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 V  }  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20.  1903.  No.  12  -COMPANY, LTD.  LARGE PROFITS  And NEVER returns  Too  -w���    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 freiyin.   Quality and price be in? eaual you will  surely give your home stores the preference.;:  Two " Clocks-Stoppers " in Shoes  Bell's No. 326--Ladies' Dongola Walking Shoe, slightly extended  sole, Goodyear welt, >V Cuban heel, enameled tip, reg*ular$S....$4-00  Bell's No. 894--Ladies' Dongola Walking* Shoe, extension sole, .#  Cuban heel, Goodyear well, regular $4.50 $4-.00  The above are this season's styles  Head Shawls  Ask to see the popular Umbrella  Shawl. Also Shetland Floss for  making shawls and fascinators. We  are offering this per box of sixteen  skeins  for.. .....$1  Combs arid 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    DEPARTMENT  Sleighs and Cutters  We are offering   our  entire stock  of Studebaker   Sensible  Bobsleighs (sizes 2 to S) and  Portland  Body  Cutters  at cost.   JThis  includes three kinds of Cutters,   if desiringr anything in this line  we make it to your interest to place the order with us.  .THE    BIG   STORE.  t *  *->*'*'-M-*^:-'--to&^^  3!  Russell-Law-Caulfield  COMPANY,   LIMITED  SAVE 30 TO 50 PER CENTI  ' * yy--y"v-"      y :*  You can save from Thirty to Fifty* per cent on MEN'S %  CLOTHING, HATS AND CAPS, SHOES AND FUKN- &  ISHINGS, at our SPECIAL BARGAIN SALE. *  f * ��  Extra Values in Men's Underwear      \  We also have a full Hae of LADIES' OVERSHOES- Y  % AND RUBBERS, which we will sacrifice as we do not intend' *���!���  I   carrying these lines. X  Goods must be sold to make room for new arrivals. ��������  2  MONEY    SAVED    IS    EASY    MONEY    MADE  f  ���& }.  ���;��;mK��>0^^>^^X~H--*-'X-*<><>*0-**^  ,vH*,<--*-*'H->*>><'><*-*<'*<~>-,X^  Y  \  X  !  t  Y  X  Y*  i  i  ?  ?  ���?  t  y  f  f  ��  X  RAILWAYS  4ND KIDS  Increasing in the Growing  City of Greenwood  I. H RIGHT OF  For Converter   Spur���More    Seats  for Youngsters  Isn't It A Nobby One  ���^.C*****'*'******--^^^  Active and bona lide railway construction has been begun in Greenwood, The line of railway is not the  V. V. & E., nor the Midway & Vernon,  nor the Coast-Kootenay. It is merely  a modest spur from the.C. P. R main  line to the B. C. Copper company's  converter plant which is shortly to be  erected. ".Atuhc regular meeting* of the  city council on Monday evening* at  which Aldermen Bannerman, Gulley,  McKenzie, Bunting and Ross were  present, the British: Columbia Copper  company made application for a right  away across Glenwood, Sutherland and  Smelter streets.1 Mr. Keffer, the com-,  pany's manager, explained the objects  of this railway. He stated it would be  1000 feet in length and would leave the  C. P. R. main line,near the Washington street bridge and would cross the  said streets lo their converter building.  W.'P. Tierney, the Nelson contractor,  had the contract for the work and he  expected to begin work immediately.  It was extremely import:i.ut that the  spur should be completed without delay  as their steel converter was now on the  way from the factory and would reach  here iu a few weeks. They were desirous of hauliug,the cars loaded with,  the steel for "the building directly to tlie  smelter site. The grade of the spur  would be the same.as that of the streets  and the company was,:prepared to enter  into an agreement to maintain necessary crossings. The council granted  the necessary permission subject to a  bylaw which will protect the city's  interests, ,���'.���.���:������:���:���. ...*������:*.���;- ���'.:      ��� .  .'.*  Besides railway construction there  are other indications that these are  growing otimes in. Greenwood. The.  school population is rapidly increasing  with the results that the trustees lind  it. necessary to secure additional seats  to accommodate the youngsters who are  thirsting for knowledge. The council  were asked to provide the necessary  fundsto buy--30-braud-=new��� seats-for  Greenwood's rising generation and the  aldermen were so pleased at this  material evidence of substantial progress the necessary appropriation was  made without opposition. Inciden tall y  the trustees gave notice of their intention to pay the teachers' salaries  commensurate with the important work  they are undertaking. The principal  is to get $100 per month and the assistant $60 per mouth. As this is a matter  for next year's councils the application  was referred to the municipal solons  for 1904.  The fire department, believing that  cleanliness is next to godliness, are  busy fixing up their home in the city  hall. No well appointed home is complete without a modern bathtub'of the  latest improved Bishop type and the  council were ;iskcd to assist the lire  laddies in their good work by providing  the bath. As the department has been  most modest in its demands during the  year iti all probability the boys will  enjoy the luxuries of a bath tub.  A bylaw was passed by the council  buying a small piece of land near the  Presbyterian church, which will be  used for a street and thus obviate the  necessity of cutting through a mountain of rock which is on the street line  laid down by the geometrical genius  who platted the townsite.  The city is the proud possessor of  a  bell.    So zealous was it of this beautiful piece of sounding mechanism  that  it   was   jealously encased   in  a closed  tower thai   ornaments   the   municipal  bui.'diug.    To enjoy its sweet tones   it  I ii necessary lu wander up  to  the   city  j hall and strain the auditory nerve.   As  | the primary object of a town hell  is  to  Jcall lireuieii to duty, the tower  will   be  raised so that its sounds may reach the  remote parts of this growing city.   The  ! work   will  be done by  B. Lantier,  a  ! carpenter, good and true, who  for the  : sum of 540 guarantees that  the  clanging of the bell  will be so  penetrating  that even W. S. Graham  at the south  end grocery will know when tnere is a  fire up town.  WILSON ELECTED  Returned  in  Nancouver   Wednesday  by a Largre Majority  Vancouvi-k, November 18.���The  McBride government rejoice tonight  in a temporary reprieve, attorney-  general Wilson being re-endorsed by a  majority of 971 over captain J. Duff  Stuart in the bye-election here. A  total vote of 4699 was polled, somewhat less than on the third of October,  when.Wilson secured 2851 cud Stuart  1881 votes,  !: Thevictor'y is taken with becoming  modesty. As to how it happened both  parlies are a trifle dazed. Undoubtedly  the sanguine Liberals made a mistake  in counting labor as a natural ally, for  the latioi* vote proved Conservative, if  anything*, rather than being evenly  divide^.  Agaju, as J. A. Macdonald, the  Liberal leader, said iu addressing a  packed meeting of the vanquished, the  Liberal organization had been imperfect, and, in consequence, the masses  of.* this community, who could not be  induced to attend public meetings, did  not comprehend the new and important  issues *of the hour.  . Vancouver Liberals feel that they  were right in standing for the principles at'stake, and their loss in a good  cause will not prove vain. They will  begin" reorganization tonight for an  anticipated early general election.  Wrestling Match  The wrestling match between John  Olson, champion of Anaconda, B. C,  and George C. McLaughlin, champion  of several small villages, for $200 a  side, was pulled off at the Auditorium  last night before an audience of about  250. Previous to the big event Kid  Parker and Bones had a four-round go  with the gloves, and after some lively  if misdirected sparring the referee declared both of them winners. Then  Parker and Robei rs turned a few flip  flops.' After this a sport from Grand  Forks came to the front of the lights  and announced he had $50 to bet on  'McLaughlin. ' The : amount. was  covered, and then the main guys were  led : forth to the : slaughtering mat.  Olson stripped looked as if he had seen  better days, while McLaughlin did not  carry an ounce of surplus flesh.  