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 <*  V*  ���XI  w3  Vol.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21,  1902.  No. 13.  Sunset  Smelter  Getting  in a Second Furnace and a  Third Ordered���New Furnaces for the Greenwood  Smelter���Extensive Improvements by Granby Co.  Sold His Drug1 Business.  IVV.   E.  Anderson lias Gone to   the  Northwest.  The capacity of the Greenwood  smelters will be increased just as fast  as the big- machine works can manuf  acture the additional furnaces and  necessary power plants. J. N. Greenshields, K. C. and A. A. Munroe, directors of the Montreal & Boston Copper company owning- the Sunset  smelter were here for several days this  week. They issued instructions to  secure the third furnace as rapidly as  the Union Iron. Works of Spokane  could manufacture it. The second  furnace for this smelter has been manufactured by the Spokane concern and  shipped this week. They have agreed  to manufacture the third furnace within 45 days from the time the order was  placed with them.  The foundations for the second  furnace and additional power plant  are all completed. The boilers and  blowers which are being- manufactured  in the east are about ready for shipment. The power house at the.smelter  has been moved to the west side to  give more room and a large addition  made thereto. The new engine room  is 27 x 38 feet. Mr. Brocco who was  with Mr. Bellinger for a long time as  master mechanic moved here last week  to occupy a similar position at the  Sunset smelter. Two furnaces will be  running- by the new year, and the third  should be in operation by March 1st.  These two furnaces will bring the  capacity."of--the-,;>smeiter.up :to about  1000 tons a day. Albert I. Goodell the  superintendent of the smelter, left on  Thursday for Spokane to discuss the  construction of the third furnace with  the Union Iron Works. Tlie furnaces  will be steel jacketted and are said to  be equal in manufacture to those made  in the big manufacturing centres.  They are the first made by the Spokane  company  "The coal basin is in the shape of a  stubby cresent about 25 square miles  in area, with possibly some outlying  areas covered by later volcanic rock.  The basin is of tertiary age, and I think  will be found to contain four seams of  coal. The bottom one, cropping at the  north and south ends of the basin, are  approximataly 18 feet thick, while the  three other seams are from four to eight  feet thick.  "The dip at the end is about 30 degrees, and flattens towards the middle  of the basin, which will probably be  found to be over 2000 feet deep. On  the Vermillion Forks ground, at the  north end, a seam 18 feet thick has been  drifted on for 120 feet and a crosscut  run under the seam for 80 feet. Our  company owns more than 2000 acres of  coal lands, and has proven by drill*  and workings that coal extends over  the entire area.  "The Osovoos & Similkameen Coal  & Exploration company controls 6400  acres. On the southernmost claims a  seam outcrops that is ptobably the  same as the one exposed at Princeton.  This shows a section of 15 feet of good  coal.  ''All these coals give approximately  the same analysis, viz.: carbon, 50 per  cent; of volatile matter, 35 per cent,  aud 10 per cent water and 5 per cent  ash. It makes an excellent doinriti.*-  and a good steam coal. Under or-."!-  .nary-laboratory tests it has nbtyieldc-d  a coherent coke fit for metallurgical  purposes, but I have uo hesitancy in  saying that by using one of the mod;  ern German type of ovens and coking  underpressure this difficulty will be  overcome.  "Near by are numerous veins of gold  and copper ores.    The deepest shaft is  only down 150 feet.    The ores  are  not  of high grade, bu-they are undoubtedly  in   immense    quantities.    With    such  , .. .,    ��� ,     ���,..      ����� n,��o������^,. i mineral resources the section is  bound  At the annual meeting of the Granbv |  Consolidated Company held secently at | *y *  \ W. E. Anderson, the drug-gist, caught  the Northwest fever. Settlers are  pouring in to all parts of the Northwest and they are not immune from  illness. Gainsboro, a new and rapidly  growing town in Assinboine has no  drug store and is one hundred miles  away from one, so Mr. Anderson ie-  cided to go there. He had no difficulty in disposing of his Greenwood  business. J. L, White knows a good  thing- and he decided he couldn't get to  much of it. He bought Mr. Anderson's stock and is advertising- bargains in toilet goods. Having been  carefully brought up under the watchful eye of the Presbyterian church,  Mr. White has decided to avoid tem-  tation by immediately professing that  he will not increase prices. The cit  izens of Greenwood owe something 1o  the Presbyterian church.  Mr.  Anderson left for Gainsboro oii  Thursday.  St. Andrew's Society.  Montreal the work for the coming  years was arranged. Jay P. drives  the manager of Ihe^ big company has  annntr-ced the plans that have Vnv.-n  decided upon for increasing the .ait  put of the mines and the treatment capacity of tke smelters,    lie says:  "Our plans in connection with theex-  tens'on of the company's operations  are of course, an open secret ���we have  contemplated this program for'some  time, but the matter is still an open  question in a sense. I will now commence the preparations of the p'.ans  and estimates of the proposed extensions for submission to my colleagues.  This will occupy time, as much detail  work is entailed.  "I hope, however, that next summer  we will be in shape to install two additional furnaces, and that tlie following year will see four more furnaces  constructed, thus substantially increasing the capacity of the Grand  Forks plant. The furnaces such as we  will adopt next summer have an average agregate capacity of 750 tons per  day, and the consumption of ore per  day at the smelter in 1903 will, therefore, be brought up to 2300 tons.  W. J, Waterman, consulting engineer  for the Vermillion Forks Mining & Development company, which owns over  200 acres of coal lands in the Similka--  meen country, is just down from  Princeton, B. C. Mr. Waterman is a  fellow of the geological society of England, and during- his stay of five years  in that district has maae a study of its  economic minerals.  "At the present time the Similkameen is quite dull, due to the fact that i  it is removed 120  miles from  railroad  transportation,"'   said   Mr    Waterman;  in   talking of  the  conditions  of  thati  section.    "At Princeton there is plenty i  of coal and shipments from the  mines ;  could be made  immediately provided j S  there were railroad  facilities.    In theiV  25 square miles of coal basin I estimate !(�����  The annual meeting of the St. An.  drews Society was held on Friday  evening last with President W..I/.'C.Gordon in the chair, The auditor's  report showed a substantial balance to  the Society's credit. Officers for the  current year were elected as follows:  President C. Scott Galloway ; Vice-  President H. C. Shaw; . Secretary-  Treas. J. S. Birnie (re-elected) ; Solicitor J. P. Myers-Gray (re-elected) ;  Physician Dr. J. E. Spankie (re-elected) ; Chaplain Dr. A. O. McRae and directors D. McD. Hunter, .Tames Kerr  :: id Duncan Mcintosh. The Society  decided to hold its annual dinner at  the.-Itnperir.-l- Hotel on -the evening, of  November 29tli. Tickets for the din  ner may be secured from the Secretary  or the committee Messrs. Galloway,  Gray and Ross.  Engineers Have Started Cross-section From  Curlew.  Material Yard is Being Laid Out���Boundary Section  Will be Puhsed to Completion.  St. JUDE'S CHURCH FAIR.  that is now required is the transportation facilities, unci tiiey will not be  long li'eking.���.-jpoUi.-Miiiin-Review.  P.-.ul Johnson, superintendent ,.f t -c  B. C, Copper company's Greenwood i  smelter was in Spokane last week and I  and ordered some additional machinery  for the smelter. It is understood that  the company's plans I'or increasing the  capacity of the smelter are not yet  rnuiired. They have practically decided however to add three new furnaces during 1903 bringing the capacity up to 2000 tons a day. A modern  j bessemerizing plant will also iu all  probability be added.  The Granby company recently disposed of 125,001) shares of its treasury  stock in New York .-"or -5500,000. The  money will be used in paying off the  indebtedness and carrying out the  extensive improvements outlined by  Mr. Grave-:.  The Ladies' Guild of St. Jiide's  (Church of England) have been working steadily for a year and the result  of their labors wil be seen at the forth  coming Fancy Fair, to be held in the  "Auditorium next" Wednesday A most  attractive programme has been prepared, not the least interesting item of,  which will, we fancy, prove to be the  Grand Cake Walk, danced by some  secre of children in costume. There  will be an abundance of good things  provided both for the outer aud  inner man, and the whole affair  promises to maintain the high standard set oy the Guild in the past in providing a first class entertainment for a  very small charge.  When and where the Vancouver,  Victoria-and Eastern Railway company  were to begin railway construction  was practically settled this week by  arrival of the company's engineers at  Curlew, Wash, Work was immediately  commenced at that point on laying out  material yards preparatory to actual  construction. The engineers are at  work cross-sectioning between Curlew  and Midway. Another staff started up  Myers Creek and will cross-section  from there to Midway. It is learned  that actual construction will be begun  at an early date. The road will be  continued up Boundary Creek to  Greenwood and from here to Phoenix.  