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A new railway trestle has been extended along  side and beyond the building, This  trestle has an elevation which permits  of ore bunkers underneath. The ores  from the bunkers pass directly into the  crusher without extra handling which  means a great saving in labor. Other  labor saving devices have been introduced. Some important improvements  have been made around the furnace.  The wooden floor has been removed  and an iron floor replaces it. Other  protections against fire have been introduced. A pumping station , has  been established at Boundary creek  aud a large force pump placed therein.  This can be used as an auxiliary to the  flume and will also prove effective iu  case ot fire.  The machinery has all been overhauled and placed in shape so that  when the sampler and crusher are  placed in position it is expected that  everything will run as smoothly as  clock work.  * In visiting the smelter, the first  thing that strikes one is the successful  way in which the various parts have  been constructed to avoid frequent  handling of ore or carrying it a long  distance. The ore cars will pass directly above the crusher into which the  ore passes by gravitation without  handling. From the crusher it passes  into the ore bins, convenient to the  furnace in a j similar way, so that the  least possible amount of labo~r will be  be required at this smelter.  The delay in securing the samplei  aud crusher makes it impossible to  state definitely when tne smelter will  be blown in but* it is safe to say that it  will noc be later than July 1st.  the "sad death of the late Capt. Howe,  who was superintendent at the time he  met his death, Mr. A. W. Boyd, the  old Superintend has been in charge of  the works, and under his direction.  After the completion of a station and  sump at bottom of the shaft, a depth  of ISO ft., a drift was run in a northerly direction for twenty six feet,  when the ore body was encountered,  the vein is between three and four feet  wide well mineralized, free gold being  plainly .visible, and in parts quite a  quantity of the yellow metal.  It may be rembered that last year,  Mr. Boyd openpd up a body of ore in  the winze, about 150ft.' to the north of  the present workings. Since the Company has been re- organized, (the stock  being made assessable), in order to  give the necessary funds for pushing  development, with the -very satisfactory results now attained. Mr. Boyd  has been connected with the working  of the property for some time and has  thoroughly studied the breaks and  faults in the vein, he is now satisfied  he has in sight over 1000 feet of the  vein without a break and is most sanguine of the ultimate success of the  mine.'  The strike has caused no little stir  in the cam p. where times have been  for some time very vuiet, and it is  hoped that the good showing on the  Waterloo, may lead to work being resumed on Ihe Fontenoy, whose sideline is little more than one hundred  feet east of the first named claim.  #-�����*##���������#���* �����>���*## #��:##.*-**#*#��#  *  ft  ��  *��  ���a  �����  �����  *  ���a  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  ft  ��  e  ft  ��  ft  ft  ��  Rich Waterloo  Strike.  Camp McKinnkv, B. C, May  22.���(Special to the Times.)���A  rich -strike was made at the ISO  foot level on Waterloo today. A  drift on this level ran into a  vein of rich ore in which the free  gold can he distinctly seen. The  vein is fully three feet in width  and is widening out. The strike  has caused considerable excitement here as the showing is the  best ever uncovered in the  Waterloo,  ftftftftftft��ft��^��ftft#aft��ftftft**ft��#ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  -ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��  ft  ft  ft  ft  ��� ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ANOTHER REPORT  Camp McKinney, May 22, 1902.���A  very : important strike has been made  on the Waterloo, claim, on which development work has been progressing  during the last three months.   Since  "After thirty years experience in the  mining camps of the west, I can con-  tjdeiilly say that I never saw more  promising ground than the ridge between Twin creek and Providence  creek immediately below Greenwood"  said an old prospector this week. "I  have examined the ground thioughly  and it affords a most promising field  for one who is looking for high grade  propositions The veins are narrow  but they are numerous and well defined and it cannot be a difficult matter  to lind high grade ore in any part of  the hill. I cannot understand why  people should be anxious, to rush 'to  Thunder Mountain and elsewhere  when right at home is ground that is  as promising as anything in that much  advertised district. I was in the  Thunder Mountain country years ago  and know what I am talking about."  This opinion is shared by a good  many people and is being confirmed  by recent development work. The  Providence is looking better each day  and Mr. Fowler has a large quantity  of high grade ore ready for shipment.  The same is true of the Elkhorn.  Messrs. Smith and Longly arc getting  out considerable ore and a shipment  will be mde to the local smelter next  week.  Bob. Donagin   has  a claim up Twin  creek,   immediately   above    the   Gold  Finch.    The claim is rather unique in  as much  as it  has a  spring of clear  sparkling water from which  there is a  large   and   steady   flow  all  the   year  round.      Mr.   Donagin   thought     the  water  would  prove valuable since he  believed that the people of Greenwood  would prefer pure spring water to that  of Twin creek.    While waiting for the  city to buy  his water he thought he  would look for high   grade ore, the  claim   being in  the  high  grade belt.  He started work last week  and succeeded  in uncovering a ledge which  looks  as promising as anything that  has been found in the camp.  C. Scott Galloway and Peter Lover  are busy hunting for a ledge nearer  the city.   They are doing some surface  They have not succeeded in striking a  ledge yet but are hopeful that they  will do so.  There are several people after a  lease on the Gold Bug one of D. W.  Holdbrook's properties. Mr, Holbrook  is away in the Thunder Mountain  country. Several letters have been  sent to him and it is possible that one  of the applicants may secure a lease  on this ground. The G. A. R. and  other properties of the B. C M. & M.  Co., and also well worth looking for  high grade ore.  EHOLT ECHOES.  From our own correspondent.  While we have not been making  much of a splurge of late, our town  has not been standing still by any  means, Quite recently Mr. Kaiser the  proprietor of the Commercial Hotel,  completed two fine dwellings  on Barclay ave. and is at .present  erecting a very nice residence on Columbia avenue, to be occupied by W.  Woodhouse, who has lately come from  Trail, to take charge of the C. P. R*  shops.  Messrs. Paulson & Bilton, also in  the employ of the C. P. R. are building residences for themselves. In fact  this place is rapidly becoming a railway town, whereas this time last year  it was purely a mining town, so that  when the mines in this vicinity, such  as the B. C, Rathmullen, Oro Denoro,  Emma, & etc., start working again we  shall be in a very enviable position,  being both a railway and mining  center.  The people of Eholt are very much  dissapointed and disgusted at the  escape of the prisoners from tne Greenwood jail, last Monday night. 'Mr.  Torney and Judge Rendell spent considerable time and money in securing  the arrest of these men, and then for  them to simply walk out of prison, and  across the line is very annoying. The  negligence which has been displayed  somewhere should be certainly remedied.  On Sunday morning last another  robbery was committed here, but the  the robber made his escape before he  could be arrested. The want of a pro-  vincal policeman is greatly felt, and  we cannot but think that if Mr.  Darraugh was stationed af Eholt, instead of Phoenix it would be a much  more satisfactory arrangement' than  at present.  Mr. Evans, in doing' assessment  work on the "May", in Sriimmit camp  struck what appears to be a very good  grade of copper ore. This claim adjoins" the B. C. on the'East'ahd isdis-  tant 2 miles from Eholt,  Mr. Sweeny of the Eholt Trading Co  has gone on atrip to the coast.  PASTOR LEAVING  A special meeting of the Kootenay  Presbytery was held in the Phoenix  Presbyterian church on Tuesday the  20th. inst, to consider the Rev. J.  Millar's resignation. There were  present Rev. D. Wright of Nelson,  Rev. J. Robertson of Grand Forks,  Rev. W. Calder of Columbia, Rev. J.  Millar of Phoenix, and Rev. Dr. Mac-  Rae of Greenwood. After Mr. Millar  and the commissioners from the congregation had been heard Presbytery  most regretfully accepted the resignation.  On the first of Iune Mr. Millar  preaches his farewell sermon. The  pulpit will be declared vacant on the  8th of that month.  Dr. MacRae was appointed moderator of the vacant confregation.  Rey. Mr. Millar goes to Calgary to  supply for Dr.-Herdman during June.  Great regret is expressed -on all hands  at the departure of this highly esteemed clergyman who during his residence in Phoenix made warm friends  notonly in his own congregation, but  among the residents of Phoenix and  Greenwood as well.  