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 if  \u  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER jl  190c  No. 11  -COMPANY, LTD.  LARGE PROFITS  And NEVER returns  Too    many  B.   C.  stores have   experienced   this.   To compete with  Eastern Department Stores wc are making* prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes,  etc., to correspond, plus froi-j-ht.   Quality and price being eaual you will  surely give your home stores the preference.  Two " Clock'Stoppers " in Shoes  Bell's No. 326���Ladies' Dongola Walking* .Shoe, slightly extended  sole, Goodyear welt, J-f Cuban heel, enameled tip, regular$5....$4.*6b  Bell's No. 894--Ladies' Dongola Walking* Shoe, extension sole, %  Cuban heel, Goodyear welt,  regular $4.50... $4.00  The above are this season's styles  Head Shawls  Ask to ree the popular Umbrella  Shawl. Also Shetland Floss lor  making shawls and iascinators. We  are offering this per box of sixteen  skeins  for............ $1  Combs and Hair Pins  A largely assorted stock of Side,  Back and Circular Combs, Hair  Pins, English Steel Pins and numerous other articles in the notion  department just opened up. ���;  A FEW SILK SKIRTS LEFT  The prices on these are right.   The designs  are  the  prettiest and  latest  out.    Material first class.  HARDWARE  Sleighs and Cutters  DEPARTMENT  We are offering   our  entire stock  of Studebaker   Sensible  Bobsleighs (sizes 2 to 5)  and  Portland  Body  Cutters' at cost. ��� IThis.  includes three kinds of Cutters,  if desiring anything in this line  we make it to your interest to place the order with us.  :;:;. THE    BIG   STORE , ^  THE RICH  PROVIDENCE  GROWING TIME  Twenty  Tons  of Ore Net  $4,400  Splendid  Showing | Made ���*?��� bysj This  Wonderful Mine  Tlie repetition of even good news  may become tiresome. The wonderful  results.from .the Providence mine*, is  becoming an old story to the Boundary  Creek Times-readers. But the Provir  deuce mine persists in furnishing no  other kinds of news and the shareholders in the Company accept their  dividends and are glad that the story  does not vary. The ore.: '.bodies are  stronger, the values better and the  general outlook for this wonderful  property becomes, more and more encouraging. 'This week returns were  received from 'the Trail smelter for a  carload of 20 tons recently sent there  To' be more accurate.the cai; 'contained  40,104 pounds of ore and. the net proceeds were S4403.89 or over $220' to the  ton. The assay shows the* following  values, gold 2.44 ounces, silver 327.8.0  ounces aiid lead 7.60 per cent. .This  was one of the best cars sent from th'e  mine and more equally good will follow. This week 55 tons of second class  ore'was sent from the Providence to  the'B. C. Copper company's smelter.  -Law-  COMPANY,  LIMITED  SAVE 30 TO 50 PER CENT  You can save from Thirty to.Kilty, per cent on MEN'S  CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS', SHOE3 AND FURNISHINGS, at our SPECIAL BARGAIN, SALE.. y  Extra Values in Men's Underwear  "' "We also have a full line of LADIES' OVERSHOES  AND RUBBERS, which we will sacrifice as we do not intend  carrying* these lines.  Goods must be sold to make roum for hew arrivals.  f MONEY    SAVED    IS    EASY    MONEY    MADE  ���  ���f  v  *?  y  y  ���*v  ?f  ���y  y  y  y  y  y  I  I  y  :       Superannuated^ ..,*,,,  ":'"~M.r:\tiistice^VViilkeni' h'ais retired' froth  the supreme court bench. Under the  new act .supreme .* court' judges who  have served the. ti.uie li,mit or who li.a_.ye  become-incapacitated'.may' retire ou  full pay. It is stated t'liat.Mr. Justice  Drake whose health has been poor -for  some time will also retire.  r  x  y  y  v  v  y  y  ?  ���  t  y  y  y  x  ?  I  $  ,..; Socialist Labor Party  C. A*:, iWeitzel^ysecreiarj-U ;of; the  Socialist'Labor partly pf Canada, writes  to the VaucouverIndependent that the  candidates of the so-calje.d Socialist  party of British; | Columbia'' in; the  recent elections are' not'-in'any way*  identified with the .Socialist ������ Labor  party of Cauada; that'lhey are . would-  be imitators of the Socialist Labor  partyi--ancLI_simpLy-*-_take_ithe,.name-ot  Socialists to confuse and mislead the  working class. By assuming the  name Socialist party of British Columbia they, prove themselves to be the  outcome of purely local conditions, and  consequently must . have purely local  aiiiis.^wHile.the'Socialist'^  is the ''sole international./, political;  organization that. intrepidly*. ahd'.fiuiiV)  comproinisingly faces the foe of the  working class, and work's solely iu the  interests of that class.  Canada Under  Liberal   Rule   Rapidly  Forged Ahead  Hun. W. S. Kidding, minister of  ti mi IMS.-, iu ilu: house of common:, on  Oclol.iei 22 spoke on the growing lime  of Canada under Liberal rule. Following is an extract from his speech:  'J hi- Canada of 18% was vastly different from the Canada of today. The  population of the Can.idi of that day  was*5,086,001*,. We have not the exact  population of today,, we have lo take  it approximately, but a proper approximate .statement is 5,528,847 The in-  crciise in population is not so great as  We would like, but iii that respect we  are making up for lost time, and the  population is likely to increase much  more rapidly titan formerly.  .In'18%  we   received   16,833   immigrants;' In 1903 we received 128.36*4.  In 18% wc bad ' a- revenue on consolidated fund of $36,618,590. I"  1905 that revenue amounted to  $66,034,108.  In tin: year 1896, there were sales of  pub'lic lands in ��� Manitoba, the Northwest 'J-i.rritdries and British Columbia  to the "amount of $93,303. In 1903  the sale of these lands represented  $313,960..  The-liital imports in the year 1896  were $118,011,508. Iu 1903 under  the great progress and prosperity of  the country, at a time when our factories 'were busy and our people em-  ployed.as never before in the history  of the 'Dominion,, the purchasing power  of the people had so increased that they  consumed ail tiiese'things and increased  their'imports from $118,011,508 to  $241,214,961. ,  The'fatal exports in 1896 were $121,'-  013r.852,'and.in*1903 they amounted to  ' $ 2 2 5,840/7241 '.��� Pur exports.o f, home  testof -the.prosperity and- the-* activity  of our people*, amounted in ;1896 to  $109,915/337, and in 1903.' they' increasedto $'2.14,401,674- .'���*:''.. * ���  yGiir exports of products of the farm  and animals'and their.products in .1896  ���jamoui^Vett/to.. $55,-378,407,*- and -in  1903 they were $114,441,-863*.  ; They, take the articleof manufacture,  the yen* industry that hoii. gentlemen  opposite have.tried to make themselves  the ' special. patrons of, which tliey  plaim the particular credit of nursing,  and nourishing, in 1896. our exports of  manufactured products amounted to  $10,222,877, and last year they  amouuted to $20,624,967.  , The total trade of thiscountry, which  in 1896 '''was only $239;0��$j36Q,  increased last year to$467,064,685.  J. P. GRAVES TALKS  to  Granby   Mines    Now   Equipped  Handle 5000 Tons Daily.  Jay P. Graves, general manager of  the Granby Consolidated Mining &  Smelting company, after an inspection  of the smelter at Grand Forks and the  the mines at Phoenix, in an interview,  had this to say respecting the enlargement of the reduction plant:  "The directors have decided lo run  the smelter at least six months with its  present equipment of six furnaces in  order to demonstrate our ability to  successfully produce aud treat a tonnage of 2100 tons daily, and to secure  sufficient labor and coke as well as to  test the ability of *}hc railway to handle  the tonnage involved. If those conditions all work out in practice the question of making a further addition to  the smelter will be determined. Every  time we. have increased our tonnage  we have found that some of the factors  has been lacking and it has in each instance usually taken from three to six  months betote things run smoothly.  