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 [0  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1902.  No. 11.  Are Coming With Mr. Greenshields to Introduce New  Process���The Lack of Smelter Capacity~0ro Denoro  to be Worked���Progress at the Various Mines.  A eastern dispatch says that J. N.  Greenshields, K. C. and D. D. Mann  of McKenzie and Mann have left  Montreal on their way to this province.  The dispatch adds that they are interested with a syndicate of Pittsburg  capitalists, in the new process of  smelting the products of the gold  mines in British Columbia and that  possibly further negotiations with the  B. C. government will take place in  reference to the Canadian Northern  railway as Hon. Mr. Wells who is in  the east was with them for several days.  The new process to which reference  is made is undoubtedly the Garreston  furnace one of which is installed at  the Crofton smelter on Vancouver  Island. The furnace is in charge, of  H. C. Bellinger one of the most successful smelter men in ths northwest,  but from reports which come from  there, he is having trouble. Several  changes have been made since the  smelter was blown in and Mr. Bellinger is hopeful that he will be able to  demonstrate that the Garreston process is practicable and profitable.  The claims made for the Garreston  process are that by it the sulphur and  iron in the ore is used to generate  heat and the cost of a converting  plant is done away with, making the  cost of the Garreston process simply  one-fourth the cost of ordinary smelting.  It is presumed that the properties  "Mr."Marin 'particularly "wishes'" to "develop are those of the Dominion" Copper company which include the-Brook-  ' ly n arid'Stemwinder at Phoenix and  the Emma in Summit camp. Mr.  Mann and his associates a. e the principal shareholders in the Dominion  Copper company. ;Jas. Breen has a  big block of stock in the Dominion  Copper company and he is also associated with Mr. Bellinger in the  Crofton venture.  That work would be resumed on the  Dominion Copper company's properties have been   mooted for some time.  The properties have been developed to  to such an extent that a smelter for  the treatment of the ores is likely to  secured before further work is done.  The company will likely do one of  two things, either go in with the Montreal and Boston Copper company in  enlarging the Boundary Falls smelter  or erect a large smelter at Boundary  city about one mile above Greenwood.  Mr. Greenshields who is a director of  the Montreal and Boston is also one  of McKenzie   and  Mann's solicitors.  In any event the visit of Messrs.  Greenshields and Mann will likely  lead to something definite in so far as  .the Dominion Copper company is concerned.  Speaking of smelters, it is rather  interesting to note what this district now needs more than anything  else is more smelters. Less than three  years ago smelter men looked wise  and asked for tonnage before venturing- to build smelters in the Boundary ;  to-day, mine owners are searching for  market for their ore and cannot find  it. All the smelters are running full  blast and they cannot meet the output  of the mines; in fact if the smelter  capacity were doubled there would be  more than sufficient ore to keep them  running. Of couse it takes time to install a big smelting plant, but it is  usually the case that smelters have  their purchasers out hunting for ore.  There are several big properties that  are lying idle because they have been  developed to such a stage that further  work without treatment for the ores  would not be profitable.  erable work has been done on the property and a. small power plant is installed thereon. The property is situated near the Emma and contains  ledges of high grade copper ore. A  force, of men will b�� started on the  property in a few days.  Miss Flesher has returned from Fair-  view where she nursed the sufferers  from the Fairview fire. The more seriously injured were removed to the  Vernon hospital. Dr. Schon remains  at Fairview for some time to look after  Dr White's practice while the latter is  taking a vacation.  Towgood-Flewelling-  A pretty wedding took place at St.  John's church Phoenix, Tuesday  morning at ten o'clock the high contracting parties being Mr. Sartees,  James Towgood, a prominent Sandon  business man and MisB Siella St. Clair  Flewelling daughter of Rev. E. P.  Flewelling rector of St. John's church.  The pleasing ceremony was performed  by Rev. W. A. Robins of Greenwood.  The bridesmaids were Miss Flewelling  and Miss Ray Flewelling sisters of the  bride, while Mr. C. E, Merrit supported the groom. The church was  suitably decorated for the occasion.  There was a large number present including the.choir of.St.Jude.s church,  Greenwood, and several friends from  this city; After" the marriage ceremony ;a- wedding -break'f a'stjwas-aerv'ea  at the rectory after which the usual  toasts were given and the happy  couple wished a long life of happiness  and prosperity.  The bride was the recipient of many  presents.  Mr. and Mrs. Towgood drove down  to Greenwood to take the afternoon  train outward. The honeymoon will  be spent in Spokane and the coast  cities after which the happy couple  will take-up their residence-at-Sandonr  Aftermath of the Fire.  Additional Particulars Regarding the  Fairview Fire.  The following additional particulars  of the Fai rview fire are taken from the  Vernon News:  Dr. O. Morris, coroner for the district held an inquest regarding the  deaths of Mr. Mathias and Mist Smith,  the following jury being empannelled,  W. Cornvrallis-Bate, C. E. Olirer, D.  C&rmichael, G. H. Sproule, S. Mangott  and F. W. Swinburn. Several witness were examined, but nothing additional was brought to  light. The following verdict was  reached by the jury: "We find that  Philip Mathias and Louisa Smith came  to their deaths on the 22nd day of Oct-  ob��r, 1902, at the Hotel FairvUw, from  burning; the former in the attempt to  save his wife and child, and the latter  in endeavouring to escape. We wish to  suggest that the government empower  the License Inspector to see that proper  fire escapes are provided and ropes for  each room in hotels."  Another incident that should not  pass .unrecorded, as showing qualities  in a Chinaman that would shame no  man of any race is this: The head  cook of the hotel who had escaped  down the pipe, when he saw Miss Hunt  lying- on the ground without coveting,  climbed back on the pipe until he  gained entrance to a bed room: window  from which he threw down blankets  and other covering. He did not even  speak of this thoughtful and courageous action until an inquiry as to how  the blankets came to be saved elicited  these facts so much to his.credit.  On Sunday the funeral of Miss  Smith was held at Enderby, the attendance being very large, and the ceremonies being conducted by the Rev.  Mr. Campbell and Rev. Mr. Roberts,  Presbyterian and Methodist ministers.  The pall bearers were Messrs G.  Sharp, J. Pringle, W. Wood, J. Bums,  F. Wellmanand G. Mbhr. The* most  sincere sympathy was .expressed on all  sides for the bereaved relatives in their  terrible afflication, and the community  mourns with, them over their great  loss.  To Smith Bros., For the Greenwood Court House-Work  to be Commenced Immediately���Building is a Handsome Structure-Contract Within Appropriation.  New Recorder.  Rev. W. A. Robins M. A. returned  on Tuesday last after spending an enjoyable vacation in England. He received a cordial welcome from his  congregation who gathered at St.  Jude's church on Tuesday evening for  the purpose of showing their pleasure  at seeing their pastor home again.  This Friday evening the Socialists  hold a public meeting in the city hall  which will be addressed by Rev. Ralph  W. Trotter.  Noah Lecasse of Molson Wash, and  Miss Verdie Vergitiius of Port Town-  send were married at the Roman Catholic church, Greenwood on Tuesday  last by Rev. Father Bedard.  Dr. Matheson will be at his  Phoenix  office Nov. 10 to 14th.  In this issue is published a notice  from the provincial secretary's office'  that George Cunningham has been  appoiri ted ~riiinTrig" recof den Tfie appointment has been made in answer to  representations from the Board of  Trade and other sources. It was felt  that if government agent McMynn  were relieved of some of his multifer-  ious offices that he would have more  time to attend to outside work. Mr.  Cunningham has been acting recorder  for some time past. He has already  demonstrated his fitness for the position and the appointment will be a  popular one.  The city plumber has received a  number of applicants for water as  soon as the new main is completed on  Long Lake street, Kimberley street  and church street. Make your application now and save money.  E. W. BISHOP,  Naden-Flood Practical  Block. Plumber.  A dispatch to the Boundary Creek  Times from Victoria states that Smith  Bros,, of this city have secured the  contract for the Greenwood court  house. The tender of the successful  contractors was within the appropriation and work will be commenced immediately.  The plans prepared by Geo. D.  Curtis, architect, outline an unusually  handsome structure which will be  erected at the corner of Government  and Deadwood. streets. The building  will be a frame with a stone foundation and stone columns. The basement will contain the furnaces, cells  and lavorties. On the ground floor, a  wide hall runs from the entrance to  the rear of the building. To the left  is the large public-office of, the gold  commissioner and a private.office for  the same official at the rear. On the  right of the hall is the registrar's  public and private office and the office  of the sheriff.  The first floor will contain one large  court room with a ceiling 24 feet in  height and a gallery for the public.  There are also rooms for the judges,  juries, witnesses and barristers. The  exterior and interior is to be furnished  with the best material, dry coast cedar  being used largely in the interior finishing.  The excavation and stone work will  be finished as early as possible but as  severe weather can be expected in  December it "is reasonable to suppose  that the building cannot be completed  ttntil after winter breaks up.  A Deserved Promotion.  