IJ  ft  L,L  VERY  Two   Provincial   Prisoners  Make Good Their Escape.  U  Liberated by an Accomplice From the  Outside.  In the quaint language of officialdom  A Court of Assize' Nisi Prius, Oyer  and Terminer, and General Gaol  Delivery will be holden in the City of  Greenwood, at eleven o'clock in the  forenoon, on Monday the 19th day of  May." [The general Jail delivery took  place in a very informal way and possibly an effort would have been to meet  the other requirements of the notice in  the same manner had they been written  in plain every day English. On Saturday last Court Stenographer Brydges  reached here and Constable Young  brought over two prisoners from  Nelson to stand their trial at the court  on Monday. They were Hayes and  Stewart charged with' burglarizing  Torney's store at Eholt.1 The learned  Judge was delayed and notice was sent  to registrar McMynn to adjourn the  the court until Friday of this week  which was done"  -Now the two prisoners should have  been kept in close confinement in the  cells at the Provincal Police jail, but  there is a rather congested state of  affairs down there. The building is  small and there are no less than four  officials with offices there. There is  William Grahame McMynn, who has  offices to numerous to mention; F. M.  Elkins sheriff, James S, Birnie, clerk,  and Geo. Cunningham, deputy mining  recorder and police constable.  None of these gentlemen are too  greatly blessed, with ayordupois, in  fact outside, of Mr. Cunningham who  is fast getting fat and good natured,  the bunch hover round the ragged edge  of tenuity. But even thin men jtake  up space and when four officials and  their desks are placed in the jbuilding  there is very little space left, save the  cells. But there are thousands of offi-  cialdocument* to be-kept'there;���=--"  New  goods  Mitch-tils.  at   reduced  prices   at  mst  M*.  amined the various corners of the cells  but could find no ont', and coming to  the conclusion that they must have  escaped through the key hole, he gave ^  the alarm. All the Provincal officers^ -Aof.  In the various towns were notified and** $-||**,  the sheriffs on the other side, but ?^*tgj  Hayes and Stewart arc still breathing ^J||��  the air of liberty. How they got out-t^p^y  can only be surmised. As there is n��i^*^  jailer or night ��� watch man at the city*-* 1$Sfg"f  hall, an accomplice secured keys that J|C4J  would fit the lock, and thus liberated^ _|��"  the prisoners, taking the precaution to $3^  relock the doors after them.  The   moral   of  this   little   story is1  *   t  Provincal    government  plain.  should  able Court house and jail in the City  of Greenwood  \m  The  lose  no time tn erecting a suit-^^  7  Assize Court.  JY4  Opened by Mr. Justice Walkem  Morning.  this  *35*^  -*���*-**���:  ������a***,  , Ji  "���wi  ml  ->M  w  ttl  4  m  work on a claim above the hospital,  REWARD.  Wanted to know the whereabouts of  David Henderson of Greenwood, B. C.  Last heard of December, 1901. Reward  given by communicating with T. H,  Henderson, Fairview, B. C.  When every other nook and corner was  filled, the cells had to be used and they  have been converted into rather unsatis  factory vaults for the preservation of  state papers. A larger and more  suitable government building is of  course needed but that is another  subject.  When constable Young arrived with  his prisoners, the Province had . no  place to keep them and the City lock  up was placed at the disposal of Ihe  Provincal officers.  The City cells are evidently not  built to keep prisoners. Greenwood  being certaintly an extremely law  abiding town, it was doubtless considered that any kind of cell would do  in the City and long before this  the government would have built a  strong jail to keep the bad men that  came from Eholt, and other uncivilized  places. The City cells have a unique  record, and any prisoner who remained  there for more than 24 hours was considered a very dull fellow, while he  who staid 'confined until committd to  a common jail was looked upon as a  veritable chump.  But Hayes and Stewart were placed  in the city cells on Saturday afternoon  because there was no other place to  put them. The bars were placed in  position, doors were securely locked  and Provincial and city police solemnly I  resolved that no more prisoners would  escape from the city cells.'  Alex Currie city driver and special  polceman was deputized to feed the  prisoners. He did so on Sunday  and Monday and early Tuesday morning he walked in with the cheery*"well  boys here's your breakfast. He unlocked the doors, let down bars and  marched boldly into the cells, but no  boys were   there.   He- minutely   ex-  His Lordship,  Mr   Justice Walkem  arrived in the city: by *���. esterday after-A ffiti  noon's train and opened the court of %'  assize at eleven o'clock this morning, Jv  Today, having bee'grfg5clairaed a public- ^-^^  holiday,  after../a-dBfgSpiig   the   grand 5"i"* '  jury and handing'THem the indictments^  in the criminal cases   adjourned   the  court until ten.o'clock Monday .remarking in doing so that he had  no intention of interfering   with  the arrangements for the celebration.  There was a large attendance present.   In addition to  a dozen lawyers  in wig and gown and the court officials  there was a large number of witnesses^-^V  and  spectators. ���    The    grand    jury  selected G*   Arthur Rendell, J. P.i of  ort^  Eholt,. as their, foreman    The follow-   **$$Im  ing is the list. *.-m.  ^  .White,   Milton   D,   Grand   Forks; J-fe  Rendell, George Arthur.Eholt; Murray -y  Hugh, Thoniet, C    L . Midway; Garland, T.. A.,  Anaconda; Gulley, T.'M  McCreath, Jas., Ferguson, A.  S. M.,  Jacobs,* E , Barrett,  L. S. M.'-^i-j.  and King, H. A., Greenwood. "f >"*���$*  : His lordship began Ins address to theAiJ:  jury by * congratulatinc* Greenwood i 'g^p  upon the fact that not one of the cases t ^���*  on the list original ed here. He briefly  reviewed the different criminal cases,*,  and gave instructions to the-jury. TheVl^i^L^  learned judge then referred to the re^y|Mj||  markable development made in this^pSfj  section of the province This was^if^  pratically the only part of the province, fj)^  he had rot heretofore visited and the ^-^p  many evidences of development and j***^  prosperity were, a revelation to him. j^y  He dealt in an  interesting way with" ^  . **���' ��  the"wonderful*=*development in mining***-*jT��ii;  since the ' golden days of Cariboo and^ -jvS  paid a glowing tribute to the class of*-^  men who are risuallj found in miniug'i\^  districts. In closing he referred to the'4**^  recent escape of prisoners, suggested J*?J,  to the grand jury that they should ^-f^  investigate the matter and that-he^ 'j��"$\  would be pleased to receive a present-"*--;^  merit   from them  on this   and   otherkl-  matters which they might deem worthy w-*#j  of consideration. ^  -^ ^  After  arranging the work for next     xj^il  week the court was   then  adjourned ���.*$ y3  until Monday at ten o'clock.  Among those in attendance at court  are W. H. P. Clemen t, barrister, Grand  Forks; A. C. Sutton, b irnster, Grand  P. T. McCalliun, and D H. Rice,  Grand Forks; Police Magistrate Johnson, Grand Forks, and Police Constable Diiismore, There are several  cases to be heard and the court will  probable ait the whole of next week.  TOMORROW'S CELEBRATION  V-*%1  *$&  M  y-^a,  for the ^[$M  A v-p H*-  Everything i�� in readiness  big      celebration      tomorrow,  weather which  threatened during the^CiS,  week cleared up to day and the pros-^ffw  pects  of a   fine   day   are excellent. ^ifS,  Rossland, Grand Forks and Phoenix&S*-|g��l  are sending big delegations to the cel-^jfW"*  ebratioli.    The committee have every >^Ss>jjl  thing arrar ged for a big day's sports.2'"?-��^<  COPPER RISING  Advices from New York convey the  satisfactory intelligence that copper is -\  going up aad the market looks bright.  "M  New goods direct from Great Britain  just arrived at Mitchells the Tailor.  -JI  F     -4-  t -se.  '    ���**  -._*.     *\',    '  ���* .w *.  .     ******  v **    A*  '-&<-> . &  THE   BOUNDARY   CRBEK TIMES.  Grand For Si s ��     ��     Martin Euri-elf, Prop.  Maple*-, Elms, "tinclen, Mountain Ash, Coldlpis, Cul-1< .if JSircli.  A line M-loclioii of ilouurniK sluiibs, iiicliiilliifr rrcnch anil Pci sun Tjilacs, K-, dt.uitre.is, Snowballs, Spuc.is Ho'-e'; etc  SpcciilK seliLtert sli im of r-.ivn tri.iss Sucl.   ri.utTrees   Him- liiiMus. Sli.iw beirj   riants  .11 il Asp u aj us Kools  SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL ORDERS.  V  .L n  puuxn 2"*  CJje  Tit  Boundary Creek- nines  Issued everv Friday  Duncan Ross  ���MAr-AGiM*.. IJdi rolt*  SUUSCKU**TIONS l"X ADVAKCC.  Pi k Yi.ak  Sit Mo> ins  To rom ic.J. Coun rnri.1  S2 00  1 25  2 ��0  -TKIDAY, MAV 23,   150-  THE RIGHT SPIRIT.  Aid. Caulfield'-**, reinaiks are very  refreshing-after the seas>ou of gmxnb-  ling and complaining which Bntish  Columbia has passed thiough. The  people have lacked faith in themselves,  in their province and its magnificent  resources. Instead of having confidence in the province and defending it  against the often unmerited criticisms  of outsiders they have joined in the  jortis of those who sang nothing but  jin songs,  fat is wanted is men of Mr.  dulfield'sc stamp who has faith in  the province and who loses no oppoi  tunity to remove evil impressions.  