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 0  Vol. 7.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY   JULY 24.  1903..  No. 48  THE WIND  SHE BLEW  Wednesday's    Storm  Worst in Years.  the  Trees   Upturned,   Windows Broken.  Smoke Stack Blown Oyer, Etc.  An extremely violent wind storm was  experienced in the Boundary Creek district last Wednesday afternoon. Considerable damage was done to property  and there were several narrow escapes  from serious injury to persons who  were travelling along roads, passing  through growing timber. About three  o'clock the sky became overcast with  heavy clouds and the rising wind  sweeping up the valley brought blinding clouds of thick dust. Rain quickly  followed, laying the dust, but meanwhile the rain had wrought havoc,  tearing down trees along the comparatively narrow path of the storm, blocking roads and doing damage to buildings and other property.  The greatest damage done appears  to have been done at the Greenwood  smelter and at the Russell, Law, Caulfield company's fine store building on  Copper street, Greenwood, respectively  At the smelter the big steel-plate  smoke staci", 90 feet'high:and twelve  tons 'in SveightV'was-toppled'pver, the  force of the wind being so great that  the wire cable stays gave way and the  tall column fell off its brick base and  lay across the Deadwood branch of  the C & W. railway until Master  Mechanic Irish and his gang of workmen cut it in two and thus cleared the  ttack. As arrangements for building  a brick stack to replace this one were  already in hand the damag-e done to  the top half of the steel stack will not  greatly matter, since the lower half  will be placed back in position to serve  its purpose until the new stack shall  have been completed and put in use.  There will be but little, if any, interruption to smelting operations during  the replacement, which will be the  work of only two two or three days.  - ���Atthe-Russell,-Law,-Caulfield company's store it appears as if the wind  forced in the sheet of plate glass about  6 feel wide by 13 feet 8 inches high, at  the south end of one of the large show  windows, and then blew out the two 9  feet by 13 feet 8 inch sheets and a  smaller one above them, the thick glass  falling on the sidewalk and shattering  into thousands of small pieces. Fortunately the local company is protected  from loss by insurance, but the New  York Plate Glass company will have to  replace the glass, which will involve  an expenditure of about $500.  The West Fork stage came to grief  during the storm. George McKenzie  was on his way from Boundary Falls,  and whilst driving through the timber  above the smaller townsite was knocked out of his rig by a falling tree,  which also frightened his team. McKenzie lay stunned on the road for a  while and his horses galloped on to  Greenwood, keeping ahead of the falling trees and steeri lg clear of all obstacles until they got into Greenwood  where they ran into a telephone pole  and wrecked the rig. McKenzie had a  narrow escape, for wlien he recovered  his senses he found that several trees  had fallen near where he lay.  From other parts of the district also  come reports of blocked roads and  minor damage. All communication by  telegraph and telephone with outside  points was cut off and the local telephone service was much deranged. On  the whole though, considering the  violence of the storm, the district escaped lightly.  More Crop News.  R. G. Sidley, J. P., was down from  Sidley last Sunday and Monday. He  confirms the reports published last  week of good crops in the Rock Creek  and Anarchist Mountain section. In  places the hay suffered during the  earlier part of the season for want of  rain, so these crops will be light, but  speaking generally the outlook is promising for an abundant harvest, oats  and barley especially looking well. On  Mr. Sidley's own farm, which is the  largest in the district, grain, hay and  root crops are all in splendid condition  so that a heavy yield is expected from  them.  J.W. McBride, of Bolster, Wash.,who  came in on Tuesday, has a similar  story to tell of the crops across the International Boundary line, about  Myers creek, Chesaw and Bolster.  Wild hay will be short this year, the  rapid and early melting of the snow  last spring having left the land without sufficient moisture until the late  rains came. This hay is already finding ready sale at $10 per ton, with a.  prospect of there being a larger demand than supply. All the cultivated  crops appear to be strong and healthy  and settlers throughout the district are  encouraged to look for a satisfactory  return from their fields.  