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Array /6*  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD; B. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18. 1903.  No.  *  -COMPANY, i-irp.-  On Fall Necessities  MEN'S UNDERWEAR  v.' l    j\ YOU ^GEISI-TLEMEN;;who;lha^eibtjenf buying%i )������������  )) \ underwear every fall .'should (bei good j judges of it. -..'���.-  = ���' S St��?p in and examine the;TIGER EJlasticrRibbed��� !.$;{'......  r    ."* it-sells itself.    Strictly all wool of ^Highest grade, '',% : .;-;  tinshrinkable and pleasant to wear. ;/  PENMAN'S Celebrated English   Underwear. --'   I    J  Finest lambs wool, unshrinkable and of best wear- ',  ing qualities, an elegant line of medium priced goods ./:;'  Also, woolen' arid union good of all  weights  and prices.' :\;! ' -'v.-;  SUSPENDERS; " .'"'^ Z  .-���;,'     .The ROUGHRIDER Suspender is fast comingg j \u  to the front.    It sells for 50c���equals the President'..." |  (which sells for 75c) and is Union made.  Equalizes ;   :  the strain no matterwhat position the body is in.   >' |    ���  ;. ;;;;;   boy-s clothing   717  NO. MONEY in cheap, shoddy clothes for boys���nor .in  paying fancy prices for so-called "good goods."- The idea is'to  find serviceable, all wool suits, .made to fit and look-neat, at  popular prices. We will be pleased'-to show you ourinewUineiof  ^BQYSSTW0 -AND THREE'PIEeE SUITSliafiabdd;pickers.  ^They-'ar&^he cmes:|K U 77J77 7 7       $ i�� Ilil-j^flCJ^'&'s; i :  '" '. ���.���������-'���������>��� ;���--.:���������.*������*���      TRUNKS  ���"���*���.-������������/.,        '���:������ .'-!'.-:  A recent purchase of a carload-of trunks for our  various stores places us in a position to sell trunks, '  grips, suit cases, telescopes, etc., at prices to pleass i  everybody.       Large   assortment   to   pick   from. '  THE BIG STORE  Piccadilly Restaurant  A  New  Restaurant Run on to the  Live and Let Live Plan.  Where Meals can be secured at all  hours, well served-and at moderate  prices, i--i, ;-,ji; ":L  OPEN DAY  NIGHT;  x  "\r*^r��^r*^r~\r*~*i^r^��/  CAMPAIGN  vIS OPENED  w.  Ai.JGalliheiv Welcomed  t# -Greenwood Audience.  M  '.'���.'���i'*!.'''"*'   A  Record of {Great Literal Party  auently Discussed*  Elo-  The first gun in the short political'  campaign was fired last evening- when  W. A. Galliher M. P.. the popular member for Yale-Cariboo addressed a large  audience at the Auditorium. He not  only extolled the record of the Liberal  party in federal affairs but denounced  the conduct of conservatives who,bo  badly mismanaged affairs in this province. He urged upoa liberals particularly and good citizens generally,to  loyally stand behind Mr. Brown in the  the labor legislation passed hy the Liberals and stiougly defended the Grand  Trunk Pacific scheme. He contrasted  the scheme with that suggested by  Hon. Mr. Borden leader of the Conservatives and pointed out that British  Columbia, would reap the greatest benefit from the construction of this great  transcontinental road. In a stirring  oration he urged the electors of Greenwood to do their share in getting the  province out of the rut by retumirig  ���Mr.Brown a>"the head of the poll, .'! '  U Mr. Galliher was loudly applauded on  resuming his seat seat after a powerful  tine hour and half speech. The meet-  then dispersed.  'Mr. Galliher addressed a meeting  it Boundary Falls this afternoon and  Will also speak at Midway this evening.  I    f       :   .When you ;do not" relish your food  and feel dull and stupid after eating,  'ill you'need is a dose of Chamberlain's  j*Homach an Liver Tablets.   They will  struggle   for  government.  sound   and   progressive  ������:-t��:-:��:~>.  i  ������"���-���������"������'������2^J.--lJ-l��*,<'--J-H*����*>��*��.^  NEW GOODS  NEW  GOODS  OUR FALL STOCK HAS ARRIVED.  SEE THE LATEST IDEAS FOR MEN.  WOMEN   AND  CHILDREN.  Dress Goods, Curtains, Flannels, Ladies'  Coats, Ladies' Furs* Ladies' Shoes  and Slippers, Children's Shoes  Men's Clothing,  ?*-><^~:.*0*-W***M*"*K-^^  A Conservative Commission  i     ---. t ���**���  In 1886 the Conservative Government  of the day appointed a commission  to  The meeting was opened by C. Scott, ^eal with the subject of the relation of  Galloway'who presided,   The Auditor-**. -Jkbor and capital,  ium was well filled   and.  a   number 64  ladies-were   present and  took a keen  interest in the discussion, Mr. Galloway  explained the absence of Mr Brown.  He said Mr.   Galliher  was   going   to  speak in. a  number-of  constituencies;  and that' was'the'o'nly might he could  give Greenwood before his1-' Mr.   Galli-  hers return from Ottawa. "  Mr. Brown had arranged to hold a  meeting in Hock Creek and as Mr.  Brown is a gentlemen,who always kept  b4a engagements h-e-wenr their- to ,hold  the meeting. Mr. Brown would however address the Greenwood electors at  an early date. The chairman then invited representatives" of the conservatives and socialists' to/ come forward  and address the meeting. R. B. Ker,  lawyer of'Phoenix came .forward in the  interests of Mr.* Mills but no one appeared to defend the conservatives.  Mr. Galloway then, called upon Duncan  Ross to address the meeting.  Mr. Ross referred to tne treachery of  Premier McBride since the time he  assumed office until the shortening of  the date of the election. He pointed  out that the old gang were lined up behind McBride, and if good sound progressive governu.ent was desired it  cquld^be^secured^only^-.through ^the  liberals. '-He could not be'ieve that the  Boundary, creek district rich in mineral  resources and depending so much on  progressive government would return  a man who is after the impossible.  Socialism would never be attained on  this side of heaven. It was beautiful  theory but the people were dealing with  serious practical matters. Mr. Kerr  immediately; committed the previous  speaker to hades and said that; earth  already was a Hell.' He then spoke for  nearly an hour, his arguments'being  along the usual lines adopted.by socialistic speakers. He quoted extensively  American statistics to prove that the  laboring men in Canada were not receiving what they produced and criticized the report of the labor commission. He claimed that Mr. Hawthorn-  waite the only socialist member had  taken up three fifths of the time of the  legislature.  Mr. Galliher was loudly applauded  upon rising to address the meeting.  He availed himself of the first opportunity to thank the people of Greenwood  for supporting him in the Federal election of 1900 and urged them to loyally  support to Mr. _Brown in this contest.  Mr. Brown was thoroughly honest thor-  ougyly capable, and could be depended  upon to do what was right in the interests of the people (loud applause). He  recalled Mr. Ker's specious arguments  and clearly showed thet the Liberal  government has placed legislature  in the statute bookathat insured a fair  days pay for a fair day's' work. Mr.  Ker boasted of the rapid development  made by socialism but in no country  in the world was there a socialistic  form of government and it was not at  all likely there ever would be one. It  was not to Mr. Hawthornwaite's credit  that he took up so much of the time of  the legislature. Mr. Ker referred to  the prosperous condition of our grand  fathers but would any one say that the  condition of laboring men in Canada  today was not away ahead of their condition 50 years ago.   He  referred to  I?  settlement of strikes and all other departmental expenses have come to  about what the Conservative Government paid for'its barren co.iiuiUsion on  capital and labor, which extended its  work over a similar period of time, and  from which there have been absolutely  no results.  make you feel like a new man and give  ' iu an appetite like a bear. For sale  J. L,.��White Greenwood and A. F.  Tiiomas Midway.  . 300 suits of $1.50 to $3.00 mens underwear to be sold at $1.00 a suit at Hun -  ter-Kendrick.  '��� That commission took about three  years to prepare a report, which cost  the country over $81,000.  The chief reccommendation^ contained in the report was that a bureau of  labor for the Dominion was urgently  needed. ��� An act was passed establishing a Department of Labor just previous to the election of 1899, but after the  return of the Conservative party (to  power in that year, nothing ever was  heard of the Act, and no department of  ofiiabor-was established. The present  Liberal government at Ottawa has  been '-adversely criticised because of  the cost' of the Chinese Commission, and an attempt has been made  to make cheap political capital out of  the sums paid to the members of the  Commission for their services. The  time and money this commission cost  were time and money well spent. The  Commission accomplished something  definite and the result of its labors is  the Act increasing the per capita tax  on Chinese to $500, which means their  exclusion from Canada.  Compare the cost aud the fruitful result of this Liberal Commission with  the coat and barren result of the Conservative Labor Commission. In view  of--the -experience - with Commissions,  the Conservatives should be the very  last, as they are the least entitled, to  utter one word in disparagement of any  Royal Commission or Commissioners.  