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Array 1$  /  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1903.  No. 13  LARGE PROFITS  And NEVER returns  .*.;���-���.���'-' ���  " ; '���'������:'.������ '      '���'��� *:.'���...'       ������.���������  Too   many  B.   C.  stores  have   experienced   this.    To compete with  Eastern Department Stores we are making- prices on all Dry Goods, Shoes,  etc., to correspond, plus freight.   Quality and price vbelne equal you will  surely give your home stores the preference,  Two " Clock'Stoppers " in Shoes  Bell's No. 326--Ladics'Dongola Walking Shoe, slightly extended  sole, Goodyear welt, *-f Cuban heel, enameled tip, rcgular$5....$4-00  Bell's No. 894���Ladies'Dongola Walking Shoe, extension sole, J+  Cuban heel, Goodyear welt, regular $4.50      . ..$4.00  The above are this season's styles  CLOTHING  Men's Suits  15 Specials  For ten.days, we  are offering- our entire stock of Men's  Tweed aud Worsted Suits at 25 PER CENT OFF  Good Tweed Suits, it  closed out at   .���gular  price $10.00 to $15.00, to be  ----���-,..-���1.---'.: $5.00  Odd Coats and Vestsand Separate Coats at buyers'prices.  OVerCOatS   Grey   Wh'Pcord   r��V   Coats,   best quality,   Plaid Lining,  H;* y-;::    regular piice -S25.00 .....;:!.  ���...���....'.".'���. -$15.00  Black and Navy Blue Beaver  and  Kersey  Overcoats, etc.,  must go at  25 PER CENT DISCOUNT  t   *  *  THE    BIG   STORE  INSTANTLY  KILLED  Lafayette D. Wilbir Crushed  by a Rock  liimiii  The  Coroner's  Verdict  Was  dental'-Death  Acci-  <$*->*&-.x��x~x~x~X":��H"^  %  ��������� '  Y  ?  1  ?  COMPANY,   LIMITED  l!'  SAVE 30 TO 50 PER CENT  You can save from. Thirty to F.iJ.tv per cent on MEN'S  CLOTHING,' HITS AND CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHINGS, at our SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE.  i Extra Values in JMien's Underwear _  ,. We also have: a lull line of LADIES' OVERSHOES  AND RUBBERS,,'which we will sacrifice as we do not intend  carryiijjg'. these liri-es', .     :        a  Goods must be sold to make room for new arrivals.  ?  MONEY    SAVED    IS    EASY    MONEY    MADE  s  "..���..���,  I       _ . _. .     . t  +**  Received this  week at  i  :|:  ���> *&-frW3,��<^X'*x--<K~x-x~X"X~  Isn't It A Nobby One  -���*-.������:��������������������:  k~xk-*x**xk~x~x~x-xK'*x~x->  , Lafayette D. Wilbir was instantly  killed at tl:e Mother Lode mine on  Sunday morning' last. He was a  machinist engaged in the machine shop  at the time-.- He and his fellow workmen disregarded the warning- from the  whistle and remained at wotk instead  of seeking the usual place of safety.  A piece of rock weighing about 150  pounds came crashing through the  roof of the machine shop and struck  Mr. Wilbir on the head, killing him  instantly.  Dr. G. M. Foster, coroner, held an  inquest Monday; his jury being W. G;  Gaunce, foreman; Phil Macdonald, Neil  Lamont, George F. Dougherty, W.  Wilson and F. M. McLaine.  The evidence given by Carl Holman,  the mine superintendent, JR. Mantell,  ���Henry Joly and others, demonstrated  the strenuous life which the people  living at the Mother Lode lead. The  offices, shops and residences are near  the open quarries, and when any deep  ;blasting takes place all are under  oiders to go to a place of safety. The  warning is a number of whistles, after  which sufficient time is given to seek  safety before "the fuse is "ignited." Mr.:  Holman stated that 'some were reckless  and often disregarding the strict instructions of the company which were  printed and posted at prominent places  at the mine. This view was confirmed  by Mr. Mantell, who stated that when  there were only a few working iu the  machine shop they never failed to seek  a place of safetv under an unused ore  bin when the whistles gave them warning, but as the force increased they became more careless until it became the  rule to disregard the warning almost  entirely. This' careless . practice continued until Sunday last when the fatal  accident occurred. They all heard the  warning whistles but paid no'attention  to them, with the above result. Tlie  evidence of allelic others^-corroborated-  this and the jury brought in the following verdict:  To Dr. Foster, Coroner:  We, your coroner's jury, appointed  to inquire into the cause and circumstances attending the death of Lafayette D. Wilbir at the Mother Lode  mine on the morning of November  22nd, instant, beg to report that from  the evidence submitted we find that the  deceased came to his death by being  struck on head by a large piece of ore  blown from the glory hole, about SOO or  600 feet distant, with such force as to  carry it through the roof and ceiling of  the machine shop wherein the deceased  was working at the titiie.  We find that a system of warning  whistles has been established, instructing the men to seek places of safety  provided for them, whenever a deep  hole is to be set of, and allowing ample  time for them to do so. We find that  the warning whistle was duly blown  before th,e shot in question was set off,  but that the deceased failed to comply  with the established warning and seek  a place of safety, about 40 feet distant.  We do not believe the employing  company is in any way responsible for  the result.  We arc of opinion, however, that  some greater precaution should be taken  to safeguard the lives of the men who  may be sleeping during the times of  blasting, either by further protection  to the roof and exposed walls of the  bunk house or by removal of the said  bunk house to a greater distance from  tne works.  W. G. GauncK, foreman.  The death of Mr. Wilbir has cast a  gloom over the mining community.  He was well and favorably known in  many mining camps in the province.  He settled in Colville, Washington,  many years ago and being a competent  mechanic lie secured a hiera.ivc  position with Hciuze during the construction of the Trail smelter. Later  he was engineer at the Center Star,  Rossland, and came to Greenwood to  take a position iu the Greenwood  smelter when opened. He was afterwards transferred to the Mother Lode  mine. He was a native of Michigan  and about 52 years of age.    He  leaves  a wife and a family of one son and two  daughters who reside in Anaconda.  The funeral which took place from  the family residence Wednesday afternoon was largely attended. Rev. M.  B. McKte conducted the services at  tlie house. The pallbearers were Peter  Lover, Leo Pinger, Phil McDonald,  Oscar Johnson, Fred Bergheart aud  Angus Nicholson.  MINING FLOAT  Boundary  News of the Week in the  and Elsewhere  The Rossland camp shipped 9690 tons  of ore last week.  The success of the Elmore oil concentrator at Rossland is now fairly well  arsurcd.  ' The placer mines of AUin produced  $430,000 this season; an increase of  $30,000 over that of last year.  During the month ending September  30, Canada exported 10,893,000 pounds  of copper valued at $1,024,000.   .  The Kootenoian says Kaslo is to have  a smelte***. This is tlie forty-second  that the Kootenaian has promised for  that town.  Great excitement still prevails at  Poplar Creek. The latest new discovery is the show; having covered  everything.  The ore of the Oro Denoro mine is  being gotten out and loaded ou the  railway dump cars at a cost not exceeding 40 cents a ton.  The noted Nettie L. mine in the Ferguson camp has been shut down, for  the first time in six years. Operations  will be resumed when the new mill is  completed.  Robert Clark, owner of the famous  Seattle miue on the north fork of the  Kettle river, wiites the Times that the  report that the Seattle was closed down  pending litigation was ati error. The  title to the Seattle is perfect and there  is no litigation whatever.  The Michigan capitalists who recently bonded the -Volcanic,; have also  bonded the Eastern Star in Wellington  camp from Fraser Bros. The -Eastern  Star attracted considerable attention a  few years ago because of the big surface showing of high grade copper ore.  ' The Cariboo mine at Camp McKinney  has been shut down. It is understood  that the bulk of the ore is now refractory and cannot therefore be treated to  advantage in the mill. The Waterloo  adjoining the Cariboo is installing a  Hendryx plant, and should this prove  successful in all probability one will  be installed at the Cariboo.  An order in council has been passed  by the Dominion government permitting the outry into Canada free of duty  pf_orang-cs.mineral,_dry ,_w.hiie^aud���red=  leads made from lead produced in  Canada. In the refined process the  substances mentioned are extracted,  and it is felt only proper that Canadian  products of this kind should be allowed  to come into the country again free,  Provincial Legislature  The provincial legislature was  opened yesterday. The speech from  the throne referred to the financial  condition of the province. Hon. C. E.  Pooley was unanimously elected  speaker.  Stack Is Completed  The "Union Jack" floated gaily from  the big stack at the B. C. Copper company's smelter on Monday. The last  brick was laid on Sunday afternoon  and a rousing cheer was given   by the  months in erecting the big flue. Monday the scaffolding was taken down so  that for the next 200 or 300 years it is  not likely thai a human being will view  the town from the top of this pile of  brick. The stack is 120 feet high and  the inside diameter is 12 feet. There  are over 220,000 brick in it. The work  reflects the greatest credit on Foreman  Ptterson an d his staff.  OPPOSED   TO   SOCIALISM  The American Federation of Labor  Goes on Record  At the annual convention of the  American Federation of Labor just  closed at Boston the federation placed  itself on record as opposed to Socialism  by a vote of 2185 for and 11,282 against.  D. W. Richmond, president of the  Railroad Clerks' Association, declared  that his organization would withdraw  if the federation adopted socialistic  ideas-  John* Mitchell of the United Mine  Workers, said he thought it a great  mistake if Socialist friends attempted  to commit the labor organization to the  principles in which they believe. "It  would be a sad day indeed." Mr,  Mitchell concluded, "if trade unions  were made the tail''cud of a political  organization."  Mr. Gotnpers became very earnest  and even bitter in his sratcnients  against Socialism, and was interrupted  frequently from the floor. In closing,  he said: "I am at variance with your  philosophy. You are unsound, socially  you. are wrong, and industrially you  are art impossibility. I have faith in  the trade unionist movement because  it is the protector of labor today, and  if emancipation comes some time it  must be through the trades union  movement." A great volume of applause followed Mr. Gomp2rs' speech.  Later Gotnpers was re-elected president over a Socialist, the latter polling  only 126 votes.  Police, Police!  ���As the editor of this "family journal  was'in the midst of an article on the  "Downfall of the Provincial Government," a long, lean, hungry individual winded his way into the sanctum,  placed on the safe the following  gemlet,' and then suddenly disappeared:  The snowy season now is here;  The coasters down the streets do ride;  And everyone is full of cheer,  For we owe the snow to McBride.  Wants Stock  At Spokane Robert Mack has brought  suit against John Mack and the  Athelstan Gold Mining. & Copper  company asking for an injunction to  prevent the transference of 116,666  shares of thecompanystockJto^W.^J._  Morrison. Robert Mack claims the  stock belongs to him and that John  Mack is holding it in trust and is going  to sell it for his own benefit. The  case is on a change of venue from  King county.  T00M0CH  FOR WATER  Government   Thinks   Ratu  High for Court House  I.;  C. Copper Company and Lot Owneis  Cannot Agree on Price  Not True  The report sent from Phoenix to the  Nelson News that the Snowshoe miue  cannot ship to the limit of its capacity  as the smeller is unable to handle its  entire output is not in accordance with  the facts. The Sunset smelter has  handled and is prepared to handle all  the ore the Snowshoe mine cares to  ship. The small shipment from the  Snowshoe mine this week is accounted  for by the fact that a C. P. K. engine  was derailed on the Snowshoe switch  last week and the railway company  required   several  days   to restore the  men who had  labored for nearly  two - engine to the track.  The right of way for the B. C. �����(���]������  per company  was   not secured   righr  away.    Robert Wood and Mrs. Lulu E .  Sutherland,   who  own   the    propert ���  across which the spur  will  run,   hav -  been paying taxes on  the same sine���:���  the town was   incorporated   and   the  believe their lots should be worth to th  company the price  upon  which   taxc  were paid. The company holds a somewhat    different     view.; Mr.     Wood,  through: his    solicitors,    McLeod    6  Brown,   and   Mrs.  Sutherland  ou he-  own behalf, notified the council of thi;-  difference   of   opinion   and   also sug  gested that no portions of the streets iic  that vicinity  be alienated  until   thci.  claims were   satisfied.   As  the bylav  granting   the   company   right-of-way  across the streets was to be  passed  oi;  the   distinct   understanding   that "thy  claims   of   property   owners    affecteti  should be satisfied by the company, th-  bylaw will be held  in  abeyance until  the difference-of opiniou is  wiped out.  This course was  decided  upon  at thi-  regular meeting of the council held oi  Monday   evening with  Acting-Mayo.'  Ross in the chair and  Aldermen  Ban  nerman McKenzie and G.tilley present. -  To pay too much for one's whisky ie  excusable   in   the   great and gloriou  west, but to pay. too much for water  i  a disgraceful thing.    William Grahan  McMynn,-    government   agent,    gob-  commissioner, stipendiary magistrate,  judge of the small debts' court,  issue  of mariage licenses, etc., etc., does no:  believe   in   paying   too much for anything���much less water. So when Cit.  Collector Taylor asked him to potlatca  S7.50 for one month's use of the  pure  and   unadulterated   brand of Adam'*  ale   that   percolates through  the city  pipes and finds its way into the statel.  building built by  a paternal  government for the use of Mr. McMynn,   hi:;  staff of officials and the public generally, --Mrr^McMynn"decided"1 thai'"tli*1"  state of the provincial   finances  would  not admit of this sum being paid to th .  city   exchequer.    He   interviewed   th :  council   regarding    the    matter    an '���.  pointed out that in Ross'and where th -  government building was  larger  tha *  the   one   iu    Greenwood,     the    city's  charge was less than  four dollars  pc ;*  month by   the   meter system.    It was  suggested   to   Mr. McMynn   that   Unpeople of Rossland were easy, that the;  never drank water there  anyway  an',  that he should quote figures front Nc  son where  the   same   rules  regurdin ;  water   did   not   obtain.   The  government agent promised to do this and th  water question will not be settled until  next week.  A municipal election will be held c  the second Thursday in January. Tl.  matter-is not very much discussed an  the first official intimation came c  Monday night when Alderman Bai-  nerman gave notice of an election b-  law. Householders desiring to regf  tcr should do so before the end i  December.   i��/._  Y****X��X"M��-<��>��X��:^  Y  Y  Y  f  Boundary Ore Shipments*  t  Y  %  -s-  Y  !  Y  I  !  X  Granby Mines .':���'   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe...   Sunset   Oro Denoro   Brooklyn    Morrison   R. Bell   Emma '    Winnipeg .  Golden   Crown   Athelstan and Jack Pot  King Solomon   No. 7    City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn    ..    Providence ....  FC. P. U. Mines   Miscellaneous   Total Tons ....  