Settlement has been steadily proceeding in that section until now it is  difficult to obtain a homestead with any  considerable area of plough-land.  Small areas with up to 40 or 50 acres  each suitable for cultivation, can still  be found but these, too, are generally  being bought up. '     ,  The Waterloo Mine.  Chas. H. Wolf, of Spokane, one of  the directors of the company owning  the,Waterloo mine at Camp McKinrey,  was in Greenwood at the beginning of  the week on his way to the mine.  From him it was ascertained that the  5 stamp "mill on the Waterloo is treating daily about 10 tons of ore averaging in value $30 per ton. This ore is  being taken from the mine workings in the ordinary course of  development work. It is intended to shortly enlarge the stamp  mill by the addition of five more  stamps. When this shall have been  done stopes will be opened and the output of the mine doubled.  The Waterloo shaft is now down  about 260 feet. Levels have been run  at 50, 150 and 250 ft. depth. A winze  was sunk 60 ft. below the 150 ft. level,  and a raise from* the 250 ft. made to  connect vyjththisj Another raise win  connect the 60 and ISO ft.  The  vein  opened up in these  shortly  levels.  workings varies in width up to about  eight feet, nearly all milling ore.  From two to four feet of the vein is a  pay streak running into high values,  and the remainder of the ore is described as of sufficient good quality to make  it practicable to treat it at a profit.  Mr. Wolf expects to return via Greenwood early next week.  TO BUILD  NEWSTACK  At the B. C. Copper Company's Smelter  Local People Secure Option on  M. & M. Co's Claims  B.C  Our mosquito lotion keeps off mosquitoes and all insects. It's a genuine  "fisherman's friend." You can enjoy  ''the good old summertime" if you take  along a "bottle of this lotion. Price 25c.  At J. L. White's.  Although the|resident officials of the  B. C. Copper company are not at present disposed to talk for publication  about intended improvements and additions the company is planning to  make to its smelter at Greenwood it is  known that important betterments are  to be made. All the definite information obtainable just * now in this con  nection is that a substantial brick stack  is to be built, and that. preparation is  being made for other important additions to the plant and works.  The new stack is to be 120 feet in  height, or 30 feet higher than the steel  plate stack now in use; It .will be built  on the solid rock between the existing  stack and the "highline" or Deadwood  branch of the Columbia & Western  railway. In planning the works the  later erection of a brick stack to replace the temporary steel structure was  provided for, and this intention is now  to be carried out. - There: will not be  any interruptionof the Smelting operations, whilst the cohstructidn'-jwdrk is in  progress, and when the new stack shall  have been completed-connection with  the dust flue chamber will be made and  the steel stack be removed without  shutting down the works.  No contract has yet been made for  building the new stack but an order for  the 400,000 bricks required has been,  placed with Frank Coryell of Grand  Forks, who supplied most of the bricks  used in building the furnaces and the  big dust flue. The work of building  will be put in hand with as little delay  as possible, so that the stack may be  finished and the bricks well set before  the sharp frosts of the winter come ou.  An official denial has been given to  the statements recently sent out from  =Phoenix^to-the-effect-that^the-B.,C.,  Copper company had made arrangements with the Cascade Power company to utilize electric power for operating the Greenwood smelting works,  and that a survey had been made and  contract let for a pole line between  Phoenix and Anaconda. Whilst it is  probable that eventually electric power  will be substituted for steam power it  is entirely premature to state that any  definite arrangements have yet been  made in this direction. Even if it  should be decided to replace steam  power by electricity it is well known  to all who have an intelligent knowledge of the situation that it would  take months totobtain the motors and  other electric plant and to make the re  quisite preparations for such si change  of power, so that there is little probability of this being effected during the  current year.  