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Pacinc. i Kail way will,  apply to the��� British' Columbia leg-is-  latiiie.at its present session for a'charter to build a .-railway from the present  t-ctininiis of the road atMthvay up the  West Fork and across to the Siinilka-  mc-CTtviaPcinticton. From the Similka-  m-cen in the vicinity- of Princeton, the  roa.3 will run down' tlie Nicola to  Speti ce's Bridge, there joining the main  Hd-c* Our belief has baen for a long*  time that the Canadian'sfir.st railway  building iu British Columbia would be  two short lines, one from Midway up  the West Fork and one from Spence's  Bridg e up the Nicola,' later on connecting these two short roads, and thus  f ornum (j a through short line, and  wliiall would g-o a long way. towards  meeting the   demands  of  the -Coast-  -p^^S*-T^rff-���������-7i &&��$m  te���'���^.:;-|, __._*^~r~^C-^.a^--M;3i_J'  KODAKS  And Supplies.  Step into our Kodak department jg  aiid'hear about thcprogress com- si  petition.   S4000 in prizes offered, He  You  have 200  chances to get'a jj|  prize rang-ing "from  SS  to S150. |f  Our dark room is at YOUR ser- H|  -vice, anybody using the supplies j|  we handle-can compete. iSs  -=                       ���             ��� %  ,for B.C. Assay &Che- fi  ical Supply Co.   A. j?|  rge  stock  to meet tl  demands of mining co's carried. ^  J. L. WHITE :    ' I  Successor to Miller Bros. ||  Dispensing Chemist, Greenwood g!  Agents^  ' *��#<���**��H��l!��8H!t��'^0'�������������������#����*����*  .���at'  �����  ���a-*-'  **.  ���*'  *  *  *'  *  .'**  ���5c  *  ���ft*  *  ���ft  ���it  *'  *��  *  *  , ;',...���,:..'   ,-i rixust  reduce their  . '*, ''"':������'���   ���     '-'lsLT^.e..' .,���_*..  .*,*. stock . of  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  '���'"'   Tlie'v offer Brrgains  ..*.,*.'" i*im���;���  SMunoii Files,  ���Biani.BoolLS.  Ms ol all hinds,  Typewriter ���Paper,  AVritinif laterals.  H,1KIG1C0,  *o#'d*��**#�� #**�����*��*�����* �������#��-�������*��**  *e^S*0A|Hf!f^^it<-5|t��^Kfi*��-��eH,:*^S4(S<.*  * :    * * **$**  *  -*  *���  *  *  ;*  ������*  #  *  ���ft  *  -ft  ft  *  ft  *  *  *  *  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  The Safest add Quickest way to  send niotf-e-y is bv the  Kootenay line. If . this . road should  decide on the immediate li-uildii_i.g- of  the complete link as"outliuecl so ntuch  :tlie better. .The bdlief appears to be  well grounded that such Charter is to  be sought and the road built. It is to  besdnceriety trusted that this is true  and that the passage of such a Charter  will not serve as ai�� obstacle-intiic way  ofthe Great Northern and then not.  result in the construction of the road  lay the great .Canadian concern, The  people of . these . communities Lo be  serred by such a road, need and de-  scrrethis means of developm cut an4the  Canadian cannot better ingratiate itself with the public than by such action.  Don't Mention it.  !"���_������_�����__��!���  BRIEFLETS.  f~J*-����*5w��*5M*"*|"-5*'��T~*-*.**i*^  Mrs. C. W. W'lson. returned this week  from an extended visit back east,  Aid. Kirkwood has been appointed  a L-iceuse Commissioner in lieu of  Aid. Caulfield-   To day, Good Fridaj--, is be5ng*  generally observed as a holiday- All  the business houses are closed.  Mrs Mclntyre and family leave  Greenwood next week. They willspend  the summer with relatives on Camas  Prairie, Idaho.  TV.H. Thomas of the B C. Copper  ���Company New York City is. In town  this week enquirihginto thecompany,s  ���affairs at this point.  Mr G. F. Williams is removing p*ert  oi his heavy stock to Grand Forks,  ���where he will open store for a month!  H. McKinney and family left yesterday for their old home in NewT3runs-  wlck, Good I.uck.  Alfred Cameron left Thursday for a  trip into  the Edmonton .Country,   He.  may locate there. ,'* ������ ^ ;   T - -' '  Mr. Ripley, drug-gist and stationer of  Eholt has closed out his business.  Smith and McRae of Greenwood buy-  in-g* out his line of stationery supplies.  Mr W. NL I.aw returned from Boise,  Idaho last Saturday. He reports business; g-ood all through "Washington and  I<laho and lots of people coming in  from ^the East. Thunder Mountain is  tallied of and many are plans in-****; to g*o  there once the tr lils are open.  3 0# p-a ��i��ft9��-��ffl'3fce-#'��#��#ft*aft*#��  Has the most complete  Stock of Tailoring  G-oods in the Boundary  EXPRESS GO.  Payable at par anywhere on the  continent or Europe. ,  Express orders of. all  company's  cashed at "face value at  .���3t .n^.ColeSt-'*'  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.  Phone .No. 33.  ��  ���a  a  a  *  fit  ��  ft  ��  a  a  a  ��t  a  St  ��  si  St  ��  St  St  St  St  =f- St  * .St  ���ftl��3lf-l!UiH!��*����# ft��ft* fc#ft��ft������#��M(-*ft*a  CARPETS  We know we are running a risk to  mention it. In fact on second thought  we think we will say nothing about it.  Now we decide not to,we feel safer.Had  we mentioned that beautiful head-gear  in the windows of the McKenzie-Ham-  bly company near the Bank of B. N.A.  every lady in town would have g*one  up to see the sw��et things in the windows,those wonderful creations in color,  and having once seen would have  bought, and then we would have been  tormented by husbands and lovers  running in to thank us because "she  looked so nice in that new bonnet and  it was so cheap." So we'll stick to our  resolve and 1- eep quiet.  Assessment Appeals.  There are several notices of appeal  from the city assessment already in to  the city assessor. Some claim inequality of assessment, but most are  for over valuation. Some of these  notices are annuals and some biennials  but most are perennials, ever springing from the root at. the same season of  the year.  SMELTER  Another Pay-Roll Institution added  to the  List in and   About   Greenwood���Almost  Ready for Work,  For an  up-to-date suit  call on   :    :   :    :    :    :  �����������  Greenwood's * treading  clnll  Tailor.  ft#��*��*ft*��**ft*ft*5 *����*��*��������*��*��**  CROCKERY  G1ASSWAHE  CUTLERY  S1LYERME  BAR GOODS  The largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were fur-  _.   nished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  The Presbyterian YVoniens association have a sale of Aprons arid "Easter  goods tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon  acid evening. Tea will be .served in  the afternoon. An old fashioned new  England supper between -5:30 and S. A-  niiisicil program in the,evening.  