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Array ^M^t^*K^sraXi^3^^^S&3sii^��.t.n.  MMBJsuaifieaeR��ara��_,  M'j^-P--if��fe*i��Wfnr*��jBn:  /%.  ��� fK  1(  ?  A  ^3>  -^  Ufe'-'-v^/kd  3..    �����  *S  S  (-    NOV 39 2904      *"  v ^ ��� -    4*'  -I  V^ORiA)��  G-^  Vol. 9.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25 l%4.  No. 13  THE FO UN DAT I ON OF COMFORT  ''   'COMMENCE. AT   THE. BOTTOM.    See  tliat your  'feet are warm and comfortable.   -;If you  can secure  "style and elegance at   the same time   you;y*/iil  gain,  another great point.    Don't ;forget the children going..  to school.    "Dry Fut"  shoes  are invaluable foi* boys."  ���*                                                  -  Ger,Hcmenr   ^s^ *�� see ^e Box Calf which we are making- a    *'. nn  '        '" '   specialty of; at..;......... ;   ......      .........;..............:.....   $T.(/U  McCready's Velour Calf bals���a well made, pop-  ' ^ _, _   "  ular and serviceable shoe for all occasions at....,".   $O-.0U  Specials t ^ fewbdd-lines of high c'ass and high priced  " '  goods which  we are  offering at  about half  price; -��� LOOK THEM OVER.  LadicS   *        We can now offer iyoui an  excellent line of Box   ^_ -jc  ���        '        Calf walking shoes at;......... ��� ������.���....���.���.'..< .:..*.....    $2.75  A.fine, high class walking  shoe,  Military heel,    u, , ���'>  extension sole, latest style, for................. ...v...  $4.00  ' TJell's highest grade,   extension   sole,   walking   <*j  r'n  shoe, fine kid upper, Military heel...........    ...   .......   $4.50  Misses*  Good values in Box  Calf and Vici Kid.  Special spr'ng heel,  everyday shoe*  at:   $2.00  Boys'  Heavy'*,,.Grain shoes at  St.50 Better graees at  $2.00 .and $2.50. Examine the "Dry Flit"  line. "'���.'���;:.;  Childrens'  A'complete assortment  of sizes from the "Nursery" and "Soft Sole"  lines up.  'Rubbers:-and Overshoes  Select your Rubber goods here. We have no hesitation in saying that we  can fit and please you. Our.stock this season' is very large. The goods  are all new and our prices'will speak for themselves;  :  ^UlUUUUUItUIUUiUtni!UUiOUiU!UUtlwUMUiUUUUiUi!��  1       Men's  3 r!*  i 4)  WE WANT XQUR BUSINESS  During the last year we have been the  cause of knocking this old time 75 to  100 per cent on goods arid thereby' in- .  creased our :bu.si^e,i^s fifty per ceritJ  If you have never! found this out one  look will convince you that our goods  are  the  best * and prices the cheapest.  RusselMaw^Caulfleld Co. Ltd.  0!  5!  ����������!  ���JP1  I Hardware |  ^iiiiuuiUHiuuiuuuiumiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiauiiumutuaitK  1 Results Tell!I  3 It is when you get the returns that you are able to ^  ':-~Z '\ size up how-you! come out both sr  ���>53'"''���        :'..- ������;���' ���' *     cr  Ilti Election Returns 1  ,.:~3 arid 'the* spending of your money. Talk does not s~  S3 figure.much. The delivery of .goods is what counts j~  1 Make a test case of it ��  -2S Try our.lines of Men's Underwear on sale now at ����|  ****3 rock bottom prices. We will guarantee there S~  z& never has been better values offered in the history 2��  ~j of the.country: for the same money.    Try them. �����  I It will not be disputed 1  _-^>.       , ... ��~  -^3 once you have tried them. ^  ~Z *     .-.-..,   ;���.-.-"��� Signed ��~  | Mendell S�� Co. j  British Columbia Joins With Nova Scotia In Sending a Solid Delegation of Lib-  . '.. erals to Ottawa to Support Sir Wilfrid Laurier���Galliher Wins by a Big  Majority-Contest in Yale-Cariboo is Close But Ross is Elected  by About 200.  British Columbia will send a solid seven to support Sir Wilfrid Laurier. ��� Last Tuesday's elections decided that.    W. A. Galliher easily defeated his opponent, Hon. C. H. Mcintosh, his majority  ���being over 700, and in Yale-Cariboo Duncan Ross is elected by about 200 of a majoritv over his oppo-.  nent, Martin Burrell.     In Kootenay Mr.  Baker,   the Socialist candidate, loses his deposit and Mr.  Mills was equally unfortunate in Yale-Cariboo. ~  i The vote throughout the great .riding of Yale-Cariboo was small, nearly 1000 less than-it would  'have been had every elector resident in the district taken the trouble to go to the polls. The Liberals  lost most heavily on this account. Many took it for granted that the election of Mr. Ross was au  .absolute'certainty and that it was not necessary for them to go to the polls. ��� The Liberal vote is 700  'short of the returns sent in by Liberal workers a short time before the election and Mr. Burrell's vote  falls short by about 100. Mr. Mills too secured 100 votes less than the Liberal committee conceded  jhim. This shortage in the vote was general but was particularly noticeable in the more populous,  centre. There were some surprises too. Conservative strongholds went Liberal and Liberal strongholds gave Conservative majorities.  The returns are all in save a few-points in Similkameen and'Chilcotin. Similkameen points  will give Liberal majorities. The vote in Chilcotin is small but will probably give Mr. Burrell 20 of  a majority. The vote to be accounted-for is about the present Liberal majority. In any event Mr.  Ross'majority will be 200 and may exceed that number.  Below are the returns received to date ������-  GREENWOOD   RIDING.     ���  Ross Burrell   ���...   30 17  32 28  11 6  .18 .      5  7 3  8 3  126         78  Eholt  ..........  Midway   Boundary Falls...  Deadwood ..:...........  Oro Denoro   Rock Creek   Greenwood   Total. 232       140  GRAND FORKS RIDING.  Grand Forks......... 134       193  Ehbenixt:.h:^;:;y ^" *4*r-::':'*:: - 53y-  Cascade'..'...........*.     14 - 8   *  Carson :..;.;.:.. -.    ��� & -.,    16   ;  Bannock:      5     ... '.2  Total  199       262  Alexandria ...........  Soda Creek ............  ISO Mile House......  Quesnelle Forks ..  Bullion- ^-���������������������v"���  Horsie:FJj-'.::-.:::v.-..C.i.-  Keithie'y ..Creek.....:  Riskie Creek   AlexisT Creeky v^^J'  Beaver   Hanceville   CARIBOO RIDING;  26  23  23  13  12  10 -  1  Barkerville    39  Stanley:...:..:..^........   31  Quesnelle     23  ���4  3  31  2  "'.'S'  ���8-  ". V  Total  147       127  WHOOET RIDING.  Clinton  13  83-Mile House ...-6  Bonaparte  10  Lac I<a Hache  9  Lillooet  20  Fraser River  4  Big Bar  5  134-Mile House  6  Pavilion  7  Empire Valley   Dog- Creek   Alkali Lake   Ample Mine ......... -2  Total  82  .29  . .7  13  6  23  6  11  7  112  YALE RIDING.  Camp 16  7  North Bend  IS  Hope  8  Keefer i*  2  Lytton  18  Spence's Bridge .. 11  Ashcroft  39  Cache Creek  6  Lower Nicola ......... 17;  Coutlee  10  Nicola Lake ;;.. 22  Spuzzum   Aspen Grove  10  Thynnes Ranch....  Mamette Lake  9  Coldwater    5  8  0  26  9  28  11  8  7  11  Total    179 127  KAMI.OOPS  RIDING.  North River ..,    12 9  Savona.      13 11  Kamloops City.. .. 204 207  Stump Li ne      10 8  Quilchenn      18 6  Salmon A/m ....    40 20  Kanlt ....       16 15  Mills  12  3  27   ;  10  l  116  180 *���'  41  116-  6  '   0  P  163  5  ' 2  0  0  0  ';���; ��  0  '���'��� P.  :"*.-;-*'6..-;  3  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  3  1  0  0  0  0  3  1  0  o  0  0  0  0  0  1  14  0  0  1  1  Shuswap      S  Sicamous      2  Tappen      7  Griffin Lake...   Notch Hill.-..:   Campbell Creek...  Thompson R., w s  Grand Prairie.......  Louis Creek .    Monte Creek   Malakwa   Glenemma   6  16  6  12  8  10  21  7  11 maj.  IS  4  4  4  11  2  9  21  8  32  3  Total  ..:...... 424..-.:.  .389  OKANAGON RIDING.  2-k:  Penticton............^..; - '.'���. 1 maj.  Summerland....:..... 22        19     r"  Peachlahd ;... 20 maj.  West Bank......:..:...     2 4  Kelowna..  SS .36  Benvoulin  21 40  Commonage..'      -'.��� 18  ���''     4'  Vernon  140       127  Lumby  36        22  Mabel Lake......  18 5    ._  Cherry Creek.  11       - 0  Salmon River      2 maj. ,  Okanagpn   Armstrong  84       112  Enderby       34        40  Mara       6 maj.  Deep Creek ~-r-r-T^79m;-5^^  Hull Car      1 maj.  Canoe Creek      1  Silver Creek      7  Okan agon mission 12  Total .'.���...! 48S  SIMILKAMEEN    RIDING.  Beaverdell..   15 2  Westbridge.:.      7  Rock Creek  16  Sidley Mountain.. 27  Camp McKinney.. ,  Okanagon Falls....  Fairview  20  White Lake ..:  Voigt's Camp   Keremeos   Hedley   :...  Nickle Plate   Princeton .       Granite Creek   Tulau-een   Otter Flat   Total  85        50  RECAPITULATION.  11  ,   0  13  459  4  12  S  4 maj.  23  S  4  1  0  10  1  ..0  1  5  11  -10  0  0  1  49  ' 2  1  9  2  20  Cariboo ..........  Lillpoet.......;   Yale :.....;  Kamloops   ; Okanagon   Similkameen..   .  Greenwood   Grand Forks   Ross Burrell Mills  .... 147 127* 8  ....82 112.  ���*.     3  ... 179- 127 5*-  .'.;. 424 389"        24   ���  ...485 459 49  ....   85 SO 20  ... 232 140 180  ... 199 262 163  Total 1833     1666  452  Nelson, B. C, Nov. 22���Thanks  Duncan, good old boy yourself.     GALLIHER.  Montreal, Que., Nov. 24���Accept  congratulations, celebrating here.  When will you be down here.  BOB JACOBS.  now stand as tightly by your tack  Neer claw your lug- an ftdge your back  an hum an. haw but raise your arm aad  tell your tack before them a'.  A. E. HOWSE.  Kamloops, B. C, Nov. 23.���Shake  hands across the mountains.1 What's  the matter with Kamloops ?  CHAS. S. STEVENS'.'  Nicola Lake,  B.  C, Nov. 23.���In  gathering  votes  vou  were   no. slack,  Rossland, B.C., Nov. -22.--My  heart is with you old man and' I know  ���yoa will win.    ���..-'::--���.:������������:���.:.,������������'. :*^,---  r: w. ghrigor!,  Rossland,  look a good  gratulations.  B.   C,  winner.  Nov.   22.-  Sincerest  -You  con-  SMITH CURTIS.  New Westminster, b*."C, Nov. 22���  It looks mighty close but will take a  chance and congratulate you.  R. JARDINE.  Fernie, B.C, Nov.; 23��� Congratulations.   