Last week H. V. Fuller of Spokane  and Duncan Mcintosh and W. M. Law  of Greenwood, secured an option on 10  claims originally owned by the Boundary Creek M. & M. Co., and the Gold  Bug owned by D. A. Holbrook. Messrs  Mcintosh and Law were in the syndicate who successfully floated the Providence and they have already secured  more than a sufficient number of local  men to join them in floating the new  venture. It is expected that a little  later on a company will be incorporated  to take over the option and develop the  properties. The claims were among  the first to bo developed in the district.  The B.-C. M. & M. Co. wis inco rpor-  ated in 1896 and considerable development work was done until in later years  the company got into financial difficulties. Mr. Holbrook never lost faith in  the claims and stuck to-them until the  deal was consummated last week.  The claims are in the high grade belt.  Shipments have been made from the  GoldBug totheTrail smelter whichgave  high values, and from the D. A. and  other claims in the group assays as  200 ounces in silver have been secured.  Similkameen Liberals.  W. J. Snoderass Will be the Standard  Bearer���A Rousing Convention.  Keremeos, July 18.���W.' J. Snodgrass  of Okanagan Falls, was unanimously  elected the liberal standard baarer for  the Similkameen district at a represen-  tatative convention held here yesterday. Every section of the large district was represented, some of the delegates travelling for three days to reach  ..Keremeos. YW. A. McLean, of Hedley  City, was voted in the chair, and  George Kirby, of Keremeos acted as  secretary. Mr. MacLean, an old campaigner, made an excellent chairman,  in fact he could have had the nomination if he so desired, but for business  reasons he declined.  The credentials committee reported  that there were 23 delegates in attendance, seven represented by proxy.  After an executive committee for the  district was appointed, and Duncan  Ross, secretary of the Interior Liberal  Council, addressed the convention on  the work of organization, the following were placed in nomination: W.J.  Snodgrass, of Okanagan Falls; F. H.  Latimer, Long Lake; Jas. Schubert,  Penticton, and L. H. Patton, Fair-  Several ballots were necessary to a  choice but finally Mr. Snodgrass  secured 18 out of-the 30 votes and the  selection was made unanimous.  The winning candidate was loudly  applauded when he rose to thank the  convention. In a brief but eloquent  address he discussed some of the  political issues and closed by stating  that his best efforts would be put forth  to win Similkameen district for the  liberals.  In the 1900 election Mr. Snodgrass  ran against Price Ellison,and had a big  majority in what is now the Similkameen district. He is considered a  very strong candidate and is sure to be  elected.  V   ff IT  J. R. B  IS THE MAN  Unanimous Choice  of the  Liberal Convention  WANTED AT ONCE.���First-class  coat maker. Nelson scale of wages  paid,    Apply to H. A. Cr,KVE,  Sloean, B. C.  Boundary Ore Shipments*  Granby Mines....  Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset ?..  Oro Denoro   Brooklyn   Morrison....*.   R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg   Golden  Crown.. .  Athelstan    King Solomon....  No. 7   City of Paris   Jewel   Elkhorn   Providence   E. P. U. Mines-  Miscellaneous   1900  64 533  5 340  19 444  297  150  Total Tons  fl 076  .2 250  1 200  000  160  3 230  99 730  1901  231 862    99 548  47 517    1 731  800    150    560   650    1 040 ...: ....  850    665    325    890    1902.  310 601  141 326  14 727  20 800  8 010  Veek.  1903  7 597  171 132  2 852  52 599  630  17 650  1 740  24 492  1 216  7 165  60  60  900  785  625  180  9 166  140  532  2 175   172  2L  2L  21  200  129  634  84  Brief Sketcli of the Literal Standard  Bearer  J. R. Brown was the unanimous  choice of the liberal convention held in  the city hall last Friday evening.  Over 100 delegates were present from  the various liberal associations  in the district and sufficient repre-  sen ted by proxy to make a total vote of  155 in the convention. C. Scott Galloway of Greenwood made an excellent  chairman. The committee who had  charge of the details ofthe convention  did their work well and everything ran  as smoothly as clock work. No nominating speeches were made and the  delegates proceeded to ballot. The  first vote showed 96 ballots for J. R.  