This time we will make a crucial test  before elaborating our plans for further  expansion of our operations.  "The ultimate aim,of the Granby i��  to treat all the tonnage our group of  mines can produce These mines are  now equipped to handle 5,000 * tons of  ore daily, and, of course, we expect to  treat that amount of tonnage at Grand  Forks some day, whether one year or  three years hence. The policy of the  board is to pay a portion of the earnings  in dividends instead of putting everything into equipment as has been done  in the past. This is whal we expect to  do soon, as the present plant of six  furnaces goes into operation and is in  smooth running order*  " The directors are also of opinion  they will pay a dividend of not * less  than 4. per cent per annum payable  quarterly, I mean a four per cent dividend oh shares of the par value of $10  each, or 10 per cent on the selling of  the Granby stock,*'which is at preseut  quoted.at $4-per share."  SECURED  EXTENSION  Owners of Defiance Giving  Mr. Fowler More Time  One of  the  High  Grade   Mines  Providence Camp  of  :  ���;���  -S-  i  Steward's  Maple   Walnut    Pudding  just received from Toronto at Munroe's.  MINING FLOAT  A Booze Monopoly  The owner*, of the Coleman townsite  according to report are endeavoring to  gV;aii*LL. A. JdjitUy^^ndiAnders^  Grand Forks a monopoly of the whisky  business in that new town. The Fernie  Free Press- is"; responsib'lle-' for* the  statement that Thomas Hardy, formerly of Greenwood and. Phoenix, recently purchased several lots in the  new townsite and paid good Canadian  ;Coii(, for the same. The. company  wishes him to accept a deed restricting  the sale ol liquor on the Siiid lots, but  Thomas Hardy is not in the habit of  accepting restrictions of any kind; so  he is going ahead with the erection of  a. large two-story..hotel and expects to  get a license. The result of the fight  will be watched with interest, as it is  rat her'extraordinary to grant exclusive  privileges tu the favored few at this  late date.  Board of Trade  At the meeting of the board of trade  held on Wednesday, President Ehrlich  presided. The committee appointed to  inquire into the feasibility of erecting  a combined curling and skating rink  reported that owing to the lateness of  the season the committee recommended  that no further action be taken. The  report wasadopted. .George K. Naden,  J. P. Myers-Gray and Duncan Ross  were appointed delegates to the Associated boards of trade whose annual  meeting is to be held in Rossland on  December 2. The board decided to  bring before the Associated boards a  resolution urging the appointment of a  resident supreme court judge, and  Messrs.---Whiteside���and^-Brotvn --were  appointed a committee to draft the  resolutiod.   ���  Geo. F. Steele of Palouse who with  Hal Cole of Spokane own the Defiance  mine in Providence camp was in the  city this week and arranged for an  extension of the lease and bond held  by Wm. Fowler. During the summer.  Mr. Fowler did considerable work on  the property with most enccuraging  results but wa.ter gave him considerable trouble. Before further work can  be satisfactorily carried on a pump  mustbe installed, hence the desirability  of extending the lease and bond. Mr.  Fowler is well satisfied with the rea  sonableness of the owners in granting  the extension. He leaves next week  for his old home iu Scotland, where he  will spend the Christmas holidays. He  intends returning early in the.New  Year when a plant will be installed at  the Defiance and work resumed. The  Defiance is one of the earliest location  in this high grade camp. Its ore contains reinarkabl}' high gold values and  the vein though narrow is well defined.  There is no more successful developer  of high grade properties in the country  than Mr. Fowler and with a claim of  such promise as the Defiance, it is reasonably certain that: he will add it to  the list of dividend payers.  Millionaires Coming  Harry Payne Whitney, the multimillionaire horse-racer, owner of the  fastest stables of running stock iu the  world, aud son-in-law of Cornelius  Vanderbilt, in company with Dan  Guggenheim, will shortly visit British  Columbia. Mr. Whitney has interests  in the Boundary and will visit  Greenwood.  That Desolate Waste  A geography that was published only  35 years ago included the following bit  of information   'jn^is^gcneralh-^ sup*^,���_,_,__  posed that the climate of the  Northwest Territories is so  severe  that  the  j country must forever remain a desolate  j waste."      Last    year    "this   desolate  | waste" produced 65,000,000  bushels  of  Harry Shallenberger  intends devel- j wheat, 157,000,000 bushels of  oats  and  oping the  Moreen  this   winter.    The i 35,000,000 bushels of barley,  taxing  to  To Work the Moreen  Isn't It A Nobby One  News of tlie Week in  the  Boundary  and Elsewhere  The Max lluwcr, .1 short distance east  by Anaconda, lia-i Ix-eu bonded.  Kossland Camp's loini.ige U1.1t week-  was 9,ti40, Bunndaiy's xva.-, 17,52.i.  The compressor at the Winnipeg,  mine will be in operation the early  part of tne week.  J. H. Tonkin has severed his connection ���with the. CrowJs Nesl Coal  company :is manager.  ���Both furnaces a; the. Boundary Falls  smelter are running full blast. The  third furnace will soon be in readiness  to be set up.  The owners of the Sally mine at  Beax-erdell have four men at work and  as soon as snow comes will rawhidsore  to the wagt.n road, and from there haui  on sleighs to the smelters.  C. A. Phillips has bonded the Helen  claim, adjoining town, and ;>ut men lo  work Wednesday. Six years ago high  grade ore was shipped from this property and considerable work has been  done since.    The Helen belongs to   the  French Fruit Pudding just   received  from Toronto at Munroe's.  Moreen is located in South Deadwood  camp and adjoins the Buckhorn on the  south.' It has the Buckhorn lead. The  ore contains good copper values, iu  fact the Buckhorn and adjoiningclaims  carry the highest copper values in  Deadwood camp. The ledge on the  Moreen is fully 60 feet wide. Mr,  Shallenberger recently built a wagon  road to the Moreen. He has hauled  300 feet of steel rails and an ore car  to the property and will put men to  work immediately.  their utmost the resources of the railways in moving the crop. What %x"ill  the next 35 years bring forth ?  Orders for cut  flowers of  all  kinds  received al Munroe's.  The Poor C. P. R.  The C. P. R. is laying oil' 5(100 men  on their Hues between the Pacific and  Atlantic slopes. This is not caused by  the recent expenditure of building a  roof over the platform al Boundary  Falls. Var Home says' : "It is tin-  policy of retrenchment as already  adopted by some of the American rail  roads. It is not due to any lack of  business."  V. - . . w.v.v.'-v.W.v.w��WAV..v.v.v.v.v.v��v.v.v.v��ww-A   ^      Goid -MininS" Company.  Boundary Ore Shipments* f  ���:���                                                                                         1900 1901 1902.         Week. 1903 %  ���? Granby  Mines ,                                   64 533                231862              310 601         9 095 313 860 *  ���?f Mother Lode           5 340                99 548                141326         3 810 112 964 X  <�� 13.  C.  Mine         19 444              47 517                14 727         19 365 -f.  *:; Snowshoe              297                   1731               20 800         2 010 68 346 'I'  A Sunset _                  800                 8 010             240 15 173 *J*  ���-,��������� Oro Denoro                                         825 10 816 ?  