Long live the solid seven. ��� ..," ���  L- P. ECKSTEIN.  Kamloops, B. C, Nov. 23��� Bottle of  wine-with us, one-with-you-here^^"--=-^:  JOE McCRUM.  Ottawa, Ont., Nov.  24.���Shake old  man, good people are scarce.  R. G. MacPHERSON.  Revelstoke, B. C, Nov. 24���Congratulations on splendid victory you  won for Jibsralism triumphant.  E. A. HAGGEN.  Nanaimo, B. C, Nov. 24'.���Hurrah  for B. C. Hearty congratulations ou  your victory.  WM. SLOAN.  Nanaimo, B. C, Nov. 24.���Congratu  lations to you and supporters. Always  take the high road.  W. W. B. McINNES.  Grand Forks, Nov. 24.���Congratulations, you're it.  P. McCALLUM.  Victoria, B. C. Nov.' 25.���Hearty  congratulations, would like tp see you  here next Friday.  W. TEMPLEMAN.  ..Ashcroft, B. C, Nov. 25^-Allow  me to congratulate you, on "victory  under difficult circumstances. Liberals  took too much for granted, otherwise  majority over thousand.  STUART HENDERSON.  Rossland, B.C.. Nov. 25.--Duncan  Ross cam-here to woo ha, ha, the woo'  in o'-t o 'ye'-n tak the high road and  I'll tak the low road an.ye'll be in  Ottawa afore me, but you aud our true  loves will never meet again on the  Bannie. Bonnie Banks o' Loch Lomon.  R W GRIGOR  Sleighs for boys, girls, and babies at  Smith & McRae's,  / BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES.  ���00<KX><X><X><>00000000<>000<>0<>0  SCISSORS  and<PAS7EPOT  ���000<>CK>000<><>000<KK><><>0<>000��0  Montreal, Nov. 19.���Nominations  for the provincial electioni took place  yesterday. Thirty-five liberals were  elected by acclamation, and one conservative���Hon.* P. E- Leblanc, in  Laval. In eight other constituencies  there is a straight partv fight and in 14,  others there is a fight on between Liberal candidates. Of the remaining 16  seats, in two the elections will not be  held until later, and in the other 14  there is a medley . of candidates���liberals, independents, conservatives,  nationalists andlabor men. In -Lot-  biniere, there are four liberals and a  conservative in the field,v.nd in Quebec  West, four liberals and a conservative.  Altogether there are 14 conservative  candidates seeking election. All the  ministers, with the exception of Hon..  Dr. Guenn, are returned by acclamation. The real struggle is between  Paxent and anti-Parent forces Those  opposed to Premier Parent declare that  when the results are all in they will  have sufficieat strength to compel the  premier to retire, and will bring thio  about if necessary by coalition with  the conservatives. A warm time is  expected when the legislature meets.  When the assets of the United Canneries company were sold at public  auction this morning to Mr. O. M.  Malcolm for the sum of $119,500, the  shareholders in the concern found their  financial wings clipped to the extent  of between $175,000 and $185,000, according to a statement made by one of  the shareholders who was in attendance at the sale. There were but two  bids made in response to the queries of  the auctioneer Mr. A.M. Beattle. The  first was for $50,000 by Mr. Frank Burnett, sr., and the second by Mr. Malcolm to whom the property was knocked .down. Half, an hour was taken up  in reading a voluminous description of  tjie properties involved in the sale, but  the actual disposition of the assets  occupied but two minutes. The prop  erties.on the block were the English  Bay, Gulf of Georgia and Scottish-  Canadian salmon canneries, stocks,  plants, etc. The first-mentioned is  situated on English Bay, and the last  two on the Fraser river at and below  Steveston respectively. ' When ' the  United Canneries company took over  the three canneries mentioned in 1900  their individual values were rated as  follows:. English Bay, $45,000; Gulf of  Georgia, $60,000, and Scottish-Canadian,..$80,000..     ' '  '���������������>������        JOKES AND JESTS.  The story is told of some Scotchmen  who were dining together,  and  after  , the usual toasts, songs were proposed.  ' After all but a Dr. Macdonald had thus  contributed   to the entertainment, he  was pressed to sing, but declined.  f^-MCome, come,~Dr.-Macdonaldj!'-^said  the   chairman,   l,we   cannot let  you  escape."  The doctor protested he could not  sing. "As a matter of fact," he explained, "my voice is altogether unmusical, and resembles the sound  .caused .by the act of rubbing a brick  along the panels of a door."  The company attributed this to the  doctor's modesty. Good singers, he  was reminded, always needed a lot of  pressing.  "Very well," said the doctor, "if you  can stand it I will sing."  Long before he had finished, his  audience was uneasy. There was a  painful silence as the doctor sat down  broken at length by.the voice of abraw  Scot at the end of the table.  "Mon," he exclaimed, "yoursingin's  no' up to much, but your veracity's just  awfu'l   Ye're richt aboot that brick."  CLASSIFIED LOCALS  You are invited to inspect our new  Xinas stock���not to purchase���but  simply to examine our goods and  prices. You can save money. But  don't take our word for it, come and  see for yourself.���Smith & McRae.  Xmas goods arriving fast. Look out  for our announcement next week.���  Coles & Frith.  ' Sej our new line of Souvenir Postal  Cards���10 different subjects���everyone  a picture.���Smith & McRae.  Now is your time to make a selection  of a lot or two on which to build yourself a happy home. Prices and terms  will be right.���Apply to Ralph Smailes  agent for the Greenwood Townsite Co  rLB.K.  SHIRT  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort.  Has more rnaterial in.it than  any other brand of shirt in  Canada. Made on the  H B.K. scale' it requires 39^  to 42 yards per dozen, whereas  common shirts have only 32  to 33 yards.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE. yV  "Boston," -'St. Louis" and "Toronto" Mineral  Claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining-  Division of Yale District. Where located:  On Cranberry creek.  TAKE NOTICE that t. A. E. Ashcroft, acting as agent for John N. Greden, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B80547, intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements  foi the purpose of obtaining-a Crown Grant of  the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of October, A. D'.,'��04,  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  Monettlii  RAILWAY.  The only all rail route between points east  west and sonth to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane'and North-  port.  Effective June 14th, 1903.  That's the reason why the  H.B.K. "Big" Shirt never  chafes the armpits,- is never  tight at the neck or wristbands', is always loose, full  and comfortable and wears  well.  Each shirt bears a tiny book  that tells the whole history  of the "Big" Shirt, and  also contains a notarial  declaration that the H.B.K.  " Big" Shirt contains 39^  to 42 yards of material per  dozen.  Sold at"all dealers but only  with this brand:���  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal        Winnipeg  iren.vwnM��� �����lllllllllllnwW]WIFlHMlrV>'Hr  Dawson  l  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Barnato" and "BarnatoJFractional" Mineral  claims,.^situate  irrLhe:_(ireenwood.;Miniiig���  ""Division of YaleDistrict.   Where located:  Horseshoe Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Victor R. Swan-  son and Samuel T. Larson, Free Miner's  Certificate Nos. B80579 and B80320, intend,  sixty days from the'date hereof, to apply to  the Mining- Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining- crown  grants ofthe above claims.  And  further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of September, A. D.. 1904.  VICTOR R. SWANSON.  SAMUEL T. LARSEN.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate ol Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Surprise No. 3" Mineral Claim, situate In the  Greenwood Min'mir Division of Yale District.    W here located: In &kylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I. F. W. Groves, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 72155 intend," sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining- Recorder for a Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant to the above claim.  And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of October, 1904  F. W. GROVES.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO Robert Henry Bergman and Frederic W.  McLaine, or to anv persons to whom they  may have transfered their respective interests in the "Last Chance" and "New Oro  Fino" Mineral Claims, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yal.: District.  YOU are hereby notified that I have ex-  oended the sum of $133.33 (one hundred  and thirty three dollars and thirty three cents)  for assessment work on above mentioned  claims, such being required and necessary to  hold the same for the year ending 21st June,  1904, under the provisions of the Mineral Act  and Amending Acts, and if at tne expiration of  ninety days from the date of the first publication of this notice in the "Boundary Creek  Times" you fail or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expenditure namely $25.00 due  by you RobertHenry Bergman" and $20.41 due  by you Erederic W. McLaine, together with all  costs of advertising, your interests in said  mineral claims shall become vested in me  (yonrco-ownerfupon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act 1900."  Dated this 7th day of November, 1904.  MARIAN ATWOOD.  Last issue Feb. 7.  Leave  .8:45 a. m.  10:40 a. m.  7:20 a. m.  10:35 a. m.  8:30 a. m.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  Grand Forks  Republic  Arrive  6:15 p. m.  4:35 p. m.  7:20 p. m.'  4:00 p. m  6:15 p. m.  In Connection With  GREAT  NORTHERS  RAILWAY  TICKETS All To POINTS  SHORT LINE TO'  ST. PAUL,, DULUTH, MINNEAPOLIS, CHICAGO and ALI TOINTS  BAST. SEATTLE, TACOM-A VICTORIA, PORTLAND and all tAClFIC  COAST POINTS.       .  Throug-h Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and  Buffet Smoking Library  car.  2 Fast Trains Daiiy 2  For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  G. F. & P. A., C. P. & T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  CANADIAN  ..RAILWAY...  Lowest Rates  Best Time  Toronto,     Montreal,    New-  York,     Martime Provinces,  New iOngland.  WEST  Vancouver, Victoria,  Seattle,     California Points.  Unequalled    Passenger   Service,  sleepers, tourist, couches, dining  cars.  Tourist  Sleeping Service :  WrCT Leaves Revelstoke daily for  M LtJ 1   Seattle and Vancouver.  FACT Lv. Dunmore Jet. for St. Paul  J-������Jl daily. Toronto, Wed., Sun.;  Montreal, Monday, Boston, Friday.  For rates. Folders and Tickets apply  to local agents.  E. J.' COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A. Vancouver D.P.A.Nelson.  Make your selection of town lots.  The best of them are going at rock  bottom prices. Ralph Smailes, agent  Greenwood Townsite Co.  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the  Northwest  Territories   and   the   Yukon  Territory.  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and $20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  - Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free ^miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate' is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  perannu.m for.an individual, and from  $50 to $100.per annum for a company,,  according to-capital.  A''free miner, having discovered coal,  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking-out'the same with two  legal post3. bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is $5 00.  . At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended or paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  mav, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the , other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  Permission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims containing iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area notexceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent. .  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench'the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  (diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or'bank, but not exceeding  1000, feet.; ��� .Where.steam power is used,  "claims 200 feet wide may be obtained.  .Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. Ti, excepting'the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the:discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  mav dredge to high water marl- on  each alternate leasehold.  ���-The ltssee shall have a dredge in  operation within one season from, the  date-of the lease for each five miles,  but inhere a person or company has  obtained more than .one lease, one  .dredgef or.each-fifteen.miles--:or-^fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per an,-  num for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the' output-after it  exceeds $10,000.  -; Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six le'ases of five miles each may be  granted to a free minerfor a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The'lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the river  below, low.water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within-.two yeats-from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date Rental $100 per*. mile for  first year J [and $10 per "mite for each  subsequent'year. Royalty, same as  placer mining.  Placer.mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river- and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general direclion of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  SOUP''  Ciaimes, are marked hy two legal  posts, one at each-end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining, recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or frattion.    . V  The person or ."company, staking a  claim must hold a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.'���'.  Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half per cent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon'territory to be paid to the Com-  dtroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on eicfa  seperate river, creek or gulch, but-the  same miner may hold any number; -of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and paying fee of $2.  A claim may be abandoned, and another obtained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and open to occupation, and en-,  try by a free miner. ;  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having, a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-:  west Territories and within the. Yukon-  Territory are open to prospecting'foi"  petroleum, and the minister mayre-  serve for an individual or 'company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640 acres Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery,- an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be sold to the discoverer at the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at su3h rate -as may be specified by  order-in-council.  ���JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior, Ottawa.  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  >..-v'..:.w-.:-j*ew-ei.^ER.*.;. .n.i.-,;  All work guaranteed' GREENWOOD. *  THE  Luxury  of a  BATH...  1  IN REACH 0�� EVERYONE.    ���!  S-^Li^^i^defful^^OHO-,  WATER HEATER,  the latest  invention, at  Hunter-Kendrick Co.,  LIMITED.  Sole Agents,  Greefiwood, B.- C  notice;  Application For Transfer Liauor  ���License-.   ���'.���-���;;    ;"  Notice is hereby given that thirty  days after date I will apply to the  Board of Licensing..Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, for a transfer  of Liquor License held by me for .'.the  Clarendon Hotel, Copper St. situate on  Lots 13 and .14, _ in; Block 12,{City of  Greenwood, to Bruce Cradoock' an*i R.  A. Nicholson.  JULIUS EHRLICH,  Dated at Greenwood. B. C, this 14th  dry of November, 1904. .:..-  STAKBARB  BATH TUBS  +*Xm>  ~XX AND \XXX'  LAVATORIES  B.  W.  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IN WESTERN-CANADA   *  Send for special illustrated  sheets of 18 new designs from  ��� ���-��    lv  00  eacb  J.G.LANG  -PROVINCIAL-  ASSAYER  Specialties:   Checking   Smelter . Returns, "'���' Concentration,   Cyanide    and  Amalgamation Tests.  !     .   GREENWOOD, , :    :    B. C.  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn, Prop.  Try Our New Massage  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Street.       -     Greenwood, B.C,  OOO<*K><XK>0OO0O<XK>0OOO0O0O<K>  L TUNNEL,  I       ANB ST OPE  00000<*K>000000<>00<>0<>0<>0000<>  A new air compressor is to   be  in  stalled on the Brooklyn at once.  The Silver cloud has shipped a car  of second class ore and eight tons of  first class.  The Rawhide will be sending out 300  tons of ore daily early in December.  Manager Rae who has just completed a road into the Betts and Hesperus  reports that development work will be  carried oh vigorously on his property  all winter.  Wi}h the price of copper at the ISs  mark the big mines of Lthe Boundary  see some good profits in their business.  Arrangements are -quietly being  made for extensive developments on  the Gold Bug.  The Skylark bondholders think they  have acquired a wonderful property.  The ore they are shipping confirms it.  A local syndicate has been formed to  work the Coronation. The late find on  the Provide.nce has stimulated development thereon.  BOUNDARY ORE SHIPMENTS.  :*.���'..-'��� Tons  1900 Total'..:  99 730  1901 " ;...  389 000  1902 ".     ..'  507 811  1903 ���'  682 541  SHIPMENTS FOR 1904 TO NOV. 19  Tons  Reliance........ r..;r. ......:... 33  Brey- Fogle ..!..!'...:  222  E. P. U. ........ '.  ������ 246  Sunset  1 263  Elkhorn       ......... '305  No   37........ ......:.......  364  Providence  661  Mountain Rose  1 486  Senator ���.*.. 2 665  Athelstan-Jackpot       4 556  Brnoklyn-Stemwinder.. >.... 13 643  Oro Denoro.   15 125  Emma  .1...  3 5347  Mother Lode  162 244  Granby :.... 485 510  Miscellaneous  1 000  Total  725 270  CURRENCY.  Returning travellers f'otn the Bultt-  ley Valley report that section the scene  of quite a mining excitement. The  people from Hazleton and other points  are stampeding into the district.  Tracklaying.proceeds vigorously and  expeditiously on the Great Northern  into Phoenix, and little doubt remains  that early in January the trains will  be running into Phoenix.  The senatorial chair looks good to  the people of our neighboring state  and several of the big ones are trying  to climb into it. At present Foster,  Sweeney, Campbell, Wilson and Piles  are trying to reach its soft cushion.  The Toronto Mail and Empire of the  14th inst. has on its first page a picture  of Hon. R. F. Green, M. P.,P., British  Columbia Minister of Mines.  Those Montana reports that the Canadian Pacific was planning to build to  San Francisco would appear to be  dreams. The Canadian Pacific has  things to do av.hoine and we think will  attend thereto before going to far into  the American republic.  The flood of American settlers pouring into Canada continues unabated.  They are a class of well-to-do people  who are intent on one thing only the  betterment of their conditions.  Fourteen lives were lost by the Mor-  risey coal mines accident last Friday.  Two Russian torpedo boats which  left Port Arthur recently are supposed  to have fallen' victims to Jap-.inese  watchfulness.  From newspaper reports it looks as  if Hon. Mr. Aylesworth was more  anxious to get back to law than tu  parliament.  Col. Hay remains Roosevelt's great  secretary of state and after March 4th  next Cortelyou will be taken into the  cabinet..    '  The Dominion parliament has been  summoned to meet on January 11th  next.   Late reports credit the Japs with  having sunk five Russian battleships  in Pprt Arthur,  In Tlie Supreme Court of British  ia.  ( Law J  ���{ Stamps >  I   S1.3C    I  IN THE MATTER ofthe Municipal Clauses Act  and Amending Acts and  IN THE MATTER of the City of Greenwood  Real-Estate Tax Sale Bylaw 1904  IN CHAMBERS  Before the Chief Justice  The 25th day of October, 1004.  ORDER  UPON hearing Mr. Gray of Counsel for (.lie  the Corporation of the City of GFtcn-  wood and upon reading tlie alllilavft of Gcorire  B. Taylor, filed herein the 24th dav of October,  M04.  IT IS ORDERED that service of the Notice  of Tax Sale, required by the provisions of the  said City of Greenwood Real Estate Tax Sale  Bylaw 1904, by sending a copy of said notice  by prepaid registered oost to the last known  address of C. F. Alston; Laura Ward; Tcna  Branson; Mary Allies Cornwall: W. A. Cor-  bett; R. F Coates; Louis Ernst; Corriene  Castlebar; J. ]$. Cameron; R. I'\ Coates; J. A.  Cameron; Alexander Cameron; IJ. C.  Davis;   Munroe;   Ellwood   C.   Brown; Lena   O.  Cortes; Minnie Cameron; J. H. Wallace; Walter L. D'Eath; H. R. Elliott; R. Davidson;  Adolpli Fisher; Sarah Dearintr; Fred Fischer;  Alexander Fraser; Harry A. Guess: Jane  Galloway; J. H. tleudricfcsou; A. B. Hart;  Olivia Hart; John Keouyh; Attwood Kenno-li;  J. W. Keoiitfh; Delarin A. Holbrook; D. M.  Linnard; Georg-e *W. Richardson; Walter J.  Lemon; Bernard Croft Murray; Edward Nash;  William H. Asquith; James McMalion; Fred  Munn; F. F. McDowell; ThomasF.McDowell;  Mrs. W. D. Palmer: Annie Jane Palmer; Das-  cow Holbrook; Earl Smith; Daniel Sheehan;  V. C. Younerhusband; James E. Hoy; Angus  Nicholson; Jamas L. Steele; William Perry  Smith; Ronald Harris; A. A, Barnett; William Galbraith; Henry C. Keedy; Hugh McKay and Laura Shonquest, respectively, shall  be a good and sufficient service of said Notice  of Tax Saleudon said persons.  .AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of tlie Notice of Tax Sale, required by  the Provisions of the said City of Greenwood  Real Estate Tax Sale Bylaw 1904, by sending-  a copy of said Notice by prepaid registered  mail to Francis J. Finucane addressed to Spokane, Washington, United States of America,  shall be a (rood and sufficient service of sa-d  Notice of Tax Sale upon the estates of R. E. L.  Brown, deceased, and E. A. Bielenberg-, res-  pectivelv.  AND 'IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax Sale required by  the provisions of said Cit3r of Greenwood Real  Estafe Tax Sale Bylaw 1904, by personally  serving-a copy of said Notice upon I. H. Hallett  ofthe City of Greenwood, British Columbia,  shall be a good and sufficient service of said  Notice of Tax Sale upon F. B. Smith and upon  the estate of Annie Larkins deceased.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax Sale required by  the provisions of said City of Greenwood Real  Estate Tax Sale Bylaw 1904, by personally  serving a copy of said Notice upon James N,  Paton of the City of Greenwood, British Columbia, shall be a good and sufficient service of  said No* ice of Tax Sale upon the estate of  William B, Paton. deceased.  AND IT IS FURTH ER ORDERED that  service of the Notice of Tax Sale, required by  the provisions of said City of Greenwood Real  Estate Tax Sale Bylaw, 190.4, by sending- a copy  of said Notice by prepaid registered mail addressed to John Ray Miller, Colman, Alberta,  shall be a good and sufficient service of said  Notice of Tax Sale upon the estate of Thomas  Miller, deceased.  AND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  service of the Notice ot Tax Sale required by  the provisions of said City of Greenwood Real  Estate Tax Sale Bylaw,1904, by sending a copy*  of said Notice by prepaid registered mail addressed to The California Wine Company,  Limited, Nelson, British Columbia, shall be a  good and sufficient service of said Notice of  Tax Sale upon the said California  Wine Com-  PAND IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  this order shall be published foi at least four  weeks, pripr to said sale under said Tax Sale  Bylaw, in the Boundary Creek Times, a weekly  newspaper published in said City of Greenwood! '  Da*.ed the 25th day of October, 1904.  1   Greenwood,   1 . HUNTER.  1 Oct, 27, 1904  }- C. J,   .  I    Registry.     1 '  Entered October 27th, 1904.  W. G.'M. "  R.  NOTICE-  NOTICE is hereby given that all creditors  and persons haviuef claims against tlie estate  of the late Adolphus Ferguson, who died on the  9tli September last, 1904, are required on or before the 31st December, 1904, to file a statement  giving full particulars of their claims duly  verified, the statement of their account and the  value of their securities (if ati3-) heid by them,  . And further take notice that after such last  mentioned date the Administrator will proceed  to distribute the assets of the said deceased  amongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only-to thedaims of which iie-theii shall  have notice and that the said Administrator  will not be liable for the said assets or any part  thereof to auv person or persons of whose  claims notice shall not have bean received by  him at the time of such distribution.  Dated this 14th day of October, 1904.  -    T. H. PATERSON, Greenwood.  Administrator of theestateof the late Adolphus  Ferguson, deceased.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ".Bay'' Fractional Mineral Claim, situate in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District. Wliere located: In Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Henry Fuller, Free  ��� Miner's certificate No. B80S86, acting for  sell and as agent for David Manchester, Free  Miner's certiiicate No. 1580598, aud Frederick  Hall, Froe-Miner's certificate No. B80SS", iu-  tend,8ixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining recorder for a certificateof Improvements, foi the pi'rpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of tha above claim.  And further lake notice  that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August A. D��� 1904,  HENRY FULLER.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  "StrathmoTc," "Callao, and "Nelson" Mineral  Claims   situate iu the GCeeniyood   Mining-  Divislo of*Yale District.     Where located:  In Providence Camp, near to the Defiance  ���mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Elizabeth Galloway,  of Greenwood aforesaid,Free Miner's Certificate  No.B8575(>, intend.sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to iheMining Recorder for 11 Ccrtifi-  cate of linproviments. for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants ou the above claims.  And further take notice that   action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated  this 16th day of September, A.D. 1904.  EDIZABETH  GALLOWAY.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  'Paymaster-" Mineral   Claim,   situate   in  Greenwood Mining  Division  of  Yale  trict.     Where located:  West Fork Kettle River.  the  Dis-  Near  Beaverdell.  '"PAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, Free  J_ Miner's Certificate No. B.85415. intend,  sixtv davs from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above i-laim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 3?. must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st day of August. A. D.. 1''04.  ROBERT WOOD.  ? Mines  ��4* ���*��� ir ir ir ir ���*��� & ir * ���*��� * ���$��� ��8�� ir 4�� 4* 4"^*^4"4*4"i'->?  **   nrni ni/ lllfrnviiriiin       n rr r% ��� i n, m rt l\       *I��  9*.  Stocks  i The  Phoenix Fire As.sur-i  ance Co. of London, Eng-.  ] Liverpool and London and ���  > Globe Insurance Company. ���  j The British   America  As- j  | surance Co.,  of Toronto.  The Caandian Birkbeck i  ! Iti-vestment and Savings'  i Co.  �����***  Estate  GEORGE    R.   NADEN       -:-       MANAGER  tf* <M, tX kJ#A *& JL <A�� ��X< ��f* *f* ��*J�� ���%�� *J�� A  jg^mmmmifflfflmfflffifflffl  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <F*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ee  ank of Montreal.  Capital, ail paid up. $14,000,000.  Rest.  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. George A. Drummond.  General Manager:    E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng,  I   All The Principal   I  I. Cities    in    Canada. (  New York, Chicago.  Grant Commercial an  Buy and sell Sterling- Exchang-e and Cable Transfers :  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof the world.  L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  Greenwood Branch,  TimMMMMMmmmmmmMMmmmMi  m  THE CANADIAN RANK OF COMMERCE  With Which is Amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital ���.'.'....: *.. $ 8,700,000  Rest  3,000,0o0  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over  83,000,000  London Office. ���     ���    * Wm. Cray      J ,���.fc  60 Lombard St. E. C. New York Agency     �� b. Walker I ABeDts-  10 EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition the Bank lias 107 brauqlies'and ag-encies In Canada and the United  States,]  including tlie following-in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. ���  GREENWOOD, NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  iKAMLOOPS, NELSON, VICTORIA,  LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE,  ATLIN,  CRANBROOK  DAWSON,  FERNIE.  Branches In the United States:  new york;    san francisco. ;   Portland,    Seattle,    skagway  Deposits received,  excliang-e bought   and sold and every description of   banking-  business transacted-  GREENWOOD  BRANCH,  W. ALLISON, Manager.  m  THE HIGHEST I   WARD  AND  GOLD  MEDAL  HAS BEEN GIVEN TO THE  ^AJ-,AiJA     1 6cl v��/0<  AT THE ST. LOUIS EXPOSITION.   