Danny Dean of Phoenix was then  chosen referee, and later on announced  time. The gladiators shook hands,  and in a minute Olson shook the house  by being thrown to the mat with such  force by a Dutch-Irish flip; Olson then  bridged himself; but with a left-handed,  double-action, ball-bearing, thumbscrew, Mack rolled the Swede over and  won the fall in three minutes by  Munn's Wat'erbury watch. After teu  minutes rest they came together,  Olson.secured-a-furnace-hold, but Maclc-  made a flying switch and placed Olson  square on his back in two minutes.  And the big wrestling match waa  finished.  Those Horrid Sox.  At a big'fire in Little Rock a young  woman kept getting in the way of the  firemen, when one of them exclaimed:  "If you don't get out of the way, I'll  turn the hose on you." Blushingly,  the damsel replied: "If you just wait  I'll turn them myself when I get home.  I was excited so I didn't notice which  way 1 put them on."  ANOTHER  DEAL  Bank of England Claim at Phoenix  Under Lease and Bond  An important deal was made last  Saturday for a promising mining claim  in Phoenix camp, which means the adding of another to the list of active  mines in the Boundary, with the beat  of prospects for the future of the mine.  The properly in question is the Bank  of Eugland. lying in the eastern part  of the camp, but one claim removed  from the Snowshoe. The Bank of  England has beeu taken on a lease aud  bond by W. W. Carter, who has been  in the Boundary for several years, the  amount of money involved being  $20,000. The vendors arc Robert  Wood, F. K.' McMann and Walter  Forster of Greenwood.  Mr. Carter already has a small force  of men at work on the Bank of England, and finds the mining an easy  proposition, it having been unnecessary so far to use any powder, the ore  being soft and yielding readily to pick  and shovel. Arrangements are being  made for a test shipment to one of the  Boundary smelters, from which no  doubt, from assays made repeatedly,  good results will be obtained. When  shipping is started the force of men at  the property will be increased.  The Bank of England was located in  February, 1896, by James Marshall,  at present au hotelkeeperand alderman  of Phoenix. After doing but one  assessment Mr. Marshall sold thcclaim  to Mr. Wood and associates.  Making Ice  Jack Frost has been exceedingly  kind to enthusiastic curlers and  skaters this week. He came to the  Boundary wi th a rush and began  doing business without any frills. The  article furuished by this enterprising  gentleman was such as to make the  mercury get down several points below  zero. Joe' Williamhurst, who has  taken the.skating rink for the season,  got in, some good licks making ice and  expects to have the rink ready for the  bkatcrs early-������i!e;rt*~-,i'*ibfc'i;��--*;*!?*!ie- curlers  were a little slow in beginning, but  good progress has been made and they  expect to have the roaring game roaring before the end of the month.  A Doggone Fact.  At the Interstate Fair recently held  at Spokane the ore exhibit made by the  Greenwood Board of Trade captured the  first prize for the exhibit of a district  display of copper, silver and gold ores.  The honor was entirely unsubstantial,  however,consisting of a highly colored  card���no diploma, no cash. So much  of the fair's money had presumably  "gone to the dogs" that none was left  for-the-mining-exhibits,- although-it  had cost the Board of Trade much  money to take part in the fair. The  fair management had provided rewards,  three each, in 202 classes of dogs, a  total of 606 prizes, but was too poor or  too indifferent to provide anything substantial for the mining industry.���  Seattle Times.  Cosgroves All Right  Feknik, November 20.��� [To George  F. Dougherty, Greenwood.]���The  Cosgrove company played here  two nights. The fihest concert-orchestra ever heard here.���II. BknTi.kv.  This Is a Pick Up  Do you  want  the news of the  approaching session free?   Subscribe for  the Victoria Daily Times for 1904  aud  receive the paper free until the end of  this year.   This offer  is  for cash in-  , advance subscribers to  the daily  (S5)  i or the twice-a-weeek (Si.)    Full and im-  I partial reports, half-tone cuts of mem-  I bers,   cartoons  and    corridor   gossip.  Four page colored  comic supplement  every Saturday.    Remit to the Times,  Victoria.  THE HOUSES  ARE FULL  Greenwood's Empty House;  Are Now Tenanted  ti  Demand for Comfortable Houses b:**  Permanent Residents  Empty   houses  are  not pleasant  to  look upon, but they are a sure   indication that good   times   have  departed.  Greenwood     had     numerous     empty  houses a  few   mouths ago;   today  th'  agent's, lot is not a particularly  happ**  one.   He is daily   being besieged b;. '  tenants who want houses aud all he ha  to offer the appli-a.nts is a few shack*,  that   were   not   built   to  keep out tin  cold.    All the habitable  houses   iu thv  city are now occupied, and the same is  true of Anaconda, Greenwood's  prelt;   -  suburb.    The influx of people carne no'  with   a   blare   of   trumpets,  and   few  realized that Greenwood  was growiur  so   rapidly  until  their attention   wa.  called to the fact by some one wanting  a house to live in.    A few months ag*  anyone having a knowledge of the city*  could direct a house seeker lo  a dozen  places   suitable   to live  in; today th.;  old-time resident wakes  up   lo  realizt;  the fact that the empties are  all   H lie. *'���'..  and tha' he must refer the seeker afte, .  after information to those whuse   business it is to rent houses.  The population of Greenwood is not  as large as ii* was three years ago, but  it is more permanent. Three'.years'  ago the hotels .*. and Jjlock-y-w*^;* *.'��� j jlleU ;  by"mcfuyvho^nJliere1 totjay-Auiigoii*-!:''  tomorrow; today the houses arc fillet'  with families whose breacl-winnerr  have decided to make Greenwood lliei..  home. The changed conditions arr*.  partly due to the development of the  high grade properties -immediately '  surrounding town. Milling these narrow veins is preferable to . working iij  glory holes, and mining men with  families are always anxious to get  work where they can live iii a town and  send their children to school. The  Providence, Elkhorn, E. P. U. una  Goldfinch are employing so many of  these men, that the busy editor and a  few others who get up early in the  iMomjng,_see^^undaulxm  fact that Greenwood is developing into  a dinner bucket town.  And increased development at tho  two smelters has had its effect oi;  Graeuwood. The majority of the mci..  at Boundary Falls live there but a few  made their homes in Greenwood. Th".  B. C. Copper company's smelter bein^*  in the city its employees all made thei;*  home here and in Anaconda.  There is now a good opportunity foi  the investor. Lots can be purchased  at a reasonable figure and if comfort  able cottages were erected thereon they  would immediately command a goo^  rental. This will be particularly tru<  next spring when the cry for '���house.-  to rent-' will be louder than at present.  Greenwood is growing. 11 is n'ov  nearly as large as it was iu the palmy  days of 1899 and all conditions point U-  fact that the present growth is not  spasmodic, but will continue unti  Greenwood become.-, not only the mining smelting, financial and commerci'i.  centre of the Boundary hut the larges,  city in the interior.^  Y  Y  Y  Y  ���>  Y  X  ?  Y  Y*  >e  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  X  j.  m.><m.:.<.��:'..X"X��^  Boundary Ore Shipments,        f  Grauby Mines   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Oro Denoro      Brooklyn   Morrison    R. Bell    Ennna   Winnipeg  Golden   Crown  .  Athelstan and Jack Pot.  King Solomon .     .  No. 7      *-'.   .  City of Paris      Jewel   Elkhorn    Providence   15. P. V. Mines   Miscellaneous   Total Tons ....  1900  64  533  **>  340  VJ  444  297  150  1  1  070  250  200  ���y  000  100  3  99  230  730  1901  ZM 862  99 548  47 .ril7  I 731  800  150  .SGO  <.SO  010  32.**.  ���S90  1902.  Week.  1903  310 601  11 666  32S 526  141 326  2 900  m s64  14 727  19 36.5  ?M  800  1 740  70 086  8 010  27(1  l.S 443  720  11 .S36  3 339  7 900  80<!  Y6  196  78c,  120  Z  480  .90  3 760  389 618  .V>2  2 175  172  507 81*1  213  910  107  18 45(>     5.