This week A. W. Strickland, accountant in the Bank of Montreal,  received notice of his promotion to the  Rossland branch where he will occupy  a similar position. Mr. Brown the  Rossland accountant goes to the  Northwest as manager of a branch to  be opened in one of the growing towns  tfte~r<fi an~d"ttie~aMiste^  Rossland will take Mr. Strickland's  position here.  Mr. Strickland has been accountant  here since the branch was opened over  four years ago. The many friends  which be made during his residence  here will rejoice at his well deserved  promotion but sincerely regret his departure from the city. Mr. Strickland  leaves for Rossland early next week  and Mrs. Strickland will join him  later.  Curling and Skating.  Greenwood will have two ice rinks  this winter. The Curling Club has  arranged with T. B. Winnett for the  erection of a rink, work on which has  already been begun. The building  Will  be erected above the Auditorium  T _ V  |        Boundary Ore Shipments,        1  n  W. T. Smith and Geo. H. Collins  have bonded the Oro. Denoro in Summit camp and intend shipping ore  from the property as soon as arrangements for treating the same can be  made. The Oro Denoro is owned by  the King Mining Company.    Consid-  1900  Granby Mines    64 S33  Mother Lode      5 340  1901  231 762  Past Week  1902.  731  800  ISO  560  650  040  B. C. Mine  19 444         47 517  Snowshoe  297           1 731  Sunset       Brooklyn  150  Morrison       R. Bell       Emma       Winnipeg  1 076  Golden   Crown  2 250  Athlestan     1 200  Kin-< Solomon....       No. 7        City of Paris  2 000  Jewel  160  Carmi        Providence        Ruby  99 548       4  5 072        259 744  850  850  665  325  890  256  900  720  270  300  Miscellanesus      3 230  111 436  9 173  12 298  8 420  Total 99 730  389 618  11 718  8 668  785  482  2 175  88  410 894  on the opposite side of Boundary  Creek. It will be ready before December 1st. Curling is going to be the  popular pastime this winter and secretary Humphrey of the club is receiv-  inn many new applications for membership. All those who wish to join  should hand their names in before the  end of the month.  The Citizens' Band is arranging to  lease the old ice rink for the winter.  If arrangements can be made they  will give a series band concerts there  which will be an attraction.  Was Adjourned  y^;-^..;.^*;*.^^^  Hearing of the  Dase Against  John  Manly Again Deferred.  GRAND FORKS, B. C, Nov. 5���  The preliminary hearing of the case  against John A. Manly, alleged to ha\re  had some connection with the burning  of the Columbia Hotel at Columbia  three years ago, came .up this afternoon before Magistrates McGregorand  Henderson. Considerable time was  taken up in a argument as to whether  Mr. Henderson had a right to sit. Mr.  McGregor, the other magistrate, contending that he alone had the right to  conduct the enquiry. Affidavits were  read on behalf ofthe accused stating  that McGregor had made statements to  the deponents long prior to the proceeding, to the efiect that he believed  Manly to be guilty, and implying his  intention of administering summary  justice if the occasion ever presented  itself. The affidavits were followed up  by strong arguments that McGregor  was prejudiced and should not sit on  the case.  Considerable discussion then followed between the two magistrates. McGregor contending that Henderson had  no right to sit and refusing to call in  any other magistrates.  Mr. Henderson mantained his right  to hear the case, and the prosecuting  attorney-also agreed-thattheie was-no-  objection to Mr. Henderson sitting.  After reading of the affidavits and  argument by counsel Mr. McGregor  came to the conclusion that he had better withdraw. This he accordingly  did.  By agreement between counsel th��  hearing was fixed to take place before  Justice Williams of Phoenix on the 13th  inst. at Columbia, counsel for the prosecution agreeing that unless he could  produce further evidence than he now  has the case would be withdrawn by the  crown when it next came up for hearing.  A. M. Whiteside of Greenwood appeared for the prosecution, E. P.  Davies, K. C. of Vancouver, Ernest  Miller end A. C. Sutton of Grand  Forks for the defense.  A special to the Victoria Times says  that Hon. W. C. Wells, chief commissioner of lands and works, who is now  in that city, states that Mackenzie &  Mann, accompanied by J. N. Greenshields, will reach Victoria on Sunday,  and will ask the provincial government  for a modification of the subsidy act of  last sesion with regard to the British  Columbia end of the Canada Northern,  and will ask for an increase in the proposed subsidy.  R. A. C. McNally who represented  the James Cooper Manufacturing Co.  in this province with headquarters at  Rossland, has been promoted to an  important position in the head office in  Montreal and will leave for there in a  few days. He will be succeeded by W.  Morton who has been Mr. McNally's  assistant in the Rossland office.  W. J. Waterman, a mining engineer  of Princeton visited Greenwood this  week. Mr. Waterman is consulting  engineer for several coal and gold  mining companies who are operating  in the Similkameen district. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  a �� * ii $ * $ * # * * ��f* St is si ��i <? w �� * *& * s- s �� #���* �� a �� * * ���::����� * * * �� * iS "����� s �� #���������#��*�������  ION  ELD  ��  �����  ft  �� on .-ill  tk  Uariiienis.  Hffrr  ft***  >"i*S  85  ���svv.  ft  ��  Cr  ��  ft  #  ���*  ��*:  THE BEST WORKMANSHIP  EVERYTHING GUARANTEED.  (..Ll-'AXIN... I'RESSINC; AND  KEI'A IK1NC,   BONK.    %  THE LATEST GOODS  ��������  COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD  THE LOWEST PRICES.  W. ELSON  5  .Merchant Tailor.  OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTE1*,.  #-�����##**����������#���������!�����-###���*��.���"��� "J*.*^  Cbc  Boundary Creek Tiies  Issued Every friday  Dbncan Ross Managing Editok  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Peh Year    ....$ 2 00  Six Months  1 2:'  To FoKEIGN   COUNTRIES  2 SO  FRIDAY   NOVEMBER 7, 19K,  THE WEST FORK ROAD.  Th-e Vernon  News after publishing-  ' extracts'from  our open  letter  to  the  Chief    Commis-siot'cr    of   Lands and  ���������Works and eruk.i-Miig the Times has  this to'say in ref. rt-iiee .<��� Mr. Ellison,  the member for Ea>* Yale:  "He went further than this.  He ���' lie .ured a personal pledge from  Mr. vVells, given in the presence  of another gentleman, that the work  would'be pushed ahead without delay.'  He exerted himself to the utmost to  help on this work, and the Times  should at least give him credit for his  persistant efforts in this direction,  even if political animus forces it to en  deavour to discredit him because he secured needed appropriations also for  this end of the district. The West  Fork has no better friend in or out of  the House, .than the member for East  Yale* and those conversant with the  facts will not be misled by the sneer-  tone of the remarks in the Times  whenever it has occassion to refer to  our representative. '  ' We do not blame the Times for thus  taking- the Minister of Lands and  Works to task; but the same letter  from which the above is taken proceeds to cast unmerited blame upon the  member e ing this connedtiun. No  man has tried harder than Mr. Ellison  to get this road built. It is absurd  for the Times to hint as a reason why  the work is not done that too much  money  lias been  spent in' this end  of  ���thedistrict.*- Mr. .Ellison ,-has-no-con.--  trol whatever over this expenditure'  Tne matjer was taken out of the hands  of the road superintendent here and  given over to the direction of the government officials at Greenwood. Mr.  Ellison did his part when he so  pressed the matter upon the government.  The Times does  not wish  to do Mr.  Ellison an injustice.   If we have said  anything that unfairly  reflects   upon  the "position  taken by   Mr. Ellison   in  the West Fork road we hasten   to fully  and   freely retract the same.    No  one  appreciates more than we do the  persistency  with which Mr. Ellison  goes  after appropriations for his district and  the success which   usually attends  hi.-.  efforts  but  there were  circumstances  which led us to reflect on Mr. Ellison,s  course.    The News is in  error when   it  ���ays     the     government     ollieials    at  Greenwood  had   anythii-g to do  with  the West Fork  road.    The West  Fork  is in the  East Yale district and  anything that was done  was  under the j  direction ofthe department of  Lands j  and   Works  Victoria or   the road  sup-;  erintendent for East  Yale.    The East*  Yale appropriation   was increased   to j  ��� 27,250  on   the distinct   understanding i  that   the    necessary    money  for   the;  wa.iron. road would pr-taken  from   this;  appropriation.    U����'T      '���'���������������      circum-  st -hts .;   a-.. >.   ������    '" .   ;��� quest   the \  good offices of Mr.   Edison in   having;  the  chief  commissioner   to   do   something.    A gentleman heavily interested ,  in  the West  Fork  country wired  Mr.  Ellison   urginir  him   to do  something  but got no reply.    He  prepaid a reply  but    up  to   the    present  writing   the :  C. P. R. telegraph company are  ahe-id  that amount since Mr. Ellison has  not ,  seen fit to send a reply. We trust  that the news is corr ct and that the  money intended for the West Fork  road will not be expended in other  parts of the district. The News says  that Mr. Ellison in the presence of  another secured a pledge from the  chief eommisioner that the road would  be completed without delay. Mr. Ellison was not the sole recipient of this  pledge,. During the present year Mr.  Wells promised the delegation from  the Associated Board of Trade that the  road would   be   built   without delay.  Mr, James Kerr received a similar  pledge,  Mr. Robert Wood was assured that  the road would be completed without  delay.  Mr. Ralph Smailes was told several  times that the road would be completed without delay.  And Mr. Smith Curtis M. P. P, in a  letter to the writer says: You know  the solemn pledge Mr. Wells gave in  your presence to build the West Fork-  road if I would not ask for an investigated regarding the botch made  Others received similar pledges. It  is now up to Mr. Wells. What has he  to say ?  