Brown 56 for Thos J. Hardy and three  complimetitry votes. As Mr. Brown  had a clear majority he was on motion  declared the unanimous choice of the  convention amid loud applause.  Mr. Brown then addressed the convention thanking them for the splendid vote and for the^unanimous nomination. He briefly dealt with political  issue* and declared himself in favor of  government ownership of public utilities, of legislation to prevent strikes  and lockou ts, and of compulsory arbitration. He spoke briefly on the necessity that exists for a better administration of public lands; contended that the  liberal party is not a capitalistic party  as declared by the socialists, instancing in support of his contention the  dominion legislation in favor of labor  passed by the federal governmintsince  they came in power in 1896; and concluded by expressing his inteution to  use ail legitimate efforts to carry the  Greenwood district in the liberal interest at the forthcoming provincial election.  The nominee, John Robert Brown, is  a son of Thomas W. Brown of Sarnia,  O nfaf io7"~ Af te Fleav i ngs c li ool fi evror k-  ed ou a farm until he was 20 years of  age. Then he spent two years at the  High school Toronto. Next he studied  law in the olBce of Judge Lister, judge  of the court of appeals, Sarnia, and  later practised law in that town for two  years. He came lo British Columbia  in the fall of 1898, and to Greenwood  in the following spring, opening a law  office here and practising alone until  February, 1901, on which date he  entered into partnership with J. P.  McLeod, also a barrister. Since then  the firm have been doing one of the  best law businesses in the district.  Mr. Brown has during his residence at  Greenwood, always taken a prominent  part in liberal politics. He is an active  member of the local board of trade,  and is a man wilh a good clean record,  both in Ihe profession and in private  life.  Death of J. H. Fox.  389 618  50; 811      14 658     283 311  'C~>>l<*>&>QQ&><&l*>4Wfr4M^^^  L. S. Moultou Barrett, one of the  chief owners of the Golden Eagle  mine, on North Fork of Kettle River,  recently received a letter briefly ad-  visinghimof thedcath of J.H.Fox, wh >  at the time the Golden Eagle was being  worked, was superintendent of that  mine. All the particulars given to  Mr. Barrett were that Mr. Fox died at  Kalispell, Montana, from typhoid.  Although it is probably two years  since the deceased lived in the Boundary there are many residents of Greenwood and surrounding district who will  remember him as a big, strong, husky  looking man and one of the last they  would expect to see at his time of life  claimed by death as a victim.  The late Mr. Fox held mining interests in this district, among others  some ftlock in the company owning tlie  Golden Eagle, which property he liad  confidence would, with the expen.lihir."  of a moderate amount of capital, *!���*-  velop into a payable mine. Pag-e 2  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  ���COMPANY, LTD.-  A few pairs uf our "Special Offer"  Johnson & Murphy Shoes left, The  workmanship and stock iu these are  of the highest order. The}' will outwear any two pairs of ordinary shoes.  I per cent  Men's Tan  Blucher, heavy calf, leather lined, warranted  water-proof, triply sewed.    Regular $9.00 nOW $6.00.  Men's Vici Kid in Russet,   leather lined, heavy soled; a  comfortable and attractive shape.   Regular $9.00 nOW $6.00.  Men's light Tans, light weight, canvas lined, handsomely  made with nickle hooks and eyelets.   Regular $7.50 nOW $6.  EN'S STRAW H/>TS.  Fine Rice  Straw in Fedora shape,    $3.00 for $1.50.  Fine Rice  Straw in  Fedora shape,    $1.50 for      .75.  15c AND20e VALUES FOR 10c  GINGHAMS and ZEPHYRS,  Fancy stripes and checks.  Don't fail to see these while  they last.  DUCKS, Sootted and Plain.  DIMITIES,* in spots.  PIQUES,   Plain,   spotted  aud  Figured.  Shirt  Waists  The balance of our stock must go.    Values from  $1.50 to $2.00 to be closed out at 1.00.  THE BIG STORE  ���SK  Boundary Creek Times  Issued eccry Friday  Duncan Ross Managing Ewioi  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Per Year   Six Months   To Foreign Coontriiss.   $ 2 00    1 25    2 50  ���FRIDAY,   JULY 24, 1903.  THE RIGHT MAN.  The Liberals of Greenwood  Electoral District, made a wise  choice in the selection of a candidate at their convention on Friday last;"" JrRrBrown is the "right"  type of man to send to the legislature at Victotia. Honest, upright, industrious and persevering  andof splendid ability, he worthily  represents the great liberal party  and when elected will make a useful member, not only: iu so far as  Greenwood district is concerned  but, the province generally would  benefit by return of several J. R.  