbia,  Deceased.  ���KTOTlCli is linruliy irivcii pursuant to the  _L3L "Tr.stees anil Executors Act" thai all  creditors and others haviuu' claims.-i^ainsl the  estate of the said John Sullivan who died on  or -ibiMil the l'Uli day of Keliniary A. I). r>��2,  are required on or before Hie lsl day of October  A. D. Vim. to semi by post prepaid or deliver lo  the iiiidersiirued their Christian and surnames,  addresses and descriptions, the full particulars  of their claims, duly verilleil, ilie statement of  their accimnls, and Ihe nature of tlie securities  (if anv) held bv Uii.mii.  AND KUR'I'IIBR TAKE NOTICE that after  such last mentioned date the exc-culor will proceed to distribute the assetsnfth:.said deceased  amnnirst the parties entitled thereto linviuir  regard only lo the claims of which he shall  then have notice and thai thesaiil exeulors will  not be liable for the said assets or any part  thereof to any person or persons of whose  claims notice shall um have boon received by  him at the time of such distribution.  Dated this loth dav of .Inn- A. D. 1W4.  McPHILT,Il>S WOoTTOS & UAKXAKI),  Of Hank of Montreal Chambers.Victoria li. C.  Solicitors for the executor of the last will of  the said deceased.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "Stratbmorc." "Callao, and "Nelson" Mineral  Claims   situite in the Greenwood   Minim?  Divisio of  Vale  District.     Where  located:  In   Providence Camp, near to the Defiance  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Elizabeth Galloway,  of Greenwood aforesaid.Free Miner's Certificate  No B.157^1. iiitend.sixtv davs from the date hereof, to applv to the.Miuiiii? Recorder for n Certificate of Improvements,   for  the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants on the above claims.  And further tal<e  notice that   action,   under  section  37, must be-commenccd before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated   this  16th day of September. A.D. l'W.  EDIZA DETIl   GALLOWA Y.  Conservatives are attempting  to belittle the Grand Trunk Pacific project by advocating a policy  of governmental ownership.  With many of the Conservative  leaders, including Hon. John  Haggart, ex-mijisterof railways,  Sir McKcnzie Bowell, ex-premier,  opposed to governmental ownership, the sincerity of the Tory  advocates is not above suspicion.  A. \V. Puttee, M. P. for Winnipeg, and a strong labor representative, while a consistent exponent of governmental ownership  docs not take much stock in the  Tory programme. In his paper,  Hie   Winnigeg  Voice, he says:���  "Some prominent persons are  welcoming the approaching contest in the belief that for once  again it is be fought on a higher  plane, and that the cmestion of  government ownership as a policy  for Canada is to be settled. This  may be very comforting to some,  but people Avho have fought for  government ownership, and the  Labor party who make it a cardinal principle in their platform,  don't want a gold brick at anybody's hands. We in the province of Manitoba have had one  lesson in the way that the political parties can juggle Avith any  promise. In 18'J'J a (conservative) government was elected on  a government of railways platform. The Roblin-C. X." R. deal  was the fulfillment, and it ought  The Dominion government has  a staff of Scotch experts teaching  the people of Causs, Nova Scotia,  how to pack herring. The fi&h  put up by them command a read}'  sale at a price in advance- of the  ordinary Canadian product. The  Scotch experts are to remain in  the country another year. Before they g-o home they should  spend a }Tear or two in British  Columbia. There are fine herring  in our__coast,iAvaters,iand���a great  industry might be built up here,  if the best means of curing them  Real  M; 4* 4* 4* 4* 414* 4* 4' *lr 4* 4* ���$��� ^ #.4' 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* *���� 4* 4* 4* &  4��  Stocks  T~ ~^  V        REPRESENTING: (  The   Phoenix  Fire Assur-)  ance Co. of London, Eng.  J Liverpool and London and |  ) Globe Insurance Company.'  [The British   America  As-  i surance Co.,  of Toronto.  i The    Caandian    Birkbeck!  \ In-vesttnent   and  Saving's J  i Co.  GEORGE   R.   NADEN  ��������  Estate  MANAGER  > ��.^a e<^�� *^�� fc^s i^s J^t Jit A JR> A tfy <��i Ai iXi -A, (A, >X* A, iA> A *J* Jk* t&t I  were used.  Harold Nelson's Return  *<kk��*<">��>��>*<mXm!��:mx��<<m:^^^  ?  DEALltRS IN  ^V  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  f    COPPER-STREET,  GRBjjSNWOOT).  This Season He Gives  Us Elaborate  Productions of "Heart and Sword"  and "Faust."  Mr.   Harold   Nelson   and   his excellent  com pan v  will   appear  at  Greenwood   Opera   House  two  nights   commencing    Wednesday,   Oct.   12.     On  Wednesday  evening    he   will jjresent  his  latest  and  most  pronounced  success,   "Heart   and   Sword,"  a spectacular romantic diama  of  absorbing interest.    Mr.  Nelson  is still  under the  management of Mr. C.  P.   Walker,  to  whom Western Canada's theatre-goers  have   in   the  past   been   indebted   for  entertainment of a superior character.  Mr. Walker promises that Mr. Nelson's  production of "Heart and Sword" wil'  in the elaborateness of  its  costuming,  scenery   and   lighting  effects,   jelipse  even the splendid  production   of "Quo  Vadis:" which was the chief theatrical  event locally of last season.   Romantic  plays  heing  now  so  much   in vogue,  Manager   Walker   has    induced    Mr.  Nelson to step, for the timo,  from   the  more serious  classic  partrayal  to   the  lighter and brighter line of characters  In selecting "Heart  and Sword" for  Mr.   Nelson's   first   venture   in   a new  field   of  the drama,   his  in mager not  alone   considered   the   special   opportunities   the stellar role  afforded   his  star,   but  also  had   in   mind  the possibilities for elaborate  scenic settings,  pictnresvue  costuming  and   beautiful  lighting  effect*,  all   of which  are  so  essential to a satisfactory presentation  of romantic drama.  GRAND FORKS.-PHOENIX-GREENWOOD  AIJLY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arrives-at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. m.. Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. in.  Fare-Grand Forks S3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix SI.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates   made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  �� ��j & �� �� �� �� & ��:t >s s���� �� �� �� *��.- is st����*:t�� �� a �� a a a a a s* a a a a st a a a a ^ a a a a a a a # a * * #  a  WHY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  3T FOR A   NEW   DROP   HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY  The Singer leads and can be bought on 3'ou own terms. If  that will not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard  makes.  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  T. M. Gulley & Co.'s Furniture Store.        m.   H     LAMC'N I,   AgCflt.  9��**S9��s��������SS��*#6��SS6*ft��*9*****������?��i!6$65?