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Array Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1903.  No.  FOR AUTUMN SHOPPERS.  ��� THIS -is the time of year that tells oh your pocket-book.  Warm Clothing, shoes, -yvooletis, blankets, comforters,-etc.-;''soon  mpunt iips, atid yet it-.paysjtoihare them,; lit ;insures comfort and  saves cfoctorW'bills. .���-..No] pains hav^e ^beetif spared in securing a  complete assortmentl6f .aUnintes.fequired!f6r fall trade:and we  have cut the prices very fine.  UNDERWEAR  Ladies' and Children's ���*  Woolen and; Union goods in all  prices arid sizes. Penman's celebrated combination suits will please,  the most fastidious. ��� Every piece  guaranteed; absolutely unshrinkable.  Shoes  Our shoe department is receiving  spe :ial attention and merits the patron ag-e of economical people who  are particular aboutlitheir comfort  arid appearance.' ��� A' largeshipment :  of Weston's shoes for children just,  tb hand���also a full line of felt slip-'  "pers.  Carss mackinaws  ��������>& ;<'?('$��� .������-x-o*"- tyv:;i!     ' ���������:- :s<>- ;.:�����..>���& ,  We  haridle;> ���the*,' djgeuuine;;:Garss ]  Mackin^c'6^ts*an*4:.pa^t*i-^tne'ohl^:  highclaW-ai'ti^es'^f their kind .ob| ���  tainable.      "      ������'"...*.  Men's  .Ask to see/'Penman's," or the  "Tiger" elastic ribbed. Both  brands are high grade and one or  the othershouldsuitaiiybody. Also  a-full stock of fleeced goods, and a  line of some 200 undershirts .valued  at from 75c. to $1.50 to be sold at  50c. each!'-'*       ������������������.<���.���������*���' ,.',:  Rubber Goods i-  See that your'feet are-not neglected in this respect* If it -is- damp  aud you are tempted to put off wearing rubber until later, DON'T ;DQ  ; IT, Buy a pair .to-day and avoid .'a;  cold. Prevention is better /'.'thati'  cure���and surer.  Boys'Clothing  ; A'In tioys^twb.and three piece suits  and oddjknicfeers, we are taking the  * liia^.H dur.prices are low and values  "Outfo'sight."  ii:  Shawls  Fascinators  LateStStyles  ���M 4 \ 2Li !?���*������$���'  Special  Inducements tor Houseclean-  Ing Season. ���*"*"  THE BIG STORE  4��Cus|ioir  ���     Tops :'���:.. t  Lithographed  at 75 ctsf"  RUSSEL-LAWrUAULFIELD Ml  -^LIMITED.  "."js -��V  ���.**- ���'���',>'  iu  The Store  Prites Are  Always ;Right;  ���*j,-*J-*-*S*��M*^*H{->*J-'*>^<-*->i��;.-*>^^<>*^  X  ?  Y     -  Y  '4  Y  4  NEW GOODS  NEW GOODS  OUR  FALL   STOCK  HAS   ARRIVED.  SEE THE LATEST IDEAS FOR MEN,        -  ���'. * ."   >:    WOMEN   AND  CHILDREN. ,'"<*���'.;  |: Dress Goods, Curtains, Flannels, Ladies'  |      Goats, Ladies' Furs* Ladies'Shoes     f  | and Slippers, Children's Shoes v  I Mens Clothing,  Y  ii ������        -          ��� -       *    ��� -| 'I"  1 lllll     IIIIMI.JL  o_  t  Conservatives Rouft^ Twenty-four Members in the New Legis  :     , ,    islature-Interior Will Go, Solidly For^ the Liberals;  Tomorrow is. eleceion day; tomorrow British Columbia will  get what \*/as -needed to lift thKrprolriace 0ut|*^:^e sl-pugh of  financial and business depressions good strong Liberal governs  ment. Reports from all.over me province confirm the state'*'  meitit thai -out 'of forty/two 24llLiberals will be elected and  there is a strong possibility that the number will be 26,  ��� ;- Oh ^kfc6uver llslahd Aiternig, Comox, two Victorias,  will go Liberal and there is, asirongiprbbability that the Notor/  ious Eberts will meet withdeflat in Saanich., Newcastle may  also be won for the Liberals.. .v Atlinwill.elect Kirkland, the Lib/  eral lLabor candidate, Stables- Liberal having retired in his favor  and Skeeha will return Peter Herman the Liberal,  Vancouver will return two Liberals possibly three, New  Westminister and/ three.of the* Lower Fraser rural constituent  cies will return Liberals, Yale is safe for Stuart Henderson and  Cariboo will return one Liberal.  ;', Deaneis gping,to<.win in Kamloops, Kellie in Revelstoke  and Wells is elected by acclamation in Columbia,..  But the awful slaugter of the Tory cohorts takes place in  the Kootenay*-'B6undary,   Two Cabinet ministers Green and  Gobdeye are doomed, E. C, Smith Liberal wins in Fernie, Dr,  Kiiig/in'Granbrooki Taylor in Nelson and Parr in Ymir. Dav--  idson Labor will win in Slocan, Clement is putting up a win-'  ning fighfin Grand Forks; Brown is a sure winner in Greene  wood and McLean in Similkameen. Another of the possibilites  is the defeat of Price Ellison in Okanagan,  In any event the Liberals will have a majority of six over  all factions in the next house. It will be a glorious victory in^  suring sound, stable and progressive government for British  Columbia,  Greenwood electors under the circumstances should see that  J, R, Brown is elected. In any event the people are tired of the  condition of affairs existed in this province and are determined  to have a change for the better, How important it is then that  the Boundary should be represented by men in sympathy with  good government at Ottawe and Victoria, and. who y^ill be stal/  wart chax*npions of the interests of this district, Both Brown  and Clement should be elected in the interests of the Boundary  district. ....   .  Shrewd Investors of Windy  City Are Anxious to  v;;j*::jiaj|;;(jUl .-m% '  ���  ..-i*fin..!U-*;..!:3     ?^:*'-��!  IE 111  In  the   Boundary���Interview   With  Mark F. Madden*  i  Irt the strenuous political life which  thfe; majority of? Boundary people are  leadiiig..the&e *iax*3��. 'i3, pany interests  are somewhat overlookad, but notwithstanding- the impending election and  notwithstanding the fact that the platform orators all claim that the fnture  of the mining industry, solely depends  upon the return to power of the party  to which they swear allegience, still  the shrewd ^investor is looking, .for further properties,' strong; in'the belief  that the' mining industry1 in ' the province and particularly of the Boundury  cannot be completely destroyed A by.  even a bad Tory form of government.  During the past two or three weeks  Greenwood's high grade; mines: have  not been seriously influenced by the  political strife that was going on  around them. Grit, Tory and Socialist have discussed their views in shaft  and stope but the values still remained.  An interested spectator of the political  battle is Mark F. Madden of Madden  Bros. Chicago. Mr. Madden who is  president of the Providence Mining  Company. haB been in the. city for  about three weeks. Mr. Madden is  Irish and an Irishmen always takes an  active interest in a fight,���political or  otherwise. , He comes irom..���a city  [where the politicians'can give' pointers  to the most successful military genius,  in manoeuvoring, finishing and all the  other "ings" that go .'to' make ;up the  stock in trade of a party in the windy  city. Doubtless Mr. Madden gets plenty of amusement oat of the fact that  according to the aggregate count of  the votes for the respective candidates  over 1000 votes will be pollert out of a  possibie 650, and from many other incidents in the campaign. But the  Chicago capitalist ii> particularly in-  ested in the high grade mines.  "I know of no better field fpr investment than the Boundary" he stated to  a Times representative who wanted a  little diversion f roni incessent politics  "My friends in Chicago and myself" he  continued, "fetl'very friendly towards  the Boundary. Those who joined with  me in the Providence Company all had  previous experience in mining ventures and nearly all received in the  first Providence dividends, their first  returns from mining -investments.  All indications point to the   fact   that  00000��000-��<><>0<K><>-0-00<>��<>0^  )     HEGAUiBE of the three*;candidates he'is  the strongest  man, and   will  ' "���     ''' make the'mo'stefficierit representative,  BECAUSE  he  is  independent  of cliques and  is free to represent his  constituents. ; '���' '   . ','���'.'.    !     !  