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 ���k-ffr  -7/  leg  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C.FRIDAY, JUNE 26.  1903.  No. 44  THE   DENORO   WINES.  Three Big Ledges Exposed in the Oro Denoro Mine.  One Contains Values Above the Average,  a  Desirable  Ore  for  Smelting.  It is "now three years since the writer  lirst visited the Oro Denoro mines in  Summit camp. At that time surface  indications gave promise of a mine  carrying higher values than the average low grade mine in the Boundary.  A plant was installed at the top of the  hill, a shaft was sunk and drifts run  to open the ore bodies at depth, Even  in a country of big ledges, mining  men are sometimes mistaken regarding the trend of the ore and the  underground workings on the Oro  Denoro almost successfully escaped  the ore bodies. With the slump in  mining stocks, the King Mining  company who then owned the Oro  Denoro joined the silent majority of  mining companies. Then Smith  Curtis who was a heavy stock holder  in the King and who had a bundant  confidence in the Oro Denoro organized the Denoro Mines, Ltd., for the  purpose of taking over the Oro Denoro  mines and developing it The company has a capitalization of $1,500,000  aud the officers are J. S. C. Fraser,  manager of the Bank nf Montreal,  Rossland. president; Aulay Morrison,  M. P., vice-president; Smith Curtis,  managing director and secretary-treasurer, and a board of directors of the  above and Henry Hart, a capitalist of  Three Rivers, yue,, and C. R. Hamilton, barrister, Rossland.  The new company started in right.  It secured the services of .R. H- Anderson sit"porin tenden ���? of '"tlie* B. C. mine  as superintendent, Mr. Anderson also  retaining his posiiiou at theiiB. C.  mine which is only about a mile from  the Oro Denoro. Mr. Anderson is a  practical mining man and his work on  the Oro Denoro proves it. The best  asset a mining company can have is  ore bodies'and the chief work of a  mine superintendent to secure ore  bodies as quickly and economically as  possible. Mr. Anderson did not begin  expensive underground workings. He  started in where the CP. R. track to  Phoenix had cut through and exposed  a ledge of ore. A spur from this track  was necessary to ship ore and men  r.were"put-to work blasting-the-rock to  make room for this spur.  The Times representative visited  the Oro Denoro mine again this week  after three years' absence. Instead of  beiug taken through bewildering  drifts and cross cuts underground, he  was shown three distinct and parallel  ledges immediately above the railway  track. One ledge measures SO feel,  another 70 feet and the third has been  stripped 60 feet and the wall has not  yet been reached. If theoretical mining men or mathematicians were to  multiply the width of these ledges by  the distance to the top of the hill from  the railway track and I.. ��� >' the  length of the ledge to the other side of  the claim and divide the result by the  supposedly cubical measurement of a  ton of ore, the result would be tin enormous tonnage. Without going into  details of tonnage no one who has  seen these big ledges on the Oro  Denoro would dispute the fa_t that the  mine could easily ship 200 tons of ore  per day for the nest year from open  quarries and there would be still  plenty of ore above the railway track.  Nor is this all. The C. P. R. engineers when building the C. & W. railway in this country gloried in rugged  and picturesque situations tor the  line. A precipitous mountain side of  solid rock offered the greatest attraction to their engine:ring skill and it is  no uncommon thing to see a six or  seven per cent railway grade cut out of  a wall of solid rock. As the Phoenix,  brench passes through the Oro Denoro  it commands an elevation of about 75  feet almost perpendicularly above the  townsite of Denoro. It is at the level  of this track that the ledges have been  stripped aud from where the ore will  be first shipped, but it is an easy  matter to open tip quarries at the level  of the  townsite and  75 feet below the  railway track and the present workings. The mathematical prodigy can  again calculate the quantity of ore  in these big ledges from tha  townsite level to the railway track.  And it won't be necessary to hoist the  ore to the Phoenix branch either. The  B. C. spur is only a few hundred feet  away and at the same elevation and a  short spur can be run in from the B. C.  line to this level. Or if "Jim" Hill  gets through fighting for mergers and  fighting against other things and  again turns his attention to the Boundary, ore can be shipped by his line  when it is built. Hill's engineers  having escaped the mountains and  taken to the valleys, planted their  stakes through the townsite of Denoro.  The line will pass immediately below  Oro Denoro hill and the ore can be  taken from the quarries and loaded into the cars without much handling and  no hoisting.  The ore is low grade but it contains  higher values than the average big  mine of the Boundary. The copper  values are higher, there is a little gold  and silver and what is important there  is an abundance of iron. Now smelter  men are partial to iron and are always  anxious to make contracts for ore that  contain plenty of it. The Denoro  Mines, Ltd., will have no trouble in  getting the ore treated cheaply. In  fact every smelter in the country would  be glad to get some'of it for the. iron it  ���  ".J,."     * *?.  ���' -. ; .������,*>; *..*j..*..-,.'~_v. *-^_.*--. --  contains. Shipments "will be 'commenced from the mine as soon as the  spur is completed. The Sunset smelter  has a provisional contract to treat the  ore and would treat it if coke were  available.  Mr. Curtis leaver, for the east in a  few days. He expects to sell sufficient  stock to meet the present financial requirements of the company. A plant  is needed and payments on the purchase price have to be made. So far  as the running expenses of the mine  are concerned, the ore shipments whon  commenced will take care of those.  An experienced mining man who  thorougnly experted and sampled the  ledges -put-it-this-way.-- '-If-the-Oro  Denoro were mine and I was free from  debt, I would not sell a share of stock.  For one thousand dollars shipments  can be started. There is not a ton of  ore in these big ledges but what will  stand mining, transportation and  smelting and leave a profit. The Oro  Denoro is going to be one of the big  mines of the Boundary and one of the  best paying mines. The ore bodies  are there, and so situated that ore can  be mined for 75 cents a ton, the freight  rate to the smelters will not exceed 35  cents, the treatment charges will be  very low because of the favorable  character of the ore and when I tell  that the values average .higher than  those in other ores that are being profitably treated today you can easily  see that the Oro Denoro is a mine of  great promise."  SMITH CURTIS, M.P.P.  Announces   His   Determination   to  Retire From Public Life  Smith Curtis, ex-M.P.P., was in the  city this week. This is probably the  first time that the fighting member for  this district got the ex attached to the  title, but when dissolution came, che  last parliament became a thing of the  past and all the members are ex's now.  Mr. Curtis expects to continue one for  some time to come. To a Times man  he reiterated the statement that he is  not going to seek re-election.  " Of the forty months in the legislature," he said, "nearly the half of that  time I devoted to public affairs with  tha result that my personal affairs have  been neglected. I think I have done  my share in protecting the public interests and I.must now devote my entire attention to my own business,  The Denoro Mines, limited, and other  projects in which I am interested, will  occupy my entire attention for some  time to come so that I must retire from  public life."  Mr. Curtis goes east in a few days in  connection with the Denoro Mines,  limited. His determination to quit  public life is final. Of course - shouM  his many ventures turn out well, and  the Denoro mines give every indication of doing so, it is quite possible  that in the future Smith Curtis will  again go to Victoria and make the  legislature halls ring with denunciation of those who do not ��� hew to the  line. Mr. Curtis thinks the Liberal  party stands a good show to win in this  province if the right men are nominated, but he feels certain that the  electors will not stand for anyone,  whether Liberal or Conservative, who  will run as supporters of those who  stood by charter mongers and land-1  grabbers in the last legislature.        . . ���  Liberals Organize.  A  Live  Association   Organized  at  Boundary Falls.  A Liberal association was organized  at Boundary Falls on Tuesday evening  last. A meeting for the purpose, of  organization was held in the dining  room of the Smelter hotel. There was  a lar&e attendance. W. S. Keith was  voted to the chair and short speeches  were made by J. R. Brown. Thos.  Hardy, W. S. Keith and Duncan Ross.  