By coming in this way instead of up  Fourth of July Creek an easier grade  can be secured and all the Boundary  camps reached in a much shorter mileage. In addition the officials of the  company now recognize that the great  bulk of the Boundary ores will be  treated on Boundary Creek for several  reasons, the principal one being that it  is the centre of the mining district and  all ores can be assembled here at a less  cost and more expeditiously than at  any other point. This is important  since low grade ore demands the lowost  possible cost of transportation.  The ultimate goal of the company is  the coast, but in the meantime no time  will be lost in securing* a share of the  large and rapidly .'..increasing' tonnage  ���in 'the*.Boundary country. This year  the ore tonnage alone will reach half a  million tons and there is every prospect til at this will be  doubled in 1903.  That the work from Curlew is to be  of a permanent character is evidenced  by the fact that one of the engineers  has purchased a residence in Midway  and will make that town his headquarters during the construction of the  road in this district.  It is also stated that Messrs. Welch  and Stewart who have the contract for  "construction ~wiU"~"make "Greenwood  their headquarters. Their return will  be gladly welcomed to the city. They  were here once a year during the construction of the Columbia and Western  and did everything in their power to  promote the interests of the city where  they have large property interests.  men had (with the work of the Lord's  Day Alliance since t"ie proper observance of the Lord's Day would insure a  day of rest for working men. He urged  the people of Greenwo;e to assist in  the efforts to secure proper legislation  in this province.  The speaker was tendered a hearty  vote of thanks and tne singing of the  national anthem brought a successful  meeting- to a close. ���  LOCAL   AND   PERSONAL.  At the regular meeting oi the city  council on Monday evening C. J. Mc-  Arther. on behalf of Messrs. Tate formerly of Calling-wood, interviewed the  council in reference to securing some  encouragement to start a foundry and  machine shop hen;, Messrs Tate who  are .w, *.-. ��� ������ , m .'������'i*��� ������-ts ,<nd iron  mini "*���������������������<  dry -. , ... v--.  The   e*.* ���:��� .*>        , > i.'.  garding the nature of the  to be established and promised to encourage the proptsition in every reasonable way. Mr. MCArther promised to secure the desirad informa-  ation.  '���.'..   fonn-  -.iire.  ��� 1 .rs  re-  industry  Dr. H. S.   Simmons   is   spending   a j  week in the Camp McKinney district.   1  i  The sjcial dance given by the ladies  of Anaconda iu Wilson's Hall on last  Friday evening was a great success.  All present enjoyed themselves. The  dance netted S47 of which sum S17 paid  the balance due on the school organ  and the remaining S30 was turned over  to the trustees to pay the services of a  janitor.  Geo.   D.  Curtis the architect of the  i .  j new court and school house was in   the  city this week.    The stone  foundation  for the court house is well under way.  C. Lyons Foster' accountant at the  Greenwood branch of the Canadian  Bank of Commerce has been promoted  to the position of accountant in the  Portland Ore. branch. The promotion  is a substantial one and Mr. Foster is  being warmly congratulated by the  many friends he made during his residence in 'Greenwood who though, sin-  cerely regretting his departure, are glad  to learn that his {food services have  been so fittingly appreciated by the  management of the bank. Anson J.  Burnside who resigned his position in  the Rossland branch of the bank to  join the South African contingent has  rejoined the staff and will take Mr. Fos-  fer's~pb"siti67f iiTthffG^  Lord's Day Alliance.  A public meeting was held at the  city hall on Tuesday evening last  under the auspices of the Lord's Day  Alliance. W. S. Graham, president of  the local branch presided. The proceedings were opened by an instrumental duet by Mrs. McCutcheon and  Mrs. Wilson and a vocal solo by Mrs.  Mathot. Kev. J. R. I\V>ertson of  Grand Fsrks then addressed the mr-et-  ing. In an interesting and eloquent  way he traced the history of the  Lord's Day Alliance, and told what  the Alliance stood for. lie prointed  out  how  much   iu   common    laboring  ;**-^ft*f*-^-'-^  Boundary Ore Shipments.  Granby Mines. .  Mother Lode   B. C. Mine    Snowshoe   Sunset    Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden   Crown.  Athlestan    King Solomon...  No. 7   r:��-y of Paris   Jewel   Carnii .  Providence   Ruby   Miscellanesus....  Total.  1900  64 533  5 340    ..  19 444     .  297     .  150     '  1  076  ->  250  1  200  1  Ono  100  SOI  231 862 ..  Past Week      4 889  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  3 680        735  1 200  390  150  560  650 .  1 040  850  665  420  325  890  190:  ?  269  591  120  +.-���4  10  7<*6  14 098  8  850  ���_)  448  785  D. McVicar of Nelson S. Hayden and  N. Faulkcnhuin have leased aud bonded th;: Lancashire Fraction andE Plur  i'uis Unum in Skylark Camp, The  properties are owned by C. R. Pittock  C. Werner and G. Sluggett. Considerable work was done this fall. There  is a well defined vein of ore running  from 9 to 12 inches and giving valnes  exceeding S50 in cold. Mr. McVicar  and associates Parted to work the prop  erties un Wednesday last. They are  looking for other high grade properties in the vicinity.  The local* Masons lodge was visited  on TuesdayVvenini,'-last by Geo. Herring Rossland District Master and F.  S.dioefield Worthy Master at Trail  B. C. There was a large attendance  present and a Iter lodge work a social  evening was .-pent. On Wednesday  the Grand Lodi>u oflicers instituted a  lodge at Grand Fork*. They were assisted In-big delegation of Masons from  Greenwood and other neighboring-  lodges.    John Holmes lias returned to Greenwood from South Africa. He joined  the last cantingent from Canada and  reached Durban when hostilities ceased. His brother Herbert who saw active service in South Africa, is at present invalidsd in England but will  return as soon as fullv recovered.  230  99  389 618  20  *31  there are over 100,000,000 tons of coal.  ���x..;..:..x-h>*<x*-<*^^  ���"���"���"*-"  432  *  2  175  .������  83  ���>  .���.  ���:���  ���>     -^_���  ���;���  .445  ',15  :  ���~x~:~x-x~x-'--'  A. W. Strie-:....i , wiy, and Miss  Strickland ami Mrs H.rsch left on  Monday for .-'ossl.uifi, Mr. Strickland  having been appointed accountant in  the Rossland hr.uich of the Bank of  Montreal. Mr. Fisher who succeeded  Mr. Strickland in Greenwood, ar  rived from Rossland on  Saturday.  Nineteen and  a half   tons of   Provi-  l deuce ore shipped to the Trail  smelter  | netted   the  owners 31598.50.    Another  ��� car'oad   of   20  tons  was  nliippe'."   last  > ivrck.    Fourteen men arc now at work  i on \-..r t'-.-iiertv and shipments will   be  i '  ���iiu   ������ ...-��� re frequently. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ������dl���:.*��9��<(##99999��9ff 999�� *�����*����������������** '*  * *���  | ,ON    \ THE BEST WORKMANSllU  9 EL  *  9 on all  9   Garments.  9  *��*:* V ���:�� St:�� S* ���? * �� �� Si 9 il* * r.i  ,J  EVERYTHING t HI A R ANTEED.  KANINC.  IM-'KS'-.IN..  AND  K l-*l*A I KIN-T,   IIONK  ��  9  9  9  9  ��  9  9  9  THE LATEST GOODS  THE LOWEST PRICES.  W.  * COPPER STREET,  * GREENWOOD.  *  Merchant Tailor  *  "., OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL,    IS  OOOCK3<>OOOC<X>000<X>00<K>{><X)00*000<^^  Having* taken over the Drug business of W. E.   Anderson, we will for the next few days offer the stock of  SOAP. HAIR BRUSHES.  TOOTH BRUSHES. SHAVING  BRUSHES. PERFUMES.  TOILET WATERS. ETC.,   ETC.  At a Big Reduction.        Call early and avoid the rush.  T. L. WHITE,  Though we have bought out our competitor our motto  will always be the "Best of Goods at the Lowest  Possible Prices."  1|^^<>CK>0<>0<><><>0<K>CKX><>0      0<K)OCHKK>CKKXHJOO<KKKX>00<><K)00000  Cfte  Boundary Creel Times  Issued every friday  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year S 2 00  Six Months    125  To Foreign Countries. 2 SO  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 21 190**.  COKE SUPPLY  The recent labor trouble at Mor-  risey, the possibility of more serious  labor difficulties arising at any time  and the rapidly growing needs of the  smelters without a corresponding in-  creaee in the output of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal company has forced those interested in the smelting industry to  view with some misgiving  the outlook  should awake to this condition of affairs.  It is absolutely impossible for the mining industry to extend until we are assured of coke supplies, and this will not  be in the immediate future. It is true  that new coke ovens are being con  structed as rapidly as possible, but  when it is realized that the Granby  company proposes to put in two additional furnaces next year, that the  Greenwood smelter contemplates a new  furnace, that the. Boundary Falls plant  has under advisement another furnace  and that the Northport plant has two  furnaces standing idle for want of coke,  besides which any stimulus to the silver-lead industry will correspondingly  increase the consumption ofthe Trail  and Nelson smellers, it will be seen  that consumption is likely to outstrip  production and that the smelters are  more than likely to be iu even a more  favorable position a ycir hence than is  the case today unless the true situation  is grasped and the production of coke  enhanced on a much more liberal scale  than seems  to be  contemplated at  the  for the future.    The mines are clamor-  ingfor more new  smelters.   