*-6 :-.r'9  ��~:~x~:-:~:~:*-^^ ma   tfOUNDARy   CRti��K   TIMEJS  raw-- ������****  1A New Meat Market I  0    -***  Head Offiee: GREENWOOD, B.C.  DRESSED  MEATS,   FISH,   GAME  AND POULTRY.  Simps al McLeod. Alia., (Ireenwuod, Phoenix  and   CIr.-iml  Km'ks. I!. C  ����.      'I'llOIK-  ��**-.   No. 20.  The Union Meat Company 1  ^iiiiiiaiiaiiiiiiiiuuaiaiiuiuuiiiaiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaia^  Cbe  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Triday  Duncan  K'os.s Ma.naoi.m*.-ICditoI'  SUIiSCKIl'TIONS IN ADVANCE.  l'lCK    VK.18    Six "Months  ....  To   FuKKKiK   COL'.NTKII-'S   ..* 2 00    1 'ii  .    . 2 50  FRIDAY,   NOVICMJiICK   20  I-103  CHANCE FOK LIBERALS  'Even with the return of Hon.  C. Wilson, attortiey-g-eneral, it is  .scarcely probable that the McBride government can live  through the session. The electors are not particularly anxious  I'or another general election, but  as there appears to be no other  way of securing* stable government iu this province, the sooner  the election is held the better.  The result largely depends upon  the showing made by the Liberals  under the leadership of J. A.  Macdonald. Today the people  look to Mr. Macdfmaid to lead the  province out ol' Ihe slough of  financial depression. If that  cotiiidcirce 'which the people  generally have in his leadership  is strengthened during the sitting  of.the legislature which opens on  Thursday next, the Liberals will  sweep the country in the next  general election. Mr. Macdonald  is an il'n tried man, but his friends  aud supporters will be disappointed il" he does not prove a  successful leader and a true  statesman. He has all the qualifications necessary to give this  province good government and he  is loyally supported by members  who easily excel their opponents  in ability "aiid devotion to the  best interests ol" the province.  With a premier, who in flic many  years he has been in tlie legislature, has shown no marked ability  as a leader or a statesman and  with that, premier supported by  several ol" the old gang, there is  really no excuse for the Liberals  in the legislature if they do not  strengthen themselves with the  electorate. We do not believe  that it is impossible to secure  good government from the Conservatives, but we are fully convinced that good government is  im possible under Mr. McHride  and his present supporters.  The Liberals have a splendid  opportunity and they arc sure to  make the most of their advantages.  SEEKING   INCORPORATION  Fernie aud Cranbrook are both  clamoring       for     incorporation.  Both   arc   busy,   hustling  towns  and have reached such proportions  that  there   are   many   requisites  which are evidently impossible to  secure without municipal government.    There is no  good   rea.v.n  whv incorporation shn,;id  not   be  secured by ihe:.-,e two towns.    The  evils do  not  lie   in incorporation*  itself,    but   rather    iu    the     bad  municipal      government      which  usually     follows     incorporation.!'  Should these towns   be   incorpor-j  atcil,   I hey should   profit   by   the!  experiences   oi  other   ambitions-  cities. It is so easy to start out  wrong; it is so easy to pile up a  bonded indebtedness and squander  money on non-productive works;  it does not require any great  municipal statesmanship to sow  the wind; but the whirlwind  which must neecssaril}* be reaped  in later years is sure to give a  great deal of worry and anxiety  to those whose duty it is to meet  a too heavy municipal debt and  an impaired credit. New cities  should avoid getting into debt as  much as possible and should turn  a deaf ear to the wily promoter  who is after municipal franchises,  and thus destroy the chief source  of revenue.  EDITORIAL    NOTES.  Conservatives have very- high  opinions of Richard McBride.  Here is what the Rossland Tory  Miner thinks of the .premier:  " It is not without some interest  that wc await the speech from  the throne that Hon. Richard  McBride will have to prepare for  the opening of the legislature on  November 2... It is a foregone  conclusion that it will come as  near meeting, the desires of tlie  people and the requirements of  the province as' the chuckle-  headed productions of ex-Premiers  Turner and Prior on similar occasions in the past. We say this  Avithottt the slightest fear of successful contradiction because it is  an impossibility for men with intellects like those possessed by  McBride aud his colleagues to  rise to the necessary height of  statesmanship. It will, however,  be interesting because of its  shortcomings.  Byron E. Walker, general  manager of the Bank of Commerce, says "that the Liberal  ueAvspapcrs of the province, the  decent ones at least, . should siq*-  porr'tlie" McBr��� icle''���"goYeTmncnlT"*  All the Liberal newspapers, (excepting the Vancouver Province)  in British Columbia are decent,  and that's the reason they are not  supporting the McBride administration.  From' el1 stern Conservative  sources word comes that the  federal elections arc to be held  about the end of January. It  may be a good guess, but consider  iug the source the announcement  can be nothing * more than a  guess.  At Spokane the clerks in the  law courts are kept as busy liling  applications for divorce as the  clerks in the license factory are  in granting marriage licenses.  So far this month Judge Ken nan  has granted 22 divorces.  The Nelson board of trade is  anxious to give Joe Chamberlain  a boost at the annual meeting'of  the associated boards. It would  be wiser to allow the Britishers  to Jiglit their own political battles.  Next Thursday is American  Thanksgiving Day. It has been  an unthankful year for Uncle  Sam���strikes, lockouts, railroad  accidents, murders,  and failures.  lynch in gs.  The old system of stuffing* the  ballot box is too slow for the  McBride government. They steal  the whole box.  Charles Wilson is now in a  position to further use the  machinery of the law to prevent  justice being dune in Fernie.  Vancouver  would rather   have  two  cabinet    ministers   than   be  right.  oooooooooooooooooooo<k>oo<h>  6  0  A PIPE  CINCH  A Hoggish Process.  Al the May l.iiii.ly minc in Mono  I'oiinly, Cilit'urni.i, a unique idea h.is  been put lo pr.ioli*:,il iihc with salisfac  lory pci'inii.iry result.-,, according lo it  'ivport in the Gardiicrvillc Kccurd. 11  is well known, to I hose who have ever  vi.-ilL-d a iiiiiiini;* plant iu operation,  that as thi! tailings or slums leave the  stamp mill they are allowed to run into.  !a pond, commonly called u slum pond,  and in drying* become '���xeocdiiigly compact. Before treatment by cyanide lo  recover tlie small percentage of (���old  they contain, they must be ploughed.,  iu order lo loosen them, and allowed to  dry. This, of course, requires the services of teams and teamsters. Iu  places situated as the May Lundy is,  the price of hay is quite an item. To  do away with this needless expense the  management.of the mine conceived the,  id</a of purchasing* about forty head of  swine, scattering their feed ou the tailings and allowing the willing hogs to  root for it. In this manner at nominal  expense the tailings arc thoroughly,  loosened and dried. This, we believe,  is the, only plant in the West using this  simple but hoggish process.  Not a lcaH  pipe cineh:   bui  we '��atv. ��**:  ** **^ ���'.I'..!-*.-*.'  cinch on smoker-***' utensils in Greenwood camp. We i-arry every kind, from  tlie Iiipli-priced Mcercltauni lo the low-  priced clay dab. Also tlie finest brands  ��� of   Smoking   and   Chewing   Tobaccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full linr n( ihe best Imported and  Ptiuicslii: Ciirai s. Try "cm before they  Kti up in smoke. We do not carry  snioke'i'ss i:ii;iii's.    Drop  in   ami   see us.  M. A. KING & CO  Smokers' Outfitters  Copi-KK -ST.,    -    GREENWOOD  ���CK>,->0<KK3^<>0<>0<>0<>0<><><WX>0<><K>6  E. W. BISHOP  Spent Over $2000 Doctoring  Mr. Joseph Pominville of Stillwater,  Minti., 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 1/iver Tablets. He did i:0 aud is a  well man today. For sale by J. L*.  White, Greenwood, and,.A.*F. Thomas,  Midway.  