A resolution was passed to organize  the Boundary Falls Liberal Association and the following officers were  elected : "President,*" D; A. McDonald;  vice-president, J. J. Shannon; secretary-treasurer, W. S. Keith, and an  executive committee of the above and  D. Whiteford and D. McDougall. The  association starts out with an enthusiastic membership which will be augmented by several smelter men who  were unable to' be present on account  of working on the night shift. The  Liberals at Boundary Falls already  have the work of registration well in  hand and when election day conies  this thriving little town will poll a  large vote. With the organization at  Boundary Falls, the Greenwood district now has four active Liberal associations, viz., Greenwood, Midway,  Eholt and Boundary Falls. A fifth  association will probably be organized  at the Mother Lode which will complete the organization of the Liberal  I forces in the district.  POLITICAL  Preparations for the General Elections���Lists Close  on  August 14th���Possible Candidates in  Various  Districts.  Although but few nominating conventions have yet been held throughout the province, and although there is  at least three months before an election will be held, the majority of the  electors are discussing political matters  and taking a keen interest in the  approaching fight. . The Provincial  Conservative association has decided  that conventions to nominate conservative candidates will be held in the  same day in the different constituencies throughout the province and-that*  day has not yet been decided upon but  it will be likely be about August   1st.  An extra edition of the B. C. Gazette  contains a proclamation that .the  courts of revision will be held throughout the province and that no names  for this court will be teceived after  August 14th. Electors can register  up to August 14th, when the lists' are  closed and on August 31st, the courts  of revisions will be held in the various  districts. Then the revised lists will  be printed and before they can be  distributed in all probability two  months will have elapsed. The writs  are returnable on November 18th and  as it will take at least two weeks to  return the writs from outlying districts  after the elections are held; the elect  ions are likely to be held about November 5th.  Last Wednesday night a very largely  attended' meeting of the Liberal association, was held with President J.  R. Brown in the chair, 'Over twenty  new members were elected. Suggest-  isns were received from Midway,  Eholt, and Boundary Falls associations  regarding the holding of a convention.  The Greenwood associations decided  Friday, July 17th, as the date of the  convention at 8:30 o'clock in the evening in the city hall, Greenwood. It  also recommended that each association elect a committee man, and the  four so elected appoint a fifth as  chairman. This committee is to arrange the details of the convention.  The associations are in favor of allowing all members of the various Liberal  associations to attend the convention  or be represented by proxy. Dr. H. S.  Simmons; was^hosen to" represent" tlie  Greenwood Association.  Outside of the Socialist movement  to run a candidate in this district the  situation is about the same as last  week. The Liberal candidates for  nomination have practically narrowed  down to J. R. Brown and Thos. J.  Hardy.  In the Grand Forks district both the  Socialists and the Conservatives are  having some trouble in chosing a  candidate. Both Grand Forks and  Phoenix have their ambitious ones and  neither town wants to give way to the  other. The Conservatives in Phoenix  want to run Mayor Rumberger or  James Punch while one faction in  Grand Forks think that Mayor Bur-  rill is the man and another faction  are equally anxious to run Lloyd A.  .*x~:~x*.:..:.m.:..;mX"X'^^  Boundary Ore Shipments,  Granby Mines....  Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Brooklyn   Morrison   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden Crown.. .  Athelstan    King Solomon....  No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines..  Miscellaneous   1900  64 533  5 340  19 444  297   150  ;1  *. ���*>  076  250  200  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800   150  560  650  1 040  850  665  000  160  325  890  Total Tons  3 230  99 730  389 618  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  'c8 010  Week.  5 756  1 724  1 290  2 160  512  1903  158 198  47 310  14 290  24 810  5 428  ��7 900  ���785  H625  532  2 175   172  180  9 166  21  21  21  129  634  84  507 811      11 685     260 258  ���&&K^<}*t*y)*<r&*^  Manly. The Socialists of Phoenix.are  anxious to run W. H. Banbury while  the Grand Forks Socialists want a  Grand Forks man, The Liberals have  plenty of good material. W. H. P.  Clement, Neil McCallum and several  others might be mentioned- who would  make good candidates and splendid  representatives.  In the district of Similkameen there  are candidates galore. R. G. Sidley,  J. P., and W. J. Snodgrass are mentioned as Liberal candid ates while W.  T. Shatford of Fairview and Henry  Nicholson. J. P., of Camp McKinney  are after the Conservative nomination  H. H. Pittendrigh of Rock Creek, v/ill  in all probability run as an Independent Conservative. Further west towards Keremeos and Princeton there  is also legislature timber and there  will be no difficulty in finding men  ready to represent the people if they  get the opportunity.  The Liberals of Nelson have already  a strong candidate in the field in the  person of S. S. Taylor, K. C. Mr.  Taylor is a splendid platform speaker  and a brilliant lawyer. He has fought  many a hard battle in the courts for  the laboring men and should have no  difficulty in capturing Nelson. His opponent is almost certain to be; John  Houston. Many Conservatives are  anxious to see that John does not get  the nomination aiid they will not vote  for him if he does, but John will, get  the nomination just the same. R. S.  Lennie, a young lawyer in Nelson, has  been nominated by the anti-Houston  Conservatives.  In Rossland J. A. Macdonald, barrister and R. W. Grigor are mentioned as  the Liberal candidates, while C. H.  Mackintosh is looking for the Conservative nomination. Rossland is a  strong labor town, but there are few  socialists there, and should the Liberals  nominate a man acceptable to labor  the union will not run a candidate.  In Ymir district Alfred Parr, president of the Liberal Association and a  prominent labor man, is a candidate  for nomination, aiid Noble Binns of  Trail would in all probability not re-  ' refuse "a^otninaTi^n7~-Mayof Schofielcl  of Trail is theonly Conservative possibility yet announced.  In Vancouver W. Hart McHurg is  discussed as a Liberal candidate. The  interior would like to see Mr. McHurg  nominated and elected. He lived in  Rossland for several years and has an  intimate knowledge of the requirements of this section of the province.  He would make a good representative.  Fred J. Deane is likely to run as the  Liberal candidate in Kamloops. Mr.  Deane representative this district in  the legislature, but was'jockeyed out  by a pro-Martin candidate splitting the  Liberal vote in the 1900 election. Mr.  Deane was one of the brightest members ofthe legislature and in the interests of the province, outside of party,  should be returned  to the legislature.  Hon. Robert F. Green, minister of  mines in the McBride administration,  has troubles of his own in the Kaslo  district. Ex-Mayor McAnn of Kaslo,  John Keen and others want to sidetrack the new minister, and there is a  possibility that he may not get the  Conservative nomination. In the  meantime the Liberals are organized  and are likely to nominate ex-Mayor  Goodenough of Kaslo as their candidate.  Do you use B t-.,*; Ribbon Tea ?  George Williams, of Butte arrived  here this week to accept the position of  assistant to Mr. McAllister at the  Greenwood smelter. Mr. Williams was  superintendant of construction at the  Crofton smelter which was built last  year. He will return to Mount Sicker,  near Crofton, in a short time to install  a pumping plant for the Tyee company.  The pump will force water from the  Chemainus river to the mine, an elevation of 1100 feet. Pxgc 2  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  DOMINION DAY EXCURSIONS  Will you celebrate July 1st or take your holidays  later ? In either case you will find it profitable  to see our stock of summer goods.  NECKWEAR  Ladiks : Beautiful and late  desig-ns in all tlie popular  shades, also "white and black  Neck Ribbons���the correct  ���widths and. various colors.  Gentlemen's : We carry two  popular lines and try to  please everybody.  GLOVES  "We carry only the highest  .      grade  PERKINS KID  GLOVES  The Corticeili Silk Gloves and  Mitts, plain and fancy designs,  are the most desirable. You  will find everything the season  demands in this department.  WAISTS  Our White Lawn Shirt Waists  must be examined to be appreciated. A nice assortment trimmed with, lace or  embroidery, or tucked. These  are well made and carefully  stitched.  The balance of the colored  waists to be closed out at a  sacrifice.  HOSIERY  Our stock comprises the most  fashionable in Ladies,  Gentlemen's or Children's  wear. It is important to  have the most comfortable  as well as the stylish goods".  You will find our Lisle threads  a natty and comfortable  purchase.  