#$#69��<HlJ \W  BOUNDARY   GREEK   TIMES.  A VANCOUVER SURMISE  Vancouver Province   Believes Great  Northern will build-  The Great Northern Railway intends  to proceeds immediately with the construction of a line of railway from  Midway, in the Boundary district, to  Princeton, in the Similkaineeu, via  Hcdley City.  The riches of of mineral deposits of  the Smilkamecn Valley are to be turned into the Gran by smelter at Grand  Forks for reduction; James J. Hill,  president of Great Northern, owns the  controlling interest in the Granby  smelter; the Granby people own large  interests in the Tulameen and Boulder  districts, and so it comes about that  James J. Hill is going- to build a line  of railway right into the heart of the  Smilkmeen to act as a feeder   for   his  Bargains-Bargains  on  New Iron Beds, Springs, Mat-  trasses. Dining, Rocker and  Children's Chairs. Dressers,  Wa-sh Stands,- Sideboards, Bureaus, Extension, Common and  Centre Tables, Couches, Bed  Lounges. Kitchen Queens, Cupboards, Window Shades and  Poles. Toilet Sets. All lines of  Dishes. Cooking and Heating  Stoves, etc., etc.;  WE W ANT YOUR OLD GOODS  "NEW STORE"  National    Hotel   Block.  STANBARB  BATH TU!  xxx and xxx  LAVATORIES  E.   W.  BISHOP  PLUMBER  ^^p^l^a  iimMfltwfiSill  i  1904 Catalogue of complete Home Furnishings mailed free to any  address���1568 illustrations, Valuable information. It will help you  to furnish even if you  do not buy of us.  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  S.BARRYYUILL  smelter and his lines of railway to the  south of the boundary line between  Canada and the United States.  The charter under which the Great  Northern will build into the Smilka-  meen is that one so well known to Vancouver people���it is none other than  the charter of the V., V. & E. Railway  which some time sine; passed into the  hands of the Great Northern, and the  rights to which were renewed at the  last session of the Dominion Parliament.  Yesterday Great Northern Railway  officials commenced to reach Vancouver from all points of the compass. On  arrival, each official professed to know  nothing of importance, and each said  he had just casually happened along.  As a matter of fact the Great Northern people, some of them the highest  officials in that company, came to Vancouver principally to hear the report  of J. C. Eden, general traffic manager  of the Great Northern, who spent the  past two weeks touring the Similka-  meen Valley, and receiving information from Great Northern and Granby  smelter agents located throughout that  territory.  Mr. Eden reached Vancouver yesterday direct from the Similkameen. He  made his report. Those who heard it  were Mr. J. D. Farrell, assistant to J  J. Hill; R. I. Farriugton of St. Paul,  second vice-president of the Great  Northern and financier of the com  pany; F. E. Ward of St. Paul, general  manager of the Great Northern; Mr.  S. G. Yerkes, general western passenger agent of the road, and possibly  some others intimately connected with  .the move to build the line from Midway. Included in the "others" were  one or two local men who in the past  had much to do with the V., V. & E.  charter.  As a direct result of the report turned in by Mr. Eden, there left Vancouver at 7 o'clock this morning for  the Similkameen, Mr. R. I. Farriugton and Mr. F. E. Ward. Although to  all inquiries from newspapers as to  what the conference in this city means  the Great Northern officials were deaf,  it leaked out today that the gathering  here was in the main for the purpose  of hearing- Mr. Eden's report. That  such is the case is obvious from the  trip Messrs. Farrington and Ward  started out on today. That the Great  Northern intends to rush the line of  railway into the Similkameen there is  no possible doubt for the information  was confirmed today from a source  which cannot be questioned.  Twenty miles of the road from Midway toward Hedley City has already  been surveyed, and construction is to  be proceeded with immediately material and men can be placed on the  ground. Already shipments of rails  have been started in from Bellingham,  Washington, and more are following  from the same point. -=>  Mr.'Eden states that the possible ore  output from the mineral properties at  and in the vicinity of Hedley City  alone warrant the construction of a  railway .---That Mr, Eden-is-notbasing-  that statement on guesswork is shown  by the fact that last week Geologist C.  H. Wolf of tlie Granby smelter wa> in  the Henley district from the buindary  line ui-rtli a> lar a^ Princeton, in fact,  he h.id m.ide a general roundup of inform.ilion concerning the mining prospects of the eiiiire eountry. the output  of which, it is planned shall be drained  into the Granby works.  Being in possession oftheV.,V. &  E. charter, and therefore in a position  tion to commence construction without  haqing to run any bills through either  the local or Dominion house, construction of the line from Midway to  Princeton mry be commenced without  delay by the Great Northern.  In view of the activity of the Great  Northern officials in the Smilkameen,  tne completion of the surveying of  twenty miles o* the road, the known  transportation of rails from Bellingham to Midway by the Great Northern  and the semi-official announcement of  to-day that the building of the line is  to be pushed, there is every reason to  believe that work will be actually started within the next couple of months. '  Possibly at seme later date the Great  Northern may make use of the remaining portion of its V., V. & E. charter  and build into Vancouver, but apparently there is no intention of such  action at present. Perhaps some other  line of railway may tap the Similkameen from the northern end of the  valley and lay some of its riches in the  lap of Vancouver ?���Vancouver World.  2  Boundary Ore Shipments*  Granby; Mines   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshbe   Sunset, j.   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Belli   Emma..j   Winnipeg   Golden -Crown   Athelstan and Jack Pot   King Solomon   No. 37...;   City of Paris   Senator..       Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines and Gold Finch..  Rhoderic Due   Ruby, Boundary Falls   Carmi, West Fork   Jewel, Long Lake   Brey Fogle.   Mountain Rose   Reliance   Bay   Miscellaneous :  1900  64 533  S 340  19 444  297  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  150  1 076  2 250  1 200  150  560  650  040  7 900  785  625  850  665  1903  393 718  130 492  19 365  71 212  15 731  15 537   3339  "22"937  2 435  "5646  1904  411 890  136 196  Week.  11 370  3 488  14 538  713  273  713  27 889  1 221  000  325  2 968  346  172  160  80  350  400  993  167  756  305  661  246  20  890  Total Tons  3 230  99 730  389 000  507 811  569  222  661  33  20  569  132  682 541     599 006       17 197  first year, and $10 per mile for each  PRACTICAL       WATCHMAKfiH        AND  JEWEL1-KR.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Funs, Prop.  Try Our New Massage  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Streej.       -,    Greenwood. B.C.  Question of Matrimony  When a Clerk in  Bank B. N. A- is  Allowed to Wed.  The San Francisco Examiner of  recent date refers to the rule in force  in the Bank of B. N. A. that no clerk  earning less than S1500 can take unto  himself a wife and incidvntally announcing the engagement of Fritz  Lewin, who for several years was connected with the Greenwood branch of  the bank.    The Examiner says:  ���'It is not absolute celibacy that is  enjoined on the young financiers of  the Bank of British North America,  but merely relative.  The paternal care which the directors of that institution exercise over  these young men has reduced marriage,to a phase of banking���that is to  say, it is a question of finance and  arithmetic. The information was  elicted by way of cemmentary on the  case of Frederick Lewin, a young  banker whose engagement 1o Miss  Laura Sanchez Scott was announced  Yesterday. ' .  Now }he stern fathers of the Bank of  British North America have declared  that nOne of their young men shall  embark on what some graceless poet  has called ''the sea of matrimony" unless they are earning a certain hard  and fast minimum.  But look you, this is not the $14 a  week desideratum which for months  has agitated the breasts ofthe fair and  the unfair in this neck of the woods.  No, sir. The irreducible minimum at  whic'r the monastic rule of the Bank of  Bfitish North America shall be relaxed  is $1400 per annum. Make a note of it  ladies, and in the future when the gay  young British financier conies a courting after office hours just ask him if  he is earning SI400 a year before engaging youtv ^affections. ^__Although  Britannia reles the waves the British  "sea of matrimony" cannot be navigated for a penny less. Because  Biitains never, never shall be slaves.  It would not be polite to inquire  whether Mr. Lewin's income passes  the irreducible minimum of $1400 a  year, but he deprecated publicity because really the bank people might  not like it. He was seen yesterday  at the badk and asked about his engagement and the harsh unbending  regimen of the matrimonial minimum  enjoined by the unpoetic board of directors."  Miss Jessie Shirley and her company who will be at the Auditorium  next Wednesday and Thutsday, Oct.  5 and 6, is conceded by bott press and  public to be the best company that  have ever played the provinces. The  theatre goers of Greenwood will have  a dramatic treat in the engagement of  this this talented little lady and her  sterling con,pany. The plays which  are to be presented by this capable  organization are "The Princess of  Patches" and "Camille." The first  named play is the story of a young  girl who having been stolen when a  babe by an octoroon slave belonging  to.her father, is brought up in ignorance of her parentage. The slave  afterwards murders the father in revenge for a flogging. The opening of  the play discloses the Silverthorn  plantation and the real action commences at the entrance of a tramp,  (Waggles) who has found the clothing  ot a little girl on the river bank, and  brings them to Col. Silverthorn, think,  ing the owner has been drowned. Miss  Shirley as Selma, (called the Princess  of Patches) makes an entrance in the  first act which is both novel and  unique. The play is full of startling  climaxes and funny situations, and  is replete with pathos and comed3",  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the  IXorthwest Territories   and   the   Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross<output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granced  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  550 to $100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal posts, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is $5 00.  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  may, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N7W7T.7^cepting the Yukon" Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench" the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  digging's, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may b: obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water mark on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fract  ion is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the output after it  exceeds 310,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two years from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date       Rental   S100  per  mile for  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining.  Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general direclion of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  san?"''  oiaimes are marked by two legal  posts, one at each-end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hold a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half per cent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Com-  dtroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on e^ch  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of $2.  A claim may be abandoned, and another obtained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual; or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640acres Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be Svld to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at su:h rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior,  Ottawa.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVID'HEATH. hENRY SHIELDS, or  in any person or persons lo whom they may  have transferred their interest In the Paymaster mineral claim, situate In the Green-  wood Miiiinir Division of Yale district.  Vim are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum of $1000 for stirve.Vinir the above mentioned claim and $2.��0 for recording the same  for an assessment, such belnir required and  necessary to hold the said claim for the year  endinjr October 11.1903, under the provision of  tlie 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 Bound  ary Creek Times, you fail cr refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely, $51.25, together with all costs of adver-  tisiiiir. your interests in said mineral claim  shall become invested in me, ( your co-owner)  upon filing in the proper office in that behalf  Hie affidavit required by section 4, of the Mineral Act Amendment Act. 1900."  Datad this 9th dav of June, 1904.   ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL AC!  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE  SNOWSHOE, DIAMONrj. and TOLEDO,  Mineral Claims, situated in the Greenwood  Mininp Division of Yale District. Where  located: At Camp McKinncy.  AKE NOTICE that I. Hug-h Mejrraw,  Free Miner's Certificate No B87303, act-  inir as atrent for William Claude Fox, Free  Miner's Certificate No. K62076, intend slxty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Gram of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 7th dav of Julv. 1903.  "HUGH MEGRAW  -r BOUNDARY   OREEK    TIMES  i ^V^WWAa^WAa/^  ST00KB BROS  Having something else  in   view  offer their well known  V  For Sale  [706 Acres  ISO acres suitable for cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First'class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture��� creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just coming into  .. bearing stock at option ���oi purchaser.  SO acres Timothy-Clover-Brome'  Grass.  Barns all,.floored���chicken and  root, houses.  Current prices paid ranchers for >  dressed meats, etc.    Pork  8 to \  10c.    Beef 8 to  10c.    Eggs 35 ^  to 60c dozen.    Butter 35c  lb. >  SALE OF LANDS FOR UNPAID  DELINQUENT TAXES IN KETTLE   RIVER  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  ASSESSMENT   DISTRICT,  I  HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that on Wednesday the 12th day of October, A. D., 1904, at  the hour  of eleven o'clock  forenoon at the Court House, Fairview, B. C, I shall sell by Public Auction, the lauds in  thy list hereinafter  set-  out, of the persons in the said list hereinafter set out, for the taxes remaining unpaid  by said   persons on   the thirty-  first diiy  of  December,  A.   D.,  1903, and for the costs and expenses of said sale, if the total amount due is not sooner i  paid.  List Abovk .Mentioned.  Name of Person Assessed  Almquist, Wm,  Andrew, Chas....  Bell, J. T   Carey, F. H   D'Eath, W. L. ...  Kerr, Jas   Kelsey, F   Tedrow, Lucian (estate of).  Wood, Robert   Short Description of Property  Delinquent Taxks  Oats  50c bushel,  bushel.  wheat $1.00  Wheatley, J   Beaverdell Townsite Syndicate  Keremeos Townsite Syndicate..  There's Money In Ranching at the  above prices���you can't get away from  It. There Is no section so well adapted  ;��� to stock-, raising or' fruit growing ��� (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  or what it consumes. Market at your  door.  The Freight Is yours.  f rancher is an empire of  ^ its own.  \ Our market Is protected on the East by:  �� the C. P- R-, on the south by.the Custom  y House, on the West and North by Land:  limited and undeveloped.  Pre-emption No. 1602, C. G   Lot No 615, Group 1   Part of Lot 1545, Group 1   Lot 2454, Group 1   N^ of N W% Sec. 35, T P 53   N'/2 of N EK Sec. 36, T P 53   Pre-emption No. 2824, C. G   Lot 346. Group 1   W'A Sec. 4, T P 66, C G   Lot 515, Group 1   Lot 2351, Group 1      Part of Lot 1466, Group 1   Block 2, Block 3, Lots 3-10, 13, 14,  15, 28-32, 37, 38, 40. 42-45. 49,  52, 53-57, 90-97, Block 4, Loi>  1-19, 22-25, 28-45 49, 52-6", 62-  72, 75-78, 85-87. ��� 100-102, 11  113, Lots 1466, 1250. and part  of lot 1565. Group 1    Blocks 1-19, 33-35, 39-52, Block 20,  lots 1-16, 13, 14, 16, 17, Block 21,  lots 1-11, 16-18, Block 22, lot 1-  10, 13, 18-20, Block 23. lot 1-20,  Block 24, lot 1-20, Block 25, lot  1-20, Block 26, lot 1-8, 11-20,  Block 27, lot 1-5, 7-20, Block 28,  lot 9, 10, 13-20, Block 29, lot 5,  7, 8, 11-16, 18-20, Block 30, lot  3-20, Block 31, lot 1-20, Block 32,  lot 1-8, Block 36, .ot 1-7,9-20,  Block 37, lot 3-9, 11-20, Block 38,  lot 1-8, 11-20.  Taxes  16 00  4 80  4 80  12 80  12 00  4 80  9 60  25 50  48 00  6 40  18 20  Interest at  date of sale  92 00  74 40  72  20  20  60  54  20  40  15  00  30  82  Cost of  Expenses,  {Total due  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  2 00  4 14  00  3 35  18 72  7 00  7 00  IS 40  ���14 54  7 00  12 00  28 65  53 00  8 70  21 02  98 14  2 00  79 75  Fairview, B. C��� 7th, September, 1904.  C. A. R. LAMBLY,  Assessor and Coi,i<ector,  Kettle River Assessment District,  The Boundary for ^H WEDNESDAY,   October 5th  WILL   BE  For further infotmation see:  Five Miles North of  Midway.   B.  C,   \  British Golumbia Day  AT THE  RAILWAY;  The only all rail route between points east  west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June 14th, 1903.  Leave  Arkivh  8:45 a.  m.  Spokane  6:15 p. 111.  10:40 a.  m.  Rossland  4:35 p. in.  7:20 a.  m.  Nelson  7:20 p. m.  10:35 a.  m.  Grand Forks  4:00 p. m  8:30 a.  m.  Republic  6:15 p. in.  In Connection With  GREAT  NORTHERN  RAILWAY  Spokane Interstate Fair  Railroad tickets can  be  purchased  at  ONE FARE FOR THE ROUND TRIP  On Thursday, Oct. 4th, Good returning- Oct. 10th.  Band  Concert by  Fifth .Regiment Royal   British   Artillery   Band   of  Victoria,  B. C.  Big- Vaudeville Programme in front of Grand Stand.  SIX-EXCITING  RACES-SIX  $25,000 IN PURSES.  Coiiceesion Privileges for Sale. Write for Premium List and Race Program.  ROBT. H. COSGROVE, Secretary and Manager.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Bay' Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining- Division of-Yale District* Where located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Henry Fuller, Free  Miner's certificate No. BS0586. acting- for  self and as ag-ent for David Manchester, ^ree  Miner's certificate No. B8059S, aud Frederick  Hall, Free Miner's certificate No., BS0587, i 11-  tend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the pi-rpose of obtaining a  Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice  that  action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August A. D��� 1904,    HENRY FULLER.  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted throughout with electric lights.  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our  bar  excells  all others.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements. :  NOTICE.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Geeenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Where located:���In Beaver Creek  Camo. '  TAKE. NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for James Napier Paton,- F.ree  Miner's Certificate No. B62156, . and . Ralph  Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. 'BSss21,  intend, sixty days from ,the date hereof? to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  01 Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section' 7. must be commenced before the  issuance of such certi"i :ate of Impiovemev...  Dated ihia 3rd day of March. A. D., 1904.  ,���..-.-..^.^ .^...^^ , .^ .^.-^.^il. H..HALLETTV ,.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  OWL Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. Located  in Deadwood Camp joining the Tintic M n  eral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Mineis Certificate No. B. 5525C. acting for  self and as agent for George R. Naden. Free  Miners Certificate No. B 41655, John N. Greden,  Free Miners Certificate No. B 55145, and the  British America.Development Co.. Ltd., Free  Miners Certificate No. B 71612, 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 Grant of  the above claim.  And further take notice that actiont[ under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  TICKETS To All POINTS  SHORT  LINE TO  ST.   PAUL,    DULUTH.     