BECAUSE the..Interior  needs strong,  united  representation   at the'  Coast, and tfti elec<ibnfof the Liberal  candidates in the, great  ma-  -'-^^ority-of-Interior districts=i3=assuredv^==^=-"i^^-^^i"^i,ii^^  Grand  T0,NIGHT  C^,^BGAUS^jheris sound on labor questions, on the coal lands question,  i's*' <*"- -?and?dn'''all cither questions affecting the district.  |   .BECAUS.E he is���pledged against the ring at the Coast,, which gave the  >'-|'|  Jcpal lartdi-jto'the C. P. R. and is  running the province into debt  BECAUSE he will fight for a clean administration.  BECAUSE he  is pledged  to assist competitive railways in the province. ������     *���  I-':  : BECAUSE he is opposed to  unfair taxation of the Interior; to the expenditure of public tnonrfy for election purposes.  BECAUSE he has conducted a clean, open, manly campaign.  BECAUSE IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE!  tZ !-Gp^;citizen9 of all parties should vote for Brown.  O0000*>0-{>0-0-0000-0-0-00^  He Learned a Great Lruth-  -**-.*���*-It -is-8aid-of"John-=\Vesley-=that-he=  once said to Mistress . Wesley. "Why  do you tell that child the same thing  over and over again?" "John Wesley,  because once telling is, not enough." It  is for this same reason that you are  told again and again that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy cures colds and  grip; that it counteracts any tendency  of these diseases to result in pneumonia, aud that it is pleasant and safe to  take. For sale by J. L,. White Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway.  Vote For J. R. Brown  these dividends will be regular and  there is nothing like dividends to warm  the cockles of an investor's heart.  The Providence mine never looked  better than it does today. This month  one car of high grade and three of second class ore were shipped, these will  'he* about $7,000. The September dividend is in the^bank ready, for payment,  and as the ore bodies are strong at the  various levels in the''mine the future  of the mine looks very bright. We are  now working 40. men and this force  will in all-'probability be  increased."  Mr. Madden has not been idle during  his visit here. He has visited several  properties with a view to securing  something suitable for himself and his  Chicago friends who are anxious to  make further investments in the Boundary.  . "Theae is plenty of money in Chicago  that could be diverted into the Boundary" he added," if the men who have  the money could be convinced that  they would have a decent run for their  money. Chicago men are good losers  but they decidedly object to being  flimflamtned. I have examined some  very promising looking prospects that  fully warrant money for development,  but claim owners should be reasonable  in their demands. If capital is to be  reduced to i'rivest here claim owners  should not demand too extracting re  strictions ��� in bonding properties. I  expect to be here another two weeks  and am hopeful that I can bring bark  with me,oneor two propositions which  will commend themselves to investing  friencJs."  THE   BALLOT  Vote  for J.   R.  BROWN  and Good Government by  Marking Your Ballot as Shown Above. THE   BOUNDARY  CREEK   TIMES,  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every -Friday  Duncan Ross Manaoino Ehitor  SUBSCRTPTTONS IN ADVANCE.  Pek Year    Six Months   To Foreign Countries...   * 2 00      1 25    2 50  FRIDAY,   OCTOBER 2   1003.  It is stated on  good  authority  tliat W. J. Bryan  intends  invading* Canada and organising Democratic clubs.    He  will make  an  effort to elect several  democratic  members to the legislature.    The  Democratic party   is  spreading.  It recognizes no country,  no flag-  no   Boundary   line,   no    mother  ��� ong"ue. . British  subjects particularly Canadians are perfectly in-  ������'liflerent*. regarding/political matr  tcrs.    They are quite prepared to  accept their  politics   from party  headquarters at;Denver,  Col.  or  Lincoln, Neb.    Surely. ;that  is. a  ;*rross libel ou  Canadians,   surely  'they are not'going to tolerate for  a. single moment, the. interference  of foreign .agitators in our  political affairs.    A party which  recognizes no flag and no country  has no place in Canadian politics.  Now  is the time to staimp it out.  A vote for Brown will do it.  A vote for Brown is a vote for  the district, a vote for Mills is a  vote to destroy the future of the  district.    Spankie doesn't count.  Should Grand Forks elect Clement and Greenwood Mills which  district will have the better  chance at Victoria?  Don't sacrifice Greenwood for  the sake of something which can  never be carried into effect.  See that Greenwood is not the  only district in the province to  elect a socialist.  Can Ernest Mills improve the  conditions of laboring men in this  district? Is he likely to be in a  position to encourage .-.the'development of its mineral resources?  Will he make a representative  cf the great Boundary -district?  Working .men think before it is  too late, a vote for Mills is a vote  for chaos, for doubt for lack of  confidence, is a vote to retard,development and a vote that; will  tend to place Greenwood in,the  unenviable position of 'being the  only district represented; by a  socialist in the legislature.  Be not like dumb driven cattle.  Be ahero in the -strife.  'TO-lESSWf  BelowrAre,Some .Extracts FromjEn-  cyclical Letters of Pope Leo!XIII,  In which He Gives. Many Cogent  Reasons ..Why the Laborer and Others Should, Avoidj\thevpansretqus.  Teachings of the Socialists.   ,  In Greenwood, the Conservative  nominee, Dr. Spankie; labbrs .'under the same disadvantages, as  does Mr. Ladner in Delta. Thtere  can be no doubt about the personal popularity of Dr. Spankie,  neither is there any question as to  his patriotism and and labilities,  but because of the inconsequent-  iality of the Conservative platform, the Liberal candidate, J.  R. Brown, will roll up a major-  it}' that will elect him beyond  "aTfyTjuesfi^  If you want a man to manage  your business for you, he must  have some : qualification other  than being a good fellow. How  much more important it is, 'that  the right men are elected to manage the aiTairs of the province.  The remarkable perspicuity  which Dr. Spankie has shown in  discussing the Conservative policy on the public platform, must  -'oinmend itself to all intelligent  electors.  Is Greenwood going to join the  other interior district in the fight  for good government? A vote  for Brown means a solid delegation from the interior to the  coast.  Union men are not callled upon  to vote for Mills. They are politically as independent as any  other class. They should not  allow themselves to be intimidated.  If you want a Socialist elected,  3'ou can vote-for either Mills, or  Spankie. A: vote for Spankie  only increases Mills' chances of  election.  ���You should not judge Richard  McBride by his 'record' was the  truly tor}* recommendation '��� of  Hon. Ch,as "Wilson at Cranbook.-  "tTence follows the untenableness of  the;priuciple of socialism, accordin'��fto  which the state should appropriate-all  private property and convert it into  common property.* Such a theory can  only turnout to the grave disadvantage  of the laboring classes-i' for whose'  benefit it has been invented. Itcis  opposed.to the naturalfrights'of every  individual human being; it perverts the  tsue purpose of the state/-'ami renders,  the*peaceful,development.of social life  impossible." However, a permanent  institution of socialism is .not "to be  feared, since it is in open contradiction  with the the iridestrlict'ible instincts  and tendencies,of,human nature.  The ^Socialists, therefore, in endeavoring to transfer trie possessions of individuals to the. community,? strike at  the interests of every wage earner, for  they deprive him of the liberty of Ldis:  posing of his ��wages,. and... thus of all  hope and possibility of increasing his  stbek and of bettering his condition' in  life  Tliat|riglit {of property, therefore;!  