who lives in Toronto, pays scab wages  and wants western trade has sent the  following circular:  I intend visiting your good town  along about the first of November, but  owing to the fact your city clerk im:  poses a licence upon me fordoing business in your city, I will not be uble to  take orders from you. I mean by this  that all I can do is to check up your  stock and see what you require. 1 will,  however, be able to show you samples  but cannot solicit or take orders at the  time of my call. You can, however,  address your orders to me at Vancouver.  The  printers throughout the  Koot  enay district are doing all they can  to  steal our business away from us.    We  therefore appeal to you  for support in  the matter."  It is really to bad that the Kootenay  printers are so naughty. As a matter  of economic fact there should be no  printers in Kootenay- Consolidation  is the fashion. All the printing  should be done in Toronto. All the  retail business should be done there as  well. There is really no good reason why  there should be a ret.nl merchant in  the West since Timothy Eaton can  furnish everything needed and the  postal service is so good. It is mistake  to have small towns anyway. All business should be done direct with the  departmental stores in the east. We  hope that the merchants of Greenwood  will note Ihe fact that local prin ters  are trying to steal away the bnsiuess  of the big Eastern houses and govern  themselves accordingly. Toronto  firms must be protected though the  heavens should fall and Kootenay  printers go bankrupt.  000<XK>0000000<>0<KK>0<>0000008i*OKXHX>000<>00<^  OCKXKKK**-*>0<XK"K>*>*>*>0<^  00  Established 1836.      Incorporated by Royal Charter.  A LIBEL IN  GREENWOOD  The following despatch appeared in  the Seattle Daily Times with a Vancouver date line:  "John A. Manly, formerly Mayor of  Grand Forks, B. C, has been arrested  on a charge of arson. There was once  a bitter rivalry between the towns of  Grand Forks and^Columbia The chief  hotel of Columbia was burnt down by  men of Green wood who wished to injure Columbia. For this crime one  man went to the penitentiary for five  years. Another man, Mullen, now a  saloon keeper in Seattle, was held and  acquitted. Ex-Mayor Manly went to  the States after the fire, but on Mullen's acquittal, returned to Greenwood.  He has now been arrested by the police  and will be tried for the grave offense  at next assizes."  We appreciate most fully that Grand  Forks has more than it can hear.  With Hut air lines, absconding accountants, La Mored bunk managers,  incendiaries and other ill* that re��-  pcctahle towns like Greenwood are not  heir lo, no wonder that John is passed  up to us. But surely Grand Fork*  will not stand for its father and founder beirttf registered from Greenwood.  We would respectfully suggest that the  Gateway'City keep John and give us  back thb Mother Lode, Sunset and  other mines and various smelters  which it appropriated as its own.  Seriously speaking the Seattle Times  should hasten to make a correction.  Men of Greenwood do not burn hotels;  neither do they find it necessary to do  any unlawful acts in order to preserve  the supremacy of their town as the  chief mining, commercial, smelting  and financial centre of the Boundary  district.  CAPITAL,   ^1,0.00.000���$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fuii(i8^3651b00"$ll776,333.33  London England.      H* STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal,  Branches and agents in alt llio principal cities of Canada and  the United States,  and curri'SDOiideiits in all parts of the world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  0<>C**<>00<>0<><>0*0<>0*>*>*'^^  ���CKM"KX>O<H>*0<>O<><>O<KK>*0<"^^ 00<XK>000<KX>OOC>00{-(>OOOOC)<>0<>  &r\ THE:  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ��2p  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR. LADIES.  %  Charles R. ^ittock,  *  TRY   OUR  COyFE E  ^ropr.  SHOULD HAV53* A DEPARTMENT.  The present is an opportune time  for pressing- the claims of this province for full and complete cabinet  recognition. Hon. William Templeman was selected as a member of the  cabinet without portfolio to partially  meet the strongly expressed views of  the people'of British Columbia. Now  that Hon. Mr. Tarte has withdrawn  from the cabinet there is no good  reason why a full measure of justice  should not be given this province by  giving Senator Templeman one of the  departments. We would like to see  Hon. James Sutherland given the department of Public Works and Senator  Templeman that of Marine and Fisheries. The latter position would suit  the representative of this province- as  its fisheries are of the most important in the Dominion and Senator  Templeman has the ability to satisfactorily fill the position. British  Columbia is fully entitled to one of the  departments and no man is more  capable of taking charge of a department than Senator Templeman.  A WAIL FROM THE EAST  For gall, pure and undefiled, there is  nothing' equal to a Timothy Eatun  printer.   The representative of a  firm  The city plumber has received a  number of applicants for water as  soon as the new main is completed on  Long Lake street. Kimberley street  and church street. Make your application now and save money.  E. W. BISHOP,  Naden-Flood Practical  Block. Plumber.  A satisfactory to si was made at the  Cascade Power station this week in the  presence of S. S. Fowler manager of  the London & British I'olunibia Gold  Field. It is expected that power will  be turned on at the Graby smelter next  week as the transformers installed at  the substation in Phoenix are being  removed to the smelter until such time  as the Canadian General electric com  pany can install the transformers ordered for the smelter.  J. Cuthbert Welsh formerly assayer  at the Trail smelter is expected in today to take a position position with the  Montreal & Boston Copper Company.  sf j? jp se j? j?* j? j*??.-* jr :���? jf��� j*?" s^ s^ a? j? trjrjfjPjirgfK's'i'^'i^'jf^'^'i^K'sfj"  TO  Greenwood  Liouor Company.  TO  to  to  Ms  fefc  Mb  fcfc  ^     -*&     ^  * .* .* Saldary Beer*  R GRIEGER, Manager.  ^s js ^ ^ & & j* s jz ,,-* -^5 v* jf ���* ^s sf 5?tfj-r:��*K; tea?*?*"fn?*?*?*?  &jfijtJ*j��jld*j��jZ J* JZSJS ..*&*���&&*?&& &#'&&&&#'*?*'  ���*'*  Mb  Vs.  fcfe  ttv  fcfe  sf*?  �� . ��� ��� #  ".' ..'���'*  ���ft  #  *  �����  �����  *  * ft  * .        ��� ��  ���ft Ik  Is now in full swing.    Try our .  BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from   the  beds.    Strictly  fresh  and of g-ood quality.  -P. Burns �� Co*  <KK***<*<'mj.��;<ms��{-m,xk^  a .;.  A A  DEALERS IN  CARPETS, I  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  T    COPPER STREET,  GREENWOOD.    V  X  <-**.x��H":.-->:"K��:^  Carload of Stoves  Just received, consisting of Steel Ranges, Cook Stoves, "v  both Coal and Wood Heaters, Queens, Box StOAres, &c.  A long, cold winter is ahead of us.    You may as well  be comfortable and get a new  Stove.    We  also repair  old ones.  En route.    Orders now taken for future delivery.  GROCERIES.  The cleanest and freshest stock in the city. Hazelwood  and Chilliwack Butter, Nabob Tea, R.-L.-C. Co.  famous Mocha and Java Coffee always in stock.  A CLEARANCE SALE  If A. Archambault calls at theBoun- I  dary Creek Times office, he can receive I  a pocket pass book which was found on |  the   street  aud  evidently   belongs   to  him.  Have you tried  the oyster cocktails !  at the Clarendon ?  Of Ladies' Oxford Ties and Slippers, One Dollar only  for any pair of Low Shoes iu the house. See display  in window.  ��W|iJWL.Uil-i>i����a^iJj.lllllj��i��>jjijL..iiL.i.nii.i.,.|ii|i��jiiiiMW-immi.l ...u . 11. iii-jlj  LIMITED, ? -    !
Fairview Notes.
Late news from Fiarviow is to the
effect that the body of Miss Hunt who
died from her injuries in the hotel lire
has been sent lo her old horn-? in Otit-
The engineer Allan who was removed to the Vernon hospital is sinking and cannot possibly recover.
The new   Fair view-  Corporation  an-   riVo'i^reF. Miller. Free Miner's Certificates No.
uounced that work  will be resumed   on   »;a,ai!ffiK1,ftS
Stop paying rent and buy a home of
your own down in the industrial end of
the valley.	
Certificats of Improve ments.
"LA PLAZA" Mineral Claim, siiunti; In Uie
Kettle Kivcr, Mininir Division of Vale Oisl-
rict.   Where located :    Providence camp.
To GEORGE RiTER. of the City of Greenwoocl-
in the Province of British  Columbia,  Pros,
Yon are hereby notified that t have expended
f.'ut.i.H" in ])eifonniii(r assessment work on the
•'.l:i...<ualiala"    and      "Paramatta"     Mineral
claims, situate in Copper CamiJ. iu the !C'*;tle
Kivi-r  Miiiiiitr liivisioii, Yale  District,   lji°.ti.,li
Columbia, and  the sun:  of ;" <1D for rocurdnitr
iliesaid worU-. ihefsanie beinir necessary u- hold
thuc'aiius under the provisions of  tlie  Mineral
-Act and Amending Acts, aud  if at the expiration   of  ninety davs  from the date of the (irsi
its properties before December 1st.
Waterloo Strike.
Take  Notice, that  1. John   1\   McLeod, Free   publication   of   this   uotice  in   the   isoimdarv
Miner's   Certificate   Net.   li 54''54   as_ airent Jor   Creek Times, you  fail or refuse to contribute
your pen inn of such  expenditure,  nume'iv   the
sum   of ?t,S.K3, together with all   tin; costs of
pply to Uie. Mininir Kecorder   lor a  i.erun-   ad vei tisin:.-. your interest in  the said claim.-.
cate of   Improvements,   for   the    purpo^*   ot    shaM bc- ■■>■•  ••■.•■■.ted  in   your   co-owners,   pro
obtaining a Crown Grantof t lie above, claim. rata. uccjium»! u> iiie.tr several interests there
And  further take notice that action, .-indei    iu, },-.  |.,irsiiauce of the provisions u ' section •»
section   37,  must be  comMeiiced   before the is-   oI'Mie   linural A,:: Amendment -W. I'.'iJ
snanc: of such Certiiicate of Improvement-. I >au tl  at " icenwood, L.iiisli  Columbia,  this
Dated this 21st day of October, A. I).. VM2.        j 20th. uav of October, A. D.. 1'*'.'.
J. P. McLEOD  |
Last ins. Dec. 2*1.
A  telephone message  to the Times
from  Camp  McKinuey  states  that-
•rich strike has been made on the  Wat-   L°^h,ess £t.f *Ue.f'Im^™^ j
ilant over the strike.