Their own record forbids it.  The Conservatives has not been fortunate - i with their Commissions.  They i never seem to accomplish anything beyond paying salaries and expense bills.  Prior to the election of 1896 the Conservative party appointed a Commissioner to investigate the alleged existence of the sweating system in Canada.  This commission reported that there  did not appear to be any sweating sys  tern in the Dominion.  When the Liberal government a->*  sumed power in 18% they at once directed* their attention to the condition  of labor in the Dominion.  They had every evidevce to believe  that notwithstanding the report of the  commissioner appointed under the previous Conservative administration, that  the s\\ eating system has gainhd a very  strong foothold in the Dominion.  The present Minister of Labor appointed a special commissioner to investigate this matter, and he reported  to the Government that in practically  all of the clothing contracts wbich had   critic  been  executed   for  the  Conservative |  '���   Government during the preceding 10 J The Proper Treatment for a  years'a svrtem of sub-contracting had.  prevailed which had resulted in sweating in its extreme forms.  It was this report which i -i the Government to adopt its anti-sw ting regulations and fair wages policy, -.vhich  it has since carried out.  The Department of Labor was .������.tab-  lished by the Liberals ii. 1900 without  apy special recomendation from ;i commission*, and has' incrdased in importance ever since.  The total cost of the depart/natr, including the salaries of its officers,  printing binding and ilisrrihuti.ig of  the Labor Gazette, the travelling expenses of the fair wage officers,, expen-  ser of the conciliator engaged in  the  ;   Good Lord Good Devil.  V Dr. Spankie the conservative candidate cannot trust his leader. In an  address printed at Timothy Eatons's  or somewhere else outside the district,  he states that he "shall insist in every  instance in holding the party true to  its professions; and he will "condemn  any legislation even if brought forward  by my own party, which I believe  wrong in principle arid injurious in  effects." It is well that Dr. Spankie  should take this wise precaution when  the men behind McBride are considered, but it is this ''good lord '. good  devil policy" which has created chaos  in the past. If the good doctor'is-so  fearful .that the- conservatives will  bring forward legislation wrong in  principle and injurious in effects he  should support J. R. Brown, the'eandi  date of a party who will not be guilty  of the confirmed habits of the conservatives. .������!.- .  Were Appreciative  Numbers of members of: the British  Commercial party before leaving the  city expressed their regret that no opportunity had presented itself to allow  of their publicly thanking the Green-,  wood Board of Trade and all others  who had done so much to make their  visit a pleasant one, for the kindness  and attention shown them. They desired that the Times assure thejeitizens  of Greenwood that the efforts put forth  for their en tertainment were fully atp  preciated. To Mayor Smaties.j and  Messrs Allison; Myers-Gray, Gaunce,  and Jacobs they were especially grateful these gentlemen., having''bWen-a,  greatlpatrtlT to*"promote tlieir comfort  ���and to show them whatever could be  seen during the short time available,  for sight seeing. To; Messrs. Kefler  and Hoi man, at the Mother Lode mine,  to Mcltito-h at th*:; Providence mine,  for their kind attention; to- the Greenwood Club for courtesies extended, arid  to the railway officials and train crews  they were also grateful, they left the  Boundary with nothing but the livliest  appreciation of the industrial importance of the district and the hospitable  disposition of its people.  Dysentry causes, the death of rmbre  people than small pox and yellow fever  combined. In an army it is dreaded  morejhan aJ>attle.L^I' t_requires.prom pt  and effective treatment. Chamber-,  Iain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy has been used in nine epidemics of|dysentery in the United States  with perfect success, and has cured the  most malignant cases, both of children and adults, under the most trying  conditions. Every household should  have a bottle at hand Get it today.  It may savea life. Sold by J. L. While  Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas Mid>  way.  Mining Association.  Fi- u  Visitors   See   Mines  Smelters.  and  Much Impressed With Gold and Silver  Bearing Quartz.  Greenwood has been hdnbreti this  week by a visit from the most-'representative body of British Empire commercial interests, that has ever visited  British Columbia. Oyer 100 of the delegates to'the meeting of the Empire  Chainber ofr Commerce,' recently convened at Moutreal', spent Tuesday and  Wednesday in the;city;;: A; committee  from the Board of Trade met the. visitors at Phoenix and escorted, them to  Greenwood. A special train had been  arranged'for, to carry the gub'sts'to the  Mother Lode mine and: local smelters,  whilexarriages conveyed ithem to some  of the newer; mines, :notably the Elkhorn and Providence. With, triie British instinct the Visitors showed far  more interest in gold thaq chopper, and  though scarcely;moved by!K-reat-riiount  ainS of copper ore were visibly, affected  by the sight of quartz'havinggoKI, and  silver-bearing quartz, particularly the  former. .'  ' Front tlie great "commercial' centres,  frqm. the great seaports,' from the manufacturing cities, of! the; Empire they  came, .and, withithe ���buisiness acumen  of men of large: interests strove tolaarn  Something of the ways, the hopes, the  resources of this new corner of fi'"yreat  -EinpireU-- -;!i.������'���'.    ^-1'���-.-��� *:->'  London and ', Liverpool, Manchester  and Montreal, Portsmouth, and Plymouth, Bradford and Brisbal, Belfast  and Blackpurn, Shieffield and Swansea,  Walverhampton and Wisbeck," Canterbury and Cardiff, Leads' 'and'-L'-'-rtOH,  Huddensfield and Heckmoudith,. Nottingham and Newport, Dover anil Dudley, Torquay and Trinidad, each had  their representative's in' Green'wood.  The men from Edinburgh' aiid Galas-  Hhiels^ were greeted ' by inniiy1.' local  Scots and not a few glasses) 'were  drained over the diseovery of mutual  acquaintances 'at home'.   Several Am*..  Have   you   joined  Miring Association ?  the    Provincia  If not, why not?  Not interested in mining? Want the  other follow to do the lifting?  Don't care whether or no the mining  laws are revised?  Don't care whether or not the costs  of Crown Grants are reduced?  Don't belie/e that an effort should be  made to protect the man in his rights  who negleets taking out the license.  Of course you think the laws are  wrong in many instances, and the administration of them is worse sometimes, but maybe you have an idea that  your share in the reform is just to be a  Do you ?  Sprained  Ankle  As a rule a man will  feel well  satis-  ; ficd if he can hobble around on crutches  I two or three weeks after spraining his  ��� ankle, and it is  usually   two  or  three  | months before he has fully recovered.  ! This is an unnecessary loss of time, for  ' in many cases in which Chamberlain's  1 Pain   Balm   has    been  promptly  and  ; freely   applied,   c   complete cure  has  been effected in   less than   one week's  time,  and  in  some cases within three  days.    For sale by J. L. White  Greenwood, and A. F Thomas Midway.  ericans happened to be in town at the  'time and the Board of Trade 'register  bears the signature of men from-'New  York, Toledo and Chicago. . ���;,..-1,  The Board of Trade had assembled  a representative collection of local ores  in its room on Copper street, where the  Secretary endeavored to explain the  resources of the neighborhood. There  were to be seen great samples of; copper ore from the Mother Lode, Sunset,  King Solomon, Big copyer, Morrison,  and Oro Denoro; massive specimens of  run of the mine from the Elkhorn  Providence. Defierice, Waterlco.iiCres-  cent running in values from $100 to  $1000 to the ton ; with free goid samples from the Providence, Gold Finch  and E. P. U. One rare specimen of  telluride worth $3000 to the ton. taken  from the E. P. U. attracted much attention.  i - - - -. * >. j  The visitors were very kindly enter-  tcin'd at the Club and spoke in the  highest terms of their reception in the  camp. ���  ��� The weather was perfect and the  bright sunshine and fresh crisp air  were fully enjoyed.  Most of the visitor were extremely  non-committal and appeared to be apprehensive that somebody would try to  unload a gold brick on them. Frequent references could be heard to  Whittaker Wright and the unhappy  light in which he placed British Col- .  umbia before the British investor.  This however only gave the party  addressed the opportunity; to explain  that if British manipulators had muclt-  ed their friends, British Columbia was  in no sense to blame. Taken all in all  the visit was a timely one and cannot  be otherwise than productive of great  good ultimately to the Boundary.  