w  NNEA-  POLIS, CHICAGO and ALL 3 OINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOM/    VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all IrACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and  Buffet  Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daily 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A, Jacksox, H. Brandt,  g. F. & P. a., c. p. & T. a ,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash- Spokane,  Wash  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  *  *  ��  FINANCIAL i MINING AGENTS  ��  ���ft  *  �����  ��  3ft��ftft0��aa������ei��00Siftftft0ftftft��a����tf<eiftftft#ftftftftftft��tftft����fteoft��fta��  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT  CHASED   OR     EVELOPED.  PUR-  Notice is hereby given that the  undersigned will not be responsible  for any bills contracted by Frank Mil-  ler.a minor, who left his home on the  19th instant.  Judgk  MlLI.EK.  Anaconda, B.C., July 22nd, 1904.  FOR SALE  Six roomed house and out buildings,  situated on Everett avenue, Anaconda.  Lath and plastered throughout, good  cellar, Lynn Creek water at door. Can  be purchased cheap and on easy terms.  Apply: B. J. CAMERON, on premises.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK ���    ,  "VICEROY" Fraction Miuiuir Claim, situate  in the Greenwood Milling Division of Yale  District. Where located: In Deadwood  camp, adjoining the  No. 9 Mineral Claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miners' Certificate No. B80515,  actinjr for self aud as agent for Charles H.  Tye, Free Miners'Certificate No. B8S703; Pat  Hickey, Free Miners' Certificate No. B804%,and  Duncan Mcintosh, Free, Miners' Certificate No.  B85o97,intend sixty days from the date hereof,to  apply to the Mininjr Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And fmtiler take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. !  Dated this 12th day of August, A. D. 1904.  Sydney M. Johnson:  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "UTE" Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in  the Greenwood mining division of Yale  district.   Where located:  In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. JB. Shaw, apent  for John Moran, Free Miners' Certificate  No. B. 80433, intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Miuitifr Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose  of obtaining- a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced, before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23rd day of July, A. D. 1904.  C. M. Shaw P. ,L. S-  Meets every Wednesday evening  at 8:00 in the K. of P. Hall.  All Brothers welcome.  A. D.  halwtt,        a.  k. of k. and s.  S. EMBRBB,  C.  C.  CANADIAN g  RAILWAY.  CHEAP  FROM GREENWOOD.  Nelson Fair, Sept. 28-29  ���'���$4-. 80  Return.  WESTMINSTER FAIR  $19; 3 5 Return.  On. Sale  October 1, 2, 3, 4.     Good  to  return till October 12.  World's Fair, St. Louis,  $62.65  CHICAGO $67.65.  :   Last selling dates October 3, 4, 5,  Corresponding reductions from all  :   Kootenay points.  For   full  particulars  apply  to loca  ag-ents.  "E. Ri REDPATH,; Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.GP.A. Vancouver D.P.A.Nelso  n.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Paj'nia8ter"-Mineral'"Clai'thl^sifuate"!n^thVi  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.    Where located:    Near Beaverdell.  ^est Fprjk Kettle River.'  '"HAKE NOTICE .thaV.I, Robert Wood, Free  JU;, Miner's,..Certificate. No.  BS541S, intend,  S'?t>vi aays.from, the date hereof, :to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements,, for, ilie. purpose of obtalniiit a Crown  Grant of the.aboye claim.  ,;And further;take .notice that.action. under  section 38, must be commenced befora the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of Auptist, A. D., 1904.  ���      ROBERT WOOD.  ���<"X~x��xkk��x��x*��x~xk��x����X'<"X��  lien!  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class.  THE SWAYNE  HOUSE  Silver Street,  Greenwooa,  ^X^~X��<^~X~X��X^~X^~X��X~X'  lllljif  0. S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND : CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  ) BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  I   A WELL KNOWN  ! MAN  annoyed witli lia.tr comtnir out of his shaving brush  FOUND  such complete satisfaction with one of our Badger Bristle; Shaving- brushes that  IN A FIT  of gratitude lie bought three more and gave them to his friends.    Our stock of Razors,  Brushes and shaving sundries is complete, come aurt see them.  y  v  v  ���?  v  Y  ?  ?  V  ?  f  i  WHITE BROS.  X   Dispensing Chemists.  Greenwood, B.C.  .i.$$KX~:"X^>X��X~X��K��X��<^^^  DEATH OF S. McLELLAND  Much Respected Miner Dies at Cranbrook.  Word was received here last week  that Sam McLellaand, a well known  miner, had died at the Cranbrook  hospital. The. d'-ceased was well  known and popular in the Boundary,  He worked at the Mother Lode for  sotne time and was president of the  Greenwood Miners' union. He went  from here to Rossi and and when the  St. Eugene mine started up he left to  work there. ��� -    *   ,  Mr. McLelland was a member of  Boundary Valley Lodtfe I. O. O. F.  He was sober and industrious and his  death is much regretted by all who  knew him.  The Moyie Leader gives the following particulars of his death :  "Samuel McLelland, formerly of  Rossland and Greenwood, but for several months past a resident of Moyie,  died in the St. Eugene hospital at  Cranbrook  earlv  Wednesday morning  SCHOOL BOOKS  SCHOOL BOOKS  SCHOOL BOOKS  Complete stock of Text  Books, Scribblers Exercise Books, Pencils, etc.  ROCK BOTTOM PRICES  COLES & FRITH  -Books, ^Stationerjv^Cigars,.  .    Wall Papers, Etc.  THE  Watch Store  ALL KINDS  ALL QUALITIES  ALL PRICES  And  Each Watch  the latest of its  kind, whatever the  kind.  We mend   watches too  mend them in the right  way. s  A. LOGAN & CO., |  Greenwood,* B. C.        \  afier an illness of only five or six days.  Death wasdueto intestinal obstruction.  It was necessaay to perform two operations on him. and everything possible  was done by the physicians in attendance and the Sisters to save his life  but to no avail. Mr. McLelland was  26 years of age and a miner by occupation. He w.is a member of Movie  Miners' union, a member of the Odd  Fellow's lodge in Greenwood and ���_���.  member of the Encampment and Re-  bekah lodges in Rossland. As a devoted and enthusiastic member of  these orders, he governed his daily  life by their precepts and teachings,  and when the end came he was prepared and passed to that eternal rest  which a well governed life has for its  ward. The. news of his death, while  in the prime of life, will carry sadness  to many hearts.  The funeral was held in Crankrook  today and a special train was run from  Moyie. Over 100 people from here  turned out. The funeral was held  under the auspices of the Moyie Miners'  union and Oddfellows' lodges of  Cranbrook and Moyie. The pall bearers were made up of three from the  union and three from; the lodge. Services were held at.the Methodist  church, Rev. S. J. Thompson officiating. The casket was covered with  flowers. A wreath in the form of  three links, the Oddfellows emblem,  was made by Mrs. Foote. The letters  W. F. M. and a cross were made by  Mrs. Elmer, and a cross was made by  Mrs. P. J. McMahon. The remains  were.shipped to his friendsin Ottawa."  