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 -���4a**'  1  5  ?  Vol. 10  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JUNE' 2 1 1902.  No. 4^'  Troubles    Have    Reached  Sensational Stage.  All iii 1.1 -m  Story ofthe Financiar Operations of  the Builders.  It is n'O longer Hot Air, it is now  sizsling fat that is in the fire. The  affairs of tlie Kettle* River Valley, railway which have_ been interesting* a  good'many people since the auspicious  driving,of the golden spike and which  .have been enveloped in mystery since  the struggles after charters on both  sides of the line have secured a large  degree of publicity through the open  breach between Wylie C. Morris, counsel and assistant manager of. the line,  '.and the/Canadian shareholders. The  .end is not yet.    Morris' has retained,  ���,two Spokane'la.wyerstd'lbok after his  /interests and there  is a good chance  vthat the whole story of; this .unique  piece of financing and railway building will, be "told-with graphic enbel-  lishments'iii the American courts.  It is now two years since the first  'chapter was written. Tracy W. Holland, manager   of  the   Grand   Forks  "'Townsite company, conceived the idea  that a-.railway from Grand Forks to  Republic would be a good thing. After*  a hard struggle he succeeded in getting  a charter from the provincial parliament for' a charter from Grand Forks  to the.International Boundary line and  with the Eassistance of Mr. Morris, another-charter from-the U. S. govern-**,  ment, to cross the Collville reservation  to Republic. The building of the road,  the grand opening services, the driving of. the last spike : before the road  was completed, the skipping put of two  of the officers of the railway and the  numerous charges of malfeasance and  misfeasance are matters of current  histoiy. The story of the organization ot the companies and financing of  ,���the_rQad,'asjp!_dy)y^a Jfrigud JsJ^SEKS**,  lie who in: an interview with the  Spokesman Review said :  "Moms'has the Canadians iu the  jam of the door. If they make any  hostile move against him he is likely to  throw the whole property ou the Ameri-  * can side of the line into the hands of a  receiver.   He is nominally the owner  .���of a tritle less than one half the stock  in the company, owning the railway on  the American side. If is incorporated  for $1,000,000, in 10,000 shares, worth  at par S100 each. He holds 4,998 shares  in his own name. Three other Americans, who are but figureheads, each  own a share. Thus the control of the  company is in the hands of Americans.  The stock was issued in that way so  as to comply with the laws, which require American ownership for a majority of stock when first issued in any  Washington corporation. On the face  of it, therefore, Morris owns practically half a million dollars worth of the  stock of the company. The stock was  actually issued to him, and I understand it is held in trust by the Dominion Permanent Trust company of Toronto, which put up the money to build  the road. However, it cannot be trans  ferred without the consent of Morris.  ���'Morris claims that aside from this  nominal ownership, he is rightfully entitled to one sixth of the capital slock  ot the company, or $166,666. The story  of how he got that is peculiar. The  plan to build the road from Graud  Forks to Republic was conceived by  Tracy Holland, now the general manager of the company. He expected to  get financial backing from his m-other  F. M. Holland, managerof the Dominion Permanent Trnst company, back  in Toronto, and from J. R. Stratton,  president, and T. B. Coffee, vice president of the same concern. He got a  British Columbia charter to build from  Grand Forks to the American line, a  distance of about three miles, aud then  he wanted a charter to build acrossthe  north half of Ferry county, "Washington, into Republic, a distance of about  40 miles.  Holland bro-v-liod ��� the subject of  joining hands in getting the right of  way on the Anierioan side. Morris  agreed, and it is said he was to get an  interes! in the road when completed in  return for his work. He. was not to  draw any salary, however, until the  road was on its feet, and he has not  drawn any salary up to this day,  though his expense accounts have  been prodigious. I understand it has  been about 320,000 since he went into  the deal, less than three years ago.  Certainly he has lived iu lavish style.  "Early in the game Holland aud  Morris organized the Republic &  Grand Forks Railway company.* Already, however, the Montreal people  who were backing the Republic mine  had organized the Republic & Kettle  River Railway company, to build from  Grand Forks to Republic and had secured a franchise from the secretary of  the interior to build across the North  Half of the Colville reservation. It  was necessary to get a similar franchise for the Holland-Morris corporation.  Morris went to Washington and by  considerable pffort got the franchise.  Immediately after, however, his people  bought out the franchise of the Republic & Kettle River company, the  rival concern, and took over the corporation itself.  * "With the charter secured, ihe next  thing was to get the money to build  the road. Holland represented that it  would cost about ��600,000 to build the  line and put it iii running order. Then  it was up to J. R. Stratton, T. B.  Coffee and F. M. Hollaud to raise the  funds, for Tracy Holland and Morris  had notliiug. It was soon discovered  that the other three partners were unable to get the money, so they took in  a sixth partner, a mail named Kloepher  of Gait, Ont., who was also [a director in the Dominion Permanent Trust  company. They all were equal partners with a sixth interest apece. Stratton, Coffey, F. M. Holland and Kleo-  pher, who controlled the trust com;  pany, advanced the money to build  the road. It was a puzzle that has  never been solved here to find what  security the trust company has for th  money thus loaned. At any rate the  trust company is not the owner of a  single share of the stock, and it does  not hold a bond or a mortgage of any  description, for the road has been  built without issuing a bond, a mortgage or a note. It has been a most re-  ���.inar*kablc...piece-.of!.financi.erj.ng��^.,^.,^=-_.-_  "Tracy Holland, the general manager, and Morris, the assistant general manager, were each to have a sixth  interest in the company for floating it.  The wav theY got their stock was in-  teresting. The Dominion Permanent  Trust company put up all the money  that was needed, under this.arrangement, and was to pay up all of the  stock of the road. Tracy Holland and  Morris' were to have their stock paid  up free in that manner. The trust  company expected to build the road  for about 8600,000. Instead of that it  has spout nearly a million dollars on  the job up lo date, and the road is still  far from being iu running order."  A NEW ALDERMAN.  At the regular meeting of the city  council held this week, Capt. Geo.  Swayne was appointed alderman to  fill the vacancy created by the resignation of Aid. Sullivan. The appointment by the council was rendered  necessary by reason of the fact that no  one was placed in nomination by the  ratepayers. Capt. Swayne is owner of  the Swayne house. He has been a  resident of Greenwood for several  years.  New goods direct from Great Britain  just arrived at Mitchells the Tailor.  FIRST JULY EXCURSION RATES-  The Gentry Show  A   Splendid   Exhibition   of  Trained  Doss and Ponies.  Gentry Bros., 1 rained animal show  has come, aud gone and the little folk  are still talking abo.ut.*..the wonderful  feats of trained ponies and a large  and varied assortment of clogs. The  big folk too, have not forgotten the  show and are still discussing how the  genius of the ring master and the intelligence of the animals have combined to make the latter do things that  only creature man is supposed to do.  The special train reached here from  Trail at six o'clock in the morning and  sundry urchins who were waiting tor  the whistle jumped out of bed much to  the disgust of the parents who were  about that time enjoying their best  sleep. But it was the children's day  and the parents had to go wherever  they wished. The boys went to the  station and many were lucky enough  to secure proud positions as leaders of  camels, ponies or what was considered  the best position in the show, of the  baby elephants.  At two o'clock in the afternoon the  big tent was fairly well filled with  people from Greenwood and surrounding camps. A census of the children  there would have demonstrated that  compulsory clauses of the Education  Act if enforced would increase the attendance at the city schools. . But it is  much nicer to go to a circus than to  school. There was not a dull moment  in the performance. From the time  ringmaster .Markel first cracked his  whip until the exciting fire scene  which concluded the entertainment,  old and young were lost in astonish  ment at the wonderful tricks of the  animals. The ponies were pretty and  intelligent and did everything Mr.  Markel asked them to do. They went  through military drill, they marched,;  they skipped, they went lame and they  shamed sickness, while one Peek-a-Boo  who seemed a-little more-intelligent  than the rest counted in answer to Mr.  Markill's questions.  Intelligence and breeding evidently  don't travel together in dog life. The  best of the long line with the Gentry  show is Duffer, a wonderful mongrel  that Mr. Markell picked up at his old  home in Barrie, Ont. Duffer created  plenty of amusement by 'his droll  tricks. There were numerous other  dogs who performed not the least interesting being Rocket, an English  grey hound who holds the record for  loiig-jumpi*ng.