Billiar.l   and pool   table   for sale  rent a. Second Hand White's.  Church of England.  Services will be held next Sunday, in  St. Jude's Hall as follows: ���Holy Communion 8 a. m. Matins 11 a. tn. Uolv  Communion and Sermon 12 uoon.  Children's Service, 2.30 p. m. Evensong and Serm'ori "30 p.'m. THE   BOUNDARY  CRJ3��}K   TIMES  Cbe  Boundary r Creek Times  Issued   eoery fridav  Duncan Ross ...-..*;...... Manaoing Editor  SUBSCRIPT     IONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Ykak    ���������   Six Months J   ������  ���  To FOKKION  CQITK    -THIES   . ...�� 2 00    1 25    2 50  FRIDAY,   SEPT "EMBER   18    1903.  THE   ELECT'ORS DUTY.  Tomorrow thrbe candidates  will be nominated i'or the Greenwood electoral riding*; J. R. Brown  representing the Liberal party,  Dr. J. E.' Spankie, tha Conservatives and Ernest Mills the Socialists. The electors will; h-ave two  ?:weeks; to -decide whom tb;"vote for.  Mr. Brown is a worthy"''.,representative of a party which has demonstrated its ability, to give this  fair Dominion and the jinajority  of provinces good government.  He has a thorough know ledge of  political affairs and is sound in  his views on all questions affecting the interests off; the   masses.  Dr. Spankie is a successful  physician and a good fellow.  His busy occupation in a field  far removed from politics has not  given the opportunity to cafefully  study those questions which so  seriously effect the progress - and  development   of-. this .. province.  The conservative, candidate is  a good doctor but- a poor politician. His friends would be doing h im a service by giving him  an opportunity to attend strictly  to his practice.and leave politics  alone.  Ernest Mills represents a party  which is at least as old as the  French Revolution, but which  has more recently interjected itself into the political affairs of  this conntrv. Their policy is destructive not constructive.. Their;  desire is not to remove the chaos  which has injured this province:  but to increase it.  The Socialist candidates cannot  hope to win in more than two  constituencies. Surely Greenwood so vitally interested in sound  and stable government and a renewal of confidence is nbt going  to be one of them.  If the electors of Greenwood are  interested in the development of  this district, if they are anxious  for the return of better times, if  they desire honest and progressive  government,  course    to  anxious that the premier of this  province should be a man who can  be trusted. A man who knives  hits .friends and sacrifices his birth  place and home towu is too dangerous"-' an individual to have  charge of the provincial government. It is such an indication of  his character as will defeat him  on October 3rd.  there is only one  take. Their votes  should be given to John R. Brown,  the Liberal candidate.  McBRIDE'S TACTICS.  Hon Richard McBride in hastening the date of the election one  month, has strikingly demonstrated that he cannot be trusted  in the administration of public  affairs. A man who is loyal to  the best interests of the province  must be loyal to his friends and  to his home town. Mr. McBride  thought it a good political move  to hold the elections on October  3rd aud forthwith the order was  made. Mr. McBride was raised  in the city of New Westminister  and his past career has been  closely identified with the interests of that town. For many  years the enterprising citizens of  New Westmenister have bent all  their energies toward making the  Royal City Fair a success. They  succeeded so well that the fair  was attended by citizens from  parts of the province. This year  the banner day of the fair was to  be October 3rd. The holding of  the election on that day necessarily means that the people will be  at home polling. their votes, and  consequently the big fair will be  ruined. Mr. McBride knew this  but he was quite prepared to sacrifice his own town to gain a  political advantage. We are not  particularly interested in the New  Westminister  fair  but   we   are  LIBERAL MANIFESTO.  Vancouver, Sept. 4.���The following  manifesto has been issued to the electors, by the executive of the British  Columbia liberal Association:���  Tne liberal -platform, as adopted at  the provincial liberal convention held  at Vancouver on February 7th, 1902, is  as follows :  1. The immediate redistribution of  the constituencies of the province on  the basis of population but allowing a  smaller unit of population per seat for  the outlying districts.  2. Government ownership, Dominion, provincial and municipal, of public  services of utilities i ssound-and shoudl  be carried out in British Columbia.  3. Should it be advisable at any  time to grant aid to a railway company  such shall be in cash and not in land  and no bonus of any kind shall be  given without definite and effective  means being taken to safeguard the  interests o�� the province in the management of the road, control of the  freight and passenger rates, and provision made against such railway having any liability against it except for  actual cost.  4. Immediate construction of the  Coast-Kootenay railway; the Cariboo  railway; a railway from Alberni to a  point on the east coast of the island; a'  road in the northern part of the province from the coast to the eastern  boundary with an extension to the  northern' boundary; the railway fronr  Vernon to. Midway ,by;.north fork of  Kettle river; with necessary "branch  lines, ferries and connections.  5. The enforcement of .the. act now  in force compe!ling,.the. scaling-of logs  by government scalers.  6. That such, legislation should be  enacted as will result ,in making the  lands included in the various dyking  areas available for cultivation as  quicKly as possible' and secure prompt  payments of. assessments when due.  7. That the government should keep  in touch, with the conditions iin connection .with mining, protecting said  industry against combines and trusts  and,if necessary for the purpose build  and operate smelters and refineries.  No reasonable change should be made  in the mining laws without full notice  to all parties interested, giving full,  opportunity for, discussion and criticism, i,  8., As the province can only advance  by the settlement within its borders.pf  thrifty.and prosperous citizens, and as  Orientals never become citizens in any;  proper sense of the word, we declare it  to. be. the duty of the government to  discourage Oriental immigration and;  employment by every means within  its power, and we appeal to our fellow  liberals throughout the Dominion to  aid us in our efforts to protect ourselves  against - the ruinous competitionj.of  men having a standard of decency and  comfort^ immensely ��� below that of  civilized 'peoples, and who shirk every  duty and obligation of citeriship which  the law will allow them to escape.  9. The government ought to prevent  the waste and suffering caused by  strikes and lock-outs,-and an'eanest  effort ought to be made to provide  some means of preventing such strikes  and lockouts, and we approve the  adoption of compulsory arbitration.  10. The fiscal system of the province stands in need of revision. Taxation should bear., upon privilege  rather than upon industry, and no addition should be made to the debt of  the province except for public works  properly chargeable to capital.  11. The retaining of the resources  of the province as an asset for the  benefit of the people and taking effective measures to prevent the alienation  of the public domain except for actual  bona fide business or industrial purposes, putting an end to the practice  of speculating in connection with the  same.  12. The construction and maintenance of roads throughout .the province  to aid in the development of the mining and agricultural districts.  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE I  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WE1LERBR0S.1  FURNITDREf  ciltrs 111  VICTORIA. B. C.  Ui  BUNTING & DEMPSEX  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITTINGfHdt  WATER HEATING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction Guar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood  FOR SALE  Well Known    ! 1 ���  9  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED . ' FOR  ALL KINDS OF WOffK. |< H ���  GREENWOOD, :  :   :   B. C.  \  ��� \  E^wneV'St  ���t.  and  A Large assortment i of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies. I  li. B, ITHitiroe  ���goppsr Street.  FOR SALE.  The first plank of the above platform  refers to a subject which, though not  a live issue now, was so when the platform was adopted. In this matter the  rights of the people have been substan  tially secured by the efforts of a handful of liberal members who, holding  the balance of power during the session  of 1902, compelled an unwilling admin-  stration to pass the present Redistrib  ution Act.  