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 '1/  ft*  /���������/  a  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, ,1^03,  No. 23  . \\ v  The V. V. & E. Will bnild at an Early Date From Curlew  to Greenwood���Chief Engineer Kennedy Was Here.  Greenwood-Phoenix Tramway Bobs up Again.  The Victoria, Vancouver & Eas.ern  Railway and Navigation company ha:s  decided to do things iu the Boundary.  The road will, be* continued from  Curler to Greenwood ' making Greenwood the terminus for some time.  The branch to Phoenix will be built  up the Fourth of July Creek route.  Both those undertakings will be commenced at an early date.  The authority for the statement is  Jas. H. Kennedy, chief engineer for  the company. He was in Greenwood  on Saturday last accompanied by C. A.  Des Btieay of Spokane the company's  right of way agent. They came down  from Phoenix where they were looking  into right of way matters and left by  the afternoon train for Grand Porks.  Under the present arrangements the  the Phoenix branch will start from a  poiat above Grand Forks,��will follow  Fourth of July creek for a considerable  distance and then take a detour toward  the North Fork to seenre the proper  grade. The'road will then come into  Summit camp and the Boundary Creek  watershed and will follow the eastern  slope of Boundary Creek until Phoenix  is reached. The, Greenwood branch  from Curlew will have an even grade  almost the entire distance. It will  cross the international boundary at  Midway where arrangements are being  made for station grounds on Norris  & Megraw's addition and will follow  tne Boundary Creek Valley to this  city.  But why should Greenwood be made  the terminus? With two smelters  here rapidly increasing their furuaces  and "with arrangements being. mado  for the erections of others, why should  the astute J. J. Hill leave a portion of  the Boundary Creek district untapped?  It is possible'that he is not going to  provide railway communication between Phoenix and Greenwood ?  The answer is another story. The  read* rs nf ilu- Times will have noticed  tliin ,T;iv P 15 raves is going to harness  11v*i,|j^\\-^!:��L;i,K^liUiiP:ills,_^.Mr.iGrav���e>,.  ami bis a-..-o iates also have a contract  f.-r fie yr-ater'-portion of the Cascad  c-'-np nv's pnwi'r and they control the  cl.ro irk'. li^l'1 franchises in the district  Green ���**���>��� id has been agitating for a  tr inw v between Greenwood and the  mi ' ii:.: *���'��� i m *s fur several years. Mr.  GirtV..-- Ii,i- .i b :'���>���* "f giving people  wh.it they want when mere is money  in it f..r iiiin*p|f and these interested  nit .'hi Sn it is stated that Mr  Gr.v a I a it art '.o heart talk with  Mr. Hi���: ..mi tli.it the two now understand <��� ,i-h ������thi-r. Mr. Hill will build  th>; rui-w.iy t> Greenwood and Mr  Grave* w.li build a well equipped  standard yuage tramway between  Greenwood and Phoenix. The railway  and the tramway will work together  and for each other. If Mr. Graves  runs short of money for the enterprise  he can call on Mr. Mill to help him out.  Under the arrangements everybody  should be happy. Greenwooi will get  a competitive railway and a tramway  ,i much shorter road   to Phoenix   than  Im'.il be possible if un ordinary railway was constructed, and ores can be  hauled clown here at much less cost.  There are are also amalgamations,  consolidations and preparations for  other smelters in the air but the above  is enough good news for one week.  Stipendiary Magistrate  Col. Prior promised that the matter  would be attend to and the gazetting  of the appointment is the result. Mr.  McMynn has been a long time in the  public service. He has been a resident in the Boundary for nearly 18 years  He reached the Pacific coast from  England in 1884 and the following  year took up a pre-emption at Myers  Creek, within a couple of miles of the  well known Rock Creek placer camp.  At that time, there were no towns in  the Boundary, Rock Creek, Eholt's  farm (now Midway) and Grand Prairie  (now Grand Forks) being the. points  the few travellers   usually  made   for  Citizen's League.  Association Formed to Promote  City's interests-  Last Friday evening 22 business  men were present at the office of T. M.  Gulley for the purpose of.organizing a  business men's association. At a p.re-  liminary meeting held, previously, it  was decided to organize such, ,an association. J. E. ,Spahkie,.M. D , was  appointed provisional president, W.  M. Law, vice-president and Fred M.  Elkius, secretary. At Friday's'meeting it. was decided .' to complete the  organization under the name* of The  Citizen's League. J. J. CaulfieldVyras'  appointed second' vice-president .'and  Julius Ehrlibh, J R. Brown and Duncan Ross directors. ���"���' The .matter*, of  affiliating with the Board' of-Trade  was discussed at length, >rriany' claiming that one, live: ..organization... .was.all  that the citizens could be expected .'to  '**.   '���'���"     :��� .*. *,'       *"*! '���.*���-'   fff ' -it  support. Somevcritici'smprw3.s directed  against the Board'oif TradeT'^It'was  held that it was too exclusive, that,the  initiation fee was too**vhig^'axi'dHbat^it  .��� *������ .*   '���*���...   j-'  .''������ ���"��� -���'- :'i-,*,-*j** -*.--,.;*.  did not deal with 'questions of a purely  when  passing    through   the   district. ,,      , ... . v, A   .,  .,.     v    .       ,      ���  ���������.-.,       ,   . local nature whichiwere of5tlie greatest  After having tor a while acted as a .. .*������.* a-a    'j..  .i-t.I iJ>' ������<.;������.*���;?.������ - *.���**.  special constable Mr.McMynn was on  June 28, 1892, appointed a provincial  constable and collector of provincial  revenue tax, stationed at Myers Creek.  On December 6, following he was made  mining recorder for the Kettle River  miding division, which then extended  from Rock Creek on the west to beyond  Christina Lake on the east. In March  of 1893 he opened a mining recorder's  office at Rock Creek. In May of 1895  the government office was removed to  the then newly established town of  Midway, where later he was made  chief provincial constable for the  Boundary. Other appointments.* re  ceived by Mr. McMynn were as;fol-  lows : Registrar*! under the Marriage  Act, July 30, 1896; deputy registrar for  the County Court of Yale, then holding  periodical sittings at Midway and  Grand Forks, respectively; arid local  board of health for the Kettle River  mining division, November!,;6, 1896;  depiitp clerk of the peace; January*'21,  1898; registrar of the County Court,  sitting at Greenwood, August 22, 1899;  registtar of the Supreme court, Greenwood, April 11, 1900, registrar-under  the Bills of Sale .Act and Gold commissioner for the Kettle River mining  division, April 14, 1900; Provincial  Government Agent at Greenwood for  the���districts contained.,_jwithin=���. the.  boundaries of the Kettle Riv. ranrl  Grand Forns mining divisions, J.uly 1.,  19U1, atid Stipendiary Magistrate.���January 7, 1903 Tin- goveonih*. the  was removed from Midway an>l opened  at Greenwood on May 1, 19()0, ami on  the 15th of si me month a supreme  court registry w.is npcneil in tha. tu-.i'ti  Mr. McMyun's gradual .idy.inee in the  provincial government Service has  lieen the result of t o!os .ituution to  nis duties mid thurughne:^ in carrying them out. He has been relieved of  the duties of chief constable and mining recorder, but the other-offices  named he still holds, and in attending  to them he haa the zealous assistance  of J. S. Birnie.  importance to the city.  President ��� Naken 'of the. Board of.  Trade was present and" he stated that  a general meeting.',* of the'board would  be caifed when-the : matters* suggested  would ; be considered -" and ah effort  made to enlarge5 the scope" of ' the*  board's work and also reduce the fees  so that'all interested'in the upbuilding  of the town might become'members.  Another meeting of the league will  be held this Friday evening.  Appointment of W- C. McMynn  Has  Been Gazetted-  The last issue of the British Columbia Gazette contains notice nf appointment of William Graham McMynn as a stioendiary magistrate for  ���.he counlies of Yale and Kootenay.  When Col. Prior visited Greenwood  last fall, the Board of Trade in an address to him urged that such an ap  pointment should be made and that  ���Mr. McMynn be given authority to  hold small debts' court in Greenwood.  Duncan Smith of Smith Bros, was  over from Grand Forks this week.  Work on the construction of the Greenwood court house will be resumed in  March. In the meantime the firm is  securing the material necessary for the  structure.  .-;Last<month. Phil.J McDonald;, and  Jas^ Sutherland took hold of the Elkhorn ; mineral claim, ow.ned by C. L.  Thomet, of Midway, under, a.  working  bond.    They commenced'work behind  ' ii * *  the E'khorn brewery, within  a stone's  throw of the northern boundary line of  Greenwood city, putting down "a pros  pect shaft on   the   vein.. ��*uFoiv,39;feet  ���Ii ���*���* l^i   X '.* ,j Vs;^,  they met with little encouirageinent,  the ledge matter carrying fru't little ore  Then an improvement.; topk place, a  paystreak coming *iri,*"brily;'an'inch or  so at first but iii "three feet depth it  widened to five inches.vof clean, rich  pre, quartz\mineralizjed vvith zinc and  galena and showing gold and native  silver freely. Besides this pavstr����ak  there is a foot of ore composed chiefly  of quartz'with *a-litt1e zitu'. aid ;>?i��tia  and^!ike_jh.e:_ .p.j^^.tre^.^.^n^;^vlMi{'i..aR..  depth is fcviin^tl. From Mr- K>sr"it'wys  thought .thi >.....was ..nuexi ...iisi-iiuof. thr  Provi'rti'nc * le'ljre.'f'-oiii. ��-"h:ch^15.000  t S20.0C0 v.- * h ..f - .'f,..��Hiri'ui taker.  ���siiic.o the Providenc Mining company  acquired it. and tivvhi'-hf-proniises to  vieid a handsoih." rei'iirn to those who  invested in it. Tli.;.Elkhorn yvill.like-  lv "<ii>.