**-*Then-there-were,funuy.  little monkeys who drove their dog  teams aud guided their lire wagon to  the fire. Two monkeys by working an  old fashioned hand force pump succeeded iu extinguishing the-flames.  After the performance the management graciously turned the show over  to the youngsters who rode the ponies  and pea nutted the elephants and did  many other things that will be remembered as long as interest ij taken  in those things that interest children  oi a larger or smaller growth.  Funeral of Mr. Beach.  relatives our most heartfelt sympathy  in their sad bereavement and affliction  and further resolved that a copy of  these resolutions be spread ou our  miuutes as a memorial of the respect  and esteem in which he was held by  his brother members of this local  union; that a copy be sent to oijr  official journal, The Carpenter,'also the  local paper for publication, and that  our charter be draped for thirty days.  T. B. WinneTT, President  C. W. Stack, Secretary.  Account Dominion Day the Canadian Pacific railway will sell round trip  tickets between all stations June 28,  29, 30, Julv 1st, good to return July 3rd  at fare and one third.  Julius Ehrlich of P.  Burns & Co ,  spent the week in Spokane.  Large Attendance   and   Appropriate  Service-Resolution of Condolence.  The funeral of the late B. Harvey  Beach which took place on Sunday  morning last under the auspices of the  Greenwood Carpenters' Union was  very largely attended. Services were  held at the Methodist church where  Rev. J. D. P. Knox gave an appropriate address. There were many  beautiful floral offerings. The pall  bearers were II. Bunting, C. Dempsey,  Steve Tripp, D. Michaeltolmy, Finlay  FraserandR R.idcliffe. The following resolution has been passed by the  Greenwood,Carpenters' Union :  Whereas, an all-wise providence has  seen fit to take from our midst our  friend and brother B. H. Beach; aud  Whereas, said B. H. Beach was a  man of moral habits, strict integrity,  kind disposition and noble purpose;  therefore be it  Resolved, that* we feel in the parsing  away of this member, the loss of a  reliable, energetic, straightforward,  and valued brother whose untimely  death we most sorrowfully regret;  and be it further  Resolved,  that   we   extend    to   his  Got a Month's Pay-  Mr.  Hutchins   Suit  Against   B.  Copper Company.  C  On Thursday last, the case of R.  Hutchins vs the B. C. Copper company  Ltd., was tried before His Honor,  Judge Leamy, and a special jury. Mr.  Hutchins who was superintendent at  the Mother Lode until May 1st last,  sued for a month's wages in lieu of 30  days' notice and an increase of salary  which he alleged was promised but  never paid. J. R. Brown appeared for  Mr. Hutchins and H. C. Shaw for the  company. Mr. Hutchins contended  that under the arrangements made  with the company that he was to receive $175 a month and a free house  and increased pay as the force of the  mine was increased. Although the  force was increased the pay was never  increased, He also held that there  was an arrangement under which he  was to give the company 30 days  notice" if he wanted to leave its services  and that he was entitled to the same  notice if the company wanted to dismiss him. He claimed over one  thousand dollars for increased pay and  salary for the month of May in lieu  of notice. Mr. Keffer held that no  such .���arrangement was entered into.  The under-standing was to the effect  that Mr. Hutchins pay might be increased when the mine reached, a*  higher stage of development aud that  Mr. Hutchins was summarily dismissed because he found that he was  opposing the company's plan of introducing the contract system. Several  witnesses were heard and the judge  charged strongly against the plaintiff's  claim. The jury awarded Mr. Hutchins aomonth's pay. GThe case will  likely be appealed.  Smelters will be Compelled  to Close Down.  I  Crow's Nest Coal Company Unable to  Supply Demand.  Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Warren have re-  tiVrried'frbhf their" honeymoon-trip-up  the Arrow Lakes. They will reside at  the Barrett residence on Government  street.  Eugene V. Debs the eloquent labor  orator will appear in the Auditorium  here on Monday evening next. A cordial invitation is extended to everyone  to be present.  Lost���A Turquoise scarf pid. Finder  will please leave the same at Times  office.  ^^^M^mm^mimmim'im^^im^  British subjects  in   all %  ���| parts of the -world will re**-** i  E  j* joice to  learn    that   His &  ��  p Majesty,    King    Edward '�����  m  n  ?! VII, is rapidly recovering f.  ;   from  the serious   illness &  i  *�����  Ever since the serious accident at  Fernie, the Boundary smelters have  been living from hand to mouth, so far  as the supply of coke is concerned.  The accident seriously disarranged the  working mines of the company so that  their output was consideradly curtailed. When a very large increase was  made to the company's coke ovens,  long time contracts were made with  Montana works to insure a full and  regular market for their coke. These  contracts must be observed by the coal  company with, the result that the  Boundary smelters are unable to get a  supply. The Granby smelter and the  mines at Phoenix were compelled to  close down on this account this week.  The Greenwood* smelters are still run-  niugbut unless a fresh supply of coke  arrives early in July, they will be  forced to follow suit.  iWheu the Crow's Nest people secured  a charter for the construction of a railway into the Montana, market they  gave an .undertaking that they  would protect the Canadian smelting  interests and that these would have,  first consideration* in so far as the  supply of coke was* concerned; But  the company, holdthat they are not to  blame. , They claim that they have  frequently urged the smelter companies  to lay in a large supply of coke, to  provide for just such a contingency as  has arisen at Fernie. * This the smelter  companies neglected to do and a short,  age of coke is the result. The company maintain that in order to insure  a steady market for their product they  were bound to accept the Montana contracts and if the Canadian smelters  wish to have a supply of coke at all  .times Jjiejyjn^ proyision  for the future, accidents may arise at  any time that will temporarily restrict  the output of the company.  All this may be quite true, but in  the meantime there is a possibility  that all' the smelters and mines in the  Boundary will be forced to close down.  The Sunset smelter at Boundary  Falls has been doing good work since  it was blown in last week. Mr. Goodell, the superintendent has not been  forcing the furnace in any way and  the record of treatment is not a large  one but he has succeeded in making an  exceptionally high grade matte and  the slag loss is proportionately email.  The Snowshoe miue has been shipping  regularly to the smelter and about 175  tons a day has been shipped from the  Sunset mine.  High Grade Claim Leased.  This week the Helen and Capital  Prize were leased by Robert Wood,  Fredef-ick Keffer and Sydney M.  Johnson. The Helen is owned by Mr.  Wood and the Capital Prize by Messrs.  Keffer and Johnson. Both properties  are situated between Greenwood and  Anaconda. Under the terms of the  lease, the properties will be worked  and ore shipped. The veins are small  but of very high grade.  that necessitated the post*- @  . ponement  ol all the coro*' '��  ;; nation ceremonies.  NOTICE.  Letters of Administration of the  estate aud effects of the late B. Harvey  Beach have been issued to the undersigned.  All persons indebted to said estate  are requested to make payment to the  undersigned, to whom all claims  against the said estate are to be presented. Axdy SaTkx,  Norden Hotel.  Greenwood, B.C., June 25th, 1902. THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Riverside Nurseries  Grand Forks  ��     ��     martin Burrell, Prop.  Maples, IClms, Linden, Mountain Ash, Cotalpas, Cut-leaf llircli.  A fine selection of flowering shrubs, inclndinR* French and Persian Lilacs,  Hydrangeas,  Snowballs, Spireas, Roses, etc.  Specially selected strain of Lawn Grass Seed.   Fruit Trees.  Berry Hushes, Strawberry  Plants  anil Asparagus Roots.  SPECIAL ATTENTION GiVEN TO ALL ORDERS.  V. & N. PHONK 25.  Cbe  Boundary Creeli Times  Issued Every friday  Djmcak Ross _ Managing Editor.  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  ���Psk; Year .'. ���.-? 2 00  'Six'Months  125  To FbitEiaW Countries 2 SO  FRIDAY   JUNE  27,19<��.  PUBI4Q. IMPROVEMENTS.  The vote of ten thousand dollars for  a court house at Greenwood, passed by  the legislature before prorogation on  Saturday last does a measure of justice  to a city and district which has heretofore been ratherJshabbily treated in  the matter of appropriations. The  ' money expended in roada and public  buildinps has not been at all commensurate with the importance ot the district aud if development has not been  retarded on this account, it has been  because of the enterprise of the people  ���who freely*contriliuted towards public  undertakings which should have been  carried out by the government. No  particular government is free from  responsibility in this matter. It appears to' be the rule that when a district is .Without the representation to  which it is entitled in parliament,  ! under our system of government, that  district is bound to be short in appropriations. This is particularly  .true when a member's support is  ��� necessary to the life of a government.  