The cotton, with natural wool  split sole, is also a big seller  Minister of Mines  Hon. Robert F. Green, minister  of mines in the McBride cabinet,  paid Greenwood a hurried visit  today. He had intended to spend  several days in the district, but  advices from the coast hurried his  departure. He drove down from  Phoenix this morning* and left by  the afternoon train direct for  Victoria. He stated that he  would shortly return to the district and spend more time here.  THE   LATEST   ANB  BEST    IN   B00K5  Ask to  see the  Venus  * ii    ' . * -  '.' "'<������'*  Hose  Supporters.  ial Sale  of   Carpets,     Rugs    and  Linoleums,   continues for-  ���       balance of June.  ���THB���  t 's*  Sjio^s  The  Favorite  This season  ,-E/yerv  Season.  An Aggravating Couerh Cured.  A customer of ours who had been  suffering* from a severe cough for six  months, bought two bottles of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy from ns and  was entirely cured by one and a half  bottles of it. It gives perfect satis-  fuction with our trade.���Haynes-  Parkkr & Co., Sineville, Ala. For  sale by J. L. White, Greenwood, and  A. F, Thomas, Midway.  The Master of Warlock  By George Cary Bggleston 85c  The Virginia  By Owen Wister 85c  The Mystery of Murry Davenport  By Robt. Stephens  85c  The Golden Kingdom  By Andrew Balfour 85c  A Coin of King Edward Vll  By Fergus Hume 85c  The Conqueror  By Gertrude Atherton 85c  Audrey  By Mary Johnson 85c  The Hound of the Baskervilles  By Couan  Doyle 85c  The Spoilsman  By E. Flower 85c  Wee MacGregor  By J. J. Bell 25c  Lady Rose's Daughter  By Mrs. Humphrey  Ward ��1.50  The Pit  By Frank Norris $1.50  Loyey Mary  By Alice H. Rice $1.25  Smith &  McRae  Boundary Creek Times  ���OITCA.N   ROSS MANAGING: EdITOK  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pan Year $ 2 CO  Six Months   >  1 25  To Foreign.Countries 2 50  LABEL>  FRIDAY, JUNE 26,  1903.  A USEFUL MEMBER    * i  The great body of the electors  will regret Mr. Smith Curtis'  determination to retire from  public life, the boodlers and  grafters will rejoice. Mr. Curtis  believes in a strenuous political  life and he has taken advantage  of every opportunity to strike  strong blows in protecting the  people's interests. He has made  enemies among those who believe  that the proper function of government is to deal generously  with the grafters, but he has at  the same time strengthened himself with those who take a contrary view. Mr. Curtis has a  record of which- any legislator  might be proud, and it is to be  regretted that men of his ability  and integrity must often abandon  public life because they cannot  afford to completely sacrifice  their personal interests and those  dependent upon them.  camp. It is quite possible that  the Poplar creek strike is one of  unusual merit, but we venture  the ���assertion that, if the district  could be reached by rail and without special effort it would hot  command half the attention.  Samples from the property have  given assays of 811,900 to the  ton. Assays as high as S42,0Q0  to the ton have been secured from  Providence ore and there never  has been any wild rush to this  district. The truth is that a  comfortable railway carriage  and first-class hotels knock the  ardor out of the stampeder. .^Almost impassable trails, snowcapped mountain passes and the  skies for a canopy are necessary  to feed the excitement and encourage the imagination. We hope  the Lardo strike is genuine, but  we feel sure that many who rush  in there will be disappointed.  Good morning, Mr. Elector.  Have you registered ? If not,  why not ?  SOME  DENTAL   HINTS Books Stationery and Office Supplies  Careful cleansing of the teeth  is the foundation of all care of  the mouth.  Rational care of the teeth and  mouth seeks to free the cavity of  the mouth of all foreign substance.  Tartar must be removed from  time  to  time. . Loose roots and  stumps  must be extracted.    De  cayed  teeth must  be . filled,   orj  treated and filled; or extracted,     j  Artificial substitutes must be;  inserted in place of natural teeth;  which have been lost. j  The sooner a diseased tooth is  treated the more rapidly, pain-;  lessly, and cheaper can it be filled  For this reason teeth should be  thoroughly examined at. least  twice a year.  Jt is money well spent to have  diseased roots and.such as are  still firmly implanted filled, and,  where necessary, provided with  artificial croyvns.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood, B. C  Phone 34  S. BARRY YUILL  *?*?*?*?*?*?&*?*?I?*?*?*?*?*?*?*?   I?&S?t?9?t?f?V?t?f?t?t?2? 1?i?& 1?  ��� R- ��- sir jp jp j? jPaPjpjPijPjPjpjP'jPsPjP  jtjt&jt& j�� >e ,-* & j* j* jt & .** & & ,s��  REGISTER YOUR VOTE.  THE LARDO STRIKE  Distance always lends enchantment to the view and difficulties  of transportation immeasurably  add to the richness of a new  strike. This week two men came  down to Kaslo and reported having found remarkably rich gold-  bearing ore on, Poplar creek in  the Lardo district. Immediately  there is a stampede  to  the new  Who Can Vote.  Only males are entitled to vote. The  qualifications are shown on the printed  form of application and are as follows:  The applicant must be : .'������<,.  (a) 21 years old.  (b) Entitled to the privileges of a  British subject.  (c) Resident in the province for six  months immediately preceding-  the date of his application to  be put on the list.  (d) Resident in the electoral riding  for  one   month    immediately  preceding-   the   date  of   sucl*  application.  No .Chinese, Japanese or Indians can  be put on the voters' list.  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0.0. F.  Meets'-every   Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in  the  I. O. O. T. Hall.    A cordial  invi tatlon is extended to all sojourning* brelhern.  D. A. Bannerman, Fred B. Hor.MES.  N. G, Rec.-Sec  PKACTICAI.      "WATCHMAKliK       AND  jEWRWJgR.  All work ffiiaranteed   GREENWOOD-  eh Hi  0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the citv.  Greenwood  LJciuor Company  -ft  -ft  ���ft  ���ft  *,%  V*.  1ft  1ft-  *���%*���*.  ���&  ���ft  ift  %%  -ft  $*&S$mS2$$S$$$$ SSSSWggSftfSSSSgg  &  3&  ^  *&  fc-fc  ���ft-*  Wft  -Vk-  -ft-k  %&  &"*  * * * ��algary Beer* fi  R GRIEGER, Manager.  *�������  THE BEST BEER JNuTOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWE  GREATLY ALARMED  By a Persistent Couth, but Permanently Cured  by Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.  Mr. H. P. Burbag-e, a student at law,  in Greenville, S. C, had been troubled  for four of five years with a continuous  cough whe says, "greatly alarmed me,  causing* me to fear that I was in the  first stage of consumption." Mr. Bur-  bage. having seen Chamberlain's  Cough Remedy advertised, concluded  to try it. Now read what he says of  it: "I soon felt a remarkable change  and after using two bottles of the  twenty-five cent size, was permanently  cured." Sold by J. L��. White, Greenwood, and A. F. Thomas. Midway.  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  Itl It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  If it's a bilious attack, take Cham- |  berlain's Stomach and L,iver Tablets j  and a quick recovery is certain. For j  sale by J. L,. White, Greenwood, and j  A. F. Thomas, Midway. I  CP*  <��*  CP*  CP*  CP*  <5S  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  CP*  <S1  CP*  CP*  CP*  iank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up. $12,000,000.  Rest.  .$8,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. George A. Dbvmmo.vd.  General Manager :    E. S   ClouSton.  Branches in London, Eng. \ c^hi���Prsla. \ New YoiK, Chicago.  Bay 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.  *<  *>=5  **=2  *=%  h*9  TtmwMMmmmmMmmmmmmmMF; yj-l/  THE   JU.0CJR )AY CREEK   TIMES  Page 3  Celebration and Great  Summer Fair at  Grand Forks..  JWLY 1-2, 1903  $2,500 IN PRIZES  WEDNESDAY, JULY 1.  MOKNING  Arrival of special trains over three  lines of railways  ATHLETIC SPORTS  9.30 a in���Programme of Children's  Races and other Athletic Sports,Bridge  street  BASEBALL TOURNAMENT  12 noon���Baseball Tournament on  the grounds of the Grand Forks Driving- Park and Athletic Association,  L/td.    Purse S100, open to all teams.  AFTERNOON  HORSE RACING  First event called at 2 p m  sharp at  the race track.  No. 1���Running, }( mile  dash    Purse  $40  No. 2���Running, }( mile     Purse $250.  No. 3.���Running, -y$ mile.    Purse $175  No. 4.���Running, Grand Forks Derby,  2 mile   Purse $400  No. 5.���Cowboy's Race, 300 yards, two  turns   S40 in prizes; entrance free  KVICXINC.  THEATRICAL  7 p m���Grand production of G ilbert  & Sullivan's fa-.iions comic opera. H  M S Pinafore nt the opera house.  THURSDAY, JULY 2  MOKN'ING  FIREMEN'S TOURNAMENT  0:30 a.m.