X Brooklyn               150         >;  ��*. Morrison                            ISO        3 339 ���*!���  * R.Bell       :          560        V  X limina...*            650                            7 900             792 17 396 X  * Winnipeg     ...                                                            I 1)76                    1040      785*           120 2 480 -}.  'j" -Golden   Crown                          Z 250                                    625         . "j*  X Athelstan aud Jack Pot              1200                          850                    210 3 390 X  .'. King Solomon    665  ��  i' No. 7     532            <'  X Citv of Paris           2 000                      325                                ...   . X  .;. Jewel.  160    . 890       2 175         .��.  *��� Klkhorn                    213 *->  X Providence           .*���                               172               55 910 X  .*. E. P. IJ. Mines                     107 ���?  ���J-* Miscellaneous              3 230                        54 <  X                             Total Tons         99 730 389 618 507 811       17 147 569 413 ';  * ���; THE   HOUNDAEl CRBEK   Time,!,,  IA New Meat ferkltl  1 The UNION MEAT CO. S  1 Head Offiee: GREENWOOD, B. C. 3  -y^. ���**���*��  1 DRESSED  MEATS,   FISH,   GAME |  | AND POULTRY. j  ^ Shops at McLeod, Alia., Greenwood, Phoenix "ZS  S=- ami   Grand  lAirlcs, IJ. C. 3  'Phone  No. 20.  The Union Meat Company |  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued Every f riday  I>u.vca.n  Nosh IManacimi;  ISijitiik  SUUSCKll'TIONS IN ADVANCE.  I'KK   VkaH ,  Six Months   To   KOKKION  COUNTKIKS .  .... 1 _"_:.  .    . 2 SO  FRIDAY, .NOVEi-.n_.__K   13  l')03  VANCOUVER'S DUTY  -The 03*cs of the province are on  Vancouver. That city now has  two of the most important offices  in the provincial cabinet. The  temptation to take a selfish view  o[ the situation and return Hon.  Charles Wilson is strong*, but  from every point of view Vancouver will ultimately lose by  pursuing* a selfish course.  In the past the electors of Vancouver have always opposed  governments that were not in the  interests of the province and the  return of Mr. Wilson now will  tend to convince the rest of the  province that the independent  electors of Vancouver have been  bribed by two cabinet positions.  This news will be strengthened  by the fact that the Province  newspaper, a purely corporation  sheet, while proclaiming* its  loyalty to tlie Liberal party,  urges the re-election of Mr,  Wilson. Those desirous of securing good government for British  Columbia should feel grateful  that the Province has decided to  support Mr. Wilson, because its  support should ensure defeat.  In supporting Mr. Wilson the  electors of Vancouver are assum-  ing-rcsponsib'ility-for- -the-acts -of  the McBride administration.  They are condoning the Fernie  ���mirage and Mr. McBride's cowardly conduct iu connection with  the Houstgn-incident. They are  endorsing* a government whose  attorney-general interferes in an  honest effort to redress a grievous  wrong to the electors of an important constituency and whose I  leader endeavors to shift responsibility on the venerable lieutenant governor because he himself had not the courage to play  the man. They are making an  effort to perpetuate a government  that docs not command respect at  home nor confidence abroad, and  is so lamentably weak that a  powerful financial institution like  the Canadian Bank of Commerce  refuses to give it credit notwithstanding the almost illimitable  natural assets of the province,  and they are prolonging the day  when the province can have  sound, sensible, progressive government under the able leadership  of J. A. Macdonald.  A-'aucotiver now has the oppor-  1 unity. The eyes oj the province  are upon  il.  large number of men. Men are  usually discharged because there  is no work for' them to do. But  this order was evidently the work  of some d}*speptic official in the  effete east who knows nothing of  the volume of business waiting  for the C. P. R. railwa}*. From  Manitoba, the Northwest, through  the Crow's Nest and the Boundary  there is a cry for more cars, more  men and more expedition in  handling freight. The coal  mines' bunkers are loaded up and  there is nowhere to keep coal and  coke because the C. P. K. is unable  or unwilling to take it away.  Mr. Graves is afraid to enlarge  the Granby smelter because there  is no assurance that the C. P. K.  can handle the additional ore from  the mines or additional fuel from  the coal mines.  What the C. P. JR. really needs  is more men, more engines, more  cars, more energ}*, and more consideration for those who by their  efforts are doing much' to develop  the natural resources of this  great country.  The Laurier government -will  have another big surplus, as the  revenue for the-first'four" months  of the financial year is $2,046,000  over same period of la&t year.  The growing time is still with us.  A bye-election takes place in  Vancouver next week. This  week the provincial mine in?  spector was instructed .to prosecute Dunsmuir for employing  Chinese in his mines.  000000<*K)0<K>00<_<)OOOOOCK>OOOd  6  0  A PIPE  CINCH  The last official act of Provincial Secretary Goodevc was to  turn down Kosslaiid's application  for school assistance. Goodevc  got even on Rossland for turning  him down.  Much time, money and worry  would be saved if the returning  officer in Vancouver would declare  Ch?rles Wilson elected without  waiting for election day.  The McBride government has  been eating' crow so long that the  supply is exhausted. A bonus  of five cents a head is now offered  for dead ones.  Nut a lead pipe ciuch; but we have _��  cinch on smokers' utensils jti Greenwood camp. We carry every kind, from  the high-priced Meerchanru to the low-  priced clay dab. Also the finest brands  of   Smoking*  and  Chewing   Tobaccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full line of the best Imported and  Domestic Clears, Try'em before they  Ro up In smoke. We do not carry  sniokclPSh ciRBr.s.    Drop  in  ami  sec us,  M.A.KING&C��  Smokers' Outfitters  Copi'Hr St.,    -    GREENWOOD  o��DOOOOOO<K)OOOOOOOOOOOOOOi>  |sfmmw??mmm.mmmm  ��r mti EMPIRE SERIES OF %  | Christmas   Cards* 1  We invite y-jur inspection of these, the very latest aud  neatest thing ever'produced in Christmas Cards. Your  name, best wishes, and Greenwood, British Columbia,  printed in script on each and every card. This is an  entirely new.line and sell at sight. A card all your own at  a very reasonable price.  E. W. BISHOP  | Smith & McRae's, |  ���~ Books. Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34. ~|  H   Copper Street, - OREliiNWOOD,  B. C.   3  Captain J. Duff Stuart is going  to take a shot at the Jim Crow  government. The Bisleyian will  probably earn the bounty.  Potatoes are 15 cents a pound  a Dawson. This is a hard blow  to the Irish.  Be a booster.    Anybody can be  a kicker���even a mule.  Speaking of Hon. Charles Wilson's re-election in Vancouver the  Rossland Miner (Conservative)  very truly remarks: "Mr. Wilson's defeat1 would immediately  necessitate another general  election, which is the ver}*- best  thiny that could happen, because  it is now a foregone conclusion  that Mr. Macdonald would carry  the country by a sweeping  majority and thereb}- give the  people the honest and stable  government which they so earnestly desire."  The Tories got busy last week  and filed three additional protests, including one against J. R.  Brown, M. P. P. The usual  charges arc made. The others  artagainst Dr . King, ,Cr an brook,  and H. S. Tanner, Saanich.  These make ten protests in all.  