^;i'.s .'we*l..-if n'ot'biette'r than the  I'p-virVnop. for it was from ,it 1ha.+  n in*-' ��������� !���'���>.* i' t * re ever, sent .n  in :.'ulh,fr....i t.:��� IJ.u.iiidar.y., \vas-.tak',)j  in   the" Varlv" 'SO's.''"'"' McDonald ami  Sutherland showed enterprise-in tack-  ���**;    ��� ���-   - r'      ���*      i  ling the!Eilkh6rn,' arid they desejrve the  good luck that seems to be in store for  them. ......  Arrangement Being- Matde to Increase Capacity of the  Reduction Works and .444, Kfew Converters���Bs C,  Copper Cbmpany wilUncrease Capital.  The capacity of the Boundary smelters which, can now.treat  of ^ore, per .day, will be: from, all.^ap-  pearances more than doubled;during-  19Q3. t With^.hi^.fjuraaceca^aijitjf^ftiUy'  utilized, the. output for the koutidafy  niih^s'should' exceed t'he'iriiliib'n'ni'atrk.  Utfdef ;naturcil oonditionthiB cotilil; t>6:  easily; true *as thei<eis; pientys; of'.ore* in ���,  sight y to; morje. * thaa:."Wn$8ta; the .put-  put necessary to supply t]he smelters,  but it is the. unexpected that often  happehs'in'miniugag "weU"as*in othiei1  industries. '--At the be'giining of;1902,  the outlook for ��� an output.* of at least  ,650,000 ji; was;;, ..promising;;,j.bMj the  Fernie acpident^n.d.strike Qatne and  the smelters we're.shut down iFor nearly  two'monttis; The 'ameiiter man 'drtafe'  a* shortage "of ;:'co*k'e: ���1tfiis'i;y^a'r."'*i' Notwithstanding-' *t*h'*B1',a8��uvahcec:of...';thc  Word come from New York tliat th��  British   Columbia.? 'Copper  Cowpaoy,  site in the Boundary  smelter erected.  .*'>'..  valley aad tke  of- the .'capital  of the company to $1,-  000,000, fromv,$t,250,000.   At the tim* t, :v., .. j;  the .prese'ht-company. 'Xfi�� :wfi��*��5fi#i?:-;..i;,*.i/jf*,:  the capital ttcck waa 200,000 .'shares ���*  $5   each;; shortly..^(te^^i^^ttjtlj.^  smelter waa commenced, an additional  60,600.shares   were 'ts'aued.     The ia-* 'i:***..  tended new issue is 150,000 share* ��f . ,    ;  *'.*>** .J , ������: t   "-,1^.     '     "   ���    '  the par value of $5.   s  The money is needed for the iollow-  ::��� r.Wi......a-. ������ ' '������������������:��� ���'���'.���..'>���������. . i :  mg purposes : *= ^ .  ���"��� To ^terect ..a-.converter and refinerr t�� .   .  >traatihe product of the soujtof* ���;. '..-.,.  To: ffect -. new *furnacea ao that 4he  Crow's- Nesl* Coal ccoqjpany, ;i.that ..the, .capapj[t3r..of ttie/��mel��er-"wlll'b�� at hut-  2000 tons'a day; "���'?'���' ���   :**'���: ' -.     :���'..���".  And "to acquire new * mining ft*p&���  ties that can bei'advantAm^T.T*^;  ehisedat the present timer*1-,' >t~ ���'������"-  . ..XJia.t the company^ intended iacrtaft-  W. Frawley of the Greenwopt'..Barber Shop has made some improvement.-  pa his establishment.    He^has put.iiit^  porcelain bath tub andlh the thtsfutuf*  .   *��� ������      ���** >  ���:*���'      ���'.      .*i     >  '    -.*      ���:���      ::  thefprice fpr.ibatHs at this popular)shot  will only'be 25 cents.       4t  smelters, a.re. ge^ing. aflid. yvill.get all  the fuel they need, empty coal and  coke bunlters do riot, * "confirih'"tfi'U  beautiful 'dptimismi -' Ceftilftly' it is to  be hoped. that.'; the ^promises ufae ithe  future,, willv < aofr. bf,*. ^as;; .-illusive. ,<^.a?  the performances of .the ..past... With  plenty of fuel and a reasonable steadv  copper market, ihe Boundary during-  1903 should eVsiiyequal the ''Out'pirt'- of  all*other portions of>the*. province combined.   ..: *.��� .,....,:..:...('. ; ..;.;;..,;.*; r  v,^...*^  *;*);*. ���  . Elsewhere the Titnes; has :re^erred jto  the arrangements which are. sugg*es|fd  by the directors of the B. C. Cbpper  company^" WitK"t^ie', iricrea'se'-capital-  ization, itistheintentton* to* bring* thi*'  capacity. :pf. their,, smelter ;up, ito 200-  tons, daily. ���.,(This,imeansitheiinsta]la-.  tion of at least, four ^additional ..fur*;  nrces, making six in all.at the'smelter  The *convertet' arlcl refinery will meiii  increased profits' im the* company' arirt  an inareased payroll for Greenwood:; if  uTlhei,tnachin^ry:^prii-]thc^(Vthii;(J(v fur-.  iia.ee at the Montreal & B,ostor<.Copper  "oVimpany's smelter is beginning ti  arrive and tlie furnace'itkelf 'fe fc'jfpec*t-  ��� V early, in'FfebruaryV ���' About TUesda-y  Tt:xX~ No^l '"tfurnScervphiclr=h*v. ".been1  -. uiiuing Lsinc^.theifPfesentrs comp.arvy  '*i;quired the smelter wiU._ be .blown,,.o,i\t  '���v.'id"No. 2'blown inr Extensive re-'  pdifs will' 'then' tie';inia;e t'rf Nd'.'l'jfuif-  nace,-the* buildings Will"b*e"��i<Wna��id  and early in March ...the*.; company  expects.^to. hay.e-thr(;e furnapes in ful.l  Vl'ast.     Mr.   Goodell, the superintend;  ���*.:..*.,.*. ���*;������ ������? J*, li--.:-   j-ii--.-.;.���::,.���'i \.-i.*.  eritis at present in the east consulting  ivi'h   the  dire'"totN ofthe cbihpifiV iii'  r.-lerence to"the* ni'stailaiio'ti;"of:add-ffi-  Dtial. furnaces 'aridr  aitoessemerizunf  plant., vThe three furnapes, themselves  will have a capacity of  about 900 tons  .-.-.'..���  i.'.1   .*'   xr.':'i'-     .*..'.,'.����,,-.. j ;-,..��� tiii  daily.  '! .-,'-���'���*   j.-.-:' A-'.     ���'/���>*-��>������:���'.'���> t: ���'5.V.*'-'*  At the Granby smelter, the capacity  of the plant'will be increased arid'the  compaiiy exffect to treat? over '-xWO^ tons  4 day early, in the year.  :.    :*, i r.  ., Reference ��� is made: elBe.where--.to the  intentions pf/ibe. S>no\y��h9e copipajyr^  Ct is understood;that ^jpswill ^e.Ja^en  t an  early  datf to secure a smelters  .: ....    *.-.,.J ���     -j :,l... .������!������ ..i:,:i -.r..A. -.:.  ing,its ,8mel,ter,and adding a converter  and.refinery was announced aone tiara1- ���-  ago| 'and if'thi' shareh*ldeti'��� aathoriffe .  ttiie'i'ifcVea's^/of Capitali. aa --thay'�����*.���  doubtedly willv: the work .will Im b��fii^ (  atani.early.date.-.i;    ,.'.-���,>*.-���;*���'���; rf5i-;_v_ia  *:*'i-.j*  ;; Curlih^rat Rossland.  �� -'t.'i'i,  .IS-i:*:*'*  jThe, Greenyvood .,an<J .PhoeaUt timka'  arrived home from the 'Kootenay Carl-' "������ *���'  ing As'sociatitfn'bonspiei heldit'lti����'��- A.-.i-frr,  lan'difatisf:wi'ifck''oii Saturday lai��t;*'';The . . . .  ^)6y ar a re exceedingly -well pleaae* wltfc  ihe;*Jt5.<?atme^t $hfj.^t9cfiffi:l ��t,,,*..thf  .lands i of the .Rosaland - club, ana the  issociation.committee.'   While the ice  ti-viwi: /*���������!. ^y.uQfl.6 -rnHAxSK^' i.*-*?J*3*,*S��)*Ji  was extremely heavy nearly  all week,-  Vi��t ^W^n tk^iiit-rtu'Ac^of.'* ""  ������<r:'^ .*  I        Boundary Ore ~* '  -j* ' .���:-:o>*'Ki'"  % \9Q0 ;196#'v  .'��� Granby Mines  64 533       231 ��2  y Mother Lode  5 340   ::.'...-.-  99 548''  X B. C. Mine        19 444.    47 517'  i. Snowshoe  .;  297      1 731  X Sunset :....:    800  '/, Brooklyn  150          ���J* Morrison .'.  150  ���i* R.Bell        560'  "/.   I     Emma         ....: '...   ��� 650  .*��� Winnipeg  '1076      1040  Y Golden   Crown   2 250    ...,     'X Athlestan  , 1200     '.  850  .;. King Solomon  665  ���> No. 7 '.       .AAA..::.      '���"':'"���   X Citv of Paris :...,.. 2 000   '-"~:    * 325.  i* Jewel  160   .: ..:      ^ 890*  * Carmi      ' ...:..i.~..   "... :.....  " "������ ::;-:f..V.  X Providence          '. ......_......  .\. Ruby ...:....���.-*.   :.':  .........A  ���'' Miscellanesus  3 230      ..:..    -      ..���   ���> _' * ; _____  X Total Tons         99 730 389 618  .���"���.....-������^���.���,.-a  nts^  **  '������'��� 1902.-*  310 601  141 326  - -14 V27  20 800  *    8"010  ..Week.  7 985  -2'688'  .,*  690i.:.  .1 050  ,-.*-12jf *���=  1903,/. r  25 215  10 272'*  -3'! 280..  .2 580 '  4  :\'r.;.:��.i..  ���.h:....r.Ui '  ��"-i .-. ���...���  ���%  ���   -7900:  785  1I"840:.  .i-3-870.'  4  X  ���>  t  X  ��   625  '    . 1  ""532  \Z'Sa '  ''���".:���."'.*  I  "2 "i75 '  : :������;���:���'���"��������  ���^���A  * ���   .172 ���  . .,47  A'  X  X  t  . *  507 811  13 373  46 411  'jret When thecaltittt'de^dtRoaWiiiBd la .  conatderedv >��pe- can *iipa'fiae'la\what.  4tatj;.the; ice would hay* beea. in : *��tiver  owns of lower altitude. ,���. ., ,,���,,;,., ',,,,-  The Phoenix club won^the two !.ar����  ::.,���".*.:;;   -:w,- S   * ,tii"-i^AS't.f'.'iAf'K-<.,St :'. (;}^A,A  .'st trophies, naniefly the New York  Cife Grand -'5-Challeng*1 C'lip"'5 and itit  OHverCupf^Gf eenw6c<J >witt{\thie*Wiit"  largest cup, j the, AJacltiv.tqah^-^Ml c*aa-.  srs;_, Nelson ,won the 'Tuckett anl. tlie  Hudson's Bay, and RosslaAd rinks will  play^fof tWe':''^n'i"-,fc\ihi^uil��'aa '  sboii aa-they'get f avouriibla'ice.* Kom^  land ������ alsa.fgpt-'ithe; Walkeryille,  the.  tJIPflto 'A?rf.iP��/P-!:9��\( J^***' ��Rf1n*er*��'ap)  ,wi^L be curledfor as soon as the.' ice is  each rinfi' is in shape'.' The preaideat  an<i"secfeV4rybY'^h"cliil��;-'#iy'e^tiify  to' t'fie acoraS *made Try/thi indirldital  playera.. r-,  ,-.- ���;���; . .;_ ',*&/:. ^ty-.^.-.i'.-:  .In , winning   the , Mackintosh���All  1.^....... . ���      . 1        *''-.'..*../ .,-  comers trophy the home.club succeeded  iii downing one Portland, one Sasdoa  anii'two'��Nels'6hTriniks5'i:'!Phe acbrea^ are  givtftt below. .j-::v "' tit-;'iir'.,>\*;���'?v'" '^  v.Greeawood, E., F. Ketchijin, skip 8:  , sRqssland, A. W.  Strickland, skip *  ?���- ...;', .'^...m- ..j,   ���1--,->-<y-- �����'��� *���'���  > Greenwood,; R.::;E.-,.JKst^m; skip9  ,. ,N,el��9n,. P^ A^tit^ang,;��kip S. ;-A,-,  ..Gpeep.wood,. (?,,��. .K|^tch>>io,,skip> J4.  .-...Sicndon, A- E. Hall, ��kip4. .     , .,..,,.,  ��� ���'���-��� **-f   ':.i���h    ��� :a*   ���-. ���'���;**��� *r*  ;'-, ,'J :****-.  * '������: Greenwood,-^���F. Ketchuja,, akip 7,."  .. Nelspn>./W,ro-.Riphardsop,.sJiig i.,s  ;;  ���'It- might.-be   mentioned' tl;>t   Mr.  .,  Hall's rink of Sandon woi thia %tQBkf  last ycav;"v" ���" '"���   ��� ���'-' ' " '   -"'.' r;  The'cor'n^r'h jury' \<t\\b inVestifVtM'-  the'deitfi of AH&h J.