i-A _ HI  Union  Meat Market.  ..Tollowing Shipments Jmt in..  and Salted  bickens �� and ^ Ducks  I. P. FLOOD,     Prop. BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  Boundary cMines in /904  have Mined about  700,005 Tons  all of which   has   been  treated at local smelters  EDITORAIL   PAGE  DUNCAN  ROSS,   ^MANAGING   EDITOR  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE   .      jc 3T X  $2.00 PER ANNUM IN ADVANCE.  The Times Job Printing  'Department  Is The Leader  For Neat, Clean and attractive Printing  A VALUABLE ASSET.  High grade raining is growing  in Greenwood. Less than a year  ago the Providence and Elkhorn.  were about the only properties  which could be included in this  class. Today at least one dozen  high grade mines are being worked and ore shipped therefrom,  This was particularly noticeable  during the past week when heavy  ' freight teams could be seen coming from different directions  hauling ore to the railway station. The advantages of this  class of mining to the city cannot  be overestimated. The employment of men living in the city,  the purchase of supplies, the payment of large sums for hauling  ore to the railway station and the  distribution of profits, in the majority of instances, to local men,  contribute much to the prosperity  of the city.  The most gratifying feature of  the industry is that there have  been no failures to record. Every  claim systematically worked has  yielded its treasure. Some, of  course, are more promising than  others but not a single claim has  been a complete disappointment.  High grade mining has done  much for Greenwood, but nothing  in comparison with what will be  done in the near future.  ELECTION NOTES.  IT'S A SOLID SEVEN.  Eholt .is  now    in    the   band  wagon.  Big Bill Galliher got just what  he deserved.  Kamloops broke the back of the  old time Tory majority.  The railway boys  didn't do  a  thing to the Kamloops Tories.  v    Armstrong was certainly one  jrf-tkejiurgrises,^  Ashcroft, the gateway of the  Cariboo, remained true to Liberalism.  Much was expected of Nicola  and Nicola did not disappoint the  Liberal party.  Will the Vernon News please  note the Liberal majority in  Ross' home district.  Nova Scotia and British Columbia shake! Fielding and  Templeman shake!  The Liberal who thought it  was a cinch and didn't take the  trouble to go to the polls must  have spent a few uncomfortable  days.  Good old Vernon! A majority  of thirteen for Liberalism there  is a tribute to the good sense of  the people and the splendid work  of the Liberal committee. Kel-  owna too did nobly.  Under the circumstances Grand  Forks did much better than could  reasonably be expected. The  boys worked hard in the gateway  city. Phoenix too shows a decided bent towards Liberalism.  The successful candidate feels  grateful to so many people that  it would be difficult to express his  gratitude individually. No man  could have more faithful workers  than the various committees.  This is particularly true of the  home Liberals who polled every  available vote on election day.  The advantages of a formal  canvas were not demonstrated on  election day. Mr. Burrell did not  visit Quesnelle Forks nor Grand  Prairie. Mr. Ross did and Mr.  Burrell got the votes. After all  Tories are Tories and Grits are  Grits and the majority follow  their political predictions.  ST. ANDREW'S NIGHT-  The annual meeting of the Greenwood St. Andrew Society was held at  the Itnperiel hotel last Wednesday evening, President H. C. Shaw in the  chair. Officers were elected for the  current year as follows: President,  Duncan Ross; Vice-president, Duncan  Mcintosh; Sec.-trejs., J. S. Birnie,  (re-elected); Solicitor, J. P. Myers-  Gray, (re-elected); and a committee, C.  Scott Galloway, W. Iy. C. Gordon and  Thos Patterson. It was decided to hold  an informal smoking concert next  Wednesday night, St. Andrew's night.  All Scotsmen and others who desire to  celebrate the anniversary can secure  .tickets���.and.-.details-of^-entertainment  from Messrs. Shaw,Galloway and Ross  who were appointed a committee to  make necessary arrangements. In  past years St. Andrew's night was  celebrated by a banquet in Greenwood  but the time is now too short to prepare  for a feast worthy of the great occa-  ��ion. The society decided, however,  not to allow the night to pass without  some mark of tribute to Scotland's  patron saint.  Salmon Arm can always be depended upon to roll up a substantial Liberal majority.  If there be any virtue in small  majorities, Yale-Cariboo did its  duty in this regard.  Greenwood provincial riding  piled up a magnificent majority  for the Liberal candidate.  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.1.0. 0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. ��. O. F. Hall.    A cordial invi tation is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  G. R. Naden, Fred B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  DR MATHISON    DENTIST  Opposite Post Office  GREENWOOD  -  -  B G  The  Drug  Store  NOT A "FAKE  MEDICINE" PROMOTER  Please understand our position. We handle  Patent Medicines, we do not promote or endorse them, contrary to the welfare of the  public or physician. We advise and urge  consultation with a good doctor in all cases of  sickness. Remember the old adage that "if  you doctor yourself, you have a fool for a  doctor.'' We also advise that every Prescription be filled at our drug store. Unquestionably this is the better practise.  WHITE BR@S.  Dispensing Chemist.  G-reenwood-  PR0FESSI0NAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Pubi-ic.  Cahie Address :      hallett."  Cooli,  J Bedford M'Neill's   Greenwood,  v-obbs  ���< Morein��� a Neal's ���  _  _  ( Leiber'I. B' ��m  1. B. HALLETT.  B. C. SHAW.  M��LEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J. R. Brown. J. P. McI��eoo.  A. ����� ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  (-lining and Engineering Surveys.  ��� Underground Work a Specialty.  7Vood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD, B. C  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendall Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW.  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    and    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;      ;      ;      ;    B.   O.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  RICHARD H. PARKINSON,  A. M- Can- Toe- C. E.  Surveyor and Civil Engineer.  Surveys on Kettle   River   and   West  Fork promptly attended to at regular  prices.  Address :   FAIRVIEW P.   O., B. C  f ...WINDSOR CAFE...!  I HARRY COUTTS. Proprietor 1  MEALS AT ALL  HOURS  NIGHT OR DAY  ��  9  9  9  ft  ��  *  ��  Dining Room  in the  Windsor  Hotel���Everything |  *  ��  ���  9  ft  ft.  a��ftfta����ft������e��ft������*ftft������������ftftft��*atf��0ft����ft9��^  First-Class.  EUROPEAN PLAN.  ^?N0S@R  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated.    Lighted   throughout   with electric lights.  ����a��������0��6����fta������a��a��eftft��������tf������ft*��ft��������rf*����������������*ft��  9  *       '  ;      9  For two days the electors of  Yale-Cariboo all appreciated the  necessity of a telephone line  through the Similkameen.  Martin Burrell and Ernest Mills  conducted a clean, gentlemanly  campaign. It is unfortunate that  there isn't enough seats to go  round.  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  *  9  9  ft  ft  ��  _ 9  $   that will not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all    ��  %   makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard    %  % makes. %  ft . .    . .. *  WHY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  IT FOR A NEW DROP HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY  The Singer leads and can be bought on  you  own  terms.    If  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  ft &  * T. H. Gniley & co.'s Furniture Store.       N.   H    LAMONT,  Agent.    ��  iftft*ft��*��9ftftftftftft��ftftftftftft����ft����0ft9ft����^��^����4H>99-999��9^0^94(f^  WeT offer^ s^^iar^iMucements to^travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells all others,    f  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK POR  I he Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  I ltiskeptondraught or inBottlesby  all theleading Hotel  tt#9999999��999999999999999999909a��99999999999999999999  |        Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. f  �� ��  �� *  �� ��  �� ��  9  ~ -.   -   -  ft  %  ��  -��� '  ���   ��  1   MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PTJR-  | CHASED   OR DEVELOPED.  INANGlALi MINING AGENTS I  ���������ftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftftft^ftftftft**^*^^^^^,,^^^,,^,; BOUNDAHY    CREEK   TIMES.  Having rented this space for two months, we intend clearing out our present stock,, consisting of  New and Second Hand Furniture and all household  articles at  Great Discount Prices For  Cash.  \  It will be to the interest of every citizen in town and country to  watch  this space: and  note the  prices we quote as they will compare favorable with the lowest of eastern prices,  Special Gash  Salei  Chiffoners, regular price $13.50  Sale Price $11-30  Chiffoners, with mirror $16.00  Sale Price $13.20  Bureaus, large size   $17.00  Sale Price $14.10  Centre Tables  $2.50  Sale Pride  $210  Centre Tables :..... :...$3.25  *    Sale Price ... $2.65  Centre Tables... ......$5.00  Sale Price  $3-95  Ladies' Dressing Tables .....$3.50  Sale Price  $2.85  Child's Folding Cribs ...$6.50  Sale Price-. ... $5.15  6 ft. Extension Tables $13.00  Sale Price-.: .... $11.40  8 ft, Extension Tables ..:.. ..$15.00  Sale Price $13.30  8 ft. Extension Tables $18.00  Sale Price  ...$15*80  Dresser, regular price ..