The mines   present time.  ofthe Boundary could easily suplvdou-j     .'While  little  has  beeu   said on   the  ble the quantity  of ore  that  is  being j suhject ,-js yet .consumers of coke being  treated at present but  rmelters will be | to ()eepiv engrossed in   the problem  of  of little value unless they can secure an . seCuriiig coke under any conditions,  it  adequate supply of fuel. Mr. Graves  who is at the head of the largest producer of ore and the largest smelting  works in the district has sounded a note  of warning.    He says:  "An effort shoulJ be made to stimu  ��� ate the production of coke if the inter-  is a fact that liritish Columbia smelters  are placed at a great disadvantage in  competing with ottier copper producers  in regard to the price of coke. Statistics have established the fact that last  year the average for the continent of  America   for coke  was 52 2i  per  tun  ests of the country are to be safeguard-! aboard  cars  at   the  ovens.    Our  coke  "ed. At the present time the consumption of coke is equal or greater than  the production, smelting plants are unable  to put coke  in   reserve to  guard  costs usS6.25at the smelter���S4.2S on  board cars at the ovens and $2 freight.  When we market our product it is in  competition with   producers  who have  of the smelters. Under che circumstances the govern ment should arrange  for the development of its coal measures in the Crow's Nest Pass. With  railway facilities to the Similkameen  and Nicola those districts would in all  probability be able to supply the Boundary smelters but no relief can be expected from that direction for at least  two years.  At present Mie only available source  of supply is theCrow's Nest Pass Coal  Company. While the company may  think i} has a right to quarrel with its  men or its men may feel that they have  the privilege of walking out whenever  the spirit moves them, the public interests are of greater importance than  those of the company or its men. Neither the company nor its men should  be allowed to par-ily-'.c the mining industry. It is painfully evident that  manager Tonkin can secure the maximum auiout of strikes and the minimum amount of work. To prevent conditions similar to those which obtained  in the Pennsylvania regions would it  not be well to prescribe a modicum of  prevention? The mining and smelting  industries are so important and so entirely dependent upon the continuous  operation of the Crow's Nest P.lssC.) 1  Mines that the Dominion government  should appoint a commission that  would have power not only to adjust  the differences between the oompany  and its men but also to inquire into the  matter of securing a full supply of fuel  for the smelters.  <*kkk>-oooo-**xx: *t>c^ o o-o o o o o oo<K>o ^  <><>0-<><>0-<>0*<-'<K30.>0<>*00*>CK^  06     ..  fi  Established 1836.      Incorporated by Royal Charter.  CAPITAL,   ^,000,000--$4,8()6,6()6.6(>  Reserve FuimU365iOOO--$1,776-1333.33  London England.     H. ST1KEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELM.SLY, Inspector. Montreal.  Branches ami agents in all the itriticiiial cities nf Canada and  the  United States,  and corrcsiiimdeiits in all parts of the world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  ���6-6<><>0<K><KKKX>O<><><>-0<XK^  0-0<K30<>0<><>000:C><X>0-CK>^^ <X><MMXXMX>(*��>0(K>000-000000000  -*>**&���: THE :-  Copper Street.  '^1  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT,  12?  P5'  MEALS  AT ALL  HOURS  PKIVATK   ROOMS   FOR   LADIES.  *  Charles R. ^ittocK  *  *.  TRY  OUR   COFKE E  ^Rropr.  s? s? s? ** & *f sf if *' s? *? *f &&*?*? *f -^^^^^jpjf>jj(ijfjrrjf.jp;"jpjpjj>-^ijj-  V? **. sf s? Sf ��" Sf Sf ��*- sf sf Sf f?t?t?t?t?   & & & j* & j* & &�� & j* & j* jt & & ji  ***�����  against temporary disarrangements of I had ail the advantage of low priced coke  the   supply,   ard   we  are  living from ] obtainable elsewhere���the fact that we  hand to   mouth   with   respect  to  coke, j we treat low grade ores counts for   no-  At our own plant we sometimes place a j thing when  the world's  market is  cn-  car of coke in the bins without knowing j tered.    It seems to ine there is no more  where the next  car is  to come  from. ; profitable  field for  investment than is  i  The   same applies to  other smelting j afforded by the coal and coke  industry  plants depending upon the Crow's Nest j of British Columbia.'"  Coal Company forcoke���the simple far.t ;     It is quite evident that the Coal Corr.-  is that the supply is  not up  to the  re- ; pany is unable to increase its ou';j- ' t��.i  quirements of the country and  people j meet the rapidly growing requiri-meiits ! ^00000<>000<)00000<>0<><XXK><)00  ���**,���*���-.  *>&  DO   IT  NOW v^  "���"$  If your teeth have not been VsV*  examined by a dentist within ^  the past year 3"-ou will bejv#  consultim-r your interests bv viVs  having it done at your earli-j ���*.*".,"'  est convenience, and thou.'-**lij*s^  the teeth may be found perfect, the satisfaction of having the dentist tell you this  Greenwood  Liauor Company  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  Wft  -*&  *��� * * Pahst and  * * * Kalgary Beer. S  R GRIEGER, Manager.  s?s?&rPi?ii?tPiiPi?**f?i!'r?s!'sS't?ii'~  *,-��� *"��� ���>������ Xf.Sf Sf Si' *-*' *f *" *����� Sf S>"S?*?ff Sf  �� fi v** ���** ..** ,*�� ���."*�� v* ���,*-* �� ���*' < .�� *���< ..���� .< ���.**  At v* it it <* >* .�� -i? ..*5 & v5' S -.�� v* f* -J* .St  We.  is agreeable  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  NadeH-Flootl Illoclc, Greenwood, B.C.  Jt <��? <J.t ����� & & .�� .it J�� ,J* JX -it Jt Jl,)�� Jjt Jf  J. A. ZELLER,    Prop.  Comfortable rooms by day or  month.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Hoard   and   R-.i.nu   bv the month  ���52.S,tV)0.  ��V j"*- H" &" *' F ** a'"����"' *" J? J? 8<'" j? f? if K1*  O0OOO<XKKK><K><XK>0O<>OOC)O0<K>O  Delicious Toothsome  Better Than Imported  Goods.  SI m BUTTER  from Alberta, A 1 in every  particular,  E. SEMERAD  Dealer   in    Fruits,   Con.**-  fectionery. Etc,  9  %r  .ffl��%:0*#**����l|(**��*��*!��*#*^-**!R*������f��#��*��i!'*S��!*ft  it  ��� ' "��� :".'.''' ��� 9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ���:.- <*'?  erSeason  Is now iu full swiug.    Try our  BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from  the  beds.    Strictly  fresh  aud of good quality.  ��� -**���*"���*�������  R  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  "��"  -fi  9  Si  rr*i*.��i!M��#��*tft��#��#��*f��iai��j!r��i��a-a��st��i*��f��i*�� ��t#m�� �����#���������#)*��� ���&#<*#����*#���#**-�����  ^**k*>.:m:->.x-><-*<*hkmXm>->-��^^^  DEALERS IN  ! FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STKEET.  GREENWOOD.  ���X'-K^x^^^-^X":'-**"  The  Largest,  Most  Modern,  Best  Equipped  Store in  b. a  WHERE GOODS AND PRICSS ARE ALWAYS  RIGHT.  LIMITED.  ILFiELD 00. >,w  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  New Ten Commandments.  Thou shalt not go away from  home to do any trading, nor thy  son nor thv daughter.  II."    ���-.  Thou shalt patronize thy home  merchant and thy home printer,  for yea, verilv, doth thy home  printer spread over the land glad  tidiugs of thy goodness - aud  greatness aiid they shall patronize thee.  III.  Thou shalt employ thy own  mechanics that they may not be  driven from their homes to find  food for their little ones, thou  shalt consider him as thy neighbor, above them that dwelleih in  a strange town.  . iv.   : '.^ y,:,-y  Thou shalt not ask for credit  as goods cost much money, and  the merchant's brain is burdened  with bills.  y.  Thou shalt hot ask for reduced prices for thy "influence" for  behold guile is in thine heart  and the merchant'readeth it like  an open book.; ��� H*e laug-heth thee  . to scorn and shoutethtto his "ha,  ha". '���'��� ���:.   .*.  .vr-::-y-I.'     '  Thou shalt do whatever lieth  in thy power to encourage and  promote the 'welfare .of thine own  town and thine ,pwn people.  Thou shalt hot suffer the voice  of pride to overcome thee, and if  other towns entice.thee, consent  thou not for thou mayest be deceived. " -*--���- -. ���' v  VIII.     :"  Thou shalt spend thy earnings  at home that they may return  from whence they came and give  nourishment to such, as may come  after "thee. .'"���**'''.  ..'ix. y.j  "���.'  Thou shalt not bear false witness against the town wherein  thou dwelleth, but speak well of  it to all men.  ���X.  Thou shalt".take these commandments and teach them to  thy children to the third and  fourth generation that they may  be made to flourish and grow in  plenty when thou art laid to rest  ~with7"thy" fathers.-       ~      "7   ��� ���     j  A Magazine Tb&ty Years Old:���The  Cristmas (December) Number of  THE DELINEATOR is! also the  Thirtieth Anniversary Number.  To do justice t6 the number, which  for beauty and utility tottchfes the highest mark, it would be necessary to print  the entire list of contents^ It is sufficient to state that in it the best modern  writers and artists are generously represented. The book contains over 230  pages, with 34 full pige illustrations,  of which 20 are in two or niore colors.  The magnitude of this December number for which 728 tons of paper and 6  tons of ink have been used, may be understood from the fact that 91 presses  running 14 hours a day, have been required to print it ; the binding alone  of the edition of 915,000 copies representing oaer 20,000,000 sections which  had to be gathered individually by  ,.hitman hands.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvemeat.  NOTICK.  "ROB ROY"   Mineral Claim, situated in   tno ,  Kettle River Minimr Tn-ision of Yale  Dist- :  rici.    Where  located :     Providence Creel,-  ''camp, west of and adjoiuinjr "Iron Mnuui- !  aiu" mineral claim. ���  TAKE NOTICK  that  I.  James   Alexander I  Macdonold, actinir as ajreut for James   .1. I  Warren,   Free  Miners  Corlilic.-ile    No.   l!