Cecil Rhodes is Dead.  A.railway from Cape to Cairo-will  someday be completed, but the great  master mind of Cecil Rhodes that  promoted it will not realise the -completion. One of the great idealists of  the empire lias passed awa3r, The  mrasure of love extended to him by  some is no greater th an the aneastire of  hate by others. Both ' are equal coin  niedtaries on the man's greatness;  ELis plans were unique and magnificent, his blunders stupeci-dous, He  realized great returns from the one  and suffered severely for tlie other.  Possessed of great capacity, great  energ*-)" aud great daring the Hon.  C��cil Rhodes niadj an impress on the  empire of his day unexcelled by any  cotemporary. His early d-catli Makes  the empire poorer although it removes  a turbulent* factor from the South  African sphere. Mr. Rhodes died in  Capetown Wednesday last and his  faody will be buried among the scenes  lie lored so well: The eui pire could  hare better spared a better man.  Ever since the Sunset people took  over the Boundary Falls smelter they  have been working vigorously to get  the same ready for operation. Their  mine is ready to -five them 400 to SOO  tons of ore a day and they have had  rush orders for the smelting plant'.' A  large gang of workmen have been employed now for the past four weeks  getting the plant in shape. Laborers,  carpenters, mac.hini*?ts, electricians  have been working hard to get everything in readiness for early April  smelting. It is onlv"a question of a  few days now until the mammoth furnace will be glowing and the molten  ore pouring out in continuous stream.  The Sunset people have the happy  faculty of management, and discerin-  ment in the choice of its officials in  charge.,. Intelligent in management  unstinting in expenditurej prompt in  payment, they have made themselves  popu-ar in Greenwood, and we entertain no doubt they will show handsome returns for the capital invested.  The dividend sheet can be none too  favorable to please the people of Greenwood,  The Redistribution Bill   Pusses  Its  Second  Beading���The Opposition   eviroves   of tlie  Bill.  The Redistribution Bill has pasted  its second reading with very little criticism aud practically no opposition, and  is now in committee. Although the bill  gives the Coast a very iniluental Voice  in the legislature it would appear to be  planned on fair lines and evidences the  desire of the government to jpive all  sections governed a voice in Government. As stated last week the number  af representatives will be increased to  42 and the number of electoral districts  34. The Greenwood District is a Terr  compact one and its boundaries will  prove very satisfactory to the voters  generally. Its technical description is  as follows. "Greenwood.(24) That tract  of land contained within the following  boundaries, viz: Commencing: at the  southeast corner of township 67,  Osoyoos district; thence north and  west, following the-eastern and southern boundaries of Similkameen electoral district to the head waters of Boulder  Creek; thence southeasterly to the  northeast corner of section 33, township  78, Osoyoos district; thence due south  to the southeast corner of section 16 in  said township 78; thence due west to  the northeast corner of section 11 in  said township 79; thence due south to  the International Boundary line; thence  due west along the the International  Boundary line to the point of commencement, shall constitute an electoral district, to be designated "Greenwood electoral drstrict," and shall return one member."  For those who do not hare a map at  hand we may say that the territory  comprised within these bounds includes  Long- Lake, Eholt,' Greenwood, Anaconda, Deadwood, Boundary Falls,  Midway and the Kettle River valley  thence west to Rock Creek.  Phoenix is in the Grand Forks District'  the line passing about midway between  Phoenix and Greenwood.  Tennis Dance.  The Greenwood Tennis Club will  give a most enjoyable dance in St.  Jude's Hall on Tuesday evening, April  8th. Tickets of admission will be S1.0C  for ladies and 32.00 for gentlemen,  obtainable at the door.  The Literary.  The joint debate at the Literary  Wednesday eyehihg laatydrew a" good  crowd. The meeting was voted a  success although rather lengthy. The  spirit of tardiuess characterises the  society. .It is never on time. Instead  of opening at the appointed hour it is  always an hour late, and even when it  does open gets lip headway very slowly.  The feature of the next meeting will  be a paper by Mr, C. 2E,. Shaw, and  the8ubjec1 "The Red Indian". Owing  to the fact that the Phoenix Minstrels  are to appear on Wednesday evening  and everybody was going* to go to that  entertainment, Tuesday evening was  substituted for the literary, and the  Presbyterian churce the place of meeting,  ���*K��C��X~H^---XK~:"W  <K>C_^<H>0-0<>0<>O<><>O<KXK��<>CKKM>O*  Tie Plioenix Imstols,  The Phoenix Minstrels will  U in the Auditorium ore Hie 2nd  of April. Save a j and f alee it in  ���without fail. Show our neigli-  hors that we are their ���friends  arc! are appreciative of the  .rood things tliey have in store  5 for us.  THE BOUNDARY  MINES  SUMMARY.  Total Amount of Ore Shipments for the Year 1901 in round number*.  TONS.  Phoenix Camp  335 000  Deadwood Camp  90 000  Summit Camp    50 000  Sundry other properties  6 000  381 000  Treated by Granby Smelter in 1901.;        230 000  Treated by Greenwood Smelter in 1901    120 000  Treated by Greenwood Smelter in its first year endinp February 18th, 1902       138 139  Daily averajjexof a 240 ton furnace deducting 9 idle days  for  repairs   Daily average of same (Greenwood smelter) during- first 48  days in 1902..   Greenwood Smelter capacity now being doubled.  The Granby mines are shipping- daily   388  425  1500  ^������X--********^^ '%,  THE   BOUNDARY    CREEK TIMES.  Cbc  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every Triday  Dohcan Ross _ Managing Editor,  Columbia Telephone No. 40,  Vxrnok * Nelson Telephonb No. 29.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year ....S 2 00  Six Months 1 25  To Foreign Countries 2 SO  FRIDAY, MARCH 2 8 190��.  