* Giitrt6e brake* "���:  man wbo'^ras skilled'.':at>:Sliolt- '���9...  Thhraday evei��iqj-qtlaat^Mbbreoffct *..  -.�����*.?*..  ���i-t.r it.:  ���'���'��� '-4 -,  . . i*r  1 vfv'  \ ���*.' ?.'  ��� ��� �����*'.  .*:.':;  -'i-  A. I i.  ;~x��<K~>��><~:^KK������'*e<*****<M>*  parlors.  Dr. McRafe cdrrauctedtHe',str*lc��i--:   ' '  ��� ���" ��� ��� ��� ���*"��� "������  The "undersigned, being: th<^ holder  of. a certificate, from the Commiaaioner  of Crown Lands of Ontario, which ea-  titles him to a grant of 160 acre* of  land in -that - Province according* to  selection to be made under the pro-ris*-  ifins of Act I., Edward VII., Cap. 4,  -invites tenders for purchase pf his.  interest in same for cash. For particulars enquire at this office.   ���-���  SAMUEL IOHNSTON.  Dated this 20th day'of January 1903.  ���i   ���' Pnffe 2  'hiss  BOUk >AY Greek  times  T^fl*  li.LlB  Tilt  LATEST  pr.SKiNS IN  JMPOHTRD  WOOLLENS  TO  SELECT rRO,n.  men  curpaa stskkt  GREENWOOD, B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  riT AND FINISH AMARANTEED,  P. O. BOX 252. OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTKL.  Cfce  ,��S oJ v ji j-.j  SsnOAW Jtoss........., Masaoiifo Editor  /"    ,    RtrBSCRTPTIONS TN ATJVATVCE.  0>.Vil.rii)  '.*.".' * * ' *     .-'     -.'.  ftlt   tfSAK   a*r Moirraa   To 'FoKKlbft'CobNTRIiea'.  \'.*2 00  ..... 1 25'  ....,'2 50*  PHIDAT* UANUART 30,vl��W3.;  provinciat mining  a390cia-   ,. tion  cheerful reading.   The te-iaatks of the  Rif ht Hon. the Sari of Chesterfield,  the chairman; Mr. Geo. S. Waterlow  deputy chairman, Dr. Lewis Jones and  Anthonj J.: McMillan  the managing  director had the proper ring-. ��� Difficulties there are no doubt and disappointments but hie would be a foolish investor,   indeed   who expected   automatic  ! dividends.   The   chairman   .expressed  : satisfaction with the work done, paid a  : well merited tribute to the staff of the  i company, and presented and an en'coitr-  ���j aging . outlook   to   the, shareholders.  ; Mr. Waterlow , in  an   interesting way  told of his visit to the mine last summer/what had been done in the mat-  | ter of srcurltif a reduction of freight  rate* and of the interview with the pro-  vlnclal gpTerament in reference to the  abolition of the notorious two per cent  tax.   Regarding the Snowshoe smelter  WHEN .OUGHT  WE TO  GO;TO A'DENTIST?  Many think .it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to the teeth until the  appearance of the mouth is  affected by 'damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of either policy ��� is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  m'omfent on the subject knows  that J'ood cannot he masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decayed, or  othervise out of working- order;  and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST   ....-.,  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood. B.C..  Emm & mm  Insurance, Real Estate and General Agents  ^���Accountants, Auditors and Notaries Public���^  REPRESENTING-  Norwich Union Fire Insurance Society  Sun Fire Insurance Co.  Caledonian Fire Insurance Co.  Hartford Fire Insurance Co.  Scottish Union Fire Insurance Co-  Queen of America Fire Insurance Co.  Phoenix of Hartford Fire Insurance  Co-  Aetna Fire Insurance Co.  Insurance Co. of North America.  Oifi  ces  MINING PROPERTIES FOR SALE.  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B. C.  <>00<XK>000<KXH><>000<KX>0<><>0<>Oi;i<><^^ OOOOOOOOO  ���oooooooooooooooooooooo OOOO StOOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOOO OOOO  BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38.I. 0.0. F.  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at' 8 00 in tlie  I. O. O. P. Hall.    A cordial lnvl tatlon is ex-  tended to all -sojourning brethern.  D. A. Bannerman, Kreo B. Holuks.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  Etceptioo -��haa yery-. proper!/ been  takes to tbe nnUappy tutroductiou to  tbe call for the brganiaatian of a general   provincial''! mining    awsociation.i Mr. Waterlotr   had ''the'following'to  ���^st; C'tirs.?, > p**.ii.';v;:*'*ti ;:���*":- ';,*  . ���;,   ,*���,,*:. .   ',        .....     .;. -.     *, ���* .*  It.is do.j.eaey  to ��aj   ".The conditions l say:  *   .'������������,   *  AND OFFICE SUPPLIES  Established 1836.      Incorporated by Royal Charter.  .CAPITAL, ���.^i,000,0OO--$4,866I666.66  Reserve Ftind,^365,000--$1)776,333.33  HEAD OFFICE     London England.      H. STIKEMAN, General Manager, Montreal,  j'. ELMS1.Y, Superintendent of Branches.  Brandies and agents in all tbe principal cities of Canada and  tlie   United States,  and correspondents in all parts of ilie world.  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper Street.  o<k>oo<>oooooooooooooooooooo��ooooooooooooooooooooooooo6  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo* oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  ,, CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS,  LEDGERS, DAY ROOKS,  TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES,  FYI/ES, INK, MUCIIvAGE,  PASTE, ETC., ETC...  A  complete line of, .office, supplies  always on hand.   ....-,  Office and pocket Diaries for*1903.  ��grrqnndin#, the yinlqing:. industry of  British Columbia���the principal indws-  . Xtf ��1 ;ihe, .srov;ince-rh��,v<;���; beconke so  .iJliiSjiCC^iil   lit  i.**,:tiA'i !-.>-./  burdensome   that   minlftg*' operatioaa  hare ceased to yield a profit to forester*,';����a capital haa ceased io flow into  *-��fi);st!ii:   .-\*i.*>:- r, -v- ���-���  ���.*,**.���     ���*,.*���.*  tb�� ��saatry,'; but. guch a statement ia  neither wise > nor profitable. Thai e i|  Should b* and there are much stronger  VmLaMas why'ill directly or, indirectly  interested' ia Mining- should be. united I  luopegowerfai a��aociati<)a. The un-  h*p��y.;phraainsof an individual should  iaot how��T*r,; det��r those interested In  tbe indttatry from leading; their assist-  ahce'to a ��ood movement.   The aasoc-'  At.*.   V        r-'.i.       Il-:-       ��� l^ I <i }.: '���-.       ..   *-.'*���:    .-;  iatio^n ahould be formed and all parta  of the province ahould be represented.  At the preliminary1 meeting held in  Victoria, it waa deoided to hold auch a  conTehtibh at the capital on February  25th._ A.rrangement8 hare been made  with the C. P. R. for a aiaffle rate fare  far all delegates and wirea. attending  the conrentlbn. In the call the follow*  isig itiptructioua are giren to .the rar-  ioaa ceinmuiaities:  The firat thing to be done in each  city and district ia to call's meeting aa  promptly aa posaible of all persons in-  teraated in ipintBg, eapecially of the  practical working miaera, mineowaera,  merchants, farmers and other* whoae  bualaeM prosperity ia affected directly  or indirectly, by the prosperity of the  mining industry, and let each man  aifaithf metaberahip roll. Each cosa-  aaaity ia entitled to send one delegate  for e*��ry 26 members, or one delegate  la the case of a community of lcaa than  aOjmembera. Tha Chairman: of each  miettag'will promptly send in the  aaaaea af all membera to the Recrrtary  H. Mertiwer Lamb, Victoria il C.  , The delegate*'credentials vrijl coa-  aiataherely of a> letter aigaed by the  cbalrtaanandsecretary ot each ideal  bT&cbV certify iag the number of Baeoa-  bera' enrolled la tha city or district,  and the names of the dalegatea ap>  poiated..      ,?���>';������'-.���  "During the visit, of; your directors  they made a contract with the Boundary Falls smelter the owners of which *j  also own the Sunset mine, and they at  present are taking a large part of out-  ore.' Should they suddenly discover a  much greater body of ore in their mine|  they might not of course require mucb  of ours; hence the'deairability of work- j  ing foirwaW to having a smelter of our  own. Therefore, during our stay in  the country, we yiaited four smeltera  with a view of aeeing all the methods  and details of management, and what  it might be best for us to do in the  future, and we also visited three smelter sitea with a view to future possibilities, and I can aaaure you we have  Boods, Stationery and Office  ies, Etc. .;   :  ooooooooooooooooooooooOOOO  THE SNOWSHOE COMPANY  Th�� annual report of the Snowshoe  Gold & Copper Mine* Ltd. from tha  press of Waterlow A Sonal^ondon baa.  jaat tWen received. After the usual  paMitKlatic utterances of directora of  EsgUab cora^aalea the report aalraa  made ourselves fully cognisant of the  details and costs of smelters. On account of ��� the s��lf fluxiug properties of  the Snowshoe ore, it can be nmelted  very cheaply, and, ati it does not require roasting, the metal contents can  be extracted in from 24 to 48 hours."  The Earl of Chesterfield was also  good enough to refrain from placing  the blame on this much libelled province for all the ills that attend the  mining industry. He placed the blame  where it belonged. In this connection  he said:  "In conclusion I have one more word  to say and that is with regard to the  position of mining in British Columbia  generally. I am perfectly aware it is a  matter of common noteriety that owing  to circumstance* which occurred within the laat year or two i n connection  with certain compan ies owning mines  in that country and details of which it  la not necessary for uie to' enter, the  confidence of the liritish investor in  British Columbia aiiue��, bas in a great  measure, been ahakcu, and I am not  surprised. To restore that confidence,  as far aa lies in their power is, and  will be the aim and object of your  board."  Taking it all la all, the report of tho  Snowahoe company is decidedly encouraging and refreshing after tho  miserable jeremiads that have been  wafted across the ocean. The Snow-  shoe company has a splendid mine and  what seldom happens a promising mining property ia being esploited by men  of the right stamp.  