Eiplit room, house on Si her Street, Fisher's
addition, Greenwood, B.C.. cheap for cash, or
oil easy terms. Also Anaconda, 13. C. property
for sale. Address FRA.NK MILL**'"--., 2013
Mallon Ave., Spokane, Wash.
Mineral Act 1896.
"NICKLE   PLATE" Mineral   Claim,   situate
.in   the   Kettle   River  Mi..iiljr Division   of
YaleDistrict.   "Where located :   About five
miles North of Canycn Creek and about two
miles West of the Main Kettle River. -
TAKE NOTICE that we. Charles Newman,
N. E.Peterson and P. A. Linbertr. all of
Camp McKinney in the said Division. Free
Miner's Certificate Nos. H. 40.48'J: B. 40,447. and
U. 40,44S resscctivel;.-, Intend, sixty days from
the date hereof, .to" applv to the Mininir Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining- a Crown Grant ofthe
above claim.
A.nd flintier take notice that action, under
section  37,   must  be  commenced   before    the
issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.
Dated this 31st day of May, A. 13. 1!>02.
Last issue Nov. 3ti.
! prem
fy themselves as to title.   The documents of
title may be seen at tlie oflice of
Rendell Building-, Greenwood, B. C.
us to sell liquor by retail at the premises known
as the Clarendon Hotel; situate on Copper
street, Greenwood, to Fred M.JMunn.
Greenwood Clarendon Co., Ltd.
W. O. W rig-lit, Secretary
Engineers and Mine
Superintendents -will find
it to their interest to refer to us wlie i in need of
anything in the Pumi
line. We make Pumps o
every description for all
A List of Firms Who  Are  Doing  Business in
Greenwood. &
F. J. Finucane, • Manager.
W..G. H. BELT,       -       -     -.Manager.
Hknry F. Mytton,       -       Manag-er.
88 Pump Catalogues and
^Specifications sent upon
::i request. We manufacture also Northey Gas and
•SCasoline Engine—cheap—
"•"handy-safe. Send for
H Booklet.
$  Cunliffe& McMillan,
Oi Agents at Rossland B.C.
t!i  Vancouver Engineering
S-Works,  agents  at Van-
'& ouvcr, E. C.
That is printing. When you want cheap nasty printing
send east for it. Our stock and work is always the best;
our prices are reasonable. The office now has power
presses and everything necessary for good work and
best workmen.
The boundary Creek Times,
Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes,'Mason & Risch
Pianos., etc., etc.
Gaunce & Wickwire.
Real  Estate.    Money  to   Loan,    Fire
Life and Accident Insurance.
Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.
Merchant Tailor.
Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.
* Limited.
General Merchandise. Copper St.
General Merchandise,
Copper Street, Greenwood.
Dealers  in Hard-ware.  Groceries   and
Jewellers and Opticians.
Practical Watchmaker   and   Je-veller.
Greenwood, B. C.
Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.
Provincial Assayer and Chemist.
Contro* Assays a Specially
Greenwood, B. C.
Copper St.
Agent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large
warehouse for storing goods.
P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.
COMPANY, Limited.
George R. Naden,       -       Manager.
Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estate,
Barristers, Soucitoks,
Notaries Public.
Cable. Address :   " hallett."
Bedford M'Seill's   Grefnwciod,
"Moreinir & deal's -   - -on
Leiber's. s' °'
^y ^-^•f-^^'F^^-t-^-i-^^-t-f^^'t^T-^^-h^  *-*-*■*■»■».
Candy Factory anTlc*rCreaiirParlbrs;
"Fruits, etc.
Dealers  in  Stationery,  Blank  Books,
Wall Paper, Tobaccos,  Confectionery.
Daaler in  Confectionery,   Stationery,
Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc
i lee (MM
Greenwood is the financial aud commercial centre 01 the
Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the
Mining' camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.
Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, White
and Atvood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.
Stationery,   Newspaper}',  Periooicals.
Hakkisteks and Soucitoks.
Notaries Public. Etc.
Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Cupper street,
tircenwood. K.C.
J. R. IIkown. J- P. McLkou.
Rendell Block, Greenwood. B.C
Dominion     and     Phovinci*!.
Land Sukvkvuh
GREENWOOD.    : :    B.   G.
Dominion and
provincial   Land Surveyor.
Mining and-Engineering Surveys.
Underground Work a Spec ally.
Wood lllo'-k (neii Customs oflice.)
H. A. KING & CO.,
J~ ! Tobaccos,   Cijjtus,   Smokers Siindrit-s,
ZZZ i   Hooks, Newspapers -ind' Periodicals.
^       For prices of lots aud other
"^2       information address   	
Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood    |=
— a»
C. R.  PiTTOCK, - Proprietor.
Dealers in Furniture. Carpets and
Linoleums, etc.
Certificate of Improvement.
-SILVER HOLLAR" Mineral Clnim. siluale
in ill,- Kultiii Kivi-r Miniuu- I'iviniiui oi Yule
District. \Vlu*,ie locale*! Alxmt live mileH
Noi'lli of C'liivoii Creek and atn.-ul two mile..
West of tin: Main Kettle River.
TAKE NOTICE  thai we, Charles Newman.
»f Camp McKiimev in ilies.iid   Division.
i l-'o-e Miner's Certiiicate No. It 4o,4s> and   Jaeoti
i l'L-lerson.   of   the   same   place.    Free   Miner'.,
Ceitilicalc No. H. *4il,44-*. intend   sixty day* trom
the date  oereof.- in   applv  to the Mining  i*,u-
order  for a Certiiicate of    Improvements  f.»r
the   pnipose   of   obtaining?   a Crown   Grant In
j the abov-claim.
i And further taUe nuiice that action. uiiJit
t »ection 3". must be commenced before the is-
! huance of such Certificate of Improvements.
Dated this 31st il.iy of'May. A. 1) . Vm.
j JAcbtt i»eters<;n.
i     Last issue Nov   3*).
♦ ♦
Agenxs For Tlie Bullock Diamond Drills. „«__»__ _
■>!"  ALL KINDS.
Poktman & PoHTjiAS.        Proprietors.
In draft or bottles at all lt-adiny
"W ...v- ^0. 38,1.0.0. F.
Meets every Tuesday Evening at   S:«H> iu  tbeir
Kill ire room at the V.'.-od  Hall.     A cirdlal invi
union is cxieiuietl ttt all sojourn in;.-  bre'.lirru.
\V. Elson. N.C.. A.  1).  Hai.lktt, i-tw.See
R. J5. 0. XSl£tl&\\s, RossJand, S. g.
R. Gkek.i-:k, Manager.
Aleuts  for  Pabat   and   Caljjary Beei
f re! Fin-! "iV. A. Ch ipp-lle. hcU< r
known a^ ••«.»|.'; t. :, \ .*' will :icl a- CLilll-
nw S«-n p, clean aii(i»et up your »t<>v >'s
leave \v..i\l at Pioneer ilu'.cl ur O.
I. C jC.-\r and 2nd U-ni.-l ?t* r . THE   B0U2-TDARY    CREEK   TIMES  Socialists Meet  Eloquent Address  by   Rev.   R,  Trotter,  W.  A fairly larj,re audience was present  in the city liall -lust ovenine- when  Ralph \V. Trotter rVlivered an address  on Socialism. i.\,->. ineetini;- was liie  first of a series to be helfl this winter  under the auspices of the Greenwood  Socialism club. President LuVov of  the club opened I he meeting and asked  the audience to appoint a chairman.  Rev. Dr. McRae was appointed and  after an instrumental diet *.*y Mrs.  O'Mara and Geo. F. Richardson Mr.  Trotter was called upon to deliver his  address. In opening he said that they  had doubtless heard that he had left  the Baptist church.  It wasn't so, he was still a Baptist  and a Baptist minister and preached  in a Baptist church every Sn nday and  there was no church law to drive him  out. He would admit however, that  the Baptist Association of B. C. h;is  given him the cold shoulder chiefly  because of his socialistic utterances.  He had no newmessaye to deliver to the  people of Green wi od whom he hr-d enjoyed addressing in the past. Me was  a socialist for ' *��� years and proochfd  Socialism for ten years, i-,i his opinion  socialism taught  men how to live.  In' a elntiii.nl i. wav h-- p<>'n ���,*.*, I lo tile  sig'iis of ill*' t'-iifs is-'i.iiiiy i ue Co. I  strike as iudiea: ion.s nf tlie niu\ euient  in the direction of socialism. lie  criticized the '-.linrch tor losing its  grip on the people. The church no  longer present*-d a n ��� a-tri--i .1.1s to  men. He fintight sorialis's >ii mil  stir up tlie church. bee.iusi: ;if'*.Tall  Socialists taught li'rhitig th.it had not  been taught by the l'nvly Nazarene  and represented u I'.hiug that the  chim'.h..should no!   r  ii-es-n!  Iu an eloquent pi* :-,ition he pictured conditions iindvr line christiaiiity-  true Socialism an 1 resumed his seat  amid loud applause.  After a brief discussion, Mr. Lulfov  announced th.it he .vould treat Socialism scientifi.allv nctl Friday evening.  MINEEAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTfCE.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  KOI! roy-  Mineral Claim, .situated in u,e 'To George Beardslcy of Greenwood. B. C.and  Kettle River Mininir 'livision of Vale  Disl-  rict.    Where  located :     Providence  Creek  camp, west of and  adjoining- "Iron   Mountain" mineral claim.  T-'AKE NOTICIi   that   l.  James   Alexander  any person or persons tc whom lie may  have have rransfened liis interest in tlie  "L. S." Alineral Claim, situate in Skylark  Camp in the Kettle Hiver Mining Division  of Yale District.  Macdonold, actiuir as airent for Jam.s .1. I  Warren,  Free -Miners Certificate   No.   1!;>T-Vti.i, - _r , ,  intend,  si.viv   dnvs from   Uiu   date   here, i   to ! Y     h Am ���..-A'-"'''"*   no'',r,'-';l,u-?t  imply to the Mininir Kei'iiriliTfor n Cer'il'riih* -1      peiirteil rtti.