OUR REPRESENTATIVE  It was believed a short time ago that  with the concession of another additional 'representative to the Boundary an election would be called at once.  The introduction however of a general  measure of district revision and increase in representation has dissipated  that belief and there now appears no  good ; grounds for apprehending an  early election. However that Greenwood  has promise of being the center and  most important point in its riding it  may not be out of place for the Times  to make some suggestions as to the  character of representative the district  ong-ht to have'in the legislature.  He ought to a moderate man to'begin  with, and not an extremist in any sense.  The man "of intense views and especially intense expression of his views seldom does much for his district. In the  G-reenwooa rjding there will be a large  class of.working men on the one hand  and representativesof large capital on  the other,* and if some man could be  found * whom both parties could trust  and who from his very nature would  strive to he fair to all parties it wpuld  be a happy thing forthe district.  Capital must be safeguarded in every  legitimate way and the rights of labor  and the'safety of the'laborer must be  protected and no man who is a crank  in either direction is fit to represent a  constituency such as this. He must be  an intelligent man. He need not be a  great scholar, or great orator, but he  must le a man able to express his ideas  intelligently, and in committee where  the best work of the legislature is done  impress his views on his colleagues. To  too many legislators the public platform aud the floors of Parliment are  the scenes of victory, Not so however.  It is of course an enviable gift to be  able to match an opponent in debate  wi'9tlier on the platform or in p-erli-  mentbtit the representative who thus  measures his responsibility, falls far  short of bis full duty. Other qualities  are needed to convince fellow legislators.  Ha Must Bit A Worker  The man who fitly represents one of  these remote districts, one whose chief  industry is so far out of touch with the  larger Coast influence should be a worker, a man tireless in looking after opportunity to push along his peoples  cause. The man who goes to the Legislature or Paliament as off on a vaca  tiontrip is unworthy his trust. His  nigh ts should be spent in rest, if his day s  are to be devoted to the honorable trust  given him,and just so surely too should  his days be given to work, To the conscientious representative, parlimentary  duties imply not only honor, but responsibility, work, aye tireless work.  There are other qualities imperative on  the successful legislator that may be  refered to later, but for the present we  abstain. We have not set the standard  too high we are sure for the majority of  our electors, we are only asking for an  intelligent, conscientious, moderate,  working representative, anything further than this would be difficult to get,  anything worse would be unworthy the  metropolitan riding of the great interior of Southern British Columbia.  CORPORATION CITY OF GREENWOOD  NOTICE OF TAX SALE.  NOTICE is hereby given that the  Tax Sale By-law* will be proceeded  with on the 1st day of April, 1902, and  that all lands subject to sale under the  said By-law, on which the ��� taxes are  not paid on or before that date, will be  charged with the full costs of said  sale.' G. B. TAYLOR,  City Clerk.  Dated, March 12th, 1902.  Bant of British North America  BALANCE SHEET, 31ST DECEMBER, 1901.  DR.  To Capital ;        20,000 shares of ��S0 each fully paid.  To Reserve Fund ....  To Deposits and Current Accounts    To Notes in Circulation   To Bills payable and Other Liabilities,  including'Provisions for Contingencies ...  To Rebate Account *.........*.....   To Liabilities on Endorsements   ��~s.-& -    --��    s.~  1 000 000   0  365 000   0  3 151 128 10  SOI 139 18  ��450 289 11 2  2 659 971   4  15 007 14  To Profit and Loss Account-  Balance brought Forward from 29th June,L90l     40 662   4   5  Dividend paid October, 1901.       30 000   0   0  Net profit for the half-year ending this  date   after   deducting   all   current  ��� charges, and providing for bad and  doubtful debts   ..  10 662   4   5  38 451   8   1  49 113 12   6  Deduct:  Transferred to Reserve Fund  ��15 000   0   0  Transferred to Officers', Widows'  ... and Orphans' Fund  186 22   0  Transferred to Officers' Life In-  mrance Fund  364 12*11  Transferred to Officers' Pension  Fund.......        1 103   7   6  Balance available for April Dividend..  16 654 12   S  32 459   0   1  CR.  7 724 606   611  ��     s. d  By Cash and Specie at Bankers and in  Hand     717 943 14 0  By Cash at Call and Short Notice 1 571 814 15 6  By Investments��� '-'  Consols ��200,000 at 90   ��180 000   0   0  National War Loan,��50,000  ' at 90    45 000   0   0  Exchequer Bonds ��25,000....   24 546 17   6   r  249 546 17   6  Other Securities     244 249   4   1  By  Bills   Receivable, Loans on Security,  . and Other Accounts ���-.   By. Bank Premises, etc., in London, and  at the Branches ~   THE FORBIDDEN GUEST.  2 309 769   9   6  493 796   1   7  4 801 000   8   0  120 140   7 10  7 724 706   6 11  Note,���The latest monthly returns received from Dawson City and Atlin,  are those ofthe 30th November,1901, and the figures of those returns are introduced into this account. The balance of the transactions for December with  those branches has been carried to a suspense account, pending the receipt of  ���the December accounts.  We have examined the above Balance Sheet with the Books in London, and  the Certified Returns from the Branches, and find it to present a true statement of the Bank's affairs.  ���*.-.������.-'���- EDWIN WATERHOUSE,  GEORGE SNEATH,  Auditors,  Of the Firm of Price, Waterhouse & Co.  London, 20th February, 1902. Chartered Accountants.  The V. V. & E. people are certainly  having a hard time. They have only  made one mistake. They should  have asked for a few million dollars  and a few million acres of land and  then they would have got all they  asked for. They were too modest and  asked for nothing and the result is  they get nothing. They will know  better next time. To ask the mere  privilege of spending a few millions in  order to facilitate the building up of  the country marks them as arrant  fools or precious frauds ' apparently  and so they can't even get the permission to spend the money. Imbeciles  they are considered and the government appoints itself their guardians.  