MISS JESSIE SHIRLEY  The Shirley company which opens  at the Opera House Wednesday, Oct.  5th, for an engagement of two nights  is one of the best stock companies on  the road and their repertoire includes  the best standard plays. Miss Shirley  enjoys a reputation second to none as  .an_.ac.ti:ess^.o��. great ability, her-por-  trayal of the principal roles in the  number of plays presented by this  sterling organization are conceded by  both press and public to be equal to  that of higher priced stars. The company includes the following well know  people: Geo. McQuarrie, Edmund  Abbey, Wilson Forbes, C. F. Ralston,  Wm. R. Abran, Frank McQuarrie,  Less Grier, Harry Smith, Chas. Quinn:  Miss Laura Adams. Miss Maxie  Mitchell, Miss Helen Hamilton and  Miss Odell Reise, under the management of Harry W. Smith. The company has just completed a short tour  of the provinces, and after their return  date at  Nelson  during  the  fair  week will return to the states. The  bills to be presented at Greenwood are  The Princess of Patches and Camille  Seats will be on sale fur both performances Monday, Oct. 3. Prices SI.00  and 75 cents at White Bros.- aud  Thomas' drug stores.  GAYLER���MCLAREN.  Carson was the scene of a very pretty  wedding on ��� Wednesday, September  21st when Homer N. Gaylor, general  manager of the International Coke Co.  at Coleman, was married to Miss Isa-  belle Budina McLaren, third daughter  of John McLaren. Rev. J.R.Robertson  of Grand Forks, tied the nuptial knot.  The bridesmaid was her sister, Miss  Ethel, while A. R. Rome supported the  groom. The honey moon is being  spent in eastern cities.  Among the guests were Mr. and  Mrs.' J. McNichol of Midway, Mrs.  McNicol being a sister of the flride.  Luxury ^^MV  of a tyS'tHST**1  BATH...    --���-~^  ond i Iter 190 Mi  IN REACH Oc EVERYONE.  See the wonderful YOHO  WATER HEATER, the latest  invention, at  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Sole  Agents, -Green-wood, B. C.  2��|JS^2>  Wm  Wm&��^  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to the Postmaster General, will be received at Ottawa until Noon, on Friday,1th October next,  for the conveyance ofHer Majesty's MailsTbn  a proposed Contract for four years, twelve  times per week each way. between Anaconda  and Greenwood from 1st November  next.  Printed notices containing- further information as to conditions of proposed Contract may  be seen aud blank forms of Tender may be  obtained at the Post Offices of-Anaconda and  Greenwood and at this office  Post Office Inspectors Office i  Vancouver, ]}. C, 20th Ausr., 1904. f  JOHN K. GREENFIELD,  Post Office Itisoector  NOTICE %  IN THE MATTER of the Railway Act, and  Amending' Acts, and In the Matter of the  Columbia and Western Railway Company  and portion of Lot 534, Group 1, Osoyoos  Division, Vale District, British  Columbia.  NNOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the  said RailwayrContpany is the owner and  i:i psssession of its Right of Way over the subdivided portion of the West Half of the above  described lot.asslimvn uit the niap-or"plan of  the main line of the Columbia and Western  Railway, on file at the Land Registry Office at  Kamloops, by virtue of an agreement in writ-  itij,' dated the 5th day of Autrust, A. D.,1898,  made between Edward Ruckle and Francis  Ruckle of the one part and the said Railway  Company of the other part, according to the  provisions of the Railway Act,51 Vict., Chapter  29, and Amending Acts, an authentic copy  whereof is filed in the office of the Clerk of the  County Court of Yale, at Greenwood in the said  County.  AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that the  sum of $262.40, the amount of compensation for  the saidvlaiids,;aiid interest  thereon,  has been  paid into Court, aud  all  persons claiming an  interest in  or entitled to the said lands or any  part thereof are required to file their claims to  the said compensation or tile portion thereof to  which  they   may claim  to  be entitled, in the  said office.  Dated this 9tli dav of September, A. D. 1904.  A. M. WHITESIDE,  Solicitor for the Columbia and  Western Railway Company.  To Edward Ruckle, Francis Ruckle, the Grand  Forks TdH-nsite Company and to all others  whom it may concern.  Union   Meat  Market.  I beg- to announce to the people of Greenwood  and vicinity that I have taken the business of  the Union Meat Co., over, in this city, aud  ask for a share of your patronage. My  wagon will call mornings for your orders and  the greatest.care will be taken in filling of  same and prompt deliver}'. Everything carried in stock that can be had in any up-to-  date butchering establishment,  von will favor us with an order  Trusting  Yours etc.,  I. P. FLOOD,     Prop.  ��� 'v'v\A^Vr-,��j-~V''W-'\#rf>vVr4  s����af������*Si��**������#��##��*������������#��#��������o#05����**i��#����a��*��*��o����  o  a  #:.  ft ,  ft''  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  ��  a  a  ��  Greenwood, 1  B. C,  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  ASK FOR  V PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! Itiskept on draught    or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  2KS  '4m,  m  W  Drink Old Fashioned  Iw ACER BEEM  S MADE BY THE  LOUIS  FORSCHNER BREWING CO.  m  m  m  SILVER   STREET.  THE COST IS SMALL THE BENEFIT GREAT  "insure in..  The Ocean Accident and Guarantee Corporation  ===========^^       Limited, of London, England. =======^^  The Largest Accident and Sickness Company in   the World.   Nearly   One  Million   Dollars   Paid  in  Indemnities in Canada Alone Within the Last Eight  Years.    No  Medical  Examination   Necessary.  Preemently the most Liberal Policy Ever Offered to the Public.  APPLY TO  McLAINl  COPPER STREET (Opposite the Postoffice) GREENWOOD, B. C.  General  Insurance Agent i ���" -i i.--7.^mr--*r'-  1  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  U."J  Wfoe anc/   Otherwise  S. Barry Yuill was one of the Greenwood visitors fo the Nelson fair.  I. D. JVJerton of Melbourne, Australia,  who is making'a trip around the world,  was in Greenwood this week.  H. W. Fuller has returned from  Tonapah where he recently made a  deal which netted hi in a small fortune.  W. F. Smith, of Smith & McRae, has  returned from a five months' visit  with his family in Wisconsin. He  also visited North Dakota and Ontario  points.  0The annual meeting of the Greenwood Curling' club will be held in the  former Board of Trade rooms, Windsor  hotel, on Monday evening at eight  o'clock.  C. Scott Galloway, who has charge  of the work at the Strathmore mine recently purchased by the Greenwood-  Strathmore Mines, Ltd., has three  men at work on the property.  A typographical error crept into the  announcement in the Times in reference to the Curfew by-law. Children  under age are not allowed on the  streets after nine o'clock unless accompanied by parent or guardian.  