1900  64 533  5 340  19 444  297  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  300  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Week.  10 831  2 900  1  150  1  076  250  200  1  000  iry>  3  230  99  730  150  560  650  040  850  b65  325  890  389 618  650  330  790  1903  336 357  118 704  19 365  71 736  15 773  ,. 12 326  900  785  625  670  2 175  "���70  3 339  IS 8()h  2 480  ���4 050  i7:  213  910  107  54  ."07 Sll  17 441  000 0H1  'MV**��n*��*��*.*V**^VA-**..^^  %%'V%,V\-VV%M-ir��%Vv**i'V%'V*�� ��� ** na   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  1A New Meat Market 1  The UN  Head Offfee: GREENWOOD, B. C.  DRESSED  MEATS,   FISH,   GAME  AND POULTRY.  Shops at McLeod, Alta., Greenwood, Phoenix  and  Grand Forks, .13. C.  The unholy g*lee with which  the Vancouver Province pro-  cksi.ned the result of the bye-,i  elec'i m would lead one to believe ���?  iii;ii ihe Canadian Pacific Railway company was particular!}'  anxious to see Hon. Obarles  Wilson, attorney-general, reelected.  <KKKX*K*K><XK>0<>0<><><>0^  J*"**-   'Phone  Sr   No. 20.  The Union Meat Company |  Boundary Creelt Times  Issued Every fridav  uukcan Ross Managing Editok  SUI'SCKIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  PiiK Yuak $2 00  Six Months  1 25  TO  FOKKIGN   COONTRIKS   2 SO  FRIDAY,   NOVEMBER 27  1903  A NEW ERA  The paying* of a one per cent  dividend on December 16 by the  Granby Mining* company, which  has been definitely announced  from Montreal, is the beginning*  of a new era in the historj* of the  big* low grade mines of the  Boundary. It is now six years  since Jay P. Graves began development work on the Knob  Iii 11 and Old Ironsides. At that  time it was supposed that higher  values would be found in the ore  and that the dividend paying era  would arrive much sooner. Later  development demonstrated that  there was an unlimited' quantity  of ore, but that- the values were  such as to demand new and more  economical methods, of mining  and treatment. Those methods  were introduced with marked  success.   In the Boundary mining  and smelting is  carried  on  at  a  o  less cost than  anywhere  else  in  the world. These innovations  took time and delayed the dividend paying stage. It has now  arrived and it is sure to be  regular.  What is true of the Granby  mines is equally true of other big*  low grade mines in  the  district.  would not be benefited since, the  price of land would be sure to  increase out of proportion to any  advantage that a duty might  bring. It would be the same old  story. Protection always favors  the favored few.  Frank Moberly is a life-long  Conservative. He is also an experienced railway engineer, well-  known in British Columbia,  whose verdict upon any question  having to do with railway construction carries convincing  weight, not only in this country  and the United States, but across  the pond. Mr. Moberly has' this  to say in regard to the national  transcontinental railway: "lam  a Conservative, but I must say I  admire Sir Wilfrid Laurier's  transcontinental railway policy,  which is the act of a broad-  minded and fearless statesman;  and I also believe Mr. Sifton has  a better grasp of the needs, and  of the enormous capabilities  of the Northwest than man}* of  his predecessors."  Football this year is not so  fatal as in past years. So far  only nine were killed. In the  game between Washington and  Nevada : universities at Seattle  last Saturday the general rushing  and mauling of the spectators  was disappointingly mild compared to the scene at the Rox-  burghe-Goelet wedding* in- New  York two weeks aero.  Did Jay P. Graves know what  he was talking about six years  ago, or did he talk to get money  from the wary investor ? It matters little now. Graves got money  to develop his mines and the investor will get his dividends.  Nothing succeeds like success.  "The~MotheFLode, Ihe Snowshoe,  the Oro Denoro and other big  properties will just as surely be  dividend payers when the proper  time arrives.  Big bodies of low grade ore are  not without compensations. More  men are employed and wages are  just as high if not higher than in  higher grade camps. The  amount of ���������money distributed is  greater and there is a satisfaction  in knowing that the permanency  v>f the district has been demonstrated beyond a doubt.  The crippled condition of the  finances of the province has.called  for a cutting* down of all expenses  by the McBride government. It  is stated a cut will be made in the  provincial officials' salaries on  account of the days getting  shorter.  THE BRITISH BATTLE  All England hasn't gone daft  over Chamberlain's policy of protection. The Leeds and Yorkshire Mercury, the most influential journal in the Midlands, is  not only pointing out the fallacies  of the Chamberlain doctrine, but  / is also urging the Liberals not to  lightly reckon the strength of  their adversaries. Instead of  leaving the battle to callow  politicians of the Tory party the  Liberals should be found on the  battlefield leading the forces.  Tn a recent issue of the Mercury  is a striking article in which it is  pointed out that a duty on wheat  will not help the farmer unless  the duty is against the product  of the colonies as well as that of  foreign countries. Canada in a  few years will have as large a  surplus of wheat as the United  States. Even with such a universal   duty   the   tenant farmer  The working classes of India  do not need any unions. They  are so similar in mind and temperament that they act in concert  without organization and establish a short day by refusing to  work longer.  Sir Charlie TuppViV says the  count\ has more money than it  needs. This is bad again. But  it will doubtless furnish the  Tories with a new campaign cr}*  against the too full pocket  book.  ll Victoria board of trade has endorsed Hon. Joseph Chamberlain's  fiscal polic}- for the British empire. Now that Victoria has endorsed Chamberlain, it's all oil  with the other fellows.  Who is the lucky man with a  few thousand Knob Hill or Old  Ironsides shares which he purchased for three or four cents and  thre wtheni intojthebottom of his  trunk ?  How won Id you like to   be  the  premier ���?       ���       ���  POLITICAL  The Times Devil Sizes Up  the Tory  Government  Following* are the cabinet  ministers.of the McBride government and what they are out for,  as solved by the Times' devil:  MCBRIDE  tatlow  W/LSON  GREE/V    ������  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.  Ain't It the Truth  An exchang-e truly remarks: " 1  hain't judging-no man by de way he  talks. I'ze had a man yell me outer  his co'nfield and run me half a mile,  an' afterwards present me wid two  dozen ears, an' I'ze had a man talk so  soft au' sweet dat it brung tears to my  eyes, an' den charge me 37 per cent  interest on money loaned on de fam'ly  sewiu' machine."  A Timely Suggestion.  This is the season of the year when  the prudent 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 prompt and 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. Iu almost every instance a  cold may be warded off by taking this  remedy freely as soon as the first indication 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 audults and  children like it. Buy it and you will  get the. best. It always cures. For  sale by J. L, White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  Celebrated Peterson Pipes, Al Briars,  tit Yuill's, Copper street.  Tents, Guns and sporting- gcods for  ale or rent.    O. I. C. 2nd hand store.  CANADIAN  'r-fm^HTHril1  . ..RAILWAY.. .  World's Scenic Route  Charles Money Schwab has  built a church at Pittsburg', Pa.,  that cost S125.000, and presented  it to the Catholic parish. This  is one way Schwab has of trying  to square himself before  he dies.  Hrect line.  Lowest rates  Bast.  West.  Winnipeg  Vancouver  Toronto.  Victoria  Ottawa.  Seattle  Montreal  Portland  New York.  San Francisco.  