Tonkin Goes East  .1. II. Tonkin in an interview'with a  representative of thel-Vrhie Free Press  ou Thursday slated that-he had resigned his position as manager for the  Crow's Nest Coal company owing to  differences between himself and -the  directorate. Owing to the sudden  change he had as yet not been able to  complete his plans for the future but  he believed those plans would include  the departure of himself and family  to the east. He expressed regret at  leaving Fernie, for the citizens of  which he entertained nothing bill the  kindliest feelings.  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. In almost every instance a.  coki 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 andults and,  children like it. Buy il and you will  gel the best. It always cures. For  sah'. by J. Iv, White Greenwood and  A. F. Thomas Midway.  ���-Tents,-Cuius and-spoi'lini;���g<,ods -for  ale or rent.    O. I. C. 2nd liancl store.  ^CANMlSi/lNl'yyy  ��� ..RAILWAY...  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.  Lowest rate  East.  West.  Winnipeg  Vancouver  Toronto.  Victoria  Ottawa,  Seattle  Montreal  Portland  New York.  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.  Settler*' Rates Westbound, sold daily  ill   ovemberoO  Through bookings  to   England and  the Continent via all S. S. lines.  For complete information and further particul.u s  apply  to local agents or  E.  K.  REDl-ATil,  Agent,  (j recti wood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G F.A., Vancouver U.P.A. Meison  STEAMFif TING, HOT  WATER HEATING  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  antced,  Nadeu-Flood Block,  Greenwood  KK*^XK'��Xm><^Km.>��>^m.>^><>0<  .;.*.;��:..:��:-.<k,'X"J~m<-��w��,k��,J'>��X":  -S,  Wilson Bros.,  and  Stewart's  &boeolaf e$ *<��  3ust arrived*  A Large assortment of  ISnglish Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  ft* B: Iftunr$e  Copper Street.  NOTICE  N��*ticc is lien-by jfiven tliat sixty days after  <l.ite I intend to apply lo the Cliicf Commissioner oi Lands ami Works for permission to  purchase the following' described land: Com-  ni.-nciiij** at llir southeast corner of lot .VTo.  iMOiip 1. 'Jsoyoos division of Yale district,  ilience west **M chains, thence south 3' chains,  tlu-iice east 20 chains, theuce north 20 chains lo  point of itonoiier.cement.  KAM'IJ    SMAIU'S.  Daltd tin*. 15tli day ul October, l'AIJ. ocjO  'fflrjiin, ii  QlpiCrflC Our line is extensive, substantial, durable and neat.  t-JlvlgLlld* Prices speak for themselves. Boys' Coasters���Bob,'  10x32 inches, 6Sc; Victor, spring steel runner, 10x32. $1.25; Arrow,  ���spring; steel r.uuner, 1.1x36, Si.SO; Racer, spring steel runner, 15x44,-  5*2.25; all :teel coasters, 13x35, $2.50 to $5. Children's Sleigh���With  routid post kiiees, 30x11, SI; with bent knees and braces, \2'/��xZ3,  SI.50; wilh bent kn*:i\s and braces and better, 32><x33, S2. Baby  Sleighs���Nicely painted and box, 33x15 inches, S3.S0.  1 Smitl* & NPcHte'si 1  _ f3  S�� Books. Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34. iHS  E   Copper Street, - f-iREKNWOOD,  B.C.   ||  e**  Cr*  <F*  <F*  <r*  ff=<  Cr*  <F*  (r*  <r*  e*  ,<?=**<  "(P*  ".<r*  (F*  CP*  <P*  \(P*  <P*  G=*  <P<  (P<  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  fresidciit. ' H-okd Stkathcona and Mount Koval,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkorois A: Drummond.  General Manager,:   E. S  Ci.ouston.  '.....,..*  Branches an London, Eng: ] citta Vc^liS* \- New.? York,, Chicago.  Buy  and sell Sterling Exeliauge and Cable Transfers ; (irauL Commercial an  TravcllcrM' Credits, available in any part'of the world.  Greenwood :Bt��hfr   F. J 1FINUCANE; Manager.  *^>\  *^r\  >^0  TtmmmmmmmmMcmmmmmm  ������'  .       '������    ���'.������.*... ���'���*'"     . .,"-*': ��� .":   '���-   -. y,  ���* *.*���.,,.���? ;���;., "���;-������.-,\ ������-.:-. ������'*,.*..:--'  i &s^i*%*i*%*$*yQ*$*i*<&*ii*i^  I  ...5   CENTS...  When in Republic look for our sigtt  t  I?.*  jf.  ..*-,  {'-���''���C'"****-''-?'".*"^-^.-'*4^^  I ������: *.*...... ..;-....*.-.  ' ���  REPUBLIC BREWING COMPANY  '���*���:  ���X-"X-��;.<��X��X..K~X.<K'<*��:"X-<<*'C��X"*ii\  BICYCLE AND        |  MACHINE REPAIRS.   |  SKATES SHARPENED, j  PAINTING AND |  x                 SIGN WORK. I  t  -���  | Copper St.    Greenwood.  '���* TT  .X"X"K��:*">x*��k*��:-��*x��x*��x��X":-��m*^>-*>  Spokane Falls & Norllicrn Railway Co.  Nelson ���& Fort Slieppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & K. Co.  Recei'tiyj.reiirjyai"edj.'an4  refurnished,1'--may tie'se-f  cured for tialls,1 concerts'"'  etc.,  at reasonable irates  Apply to     :     :    :    :    :  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary^:  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south lo Rossland Ncl-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points cast, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson wilh llic'K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew wilh stag*e for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  Leave  0:25 a. in.  10:15 a. in.  7:00 a. iu.  in.  Akkivr  ���5:45 p. in.  5:10 p. in.  8:00 p. in.  ���4:00 p. in  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  11:00 a. in.   (Millers, .Grand  Forks)  'J.15 a. m. Republic       5:40 p. in.  H. A. JACKSON,  General   Passenger Ag*ent,  Spokane, Wash.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.;  NOTICK.  CITY. Of 1'AKIS Mineral Claim,. sltnatts  in tlm Greenwood Miuititj Division  of Yale District. Where located:'* On "Wal-  I ace Jluuiilaiu.  TAKI5 NOTICE that 1, Isaac H. Hallett,  Km- Miner's Certiiicate No. IJ 80141), Intend,  sixly days from the date hereof, lo apply fo the  Mining kecorder for a Certificate of Improvc-  meiils for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that actiotr, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before Ihe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Daled lliis 1st day of September, A. I).. 1WJ.  Jan. IS. I. H. HAEEETT. /Z-/  p  THE* JJOUNDAR r" CREEK   T1mj&��,  J'fv��*?-'     ��  MEATS, ETC;  y     P.: BURNS & CO.,  WholesaVe an'd'Rel'ail Meat Merchant.*-*).  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Xgent,    Collector,   .Janitor.       Larg*e  warehouse for  storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS-  WALTER K. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  BARBER SHOPS.  '   GREENWOOD* BARBER SHOP.  .**. W. Fra<vi.ry, Prop.  Fi-nest Bath Tubs-iu city.     Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streej.       -     Greenwood, B.C  (PROFESSIONAL CARDS;  HALLETT & SHAW  Barristkrs, Solicitors,  <   - Notaries Public  CatnlB "Address:       ha.i-i.-ett."  ���> 1 Bedford M'Neill's.   Grebnwooo,  Conns   -j MoreinB-sNcal's B# Ci  ") MoreitiK*  ( Eclber's.  I. a.   HAI.I.KTT.  H. C. SHAW.  MCLEOD & BROWN  y Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  ' Offices;* Wailace-MlUer bioclt.Copiier street,  '���  .,  ���'"-.    Greenwood,:B.C. .  ..,'-  .-..  J/R. BroWn.   v '   *    J. I'. McitBop.  J^RTHUR M.WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  GHARLES AE. SHAW.  "Civil .Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office Tritli Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. J?.  QREENWOOD.    :     ':      :      :    B.   O.  A. E- ASHOROFT:  Dominion and   '  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Mining-and-Englncerlne Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood- Block IneXtCiistomB office.) l  ''������"������'    :������-���'���.'       G RET8NWOOD, .��.* C.  ; boundaw valley lodge  ". ;N6*"'3'8'VL'0V6rFV"!  Meets every Tucsdav Evening at.8 00 in  the  I. O. 0.iJF;-Hall.;   A" cordial invitation is ex  tended to'all sbjotirniug* bretbem.   .  J; L.-WHi-rB,.    ��� Kkbd, B. Hoi-tuiss.  .,   ,*,...N."G.'**** Rec.-Scc.  ... DRINK .  AtiFE;  On sale at all I lie hotels.  BOTTLED  BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Botlle'rrt'of'Kine Lager Beer and  Manufacturers of all   kinds of  ' Carbonated Beverages.  