What is true of the province generally,  is also true locally. If the people  would only stop grumbling and all  pull together with the impression that  things are not half as bad as the pessimists painted them,- wondeiful improvement could be vviought in a vci}1*  short time. .. ,i  After all an organized band of  boosters can help the game a great  deal more than a rabble of knockers  and the game of developing the  resouices of the piovince and settling  it v-iith happy and contented people is  well worth boosting.  There is room enough here foi millions of people and wealth enough to  keep theni'Conifortdble The people  are anxious to come here and make  their homes in the west. It should be  an easy matter to get them hete, if  British Columbian***, would pull together and quit quaireiliiig among  themselves  AN OBJJBCT_L,ESSON.,  COMPULSORY EDUCATION.  The public schools will icopen on  Monday ne\t aflei having, been closed  for some time on -recount of an epidemic, of measles. Previous to closing the  achools, the aUeud.mce was small and  uiegiihii. due to some extent to the  natural learof i disagreable infection,  but this irregular attendance is in a  large measure -Accounted for bj' the indifference of some patents and their  neglect in sending their childieu lo  school. It is important from a public  standpoint, that vall children should  have at least a common school education and laws hive been made so that  indifferent earents may be punished  for neglecting one of the most import  dill matters in the upbringing of their  children. The city h*e& a financial in-  terest in  seeing this law enforced.  Under the provisions of the school  Act which I jriaces the l espou&ibility  ior the maintenance of the schools on  the-citiea,-"-tho government assists_the  municipalities to the exent of a $20  capita grant which is based on the attendance at school. Evety child of  school age who absents himself from  attendance al the public^ schools inflicts a direct loss.of ��20 annually ou  the city gThc only remedy-against  negligent parenls'ancl, wayward children is to "eufpice the compulsory  clauses os the school act. This the  board of school trustees intend to do.  A truant oilicer will be appointed who  willhaveinstructions to'strictly enforce  the act. When he does this, otlendeis  wilj find that it is an expensive matter  to violate law   lu   this ' regard.   The  !"-**"  penalty on fiist conviction is So. and  this fine is doubled on every subsequent conviction. It is hoped that  there will be no necessity for taking  extreme me-tsuies, but if from no other  tlian a finaiicial'ieason the attendance  of all childien. of school age must be  secured.  The escape of provincial prisoueis  from the city lock up most eloquently  calls attention to he in gent necessity  of a propei public building m this  city. Without discus-sing the disadvantages undei which gold commissioner McM> nn and his sLifl labois  in the piescnt quartei s and the grave  responsibility which tlie government  assumes in allowing li'iuierous important documents to remain in the  present building which is lacking a  fiie proof vault or anv othei means of  security, wc arc bound to .say that unless the admirustiali-jii of  nisticc is to i 8  | <*>  fall   into   diMcpulc,   dangerous   chat- j x  actcr-a awaiti.ig tual   should Joel that* 2  they   are   iiicaiceiateil. in   a buildiup* | S  that  will hold  them  itnlil  their  tiial !  takes place.     It is  a  seiious   matter i  i  that so many prisoners have   so easily  made their escape from   the  city  lock  up acioss the  international   botitid.uy  line.  We are glad to announce that s7.r>00  has been placed in  supphmeiitan csti-,  mates for a jail and court  house  in j 5  Greenwood.    This  sunt is  inadequate   5  to meet  the  cost of the building   re-   2  quired, but it is sufficient for a start   5  and we hope that the government  will' 5  lose no time iri beginning the erection   5  of the building iu Greenwood.    Proper , <\  cells should be  provided in the base-   5  ment of the new building so that there   5  cannot be a recurrence of the informal   A  The Boundary Creek Times joins  the citizens of Greenwood in extending  a cordial welcome lo the many visitors  who are coming oji Victoria day. May  they have a pleasant time and go aw ay  with Ih-TiTupressioii that GieenvTo'bd is"  n hospitable city as well as being the  mining, smelling, coinmeicial and  financial centre of the Boundary  di&tl ict.  SOCIETIES.  -) i* -"i" 1  -_���*���*" c*>,*��j-  BOUNDARV VALLEY LODGE  !**o. 38, 1.0.0. F.  jvIclIs i!\uj 'Xul,iIi\ J.\iiuinjf ,u b.00  111  ilien  lotliri! iOdiu al Vii.ntii. It'll      A   coidi il nnl-  imlon is (Mc-mlcd to .ill sDiouiiinif,' bie'bum  1 it, i> 13  IIoi.mi s, M O     W   ];   r.UTjr, Kcc ***x.c  ���&0000000000-00000000000 0000*  p  Has   opened   his Ice  Cream Parlor al the  in the Clarendon Block-  SOFT DRINKS  general jail delivery which took place , 0  here this week. ! -  Fresh Candies Daily.  A full line of all kinds of  fruits ah.-ajs on hand.  Strawberries now   on   sale   and  receiving dail>.  C V. SEMERAD,  Clarendon Block, ��  0  j*0^0<K>0<><KX><XK><KKK>0<>0<H>00<>00  ��������� ft -4-* ���* �����***a-fti,,-#^  v,-  ! U. A, KING & CO. t  t'r  must  reduce their  large  stock   of  .V  ���00<x*k>0<h>0-ockxk><*'<kk^^ oooo ooooooooo  *^<h>oooooooooooo<>ooooockx>osi'Ooooooooooooo 0000000000000  Established 183 5      Incorporated fcy Royal Charter.  OFFICE SUNDRIES.  They  ollei liirgains  ���in���  CAPITAL,   ^Tl,000,000-$4,866,666.66  Reserve Fuad,^365,000���$1,776,333.33  HEAD  Blank Hooks,  Inks of .ill hinds,  Typewiiier Papci,  IV1 Ring Materals.  * i  .   London England.     H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  J. ELMSLY, Inspector. Montreal  Di.mches ami itrciits In all tlie prliclpil citle1. of Canada and the United States, '  and ���Loucpoiuli tits in .ill jiarU of the world. ,  ;:t I 5$ GREENWOOD BRANCH:  Copper Street.  4;<. ' o��>ooooooooooooooooooooooort*oooooooooooooooociooooooooo ''  V,. i OOOOOOOOOCKKKKJOOOOOOOOOOOOIl OOOOOOOOOOOOOt-OOt'OOOOOOOOO  II. A. KING 4 CO.  Y��*i'��-i't':,,*-+-:-1-  -ir-i'-it -:-�� fr 'i-ii' *.�����>!' ��*;' *���:*-  reuaagbelnets WANTED  Wo Maul at one:!* ti ust" oi 111 \ iiitn and *n omen  in even lo<-.iht\ loul or ti iii'llmp, to uitio-  ilnce ihoa-. diiuniM and Icctp 0111 show caids  .lUdacUcitisiiiir nuliei tn-liud up in toiisincn-  oiis pla-.es lliiou!rl*>oul tlie Iom ii and tonntr*.  'stead-i r-iniitoi incut m ir lonnc'; i.iiiuini'J'itoii oi  ���siiat\, S6S 00 pci'Moiitli and Expenses, not  to OMn-ed15? 50 oi>r d-^v Wnli Toi vaiticularh  I'll aoflici Bu\. T37  International Icdkal Co,, London. Out.  Headquaiteis "foi  '$���**  T  A complete stock of everj**-  thmg* in th.tt lnie,reasonable  puces.  *\-  _v  I % i  1>  ��oIe$t'  -li-       Books,  -3t  tt'OTie/s,   Oflice  f Supplus  etc. ��?  :[    Kodaks atitl Mateuils, etc. etc.    f,  ;r T  Phone "No. 33, *..��.  '--^�����+9^*t?*-!f .!��*<�����?���+���*���.>�����+���*���+���?+���*���+*  -:-��:- w ��t��* <s *$ it >,f fr'ir mss-i--: -i-^,t :*.^w*}|(*'!-!!r'i-  ���-.>-���*,  V  ONE OF MOKROE'S  CIGARS."  THE BEST LIKES iiST  [GAT  and  k  "GARETTE  jS'cAVspipeis.      Ponoclicals  Stalioiiciy 'Ji  A Fall Line Choice Candy!:  ffiOHROE  i  L  \-  Coppei Strei-t  ���'  ���.-���eftsivvvi:!', >','.  ,;  (Ireeuwood.   ,  ���: rj ���'.���ftxi: >��:"t*:'ii'>:i-  : '.^As^s^ssi^sM^'s^^^f^xsf^iseswssrxssxse^i  CARPETS  LKOLEUMS  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  The   largest   hotels  and   finest  residences ia B.C   were i .ir-  mshed bv us throughout  ROS.  YICTORIA, B. C.  On June 1st, we dissolve partnership,  TC. For  the next * 30 days   we - will sell at cost for cash  . "       only,   _- '  Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums^ Etc-:  H,  Copper- Street.  ^1  Sjj,  N1GHJ. $-_  MEAI.S  AT AXL HOURS.  PK1VATJ3 EOOMS  FOR SADIES.  *  - TRY OfJR  COPKE'S .-*���*)  Charles. R.Vttiock,:   ; ^Proj/si  ��* '<    -: y   '"     -    ---      -?  -A%.  y  \ fcV.   *"  ���ft-fc y-.  -. fcfc i *  ��� fc-h ,  *��*��*���"  fctd     *  **���*-���  Have been too busy to tell yi>u about   fefc  fe*Si  their -New Stock,     TC   '  TC ^    TC   fe1*  They will next-week,1 Meantime call_^ *�������  in and look the place over,    TC    TC   ^  �� ��  Times.  siness..  -^4,^4,^,^4,4,4,4,4,^ $ 4"^^4"S"3��4��el����^*^^4��@  31  Dominion Express  Orders sold   and  cashed at Smith & McRae's.  **  +  4*  4*  4*  4*  FINE"  Is what they all say about  ����������>  JS  GEM SAFETY RAZOR, t  t  Impossible   to  cut the   face?   shaves  easily, quickly and cleanly,  niustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  *  McLennaiu   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Merchants,  122 Cordova Street, ** VANCOUVER. B. C.  ^-^4.4^f*o^^c-*r^--|*'^--*|*^^^-^^^^t|,^^^^.g1  J 1'.*  V-  THB BOUNDARY CREEK TIMES  ��tf  No Land Grants to Be Given  Railway Companies.  II  For the Coast-Kootenay and Canadian Northern.  toria. The security is set at a hundred  thousand dollars, work to start in three  months after satisfactory Doinanion  aid. It is exempt from toil nicipal and  Provincal taxation for ten yeard, a.nd  there after g-ivcs 2 per cent of the gioss  eamirig-s in lieu of taxation. Th*c government controls the rates, and the  agreement is void if work is not s'arted  before September 1903.  