via Soo Pacific Xine.St. Paul  Chicag-o and all U. S. points.  A PIPE  CINCH  There is a surplus of $1.4,500,-  000 in the Dominion treasury on  the operations of the last four  months. The receipts were S2.-  800.000 more than in 1002. This  is a very handsome result.  Sunday, smallpox broke out in  the Boise, Idaho, penitentiary;  but up to the present none of the  guards have attempted to catch it.  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  to  Alaska, Japan, China,   Haivai,  Aus-  trailia.  Settlers' Rates Westbound, sold daily  111  ovetnber30  Through bookings  to  England  and  the Continent via all S. S. lines.  For complete information and further particulais apply to local agents or  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A., Vancouver D.P.A. Nclsoa  Not a lead i'*p�� c'hh.-ii; bin " e have ..  .:iucli or.1 MiiukL-i-s" '.iitiusiU* iu Greenwood ca.nu*. We cany every kind, from  tlie high-priced Meerciiauni to the low-  priced clay dab. Also the finest brands  of   Smoking.'- ami   Chewiiijr   Tobaccos.  ^??H?!^?n!T?T?i?????????!T?TT????^r?M??THH????!!n??f!?t???????T??^  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full line of tlie best Imported and  Domestic Cigars. Try'ein before they  go np in smoke. Wc do not carry  smokeless ciRiirs.    Drop in  and  see us.  H.A.KIKG&CO  Smokers' Outfitters  Coppkk St.,    -    GREENWOOD  ���00>*><>0<><*fOO<><K>00<>000<K><><>00<>6  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction Guar  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood  'f^f^^^AAAA^^fA^AAAAAAAAAAA  y  y  y  y  s  E  I  G  H  5  mi  v.  y  x  y  y  ������y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  f  �� A. L. ..WHITE &.CO./X  ���*��� .  y  ���;��� ��� y          t  ���y  y  r  y  ��*.*--��..����*--��.*������t**����������'*������4t.��A****%.A*������***����a..-'..--^��'->..<-'.*'-*  ���V*V'A*'4 �� ��� A o A^rA.VVV0,",**,'  pipec  Cigarettes  A choice line of the  above good just  received.  ��ow��ey'$,  Wilson Bros.,  and  ���������  Stewart's  Just arrived*  A. Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  1% B. IHutiroe  QlpiOrflC Our line is extensive, substantial, durable and neat.  OlVlgllo* Prices speak for themselves. Boys' Coasters���Bob,  10x32 inches, 65c; Victor, spring steel runner, 10x32, $1.25; Arrow,  spring steel runner, 11x36, Si.50; Racer, spring steel runner, 15x44,  $2.25; alUteel coasters, 13x35, $2.50 to $5. Children-* Sleigh���With  round post knees, 30x11, 31; with bent knees and braces, 12^x33,  $1.50; with bent kn-:es and braces and better, 12^x33, $2. Baby  Sleighs���Nicely painted and box, 33x15 inches, $3.50.  | Smith & fcicR-ie^i  Books. Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34.  g-   Copper Street, - GREENWOOD, B. C.   g\  lilfl llllf Slill 6 l!:'Bl 111 HI.  GEO. B. NADEN,  Manager.  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America Assur-  Co. of London, England. ance Co., of Toronto.   '  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The  Canadian  Birkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  iaagmw  <��?  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  cF*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ><r*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  CF*  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank of MoWtfeal^  ... -$8,000^0001  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  Best..  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Koval,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drommond.  General Manager :   E. S   Clooston.  Branches in London, Eng.  1   All The Principal   I  ) Cities    In    Canada, f  New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling-Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial au  Travellers'.Credits, available 'many parl'of the world. V  Greenwood Branch^     F. Jy FINUCANE, Manager.  **-*-2  fee?  TtMMsmmMMmmMmmmsmMM  | REPUBLIC  I ...5   CENTS...  When in Republic look far^ out- sign  REPUBLIC BREWING COMPANY .I  ���X-K��X"tMX'"X-<-'*'>H"X^,C~>X'<*JX**>5  P  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES^SHARPENED.  | PAINTING AND  | SIGN WORK.  | Copper St,    Greenwood,  .X-X^X^X^X^^X^X^X-X^K^X**-?  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co.  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & B. Co.  Stopper Street.  NOTICE  Notice is hereby triven Uial sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the Cliief Commissioner or Lands and Works for permission to  purchase the following described land: Commencing at the southeast corner of lot 376,  group 1, Osoyoos division of Yale district,  thence west 20 ehains, thence south 20 chains,  thence east 20 chains, theuce north 20 chains to  point of commencement.  RALPH   SMAILES.  Dated this 15th day of Octot>er, 1903. oc30  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland 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 stag-e for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902.  Leave Arrive  9:25 a. m. Spokane        5:45 p. ni.  10:15 a. m. Rossland       5:10 p. in.  7:00 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. nt.  11:00 a.m.    (Millers, Grand    4:00 p. m  Forks)  9.15 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General  Passenprer Agent,  Spokane, Wash.  ���rsi  CSCgXB  : M.i-KJ-^  .Recently rehdvatedVand.  refurnished.; may be^e-:'/  cured for balls,  concerts  etc, at reasonable rates    ���'���  Apply to     :     :    :    :    :  C. W. WILSON,  Secretary:  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY   OK   PARIS   Miueral ' Claim,   sitnate  in     the      Greenwood     Mining    Division  of Yale District.   Where located:   OnWal-  lace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80140, intend,  sixty days from thedate hereof, to apply to the  Mininjr Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And 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. D., 1TO3.  Jan. 15. I. H. HALLETT. ,-»
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MEATS, ETC.
l*\ BURNS. & CO.,
"Vholiisale and Retail Meat Merchant.-*..
AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC
FRBt) B. HOLMES,
Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large
warehouse for  storing goods.
P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.
ASSAYERS.
WALTER E. SEGSWORTH
Provincial Assayer and Chemist.
ControlAssays a Specialty.
Greenwood, B. C.
TAILORING.
WILSON & CO.
Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.
BARBER SHOPS.
GREENWO-QD BARBER SHOP.
h W. Frawi.by, Prop.
Finest Bath Tubs-in city.    Baths 25c.
i Razors Hoped.
Copper Street      -     Greenwood, B.C
PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
HALLETT A SHAW
BARRISTERS,  SOMCITORS,
Notakibs Public.
CaWn Address :      hallbtt."
J Bedford M'NeM's   Grernwood,
Conns < Morelnff a Neal's a, e,
( Lelber's.
I.'h.  HAIABTT.
H. C. SHAW.
MCLEOD & BROWN
•    Barristers and Solicitors,
Notaries Public, Etc
Offices: "tVallace-Miller block. Copper street,
i Greenwood, B.C.
J.'r. Brown. '" J- P. McLeod.
ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.
BARRISTER and SOLICITOR
Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C
GHARLES AE. SHAW,
Civil, Rnginebh,
Dominion    and    Provincial
. »■;     Lajtd Surveyor.
Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.
"    Telephone No. 32.
GREENWOOD.    ;      ;      :      :    B.   G.
A. E. ASHCROFT.
DDmlnlon and
provincial Land Surveyor.
Mining and Engineering Surveys.
Underground Work a Specialty.
Wood Block (next Customs office.)
GREENWOOD, B. C.
BOUNDARY  VALLEY   LODGE
"No". 38; 1.0.0. F.
Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the
I. 0. O. F. Hall.    A cordial iiiri tatlon Is ex
tended to all sojourning- brethern.
J. L. White. Fred B. Holmes.
N. G. Ree.-Sec.
...DRINKS
A LIFE
'RENEWER
On sale at all the hotels.
BOTTLED BV
JAMES M'CREATH
Bottlers ,of Fine Lager Beer and
Manufacturers' of all hinds of
Carbonated Beverages.