Browns to the legislature. The  declaration for part}' lines has  already accomplished something  by inducing good men to allow  their names to go before the party  conventions. It is of the highest  importance that both parties  should nominate only their best.  Greenwood liberals have set a  good example in this respect.  We feel sure that Mr. Brown will  be elected and that the electors  -will not regret their choice.  FOUGHT A GOOD FIGHT.  Peter M. Arthur, the Grand  Engineer of the Brotherhood of  Locomotive Engineers, who  dropped dead while speaking at  the banquet closiug the annual  convention of the Brotherhood at  Winnipeg on July 16, was one of  the most remarkable men of his  time. While running his engine  daily he took an active part in  the organization of the engineers  into the Brotherhood, and was  soon recognized by his fellow  members as a natural leader, and  made their presiding officer. He  set his face against strikes and  avoided entangling alliances with  other organizations, believing  that the Brotherhood would best  achieve success and prosperity by  minding their own business. In  dealing with the railroad officials  in all parts of the country his  candor, moderation of speech but  forceful representation of the  wishes and claims of the engineers commanded universal respect. All parties in contention  came to look upon him as an upright friend, and the engineers  found their condition in life constantly improving under the concessions he peacefully gained for  them." Tftey~seiecfe<r him with  acclamation at every term ending,  and by the time when he died  had come to idolize him almost.  When he rose to speak at the banquet in Winnipeg he was greeted  with deafening applanse, which  must of touched him deeply. He  began as follows:  "Out of the fullness of the  heart the mouth speaketh.' This  to my mind, is a fitting close  of three days of unalloyed  pleasure, bestowed on me and  my associates in this City  of Winnipeg. As I look over  this audience, it is a scene that  inspires my heart with gratitude  to the Giver of All Good, that I  have been permitted to look upon  your faces upon this happy occasion. It is a scene that ought to  inspire the heart of ever)' member  of this Brotherhood, because if  we had no brotherhood, you  would not be here to-night. Let  me impress this upon every member, that the fact of your having  a brotherhood in Winnipeg has  enabled you to gather to-night  and dine together. I want to say  a few things, as it may be my  parting words to many of you.  No one can tell���"  Chief Arthur then fell backwards. He was carried to an adjoining room where  all  possible  was done to restore consciousness,  but death came in forty  minutes.  As an illustration of therespec!t  in which Mr. Arthur was held by  railroad officials: Last summer a  big strike of all 'employoes was  threatened on a Mexican railway  Chief Arthur .was asked by the  general manager of the railway  to arbitrate the trouble iand  promised that whatever course he  decided upon would be carried  out. The chief decided that  the men were entitled to a 17  per cent salary increase aud they  got it.  The organization of which he  has been the head since 1873 has  contracts with 95 per cent of the  railroad companies, including all  the great trunk lines. Besides  voting from $35,000 to $40,000 at  every convention for disbursement  among needy widows and orphans,  it-has paid out in the aggregate  eleven millions of dollars to injured members aud heirs of deceased members. These facts are  strong testimony to the power of  the dead chief for the perfect organization of the Brotherhood,  and with his lovable manners aud  character account for the remarkable love shown toward him by  all the engineers in the land.  One who knew him well says:  While his loss will be keenly felt,  there was a fitness in his end.  Pie fell at the supreme moment  when the affection of his associates for their venerable  chief had just been manifested in the presentation of a  beautiful emblem, and he was endeavoring to express his appreciation. If it were his lot to die  suddenly it could not be at"a happier moment."  Brown is in town and Brown  will be very much in town on the  evening of October 31st.  