In the case of MacKenzie & Mann's  road' the subsidy is placed at $50<H) per  mile, conditions otherwise are similar  to the Coast-Kootenay road. Head office for the Pacific diviaofl is to "be at  Victoria,  The opposition regard it as a gieat  victory and a justification of their obstruction of the estimates, inasmuch as  the caBh subsidy was increased but  very little, while the entire and enormous land subsidy was saved to the  province.  Obstruction by the oppoosition, and  Joseph Martin's desire to save at least  the tatters of the platform of the recent convention at Vancouver, combined to force the government to abandon its policy of giving enormous land  grants to railways. Immediately before "the Victoria bye-e'ection the  government announced .that it had  arrang-ed with McKenzie & Mann for  the construction of the Canadian Northern railway.  The ffoverument intended to ask  parliment to ratify an agreement  which gave this railway a cash subsidy of $+.800 for a portion of the road  and $4,000 a- mile for the balance, also  20.000 acres of land per mile for the  road through B. C.  The government held this out as a  bait' to the Victoria electors and they  took the bait. The opposition strong*-  ly opposed this arrangement, claiming  that the subsidies were exhorbitant  and that as MeKenzie aMann were in  any event going to build to the coast,  there was no good reason why such  large subsidies should be granted to  induce them Lto do so. They .twitted  Martin, and his supporters on having  deserted the liberal convention policy  of opposition to land grants to railways. When the government announced having entered into an agreement with Mclyean Bros, to build the  Coast' Kootenay road, the contractors  to receive ^public aid to the extent of  $4,000 dollars per mile and 1,000,000  acres of land, the opposition in the  house, had pointed out that the government had received a bonaflde offer  from the V. V. &U. last year to build  the road" for a cash subsidy of $4,000  a mile without a land grant, and announced that they would refuse supply  to be voted until the objectionable  railway legislation was withdrawn.  Two of .the opposition members  Helmcken and Hawyard deserted their  party, and went over to the government. This gave the government 20  supporters in the -house counting  Martin and his three supporters, and  leaving the opposition with* 16.  At least two of the government  supporters viz, C, D. Ciifford and Price  Ellison, were dissatisfied, the former  because promised aid to a northern  ���railway -Vt-as-not-forthcoming,-and the  latter because the goverbment failed  to provide aid for the Midway aVernon  road. .The government then introduced a bill giving" aid to Clifford's  road but Martin declared himself.  He told the government he was opposed to land grants and could not  support the railway policy of the  government. A dead-lock was the le-  sult. No progress was made in the  house for two weeks.  Ou Ttesday last the government  announced the withdrawal'of its rail,  legislation and the introduction of a  measure which eliminated land g rants  altogether. It authorizes the gover-  nor-in-couucil to aid the -Vancouver  and Coast-Kootenay Railway Company, or any other railway, by giving  $4,000 per mile cash from Vancouver  to Midway, not exceeding 230 miles.  To run frcm Vancouver via New  Westminster' along south of the  Fraser to Midway, and also down to  the mouth of the Fraser, and connect  with the Vancouver Island and Vic-  Excursion cJRates East  CANADIAN  JL^aJusLL  RAILWAY  May 26, 30, June 29  .  July2, 3, 4.  From   Rossland.  Trail/ Nelson and  intermediate uointe.  To Minneapolis .$44.50  Chicago .64.50  ���Detroit ...77.00  -Toronto'.  '    .&9.30  Montreal .' 100.00  Corresponding reduction from all  Kootenay points. Usuil diverse  routes. Meals and berths included on  Canadian Pacific lake steamers.  Tliroug-U booking's to Europe ria all A U-anLlc  lines.  E. REDPATH, Agent,  Greenwood, B> C.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "HELEN", '���r.ADY OF THE "CAKE", "GLAS  GO'W FRACTION',. McGREG OR",  "FANNY H. FRACTION" and "-TRIPOD FRAC.  TION"  Mineral    Claims,    sittuited    in  tlie  Kettle River Mining Division oE Yale District,   Where located :   In Central camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  ajrent   for the No. 7 Mining Company,  Free   Miner's   Certificate  No.   BW69O,  intend  sixty claj-s from date hereof, to  apply to tlie  Mining* Recorder for   Certificates of Improvements,   for the purpose oi obtaining ��� Crown  Grants of tlie above claims.  And fnrther lake notice that actions, under  section 37,  must foe' commenced 'before tlie issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 14th day of April, A. D. 1902  3m-* I, H. HAI/M3TT.  UOTICE.  A Special "Meeting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the Boundary Creek License  District, will be held at the Government Office,  Greenwood, B.C., on Tuesday, Maythcl3tli,  1902. at the hour of 10 o'clock in lite forenoon,  to consider the application of 3. W. O'BRIEN  for a Retail License for the "HOTEL VEN-  DOOM", situated in Anaconda, B.C.  I. A. DINSMORE,  Chief License Inspector  MAIL CONTRACT  SEALED TENDERS, addressed to tlie  Postmaster General, mill be received at Ottawa  until noon, on Friday tlie 30Ul May, for tjie  conveyance of Her Majesty's MoJls on a proposed contract for four years, twelve times-per  week each way, "between the Greenwood Post  Oflice and Columbia and Western Railway  station, from the 1st July next,  Printed notices containing further inEorma-  tiou as to conditions of proposed contract maybe seen and blank forms of Tender nia.r T>e  obtained at the Post Office of Greenwood and  at this office.  Post Office Inspector's Office 1 "W. 31. DOKMAN  Vancouver, B.C. >       Post Office  18th April, 1902. } Inspe-ctor.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that tbe partnership  heretofore subsisting betwe en. R ��� W. Jakes and  Sidney S. Oppenheimer, as "Physicians and  Surgeons, was this day dissolved by mutual  consent.  The practice and business of tbefirm of Tikes  & Oppenheimer will be continued by Dr. Oppenheimer to whom all debts owing to the said  firm must be paid forthwith.  Witness: R.W.JAKES,  I. P. McLEOD.     S. S.  OPPUNHEIMJJR.  LAND REGISTRY ACT.  In. the Matter of the "Land Etjlstry  Act" and  In the Matter of the Cer'tif Kate of Title to  Lots 22.2 3 and 24 In Block 2*6 MMway  Map 3.  Whereas the Certificate of Title of Matiey  In*trrlm to the above mentioned licrcdltameat,  "bcarliitr date the 2t>tli day of Scytemter, L900,  and numbered 38'Wa has been lost or destroyed,  and application lias .been made to ni�� for a  duplicate thereof;  Notice Is Kerebv (riven tliat a duplicate  Certificate of TltleVlll he issued at the expiration of one month from the date hereof -uiless  in tbe meantime valid objection to the contrary  is made to mc in writing*.  Dated this 25tli day of April, 1992.  W. H. EDMONDS,.  District Rcgistxar.  Lund Registry Oflice,  Kamloops, B.C.  Greenwood  Liauor Company.  ���jf.j? jc sc af s? j? *? *'��? �����? K* ��f 9? a? ��** *���**  a? fi"��? j?* a*? j? ts* as* *- j? j? *���? j*? a? *? ^ s^  %%  ���*%*%  .�����&  '*��������  ��M  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  KlaeStSqn-wa  S*OO*O**0*0*<*K>O0<>**0*O0*<>0*<>0*OCK^  ?00<K>00<*K*)<>-0<KX**--'><^^  Victoria Day  Celebration* $ s  Greenwood, May 24  LARGE PRIZES GIVEN IN :  Horse Races, Bicycle Races, Firemen's Tournament.  In the Firemen's Tournament Five Teams will compete.  Base Ball Match and Numerous Small Sports.  Excursion Rates From All Points on the Canadian Pacific,  b*O<KK>0-<XMX*'-O<"K>*O*<>O<X>^  3000000000<>0<>0<>0<>000<>0<X>0-<*>0^  ^tiiiituaiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuuuiuiiiiiiiiiitiuiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiuiiiiituiiitiutiiUiiiitiiiiiuiiiui  in i City.  j~3   . For prices of lots and other  ^S    . information address    Greemvood is tlie financial and commercial centre 01 the  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, ,Sumrait, Long Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood, Wellington and other Boundary Creek camps.  Root. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood,    g  <KK*-00<>000<KXKX><>&0<X>00600<>0*��0<>0<KX^  <*KK*H>0-0<'*K**K*H*K*-K*^^ 8 -0<>CKK><><><>0*000<K>CM>000-<>0<>0000  u? *���? jf j? j? jf *? ���#* �����? *���? tf* af a?�����? **��� '#".*?.  OAUNGE   W80KWIRI  Can sell you a lot for a home in any part of town.  Can lend you money to build a home on easy terms.  Can insure your home in any ofthe following first-class Companies  ATLAS, GUARDIAN,  ^    ^    ^  THEY  AS0 DO A BIT  OF  LIFE,  FIDELITY.  ACCIDENT,  PLATE GLASS AND  STEAM BOILER  INSURANCE.  ROYAL,  UNION,  NORTHERN,  CANADIAN,  CONNECTICUT,  LONDON AND  LANCASHIRE,  PHENIX OF  BROOKLYN,  PHOENIX OF  HARTFORD,  NATIONAL OF  IRELAND.  Wfc*  Afc  tifc  *��&  -*&  **&  *fe*��.  ��?rvrtoo^*>0<**K''--'^^  *::*-���..* Kalgary  R GRIEGER, Manager.  ' '   ��� 0  For  rinting  the Times  k THE   BOUNDARY-   GREEK'   TIMES.  Aid. Caulfield Found Things  Prosperous There.  