We always thought, J. J. Hill would  come to this. Why the man's a fool.  You can't make these people believe in  spending millions to build a railway  and get nothing but legitimate business in return. No he's a cultus fellow and needs government restraint,  and he gets it'.  Down in the United States they let  him build roads. Not so here, Down  in Washington where the country is  developing and the population increasing they let him build roads. Not so  here. Somebody might follow his  enterprise and come into the country  and buy something, or do something.  And so the country's guardians become Hill's guardians and won't let  him fool away his money. That the  people would like���to see the railway  dosn't count. That they have been  waiting for it patiently for many  months has nothing to do with the  case.  The old boast���millions for defence  but nothing for tribute is thus paraphrased in our day at Victoria. "Millions for the fellow that asks for  millions and nothing for-the fellow  who asks tor nothing."  <><><H>CK_KH*><'>OO-0<H>O��^  ���*'>0<K"*<'K>0-O0--->0<"----^  I  Estolllshed 1836.     Incorporated by Royal Charter.  CAPITAL,   ^;i,000,0OO-$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fund,^:365fOOO--$i,776,333.33  HEAD OFFICE ���-  London England.     H. STIKEMAN. General Manager. Montreal,  J. ELJV1SLV, Inspector.Montreal. .~:  Branches and-agents in ali the principal cities of Canada and the United States,  and correspondents in all parts of tlie world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.        ,  ���O*0-*>0<><>0*0*0*<>00-0-<><>0-0^  p<><yO<><}<><><><>0<><><>0<>i><><><><>0-0<>^ i <KXK><>0<KX>-00<>;Ck>0<XKK><>000000'  CANADIAN  PACIFIC  RAILWAY  EASTER  HOLIDAYS  RETURN  RATES  FARE AND ONE THIRD  .._ QwQALE   MARCH 27. 2B, 29TH.  GOOD TO RETURN TILL  APRIL 2ND.  For rates and full information apply  to local agent  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood. B. C.  ��#-��#<ii��*#**��!t*����*-��#*)!H!t��*��H!��*#*****  ��'*   ' *   *  ��� -      -         %  a*  * **   .     ��    _ ^  ���a*  ft  ��       ��� ���  "    5  �� jjy *  I    ONE OF MUNROE'S    I  ft r., ���,,,-.,, ��  I'M YOU  !SMOKE ? ?  CIGARS.  ��  ��  * *   - :���  ���ft ���   ft  * THE BEST LINES iN  ft  ft  a  a  a  a  ��  ��  ft  a  a  a  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  a  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES  Newspapers,  Stationery  Periodicals  A Full Line Choice Candy  H. B. MUNROE  ��  Copper Street. Greenwood.   *$  ftft��ft*ftft#��ftj��ftft��ft***ftftftft��ft#ft  DIFFERENT  STYLES.  oitnges*  and:  3H=  C.m. 0ti!ly$��o.  ���-^^-v: THE :*$&&*���  Copper Street.  d��  ��?>  | OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. |  MEALS AT. AI.I. HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS  FOX LADIES.  TRY OUR CQ-PKEB  *  Charles R. Pittock,     :    drop's.  W-  I 111 111.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America Assur-  Co. of London. England. ance Co., of Toronto.  CEO. B. NADEN,   -   ���   Manager.  The"Western Assurance Co., .The-Canadian-Birkbeck  In-  of Toronto. vestment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  i^^P^lP^^^l^ll^M^^^^^'^^^P^  TO  -.%  %-\  -\%  *.%  ���*��������'  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  The Russ  Caulfield Co., Ltd.  xn^*-  &  Mr  Vr  Wr  Ws  Wft  w*  **���*  fcfe  Ws.  Have been too busy to tell yoo about   **���*  their New Stock.     TC       TC      TC   ��*  *&  They will next week.   Meantime call. %k  in and look the place over,    TC    TC   %,%  V.V.  Vir.  ^^jPsPifSf-tf'"'^^^^^^^^*?'^' K*>,1jS*��f*Sf*S?K**!?*-,'^i?��S,��S,��PsP*)���,*K'  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  UOTICE.  QUEEN, CALIFORNIA and ASTOR Mineral  claims, situated in the Kettle River Mining  Division-oi YaleDistrict.  Located about 3H miles sorth easterly from  Camp McKinney.  TAKE "NOTICE thit I. Theodore Lub1)c  .Free Miner's Certificate No. B60S65,  acting* as agent for tie Rock Creek Gold Mines,  _0td��� I,t��� Free Miners Certificate No, B60-M4,  intend siatty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, lor the pn��p��se of obtaining a  Cco-crn Grantof theatove claim.  And further take -notice taat action under  section 37. must be commenced before the issuance of snch Certificateof Impro-rements.  Dated thisSth day of Felrnarv*, A. ��., 1902.  THEODORE LUBBE, .  Agent ior the Rock Creek Gold Eines, Limit-  ed Liability.  S5.00 "buys the 50 eprfr Incubator at  the O. I. C. 2nd Hand Store.  Corporation ot the City of Greenwood.  NOTICE IS 1IEREBY GIVEN that a Court  of Revision for the City of Oreenwood, B. C,  on Monday the "th day of April, 1902, at the  hour of ten <j*clock in the forenoon, and foSloiv-  1 ng days if necessar3-, I'or the purpose ot bearing* complaints against the assessment as made  for the year 1902 by the Assessor, and for revising and correcting the assessment roll for  that year.  Complaints to be mads in writing to the  undersigned, at least ten days before the slttingr  of the court.  G. B. TAYIOR, C. M. C.  Green-wood. B.C. February 25th, 1902.  For sale No. 5 Hydraulic-Ram 6 to 10  gallons water per minute, 2 inch drivCi  1 inch discharge. See A. I/. White  2nd Hand Man.  We want 2nd hand goods. Ring- up  106 A. L. White 2nd. Hand company.  v;  t  ���i  1  m 1,  ���7'  T/HE   BOUNDARY   CREEK    TIMES.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  in the Mattel of the estate or Charles Wesley  Vedder, late of tlie City of Cteenweod In  the Province of Britlsli Columbia., Insurance  Agent, deceased.  KOTIC.E IS HEREBY GIVEN In purau-  ance of the Rulesof the B��*v3sed Statutes  of Britisli Columbia. 1897, Caii. 187, that all  creditors and other�� liavLiur olalnts against the  estate of the said Charles Wesley V-d-dder, wlto  died on the 27th day of Dftcentber, A. D.,M01,  are required on or before tlie l~tli day of April,  A. D.1902, tosend by post prepaid, ordeliverto  the tinderslg-ncd,solicitor*!-for Mrs, Cora May  Vr.'.der, Administratrix of the per-onal estate  au-^effects of the said deceased, their christian  nanies, surnames, addresses and ���descriptions,  with full particular of Uieir clainii.,a statement of their accounts and lie -nature cf the  securities (if anr) held by them, ��hi1y verified.  