$11.25  Sale Price     $9.80  Dresser, bevel mirror $12.50  Sale Price. $10-70  Dresser, bevel mirror :..$17.50  Sale Price $15.15  Dressers and Comodes $21.00  Sale Price ....$18.00  Dressers with or without comodes   Sideboard, regular price $18.85  Sale Price $16.40  Sideboard, bevel-mirror ......$20.00  Sale Price...   .$17.50  Hall Rack, regular price..     $12.50  Sale Price...  $9.90  Special Cbair Sale  Kitchen Chairs, regular- Si,00, 1.10, 1.20  Sale Price 80 cts, 90 cts, $1.00  Diners, braced arm     1-2.5  Sale Price $1.10  Diners, braced arm, fancv ���'���    1-60  Sale Price $1-40  Diners, braced arm, latest pattern     1.65  Sale Price $1.45  Diners, oak, "good enough for Teddie" :...;....   2.00  Sale Prcie 1-80  Arm Cha irs, large highback    3.25  Sale Price 2.80  Arm Chairs, oak, large high back    3.75  Sale Price 3-25  Arm Rocker, large high back -...' ...3.25   3.00  Jalelnce 2.85. 2,70  Arm Rocker, sewing...        2.50  Sale Price 2.10  Arm Rocker, sewing ������������������ 2.65, 2.00  Sale Price 2-20. 1-85  Arm Upholster ed Rocker..      4.75  Sale Price 4.20  Arm,! cobbler seat, Rocker -   3.25  Sale Price 2.65  Pf��l if'  Single Beds, regular price...  .$5.75  Sale Price    $ 4.80  Single Beds $7.00  Sale Price    5-90  H Beds... - $5.25  Sale Price    4.45  Full Size Beds.. _ $5.50  Sale Price    4.65  Full Size Beds ��� ,...,$7.00  Saie Price     6.15  Full Size Beds , $13.50  Sale Price    11-90  Full Size Beds ��� ...$14.50  Sale Price ,  12.30  Full Size Beds........ ���...���..$18.75  Sale Price .... 15.65  Full Size Beds $18.50  Sale Price....... 15-45  Full Size Beds....... $16.00  Sale Price-.-.-  13.80  |[S  Couches, finest figured velour $10.50  Sale Price    9-35  Couches, finest figured velour $11.50  Sale Price     965  Bed Lounges, latest patterns $20.00  Sale Price  17.50  Bed Lounges, latest patterns ...$13.50  Sale Price  12.00  ;   TIN WEDDING.  . A very pleasan t   party   met   at the  home of Mr. and Mrs. Julius   Ehrlich  ���Thursday evening-last.' Mr. 1,. A.  Smith of Anaconda ten years ag-o decided that the American people had no  more rig-ht to have an annual Thanksgiving in general than he in particular  and   so  with  the   consent   of   a   cer-  ^tain^young-Jady.arranged^for-.his^wed-  ding- so that the tenth anniversary  would fall on Thanksgiving, 1904.  Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Smith  and Mr. Carl Holman were the guests  of Mr. and Mrs. Ehrlich at dinner in  token of the event. Just as the entertainers and entertained were in the  midst of a quiet chat on the jovs of  home. 1 if<���, the Ehrlich liothe was invaded oy a band of noisy people who,  with all kinds of musical instruments,  insisted on serenading the party. The  invaders included Mr. and Mrs. McKee  Mr. and Mrs. Naden, Mr. and. Mrs  McRae and Mr. and Mrs. Kinney who  had quietly gathered at some convenient point intent on a surprise charivari  To stop the intolerable noise the visitors were brought into the Ehrlich  home and invited to join in the event.  Mr. Ehrlich, acting as spokesman,  ,in a neat speech presented the bride  and groom with a package neatly don��  up in many folds of paper. The package was duly opened and the recipients  were delighted lo find some elegant  tin spoons. Mr. Smith very feelingly  responded, Mrs. Smith meantime  clinging tia-aciously to the package.  .Later in the evening an elegant piece  of silverware was presented to the  happy couple and after a very pleasant  social time the party disbanded, Mr.  Smith clinging to the silverware with  one arm and to the wife with the other  and murmuring'to himself:' "I'm glad  I've got them." It is hoped that the  event may have its proper effect ou Mr.  C. S. Holman.  alarm. There, is now competition in  transportation as well as- in fuel, and  competition means abundant' supply  and satisfactory prices. The wage roll  of the country is normally growing  larger steadily. There is more money  on which'to do business and more business to be done The price of copper  which has been slowly appreciating is  now.-.around-the=-15c.!-iuark^ and -high,  priced copper and cheap production  mean handsome profits. The last pessimist has moved out of the country or  has gone into hiding. No longer any  excuse remains for such in our midst.  His vocation is gone. The things he  delighted to talk about no longer yield  him subject. The ores are here in unequalled supply, the companies are  well financed and making margins of  gain, the Great Northern is already in  the Boundary and is making arrangements for rapid extension westward.  The prospects were never so good for  this entire country as now. Several  years of great prosperity are at hand.  Constant.effort, constant economy will  achieve the desired end. Opportunity  knocks at our doors. Its entry into  our personal welfare res*-s with ourselves.  WEST FORK NEWS.  The bondholders of the Wellington  at Beaverdell are elated over their good  luck. They are now working on a five  inch lead of very rich ore  DON'T YOU BELIEVE IT.  "Had the elections been pulled off in  Yale-Cariboo on November 3rd, Duncan Ross would have been defeated."  ���Nelson Tribune.  Had the election for Yale-Cariboo  been heltf on Nov. 3rd, Duncan Ross  would have had-a much larger majority than now'. The Conservatives  thinking they_had a fightings chance,  polled every vote, while to the Liberals  the election seemed so certainly sure  that a large number neglected to go to  the polls, confident that there were  plenty without them. In this way  several hundred votes were lost to  Ross.  THE BEAUTIFUL SNOW-  The first fall of the beautiful in  Greenwood came down during the  night of Thursday. The.autumn has  been remarkably fine and most admirably adapted for the railway work  going on in the Boundary. Mr. J. J.  Hill may find the fittedness of the year  for his work au augury of what the  Boundary has in store for his railroad.  The winter cannot at most be very  long now and in a very few months wc  expect to find this valley the scene of  further railway activity.  EIRE,   LIFE   AND   ACCIDENT  ,... INSURANCE....  MINING AND REAL ESTATE  ::STOCK AND SHARES^T^  Coca! fleent for ����� P. R- Lands  BONDS   OF   3731?   D^UCPrUN    EXECUTED  JUDICIAL ONES A SPECIALTY.  Frederic IU> mcCaine,  Opposite  Postoffice GRBirONWOOD    '  i.  Conservative Calendar For B. C.  The new strike on the Bounty at  Beaverdell is a wonder. The ore runs  nearly five hundred ounce in silver.  A HAPPY OUTLOOK.  For the last two years the Boundary  has been slowly recovering from having overdone things five or six years  ago. Business is now on a solid and  substantial basis. The smelters are  all busy and inexhaustible stores of  ore are in sight. The question of a  fuel   supply   no   longer    excites   any  The Sally never looked so well as at  present. The lead, after a break, has  again been.caught richer and larger  than ever.  Dennis Clark of Spoksne who has  been up West Fork, went out on Thursday with a sack of samples. He was  somewhat reticent but remarked that  he was much pleased with that country.    W. A. Keith of Beaverdell is in  Greenwood, where he will remain until  after the New Year. He reports the  West Fork country looking exceedingly well and confirms the stories of rich  strikes told elsewhere in this paper.  NOVBMBBR,  1904.  Tues. 1���Bright.  Wed. 2���Very bright.  Thur. 3���Severe storm rages.  Fri. 4���Killing frost last evening  *   *   *    *  o  Mon. 21���Gale in the Kootenays.  Tues. 22���Everything freezes up.  I rami board*  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THE SWAYNE HOUSE.  Silver Street,  Green wooa,  t^^t<rAAAAA<^^'A<M>>AAA<' '���#**���**  t y  2  DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ?    COPPER STREET,  GRIufiNWOOn.  ���^X-^'Mj.^t-^X".^^  GRAND FORKS,--PH0ENIX-GREENW00D  BAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. m.    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 S3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix S1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F, R0YER, Manager. BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  THE  ROBBERY AT BANK 0 F IB. C.  On the afternoon of the 30th of September, 1863, an unwonted see me was  enacted ir. a certain building o n Government street in Victoria. The- build-  in).; had been erected as a residence  two years before by Mr. Thos. 1 Jarris,  a wealthy naval contractor, who was  afterwards Victoria's first mayor*. By  him it was sold to the Bank of British  Columbia, a young financial instit utior.  with a British charter and a h-.eavy  capital. Upon the directorate were  some of the best names in Lo ndon  financial circles. Its local manager  was Mr. J. D. Walker, a. banker o f excellent repute and wide experie.-nce.  His next in command was a Mr- G.  Kruiks, also a man of excellent character and large experience, who was appointed accountant and assistant m au-  ager. These gentlemen had to een  selected with special regard to tl leir  fitness, and the enterprise was lam) .ch-  ed in August, 1862, at Victoria, ivith  every prospect of a long, useful and  profitable career. At the time at wlhich  this nairative opens the bank had loeen  doing business for little more than a  twelvemonth. The officials had .'been  assiduous in obtaining busi/aess., and  as the new bank's notes were as -g-ood  as those of the Bank of England, and  as paper money is easier to carry 'than  gold coin, the notes soon came* into  genet al use throughout the two colc>n ies  of British Columbia and Vancouiwer  Island.  It is safe to say   that   no   infant-die  batik   was   ever   established   that  so  readily found its  way  into the confidence of the public.    The officials, too,  were genial and pleasant, and this fact  added to the popularity   of   the  bank.  