The executiveof lhe British Columbia  Liberal Association desire to caU your  attention to the following :  The province is on the eve of a general election, and for the lirst  time  in  (Continued]on page three)  SORRELL MARE, good  to ride or drive.    Price $30.00.  WM. JENKS.  Providence Creek, Greenwood.  f?**-'4--*C-,*?*-*1'��M*-'*l'��'M��*4^  ^ .K* itf" tf1 ��P 8<? ST J<^** Jf .K* .Jf" K" J-T J��" K* j**  Chocolates  -AND-  Bon Bons  IN THE CITY.  ..Buy Cbem.<  For   Your     Sweetheart   or  Wife.  H. A. KING & CO.,  COPPER STREET.  &J*&JtJ*JtjtJltJtJilJi3jtjltJtJ/lJ��jll  <&***&>**<&&*<>**&*00<r**>*>4*>  640 ACRES'���  ;^.50 ACRESixrTimothy and:Grasses  '1Ci0OFeet^Ha^ild%tleSiis  35 Acres flog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through  ��� ���' ��0lO|CPP.^Just doming  into bearing. U  BARNS all floored. \\  ^.UEIMITED money in HOGS-1  - CHICKM and ROOT i)USES.;j  .;; BERRIES grow:to perfection,  bringing $2 to $3 a cratej  ,and;..cattie.---...-���...-!.���      > ������:-.  ;;f ���:-  ��� -If you ��� want- rosy cheeks and a fat  purse raise stock,' ��� the healthiest vocation .and ,the Boundary...*is;^positively  the best market in the world. , This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia'fotsthe  money.   ,-:,-/������:���-������   a -,i.:. iuiu -: .!'"'���"    [|  :<~  -w.'Inquire at TIMES.-office-or-*: -'j jj   ".'.  ST00KE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway.  ''  ��� ^ v��R5��^fc #8:C:::;  ,       i r -i   1    -   '   1   f       1 I   .    I'l i "I  ..RAILWAY...  EXCURSION  RATES  Pii'Uffii  '���;"  SAI-LIN& DATES:     ���'; j .-?  September 26, 27A and.{281  -..-. *,'��� good to return.until   i.. j./  '; ..,.v.'0q^bepf.��ttV';*'.ll'Al  RATE FROM GREENWOOdI 'i  &t^a\^���?%-iF:  i  11;'.  ...���*, i.     ���   .    ��� ������. .-.-   ��� ������ ������ .--  ���    ��� !.���    '   i ���-���   .���:.- j ��*.  Corresponding  rates from all Kootenay points. *'���'���"'     j ":���  Through coaches and sleepers Arro,w-  head to Westminster. .!''**,  ttfii3'llii,i;i0  .-..-..v. r    .;    -':'     ���      ' "  '-    '    ���   ''���'���     '    ' '���-���-'���  ;   >      '  ��� On, payment ,of .excursion for-Van-  couver or Westminster to Victoria"  tickets will be extended 8 days.  For complete information and ifurthr  er particulats  apply to local agents or  E. R. REDPATH,. Ag-eut,  :  Greenwood. ,  ���;���  E. J. COYLE,        J. S. CATER,   V  \.(\ P.A., Vanconvpr ' D.P.A. Nelson  Spokane Falls & KortUern Railway^.  Nelson & Fort Sbeppard Railway Coi;  Red Mountain Railway Co.,   ?  WasMngton & G. N. Co,   ��� ������>  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & N. Co. -7  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland Nel-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.   ���  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. m. Spokane        5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p. m.  7:00 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. m.  11:00 a.m.   (Millers, Grand    4:00 p. m  Forks)  9.15 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash.  g    Slates,  Pencils*   Rubbers,  Etc. Etc* 3  gr- .-.���.-. :"*5  ��E EVERYTHING IN THE LINE OF 3  g SCHOOL   SUPPLIES   MAY   BE ^  B HAD   AT  KIGHT  PRICES AT =g  g~ Books. Wall Paper. Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34. i  v ^  ,.��'.���������>-��.��) fi-  ifiiill  GEO. R. NADEN,  Manager.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America Assur-;  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto. i  Liverpool   and   London   and The  Canadian  Birkbeck   In-  'ri Globe Insurance Company. vestment and Savings Co.  ;  MINES.        <       STOCKS,    ,'-       REAL ESTATE.  ���THE:  Copper Street."  *" OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. |  MEAXS AT ALI. HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  ��  Charles R. <Pittock,  *  TRY   OUR   COFFEE  ^ropr.  <w  %%  *w  %%  %% -  si  ss  SI  ss  ss  JtJ*  IP ** *P |P IP I? ��P U" 8** tF IP JP JJ* IF JP  it* S* IR* Jp ��p��p w *��� ip !����� ��p *r R" ^ !��*  ,%]��;*,��^;';-tfc  ���i^i (5* ��5* *��* i$* iS* ��5* *5* J* ��8* t^* v* i5* i^* **p ��3* ���J'  ) W;  fcfc  Mi  fcfc  f-- Mi  Mi  Mi  -   Mi  Mi  .'   Mi  ::   *k  0algary Beeh S  ,    .-   Mi  ny  =R^GRIEGER^ManageFi  <% ���� -4 �����* -?! 4 ��g << �� 4 -S ���% -S <*? ���%  ��p,jp jp jp ip ��iA ��P4P a<r |P j? jp jp jp jr jp jc  ���(JIB 8f *P IP IP IP *" ��P IP IP lP IP IP IP 8P ��P  PP0Ki^MEt @ct. 5 t�� 13  TENTH   ANNUAL.  INTERSTATE FAIR  ���������"���"������--"���*- MORE THAN $30,000 IN PLEM1UMS.  GREATEST   ATTRACTIONS    AND   BIGGEST -  "AW5EMENT   -FEATURES    EVER   OFFERED,  Agricultural exhibits S  stock show     fruit fair  MINING DEPARTMENT       FINE ARTS DISPLAY  BIGHT  ��AYS   RACING  OVER 300 HORSES ENTERED ,    BIG EVENT EACH DAY  $10,000   iIV   PURSES  ���Down. Town  Street Carnival   Every  Night,   Vaudeville  Specialties and High Class Circus Features.  SPECIAL LOW RATES on all RAILROADS  Concession Privileges for Sale. Write lor Premium List. H.G. Stimmel, Sec'y and Mgr.  MgKgemmm^^  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  <��!  <F*  ���!  Cr*  (r*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ���S  ��� ���i  tank of Montreal  e  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest  $8,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona asd Moxtnt Roval,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drcmmonp.  General Manager :   E. S   Clooston.  Branches in London, Eng. |^Vri3U New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  ^Travellers' Credits, available in any part'of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F, J. FINUCANE, Manager.  s��=9  *=��  *=%  *=%  **=9  ���*=*2  **��  >��2 THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  16^��  MEATS. ETC.   ��  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  , AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  ;��� fred b. holmes', '���  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for -storing- goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residenceopp,.city-hall.  ��*q~^����~^.��������������������*���*���*�������� I  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  ...   '-V'   <-*.'Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING  Merchant Tailors.' Greenwood, St,  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.','  I * Wi* FRA\vr,KYf Prop.  Finest Bath, 0"ubs:lri city^siBaths 25.��(.  Razors Honed.  Copper Street.       -      Greenwood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS;-  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,!  Notaries. Public.  Cahle Address :      nALLBTT."  Cnm.  j Bedford M'Nelll's   Grephwood,  i-odbs  ���<, Morplll(, & weal"! v   Moreing 4 Neal's  Lelber's.  I. H.  HALLETT.  B.C.  H.C.SBAW:  MCLEOD & BROWN  !   - *   '   ;   '  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notariesj Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Green-n*ood,~B-C.   ��� '  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLeod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block,, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office -with Gauuce &" Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   : .   ;      .-      .���   B.   O.  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial: Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)?  -  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  G.OLD ROCK Mineral.Claim, .situated in the  Kettle   River   Mining-   Division    of    Yale  .  District.  .Where Located : -.   Ou;Hoi*seshoe'  Mountain.  TAKE NOTICEthat I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for HerbertDavidsou, Free Miner's  Certificate   No.   B41903,  Robert    Wood,    Free  Miner's Certificate  No.  BS5455,  and    Charles  - Scott GallowajT^Free "Miner's Certificate-No;-  B55043,      'intend sixty        days from  the date hereof, to, apply *.to. the . Mining.  Recorder for aiCertificate of Improvements; for  the purpose of obtaining-a\Crpwn Grant of the;  above claim- ���-.���;���'. ,*:;*. ':;} '���-���''' :'-:��� .*.'���'*:/- v^h--''. '"���'.  And furtherr.take;notice'-',tliiatJaction;Vuiider  Section 37, must be'commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of February, A.D. 1903.  ���"Aug- 31; -";��� ���'"'.* -;'�����. ?���       ������������ '���:- -l-JBi HALLETT.  ''���'" MINERAL ACT T^396." '; V'" "  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  ���'95" Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle River  ; Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where Located :   In Smith's Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for JolmT. Bell, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B5S40O, Ralph Harron, Free  Miller's Certificate No. BS1201, Duncan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. B4TO2 and  Patrick Hickev, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  I5549S"), intend, sixty, , days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  .for a Certificateof Improvements for the pnr  pose of obtaining a Crown Graut 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 tills'20th day of April, 1-XI3. > '���". ....