-.i��i in order to In.  ippl  ')]  liiiprovoiiienls lor ihe  purpose oi obtain:!'  Crown Grunt of the above nlitiin  And further tiiko notice that notion, m.-ler  Section 87, must be commenced before ilu*  issuance of such Certi'" lute of linprovoineiit.  Dated this 22ud day of September.A. D., i'X'2.  J. A. MACDONATyD.  C "Hello, Bill." answer to the call "advertise." Note us, the O. I. C. New &  Second Hand Store, A. L. White it Co.  opposite A.   H. Sperry  Co.  I   have e.v-  Ul   tlie said  leial   claim   mid. r   the    inovisio, s   of  the  . Mineral Act, lh;M you shoulil couti-ilmtu flo2..*"o  I as your  portion  of  the  said  sum for voiiriiM-  | divided cine half  interest iu said claim  and if  within ')(> davs from the first  insertion oi   Hiis  no I ice you fail or icfuse to coal rib lite the sum of  ~102.5o"\vliicli is now due by you, iiiy-eibe-- ������ ith  all costs ol "d vertisiiiir. your iuteiesi i".-,';-   -.till  mineral  claim   will become the properly ot the  subscriber under sei.tiuti lour ol uu Act enLilleil  the"Miueral Act Aniendnieiit Acl," l"00-  Dated  at ...reeuwOod.  I!.  C.  the 26tli day of  Septenilier, l'.*02.        ROUKRT DKMI'KTI-'R.  First insertion Sept. 26.  Last insertion Dec. 26.  +  +  4-  4��  ���4* ���& * 4* ������� ���$��� ���$��� ���$��� * 4* * ���& ��� 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* >%- 4* 4 4* # ��s  L vj  Is what they all say about  HE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR  Impossible   to   cut  the   face;   shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  nan,   McFeely   &   C  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street,  VANCOUVER, B. C.  *%*  ����->  ,'  A  ft'-"'  *������-.' i  V  f  Connections v%-iI li  Western Union  Telefifracli Company-  i22,oiii)unices iu U.S.A.)  --AND   Great Nortli-WcStern of Canada-  i2,00 office.*, in Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE 10 ALL THE WORLD.  .1. C. riKLM. Ollice Manager, f'-reeuwood, Jl.C  ���l-iii.iu-U'i.ii: no. 12.  AtlNERAL ACT.  Certificate of Frnprovements-  NOTJ'CK.  TACOMA Mineral claim situate in the Kettle  Kiver Mininir Uivisiou of Osoyoos District-  Where located : Near lionndary Falls and  adioiuiuir the. non't Know mineral clain'i.  TAKJi NOTIC15 that 1, Sydney M. .lolmsoti  actine as atrent for Sam *l.'Jensen, Free  Miner's Certiiicate Xo. Ii -UT'il and Annie  Chi'istensoii. Free Miner's Certificate N'o.  H 5*l''l5, intend .sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply lo the Miiiin-rKecorder  ror a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtainiuir a crown jrrnut of the above  claim.  And furdier lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be coinineur.ed before the is-  .sitauccof such certificate of improvements.  Oatod Ihisiith dav of Julv. A. T>.. \��C2.  Sept. IS. '   SYDNEY M, JOHNSON  A  IS  ;~mM$��  RAILWAY  WORLD'S SCENIC   ROUTE  Direct route  IS  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 them  the Tim us for a year. It  will cost you only Two  dollars; mailed direct from  this oflice to anv address.  IT  Iff tel li,��  P. Burnr & Co will ship 3 cars of cat  tie to Nelson on Monday. John is  g-oiug- in charg-e of them.  Percy F. Godenrath is organizing- a  company to develop the coal measures  in the North Fork of the Kettle River,  recently discover by Joseph Wiseman.  The king's birthday being Sunday  Nov. 9th Monday following is a public  holiday.  R. H. Hedley superintendent of the  Hall Mines smelter was in the city this  week.  C.  B. Bash  a pioneer of Camp McKinney spent the week in the city.  Keep your eye on the Clarendon.  MORTGAGE  SALE.  Q&'fr'fr ���?* ��� "fr ���%* ��� ���$��� ���$ *%> ���#- 4s *%�� -f5 ���$��� #��� Hf* fy $> vt�� 4' "f 4s ^^y  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  Assets , .  S304,568,063.49 Surplus .  . 566,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  EAST  Winnipeg  Toronto  Ottawa  Montreal  St. John  Halifax  Boston  New York  WEST  New Westminster  Vancouver  Victoria  Skagway  Dawson  Seattle  Portland  San Francisco  Spokane,  Wash.  605-606-607 Empire State Building,  CHARLES T. KiPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801  P. O. BOX 296.  To Edward Nash and William H. Asqiiith,  both formerly of the City of Greenwood,  British Columbia, Painters, and to the  Consolidated Stationery Company. Limited.  I, GeorgeR. Naden, of the Citv of Greenwood  in Britisn Columbia, Broker, hereby (,>-ive you'  notice that I demand paymeiu of the sun'i  of  Two Hundred and  Eljrlity-live Dollars.  beinir principal and interest due and pavabic  to mc upon a certain mortpajre. made bv" vou,  the said Edward Nash and William H. Asquit.li,  to me, dated the 27th day of pebruarr, 1901,  and retf istered at the Land Registry dfiicc at  Kttmloops on the uth dav of March, 1901. in  Charpe Book, Vol. II, Polio 721, as No. 2��l5li.  The lands included in the above iiiortipige  arc :  All those certain parcels or tracts of land situate in the Districtof Vale, in said Province of  British Columbia, and heintr more particularly  described as follows :  All that piece of land situate in the Osovoos  Division of Yale District and described as" Lot  fourteen (14) in Block tliirtv-tvvo (32] in the  Town of Midway, as the same is shown on the  map or plan of said Town deposited iu the Land  Registry Oflice at Kamloops and numbered  three |3).  Also all that piece of laud situate, Ivimf. and  being- composed of Lot twenty-three '23) in  Block '\l," accordinjr to a map (11- v\;m ,u..  posited in the Land Keirislrv Oflice.u Kamloops  and numbered fony-six (461. of tlie subdivisiini  of part of the "iManiinont" Mineral Claim, heiiiff  Lot X~'). in ('.roup I. on the mlii ial survey of the  said Osoyo"s Division.  And also thai pi. ev ol land situati-d in said  City of Crui'iin-ouil, inul beinir composed of Lot  ei(.'hteen |1.��] in Mock "N." acconiiiiy lo the  plan of the subdivision of :*:aid '���M.-iiiimiiiit*'  Mineral Claim, deposited in Hie f.and Re^risirv  Ollice at Kamloops and n umbered fortv-six  140.)  Anil take notice that unless pitvniciit of the  said inoritr.-i!;i> money and iaieu-sfs and cusis  be made within three weeks from liie Mrs! pub-  licatioii hereof, I will proceed, with or without  any consent or concurrence on vour pari, and  without any further notice to yoii. to enter into  possession of thesaid premises, and lo s-ll and  absoL.leli disp ,se of Ihe s .ill lauds and premises ei Ik i-bv puh'ic .H'cn n or private sale, as  I. i!:csii| Genriie It. Na i.ii. nrty deem proper,  either for cash oi upon such terms of credit as  I mav think proper, and lo convey and assure  the same when so sold out" Uie' purchasers  thereof, as I shall di ect or appoint.  Dated at Green-ioud. II. C this 10th dav of  October, A. D. 19112.  GEO KG E K. XADEX.  HALLETT & SUA\V. Mortpaiiee.  Solicitors for .Moi tifauee.  Under and by viitue ol the powers contained  in the above recited morlirajre, wliich will be  produced at the time of sale, tlie above mentioned and described lands mid premises will be  offered for sale by Public Auctii u nt the I'ost  Office in the City of Greenwood in British Col-  UMbiaon M"n laj- the Third day of November.  19.12. at the hour of Twelve o'clock noon.  On one of the lots in Greenwood, are a  house  and paint  shop and a two room  shack, and on  the lot in Midway a shack.  Dated this 14th dav of October, l')i>2.  GEO. R. NADEN,  MOKTAKIili,  For terms and conditions of .sale, apply to  Hallett & Shaw, Solicitors for Mortgagee.  Greenwood. B. C.  'PHONK 179  WHOI,ESAL,E GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS.  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, BOQUET, OUR SPECIAL,   ,_,,.EL-JUSTIL,LO,-~--EL-CONDOR,- --SARANTIZ-ADGSv" SCHILLER  Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver. B. C.  Lake Route  From Fort William, the favorite slimmer route for all eastern points.  Via Soo Line  For St. Paul. Dulutli, Sault Ste. Marie  Chicago, etc.  Through Tourist Sleeping Cars  EA Clip Leaves Dnumore Junction  /4k3 M daily for St. Paul; leaves  Kootenay Landing- Tuesday and Saturday for Toronto, Montreal and all  eastern points.  Leaves    Revelstoke   daily  for Seattle and Vancouver.  Throuyh   booking's   to  Europe via  all Atlantic lines.  Prepaid  tickets  at lowest rates issued  from all European countries.  Complete Equipment  Unequalled in the West.  For   time   tables,   rates and full particulars apply to local agents.  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwcod,B. C.  ���-J-SrCARTER;���" E: JrCOYLEr"~~~~"  DP.A., Nelson.      G.P.A. Vincottver  Spokane Falls 1 Northern Railway Co  Nelson & Fort Shcppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van, Vic. & E. Ry. & B. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  aud 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-  Leavi-: Arkive  9:15 a. in. Spokane 5:45 p. m.  10:30 a. m. Rossland 5:10 p. ni. -  7:15 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. ni.  11:07 a. in.   (Millers, Grand 3:58 p. m.  Forks)  9.20 a. in. Republic 5:45 p. ni.  H.^A.