Three were filed by. the Liberals  and seven by Conservatives.  MOKE  MEN.  According to such a renowned  authority as Sir William Van  Home railway officials are prone  > indigestion and when so  ftlicted they do some very remarkable things. Recently an  rdcr was  issued discharging  a  Rev. J. R. Robertson will conduct morning and evening services  in Knox church next Sunday.  Subject for evening sermon: "Is  the young man safe ?"���Grand  Forks Sun. No, young man  McBride is not safe, not even  with the support of John Houston  and the two Socialist and labor  man.  Here is what the president  (John Houston) of the Provincial  Conservative association says of  British Columbia's handsome  premier: " I had discovered he  was not above deliberate lying,  and I don't believe the people of  British Columbia want a liar for  a premier."  Captain J, Duff Stuart has been  selected by the Liberals to oppose  Attorney-General Wilson in the  bye-election on November IS in  Vancouver. Captain Stuart was  a member of this year's Bisley  team, and is one of the most  popular men in Vancouver.  The wages of conductors on  the intercolonial railway have  been increased 50 cents a day, and  trainmen 4(1 cents. Notwithstanding the wage increase, the  general improvement of rolling  stock, etc., the Intercolonial is  now a good paying asset.  A Timely Suggestion.  {This is the season of the year when  the pruolent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamberlain's  Cough : Remedy. It is certain to be  needed before the winter is over, and  results are much more prbmpt.aiid satisfactory when it is kept*, at hand and  given as soon as the cold is contracted  and before it has become settled in the  system. In almost every, instance a  cold may be warded off by taking1 this  remedy freely aVsdoh:as:'the first indi-  cEtion of the cold appears... There is no  danger in giving it to children for it.  contains no harmful'substance. It is  pleasant to take���Both' "andults* and  children like it. Buy itand you will  get the best. It always - cures. For  sale by J, ly, White Greenwood and  A. P. Thomas Midway.  Tents, Guns and sporting- goods  for  ale or rent.   O. I. C. 2nd hand store.  *.,!*..  '��,'  ������  and  's  �����������  3ust  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  FK 8. munroe  eepper Street*  8^***Hg52K3i^^y��>r$^  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEAT ING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  X  HOT STUFF  This is no hot air talk;  but we can keep you hot  all winter if you buy one  of our new up-to-date  heaters. All makes, all  shapes, all sizes, and  all prices.  BED WARMERS  We carry Comforters,  Blankets, etc. Be warm  while you live, for you'll  be a long time cold.  A. L. WHITE & CO  f  r  Y  Y  Y  T  Y  t  Y  4  ?  Y T  *.���*���: *   * V*  ���>; ���  *K,^**,H<^,,H**Hl***,i,,>,r>W^  III III CO I  R. NADEN.  Manager.  REPRESENTING  The Phoenix Fire Assurance  Co. of London, England.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The British  America Assurance Co., of Toronto.  The  Canadian   liirkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  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'*:  When in Republic look for our sign  REPUBLIC  l-I'v-M^X***  Y  Y  Y  ��;���  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  I REPUBLIC BREWING COMPANY  'k~H*K~K-KK-^^^^  y $ v $ C��S ��*&'Si��iii'8'ii'ftO*i"ft <&&fr&&*<*frtt&&frW<~l*'l^ -  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co.  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  /Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & S. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Kossland Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S.  points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  Lkavk Akrivr  9:25 a. in. Spokane 5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. m. Rossland        5:10 p. ni.  7:00 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. ni.,  11:00 a. m.   (Millers, Grand    4:00 p. tn  Porks)  9.15 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General  Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash.  . ..RAILWAY...  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.        Lowest rates  East.  Winnipeg  Toronto.  Ottawa.  Montreal  New York.  West.  Vancouver  Victoria  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco.  via Soo Pacific Line.St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S. points.  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  to  ��� Alaska, Japan, China,  Hawai,  Australia.  Settlers' Rates Westbound, sold daily  til   ovembcr30  Through bookings   to  England  and  the Continent via all S. S. lines.  For complete information and further particulars  apply to local agents or  JB.K. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  K. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G I'.A., Vaucouvttr D.P.A. Nelson  The Leading Journal of  the Boundary District*  Published Every Friday*  ' Anything fronx a Visit"'  ing Card to Three Sheet  Posters in Colored Inks*  Telephone 29.   Greenwood, B. C.  Good Morning !   Are You a Subscriber ? Il  .1/  uiB   BOUNDAKY   CREEK.*TIMB!S  Business Directory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchant**.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS-  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Ass;iyer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specially.  Greenwood, B  C.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD   BARBER SHOP.  W. Fkmvi.Ky, Prop.  Baths 25c.  Finest Bath Tubs-hi city.  Razors Honed.  Copper Street..'     -     Greenwood  B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notariks Public.  Cable Address :       hai-mitt."  1 Bedford M'Neill's  Codes  Cciber's.  HALLKTT.  1 Muruiti>r �� Ne.il's  Gkbp-nwood,  B, C.  u. c. siiaw.  fflCLEOD & BROWN  *   Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R. Brown. ���>��� P. McLeob.  ARTHUR M.WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendeli:Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARL.ES AE. SHAW.  .Civil Engtnekk, .'���*  '.'.'���".' ": Dominion    and    Provincial  - ���'       Land Surveyor. *    *���  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  QREENWOOD,    :      :   ������:���������-���   S.   O.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor-  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  -._... GREENWOOD, B.C.  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  No. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Uveninu al SOO in* the  I. 0. O. F. Hall:    A cordial mvi talioti is ex  tended to all sojourning brctheru.  J. h. Whitb, PKKn B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-oec.  TDRINK  QUO VADIS  Talented  Canadian   Actor  and His Company  H fl LARGE AUDIENCE  Auditorium   Was   Packed   to   Hear  Strong Company in Strong Play  Wakeful Children.  For a long* time the two year child of  Mr. P. L. McPhersoti, 59 N. Tenth St.,  Hamburg, Pa,, would sleep but two or  three hours in the early part of the  night, which made it very hard for her  parents. Her mother concluded that  the child had stomach' trouble, and  gave her half of one of Chamberlain's  Stomach and Liver Tablets, which  quieted her stomach and she slept the  whole night through. Two boxes of  these tablets have effected a permanent  cure ana she is now well and strong.  For sale by J. L White and A*, F,  Thomas Midway.  WHEN IN NEi SON  STOl'  AT Till-:  A LIFE  ^RENEWER  On sale at all the hotel*.  BOTTLED  BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottler* of !'"!uc r.aifer Beer anil  Manufacturers of all kindK of  Carbonated l-Sr.vcrai_.c_S.  