*'  *Aug. 31. 1. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  .-       NOTICE.  "TRIPOD   FRACTIONAL"   Mineral   Claim,  situate in tlie Greenwood Mining. Division  of Yale District;   Where located:    lis Central Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,'as  agent for the No. 7 Mining Company. Limited;  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 55007, 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 action, under  section 37, must be commenced be/ore the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 2Sth day of Mav, A. D.. 1903.  Sopt. 20.   - - I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  OLD GUARD Mineral Claim, situate- in tne  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located : In White's  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod  executor of the estate of Alex. Wallace,  deceased, Free Miner's Certificate No. B54954,in-  tend, sixty days from the date here f, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certi fie: tes of Improvements, for the purpose ofobtaii. ng Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under-  section 37. must be commenced before the is  snatrce of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th dav of January, 1903.  July 22 J. P. McLeod.  LIBERAL MANIFESTO.  ���-.- ..(Continued from page 2.)  its history the contest is to be conduct--]  ed upon party lines. : -f  Hitherto contests in the province  have been carried on between aggregations bound together rather by interest  than principle, by private arrangement1  rather than iby public considerations.  In the past the dominant, influences in  the several governments, of the: province have been conservative. The  Prior, Dunsmtiir, Turner and previous  governments have been almost entirely  composed of conservative, supported in  the house by conservatives. The present government of which the Honorable Richard McBride is oremieriis tho  natural seccessor in tradition and policy of that mischievous series of. personal, governments which has mado  .this^jjrovince^'althpugh.the richest of  ofany in natural ��� resources, the! least  prosperous in the Doth iinoii. With our  vast: "mineral vandfoth-er^f^sources tlie  progress of our'development hos'been  slow and entirely Hmsatisfactory. ' Un -  -        -;.--��--..--...-,.-M)-'.;-*>      *  wisejegislation; principally^-in the interest ofi;sp-eculatioai!3.c^  is ijesponsible to av6^1��xg��sexteat,for  this condition of; aff��if:s(|KjThe publ ic  assets, valuable franchises'and monopolies, have been'given;;^ra.y to favorite^  persons/and corporations, instead jpfr  >being,'-iitilized -for Uh6 benefit; of" the  peppie at large, and this has been go-  i'irig'pn for so long attirfie that the province now finds itself compelled to  exact from industryjthavrevenue which  had our'affairs beeri'wisely conducted  could easily have'been' obtained from  our squandered heritage. ;.;>4,    / .  Th e last' con seryative -rgoyern men t;  owing to its maladministration ;of the  public affairs^! of-,the ^'province,: was,  through  the   efforts'-'/jfrinctpally '< of a  small band of liberals, dismissed from  i  i   ���  _ -'ii-, ������;������;-���'-' * - !.-.-���;���  oflice., 'and ���accidentx"_and'->,the introduction of party lines has''placed atnotheir  conservative "go verhtrient in powier, anqj  has placed-at'the.h'ead of that government a���ihan who W|sS.-not only an'yar-  dent supporter of paWconservativeJ ad ���  ministrations, but was himself a member of one of them, and shared fully in  the responsibility of-an-attempt-ohvtlie  part of that government to give away!  to a railway-corporation, in directyde-  fiance of the iastructions of the legislature as expressed by statute, two large  blocks of enormously >: valuable; coal  and oil lands in Kootenay;      *   ��� ��� -y -.  It is the aim of the liberal party'; lo  place in the field at the coming election';  men pledged to remedy the evils from  which we,have so lonjg;'suffered.      ': .;-  Among the matters requiring immediate attention are the following:���" 'r  CIVIL SERVICE* REFO.RM:���;(a) By  taking care that the staff of officials'  sh.ill not be maintaitied beyond.the actual requirments of the service;'-..(b) by  making good conduct andefficiency the  conditions of tenure of office; (c):fitness  not favoritism, to govern appointments. ?;>-  FISCAL REFORM.���(a) By -keeping  expenditure within revenue, borrowing  money if at all only for works properly,!  chargeable   to   capital; (b).  wise, anct-i  provident administration of the natura|u  riches of the province, so  as to  bring  into the treasury  that revenue -whicii-;  should ;be derived.'��� from our great and"  varied resources; we declare our cc*n-  viction-that-the ^proper-taxes^-fentsr  and  royalties, can  and ought to be,  levied and collected in such a way as to  encourage-industry  and  at the"same  time provide sufficienI revenue arid enable the government to repeal in whole  or   in  part  certain  taxes t which   no.v  haitnper industry, '-arrest* development,  and create dissatisfaction; among  the  people.  (c) In this connection the taxation  of mines will receive that consideration  which the importance of the mining industry to the province demands. It is  not claimed by those engaged in mining that their property should be exempt from taxation, but they do claim  that the present system of levying taxes  is unfair, and tends to discourage the  investment of capital and tlie employment of labor in mining'"enterprise,  thus not only retarding the develop  meat of our mineral resources, but also  impeding the prosperity of the mining  community and preventing the enlargement of sources of revenue to the province itself. The present system im  poses a tax on wages as well as on profits, and should be readfusteJ so as to  bear on profit only.   '  REFORM IN LAND ADMINISTRATION.���(a) We denounce absolutely  the conservative policy of land gr-ints  by way of bonus to railways, and also  the reservation of large tracts of land  which has obtained in the past.  (b) We declare it to be our pslicy  to hold the public lands in trust for the  promotion of settlement and encouragement of industry. In the case agri  cultural lands, we favor free homesteads under conditions which shall effectually secure the land to actual settlers.   -   '"';  (c) Full and exact information as to  all public landr. fit for settlement stioul I  be obtained uy the government, and  made available at every government  office for the information of tee peo  pie.  THE FARMING INDUSTRY���(a)  Recognizing the importance of agricul  ture in the province, we are in favor of  placitig the agriculttiraljdiej^artmen^of^  the government oh a thoroughly pratfe*'/  iical and. efficient basis. ���.-���..���; :. ^:f^  t" b) The^'bad majnagemeritland^ inefficiency of the government have imposed,  upon''*--thie-/-ow'neris''*b'f;H'iie'':''yylied lands a  much heavier burden than thev should  have   been   called   upon   \o   bear.' :\Vi;  -       ( . ��� --"it  would'enact the legislation -making the  lands included in the various dyking  areas available: for cultivation as quickly' as possible. This whole question  call your prompt attention and settle  ment upon a basis which shall be at  once jvst to the owners of these lands  and fair to to the taxpayers of the province as a whole.  (c- In the iutere.-il of agricultue in  what is commonly known as the dry  belt, the question of the proper utilization of the.witter supply for irrigation  purposes demand and' receive "'prompt  attention from the government.  ROADS.���The present lack of system  of constructing and maintaining roads  and trails is productive of a serious  waste of p'iibli;,; and, in this connection  more can be;done to open up new district's,'where roadsWe* needed, and a,t  less cost than what has-been done in'  the past,,under the,;;,wasteful���* and corrupt system which has been so long in  vogue. >  ..   '  ; PUBlflC HEALTH.-yrhe3 Health  A'ct should be..amended-rtSO'as..Ao' meet  the growing requirements of unincorporated-districts in ��� respect of sanitation and isolation1, as to which do adequate, provision; is,now found in' the  statutes. ,  PROVINCIAL RIGHTS.���Regardless of all question of party affiliation,  the -rights of "the( jprpvince under the  constitution should be jeaiovsly guard--  ed. , While, from the point of" view of  Dominion politics.'-we heartily"support  the government.now in pow^r at Otta-  .wa, we shallfat |the ;same (tiinev, insist  iinbst-firtrilyiupon";the;protection*of our  s-.i.f-ii/l a -*, *-ii'c   .I-'*   ,-������'���"-���' -i f'is'i     ���'- -  people :by; the'sexclusibn of Oriental la--  :bdr,* and J we shall alsoinsist upon the  right of the province to make such provisions as it;shallsee.fit in all contracts  grants arid leases under provincial con--  ;.trqli .'.We J shall' alstestrenupusly/ press'l  upon the Dominion government-airead--?  