^ JACKSON, =  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash  ^KmKimTimwm  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "MOOUr/', "UTOPIA''. "DENVER" and  "CHAMPION", Mineral Claims, silnaln in  tlie Kettle River Jliiiiiiir Division of Ynle  District. Where located : Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle Rivur.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert E. Ashcrol't.  Free Miller's Cenilic.ue No. i)3t'2i>5. a��:t-  hur as airent for Charles Dunbar 'JVinide.  Free Miner's Certilicalu No J3H43i, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply lo the  Min'Miir Recorder for cerLilicaie.-. of Improvements, for ihe purpose of obtaining crown  irr.ints of tile above claims.  And   further  tnl.e   notice  that  action, under  section 37, must  1>,S cnitiiiieti<.-->d   before  tliii issuance of siK-li ceriilica'esof improvements.  Dated ihis30ili day of Septenilier. VM2.  AUIEKT E. ASIiCKOl'T, I'.L.S.  Last insertion Dec. 31.  SISALS.  STENCILS,    I'KICB   MAXKKKS.  PKiNTiNO     wmiKi.s.      m,-.m:-.i*.hi.nc.  MACHINES, HAND DATING AND Mi.*:-  I! UK INC. STA.Ml'S. CllliCK I'HHI'OHAT-  OKS, Kl-ailKK TYPE, I��K1NTI-Ne  FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS. Vancouver  fc'j    \,  t-~-*J>  gyareBtee  el  95  pr1  L-L.ua  Q  on$  J* t,t -.li -.;< ^_t*s! ,?s jx j��_^ ..'C ...t v< ,���* ,* ..^ -."-��  lA  MINERAL ACT.  (ertificate of improvements.  Nf.T.c.'*: !"!  "MONITOR" .Mineral t l.iim. situate in Ihe:*'.  Kettle Kiver .Mini ����� Dili -ion of Yale Dis- j ..  trict. Where local d : Un Horseshoe i '���  .Mountain. -Main ICeitle, Kiver. I ";  TAKE NOTICE that I. Allien E. Ashcroft. j fj  l'n-c. Min, r'sCeriilicali-N'o. H.VQr 5 actiiif.' : ��v  a;, .-ijrent for Owen Mellmv. Five -Miner's Cer- | '':,  lilicate No- H742I.J, and Jacob I'eic-i sen. F:ee j V  M-nerV Certiiicate No. IS+iWId. iulemi ��� .��;  si.x'y days i'idiii ihe dnin Inieol, to ajiply [ '-'���  tothe siiiiinj.' recorder for a ceri ilicate ol lni. V;  proveiiienis. for liie purpose of ,rbiaiiiinjr a .*.*!  crown Grant of the ab-ive. i:laiin. I '���  And furtlier take notice -that action, under j V;  section 37. niiist be commenced before the is- I J":  siuiucc ol such certiiicate of Improvement-;. 1   -���;  Dated this .-Kith dav of S.epieniber. A. D. run. I �����  ALBERT E. ASHCKOFT, P. I,.-S. 1 '������;  Last issue Dec. 31. j V",|  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  FRESH FRUITS,  CONFECTIONERY,  CIGARS  " and T0CACC0S.  CORNWALL Mineral Claim situate in the | *���  Ketile River Mininir Division of Osoyoos j V  District. Where located : About t-.vo 1 .J  miles North east of Camp Mclviiiney on : -  McCarren Creek. 1 V  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson j .}  actiiiL' as airent for i'. M.S. Stanlio* ���. ; "���'  Free Miner's Certificate No. \:-?\ll. iiiieo; j"  sixty days from dale, hereof, to apply to the | y  .Min*in<r Recorder for Certificate ol luipro.i-j *  merits, for tin.1 purpose ol obt ���.iniiij,' a C. ..*.va *^,  .rantoi the aiio\e c'laini. I - .*  And  further take notice that  actions,  ut;,;**-       |   p,,.,*,   ,-,,r:rei  section  37,  must be commenced  bel.i.-    ���.,  .^. I ^;(  suance of such Ceriiticale nf 1 nijirovcu.. ..   .. I����'  Dated this 3rd dav of Julv. A. D. l'H).' '-."'���'.    -         _!/  Sept.18. '     SIDNEY M. JOHN.-    ;;. I Ji* J." & J."' i>" *i" if *? *^ ��" Jf 8? J** ^ ^* *?* ?i"  A-,r''nl fur tne ilelicio-.is  Hazelwood Ice Cream   Co.-v  Parli.rs,  plactr   in   I lie    I'.u-ifie  .,*:,* nexi to V.'ind-fir Hotel.  I!  li  or cverccali: m  ��Jk$.  CLOTHING   "   <��gi).  ft EG I STE RED %��>'i2~*r-  11 ^~-��/  nt  IS  OG.L  Is  1  I--,!  It is a guarantee that "Royal Brand" Clothing  is���Tailor-111 adc, inamifactured niider the roof of  E. A. Small & Co., its owners.  The label also serves to distinguish this  clothing- from other makers, and prevents your  purchasing Inferior Clothing* oft times sold as  " Tailor-madeT"  Such Clothing, has a "sightly appear-  raiice " but isGf little value, inferior workmanship  and poor  uiaicrKi  Is being employed in its con-  struciion, it tkereiore does not hold its shape, nor  give, satisfaction.  As a ^fe-_gtiard look for (he Royal  Brand  label in the pocket.  i  '$  f m Sale by P. (U�� George $ ��o.t  GREENNW00D, B. C, /  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  .(UM.,*, -AA***^***A��*MWW*%��**Mt-M.%��*^  O<XK>0<K>0<K>O<KX>O<><K><><^^  HE EDITOR'S  EASY CHAIR.  0000-0<><><>OK><>-00<><>0<><>0��<><>^^  <K--<,<'-*<K~>-i~M*^  J. G. Billings of the Yale CdluniMa  company was over from Rossland this  week.  mrmmmmmmmmmwmymd  ��=7iE3*dllEC.7;s  MINERAL ACT  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  The Hot Air line is dying hard.   Not |     h.   C.   Killeen,   suiieriiiteiid.-nt   of  satisfied with the eecision of  the .rail- j roads, str.ets and brid-es is coming- lo  Greenwood.      He   is  expected   hereon  way committee of the Privy Council,  it is determined to continue its fight  against the V. V. & E. in the courts.  The case will conic up for hearing on  November 14. E. V. Bodwcll, K. C.  Victoria, \yill act for the V. V. & E..  and Geo, H. Cowan for the Hot Air  line. The latter claims that the V. V.  &E. can secure no powers from the  Privy Council that are not covered  by its charter. It is difficult  to say what view the court will take of  the matter. Sometimes the law and  the public interests do  not harmonize.  Notwithstanding the numerous kicks  that are registered development is  rapid in the west. Five years ago  court was held in Greenwood in a log-  cabin; this week the contract was let  for the erection of a handsome court  house. Five years ago, a justice of  the peace was the sole arbiter in the  disputes which arose in Greenwood;  now a supreme court judge holds  court here , twice a year. Five years  ago Greenwood was only a mining  camp and a small one; today it is a  full fiedged city.  Once a month a dozen or more otherwise staid and sober men gather together for the purpose of recalling  fond recollections of bonnie Scotland,  cherishing Spotch sentiment-and other  things. It. is difficult to understand  why it is so easy for Scotsmen to enthuse over the little bit of barren land  th:'*: forms the northern half of Great  Britain, but wherever two or three  Scotsmen are gathered together a St.  Andrews Society i-s sure to be formed  and the traditions, heroes, poets,  statesmen���even, the dew of its heather  and exploited. They are a clannish lot  too and only those through whose  feet courses Scotch blood can enter  the charmed circle. But once a year  Scotsmen are at home to all tongues,  kindreds, and nations of the earth.  St. Andrew may be honored by all.  The local Scotsmen intend to mystify  the good people of Greenwood���at  -least-those-wliohnve- the con rage-to  tackle the supper and listen to the  Strang- language of the: true Scot.  Ordinary edibles will not be recognized  by extraordinary titles jn the; caird o'  the guid tilings for who but a Scotsman would recognize in Roast it  Bubbey Jock, the everyday turkey ?  Then there is a fearful, awsome dish  without which a St. Andrew's dinner  ia never complete���the haggis. A  dish which moves Scotsmen to exclaim "Great Chieftain o' the Piiddtu'  Race served in Tain O'Shanter style.  "I hae a drooth, an awful' drooth, an'  water daes nae guid." They have  another habit that brings pain and  tribulation to the telegraph operator.  As we said before they are a clannish  lot and they want to be united on St.  Andrew's day. Miss McQueen is  Scotch and will probably bear it for  Auld Lang Syne but just fancy J. C.  Helem's feelings when he gets some  thing like this from Scotsmen in -New  York to Scotsmen in Greenwood :  A wheen Scots at the yett hae  Haggis, some Glesca' magistrates air'  a case of Baillie Nicol Jarvie to honor  St. Andrew's Day. Here's tae ye.  May ycur luttis aye reek.  Notwithstanding these peeularities  Scotsmen are good fellows. They are  none the worse citizens because they  once in a while break through their  natural reserve and fraternize together. Indeed there are noble inspirations in Scottish history and  Scottish literature that are bound to  mike her sons better and   braver men.  Thank God the heart of Scotland  Yet ts with her valiant past.  When freedom fronted tyranny  And dared death to the last.  Saturday. Mr. Wells promised us a  visit from Mr. Killeen some months  ago, but he came not. His coming  now with several inches of beautiful  snow mantling the ground cannot be  profitable from a road making point  of view. But Mr. Killeen is a good-  fellow and he is welcome in those  diggings anyway.  Angus R. Stuart is at present representing the Dominion government at  the big exhibition which is being held  in Cork Ireland.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOHN COLLINS and  any   person  or persons to whom he mav have transferred his  inteiests in the "TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situate ou Uie West  Pork of  Kettle River,  lying- North  of and adjoininfr   the  Knob  Hill Mineral  claim   in   the   Kettle   Kiver  MiiiiDfjr Division of Yale District.  