CROCKERY
GLASSWARE
CUTLERY
SILTOVARE
BAR GOODS
The  largest   hotels and  fittest
residences in B.C. were fur
nished by us throug-hout
WE1LER BROS.
VICTORIA. B. C.
TO A PARRITCH POT
Every    mornin'    when   suppin'    ma
parritch.
My liairt fills tvt gratitude,  sae  that
feel.
The world's been  neglectin'  her  best
benefactor,
The   wond-**rfu' Scot wha   invented
oatmeal.
Just   look   at   thae bairns, as they sit
roou.1 ihe table,
Enjoyin' their parritch an' milk  an'
.   oatcake.
They're growin' quite sturdy, an' soon
will be able
Their way in   this strug-glin'  world
for tae make.
It's food for the brain, an' it's good for
the muscle,
It   will   build   up  ye'r body   baith
healthy an' strong,
An' all  through  the hardest o'  life's
weary tussle
L'"rac youth tae auld age it  will  help
yae along.
Yac honor yet* pooif, inventors,   an'
statesmen,
Y'er lawyers, an' doctors, an'soldiers
sae braw;
But never a word, a' the big brawny
Scotchman,
That invented oatmeal, he's the best
o' them a'.
Then Scotchmen .that's scattered all
over creation,
Awake and respond tae ma'  fervent
appeal ,*'...'
A monument build  him,' befittin' the
nation, , ;
Tae the wonderftt' Scotwha invented
oatmeal.
Englishman's Three Gods
'The Englishman is the last man'
among civilized races to be an artist, a
musician, or a poet, but hi! is the first
to be a gentleman. An Englishman
thinks coldly, loves coldly and fights
coldly, but he gets there just the same.
There is always a fascinating smoothness about him, and he worships three
gods—his flag, his trade and his top hat.
Her Only Comment
" Here's an account of a woman who
committed suicide because her husband
had died," said Growells. as he glanced
up from his paper. "What do you
think of that ?" "I think," answered
Mrs.iG., '-that she married the one man
in about 1,000,000,000."
For a Bad Cold
If you have a bad cold you need a
^ood reliable medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to loosen and relieve it, and to allay the irritation and
inflammation of the throat and lungs.
The soothing and healing jirspertics of
this remedy aud the quick cures which
it effects make it a favorite everywhere.
For sale by J. L-*. White, Greenwood,
and A. F. Thomas, Midway.
AUCTION SALE
T INUBR THE POWJBR OI1' SALE CON-
'-' tain ed in a certain mortgage there will be
offered for sale by- Public Auction on the 7tli
clay of December, 1903, at 12 o'clock, noon, the
following property, namely: Lois No. 18 and
19, Block 7, Map 21, Greenwood. B.C. The sale
will be held at the office of Elkins & Hodges,,
Rendell block, Greenwood.
Terms of Sale—Ten percent of Ihe purchase
money at the time of sale, and balance in thirty
days thereafter. The sale to be subject to "a
reserve bid.
For further ii.irtlculars apply lo
EI,KINS & HODGES,
Apents, Greenwood, B.C.
Or to Macdoniim,, McMasikr & Gbaky, SI
Vongo street, Toronto.
NOTICE
Under the Railway Act of Canada
NOTICE IK HEREBY GIVEN* THAT
maps or plans, profiles and books of refer-
euce-of ;:the^oolistructed~railway~line> aad
brancbes thereof of the Columbia and Western
Railway company through the comity ot Tale,
and also of Hie proposed switch orsldinp.from
the said m-.iin line to the site of the converter
plant at tne .Bj-'C. Copper company's smelter at
Greenwood, li. C, have been diil.v filed in the
office of tlie Register of Deeds for the county of
Yale, as provided bv "Tlie Railway Act."
A.'M.  WHITESIDE,
Solicitor for the Coinmbia and Western Railway Company.
FOR SALE
Well Kiiuwn
640 ACRES
50 ACRES in Timothy and Grasses
100 Feet Hay and Cattle Sheds
35 Acres Hog Pasture, hog proof
fence, creek running through
YOUNG ORCHARD, just cording
into bearing.
BARNS all floored. ■'
UNLIMITED money in HOGS.
CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.
BERRIES j^row to perfection,
bringing S2 to $3 a crate.
UNLIMITED RANGE for horses
and cattle.
If you want rosy cheeks and a fat
purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation and the Boundary is positively
the best market id the world. This is
practically the BEST STOCK RANCH
in Southern British Columbia for the
money.
Inquire at TIMES office or
ST00KB BROS., 4 miles
Norvh of Midway,
Wakeful Children.
For a long- time the two year child of
Mr. P, I<." McPherson, 59 N. Tenth St.,
Hamburg-, Pa., would sleep but two or
three hours in the early part of the
night, which made it s'ery hard for her
parents. Her mothe- concluded that
the child had stomach trouble, and
ga^e her half of one of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets, which
quieted her stomach arid she slept the
whole nig-ht 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 NELSON
STOP  AT THE
HOTP1-.
The new manager J3. Tomkins
has made it the leading- hotel of
the Kootenays.
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.
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Comfortable Rooms.
Everything First Class-
THE SWAYNE HOUSE,
Silver Street,
Greenwood,
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THE NEW
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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
0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.
PURE  MILK   AND CREAM
Delivered Daily to any part
of the city.
TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE
Notice is hereby given that at tUc first meeting of the License Commissioners lor the city
of Greenwood, held after tha expiration of
thirty days from the date hereof, 1 snail apply
for a transfer to Cascadden & Donnelly, of the
license now held by rae for the "National
Hotel" on lots 18 and 19,block7 (map it) in the
city of Greeawood.
LOUIS BOSSHART.
Greenwood, B. C, October 6, 1903.
MINERAL   ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
"RICHELIEU" Mineral Claim, »itua» -i lite
Greenwood Mining- Dlvisic.i of Yale District. Where located : On Ndse Creek on
West Fork of Kettle River.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Halletl,
as agent for Wellington H. Craig,
Free Miner's Certificate No. B80223, and
William Wellington Craig.Free Miner'3Certifi-
cate No. B80222, Intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining crownprant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.
Dated thc30th day of October, A.D. 1903.
Jan. 30 1. H. HALLETT.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
ToPETEK McBRIDE, Pioneer Hotel, Green
wood, B.C.
You arc hereby required to take notice that
we. the undersigned, have caused to be done
and have paid for the whole of the assessment
work for the year ending May 14, 1903, on the
''Admiral'" mineral claim situate in Providence
Camp in the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale District and your are hereby required
to contribute yonr proportion of such assessment and of the costs of recording the Certificate of work, together with the costs of advertisement, amounting in all lo J35.62H which yon
have to pajr.
If you fail or refuse to contribute the last mentioned sum of S35.d2*£ as a foasaid } on r i nterest
in teesaid mineral claim shall, at the axpiration
of ninety days become vested in us.yoarco-ow-n-
ers, under the provisions of the Mineral Act
and amending acts.
Dated this 11th day of September 1903.
Hugh McKee
Thomas Hemmerlee.
MINERAL ACT-
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
rA/51-* Mineral Claim, situate in I lie Greenwood
Mining Division of YaleDistrict.
I Where located:— On Lost Horse Creek, Main
Kettle River.
[TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Reilly, Free
Miner's Certificate No. B6192S, George M. Ben-
liet, Free Miner's Certificate No. B5.S471, A.