WLASSMRE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels  and  finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  Made in Canada. A talented Canadian supported bv talented '.'Canadians  has demonstrated that Canadians can  excel iu drama as well as in the more  material -pursuits of life. Canada  might well be proud of Harold 'Nelson  and Harold Nelson is doubtless proud  of the company supporting*bim. With  the broadmindedness of the true patriot  the star has chosen a play which gives  him no opportunity to show his own  superior talents at the expense of the  other members of his company. Quo  Vadis is not a one man play. It demands ti. full complement of strong  actors. From Marcus Viniciua to  Chilo, the drunken philosopher, the  Harold Nelson company meets every  demand. It is a .well balanced company, every member thereof. playing  his or her part.  Greenwood is not slow to appreciate  merit when the opportunity presents  itself The Auditorium was filled on  Monday night.' Harold Nelson won  his laurels last year so far* as Greenwood was concerned, and Monday  night's audience was a compliment to  the talented young Canadian. They  left the Auditorium strengthened in  their good opinion of Harold Nelson  and with warm spots in their hearts  for the other members of his* coin pany.  Sienkiewicz.'.s, splendid descriptive  tale of the early Christians suffers none  in the dramatization; Vinicius' graphic  description of the Roman cruelties,  Peter's thrilling -words to the* persecuted, the awful anguish of the  Mamertine prison, ��� and *.*��� Petronius'  suave yet scathing comments still  remain.  Harold Nelson has genius; He isa'  conscientious actor. He is good looking and has a good* figure. He has  also the impetuosity of youth. What  more could be desired in the protrayal  of Marcus Vinicius, the impetuous  Roman soldier, fired with love for the  beautiful Lygia? There was nothing  lacking, nothing to be desired in his  interpretation of -.the hero of Quo  Vadis, But in our opinion Marcus ie  not the strongest character in the play;  Petronious, that courtly, cynical man  of the world, yet withal a ''man with a  great big heart and true us steel to his  friends, compels adn'ii.tion and  respect. A selfish star, nnxiotis' for  nothing but his own popularity, would  not be ciHhtisia'-.tk about having  Clifford. Bruce in nis company, but the  couscientiousactor^desirous of-giving  a performance, perfect in all ils parts,  must find in him a never failing  strength.  Fred Kola nil play:, a vain, egotistical,  cruel Nero, who pleases Hit; audience,  affording a relief from the more solemn  parts of Hie play, but surely Nero is  not as bad as he is painted. His  ciuelty is not i[tlite so heinous as his  singing. For the sake of his courtiers  there should be sonic shadow of an excuse for their fulsome praise of his  musical talents. The Nero of the final  act, however, was capitally done.  Arthur Cyril, the commander of the  guards; "liryfce Desmond, the Greek  philosopher, and William Blake, the  muscular I Jrsus, arc all capable actors  Actors to some extent are born not  made. Miss Florence McLeay conies  from a noted theatrical family. Her  brother was oie of the few Canadians  who made a name on the stage If  Lygia of the story was as sweet and  winsome as she, Marcus could not be  blamed for falling in love with her.  Miss Kathryn Stuart was an equally  lovable Eunici , while Miss Edith Hart  as Pompouia l.iade her audience desire  more for her tn do.  Poppaea, wife of Nero, was a smon-  pure she-devil, and whether complimentary or not Miss Helene Scott  looked and played the part to perfection.  One wonders Low one possessing such  a glorious voice which was heard iu the  hymn of the Christians, could play so  well the cruel, crafty wife of Nero.  Harold Nelson is the oasis in the  desert of histrionic mediocrity which is  Greenwood's j.ortion on account of its  remoteness frc m the regular theatrical  route. It is unfortunate that arrangements were net made for a two night  engagement here, but it is hoped that  as he acquires more fame and incidentally filt.iy lucre, he will not forget  his enthusirst c patrons in the boundless Bound: ry.  The new inan;i"*e'r.B. Tomkins  MINERAL ACT-  Ce rtif icate of Improvements.  NOTICE. -  MAX IC Mineral Claim, situate in ihe Greenwood  Milling*: Uirisluu of Yule District.  \\nieru located:���On T.ost Horse Creek, Main  Keltic Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Rcillv, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. BCWSS. Oeoru'e M. Hen-  net, Free Miner's Certificate No. Ii 55471, A.  MeirrawFree Miner's Certiiicate No ll'S'iaWaud  Fleming* Robinson Free Miner's Certilicace No  B 71j*i5, intend, sixty flay-; I mm tlie dale hereof  lo apply* lo the Mining kecorder (ora Certili-  'cue of improvements, for the jim-puse of obtain in*; a Crown 1'iaut of the utiovei-laiin.  And fin ther take notice that suction .'7, must  lie commenced before Ihe issuance of such Cer-  tilicuteof luipiovcmcuts.  Haled lhis*uinlh dny of July. PUB, A. I".  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "I.oiiir I-"," "Kterlliiiflinni"' ami "Mairuolia"  mineral claim, situaie in ilu-. Kettle Kiver  iM iuiiiu* Divi.TH.li of Vale l)i.-lii.*l. Where  located:  lu Copper Creek Camp.  TA KK NOTICK thai I C. A. K. Sli.iw- a��-nl  for .1. 'I*. Kceiiey Free M iner's Cerlilii'ale No.  It.sril-4J. ami Win Karucy. Free Miller's Cerlili-  citie No. It;>5l7ii, intend, sixty days from Ihe. date  hereof, lo apply lo tile .Mining; Kecorder for a  certiiicate of Improvements, for tlie pnopose of  o'.ia.imn-r a crown oraut of Hie above claims,  And furl her take notice that action, under  sec/ion 37, must be commenced before the issu-  auceof such cert-lieatc of improvements.  Ilaiert this 17 (lay of June, A. I). l'llO.  has made it the  the Kootenays.  leading-  hotel of  Ekgle IJall.  Recently.: renovated   and    .,-  refurnished, ma.};..,be se- .  >;cured for balls-; concerts y  .. etc.,'* at reasbnable*rates y  "Apply, to..,.:',-.- :.- ���:  . *    : y  C/W-WlLSONy Secretary.  ���X-��.��X<'*M��X'<'**H��>,X,<"X"WriWY  .*.      --'������ "'������ ������"���-A  I  V  I  3f  t  I  f  y  BICYCjLE ANEI  MACHINE REPAIRS,  SKATEslsHARPENED.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  Copper St.    Greenwood.  ��:<���:-:��?���  ;��.j^>��>;��CKM><'��JMIM><��XK,,<^'J*'*C��iIt-;*>  ,TH.E.'NJE^,  Finest Rooms in City  HEATED   BY   STEAM  This house'is" run upon cosmopolitan  principles, and, the prospector with, his  pack is just as welcome as the millionaire with his roll. The bar is stocked  with the best the distilleries  produce.  Fred M. Munn,   Proprietor  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOIICK.  IjANCaSTUR     Fractional     Mineral    Claim,  otherwise l.uowu as the l.,aiicasu*r .Mineral  Claim, situate   in' the' Geeonwood  Mininir  Uivisic n of Yale District.   Wherulocaled: ���  I ii Deadwood Camp.  T,\KI0 XOT1CE that I.   Isaac U. Ha letl. as  Aj.-i-'ii fur (ieoi'tre A rtliiir Rendell, Free Miners'  Ceriilicate No. 11552 Hi, in lend, sixty  days   from  the date hereof..toapply li theMiIIiny* Kecorder  ford Ceriilicate of Improvements, for the  pur-  p >se of obtain'iii)!* a Crown Grant'ol   Hie above  claim.  A nil 'urther take   notice   thai   action, under  sec lion* 37, must be comineuced before   the issu-  atu-c of .such Certiiicate of Impiovements.  ')au*d tliis 23rd dav or September. A. D.. 1903.  I..II. HALLETT.  THE CANADIAN RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which Is Incorporated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.  Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO, A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  W. ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  00<>OCKKK>0O0<XXK"K>0<><><>W^  <-K><"K><>0<*K>0<>00<><KKK>00  '8:  9. O.  [JOX 2%  1MIONE no  NOTICE OF FORFEiTURE-  ')'(��� .1 ICKl'* IvliWI.S : Vou are hereby rei-nired  to take notice that* ,\ve, the undersigned, have  done and paid for Un-whole of tile assessment  work* for* the years l.ifli,. 1A02 and 1903, on the  "Daura H" Mineral claim,situaie near ihe. Cilv  of I'hoeni.x, J!.C, in the (ireeuwooil M uuifr  Division of Yale District, and you are 'hereby  required to contribute ���your proportion of such  assessment, namely, one quarter or $25 ou eaeli  claim for each year, .amounting loSiOO. which,  together with yoitr share of tlie costs of record-  injr, tlie costs"; of this advertiseinejii, inalcr. a  lolal sum of SS6.SI7.J*: which you have to pay.  Payment cin.be made to us personally or lo  our credit in tlie Hank of Montreal at Green  wood, I!. C. ; '���>'���*', -'.*''=���  : II *-_j on fail or refuse, lo contribute the last  mentioned sum of $S6.S7M'aR aforesaid your iu  terest in the said mineral claims shall, at the  expiration of--nmcly Hays, become vested in  your co-owners who have niade the required x  peudittire pro rata according to their former  interests.  Dated lliis 21st day of August, 1903.  ....    " Bruck Ckaodock  Lke Coomhs.  McMillan  :c  >o  so  >o  >o  >C  )C  >c  )t  )C  Hj  )(���  )(l  )(���  )A  >('���'  )(.*  )(  )0  )(..  )(  )<,*.  <KK> 0<>0<>(X>0 CKKXKKKXKKK> ���CX>CH>0 �� OOO^  <K*HDOO<>0<>0<>0<><>0<>0<>0<K>0<><><_><K>   <XHM>00<X><>0<>0000<KKK><K><)OOOC  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar'Go.,-Union Label Cigars  BRANDS : Monogram, Marguerlta, Boquet, Our Steclat, El Justiliu, El Condor,  Sarantizalos, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union Label Cigarettes. Karnack T. &  B. V. C.  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  ���CKXK>CK>0<KX_K_K><>CKK-H^^  -'.'.."������'' ��  he Jenehes Machine Co. y  LIMITED,  ...CANADIAN RAP DRILL COMPANY...;  . , MINER Al, ACT 1890. ..*.������  Certificate of Improvement.  .:,*.*��� * ���.:���.'-.-NOTICE. .*.*���;  " FI ACKl/A" mineral claim situate iu tlie.Green.  wood Miniu*_���* Division of Vale District.  Where located: on Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE- NOTICK that we, Albert Kdward  Ashcroft. free Miucr's Certificate No. li.  S5279, and*Nils E. P_eters'oii,l|*'rec Miner's Certiiicate Nti.B''41710, Intend, sixty, days from  the dale hereof, to apply to the.Miiiinir,Recorder for a Ceriilicate of Iniprovements, for tlie  purpose of obtaiuiiifr n Crown*Grant of the  above claim. .     .  And further take,,:notice that-action, under  section 37,' must be commenced before lite  issuance-o*f sucli.-Coi-tilicate.s of Improve'iuenls.  Dated.(.his*7th day of October A. !_)., 1!)03.  0- $. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK, AND  Delivered  o  Daily to  f the citv.  my part  TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE  Notice is hereby yiveu that at ihe first meet-  inir of the License Commissioners for the city  of Grecitwood, held after the expiration of  thirty days from the date hereof, I shall apply  for a"transfer to Cascadden ���& Donnelly, ol Uie  license now held" by mi lor Ihe "National  Hotel*' on lols 18 and I'l, l>locl>*7 (map il) iu Ihe  oily of fireciwood.  I,OU1S liOSSJ.IAKT.  C.reeuwooil, 1>. C, October 6, IW.1.  MINERAL  ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  K'OTICE.  '     :  "Snnuysiile" TMtneral ciaiiii, situaie in tlie  Greenwood Minion* Division of Tale District.  Where located:���-O it -Boundary Mountain,  about one aud a half miles south of the Summit  Hotel, and west-of alidad joininir the-Omaha  mineral claim. -     - .  TAltE NOTICE 'that I, .'Micljae! McIJcau.  Free Miners Cuctilicate ���"���No..*'* It 5E.177, intend, sixty* days from the date hereof lo  npply to the Mining Recorder for n Ceriilicate  of Improveinents for the purpose of nlititiniiiK  a Orovvn Grniil of the above ohiim   '  And further tnko nntino ���'tliat;��(it.ioi'ii; utrlor  ��PCl l'oi" --7.^-1,1 "J.-' ~li(. -.'r.ii| ||K!t|r-'��"' ���licfrin'-���lis*  isstinm.-.; of sueh loi tl'J *mio of -liM|i.oveiiiu������.  Dated ;bis lOihdny of Jmic.A. I)., t'H)3.  Sept. 3ii '     '  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines.  Narrow  Guage Locomo-  ������"* ���-"'.'"������',i-1 "��� tives, Compressors, Drills, Etc. ���  AGENT.  R.   P. WILLIAMS  GREENWOOD, B.C.  ���0<>CM'KKX"K>*0<_KM_>*0<X^  GRAND F0RKS.--PH0ENIX--GREENWOOD  ysthgei:ine:  MINERAL   ACT.  npAKE  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  KICUELIEU" Atiilerai Claim, siliiitu. .. Ihe  I'.rcenwood Mininj; l>ivi>ii;l of Yale Uis-  trict. Where located : Ou.Nelse Creek on  West l-'orl*. or Kettle Kiver.    * ...;  NOTICE that I, Isaajc II. Halhtt,  agent for WelliiiL'toii II. Craiif.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 1!S02Z3, ami  Mrilliam Wellillfflon Crai|r,l'reeMiiiei*'*Certili-  cate No. BS022i. intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Milling Reorder  for a certificate pf Improveinents, -for'the  purpose of obtainiiiir crowiiinaul ofthe above  claim. ,.''���-.'  And   further take "uotice that a<;tiou, nJider  section 37, must be commenced before, the issuance of such certiflcatesof improvements.  Dated tbe30th day of October, A.D. 1903..    .  Jan. 30 I. 11. UALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Tii. JV-. E. McBOVLE and any [icrsou to  whom lie may have transferred his interest in  the "Dakota" mineral claim, situateon Wallace  mouiilaln in tlie ftree'iiwooiJ-Miniiiir Division of  Vale district and adjoiuiiifr the "I.oj_*au'' ami  '���Duncan'* mineral elnitus.  You are hereby notified thai 1 hn.iv. expended  the sum of J102.5I) to hold tlie said Dakota mineral claim under liie provisions of the -'Mineral  Act" for tlie yeai eiidine* 17th of August. l')r|i.  that you are required lo contribute .SSI 25 as  your proportion of tlie said sum for'yoiT iiinle-  viilcd one-half interest iu Hie said cbiiiii. and if.  \vitliiu 'HI ilays f.rou.'lhe' lifsf iiiserlioii of lliis  notice vol fuil or refuse to.contribute Ihe said  sum of'$51.25, together with all costs of adver-  lisiuir, your inierestin the. said Dakotimineral  claim will become the property of me, Ihe. subscriber, under w-clioii l-'oin' of an Act entitled  Ihe "Miueral V cl Amendment Act, '.'lim.''  Dated  at  C.reeuwood,   I',. C.   the  Ji.i li .l.iv of  Autriist lva-i. r  Nov.27. JE.SSIK M. M ATII I'lSON*.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ARCADIA A STOW A and   MUKN1NC.  ST A K  Mineral Claims, situate  iu .liie (ireeuwood  %titiiu-lT Division of Yale Districl.  Where located:���Tlie   Arcadia   and   Astoria  ���mineral'claims.are  Incnijed in  Skylark Cainp  and the Moruiujj St;bi:*iniiieral claim in  located  iu DeadwoodCam.p.  TAKE NOTICE thai 1 .1. P. McLeod asagi-ut  for Sidney Rosen hail pi free Miner's Certilic-Ue  No. 552S5.' iutend, sixty days from the date hcre-  pf.'lo applv to the .Miiiiiitf recorder for Ct-rl -'  licates'��if Improvemeiiif,. for the purpese of ob-  taiiiiui** Crown Crants of Ihe above claims.  '������And further lake noliire dial action, uiiib-r  section 37, must be Coiiimeuceii before tlie is.**n-  ance of i-iicli CeJtificate of Improvements.  Dated this -lib ilnv ol Julv. A. IJ. 1003.  *J. P. McLeod.  Leaves 'J recti wood 0 a. m.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand l<*orks 3.'15 p. in.. Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood S p. in.  Fare  -Grand Forks $3.HO.      Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at oflice. -^  J. F. R0YER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  LKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN  ASKZFOR  & PORTMAN  Proprietors  b  EB1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is. kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  Coverts p *ui:es at Munroe's 90c. per  201bs.