However people are not slow to forget  past neglects when a government  shows a disposition to give a fair  measure of justice.  The necessity of a public building in  Greenwood has been frequently pointed out in these columns. The present  building is entirely unsuited to the requirements of the public service and  no time should be, lost in expending  the money voted. By keeping important public documents in the present ramshackle building there is a  grave danger of serious loss and inconvenience either from fire or theft.  The building should be erected without  delay. ,  There is another public work which  should be completed without loss of  time. Of the large vote for the district of East Yale, a sufficient sum is to  be taken to complete the West Fork  road. That promising district is being kept back by reason of the vexatious delay in giving it means of com  munication. The wagon road should  be completed as soon after June 30th  as men and money can do so. It is a  grave matter to deny the many property owners in that district a reasonable opportunity to develop their properties.  Nor should the public school building at Greenwood be forgotten. The  present rented quarters are so entirely  unsuited for school purposes that the  education department which at least  has been free from the severe criticism  directed against other departments of  the administration, should not risk its  good reputation by allowing Greenwood to be a day longer than necessary without a proper school building.  In all these matters it is so easy to  delay action, but the urgency is so  great that wefeel sure that now money  has been voted, the government will  lose no time to spend it as quickly and  judiciously as possible.  pany    has    answered    the    question  "What's the matter with B. C."   Too  much politics in his opinion is responsible for all our provincial ills.    "Let  the people go to work and quit talking  politics  and  the  province will be all  right"   he   asserts.     All of which is  good advice.    Sir Thomas'  example,  however,   would   have   much   greater  weight than his precept.     Sir Thomas  is a bit of a politician himself and to a  very great extent this accounts for the  people of British   Columbia  spending  365 days in  the year in the political  arena.    If the people were to  take the  wise  railway  president's   advice   and  quit  politics  they could  not  sleep at  night because 1hey could have  no assurance that Sir Thomas followed his  own   advice.       While    the    company  which  he so ably  represents   are   in  active politics in British Columbia, the  people cannot afford to take a vacation.  They must keep eternally in the yarae.  If Sir  Thomas  is getting  tired,   the  people no doubt would be quite willing  to call a halt, but before they  follow  the advice,  excellent as  it is, it must  come    from    a    more     disinterested  quarter.   If Sir Thomas and the company   he   represents   would   only   go  away  back   and sit  down, for a time,  the people would   have   a   chance to  quit  politics, ' but so long as he and it  are  after  enormous   land   grants   to  which they are  not entitled and are  busy concocting schemes  to kill  railway competition, the people can't quit.  It is interesting  to notice the ease  with which men in Sir Thomas'  position can give good advice to the people  and the  great difficulty   they   experience in following it.  B. C.  -CKH**KX"��***<K>C><"KXX><'^^  00<X>00000000000000<>0000<>OOtlM)000000<>0<X>00 OO0OOOOOOOOOO***  GREENWOOD, B. C,  J. C. DOUGLAS,   Prop.  EVERYTHING PIRST-Cr.ASS.  THE   BEST   OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES, L-IQUORS  AND   CIGARS.  FIRST-CL-ASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING   MEN.  ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS  r(ear the  oraer of Government and Greenwood  Streets.  ���Kn-X*:*''**^  A. BAMAM  ���(j** t3* *5* t5* i5* t-3* �����?* <5* (3** *^* <���?* J* I*?** t#<* O* t5* t5*  fc  fc  %.  fc  **  16  fc  fc  16  'A  PACIFIC BLOCK,       Copper St.  %  %  %  **  jp jf a*? }���? j? jc af.jp j��* jf sf s*? jf *?* sf j*? �����?���  FRESH FRUITS,  CONFECTIONERY,  CIGARS  and T0CACC0S.  Has a neat cosy and clean  ICE CREAM PARLOR  and will blend your Teas lo 'Suit  you.  Don't forpet the place In  Uie  Pacific  block next to Windsor Hotel.  Makes Your House  a Home.  If   you   intend   to   paper    your  house, see us.  We have the newest designs an d  will guarantee first-class  work-  .*' manship.  i)  Established 1836.     Incorporated by Royal Charter.  CAPITAL,   ^1,000,000���$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fiin(U365,000--$l,776,33!U3  HEAD  :   London Enelaad.     H. STIKEMAN, General Alanaeer, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal.   ' '  Branches and agents in all tlie principal cities of Canada and  the United States,  and correspondents hi all parts of the world:  CREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  00<M>0<"*-0<XX*K><KK**^^  <><K><><>0-CK>0<*KX"--<X*~00-0<"-^^  On June 1st, we dissolve partnership,  TC   For  the next 30 days   we will sell at cost for cash  only,  Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums, Etc-  j? s-v sf ��?*1? as- j*? -jf* j��* }���? jf* jf i? j? j? j"? *���?*���  PAINTERS,  PAPERHANGERS, f  KALSOMINERS, I  DEC0RAT0RS.I  j  Etc.. Etc.      I  Greenwood  Iviauor Company.  ��& ��& <&  aP j*? s-f jf* i? a��* *? **��� af jf j��* ic.ir jr jp if ip  J* &��<��&��&&& J* J* JtjUjtji. Jit ji  **&  Mb  fcfc  Vk  Vs.  Ms.  felt  Ve.  Wfc  V*.  fc-ft  * galgary Beer, g  R GRIEGER, Manager. ,   ��  38S!P^J8^^^JBJ8^<S*<**iB��**<5*.'J*    ���^^-^^^-^-Kl*'K'jP'J<,|f*jPj��,l**|C��iH  ���-^^: THE :-���*  Copper Street.  ^  Sj,  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS FOR LADIES.  14  Dr  I  Shop on Silver Street  near  i  Government Street.    $  >- '      >>  <KK>0<>000<>00<><XK><>00<>000<>0<K>  EXAMPLE AND PRECEPT.  Sir Thomas  ShaugnesBy, president  of the Canadian Pacific Railway com-  O* >��* t2* i,3v w$ t3* tSfi \��fr i2f* *3" &* v* id* ��9* ��5* 1*5* -v*  Clarendon  Hotel ���  Corner Copper   and Greenwood  Streets.  ���*\ Steam Heated  % Throughout. J  *\ Rooms 50 Cents �����  M **��  % and up. fc  w ^  J Fine Assortment <���_  m Liquors and Cigars.   ^  ^*. af j? i? ��p sf sp ����* ** sf* se* K" t? f *? 4? ����*  Has   opened   his Ice  Cream. Parlor at the  in the Clarendon Block-  ICE CREAM  Fresh Candies Daily.  A   full line  of all  kinds of  fruits always on hand.  Strawberries   now on   sale  receiving: daily.  and  C V. SEMERAD,  | Clarendon Block.  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  *  TRY OUR  COKMtK  Charles R.SRittockt  AZAZAZA*AZAZA��AZ&&AZS*tfc����&AZg,  J* J& Jf Jit Jf jt J* JU J. ,J�� ,���� J* J/t jl jt J| J*  ��� t^6 *^* tffi ^* (��5 n3* fjfr t}fi i��h t5* O* ��5* *����� <5* w* w* v*   ��^* *5* Jr* ttf* ��^w ��p% *J* fJS iM J* && \Jm Jfm Jfk jH Jftjf*  ^ 'kin  V*.  Vx  Vk  &&  Vk  ���*�����  ttft  V*  **���*  *y*\  ���^  %*>  %*%  *%��,  The Russell-Law  Co9, Ltd.  ���*/���  Have been too busy to tell you about   *?��  their New Stock.      TC       TC      TC   V*  %*  kk  Vk  kk  kk  kk  kk  They will next week.    Meantime call  in and look the place over,    TC    TC  "jfr ur��? ^* *? ^ a�� *>; -^ J�� C ?�� a? *? *\ -K* s��" ���# ��" i? *? ��<* sf -jf *? ��o if ��tf *r er jrsc*r  WANTED  RELIABLE  AGENTS  We want at once trustworthy men and women  in every locality, local or travelling*:, to introduce a new discovery mid keep our show cards  and advertisinm* matter tacked up in conspicuous places tliromrt'out the town and country.  Steady employment vear round: commission or  salary, $65.00 per Month and Expenses, not  to exceed S2.50 oer dav. Write for particulars.  Postoflice Box 337  International Medical Co,, London. Ont.  FOR KENT-  3 or 6 rooms partly furnished for  housekeeping", Silver street, Fisher's  addition, formerly occupied by Frank  Miller. Enquire on premises of Miss  Brooks.  New   goods  Mitchells.  at  reduced   prices   at  MINERAL ACT.  To Leonard Simpson, J. ft. Simpson. Charles  O'Connor and any otliers concerned :  You are hereby notified that I h*ie expended  In labor and improvements on tke "Jewel"  mineral claim, situate in Triple Like camp, in  the Kettle River Mining*; Division oi Yale District, the sum of One Hundred Dollars, and $2.50  for recording* the same, such being- the amount  required and necessary to hold the said claim  for the year ending the Uth day of Mar, 1902,  Jndtr the provisions ofthe -'Mineral Act"and  Amending acts; aud if at the 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 $76.88, together with all costs of advertising*, your interest in said mineral claim shall become invested in me [your co-otvner] upon filing iu the  proper office in that behalf the affidavit required by Section 4 of the "Miueral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this 5th day of June, 1902.  "W. ELSON  Date first publication, June *6th.  Date last publication September 5th,  \  m rf  THE   BOUNDARY.  CREEK   TIfcfES  ���^^mX^X"*****'"*'"-^-!'-''^^  t  X  X  X  i  IN PRIZES  OFFICIAIi PROGRAMME  JIJLYl, ^and^l&Oa  VJl  Under theiauspices of the Grand Forks  J^riy^ng.P^rk.^nd AtWet*ic A-sspciation'  SUWDAY. JUHE29.  ��� Excursion of Rocky, Mountain Rang*-  eraJindiRiflft; Association from ��� Kaslo,  Nelspfiyi^ostyanfr'ynd,' other 'points,  arriving*! in.. Grand; Forks Sunday I evening:.  *   * '���..."���''.'*  MONDAY, JUNE 30-  8:30 a. *m;^-Rifle. competition, junder  the auspices ofj-the* Kettle River Valley  Association, as--follows :  * -Nursery1 Match; 200 yards. $25.00 in  priies. '" '���''*'���' '���*���'���  . Grand-Forks Corporation Match, 200,  SOOand 60(> yards, $54 a���d cup ;Worth  '���'VS,. '. ;"';*,    .  Iiadies; MatchJ;;S00 yards, $25.  Ropky Mountain ��� 'Rangers'.'Skirniish--  .ing.Match, $45 and. sliie'ld '���vrbr'thl $75. -'���  DOMINION DAYi TUESDAY, JULY 1.  9:30 a, m. ��� Military manoeuvres including* exhibition with:'Maxim! Guns  a,tRifle'Ringe.*    : ''   '[      '  H a, ,m.���Military parade through:  ���the principal streets of the city.  12 o'clock noon���Baseball match on  the Athletic 'grounds.  * > AFTERNOON.  .Opening; of the. new $10,000: regul-  tion. half mile race track of the 1 Grand  Forks Driving: Park and Athletic Association, .five minutes walk from the  business centre.  ; ^RACING: PROGRAMME.  First event called at 2 p. m. sharp.  No. 1. Running-, quarter miledash.  Purse* S17S.  No.'2.'-'.Three minute trot or pace,  mile heats, best two' in" three, '��� Purse  $250,. ,  No. 3. , Runriing.Grand Forka Derby  one niile.    Purser$400.  Exhibition'by Dr. M., the guidless  pacing* wonder/who will-endeavor to  break his reOord of 2.25.  No.+.,; Running*, gentleman's saddle  horae, quarter'mile dash.   Purse $75.  Open to horses that have never 00m-  peteiin'any other class.  No. 5. - Running, five-eights mile.  Purse $250.  A T/acrosse match, Nelson, B.C. vs  Grand Forks will be played between  the racing* events.  EVENING.   ���   '���'  ��� "Gen"^rariliumm  WEDNESDAY" JULY 2.  deemed advisable. The rules of the  American Trotting Association (of  which this association ia a member) to  govern harness events. The rules of  the New California Jockey Club to  govern the running events (by. permission). This; association is also a  member of* the North Pacific Fair Association. Entry blanks can be ob-  tained;from the secretary to whom all  entries must be made: Racing starts  each day at 2 p. m.  G.BNERAI*. INFORMATION.  Excursions and special reduced rates by all  railways entering the city. See railway posters-. Grand stand seat*?'1500 people; a section  reserved-for ladlesand their escorts. General  admission' adult's 5o: cenls; children under 12  years, 25 cents. General admission to'grand  stand 25 ceiits. Restaurant aud refreshment  booths on, thei grounds. Competant. judges  have been* enjjaj-f ed: also an official starter.  Good stabling for horse's at the track. Official  score cards for sale on.the.jjrounds. Firstclass  band's I a. attendance each day- -  DR. C. W. AVERIfcLv President*.  W. A. HARKIN, Secretary.:  TherBig Celebration,  9:30'a.m.���-Firemen's Tournament.  Bridge Street.  Hub and Hub Race, distance 150  yards; reels to carry 250 feet of hose.  First prize $100, second prize $50.  ���jWet test, distance 100 yards to  Hydrant; teams to lay 150 feet of hose.  ���First p.rifce $100,; second prize $50.  ' In both of above events three or more  teams to enter or no second money  awarded.  12 o'clock noon���Baseball on Athletic  grounds.  2 p. m. RACE TRACK.  No. 6. Running*, three-eights mile.  Purse $175.  No. 7.   Free-for all, trot or pace,mile  eats, best two in three.   Purse $400.  . No. 8.   Running, ponies 14J-Z hands  or under, one quarter mile.    Purse $50.  Exhibition by Dr. M., the guidless  pacing- wonder.  No. 9. Running, half mile heats,  best two in three.   Purse $300.  No. 10. Running, three-quarter mile  Purse $250.  No. 11.    Cowboy's  rae,  300   yards,  three turns.   Purse $50.  EVENING.  General Illumination of the City.  THURSDAY. JULY 3-  How the Crowds to Grand Forks are  ���to be handled.  The Canadian Pacific railway announces the following : special I train  service in connection with the. celebration at Grand Forks on July 1, 2,  and 3rd*:  Sunday, June 29���Special train from  Rossland: ^nd'; Nelson carrying the  Rocky*��������� Mountain'' Rangers, ; leaving  Rossland at,2 py m,,,and Nelson at 2:30  p. m., reaching Grand Forks at T p.m.',  returning* to leave Grand Forks at 12  o'clock'niidnight' Tuesday, arriving* at  Nelson ^nd. Rossland 5 a. m. Wednesday'.  Tuesday, July 1���Special train Midway and iPhoenix. to -Grand Forks,  leaving* each point' at 8 a. m. arriving*  at Grand -Forks 9:30 a. m., returning  to leave iGrand Forks at'8 p: in; for  Phpehix, tilidway a!hd* intermedirte  points.  Wednesday, July 2--A similar train  will be 1 un from Grand Forka to  Phoenix and Midway.  On July 1 and 2 regular trains on  Boundary section will stop at R. and  G. F. junction (near the race track)  till 5 p. ni. for Rossland'and Nelson.  The special from Spokane and; intermediate points over the S. F. and*N.,  Washington and: Great Northern and  V. "V. & E. railways will arrive at  Grand Forks, July ��� 1, at 1 p. m., returning July 2nd at 8 p.. m. The  Great Northern and the Kettle'! Valley  lines, will ..also run excursion; trains  from Republic.  The indications; are that Spokane  will send at least twenty horses to  compete in the racing events; Entries  from Calgary, Cranbrook, Rossland,  Lewiston, Idaho and Portland, have  also been received. .'[���'.  May Or Holland* has .'offered a; special  prize of $100 to the horse which beats  2:18 in any one heat of. the trotting or  pacing events. '  The Rocky Mountain Rang-ers from  Rossland, Nelson and Kaslo will be  the guests of the city during'their stay  here. They wifl compete in; rifle  matches on Monday June 30 and their'  parade and exhibition with the ��� Maxim  guns on Dominion Day promises to be  one of the moat interesting* features of  tlie celebration. The Rossland rangers will be accompanied by tlieir bugle  band.  Grand Forks, B. C., June 27,1902.���  The following? runners have arrived  for the race meeting. Esperansea,  Sally Goodwin, of Spokane, Redbird,  of Curlew, Dolly of Conconully, Northern Eclipse and Lookout of Spokane,  Sleepy Jim, and Dr. M. of Rossland;  one runner and one trotter from Trail,  Vicikid, of Colfax, Princeton of Phoenix, Two runners from Cranbrooke,  Jim Bor.eraan, of San Frnucisco, Yellow Girl, Easter Lilly and Blackbird,  Grand Forks, trotters and pacers,  Leroi and Tom Bowers of Spokane,  and three local trotters. Horses are  expected from Calgary.  *" --*SjAC��i!i*;iS  <*����<><>ck>ooooo56oo6ooooo6oo^$oooo^  -t * ._*  *'.': rr-.'t!1  BAUNOE   WICKWIRE  Can sell you  a  lot for a home in any part of town.  *   "     ���" ' j.*!' '���.-'*       '       .*-���'.*..  *'."      >-? **  Can lend* you money to build a hfmie oneasy terms. '  'V  jpan;insure your home in any ofthe following^ first-class Cdmpanies* :���  :��� (��� 1 �� *  ���;-��� c<  '���> *i:t|  svtfflfy isO'Do �� bit,  -,y           'OR   V   i      ���������  ,-��;i,mE;Z-������''.'���:  }:FJ&gtiTYi .;������  "A0GiBENT,- ���   ���r^  -, PLATE GLASS AND  ^STg^^BOiLER .  - iNs^RANcir; :  ATLASi,  ?'S  s-x-a^wKtr-iKf  NORTHERN.  '������.'.**;.��wr.,/.^/i'*<w.*o*-f^^ ���     '! ;���  tfANSQI^, y,yZ-  Connecticut;;  LONDON AN Li  tl  I ;,T**' \,' n.:  QWARBmNi^^'^'  ���a   ;:.->��� :<���������'! A;-s.r? a,re-r-J c7 -svi-i  PHENIWOF ^.-^  ���*  *      ,-������:";     r:-eri-3,*t��ry    ��*jit*t'.*   *=*.>':,  ��� - BROOKLYN;; /H<>;,  PHOENIX OF ���*&''*:  ->:!.'     \->    us;i��f*wrf    ���><<'.    1*1 *;.J��" *'"*  ,MARTFzORBti��*J  ���---   sj>t   *��.'!i-!j>*   s*-fT     .i?i'i*a->t:*; ���'  NATIONALoQMt^r  ;.** "!*��.�� 2-JLi"l2*?~i~^s_*w?U*S-.it'-i"1 i.'e&i  :,,.. JRJSLAMQ.^^ ^  ..:���"*.*>������. f   ,j..;,,r.-.���'.    a;-ia? -v.-ij-   ���jdt^i.'*'  ooooo<k>d6b���K>o:6<x>ooo<>oocK>6o'#  QrOOpp&$pOpp<3C><X^^  " '   ' ''    '" " '"' "';' ������' "������'������i-':-'^ ' , '*  12 o'clock noon���Athletic Grounds���  conclusion of Baseball Tournament.  RACE TRACK���2 p. m.  'Consolation,   Running*,   half    mile.  Purse 3150.  Consolation, trot or pace. Purse  $100.  Both of above events are open only  to horses which have not won first or  second money at this meeting. Post  entries, free. '  CONCITIONS  FOR  HORSE RACES.  Entries in all events close with the  secretary, Board of Trade rooms, June  30, at 6 p. m. Entrance fee five per  cent of purse with five per cent additional from money winners. In all  races four to enter and three to start.  All purses divided 70, 20 and 10 per  cent. A horse distancing* the field entitled to first money only.  The association reserves the right of  changing  the  order  Qf any  race if  'A  -ft  %  ! Clarendon  Hotel ���  >-<  ��.  ���*>  *s  !? Corner Copper  and Greenwood  *  2 Streets. fc  f, Steam Heated ^  *\ Throughout. J  ^ Rooms 50 Cents '*  \\ and up. ^  J Fine Assortment -u  m Liquors and Cigars,   t,  % Vi  ' Jf. J��* tf #��� JT S? ^ If If J? ����* I** ** Jf ��P |P ��CV  WIEKLYOFTHE  >lV^f.*??i^i-SA,  :&���-  THE BOUWDARY CREEl THE   BOUNDARY   ^REEK TIMES.  Camp McKinney Items.  y  !;V.  lift/  Camp McKinnby, Jua�� 17th.���Phil.  SUyncr, one of the Cariboo minera,  ��io* o�� Saaday lust, while being taken  ta Qraeawood to undergo an operation  for atranjralitioit of the bowela. Poor  ataynor'a death wai vary sudden., It  appear* that while puahing a carldae*  of atcel he olipped and strained himaelf.  