And further take notice that alter the said  17th day of April A. 1>��� 1*902, *Un> said administratrix will proceed to distribute tlie assets of  the deceased among the parties entitled tlieteto  havinpr regard ouly tothe<]aiinsof which she  shall then have had notice, and that the said  Administratrix will-not be liable ior the said  assets or any part thereof to aaiy person or  persons ot whose claims notice shall not hare  been received by her at the tljne of such distribution.  Dated at Greenwood, "&. C, this 17th dBy of  February, A. D.. 1803,  PR INGLE & WHITESIDE,  Solicitors-for Cora-May Vedder,  ' Administratrix,  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  la The Matter of tlie Estate of Luclan Tedro*w.  late of Anarchist Mountain, In the Province of British ColumMa, farmer deceased.  NOTICE IS -HEREBY CIVEX In -pursu  ��� anceof the Revised Statutes of British  Columbia, 1897, Cap. 187, that all creditor* and  others having claims aoraliist the estate of the  said Lucian Tedrow who dies on the 22nd day  of November, A. D., Wol, are re-quired on or bo-  fore the 17th day of April, A. IK..L9C2, to sead  by post, prepaid, or del l-ver to the nndersifcned,  solicitors for William Ifi-wlcsa, Administrator  of the personal estate and effects of the said  deceased, their Christian names, surnames,  addresses and descriptions with full particulars  of their claims, a statement oi their .accounts  and the nature of the securities, [If any] held by  them, duly verified,  Aud further take notice that aftsr the said  17th day of April, A. P. W02. the said * Administrator will proceed .to distribute: Hie assets of  the deceased among the parties entitled thereto,  having regard only to tlte claims of wh ich he  shall then have liad notice, and that the said  Administrator will not be liable for the said  assets, or*-any part thereof, to* anyperson-or  persons, of whose claims notice slialL not have  been "received by hlin at the time of such distribution..   .   ' >  -Dated at'GreenWood,'B.C., this 17th day of  February, A. D.190-!.  PRINGtE'-fe ���WBITESIDE,  Solicitors for "William lawless,  1 Administrator.  EDITORIAL CHAT.  A half million, of the very poor of  X.o��<loa are to eat a royal dinner as a  contribution, to  the corona.tion in June  next. \  Canada -will expend afoout 350,000 in  sending a contingent -of S00 men to  participate in the coronation display  of their g*ood King Edward.  A royal commission has, issued to  Judge Walketn for triaL of the charges  ag-ainst Premier Dunstnuir and his  cabinet preferred by Smith Curtis.  The "Hot Air" line is to have its  formal opening on April 12th. Visitors  have been invited frovn Spokane and  the coast and a big- time is expected,  The Times has not ydt received an. invitation to send1 a representative to  swell the crowd.  The third roum'l in the local wood  fight between the .government and the  Chinese appears to have terminated  unfavorably ior the yellow boys.  Their horses ire now being boarded  at government e xpense,  Winnipeg has received an order from  the British go vernment for 35,000  barrels of flour, for shipment to South  Africa. What with horses and food  supplies for th e army Canada is making some pretty heavy demands on the  British exchequer.  Certificate of the Registration of u  Extra-PrpyUicia] Company.  'COmPAMES ACT, 1897'''  - T HEREBY CERTIFY that "Tlie Waterloo  'X' Consolidated Mining and Mlllldp Company" has this day been reglsiered asauErtra-  Provinclal Company, under the "CorapauL��s*  Act, 1897" to carry out ot elfect alS or any of the  otijects-oji, the Company to w"h*kh" the legislative authority "of. the J.ej-islatme o�� British  Columbia extends.  The bead office of the Company is situate in  the City of Spokane, State of Washington, U.  S.A..  The amount of the capital <ri tne ���Company is  $125,000, .divided into 1,250,009 shares of 10 cents  e&'cb.  The head office of the Company Is this Province is situate,at Cami>McKitinuy, and Patrick H. Graham, miner, whose add rass is Camp  McKinney aforesaid, is the attorney ior the  Company. ,  The time of the existence of the Company Is  fifty years.  Given under my hand and seal of oJfiee at  Victoria, Province of British Colombia, this  10th day of February, one thousand nine hond-  and two.  [i..s_] S, Y. *WOOTTON.   Registrar of Joint -Stock Companies.  The following are the objects for which the  Company has been established :  1. To do, transact, carry <in, ar d engage in  tbe business or undertakings hereinafter ean.m  erated and specified, within the United States  of America, in the Pro-viace of British^Columbia, and throughout the whole  "Dominion . of  *.*   Canada :'  2. To locate, buy, parchase, acquires, hold,  own, maintain, equip, work, deVelop, improve,  operate, sell, let, demise, exchange and . mort  gage mineral claims, diggings., mines, and  mineral rig-hts of any and every Iclnd, nature or  description whatsoever :  3. To buy, purchase, hold, ova, deal In, sell,  exchange and hypothecate metals, ores, aniiefer-  als, concentrates and bullion of every kind,  nature and description :  4. To treat, smelt, mat, mill, stamp and reduce ores, minerals, metals, bullion and concentrates of every kind, character and description :  ,  5. To erect, construct, mal iita��*J.,opcTatell>u*v.  purchase, acquire, sell, dispose ��f. lease, let,  exchange and mon-jaRe mills, smelters, concentrators, and any and all kinds of machinery  . and appliances for the purpose of smelting  matting, concentrating, working, rediicln-jr  crashing*, refining and liaJidliii***. ores,minerals  metals and bullion of all kinds :  6. To acquire, locate, "buy, bold, own, set  let, lease, demise, maintain, develop, operate,  distribute, transmit and furnish water, water  rights, water power, electric lights, electnc  light plants, electric power, steam power, and  any and all kinds of power and. power olants  for mln"ng and milling purppses :  7. To purchase, acquire, construct, build,  own, hold, operate, maintain, equip, sell, lease,  dispose of, mortgage, and deal in and. with  ditches, flumes, railways, aud tramways, toth  surface and aerial, for mining and milling  purposes, and for transmitting and transporting supplies to, and tlie products of, mines,  mills, smelters, and conceatrators: and Snail}-,  to do any and every thing necessary, proper or  convenient In order to have, possess, and enjoy  all and every of the poWers, rig-Ma, and privileges herein set forth, and to fully an<l conplet-  ely carry out thesaid purposes and objects  above specified, in their fullest aud broadest  sense and meaning.