*>7.ii>��, I  Intend,   sixty   flays from   the   dale   hereof   lo '  npply to (lie Mining Itet-oriler for a Cisrli."u-i.t'- '  of.Improvements for llio  purpose, ot iibluiiiliu;  Crown Grant of the nhove elnlm  And further take notice Unit aetion, under  Section ,17,   must  he  commenced   before   the  Issuance of such Ccrti'i'iiti; of Improvement.  Dated this 22nd day of September,A. I).. |W2.  !  J. A. MACDONALD. j  r "Hello, Bill." answer to the call "ad-j  vertise." Note us, the O. I. C. New  Sz\  Second Hand Store, A. L. White & Co,  opposite A.   H. Sperry  Co.  NOTiCE OF FORFEITURE.  To George Eeardsley of Greenwood, B.C., and  any person or parsons tc whom he may  have liave transfer icci his interest in tlie  '*L. S." Mineral Claim, situate in Skylark  Camp in tl;.- Kct'.h- li;ver Mining Division  of Y.tle District.  Tnrnniini!  .XLUilili li  Connections with  Western Union  Telegraph Company*  i22.il:W ni'i'.ccs in U.S.A.]   AND   Great Nortti-Wcstern of Canada-  [2 ou ollices in Canada.1  Vi'l.I AUK lierobv notilied  that  1  have ex- |  ,,..., ,1 ...l -- v,r ,,.,   ;,,    ,,..,!.,.   ,,,   j,,,l,|    ,1,,.   c..i,|   !  n'.u-::i,   <:i u ���'.   uiid.-r   the   iirove.iois   of  the1  ?.t IU--I- : 1 Ai't.'lK'l you should leiUrihllll!  --W2.-0 \  a-* your  portion   "I   ihe  said  sum for vour ml-;  divided  <iiii; half   iuieresl  in said claim  and If 1  within 'W days from tin*.first  insertion  of  lliis j ,,,... ,,  ,,,,., ���,,.,*, Tn   (II    Tm,   -nrmiin  no.k-ey.mf.iilonefnsetoeontiil.nteihesHmoflGABLri  SKKvICh  !()  ALL    I 1IL   WORLD.  ."I02..-.1 which is now due hy you,  loirethor -.villi j  all costs ol - dveitisin-r. your interest in the said  niiiier.'l  claim   will become ihe prnperty of 'he  vibscribor under section tour of nu Act entitled  tln> "Mineral Act Amendment Act." l'Jdli.  JJ.-mul  al.  greenwood.  IJ.  C.  the 2(>th day of  September, 1002. ROllKK'l" DEMPSTER.  i .1. C. HELM. Ollice Manatrer, Greenwood, K.C  | ti:i.i-:imiom; ko. 12.  First insertion Sept. 2d.  Last insertion Dec. 26.  , ^4,4.4,4,$,4,4,4,4,4,4, *$ 4,4,4,4�� 4,4-, 4,4.4* 4,4. v4��@  ,.**5-  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NQTICK.  FOURTH-OF-JULY", Mineral Claim, sitjatc  in the Ksttle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICEUi-U wc Alex. Waddell and  E. Sullivan, Free Miners' certificate Nos.  B. 40,450and B.40,449 respectively, Intend, sixtv  days from the date hereof, to . apply to the  Mining-Recorder for'a.Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action uuder  section 37, must be comjijenced bsfore the issuance of such Certificateof Impruvemsnts.  Dated this 31st. day of May, A. D. l'J02.  "Cast issne Jan 15  MINERAL ACT-.  Certificate of Improvements*  NOTICE.  BOSTON Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale District  Where located :    Ou Canyon Creek,  Main  Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Felix Darra^h and  William  Dacey. Free Miners Certificate Nos.  ���51.857 ajld B30,3S8 respectively,intend,sixty days  from tile date hereof,   to apply to the Minimr  Recorded for a Certificate of Improvements, foi  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 6UCh Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.  X<a��t issue Jan   lS  ,   *#  ��� '4*  JS*.  :   *&  :  4*  *  e%  iu  ill  ill 0   i idL  Is what they all say about  E NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  Impossible   to  cut  the   faces   shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  '**  4��  -���*���'  cLennan,  "McFeely   & ���. Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street, VANCOUVER, B. C.  ���*  j  ���#-  ���+  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  TACOMA Mineral claim situate in the Kettle  Kiver Miuiii}.*- Division of Osoyoos District.  Wlic-re located : Near l'onudary Falls and  adjoiniuy the Dnn'tKnow mineral claim.  -~pAI\K NOTICK that I, Sydney M. John sou  1. acliuu' as airent fur Sam J. Jensen, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. IJ -tl7'J9 and Annie  Cliristenmu. Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  I> s IJI5, intend sixty days from the  date hereof, lo npply 10 the Mining- R.-corder  lor a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a crown ynmt of the above  claim.  And further take notice that action, under  -eclion 37, must be common-ed before the is-  siianceof siicli certificateof improvements.  Dated thisOtli dav of Julv, A. D.. llt'2.  Sept. IS. "   SVDNICY M, JOHNSON.  If is getting  *ttt*it��ii0  * �� * $ $ ��  0     0      0    t 0      S  ^*j�����f9 ���?��� *��* ^ ^ "^ ���!��� -Is $* ���% *f- ^ $* <%"&$"& ���%> ��f' -f4 ^ ^ fy��  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCENIC   ROUTE  Direct route  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  Boston  New York  WEST  New Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Skagway  Dawson  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  ^'STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets .:..  S304,568,063.49 Surplus .   .  S(��6,137,170.01  ������. ."      H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building*, - - Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. K!PP, Casliier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801,  rr n.-gyjcmim Tj.tvm*nj jr mx*:��*v .wmwwi nt**m m pa  P. O. BOX 2%.  'PHONE 179  J|*    S H*4*��'aa*Lui5^,i.sti2   %���?    \iuf^  Of  WHOI/ESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  ���     TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS.  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM,J_.:���_yyiARGlJ^  ^....BOQUET,_,_���_..^OUR. SPECIAL..  EL, JUSTIELO,        EL. CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,    SCHILLER  Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, H. C.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improve ments.  NOTICE.  "LA PLAZA"   Mineral   Claim,   situate in the  Kettle River, Mininir Division of Yule District.    Where located :    Providence camp.  Take Notice Hint I. John !��. McLeod, ������"ree  Miner's Certiiicate "So. i! :-*t'i34 as a-.'eiit fur  tii>orire P. Miller. I'ree. .M ::i- r"s Certificate N'o*  1! 6511(1(1' intend, sixty ilay*, fmi-.i the date hereof,  to'apply to the Miiisin>r Recnriler for a Certiiicate of Iniprovements. for liie purpose ol  obtaining a Crown (trautof tlie uliovc cl.'iim.  And furllic- lake notice, thai action, andei  section 37, mifl lie coniMeiiced before the issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvement-*.  Dated this 21slda\ of Ootohei*. A. 11.. I'D*!.  Last ins. Dec. 24. J. P. McLKOD  Corporation of The City ol Greenwood.  MINERAL ACT-  (ertificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "MONITOR*'  Mineral  Claim,  situate   in  the  Kuillu Kiver Mining Dhi.ion ot   Yale  Dis  trict.       Where   lo:at d :       On    Horseshoe  Mountain. Main Ke'.th- River.  TAKI" NOTICE lint 1. Albert V.. Asheroft.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. l!;ii2'-5 actiiij,'  ..s airent for O.ven MeIlo;v, l-'ree Miner's Cer-  lificnle No. H742I.J, and .laenh Petersen, Free  Miner's Certili.true No. ll4i.l*llo, inteiei  sixty da,\s li< in ill} date heiem'. to apply  lolhe Milling re.'.id*r for a certi Pcate ol I ni.  ])iovenients. lor tlie purpose of ohuinin<r a  crown (iranl of the above claim.  And further t.-'.K-e notice th:ii .'ic*i"ii. under  section .'?, iiiiisi |,e commence.I before ihe is  sua nee of sech certi licate of Tm ;n*. iv<'inenls,  Daled this 3<nh dav of September, A. 1>. 1 '01.  AI.ISICKT K. ASIlCKOF'l*, !'. L. >  Last issne Dec. 3l.  Lake Route  From Fort William, the favorite  summer route for all eastern points.  Via Soo Line  For St. Paul. Dnlttlli, St.ult Ste. Marie  CliicH.tiii, etc.  Tlirougli Tourist S!f-*��!'i!( Cars  You will want to send your  friends east something-.  They are interested in you  and consequently in the  city and district where you  live. Why not send litem  the Times for a year. It  will cost you only Two  dollars; mailed direct from  this office to anv address.  1  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co  Nelson & Fort Shcppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. & E. Ry. & 8. Co.  LiltJ  h      il;  i   V   I"1    -'-��� i   -i  J     -ICtfll  tl : leaves.  Kootenay ly .Ti.ii..; T-.i,--Itiy and Saturday for'Toronto, "vluiittvu! and all  eastern points.  JT2 Qf T..enve.s    Revelstoke.    daily  Y !i^O >:   j-,,r Settle and Vancouver.  Throuir''!   Ivoki'tio-.s   tu   Kit rope via  till At Untie lines.  PrepaM   tickets  at lowest rates issued  from till i'l-nriipeari countries.  Complete Equipment  Unequalled in the West.  For   time   tables,   rates and full particulars apply to local agents.  E. REDPATH, Agent.  ^,^=_^.^_&re.en.wo.od,B.-*JC..^  J. S. CARTER, E. J. COYLE,  DP..A., Nelson.      G.P.A. Vancouver  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nel-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points enst, west and  south; connects at Ros-s'atiri and Nelson with the Canadian P.tcific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Aug. 17th. 1902.  Leave Arrive  9:15 a. m. Spokane 5:45 p. m.  10:30 a. m. Rossland 5:10 p. tn.  7:15 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. m.  11:07 a. m.   (Millers, Grand 3:58 p. m.  Forks)  9.20 a. m. Republic 5:45 p. m.  **^---EUA. JACKSON,-^-,.--  -   ^  General Passenger Agent,  S pokane, Wash  /faK^-r^'C^  il  66 This Guarantee Labei  ��  I   M  which Is placed  ia the lefL hand  pocketof the coat  or overcoat in  aR<  Royal Brand -  CLOTHING  teCQISTCRCO  MUNICIPAL ELECTION'S, 1903.  VOTERS LIST.  .Tlii; following iii-rsnits are Binitli-il to hnvu  their numes iilaci-d on the Voters I.i-'l fur tin.-  Municipal EKiction-* f.n- tin- yi-:ir ]���).).