Wegraw Free Miner's CertilicateNo B 55508and
Fleming Robinson Free Minor's Certilicace No
II 71395, intend, sixty days from the date hereof
to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certtfi-
fcate of Improvements, for the purpose of ob-
aining a Crowu Grant of this above claim.
!  And further take notice that section 37, must
be commenced  before the issuance of such Cer-
ttlicnte of Impiovements.
1   Dated this ninth day of Julv. 1903. A. f.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
'Lottie l'\" ".Sterlingham" and "Magnolia"
mineral claim, situate in the Kettle River
Mining Division of Yale District. Where
located: In Copper Creek Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I C.A. E. Shaw agent
for J. T. Feeiiey Free Miner's Certificate No.
1180142. and Win Earncy, Free Miiicr's Certificate N«. BfiS176, intend, sixty davs from the date
hereof, to apply to the wining kecorder for a
certificate ol Improvements, for the puoposc of
obtaining a crown r.rant of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, mubt be com nienced befo re the issu-
auceof such certificate of improvements.
Dated this 17 day of June, A. 11.1903.
MINERAL ACT-
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICK.
LANCASTER    Fractional    Mineral    Claim,
otherwise known as the Lancaster Mineral
Claim,:situate  "tn  the  Gceenwood Mining
Division of YaleDistrict.   Where located:—
In Deadwood Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Ha.lett, as
Agent for George Arthur Rendell, Free Miners'
Certificate No. B55246, intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the pur-
p.ise of obtaining a Crown Orant of the above
claim.
And 'itrtbe'r. lake  notice  that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.
Oated this 23rd dav of September, A. D., 1903.
I. H. HALLETT.
NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.
TO JEFF LEWIS: You are hereby required
to take notice that we, the undersigned, have
done and paid for the whole of the assessment
work for the years 1901, 1902 and 1903, on the
"Laura IJ" Mineral claim, situate near the Citv
of Phoenix, B.C., In-the Greenwood M.nnig
Division of Yale District, and yon arc hereby
required to contribnte your proportion of such
assessment, namely, one quarter or S25 on each
claim for each year, amounting to $100, which,
together with your share of the costs of recording, the costs" of this advertisement, make a
total sum of S86.87**2 which you have to pay.
Payment can be made to us personal!}- or to
our credit in the Bank of Montreal at Greenwood, B. C.
II j on fail or refuse to'contribute the last
mentioned sura of S86.87K as aforesaid your interest in the said mineral claims shall, at the
expiration of ninety days, become vested in
your co-owners who have made the required x
jieuditttre pro rata according to their former
interests.
Dated this 21st day of August, 1903. '
Bruce Craddock
Lbe Coombs.
MINERAL ACT 1896.
Certificate of Improvement.
. NOTICE.
" H ACKL A " mineral claim situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located: on Horseshoe Mountain.
TAKE NOTICE that we, Albert Edward
' Ashcroft, Free Miner's Certificate No. B.
55279,'and Nils E. Petersou.Free Miner's Certificate No. B 41710, Intend, sixty days from
the dale hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate or Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the
above claim.
And'farther take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the
issuance of such Certi ticates of Improvements.
Dated this 7th day of October A. D., 1903.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate, of Improvements,
"Suttnyside" Mineral claim, situate in the
Greenwood Mining Diyision of Yale District.
Where located -.—On Boundary Mountain,
about one and a half miles south of the Summit
Hotel, and west of and adjoining the Omaha
mineral claim.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Michael McBean,
Free Miners Certificate No. B.55,177, intend, sixtv days from the date hereof lo
apply to the Mining Recorocrfor a Certificate
of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining
a Crown Grant of the above claim
And further take notice that action, under
&>ct!OPJ^7.^m-'?st-be-"Commence'?—before "-'be
Usuancu ol such t;etti*i -ate of liupiovemet. *,.
Dated this 19th day of Junc.A. D., i903.
Sepl.3o
NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.
To W. E. McBOYLE and any person to
whom he may have transferred his interest in
the "Dakota" minerol claim, situate on Wallace
mountain in the Greenwood Mining Division of
Yale district and adjoining the "Logan" and
"Duncan" mineral claims.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
the sum of $102-50 to hold the said Dakota mineral claim under the provisions of the •'Mineral
Act" for the yeai ending 17th of August, 1903,
that you are required to contribute $51 25 as
your proportion ofthe said sum for yorr undc-
vlded one-half "interest in the said claim, and if
within 90 days from the first insertion of this
notice yot fill or refuse to contribute the said
sum of $51.25, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in the said Dakota mineral
claim will become the property of me, the subscriber, under section Four of an Act entitled
the "Mineral 1. cl Amendment Act, 1900."
Dated al Greenwood, B. C. the 26th dav of
August 1903.
Nov. 27. JESSIE M. MATHEISON.
MINERAL ACT.
Certificate of Improvements.
NOTICE.
ARCADIA ASTORIA and MORNING STAR
Mineral Claims, situate In the Greenwood
Mining Division of Yale District.
Where located:—The Arcadia and Astoria
mineral claims are located In Skylark Camp
and the Morning Star mineral claim is located
in Deadwood Camp.
TAKE NOTICE that I J. P. McLeod as agent
for Sidney Rosenhanpt Free Miner's Certificate
No. 55285," in lend, sixty days from the date hereof, to applv to lh& Mining recorder for Cert-
ficates 01 Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, mnst be commenced before the issuance of F-nch CcJtificate of Improvements.
Dated this 4th day of July, A. D. 1903.
J. P. McLeod.
THEjlMiAN RANK OF COMMERCE
With Whicti 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.
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PHONE 179
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Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines,  Narrow Cuage Locomo
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R.  P. WILLIAMS
AGENT, GREENWOOD, B.C.
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GRAND F0RKS,--PH0ENIX--GREENW00D
BAlIiY STAGE LINE.
Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.
LeavestGrand!Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.
Fare -Grand Forks §3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to
Greenwood SO cents.
Great Northern express rates  made known at office.