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  WHITE HORSE mineral claim U the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale.  Where situate:   In Copper Camp.  j   --r\AKE NOTICE that Z, B. ___,. *Wood, Tree  '     1     Miner's Certificate No.; B.+150.;, on behalf  ol myself and as agent for James Graham, Free  Miner's Certificate _5To. 3 *40W)9a*nd   Annie Itnd-  ___, Free Miner's Certi_.ica.te Ko. B42&34 and  Margaret  E. Mercer,   Free Miner's Certificate  No. B55805, intend   sixty   davs from the   Site  hereof,  to  apply to the Mining   Recorder foi  a Certificate of Improvements   for the purpose  of obtaining a   Crown   Grant   of the a**oo*ve  claim.  -And further take notice that action, under  . i section 37,   must  be commenced   before   the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements-  Dated this 16th dar of December., WOO.  "First issue January Ifr. B. J*. WOOD.  Floods' have been working serious  havoc down in New oBrunswick and  Nova* Scotia. A* St. John, N. B., dispatch says it will cost the provincial  groverninentsio6,000.to repair damages  to bridges along the St- John river.  Irfyou are contemplating a trip to  Thunder ��� mountain or any part of  Central Idaho, you better have a talk  with Tom Walsh about it before you  definitely decide. He can be found at  the* Kootenay and can teJl you more'  about Idaho in five minutes than all  the boomers of Idaho.  These are hot, hot day* for the legislatures and. parliaments of earth. The  spirit of scrap is infectious and none  are immune. At Westminister, at  Washington, at Ottawa, at Victoria���  everywhere men appear to be losing  their self-respect and self-control and  developing into ring-side men.  The Canadian Pacific is reported as  making ready to remove its railway  depot from Columbia to Grand Forks.  The depot never was in the right place  anyway, but the causes for its present  removal can only be guessed at.  Newspaper men scent possible peace  in" South*" Africa "in the_recent" visit,"  under flag of truce, of the members of  the wandering Boer government, to  Pretoria to see Kitchener. May it so  prove is the prayer of those who weary  of war, '"'*:     .     '**  -A  EXAMINATION   FOR    ASSAYERS   FOR  LICENSE   TO PRACTISE IN BRITISH  COI/DMBlA. *  IN ACCORDANCE with section 13 of the  Bureau of Mines Act, examinations for efficiency In the practice of assaying -will be held at  "Selson, B. C , on 2ist April. 1902, ond on such  following days as will be found necessary,  Em-RANCE fOS EXAMIHATION.  Entrance for any examination 'must be made  In writing to the Secretary of the Board of  Examiners, at least ten davs before the date  set for beginning of examination, and must be  accompanied by the prescribed fee [$10.]  Certificate.  The examination will consist chiefly of the  practical assaying of samples, and while the  Department of Mines will provide all the apparatus and chemicals usually necessary, Tt  will not undertake to provide'any special or  unusual appliances or chemicals which might  be called for, and if a candidate should require  such he will have .to provide them at his own  expense.  Candidates must provide themselves with  such platinum ware and setB of weights as they  may require.  The Department of Mines will make no  charge for the use of chemicals or apparatus,  but a candidate will be charged for all breakages or unnecessary loss caused by him.  Any additional information desired may be  obtained from H. Carmichael. Secretary, Board  of Examiners, Victoria.  E. G. PRIOR,  i Minister of Mines.  Department of Mines,  Victoria, B. C , I8th March. 1902.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO  George D- Edwards, and to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his  interests in the "Uncle Sam" mineral claim  dnd "First Chance"  mineral  claim, both  situate In Skylark Camp in the Kettle River  Mining- Division of Yale District, British  Columbia  You are hereby notified that I have caused to  be expended -$205.00 to hold the said mineral  claims under the  Mineral Act, that the proportion yon should contribute for your undivided one-third interest in each of the above claims  is S*8.33, and if within ninety days from the first  publication of this notice yon fail or refuse to  contribute the said sum of $68,33, which is now  due, with all costs of advertising*, your interest  in each of the said mineral claims will become  the property of me, the  undersigned, one of  your co-owners, under section four of an Act  entitled the  "Mineral  Act Amendment Act.  1900." ,  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, the 25th day of  March, A. D., 1902.  EMANUEi_,E PASTRONE.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate ol Improvement.  NOTICE.  TIGER   Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining* Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In   Beaver   Camp,  West  Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE  NOTICE   that I, John  P. McLeod,  Free   Miner's    Certificate    No.     B40T-87,    as  agent   for; William   M.   Law,   Free   Miner's  Certificate      No.        "B4138*",      Intend       sixty  days from tlie  date  hereof to  apply to the  Mining Kecorder foi a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above clulm  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must  be commenced  beforo  the  issuance of such Certl" ������ate of Improvement.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D., 1902.  Mar. 27-May 27. J. P. McLEOD,  wmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmw  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF  IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  HOMESTAKE Mineral claim situated in the  Kettle   River   Mining*   Division    of    Yale  District.  Where located : In Dayton -camp, adjoining the War Eagle claim, I/. 1879.