Mr. Walker, who was a man of correct  habits, was  a liberal entertainer, and  it was during his  administration   that  Highwood, the handsome residence on  Moss street, provided  for  the   bank's  managers,.was erected and finished.  Mr. Kruiks was also a liberal entertainer, but his habits were somewhat  loose. Not to put too fine a point upon  . it, he was over-fond of jovial company  and wine dinners. He was a large,  stout man, about six feet in height, of  imposng presence, and when at business was grave, self-contained and  prudent, as some of his boon companions, who sought favors at the bank,  often realized to their so-row. Kruiks  behind tne counter and Kruiks at the  dinner table were entirely different  persons, apparently.  It was related of him that on several  occasions after he had been having a  night ot it some of his fellow roysterers  who next day applied for assistance at  the bank were ruthlessly turned down,  and their paper thrown out. He could  eat, drink and make merry with them  over night, but he measured tl. eir  financial worth by the size of their  potations.    '  When the bank officials took over the  Harris residence they built a small  brick and stone vault in the cellar. The  combination of the outer safe door was  ,���known���only ^to__the.���manager��� and���.the.  accountant. When this door had been  opened an inner door of steel was disclosed. This door was locked by two  keys, one of which was in charge of the  manager and the other was held by the  accountant and assistant manager.  Without both keys the inner door, behind which was stored the bank's  treasure, could not be opened. The  manager and accountant must each be  present with a key before the door  could be unlocked.  Between the 10th and 25th of July,  1863, the manager took a short vacation. When leaving he handed his key  to Mr. Kruiks, and Mr. Kruiks handed  his key to the chief clerk. So far as  outward appearances went, when Mr.1  Walker came back on the 25th of July  he found everything in good shape,  and so complete was his confidence in  the accountant and chief clerk that the  funds in the vault were not checked by  the manager until more than two  mouths later, when a quarterly statement was required. This was a fatal  omission, as results will show. On the  30th September the manager and the  accountant repaired to the vault and  the bags of gold, silver and notes on  hand were counted. According to the  books there should have been a certain  sum present. The. count revealed a  hortage of exactly $5,000.  "Count the money again," said the  manager.  This was done, not once, but thrice,  with a like result.  The books were then overhauled and  checked, in the belief that an error in  the casting up of the figures had been  made.  The result was the same: the funds  were just S5000 short���neither more  nor less.  Everyone connected with the bank  remained up all night, checking, adding, subtracting and counting.     The  Corporation ot the City of Greenwood  Collector's List of Lands or Improvements or Real Property within the Corporation  of the City of Greenwood.  To be sold for Taxes, Interest and Costs on the 28th day of December, 1904, at the City Hall, Greenwood, B. C, at 11 o'clock <vm.,  in pursuance of "The City of Greenwood Real Estate Tax Sale By-law, 1904," unless in the meantime the Arrears of Taxes, Interest'and  Costs -due in respect of each Lot in the Schedule hereunder written be paid. If sold, the said Lands and Improvements will, pursuant to  the provisions of the "Municipal Clauses Amendment Act, 1900," be chargeable with a portion of the legal costs of and incidental to the  obtaining of the Judge's order confirming such sale.  1  <8 t*. ���+  Sm  "S"0  ASSESSED OWNER  REGISTERED OWNER  >  o  u  a,  E  n  it of Tax  Dec, 190  18th,190  .2 8  0]  W  sir  a v  '  ��� ���::;'���  * �� a  P a]  :02  ���a  3 -Ji1  Collector's c<  . and     contin  penses of.sa  .22     ���  Lot  X  u  o  W  a  ��� a-.  a  CO  +�����  ���o a>  *   ***** 8  ������������ a a '  l4  ������'..  Total amo  due to 31s  Unpaid Ju  Interest.  TOTAL A  Taxes,    In  Costs.  Alston, C.  F   Bank of British North America  Barrett, L.  S.  M   Bannerman!,  D.   A   Blue, Louis     Blue, Louis   Blue, Louisi   Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis    Blue, Louis    Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis     Blue, Louis   '.   Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis     Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis   Blue, Louis    Blue  Louis    Blue, Louis    Estate R.  E.  L.  Brown   Estate E.  A.   Bielenberg   ���Oranson, Len'a    IVeit, W. G. H   Belt. W. G. H.     Collins,   G.   H.   Co-rbett, W.  A   Castlebair, Corinne   Cameron, J. B   CotiteB, R.  F.    Cameron, J. A ���   Caulfield,! J. J. nurd Munroe  ....  California Wine Co.   California Wine Co   Collins.  Amelia    '. .  Oalgs iry Milling Co.  ....'...   Cook4*.on, Wilfrid   Davisi, H. C.  and Wallace, J. ..  Dean,   Mattie   D'Eatti. W.  and Elliott, H. R.   .  Davidson.,  R  ���  Davidson*.  R.   Fisher,  Adolph       Co.  The Columbia & Western R  Wm. Thomas Oliver   Barrett, L.   S.  M.   i   Ward, Laura A ...N portion  Enase-r, Jas.  S.  C   Eraser, Jas.   S.  C   Fraser, Jos. S. C N %  FWaser, Jas.  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Notice is hereby given that I shall proceed to sell by public auction at the above  Jtime and place herein set out the above mentioned lands and improvements respects  ively unless the arrears of taxes, interest and costs are sooner paid,  i ^i;U&ed the 17th day of October, 1904/ (Seal)  Mayor*  Collector of the Corporation  of the City of Greenwood,  ag-er, who was the soul of honor, winced under jl.he'? jnijp'utatiffn co'oyj^ed by  the detective':.-' JCruii<s''vvas   cbol   and  result was always the same���S5000 had  mysteriously disappeared!  The accountant was closely questioned. He was calm, imperturable and  frank. His answer was always the  same���I know nothing- of the whereabout of the missing- money. I only  know that it has disappeared.  The chief clerk was questioned. He  returned a similar answer to that of the  accountant. A detective from San  Francisco arrived two weeks later. He  examined the officials from the manag-er down - without obtaining the  slightest clue. The safe was intact.  There was'no evidence that the walls  of the vault had been disturbed, and  there was no evidence that the locks  had been tampered with. He reported  that the robbery was committed by one  of the persons who held the two. keys;  but there w.as nothing--<-o show which  of the two "did the job." The manag-er, who was the soul of honor, winc-  by  d  collected, apparently indifferent. With  the departure of the detective the inquiry ended, and a'report was'made to  the board in London. Meanwhile the  accountant's h.ibits grew . worse.-He  was often in liquor, he stayed out at  nights and sometimes did. not report  for duty at all.,( This looseness was reported to' London, and at-the end of  the year the accountant's services were  dispensed with. He did not go away,  but remained in the city, uperiing an  office as accountant and mining broker  and as he was very popular and competent, contrived to make a very .good  living in spi'^e of his dissipated habits.  One morning, nearly two years after  the date of the robbery, the manager's  attention was attracted by the sound of .  a knock onthe door of his room. In  response to'a request to "Come in,"  the door was opened, and Mr. Kruiks  entered.  The manager, flushed with anger and  excitement, rose quickly  to   his   feet,  asking, hotly. "What co you want here?  . I. want to speak to you���to speak   to  yoa in private."   -���  , "Whatever you have.got to say���-you  ���you wicked person, who: cast suspi  cion upon , me���a perfectly innocent  man���say it quickly and begone!"  "I���I have come to confess!"  ���  "Confess to what?" . .'-  '.'That I robbed the bank!'.*  "Well," interrupted the manager, "I  knew that already. What else have  you got. to say?"  . "That I wish to confess in writing,  and bofore witnesses,"faltered Kruiks.  The manager gazed at the.shriiiking  figure before him with an expression  of astonishment and disgust on his  face. At last he said, '-Sit down" and  the unhappy, wreck dropped into a  chair and sobbed violently.  A notary was sent for, and to him  Kruiks stated that" during the absence  of the manager, between the 10th and  25th of Tui-y. 1862, while assisting the  acting accountant to put 13 bugs of  gold coin into ' the vault, he put one  aside in a dark corner of the cellar,and  onl3'-12=bags'~vvere"locke^l"iVpr"^Ih^the"  evening he returned to the bank and  carried off the bag. It contained the  $5000, which two months later was  missed.  Q That evening Kruiks was taken into  custody upon thecomplaiut ot the manager. He was speedily liberated on  bail of a substantial character. D. B.  Ring, a noted ban ister of the aay,' was  retained, and presently it was given  out that Kruiks had recanted his confession, and now stoutly denied having  taken the money. At the trial medical  testimony was called to show that the  supposed culprit was subject to h ��� lu-  cinations, and had departed forever.  He could only babble, 'Ah! goo, ah!  goo," like a nursing infant just learning to talk. That was all. His splendid physique and t.;e fine intellect \yilh  which Nature had endowed linn were  in ruins, and to the last day of his life  (he died in a Scotland asylum) he was  a physical and mental wreck. Mr.  Walker died in England a* few years  ago.  ~ n  ME il  OS. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   ANDy CREAM  Delivered Daily to anv part  of the city. BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  <F  FALL AND WINTER  Suitings, Overcoatings  Trouserings  All Imported Goods of  the latest design.  lo see them is to  appreciate them.  