��, f.'i-  Mayuraitd Aldermen of ilieUil.v uI.;i'.ih-iiwci-  Any male.nrfuinali-, bi'iiiir a P.rilisli suliji-ci  of the full aj,>-e of twenty one years who,  a. Is the owner of real i-sUt'e of the asses-i-d  valueof not less than one hundred dollars or,  b. Is the representative, to *-infr .1 rc-i lent  British subject duly authorized by Urn directors  of an incorporated company, which is the assessed owner of lands, or of improvements of  lands.situated within tile Municipality or,  c Is tlie holder of a trades license, the annual fee.of which is not less than five dollars  or,  d. Is a householder, who has paid, on or he  fore the 31st. day of December in Ihe year immediately pJior to the day of Ihe nomination, all  municipal rates, taxes, assessment rentals and  license fees, which are not oeamjiMbly on land,  payable by him or her to the Municipality.  Provided however that in the eis.i of the  holder of a trade license' or in the case of a  householder, he or she shall, durini.' tlie Month  of December, In each year, make aud cause to  be delivered to the City Cler!,- u statuary declaration- set out in S.-ctioii Z of The Municipal Elections Act Amendment Act l''J2.  Forms of the said declaration ui-iy he obtained at the oflice of the City C lurk at the City Hall  Greenwood B. C.  ... B. TAYJ.'*'.-     {  Dated November 14th 10o2 C. .M C.  Certificate of. Improvements-  ��� NOTICK.  j COKNWAM.  Mineral   Claim   situate   iu   tin-  | Ketlle  Kiver   M'minjr   Division   of Osoyuo-  Disirii-t.       Where    located:      About  'two  "mill's   Xorili   east  of  Camp   MclCinuey  on  Mct-.'irreii Creel,-.  TAKK XOTIC'E that I. S,.dney M. Jolitisou  actinir us nirimt f��n I'. I:. S. Struiho r.  I'*ive Miner's Cerillican. No. l!-5(;.'. inu-ud.  sixty days from date hereof, lo apply lo the  Mininir Recorder for Certi lie He of Improvements, for the purposi! of ohi . n iiu' a Crowe  '".rani ol the above claim.  Aud  further take notice  that   anions, under  section   37,   must he commenced   before  the issuance of such Ceniiica'e of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd dav of .Inlv. A. 1). l'W  Sjp . ,S SliiN'in* -M. JOUXSON  Mineral Act1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  XOT1CE.  '���NICKLE PLATE" Miueral Cliim. -iiuate  iu the Kcltle Kiver Mi..in*r Division of  Vale District. When-locate! : About live  miles Xorth of Canv< u CreeK- aud about two  miles West of the Main Kelile Kiver.  TAKE X -TICE that we. Charles Xewniau.  X. E. Peterson and 1*. A. i.inli.'.rir. all of  '���'aiup McKinueV in the said Division. Five  Miner's Certiiicate Xos. I! +I.4S-); 15. 4H.447. and  II. 4n.44 * resse--.li-.ely. intend. si\iy days tnitn  the dan- hereof. u> apply to the -linir.L' Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for the  putp.ise of nbiaiuintr a Cro-.vn lir.mt of the  above claiin.  And  further take   notice that  action,  under  section  37.   must   be   commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  CHARLES NEWMAN*.  NILS EDVIX PETEKSOX  PAT KICK AXEL LINDBERG  Dare.! this 3Isi il ty of May, A. D. V-02.  Last i-si.e Nov. 3.i.  Brand"  -3  ing  is rsot there for Ornament.  It is a guarantee that" Royal Brand" Clothing  is���Tailor-made, manufactured under the roof of  E. A. Small & Co., its owners.  The label also serves to distinguish this  clothing from other makers, and prevents your  purchasing Inferior Clothing oft times sold as  " Tailor-made. "  Such Clothing, has a " sightly appear-  rancc " but i;; of little value, inferior workman.* hip  and p*~or -:-.;*':n:.is being employed iu its construe;:'*,:!, it therei ore does not hold its shape, nor  give satisfaction.  As a ��:cfc-.iju*:rd lech for (he Roys!  Trar.d  label in ihe pocket.  a> ���*-���*��� ���*'*fW*-��'*f *-'���-'' (��� ~i.-.Sj�����  >��-.^.'|..J.UIilM8ll.->.>IIIM�����l..  or  0  Seorge $  NW00D, B. C. &  THE    BOUNDARY    CKSEK   TIMES.  NOTICE OF F0RFE1TVRE.  NOTJCE OF FORFEITURE.  To A. BRANSON, D. R. CAMI'BELL, D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  Vou are hereby notified that T have expended  in labor and improvements on the ������lln-.toir"  '"Toronto'* and "St. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate en Cranberry Creek, West Fork- of  11' i"e':!i'. Sivrr, in ihe Kettle River "Minintr  Di '��� "������ of Yale District, the sum of Three  lie.' : .'. 'Vriars, and S7.��0 for recording the  s.'!������ si.-!: ',i-iufr the amount roi| Hired and  ?'��� ���:' i lo 'nld tile said claims under th ���  ���������������'��� "i��� u ii-';:��������� " Vini-.ral Act' ami Ameudii: ���  .   *' /   ;-'  ..'   *    * ������\-j��:ration o,' ninctyt'fiy .  .' ��� -ii ' ��������� <���'!���* *" ,'ic Hist |iuhlic;iiioii of this  ii,.i!.;������ :i: 'i. oundary Creek Times you fail  or ri'fuse to cmrihuie your portimi of such ex-  pniiiltture, namely S23l).5<l. loirether with al'  costs ��� of advertising, your liueresl iu s.'itd  niiix-ra. '���'������:'iis shall become invested in me  (your cii..",-,.i'.'] upon lilinir in tile proper oflice  iu that beii.iii" iheaflidavit'required by Section  4 of the ''Mineral Act Aniundment Aci. l'liW."  Dated this 28tli day of October. PJ02.  JOHN N. CREDEN.  Last puplicntion .Ian. 31, ''.��<?.  To JOHN COLLINS and any person or persons to ���..���hom he iu\v 'ave transferred his  inleiesls in the-'Tl'1 U.'OI'" Mineral claim  situate on the West Fork of Kettle Kiver.  lyinir North of and adjoiu'ip-,' the Knob  Hill Mineral claim in ' the. Kettle River  Villi it).* Division of Vale District.  You are hereby ttotilied that I have expended  flii2.su in order to hold the said miner.-! claim  under Uie provisions of Ihe M'inenil Act. thai  you should conl ribnie irrl.'.'." :is your portion of  the said sum for yoer ,-,*-'��� ,*:ded one half iit���  ��� vest iu said chiitnau:' 'r .*,-'. in ' ���) days from'  '.lie lirst insertion of ' li;* ' ��� ice you fail or re-  fuse to coniribute the suei ot' :?**.'.'25 which is  now due b.', you. lo';*--.hei with al! costs Of  Hdvertisinir. v-itn' levresi in said mineral  oliiim will become . i" proper-y of the subscriber under section four o'" ail Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Aci.'*'%U.  Dated   at  Greenwood,  Ii.   C.   the 2Stli dav Of  October. V102. JOHN MATTHEWS.  Last insertion Jan. 31st, l'!03.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of improvements  NOTICE.'  "MEXICO"' Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Kettle River Mining ni vision of Yale District. Where located : Iu Triple Luke  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B30265. acting-as airent for John C. JTarr, Free ylinei's  Certificate No. B50582, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mininir Recorder  for a Certificate of Iniprovements. for the purpose .,{ obtainiuir a Crown Gram of the above  claim.  Aud further take notice, that action, under  - ection 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Iniprovements,  Dated this 30th day of .September, A. D., 1902.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  Last issue Dec. 31st.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  notice. ������'"':  "HUNTER" -Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mininir Division of Yule  District. Where located : Horsesl.o-)  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B302t,5, acting-  as ag-ent for Owen Mellon, Free Miner's Certificate No. B74202 intend sixty-  days from the date hereof to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improve  ment for the purpose of obtaining- a crown  grant for above claim. .  And further take notice that action u.tdei  cectiou 37 must be commenced before the is-'  suance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this 2Cth day of-September, A. D.,' 1902  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S;  Last issue Dec. 31. .  FOR SALE.  Eig-ht room house ou Silver Street, Fisher's  addition, Greenwood, B. C. cheap lor cash, or  on easv terms. Also Anacoeda, Ii. C, property  for sale Address FRANK MILLER, 2013  Mallou Ave., Spokane. Wash.  To GEORGE RITER. of the City of Green wood-  in the Province nf British Columbia, Pros,  pector:  -You are hereby notified that I have expended  S2U0.00 in per formiujr assessment work ou  the  *lfar<iuahala" and "Paramatta*' Mineral  claims, situate in Copper Camp. In the Kettle  River Mining Division, Yale District, British  Columbia, and the sum of S5.00 for recording  thesaid work, the same being necessary to hold  ihe claims tinder the provisions of the Miueral  Act and Amending Acts, and if at the e.\'|)ir-  ai.on of ninety days from the date of the hrst  publieai'oi! of this notice iu the Uoimdary  Creek "i;i-s, you fail or refuse to contribute  your o":r of such expenditure, namely the  sum , !' -,.*��� .s3. together with all the costs of  adv.:ri,>.,i r, yonr interest iu the said claims  shall b.*i.iiinc vested iu your co-owners, pro  rata, according-to their several interests there  iu, in pursuance of the provisions of section"*  of the Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900.  Dated  at Greenwood.  British Columbia, this  20th, day of October, A. D., W02.  MIKE MORRIS.  Lost - Near High Gate archway, an  umbrella belonging- to -a gentleman  with a bent rib.  Annual sale now going on. Don't  go elsewhjre to be cheated���come in  here.  SEALS, STENCILS. l'RICK MARKEKS.  PUINTING WHEELS, NUMBEKIXG  MACHINES, BAND DATING AND NUM-  IlERINtt STAMPS, CHECK PERFORATORS, KUUBBK TYPE, PRJNTINC  PRESSES, ETC.   FKAMLIN STAMP WORKS, Vancouver  .��  sdaaaiiaaraH^^  K^cv   /-T ftY -*��! f*-     .*  Engineers   and   Mine  -4Superintendents will find  : fcii ft- li /irf ^ *-���    ^-  fi (������'     fj/ jf? it to their interest to re  l^/^&l  33  yy  r r^>  fer to us *whe j in need of  anything in the Pumi  line.  We make Pumps 0  J>  .       ,-j /   ������   ������- ������- ��� ��������������"����  .f'&S/     every description for all  services.  Pump Catalogues and  (Specifications sent upon  {request. We manufacture also Northcy Gas and  iGasoline Engine���cheap���  Ihandy���safe. Send for  ��� Booklet.  