The general elections will be  held on October 31st. Nominations two weeks earlier.  DR.  MATHISON  WILL RETURN  ABOUT  AUGUST 20th.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Illoclc, Greenwood. B. C  0. S. FLOYD, Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daity to any part  of the city.  CAUTION.  The public are hereby cautioned against cashing a certified  checque on the Canadian Bank of  Commerce, Greenwood, for $100  drawn by the Greenwood Miners'  Union in favor of R. G. Poe or  order, same having been lost.  Geo. F. Dougherty,  Sec'y Greenwood  Miners' Union.  ^H!?t!n!H?!nm!??mf!Hfin!fi?!!?fnnrff!f?!fnfnffH!??HH!!n^  i.  F�� SB  Large supply always on hand  Developing and printing done  on  short notice.    First  class work guaranteed and prices reasonable.  ^iiuiiiaiiuiuiimauiiiiiiaiiiimiiiiiimyimaiiiiaiiuuiiK  m  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance The British  America Assur-  Co. of London,* England. ance Co., of Toronto.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  The  Canadian  Birkbeck   Investment and Savings Co.  STOCKS,  P  m  I  Mm  REAL ESTATE,  ||  ^: THE :-%��  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. |  BtuaMMMUBWaanm  BWnilTIMiUlMJKaBWCil  &  MKAT..S  AT AI.I.  HOURS.  PRIVATE  ROOMS   FOR   LADIES.  THY  OUK   COFFEE  Charles R. Vittock.  r.  af af jf *'-  jj> jj> j-? jj>  to  to  to  TO  to  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO  TO-  jfafa?a?��'s>"J?J?**sfj��s?s? jf afsfafafafsfaf sf af afjftfafafafaf  ��f sf s? af af ��f Jf j? sf af sf s? sf   Jt J$ Ji s jz vs S & s ���>�� Ji js jz ���-�� J* JA J*  ���A  Hi Bit  TO  TO  TO       R  TO      K  fcv* ^5 x��*i i��*  GRIEGER, Manager.  �� & 3c &..��.* j* S �� $��� & ���$ i  fcfc  fcfc  'Ms  fcfc  fcfc  fcfc  fefc  ���fcfc  $ 3 j*  sf if sf af sf af af af af af sf sf af af af Jf af  " " fi  sf if af sf' if af af if Jf sf af af af sf jf af if  THE BEST BEER INQTOWN IS MADE BY  \    PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is^kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  ^mmmmwwwwmw^wrmwmw^  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  0=*  CF*  Cr*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF<  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  Capital, all paid up ��12,000,000.  Best.  $8,000,000.  President.    I<oi<�� Stkatiicona ,i::d Mount Royal,  Vice-President:    Hox. (Icoxr,*! A. Diic.\i,mond.  General Manayer :    R. S   Cr.ocsTos.  j   All The Princip.ll    i  '! "!v     ') Cities    in    Canada, f  Buy and sell Sltrling* Excliauire and Cable Transfers : Grar.r Comnior.-.ial a>i  Travellers' Credit':, av:\ilabli" in anv part nf the world.  F. J.  Branches in London, Eng.  Buy and sell Sltrlhig* Excl  Travellers' Credit':, av:\ilabli' i  Greenwood Branch.  SeW'YorR, Cliicago.  INUCAKE, Milder  znmMmmmm^mmMmMmmn  &&.  Mr,  ���^O  Wo  <A  / ^1  THE    KOUN >AY  CR��J��K    TIMES  P*ge3  B. C. Club.  Initiation Ceremony at Victoria University. Toronto, was Merry Event.  At the first meeting* of the B. C. Club  formerly western students, of Victoria  University, the initiation ceremony  was conducted by the president. The  members passed into the assembly  under cans of British Columbia salmon,  with which they were afterwards  crowned.  The cans of salmon were afterwards  opened, and the company sat down to  a supper. Speeches were made and the  club song was given with much enthusiasm. Experiences in the mountains  and various parts of the sunset slopes  of the Pacific were freely told, and it  was generally felt when the first meeting came to its close that British Columbia would soon have a large place  in the life of. the university. The Rev.  J. H. White, newly appointed Superintendent of Domestic Missions in British Columbia, was elected honorary  president.  B. C. Cr,UB SONG.  Tune:   John Brown's Body.  Where's   the   place    for    mountains,  where's the place for gold,  Where's the place for sunshine, where  you never catch a cold,  Where's the place for youth and beauty,  where you ne'er grow old?  Why���British Columbia!  Where grow the spruce, the cedar, fir,  and pine,  Where bloom  the fragrant hops  athwart the trailing vine,  Where's the place on earth that we may  call divine?  Why���British Columbia!  O where are   the   rugged   mountains,  cloudlost. capped with snow.  At evening bathed with golden fire and  saffron-tinted glow.  And verdant valleys rich and fair are  stretching far below?  Why���British Columbia!  