YOUR  SWEET  TOOTH  Gets active about Xmas  ������Wejcan.s.atisfya.it-,_:^,^.,^-.--  ' tWa<aWM>Ma��WMMaMM<MWM��M^^IMai  Delicious  CANB1BS  CHOCOLATES  ETC.  E.SEMERAD,  Denier In Frnilrt. Confectionery pic.  3000000000000000000  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  Co. of London, England. ance Co.  America   Assur-  of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The  Canadian   Birkbeck.' In-  .  vestment and Saving's Co.  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE  if  m  1  II  THE:  Copper Street.  ^1  if OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  2k.  MEALS  AT  AU.   HOURS  PRIVATE ' ROOMS  FOR   LADIES.  TRY   OUR   COFFEE  .Jfc  Charles R.tPittock,  cPropfr.  j? t? **" jp j? js* j? i? s?1 js" ^ i? ^ & ���f K" if  .�� S> <$ -M v** & & v�� j* j�� j�� ,* & v�� ^* J* <��  Do you u��e Slue Sibboo Tea ?  PerfectSight  a matter of Foresight  jPjPsPjfjPjfjfjf,ji',s?i?'}fvj?'js,ss,^jr  jf j? jp ip jf %<? �����? ar >���' if j? jf j? jp:? t? i?  %*  %%  *\%  ����.  *v*>  jit J. Jt j* j* jt Jt jt j* & j* .< ,* ^ vt ,< ,��t j," tf fi* i? ji*1 j,* >" j," j;" >���* jf jf ji" js,�� *;��� ��>'��� ^,  &jijitj*j*jtjtjitjxj*jij*jtj*j*&j* i?w*ii?isv> "^jf af jfjfjf jf jf jf jf  Greenv^ood  Liauor Company  ^ * ^ Pabst and  ^ ^ v+ ���algary Beer*  R GRIEGER, Manager.  R*fc  %%%  AA  /.%  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd!  r,':X-r^!4-   <4��"  Maiij cases of eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future  trouble.  J. L. WHITE  Druggist and Optician,  Oreeowood, k C.  January   1903  Announces  Our Mid-Winter Clearing-  Sale,  THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON to buv from every  department 4WAY UNDEK VALUE.  FURS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED.  25 per cent off all Furs, including Collarettes,  Victorias' and Muffs.  Caperetts,  25 per cent off all Men's Clothing,   Overcoats   and   Mack-  inaws.    Come vrhile the bargains last.  The  Hunter-  Co. Ltd. ti  lJa��e 4  THE   BOIHM >AY CREEK.   TIMES  ion  TO HAS/E THE BEST WHEN THE COST IS NOT GREATER.  We keep only the best Staple and Fancy Groceries, all; carefully selected,  Our prices are always rights ^^^^  M  CORRERSTREET, GREENWOOD.  THE BOARD OF TRADE.  While it Is to be regrettPd Unit more  united interest I is not taken by tlir-. cit-  iz'eus of Greenwood in tlie Board of  Trade or aii.v other organization that  has .for its object th��. upbuilding of the  town, other cities art*, suffering from  the same state of affairs. In more than  one town in the province, the citizens  have fathered for the purpose of discussing* ways and means to promote  thi interests of their respective cities.  It ia a rather remarkable coincidence  that in the city of Victoria, a number  of business men discussed the organization of a league similar to that suggested in Greenwood and were met by  a similar argument, in reference to the  Board of Trade. The Victoria Colonist  in discussing the matter fairly des-  scribes the position of the board of  trade and the others who have a common object iu view but do not belong  to the board of trade. ��The article  applies with'equal force to Greenwood  and is given below.  Two nights ago a number of business  men of Victoria met together  to  con-  aider ths advisability of assisting   the  business interests of the citv   by  combination and joint  effort.    The  meeting-was enthusiastic and numerously  Attended.   The discussion was free and  open and of a decidedly practical character.   At the same moment the Board  of Trade is lamenting the falling away  in iis membership, its influence and its  finances.   It is evident therefore that  theBoard of Trade does not represent  those merchants who are  anxious for  an organization to advance their interests'   Is   there   any   reason    why    it  should not do so?   Is there any  reason  why there should be two organizations  having practically the same ends,   but  composed of different people?   Is there  not sufficient division of effort in  Victoria already in matters affecting the  interests of the city, without adding to  it?   It would seem to be only  common  sense that this  proposed  Chamber of  Commerce   and  the  Board   of   Trade  should   amalgamate.    But   of    course  ���verything*depends upon the terms  of  amalgamation.    To make it  fair,   and  to produce an   effective  org-anizatiau,  The Board of Trade should reduce  its  entrance fee, every official of the Board  of Trade should hand  in  his  resignation, and a general meeting of the  reconstituted and enlarged Board should  beheld to elect  its  executive officers  and   committees.    We   do not   for    a  moment hint that  the  officials of  tue  Board are incompetent  or ineffective.  But they ought to have a mandate from  the enlarged Board if they ar��: lo properly represent it in its broadened form.  By the absorption  of new   blood   the  Board of Trade would be greatly streng,  thened and improved in utility.    By incorporating with the established organization, the uew movement taking place  would   accomplish    more.   This   idea  may not appeal either to the  Board of  Trade or to the promoters of   the  new  organization, but it appeals to us.  and  we believe to the people of Victoria, as  containing a certain germ of  common  ense.  Board of Trade  Regular Monthly Meeting Held on  Thursday  A well attended meeting of the-Beard  of Trade was held on Thursday afternoon with PresidenLGeo.'R. Naden in  the chair. The first matter considered  was a leiter from Smith Curtis M, P. P.  member for the district iu which he  asked the cooperation of the board in  preparing the list of requirements for  Greenwood and vicinity.. A- similar  request having been received, by the  city, council, a .committee comprising:  Aid. McKenzie, Kirkwood and Bunting  were present to confer with the Board  on the matter. After some discussion  Julius Ehrlich. D. 6. McRae aiid"Robert Wood were appointed a committee  to join the committee from the' council  in preparing a list of  requirements.  The secretary was.instructed to.write*  the government  requesting  that  stip  endiary magistorate McMynn have authority to hold a s mall debts "court in  Greenwood. -,.,.-,  The question of securing* increased  membership and increased interest in  the board was discussed at length and  and acommittee comprising* Messrs.  Galloway, Mytton and Ross was appointed to discuss the matter with the  Citizens League and report back to the  Board.    The calling of a public m"eetiiiijr*'-tb  elect delegates to the rProvincial Mining Association ��vas left .ta- raining  men to take initial action.  The  subject of  Dr.   MacR'ae's  dis  course on   Sabbath evening   will   b#"  "Why is the Bible not in our schools.*  There  was   a   large* crowd   at   the  second  carnival. held v"'at ���'.. the skating  ink on*Thursday;*evening-under the  management of' ��� the * Citizens" Band.'  The costumes were even . prettier than  on-the previous occasion  and .some of  the  couples   were ?; very   handsomely  costumed and showed that a great deal  of :interest-and.trouble "had Jjeen taken  in getting* them*up' and', well* deserved  the prizes they'wOn.   'The pri-/<: for the  best costumed couple, lady arid gVntle-  ni'aii'.* was   wbn'by'Mrs".   F..'H.   Mac-  K-siif.ie'a-nd'Mr. Bird'Vhb were artistically" dressed  in  "Court coSthriie" and  they were presented with  a .purse each  containing-^ 85 gold   piece, given by  the   Citizens'-Band.    The next * prize  given for the best costumed >. lady; wasj  gained ;by' ^is's'tti. Flesher who was;  prettily cosfu'ined toJ* represent "Queenj  Elizabeth"!.   This prize'wVsJS*:pretty'  box  containing 'three bottles  of per-;  'fiVm-e,'given"''by.'''Mr.''J:'"T5rWhite;-*,;Thq  fancy': vest given by C.. Wilson'&iCo..,|.  waa.wbtiiby!Mr.v'-W;.;M. Frith,.', who was;  dressed as:VSir;^alter;;Raleigh!;'.   The  prize given by J. X,.;Coles {for.the best  costumed girl and which.'w.rls'.'a^ manicure set was gained'l))'' 'Miss   Leila.  MacKenzie who was uniquely ..dressed  .as.VNight'.'.. .Master  Clinton' At wood  costumed as   a   "Highlander"   again  gained the prize for the be.st. costumed;  boy and'received a knife, given   by.the  Russell-Law-Caulfield.Co.   The judges  on* this ^occasion, were, Messrs.   Paul,  King and McMynn.- .-.,,.- ,.-     ,-nS. .:��� ...  THE 'BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  H;E. Croais'dale' of -Nelson '���} was' in  the ci't'y'this. week!''"'' ' '   '   ' '  Thos, Deasy who .was. chipf of^the  Victoria,,Eire ;department .for several  years is*' in the city ' after' spending;  several months in the. east.     i  , F. H. McKenzie who is on the road  for the Cudahy Packing'company was  here visiting his family this week.  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ill  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops' Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by alL.the leading Hotel  NOTICE OF, FORFEITVRE.  To A. BRANSON. P.'R. CAMPHELi., .'li. A.'  ...CAMERON andnny others concerned-:!  You are,hereby,notified .thai I have'expeuded'  iiilifbor and.'improvements on the .���"Boston"  ^Toronto" aiid.."St.i Louis" Mineral claims,,  situate en .Cranberry. Creek, .West Fork of  of Kettle River, lu the Kettle River Miniug*  Division. of Yale. District, .the.'sum of Three  HiihafetT Dollars, aiid S7.S0 for recording* the  same, such beings the amount required and  necessary to hold * tbe ;said, claims under, the  provisions of the "Mineral Act' a'nd Amending  Acts;, and if at: the. expiration of ninety davs  from the date of tlie first publication of this  notice in: the Boundary Creek Times you fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of,such ex  pemliture,-' namely.'