which\hasl,;t)ee'n prbved��to belong nature  ally to individual ipersori^, must, also;  belong^to a';man in his capacity of head;  of a family; nay, such a person must  possess this right so much the more  clearlyiiri:jproj��ortioh>, as.-**.his';i position  multiplies hin duties.,    ���''*;      ';-     ������������ ��� ���,{���  !'; And sutch.-interJerence is nit only un-  .just; but 'is quite certain, to harass and  disturb all classes of citizens, and to  subject them to odious and intolerable  slavery. It would open the door to-  envy, to evil-speaking, and to quarrelling; the sources of wealth would themselves run dry, for no one would have  any interest in exerting his talents or  his industry; and that ideal'equality of  which so much is said would, in reality,  be the levelling down of all to the same'  condition of misery and dishonor.  -^T-hus-.itas clear that the main tenet of  Socialism, the community of goods,'  must be utterly rejected; for it would  injure those whom it is intended to  benefit, it would he contrary to'the  natural rights of       .man  kind, and it would introduce confusion  and disorder into the commonwealth  Our first and most fundamental inci-  ple, therefore, when we undertake to  alleviate the condition of the masses,  must be the inviolability of private  property. This laid dowu, we go on td  show where we must ��� find -the iremedyj  that we seek.  We have said that the State must .not  absorb the individual or the family;  both should be allowed free and untrammelled action as far as is consistent with the cospmon good and.the interests of��� others; '       .v      ;;;  The grave discussions on-economical  questions which for some ;-time.i past  have disturbed the peace- of severa  countries of the world are ^growing in  frequency and intensity *o such a degree  that the minds of thoughtful'men are  filled, and rightly so, with iworry and  alarm^-Thesediscussions - take' their  in ihe4 bad ."'philosophical' and ethical  teaching which is now widespread  among'the people. The changes also  which the niechanical inventionsof'the  age have introduced,: the -rapidity of  communication between places and the  devices of every kind for diminishing  labor and increasing-gain all add bitterness to the strife; and lastly matters  have been brought tc such a pass by  the struggle between capital and labor,  fomented as it is", by professional agitators, that the couatries where these  disturbances most frequently accur  find themselves confronted .with ruin  and disaster. . ....... r  At thie very* begntniri^6f.Oijr Ponti-  catewe. clearly pointed'out what the peril  was which confronted-Society on this  head, and; we deemed  it our   duty   to*,  warn Catholics, in unmistakable langu  age, how great the error was which  was lurking in the utterances of Social-;  ism, andfhow great .the ,*dai)*ger was  that thrfeatenedj^ot;onlyi their jitemporal  possessions, bUtalso ttieirmorality and  religion^ That wasithe-ipurpcise of Our;  Encyclical Letter 'Quod Apostolici  Muneris which we published on the  18th of December in the year 1878; but  as these dangers day by day threatened  still greater disaster, both to individuals' and the "commonwealth;-\Ve strove  with all the;tnore energy toavert them,  This was the object of Our Encyclical  Rerum Novarum of the lSth May, 1891.  in which We .dealt;'at -jleng-thi,' on "'''the  rights andjduties whicWj bothblasses of  Society���those,, namely, "'who control  capital, and those who 'contribute  labor���are bound in relation to each  other; and at the same time, we made  it evidentthat'the remedies which an;  most useful to protect the cause of  Religion, and to terminate, .the contest  between lthe/diffe;reritciasses bfSotiiety  were to be found in the precepts of the  Gospel.',' *.   ,-   , '*-; v  ; ���  EOR SALE  -WelPKnown  lIC1** drnms  --640 ACRES  ^ 50��AGRBS iri^TiiDOthy and-Grasses  -100-Feet^Hay and^CattleSlieds  ���'-: aS^-Aores^ Hog l-Mur^hog*; pi-oof  fence, icjc���ek;^unning thrjoiigh  YOUNG OpARyjust coming  into hearing-. ....',  ..',' BARNS; all floored    '     ;:.   .  CHICiiMandtoOTHduSES;  growr to perfection,  bringing $2'to S^a^Crate.   "  UNLIMITED-RANGE for ;iif>i-^s  arid cattle.- -^  ; If f-you swattturosyi cheek8.i;3njtl,,a,rfat  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation ' aiid' the'1 Boundaryis--positively  the.best.market. in. the,world. , This is  pra"ct;ical'ly'the''B"E'STSTb'CKvR,AiNCH  in Southern British Columbia.for the  nionfey. .if*-'.^    %   ijp ' !'  Iflfltiire. at^TI&ES office or   ,* '  ���  irojiKi mos., 4 mm  M N-oilli df Midwayi j fc  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITT1NG,  WATER HEATING  Estimates Given.    .Satisfaction  Guar  ���' ariteed!  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood  Johnny |e|fouf  Shooting Season will soon  m   :'^Yfeh6re:::^':v:;.; "^  AMMUNITION  We have all kinds, caps, powder,,,  shot and shell ,    .t  NEW  GUNS  We.-have just received a consig-n-  .ment ofthe latest make  FISHING RODS  -Just a few more left, and1 will be  sold at cost.  60OD   GUNS  -FOR   'RENT  ,  We are the  SPORTSMEN 'HEADQUARTERS,  For any old' thing*      :  TheO. I.C. New-and Seqond  liana Store,  A. L.\WHITE & CO.;  ��� '':;-i:;.  ������  Cowtiey's,  and  Stew-art's  *st)$e��ia!e$  944  ���<n  Oa!  A Large assortinent , of  English JunJiibes, - and cjot^ier  fancy caiidies.  i9T% lit  .>> J.:t.i  Jit��sH|i  ���.*".  T.  d  <K*e*w*M��*8ti,-3��t.  :&rXMmtomm^  :,;::;'5::*:^C-*l'/^t2.'E#fl.^:::  ,   *.,.fIVVU.WAY...  EXCURSION   RATES  MiMil  iiisier  )i.i(-:>i  , > GOING DATES:'  September 26, 27, 28,! 29  good to(return  until  October 6th.   RATE FROM GREENWOOD   ^  ':'Corresponding;5 rates  from all (Kootenay points, ,-  ���*....'��� ��� "} i i  .. Through coaches and sleepersi^rrow-  h-JEtd ib We"stminster.���'���������>������  Spokane Falls &iiKortlieni;|Hail^ay, Co.  Nelson & Foft-Sheppard ���Railway Co.  HeilfMoiiiitaio:.Rallw,ay; Co.;:  Washington & (i.^ Co,  Vaii.vVic: &E.;Ry; & N.;Co.;  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 aud  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with t'he.K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K.' & S.'. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and-Midway, B.C.*  Buffel cars run on .trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902*  Leave -.. Arjuve  -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)  9.15a.m. 'Republic- - 5:40 p.'m  . '; H. A. JACKSON, ���  General Passenger,,Agent,  Spokane, Wa9h.  |ifiiiii)iif;!|4i  ' On payrtientJ'of excUrsioh-fbr Vancouver ' or' Westminster to Victoria  'Hckiets Will'be extended 8 days.  , ,For complete in formation'arid Iforth,-;  er particulars apply to local apeiitB dirt.  E. ,R. REDPATH, Agent,  ^���Greenwood..-;     ���  E. J. c6yl*e,;:>:-J. s..cater, ;;  '  K.C P.A.', Vancouver ���':.     ; -���:D.R.A; flelson  |f^fgt|^^i|ir Home 1  %u}A inevery:  V^f^Hil    cuse for 1  Fall housecleaning will soon  have to be attended to, and wall  g    paper is the keynote of beauty  room.   There is no ex-  torn or mussy paper-on  any room in your home,;. "While  Ti    we are selling all. grades of ..wall  paper very cheap, Our*line coiu-  prises only   the most beautiful  ���& t i     and   up   to   date patterns, with  pricesthe lowest.:::  E* ���Smi'tli %''WcRae'8i I  ^ Books, Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34, ^  ���??  REPRESEM1NG :  rhe Phoenix Fire Assurance  Co. of London, England.  The British  America Assurance Co., of Toronto. j  Liverpool   and   London   and The  Canadian   Birkbeck  In-  Globe Insurance Company. vestment and Sayings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.   ,  ��  ��  ��  0  ��  ��  *  Sol  Hoad Office : 204 Dear born .St., Chicago, 111.  _. . _ _ _. . _ ^  -ft      -ft  ; '      ��  it i .    i  *._  > k      'c s< tf  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft   . ....w..w..j..lr-<-r ���������������*������*�����   ����*���"��''   **  ft ft  ft                                                                                                              '���;'>�����  �� i   ..i   ��  ft* < ft  !