BY CRASS DIPLOMACY  Has Canada Been Stripped of Valuable Territory  The story of "Canada's territorial  losses since 1783," as told; by his honor  Judge Hoduins to the United Empire  loyalist Association at their meeting*  last iiig-ht, presented a striking* record  of .diplomatic blundering, not at all  flattering* to the national pride, says  the Toronto Globe.  His honor in opening* referred to the  territory of some four million square  miles which Great Britain obtained  uuder the treaty of 1763, by which  France ceded not only the magiiiticciil  heritage which now comprises the  Dominion of Canada, but also what are  now known as the stales of Ohio,  Indiana, Illinois, Michigan. Wisconsin  aud half of Minnesota. Owing to the  pussilatiimity of Richard Oswald, a  neophitc in diplomacy, lo whom the'  negotiations were entrusted al the  close of the revolutionary war, and who  advised that Canada aud Nova Scotia  be also ceded, the states above named,  together with the Indian territory out  of which the states of Kentucky, Tennessee and Alabama were afterwards'  formed, were ceded to the United  Stages. The U. 13. Loyalists"were also  abandoned: to their enemies. The  Canadian lisheries were also ceded  under false representations.  The war of 1812 gave to Great Britain  the whole of Maine; to the PenobscotJ  on the Atlantic; the whole of Michigan  to Prairie du Chine, and also tlie mouth  of the Columbia river, which controlled  Oregon. These were all given up by  the*, treaty of 1818, .together with  4,000,000 acres of territory which con  gress had previously admitted Great  Britain owned.  Next came the Ashburton treaty of  1842, :undei* which 4,500,000 acres of  Canadian territory were ceded to the  United States, owing 'to the suppression of maps; and a strip 150 miles long  by from one to two miles wide, which  had been sou firmed to Cauada by three  previous treaties. In 1840 Lord Ashburton made another treaty, under  which Oregon, which had been jointly  occupied by ling-laud and thet: United  States, was ceded as "worthless." The  Washington treaty of 1871 followed,  under which the Island of San Juan*,  which, under the treaty of 1846, was  British, was abandoned, aiid Canada's  claim's, amounting to $1,600,000in connection with the Fenian raid were  abandoned by Lord Kimberley; and,  lastly, in 1903, Cauada sustained the  loss of two strategic islands in Alaska,  and connection with the ocean, which  was our right by the treaty of 1825, by  a decision which had been described as  a travesty of justice.  Wakeful Children.  For a lung time the two year child of  Mr. P. L. McPherson, .59 N. Tenth St.,  Harriburg*, 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 and she is now well and strong.  For sale by J. L White and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  WHEN IN NEl SON  STOP  AT  TIM-'  HOT I'M. ^~-  i  ft  The new manager D. Toinkins  litis made it the leading* hotel of  the Kootenays.  NOTKSE  V  .. THe atinual meeting*, of the  Greenwood .Liberal Association  will be held in the Board of Trade  Rooms on  Friday, November 27  at 8  p.m.  Business  of officers and  genera  Election  business.  A full attendance is requested.  K. McKENZIE,  Secretary..  ���������^���������������������������'mJ*��J*'**'M.*''*��'w*'-'"��J��*5mJ^  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THIS SWAYNJB; HOUSE,  .Silver Street,  GreenwooA.  ������f  !?  *���'?  V  Y  Y  '?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  ^-^S-^^C-^t^t^t^^t^^^Z^^  THENEW  FURNITURE  CARPETS  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  'The   largest   hotels and  finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B.C.  Death of rL C. Holden.  H. C. Holden formerly of Greenwood  died last week in the Royal Victoria  hospita* of Montreal, wheuce he went  to be operated on for cancer,. The; de-  cea'sedj-was ;i member oi the linn of  Goupil & Holden, painters aud paper  hangers/ Hii left here about three  years ago and'-woiit" to Kamloops aiid  latterly moved to Kduioutuii. He was  anI enthusiastic sportsman and he it  was/ who planted liie first tisli above  Boundary Creclv He was a member  of the Green wood lodge K. of P. and  Silver City ludge of Saiidou li, C. His  funeral iu Montreal was largely at-  ten<i*c"(rby'"tiiettibers'of^  atious. The lloral olTerinys were  beautiful, ami many. At thelasl meeting of the Greenwood lodge K. of P.  the following resolution was iiiiani-  luoiii-ily adopted:  Whereas, it has pleased the l)ivine  Ruler in his iulitiitc wisdom to remove  from our midst,   brother H.*'G. Holden;  and whereas, in view of the loss we  have sustained by the demise of our  brother, and of the still greater loss lo  those who are uearosl and dearest to  him, therefore be it  Kesolveil, that it is but a j.i��l tribute  ���to the memory of tile departed to say  that i" regretiing his removal from  our midst, we mourn for one who was  in every way worthy of out respect and  regard, and be it  Kesolved, that we sincerely condole  with the family of the deceased on the  dispensation with which it has pleased  Divine Providence to alllict them aud  commend them for consolation to Him,  Who orders all things for the best, and  Whose chastisement, arc meant iu  mercy, and be it further resolved that,  this heartfelt testimonial of our sympathy and sorrow be forwarded to the  family of our departed brother, and  the Charter be draped for a period of  thirty days, a copy spread upon the  record of the lodge,' a copy published in  the Pythian Review and in the local  paper.  K. C. B. Frith       i  G. F. Dougherty [ Committee.  A. D, Hallett     )  IT TV F* II Y c  jt 11 LI!U I  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. Thebar is; stocked  with the best the distilleries  produce.  Fred M. Munn,   Proprietor  nit luiiJL    I tin  0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE   MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered  Daily  iu any part  of the city.  TRANSFER OF LIQUOR LICENSE  Notice is licrcby ijiveii thai ill Ilu; lirsl niuul-  intf of tlie License Commissioners lor the city  of Greenwood, held after Ihe c\]iiration of  thirty days {rum the date hereof, I sluill apply  for a transfer to Cascadden *.**: Donnelly, of the  license now held by nic for ilu: "National  Hotel" on lots 18iin<l,l'.i, block 7 (map-1) in the  city of Ureeavood.  LOUIS ItOSSHAKT.  (Ireeiiwood, li. C. October fi, l''t)3.  MINERAL   ACT.  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 pain *. in the side or chest give  il a ' rial and1 you are certain to be more  than pleaset with the prompt relief  which it all jrds. For sale by J. "L.  White, Gree. iwoodJJ and A. F. Thomas,  Midway.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTfC'li.  .MAX �� Mineral Claim, si male in ibr. Greenwood  Mi ni ill*; Division of Vale District.  ;    Where located:-On Lost Horse  Creek,  Main  JKelllis Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Ueitl-*-, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. 1561WS. George is'l. Ben-  net, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55471, A.  Nlegraw Free Miner's Certiiicate No \i S5S0S and  lleni in.tr Kiibinsoii Tree Miner's Certiiicate No  B 71395, intend, sixty davs from the date hereof  toapply to the Minine; kecorder for a Certifi-  tcate of Improvements, for the purpose.of ob-  ainiuir a Crown Grant of (lie above claim.  And further taUe notice thai section r.7, must  be commenced before 1 li��- issn.nu-r of such Certificate of   I ll]|lloVrill'*lll;..  Hated iliisnintli iliiv ol'.liilv, I'm.*.. A. I".  MIN10KAI,  ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICIi.  "Iiollif I'*," "Slerliii|,'ham" and'���Magnolia''  mineral claim,  situate in   the Kettle Kiver  M in in j;  Division of YaleDistrict.      Where  Inc.'ilett:  1 n Cooper Creel* Camp.  TAKIC NOTICIi thai I C. A. K.  Shaw a^eiu  for J. T. Kceiiuv   Kree  Miner's Certiiicate  No.  15X01*12. and   Wiii   l-'arney. free Miner's Certificate No. Iif*f*17i", intend, siNly days from tlie. dale  lieicof. lo apply to the siluinif  Kecorder  fur a  Cerlilicaie of lmprovenienls, for the  pnopose of  ol>l.lilting a crown r.ranl of the above, claims.  And further   take   notice  (hat  action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issn-  anceof such cerlHicale of improvements.  Dated this 17 day of June, A. I). 111)3.