I  iii  i!L  MUCH HEY  Prejudics  Against  B.  C.   Could   be  Removed-  Tlie preel juice against British Columbia investments is not so strong* in the  East as we are led to suppose," * said  aid Gaul/ield ttpou his return from  Montreal, Toronto and other eastern  .centers last week. '-Times were never  better iu the East than they are at present" lie continued.' Money w*es never  more plentiful, aiid those who have it  are eag*er to invest it. They have been  leaving British Columbia mining-properties alone because it had beeu continually dinned into their ears that  conditions were bad here, and they  would not have a g-ood run for their  money. They have switched to cool  speculations, timber and about everything- else that offered them an opportunity-to speculate with their surplus  money;" ;'. .  "Although eager for iu vestments;;  but little Eastern money is being* invested in British Columbia mines.  The fault to a large' extent lies with  ourselves- We have developed into a  body of chronic grumblers. This is  peculiarly noticeable in traveling'-'on  the railway. In one car you will lind'  a body of men damning capital,  while in the next car are capitalists  cursing the unjust system:of taxation,  the high rate of wages and labor  unions. Now all this combines to  frighten capital away from the Pro:  vince.  "But I did not find the feeling,  against investment in the Province  was strong. In conversation with  business men in Montreal and Toronto,  'all the arguments that are being used  against this Province were advanced  but they were anxious to hear the  other side, in fact they appeared eager  for an excuse that would justify them  iu investing their money here. They  have plenty of money lying idle and  if a fair opportunity presented itself  they would willingly invest it.  "It is interesteng to watch-the way  the investing public of. the east follow  each other. Coal caught last spring  and anything that looked like coal  would find ready takers. Timber too  became popular and there is a hot skirmish for timber speculations. If it  were only possible to get things down  to a settled basis in this province and  quit grumbling-, it would be an easy  - niatter-*-to-.-niake=B.-G.iiiiiuing*-invest--  meats popular and money would simply pour iu here.  "Ik  Manitoba  too,  the outlook was  never brighter and settlers are com-  Auditorium - Greenwood  FRIDDAY, JUNE 13.  The Laughing Comedy Sensation  s     lei M      6  i- !i:!!&*i!i;iw ,|ii!K;*-T? l  :!,; j        d,  A   Roaring,    Rollicking-,    Screaming  Coniecfy with an interesting plot, up-to  date specialties.  Prices -50 and 75 Cents.  Seats on sale at White's Drug- Store,  corner Copper and Greenwood Sts.  ing* in by thousands. Several American land syndicates have acquired  large areas in the Province and are  bringing- colonies from the states to  live and settle on these lands.  "Throughout the whole Dominion  prosperity reigns except in British  Columbia, where the advantages are  greater. Our turn is eomirg however  aud when it does come the east will  furnish all the monev that is needed.  50 Pants patterns to choose from at  Mitchells.  ]\TQTII;E is Hereby (riven tliat wiUii'1 sixty  .1 )L d.-iys from (Inn*-1 intend to apply to the  Honourable Chief Commissioner of LaEils* and  Works for permission to purchase the follow-  iiigdescrilH-d l.-uul, situate in the Osoyoos Division r>f Yale District : Commencing at a post  planted on tlie North-west corner of John A.  Co.i'.Soii's prc-enidtiou, thence North' ht-eiuy  chains, thence east forty chains, thence South  twenty chains, thence West forty chains to the  point of commencement, containing ISO] acres,  more or less. JOHN A. COULS0N,  Dated, JMarcli lf.tli, 1902.  First publication April 4tli. 1902.  FOR RENT-  3 or 6 rooms partly furnished for  housekeeping, Silver street, Fisher's  addition, formerly occupied by Frank  Miller. Enquire on premises of Miss  Brooks.  MINERAL, ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  CLYDESDALE    ami     MOUNTAIN    IJON  Mineral claims situate in  the Kettle Kiver  Mining Division of YaleDistrict.  Where located :   In Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICK that I. John Robert Ilrowu,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B-IOGSS, ns agent  for David   A.  Good, l-'rcc  Miner's   Ccrlilic.-ile  No.   JJ-KM5J,*  intend    sixty   days    from    the  date hereof,  to apply   to the mining  recorder  for a certilicalcs of  improvements,for tlie purpose o  obtaining   crown grants of the above  claim . .  Aud furtlier take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of. improveineillss '  Dated this 2nd day or April, 1902.  '. J.-lt. DROWN.  V  y*:   MINERAL ACT-  .,���.   Certificate   of   Improvements.  ���     NOTICE.*  ALICE, NELLIE and May. Miueral  Claiiu-s.  situated in the Kettle River Mining Division  of Talc District..  Where located :   Keai* to* Dry    Creek   and  Spencer's ranch, about three miles .from the  town of Auacondal  ���-pAKIC NOTICE that we,  John N. Greden,  A      Nicholas Tholl, Donald d. .McLaieu and  William G.McMvim, Free Miners Certilicates  Nos. .114*0026, II-,0K>7, B41523, C40G01 respectively,  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 ahove claims.  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 37, must,be coiiimenced before the Issuance* of such Certificates of Improvements  Dated this lGtli day of April, A. D.,190.2  John N. Greden, Nicholas Tholl, Donald n. McLaren, Win. G. ���McMynn,  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ABERDEEN  Mineral claim, situated   iu  the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located:   In Copper camp.  TAKE NOTIE that  we, John  D.* Norrish,  Tree Miner's Certificate;No. "B+I333, A.  13. Cross, Free Miner's   ertificate No n-40603 and  Louis  Bryant,   Free   Miners   Certificate   No.  B.40G25 intend, sixty days from the date herer f  to apply 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, under  section 37, must be commenced before the ���  suanceof such certifictte of improvements.  Dated this 26th dav of April, A. D., 1902.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In~fliiTMattei~of"tliecstateof diaries Wesley  Vedder, late of the City of Greenwood in  the Province of British Columbia. Insurance  Agcat, deceased.  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN in pursuance of the Rules of the Revised Statutes  of liritish Columbia, 1897, Cup. 1S7, that all  creditors and others bavin"* claims against the  estate of the said Charles U'eslev Vdilder, who  died on tlie27tlt day of December, A. D., 190!,  are required ou or before the 17lh day of April,  A. D. 1902, to send by post prepaid, or deliver lo  the undersigned,solicitors for Mrs. Cora Mav  Vedder, Administratrix of the pergonal estate  and effects of the said deceased, their christian  names, surnames, addresses ami descriptions,  with full parUculais of llieir claims, a statement of their accounts and .he nature cf the  securities (if any) held by them, duly verified.  And fnrlher take notice lli:t,t after thesaid  17th day of April A. D., 1.902, the said adniini-  siralr'K will proceed lo distribute tin: assets of  tin' deceased among the* parlies entitled thereto  having regard only lo theclaimsof which she  shall lli-.-n have lind notice, aud that thesaid  Administratrix will not be liable for the said  assets or any part thereof to any person or  persons of whose claims uotice shall not have  been received by her al the lime of Mich distribution.  Dated at Greenwood, U. C, this lTtlt day of  Februarv, A. !*>.. 1��U*J.  .    '   PK1NGLE & WHITESIDE,  Solicitors for Cora May Vedder,  Administratrix.  NOTICE TO CREDITORS.  In The Matter of the Estate of Lucian Tedrow,  late of Anarchist Mountain, in the Province of British Columbia, farmer, deceased.  MOTKE IS HEREBY GIVEN iu pursu  ajice of the Revised Statutes of British  Columbia, 1S97, Cap. 1S7, that all creditors aud  others having claims against the estate of the  said Lucian Tedrow who dier> on the 22nd day  of November, A. IX, 1.9ol, are required on or before the 17th day of April, A. D., 1902, to send  by post, prepaid, or deliver to tbe undersigned,  solicitors for William Lawless, Administrator  of the -personal estate and effects of the said  deceased-, their Christian names, surnames,  addresses and descriptions with full particulars  of tlieir claims, a statement of their accounts  and the nature of the securities, (if any] held by  Uietn. duly verified.  And further take notice that after thesaid  17th day of April, A. D. 1902, the said Administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of  the deceased among the parties entitled thereto,  li a viny regard only to the claims of which lie  shall then have had notice, and that thesaid  Administrator will not be liable fur the said  assets, or any- part thereof, lo any person or  persons, of whose claims notice shall not have  been received by him at the time of such distribution.  Dated at Greenwood. I>. C. this 17th day of  February, A.D. 1902.  PRINGLE & WHITESIDE,  Solicitors for William Lawless,  *���**-%. 1  \.  iU OF THE  "\  .i  &~9 �� ��  f    JLP��    V/��  ./ \~  ���*  v..  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  /f  V:  ���^  Is Again Coining Rapidly to  the Front.  RECEHT DEVELOPMENT II  Dominion Consolidated  Company in  -Good Shape.  