justment of our"financial relations and  we 'claimi the1 "full1 'enjoyment 'of all  rights giveniiis'by-ithe letter and*spirit  of the constitution. K \ jj'iiV  . . .In conclusion, we appeal to all'patri-  otic voters in British Columbia to seize  the opportunity now presented tb them  to ridthe province of;that incubuS*which  has'been'so disastrous. to*its ��� ^progress,  and to secure sane, progressive; and  stable governriierit'by'placirig the liberals iu power at Victoria. ...   \ ��| %  V  i .1  Stuart Hendrson, President'! .l|  ���T. &: ^xfter, secretaryr'     ^  *���  Vote for^Ji|.R. Brown |the  LiberaUfCsSfldidate for the  Greenwdod Riding. ;  ;0F,tiew.stock;of phoice.Sresh candies  ��� y. ...   ...r-iiic,  ?and Lowney's chocolate's just received  *-'--���    - -; ������ ���    'ir-\m  - I  i&  '.   W. '��� ri * r  at Munroe's.  MINERAL ACT V:  Certificate of Improvements.  >-  ^. ',,   '        ,.''    -  '-!   NOTICE.      '  -\ ���-'���  MAYFLOWER Mineral Claim,; situate in the  ^���yfGreeuwood -Mining- -Divition  of YaleDis--  "trict. -Where located :   Skylailc camp. ,',,  TAKE NOTICE, that-jf J. P. Mvers-Gray  Free' Miner's.Certiflcate No. BS0241, as  agent for C. H. He lining-, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55305.. Pat Hickey, Free, Miller's  Certificate No. B80110, and' Diincan' Mcintosh  Free Miner's Certificate No. B80119, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Miniuk Recorder for certificates of Improvements,"'for the purpose ��� of obtairiiii(r: crown  yrant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of suct\ccrtificatesof improvements.  Dated thisibth day of June, A.D. 1903. ,  J. P. MYERS-GRAY  ^'U-^iNERA^-ACT.*7^'   ;*'  Certificate .of Improvements*  ' NOTICK.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claim, situate'in the  '-' .Kettle River Mining-Division of Yale Dis-  ���'-trict.:''Where '-lofiated":" -On'*-Hor8e shoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River, lying, south-  ' c-rly from the Barna'o mineral claim;  TAKE NOTieE.that we Alex. Waddell,  E.Sullivan, i. S. Harrison and M. Mc*  Mynii, Free Miners' Certificate Nos. B 40,450;  B 40.449; B 30,500, and B 40,002 respectively, intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the-. Mining recorder for a certificate of Im.  provemeiits, for the purpose of obtaining-a  crown Grant of the abovcclalm.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commeiiced before the Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this3lst day of May. A. D. VH)2.  :   '���Vr.'-JERAL 'ACT.   Cei'J'.l.iute. of Improvement.  " " - notice;   "  HEL.NA AND BUTTE mineral claims, situate  !���' .'.hi'the Kettlel^iver Mining- Division of Yale  ;.   'District:   Where located: on China Creek  T' AKE NOTICE that I, C. A. E. Shaw, a^ent  for Charles D. Temple Free Miner's  Certificate No. B. 57507, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  foraCertificateof 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 certificatcof Imororomrits,  nated this 26th day of June. 1903.  C. A. E. Shaw. P. L. S  -        Mineral act.  Y-% ^Certificate of Improvements.:  ::S-:i ??l .Vl     notice!! 7:-:: % '  MAZE Mineral Claim, situate' iii'theGieeuwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:���On Lost Horse Creek,  Main  Kettle River.  ��� TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Reilly. Fret-  Miuei-'s Certiiicate No. U01928, Geurg-e M. I--;"*  nfl, F.ivc. Miner's Certifi.-:il�� N.i I! <5i~:. ������  M.djraw.Kri'e Miner'*! Certilica-u No 1! 5'>508:uul  Sl'li'miiij.-- Ri.biils.'ii I'ri-i- \liner's Ccnili-.-nci-No  li 713)5, intend, sixi;. il.iv . iroin tlic.la i. >!���- ������ i  to applv lo tin* \ ini-.L-- i" i-ciirdi'r frn n , Ci* r.!"  cale of fnipiovfineiiis, ii.��r il,i* ptu |ii.;*e i.i i.i-  taiuiug- a Crowi. Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that seniinu r.7. n.u-i  beconinti-iiced   li,-fore the issuance of such ..���.���,���  tificnt,: nf InipiiiVemeiiis.  .    Dated this nini li d.iynf July. 1903, A. I".  MINERAL ACT  CertificaTf. of Improvements,  r.'o'rii'K.  "I.nltli;, I'." t'Sl.-rliiiirliaiii" :ni'��l."Magnolia"  ,''", inliii-ia 1 claiiii. 'sliuate iii.- liie .Kettle Kiver  'Mining UiiS-diiii of V:ilt> iVislrici.      Win-re  located: In Copper Otfek <*auip.  TAKE NOTICE that I C. A. B. Shaw agent  for JiT^JPeoney rFree Miner's Certificate No.  B80142vaisd Wm '.-Farncy," Free Miner's Certificate No. BK176,.intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the ptiopose of  obtaining a crown cram of, the above claims.  A'iidfnrtiier"take'' notice 'that action, under  section 37, mast be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 17 day of June, A.D. 1903.  ; -,.<,,  ���   .MINERAL, ACT...  Certificate 6f improvements.  yucon ��� fractional  Mineral claim, situute in  the. Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale  District.     Where located:���in  Long Lake  Camp.  take notice that I Marv Garland Free Miner's   certificate  No. B41754, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply,to the Mining recorder for-a" certificate; of ..Improvements, foi  thefri'rpose"ofobtaiinlngr-acrown Grant ofthe  above claim.  And further take notice  that  action,, undei  section 37, must be commenced. before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  ,   Dated this 5th dayiof May, A. D. 1903,  ���"���j.   '"- !".'*. Mary Qarland.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  -���:���]! -,-*';-iU >i:'..." ;,rH ���'--' ;> - -,!��� ,.'-.- ?.'';���?  UTOr JEPF LEWIS :-:Ybu are hereby required  totake notice that we, the undersigned, have  done and paid for the whole of the assessment  -work for the; years 1903, 1902 and 1903, on the  "Laura li" Mineral claim, situate near the City  of Phoenix, B.C., in the Greenwood M nnig-  Division 'of Yale District, and you are hereby  required to contribute your proportion of such  assessment, namely, one quarter or ��25 on each  claim for each year, amounting to $100, which,  together with your.share of the .costs of recording, the costs of this', advertisement, make a  total sum of $86.87M which you have to pay.  Payment can be made to us personally or to  our credit in the Bank of Montreal at Greenwood, B.C. .,  If ��� j on fail or refuse to contribute the "last  mentioned sum of S86.87K as aforesaid your interest in. the. said, mineral claims shall, at the  expiration- of ninety ..days; (become" yested in  your co-owners who have made the required "x  penditure pro rata according- to their former,  interests.: ���',!,,'������..���    ;;.' ���'  Dated this 21st day of August, 1903.  r --        Bruce Ckaddock  Lke coombs.  ''"''MINERAt ACT' 1896.  '       ;  Certificate of Improvement.  . .������-'������V'"-- NOTICE. ' . . -������'-.������������.���  " HACK-LA>? iiiheral claim situate in the Greenwood   Mining  Division   of   Yale   District.   Where located: on Horseshoe Mountain.-y;  TAKE NOTICE that we, Alberjt Edward  Ashcroft, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.  55279, and Nils E..Peterson,Free Miner's Certificate sN6. B 41710,*! Intend, (si-"---}';* days from  the idatejhereof; tp| apply; to. the Mining Recorder for'a Certificateof ilmptjoventeti.ts, for the  purpose Sof obtaining at-Crow^' Gra'tit of the  alJhve'clajm. ;IJ '^Sf'sJ-t" % >'3 'i ,f'���*?  i f?And^uVther"-.take;. notice that]ac.tipni under  section 37, must,"be>;,cbihiiienced {before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dateii.this 7th day of October A. dK 1903.  *-J   '  *'.���!�� i  ..MINERAL ACT.;  ..Certificate of Improvements  V" ��� 1 '     Hi!'?'-       H  ''Hi    hj \t-'..i.. NOTICE.  .)  "Sunnyside" Mineral claim, situate iu the  Greenwood Mining .Diylsion; of Yale Distric!.-  Wbere located:���On Boundary Mountain,  about one and a half miles south of the Summit  Hotel, and west of and adjoining the Omaha  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Michael McBean,  Free ��� Miners, Certificate; , No. B 55,177, intend',! 'sixty; daygt'fro'm-'the -"date i hereof lo  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for-the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above .claim .  ���; And further take notice that* action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  Issuance pf suchC'eitif''������ate of Improvement,  Dated* this. 19th, day Of J u a e * A i D., t903.^- -i -; - --  Sept..3o.:. :. -..,..;      .,;���. ��� ,. ',       :���  *  ������  i NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To W;-; E:-McBOYLE and aiiy person to  whom he may-have ^transferred his- interest in  the "Dakota" minerol claim, situate on. Wallace  mountain in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale district and adjoining the "Logan" and  "Duncan" miueral claims.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum of $102.50 to hold the said Dakota mineral claim under the provisions oi the ''Mineral  Act" for the" yeai ending- 17th of August, 1903,  that you-are required to contribute 551 25 as  your proportion of the said sum for yorr undc-  vided one-halifinterest in,the said claim, and if  within 90 days from the first insertion of this  notice yot fail or refuse to contribute the said  sum of $51.25, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in the said Dakota mineral  claim will become the property of me, the subscriber, under section Four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated at Greenwood.  