J. F. ROYER, Manager.
THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY
THE ELKHORN BREWERY
PORTMAN   & PORTMAN
Proprietors
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The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try
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AGENTS. GREENWOOD. ssgBes  THE   BOUNDAfc tf  CRJ3JEK   T1mi*,s  *~KKKMXK)0OO<KK)000<>**KKKXK)0OO  I LOCAL.   EXTRACT jjj  <H>00OO��OOOOOOO0O0OOOO0<KH>O  Many strangers were in tlie city this  week.  A. A. Crowston has returned from a  trip to the coast.  Men's Clothing- at Cost���The Htin-  ter-Kendrick Co., limited.  Who said Hunter Kendrick's were  ..elliiiL; off their men's clothing?  Jim Grier is now the chief push of  I -owry's new paper, the Poplar Nug-gfet.  Jurist; Leamy returned from a visit  to   Vanc-jtiver and   New Westminster.  E. W. Monk of the Hamilton Powder  i.-oriipaiiy was over from Nelson Lliis  week.  William A. McKay aud James Mc-  I<ean of Camp McKinney were visitors  this week.  N. C. Kydd and D. M. Kydd of  Himcoe, Ontario, are visitb-g' Greenwood this week.  The public schools of Grand Forxs  have been closed owing- to an outbreak  of scarlet fever.  Yesterday was American thanksgiving. It was also the opening day  ��f the provincial house.  Greenwood merchants are making  preparations for the Christmas and  JNTew Year holiday trade.  Oyster cocktail season is now iu full  blast, and .the lone oyster is working  overtime in Greenwood barrooms.  Kichard Vroman, who has been  visiting New York for the past seven  months, returned lo Greenwood last  Monday.  Ralph .Pittock, brother of Charles  Pittock, arrived iu Greenwood Wednesday from Sau Diego and will remain  all winter.  Billy Green and parly, who have been  minting in the Similkameen the past  mouth, returned to-town Tuesday with  ten deer and some small gaine.  Sandy Stewart, druggist at Eholt,  was in Greenwood Friday having the  -.plints removed from his shoulder that  was dislocated lliree weeks ago.  David McLaren, sou of Greenwood's  former chief of police, arrived in  luwn Tuesday I'rum the coast to accept  ci position iu J. L. White's drug store.  Mr. >S. Klaws is due iu Greenwood in  a little less than a month. As Santa  is a great reader the merchant who advertises his Christmas novelties will  catch his trade.  Thomas Hardy has secured a license  for his new hotel at Coleman, having  beaten the townsite company in its attempt lo prevent him from selling  liquor on property purchased from it.  Methodist church. J. D. P. Knox  pastor. The usual preaching services  will be conducted at 11 a. ni. and 7.30  j). in. by the pastor. Class meeting at  10.20 a. m,    Sunday school at 2.30 p. in.  The Greenwood Liberal association  meets in the board of trade rooms,  I-Jadeii-Flood block, tonight. A full  attendance is requested as it is the  antvual meeting and officers will be  elected.  Word has been received from Mickey  lilderinan, who left Greenwood last  - spring-to niakc^his-fortiine in Spokarie,=-  that he lost an eye last week from  blood poisoning and is now in the  hospital.  The associated boards of trade meet  in Kossland next Wednesday. The  Greenwood delegates in attendance will  be J. P. Myers-Gray, George K. Naden  and Duncan Koss. Along list of subjects has already beeu put upon the  order paper by the local boards.  John Prescott, an employee of the  Li. C. Copper company, had his eye  seriously injured by a hot blast last  week, William Mclntominy, who was  working at the Providence mine, met  with a similar accident, a piece of steel  penetrating the eye. Uoth are recovering slowly.  The Cosgiove orchestra will be at the  Auditorium ne.xl Wednesday night,  under the auspices of the Knights of  Pythias. Thib musical organization is  uue of the best traveling today. After  the concert a dance will be given, the  Cosgrovc orchestra of seven pieces  furnishing- the music.  H. T. Pcmberton, general manager  of the Montreal & Boston Copper company, is now on his way back from  Montreal where he consulted with the  directors of the company. They decided to keep two furnaces iu operation  during the winter arid install a third  furnace in early spring.  G. C. ' McLaughlin, who threw the  'P,. rnhii- Swi-ilc hist week, has returned  !<.. , iiv.-iiwi"��l, and will remain all  winter. Jack O'Neil of liholt. who  won the jumping' contests here on  Miners' Union day, wants a go with  Mac. So does Chris Mack uf Phoenix.  McLaughlin is arranging several  matches and intends lo have tlicin  pulled oft" in Greenwood. He has  opened up training quarters here and  to pass away the time, it is understood,  will train a liinitc.l number ol" pupils  to become future McLaughlins or  McLeods.  ESSE  Blake Wilson of P. Burns & Co.,  Nelson, spent the week iu the city.  There will be a number of marriages  blown in, in Greenwood, shortly.  H. S. Stoolfire, a Spokane attorney,  was looking over the boundless Boundary this week.  Even the elements showed their  contempt for the McBride administration, for on the opening day of the  provincial house it rained  The family of the late L. H. Wilbir  desire through the Times to thank all  those whose aid and sympathy were so  generously extended in , their sad  bereavement.  Santa Clans will not forget the school  children at Houiidary Falls this year.  He will be present at a Christmas tree  entertainment which will be given in  Smith's hall, Boundary Falls on Christmas eve. Au excellent program is  being arranged and a large crowd is  expected to see the children get their  Christmas boxes.  Tom Peickart, who is interested in  several claims on Poplar creek, re  ceived a box per express from those  diggings last Monday. Tom thought  the box contained the monthly cleanup of "nuggets" from his claims; but  on opening it the only thing, in sight  was a common ciay brick worth about  a quarter of a cent. Tom murmured,  "A joke is a joke; but this is no joke,"  as he handed over SI.SO for express  charges.  received from fhe other members of his  establishment, to maintain whom he  had resorted to the device of representing himself to Deacon Smith as a married man. Their willingness to help  him was so great that one and all were  anxious to personate the wife and to  forage for offspring.  Miss Martin and Miss Schon as  respectively the housekeeper aud Sally  the cook: very ably sustained their J��  parts, and the fun waxed fast and  furious when the gurdeue*', Jobion  (Mr. Nutter) with Hibernian -veal, but  little discretion, purloined a baby of  Ethiopian origin. The part of Deacon  Smith was played by one "to the manner born," and was a very artistic  piece of acting, as indeed was that of  Jobsoii who caused frequent roars of  laughter. Nor can we omil to mention  the part of Louisiana (Mr. O'Brien) the  negro mother of the abstracted baby  and her efforts to rescue her child from  the various children provided.  .. We do nol think il isau exaggeration  to say that those whu were present  witnessed one of the best dramatic  performances yet seen   in  Greenwood.  A good deal of credit is due to all the  workers who helped to make the event  so successful both in the afternoon and  throughout the evening.  i|rfciS-Sei&:*S-S-S&*Sil-:*S-ai��&-&e**��6;��6-��*.  JUST  TO   HAND  Standard Fraction  Work is progressing on the Standard  Fraction on Wallace mountain, west  fork of Kettle river. This property,  which is tlie eastern extension of the  Rambler, is owned by J. \V Nelson  and W. Rambo of Greenwood. At  present they are running a tunnel on  the lead. Yesterday Mr. Nelson received assay returns from an average  sample, which went S60.44 iu silver.  The vein is IS inches wide.  Winnipeg Shuts Down  The Winnipeg mine was closed down  last week. Financial difficulties were  the cause. It is understood that the  Bank of Montreal, Kossland, under  took to collect an old account against  the miue aud as funds were not available to meet this indebtedness and  continue operations, work had to be  suspended. It is understood arrange  meuts are being made to  pay the men.  