You are hereby notified that 1 have expended  SK12.5O iu order to hold the said mineral claim  under tlie provisions of the Mineral  Act, that  you should contribute $51 25 as your portion of  the said  sum  for your undivided one half interest in said claim aud if within 90 davs  from  the first insertion of this notice you  fail  or refuse to contribute the sum of "SJ1.25 which is  now due b;   you,  together with,   all   costs of  advertising-,  your   interest    in    said   mineral  claim will become th" property of the  subscriber under section  four of ;in  Act entitled  the "Mineral Act A mead ment Act." l'lOO.  Dated at Greenwood,  B. C   the 2<5t.li dav of  October,W02. JOHN MATTHEWS  Last insertion Jan. 31st, 1903.  To LEWIS MEYBK, l-REDTXAND KASS,  and to any person or pci'Mins to whom iltov  may have, transferred ilnir iuteivsi iu the  "WHITE HORSE" Mineral ,-laim sitmnc  in Copper Camp, in the K.-uij KivcrMia-  inpr Division ol Yale Di-Uriel, Liritish Co:,  iiiubia.  You are herebv notified that we have caused  to be expended 52 >5.0i to hold the s.tid uiiiisr.il  claim under liie ��� Mineral .\ci" that ihe. oro-  poi tion vou should -.ouinbete for y_u -.niciviil  ed one half iineirst in ilie abo.e e'ain: isSMU.'U  and if wilhin niiiel.v days i um the first publication of this nonce yon bill or relnse to contribute the said sum of ili,2..:il wnich is now  due, with all costs, ol a Ivertbiinr. vour interest  in thesaid mineral claim will become veiled iu  us the liiidersiyned your co-owners under sec-  ion of an Ac: entitled the"Mineral Act Amendment Act" 191X1.  Dated at Greenwood this 7th November, 1902.  Makbakbt p.. JIekcek,  B. L. Wood.  Ja.mks Gkaiiam,  An NIK Huuscx.  ..:..:..x��.:-:-��x��:����*:��:��x-x-  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  NOTICE OF F0RFE1TVRE.  To A. BRANSON.  D.R.CAMPBELL.  D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and ini--v.vettieiits 011 the --Uostnn"  ���"Turouto" and "St. Louis" Jlineral claims,  situate en Cranberry Creek, AVest Fork of  of Kettle River.'in the Kettle River Mining*  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recordiiijr the  same, such beinsr the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act' and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from the dale of the first publication of tliis  notice 111 the Boundary Creek Times you fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure, namely S23O.5O, together with al  costs of advertising*, your interest in said  mineral claims shall become in-.o'Ucd iu me  (your co-owner) upon filing-in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Aet .Amendment Act, l'Xl'J."  Dated this 2Sth day of October, 1902.  JOHN N. GREDEN.  Last implication Jan. 31, ".903.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "MEXICO"   Miueral   Claim,   situate    in   the  p   K* ttle River Mining Division of Yale District.     Where   located :    In   Triple   Luke  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certificate No. D3IK65. acting-as agent, for John C. Farr. Five ..liuei's  Certiiicate No IJ503S2, intend, sixty (lavs from  the dale hereof, to apply lo 1 he Mining Keeorder  I'or a Certiiicate ol Improvements, for the jntr-  '���"'^iL *. 'C-Jdltainiiiy. ..a CrqwirG rantof the above  ctaiiii.  And   further  lake, notice  that action,   tinder  eclieii 37.   must  be commenced before the issuance of sue li Certilieme of I in provemeiits.  Dated ibis 301 It day of September, A. D.. l'K>2.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. I,. S.  Lust issue Dec. 3lst.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "MOGUL",   "UTOPIA".     "DENVER"  and  "CHAMPION". Miueral Claims, situate iu  the Kettle Kiver Mining Division of Yale  Dis'rict. Where located : ,. Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Ketlle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No l!3i'2n5, acting as agent for Charles Dunbar Temple.  Free Miner's Certificate No BM431, intend  sixtv days front the daie hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants ofthe above claims.  ��� And further take uotice that action, under  section 37. must 1>5 commenced before tlie is-  su.-niee of such cei'lilicatesof improvements.  Dated Ihis.tOlIi day of September. 1902.  ALr.i-.RT E. ASHCROFT. P.L.S.  Last insertion Dec. 31.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICIi  "MONITOR" Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Ketlle Kiver Mining Di*,i*;ioii ol Yale District. Where located : On Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B3(>2< 5 acting  as agent for Owen Mellow, Free Miller's Certificate No. I!7-t2(-2, and Jacob Peterson, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B404I6, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Milling recorder for a certificate 01 lni.  provemeiits, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3')tli dav of September. A. D. VHP..  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P. L. S.  Last issue Dec. 31.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "HUNTER" Mineral Claim, situate in Ihe  Kettle River Mining Division of Yi-le  District. Y\*iiere located : Horseshoe  M'-tintain, Main Kettle Kiver.  ���"PAKE NOTICE that 1. Albert E.  JL      Free M iuer'sCerti li  e.s  ige-it for Owen  Mellon.   Free   Miner's   t.cr.  tilicale No.        IVAifll intend  1 lays from the date hereof to apply to the  mining recorder for a certificate of improve  ment for the purpose of obtaining a crowi:  grant t<*r above claim.  And   further take  notice that   action   u.idei  cection  37  mast  be commenced   bet.ire  liie i>-  j suance if: such certificate of im:-* >ve .-.eius  r*.     ....1...:       X;|1,|;lv���[.Sep|,,|;,.r..l,.[).|    l'|*J_J  I Copper St.    Greenwood, i  * *:<��������* sf # ���* ��* * s* # �� a ����� $ �� * a ��.������* ����� �� *  iliSiHAiorii?!  S*- Now received on dav of *  jt issue. ���  H Subscription  SI.00    per   month. $  * Delivery in central district. *  �����  H. A. KING &��� GO.  AGENTS.  �� * # * 3f * * * $ Sf Sf ft Sf Sf * Sf Sf ��* �� * ft f S St�� * S-  .   UIH-Li!   '��WI��"'iL!..1*1---.  SSS33ISIS��SnEZZ3SSEE5  FURNITURE-1  CARPl-TS I  LINOLEUMS I  CROCKERY I  GLASSWARE |  CUTLERY I  SILVERWARE I  BAR GOODS   I  The   largest   hotels   and   finest  residences in B.C. were ftfr-  nished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  ���ggBSXDSfiZBSBBIBBaaBlSiSa;  aSBSBSBSaXMBa  (P*  Cr*  Cr"5*  (?=*<  </=**;  CF*  (r*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Cr*  rr*  <F*  Mom  Capital, all paid up $12,000,000.  Rest S8.000.00d.  President.    Lokii Stkatiicona ash Moc.vt Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. t'.i;oKoi; A. DxiiMMOXb.  Oeneral Manager -.    H. S   Clooston.  }   All The Principal    i_     Ym.,    Yllfk      f.h-.''l<**()  *���:->���     . Citier.    in    Canada. I     ^��     IU1I\,    V/U.*j(Ij,*J.  15uy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfer* : Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available, in any part of the world.  Branches in London, EnM-  Buy and sell Sterling Excl.  Travellers' Credits, available, i  Greenwood Branch,  j. FINUCANE, Manager.  M  >*=2  <f<  m:mss},}MmmmmmmmmmmmMK  1 THE fANADIAH RANK OF fOMMERCE  �� With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  HENRY F. iVIYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  "*Cc5fi3**'fl37!��pK^*?5i^      *::5;i,e^K;7PC'?K??re?R5;7^  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire  Assurance The British   America   Assur-  Co. of London, England.  fits  m  The Western Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  ance Co., of Toronto.  The Canadian   Birkbcck   Investment uutl Savinsfs Co.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  m  m  $.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  /   1  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  sill  1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops- Try  If! It Is kept on draught or in Bottles by ail the leading Hotel  ! c; a���"����<!��iiu ss<s ����� :*����.**&��������ayta-#* ��  �� ��  ��  ii SMOKE??  I  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  "URUCfcT. "SOKTU END", "J UIIILEE".  "I'KIDE OK ri-ZRTII FRACTION"  "MAOXETImE" and "FOG HORN'  Mineral Claims, all situate in ihe Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yule District.  V. lu-ro located :    In Griiliaiu's Camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I, Isaac II. Hallett. as  atrent fur J. C. Haas, Free Miller's C'er-  tilic.iie No. H41'H?. and Svdney M. Julu-soii.  l'ree Miner's Certiiicate Xu. II41751. inicnd.  sixt*. days from tlie. dale hereof, t<�� applv to the  Mi"intr Recorder for a Certiiicate of Improvement*^, for tlie purpose of otitaininu'a Crosvn  Grants of the ibnw claims.  And   further take  notice that actum,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Iniprutenients.  Dated this 3<lth day of Autrust. A. D., 1W2.   I. U. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Imurovemsnts.  