Tor a while he did not conaidef it  sarioua, till the pain became ao int^Ae  that it waa considered advisable to  tcUphoae for Dt. Foster, who rcapind-  cd immediately, making a record trip  to the camp. After doing all that was  poaaible to relieve the pain the doctor  -determined - aa a laat reaourae to take  kin to Greenwood, but oalv reached aa  far aa Jolly Jack's creek, where the  poor, fellow paaaed away, near the  ���pot where Andy Kirklaad waa killed  "by tke upaetting of the atafelaat year.  Tla f��aenl took place yeat-wday,  andtr the auapicea of the Minara"  Uaioa of which the deceased: waa a  member. The aervicc inST" rery Ini-  fraaalTe, oar miniater, Mr. Hackney,  daltvcring an appropriate a��id touching  Mraura, and Mr. Letta, tke aecretary  of th* union very feeling reading the  laat farwell to a brother.miner, the  ceremony concluding with -the member* of the anion throwing green  bo'ugHe oa the coffin.  The Cariboo ia in a large body of  exceptionally good ore, between the  300 foot and 400 foot levela. Truly the  old Cariboo ia a wonderful mine, for  over eight years ahe haa been turning  out bullion, and to-day the mill ia running on aa good ore aa ever.  , Our popular old time -float, Hughie  Cameron,, haa struck some very fine ora  on his claim, the Teaser, and ia already  kiating about putting up hoisting*  tag machinery. It ia needleaa to a&y  that hi* boat of frienda will rejoice to  hear that Hughie haa struck it.  -'��� The Coseaa Broa., have purchased  W, T. Shatford & Co.'a atore and atock,  aad will now command the busineas of  * tke camp. Aa they are well and favorably known, they will doubtless do a  largely increaaed buaineaa. It ia their  *. intention to carry on the entire buai  a��M in tkeir present atore, diapoaing,  When opportunity occura, of the  Shatford pre^sieea. These premise*  would be well adapted for a hotel, be*  iag - comuodiona and centrally situated. *  ^y.'V.t.i.','.  ..-V-i**-...���*.  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The largest  hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were fur-  niahed by us throughout  WEILERBROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  New house and 2 lots for sale in  Anaconda. Suitable for chicken or  milk ranch,good garden also spring on  premises apply to E. Penson, Anaconda. J13-3t  The best   potatoes   are   those   tha  have not been irrigated,  you can get  them at Crowston's.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Corporation of the City of Greenwood.  NOTICK.  Notice in herefc.r given that from and after  tbe data of this notice tne provislone of the  Pound Bylaw trill be strictly enforced and the  owner of any horeea or cattle allowing the same  to loiter or run at large upon any of the streets  ���f the City of Greenwood will render himaelf  liable ta be prosecuted summarily undor the  aaid Bylaw. Penalty. Fine not exceeding  $50.00 and costs.  By order,  G. B. TAYLOR,  Dated June 13th, 1902. C. M. C.  ���cry beat Ca��e Sugar. 15 pounda for  oae doH��r at Bannerman Broa.  ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.  la f ia Ceaitr Caeri af Taii. Koia��B it Ksa-  *- looai.  Netlce la hereby o'van that by an order made  ia thia-Honourable Court dated the 3rd dky of  Juae, <A. I�����.l��2, the endersigned waa appointed admlaatrator of the personal estate and  affects, of William T. Hill late of Okaaagaa  Falls ia the District of Tale and Province of  British Cotambia, deceased.  All pareous havin***** claims against tha estate  of abort aimed daoeaaed .ara r e<ineated  ta aend earn* duly TerlBad to tha nndaraigned  Mere tha 31st day of July, A. D., 1903; and all  parsons Indebted to tke said estate ara requested to ��ay ths amount of such lUdsbtedaasa to  tha aadaraignad forthwith.  Kamloops, B. C, June 10th, 190].  ALEX D MACHtTYRE.  Official adml-pistf^tar county of Yale.  NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE.  IM  THE   SUPREME   COURT   OP    BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  Between  JAMES W. HAMILTON.  Plaintiff.  ���at FREDERICK W. HAYES.  Dafeadant.  Take notice that by virtue of two writs of  fieri faciaa Issned in the above named suit and  requiring me to levy by the sale of: the * goods  and chattels of the above named defendant the  sum of One Thousand and forty Nine Dollars  and sixty four caste [$1,049.64], and interest  thereon at the rate of five percent perannum  from the 24th day of March, 1902. I have taken  in execution and will offer for sale at the Ruby  Mine Near Boundary Falls at 11 o'clock on the  moJnlug of the 28rd June Instant the following  goods and chattels oj the above named defendant or sufficient thereof to satisfy the judg-  weuta and costs, unless they are previously*  paid to me.  Terms of sale, cash.  1 40 h. p. Boiler. 600 feet T Rail. 300 lbs  Giant Powder. NX) feet ^Rubber Hose. ��� 2 Air  Compressor Drills complete. 800 ibs'ijf Inch  Steel. Blacksmith outfit and a large quantity  of tools, etc., etc.  For farther particulars apply to '  F, M- ELKINS.    |  Deputy Sheriff  To Walter Death, and any jerson or persons  to whom tie may have transferred his Interest in tbe Diamond Joe, Doubtful. Deer  Trail and May-day mineral claims all  - situate In Greenwood Camp In tbe Kettle  River Mlnlnz Division ol Yale District.  YOU are hereby notified that I have expended $410.00 in order to hold the said  mineral claims Under the provisions of the  Mineral Act, that you should contribute $8*>.00  as .your proportion of the said sum for your undivided one fifth interest iu said claims, and  that you are $10.00 in arrear for vour share of  tha previous assessment and if within 90 days  from the first insertion of this notice you fail or  refuse to contribute the sum of $92.00 which is  now due by you, together with all costs of  advertising, your Interest in tha said mineral  claims will become the property of the subscriber under section four of au Act entitled  the "Mineral Act Amendment Act," 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C. the 9th day of June  1902. JOHN W. POWELL.  First Insertion Iune 13.  Last Insertion Sept. 13.  For good dry potatoes go to Crowston's.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate   of  Improvements.  NOTICE.  ALICE, NELLIE and May, Mineral  Claims,  situated in the Kettle River Mining* Division  of Yale District.  Where located : Neaj to Dry Creek and  Spencer's ranch, about three miles from the  town of A-tiaconda.  TAKE NOTICE that we, John N. Greden,  Nicholas Tholl, Donald d. .McLaren and  William G. McMynn, Free Miners Certilicates  Nos. H40G26, B40627,1141S23, C40601 respectively,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mininir Recorder for-Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, undei*  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements,  Dated this 16th day'of April, A. D.,190.2  John N. Greden, Nicholas Tholl, Donald d. McLaren, Wm. G. MCMynn,  SOCIETIES.  BOUNDARY VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38,1. 0.0. F.  Meets every Tuesdav Evening at 8.00 in their  lodge room at Masonic Hall.    A cordial invi  tatiou Is extended to all sojourning brethern.  Fkbd B. Holmes, N.G.   W. B. Fkith, Rec.Sec  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  GOLD BUG  No. 2 Mineral claim, situate in  the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  Distiict.  Where located :   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson  acting as agent for ChVis McDonell, Free  Miner's certificate No. B42609 and Thomas W.  Stack, Free Miner's certificate No. B42481. intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply-  to the. Mining recorder for a certificate of Im.  provements, for the purpose of obtaining a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of May, A. D. 1902.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  First insertion May 23.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  .*���'��� NOTICK.  .............   _ i,  ROCK CKEBK Mineral claim, situate ijv'the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District. Whtre located : On Rock Creek  at old trail crossing near junction with  South Fork.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Ainsley Megraw,  Pree Miner's Certificate No. B55438, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to tha Mining Recorder for a Certificate of ltn-  Srovemeuta, for the purpose  of  obtaining, a  rows Grant of the above claim  And farther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  .. Dated this 12th day of June, 1902.  Flrat Insertion June 12," *���-���'*" *-*-^'*-"=- -----  Laat Insertion Aug. 12.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  LEROY. LIZZIE and WINEDOT Mineral  Claims, situate in the Kettle River Mining  division of Yale district,  "Wherelocated : In Deadwood camp about  three quarters of a mile North west of the  Mother Lode mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for E. H. Shaw, Free  Miner's certificate No. B40479 and I. d. Graham,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B40402, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining crown  grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must b*j commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.  Dated this 15th day of May, 1902.  *..,..   SYDNEY m, JOHNSON.  First insertion May 23.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of improvements.  ���       ;' NOTICE.,  INDEPENDENCE Mineral claim.situate in the  Kfcttle\RiAer Mining Division, Yale District  "Where'located : In copper camp adjoining  the copper mine.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clive Prlngle, Free  ,. Miner's certificate" No. B40314, intend  sixty days from the date hereof to apply to the  Mining Recorder lor a certificateof improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown  of the above claim.  