Cunliffe& McMillan.  Agents at Rossland B.C.  (Vancouver Engineering  Works, agents at Van-  ouver, B. C  ^#^����#(l><^  m  ���4^  m  ��� vi*-' -V;  .WHEN YOU WANT.  �� #  >w  That is printing. When a'ou want cheap nasty printing  send east for h.    Our vStock and.work is always "the   best;  _AULLi?ii9--?^^  now*_,has_p.ow:er..  presses and everything necess-iry for good work and  prompt delivery. We pay the highest wages ana get the  best workmen.  m_  i^<.  ihe ^Boundary Creek Times.  e  ^IM^r     ^        +        I'T.TT        T        T        +���       T        1* -!*        ���+        -,"���        -J-        +        $        $        I1        ^        ^        ^        -f        ^      Vtfrj.  X  A List of Firms Who Are  Doing  Business in  y ���-,'        "  ���?��� Greenwoorf;        ;  ft v,.';;:      '  '''AAAAtySfAAQAQA^QA^AjftAAQA^  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. Finucane, ��� Manager.  THE BANK   OF  BRITISH NORTH  AMERICA.  W. G. H. Bei/t,       -       -      Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Henry F. Mytton,        -      Manager.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  RENDELL, & CO.,  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings,  Boots and Shoes/Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL--LAW--CAULFIELD CO.,  LIMITED.  Dealers in  Hardware,  Groceries ��� and  Furnishings.  JEWELLRY.  MILLER BROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  S. BARRY YfflILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Je*veller.  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  Tip* MART.  Gaunce & Wickwire.  Real  Estate.   Money* to   Loan.   Fire  Life lind XccWent Insurance.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant.Tailors.  Greenwood, St.  "W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.y     Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty. ;:' "t.  'Greenwbbd/B. C.:  DRUGGISTS.  J..L. \VHITEv:-���-   ��� '   V:"-"-  DrupgiBt,    ., r       , , , Copper St. *  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,      : -   d  1 ,    ......  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large* '  warehouse for storing, goods- ;:,  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall. ���  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.  BEALEY INVESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY, Limited. s  George R. Naden,       -       Manager.  -*'���-���':-       . - J-li:!.'.     .'���������J. iT .������...: ;,;  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Bstate.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  Barristers, Soucitoks.  Notaries Public  ,  CahiB Address:   "hallett.**  PnnKs   ) Bedford iM'Ncill'n   Gr*fnwOOO.  a. e.  I Moreing* Neal's  ( Iieiber's.  1. H. HALLETT.  H. C. 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Dealers in Furniture, Carpets and  Linoleums, etc.  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Portman & Portman,        Proprietors.  In draft or.bottles at all leading-  hotels.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. Greigek, Manager.  Agents for Pabst and  Calgary Beer  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil. Enotnkkr,  Dominion    and?   Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,   s :     :   0.   O.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Survejer.  Mlnlot and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  MINERAL ACT 18<J6.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. ;*"*:-���  "SILVER DOLLAR" Mineral  Claim, situate  in the Kettle River Miniuif Division of YaleDistrict.   Where located :   About five miles  North of Canvoii Creekand about two inile��  West of the Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Charles Newman;  of Camp McKinney iu Hik said Division.  Free Miner's Certi ficate'"No. B 4o,4S'' and Jacob  Peterson, of the same place, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B. 40,44��., intend sixty days from:  the date uereof,- to apply to the Miiiinir Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements fur  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to.  the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  cectiou -V7, must be commenced before the issuance of such Ccnilii-ute of Improvements.  Dated lliis.'Ist <l:iv of May. A. D., l'J02.  CHARLES NEWMAN,  JACOB PETERSUN.  Last issue Nov  30.  SOCIETIES.  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every Tuesday Evenini; at 8 00 in then  lodee room a.t the W..,k1 Hall.    A cordial inrl  tation is extended loall sniouniing bre'hern  W. Elsox, X.u. a. I). Hallett. RecSee  F.re! Fire! W. A. Chappelle, better  known as "Old Cap," will act as Chimney Sweep, clean and set up your stoves  lftave word at Pioneer Hotel or O.  I. C. New and 2nd hand store. M  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   .TIMES.  0<H2<><>6<-K*H->0-0<K>0000<*^^  THE EDITOR'S  EASY CHAIR.  {wW0<j<)C<)000<>0<>0000000000-0)!( 0000000000000000000000<MXX>  A -new Rider Haggard has arisen.  There is nothing in Allan Quartermain  or -King Solomon's Mines more entertainingly fascinating than W. J.  Brewer's description of the Ollala  mines. Mr. Brewer is president of tlie  Olalla Mining & Smelting Company.  In "company with others interested in  the company lie visited the properties  of the company in the Similkameen  district.- He returned to New York  and was interviewed by J. Otis Swift  of the New York World. M.-. Brewer  could make his fortune as a word painter and. J., Otis .Swift as a genius,  The interview took up a full page of  the New York World, save the space  taken by a photo-engraving of the gentleman described as- the forcible and  energetic president of the Olalla Company.'  Mr. Brewer's descriptions are decidedly refreshing. We who live in British Columbia, have been surfeited by  the good things nature has provided and  cannot appreciate our climate nor the  glories of our scenery. It requires a  man from New York to do that.  Nor" was Mr Brewer alone in his enthusiasm. Mr. Mirandon a member  of his party is responsible for the following ;  "If I were not tied to New York by so  many ties of busines ahd duty, I would  be tempted to settle duwn among those  grand mountains of British Columbia  and pass a life of cqmfcrt, peace and  plenty. Southern British Columbia is  one of the garden spots of the world.  "It is a. paradise.  "And in addition to the glorious climate the; agricultural possibilities, the  wealth of lumber and the abundance of  water power, it is^in tha-opinion -of:  many, the richest corner of the mineral  kingdom. The mountains are junks  of copper, gold and platinum. The  world is just waking up to it. There  is an unprecedented rush into the territory.  Until we read the interview in the  New York World we were laboring under the impression that the Similkameen    was  "bottled  up"  awaiting   a  ���"railway" blit^'w^  party found that.  "The hills are full of prospectors  Every day records new arid rich strikes.  Several large companies'are now work-  in ����� ia the boundary district and are  alread-paying big dividends. We believe we have the cream of the Similkameen, but who knows what may be  discovered tomorrow ?"  Ma. Mirandon acted as a curtain  raiser for the star actor, Mr. Brewer.  Asked how he became interested in Olalla he replied :  "All the wopld knows W. C. Mc-  Dougall, a stanch, honest, blue-eyed  Scotch Canadian, a practical and earnest mining man, who had spent some  fifteen years in tnose regions. Every  one has read how he came East to interest capital, and how, as a result, the  Olalla Copper Mining and Smelting  Company was organized. I had listened to the story of McDougall. I l.ad  seen him sitting in my office, with des  peratc earnestness in his countenance,  his blood'flushing through the deep  bronze on his bearded face as he told of  the richness of the valley that had been  discovered among those wild, jagged  mountains: I but half realized it. I  heard that my friend, Governor-elect  John L. Bates, of Boston knew the  properties. I went to Boston to see  him. The reports wliich he had received from reliable sources awakened  me to a sense of their greatness. Bui  when I walked at McDougall's elbc-vr  through the tunnels that had been  driven and   saw the  masses of  cupper  CHAPTER 4fi.  An Act to amend  Uie Liquor Licence Act 1TOJ.  ���'WO c 13."  !2lst June, 1902.;  His Majesty, by and with the advice and  cim-  ' seot of the   Legislate  Assembly of the province <-f British Columbia, enacts as f.Hows:  1. This   Act  may be cited    as   the   Liquor  I.iccn.-e .Vet (1 "WO' Amendment Act. 1W2.  2. Soct on 37, of chapter 18 of the statutes of  I'l'H). beinir the "Liquor License Act WOO" is  tvino- .-.viiosed everywhere-���masses that j li-.-reby repealed, and the following substituted  *yll'a c-'*.i-,-'--'v-�� - j therefore. :  lown \     -37.    >;,,  license under this Act  shall be ls-  ; s ed nr transferred to any |,erson of the Indian  One goes- I fully realized   that he   vva - ��� race, or  In any person who isnot on the list of  �� .       voters  for the  Legislature of the province of  justified in  his enthusiasm.    There   t.*>   ..ritishColumbia."  the treasure of an empire waiting for  us to dig it out and bring it to civilization. And I then made up ms mind to  link myself with these properties, and  did so.  Mr. Brewer discovered new features  in the seenery and new richness in the  soil.   He says:  "On Sept. 30 we left the railroad at  Okanagan landing and began a sail  down one of the lovliest lakes'that the  mountains of any country' in the world  hedge about. Lake Okanagan is narrow and eighty miles long. As I sat  on deck and watched the fertile valley  sweep past, with the prosperous towns  on either side, I could not help imag  ining the busy life that a few more  years will bring to that wondefully rich  land. All the farmers have to do is to  pu the seed into the land and it yields  tenfold, with little cultivation in tne  in the sense in which we use the word.  