. S230.50, together with al  costs. of advtrtisiup, yo.ur. interest.lit.-said  mineral claims shall become invested in me  (your co-owner).upon; filing* in the proper -office  in that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  i r>ated;this.28tti day of October, 1902.  '"."'.'.', JOHN N..GREDEN,  Last publication Jan. 31,1903.  MINERAL ACT. 190(1.  '���'-'"   Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  NORTH STAR^RING,SILVERCEL,T.,UARD  TO-B,F.AT.MOUNTAINVIE'\V.MASSINGER  aiid BOBBIE BURNS FractionalMlneral  Claims, situate in the Kettle River  Mining*  Division of Yale District,    Where located:  On   Horseshoe   Mountain,    Main    Kettle  **.* River. ......      . ,., ......  TAKE NOTICE that-we, Mary Turner Mc  My iin and William Graham McMvnu. Free  Miners Certificate Nos. B54902 and Bs4901 respectively, intend, sixtv 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 be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements..  Dated this lStb day of July, 1902.  "   :���������. i... ������������:.   Mary TdknerMcMtnit; i  ,',...    William Graham McMynn.  Last issue Jau. 25. - '���-*���  HPAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  K^^^S^��!!!V!^;^i-S5^e; ,4 i&^Sa^ ^^  sixty davs from date hereof, to  apply to the  Mining* kecorder   for   Certificate of Irapro1  In   new  and   second  han  Furniture.      Come  and  see  goods and get prices.  A. L. WHITE & CO;  COPPER STREET,  ..., MINERAL. ACT. -.,.,:  '���' certificate of Improvements.  "notice.  Montana.  Montana:.:, -fractional.  COLORADO*- IDA;HO,  MULDQON,   and  NEVADA,   Miueral Claims. Rituale in the  - ^ r Kettle>-R iver-Mi.n inK���Divisioii T.of ^fY,ale,  District.   Where located :    Near to Canyon  ���Creek, Main Kettle River,   T<*KE NOTICE that we, Alex. Wacldell-and  William Graham McMynn, Free.Miner.-; Certi-  ficate Nos. B40,45'aud B40,601 respectively, .iii;  tend, sixtv,days from the date bereol, lo-apply  to ihe,.Mini��iB Recorderfor Certificates.* oi Improvements, for. the purpose of obtaitiinir Crown  Giaritsrof the above claims. ���;' ;'   ;. ���. ���  ��� And further take .notice that action,  iiridfcr  section 37. musl'.be commenced'beforethe issuance of such Certificates of Improvemftue*.  Dated this 31st dav of May, 1902. **"  ���AikWaddeu.  WtttlAM fiRA1I*M*Mt'MVW  La��t issue Jan.25. .  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of imBfovements.  MONA, Mineral Claim, situate  In the Kettle  River Minim;  Division   of   Yale   District.  Where IncaleJ : ��� Near to aud-Wt��t of the  Canyon  Creek i.altes.Jda'"1 Kettle River,  uud South of the El Dorada Mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE*thrjtwe,>H.;D..Barnes. Ed.  Ruckle, and  Mary   McMynn;    1- rye   �����'"��;"  Onlficate  Nos. BWsOl,  B4213S. and ��*������� respectively, Ihtond, ��Uty  days Ironi tlnv date  hereof,  to applv to the Miuiutr Hd'cunler tor a  Curtifioate of Improvements, tor tin- pitrpows 01  ohiainiiiK aCrowu Grant of thcabovvf.aini..  . Ami'further taks notice that action, under.  ���ii-i.-tl(iii .?7,  must be commenced b*-(ore Hi.-.- is-  Vu'aiii-e of such Certificateof Improveiccuw.  Hated this 31st dav of May, 1902,  H. D. Barhel.  I En. Ruckle.  -rr        > r\      \ , Mary M  opposite  A.   H�� bperry CQfj   i.,v,r.^...-jan.25.       .     .         MINBRAI,'iVCT,  Certificate of ImiproYement.  ...* .     * ���!'.���.; *NOXICR.ii " ;  EOURTH-O.F-JUI..Y, Mineral  Claim,  sitaate  Mlninc* Division of Yale  District.   Where-' located:��� Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICEtbnt we Alex. Waddell and  E. Sullivan, Free Miuers' certificate Nos.  B. 40,450 and B. 40,449 respectivelv, intend, sixty-  days frtfm the date' hereof, to" apply to the  Mining* Recorder:for aCertificate of Improvements, for the purpose .ofJ'Obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And   further take notice thatt.action uuder  section '37, must-be commenced- before1 the Issu-*  ance of such Certificate of Improvemaufs  ADated*this3l!jt.' dav of May, A. D. 1902.  Certificate of Improvements.  : NOTICE; '���      *   ���   ���  CORNWALL .Mineral . Claim   situate   in   th* *  Kettle River Mining Division of Osovoos  ��� District.      Where   located : ,-About ' two-  miles North east of Camp McKinney on  McCarreu Creek,  a-,..     :.,,,���  4^:i4,i44WlI*ERAUACT.-_--.-^_.^^4  Certificate of Improvements.     i  j: <)��� ' -. ;0;;.;NOTlCE.-;*: *-���*���:'   .;. ���  AMANDY Mineral Clalhi, ��� situate in* the  v. Kettle River Mining*'* Division- of. Yale  A. District., Wliere located :- Iii I. oil ir Lake  A    caihp. ���'���' .' '    *,  *'; TAKE NOTICE timt; 1, ;c. M. Shaw ajrent  for James Hunter: Free .'Miner's'Certificate Nol*  B50922 intend, sixty days froni t lie date hereof;;  to apply to tbe Mining Recorder fora Certificate1  of Imprdve.ments, for tin- ourpuse of obtaining;  a Crown Grant of tliiiaboveclaim. :  ;���';. And further: take notice' that action, under  sectioiii.17... must be commenced   before the issuance of sueli Certiiicate of Ini|>rovemeuts.  g Dated this8th day of July, A. U.^902.  i First issue Nov. 28.  C. A*. E. SHAW.  I '     MINERAL ACT.  3 ���    Ceitificate. of Improvements  .-,;���  NOTICK.  "MEXICO"- Minf-ral Claim,. *-itu;��t.- in tin.  Kettle River Mining Division of .Y.'ili-Dis-  nict. Where located : Iu Triple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE tliat I. Albert E. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certificate No.' BJiUtS,- act-  iii(f. as a^ent for J oh n C. fan'. Free Minet's  Certificate No. H50582. iiiteiid, *l vty days from  the ilato'hereof, to apply to tln-.Min.iinr Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvement-*,: for the? purpose if obtaiiiliiH* a Crown Gram ol Ilu- :il>oi-e  claim   .-..���.  And fiirtlu-r take notice that anion, under  neciion 37. must be cnminenci'il before tin- is-  ��� nance of such Certi lit Hie of IniprnviMiii'tim.  Dated this 30th day of Sept��inlii-r. A. !>.. l'<di  nprove-  ments,   for the purpose* of obtainiuy* Oravn  Grant of the abovecla'iEj.  .Anit nrthertaxe notict'. u^l. actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3rd day of July, A. D. 1902  Sept. 18. SIDNEY M.  JOHNSON  MINERAL ACT  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To LEWIS MEYER, FERDINAND HASSE,  and to any person or persons to whom thev  mayhave transferred their interest in tha  "WHITE HORSE" Mineral claim situate  in Copper Camp, in the Kettle River Mining Division of-Yale District, British Columbia.  You are hereby notified that we have caused  to be expended S205.00 to hold tbe said mineral  claim under the '-Mineral Act" that the pro-*  portion you should contribute for vou undivided one half interest iu the above claim is $102.50  and if within ninety days from the first publication of this notice vou fnil or refuse to ��on-  tribute the said sum of S102.S0 which is now  due, with all costs of advertising, your interest,  in the said mineral claim will become vested in  us the undersigned, your co-owners under section 4 of an Act entitled the"Mineral Act Amend  ment Act" 1900.  Datpd at Greenwood this"th November, 1902.  Makqaret k- Mkkcer,  15. L- Wood.  James Graham,  Annie Hcdscx.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOHN COLLINS a ml  any   person  ot   pei.  sons to whom hem:iv have transferred  bis  interevu in the "TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situaie on the Wr-si   Fork  of   Kettle  River.  lyJntf  North  nf anil   adjoining   the   Knob  Hill   Milieu, 1   . 131111    In   the   Keule   Kiver  Mining Division ,.t Yale- Iiistriri.  You an- hm-ehy noiilii-il that I have expciidrj  $102.50 in unliM  10 liold the   ;:i'nl  minornl  claim  uudei the provision* of the  .\ilnf ml  Act. that  you should contribute if 1.25 a;, vour  portion   ol  the said   sum   for   vour  undivided one half Interest in said claim :nnl if'within '<0 -lavs from  the first inseriioii .,1 this notice von   fail   or refuse-to oontiilMito tin- sum  of ;.ril.2S which Is  now due bj   you. lot'-'dii-r with    all   cog|��  of  Hdvt-rtlsiuif.   v.iin    Inti-n-si     in     said    mineral  claim   will   become-  tin*:  property  of   the   sub-  (���rrihei- under  s.-.iiou   four of au   Act entitled  the "Mineral Act A iiii-ihltm-iit Act." l'JOO.  '   Dteda at  Given wood    li.  (.'.  the 28tbdavof  tl,*l.,b.-i, tooj. JOHN MATTHEWS.  Last iiiht-rt fioiKiu. .U-.I. I'm.",.  *. **Jijt#JiJijtjijv#ji#jiCjiijt\i* ^^jUJ^jsjus^JJji^^J*^^^ .ji^'^^'jc'jijijiji.jijJ.jt^jej*^.^'. , j* .# & j* j* ji J j* .* s* j* .* j* * j* * j* js^^^^jt^^jrjtjj^jtjs^jtjt*  %  lb  i  llil%H    ;    ^1 111 1  H    ���    yuan    ^  %  i  IMPORTED    DIRECT  ��   : :    :   FROM   :   :  \  ^    "^Sfc^  THE   OLD   WORLD.  NEXT T�� THE  CLARENDON  . . . HOTEL  irfriPWWIt'***'*' ^^trirjriPir^if rjffpjfrrjf jpjp jeK*?iPjF��r��rsrsPs��'tf��<'je't��'*?**** j?*?*Pt?&ir*rae#i?ii'i?iririvtrir THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  Page 5  CORPORATION CITY OF GREENWOOD.  Auditor's  Report  of  the  School   Bnildingf Fund for the  Year 1902.  RECEIPTS.  To 11. C. govern men l on account of  bonus of j$,0iXi   To Cash received for sale of $5,iK��i  Debentures .'   To Cash received from tfovernineiit  for exchanging sites   ����� 125  ���I Sun  1 1��j0  PAYMENTS.  Ity  Httiiilry  payments, advcrlis-  iiiB* bylaw, etc   Hy Cash paid for purchase of lots  Lot i. Block 15  l,ot 3 and 4, Block M  Lot  1 and 2. Block IS  Taxes on above  f.ot 19 and N�� 20, Block 11  Moving* house  Ity cash paid Bunting* & Dempsey on account   By cash paid architect.   By balance _  401  1 000  TOO  240  98  2 447  ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE TRAVEL  ..BY THE C. P. R.  PEED  AFETY  ATISFACTI0N.  $9 925  94U  3.575  280  2 575  $9 925  I. H. HALLETT, Chairman  RALPH SMAILES, Secretary  I hare examined the School Building account and find that $9,925 has been  received by the City Treasurer for thin purpo.e, and $7,345 has been expended  leaving a balance of $2,575 to which should be in his hand* in cash; but the  School Trustees and the City have only one bank account, and the balance in  the bank to the credit of the City on December 31it, waa only S263.76 in all. In  order to observe the by-law the City Council should pay over this $2,575 to the  School Trustees which should hereafter be kept^in a separate account.  Regarding the expenditure of S7.345 detailed above S3.377appears for the  purchaae of real estate, from which $1,000 must be deducted, this being the  amount given,by the government in 6ash to the City for exchanging sites,  which makes the net cost of the real estate $2,377, of which $537 was lost by  exchanging lots in Block 15, which coat 552,437, for 8 Vx Lot 20 and 21, Block 11,  valued at $900, and $1,000 in cash.  The trustees have paid $3,595 on on account of the building contract leaving $4,195, exclusive of any extras, due on completion against which the  government still owe $3,875 on account of their bonus.  W. E. HODGES,  t��� a...  ia�� Chartered Accountant,  .   January 9th, 1903. Auditor!  The Tie That  Binds  > ^K^'H-X-^M-K^^^  u  A List of Firms Who  Ajpe   Doing-  Business in |  Greenwood. &  Was a Great Success.  Concert  and  Dance  Given   at  tbe  Mother Lode Mine.  The entertainment and dance, given  at   th*:   Mother   Lode   last    Tuesday  night under the auspices of  the mine  employes waa   a pronounced success.  This was just what waa expected,  for  not only were the preliminary arrangements thorough and complete',  but the  object  waa  a deserving one, viz., for  the benefit of H.   D. McMullan, who  whilst   employed   at   the    mine   last  September   injured  his  knee so badly  that he had ever since been  incapacitated so far as work was concerned,  '* The attendance was large, numbering about  300   and   including    many  visitors from*  Greenwood, Anaconda,  Deadwood and the Sunset mine, whilst  Eholt,    Phoenix,   MiUw'ay   and   even  Chesaw also sent representatives.   The  committee were able to arrange a good  programme of instaumental and vocal  music,   thanks  largely   to  the  kiudly  and gratuitous assistance of the Greenwood   orchestra    and    singers    from  Greenwood and the Sunset and Mother  Lode minis.    The large dining hall at  the mine was prettily decorated  with  flags and  other colored  drapery  and  greenery.    At eight o'clock the chair  was taken by Frederic Keffer.  general  manager for the B. C. Copper Co.  anO  the   following   programme was   then  rendered, and enthusiastically receiv  1. Instrumental selection    Greenwood Orchestra.  2. song,     "Two    sweethearts   of  mine,"   P   W. LuVci'.  3. song, '-Anchored",   H. W. Harris.  4. song,    "'Annie    Laurie"    Mrs,  Wilson.  5. song, "Sing me a song of the  Sunny South",   Kay Dick.  6. song, "The Little Hero", H. H.  Jones.  7. song, "I'll be your sweetheart  if you'll be mine",    Miss Pearl Butler.  8. song, "The Powder Monkey"  E. Jacobs.  9. song, "The Green Fields of Virginia",    Mra. Geo. Johns.  10. Comic song, "They're Coming  on again",    W. Wilson.  11. song, "I never loved a nigger  with a beard",    Miss Gladys Harvey.  12. Spanish Dance Miss Gladys  Harvev.  13 Instrumental selection, Greenwood Orchestra.  A screaming farce "The Doctor's  Assistant", well rendered by Mother  Lode boys, eudel the programme at  tlie close of which the chairman thanked all who had taken part for their assistance, and th* audience tor their attendance.  The hall was then cleared for dancing, and a large number of dancers  footed it righ' merrily to music played  liy the Greenwood Orchestra, with Mn.  O.'Mara at the piano, the etui of a long  - pr'ograrnma of dao'toi being reached  between three and four o'clock in the  morning. The net proceeds have 'not  yet been ascertained, but it is expected  tnat Mr, McMullan -will receive about  U40 as the result .of the efforts so kind-  sv made in his .behalf*.-} .  His Honor. JudgeL*im>'> was over  f rom Grand Forka thi-s \i".ek.  Nursery Stock  The Department of Agriculture has  been advised that  iu  response  to the  strong representations which have been  made, the Hon., the Minister of Agriculture has recommended  that  an  extension of one  month   he allowed for  the importation into British Columbia  of Nursery Stock, from those countries  to which the San  Jose Scale' Act  applies,   viz: ��� the United  States,   Japan  and Austrailia, and that His Excellency the Governor General in Council haa  been pleased to order that  the prayer  be  grante.t.   The time therefore for  the importation   pf such    trees    and  plants as come under the operation of  the San Jose Scale Act is extended for  one month, viz from the 15th  October  to the. 15th  April instead of  tbe 15th  of March as heretsfore.  The East  and West   Together.  Leaves Greenwood 2:37 p. m  Arr Winnipeg 3rd day 8:45 a m  Arr St Paul 3rd day 6:40 p m  Arr Chicago 4th day 9:40 a m  Arr Toronto 5th day 2:45 p m  Arr Montreal 5th day 6:30 p m  Arr New York 6th day 8:55 a rn  Through Tourjst  Sleeping  Cars.  EAST���Leaves Duamore Junction  daily for St Paul Leaves Kootenay  Landing, Tuesday and Saturday for  Toronto, Montreal and all Eastern  points  THROUGH BOOKINGS to EUROPE  Via all Atlantic Routes Prepaid tick-,  ets at lowest rates issued from all  European countries j  The C P R is. was. and ever will be  the "Only Way" All doubts of this  will be dispelled by application to  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenw6od,B. C,  ^^��****>*��*>*^>-h-x^^^  BANKS.  !  THE BANK OF MONTREAL,.  F. J. Finiicank, Manager.  THE MART.  (.���i'aunci; & Wickwire.  Real   Estate.    Money   lo   Loan.    Fire  Life and Accident Insurance.  THE BANK  OF  BRITISH   NORTTif  AMERICA.  W. G. H. Bhxt,       -       -       Manager'.  THE CANADIAN .BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Hknry F. Mytton,        -       Manager.  ���^MMWmm�����������������y*���������������a������ p**a  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.,  W. ELSON, "~"  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.-       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  RENDELL A CO.,  Dealers in Dry 'Goods,   Men's Furnishings,   Boots and Shoes.lMasnn ��& Risch  Pianow., etc., etc.  J. S. CARTER.  DP.A.. Nelson.  E. J. C0YLE.  G.P.A. Vancouver  Mrs.Dan Smith and family left this  week for two k.oaths visit to Dnluth,  Minn.  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co  Nelson & Fort Shepparrt Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & c. N. Co,  "'.   Van. Vic. &E. Ry. &    Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the. Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  andrN. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on' trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  ,  Provincial  Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  DRUGGISTS.  J. L. WHITE,  Druggist. Copper St.  HUNTER-KEND-RICK  CO.,  Limited,  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL-LAW--CAULFIELD CO.,  MMITKD.  Dealers  in   Hardware,   Groceries' ami  Furnishings.  AGENTS. COLLECTORS. ETC  K'KKl.)  1.1. HOLMES.  Agent,     Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for  storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp; city halJ.  C. M. Fassett of Spokane who has  ihe bond on the Gold Finch was in the  city last week.  FURNITURE  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  XROCKERY "  GLASStfARE  CDTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The largest   hotels and finest  residences in B.C. were'fur-  nished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Lkave  9l25 a. in.  10:15 a. m.  7:00 a. m.  11:00 a. m.  Arrive  5:45 p. rn.  5:10 p. m.  8:00 p. rn.  4:00 p. tn.  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  (Millers, Grand  , Forks)  9.15 a. rn. Republic       5:40  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash  p. ra.  JEWELLRY.  MILLER TIROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE,  REALEY IN VESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY.  Limited.' ' '  Grokp.k R. Nadrn,        -       Manager.  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estate.  S. BARRY YUILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Jeweller.  Oreenwood, H. C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  HALLETT A SHAW  Bakristkrs, SoucrTORS',  Notariks Public.  C.-iliK- Address :   " iur.i.E*r*r."  (.Ml,I.S    j MOI.���|I1(r.v Nl.;l|,H .  . _,,_.   .  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meal Merchant*.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "ROB ROY"   Mineral Claim, situated la the  ^     Kettle^Rlver.Mining Olylslon oLYale,District.     Where located :     Providence Creek  camp, west oi and adjoining* "Iron Mountain" mineral claim  TAKE NOTICE that I,  Jaaies  Alexander  Macdonold, acting as agent for James J  Warren, Free Miners Certificate   No. BS7360  intend, sixty days from the date hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose ot obtaining  Crown Grant of tbe above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 87, must be commenced before the  Issuance of such Certificate of Improvement.  Dated tbl* 22nd day of September.A. D., i902.  J. A. MACDONALD  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood  MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1903  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claim, situate In the  Kettle River Mining Division of Tale  District.   