NOT ICE.  I5URXS  and   IJURNS   "H.UTIOS   Mineral  Claims situate in the K.-tth-   Kiver   Mininir  \-     I'-*-*. - *,.,;,,.' Division of Vale Dis:rici     '.VIhtj   located .  '-",'-"'- I in Deadwood Cansi,  NOTICE     tint   1. Isaac       Hallei:  0  ?  I ��  TRY  USE OF MUNROE'S  CICAKS.  shcrol't. I  We hey lo announce Uiat we  have disiiosed of mir Jewelly &  business to Mr. A. Logan. We I *  desire to thank our many frit litis #  for their liberal p;ttn>n;iye during- the six years we hiive boon  in liti.siness in ixreenwood and  ask for our successor the same  kind treatment that has been accorded ourselves.  Till-; BKS'I* LINbS IN  TOBACCOS  and CIGARETTES!  e  c  a  ti  a  li  eg  ��  5  ��  a  -a  #  e  ��  0  ��  ��  ��  a  Newspaper.-  -Stationcrv  . ;, ' ;'-TAKK    NOT  " ',',',-- i    J.      as airent f.i  Dated ��.!  Last Us  ir Francis J. Finucane. Fre-'|  I Miuer't Cerlific;'te No. l'.*IO--,o7. inten-'i i  i sixty days from the date li.-ivof. to aopl.v ,  ! to the Mininir Rec.rder for Ceniticaies ul*Ini .  i provemeiits. for the purpose ,<f ohtaiiiiutr '���  I (>r,-.-n Grants <������', tin: above claims. ;  !     And   further take   n*��tice t.iat action   undei j  ; sectum 37. must   n-*  c.k:m:iiii:;-�� ,1   before  the  ?*  ; suar'.ce of sucil l,ei'l;lio:i:es ,).  : .iOi*,i'. eii.eut.-,.  m Mm  A Fell Line Choke Can.>y  Seolemher 20tn. 1-J02.   *  Periodicals a  ��  a  ��  ��  1  aiii;-:;.t e. AstrcR.oFT. p. l. s. j  to Dec- 31.  Dated this i.'itli day  >f Julv, A. D.. 1'*-'.:.  I.'IJ. HALLETT.  I  H. B- MUNROE  g   Copper street. i;:vcnv\o*jJ. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  ���WCKXKMXKK) OOOOOOOO OOO 0*0000 7!:OOOO00OOO0OOOOOO0O-0OO0OCKK>  $ 0  IN YOUR PARLOR, DINING ROOM OR KITCHEN!  APPROPRIATE  P  To biui: yuiu* surroundings, we sell at reasonable  prices. An excellent line is selling* for 20 cents, a  better line at 2-5 cents and 30 cents, neat an attractive gilt at 40 cents, ingrains at 60 cents, etc. etc.  We have just what you want. It is never amr trouble  to show you our goods, even when you* don't biry.  Call and see them.  Rev. Ralph W. Trotter came in this  afternoon to address the public meeting  which is being- held under the auspices  of the Greenwood socialists at the city  hall tonig-ht.  Wanted.  A girl cook to and assist at  housework for family of two. Wages  ���"20 per month. Apply to Ralph S.  Root, Midway Ii.  C.  Books,  Paper,  Photo Supplies,  Etc.  OOOOO0OOOOOOOO0O0OOOOCK>OOOt;;-0OOO0OOOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOOO*  LOCAL   AND   PERSONAL  Do you use Blue Ribbon Tea  A. M. Whiteside has returned from a  professional visit to Grand Forks.  E. S; Sorenson, a  Rossland' mining-  man was in the city this week.  Jack Gillan returned this week after  spending a year in and around Fernie.  C. G. Cunningham and A. W. English have returned from a trip to Edmonton.  W. S. Phair of Coliirig-wood is here  on a visit to his brother C. H. Phair of  P. W. George & Co.  E. L. Tate of Spokane who is heavily-  interested in Republic properties was  in the city this week.  This is to remind some of our subscribers that their subscriptions are in  arrears.    Look at your labels.  H. Li. Johnston, C. P, R. road master  and W. S. Keith left on Wednesday  for Beaverdell in search of big game.  Several of our subscribers are in arrears. The label in your paper tells  the story Get it moved ahead another  year by remitting two dollars.  W. J. Richter and Miss Carrie Peterson of Rock Creek were married at the  Windsor hotel on Tuesday evening by  Rev. J. D. P. Knox.  Ralph Harron, of San Francisco and  J. P. McLeod, barrister of this city,  went up to Beaverdell this week lo  visit the Bell in which Mr. Harron is  interested.  A. G, Davies of the Riverside livery  was injured at Midway Friday afternoon. He was holding a spirited team  when they became frightened and  started throwing Mr. Davis down and  the heavy rig passed over him. He  wan badl}- bruised and it will be some  some davs before he is himself again.  It is announced that the Women's  Association of the Presbyterian church  purpose holding a doll sale and supper  in the B.C, hotel on the dth of next  month. No doubt this event will be  interesting especially fur the children  and those anxious to make them happy  in the approaching Xrnas season.  The funeral of the late William Edwards who was burnt in his cabin at  Camp McKinney last week, look place  on Friday morning, a large number of  old timers attending. From the position of the body it was evident that  Edwards was suffocated by the smoke  in his bunk. It is thought that he  went to sleep leaving a candle burning:  and that the candle burned low igniting the wood and thus starting the  flames.  Special meetings will be held at the  Salvation Army Hall on Saturdajr aild  Sunday, Nov. 15th and 16th led by-  Ensign Andrews the travelling- agent  for the social work. There will be a  Magic Lantern service Saturday  evening. The subject wili be "The  Salvation Army in the Boer War."  Special meetings on Sunday afternoon  in the school house at Anaconda, 3 p.  in. In the hall at 8 p. m. All are  welcome.  Go away back and sit  down   and enjoy ii clam nectar at the Clarendon.  THE NEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,     Manager.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  J.   W.   Nelson   has  trip to the West Fork.  returned from a  A.   Fisher left  this week on a   business trip to the North West.  Are you using "Blue Ribbon Ceylon  tea" ?  $10 REWARD.  For the return of a Buckskin mare  and a dark Brown Mule mare, travelling together. P. BURNS & CO.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  HIS HONOUR tlie Lieutenant-Governor in  Cmincil  lias been pleased  to make  tlie  tfollo\viii|�� appointment : ���  30th October, 1902.  Gookc-.k Cunningham, of tlie City of Green-  ���H-noil,   Ksi'inire.   Provincial   Constable,   to   be  Mininir Recorder for tlie Kettle  River  Mining-  Division.  It   II   III  Delicious ^Peaches, Plums,  Pears and Apples at prices that  are right for preserving ; also  Tomatoes. You can't do better  than to buy from us.  Wholesale and Retail Dealer. -  Copper Street, Greenwood.  ooooo-oo-aoooooooooo* oooooooo  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFSTTING, HOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  an teed.  Naden-Flood Block,- ------- Greenwood*  STAND I--ACTCREK   AND   DEALKK  IX  iiss, lis, Horse Blieis,  ins  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY, li. C.  Is  and Saddle Horses  Write to  FOR  arness  -CO TO TIII-5���  \J    \J  A. c, davies;  if  ���  Manager.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  I AND ALL KINDS OF |  I        HORSE GOODS.       |  | |  | Special prices to Green- f  I       wood customers.      |  Mail orders  promptly  attended to.  m\wm.  i.  G.  <EW AND SECOND HAND STORE,  >***f��x^.    ..^i���i       ^vSij------     _^JJ *'���,*. :C'-**-? ���-fl ���������',:> ��� :.*'.'��i%u!��-V  /.**-*-,"*, \    -- *',i7-���v       ^v��i*i: " . - -y*'*.,������"  - ".^--.cAi-*-^*-?^--^ ��� .     o #n  CJ?r     ���?*���'. Vp /<:���,7^i\ -���S-a.Ti^ii'A.r>-1 ^<<^:^i>T5r:::^ ' J>a! ���  ^>      1       Ai?.  ^/  Opposite The A.  H.  A. L. WHITE & CO.,  Sperry & Co's store.  Proprietors.  orgeous  Display of....  All the Leading Styles including several exclusive  creations at sensationally low prices.  ELEGENCE AND EXCELLENCE IN APPROVED  -     Pur  Fashions  HIGH-CLASS KNIT UNDERWEAR  JUST RECEIVED.  COLD WEATHER FOOT WEAR.  ���X-**H��X~X~H--<"^  Hunter-Kendrick Co.. I  T.TMTTKT). '     !*!  EVERY DAY IS BARGAIN DAY WITH US.  A large variety of fancy patterns in French Flannels and  Bordered Cashmeres.  A complete assortment of the Corticelli Art  "E)flabroidery  Silk now in stock.  ���-���Received���today- a- shipment of -PIannelette^Underwear-  For this month's selling  We Have Arranged Some Unusually Attractive  Bargains.  THE HUNTER-KENDRICK COMPANY,  LIMITED.  GENERAL MERCHANDISE, GREENWOOD, B. C. A  $.x..x*��<��x��x��*x-**x-��x^  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Wc have just received a fine lot  including  Double Hyacinths,  Single  Roman        "  Narcissus,  Crocus,  Tulips RainbowMixture  Chinese Sacred Lily,  Plant them uoiv and they will bloom for  Xmas.  3. C. KJbitet  Druggist and Optician.  000<>000000<X>0<)<>0<K>000000<>0  >M^tt^&^&A^AAftyA<&fr&&fr&&A&&iA'  V  r  Y  T  Well heated rooms at moderate  prices, Also first class board  by day or week,  THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greenwood.  ���X-X-X'C-X-X-X-X^^X^X-X^X'  We have just received a fine line of  new harness and all parts of harness,  saddles, bridles, spurs, whips, snaps,  etc. The O. I. C. New & 2nd hand  store, A.L. White & Co.  -a#��tf����e��#��0ft#ft*0��#e*ae:a��0#*a  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  a  ��  ��  ��  ft  �� ��      ,  ft��ft0��0��e-0*#ft#��*��#a#��#90eft*     /  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.    *  Phone No. 33,


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