B. C.  the 2Cth day of  August, 1903.  Nov. 27. JESSIE M. MATHEISON.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ARCADIA ASTOKIA and MORNING STAR  Mineral Claims, situate lu the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:���The Arcadia anil Astoria  mineral claims pre located in Skylark Camp  and the Morning Star mineral claim is located  iu Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I J. P. McLeod asageut  for Sidney Rosenhaupt Frea Miner's Certifick'.e  No. 55285, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to th 6 Mining- recorder for Cert-  ficates of Improvements, for the ptirpcoe of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that acii-.n, under  section 37, mnstbe''oii.menced before the issuance of such CeJtificatc of Improvements.  Dated this4th dav of Julv. A. D. 19.13.  J. P. JicLeod.  RUSSEL-LAW-GAULFIiLD GO.,  LIMITED.  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right  0<>000<>0<><>CKK><>00<>(>0<><KM>00<>0��!1 OOOOOCOOO<NWOOOOOOOOOO<>0<K>  ?^<><-H>OO<>O<>OOO<>OOO*0>O<>C^^  P.' O. BOX 2%  PHONE 179  W. J.  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  BRANDS:  Monogram, Marguerlta. Boquer, Our Sieclal, El Justillo. El Condor,  Sarantlzalos, Schiller.  Also Tucketts Union Label Cigarettes. KarnackT. &  ..  B. V. C.'--*.  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, 1). ,c.  ���6ooo<k><><m>oo<>oo<><>o<>oooc>o<>oo * 000<>00<>00<>000<>C>0<>00000<>o6-6  O0<X)0000<X)0<>OO0O0<KKM>OOOO0   <>0<��0<K>000<)00<>0000000000<>0  OO-OO 000<>0-00<X>00<-H>0000<>^^  . .   . i     o  The Jen<5kes Machine fo,'y  LIMITED.  ...CAMDM RAND DRILL COMPANY.;,  (J  o  o  o  o,  0  0  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines.  Narrow Guage Locomt^  tives, Compressors, Drills, Etc.  ������������"'.. ,���*��� "'77  R.  P   WILLIAMS  AGENT, GREENWOOD, B.C.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO  GMND F0RKS,--PH0EN!X-GREENW6GD  DAILY STAGE LINEy  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. in.    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 Green wood. 8 p. in.  Fare-Grand Forks $3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix SI.OO     Phoenix.,to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. R0YER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER INQTOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  ([Proprietors  ASK FOR  \\ 1ER1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops   Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOURTH-OF-JULY, Mineral Claim. ,-Utjate  in the Kattle River Minimi' Division of Yale  District. Wbere located:���Near to Canyon  Creek. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE thnt we Alex. Waddell and  E. Sullivan. Free Miners' certificate Nos.  H -��j,*);o and B. 40.4-49 respectively.intend, sixty  ilays iron* the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that action, undei  section 37, must lie commenced before the is  snancc of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May. 1903.  .S.Cyclops Mining Steelf  ^        I IIHll ������MMMMMMMIIIIII ���IIIIIIIIIIIIIM    ��  *m    am  (0 fi  SHOES AND DIES  i ^ ��   For Best Results  ^   ROWLAND MACMIS,  ��-   A^n^Canada.   VICTORIA,    B.   C.  ���t�� ^K-^^^M-M-X-^-I-W  ��<k~:-:4<--h~:*<~:^->>*��-w THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  \t  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOO  ^ LOCAL  EXTRACT J  OO0<KK)O0OOO0O<X)0<>0O0O0<X>OO  Mrs, E W. Bishop returned on Wednesday last from a three months visit  east.  Mr. T. B. Winnet left yesterday for  the East where his father is dangerously ill.  Mr. A. Tufts of St. John, N;-.B., who  has been making an extended trip of  the west, was in the city Wednesday.  He was shown around* some of the  mines and was much impressed i-vith  the extent of work being- carried on. .  Ainslee McGraw deputy mining recorder for Beaverdell who has been in  town on government road business left  Wednesday for the VVe>;t Fork where he  will superintend the construction of  the wagon road.  Mark  F.   Madden   president of the  Providence Mining Company and C  J. McArthur have returned from a trip  up the West  Fork.    They  intend   to  take a trip into the Similkameen to ex  pert some properties near Hedley  city.  Clement Vasher foreman of the Sally  min.1 in the West Fork country is building a trail up to the mine, and work in  the mine itself will resume almost immediately. Ore will be raw hided down  to Beaverdell and shipped from there  by teams to Midway. ..'  A. H. Lawder has returned from a  trip to Dayton Camp near. Camp McKinney. W. Yorkin and C. Hamilton  are busy developing the Dayton and  will ship a carload of rich free gold ore  to the Boundary Falls smelter in a few  days. The Dayton iooking exceptionally wel'.  Rev. J. F. Betts of Grand Forks will  be thepreacher for next Sunday m the  Methodist church. The occasion will  be the Harvest Home and church an-  niversery services united. The decorating committee are determined that if  -possible the decorations this year shall  far variety, beauty and arrangement  exceed those of former years. On  Monday evening an excellent program me will be rendered and refreshments served. Admission fee on Monday night 25 cents.  A somewhat serious wreck occurred  Tuesday on the C. P. R., ���A train loan  of ore on its way/to the Boundary Falls  smelter left the rails on the sharp  curve in the rock cut oppossite the  smelter office. Nine cars in all left the  rails and it is peculiar that not one was  overturned, most of them being replaced without unloading. The road-bed  for two or three hundred feet presented  a scene of wildest confusion of twisted  rails and broken ties. A wrecKing  crew from Eholt along with the extra  repair gang worked all night'and had  things in running order on Wednesday  morning.  W. H. Ramto of Beaverdell is in the  city on mining in connection with the  Rambler mine. It is understood that  F. J. Finucane who owns a quarter interest in the mine, has made overtures  to J. W. Nelson and Mr. Ramto to take  over their interests in the property and  resume work'at an early date. Mr.  Nelson is now at Spokane, conferring  with Mr. Finucane regarding that proposal.' It is to be hoped that a satisfactory arrangement will be made as it  means much for that section of the  country.  " ItiOn ilTwi-nd^hat profits nobody.  For years the West Fork country has  been at a standstill, because the gov  eminent refused to complete the wagon  road leading into that district. Now  in order to improve the chances of the  conservative candidate in that locality  it has been deemed expedient to resume  work. Findlay Macdonald left Tuesday with a camp outfit and supplies for  Bull Creek the present terminus of the  road. It is to be hoped that the work  will be finished before the winter sets  in, so that the Rambler, Butcher Boy,  Sally and other claims can ship the ore  that has for yeara been sacked ready  for shipment.  Spokane    Interstate   Fair  The Stevens County Fair is to be  held from September 28 to October 1,'  at Colvillt., the. county seat. G. B. Ide,  ���ecretary and manager of the fair says  it will be .-first class in every particular.  At it close it is the intention to ship  the entire exhibit to tlie Spokane Inter  state Fair and have it put tip in one  location, where it where it will make a  big advertisem ent for the resources of  the country. The Spokane fair opens  October 5. which gives Stevens county  ample time to ship the exhibit and put  it up, This ���undoubtedl.y will be one of  the finest exhibits mncie at the fair, for  no country is supplied with a greater  variety of resources. The exhibit will  include all manner of farm products,  including fruits, vegetables and grains,  marble of the finest quality and mineral and luinber. As far as known at  the present time this is the only lumber exhibit that will be made at the  fair.  Be Quick.  Not a -minute should be lost after a  child shows symptoms of cholera infantum. The first unusual looseness ofthe  bowels should be sufficient warning. If  immediate and proper treatment is  given, srerious csnsequences will be  averted. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy-is the sole reliance of thousands of mothers and by  its aid they have often saved their  children's lives. Every household  should ha-ve a bottle at hand. Get it  to-day.. It may save a life. For sale  by J. L.;White, Greenwood, and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  Challenge  TO THE  EDITOH   OF   THK   GRKKNWOOn  TlKKS, '  Dkak Sik : - Geo. Johns who won the  drilling contest in Greenwood during  the late celebration, has been making  remarks regarding my drilling that I  think calls for some reply. Now, if  Johns is the driller he-claims to be, he  can prove it by accepting the following-  proposition: I will drill him for five,  ten or fifteen minutes, which ever he  chooses; steel and hammers to be regulation size and weight, contest to take  place in Greenwood on the same rock  as was used celebration day, for 350.00.  