Wh��re located :   Skylark camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod  Free Miner's Certificate No. B5-49S4 an  agent for Charles W. B. Saniiom, Fjc��' Miner's  Certificate No. B. ?4<>7fl., Intend, sixty dnyfl from  tbe date iiereof,- to apply to the Mining Kec  order for a Certificate of lmpro*r*cment�� for  the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant to  the atore claim.  And further take notice that action, uadet  AeotlOn 37, mum be commenced bqfore the Is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of December. 1102.  J. l; McLEOD.  Last Issne March 31.  CANDY FACTORY-  C.-V.SEMERAD.  Candy^Factory .and/lce.Crca rnJParlors,  Fruits, etc.  1. II.   IIAI.MCI*T.  B, O.  u. C. SHAW.  STATIONERY, ETC  SMITH &* McRAE.  Dealers in Stationery,  Blank. Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos, Confectionery.  H. B. MUNROE,  Daaler in  Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc,  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,   Newspapery,   Periodicals.  PUBLIC NOTICE.  For Cood Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -HO TO THR-  | A. C. DAVIES,  , Manager.  ; Near McNeill's Feed Store,  la hereby (firen to the elector** f>l th-s Mui.l-  qipallty of tbe City of Greenwood that I require the presence of the ��aid elector* at the  City Hall, Oreenwood, on the 2nd dav of February, 190J,at 12 o'clock uoon. for the purpose of  electing a person to represent them In the Muni-  cifial Council an Mayor  The mode of nomination ot candidates shall  tie as follows :  The candidates shall l,e nominated In writing: the writing shall be subscribed by two  voters nf the municipality as propose! aud seconder, and shall be delivered to the Returning  Ortirer at any lime between tin' date of the  notice and 2 p. ra. of the day of the nomination,  and In the event of a poll belnj? necessary, such  poll will bedpened on the5th day of February,  1103, at. the City Hall, Greenwood, of which  every person Is hereby required to take notice  and govern himeelf accordingly.  Tbe .'qualification for Mayor is that the can-  dlda)* 'sijili ' be a male British subjects  of the full .i|fe of twenty-one years,  fcn.l are not disqualified under" nany law,  ind have been for the 'sit'.'moritlis.' next  prteedlnf the d.lf ol nomination the re|f-  lstere.l owner. InibeLaiid R^jfistry Office,01  land-or real property in the city of tbe assessed  .ralue, on the last municipal assessment roll,  of.one thousand dollars or more oVer and above  any registered Incumbrance or charge, and who  aie-otherwise duly qualified as municipal  ���oter.  Given under my  band at Greenwood, fi. C.  th* 21th day of Janiiary, 19i��.  G. B. TAVtOR.  Returning* Odir��r  H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Periodicals,  McLEOD A BROWN  itANinsTKN.s and ���Solicitors,  NoTAkius Public, Etc.  0ir"���;   Wnllac^-MiJlur Mock-. Copper ��tre���t,  Greenwood, B.C  J. It. liHOW.V. '   j    p- >IcLBOp-  ARTHUR M.WHITESIDE.  _    _..^BARRISTER, and. SOLICITOR-  Rendell  Block, Greenwood, B.C  .  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THE OEM RESTAURANT,  C. R. Pittock, - Pmpriftor.  JU. i -J M *!A     !. ��� ��� Jf!._ -��� ���  FURNITURE.  T. M. H-ULLEV.a CO.  Dealers in Furniture, Carpets ruul  Linoleums, etc.  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Enc-inuer,  Dominion    a.n����  Provincial  La.nd Surveyor.  GREENWOOD.    ;      :      :      :   B., G.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work 11 Specialty.  Wood llloi-k (next Customs otlicu.J  GKEENWOQD, g, C.  "MrNKRAt,  ACT. '  Certificate of Improvement..  NOTICK.  CAKLOTTA and  YOUX�� aEi.>KGe A.'intraJ  CUiiin?.. situate in tliu Kettlo River   Wining*  Division nl Yale lXsirict,    Where located :  TAKI':   NOTICF.   that   I. John  P. Jrlctsod, .  Tier. MinurXCVrtificaie iVo. BS40S4 as agent for  Andrea Poirt-'i, Fiee Sinter's  Ceriilicate No. B *  .'r>2-'2 and  l-'iaucl*; .1.  Finucane  Free  Miner's  Certificate      N-i. I17H30        intend   :    -flirty  days from 1 In* itiit.- In'tvol to applv to tht  iiiliiiiH' icivmli-r lor ;i certiiicate of improve  ment for I lie purpose of obtaininif a crows  Ifraiit'^ tor aliove claims.  I.asi i'-sue iMaroi, 2!  I. P. McI,EOD  BREWERIES.  THR ELKHORN UREWJCRV  Portman a Portman,       Pro^ri.M.irs.  In draft or bottles at all leading  hotels.  J. P. Kfane of tho Cariboo mine has  I*turned from a trip to Idahp.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR Co.  R. Greiger, Manager.  Agent.s  for  Pabst   arul  Calgary Beer.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  T.. GEOHCF HITEH. of theCity of Gr*��nwood-  in ill,' i'n.viinv ot Uriri-..h Columbia. F"rOi,:  iwctor: ** '  Vim ���ir,. liiTeliv ui.>iiiii',.l that I hu\e eX'peadott;  SJiKi.nii in 1 jt-i Injiriiri-L* .-Wuussnii'.ni Work* on the  *"ll:��i*,|iialial;i" .'iii'l "l-'ariitnatia"' Mlneral,-  c'iaini^. Nininte in Oojiitei* Camp, in the Kettle  Rlvi'i Mininf lii\ision. Vale District, Britfili  C.iliniilii.i. and the i>nin of iS.W ior recording,  thesaitl work, ilu-fame Ueiri�� necessary to hold  tbe clalnix nndtir tbt; piuvisions of. the Mineral  Act .*\tul Amt'ii.liiii? Acts, and if at the eiplr-  .Ttion of ninety days from the date of the first  fnililic.iiioii of t Ii is notice in the Boundary  Orer-k TimvK. ><,u fail or refuse to conrriljul*  ,M,tu* ]Mii*ii.i/i .ii sul'Ii e\ij*_*iiditui*e, nam��ly th*  stun of Jwi.st. iciifi-tliefr with all the cowtt o��  ;uU,'i ti'-tii-^*. y.'tii* interest in the said clai*ftx*i*.'  shall U'.*��init' vested in y,ii*ir co-owner-*., pl"v  r.ita. ai-'t'tiiitiii^r to their several interest's tbejr^.  in. in |iiii*s!i;iiice of the ijr.n isions of **��t.'tioi ��  ol ilu-Mineral Ail Amendment Act. lyuil.  Iiateil :it Cieenunod. British Columbia, tbit  ioth.ilnv ,,f fi.noher. A. P.. loyi.   ���'-.     ������'.<  Mtr&:st6^6ir*,:.. ���fejf  ������)��  \i  THIS    BOUNDARY    CREEJR.   TIMES.  Pag-c 5  ,MAGAZINE, PAPER  AND BOOK PRICES  Know ye that we will supply yon with any MAGAZINE, PAPER or BOOK���not in* stock���in existence  at publishers prices. By placing your order for above  with us, you save the trouble aiid expense of a letter and  the cost of, remitting. Satisfaction guaranteed. nYour  order solicited. ?��� ���  Smith S�� McRae,  Books,  Stationery, Wall Papers, Etc.  THE SEAT  IS VACANT  Mayor Smailes Resignation  Has Been Accepted.  !  Police  and   License   Commissioners  Were Recommended.  In the absence of acting- mayor Bannerman, Aid. Ross was voted to the  chair at the regular meeting* of the  coumiil on Monday evening and Aid.  Kirkwood, -Buntiag, McKenzie and  Gulley were present. The report of  tlie medical officer of health was received and referred to the incoming*  council and that portion dealing with  the septic tank at the new school was  sent to the Board of School trustees.  The committee to whom was referred  - the resignation of mayor-elect Smailes  reported that they had seen the agreement and recommended that the resig-,  nation  be  accept.d.    The report  was  ' accepted ; the office of mayor declared  vacant; Mom'ay next was fixed for  nomination day, Thursday for election  and G. li. Taylor returning officer.  ��� In this 'connection the report in the  Boundary Creek Times of the previous  meeting of the council unintentionally  might have done Aid. Bunting, Gulley  and McKenzie an injustice. Aid.  Bunting stated that as the council  must have a yalid reason for accepting  a resignation, he was not in favor of  nccepting mayor-elect   Smailes'  resig-  "ifatio^uitiTft^^^  He was not opposed to accepting the  resignation but thought the council  should have time to see the agreement  before doing anything. Aid. Gulley  and McKenzie agreed with Aid. Bunting that it would probably be better to  defer action   for m"  week.    This ex-  , planation i.s made >u jiiaiiee to the two  alderman as some criticism wss directed against them because it was inferred that they were opposed to accepting  the resignation at anytime.  A committee of the council composing Aid. McKenzie, Bunting and  Gulley were appointed to  confer  with  S. BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL       WATCHMAKJ2K       AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  SALVATION   ARMY  HALL  COPPER STREET.  Services are held every eve  Special Services are held Sundavafter  noon and night 3 p. m. an,i g p. m.  Ctfme and hear the  Cornishmen  ding*:'.  All Welojme.  the Board of Trade and Citizens League  in reference to the requirements of the  district for the information of Smith  Curtis M. P. P. who is preparing the  estimates for the forthcoming sitting  of the legislature.  The council recommended to the government the appointment of the following commissioners to act with the  mayor who is ex-officer Chairman of  both boards:  Police���Aid. Bunting and Duncau Mcintosh.  License���Aid. Kirkwood and C. J. McArthur.    ���   -   .     .   .  The only tie*1***' appointment recommended was that of Aid. Bunting, the  others having served last year.  Hockey.  The Sandon   Hockey   Team  Proved  Themselves Victorious.  It is said that if there were twenty-  five months in the year, the good  people of Sandon would not be a single  month without ice. The Sandon  hockey team bear strong testimony  tliat the assertion is correct. Every  member of the team is "greased lightning" when he gets a.pair of skates ou  and a hockey stick in his hand. Even  a staid Methodist parson from the cent  belt after a year in Sandon is now like  an ordinary Sandonite. He is not at  home unless he has skates on. The  Sandon team met the Greenwood  players on Saturday evening and  Sandon's* defence and goal keeper almost perished with the cold. There  was but little for Hem to do. No  sooner was the puck in play than one  of those little Sandon men had it and  the next'moment, it was between the  Hags. Tlie score was about ten to one.  R. H. Carley. a commercial uiau of  Nelson, made an acceptable referee.  