���Firemen's Tournament on  Bridge street. Open. Hub and hub  race, distance 150 yards; rejls to carry  200 feet of hose First prize S75; second  prize $25 ... .. . ,    , ������*. -������������������ -  Wet Test���Distance   100    yards   to  LLOYD A. MANLY,  PRESIDENT  hydrant, teams to lay 150 feet hose and  get water First prize $75, second  prize $25  AFTERNOON  HORSE RACING  2 p m at race track  No 6���Gentlemen's     Saddle     Horse  Race, ){ mile, owners up Purse $40  No 7���Running yi mile, heats, best two  in three   Purse S250  No 8���Pony race, )i mile, 14J4 hands  and under   Purse $30  No 9���Seagram Cup, distance % mile,  all ages Winner of Grand Forks  Derby to carry 5 pounds additional  weight For a cup valued at $500  donated' by J E Seagram, of Waterloo, Ont, and $300 cash added by  the association   Cup to be won two  years consecutively by same owner to  become private property Purse  divided  No 10���Cowboy race, % mile, one turn  Purse $20; first $15, second $5 Entrance fee  No 11���Consolation race A suitable  purse will be offered by the association for competition by all horses  which have not won first or second  money at this meeting Post  entries free  'HORSE EXHIBITS  Parade before the grand stand  Liberal cash prizes will be offered in  the following classes, namely:  Best thoroughbred stallion  Best saddle horse  Best standard bred stallion  Conditions : Four to enter in each  competition    Prize in each class $10  EVENING    FIREMEN'S BALL  9 p m���Firemen's ball at opera house  W. A. HARKIN  SECRETARY  THE NOW  J  Remodelled,   Renovated  and  Refurnished.      Only   the   best   Eiquors    aud  Cigars.    Prompt  servicer     Courteous  "TfeatmeniT   "Good "Rooms".      Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES     FURNISHED      FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :   :  For Sale���Best vacant corner in  Greenwood, lot 13, block 7, at three-  fourths assessed valuation for 1903; lot  20, block 13, at one-half assessed value.  Daoenport & Haw., 703 N. Y. block,  Seattle, Wash.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'DANDY" or.��l "SURPRISE FRACTIONAL'  Miners 1 i '.aims, /huate in the Kettle River  Mining   " ivisiou of Yale 'District.  Where ��� cated :    Greenwood Camp.  A.KE   xOTICE that I, John  P. McLeod,  T  Z, C.  Eagle HalL  Recently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :      :    :    :    :  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary.  THE BEST LINAMENT-  ��� Fret Miner's Certificate No. B54954. as  airent for Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's  Certificate No. IS-tlToI, Intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to Uie" Mininir Kecorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining n Crown Grants of tlie  above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated lliis 12th day of Marcli A. D.. 1903.  Last ins. May 13 J. P.McLEOD  "I have derived great benefit from  the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm  for rheumatism and lumbag*e," says  Mrs. Ann Hagelgans, of Tuckahoe, N.  J. "My husband used it for a sprained  back and was also quickly relieved. In  fact it is the best family liniment I  have ever used. I would not think  of bein��,r without it. I have recommended it to many and they always  speak very highly of it and declare its  merits are wonderful . For sal* by  J. L. White, Greenwood, and A. F.  Thomus, Midway.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  STARLIGHT Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Greenwood Milling Division of Yale District.   Where located:���In  Skylark Camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederfe Illacknian  Holmes, Free Miner's Certificate No. It. 3(1593,  for nivself and as Donald Alexander Canicreii,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 15. 3(>";43 and Alexander It. Coutls Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  It. 411S9, intend sixty days from the dale hereof,  to apply to the Miiiiuir Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of theaboveclaim.  Aud furtlier lake notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before Ihe issuance of such Certiiicate of im provemeiits.  Dated this 1st. dav of mav. A. D. 1903.  F. It HOLMES.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "DIAMOND JOE*' and   "DOUMFUL'*  Mineral   Claims   situate   in   th-   Kettle River  Mining* Division of Yale Disliict.  Where located in Summit Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. C. A. E. Shaw, ajrent  for Jane Russell Free Miner's Certificate No. B54807, Jiunes C. Helm, Free Miner's  Certificate No, B530S5. Wellington Elson. Free  Miner's Certificate No. Ua-MH. Evan l'arrv.  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55000, and William It. Peterson. Free Miner's Certificate No.  It M807, intend, sixty days from tlie date Iiereof,  to apply to die Minin*.*-Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements, for the purpose ot  obtaining a Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, audei  section 37. must be eoniMenced before the is-  sua���'re of such Certiiicate of Improvement*.  Dated this 2fc'h day of March. A. D. 1903.  C   A. E. SHAW. p. L. S.  JUST WHAT YOU NEED-  Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver  Tablets are just what you need when  constipated; when you have no appetite, feel dull after eating and wake up  with a bad taste in your mouth. They  will improve your appetite.cleanse'and  invigorate your stomach and give you  a relish for your food. For sale bj-  J. L. White Greenwood and A. F.  Thomas Midway.   MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICK.  viicon   I'-kactionai.   Mineral claim, situate iu  the   Kettle   River aiinlnir Division of Yale  District.     Where located:--in  Loiiff Luke  Camp.  taki! xotici; that I Mary Garland Free Miner's   certificate   No. 1541754, intend,  sixty days  from ihe date hereof, to apply to the Mining* recorder for a   ceniticale  of   Improvements, for  the prrpuse of obtaining* a crown orant ofthe  above claim.  And further lake  notice   tliat  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 5th day of May A. D. 1903,  Mary Garland.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  Nona;.  JEWEL Mineral Claim, situate iu the Kettle  River Mining* Division of Yale District.  Where located:���In Triple Lake Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I C. A. E. Shaw agent  for Wellington Elson Free Miner's certificate  No. 1554904,'intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a  certificate of Improvements, for the puopose 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 Twelfth dav of September, A. D.  1002.  C. A. E.Shaw, P. L1 S.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "TRAPPER" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District  "Where Located :   On Horseshoe Mountain.  '-pAKE NOTICE, that I,  Isaac H. Hallett,  _L as afent for Herbert R. Davidson, Free  Miner's Ct tilicate No. B4I9O5, and Henry B.  Thoen, Free Miner's Certificate No. B41731,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for aCertificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37,  must he commenced  before  th  issuance of such Cei-tll tate of Improvement.  Dated this 10th day of February,A. D., 1903.  I. H. HALLETT.  Last issue I3th May  Falls & Sort-HM 'tul.vu ..  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & K. 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.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S.  points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C. .  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov, 22. 1902.  Leave  9:25 a.  m.  Spokane  Arrive  5:45 p. m.  10:15 a.  m.  Rossland  5:10 p.  m.  7:00 a.  m.  Nelson  8:00 p.  m.  11:00 a.  m.  (M  Hers, Grand  Forks)  4:00 p  m  9.15 a.  m.  Republic  5:40 p.  m.  H  . A  . JACKSON,  General  Passenger Agent,  S'po   kaneVWasH  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To A. BRANSON,  D. R. CAMPBELL, D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  You arc hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and improvements on the "Boston"  "Toronto" aud ''St. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate en Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle River, in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District, tlie sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and S7.50 for recording the  same, such being the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  provisionsof the "Mineral Act' and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from the date of the first publication of tliis  notice in the Boundary Creek Times you fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex  peuditure, namely $230.50, together with al  costs of advertising, your interest in said  mineral claims shall become invested iu me  (your co-owner) upon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, l')00."  Dated this 28th day of October, 1902.  JOHN N. GREDEN  Last puplication Jan. 31.1903.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  AMANDY   Mineral    Claim,    situate    in    the  Kettle    River    Mining  Division   of   Yale  District.    Wliere located :    In Long Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE tnat I, C. JE. Shaw agent  for James Hunter, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  B5(j922 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply to the Mining Recorder fora 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 commenced before the issuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this Sth day ot July, A. D. 1W2.  First issne Nov. 28. C. A. E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "BEAVER"  Mineral   Claim, situated   iu   the  Kettle   River    Mining    Division   of   Yale  District.  