Fairview Camp of which little has  been heard'for some time is again coming' to the front.   The new Farrvie-w  Corporation ahd  the   Dominion   Coii-  ' solidated   Mines   Corapany,Ltd,,   are  doing* considerable development work  which is demonstrating- that the large  bodies of ore can be profitably worked  and treated with  intelligent ni-mage-  ' merit. During the early days of the  Fairview camp a v larg*e amount of  money was expended, expensive plants  were installed, but neither work nor  plants were adopted to the character of  the ore and loss and dissappointment  . -were the result. - With new managers  profiting by the'1 bitter experience of  their predecessors, there is now every  assurance that Fairview will* occupy  a leading place among* the mining  camps of the "province. r - ������ *.  '���- ^ On. the'-properties of the New Fair-  view Corporation, a larg-e amount'of  construction work has been done, under  the-superintendence of Charles Oaten-  burr. The shaft on the "Stemwinder  has been sunk an additional 25 feet in  order to put-in a large sump and ore  pocket to receivejhe larg-e quantity of  'ore" which  the. third level .will supply.  ' Ore chutes ate now in ior over 300-feet  in the^ different levels and all preparatory work well advanced- in * order to  enable" the company to extract large  quantities of ore when necessary.  Twenty more stamps have been purchased ane are being placed alongside  of the 26 stamps which are now in operation. This ���> work will take about 60  days," when ISO tons of ore  per day  ' will be treated,' A cyanide plant is  being* erected foi the treatment ot con-  concentrates of which there are over  200 tons on hand.  Mr. Ostenburg, the superintendent  says the ore can be treated for a total  cost of less than Si. 75 per ton and  there are thousands of tons in sight  running from $4 to $6 per ton.  The Domonion Consolidated Mines  Co. Ltd, are developing their properties, the Flora, Western Elill and Virginia by a series of tunnels. Thestock  of this company is being- eagerly purchased in the east, and a large amount  of capital is available foi the development of their properties.  The company  ���have als6~secliredlnterest it*rthe"i>ower  at Okanogan Falls and work will caxly  be commenced there with a view to installing a large power plant capable of  furnishing ample power to all the  mines in the district. <-  The company has a capital of 5500,-  000 divided into 2,000,000 shares of 25  cents each. The officers are Geo. H.  Maurer, Montreal, President. L,. W.  Shafford,Secretary-treasurer, Fairview  and the following are the directors: John R. Barber,M. P, P. Toronto,  "W. J. Bickell, Toronto. I. Oppenheimer. .Vancouver; Steplien Ntagott  Fairview; _A. jE. Nelson, Fairview,  John Love Fairview.  The stock of the company isfa-lling  freely at par on the eastern exchanges.  Iu 1899, T. H. Trekeway, the well  known mining engineer made a report  on the properties of the company in  which he pointed out that the vein on  the properties is well defined and fully  18 feet in width. Samples taken from  a 27 foot shaft on the footwall, gave  an average return of $7 in gold, SI.35  in silver, making a total of S8.35 a ton  while the balance of the vein g<ive a  return of $2 in gold and* 70 cents in  silver, so that S5.25 may be considered  a fair average for the full width of the  vein.  The Dominion Consolidated Mine  Company., is in the hands of conservative busness men who have the confidence of the investing public in the  the east and with proper.ies of sueh  promise, there,is no good reason why  further operation of the company  should not be in every way successful.  'LOVERS LANE."  . The New York raging success,  "Lovers Lane" is one of the songs  sang in "Too Rich ,to Marry" which  comes to the Auditorium, Friday, June  13th. ' ' -  You can hear all the latest son gs and  there are a number of them with thia  comedy hit.  MINERiL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "L"  Fraction  Mineial  Claim  situate  in  tltc  KettleEucrMiuihr* Division of Yale Dis-  tiict.   "Wlieie located :   Boomerang camp.  TAKE NO'CLCE that I, John P. McLeod,  ' Free Miner's CerUlio.Ue No B-I0GS7 as  ag*eut,for Philip S. Stanhope, Free Miners  Certificate No. I1-KB18 and Hoitim O'Hara Tree  Miner's Ceitificate No. B30-t66,uitciid.si*!Ctv^dayb  fiom the date lieicof, to apply to tlie Mining  Recorder for a Certificate ol Iiuproienients, for  tlie'purpose of obtaining* a Cro.wn Giant oi tlie  above claim.  And further l.ilte nuLice tliat action,  under  section 37, must l>o lommeiiccd before tbe issuance of suclt'Ccrtificdte of Iiupio-semciits,  ���**  Dated tliiu30Lli da3 of April, A. ��. 1903.  J. P. McLEOD.   '  ' y-, NUNE0AL ACT.  ���-    Certificate of Improvements-  "MOXICE. '      _  **-*"*- >  ST.   EUG-ENE    Fractional    Mineral    claim,  situate lit the Kettle River Mining Dhision  -,of Yale District.  Where located : In Deadwood camp ad -joining* the "Butcher JB03'" and "St. Lawrence  Mineral claims.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clive Priiifj-le, Free  Miner's.CertificateXo. B40314, Affcnt for.  Louis I Ostroski, Free Minoi's Certificate No,  B41+83, and I. Robert "Jacobs Free Mliiei's  Certificate No. E5OM5, .intend sixty days-from  the date hereof, to applj" to the Mining-Recorder  ior a Certificate of Improvements, for. the purpose of obtaining* a cum 11 grant of Uie above  claim. i  And further talte notice that action,  under  section  37, must '"be commenced ��� before the it,-  suanceof such, certificate of improvements.  . Dated this 2nd day of Mav, A. D��� W02.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice is hereby gi*>ou that the partnership,  heretofore subsisting between the undersigned,"  carrying on business at Deadwood, B.C. as  Hotel keepers, under the name, stjle and firm  ot Hartman & Henderson is this (lay dissolved  by mutual consent,  * The undersigriicd James Hcudeison will continue the business and -will pay all debts duobj  the hrm of Hartinan & Henderson and alf accounts owinjr the said Hrm aie to be paid to the  s.nd James Hisndcisou.  Dated at Dead-wood, B. C , this Mill day o  Mav. A. D-, 1902.  JOHN HATKMAN  -JAMES HENDERSON.  Witnebs :   PEa.'i:R"CO"RRIGAN.  MINERAL. ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  TIGER.  Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  River Mining- Division of Yale District.  Where located :   Iu  Beaier Camp,   West  Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE  NOTICE   that I, John P. McLeod,  Free   Miner's    Certificate    No.     B40f87,   as  agent  for; William   M.   Law,   Free   Miner's  Certificate     No.       B41382,      intend      sixty  days from  tho date hereof to apply to the  Miuing Rocorddfor a Certificate of Improvements for tho purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tho abovo claim  And furtlier take notice that action, under  Sootlon 87,  must be commenced  beforo  tho  Issuance of such Cc*rti*Wto of Improvement.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D., 1902  Mar. 27���May 27. J. P. McLEOD,   ���  MINERAL ACT.  CERTIFICATE  OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  HOMESTAKE Mineral claim situated in the  Kettle  River   Minlnp   Drwsion    of    Yale  District.  Wheio located :   lit Da\ton .camp, adjoln-  liiff the War Eagle claitii, L. 1879.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sidney M. Johnson,  Fiee Miner's Certificate No. B8120. for self and  as .ifient for Ainsley Megraw, Free Miner's  Ceitilicate No. B30349 and S. G. Detclion  Fiee Miner's Certiiicate No. B3782S, intend  si\.ty days from the date hereof, to applj  to the Muting* Recorder for Certificates of Improvements., for the purpose of obtaining Crown  if rant of Ihe above claim.  Aud further take notice that action,  under  section 3', must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of March 1902.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  * Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  MYRTLE Mineral Claim, situate in the Kettle  Rher Mining* Dmsion of Yale District.  W.here located :   In Da\ ton camp, adjoining* the Homestake mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sjdnev M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No B 8120 for self and  as ag-ei.t for Ainslev Meg-raw,  Tree   Miner's  Certificate  No. B30349, and IItig*h MeprawFree  Miner's Certificate No B30341, intend sixty days  fronitlhe"datc hereof,   to applv to the Mininir  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 22ud day of March, 1902.  Mineral Act 1896.  ,CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.   "  DON'T KNOW Mineral Claim"situated In the  -Kettle  River Mining-   Division    of   Yale  District.  Where Located :      Smith's    camp,    near  Boundary Falls.  TAKE NOTICE that we, Geo. R. N2dcn,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 4165SB, and  Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miner's Certificate No. 8120B inteud sixty  days from the date hereof to apply to the  milling* recorder for a certificate of improvement for the purpose of obtaining a crown  ���ji ant for above claim.           .      '  And further take notice that action under  cecttou 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements  Dated this lSth day of February, A. D.,  1902.  