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To PETER McBRIDE, Pioneer Hotel, Green  wood, It. C.  You are hereby required tn take initio- ihat  we. the nndeisii/iied, liave .-auscd to be done  and have paid for the whole of Hie assessment  work fur the year etuliin; May H, 19H.3, on the  ''Admiral" miin-ral claim situaie i" Providence  Cnmp in the (ireeuwood Mitiiii*.' Division of  Yale Itistrict nml youi are ln-reby required  lo contribute your ]iroportion of such assessment and of the costs of vecordiiiir the Certiiicate of work, together with the costs of advertisement, arnountinjr ju all to ��j?.<j2'.* which y-itu  have tc pay.  If vou fail or refuse to contribute tin- '.ast mentioned sum of So5.'.2!< asa foa-aicl your inirresi  in tee said mineral claim shall, at tin-toxpi ration  of ninety davs lieconie vested iu us. yonrco-own-  ers, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and amendiui.*- act.-.  Dated this 11th dav of September l0"--.  ifu!_'li McKee  Thomas llenimorlee  CYCLOPS  MINING STEEL  Biw*M��wwamm.nAiT  SHOES AND DIES  RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co.  AGENTS, GREENWOOD.  Ltd.  :?Sia2^E3EKSE25a2^SZ^SIS*:g  i xrus   HOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  OO OOOOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOO  l LOCAL   EXTRACT I  o X  ���(.���OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Six weeks from today is Christinas.  The small boy with his sled enjoyed  coasting* this week.  The lounag-e of drummers in town  this week was larye.  Get a pipe line on the Clarendon's  -seasonable drinks.  Chief of Police Uarraugh of liholt  was a visitor yesterday.  V, K. Harrison ol Niagara Falls is  vi-nitini; the liouiulary this week.  Kev. J. D. P. Knox preached i'i the  Methuili.st church, Phenix, last Sunday.  L'ele licnellc, the liiiuber king of  Cascade City, was a visitor  yesterday.  Donald MeC.ilium of liraiid Korks  p.iiil   the   mclropulis  a visit this week.  The loarin' game iu (.'recti wuuel this  winter will roar as never roared before.  J. S. Carb.-r of the C. P. K. Passenger service was in the city this   week.  J. O. Mollcy and wile of Detroit,  Michigan, arc vi-siling* Greenwood this  week.  J. 11. Poll, the well known insurance  man, was a visitor to the city this  week.  Dr. A, S. Thomas of Midway, left  last week ou a visit to his old home in  the east.  W. M. Law manager of the Union  Meat company made a l***ip to McLeod  this week.  H. L. Johnston C. P. K. road master has returned from a huliday trip to  Vancouver.  It looks as if winter has set iu in  earnest. How would you like lo be the  coal man?  Richard Plewmai. of the Winn Spermine was in Greenwood on business  Wednesday.  M. W. Avery of Port Orchard,  Washington, is on a tour of the boundless Boundary.  J. E. McAllister, superintendent of  the Mother Lode smelter, was*in Nelson on business this week.  Mrs. G. B. Taylor is being visited  by her mother and sister Mrs. and Miss  Caldwell of Sydenham, Ont.  Goldsworth package Tea is taking  at the present time. It has the flavor.  50c at Hunter-Kendrick's.  Preparations are being made in some  of the hotels for the twins, Tom and  Jerry.    They are about due.        __  The board of licensing commissioners  for the Boundary district will meet at  Grand Forks on Dec. 15th.  There are some people so neighborly  that they overlook their own woodpile  and attend to their neighbor's.  Albert I. Goodell, superintendent of  the Montreal & Boston Copper company's smelter is visiting Spokane.  A. N. Pelly left Wednesday for the  Okanagan, and later on will go to ling-  land where he will spend the winter.  Tim Eaton's low grade Christmas  catalogs are arriving". They do not  even carry a trace of anything of value.  A very enjoyable dance',was given at  the Mother Lode mine Thursday evening. The proceeds go towards the  "reading room.  The monthly social meet of theBoys'  Literary Society was held Tuesday  night. The evening was spent in  indoor games.  Henry Madden aud Tom Gaines returned to town Wednesday after spending a month camping on the kopjes in  the Similkameen.  Chief A, D. Hallett took in the festivities al the opening of the New  Castle hall of the Knights of Pythias  at New Denver last week.  The Hyas Tillicum Club has been  reorganized for the winter months.  They have engaged the Eagle hall and  will give social hops two nights a  month.  Thos. Hardy is building a large hotel  al Coleman, Alberta, where the coal  mines of the International Coal and  Coke company are located. He intends  leasing the hotel.  Methodist church. J. D. P. Knox  pastor. The usual preachiug services  will be conducted at 11 a.m. aud 7.30  p. in. by the pastor. Class meeting at  10.20 a. ni.    Sunday school at 2..10 p. m.  Greenwood puck chasers should get a  move on and orga-iize for the coming  -.viliter campaign. There are many  new players iu town who played shinny  Ui Bruce when the puck was an old  i-.mato can.  Kev. Mr. Koberlson of Grand Forks  presided at a congregational meeting  of St. Columba Presbyterian church  last Wednesday evening. Mr. Kobcit-  *-on conducted a brief service and then  ihe meeting unanimously decided to  tixtend a call to Rev. M. D. McKee  who has been in charge here for six  -reeks. The call must be submitted to  he Presbytery and'a special session of  hat august body will be held here to  induct Mr. McKee.  C. Galloway, jr., has returned from  a business trip to Vaucouver.  The local lodge A. F. & A M. will  be hosts at an informal dance in theiit  hall on Thursday evening next.  MacKenzie-Hambly company are  giving 20 per cent discount on all  trimmed and ready-to-wear hats.  Enjoy life while you live for tomorrow you may be in Grand Fortes. Try  one of Munn's Egyptian oyster cock  tails.  L. B. Whigam, manager for McLaughlin, the wrestler, is in the city  arranging a go between McLaughlin  and John Oleson.  The annual meeting of the Greenwood Liberal Association will be held  on Friday November 17th. A full  attendance is requested.  Mrs. Forbes Kerby of Grand Forks  is visiting friends in the city this week.  Mrs. Kerby assisted Dr. aud Mrs.  Mathison iu royally entertaining the  printers Saturday  night.  Gtis. Evans of the Grand Forks Sun,  W. Beach Wilcox and Brook Hilliard of  the Phoenix Pioneer, visited the city  Saturday last, and attended a meeting  of Greenwood Typographical Union in  the evening.  E. W. Bishop has completed the  plumbing of the courthouse aud installing Ilia heating plant. The latter  works to perfection, and the ugly looking suvepiyc through the window has  disappeared.  John Olson, Greenwood's strong  man, is trying to arrange a wrestling  match with G. C. McLaughlin, but the  backers of the latter. appear to be a  little leary about putting up money on  McLaughlin against the Terrible  Swede.  William Bretal, sausage-maker al  P. Burns & Co.. left Saturday last for  San Francisco to undergo an operation  for cancer of the tongue. If the operation is successful Mr. Bretal will return to Greenwood within the next two  months.  The Provincial Government has appointed Walter B. Cochrane, lawyer of  Grand Forks, stipendiary magistrate  for the county of Yale and magistrate  under the small debts court act.  Walter is an old tillicum of the  premier.  A meeting of the Curling Club was  held last evening when a committee  was appointed to confer with Mr.  Winnett, the owner of the rink, and  arrange with him for the season. This  morning the committee bought the  rink outright for $225 and put men lo  work leveling the ground preparatory  to making ice.  