A Musical Treat  The ladies, of the Konia.ii Catholic  Church are making arrangements for  the appearance here at au early date of  the celebrated Schobert Symphony  club and lady quartet of Chicago. This  is one of the very best companies on  the road and has received the highest  praise wherever they appeared. The  date of their appearance here will b'-  announced later. The Daily News of  Denver has this to say 'regarding the  company: "It is rarely, indeed, that  Denver is favored with such vocul  execution aud instrumental as well.  When it is said that the work of the  quartet is beyond criticism and the  other performances the work of pro  fessionals, the truth is told. It was a'  rare privilege, thoroughly appreciated  by the audiencerto-listen to^the^wonderful voices of the quartet iu their  harmonious blending and surprising  range, and there was not a number ou  the program but secured an encore."  CHURCH OF ENGLAND  Entertainment  at   the   Auditorium  Last Night a Success  Yesterday afternoon aud evening the  annual bazaar and sale of work, etc.,  in aid of the general fund of St. Jude's  was held in the Auditorium, There  was a fair attendance and the day was  successful.  The children appeared both afternoon  and evening in various dances, and  were most artistically dressed. Indeed  we think that three or four of the costumes would be very hard to beat.  Their performance seemed to give a  great deal of pleasure and they were  most enthusiastically received.  Light refreshments were served  by the ladies during the day.  The refreshments were looked  after by Mrs. Elkius; the children's  stall by Mrs. C. Ai,. Shaw; the candy  and flowers of Mrs. McMynn, and the  general stall by Mrs. Robert Wood,  president of the ladies' guild, and  others.  A very laughable comedy in three  acts, entitled "A Family Affair," was  performed during the evening, which  was greatly appreciated by ihc audience. Too much praise cannot be  tendered to F. McLaine for his excellent stage managing-, and the pains he  took in making it s'> great a success.  The dilemma in which Dan Gillespie  (Mr. Buruside) was placed when sud.  denly called upon to provide himself  with a wife and child upon the visit of  his guardian, Deacon Smith (C. Jan-  nionl to whom lie had hitherto represented himself, fur pecuniary reasons,  as a Benedict, ��js excellently portrayed, as was aiso the amusing but  decidedly  embarrassing assistance  he  Curlers' Bawbees  Following is the annual statement  of the treasurer of the Greenwood  Curling club :  Balance from season 1901-2 $ 11 77  Initiation fees from 57 members 570 00  Assessments from 40 members..   60 00  Large Range of Elegant  Boxes of  In all the Latest Shades  Prices from 35c to $4  COLES & FRITH  Successor lo J. L. Coles.  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  M  AND..  "S&&&&#&ai2��&i3&��iS9��&"<5��&��tS@1  &  Sf Sf if Sf Sf Sf If JO f? JP JP IP Sf Jf? JO Sf JP-  S641 77  Kent of city hall for meeting . S 2 50  J. C. Robertson,   for report on  building :       5 00  Eight pairs curling stones    176 15  Fee     for. Kootenay   yCurling  Association       5 00  Tally board      6 00  Kootenay  Curling   Association  assessment     10 25  Rent of rink, season 1902-3  420 00  Extra Hood on   rink...       3 00  Brooms, etc           11 55  Express    .   1 00  Balance in bank       2 32  Total..  ...$641 17  Better Than a Plaster  A piece of flannel dampened with  Chamberlain's Pain Balm aud bound  lo the afflicted parts is superior to any  piaster. When troubled with lame  back or pains in the side or chest give  it a trial aud yoii are certain to be more  than pleased with the prompt relief  which it affords. For sale by * J. L.  White, Greenwood" and A. F. Thomas,  Midway.  Business Locals  Do you use B \:c Ribbon Tea ?  Orders for cut flowers of all kinds  received at Munroe's.  Freuch Fruit Pudding just received  ���from Toronto at Munroe's.  Wanted���By a Japanese boy; any  house work.    Apply P. O. box 85.  Very choice assorted French candied  fruits just received at Munroe's.  Modern Dressmaking���The Misses  Leveque, next door to Times office.  The finest assortment of Robertson  and Lowney's chocolates just received  at Munroe's.  The best assortment of genuine Briar  pipes, 'Peterson's famous make, at  Yuill's, Copper street.  ���-We-would call-attention-to -our-green  and black teas; also some fine cookies  aud gum, and man}' kinds of candies,  at the South End Grocery.  HORSESJSTRAYEB.  Strayed on my premises, Boundary  Fa-Is, the following described horses ;  One White Mare, g right  stifle.  One Black Horse, S left  stifle.  One Sorrel Horse, roached  mane and sorrel top, A left  shoulder.  One Chesnut Mare, blotch  brand left shoulder.  Unless the same are claimed within  30 days and expenses for keep and  advertising paid the same will be sold  lo the highest bidder.  A. CASTLEMAN,  Boundary Falls.  Dated November 26, 1903.  S.BARRY YU. ILL  FOR SALE  CHEAP  Seven-Roomed  Cottage   on  Lot 50 x 300.   Exceptional  bargain.   Electric fixtures 1ft  and water.   Apply ��� ���' -w  '. W. MCLAINE ��  Real Estate and Insurance  Cupper Street,      -      -      Greenwood  JP ��P ��P JP JP JP JPiJP JP JP JP IP SP JP JP JP JP  1'KAC'l'lCAI.       WATCHMAKKK    '  AND  JKWKI.I.KK.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD*  TRY THE NEW  0  B  nn si  OPEN   ON  9999999999999999999999999999999999&9999999999*99991H>9  ft  a  9  9  9  9  ft  a  9  9  9  9  9  9  ft  0  9  9  9  9  9  ft  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��  ��  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��  ���ft  *  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9Q9V9$9#��tt9999#99999<t&a9<iiti<lX&a9aPa9&99*t##999tlt��99099999  MALLARD  BUCKS  JtfST   RECEIVE��   AT   P. Burns t���� Co.  REASONABLE  PRICES ..'.���������������.���  GALLOWAY  BROS.  PHONE  NO. 7  Goods   delivered   to   all   parts  of the .city. : :'  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST -.  Naclati-I**loud Uloclc, Grccinvuud, B. C.  OOO OOOCK>000000000000<>000<>0  CATCH  COLD  EASILY ?  A Goo* Preventative Is a Chest  Protector. They protect the limps  from sudden changes in temperature,  and permit the wearer lo sit in  draughts almost without 'impunity.  Wc know people* who would not be  without them, and who say that they  NEVER cateh cold while wearing  them. We have Chest Protectors of  chamois, llanncl lined, and of medicated llanncl in several styles, and  in sizes from that lor small infants  to those lor larijc men and women.  J. L. WHITE  Druggist   -     -       Greenwood  o ck;<>*>o<>o<>o<>o<>o^>ooooo<>ooo<>6  ���.D0 YOU WANT AN...  Cut and Made by Experienced Tailors   FROM,,,,, ^ ';  BRITANNIA,    >       TIDAL WAVE  ROYAL NAVY,      '       IMPERIAL, }  TRAFALGAR  COWE'S     ENGLISH     WORSTEDS  IF YOU DO THEN CALL AND SEE  WILSON,  OPPOSITE    POSTOFElCE  -^^-2-v: THE :-^%^~���  IHIllii  . Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  |5p  MEALS AY ALL HOURS:  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEE  *  Charles R, Pittock,  *  h.  y  y  y  y  y  f  J  %  I 'U 1.11/M.I i HII/U  DEALERS IN  5  J ���'  ' LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ?    COPPER* STREET,  ��    A  <&.>S<��I~!��>��><*^~><~X~JmX^  GREENWOOD.  a��0tt#*��#-i��#&$#��i��-a*'-��*a-��#a^  | Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.'        g  9        ' 1  '.'���   ���** ��� ���"!"��������  ft  ft  a  a  9  9  9  a  I FINANCIAL f MINING AGENTS J  a -ft  a 9  a ��� ��� _ ���  : ;   ...   '  .      ��  * ���''���'.���  1   MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  f  |   ��� CHASED   OR DEVELOPED. '    f  �� ��  ����������#������ll|l##��.'S��S3l��<l����#W��0������M����#0��  ���jpj^^j?^a?j?iPtf"j-?��Ps?j*rj?*p8*?.K* ^j-rsPse*s��*j*f*j*,stf'js,jp*s,js,j���,j��,i��,*|ftP  sftfs?i?tfsfs?if*ff?sris'*'7ft?7?sf y^X^j-w'MJt-j* jt j��  %*,  *to  TO  TO  *�����  TO  TO  TO "  TO  TO  TO  TO  *A  TO,  TO  TO  Greenwood  Jwicmor Company  * ^ <r Pabst and  Aft  -**��  V*  **���  * * % ��a!gary Beer, S  R GRIEGER, Manager. g

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