The harvest home social in the  Methodist church Monday, night was  well attended. An interesting programme was carried out. Rev. J. D.  P. Knox, the pastor of the congregation, is rapidly recovering from an attack of typhoid fever.  J. E. Whitcher, a Chicago journalist,  who went to the Orient to report the  war, but who was prevented from going to the scene of action by the over  cautious Japs, was- in the city this  week. He is doing special work for  Gosnell's year book.  W. J. Bowser, grand master of the  British Columb-'a jurisdiction A. F. &  A. M., paid an official visit to the  Boundary lodges last week. He was  in Greenwood on Friday and Phoenix  on Saturday. Several of the local  members accompanied him to Phoenix.  Frederic Keffer, manager of the B.C.  Copper Co., Mrs. Keffer and Master  Robert, editor of the Anaconda News,  leave next week on a' holiday trip in  the east, Cleveland and New York  will be visited and St. Louis on the return trip. They expect to be away  about five weeks.  The charge against Mrs. McNaugh-  ton for having stolen chickens in her  possession was dismissed by Magistrate Hallett on Monday. After the  dismissal officer Currie found a sack  of chickens adjacent to her residence.  They were identified by Wm. McBride  as some of those stolen from him last  week.  According to the Spokesman-Review  of Sep. 27th there are piles of coal  staCKed up around Port Arthur. This  is not the case in Greenwood. The  fact is that where coal is such a luxury  the best thing to do is to invest in a  .Queen,heater. _^You..wilL find a splen-_  did new line of these;economical stoves  at Hunter-Kendrick's.  A meeting of the directors of the  Providence Mining company was held  in Greenwood this week. Among  those present were W. Macey of Phonix*  J. Peatt of Spokane, and all the local  directors. The directors ordered the  purchase of the Diamond fraction, adjoining the Providence mine, from  Wm. Diamondi The consideration is  about $8000.  At the manse September 26th, by  Rev. M D. McKee, Mr. John Alexander  Hanna and Miss Lizzie Louseke, both  of Phoenix, were united in marriage.  Mr. and Mrs. Hanna will make their  home in Phoenix.  K. H. Robinson was advised by wire  on Monday night that his three year  old daughter had died from diptheria  after 36 hours illness. Mrs. Robinson  and the family went to Vancouver  about three months ago. The dread  epidemic appears to be prevalent at  the terminal city and the family did  not escape. Mr. Robinson left for the  coast on Tuesday. Much sympathy is  felt for Mr. and Mrs. Robinson in their  sudden and sad bereavement.  Sir Thos. Shaughnessy and party of  C. P. R. officials did not come to the  Boundary after all. Too much time  was spent ;on the coast, so that' the  party was forced to go east over the  Crow's Nest line without visiting the  camp with the tonnage. Sir Thomas  made some interesting announcements.  He said the C. P. R. would build a line  through the Kootenay valley to Golden  and also a line from Midway to Ruby  creelr. Ruby creek is on the main line  across the Fraser river from Hope.  When the work is to be commenced  was not stated.  Dr. J. G. Rutherford, chief of the  Dominion Veterinary department, was  in the city over Sunday accompanied  by Dr. S. F. Tomie of Victoria. Dr.  Ruthford's jurisdiction extends from  ocean to ocean and his visit is one of  inspection. He is particularly anxious  to improve quarantine facilities at  various points where horses and cattle  cross from the other side. During  recent years large numbers of scrub  horses have been imported, some of  which were diseased. Quarantine  stations will be established at certain  points and customs officers will be instructed not to accept any entry of  cattle or horses unless passed at these  stations. Drs. Rutherford and Toliine  went west through the Similkameen  district.  The Providence Mining company on  Monday bought the Diamond Fraction,  immediately east of ' the Providence.  The main lead of the Providence is believed to run through the Diamond  property as it has already been traced  almost to the line of tne claim. The  consideration is said to have been 1600  shares of Providence treasury stock  and is regarded as very reasonable by  mining men. Wm. Dimond, the owner  of the property, preferred to take stock  in the company to taking cash, believing the stock a better investment  than he could make with the money.  On September 30 another dividend of  10c per share will be paid by the Providence company. This means a 12 per  cent interest already earned this year  on the par value of the company's  stock.  East Greets West  the toast of the King. Canuck aud  Yank joined together in singiug the  national anthem, and the toast was enthusiastically received.  Duncan Ross hastened to congratulate the people of New York upon havingreaclied the^rbtiiised land~arid MrT  Munroe upon being the Moses to lead  them. out of the wilderness. He  thanked Col. Plummer for his words of  good will and for his eloquent references to His Majesty the King. He  briefly referred to the progress made  in the Boundary.  W. G. Gaunce in a short but eloquent  speech also welcomed the visitors. He  pointed out that we were people of one  blood, one race and whose ideas and  ideals were the same. He rejoiced that  it was so and thought the coming together of the people of New York and  Greenwood   would be mutually advan  tageous. We had the ore, they had the  capital, arid as an evidenceof what the  Boundary could do he quoted figures to  show the remarkable progress made in  the Boundary.  The toast to the President of the  United States was received with the  same enthusiasm that characterized  the toast to the King. America took  the place of God Save the King and enthusiasm did not slacken. Senator  Miller responded in an eloquent speech  in which he paid a tribute to Canada  and Canadians, urged reciprocal trade  relations and depreciated the fact that  the suggestions made by Canada for  reciprocity were turned down by the U.  S. government. He spoke in glowing  terms regarding President Roosevelt.  He referred to his investments in this  country, some of which were not profitable but he believed in looking for  his money where he left it. Patience  and determination and t'.ie investment  of large capital were sure to bring in  large'eturns in this district. He congratulated the Montreal and Boston  Consolidated on its investments and  Munroe & Munroe on their successful  flotation.  A. M.   Whiteside also welcomed the  visitors to the Boundary and proposed  a toast to Munroe & Munroe who were  I so successful in promoting the consoli-  ' dation.  : Before Mr. Munroe responded Col.  ! Plummer took occasion to say that  ; New York appreciated the Munroes,  j appreciated their sterling worth, their  ��� enterprise and push, that they were all  friends of Munroes and they were go-  ' ing to stand by them.  Mr. Munroe in a modest speech  , thanked Col. Plummer and others for  ! the many kind things said,  | Mr. Charles Macdonald was introduced as a Canadian by birth and a  '��� New Yorker by adoption. He himself  didn't know what courtry he belonged  i to. He had a warm spot in his heart  j for his native land. He was delighted  j with the trip and impressed by the  I magnificent resources of the country.  