After the senior match the Greenwood and Phoenix juniors furnished  plenty of entertainment for the spectators. They played the game for all  that was in it and there was plenty of  heayy_ checking and several_mlixjtps._  The Greenwood boys were the stronger  team   and   won  with  several  goals to  THE NEW  u  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. . Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,     Manager.  Cowney's,  HEilson Bros*,  and  Stewart's  Chocolates ���������  A Largo assortment of  English Ju'.Tubes and other  fancy candies.  Copper Street.  spare.  .On Wednesday eveniug the Greenwood junior* went to Phoenix where  the* Phoenicians returned the compliment defeating the Greenwood boy��  by :i score -jf 0 to 3. .  "Billy" McAdams of the Sandon  Pay streak who wrote himself into  fame and jail last fall is manager of  the Sandon team. Billy is keeping  himself on ice the most of the time  now as a matter of (.elf-protection as  he has no desire to become a guest of  Warden Johns a second time. As a  further protection he has Rev. Mc-  Iutyre of the Sandon Methodist church  with him all the time. Ice and parson  combined are succeeding in keeping  the fiery McAdams at a normal  temperature.  RUSSEL-LAW-GAULFIELD GO.  ABEL HALLBERG  M,\NUKACT*ORRK  AND  KUALER IN  LIMITED.  GREENWOOD AND MIDWAY, B. C.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :   :   :   B. C.  E. W. BISHOP  PLUMBING  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.    Satisfaction QuarJ  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood*  Our  Thanks  We desire  to  extend our  thanks for the very [liberal  patronage accorded to us  during- the past year and to  wish Happy  New Year.  King & Co*  *^<K<<<~><~>i<&><b4&>&tt<><rb&b  RD  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES~SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  :| Copper St.    Greenwood.  *t* K~l"'".��.*~$K*&.**&&&&fr&&$4F&'&Q&&QQ  Well heated rooms at moderate  prices. Also first clans board  by day or weefc.  THK  SWAYNE  HOUSE,  Silver Street,  GweuwooA.  ������$  f^X'^t^^WWiWHW^  The Store-Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right,  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  ��!  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��*  CF*  e*  e*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  <��*  ..Bank of Montreal.  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  Rest,  ,$8i000,000.  President.   Lord Strathcow. and MottST Ko��At,  Vice-President:   Hon. ��tKORqb A. Drommoso.  General Manager :    E. S* Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. , clt,M_  Buy and sell Sterlingr Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Tra-vellere' Credits, available lit any partjof the world. .- j-. '..  Greenwood Branch,     F; J; FINUCANE, Manageh  3An^ePr^cipadL} Sew YorR, GWcago;'  UMMMW2MMMMMWMWMMWMWM2U  PE fAMDM Rffl Otf OMMERCE  With Whicto is Incoreoratea  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital. $8,000,000.   :���-������'���   Rest. $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. K WALKER, General Maimer  HENRY F. MYTTON  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  P. O, BOX 296.' 'PHONE 179  wr 3s FilclHillaii ^ 0o*r ^ r^  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR ,  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGAJRS  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, BOQUET, OUR SPECIAL  EL JUSTILLO,       EL CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,   SCHILLER  -Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C. ''���  ��� a  ���  0  0  0  0  0 0  ��� Is now in full swing-.    Try our ��  ! ���      BULK OYSTERS. I  0 ��  ��� ���  ��� ,      . ,.       ,,.._, ....... .,    ...    .......    ���  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  9 ��� m  0ft0a00000000��0��0��000000a��00000��0000O000000000000C*0ft��  tbe Oyster Season  Is now in full swing-.    Try our  ���      BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from   the  beds.    Strictly  fresh  and of good quality. *  Pv Burns $ ������� 1  t  :iai uscas  ���JAUJUMl  X .;;;��  DEALERS IN  FURNITURE, x CARPETS,  ?     COPPER STREET.  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  %*+**>*  GREENWOOD.  ��������������0������^����.0*^fr��^������!!^l������<O^ Page 4  THE    BOUTS )AY  CREEK   TIMES  *��:��x��<��*:����w-X"X"X��:����k��W',��:-:'"X'm  x  Will not go on forever.  ��� It   needs   fixing   some-  ? ������ ������  v times.    A)   That is our  X business.  JSC Don't wait  $  ���; ; ;   ^ until  your   watch -, gets  4  '��� ~      '..*::-   '  ���*'*,/ . -  . ~~~  *<: clogged. up  and \won*t:  X : i       -----~~  *"     "      Have   it cleaned!  * S��-  $A,..L.0G.AN&CP,  -���#>' :;  '^"'".n" ���* '  '': '".'���'.  S ������~V-Y- -vmaker  v '::.����� ''er., '   .       ��� .�� ;  Fathero Haggerty Addressed Greenwood Audience.  i|^��>.HK'��^^x��XKK^x��XMX~:������x������x������f,  , fpv *^v J* ^% W*/}*^ %3&'>ie&. *���!>��� .���?* w*.*f* t5^ to*'i^* *^* \s^  &4  ^  ff  IM, 111 111!  Defended   Socialism   and  Answered its Critics.  *  :,   j  J JJ^Af; ZELLER,     Prop.  Comfortable rooms byday 01  month.  MEALS AT AEE HOURS*  ' I?r;��rd ���* r ai  Rcora:  byt H-s n:cnth  ������v'v:i.-., U W*$25,00.  . i;"-';;  . .: >; *y sv *"��� si" tf *.*��?,s*. t? * a? *'.��*���'.���  t  a;t li-  ���*..���>��� :*v.:   ***:.��� - Connections with '        *  Western Union Telegraph Company  [22.000 offices in U.S.A.]  --AND- ;,, ... ...   ;*   ������**;  Great Noj:th-WcSte.rii'iof Canada-Li  [2,00 offices ill Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.  J. C. HELM. Office Manager, Greenwood, B.C  TELEPHONE NO.  12.  Thorough Instruction  Careful Training  Vigilant Oversight  Ideal Location  Experienced Teachers  Refining    Influences  . Homelike in Character  I1  P.O. HI 1026.  Father Haggerty was a ���"is- ��� ;:>-\<- -  tierit. His fame as atior.tui n i i<i- ���  ceded hitn and the Auditorium w.i.-  fillecl with Socialists and others who  were there to enjoy eloquence such as  Eugene V. Debbs' entertained, them  with. Debs warmed the'cockles of.the  hearts of those,\yhowe're not socialists.  Father-Haggerty wasfepntent to give  what-Mr.*Tvukov^vbuldcall the philosophy of socialism. Sjern facts are al)  rightbut flWery oratory go^s better in  a cold hall with tlie thermoinete: struggling to"keep above the freezing point.  But FatherHagi;erty is a .socialist:esr  pert. Histo.-y aiiciet'it and'* modern;  political' economists o*f the past,'"the  purest English , and an Irishman's��� iii-  genuityare''all drawn upori'iti' 'defence  of the tenants of the: socialist'. ��� ,-H'e  brought all possible objections against  the cause only to answer them in his  own way but he aid not enthuse. Ht*;  considered it a simple matter tov so ar-r  range matters that men' arid women  could have not a mere existence, but  the value'of life's work";they'': put'jn  what* they produce but he"'cbuld not  shake off the cold he" got'-'at Phoenix  the night previous. His listeners were  'impressed'-with the fact that he was  manfully.endeavoring,to fulfil] a dul:y  h'ebwed to-histaudierice; but th'e exuberance which characterized the Debbs'  lecture was-lacking.  Geo Fi Dougherty, president of the  district federation of miners occupied  * i *> ;* *,     - "' ' '*. ���' r       :   ..        ; - - '��� ���.���*; .*     t      t  the chair arid Hi "a* neat 'speech ������'introduced the lecturer. Father Haggeity:  introduced his-siibject; with -' a timely  illustration. A young colt shies at a  railway engine because he does riot  know that the railway engine is a harmless monster who does a lot of good  work on a small amount of coal; people  .shy at Socialists because they do riot.  understand their, teachings. -He then  went on to describe what socialism is  what it airiis to do. 'La^k'df'spaWpre-  cludes a lengthy report of .his utter-!  ances. He announced that the local  spcialist;league:.will be>'; reorganized ��� at  -Miners-Uriiori"LHail~nex"rfeuhday "afternoon and that the; public were invited  to attend. He offered to . answer any  questions regarding socialismibut nom*  being asked the audience dispersed.  Father Haggerty left by Thursday  stage for Curlew and lectured in North-  port on Thursday, evening,      i  Local and Personal.  The death occured ....last?Moyday.of  George Munroe, and on Wednesday  afternoon his ,-b.ody was buried.in the  Green wbod, jcemet'ery,;Re v+p r. =Mc R a e  conducting Vthe-"btirial-'Jservic^' in the  presence of a number of friends.  Deceased was born in Scotland on  November 5, 1827, .so at the time of his  death was in Ms 76th year. He left  the land of his birth about 40 years  ago, coming to eastern Canada, whence  he went to Montana. Eventually he  drifted to the Sloean, when1 he had  several ribs broken when caught in a  snowslide. Liter he came to thf Boundary district and fur some time held as  a ranch the I.md near Grand Forks  upon which the Granby company's  smelter now stands'. ' iii 1895 fie took  up land on McCarren. creek, .along, the  old Dewdney trail, above Boundary  Falls. About a year ago he sold this  to Mark Christensoa. Since then he  has been ,'ailing with dropsy -and  Brigh'ts disease, but; the? serious 'illness  tha{ resulted in , his death ���was: very  brief. "He was unconscious when Dr.  Spankie was called in, having resolute-  ly.Tfifasfed to see a doctor whils* in his  senses. So far as known he had not a  relative on this'.continent, but as he  was tlie youngest of a family of:*bro-  then and sisters, most of whom married and remained in Scotland it is  likely that telatives of his are still  living in that country.  Do you use Blue Ribbon Tea ?  jjfily   *2fc ^      ��������*���?������        *����� 3 "I" t- ��� ���? -t    .        + *t -I" t* *t 1" *t* ���? ���? -t- t- *? *f       VStj;  ���p

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