MINERAL, ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  WHITE HORSE mineral claim in the Kettle  River Mining; Division of Yale.  Where situate :   In Copper Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, B. L. Wood, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B. 41502, on behalf  of myself and as agent for James Graham, Free  Miner's Certificate No B 40609and   Annie Hud-  -u, Free Miner's Certificate No. B42634 and  Margaret E. Mercer, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B55805, intend sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose  of obtaining** a Ciown Grant of the ahove  claim.  And fiuther take notice that action, under  section 37, must be- commenced before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 16th day of December, 1900.  First issue Jauuarv 10.  *  .       B. L. WOOD.  Certificate of Improvement  NOTICE.  BALTIMORE "Mineral Claim situate in the  Kettle Riier Mining* Division of Yale District. _Wheio located : , In Coppei Cutip.  TAKE NOTICE'that I.J.1- Mjcrs Gray  as ag-i lit foi John A Mood-., Free Mniei s  Ctrtilicate No. B 4M98,intGiid; si vlj davs from  thi: date uoieo(,-io appl\ jto the* inuitipr Recorder, foi a Certificate "of Improvements for  the put pose of obtaining a Ciowu Grantof  tlirabi-ic claim  And  ftu liter  take notice  that action  undei  Section  37  must be commenced  befoie the issuance* of such Ceitificate of Improvements.  Dated the 2Stli dav of April, 1002.  J. P. MYERS GRAY.  MINERAL, ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "DON JULIO   FRACTION"  Mineral   Claim,  situated 111 the Kettle liner Mining Di\ 1-  sion   of YaleDisricl.    Wlteie located.   Iu  Dead vv 00 1 Camp.  TAKE NOTIE that 1, Isaac II. Hallett, as  agent foi tlia Uulisli Columbia Copper  Compaiiv, Limited, Free Miner's Ci'itific.ite  No. 1149i/)l intend si<civ clavs Tioui the  date lieieof, to .ippl,*. ���" tl"! MtniHK* R<coidi-r  for a Cemlicate of Iiiipiotpnicnls. for the  purpose of obtaining .1 Crown Grant of the  al)*****.!* claim.  And  fuithei  take notice that action, under  section 37,  must lie commenced befoie the issuance of such Ceriilicate of Improvements.  Dated this 28lh day of April, 1902,  1. H. HALLl'TT.  Certificate of Improvements.  not icr.  ������HELEN", '-LADY OF THE LAKE", "GLAS  GOVV FRACTION',. McGREGOR", "FANNY H. FRACTION" aud "TRIPOD FRAC.  TION"  Mineral    Chums,    situated     in  the  Kettle River Mining Division  ot Yale District,   Where located :   In Central camp  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  agent   for the No. 7 Mining Coinpauv.  Free   Miner's   Certificate  No.   B406*W.  intend  sixtv- dav s from date hereof,  to  apply to the  Mining "Recorder for   Certificates of Improvements,   for the purpose of obtaining    Crown  Grants of the aboveclaims.  And fnrthcr Like notice that actions, under  section  37.  must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.    .  Dated this 1+tli da) of April, A. D. 1902  3m* I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.*     '  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "No. 2" and "No. 3" Mineral Claims situate in  ihe Kettle River Mining Division of Yale  District.  Where located :   In  Crow Point Camp on  James Creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Isaac H. Hallett,  as agent for John Douglass, Free Miner's  Certificate _No.-~40253r James���Atvvood;���Free  Mmei's Ceitificate^fo B402"S, Arthur N. Pelly,  Free Mulct's Certificate No. B18275 and Gerald  T. Hodgsoil, Free Miner's Certificate No. B40490  intend sKty da>s from the date hereof, to applj  to the Mining Recorder forj Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grants of the above claims.  And fiuther talte notice that action undei  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certilicatesof Impiovements.  Dated this 4th dav of April, A. D.. 1902.  1. H. HALLETT.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  msmnmmmmmmmmmfmmn^^  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��� ���  ontreal,  Capital, all paid op, $12,000,000.  Rest.  ..$7,000,000.  President.   Lokd Stratiicona. and Mount Royal,  Vice-President:   Hon. Geokgk A. Dkommond.  General Manager :   E. S  Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ citUI/'cMSL \ New York, Chicago.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and CableTransfera ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any paxt'of the world.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  71MMMMMMMMMWMWMWWW  REWARD.  i   ��� i  Wanted to know tne wherealxjiats of  D-ivid Henderson of Greenwood, B. C.  Last heard of December, 1901. Reward  given by communicating* -witli T. H.  Henderson, Fairview, B. C.  TO  GeoigeD. Edwards, and to anj  pcraon  or persons to whom lie nia>   have transferred Ins  iiiteiests in the '"Uncle Sam" mineral claim  dud '-First Chance"  mineral   claim, both  situate in Sltv lark Camp in the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District, British  Columbia  You areheiebv notified that I haie caused to  be  expended 5205 00 to hold  the said mineral  claims uudci  the  Mineral Act,  that the proportion vou should coutiibute foi your undivided one-third interest in etch of the above claims  is cbS.33, and if \i ithtn uinutj <la;.s from the first  publication of this  notice jou fail or refuse to  contribute the said sum of ��68,33,  which is now-  due, with all costs of advertising, jour interest  in each of the said mineral claims n ill become  the proper^  ot me, the undersigned, one of  voui co.owueis, under section four of an Act  entitled   the   "Mineral  Act Amendment  Act,  191)0."  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, the 25th dilj of  March, A. D., 190J.  EMAKUELE PASTR O NE  THE fASADIM RAM OF COMMERCE;  With Which is Incorporated the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.       -      Rest,.$2,Q00,000  HON. GEO. A. COX.President.   B. E. WALKER, General Manager  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  m  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British America  Assur-  Co. of I,ondon, England. ance Co., of Toronto.  The Western Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  The Canadian  Birkbeck Investment and Savings Co.  REAL ESTATE.  -ft. *  ft v        '   ��:  P. BURNS & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Meat  Merchants.  Markets at:   Greenwood, Grand Forte, Midway, and Phoenix.  -���Us* ��#���*&���$����#��#��##���*#���#** ***��#ft#****<f*#*<f*#i��*a��f��i*<i#��*<f*��a*)��5  * -  *.  is  * -  �� -  *  ����� *  *-  �����  ��  *  *��r  a  -��  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  h  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It I It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  1    The James Cooper Mfg, Co,,    I  ***-  NOTICE.  Notice is here*)) given that at tile next  meetin"*o*�� tUc Licence Cotnims-iioiiers of the  Cit*} of Grcr-mootl, I intend to apply for a  transfer of tlie liquor Tvicense held \>y me. for  tlieGambrimi*s hotel, sUu.ite on lot M, block li,  Sil**. cr streu. to tlie Lady��.mifh. Hotel, situate on  Gold street. LOUIS FORSCHNER.  Dated this 4th day oi April, 1<)*U2.    '  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -tm  1 Itiflersoil^Sergearit rock mum, straight um i-  ^>lliti^W UPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM-   3  avMin&ry*+ pressors ... ^s  ������.���  �� -   BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc. COMPLE^ ^\?$&���E*TS 3  SE;     Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. *       * STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND. *^S  ��= R. M. C. lltcnally, Rossland, H. C. Ss  ^UHtllUUliilillUliililiUUliiilillUUlUiHUUUUUiUIUlllilillllllliiliiiaiUiiUUiiiUlUlllilillilli  \ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  \ .  *v  ���^*','V'/>*V*r''\/-'-'*'\/,'*rVr',^''W��'^  \ We Have Been Appointed Agents For  ( ��� .    For The  \       Dominion express go*  \^-rv^'kV-*~V*wVA*Vr''\j>. ���?  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  Department and are prepared to sell and cash  your orders for same.  HALLETT& SHAW  BAKi-ttSTh-RS,  FiOI-fCT'lORS,  NOT-U-tll.S Pdbi.ic.  Cat le Address :   " uam.it i."  I Bedfoid WNeiUS   Gkcfnwood,  ") .Moicmsr *. Neal'B c c  CnDVb  Leibcr's.  i. ir. ii.\r,T,i:-r-r.  u, c. SHAW.  \       ���BOOKS, PAPERS, PHOTO 'SUPPLIES, ETC., ETC-  ?g -^ ��|r"4"^* ���& "I* ���&*&"$? *fc *& *& |4,gl*-t4* 4* ���&������$��������&''���$?���& 4* 4? -^-ff  t  4*  4*  ��^t��  *  5t ^ ^ <���$-��� .$. ^ <#> Jp 4. *f- *f"f*^ I ���������� ���#> "|* ���������$��� ���?�� ��������* *���$�� 4s *f* ���$�� "Is ^ 3��  A POPULAR LECTURE  Mr. Will CMbbeii of Winnipeg* will  l^reacli in the 7-Jethodibt Church on  Sunday morninf'* and evening, Mav  25th, and will deliver his popular  lecture 011. Monday even inf.;. The  subject of the lecture is. ''Leaves from  a travelers note book ou a trip to the  Eternal City."    Collection at the close.  Mr. Gibbon is a speaker of ability  and his lecture has been spoken of in  the highest terms by the papers of.llie  coasl cities..  