Where located : On Beaver Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hailett, as  agent for John T. Bell, Free Miner's  Certificote No. B55460. Duncan Murrv. Free  Miner's Certificate No. B41715. and William  Black. Free Miner's Certificate No. B  *MSS(), intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to tile Mining Recorder for a  Certificateof Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such i. ertificate of Improvements.  Dated this 12th day of Marcli. 1W3.  I. H. HALLETT  Vast issue Mav  *<��:~KK*��<��-H"K">^^  00000<X><K><XHX>00<)0000<HK)<K)<>��  :~h��>>x*^.��w~:->  ��  Y  Y  V  V  V  V  V  V  V  Y  *!  V  V  v  Y  y  V  Y  V  Y  Y  Y  V  V  V  V  v"  ��� ���  I  !  Y  Y  ���?  Y  Y  Y  &0  IS  Is  ��.0  io  i>0  ������THE���*  Established 18%.  Published   at  Greenwood.   B,   G  The Mining, Smelting and Conv  mercial Centre of the Boundary,  ���If You Want to  Keep Posted on  Tie Big Copper  and The  High Grade Gold  Mines Subscribe  Forthe Boundary  Creek Times-$2.  -^^-m,-'  Mailed to Great Britain* Canada  and United States for $2 per ans  num< Other countries $2,50*  Address  T  V"  Y  *Y  Y  Y  'Y  Y  ���t  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  I'f  ?Y  :y  Y  GREENWOOD, B. C,  XX0000oooo<><><*h>oooooo<><**^^  000��-000<><K><>0000<K>0<^^ Page'0  THE   BOUNDARY    CEJJJDK    TIMES  Business Directory.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants;  AGENTS, COLLECTORS. ETC-  FRED B. HOLMES,  Ayent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for storing* g-oods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  Wedding Bells  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  WILSON  "Merchant Tailors.  & CO.  Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. Frawley, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.     Baths 25c.  Razors Honed.  Copper Stree-K       -     Greenwood, B.C.  PROFESSIONAL .CARDS.  HA-LLETT dfc SH*4w  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cahle A,ddress :      haixktt."  Codes  Bedford M'Neill's *  MorelHg* & Neal's  Leiber's.  I. H.  HALLETT.  Qref.nv/ood.  h. C. SHAW.  ItfCLEOD <fe BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block.Copper street,  ,:   . Greenwood, Ti.C.  J. R.Brown. .J. P. McLeop.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion   anb    Provincial  ��    .  Land Surveyor.  Office.with Gaunce & Wickwire.  ,.'. . Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,   .-      :      ������      i"B.   O.  4. 'E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial ^Land Surveyor.  Mining and Englneerlng-SUr^eys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  ���Wood Block (next Customs office.) .  \  :' . GREENWOOD, b. c.  Miss Elsie E. McLaren daughter of John McLaren, Carson, B.  C, will be married to William R.  Hull, of Chicago. Tuesday, Juno  30th, at 8:30 p. m. It will be a  hdme wedding* to which only  relatives and intimate friends of  the contracting* parties will be  invited. It goes without saying  that Miss McLaren is one of the  most popular young womeu in  the vallej-*. She has resided her  since childhood, Her charm of  manner and other social qualities  will be recalled by all who have  enjoyed . her hospitality. Mr.  Hull���"Rube" as "he *is best  known by the old times���is also  deservedly popular. He was one  of the pioneer newspaper men in  Boundary and did much to exploit its resources. He has since  abandoned journalism and is do  ing well in business iu Chicago.  The young people will have the  wishes of the entire community  for their future happiness and  prosperity.���Grand Forks Gazette.  Miss McLaren is a sister of  Mrs. James McNichol of Midway  and D. D. McLaren of Deadwood.  MORTAGE  OF VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY.  Under and by virtue of tlie power of sale contained.in a certain nwrtfrape, which "'ill t>e produced at the time of sale, there will he offered  for sale by PUBLIC AUCTION by W. 0.  Gaunce or E. T. Wickwire, in the town of Anaconda, :IJ. C, at the mortgaged jiroperty, on  Monday, the ist day of June A. D. 1903, at 12  o'clock.lioou, the following property: ���  All and sing-ular those parcels or tracts of laud  and premises in the town of Anaconda, in  Osoysos Division of Yale District, British Columbia, being composed of Lots 13 and 14, in  Block.16, according to the Subdivision of a portion ofthe North half of the Soiilneast quarter  of Section 32, in Township 71). according to plan  deposited iu the Land Registry Office at Kamloops as No. 24.  Erected on the said lots are two dwelling  houses, containing 5 rooms each.  For further particulars and Conditions of  Sale, apply to  HARRIS & HULL,  Vendors Solicitors, Vancouver, U. C.  Or to GAUNCE & WICKWIRE,  Greenwood, B. C.  Vancouver. 4th May 1903.  Card of Thanks.  Photos Photos Photos  You have wanted that Photograph  sometime now The Miller Gallery  opposite Pacific Hotel is now open for  10 rlays only Work is lirst-class  Prices are right and wc deliver pictures  promptly    All work finished here  Fogg's   Chemical    Chalk   and Per  line for sale at Coles & Ifrith's.   .112  ���nfcaxvKcminn.-BKiCKnasi93m.-tKciMins��SRdQiBi  TOO GREAT A RISK.  In almost every neighborhood someone has died from an attack of colic or  cholera morbus, aften before nudicine  could be procured or a physician summoned. A reliable remedy for these  diseases should be kept* at hand. The  risk is too great for anvon2 to take.  Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera an<i  Diarrhoea' Remedy has undoubtedly  sEved the lines of more people and relieved more pain and suffering than  any other medicine in use. It can always be depended upon. For sale by  J. L. White, Greenwood, and A. F.  Thomas, Midway.  -wmiriMTMi&maKag-c-a  FURNITURE  CARPETS  CROCKERY  GLASStfARli  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels   and   finest  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  *i**uwwmii a Mm^ul!*>J^JllU!ian!MUImmsK^lSI^Hmf:lMu^^Ill3l  Pool and billiard tables for sale  or  rent*. A. L. White & Co.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Miss Elsie Keiser, daughter of Mr.  and-Mrs. Fred Keiser of Eholt has returned from the College of the Holy  Names in Spokane. Miss Keiser  securpd tvvo diplomas for music and  elocution. The young lady is a gifted  musician.  The regular meeting of the Board of  Trade was held on Wednesday afternoon with President Ehrlich in the  chair. The committee who had in  chargerthe circulation of a petition in  favor of early closing were given further time to report. Secretary Jacobs  reported that inspector of fisheries  Sword had visited .the district in response to representations made by the  board in reference to slocking Boundary waters with fish and building fish  t-*aps and that he . had shown Mr.  Sword Boundary Falls* while Mr. Pelly  had (gone with him to Eon g* Lake.  Routine business occupied the further  attention of the board.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  OLD GUARD  Mineral  Claim, situate in  Mining  Division  located :      Iu  ti[e  of Yale  White's  Kettle  River  .  District.      Where  Camp.  TAKE. NOTICK that I, John P. McLeod  executor of the estate of Alex. Wallace,  deceased, Free Miner's Certificate No. D54954,in-  te'ud, sixty days from the date here f, lo apply  to tlie Mining Recorder for Certific** les of Improvements, for the ptirpose-ofobtaii. ug Crown  Giant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action,  under-  sectiou 37.  must be commenced  "before the is  suauce of such'Certificate of Improvements.  . .Dated this 28th dav of Jauuarv, 1903.  ���'���July 22 ' J. P. McLeod.  To   C.   T>.   CAMPBELL,  and    PETER    Mc  BRIDE,  late of Greenwood, in  Vale Dis  trict :--  Siks :    You are hereby uotihed   that I   liave  expended One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) in having  the  "Admiral" itinera. Claim, situate in  Providence Camp in the  Ketlle River  Mining  Division of Yale District iu  British  Columbia,  surveyed,  to count as au assessment, and the  J further stuu of 52.50 in  record in:*- such  survey  as an  assessment in order to hold said claim  uuder the provisions of Section 24 of  the "Mineral  Act," as will  appear by a Certificateof  Work recorded in the ollice of "the Miiiiujr Recorder for the Ketlle River Miuiuj!* Division of  Yale District, on  the 12th  day  of May, 1902:  such expenditure lioiup* the nntou.-.t required to  hold the said eh'in 1 t tl.e \ ear eut*.it-ii1 on the  141 h day of May  I '02:  And if within uiiu'.y da* s niter the publication of this noi'ci'..** ou, "i-< 'im r of S"U fail or  refuse lo pay or couirilnue your portion ol the  expenditure required under said section 24. to  pother with your portion of all costs of advertising*, tlie interest of such of you :>s fail m*  refuse to contribute your portion of said expenditure and costs of advertising, shall become vested in the sul.sc.ibcr [your co-owner)  under section 4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 19(10."  Dated at Greenwood,  IJ. C, this l.iih  dav of  March, 1903.   I.r.st lsst:e June 13.  Ham-ett & Shaw.     THOMAS 1IEMMERLE.  Solicitors.  To William Mel'onalcl and to any person or  perilous lo whom he may have transferred his  interest in the "Irene"' mineral claim situate in  Smith's camp iu the Kettle Kiver Mining Division of Yale District, liritish Columbia.  