PRICKS ARK-SURE) TO PLEASE  WORKMANSHIP   GUARANTEED  ELSON  Copper Street,  THE TAILOR  Opposite the Windsor Hotel  J  TOWNTOPICS  R. P. Williams of  chine company was  land this week.  the   Jencks. Ma-  over from Ross-  We regret to learn that Mrs. David  Bannerman is very ill with tyohoid  fever in the Sister's Hospital.  Mr. M. A. Bridges, superintendent  of agencies for the Great West Life, is  today in receipt from his head office, of  a check in full for settlement of the  policy of insurance carried by the late  Herbert Redpath, in that company.  A..B. McKenzie, secretary of the  Associated Boards of Trade of eastern  British Columbia, was over from Rossland this week. He visited all the important centres of the- Boundary and  was gratified to find business condition's much healthier than on his last  visit. Rossland camp is also showing  renewed activity. Mr. McKenzie believes that the Kootenays are going to  have a number of years of solid healthy  busy times.  The banquet to Senator Templeman  of Victoria, B. C, is a well-deserved  compliment to a public man and a  journalist. Mr. Templeman was formerly editor and proprietor of a weekly1  paper in Almonte,- and more recently  of a daily journal in Victoria, He.has  capped the climax i of his political  career by the skill and success of a  campaign which resulted in the return  of a solidly Liberal contingent from  British Columbia to the House of Commons.���Toronto Globe.  J. W. Stewart's horses which were  used in the construction of the Great  Northern railway between Grand Forks  ,__and_-.I*hoenix_^are^_being--_w:intered on;  Sidley mountain. _ Forty head were  taken there last week and the balance  will go into winter quarters as soon as  work is fully completed. The plant  used in the construction of the road'  will also be left in the Boundary during the winter months. It is expected  that in early spring the Great Northern will begin active construction from  Midway westward and for this reason  the plant used in the Boundary this  year will remain here, and the heavy  expense of moving the outfit will thus  be sared.  E. Jacobs of the. "B. C. Mining Record  was in the sity this week.  E H Thurston came down from the  West Fork this week.  Watch for oitr announcement in next  week's edition.���Coles & Frith.  Thos. M.- Gulley ' and Neil Latnont  are out on a hunting trip up the West  Fork.  Mrs. H. C. Shaw and family leave  for Vancouver next week. Mr. Shaw  will join them later.  Mr and Mrs Frederic Keffer .and  Robert have returned from a three  months holiday trip'to'eastern centres.  E B Kirby manager of the War  Eagle and Centre Star, Rossland, visited the local smelters this week.  ��� W Keithof W A Keith & Co, Beaverdell is here and will remain in the city  until after the Christmas holidays.  D Duncan Mcintosh is shipping from  the'E.P.U. ore that will net $100 to the  ton.  T Drake Brockman who has charge  of the'zinc works which are being  established at Roseberry was in the  city this week.  Rev. Mr. Cameron until recently  Presbyterian minister at Barkerville  is now in charge of a newly established mission field including Sidly and  Rock Mountain.  In this issue the city treasurer is  advertising a tax sale. Delinquent  taxpayers can pay their taxes any time  before the sale -which will begin on  December 28th.  The banquet tendered by the Liberals of Victoria to ' Senator Templeman will be held in tne Driard hotel on  Friday next. Sir Wilfrid Laurier has  wired his regrets at not being able to  take part in the well deserved tribute  to his western colleague. Every member of the Solid Seven elected from  British Columbia is expected to be  .present^and-^also--J.-_A.*- Macdonald,'  leader of the opposition.  The Montreal & Boston Copper company's smelter at Boundary Falls is  turning out high values these days.  The ore shipped from the Brooklyn is  higher grade than the ordinary run of  low grade ore and these values are  augmented by the splendid ore shipped  at the Athelstan. The matte from the  smelter is being treated at the B. C.  Copper company's converter with the  result that the B C Copper company is  now turning out more values than any  other reduction works in the west.  AFTER LAWSON.  The shoe must be pinching. As a  result of his lively allegations regarding the Standard Oil combine and the  great Life Insurance companies of the  United States, in his articles in  Everybody's magazine under the  caption "Frenzied Finance," Thomas  Lawspn has been made defendant in a  suit of considerable magnitude. The  Boston Post of Nov. 22nd says:  "Papers in a suit for $350,000 were  served yesterday on Thomas Lawson  in a suit brought in the interests of  New York parties supposed to be acting for the Standard Oil interest. The  suit.is the result of alleged disclosures  made by Lawson in his* chapters on'  "Frenzied Finance." Uawson defies  them and welcomes the suit; He says  he will be able to expose some un jailed  .criminals before he gets through."  Beyond the fact that papers were  served on Lawson through the sheriff's1  office and that Frederick R. Coudert  and Paul i'uller of New York are entered as plaintiffs, nothing is known.  The bill and complaint are returnable  December 1 said Coudert and Fuller,  who represents the Standard Oil and  the insurance companies which Law-  son attacked.  It is also stated that the widow of  Attorney George Towle will sue Law-  son for libel. Individual suits by ex-  members of the legislature are said to  have been begun at Concord. An  action by the citizens to aidLawson is  probable should the charges of wholesale bribery be substantiated.  & WIGKW  We --v-.il give $10 for the best verse  for a Xmas card, on or before Dec. 1st  next.���Smith & McRae.*        ...  CARNEGIE'S HOPES-  Andrew Carnegie seems to have a  soft spot in his heart for Canada! He  is forever talking about Canada and  the UnitedStates becoming one mighty  nation.- Hislatest thoughts along this  line are given below:  "When do you think the time will  come for a Canadian.accession?"  .  We are getting closer together every  day. Every time an American crosses  the border and establishes a home in  the Canadian Northwest, and every  time, a Canadian cast his fortunes  among us, a link is added in the chain  which sooner or later is sure to bind  the two countries. We over here must  and, iu my opinion will, all be one just  as the nations of Europe will, eventually be practically one. What will be  the advantage? Simply this: it will  guarantee the peace of the North ��� American continent; and peace of*' this  hemisphere is to us worth more than  all the millions of dollars revenue that  we might gain by tariff trading."  copper    street;  -  GREENWOOE.  Give Careful Attention to Business  Entrusted to Them  They Rent Houses, I  They Buy and Sell Real Estate,  They Loan Money For Home Building.  They Insure Anything Worth lnsuringr, *; 'h  Agents For The Following Insurance  Companies:  ATLAS.  UNION,  WESTERN,  NORTHERN,  GUARDIAN,]  CANADIAN, y  CONNECTICUT,  CANADA LIFE,  ONTARIO ACCIDENT, v      ^  ���'���  PHENIXOF BROOKLYN.  PHOENIX OF HARTFORD,  EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY!     -  LONDONZAND LANCASHIRE.  HARTFORD STEAMi BOILER, <K:$��  WE COVER MOST ANYTHING LIABLE TO BLOW UPA"  BURN UP OR BREAK UP  GARRISON IS STARVED OUT-  London, Nov: 25.���The correspondent at Moscow of the Daily Telegraph  claims authority for the statement that  general Stoessel's dispatch sent by the  torpedo boat Rastoropnv informed the  emperor that the Port Arthur garrison  was   being   starved  ^u-yy^ito^j^ther  *����**����.*����O��**e��ooi>*��o��a*o*o*��*o*o��o��*����*i��<}#**����o*0o��*<i��<��(i  ��                                                                    *   - i                                        ������-. ..--���    ..-...*��� 9  9     "   ���   "    -  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ft  **  ft  ft '  9  ft  ft  I  -*.  ft  'ft  ft  ft'  ft  "*��  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft;  'ft  ft  ft.  ��� ft.  ��  ��  ft  ao��<-��#ftft����ft��o*ft<.tt��*ft*oft��e����0ftftft<����*��o����ft��*��#*fteft����ft**ft.  ) O^OOO-OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO 0<K>000000<K>0000<K>0<><��<KK>00  Greenwood,  B. C,  PRESSED HAY  frank details ��� of its actual condition  showing that the fall of the fortress is  inevitable.  GREAT NORTHERN BUILDINGS  S. M. Martin of Grand Forks has.  been awarded the contract to erect all  station and other buildings on the  Great Northern branches now building  in Boundary district. The contract  calls for the erection cf eighteen different buildings, the largest of which will  be the station at Phoenix, the dimensions of which will be 35 by 76 feet.  FEED, OATS  1  STRATHMORE TRADING GO  -^DRAWER 551'  Played or Sung in Your Own Home by the World's Best Artists  ���^[We will supply you with either a Berlines  or Columbia Gramophone, for less than you  can get the same for from the factory,  either for cash or on the installment plan.  ���[We will take back your old records, and  give you a cash allowance or a new record  on the latest exchange plan.  CALGARY,        -       ALBERTA.  Dealers in BAILED HAY.   Best Quality  Prompt Shipment.   Lowest Prices.  $ Satisfaction Guaranteed.  S   WRITE   US   FOR   QUOTATIOMS.  <H>OOOOOOOCK><>OOOCO<)<H>0000000<>0000<>00<X>0<><>^^  Greenwood Liquor Co.  Wholesale Dealers in  Choicest Brands of Wines,  Liquors and Cigars.  PABST  Brewing  Sole Boundary  Agents For  We can and nil give i o fit. il li any iir fin in I ii Line  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  ^ LAGER  BEER  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  JAS. McCREATH, Prop,,   Greeentyood  *f��l> Ptitftltlg Castefttlly clofie  ^^^^^^    at tl)is office


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