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  L-ANCASTliK I*ractional Mineral Claim,  otherwise known as the Lancaster Mineral  Claim, situate in lite Gceenwood Mining  Divisii.u of YaleUistrict. "Wherelocated:���  In Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Ha.letl, as  Agio-iil foi'Georye Arthur Kendell, free Miners'  Certiiicate No, U5524ii, intend, sixty tlays from  the ilate. hereof, to apply ti the Mini tiff Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtainin*.'a Crown t'.raiit ol the above  claim.  And'urtbur take* notice   Unit  acliou. under  section 37, must be commenced before   tbe issuance of such Certificate of Impiovemeuts.  'latcil this 23rd dav of September. A. P., 1903.  I. II. HAlvLKTT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO JRfc'K LEWIS : You are hereby required  to lake uotice that wc, the uiidersifriicd, have  done and paid for the whole of the assessment  work for the years W01, 1TO2 and 1903, oil the  "I/atiri*. IV Mineral claim.situate near the Citv  of Phoenix, 15. C, iu Uie Greenwood M iinic  Division of Yale District,and you are hcreby  required to contribute your proportion of such  assessment, namely, one quarter or S!5 on each  claim for each year, amounting to S100, which,  toj-'ether with your share of the costs of record-  In*.', the. costs" of this advertisement, make a  total sum of S80.37J-2 which you have to pay.  Payment can be made, to us personally or lo  our credit iu the Bank of Montreal at Greenwood, B.C.  II ijon fail or refuse, to .contribute, the last  mentioned sum of $8G.87}�� 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 rci*uiri*d x  pemlkiirc pro rata according l<> tbcir former  interests.  Dated this 21st day of August, 1903.  Brdcb Ck/uidock  Lbe cooMns.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  " IIA CKLA" mineral elaiin situate iu the Greenwood Milling* Division of Yale District.  Where located: on  Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Albert Edward  Ashcroft, Free Miner's Certificale No. B.  55279, aud Nils E. I'etersou.Eree Miner's Certificate No. 15 4171U, Intend, sixty days from  tlie date hereof, to apply to the Mitiimr Kecorder for a Certificate of Improveinents, for tlie  purpose of obtainiuir �� Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further lake notice Dial action, under  section 37,. must be commenced before Ihe  issuance of such Certificates of .'Improvements.  Dated this 7th day of October A. IJ., 19U.5.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  ���NOTICIi.  "SuUuyside" Mineral claim, situate in the  Greenwood Miuiujj Diyisiou of YaleDistrict.  Where located:���On .Houndary Mountain,  about one and a half miles-soittli of the Siimuiii.  Hotel, and west of and adjoinilit** Ihe Omaha  mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Michael MciJean,  T'ree Miners Certificate No. 15 55.177, intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Kecorder for a Certiiicate  ol* Improvements for tho purpose nf obtaining  a  Crown Grant of the above claim  And further lake, notice thnt notion, under  Srctioi1 '��� ', ���)>"���������' be''���i>mnicii'"f(' befori** lis  issuance ol sticli t.ei ti*' -nU: of lniviovem-v..,.  Dated :his IJIli day of .Inik;^**..JJ.,jW3._k_ ^;^.  "Sci7t73o""^ ' " "  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To W. E. McBOYLE and any persim to  whom he may have transferred his interest iu  tlie "Dakota" miuerol claim, situate on AVallace  mountain in the Greenwood Minin-j Division of  Yale district and adjoining the "Logan" and  "Duncan" mineral chiims.  You are hereby notified that 1 have expended  the sum "f $102.50 to hold the said Dakota mineral claim under the provisions of the "'Mineral  Act" for the ycai ending 17th of August, 1993,  tliat you are required to contribute S511*5 as  your proportion of the said sum lor yorr tinile-  Vided one-half interest iu the said claim, and if  within 90 days from the first insertion of this  uotice yot ta.fi or refuse to contribute the said  sum of $51.25, together witli all costs of advertising, your interest in thesaid Dakota.miueral  claim will become tlie property of me, the subscriber, under section l*'our of an Act entitled  the "Mineral / cl A utemlineut Act, :9(K)."  Dated   at Greenwood,   B.C.   the 201I1 (lav of  August  I9D3.  Nov. 27. JESSIE M. MATIIEISON.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ���'RICHELIEU" Mineral Claim, Kituai-., . the  Greenwood Mining nivisiu.i of Yaln District. Where located : On Noise Creek 011  West Fork of Kettle Kiver..  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isaac II. Hallett,  as agent for Wellington II. Craig,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 1580223. aud  William Wellington Craig,l'"ree Miner'-��Certiiicate No. B80222, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Kecorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining crowngrant of the above  claim.  Aud   further lake uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such ccrtificatcsof improvements.  Dated the30th dav of October, A.D. 1903.  Jan. 30 I. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To PETER McBRIDE, Pioneer Hotel, Green  wood, B. C  You are hereby reijuircd to take uotice (hat  we, the undersigned, have caused to be done  and have paid for the whole, of the assessment  work forthe year ending May 14, 1903, on the  ''Admiral" mineral claim situate iu Providence  Climp iu the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District and your are hereby required  to contribute your proportion of such assessment and of ihe costs of recording the Certificate of Work, together with the costs of advertisement, amounting iu all to f35.(i2'J which yon  have to pay.  If you fail or refuse lo contribute the last mentioned sum of $35/12;< as a foasaid jour interest  in teesaid mineral claim shall, at theiixpiration  of ninety days bcLoine vested iu us, yourco-own-  ers, uuder flic provisions of tlie Mineral Act  and amending acts.  Dated this 11th day of September 1 *��)."!.  Utigh McKee  Thomas Hcminnrlce.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ARCADIA ASTOKIA and MOKN1NG STA K  Mineral Claims, situate In the Greenwood  Milting Division of Yale Districi.  Where located:���The Arcadia and Astoria  miueral 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 Kosenhaupt Free Miner's Ce.rtiUrate  No. 55285,'intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for Certificates of Improvements, lor the purpese of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further lake notice thai action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the* issuance otfuch CeJtilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 4th dav of Julv. A. D. 1903.  J. P. McLeod.  THE CANADIAN RANK OF COMMERCE  c With Wtiicti 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 Manatrer  W. ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH  0<>(><><>0<MJO<>000<K)<>00000<KXK)<>-SO<>0<}0<>^^  '��*?<*><><>*>*>*>*>*>00*000<X>��0<><><^  P. O. UOX 290  PHONE 179  W. J. McMillan & Co.  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  BRANDS: Monogram,- KarguerJta, Boquct, Our Sjecial, El Justlllo, El Condor,  Sarantlzaios, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union Label Cigarettes. Karnack T. &  B. V. C.  Comer Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C,  oooo<k>oock>o6ooooo<>o��oc>o<>oo��o<>ooo<xk>o<>^^  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo <mk>0<h)<>0000<)oooooooooooooc  00<><H>0*>00<}0<H>0<KK><>0<��00<>OOl(f.^^  The Jencks Machine Co.'y  = LI  ....CANADIAN RAND DRILL COMPANY..,  " ^iisii.Kii-4 i  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines.  Narrow Guage Locoino-  ?  ' tives, Compressors. Drills. Etc.      l,  R.   R. WILLIAMS  AGENT,  GREENWOOD, B.C.   o  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO-O OOOOOOOOOV^OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC  GRAND F0RKS,"PH0ENIX--GREENW00G  AILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Green wood, ft ;i. in.    