Von are hereby notified that I have expended  ���rioo.ot) in order to hold the abovc.named ''Irene'  mineral claim nuclei* the provisions of the  Mineral Act. Uiat you owe me a balance of  -?.<(..I'll on your proportion of the said sum for  your undivided live sixth's interest in the said  claim on the last assessment done ou said claim  and that you owe me a balance of $16.S7 for  your share of the previous assessment ou the  said Claim and'If within no days from the lirsi  insertion of this notice you fail or refuse lo  contribute ihe sum of $/2.S7 ivhich is now due  by vou, tsgether with al*. costs of advertising,  your interest in the said miueral claim will become the property of me the subscriber, your  co-owner, under section four of an Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated at Greenwood. 15. C. the 16th dav of  April, 1903.  McLeod ,t Drown. EMMANUEL PASTRONI  Solicitors        Julv 17  .'���JT-MERAL, ACT.  Cerlli'icjte of Improvement.  NOTICK.  ARI-0T7.     ioil YOUNG* GEORGE Mineral  Claim;*:   jU  ntc in the Kettle River  Mining  Divisii ii '. I Yale District.    Where located :  Pass C!*.-**!?V. Camp.  TAKE   :COTlCR   that  I. John  I>. McLeod,  Free Mine. / Certificate No. IJ 54954 as agent for  Andrea l-V.j- ��� . I'ree Miner's Certificate No. 15  30252 and   r'.-;i'i�� J. Finucane  Free  Miner's  Certiiicate      ">.).        J574202        intend        sixty  days   froi:    .'.'.  d*j.le Iiereof to apply   to   the  mining re .���������in   for     :certificate or iirprove  ment   for   *���.<���   purpose  ;     obtaiuiui    *  crnwr.  grants fiii- .' ;���<> ������(.' claims.  And furl'i..- ike notice that action J.-.dei  section 37 :i i*. be commenced befoe! the issuance of - .-ill certificate of improveir- nls  Dated t'.iv I**-:-**', day of December.. O., 1902.  J. P. McLEOD.  Last issue March 23  grims  Everybodyis cordially invited to attend the pavilion ;dance at the Hotel  Winnipeg, Grand Forks, on the evening July 1, Dominion day*. Galliher's  orchestra of .Spokane will 'furnish the  music.   Tickets $1.  A LIFE  SRENEWER  On sale at all the hotels.  BOTTLED  BY  JAMES   M CREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lager Beer and  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  We are headquarters for  fishing' utensils. Rods,  reels, flies, hooks, lines,  etc., etc., in abundance.  Everyone who outfits-  with us catches a full  basket. Take warning  and govern yourselves  accordingly.  CANADIAN  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  KAFFIR  KING Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Kettle River Mining Division of YaleDistrict.      Where    located :     Ou   Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River, lying southerly from the T'ar-aa*o mineral claim,  TAKE   NOTICE  that we   Alex.   Waddell,  E. Sullivan. J. S.  Harrison aud  M. Me  Mviin. Free Miners' Certiiicate Nos. B 40,450:  R 40,449: I! 30,500, and H 40,002  respectively,  intend sixty   days from the date hereof, to apply  to the   Mining  recorder for a certificate of Int.  pro.vcnicnts,   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 certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this31sl dnv of Mav. A.D. 1902.  Follow the  And get some of the  4)argains--we---are offering  in harness, furniture,  saddles, tinware, and  sewing machines.  Greenwook, June 16, 1903.  Messks. Gaunce & Wickwike :  Dear Sirs : I beg to acknowledge  check fur S800 settlement in full for  oss on my building, covered by Canadian Fire Insurance Company's policy,  and destroyed by fire on the evening of  May 27th last.  The prompt action of  your company  and yourselves is appreciated.  I accepted your assurance that the  loss could be promptly settled and  start-ed.iminediately on the erection of  another home and am gratified that I  have been put to no delay  Yours etc,  J B DESROSIEKS  We ;are  still doing business  at the  South End Grocery.     W. S. Graham  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "COPPER TRUST FRACTIONAL". ������SCR-  ANTON     FRACTIONAL'*   and     liOTIS  FRACTIONAL"  Mineral  Claims,   situate  iu  the  Kettle  River   Mining   Division  of  YaleDistrict.    Where Located :    Iu   Dead-  wood camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac If. Hallett, as  agent lor Francis J. Fimicauc. Free Miner's  Certificate No. U417KI, intend, sixty days from  the dale hereof to apply to the Mining Kecrder  for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Ard further lake notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of Mich Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of April. A.D.. 190.1.  July 31 I. H. HALLETT.  The 0.1.-C. New and 2nd  Hand Store.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  y��A*lB  RAILWAY.  EXCURSION  EAST.  JUNE 4, 5, 24th to  30th  JULY 15, 16, AUG, 25, 26.  FROM GREENWOOD  ���TO  ST. PAUD  MINNEAPOLIS  DULTJTH  KANSAS CTTY  CHICAGO  TORONTO  MONTREAL  NEW YORK  Corresponding* K.ites to all  EASTERN POINTS  Tickets available via LAKlt/ ROUTE  including meals and berth.  J^O!* time tables rates and information, apply to local agent  E. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood.  15. J. COYLE,        J. S. CATER,  A.<*. P.A.. Vancouver. D.P.A. Nelson  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOURTII-OF-JULY, Mineral  Claim, * situate  ill the K;>ttle Kiver Mining* Division of Yale  District.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle Kiver.  TAICF NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  E.    Sullivan.   Free   Miners'    certificate   Nos.  H. 40,450 and IB. 40.449 respectively, intend, sixty  days   from   the date hereof, to" apply to the  Miuimr Recorder for a Certiiicate of Impiovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And   further take notice  that  action  uuder  section 37, must be commenced, before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improveniants  Dated this 31st. day of Mav, A. D. 1902.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.'  NOTICE  MAYFLOWER Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Greenwood  Mining*  Division of Yale District.   Where located :    Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Mvers-0rav  Free Miner's Certificate No. IJ80241, as  a.)*fent for C. H. Heuuiii|>\ Free Miller's Certificate No. 1355305, Pat Hickey, Free Miner's  Ceriilicate No. B.S0110, and Duncan Mcintosh  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. BS0119, intend,  sixtv days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Min'uy Recorder for certificates of Improve-  of   obtaiuiiif,--  pre  crown  incuts, for the purpose  pranl ofthe above claim  And further take notice tliat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of iniprovements.  Dated this2.ilh dav of June, A.D. 1903.  J. P. MYERS-CRAY  ^ituiuuiuiiiuuiiiuiuutiiuiutuiuuiuuiiiuuuiituiiuiuiuuutiuiuiiiuuatuauiiuuiiuuiiat  i Hove nisi me iy.  For prices of lots and other  information address    Greenwocd is the financial and commercial centre 01 the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining camps0. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, "White  and Atv/ood. Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway,        wood    g  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK-  '���(".OLD ROCK'" Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Kettle River Milling Division of Yale  District. Where Located : On Horseshoe  Mountaii..  TAKE NOTICE that 1. Issac H. Hallett. as  atreut for Herbert Davidson. I'ree Miner's  Certificote No. 1141903. Robert Wood. Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. IJ55455, and Charles  Scott Ciit 11.)way. Free Miner's Certificate No.  IS 55043. intend sixty davs from the  date hereof, to apply lo the MinitiR*Recorder  ior a Ceililicaie of Improvements, for the purpose of ohi'iiuiiiH* a crown trniiil of the above  claim.  -\iid further lake notice that action, under  ?eciion 37, must be commenced before tlie s-  sii.iuceof such certificatcof improvements.  Hated this lutli dnv of February, A. D. 1903.  L:isl Issue A hit list 31 I. H. HALLETT  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENT!-*.  NOTICE.  '���95" Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle River  Mininir Division of Yale District.  Where Located :    In Smith's Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac 11. Hallett, as  airent for John T. Hell. Free Miner's  Certificate No. 1J55400. Kitlph Harron, Free  Miner's Certiiicate No. IS512OI. Duncan "Mcintosh, Free MineJ's Certificate No. Dt-1932 and  Patrick Hickey, Free Miner's Certilieaie No.  B54989, intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, to apply to the Minii-.tr Recorder mr  Certificates of Improvements, for Hie purpose  of obtainiuir Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated tliis 20tli dav of April, 1902.  *Aug-3: ' I. H. HALLETT.  01  II  NOTICE is hereby trivcti that the partnership heretofore subsisting between the  undersigned, heretofore carrying on business  iu Oreenivood, IJ. C. under the name and style  of T. M. Gulley & Co., as Furniture Dealers  and Undertakers is this day dissolved by  m-'tual consent. All acc*>_nis due the said  1irm of T. M. Gulley & Co.. are 10 be paid to  the undersigned T. M. GuMey by whom all  acDounts airainst the said firm will be paid.  