��� MINING    PROPERTIES'   OF. MERIT   PUR-  |  | CHASED * OR * DEVELOPED. |  �� ��  ��ft#��ft��������ft##*a��ftii����#��tf����ft����-������ft#��ftft��ftftftftft��������-��ft0��-��ft����  financial Mjsmm Mnb  ** S" 5* v 5* *��� jp a*" *��� jp jeiP tf" if *? jf *?�� \k j* jTj* j* S&M j*rjs jft*^i jh^��^�� &  *>%  ����  *ft    .   , ,..,���  ,A ,.rr  H      ���& :-��� ^ *"r Ji^'^^��i!^ii��iSlfl��-l^^  Greenwood  sCiauor Comoariv  '.jnft'il.ili'rii'll'wirt  -- iidiliiimijiiini  ii,)..,.JMlii'i.||i|  % mmmmmmmm  'aV.  Ink  VSk  '***  V*.  *&*  w*.  kV.  W&&$&ffi!& & �� �� ��*��*��?�� *"'i^  5B0KANE, ^@CT. 5 t�� 13  ���'tIbnth 'Annual  INTERfSl^ll'E FAIR  MORE THAN $30i000 IN PLEMIUMS.  Por/ Your    Sweetheart, or  ;  "wife. --:;   .'. .  COPPER STR&ET.  GREATEST   ATTRACTIONS    AND   BIGPEST  AMUSEMENT | I?EAT^I?ES?1 EVpR  iFEfeREp,  ��� AtSRICUIvTURAL ExitilBITS    ;' STOCK SHOW       ^RlJlT FAIR  MINING DEPARTMENT       FINE ARTS DISPLAY      *S, ���  BIC5HT   BAYS   RACING  OVER 300 HORSES ENTERED    ',,.'     , BIG EVENT EACH DAY  ��/p,OOQ   IN   PURSES  'lD6Wh''-*Tow'n'*:"*St'reet;'./earnivai:.?' Every   Night.   Vaudeville:  Specialties and High Class .Circus features.  SPECIAL"LOf mm on all RAILROADS  CniicesHion Privileges {or Sale. Write for Premium List. H. G. Stimmel, Sec'jr andMifr.  amag^^imi^  Cr*  a=*  <r*  <r*  <r*  (r*  <r��  (r*  G**  <r*  <r*  Cr*  <r*  <r*  <r*  <r*  <r*  <r*  &*  ,$af& of flyntreal.  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000. .       Rest.  .$8,000,000.  "���=2  *=2  *-=2  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Geohge A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clocston.  BraaGhes in London, Eng. \ <^*bi?r$Z��L. I New Yorirpcago. g  Buy. and sell Sterling- Exchange andCable Transfers-: Grant Commercial an      1,^5  -Travellere'Credits, available in any paift"of the world. V 1-^"  ^Greenwoo^Bpnch,     F. JiFINUG&NE, |Wager. Q QTHE   BOUNDARY   GREEK . .TIMES  li  i)  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and.(Retail .Meat Merchants.  >,AGENTS^GOLLECTpRS, ETC ���-.,,  '*��� } ERED ,B. HOLMES, {  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       L<arg-e  .,warehoiia-?jfor: stpring.gqpds. .    .  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial. Assayer .and. Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.':  iGreeriwood, B..C.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  %!Merchant iTiilbrs!   -   * Greeriw^od^StiVi  ���H  BARBERSHOPS.  '/~i''jf  '" GREENWOOD BERBER SHOJR^  ^Wr-FSAWliBy,*-Prop. "\  Finest Bath Tubs in city.    Baths 25c,  Razors Honed  Copper Stjreei.       -      Greenwood  ���i. ��� ii t  |^QiE^feNAL"CAR||  =*=*-*=  {tfA^Erf^S#AW^  ^'  '��� .'���*���������'��� *���   BABMRISTKilSJ iSoiiciTORS^   , ;    NOTARIBS PtlBUCi;  Cahie Address'���?���'������ BAXtBTT." )?��  '���?.%��  Codes  Bedford M'Nelll'e  Morelng- & Neal'a  Lelber'a.  I. B. HAIXETT.  GlnSBNWQQQ��">  H. C. SHAY*.  MCLEOD & BROWN  ) if/ ?B AKRI9TEKS-: JtNDtl^CftlCITORS,  ...:���-*���*��� ,���'.'������ NOTARIES, POBMC,. ETC,  -OCBcei  J. R.  -.Wallace-Miller "block. Copper street,-         . Greenwood, B.C.       . :���  ,  Brown.       ;    '"'    ;'"'   "   !��� -P. Met.bod.'  *i l'itf^ili^B|%-jiS!fi(iffii^'  '::  -^'i'.. aR-I-K.'. .-^s;M^*f-'^"^..!:.,v'1*^^ ?'���-���&'��� f  Rendell Block, Greenwood,  b;p  Cf0RLE^^'E^H^W4.     'f I  '^.^yihJ!��^^^SSf^-l..i'l'r'. ... 1.'..  Dominion    an��   ��� Provinciat.'  Land Survkyor. ' ._'  i Office. wltU jGauuce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   .���      ;      ;      J   S.* O.  4. E. ASHCROFT.  Doml  Pro-"  Ion and .  lal-LaBiSurveyor.:  Miolng and, En��lnee|-|Dg Surveys.       ,  -.���"'' V^6'-!-"0!"^^^^ Specialty;  iwood Block'-(uext!CiistnniK'.dfiice';)':v     A/      ���'���). j  '���'V'.  "'   '&*:'V.'S'   '; firtEENWOOD, B."C;  Mineral Act 189$.  /  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.   '",.'  OOLD  ROCK Miueral Claim", situated iii the  Kettle   River* Milling-*; Division    of    Yale  District, i Where Located :     On Horseshoe  Mountain. ���; :; ��� ���,''������.���       ������,"*���'.���������-.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett. as  agent for.Herl>ert Davidson, Free Miner's  Certificate  No.   B41903,  Robert   Wood, .Free  ' Miter's Certificate  No. B5545fik   audi/- Charles  Scott Galloway, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B5S043,      _lntend_   ^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 before the is-  ' suanci- .if suc'hCertificate of Improvements." ���'  . Dated this 10th day. of February, A.D. IW3.,  ���Aug 31 ,    ;:��� I. H.,HALLETT.  MINERAE ACT 1896;*    . ;;  Certjflcate.of imBfovemints.  v'"'Jv; Jn^H notice;--'_-*;���'u   ;*���*;   ^  "?5V Mineral xiialm, situate iii the kettLq.'RiVer*,  ������'������   Mining-Division of Yale district,'. ��<������������*���:     ���.-.  ,������-������������' Where-t'ocated: ..IniSmith'sCamp^i, - .  >T?AKE-.NOTICE'-thatil, Isaac H. ja&lleit, as  1 agent* for'John. T. Bell;' Free**Miner's  Certificate No. B55460, Ralph Harron, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BSI201, Duncan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Certificate No. B41932 and  Patrick Hickev, Free  Miner's Certificate No.  -; B54989, intend, ��� fiixty day�� "1 from^ the .dtite  'hereof, to* apply-to' the Mining. Recorder  for.a Certificate of  Improvements for the pur  .poseiof obtain lug-, a Crown Grant.to, the above,  claim. ���������'!..*..���:- '. .,,.,  And further take notice that action, under  . section 3", must be commenced before the. is-,  . suance of such certificate bf improvements,    '   '  Dated this 20th dav of April, 1003.  .Aug.31. I.. M. HALLETT.  ;  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate] of Improvements.  ���������   Vf"'';C NOTICE.   "���"���'.���*..'������������'   " *  "TRIPOD   FRACTIONAL"   Mineral   Claim.  . situate,-in,theiGreenwood.Mlninif,Divlsiott.  '���.-��� of -Yale-'Dlstrict.   Wherelocated:������ Ii*.:Cein-  tral Camp. .'.  l.TAKE NOTICE that I,. Isaac H. Hallett.-a's  agent for tfieTNo. 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 notices that, action,, uuder  section 37v must be'cojamecced-: before- the:is-  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 23th day of May,. A- D.. 1903.  Sept. 20. ; Ii H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  .NOTICE.    -   ���     -  OLD GUARD   Mineral Claim, situate in tne  '������-���-Kettle   Rifer,: Mining-* .Division    qfijYate  District.  Camp.  Where   located :'    In' White's  TAKE .NOTICE,that,I, John P.. McLeod  ' executor of the estate of Alex. Wallace;  deceased. Free Miner's Certificate No. B$49$4,in-  . tend, sixtv days;frem thedate here ff to apply  . to the Mining. Recorder fir-Ceiftiflcztes o{ Imr  provements, for the purpose of obtaii! n^Cr-own  Giant of the aboye.claim.     .',;."  And further* ���ta-te nottC!e.;that'actlotr,"-uuder-  3ection  37. must be commenced before the Is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  .;. ..-Pat��d tbi��*28th day of JanoarTi-1903.,   ."   .    ,  'Jaly^ J* P. Mc.Ii*ed.  Some   Things   the   ^oyal  Commission Did Say u"  h SMitiut/ Labor.  ;; -'"'.The**' wprjcing-piari. of; modern: times  demands as his due a fair day's pay for  a;fair,day's work, and that he should  g-et a reasonable share of the product  of his toil. "What he seeks is honorable  employment,:, not. slavery;, he. wants  fair dealing and justice, and not, charity or patronage."  ���'It is especially encumbent .on cot-  pQrat'idns aridiOther, large emplpyers of  labo'rS>yho-.r4p4noti:-^fne in persona  ���fipntactT^ithi'thieir.-employees, tp\ place  :^^sons:;6f tacti^ii^^iaigretion 1 in all  (tfaefj-jp&ws'-^o^ and to  IVis. ^f^^5|QJjiij^|tyrrjan.ical  ,'aiiy onq V^hoV- lr *yi  ftarit-  ^n^i^��s|ySJ^  with the  or ftrrogt)  m<3ta."    j.  tit is|j; gene^aiLy\ji*j^^iaed I ; tHatJ  .v^rkmepi aire j'us^f^gi^ coi^il' ioihp  tQ^ethef fo secure \iipcp^fed wages or  aho^ep yh9jirs,j oj\ Mfeir legjitimate  ^haflg^sMn--ttu^conditipns of thpir em-  "^--jttient, an4j failing: wssent. b'y| their  nitiqn  make  ���^iatura.1  o^ jndus-  .