Arrives lit Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves;GraniliForks 3.45 p. m.. Phoenix 7 p.ui.,   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  REWERY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietor*  ASKlFOR  m i  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  >. g CYCLOPS  MINING STEEL  SHOES AND DIES  Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS. GREENWOOD. xiiiS   BOUNDARY   CUEEK   TIMES  "^J-CO-OOOOOOOO <) O O OC OOOOOO ooo  ���**������������ r  �� LOCAL   EXTRACT 9  <'OOOOCKXKH>'XK)*00��X>00*Xi OOOOO  F. M. lillkin* pa*il T'*nil .im'' Husyla mi  ��� cii<l l\*Vls.*ui a l/n^i-  a visit this wed..  H.    T-.    Jul!*!.-,'*.;  uess visit this week.  *  W. 1. Smith went to Spokane to consult an eye cuociaiiit.  Wm. F*wlf*r left mi Monday la-st   for  hi., old l:iline in   S> ot.laiiil. .  Forks  a  I-iinith Cuiti.*..   ui.i na-tjiiiy -ilirecli-'i-  Ihe Denoro miin.i.,  week.  vu.-. in III*.  ily   thi.-,  Judge  Mallell.   paid  uroli ii'i.ni.il vi>il thi*;  l.i raiKl  Week.  11. T. Pijinbirrlui*.. ol the Mom red j  ���V Boston company is cast on a tiusi-j  nc-ss trip   to Montreal.  Doctor Arthur Gran;! Master of I. O.  O. F. of hi. C, will pay the local  lodge a visit Tuesday nigh I.  Three sleighloads of   Phoenix shorts  ! came down the hill Thursday   night*  to  witness tin*: wrestling match.  j     Julius F. iihrlich, manager P. Burn:-,  i -i i'o retm nerl yesterday from   a   busi-  Rev   W. A;* Kot.ius s,il*iU ten day. in \ -�����;--- lril' k' ''"ville and other   o.Usid,  the iMinilkaiiieen in seareli ol hi}; t;anie   I I" "������'"���  We would call al drill ion In oui; green  mil black leas: also some   tine   cookic.-  iaiid yum. and itiaiiy kinds  of  candies,  ! at the Suuth End Grocery.  George K. A'aden ol' the Dealey com- j  |j.uiy   paid  Spokane   a    business   visit I  this week. !  J year     on    Olson     last       night,  Joseph MeKerr.icher representing an > sllch ;s L|ie Green wood spirit.  K.    .V.  Baiubridge   of   the    C   P. K  engineering* department  and   his Staff  11. I'* Dickm, illlirGia.nl Powder  coiiip.iny, was over from Kossland this  week*.  Labor Day Sports  [���"���illMwiiii: art'  the   rni-eipls   and   e.x-  l�� ii'lii un*.. I   i* ilu-. recent labor celebra-  i.  o   ';!��� il   undi-i    tin-   auspice-.-,   of    the  '.,!.*, nwood Miners' Union:  HPXEIl'TS  Li.j'.iIkeepcrs* .-Woc-ation 5370 00  U ly   of  Greei I w, ��� .d    200 00  l Jrcoei wood 1 aqtior Co     20 00  P. Burns & Co     20 00  i-vUssfll-f.aw-Caultield   Co     IS U0  t &*fe*:-S-.*S<.*S-S.^-.e��-.&fc  We regret to learn    that   the  Times'  .'evil   lunt   his earnings for the entire  Mill  eastern lumber company  ��� lav for .New  Yurk.  left   Weducs-  C. Kov Slater and F. J. Walker,   two  mining men of Spokane   visited   Camp I  .McKiiiuey this week.  Mrs. Ir'. Keller returned last week  from Ohio wliere she has been visiting  for the [last two mouths.  h'emeinljer the entertainuieiil at tlie*.  Auditorium next Thursday. Admis-  sionafternoon 10c; evening* 50c.  A number of Butte miners arrived in  *he Boundary last week. The majority  of tlieui have secured employment.  The mines of the Boundary never  looked so well, noi* were so promising  ol satisfactory dividends as at present.  Mi.-s Bryiuner, who has been visiting  Mr. and Mrs. W. Allison, left for her  home in New Westminster, Wednesday.  Albert I. Goodell, superintendent ol  the Montreal i*v Boston Copper company  has been visiting his family in  Spokane.  The schol i r.-i of the Presbyterian  Sunday school arc preparing* I'or an  Xnias tree entertainment which will be  held ou Ch.istuia.s eve.  Details a re complete for the big an.  mini dinner of the Greenwood St.  Andrew Sjciety which will be held in  (lie Pioneer hotel on the evening ol'th.*  30th inst.  E. G. Warren is installing an electric  plant .it the Providence mine. The  plant will be us. d in running drills  andhoist and ligh.iiig* the undcrgi oiunl  workings.  .  The olde full-tea .concert at Phocmx  last Friday night was largely attended  by young folks. The delegaiiju from  Greenwood i eporl having had an im  ten  W. P Tierney of Nelson arrived lieu  on Tuesday with a gang of men and  several teams of horses and began  work on the li. C. Copper Company's  Con verlor spur.  G*. J. McLean, wife and family at*  rived last Saturday from Brandon, and  will remain iu Greenwood pcrmaueully.  Mr. McLean is a brother of J. A Mc  Lean tne plumber.  j are in this city in connection   with   the  11. C. Copper com pa uy's converter spur.  Kev. A. U. MaeK.ie, Ph.D., formerly  pastor of the Presbyterian church here,  bul now principal of the college al  Ca[gary, is seriously ill with typhoid  lever.  Supt. Goodell ol the Boundary Falls  smeller was initialed by the Scottish  Wile bodie-*. of the Masonic order at  their semi-annual convocation in progress ihia week at the Masonic hall in  Spokane.  The Galloway Bros, expect to have  their grocery store opened on Monday  next. They h.i ?e purchased a well  assorted stock of staple -ind fancy  ���groceries which they are offering lo tin  public at reasonable prices.  Un the Riverside group, situated ou  the -south side of Kettle river, near  Westbride, Ben Perkins made ;i vain  able strike this week. The lead is  about -Iti feet wide, and the average  assay is about $20 in gold.  The Sunset mine which was closed  down bcea..se the smeller.had so much  custom ore that it was unable lo handle  Sunset ore is again, on the shipping  list. Seven miners are al woi k under  the loreniaiiship of .1. Johns.  The Victoria Times, one ol i he be.si  edited and most cnlerpi ising daily  papers in the. province, makes an  interesting announcement in this  issue. Those who are anxious lo secure  a lull ami impartial report ol Hie legislature should avail themselves ol tin*  Times' oiler.  The Cosgrove concert on hestra will  give one of their high-class entertainments in the Auditorium on Wednesday evening, December 2, under the  auspices of the Knights of Pythias.  This musical combination has an excellent 'reputiilion and those who attend  will enjoy a treat After the concert a  dance will be given, the Cosgrove  orchestra furnishing the music.  Palace  Li ���.-cry    Barns   Sui'th ��fc ,\K. Wne   A. L. Whit-.   & I'n     If.   J.   Clint   A   Logan  &  Co   T. M.'&uilcv & Co     P. W. George &   Co   II    11. Mu.ir. i*   i "les A*   Frith      K'.-o.lell  -X*   Co   < Jiwn wood Fruit Co   Gila rles   Wilson   !C   W.   Bishop   M    E.   Fr.ix.ee   W.   Elson   ISaiin.trmaii   -."v   Lewis   Cualiiu  Rand   Drill   Co.  Gem Restaurant   5 00  5 00  3 00  1 00  5 00  5 00  15 00  .**) 00  7 .**-���(>  In UO  3 no  3 00  2 00  3 00  2 50  5 00  5 00  5 00  .I.E.   MeCivatb     15 00  Wood <Nr Mosher   li.'iiiincrlee -."i Dunn   .1. L.   White   O. S    Floyd   W.  Frawiey   .1.    McLean   J. H. McNeil   Ha :U of 13. N. A   Greenwood Miners' Union  ij.-eenwood   Electric Co..  Imperial    Hotel.   Cameron & Huff   Lei'.. DeVeber   5 00  2 50  5 00  2 00  ..      2 50  2 00  ..      o 00  5 00  ..    30 80  ..    20 00  ..     10 00  o Ou  ..      2 00  Giant   Powder Co     10 00  JUST  TO   HAND  Large Range of Elegant  Boxes of  In all the Latest Shades  t Prices from 35c to $4 t  COLES & FRITH  Siicci'ssur to J. i,, Cuius.  Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  $&-3r2& &3frS&^VVtt#S&?&&&d��  Ml  n  ML  AND*  ft  Gaunce & Wickwire. . .  Beulev Investment Co.  McLaine  & Merritt...  T.  13.   Winnette   H . .*;. Simmons. *   Ilu.iter-Kendrick Co...  P.  Ross   Elkms it   Hodges   Haniiiicu Powder  Co..  Bank  of   Commerce....  Small    Sports   Drilling conlcsl ,  5 00  5 00  5 00  1 00  2 50  10 00  5 00  .5 00  10 00  S 00  ,16 00  IS 00  t? j? k* j*" jf��? jf :����� **��� ��r if t? jr tr jp t? je  .S032 30  Brown-Whitmarsh.  The annual general meeting uf members of the British Columbia Institute  of Assayers will be held al Trail on  Saturday evening, November 2S, at  half past seven o'clock.  At Greenwood in 1he Auditorium  ..buildiug^oii Novum be r-l"thby~lhe Kev.'  M. D. McKee, Mr. Isaac Perata and  Miss Amalia Pellouiciui both ol  Phoenix were united in the holy bonds  of wedlock.  It is reported that A. S; Thomas ol  Midway, who left recently for the east,  went there for th. purpose of purchasing a complete slock for a drug store  which he intends opening iu Greenwood upon his return.  