LAID THE TRACK  Track laying on the V. "V. & E. is  now completed from Marcus to Nelson  Wash. The latter point was reached  this week. .Since the dismissal of the  injunction against the company rapid  progress has been marie in the laying  of rails. The Company expect to get  to Republic in June. When this is  completed work will be started from  Curlew northward to Greenwood.  SPECIALLY MENTIONED.  Included in the list of names mentioned by the officer commanding in the  famous Hart Kiver battle for conspic-  iotis bravery and good work performed  is that of Capt. R. G. Edwards Lcckiu  who is better known to the people of  Greenwood as Major Leckie, M. ��-.,  Major Leckie had charge of the Republic mine for some time and he and  his brother Jack are among the fourth  contingent officers in South Africa.  H. P. Dickenson agent of the Giant  Powder company left on Monday for a  holiday trip to Victoria. He will return  after the Victoria Day celebration.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notariks Public, Etc.  Offici-i:  J. R. Bkown.  H  IK  MUM  bloclc. C<>i>i>er street,  Greenwood, U.C.  J. P. McLr-on.  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  CrviT., E-npinkjcr,  Dominion    and'-]  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.   .-      :      :      :   B.   C.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Mining and Eneineerln? Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs oflice.)  GR11ESWOOD. B. C.  Capt. Siflord and wife returned to  Nelson on Friday last. The Captain  visited the Rocli Creek Placer company's properties and will make a report to the company regarding the best  plan for future operations.  J. N. Gieenshields, K. ClndT. G.  Holt are expected in Greenwood today,  ���Mr. Greenshields is one of the dtrect-  t .*s. of the Montreal & Boston Copper  company owning tho Sunset mine and  smelter. He and Mr. Holt have been  in Victoria for sometime representing  McKenzie & Mann hi the negotiations  in connection [with the Canadian  Northern contract.  NOTICE.  Notice is licieby Riven that at the next  iiici'tiiifrof tlie Licence Commissioners oi the  Cin- of Grc-'invuo-l, I intend to apply "for a  tr.msfor of tliu Liquor "Ciccnse lielcl ly" me for  tliuCainlmmib lintel, situate on lot 16, blocl*" li,  SiMei -sliuct, to UicLady-iitiith Hotel, situate on  Gold .street. LOUIS FORSC1INKR.  Dated thib 4th day of Apiil, l'j()2.  ^tzzmmb  Look to Your Eyes  Consult an Optician.  HAS AN OBJECTION  P. C- Shine yesterday filed an objection in the superior court to the proposed disin corporation of the Yellow-  stone Gold. Mining _coinp*dtiy.^_pwniiig  a group of claims in the Osoyoos mining division of the Yale district of  British Columbia, says the Spokesman  Review.' Mr. Shine alleges* that H.  Shallienburger and R. McCullough,  president and vice presiden't of tne  of the compan-y respectively, connived  to defraud the stockholders in the sale  of the claims to the Chicago-British  Columbia Mining company. Mr.  Shine claims to control 143,000 shares  of the capital stock of the Yellowstone,  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  IRONSIDES I-'KACTION Mineral Claim,  situate in the Kettle Kh-er Mining- Division  of Yule DisUict.  AVlieie located :    In  Greenwood camp west  of Damier JMuieial claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I Sydney M. Johnson  actiiifr as Jg-cnt tor Alex W. Doufrlti****,  Kree Minci's Certific.uc Ko. B4049I, intend,  sivtv- day-** fioni tlie date hereof, to apply to the  i-vllniiig* Kecoidiir for a Certilic.no of Improve-  niL-nt***, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And  fuithcr  take  notice that action,  undei  section  37,  must bo commenced  befoie the is-  stianceof such Certificate of InipiO\emcnts  Da tea this2lslday of Mav. A. I)., 1902.  SYDNEY M. JOUNSON.  "First inscitiou May 23rd.  Wlion youi eyes dim and wlujii you cannot con-  *   tiuiie for "any length of time to tcprard small  ��� objecth as in le.tdin s*.  When jott'iuvoluutarily frown or parily close  the eyes when looking** at au object.  When tilings "swim" or become dim after being looked at for some tunc.  When the eyes aclie. smart or water; when  youi cyclids'sret inflamed often, or when  you have pain iivtheeye ball, 01 bit, temples  or foiehead.  When you liafc anyneivons deiaiigenient that  you cannot otheiwise accoui.t foi.  Don't let the matter of expense keep yon from  v-i*bitin3 us. Sight is as precious to yon. as  life itself, and wc test the I'jes free of  cliaige.  A FULL MEETING*  For the fust time sihee the election  cf the present council, there was a full  attendance at the regular meeting- on  Monday night. During the winter one  or more members were absent, with  the return of Aid Citulfieid last week  M.iyor Naden had the presence of all  his ilock. Only routine business was  considered at the meeting, 'Che rate;  In-law was finally passed, and ctirre  accounts were ordered paid.  MINERAL ACT  ^.^Certificate-of-IniproYements   NOTICK.  GOI/D BUG No. 2 Mineial claim, situate 111  the Kettle Ri\oi Mining D'n islou of Yale  Di<stiic(.  Wlieic located : In Deadwood camp.  ���-pAKK NOTICE that 1 Sydney M. Johnson  JL ai iinpr as .i-fcut ioi Chris McDonell, Free  Miner's cerlilie.ite Xo. IH2'J01 and Thorn.**.. W.  Stack, I'*iee MiuurS ccitiiicate No. B424S1. intend, sixty dajs fioni the date hereof, lo appl\  totlie Miniiijr iccordei for a cei tilicate ol I111.  provements, lor the purpose of obtaining* a  crown Giant of the abo-.e claim.  And fiuthei   tako**notice that action,  under  Kcctioii .>7,  mu-t  be commenced   belore the is-  suauc' Ol such ceitificate ot Iiupio\emeuls.  Baled tin-, 2C>tli dav of m.iv, A. D. 1002.  ' bYPXEY Jr. JOHNSON.  J'ir.st in -.ei tion May 23.  The   beat   selected   stock    of  fresh  candy in town at Munroe's.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICIi  T,EROY.   LIZKI!',   JLiid   WINEDOT   uiiu-ral  Cl.iitn*-. siiu.itu 111 I lie Kettle  Ki^c���l   .M'uiiiijj-  dlt islou of Yale district.  Where lucittcd :    In I**i��.idwood camp ab.Mit  three quarters of a mile  Korth west of the  Mother Lode mine.  ���"PARI*; X'JTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  j.      .iclnifr a1- airent  for   li.   II,   Shaw,   Kree  Mtuei's ceititicate "N'o. IM017V and 1. d. Graham.  Kree  iri.iei's Certilicato   No.    II4O402.  intend,  "*" j y.ixly d.i_\i fioni the date hen-of, to apply to tlie  2tlt ! Miii'iiif kecorder lor    certificates   of Inipirno-  ; incuts, for  liie  purpO*;e   of   obtaining-   crow 11  ; grants of the .ibove claims.  '}    And fuithor take notice that action, under  j section 37. must bj commenced  before the 1���  1 suance of sucliceililicatcsof ^rllpl���o^emclU<5.  Dated this loth day of Mav, 1902.  : SYDNEY si, JOHNSON.  ;���    Tir-sl insertion May 23.  Mrs. C. H. Fair has returned from a  three months' visit to the east.  Miss Tye is the guest of her cousins  Mr. and Mrs. Sydney M. Johnson.  Try tfibse branded  cherries at Monroe's-   Only one dollar a pound.  Mrs. J. h. White left last week for  Victoria where she will spend some  time visiting .relatives.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE!.  'i '   ���  INDEPJiNDENcE Mineral cla:m,*;ituate in the  Kettle Ri.vci Mining Division, Yale District  *<A here located : In copper camp adjoining  the copper 111 Inc.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Clive Pringle, Free  Miner's certificate No. B-40314. intend  sixty days from tliu date hereof to npply to tlie  Mining "Reconlei lor a certificatcof improvements for the purDOse of obtaining Crown  of the aboie claim.  And  further take notice that   action  ander  ���section 37 must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 16m dav of Ma3. A.D. 1902.  CM.VE PRIXGLE.  "First insertion Mav 23rd.  Is we believe second to none 'for style,  finish and durability,   arid cannot be  duplicated at the price.  We have just opened up several  cases  and invite your inspection.  Special Line of  i> /������  *  Ladies Canvas  Tennis Bals and  Oxfords  in Black, White and Tan,  MILLER BROS.  OPIICIAiS A \ JEWELERS,  fi .t & & & JX J% J" & &'& J5 <$l & ^ ^ ^8  ���   Corner Copper   and Greenwood   *���  ^ Streets. CA  ^ %  Steam Heated  Throughout. \  Rooms 50 Cents v.  Fine Assortment  and up. fc  t^iquors aud Cig*ars.   r  #�����? & 3? & & if* a?" & ���& $��� j^ a? s<* ^* S? jf  c  Vi  -.JL/1T  C.  J. CJOUGLAS,   Prop.  EVERYTHING FIRST-CLASS.  THE   BEST   OF   FOREIGN   AND  DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  AND   CIGARS.  FIRST-CLASS    SAMPLE    ROOMS  FOR   TRAVELLING   MEN.  ACCOMMODATION FOR 75 GUESTS  near Tbe  or.;er of Government aal Greenwood  Streets.  "STRONGEST IN THE WORD'  Assets . . $304,568,063.49        Surplus . . $66,137,170.01  H. ALLENBERG, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building',  CHARLES T. KIPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Brown, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801,  Spokane, Wash.  P. O. BOX 296.  'PHONE 179.  % lUclHiflan $ Co.  ���      -JB**     KH��VBiAiB8*MH8    ���***?     JWVff  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION-LABEL CIGARS.  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM,    MARGUERITA,     BOQUET,'   OUR SPECIAL,  EL. JUSTILLO,  EL CONDOR,  SARANTIZADGS, SCHILLER  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  ���4.  ^  J  -i SJXT'Ac , ^  immaammm  saaeaafes  J  ^. a^j^prrrja^a^1 i^r'aagrrJJ^

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