And further take notice that action ander  section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 16th day of May, A.D. 1902.  ���������--���^^���------^,--^-,---^-.CMVE*-PRI'SGLE.**  First insertion May 23rd.  h iti-niMmiiiiMimrtl -�����-���.  MINERAL ACT.  Tc Ma. 9. Jefesooa m* aay etkars  coi-  Yev fir* hereby Ratified that I bava expended  la. labor aad imbrovamaats on the Uacia Sam  alnetel clalat ia Skylark camp, in tke Kettle  Hirer Mlaiag Dlvielaa of Yale Dlatrlct, British  Celeatbla, tbe sum of Oae Hundred Dollara.aad  92.S0 for recording the aame, auch being the  aateuat required and ueceaaary to hold tha aaid  claim for tha year ending the 1st day of June,  1902. under the proviaioaa of the ."Mineral Act"  and Amending acta, and Hat the expiration of  aiaaty days from tha date of the first public-  atlaa of tfcla notlca in the Boundary Creek  Tiaief TPV 'ail or ref uae to contribute roar portion of each aafeaditura, naoMlr $34.16, to-  gather with all costs of advertising, yourin-  tataat fa said mineral Claim ahall become in-  vaatad in me [your co-ownerl upon filing In the  prepar effice injthat behalf tke affidavit re-  qalred by Section 4 of tha "Mineral Act Am.  aat*t��at Act, 1900."  Baud this 20th day of Juae, 1902.  EMANUEL PABTRONE.  Last publication Sept.* 20.  NOTICE TO S^UNQUENT CO-OWNER  Ta CkMfa* n. Capiat, t ta aay teraoa er jar-  ���spo t��-wfeMy fee aa? tava trmt-trr** felt  tat-trotf la tto Aaaafy alaarol alela. elt  sate la tka Kama Blvcr flltalat Divlatoa of  T^la Blatrtct. la tkt Prarlaca or.Srltlek  * (olsailfl. aa*t ta an atWr co-ewaera la  aaM aiaaral claim.  Ten are herebv notified that I hate expended  tka nn ef Oae hasdred ($100) dollars la each  af tha yeara 1(99, 1900 and 1901 ia work, labor  aad iatfroremeata upon tke above mentioned  mineral claim la order to hold the aame under  tka praaUlpna of tka MMiaeral Act," R. S. B. C,  Cap. "13J, and amending AcU, and  If   within  aiaaty (90) dayefram the date of thia notice yoa  fail or1 rata** to contribute your portion of such  exMaditcta, together with all costs of adver-  tlal-sg; yoar .interest ia the said mineral claim  will become vested in and the property of the  aadaralgaed under Section 4 of tke Mineral Act  AmendmiSt Act, 1900.  Dated at gpeat&nd, B. C, thia' 19th day of  June. 1902.  * JAS. HUNTER.  Date laat publication Sept. 20.  Prjp-stley's Cravenette  Rain-coats.  Solely controlled for the Dominion by  E. A. SMALL <8l CO.,  r  Makers of ...  Royal Brand  Clothing  /oi!",'",},''://  /'���'if  Vfl  w>  (Registered.)  ,' //y    With this label on the neckband  \/t {,      of every Cravenette Garment.  /M  A  //  & *  3  PRIESTLEY S  CLOTH  RAINPROOF  BcWarC!   ^e"or Raincoats sold as Cravenette  '���������-    - -   are being offered which are neither  Rainproof nor Tailor Made.  These do not bear Priestley's guarantee label.  for $ale by P* 0, George $ Co,,  GREENNW00D, B. C.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements;  NOTICE.  IRONSIDES FRACTION Mineral Claim,  situate in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District. ��� .  Where located :   In Greenwood camp west  of Banner Mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson  acting as ?gent (or Alex W. Douglas,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B40491, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate 01 Improvements, 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.  Datea this 21stday of May*, A. D., 1902.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  First insertion May 23rd.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  CLYDESDALE    and     MOUNTAIN    LION  Mineral claims situate iu the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :, In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICEthat I, John -Robert Brown,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B40688, as agent  for David  A. Good. Free Miner's   Certificate  No.  B404S1,    intend    sixty   days    from    the  date hereof, to apply to the mining* recorder  for a certilicates of improvements,for the purpose o obtaining*   crown grants of the above  claim .  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such certificate of improvementss  Dated this 2nd day of April, 1902.  I.R.BROWN.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "L" Fraction Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Mining- Division of Yale Dis  trict.   Where located -.   Boomerang camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod,  . Free Miner's Certificate No. B40687 as  agent for Philip S. Stanhope, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B40518 and Ro^er O'Hara Free  Miner's Certificate No. BSCHWj.intend^ixty'days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining-  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Giant ofthe  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements,  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D. 1903.  J. P. McLEOD.  MINEBAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  DEER HORN mineral claim, situate in th  Kettl* River Mining Division of Yale Dls  trict��   Wliere located :   Deadwood camp.  Take Nocice that I, J. P. Myers-Gray, Free  Miner's Certificate No. Bs49S7, agent for Rose  C. Davey, Free Miner's Certificate No. B5444S,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply .to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  oi Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a CrownGrant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such CertiSiate of Improvement. ^ ,  Dated this 20th day of June.A. D., 1902.  J. P. MYERS-URAY.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  'HELEN", -LADTl OF THE LAKE", "GLAS  GOW FRACTION',. McGREGOR", "FANNY H. FRACTION" and "TRIPOD  FRAC.  TION" Mineral   Claims,   situated    in  the  Kettle Riyer Mining Division of Yale District,   Where located :   In Central camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, aa  agent  for the No. 7 Mining Company,  Free   Miner's   Certificate  No.   B4O69O,   intend  sixty days from date hereof, to  apply to the  Mining Recorder for   Certificates of Improvements,   for the purpose of obtaining    Crown  Grants of the above claims.  And fit rther take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 14th day of April, A. D. 1.902  3m-6 I. H. HALLETT.  MINECAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ST. EUGENE Fractional Mineral claim,  situate in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located : In Deadwood camp adjoining the "Butcher Boy" and "St. La*wrence  Mineral claims.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clive Pnngle, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B40314, Agent for  Louis I Ostroskij^Free^Miner's.Certificate^No,  B4I482, and I. Robert Jacobs. Free Miner's  Certificate No. B5O865, intend sixty days from  the datehereof, to apply to.the Mining Recorder  ior a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the above  claim. .  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of iniprovements.  Dated this 2nd day of May, A. D.. 1902.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore subsisting between the undersigned,  carrying on business at Deadwood, B.C. as  Hotelkeepers, under the name, style and firm  of Hart man & Henderson is this day dissolved  by mutual consent,  The undersigned James Henderson will continue the business and will pay all debts due by  the firm of Hartman & Henderson and all accounts owing the said firm are to be paid to the  said James Henderson.  Dated at Deadwood, B. C, this 14th day o  May. A. D-, 1902.  JOHN HATRMAN  JAMES HENDERSON.  Witness :   PETER CORRIGAN.  Certificate of Improvement-  NOTICE.  BALTIMORE Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : In Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Myers-Gray  as agent for John AMoody, Free Miners  Certificate No. B 41498,'nitend; sixty days from  the date iiereof,-to apply [to the Mining Recorder* for a Certificate of Improvements for  the purpose of obtaining a Crow-it 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 the 28th day of April, 1902,  J. P. MYERS-GRAY.  MINERAL, ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "DON JULIO   FRACTION"  Mineral   Claim,  situated in the Kettle River Mining Division   of Yale Disrict.   Where located:   In  Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTIE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent for tha British Columbia Copper  Company, Limited, Free Miner's Certificate  Nq. B49691 intend sixty days from the  djafc hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of April. 1902.  i. II. HALLETT  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.   *       '  HOMESTAKE Mineral claim situated in the  Kettle  River Mining  Division    of   Yale  District.  Where located :' In Dayton icamp, adjoining the War Eagle claim, L. 1879,  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B8120, for self and  as agent for Ainsley Megraw, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B30349 and S. G. Detchon  Free Miner's Certificate No. B37825, Intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining Crown  grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the is.  suance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March 1902.