The junior puck manipulator.-, have  organised lor the season aud are going  iu lUr heavy game this winter. The  senior shinny players should call a  '.'���'���vliug and organize if they iuleii.i  :*living lllecunie that made Piioeiii *.  famous.  The annual uueting ol Ihe (Ir. oi  wood Liberal Assorial ion will b.: ii.���-��� i  next Friday evening. As business of  importance outside the election of  olliier.-, will be eoii:.iiii*i*i:d a large attendance is rcqur.sU>l. The meeting*  uill be held in the board of trade  rooms in the Kadcn-Flood  block.  The big    line   |ur   ilnr   B.   G.   Coppci  company's* smeller   is    Hearing     eotn*  linislini;;     toiicllvs    will i  11    i*.   odd  pletioii. . The  be   put   on   Monday.     Il   i-   cold   work  1 i  iayiug brick lhe-e il.iy.-. but l-.i. hi.ii:  Peterson and his men have .-.in.li I"  'heir work.    The   Hue is   exrepti  During the last few mouths John K.  Brown M. P. P. for Greenwood made  several ostensibly professional visits  to Spokane. His many friends iu  Greenwood were therefore agreeably  ���surprised to read iu the society columns  of last Sunday's Spokesman Review  that John K. Drown, the staid lawyc.i  aiidsuccessliTrpdliticiau hliil'deeided to  join the noble order of benedicts anil  that the interesting event would take  place on Wednesday in the inland capital. In these days when Canada for  the Canadians is a somewhat popular  cry, it may be added that that young  lady who has the honor of making a  captive of Green wood's member is no  aggressive American but a fair  daughter ol Sarnia Oul Mr llruwii'..  old home. Until she became Mrs.  Brown, the young lady was Miss  Florence Whitinatsh. She was visiting with her s'stcr Mrs. D. Bash 1518  I'.ome Avenue and the interesting-even t  took place at her residence. Kov. W.  )[. Fry lied the nuptial knot. The  happy couple left the same evening* for  Vie oria where Mr. Brown will attend  in his duties in 'lie legislature which  opens on Thursday next. After the  sitting ol Ihe house Mr. and Mrs.  Brown svill make their home in Greenwood. Mr. Brown's many friends in  Green wood extend congratulations in  which the Time, heartily joins. Even  Ihe best ol legislators ill British Columbia is safer when he has a  belter ha 11.  Seeking- Investments.  KXPBNSUS  lohu.sit  Chcnr-weth,   drilling. .S125 00  Fotdds brothers,drilling  75 00  A  E. Savage. Grand Forks team 75 00  W. X. McDonald, Phoenix tram 75 00  Greenwood H re tea in ..  75 00  Boundary Creek Times,printing 79 00  Clay Moiitell. tug  of   w:*<r  60 00  A.  D.  Hallett   50 00  Ah x Munro  40 00  M. i.i'Niel  20 00  A. IS.  Savage  50 00  Harry    Madden      15 00  P.diner   Cook 15 50  M   G'Niel  10 00  M. O'Niel  10 00  I imis Morgan  10 00  Charles   Wilson  10 00  W. D. Belts  10 00  Fred   Hancock,   labor'.  850  W. Wills,   labor  S 50  Dan -Eraser, labor..  3 00  Mike Haves  15 00  M      Tebo  10 00  C. P. K. for  train  65 65  AU.\    Munroe  10 00  Cameron it Huff, blacksinilhitig 7 65  Total.  .$932 30  Business Locals  Do you use I' '*.- Ribbon Tea '/  I ovcrts jinnies al Munroe's   90c. per  201 bs. '     ,  Orders for cut flowers of all kinds  received at Munroe's.  French Fruit Pudding just received  from Toronto at Munroe's.  Celebrated Peterson Pipes, Al Briars,  at Yuill's, Copper street.  Vt ry choice assorted French candied  fruits just received at Munroe's.  Modern Dressmaking- The Misses  Levcquc, next door to Times otfice.  The lincsl assortment of Robertson  and Low uev's chocolates just received  at Munr-j-.-'s.  The best assortment of get. nine Briar  pipes, Peterson's famous make, at  Yuill's, Copper street.  MacKenzie-Hambly company are  giving-* 20 per cent discount on all  trimmed aud ready-to-wear hats.  We would call attention to our green  and black teas; also some line cookies  aud gum, and many kinds of candies,  at the South End Grocery.  Wanted  HOUSES TO RENT, FURNISHED OR OTHERWISE  A  1ft  ���ft  ���k  �����  %  TO   INSURE    YOUR    LIFE fc  AGAINST    ACCIDENT    OR fc  ILLNESS %  F. W. McLAINE J  Real Estate and Insurance      1ft  Copper Street,  Ukeknwuou  1? *T Jf IP K* Jf* *�����������? 1? |? *? Jf 3? J? *? JP 3��*  TRY THE NEW  *  ��  9  ��  -��  9  9  ��  ��  �����  �����.  *  *  *  *  �����  �����  �����  ����� * ��  o-^attKifro^a-ais-aatfisettatfo-aatta^  MALLARD   BUCKS  JtfST   RECEIVE��   AT    urns ����� Co  ���  OPEN   ON  NEW GOODS  REASONABLE  PRICES . . .'���  CALLOWAY  BROS.  PHONE  NO. 7  Goods   delivered   to  all   parts  ot" the cit}-.  ���.D0 YOU WANT AN...  Cut and Made by Experienced Tailors  ,.,���FROM;.,���  } BRITANNIA,  -.*  ROYAL NAVY,  COWEfS  TIDAL WAVE  IMPERIAL,  TxRAFALGAR  ENGLISH     WORSTEDS  IF YOU DO THEN CALL AND SEE  WILSON, THE TAILOR  ' OPPt)SITIC    POSTOFFiCK   ���  '        ; ;  ���'���***&: THE:  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MJ4A1.S AT ALL  HOUKS.  PRIVATE  KOOMS   FOR  LADIKS.  *  Charles R. Pittock,  - *  *  THY OUR   COFFEE  <Prop  For Sale  Three set bob sleighs, -fit) to $25.  One set light sleighs. $25. One jumper  tdeiyh, 510. Light and heavy wagons  g;ilore.    Wmitk, second-hand man.  Transfei of License  Niitiri; i.~ hcrcbr irivcn (lull '.V diivsiiftrr lint"-  ivk iiin'iiil to apply lo tin? Roardof License Com-  Miissiniii'i*?. im lilt* cily of (irocnivonil for a  nai ���������.far .if I In' liijunr licrnsi- imw hi'.lil by us in  C. So .li li.illniva.v for llio, iiicniises situate, mi  Lul-I iilmK I'J, Copper street tJjecnwuod.  HRKliKR ,<*: RKl-AKU  D.il.-.l N-.viii'.iei- Mill I'N>3.  S. BARRY YU ILL  DR. MATH1SON  DENTIST  Nailun-Flouil IJlock, Urcmiwuud. B, C.  ���^tJOOOOOOOOOOOiHXKXKWKJOO  ^i--'-"*...  &'V'?S"?%  \-..*-.:iu��*  :'l  "<*!'iu*t#sr  it {.*��  ���v.-ll ;.nilt and  -ill tin" lie ree:  Tin' ;i;mhi.iI .sal.  i.'tilies of St. .hide'.-,  in   the   Auditorium  will si.i nd again:-,I    lime  . wind that, blow-.  A  ,i-irt v ���;��� >in|j<i:-��i.-iI ul  iiieuihers id' ihe  .'v ni'i i'.i ii Sui.'lliiig and K'eliuiii*^ Coiu-  " iilv ! |i.-iiiv hi'.id.-d   liv 1C. M   tliigeeiiheliu nf  ut    w'irU    i.l     (lie  duo i'.Ii. v* ill It In i'l j  ��� in Tlitiind.'v iii-M. ;  !?e.side.-i the sale nf fancy wiyrl*. eaii'Me.*, j  and   llowers.   the   ehiliheii    will have.i;  i  eo-Nluuied drill   in   the  af'.erii .ou,   and!  during    the evening,   coinuieiioiiig   at I  ;->..��(>, ,*i laughalile   >*<��� 11;��� 11 v   entitii.d   *-.\ \  Kamilv All'air." wili lie jml ou by loi?.il  iiiiiilciiis.    with     .-.jieeialtie.-,     ljetwi-i-u  acts.     Tlie   evening \\ ill <->mii:1ik!<* with  au ju.fvniMj dance.  ;\ri**.i *iiirli. .lie How on I heir w.iv to  i'.riii-.li r..|mul)ia, l! is .-.1;i t<-f I thai  their iin.--si.iii is in e.\ainiiie into the  le.i.iiiil it v i>l a large lead smeller fur  P.. C. 1'ivs.  For a Bad Cold  11 you liave a bid eolil you need a  : '.nd reiia'de medicine like Ohdinht'i'-  laiu's (.;,iiig!i Kem:i'y to loosen and re-  lit.'ve it. and '.<> allay the irritation and  iiill.nuiii.it'oii of the ihreat and lungs.  The .soothing and healing urspe'rties of  this remedy a hi the .jui.'k cures which  ;t efl'eets make it 'i favoriie everywhere.  I'oi sale bv J. \.. White, Greenwood,  and A. !���'. Thoiuas, Midway.  PKACTICAI.       WATCHMAKKK       AND  J KWKIJ.KK.  All work guaranteed   GKliKNVVOOU*  ���x��:-h.:��:~>;��:m^^  T,  TSIJJ  DEALERS IN  TmffX  1  _  vti���*-~m  5  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STREET,  ��� -���*��� ���".��� .*M*-l|l-.-^���-r.-,  GRttlLNWOOl).  *-S.x^x-**x^x^:~x-:*m.>x-:��x^^  a#��#������#��i,'(��^����o��*9ta��0������ft��������-��-H'<��i!i#  Heiid Office : 204 Dearborn St.,'Chicago, 111.  FINANCIAL �� MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROl-MCKTIWS    OF   Mi) KIT  CHASKD   OK  r,FVJSIvOPKI-X ,  *  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  *  -��  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  ft  ��  PUR-  |  ��  ��  ��  |   J. L. WHITE  6  Druggist   -     -       Greenwood  0 -.  -to  V*i  ���*>%  -to  ���*to  ���*to  ���%���%  "���to  nv*  -to  Green\Yood  hriauor Company  ^ * ^ Pa^$t and  Vt.  Wfc  'it  Vit.  Vk,  Vs.  ^ <% ^ Calgary Beer. S  R GRIEGER, Manager. S

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