^^r^eVe^^en1;^j;;r,v,:::. .-;/:r].   . ,.-,  *" "~"' e|coM^^ti4pjftPi^��8^r represents  ���UffifZgo06jii'loj$i:a jin& minds of employ  ers^t^^h^iigtJieciate the obligation  of coMjpict, and *^e>rare glad (to ,-note  that tne importance��df this is arealized  by the majority of the uniojnsyand  their leaders." " .; j ,v    ':  ''Legitimate trades unionism jpvight  to be encouraged and protected.'j v  ^i|��'It ought to be madej-ari,. offenp-?. for.  .;the|employer;i,tq ,,discriminit'i, aKqiinst*'  ^^is<iha^-|;anyi|uemto]~pf "an jiticor-  'pqif^ted ujaipti ;fpr!j|hie' (reaspn-.pnlv4-that  he?is or intends5 tb'--become a '-'member'  ps such union.'' : 7  y-VThs use of, thef'uuion  label  .^honld;-  .Ij.erecpgflize^^Y lavy." !  ^''WejMn^,ih.aJtimuch good wojild.result, bj* legislation moving in thiedirec-  tion of the shortening of houtjs. In  these\dayp.;when;'��the human ^energies  aVe s'sutairied to their utmost arnit whirl  ing.dust ..and macljinery,vlong  are a crime against^ uatjire.^ ,Th<  chihe should be theVervaht of the man,  ���and-not*manthe:3lave-of"the": machine.  One.'of>the'most'^legitimateimodes in..  which a legislature can aid in .jinprovi  ing-the condition'2of the* work tiierl is by'  theiishorteningilbf hours; O f <; course;  thist-'bugbtvtp ";be done gradually and-  after carefully taking into account the  conditions of the particular industry,  iri other countries so as not to transfer,;  it elsewhere or. drive it sout of bur own  country. If it i could! be jbrought to  pass that: th'e iworkhieti; wbuld'hjave to  work only long enough so as to j make  his work a pleasurabe exercise in;  stead of an exhausting toil, and at the  *?amejime.secure a cpmfpr.table living.  hours  nia-  society will have advanced a long way  toward the Milleenhina."' *'���"������  - A Remarkable^Record.  .Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ihas a  remarkable record. It has been in use  for over thirty years, during-, .Which  time many million bottles have, been  sold and.used. It has,, long bee:n the  standard land.maln reliance in the  treatment of i'eroup in thousands of  nomes,/yet: during the all this time no  case has ever been reported to all manufacturers in which it failed to effect  a cure. .When given as soon-jas th:  crpupy,*cough appears, it will prevent  the attack. It is pleasant to take,  many children'like it. ��� It. contains no  opium or other harmful substance.-,and  maybe given as confidently to a, baby  as an adult. . For sale by J. L,", .White  Greenwood and A. F. -Thomas; ,Midway.  Spokane ^Interstate % Pair  ���The department of mines of tbp\Spq-  kane-Interstate* fair,,;October 5; to ,13  will be more of a cri;dit to the .-'city of  3pokaneiand;'ly,thetiiiiiin}{ districts: of  this section than any mineral-rexhibit  which;has bee.n made -in sthat .-city in  recent years. "W. A. Coplen, superin-.  tendent of the-department, commenced  work two or three months earlier this  year,than,in.tbe past, aiiiljlte result is  he is getting promises of mining exhibits from rall. the ��� leading can ps.. He  expresses a wish that these exhibits be  sent in as soon as,ppssible, in order to  secure good locations and an.-^attractive .arrangement.  IIIIHM.IIIIHIIIMIII  CARPETS 1|'  LINOLEUMS11  iGRtfGKERY '���[  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS,  The largest   hotels  and finest^ J  .; -.residences,in'jB.C. were fiir-.  nished by us throughout  VICTORIA. B.C.  ���^"KfUMMMl' "Vj  &  Contractors and Builders.  BSSTIMATES., FURNISHgD    ;FOR  *;-;*'; ^XLL ki��DsMiE---W-ORk.';'','i.'.f  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of. Improvements.  NOTICE.*' '  MAZE Mineral Clainl, situate iii tlie Greenwood  '���    'Mining Division nf YaleDistrict.    '  Wkerelocaleil:���On Lust Horse Creek, Main  Kettle River.  j TAKE NOTICE tliat we J. C. Reilh-j Frefe  Miner's Certificate No. BG1928, George Ob Ben-  net, Free Miner'f? Certificate No. BSS471,A.  MegrawFree Miner's Certificate No B 55508 and'  ���plemlnsiRoljirisoii Free Miner's Certiflcaie No  iB-71395flatend; sixty days from the ilatejiereof-  to apply to the Mihlny Recorder for a; Certificate of Iniprovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crpwn'G'rant ofthe abnveclaimi  Aud further take-notice that section 37, must  be commenced "before the issuance of suck Certificate of Impiovements, .  Dated this ninth day of Julv, 190S, A. I>.  : MINERAI, ACT.  Certificateof'Improvements.  NOTICE.  "LottiefF,'' "Sterling'hatu"-aud "Mag-uolia"  mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River  >f li)iiiK Division of Yale District;1 i Where  ,l6c^ted;,Iii.Copper Creek Camp",   j ;  ; JTiKE NOTICE that'tC'iJi..K -Shaw agent  fori J. T. Feeney Free '.MinertR.'Ceirtiflcate No.  0B8O142,iand iTCm. Farner" Free Miner's Certifi-.  cate No; B5S176, intend,:slxty days from the date  hereof,ito apply to the irlnliiK-1 Recorder for a*  (certificate of Improyehieiits, for the' piiopose of:  obtaining a'Crown crantof the ahnve'claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section-3", must be commenced befdre-the issuance of such cert! ficate of mi provemen t.s.  Dated this 17 day of June, A. D. lW.'  GREEprpQD,  B. C.  .   .*.*.;,5fMJBPItAL ACI.  Certificate of Improvements.  I/ANCASTER    Fractional ' Mineral ��� Claim;  otherwise known as the Lancaster Mineral  "Claim',' situate 'In "the" Geeenwooa -Mining  Dlvisiou.of Yale District.   Where located :���  .-^-Iri^DSad-Mod'Camp. ���:*'v ��� ��� ���.''������|!'--v;l>  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Ha'lett, as  Agent for George Arthur Rendell, Free Miners'  Certificate^ Np.;"BSS24f., intend, sixty days 'from  Ihe date hereof, to apply tc the Mlnin^Recorder  for a Certifidate of ImprovementsV'for;* the pur-  pqse'ofiobtalfllng a-Crown Hrah't; of the above  claim..; ;���.;���(]���:; v? '��� S'V'5 -I ;'iii; '.'-���  j fAhd further take notice thatiactiou. under  section 37, mus^ be commenced before > the issii-  anceof such Certificate of Impiovements.  lat'ed thla.23rd dav of September, As D.. 1903.  ���'.,;���*'���  ;..: r ?"���/:; ;,'-j t. h. ka-i'i.ett.  ���;���;   ���; ���*; IjiftlftEBfALj j!ACT.   ;.'    .. ":&  Certificate of Improvements  ���-;*���*--notice. ;���'     : *-'  CCOHPEiFt JTR1JST .iFRA'CT.IONAIv", "SCR-  "' ' 'ANTON"'WACTibN'A.i;"   and" , '>O.TIS.  FR,AC,TIONA-tlVfMinejal (Claims, i situate  in   tW'Kettle-1'River 'Mitfihgt Dtvisloii of  YaleDistrict.   Where Located :  .III  Dead-'  \< A wood cain'p.* '."��� V [.  "'' TAKE NOTICE, that I, l��aac H. Hallett, as  agent tor, Francis J. Finucane, Fre*e Miner's  Certificate No. B41718, intend, sixty days-from-  <.he date hereof to apply to the Minfn gvBecnrder  ity>r perilficates of Ipiproyefnentsj for the pur-  'poseof obtaining Crown Grants'of the above  claims.     - ���"..'.'   ���".- i  And further take notice that actions, under  .sectioii.-'^'-itnist vbe vcomtiieticedvbef ore the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  ':i>aied:this22rid^ay of'April. A.D., 1903.  July .31  ���-+.  I: H. -HATyl^ETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To'PETER McBRIDE, Pioneer Hotel,. Green  ....   wood, B.C.  You are hereby required to take notice that  we, the undersigned, have caused to be done  and have paid for the whole of the assessment  work, for the year ending May 14, 1903J on the  VAdmiral" miueral claim situate In Providence  Camp in the Greenwood 'Mining Division of  Yale* District and your are-heteby required  to contribute yonr proportion *of such assessment and of the costs of recording the (Certificate of* work, together with the .costs of advertisement, amounting in all to.*}35.62*-�� which you  have to pay. i    ��������� I  ��� ;lf you fall or refuse to contribute'the last mentioned sum of $33.(12M as a foasaldvjour interest  in teesaid mineral claim shall,���attheaxpiratloii  of ninety days become vested intfsi your.c��-own-  ers,''* under tlie:provisions-of the Minefal Act  and amending acts. .' ���' /'��� :"/'$$' '���  Date-1 this 11th day.of September 1903.;  HughiMjcKee  :':V _, Thomas H&mmerlee.  ;        '.  ;   f    MINERAI, ACT.;   ' '; ������"  Certificate of Improvements.  .'���.'- f',;   ';' n i;'?OT?CE': ;    :\'-,i i     : " ���"'  YtrcON fractional*. Mineral claim, situnte in  the" iKe'ttlei'i River -.Mining- Division of Yale  District.     Where located:���in Long take  Camp.  11  take notice that I Mary.Garland ;Free Miner's certifii:ate';No.B417s4;*.lnteiid, sixty days  from the date hereof;-to applyjto' the Mining recorder for a;.'.cerllflcate':'of';r,Improvemenl's, fiir1,  thepvrpose .of obtaining a{pt^>jvri I. Grant of the  abive'claim^g;**" : ;,'';::��� M  5*1 ' !'v''   ���  'And further take-notice .that..action,  under1  sectlou!37,'*.must be commenced bbfore the issuance of such certificateof improrvenietits. ''  Dated'tHisSth'day'ofMay'A.Dl'l-KQ,  ' ���''     ��� ������:.- !'-K-:v-:\'"'*' .Mary Garland.  'NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO JEFFLEWIS : You are hereby required  to take notice that-we, the undersigned, have,  done and paid for tln�� whole of the assessment  iwoik for.ithe vears 1901, .1903 and: 1903. 011 the  ."Laura B'VMineral claim,situat��|lt>ear the City  of Phoenix, B.C., in the Greenwood M'.nnig  Division of Yale District,aiidyou 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;$86.87*<! .which you have'to pay;  Payment can be made to us" cpersoriallv or "to  ourcredit' in .the Rank of Moritrealat "fl'i'-een-  WOodi'B.C:'. -.:-..'��� -..���������: !r.*   ,yif  s .If <y011 fail .or refuse to contribute the last  mentioned suni of SS6.87H as aforesaid yoiirln-  terest'iriithe* said mineral;clalms*shall,at the  expiration of ninety-idays,, .become vested in  your co-owners who have made the required, x-  pendltiire.'prb rata according to their former  interests..   * ;:/  '   Dated this 2l9t day of August, 1903. 1  '���     ! ��� Bruce Cradkock  Lrs Coombs.  MINERAL ACT 1896. -���:  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HACKLA" mineral claim situate in theGrretiJ  wood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: on Horseshoe Mountain.   ���'  TAKE NOTICE that we, Albert Edward.  Ashcroft. Free Miner's Certificate No. TJ.  ��6279, and Nils E. Peterson.Free Miner's 'Certificate No. H 41710, Intend, sixtv davs..from  the date hereof, to. apply to the MinlniV Recorder for.a Certificateof Improvements! for.the  purpose) of; obtajitjiig/n Crown 'Grant ofthe  above claim." '    ���'"    ' ::--i-  And.further take: notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commence-] before 'the  issuance of sucl4.Cer.ti ficates of Tinprrivpinents.  Dated this 7th day of October A. I).. 1901.  h  rpf  '$:..  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements,   pk  '.���-; *, .MOTICS. . i|*j  Ma I (CLOSER Mineral Claim, dtuav*.   j thei  ~-Greenwood-Mining-'Blvi��ioa-*of���YaleDistrict.   Where located :   Skylark camp.  AKE NOTICE that 1, J. P.Myers-Gray,*  .._ ,   Free . Miner.'e, Certificate .N<j.'5 B80241, aa  agent for C; H. Henhing.Frea'Mlner's Certificate No. B6S30S,   Pat   Hickey,   Free Miner's  Certificate. No. .B80110, aud  Duncan Mcintosh  Free Miner's'Certificate No.   B80119,   intgiul,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to.tjtpBi'x^  Mining Recorder for  .certificates of Impy(fifJe?|f ���������S*  merits, for the, purpose   of   obtaining j crp��u  grant of the aboveclaim. "%*.?  Aud further take notice that action, under'  section: 37,'must be commenced, before | th^i-  suance of. such certlficatespfiinaproveraents/JfV  ,; Dated thU2*Jthlay .of |une5Ai.I). 1903. ���   -'J)  *::.������; ���       : '������������ V:> x'.p; myers-grjc*  ������ ^--- - '���������''- r:-< ���''���' :- �� -���_jjLl  'MiH.ERA)MACT^  m  Certificate of Improvements. $M  "    - NOTICE. "               '('ifeg  KAFFIR KING* Mineral Claim, situate \n\n&  .; KetthvRiver Miiiing;DivlBion of Yale IMS:  - trict'.' ��� 'Where-'located':'   On* Horse shoe  Mount a in, Main-KettleRiver, lying, southerly from the Barnato mineral claim,   "p  TAKE NOTICE that we Alex. Waddell,  E, Sullivan, J. H. Harrison and M. IMc-  Mynn;FreiiMiiierfi''ecrti-ficat61-Nbs;'*-6l 40,ftS0;  B -40,44*l; B .10,��00, and.B 40,602 respectively, ^Bt  tend slxtvj* days frQBl the date'hereofl'to appl^  lothe iMin(ng recirdpr for a-certificate of Im.  provemeiits, for ^*he.purpo��B-of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  *. And further take notice that-.action, under  section 37,'jnmst be-conimenc^d��j.before the is-  suauca of such certificate of ImpTOvements. ; '  Dated this 3lBt day'of May.'A. D; 1902.    .     "���'  r'When you v.-a.n.t..a. physic' that is mild  and gantle, easj- to take and supe to act,  always use Chamberlain's Stomach and:  Liver Tablets. For sale by- J., L,.  White and A. F, Thomas Midway.  JflNERAL ACT.  CerUlicJte of Improvement.  '''���'��� :;:noticb*;        '���'    '-���!'',.'  HELNA AND BUTTE mineral claims;situate  *   in. the Kettle River Mining Division ;of Yale  ,,. District.   Where located: ou.ChinaCreeki.i  ���"PAKE NOTICE tiiat I, C. A.'E. Shaw.agent  1 :/:.for. Charles 'D. Temple. Free' Miner's  Certificate No. B. 57507, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof,' to apply to the Mlningr-lRecorder  for aCertificate of Ioiprovements, for the purpose  of. obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  :And further take notice, that action; under  section 37, must be commenced befoi^t the issuance of such -.-ertificate of Improvements.  Dated-this 26th day-.of June.1903. :  C. A. E. Shaw,.P.I,. S,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  "Sunuyside" Mineral claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Diyisiou of Yale District.  Where 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   McKean,  -Free-"Miners-- -Certificate* -No. B 55..177.   iii-  tend,   sixty   days   frotastbe  date    hereof   to  apply to the Mining Hecor^pr for a Certlfleate  01 Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of thegaboveji'ilfl.lm  ^tABd furtb0-5,%kftinoUce fliatifaction, under  :%syoB3|wi.;%yt gl��^omjkeaB��<l  befora    hs  48su��nc>e of fitch CertW -wt^ of Improvemeui.  ^Dated :Bii'-l��h day of'Jun^iA*. D., i903;  aep��*.3u._  -..,._.._. '... '.''&.'- _j   -H^l]^ ^f^fORFtBIT^RE.  To^W'ii;EP{McB6Y��.E and any', persoii to  whom he may have transferred his.' interest in  the "Dakota" miqerol*t*t(Um, situate inn Wallace  ,.mou*ttln.ta:therGrekiiwdp(l Mining Division of  'Y&^i��g&Ma&Wk4*?}i&aB the^Logaur and  "Dnil6an"4nitaeraiiclaitfls.  Yon are hereby notified that I have expended  tfcaakm oWW3^-tft>'hol*i��tiif,sald Dakota mln-  eranrlaim"irtidertHe provls'16ns''of,the "Mineral  Acjt**i.or the Xeafifoendl-91S,47tJi.1of'August, 1903.  ���afttBi^afe-^tSredVlR^aibute $5125 as  your proportion of the said sum Ibr'yorr unde-  vided p��Ba��Miiiei���� in the said^'tfiaim, and If  wlthlif W^aVs'frSS^he first ln?��tionof this  notice yot fill or refuse to contribute thesaid  sum of.^k^-itDffsjher with all cb'alR of adver  tliyntfpyburTnteresrHE^he^sald *lj��*4|Coti. mineral  I^Itu will become the proj��r)t*��?Vjft'iiie, the sub-  scrlher, under: section Four 'at-fan lAct entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment A'-Ctf 1900."  Dated at Greenwood. B.C. the,:26th dav of  August, 1903. --; *  Noy,27. JESSIE M. MA/1'HEISON.  With Which Is Incorporated  BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  $8;700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO.A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  W.ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  o<>oo<>-oo��o'<>b<>o<>ooo-o-6<>^^  CK>00<>0<H>0<K><X);<X><><>0<>0<>000<K>  PHONE 179  ';.';'?:^'P.IJ^U;'.'$lilOCEitSVANP'. AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars ss  BRANDS: Monojrrara, Marguerlta, Boqiiet, Our Sieclal, El Justlllo, El Condor.  Sarantlzalos, Schiller. AlsoTuckeits Union Label Cigarettes. KarnaekT. &  B. V. C.  