Before the regular monthly meeting  of the Greenwood Typographical  Union, last Saturday night, the members were entertained at dinner by  Dr. and Mrs. Mathison at their home  on Kimberly avenue. At the business  meeting a vote of thanks was tendered  Mr. and Mrs. Mathison for the hospitality extended to members of No. 358.  The doctor is one of the oldest union  men in the province.  An overheated stove was responsible  for an ugly looking fire which for a  short time threatened T. B. Winnett's  blacksmith shop and adjoining buildings. Connection was soon made with  the hydrant at the Hunter-Kendrick  corner and a strong stream was played  on"the burningrb1uilaing. " Tlie fire was  confined to the blacksmith shop and  soon extinguished. The loss will be  about $200 covered by insurance.  The annual election of the Greenwood St. Audrew's Society was held  last Friday evening. Officers were  elected as follows: President H. C.  Shaw; vice- president Duncan Ross;  secretary-treasurer J. S. Birnie, (reelected); solicitor J. P. Myers-Grey and  directors Messrs. H. B. Monroe, C.  Scott Galloway and J. A. Crawford.  Arrangements were perfected for the  banquet which will be held in the  Pioneer hotel on St. Andrew.s night  the 30th in si. The sal*! of tickets has  been restricted to 40. Those desirous  of securing tickets may secure the same  from the committee in charge Messrs  Shaw, Birnie aud  Ross  R. Hiitcliins .superintendent of the  Seattle mine on the North Fork of the  Kettlte river is iu the city accompanied  by Mrs Hutchins The Seattle which  has been bonded 'jy the Trail smelter  is shut down temporarily pending litigation. Mr. Hutchins who was superintendent of the Mother Lode for several years is greatly impressed with the  mining outlook in the North Fork district. The second payment on account  of the Volcanic bond has beeen paid.  A diamond drill will soon be at work  on this famous property. * Work will  shortly be started on the Rathmullen  group ami tlirn" is a probability that  the Golden Eagle will soon change  hands. i _JJ  Spent Over $2000 Doctoring  Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater.,  Minn., after having spent over $2000  with the best doctors for stomach  trouble, without relief, was advised to  try a box of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets. He did so and is a  well man today. For sale by J. L.  White, Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas,  Midway.  Hard On Nelson  A man picked up 31500 ou Nelson  streets last Saturday. He thought they  were counterfeit and gave them away.  The finder of the money stated .hat the  reason he gave the bills away was that  he didn't think there was that  amount of good money in Nelson.  Cheap Rubbers  We have 200 pair of winter rubbers  and artics. Various sizes, from small  children's to the largest men's size.  All to be sold at fire sale prices.  Smith & McE-wkn, Anaconda.  Why we Suffer.  A westerner who advertised for a  cook and a music teacher got y replies  to Uie iormer and 389 to the latter, thus  showing that anybody can teach music  while it requires ability of a high order  to cook vi tua Is.  Better Than a Plaster  A piece of flannel dampened with  Chamberlain's Pain Balm and bound  to the afflicted parts is superior to any  plaster. When troubled with lame  back or pains iu the side or chest give  it a trial and you arc certain to be more  than pleased with the pmuipl relief  which it ...Turds. For sale by J. L.  White, Greenwood! and A.. F. Thomas,  Midway.  tit  Hi  '&  Hi  ii  ft  iS  %  Business Locals  For apples go to Munroe's.  Do you use J*lit_; Kibliun Tea ?  To Let���Two furnished bedroom s  Apply at Kirkwood house.  Celebrated Peterson Pipes, Al Briars,  at Yuill's, Copper street.  Very choice assorted French candied  fruits just received at Munroe's.  Finest brand of beef tea on tap next  Monday at the Clarendon.  Modern Dressmaking���The Misses  Leveque, next door to Times oflice.  The only oyster in town will be on  shift at the Clarendon next Monday.  The finest assortment of JRobertson  aiid Lowney's chocolates just received  at Munroe's.  The best assortment of gemiue Briar  pipes, Peterson's famous make,, at  Yuill's, Copper street.  Studebaker Sensible Bob-Sleighs  and Portland Body Cutters at Department, store prices. Hunter-Kendrick  company. ..,<-,,,-,  Five-roomed house to, rent, '���*{convenient to' Elkhorn and Providehce  mines. Apply at the Yale-Columbia  company's office. *..,..*  For a Bad Cold  If you have a bad cold you need a  j ood reliable medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it, and to allay the irritation and  inflammat'on of the throat and lungs.  The soothing and healing prsperties of  this remedy and the quick cures which  it effects make it a favorite everywhere.  For sale by J. L. White, Greenwood,  and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  NOTICE  I  The annual meeting* of the  Greenwood Liberal Association  will be held in the Board of Trade  Rooms on  Friday, November 27  at  8  p. m.    Business:    Election  of officers and  general   business.  A full attendance is requested.  K. McKENZIE,  Secretary.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  CITT   OK   PARIS  Mineral    Claim,   sitnatc  in     the      C roe ii wood     Minin?     Division  of Y.-tle District.    Where located:   On Wal-  I ace Mountain.  ���"TAKE  NOTICK  that I. Isaac H.  Hallett,  Free Miner's  Certificate No.  B 80140,  intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crinvii  (Jrant nf the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of September, A. I)., 1903.  Jan. 15. I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given thai sixty days alter  date 1 intend lo apply to the Chief Comuiis-  Kiunerof Lands and Works for permission to  purchase the Collim-intf descrilied land: Coni-  nieiicinc at tin- southeast corner of lot _>7��>,  group 1. Msoyous division of Vale district,  thence west _!o chains, thence souih 3J chains,  thence, east _M chains, ilieu-e north 20 chains lo  iKiint of i'otiini"i:cenient.  KALIMI    SMAILES.-  i    Dated this 15ih dav of October, l'W3. <>c30  ;..:^:���:":~:->:��<-x-:->��x-:~:"X**��x-:��x->  n  HIE BOAR  f  v'i  Comfortable Rooms. -��  Everythine First Class-        X  THE SWAYNB  HOUSE,       %  Silver Street, .��  Greenwood,      JC  WALL PAPER  WALL PAPER  WALL PAPER  LARGEST STOCK IN 1NW  NOT ONE OLD PATTERN  PRICES  RIGHT  %  ���jjb  *{j  w  w  w  -TO  ��  W  w  w  , COLES & FRITH  j* Succussur to J. L. Coles.  jj  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  Watch  Chadn<  aa*��  worn   By  \Qvsw- ��*,o����>e��o  people.  A. LOGAN & CO.  .GREENWOOD j  4b  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden'-Klouil Block, Greenwood, IJ, C,  S. BARRY YU ILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD'  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Single and  Double  Porcelain and Earthenware  J. L. WHITE  Druggist  -     -       Greenwood 8  OOCKK>000<KK>0<>00<>000<>0<>0<>0<>  ft  a  ft  ft  *  ft  a  0  *  ft  ��  &  a  *��  ��  i*  a  ft  a  ��  ft  ��  a  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  a  ��  A  fp  JU  ft*****  a  VI  AND  MALLARD   BUCKS  JUST   RECEIVE��  ..AT  P. Burns H�� Co.  oa��<��ftftft��fto��ftft*ftftft��ft��*ftt:(��ft��*o):i��*ftft��ft��ftfto��oi;i_:it;(����flsfii��(��5  Maker of the kind  of CLOTHES that  Gentlemen Wear.  MIIIMIIIIIItllllll  Opposite Postoffice  Copper St   Greenwood.  ���-s^#k!THE :���*&&  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND WIGHT.  ��2?  MKAI.S  AT  AJU.   liOUKS  PRIVATE   ROOMS   I'OR  LADIES.  TRY   OUR   COFFEE  ^  Charles R. Pittock,     ;     Vrop'r.  '?&frfy&%*9j*%rii"&^*&?.&&  t  Y  T  ?���  Y  Y  Y  x  | DEALERS IN  Y  Y ������ ���    ��� ��� ��l l  ! ���  Y  Y  X  Y  ?  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