The autumn foliage glorified the mountain, tinting it in old gold, brown,  gteen and purple. It was very near to  fairyland. It was only an introduction,  though, to the glory of the country be-  ���yond."  So enthusiastic was Mr. Brewer that  he could even enthuse over a ride in a  British Columbia stage.    Listen:  "Instead of;roughing it into Olalla,  as several members of the party who  had not hitherto been there had half  expected, we bowled over splendid  roads all the way, riding in a dashing  tallylio' behind four spanking coach  horses.    Oh, those mountains."  "Can you wonder that as we came  out from a pass and our coach rolled  along the precipitous spur of a grand  old mountain seven hundred feet up in  the air, and our driver nointed to the  green valley beyond us, which nestled  away among the hills below us, aud  said there is Olalla, our party were silent and subdued with the thought that  in this amphitheatre ��� lay stored the  wealth that will make men rich beyond  the dreams of avarice?"  That is nothing. For pure and unadulterated ecstasy read Mr. Brewer's  opinion of the mines. Here is a speci-  matij^ ^^ ^^^ ^_^^_^ _ ^ .^..^^  "That afternoon we began the inspection. The mine that is the furthest along is the Bullion, just at the  left of the village as we entered Here  we have a tunnel running into the  heart of the mountain, and proving beyond peradventure that the ore grows  richer and richer as it goes deeper. AU  of the different mines are rich, but this  one shows to the best advantage, for  here the most work has been done.  The copper sticks out from the walls of  the tunnels, sticks up from the floors;  we stumbled over it climbing the  mountains, walked on It, ate our  lunches on it, saw i** all the time. It  lies, around exposed everywhere. It  was enutigli to turn the heads of ordinary mortals."  As Mr. Brewer is doubtless an ordinary mortal in the last sentence may be  found the clew for so much enthusiasm. But why continue. After the  pessimistic utterances that have been  so common, Mr. Brewer's statements  aire decidedly refreshing. We regret  that we havn't space to give the entire  interview so that we might send a  marked copy to Edmund B. Kirby.  A. B. McNeil of Victoria is here in  the interest ofthe Canadian order of  the Woodsmen of the world ; a fraternal insurandca society. An effort will  bs made to organize a local lodge of  the order. ���  The local lodge K. of P., are arrang  ing for a grand ball on the  evening of  January 1st���New Year's Night.  As Dr. A. O. McRae is absent from  the city there will be no service in the  Presbyterian church on Sunday morning. In the evening Rev. Mr. Thomson of Midway will take the services.  The last C. P. R. Steamer sailing on  the Great Lakes, will be from Fort  William to Owen Sound ou December  2nd.  On Monday next shipments of Emma  ore will be made from the new bunkera  for the first time. A siding has been  put in and modern bunkers erected to  facilitate the shipment of ore from  this property. It is expected that shipments will be increased to six car loads  a day.  Pianos for rent $5���$7 & $8 per month  O. I. C. 2nd hand man.  E. H. Mortimer has purchased the  real estate and insurance business of  McArthur & Monk at Phoenix. Mr.  Mortimer was for several years connected with the Bealey Company of this  city. If careful attention to business  and courteous treatment count, he will  make a big success in Phoenix.  MINERAL ACT ~  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  \r*-  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  5=*  CF*  CF*  ��� ��  Bank of  Capital, all paid-up, $12,000,000.  ontreah   $8,000,000.  Rest.  President.   Lokd Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Geokge A. Drvmmond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London,En^. {cwe^/cSsaL} New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and,Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any part.'of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  flMMMmmmmMmmmMmmmmmM  >��=9  *=��*>  fe=9  -m-J**  >*<=��  *�����  To LEWIS MEYER, FERDINAND HASSE,  and to any person or persons to whom thev  may have transferred their interest In the  "WHTTE HORSE" Mineral claim situate  in Copper Camp, in the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District, British Columbia.  You are hereby notified that we have caused  to be expended S205.00 to hold the said mineral  claim under the -Mineral Act" that the proportion you should contribute for you undivided one half interest in the above claim is $102.50  and if within.ninety days from the first publication of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute the said sum of 311)2.50 which is now  due, with all costs of advertising-, your interest  in the said mineral claim will become vested in  us the undersigned, 3-our co-owners under section 4[of an Act entitled the"Mineral Act Amend  iiientAct" 1900.  Dated at Greenwood this 7th November, 1902.  Margaret k. Mercer,  B. I,. Wood.  Jamhh Graham,  Annie Hudson.  AA*&"&^t&tAAAAAAAf^^$ftfAAtfAA  A -���!*>  I  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  ���--'iiv-'(?*������-" -.t-Sk"? <���"*���"*-  :| PAINTING AND  1 SIGN WORK.  THE f ANAM RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH ���0fcUMBIAl  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  -MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  ��.-  ;    REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America  Ass'ur-  Co. of. Londp.ii, England.  The! Western Assurance Co.,  ... of-Toronto.  ance Co., of Toronto.'  The .Canadian  Birkbeck,.Investment arid-Savings Co. [_  y/STOCKS,  i Copper jit.    Greenwood. |  *         t  <KK"IK"^���5K"^���M*"t">^���w^^<KK���*^���^���J������^<I���,���^  $$#)*���# $*$#-$ <K��.$��!(t*0eaa-��.a-��*#��<*('  Iff K  t  Now received on day of  issue.  Subscription SI.00   per   month.  Delivery in central district.  H. A. KING & CO.  AGENTS.  000000000000000060000000a  By Eastern catalogues.  Dont's send east for Xmas  presents because they are  cheap and get something'  you don't want. Come and  see our goods and get our  prices. We guarantee satisfaction   FURXITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  grow richer and purer the dei.pei  The   largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  1 LOGAN &Co  Watchmakers  and Jewellers.  9  '9  9  9  9.  9  9  9  9  9,.  9  9"  9.  *���'���'���  9  0  -��-  0  0  9  9  9  9  A  mm  11  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��  0  ��  0  6  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0  ��  0  0  0  0  0  9  9  9  0  ��  0  0  , 9  I 0  ; 0  > 9  *  i 0  0  ' 0  0  *  9  9  ��  0  ��  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ~9"  9  9  9  9  ft  9  9  9  9  9  ���znm���~  ONE OF MONROE'S  *   CIGARS.  THE BEST LINES iN  CIGARS,  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES!  Newspapers.      Periodicals  Stationery.  A Full Line Choice Caouy  H. B. MUNROE  9  9  9  9  0  0  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0  Copper Street. Greenwood.  R. Grieger of the Greenwood Liquor  Company has returned from a business  trip to Spokane.  I J. B. Fergusou, a well known insurance agent of Vancouver B. C,is in  the cit3\  A. H.  Sperry  left for Spokane  thi.-  morning.  C. M. Fassett of Spokane was in  the  city this we-^k.  The annual meeting of the  Greenwood Liberal Association will  be held  Wednesday    26th.    Large   attendance  requested.    By order.  J. R. Brown. Chas W. Wilson.  President. Secretary.  H. E. McDonnell and O. H. Becker  of the C. P. R. freight department were  in the city this week.  Colin C. Brown,  a  commercial  man  is paying the city a business visit.  Fr;nk C. Loring and Fred H. Oliver  were in the city for several days this  week. This was Mr. Loring's first  visit for some time ae he has been operating in the east.  3 good safes  for sale S50���S75 &  S9.**  A. L. White 2nd h  u I m ,,i *  Sewing .nachines tor sa.e <>.- r.-nt  hand A. L. '���"'! ite. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  1  I  1  I  M  ��>X^~X<^"Km:��X^^ McKenZlS-LindSaV  f  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  t  Y  Y  f  f  Y  Y  f  i  Xmas Presents  ���>i  Are now arriving, and. by-the first of December we will have for your inspection the best  assorted l:ne of .-FANCY GOODS, TOYS,  BOOKS, ETC.,,,evcrl)!-'oua1i|:t(.'tiie Boundary. Our assortment surpasses that, of previous  years. Wc guarantee yon better value for your  money than you can procure in the east or elsewhere. A-l-1 ��� We Ask is that you call and inspect  our goods, even if you do not wish to buy. It is  a pleasure to. show the latest and best at prices  that~eclipse"all"'competitors.       ���    ���      ,  'Smith-'-:&T.M&Rae  ���  Books,  Paper, Photo Supplies,  Etc.  West Fork Road.  Superintendent toHave Direct Charge  . of Work. ..  ���': H, C. Killeen superintendent of roads  was in the'eity this week after visiting  . the West Fork District. He has SSO'-O  available for immediate use in the construction of the much needed' through-  far,e and will utilize'this in the construction of necessarj- bridges. Work-  on' these* wjll be. commenced, immediately.' 'As early as the -weather, will  permit next spring the road will be  rushed to completion': Mr., Killeen left,  on Wednesday for Sloean where there'  is some work that requires- his supervision but he'will return' iii about ten  days. He is determined that there  shall be no further bungling in connection will the West Fork road and is  going to take direct charge of the  work.  