Corner i Alexander Street and Columbia>Avenue, Vancouver, B, C,  66<K>o<x>oo<><x>o<>oo<>ob6<>ooooo*oooo*ooo^  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO   CK>O<>O<><>0O<><><X>0O<>a0OOO<>OCK)0  0��0000000<>0<>0<>0000<>000<>0^>0^00000<>0<><X>000000000<>CK>0000  The Jenckes Machine Co.y|  LIMITED.  ...CAMffl-MD DRILL COMPANY....  .Manufacturers, Boilers, Hoisting Engines,  Narrow Guaee Locomo-  :'~ ' ���"��� ""! tives. Compressors. Drills. Etc.������ ������  R.  P. WILLIAMS  f;  0  o  0  o  p  p  8  0  o  0  o  o  %  0  0  0  AGENT,  GREENWOOD, B. O.  ���00^>p<>pOOOO<>OOCKH>00<KK><X>^^  GRAND F0RKS,--PH0ENIX--GREENW60D  Leaves CJreenvrood ii 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 Greetnvootl 8 p. in.  Fare-Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood, to Phoenix SI.00      Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents. ������.-������'  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. R0YER, Manager.  THE0BEST BEER INQTOWN IS MADE BY  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ���**..=��...-.  .       '" J . NOTICE.  ARCADIA ASTORIA and MORN1NO STAR  Mineral ClainiK, filtuate la the* Rreenwnoil  ���Mining- Dlvifilou of Yale District,  r "'Wltij'pe located^The'i.Arcartia ami Astr.ria  mineral claims are located iu Hkvlarh Camp  and the Morning Star mineral claim is located  in Deadwood Camp.  ���! TAKE NOTICE that I J. P. McLeod asag-iit  for-Sidney Rofeehllaupl Tree Miner's CertlticAte-.  No. SS285, intend, sixty days from the date liere-  of,-tb*apply��to tlie'Mlulng- recorder for Cert-  ficatcs of Improvements, for the purpese of oh-  .taiuing Cronti.Grants of the. aboye.claims.  Arid further take '��� notice that action, under  section 37,-mnRtl>e eouirnenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 4th day of Julv, A. D. 1-501 ���!  ��� ��� !      , . -���:*.-       ��� :*.-  J. P:,M'cLeod.  TheEJkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Tr-,  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  VOTE:P0Rk4R#WW  ; MINERAL ACT,  Certificate, of Improvement.  NOTtCE.  FOURTH-OF-JULV.   Mineral  Claim, ,aUdatcji  '��� iri thie Kana&River.Minlng-.Divisionpf^Y;alet:  ..District.-, Where located:���Near td Canyonj  Creek, Main Kettle River. '���- \  TAKE :N"I*9ICE thnt we Alex. Waddell and  E. Sullivan. Free Miners' certificate NoSi*  B. -W^SO.andB. 40^449 respectively^ intend, sixty-  days from the date hereof, to apply, to-the  MininigBeoorder for a Certificate of improver  ! mentB,i;for tfie purpose of ��btaiuinsra! Crpivn,  i flrarii of the ab.>ve claim.  I...And.;further take uotice that action, undei  I section 37, roust be commenced-before  the is  i euaoce of such Certificate of Improvements.    V  -Vits-a^his 3Ut 4--> v <}f May/1W,  t**********?**^"���^^ +AAAA+ .X..X~X^.W��*  I sCyclaps Mining Steel 1  '111"I"5-  ""^'���*��� **'~"j"*"*��� ��� -���-" ~-I-i I-  ib){��:::' SHOES AND DIES  i  ForfBest Results  f A     '^   ROWLAND MAGHl^^"^^^-'1- VICTORIA, B. C. >  &'4&rWr<r*<r'r>H^WrW^ rail}   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  !>0<>0<>0000000<)00000<XK>00000  I LOCAL   EXTRACT |  >000000000000000000000<XK>0  Heating stoves in great variety at  Hunter-Kendrick's.  Fred Kaiser of Eholt is building- a  large hotel at Poplar Creek.  LeB. Deveber manager of the Bank  of Montreal is on the sick list.  Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McRae have returned front their honeymoon  trip.  Just received a new line of iron beds  and cribs. A. L*. White 2nd Hand  Store.  W. H. Thomas expert for the B. C  Copper Company is in the city from  New York.  The Tennis Club gave a very enjoyable dance in the Masonic hall on Monday even i tie.  Rev. McKee will preach in the Presbyterian church morning and evening  'iexf Sunday.  Piano and Sewing machines and  'furniture for rent. A. L. White New  2nd Hand Store.  A masquerade ball will be given by  Prof. Gagnon dancing master in the  Masonic hall October 16th.  J. S. C. Fraser manager of the Bank  of Montreal Rossland, and Ross  Thompson were visitprs t >, the city  this week. ������;������������.  W. *;M. L-aw of the Russell-LawCaul  field company paid a business visit to  McLeod and Pincher Creek last week.  He was accompanied by J. P. Flood.  Methodist church. J. D. P. Knox  pastor. The usual preaching services  will be conducted at 11 a.m. and 7.30  p. m. by the pastor. Class meeting at  10.20 a. ni. Sunday'school at 2.30 p.  m.   Wm. Whyte who is next to Sir Thos.  Shaughnessy in the councils of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company wasa  /isitor to Greer.wood on" Tuesday. He  was accompanied by Mr. Dennis of the  .'and department.' Mr. Whyte : is; a  welcome visitor to the Boundary. He  :ame here before the advent of the  railway and has always had confidence  in its resources.  J. H. Mathot of the Customs office  has returned from a trip to Rossland.'  VTr. Mathot has been transferred to trie  cast. He is to report at Ottawa and will  be given a position intone of* the. big  offices in Ontario. He has been assistant to collector here for three years  and his work has been not only satisfactory to the public but highly commended itself to the custom inspector*.  Mr. and Mrs. Mathot and family will  leave for Ottawa next week.  Word has been received in the city  that the only child of Mr. and Mrs M.  E. Miller formerly of this city met  with a horrible death in San Francisco.  The little lad who would be about four  years of age was playing near a window in one of the upper stories of a  big block. He climbed through the  open window and fell to the pavement  below. Death was instantaneous.  The sympathy of the entire city will go  out to the afflicted parents, in their  terriblo bereavement.  .'  A fair sized audience attended tha  wrestling match at the Auditorium on  Wednesday evening. The preliminary  matches resulted in a  victory for  Jed  for George Wilbur over W. White,  The big event was truly a battle of  giants. T0hn Olson, the terrible Swede  was the favorite from the start, being  much heavier and stronger than his opponent, S, J. McMillan. The Swede  downed his man in two minutes S3  seconds and in the second round was  floored by McMillan iu two minutes.  Tti the third round the giants tustled  for four minutes and 56 seconds before  ��� he Swede succeeded in again flooring  his man, thus winning the match and  the championship of the Northwest.  Juicy Hungarian plums at Monroe's.  Owes His Life to a Neighbor's Kindness.  Mr. D, P. Datigherty, well known  throughout Mercer and Sunner counties, W. Va.. most likely owes his life to  ihe kindness of a neighbor. He was  ilmost hopelessly afflicted with diarr-  no'ea! was attended by two physicians  who gave him little, if any, relief,  when a neighbor learning of the seri-  uus condition, brought him a bottle of  "hamberlain's Colic. Cholera and  TJiarrhoea Remedy, which cured him  i:i less than twenty-four hours. For  .-lie by J. I/, White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  Business Locals  Do you use Bloc Ribbon Tea ?  For Green peppers go to Monroe's.  "Hot things,'  in  stoves at  Hunter-  Kendrick.  Fresh  consignment   of   apples   and  pears-just received at Monroe's.  For rent,   a   three roomed  furnished  house.    Apply vt Clarendon Hotel.  Wanted.���A good cook stove.   Apply  .at this office.  00000000000000000-000000000  SUBSIDY GRANTED.  A telegram from Ottawa contains the official announcement  that the Dominion government  has decided to grant the Midway  & Vernon railway a cash subsidy  of $6400 a mile. The measure  making the grant will be brought  down in a day or two.  <HK��>CK>0<><M><><X><>0<>0<><*<><K>00</6  Vote for J. R. Brown the  Liberal Candidate In the  Greenwood Riding.  Snaps in toielt sets and Singer Sewing Machines at the O. I. C. 2nd Hand  Store.  Concord grapes from Jordan Harbour  L,ake just received at Monsoe's.  Our New Courthouse.  