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located :   In Dayton camp, adjoining the Home9take miueral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No.B. 8120 for self and  as agent for Ainsley Megraw, Free  Miner's  Certiiicate No. B30349, and Hugh MegrawFree  Miner's Certificate No B30341, intend sixty days  from the.date hereof,   to apply to the Mining  Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tha  above claim. . ,, .  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March, 1902. '  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  DON'T KNOW Mineral Claim, situated in tha  Kettle  River Mining   Division   of   Yala  District.  Where Located :.     Smith's    camp,    neat  Boundary Falls.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Geo. R. N2den^ . .,..  Free Miner's Certificate No. 416S5B, and '-  Sydney M. Johnson; Free Miner's Cer  tificate No. 8120B . intend sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to th��  mining recorder for a certificate of improve  ment for the purpose of obtaining a crown  grant for above claim.   ,   '.;.  And further take notice that action  undei       ?A  cectlon '37.must* be commenced before the issuance of.such.certificate of improvements.    .    Dated this 15th day of February, A. D., "1902.        r  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "No. 2" and "No. 3" Mineral Claims altuata in  he Kettle River Mining Division of Yala  District. ' .. i ...  Where located :   In- Crow Point Camp on  James Creek.       '     ���-  TAKE NOTICE , that I. Isaac il Hallatt  as agent for John Donglass, Frej Miner's  Certificate No. 40253, James Atwoo I Fret  Miner's Certificate No. B402t>5, Arthur il, Pelly  Free Miner's Certificate No. B18275 and i erald  T. Hodgson, Free Miner's Certificate No, U4049C  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining Recorder forS Certificates of Im  provements, for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action undet  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 4thday of April, A. D,, 1902.  1. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To  George D. Edwards, and to any perso i or persons to whom he may  have tra.i     rred his  interests in the "Uncle Sam" in*: ural claim  dnd "'First Chance"   mineral  Claim, both  situate in Skylark Camp in the Kettle Rivet  Mining Division of Yale District, British  Columbia  You arc hereby notified that I have caused^),  be expended f205.0O to hold  the said mineral  claims under the Mineral Act, that the pro-'  portion you should contribute for your undivided one-Uiird interest In each of the above claims  is $68.33, and If within ninety days from the first  publication of this  notice you fail or refuse tc  contribute the said sum of $68,33, which is now  due, with all costs of advertising, your interest  in each of the said mineral claims will become  the property of me, the  undersigned, one of  your co.owners, under section fonr of an Act  entitled the  "Mineral   Act  Amendment  Act,  1900."  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, the 25th day of  March, A. D., 1903.  EMANUELE PASTRON E  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  m  'Ml  4  1  ]!���:  the M  *i  ABERDEEN Mineral claim, situated   in   ._.  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located:   In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTIE that  we, John D. Norrish  Free Miner's C ertificate No.  B41333, A.,  E. Cross, Free Miner's  ertificate No B4060S and'  Lonis  Bryant,  Free Miners   Certificate    No.  B40625 intend, sixty days from the date herec f  to appl*y to the mining recorder for a certi-  cate of improvements for the purpose of obtai.  ing a crown grant of the above claim.  And further take  notice that action, uude  section 37, must be commenced before the i  suance of such certifictte of improvem   tnt -  Oated this 26th dav of April, A. D., 1902.     /"  h ��  TH$ BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  :t  Local and Personal.  E. J. Wilson has returned from atrip  to Colorado. *  50 Pants patterns to choose from at  Mitchells.  F..J. Finucane paid Rossland a business visit this; week.  Ii'. X.. Smith and* wife of Anaconda  are spending* a holiday in the coast  cities.  Last week Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Boles  left for Calg-ary* where Mr.' Boles will  engage in ranching*.  Born���At Greenwood, B. C, on the  25th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. C. W.  Wilson, a daughter.  On Monday June 16, I<ee Way and  Yee Lee sold their store and business  Tn^Camj^McTKinney^to"*r6^Dan;  Mr. and Mrs. Clive Pringle leaue ou  Monday for Coburg, Ont. They will  spend the summer in the east.  Herbert Redpath has fully recovered from the injuries received during  the recent accident at the Mother Lode  mine.  C. W. Chesterton of the Bank of  Montreal staff leaves on Monday to  spend his holidays in Duluth, St. Paul  and Minneapolis.  Miss Hawkins, book keeper for the  Hunter-Kendrick company, left this  week on a six weeks' vacation in  Minneapolis.  Capt. Gifford of the Hall Mines  smelter was here this week to examine  the Emma from which mine ore is  being shipped to the smelter.  Mr. and Mrs. James A. Russell left  on Monday for the coast where they  will spend a well earned holiday. This  is the first vacation taken by Mr.  Russell since he started business in  Greenwood over five years ago.  Miss Gaunce and Miss Tye left on  Monday for the coast. Miss Gaunce  returned to her home in Seattle while  Miss Tye will visit friends in New  Westminister before returning to New  York. The young ladies made many  warm friends during their brief stay  in the city.  Charlie Wilson got a mascot for the  Rossland races. A bright little daughter arrived at his home on Wednesday  morning. The boys were somewhat  disappointed because they had arranged to change his sign from C. W.  Wilson & Co., to Wilson & Son.  Sydney M. Johnson, city .engineer,  went over to Nelson and Rossland this  week.  The city schools were closed for the  summer vacation this week.  Quite a large number of people left  on the special Uain for the Coronation  celebration at Rossland on Thursday.  Born���At Greenwood, B. C, on the  18th inst., to Mr. and Mrs. George F.  Doughtery, a daughter.  George Doughlery, the popular secretary of the Miners' Union is wearing  a bright smile these days. He is now  the proud ^father of a daughter who  arrived on Tuesday evening.  YOUNG  Patchen  Mrs. Tilsou of Bracebridge, Ont.* is  visiting her sister Mrs.. C. -3D. Shaw.  She will return east on Monday.  ,.'Mrs. Simmons, mother of Dr. Simmons and his two sisters are here  visiting Htm from Fredricton, N. B.  W. G. H. Belt, manager of the Bank  of B. N. A. and accountant Foster of  the Bank of Commerce are spending  their holiday oh the West Fork and in  the Similkameen.  ��� Dr. A. O., McRae went over to Rossland on Saturday last to occupy the  pulpit of the Presbyterian church on  Sunday.  JR.  This celebrated,horse will stand  for the season at  SIDLEY  Terms for the season $10.00 or will  nsure for $10,00 if paid for in advance  money to be returned if mare not in  foal.  Pasturage $5.00 a month.  Young G. M. Patchen, Jr., is a  bright bay with black points. Stands  16 hands high and weighs 1286 pounds.  The pedigiee of this horse can be  seen by applying to the undersigned.;  YEB.KIRBY,  SIDLEY, B..C.  THE1 BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  ���tlfilfi  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pore Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel���-���  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��*  <��*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  e*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest..  ..$8,000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcona. and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Gborob A. Drommond.  Generall Manager :   E. S  Clooston.  Branches in London, Eng. ^ct^V^Sak.f. New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Steriling** Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available In any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  *-5  I.-0  **��=2  wMmmMimmmmMmmimMmM  OFfPMERCE  With Which Is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA;  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO. 1  Capital, $8,000*000.       -      Rest, $2^000,000  HON. CEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER, General Mansrer '  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  m  *���-   *  $ .                                                            ;-'-������:������������-���-':���*-���!  I P. BURNS & CO.    I  * * * ���  *. -                                                       .*..*,..              .  a  * . * ��� :  -.:���������   *  **,*������* -*-.'*  * * ..*.������*  5 Wholesale and Retail Meat                   f  .Merchants.  Markets at:   Greenwood, Grand Forks, Midway, and Phoenix.  ����*��*��*��**����e����**��f***��#��****0*0*��*o*��*��(*������**9��*��0��0e^S  Excursion cRatesEast  CANADIAN  JumSs  RAILWAY  May 26, 30, June 29  July 2, 3, 4*  From  Rossland.  Trail,   Nelson and  intermediate points.  To Minneapolis 544.50  Chicago 64.SO  Detroit 77.00  Toronto      89.30  Montreal 100.00  Corresponding* reduction from all  Kootenay points. .Usual diverse  routes. Meals and berths included on  Canadian Pacific lake steamers.  Throncb bookings to Enrope ria all Atlantic  lines.  E. REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood, B. C.  Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre oi the ���*-*:  Boundary Creek District.    It is the supply point for the B  Mining camps.    