j Mr. Arthur Shaw entertained the  ���' company with an exhibition of skirt  I dancing, and Mr. Pemberton's splen-  | did voice was heard in several topical  songs, Mr. A. W. B. Hodges acted as  accompanist.  MEN WHO KNOW.  J. E. McAllister, supt. of the B. C.  Copper Company's smelter, spoke as a  technical man with eighteen mouths  experience at a smelter treating Boundary ores. He had not  the experience of Mr. Hodges who was  the dean of Boundary smelting. Outside of Mexico the Boundary was the  greatest copper producer in America.  (Applause.) It was only a question of  production at low cost and that problem had been solved. (Applause.) The  stuff is here to be worked and we know  how to work it. (Applause.) He paid  a compliment to Mr. Hodges by saying  he had paved the way to success and  they were all profiting by his experience He congratulated the Montreal  and Boston on the success of their flo-  '"tati6n"an"d~b^'"th~e"valuabl'e,:'p'r6p^Yties'  which they had secured.  A. W. B. Hedges, general superintendent of the Granby company's  mines and smelter, said there was considerable talk about low grade ores but  low grade mines meant success (hear,  hear) and low grade mines meant success in the Boundary. (Applause.)  The total profits are measured by the  amounts you can mine and smelt per  day The profits are here. He was  glad to learn of the consolidation. His  company had been doing business by  itself and when they were fighting for  better freight rates on ore and supplies  I Everybody Uses Soap |  y and everybody who uses our  Y  X  Y  V  *  speaks very highly of it  Your money back if you don't like it.  THOMAS DRUG CO.  GUESS BLOCK  Y  Y <��X<~:-<KK^X��X��<K"X��<"X~X'<����X~X�� ����<h^MmH,*8>��*<,^X��*'X-X"XmX*��  they would have been glad to have the  cooperation of the Montreal & Boston.  The Montreal & Boston had in Phoenix  mines just as good as the Granby, but  not so well developed. (Applause.)  He extended to all a cordial invitation  to visit the Granby mines and see for  themselves what Phoenix mines Jook  like after five year's development. He  would be glad to cooperate with the  Montreal and Boston and assist them  in any way he could.  (Loud applause.)  H. T. Pemberton, general manager  of the Montreal aud Boston, thanked  the visitors for the opportunity to show  them the properties of the company.  He felt sure with the necessary capital  that in less than five years they would  be able to make just as good a showing  as the Granby  or the B. C. Copper Co.  Lack of space precludes even a reference to happy speeches by C. A. Fish,  a director; Quincey Ward Boese, attorney for the company; Mr. Bartholemew,  Mr. Graham, Dr. Margoris, Mr. Brooks,  Mr. Stowe, Mr. Mitchell, Mr. Cody, |  Mr. Armstrong, Mr. McMynn, Dr.  Foster and Mr. Whicher.  Mr. Wilcox, of the Phoenix Pioneer,  iu a neat speech stated that while the  mining companies were doing things  and furnishing plenty of copy, the  newspaper men would be>glad to print  the news.  The banquet was over at one o'clock.  Those from Greenwood declared it one  of the most successful affairs ever held  in the city, and the gentlemen from  New York one and all claimed they had  seldom spent a more pleasant evening.  VISITING THE MINES-  Friday morning the members of the  party went to Phoenix to examine the  big mines of the company. Some  drove up while others took considerable  diversion out of riding festive cayooses.  The day was spent at the Brookly and  Stemwinder.  Tomorrow night the visitors will be  guests of the Greenwood Club at a  complimentary smoker.  MYERS-GREENWOOD  At the residence of the brides parents Anaconda, Mr. Arthur H. Myer  of the British Columbia Copper company's office staff was married to Miss  Elonan Greenwood, Rev. Father  O'Neill officiating. The bridesmaid  was Miss Bravar and Albert Greenwood, brother of the bride, supported  the groom. The happy couple will  spend the honeymoon in Spokane. The  Times joins their many friends in ex-,  tending congratulations.  Provincial Grand Master, Thos.  Neelands, visited Boundary Valley  Lodge, I. O. O. F., on Wednesday  night. A special meeting of the lodge  was called to greet the Grand Master ���  and there was a good attendance.  Previous to the meeting District  Deputy Fred B. Holmes entertained  the Grand Master and several past  grands at dinner at the Swayne house.  Grand Master Neelands, who is an ex-  mayor of the City of Vancouver, delivered an interesting and instructive  address to the Oddfellows. Refreshments were served after the meeting.  On Thursday night the Grand Master  visited Grand Forks lodge and Phoenix  lodge tonight. 'He was accompanied  by District Deputy Holmes.  CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  Sunday next, October 2nd, the ser.  vices will be taken by the Rev. F. H.  Graham, Rector of Nelson, who will  preach both morning and evening.  An Ottawa dispatch announces that  parliament has been dissolved and that  the Dominion general elections will  take place on November 3rd.  DR MATHISON DENTIST  Opposite Post Office  GREENWOOD      -  �� .      b C  MORTGAGE SALE  MORTGAGE   SAI.E   OF   VALUABI.E  RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY  Under and by virtue of the power of sale contained in a certain mortgage which will be  produced at the time of sale, there will be for  sale by public auction by W. G. Gaunce. in  front of the Mart at the City of Greenwood,  British Columbia, on Saturday the 29th dav of  October, 1904, at 12 o'clock noon, the follow!. .'  property in the City of Greenwood, to wil���  Lot 6, Block 25, Map 34 in the Sub. of Dist.  �����a!r�� '-��"which" is^rected-a neat onestorv  vSF* at.. he Cori,.er ?f Church al,d "a streets.  ,������?  further particulars and conditions of sale  WPb' to Harris & Bull, Bank of B. N   A  BldK-. Vancouver,   vendor's Solicitors,   or to  w. G. Gaunce, Greenwood, B. C.  27th September, 1904.  TAKE  KODAK  WITH   YOU  Kodalts, $5 to $97 ^n Koda.c s���pPne3  at catalogue prices.  SMITH  &  McRAE  GREENWOOD. B  C.  J. G. LANG   PROVINCIAL   ASSAYER  Specialties:   Checking   Smelter   Returns,    Concentration,   Cyanide   and  Amalgamation Tests.  GREENWOOD,    :    :    B. C.  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Wholesale Dealers  in  Choicest  Brands  of  Wines.  Liquors and Cigars.  Sole Boundary  Agents For  pabst  Brewing  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  m LAGER  BEER  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  J AS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  00000<><>00<)<X)0<>0<>0<>00000<)<)0<>000000��  ��M3M:  o   o   o   o  BEST $1 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY  Nicely Furnished  Rooms.  Hot and Cold Baths  Free to Guests.  WM. GREEN, Proprietor.  5oooo<>o<>o<><>oo<>ooo^o<K>oo<><><^o<>oo<><>o<>oooo<)oooooo<>oooo<>^

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