Dated at Greenwood, IS. C. this 24th dav of  June, A. D. 1903.  WITNESS:  I  J. P. FLOOD.  T. M. GULLEY.  K. M. KEES.  J. R. DROWN  as to execution   t-.v  J  1\   Flood   ;uirf   T." M.  Gullev.  K'lIlT. WILSON.  a:-, to execution by Kinsman M. Rees. m  THE.   UOTJN ja* CREJfiK   TIMES  -Pjige S  Variety of Patterns  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  Perfect Fitting  Satisfaction Guaranteed  The Union Label  Suits That Suit  We Make no Others.  Wilson &  MERCHANT  TAILORS �����������������������  Copper St.        Greeuwood.-  There's more wear in.Simmons  gold-filled chains than in most  chains simply because they are  made of the very best stock  by the best skilled workmen.  Wattch  ChaJftS  Make sensible Yule-tide Gifts.  Every bit as good as solid  gold chains, fully as handsome, far less costly.  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP AT -THIS  A SOCIALIST  WILL RUN  Miners' Union and Socialists  Have Combined.  WILL HAVE A GANMII  In Greenwood District���Addresses by  Rev. Mr-'Wlison  The new manager B. Tomkitis  has made it the leading 1: U1->f  the Kootenays.  s  Eowney's,  ���$  The Socialists and members of  the Greenwood Miners' Union have  combined and will have a candidate in  the field for the coming provincial  election. This was decided last Sunday  afternoon when at a meeting* of* the  union it was decided to adopt' the  Socialist platform and put a.candidate  in the field. Who that candidate will  be has not yet been determined. The  names mentioned are J. J.' Caulfield,  A. S. Embree, Fred Hazelwood, Harry  Parsons, George F. Dougherty and M.  Kane. A nominating* convention will  probably be held at an early date.  This course was seriously discussed  for some weeks past, but no concerned  action was taken until the arrival of  Rev. Ben. J. Wilson, a gifted Socialist  lecturer from California, or rather  California is now his place of residence, but as he himself expressed it,  he is a foreign agitator from home'because he was born in "the township of  Huron, Ontario, and most of his people  live there yet.  'Mr. Wilson addressed a large audience in Eagles' hall on Saturday night,  the'Miners''Union in the same place  on "Sunday* afternoon, and' another  large'audience in the Auditorium on  Sunday evening. Mr,. .Wilson's lectures were along the orthodox social:  is tic line, but relieved by a stiiring.  eloquence which held'the'attention of  his audience. He bitterly arraigned  ihe capitalistic system. He said; that  the land '-titles of the world-were written"  in' blood. What* all needed, '-a few.:  owned. Production was social, dis-  ti ibution was individual; justice was  nowhere, y^abg^had tilled the great,  field of industry and fenced itself out in  a barren pasture;'labor had lost control  of "the means of life, the tools of' production, and had itself bocome a tool  and commodity.  What is to be done?"The rules of the  game must* be changed, the pirate system of "divvying-up" for the benefit of  a capitalist class must cease. Labor  must kick down the fence that excludes  it from its rightful inheritance and  possess itself of the means of life.  Industry must be democratised and its  product administeredf or*, thebenefit of  all who contribute service. But how ?  By trying to establish a community  and harmony of interest between capitalists and laborers? By begging  and cringing for a little more of what  labor produces? No! Nothing in  earth or heaven can reconcile the interests of capitalism and labor. The  two ends of a balance cannot go up at  the same time.  Mr. Wilson lectured in Phoenix on  Monday and Tuesday evenings and  later in Grand Forks. He intends to  return to the province later in the  campaign and assist Socialist candidates who are going to be placed in the  majority of constituencies in the  province.  Spankie���Mulligan.  and  Stewart's  Chocolates-**.  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  Ft. B. IHutiroe  gopper Street.  Last Wednesday Dr. J. E. Spankie  of this city and Miss Grace Mulligan  of Yonkers, N. Y., were married at the  bride's parents in the latter city. The  honeymoon will be spent among the  Thousand Isles. The happy couple  will arrive in Greenwood about  August 1st.  NOTHING LIKE EXPERIENCE.  |SUPERIOR  1 CHOCOLATES  tf  TRY OUR  FINE LIN��  OP  FRESH  CHOCOLATES  *��^**i��*L  ICOLES & FRITH I  ffi OT  M Successor to J. L. Coles. 8*  & *    W  ��* Books. Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc. *?  ���d.*sa.'as-9a9.*a:*99aai9aaaa9:*��:*a:*se!^*'  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THB-  AyC, DAVIES, '<  Manager.  *' Near McNeill's *eed Store.  **V ip �� ir i*- *v. t? V jp # j^ir jp jp jp ����"  T  Chocolates  -AND���  IN THE CITY.  ������Buy Own**  For   Your    Sweetheart   or  Wife.  COPPER STREET.  *i3* ^* %d** id* *3** ,i3** v* v* v* <*9* t-7* tJ* w***" w** J* J* *#*  "Gne truth learned by actual experience does more good than ten experiences one hears about." Tell a  man that Chamberlain'S'Colic, Cholera  and Diarrhoea Remedy will cure  cholera morbus, and he will most  likely forget it before the end of the  day. Let him have a severe atttack.  of that disease, feel that he is about to  die, use this remedy, and learn from  his own experience how quickly it  gives relief, and he will remember it  all his life. For sale by J. 1*. White,  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  >X^*-:**>^-<**KHX<<��X��W^'^l<K'  i Wrnn 7 tann ;'  Y  *?  Y  I        BICYCLE AND��^  I   MACHINE REPAIRS.  i SKATES~SHARPENED.  8 PAINTING AND      "~  SIG  WORK.  ! Copper St.    Greenwood.  RUSSEL-LAW-GftULFIILD CO.,  LIMITED.  Tf-'JHBfiS^-'WWE**^^.'*^* v"c-" **-"i ������������.'-i* ���  ������������r-.:,:^i,ir^'^-.-.n  the Store Where Gottds and Prices Are  Always Right,  *2<XX--<*K>0<'**<'K>0<>0<^  0000000000000��00<)000<>0<>00<>#CKXKK)<K)<>000*^^  P. O. BOX .2-J6  PHONE 179  J. McMillan & Co.  i  WHOLESALE GROCERS im AGN  tuckett Cigar Co.f Union Label Cigars  BRANDS: Monogram, Marguerlta! Botiuet, Our Stecial, El Justllio; El Condor,  Saraatlzalos, Schiller. Also Tucketts Union Label Cigarettes. KarnackT. &  B. V.C.  Comer Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B.C.  ���od-6o��<>��<>ooo��o<>��<>o��<>ooo<>o<>o*<>o<><H^  <H>0C<>O00O0O<>OOOO<>0<>0OO<>O<>O*<K><><>0<><>O<X><>OOO<X><K><>0<>O0OOO'  OOOK>000<>000000<>0<>00000<>0<><>��<>0000<>00<>00<>0000<>00<>000<>00  '.cm i  J  t,.i  ,..eMAwi rar Mill cMpah....  Manufacturers Boilers. Hoisting Engines. Narrow Guaee Locomotives. Compressors, Drills, Etc. ���������������������  R.P.WILLIAMS,           |  -**-��-����Jfl^^  ^0<X><>00<>00<K>0<��)<X>000<*KK>0<K>*000<^^  '4  i  i. Well heated rooms at moderate a  ,����� prices.     Also   first class board J  ����� by day or week.  g       THE SWAYNE HOUSE,       %  X. Silver Strept. ���>  Silver Street,  Greenwood.,      2.  ���2��  *��m-*��:'��**<m><><"->*��<~:����<h><>>:��x*'>  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEAT ING  GRAND FORKS.-PHOEMX^  DAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. tn.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates made known at office.  J. F. R0YER, Manager.  Piccadilly Restaurant  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction  Guar  .an teed.  JJadeu-Flood Block,  Greenwood  A New   Restaurant  Run on to the  Live and Let Live Plan,  TC  Where Meals can be secured at all  hours, well served and at moderate  prices,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  *%>  Wood & Moslier, Proprietors  i��3*Remember the place, next door to Arlington  Hotel. r��ag-p .Ti  the   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  oooooo^o-ddooo c^ooo ooooooooo  |    LOCAL   EXTRACT    |  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Louis I. Ostroski has  returned  from  a trip to Spokane.  Thomas Walsh  is  visiting* Spokane  this week.  The public   schools throughout  the  province closed today.  C. J. McArthur and Jas.   Dale  went  up to the West Fork this week.  Mrs. J. P. McLeod leaves  next week  on a visit to friend* near Kamloops.  Too hot to think; but not too hot to  drink our ice cream sodas at the drug  store.  Mrs. G. B. Taylor and children are  visiting* Mrs. Taylor's sister in New  Denver.  G H. Scott, late night cook at the  Gem, left Wednesday for Xanana  river; Alaska.  Mrs. E. W. Bishop leaves in a few  days to visit relatives in Owen Sound  and Belleville..  Albert I. Goodell, superintendent of  the Su aset smelter, paid Rossland a  business visit this week.  Miss Laird of the public school  teaching* staff leaves on Monday on a  holiday trip to the coast.  Rev. W- S. Bannermad hes returned  to Sitka, Alaska, after a two weeks'  visit with his brothers here.  Mis. Duncan Mcintosh and Miss  Mcintosh left today on a three months'  visit to their old home in Nova Scotia.  cFrank Mulliner, C. P. R. baggageman at Eholt, and Miss Barnard of  Hartford Junction were married on  Wednesday last*.  T. M. Gulley has purchased the interests of J. P. Flood and King Rees  in the firm of T. M. Gulley & Co.,  furniture dealers.  Rev. Joseph White of Ottawa arrived  today on a two weeks' visit to his sons,  J. L. and R. C. G. White. Mr. White  was one of the commissioners to the  General Assembly.  