From  the city roads lead to Greenwood. B  Deadwood,   Copper,  Summit,   Long Lake, Skylark, White B  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps. B  Robt. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood H  ^mmmfmmmmmmmmttmfmttmmtwmmiim  ~s      For prices of lots and other  ^S      information address   1    The James Cooper Mfg. Co,,    1  *#-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEG-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -*-��  | Tnfler$oil��$ergeatit  1     ~macftitiery~  ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE   3  UPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM-   =|  PRESSORS ... ^  B BOILERS, HOISTS, PUWPS, Etc. COMPLE?FE^EK^DustPMENTS =��  ��T     Ateats For T6e Bullock Diamond Drffls. - stock carried in rossland. '   **2S  ��= R. H. e. mcRallv. Rossland, B. e. ~�� ��*^5****-w^^  li'  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  MY!  i  We are prepared to do your  DEVELOPING, PRINTING and MOUNTING  ���i  and guarantee to you in every instance        only  -^ FIRST-CLASS WORK���  Oar facilities for giving the best results are unequalled in the  .... Boundary.  Complete Line of Photo Supplies and Eastmen Kodaks.  Dominion Express Orders Sold and Cashed.  ���BOOKS, PAPERS, PHOTO SUPPLIES, ETC.  Surething Sports.  How Rossland Treated the Visitors  From the Boundary.  The Greenwood libse'teai-ii arid  their  friends.returned, early Friday morning*  ��� from attendance at the alleged celebration .in- Rossland.    The event was  ' at first iutended to celebrate the' coronation  of King Ed-ward but when the  yiews came  of His  Majesty's  serious  rillness the'celebration; was spoiled to a  very larg-e extent.    Instead of calling  off the sports  entirely' the committee  en charge decided to  carry  out   the  progromme   but   evidently    with   the  ;.' determination that the  visitors'   would  have no chance of winning^ any of the  -substantial  prizes.     The scheme, was  is ancient as it was unsportsmanlike.  It   was   the confidence game  that  is  usually   worked in a backwoods town  -���where   the* money   is    considered   of  ���greater     importance     than    genuine  sport.    Hose .teams   went   oyer from  Greenwood and Gran d Forks and the  Trail and War Eagle  teams  were also  ������there,* under the* impression that they  :'  would all have an  equal  chance and  that the best team  would  win.     But  Rossland instead of running- its own  team had  three men from Nelson and  only two  Rossland men.'    Tlie other*  teams naturally objected  to running  against a combination   team.     They  protested to the judges.   Mr.'Davis of  the War Eagle mine, one of the judges  .   wanted    the    Rosslahd-Nelson    team  ruled  ofE   but  Mr.   Rolf    and. Chief  Guthrie" of "Tth"��T Ro^la^" f iredepart-  ment refused to rule the team off.   The  other four teams refused to run and  there were no hose races.  When it is considered that the Rossland team received the most courteous  treatment at celebrations in other  towns and* that after all visitors from  a distance are entitled to if anything  greater consideration, it is difficult to  see tlie wisdom of the course which the  Rossland people pursued. They  adopted the only possible way of keeping- the Rossland money at home but  that is more than counterbalanced by  loss of reputation.  In justice to the people of Rossland it  should be said that the great majority  of them were indiganf-at the conduct  of the committee in charge of the  races. Mayor Clute called'the visitors  together and apologized for the. treatment they had received. He said that  the general celebration committee of  which he waschairman would endeavor  Auditorium,   -   Greenwood,  .'* MONDF  J  a-HT  > ��� 6        X J  B. E-  ill!.  to pay the expenses of outside teams  as an act of justice to those who had  been *��o unfairly (.mated, -' Tin.' Groeii-  vrood boys are loud in their prah-es of  the War E:ig-le team sind llieir inai.1-  r.ijLf��i* Mr. .Tonkins. They lo some kx-  U-iii: preserved the reputation of the  city tip Kossland by extendir.r;* every  courtesy lo Ihe visitors. The coiuluoi  of the War Iva^le iad-Jies was a picas-  iny* contrast to that of the Russian*!  team.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT &��� SHAW  Bakki;*  ���r-ii-ts, Soucitoks,  Notariks Public.  C:i1.ip. A'cUlres.*- :   ������*Haulett."  Codes  ) Bedford .M'Keill's   Greenwood.  1 Moreiuy & Ni-al's  t I.eiber's,  t. H.   IIALLBTT.  s. c.  II. C. SHAW.  ftflO��,EOD & BROWN  Barristers and Sowcitoks,  ...: .  NotarDCs Public,' Etc.  Oftices:' "iVaUa'co-"Miller block,' Cupper street,  ' " . ferceiiwootl, V,.C.  J. Ii. Enowx. J. P. McLeod.  CHARLES-AE. SHAW,  .  ClVII, .���EWGINUiCR,  ;.     ���*.,- .Dominion    and";  Provincial  ..,,, - La^d.. S.-oi^vi-fyoK.,    GREE.VWOOD,    ;       :       .-       .-    E.    C.  A,  E. ASHCROFT. ���  '���:.*."������   *'".'.'   '������:'��� ' '���*, Dominion a'ltl'.-; "���'������>-.  ��� Aa a provincial Land Surveyor  ���   Mining and Engineering. Surveys.  :*;*,-   *..Underground.Work a Specialty.  "Wood Block {next Cnst-ims office.)      '.**  GREENWOOD. B. C.  -_l^  Look io ma  v<  ���?VP  lIJJjlt��n*,lB4iUM4.1Ull.��  m ui. ja^o^r-h^'iu  WHAT THE PRESS SAYS  Toronto Evening Globe, March; 19,  1901: "Miss Flaiiisra.ii earned tbe  rounds.of ;-applause that she received;;  The iii'unbers "rendered.'by her were  quite as well done as anything-*'.'she  has yet simp in Toronto, and that  is sayiug a great deal. Miss Flaingan  has  a. grand--future  before her."    /  Springhill   News    atid    Advertiser:  "Mi^_:,,y?,*^g^^_.^S*Maig'i1r.ll���i- hasj..._ia  sweet, full and tremulous mezzo-soprano voice and proved to be a host  in herself ���  '*������..*���  Halifax Herald : Miss Flanigan  sang two beautiful solos, and made  an  excellent impression  onsmt an fMiciii.  \*fheti *vour cyok dim ami ���tvlteii *you canuo.t coii-  ,    tiiiiie for'aiiy leiijnii of time i*>;r(,v,r*u*d small  " object;*, as in rciitlinjr. '    ' ���   ���'��� .'���   , ', '��� !���' ���  W'licin you iiivoln'ul'arily -frown or pariiyclosu  tki.*:'evt.*s vvlion UioU'iti'.r :it :ni object.  When thiiurs "swim" or liccouie dim sifter be-  iii'jr looked aL.forsome time.; *���"������.**.,.* "���"���   .'*��� *.'������  Milan the oyc-s nclie, smart or watur; when  yntii- eyiilids <ret iull.-iinecl often, or when  you have pain in Uie eye tall, orbit, ton-pies  or lorehead.  ���\Vlien you have any nervous .deraup^empii'tthat  _^.2*.P. "Jennet.otherwise:u*x<Hn*,t for, _A__[..    __  Don't let the matter of e.\|)eiise.lccep you  from  .  visiltiii/f ns.   Sijrlii .is as precious tn you as*  ���������..life  itwell'.  and   wo* test  the tiycs   l**'ee   of  '���   ."' cliarpc.  "Pi*  H  MILtEE BEOS,.  Toronto . Mail and Empire":"''Tlie  gems pf the evening were the recitations given by Miss Marietta La  Dell,  an   elocutionist of  rare ability  Telegram :"The     feature of     the  evening's   .entertainments was    the  delightful readings of   our Canadian  elocutionist,    Marietta    La Dell  :>#��*3n::*7"S'lit �����������*�����  Pishing  Tackle  A complete stock of every-  ����� Headquarters for  ���*  *  ��*  *  ���a  ��  *  ��  �� thing in that line,reasonable  ft  * prices.  ft I    II    ���   ������! ���  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ftftftftft *����#��##��***<��#���***#****  3. C. ���o!es,  Books,   Stationery,   Office  Supplies, etc.  Kodaks and Materals, etc. etc.  Phone No. 33.  Moncton, N. 0., Transcript :"Miss  La Dell has the lui-ppy faculty snrl  rare knack of taking a house by  storm. She has only been equaled  by   Siddons.  Reserved Seats. 50 cts.   Gallery  25,  *,t�� �� # �� * is $ * i',i ft #��;?-���:* *-.! * ss * -a * >:-" ft  IH. A. KING &  [fv-ilrj-.l  *  must    .  reduce their  large  stock   o��  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  They offer Brrgains  I Shannon Files,  |    Blank BooKs,  I       Inlis 01 all lviiicis, ,  I Typcvriler Paper,  1 .Writing. Materals.  ���*  H. A. KING t GO.  ftftft*ft*Sf*4irr��-i!5!��#*#ft*����*l>*C'5r��-A  ^T  AND ���.JEWELERS,  wm��Wih��*����ii)t���� *w��ntriju:iframato<: v-rnannrt. .wmnnitiiaa'Pi-i nxazttvn  ,  i-. -It��; -st if--a a *;."��� a -Sr ;:i *���**�����* Si* ;:;* k ��-i!' *�� ���:���  05E OF MDSROE'S  CIGARS.  g   THE.BEST JvlNEB IN  CIGARS;  TOBACCOS  ifld CIGARETTES  r  ��. ���      Newspapers,     Periodicals        .J  :J:        J Stationery. J*  I A Full Line Cliolcc Candy |  II,  ���>*  *t-   Copper Street. Greenwood.   5  :j��'1-  is m  1 tn  tess  \k  ��  *&  r  i-  Is we believe second to none for  style,  finish and durability/  and  cannot  be  duplicated at the price,  We have just opened up several   cases  and invite .your inspection,  *M'^3fHOMUnN*tn(KM��UnV   AWI  Special'Line ::;of;:  ?>   ? ��*?>  TIP H ��  a  ais  in Black, White and Tan,  i~#f.  |��l  1   11 ii 1 I if  "STRONGEST'IN THE WORD"  Assets . . $304,568,063.49 Surplus .  . $66,137,170.01  605-60C-'f)07 ]3inpire State Building*, -- Spokane, Wash.  CHARLES T. K!PP, Cashier.  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801, *  fB* 4 ����* 4- 4* * # ���*��� 4* 4 4- i- & #��� * # ���.������fr * ir <%��l? *^S  -���-.ft  ��5��  :tt^*  r f     rvjj A T'  ���WFi '   THfl  WJULL   illiil  Is what they all say about  BE' NEW:"GEM SAFETY RAZOR,  Impossible   to  cut  the   facej   shaves  easily, quipkly and cleanly.  *'  *���  *  *  Illustrated booklot.free.       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