Moncv to be posted in Times office by  Sept. 24th and contest to take place not  later than Sept. 30th. Money to be  forfeited in case he does not make his  bet good.  Trusting to hear from Johns at an  early date. I am,  Yours, etc.,     ,;  Sam Shovel.  They Wake You Feel Good.  The pleasant purgative effect experience by all wno use Ch-.mberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets, add the  healthy condition of the body and mind  which they create makes one feel joyful. For sale by J. L. White Green-  W-JQd and A. F. Thomas Midway.  Business Locals  Fresh bananas at Munroe'.--..  Do you use X'.cc Ribbon Tea ?  Finest celery on the.market at M.)ii  roe's *     For that juicy  Okanagan  apple see  Munroe.  For rent,  a /three roomed   furnished  house.    Apply Tet Clarendon Hotel.  Tents, Guns and sportiner  goods for  ale or rent.   O. I. C. 2nd hand store.  Peaches that are peaches,  and  iiec-  rines as sweet as nectar, at Munroe's.  Yes, Munro sells grapes.   Fresh con-  gntnent just arrived.   See 'em.  For Black Hamburg grapes see Mon-  oe.    Fresh consignment just arrived.  : Guns, sewing machires and   furniture for rent at Second Hand White's.  ���: For saiices try our tomatoes. ��� Can't  be beat.   AtMunroe's.  ..... DRINK ...  im   BOUNDARV VALLEY LODGE  No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in tlie  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invl tatlon is ex  tended to all sojourning- bretliern.  J.-L. White, Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. ReC.-Sec  Notice to Contractors.  Tenders will be received by the  undersigned until  Sept 2 8th 1903  for the following:���  (a)For the building of a brick substation at Greenwood smelter  or the" clearing of right  of  way for pole line from Phoenix to Greenwood  (c)For the supply and delivery at  the stake or hole on pole line  right of way of about 275 to  300 cedar poles 9" top 32'0"  long or over  Separate   tenders   required   in  each case  Particulars of right of "way  clearing and delivery of poles may  be obtained from R. Roberts, Imperial Hotel, Greenwood  Plans and specificatiaa for substation at B.C. Copper Co's office,  Greenwood, and at Cascade.  The lowest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  W. Anderson,  Engineer in Charge,  Cascade Water Power & Light Co.  P.O. box 81  Cascade B. C.  V  iih  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class*  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greenwood,  W"X^��>.>^^��x**'X-<,'5,W��K,<'-'>t**'!":*  5 WILL SctiVE >  J YOU MONEY fc  ���Sj        Insiire is bod-board fire companies *j  ��   Losses paid promptly.  Christina Lake *.  ,��   Lumber Co's mill burned on the 13th *.'  J August,  1903.    Paid loss $2750 on <k  ^  22nd August. 1903. -fc  %      McLANE & MERRITT, Azt's.   J  tf^*irs<.**faf!^,*f,^^,?��"i<rj**��f^'��<?*^'  A LIFE  SRENEWER  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Oil sale at all the hotels.  BOTTLED BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottlers or Fine Laifer Beer aad  Manufacturers of all Id ad 8 of  Carbonated Beveraires.  Johnny Get Your  GBH  Shooting Season will soon  be here  AMMUNITION  We have all kinds, caps, powder,  shot and shell.  NEW GENS  We have just received a  Consignment of the latest make   '." ���  FISHING R��BS  Just a few more left, and will  be  sold at cost.    '/'",  GOOD   GUNS   FOR   RENT  We are the  SPORTSMEN HEADOUARTERS  '    *   ' ' '*-*  For any old thing !  The 0.1. C, New} and Second  Hand Storer  A. L. WHITE & CO.  0- S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK  AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  Dissolution of Partnership  NOTICE is hereby given that the  partnership heretofore subsisting- between us, the undersigned, as painters,  under the firm name of Grierson &  Evans, has this day been dissolvedJt��x  mutual"iconseht.=""Air"debt9~owing "to"  the said partnership are to paid to  Samuel A. Griers6n,' and all" claims  against .the said partnership are to be  presented to the said Samuel A. Grierson, by whom the same will be settled.  Dated at Greenwood, B; C, this 28th  day of August, 1903.  S. A. GrirrsonV  Gbo. Evans.  Witness:   I. H, HAtivUTT. 4ins  DR. MATHISON  DEJNTIST  Nadea-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To PETER McBRIDE, Pioneer Hotel, Green  wood, B. r.  You. are hereby required to take notice that  we. the nndersig-ned, have caused to be done  aud have paid for the whole of the assessment  work for the year ending May 14, 1903, on the  '���Admiral" mineral claim situate in Providence  Camp la the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District and your are hereby reqnired  to contribute your proportion of such assessment and of the costs of recording the Certificate of TTorlc, together with the costs of adfer-  tisement, amounting- in all to f35.62K which you  have tc pay.  If you fail or refuse to contribute the last mentioned sum of J35.62J4 as a foasaid jour interest  in tee said mineral claim shall, at the aspiration  of nicety days become rested in us, your co-owners, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and amending- acts.  Dated this 11th day of September 1903.  Hugh McKee  Thomas Hemmerlee.  B A D  EY E  Ark your eyes bad? Do  you have headaches? Do  your eyes, twitch after you  have been reading a little  while? Do thej- ache, smart,  water and get red? Are you  getting nervous? Do your  eyes roll up?  If they do you ought to  have them attended to at  once. Come in and let us  examine your eyes and see  what ails them. We will  tell you just what is the  trouble and will not charge  you a cent for telling you.  If you need glasses we will  be pleased to .fit them to  your eyes, so that you will  not have any more trouble.  J. L. WHITE  Druggist     -     -    Greenwood  00<X>0000<KK>0<>0<>OOOCK><>0:0<>00  ��000000900000e0��00000��00a0a0e0000e00e����090000000e��000  j    P. BURNS & CO.    !  Eagle Hall.  .Recently renovated and  - refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :   ":    :    :'.':-...  C. W WILSON.  Secretary.  BICYCLE AnD  MACHINE REPAIRS;  SB^pS^SllSpiENEI).  ^PAINTING^AND:;;-*';-"1  SIGN WORK.  Copper St,    Gfeenwoofl.  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND.  jEWEL-CER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD*  e-e.&:6��:6.ee.es.e.6eee.   66*-*f&,  | SCHOOL  1 SCHOOL Supplies I  ��y  Everything That's Re-  aulred for the Boy or  Girl at School.  PRICES RIGHT.       I  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. I,. Coles.  Books, Stationery. Office Supplies, Etc.  HIHEEAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "COPPER TRUST FRACTIONAL", "SCR-  ANTON FRACTIONAL" and "OTI3  FRACTIONAL" Mineral Claims, situate  in the Kettle River Mining- Division of  Yale District- "Where Located : Iu Dead-  wood camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, I-*aac H. Hallett, as  airent lor Francis 3. Finucane, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B41713, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof to apply to the Mimntr Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining-Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Ard further take notice that actions, under  section 37, mttst be commenced before the is-  luance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of April. A.D., 190?.  July 31 I* 3- PALLET?.  CrO*^  0  *  0  ��  0  ��  0  0  *  0  0  *  *  p      Markets in all the principal   lawns of British   Columbia,  * A.1 r>ctta and the Yukon.  WH0LSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Fresh and Cured Meats  ��a����#��0��o��0��o������0����f9��0��tf<i0��0��#����e������ti>��<>��(.aaea0-����-��ft����ift  The Tailor.  Maker of the kind  of CLOTHES that  Gentlemen Wear.  miimmitiiiiiii  Opposite Postoffice  Copper St   Greenwood.  .r���������  THE CANADIAN RAM OF fOMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO. i  Capital, $8,700 000.      -     Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manaeer  W. ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  t0000000000#0000900000)!l��000����0��#*000000000*0*0*0#0000  j Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. |  FINANCIAL �� MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT   PURCHASED   OR   P.EVDLOPED.  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  ��000000000*00000��l��000000*0��000#0<��#000��H��H>000000000#00  ��;��<w><.>.j,*��X*-<',--^>*-!^^^  T  D  DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE, * CARPETS, I  * TTMniRTIMR    ETf! X  x                           LINOLEUMS, ETC.                          *  ?    COPPER STREET, GREEN WOO T*t.   $  .% -v"  &>><*m~:-**c-*<><-<->-J^^^  THE NEW  I  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Oul3' the best Ciquons and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred M. Munn,     Manager.  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP AT THE  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading* hotel of  the Kootenays.

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