The Greenwood court house is now  completed and tenanted. It.has cost  the government some 815,000. This  sum of itself is not,too much for a court  house, but it is a. debatable question if  that name can be applied to.the structure now. adorning the corner of Dead-  wood and Government streets..  Viewed from, the outside the building  in colour and' design resembles the  barn of a well to do Ontario farmer,  while its internal divisions.are a marvel of inconvenience and architectutal  stupidity. A row of rooms foriawyers  witnesses etc. pleasant enough of  themselves, extend along the west side  of the building parallel with the court  room, and completely shut^ of any  day light from that quarter. The  court room itself is almost destitute of  windows save the large one in the  north end of the room and the Judge's  desk is so placed that He'has the whole  light from this windo-W-Jfull in his face.  When it comes to the conveniences, the  lavatories are so arranged that two of  them adjacent to the Judges and jury  rooms are absolutely useless.  In the heating plans no provisions have  been made. ;fpr the'possible use of a  stove, and 'at'the'present time a long  disgraceful looking pipe issuing from  the window of the general offiice ofthe  gold commissioner, is evidence that  this oversight has proved uncomfortable to thejtenants.  ..' No manv'putteth new wine into old  bottles* v'buit in furnishing the court  house the. government agent has scorned:.this ;old maxim. The major portion of the furnishings that adorn the  new building have done duty for years  in one of the principal hotels of Greenwood, and not being considered worth  moving to another locality were turned  over to the B. C.' Government, for use  iu the new court house.  They may have been purchased at a  bargain, It may be business. It may  be'true economy in public service, but  in our opinion the province is yet well  able to properly furnish its public institutions without indulging' in the  second hand business.  For sale.���A Fine Guitar.    Apply at  this office.     .' ������/'������-..i  Tents, Guns and sporting-  g<.ods for  ale or rent.   O. I. C. 2nd hand store.  ���,=__ Ran a,Nai! Through His Hand-  While opening a box, J. C, Mount,  of Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten  penny nail through the fleshy part of  his hand. "I thought at once of all  the pain and soreness this would cause,  me," he says, "and immediately applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm and  occasionally afterwards. To ray surprise it removed all pain and soreness  and the injured parts were soon healed." For sale by J. h. White Greenwood A. F. Thomas Midway.  Guns,1 sewing, machines; and   furniture for rent at Second Hand  White's.  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1.0.0. F.  McctH every  Tuosda3' Evening at 8 00 In  tlie  I. O. O. F. Hall.    A cordial itivi talion is ex  tended to all sojourning bretliern.  J.-I,. White, Frkd I!. Hor.MKS.  N. (J. Rec.-Scc.  Notice or Dlssiltt ol PorHii)  Noticg is hereby "given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between  us, the undersigned, as Carpenters and  Contractors, under the firm  name of  t ���  Bunting & Dempsey.  is this day dissolved by mutual consent.  Greenwood, B. C. September 30 th 1903.  ��� ' - ' ��� Herbert Bunting,  Chari,es A. Dempsey.  A ���  >.v%*%al*iwmw M  A   n  ���*  ���*     A  �� Comfortable Rooms. j>  % Everything First Class- %  V THE SWAYNE HOUSE, Y  �� Silver Street, \  Greenwood,      X  ... DRINK  AIJFE  ���RENEWER  On sale at all the lintels.  BOTTLED BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lager Ueer and  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Carbonated Pteverapres.  <mw��w^www��W'?>>  1  LU  O. S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.   .  SCHOOL BOOKS  AND  Supplies  las Everything That's Re-  �� (Mired for the Boy or  ��       Girl at School.  PRICES RIGHT.  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. ,L. Coles,  S.   *..*.. *-.   ���    ,,   -: : , -. -  . w?  ,.   Books. Stationery. Off ice Supplies, Etc.  5?  Dissolution of Partnership  NOTICE is hereby given "-that, the  partnership' heretofore subsisting- between* ns^ the undersigned, as j-ainlers,  under the firm name of Grierson &  Evans,' has this day been dissolved hy.  mutual, consent.. .'A'l.l..'debt,s:..owing' to"  the said'partnership* are* to paid to  Samuel A.* Grierson' and, all-claims  against the said part-iersliip'are lo he  presented to the said Samuel;'.V. Griei-  son, by whom the same will be settled.  ���Dated at Greenwood, B.C., this 28th  day of August, 1903.     .'���  '���'".   Si.-A. Grierson.  Geo. Eva.ns.  Witness:   I.H HauEW." -tins  Eagle HalU  Recently ''renovated. aud     .  refurnished, may be' secured for balls,   concerts      ;  etc.,! at reasonable rates  ������  Applyi foi: ���*-':.���'���*���:���-.:-���   :   ::  C.W. WILSON,   Secretary.  *��M^*w!-*i*��!*>'>.!'><CM!*��!^^  *"��� *���������.��� ���',,���������'' ".'������..���''   ��  BICYCLE And       i  MACHINE REPAIRS.   I  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C.  Y  Y  X  | SKATES SHARPENED. x  i PAINTING AND |  JZ                SIGN WORK, i  |   |  X T  | Copper St,    Greenwood. |  ��!��� .*.  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL;     VVATGHMAKKI*.       ANT)  ���jKWl5r-*CER.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD-  I  *f if ** sp ip if jf j*? if |p ��r a? jp i-j* vf -jf* q  5 WILL SctfVE      . I  5 YOU MONEY fc  ���^        Insure In aon-board fire companies !*  m   Losses paid promptly. Christina*1 Lake *  2 Lumber Co's mill burned on the 13th %  J' August. 1903.    Paid loss $2750 on k  *��  22nd August, 1903. <*  *j      McLANE & MERRITT. AfiTt's.  -J  ar j? if ip jp j? ^ tP j��* jp ip *r it jp jf-jp tf  THENEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only;, the best Liquors and  Cigars. Proinpf servicer Courteous  Treatment.    .Good   Rooms.     Modern  -..'h.?.:-.. -    .Ccmyftpiences   Fred Hi Munn,     Manager.  WHEN IN NELSON  ���Stop'at the  HOTF.L, *=  i  The new manager B. Tomkins  has .made it the leading hotel of  the Kootenays.  OtX^tXHJOdOOOOOOOOOOOOOOtKyoo  Bf D  E Y BS  Are your eyes bad? Do  you have headaches? ��� Do  your eyes twitcli after you  have been reading a little  while? Do they 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  ���CK><>0<>-00<><K��K^Q9--0<><K>00<^^  . BURN  (r*^^  ......... ^  ��  ��  ��  ft  e  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  a  �����  ft:  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  a  ��  ��  ��  B-��aft#.��#fta����ftftftft����t��ft0tt����ftft����ft��0��������ftftftftOft0tt����tt��ftftft��#aB  WH01SALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Fresh and Cured Meats  Markets in all the principal   towns; of  British  Columbia,  A"! U-cTta and the Yukon.  -I  Maker of the kind  of '^diWIs^t'  GMlemeii Wear.  liltlllMMIIIIIIIII  Opposite Postoffice     -���  *  Copper St.   Greenwood.  ^v: THE :^i^  Cower Street.  ���<si  OPEK DAY AND NIGHT, fe  P"  MKAT.S  AT AI.I,  HOUR.S  PRIVATE  ROOMS 'FOR   I,A1")IES.  Charles R. ^TitiocK  ���TRY'-'QTJS. COFFEE  tProp'r.  5:  DEALERS IN  ! FURNITURE, x CARPETS, I  LINOLEUMS, ETC  *>     COPPER STREET,  %         -i-^M��x<<>��>i">v*,x��*>x*'��X"X-'  C.HV.t J.IH   I .  ��� %r-V���#���%������A,^f���4��������������.�������������������*���,���������^^*^���������l������-��������^���*���,**-���*.���   .������.������*'*.*  MUNICIPAL NOTICE TO I  X  Y  Y  Y  X  Y  Y  Public Notic^ is hereby given that  all taxes due the Corporation of the  Gity of Greenwood, must be paid to  the undersigned on or before  October 3ist�� 1903  I to entitle the taxpayer- to a rebate of  I ONBSIXTH on the general tax for  I   the year 1903,  i. Householders are notified that be'  I fore they can make the necessary  declaration entitling them to be placed  on the municipal voters' list for 1904*  the road tax for the current year must |  be paid on or before Nov, 1st, 1903,        |  ���G/R TAYLOR Collector.   |  Greenwood, B. C, September 25th, 1903. X  ; '   '   .'    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