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's CertilicateNo. B8120, for self and  as agent for Ainsley vlegraw, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 153034*9 and S. G. Detchou  Free Miner's Certificate No. B37825, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  granl'of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March 1902.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located -.   In Dayton camp, adjoining the Homestake miueral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Svdnev M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 8120 for self and  as agent for Ainslev Megraw, Free  Miner's  Certificate No. B30349, and Hugh MegrawFree  Miner's Certificate No B30341, intend sixty days  fromjtheldate hereof,   to apply to the Miuing  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtainim? a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March, 1502.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DON'T KNOW Mineral Claim, situated In the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where Located :      Smith's    camp,    near  Boundary Falls.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Geo. R. N2den,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 4165SB, and  Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certificate No. 8U0B intend sixty  days from the date hereof to appty to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose" of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim, -  And further take notice that action   under  cectlon 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements-  Dated this 15th day of February, A. D., 1902.  ���%fr iP* %5�� tpW *^**0** <�����** (5* l3* W* �������*���*��� 47*** (.5* ��_$���* ��5* *_?* ���*���?���  % " e,  jr. jp sf i? i? *���? i? af tf j? jf jf j? j? jf -j? jp  Clarendon  *%  *%  Hotel ���  -ft  Corner Copper   and Greenwood  1 fc  Streets.'  *��  .  -*  k_ii_<@cH__l  ixSclXSvi   Throughout.  -ft  -ft  Rooms 50 Cents  -ft  %  and (up.  -ft  ft  Fine Assortment  * %  Liquors and Cigars,  ���ft  .  ���ft  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  e**  Cr*****  0=^  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  5=*  CP*  CP*  09  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000,  $7,080,000.  President.   Lord Stfatiicona msd Mount Royai.,  "Vice-President:   Hon. GEOKGy. A, Drummond.  General Manager:   E. S  Cloitstok.  Branches in London, Eng.  J  All l-he Principal   I  I Cities    in    Canada, f  New YorK, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an  Buy and seLl Sterling Exchange and CaWe Transfers :  Travellers' Credits, available in any part of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. h FINUCANE, Manager.  HI  ���KrP  WMmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmM  ��  THE fANATO RANK OF f OMMERCE  With Wliicli is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital $8,000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO.A, COX.President.   B, E.-WALKER.General WLanawr  HENRY F. MYTT0N  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCK.  **#��##*a#*o#o-����*fr��#������****��*#e����-#������^  ! P. BURNS & CO.  |    ** !  * Wholesale and Retail Meat |  | , Merchants. ��  I ��� Markets at:   Gicemvood, GrawL Forte, Midway, anA-Pboeiix. ' S  * > ���  �� . *  *      _.__ _.._ _.^.__._ _ __..._.                      .- ��  *��#e-**��)!*#*6*o-3t6e#��#e��**��******��-#^  Engineers anil Mine  Superintendents- -will find  it to their Interest to re>_  fertous-wlien' Itrneelof  anything la the Pump  lice. We make J*wnrs of  every descrlmlon -for all  services.  . Pump Catalogues and  (Specifications sent upon  I request. We mannr-ict-  j ure also Northey* Cas and  I Gasoline Engine���cheap���  [handy���safe. Send tor  1 Booklet.  '   Cunltffe& McMillan,  Agents at Rossland B.C.  Vancouver Engineering  [Works, agents at Van-  Icouver, B. C  KlDB  51.   S<Ww  I    The James Cooper Mfg, Co.,    I  *0-  -MONTREAL, QUEBBC-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -**  1 Tnggrsoll-Sergeatit rock drills, straight line 3  I    .���machinery,      S��5TC0RUSS A1R C0M- m  ��      ��       ���      A  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. C0MrhE%$MW�����ENTS  gr    Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.  STOCK CAKRIED IN ROSSI,ASTD. -, '^��  ^ K. H. e. ntenally, Rossland, B. C ^  ill lllr* cm.  Greenwood is ihe financial and commercial centre ol the  Boundary Creek District. It is- the supply point for the  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long- Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camp*.  21    information address ..?1..?!       Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood*    g THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  SMELTER AND STOPE,  They are shipping* some high-toned  ore  from   the Providence   cliuin  just  north of the Citv H111H3-  The second furnace in the Greenwood  smelter will he ready for thi* fires iu*a  few tla.Ys.  The Sunset people li is. ve been rustling*  thiug-s down at the Falls Jiud ;u*e almost  ready to blow in. Tliey- lislvcs already  began shipping ore.  The - "Rambler," properly of the  Spokane and Everett Mining: Coit.-pa.ny  is looking- well. The entire property is  now being surveyed by MrC.A. �����.  Shaw.  The output of the Mother E.o<le is -increasing, the Smelter (Ieni.anci Syi.ll be  doubled in a few days ;incl then /levels  and glory-hole will be levied upon -for  larger contributions.  Robert ���'Wood, President of tte "Vancouver and Boundary Creek .Development Company, announces ia'.-ftie.B.'C.  Gazette and the.Midway Adva.iice, his  intention of .removing the oflice of the  Company from Penticton' to Greenwood.  John Johns who is in alia'rge at the  Riverside, not Harry Johns as .vre staled last week, reports'th it lie will have  1000 tons of fine ore from the Riverside  ready for shipment the moment the  : wagon roads are ready for rrarelJ  [Injunction Susuinet.  ,* *..'.* A* telegram * from VictOTaa bears the  disagreeable tidings that the injunction ajjainst the V. V. ._& B, .tailvyiu-y-'  company,restraining thent front building across certain lands iipiriGraiifl  Forks, had' been sustained, Justices  "VValkem .and Martin, ���with Justice  Irvine dissenting, ruling tliiLt the  status stioutd not be dislurhed tin-til  trial of the cause in June next.  Man���Ladder���Horse.  