Changes Municipal Laws.  Do you use.Blue Ribbon Tea ?  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MbGUi.. UTOPIA,   RAMBLER. DENVER  ���     uiulClIAMPION. Miueral Cluims.situ.ite in  llio  Keltic  Kiver  "Minitiy Division of Vale.  Pisiricl.       Where    located :       Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  ������pAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  _L Free Miller's Certificate No. B30265, acting, as ajrent for Charles Dunbar Temple,  free Miner's Certificate No BM43I, : intend  sixty davs from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining- Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- crown  p-rants of the above claims. ..-   .     .  ���And  further lake'  notice that action, under  section 37, must bj commenced before "the issuance of such cerlificatesof improvements.  ���  ,. Dated'thisSOth day of September' 1902.  ��� " '    :      : ALBERT E.' ASHCROFT. P.t.S.  ���. Lasit insertion Dec. 31.  THE NHW  y'During-the last sitting of the legislature several important changes were  made in the Municipal clauses and  Municipal Elections Act. As the elcc-  .lections aire: approaching and as the  change affects the registration of certain qualified voters, a summary of the  same is givsn below:.  Nominations for the offices of mayor  . arid'aldermen take-place on the second  Monday in January, between the hours  from 12 to 2, and polling on*, the'Thursday following.   ��� .'  , '   '  A radical departure is more in connection with naming the hours in which  polling shall take place..- Under the old  act, the polling booths we're opeii from  8 a. m. to 4 p. m. 'Under the amended  act, this has been changed to 9 a. m.  and 7:30 p. m. .The keeping of the  polls open to the evening hour named  is done with the" object of making it  -convenient for,workingmen .to _-.vote.__.  Another important new provision is  that all electors must be British subjects. Under the old act all who paid  licenses, foreigners included, could  vote, as couid also foreign property j  owners.  In respect- to property owners, it is  now provided that they nust have one  hundred .dollars worth of property in  order to qualify. Under the o'd act 10  joint owners could vote.  Again', license holders and householders must make a declaration ��� that they  have been a continuous resident hi the  municipality for one year, and that  they are British subjects  The "one man, one vote," principal  is aimed at under the new act. There  will be no more voting by one' person  in three wards. Electors must vote in  the wards in which they reside. In'  the case where a voter resides outside  the city limits, he will vote in the ward  in  which he has the most real estate.  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cig'rs. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. . Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITTING, HOT  ��� WATER KEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  an teed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood*  JIANl'l-'ACTUHER  AND  IJ.1-.AL1-.1*.   IX  IS,  Ht, Elt  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY, It. C.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -CO-TO  TII1C-  Dr. Simmons'mother and sister who  Spent a pleasant holiday on   the coast j ^   \Ji   jJAVlJjS  are again visiting him before returning  to their home in Fredericton, N. li.  NOTICE TO   COWTRACTORS.  SCHOOL, EHOLT.  Manager,  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  On Wendnesday last at   Westbridge, j  New Dr. McRae of  Greenwood  united |  in marriage John McKenzie  and   Miss I  Lindsay of Westbridge    Owing to  the!  recent death of the bride's brother  the  marriage was private, only the immediate friends  being   present.    Mr.   McKenzie is-one of the old timers  in  the  district.    His many friends extend congratulations, in which-the Times joins.  ' MINERAL ACT, WOO.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  NORTH    STAR,   KING,   SILVER    BELL.  IIARD-TO-JiKAT,    .MOUNTAIN   VIEW,  and UOBllIK BURNS Fractional Mineral  Claims, situate iu the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yule District.     Where located:  On    Horseshoe    Mountain,    Main    Kettle  River.  TAKE. NOTICE that we, Mary Turner  Mc-  Mvnn  and  William  Graham    McMynn. Free  Miners Certificate Nos. BS4902 and B54901 respectively,  intend, sixty days  from  the.dale  hereof,  to apply  lo the" Mininir  Recorder i'or  Certificates of Improvements, lor the purpose  oi obtaiiiintr'CroWii Grants of the above claims.  And  further take  iuh'ka! tlmt  action, under  section  37,  must he commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of July, VW2.  Makv Tuu.nkk McMynn-.  William Graham McMynn.  Last issue Jan. 25.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  N'OTICK.  MONTANA.     MONTANA     FRACTIONAL.  COLORADO,   IDAHO,   MULDOON,   and  NEVADA,   Mineral   Claims,  situate in the  Kettle   Rivet"   Mining-   Division   of   Yale  District.   Where located :    Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River,  TAKE NOTICE that we, Alex. Waddell and  William Graham McMynn, Free Miners Certificate Nos. 1340,45.' and 1340,601  respectively, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Milling Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-Crown  Gtauts of the above claims.  And  further take notice  that action,  under  section 37.  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates ol lmprovemenes.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.  Alex Waduell.  William Graham McMynn  Last issue Jan. 2s.  ���MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  MONA,  Mineral Claim, situate in  the Kettle  River Mining  Division   of  Yale   District.  Where located :   Near lo and West ofthe  Canyon  Creek Lakes,  Main  Kettle River,  and  South of the El Dorada Mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, ��1. D. Barnes, Ed.  Ruc-tle, and   Man-   Mc.VlviMi,     Free   Millers  Coiiilicate Nos.   B'40801,  B42138,  and B4U602 respectively, inland, sixty days from  liie   date  I ereof,   to apply  to the Miitiu��,' Recorder for .i  Certificate of Iniprovements, for the purpose of  oblaini ug a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  -section 37,. nuisl  he commenced  before the issuance ot such wertilicaieof Iruinuvenieuts.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902. .  .  'H. D. Baknel.  Ed. Ruckle.  Makv McMynn.  Last issiie.Jaii. 25,  ST  AND ALL KINDS OF  HORSE GOODS.  Special prices to Greenwood, customers.  Mail orders  promptly  attended to.  1  I  IS*  '*��  HUr'J MCCORMICK  o. /. o.  NEW AND SECOND HAND STORE,  SEALED TENDERS, indorsed ''Tender for  School House*' will be received by the  undersigned up to noon of Monday, the sth  December, 1902, for the erection and completion  of a one-room frame school house.at Eholt.  Plans, specifications, forms of tender and  contract may be seen on and after the '__4tli  November, 1902. at theofiice of the Government  Airent, Greenwood, and at the Lauds and  Works Department. Victoria.  Tenders will not be considered unless made I  upon the printed forms supplied for the purpose ���!  and the agreement to execute a bond appended  to the forms of tender is duly signed by the ,  contractor himself and two oilier responsible!  residences of the Province in the penal sum of  $350, for the faithful performance of the work.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  W.  S. GORE,  Depnty Commissioner of Lands and Works  Landsand Works Department  Victoria, B.C., ISth November. 1902.  Opposite The  A.. H. .".jerry & Co's store.  A. L. WHITE & CO.,  Proprietors.  rcreouj  e-su&f  o  ^y  .1    yTif^.  iL��������  1  -*?  �����  .!  "f-  >.$  All the Leading Styles including several exclusive  creations at sensationally low prices.  ELEGENCE AND EXGELLENCE IN APPROVED  Fashions  HIG1KLASS KNIT UNDERWEAR  JUST RECEIVED.  COLD WEATHER FOOT WEAR.      i  ���N��� 9  ��� -B ^ a  lendrick Co., I  LIMITED. '    X  EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY WITH US.  A lar<re variety of fancy patterns in French Flannels and ���*���  Bordered Ca .limorc.*>. ���:���  .^-.^A-eoniolete^assatL.niea^^^  Silk now in stock. X  Received  today  a  shipment  of  Flannelette Underwear *��  For this month's selling      , ��  We Have Arranged Some Unusually Attractive %  Bargains. %  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK COMPANY,  LIMITED. ��  GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  GREENWOOD, B. C.  .x��.>:~H"X-*>*��:~:��*<"X  <HX>0<K��)OO0(KKKKKX>O0<K>0OO0O  TO THE  PUBLIG  I beg to announce that  I have disposed of my Drug-  business including book  debts to J. L. White. I  desire to thank my many  friends for their liberal  patronage while in business  in Greenwood and ask for  my successor the same kind  treatment that ha.j been  accorded maself.  'X***~WX*X~.~X'-**-'*J'-*****'*t'*.^  V  r  r  y  '?  X.  prices.     Also    first class board  by day or week.  Well heated rooms  at moderate  X  V  V  Y  V  T  V  MX*C**X**X^Xw*^*****^.*wXM*w.-w.^.wX^.^**w*^  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greenwood.  W. E. ANDERSON  Nov. 21st. 1<J02.  o  o  0  <>0<KJO<>00<>00000<>0<KK>00<XKKK>  #99 .-t��#��#i*t#<H!H*#*H!t  * -FOR-  i Books,  I Stationery,  j Office  I     Supplies,  I Camera  I    Accessories  ��  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  Reliable lady agents wanted to t;.ke  orders for the best custom made dress  skirts and -walking skirt> in Canada.  Write quickly. Dominion Gakmekt  Co., Guelph, Ont., Box 209.  B  Trv ��  9  9  9  e  ��  9   Co:>per St. Phone 77.    9  9 9  . ��3?---*S9-$#3-$6'$-����94-9S-*-9-$-$S9��S9  Xf.'S?. ^A


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