cu  Rev. Mr. Du istan, of Halifax, occupied the pulpit of the Presbyterian  church on Sunday morning last. In  the evening Rev. W. S. Bannerman of  Sitka, Alaska, preached  It is reported than an effort is being-  made to transfer Res\ W. A. Robins,  M. A. to Roesland as successor to Rev.  Mr. Kedley. His parishoners here are  petitioning against the removal.  There arrived in the city this week,  four thoroughbred bulls from P. Burns  it Co., Calgary. They are consigned  to Frank Richter of Keremeos, who  has a beautiful farm at that point.  H. F. Hunter of Chicago is paying a  visit to his brothers. He arrived here  on Thursday accompanied by James  Hunter of Rossland. Mr. Hunter's  son is also seeing the west with him.  Dr. Fagan, secretary of the provincial  board of health, was in the city this  ���week. He went out via Penticton,  visiting on the way Rock Creek hill,  ���where there recently were two cases of  smallpox.    Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Trimpi of East  Orange, New Jersey, who are interested in the B. C. Copper company and  the No. 7, were in the city this week  and were shown the mines and smelter  by Mr. and Mrs. Keffer.  Methodist church���Rev. J. D. P.  Knox, pastor. Services at 11 a. m.  and 7:30 p.m. Morning class at 10  o'clock. Sunday school at 2:30 p. m.  The pastor will conduct the morning  and evening services.  F. W. McLaine agent for the Ocean  Accident & Guarantee Corporation,  Ltd., made a record for the month of  May. He received two prizes for  having secured the largest number of  applications and written the largest  volume of business in the province  during that month. He wrote policies  aggregating 360,000 during May. The  company is the strongest in the world  and any one desiring insurance of this  character would do well to consult Mr.  McLaine.  J. T. Williams of the Hunter-Kendrick company's staff and Miss Hannah Atkinson of this city were married at Grand Forks, on Wednesday by  the English church clergymen there.  The happy couple left on a honeymoon  trip to California.  James Fisher, an old-timer in the  Boundary, has returned from Rossland  and will work the Simplex, a high  grade property near the Skylark. He  was among those who made locations  in southeast Kootenay.'  Alderman Thomas M. Gulley has returned from the east. He was called  home by the serious illness of his aged  mother, but he did not reach there in  time to see her as she passed away  shortly after his leaving here.  J. Thibauld and J. A. Chenier have  made a big* strike the Monte Carlo  claim at Bull creek, up the west fork of  Kettle river. They have opened up a  five foot vein of copper ore which runs  10.9 per cent copper and 7.6-10 ounces  in silver.  Walter McNames, son of Mr. and  Mrs, James H. McNames of Midway  died at Spokane on Monday morning  last. The remains were brought to  Midway for interment; the funeral  taking place on Wednesday afternoon.  The. young man was 19 years'of age.  H. Wright, representing W. ;J. McMillan & Co., the well-known wholesalers of Vancouver, was in the city  this week. Mr. Wright was a schoolmate of K. C. B. and Walter Frith  away back in the fish belt, and renewed -old acquaintances with them  and others of tne New Brunswick  colony while here.  The locomotive and cars for dumping-  slag, ordered a couple of months ago  for the B. C. Copper Co.'s smelter at  Greenwood, will likely- arrive next-  month. After the necessary tracks  shall have been laid the slag will be  dumped whilst molten, instead of being granujated as at present.  Harry Madden has returned from  Leland Stanford University. He was  one of the students of that institution  who was stricken with the typhoid  fever during the epidemic there and  spent several weeks ,in the hospital in  San Francisco. He has now fully  recovered. His sister who was in  school in Spokane returned home with  him.  A large and foolish bear, this week,  visited a flock of sheep belonging to  P. Burns & Co., which were on the  hills above Boundary Falls. Old  Mac, the herder, saw the bear and the  bear saw Old Mac. Bruin took to the  tall timbers and Mac followed on horseback. Bruin was too big and fat to  run fast so he found himself caught in  Mac's lassoo. Bruin thought he saw-  safety in a tall tree and climbed up  despite the objections of Mac at  the  other ��end   of__.the.-_lassoo.--.Mac .went   ���       . ^  back to his cabin andNgot a rifle but  took the precaution to tie Bruin to the  tree before doing so. Poor Bruin is  is now dead, and his thick fin* will  make a snug rug for Mac's cabin  Manager Goodell intends getting i:i  from Spokane, the third furnace for  the Montreal & Boston Copper Co.'s  smelter at Boundary Falls. The  furnace has been completed for some  time, but, owing to there being insufficient coke coming in to supply it  were it set up, its erection has been  delayed. However, the outlook seems  to be promising for an increased fuel  supply ere long so preparations are to  be made forthwith to complete the enlargement of the treatment capacity of  the smelter in readiness for the time  when the conditions shall be favorable  to working all three furnaces. The  additional blower ordered for this  smelter has been shipped by the manufacturers so it is expected to arrive  shortly.  Messrs. A. H. Buchannan, manager  of Nelson branch of the Bank of Montreal; J. J. Campbell, manager of the  Hall Mining & Smelting Co., Ltd., and  his brother, Rev. Dr. Campbell, who  has been 27 years engaged, in missionary in India, and N. Carmichael, of  the Duncan Mines, Ltd., were all over  from Nelson Tuesday. They went up  to Phoenix by the afternoon train, and  afier going over the Granby mines,  came down to Greenwood for the night  Wednesday morning they made an  early start to drive to the Emma mine,  in the Summit camp, and Lhence to  Grand Forks, their intention being to  visit tl.e Granby company's smelter at  that town and then take the evening  train pn their return to Nelson.  ^'fr'-W^^?******^  SEE OUR WINDOW  *  v  Y  Y  Y  Y.  Y  Y  <���.:������:��  K^K^K^MK^X-K-K^  Y  Y  X  !  Y  Y  Y  ?  Y  Y  ?  Y  Y  T  V  t  Y  ?  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  I  V  Y  Y  .....  B. L. Wood has reopened  a tailor shop on Copper  street (F. J. Mitchell's  old stand) and will be  pleased to welcome all  his old customers and  many new ones who  want  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  A Perfect Fit.  B. L. Wood  Merchant Tailor  Copper St,     Greenwood  * ���b**^j*���\*-*���\/^*^*\**^\&J'*&''f\*if**\f**^* '"\a'v\/,S  ' i      ** ��� ~  Hon. David Laird and his nephew  Rev. Robert Laird visited at the home  of H. C. Shaw this week. Hon. Mr.  Laird was governor of the Northwest  territories some years ago. He was one  of the stalwarts of the liberal party  and was a member of the McKenzie  administration. Both lie and Rev.  Mr. Laird were delegates to the  general assembly recently held in  Vancouver. Mrs. H. C. Shaw is a  niece of the venerable statesman and  the Rev. gentleman is her cousin. He  has a congregation at Brockville, Ont.  Hon. Mr. Laird is now superintendent  of Indian affairs at Winnipeg.  0<>00<><><>0<><>00<>0<>00<>0<>0<>0<KK>  mttb  Bazel  toilet  Cream  A nice preparation  for relieving sunburn, blisters and  redness caused by  exposure.  25 cents  J. L. WHITE  Druggist     -     -    Greenwood  ^>oo<>oo<>oo<>o<>poo<>ooo<>o<>o<>o-p  <~XmX":mX*''^:'-<��>3KmM  DEALERSQIN  FUIffilTOlE,! x CARPETS, I  LINOLEUMS, ETC. %  COPPER S'i'KI-'KT, GREENWOOn.   y  X  <~x~:~X"X*,<"X*x~X'<"X*-->x^  *#*#&*����e��: est* st��e��. #e ��.�����*;��� sis&istt^  s&co.  (P*>=i)  WH0LSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Fresh and Cured Meats  Markets in all the principle  towns of  British  Columbia,  Afterta and the Yukon.  a  ��  ft  e  ��  *  ft  *  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  .*  '��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ����ft**ftft*ftftft��aiSft��ftftft��ftftftftftftftft��ft��^��##)����-ie#��^1>ii.#^��^l>##0#a  THE fANADIAN RAM OF COMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  $�� ft �� ft * ��$ �� * * #���� m a =���.: * ->k- -:��� ����������*���# * **;.-: * 6 >\i.��a ���:f**:iflf.:}j!f.��41t*jj5����f��n!(ft{>J(H(H(*|^  Plead Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  *  *  ��  o  ��  AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT  CHASED   OR  DEVELOPED.  PUR-  ��ftftftftft#ft����ftft#**a��*ftftftftftft*.������ftftftft*#ft#**ft^  At the regular meeting of the city  council on Monday evening Ald.*  Kirkwood occupied the chair. Messrs.  Madden, Nelson and Greenwood weri��  present as a committee from the  Licensed Victuallers' Association and  presedted a resolution from that body  urging that if any change were made  in the Liquor License By-law that the  license for hotels should be 5250 per  nnum and for saloons   S350.    The by  law will be furthered considered at the  next  sitting of the  council.     A rate  by-law was passed.    The ordinary rate  this year  will  be 12  mills  with one-  ��� sixth  off  if  paid   before Nov. 1st, and  J the special rate for interest and  sink  j ing fund is 11 mills.  I     Mrs. James Mathot and little girl left  j on Thursday on a   visit   to   friends  in  I Spokane and Co.vilie.    Mr. Mathot accompanied them to SpoKane,

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