The young man who climbed the*  ladder after tieing his horse to i.t.to put  in a telephone wire over a. window,'got  a severe fall down at Boundary l?alls  the other day. He is trying 1a work  but whether the mistake "was in tieiiig*  the "horse to^the ladder, ���'���or dropping  the hammer on the horse's ,liea.<i He  knows why  people smile as tliey pass  ���;by,,*    .    *      *   -*     '*.    *'     ���   '*���     ".     *   - ;   ;*'.  Have a change. Give the house helpers  a rest. Come and have a first class  New Fngland supper at the Clarendon.  It is under the auspices of the Preshy-  terian Woman's Association. It as tomorrow (Saturday) Bvenitig.\  FOR SALE.  20 fresh milk cows with caLves. Particulars under "13" this oflice.  A report has reached Green-wood  through a presumably reliable clia.nnel  that Peter Lover an old resident of  Greenwood died recently hi. Kansas.  Mr. Lover had several mining .interests up the West Fork. He was a  splendid type of man physically and  held in high esteem by those who  kn��w his sterling qualities.  The Rambler Tennis club is. working  hard these days to get its court Into  lirst-class shape for the seasons campaign.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT eS SHAW.  BARinSTRKS,   SOLICITORS,  NoTAltlBS PUBLIC.  Cabip Address:   "H/U.i.v.tt."  p.,,,.,.   I Bedford M'Ncill's   Greenwood,  ( r-.eil)cr"K.  I.'H.   IUI.I.KTT.  G. C.  H. C. SHAW.  MACLEOD & BROWN  Bakris-ters and Sor.icrToss,  .". Notaries PuBiac, Etc.  Offices: Naden-Flood block. Copper street, .  Greenwood, B.C. .'���������'���  J.R.Bkown.    ' J. p. McIyEOD,  The British Columbia Gazette contains notice of the Incorporation of the  Rock Creek Placer Company (Limited).  The Caeital will be divided into 1000  shares of S30.00 each, and shares of the  former Company accepted injexchange,  paid up to the extent os $25.00 or their  full valim: An old share of Twenty  Five dollars and Five dollars in. cash  will get a new Thirty dollar certificate.  An assessment of S2.50 per share will  be called at once, on these old shares.  50 .00 in cash will buy a seven drawer  new Singer sewing machine.. At A. L.  White's 2nd Hand Store.  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Cl^li,*'E.NGTOT5EK,*  Dominion    akd.3  PuovrNCiAi. I  Land'Surveyor.  '.;'���':'    .     I  SREENYJOOD.  B.   C.  A, E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.     ������'"'���.-:!  Uiidcrgroiiiid V/orlt a Specialty.  Wood .Block* (next Customs office.)  ' '... GEEENVVOOD. R.:C  m, % c,  j|:C; DOUGLAS,   Prop.   y  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  THE   BEST   OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  y'AND   CIGARS.  SOCIETIES.  ���g&iy&h.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR ^TRAVELLING   MEN.    ���  #&S&#S   BOUNDARY VALLEY  LODGE  ^Sf^ .  No. 38.1.0. 0. F. . /  Meets every Tuesd-u- Evening at 8.00 in their  lod<re room at Masonic Hall.    A- cordial invitation is extended to all sojouriiinfr brelliern.  Fked B. Holmes, N.G.   W. B. "Frith:, Reb.Scc  ACCOMMODATIPNFOR7S GUESTS  Near the  oriier of Government and Greenwood  :yy'Streets.-,;;*.  THE BEST. BEER: IN TOWN IS .MADE BY  ���*���_______:  ring ai  r $hwt  $and  ?ORTMAN   & PORTMAN  "y*'.;:"r ���*"..'; Proprietors  The ElMiorn Lager Beer Cbntaias only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught pt in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Is what they all say about  '4*  Impossible   to  cut the   faces', shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.      Mail Orders promptly filled.  �� McLennan,   McFeely ;&   Company ;t  4�� '  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street,  !* "-#* ���$ "I* -*$�� ��� ^.'f8 -^ *t*  VANCOUVER. B. C. '"4��  -A       -ea   ��� **.       ���*>       rfh       a      ���*!���_.-  ���f*  ���*$*.������'  *K*T  TiT *;  TVT ���'  TtH':  ���Ht.v  Tt*r::  ������Ht**  ���VT?*  t-H-;  yvv- ��� ���  <�����;..>  ���JmIoV**"  SMMflHarl^are  '���VV:--:-  ons  ttftt*  '..''������*.  Tt"X  _H*v  <{��><���  '�����K  m  :-r-A*T; THE*^-1' :;  *Hx  tvX *  *T<**����__m5  COMPAITY, LIMITED.  **I**W'wJ*M��*w'I*^t*K'���J*Mt-K*,'2wW**J'^^^  &*JMI4*5M��*0*J'MI'**^��-*JMW'BJ*��^  ���>���>���:-  r'H'  VVY  'fTi  VYt  VYY*  YVt  VYY  YYY  YYY  YYY  YYY  YYY  YYY  YYY  Y-YY  ������__>���_>  ^gggg^^^��5O5O^0-C>CHXXKM>a*<><*^  vwwvij^Mj-a<>00<KKK-KH*>Oi>0*00<>0^ ��-<>CK>CKK)-CM>0-O<)<><>C>CK><HX_H>O^>O<>OO-  o5 -���*.���*. QQ  Presctsf a Riab glass Perf^irmanc-t   Or tbc Benefit of the  Pb��cs��i8 @eneral Biospilal.  The Entcitaiiiuicnt will  Consist  of  a   M'inatrel First  Pn,r1 cf Good   Choruses,  Solos  ,. ��� and Comic Songs.  *Cbc Oldest and most "Ciwia Uiovn aclce* Obtainable.  PhoetiiK miners' UnidM Ran, tnat*cl> 31 ami J1t>ril l.  Greenwood, JIuditoriiem, Hpril 2*.  Grand fovUs. Si den's Opera House, April 3 and 4.  �����������  �� ����������* ��*������  People*  ���>4��4 ��*������������  &$*++  Can sell you a ~\ot for a home in any part of town.  Can lend you money to build a home on easy terms.  Can insure your home in any ofthe following first-class Companies :  ATLASr GUARDIAN,  THEY ALSO DO A BIT  OF  LIFE.  F1DIL1TY,  ACCIDENTr  PLATE GLASS AMD  STEAM BOILER  INSURANCE.  ROYAL,  UNION,  NORTHERN,  CANADIAN.  CONNECTICUTr  LONDON AND  LANCASHIRE,  PHENIX OF  BROOKLYN,  PHOENIX OF  HARTFORD,  NATIONAL OF  IRELAND.  -<XH><M>0<><>0*0<>0<HXM}<K>��-C^^  -0000<>0<K><>000<K><M>0<XH>.*>0^^ OCKK>CKKK>0<>0<><>0<*H>0<KK>0<^0000-  Ofcljestra of Tiwe Pieces.  Judge W. R. Williams,'   .  C. H. 1*loot!,      O. U. Ta-tro,      O, B. Tumer,      R. Horrell,  S. Soiuerville,        W. H. Cole,        J, C. Stntz,        V. Molraes,        A. G, Simpson,  W. H. Rothrock,      G. S. McKtuzlc,      IV. J. Pteice,      J��. J. Cook,      A. P. McKearie,  J. H. Wliheslde.   *     Little Glads Harvej-.  Voliiiiteer Orcbesor���Mrs. AVilliaio PrcssUv. Albert Biitet, A, Almstrom, Dan Biner.  Oiider Cbc lttanas^ment oi Itlr. 3��ha V. Hcmenway.  Musical Director     .. .Prof. Paul EautTmaiii*:.   Staire Manager..  Business Manager W. II. tVillcos.   Trea.surer    Geo. R.  Mead.  -Dr G. S. Gordon.  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets . . $304,568,063.49        Surplu? .' . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG. Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building, -- Spokane, Wash.  HfAfcLES-T. K1PP, Cashier-  Office Tel. r.rov.-.-i. ill. Residence Tel. South, 801.


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