Ho for the stony  trail along the mountain side!  Ho for the   miner's   camp,   the   silver  lake beside!  Ho for the province���the Dominion's  richest pride!  British Columbia!  Where do the salmon in their  millions  yearly run,  Where grow the sweetest apple, peach,  and pear and plum,  Where   dropo   the   deer   to   ihe   wily  hunter's gun?  Why���British Columbia!  Where  can   we   hear the stamp-mills  crushing ore,  Where can we hear the smelter-furnace  roar,  Where does  the miner  say he's sorry  that he swore?  Why in British Columbia!  Then take  your   grub   and   blankets,  boys, and take your bible, too;  Work and sing, and preach  aud  pray,  and help the miner through;  Let them see you're both a man  and  ���......_.^i!^^3LPilot,,Jtoo-i,=-_;:^.._=a:=^,.:i^=^^i..^..^  In British Columbia!  So leave the slow and crowded east, the  west is calling "come;"  Pay your bills and   pack   your   books.  and kiss the folks at home;  Tell them that a fairer   clime  invites  you there to roam���  In British Columbia!  For fruits for preserving go to H. B.  Munroe, who receives fresh supplies of  fruit every day from the Bellevue Fruit  Farm, Meyers Falls, Wash.  We will refund your money if you  are not satisfied after using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy. It is everywhere admitted  to be the most successful remedy in  use for bowel complaints and the only  one that never fails. It is pleasant,  safe and reliable.  THE NEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED    FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :  :   :  B. C.  Eagle HalU  Recently renovated aud  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc., at reasonable rates  Apply to     :     :    :    :   :  C. W. WILSON,   Secretary.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "COPPER TRUST FRACTIONAL", ������SCK-  ANTON FRACTION Al," and "OTIS  FRACTIONAL" Mineral Claims, situate  in tlie Kettle River Mininir Division of  YaleDistrict. Where Located : In Dead-  wood camp.  TAKE NOTICE, that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  apeiit lor Francis J. Finucane, Free Miner's  Certificate No. 1)41713, intend, sixty days from  the dale hereof to apply to the Miniuu* Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Ar.d furtlier take uotice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance nf Mich Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 22nd day of April. A.D.. 1903.  July 31 I. H. UALLETT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  STARLIGHT Mineral Claim, situate  iu  the  . Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.   Where located:���In  Skylark Camp,  TAKE NOTICE that I Frederic Blackmail  Holmes, Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 30593,  for myself and as Donald Alexander Cameron,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B. 30243 and Alexander B. Coutts Free Miner's Certificate No.  B. 41959, intend sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining*Recorder for a Certificate of "Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And furtlier take, notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of improvements.  Dated this 1st. dav of may, A. D. 1903.  F. B HOLMES.  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co.  Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. J. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & N. Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nel-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and 0. R. &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry. '  Connects at Nelson with theK. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K. & S. points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet cars run on trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902-  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MAZE Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining* Division of Yale District.  Where located:���On Lost Horse Creek, Main  Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that we J. C. Reilly, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B01928, Georpe M. Beu-  net, Free Miner's Certificate No. B 55471, A.  Megraw Free Miner's Certificate No B 55508 and  Fleming* Robinson Free Miner's Certificate No  B 71395, intend, sixty days from the dale hereof  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that section 37, must  be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Impiovements.  Dated this ninth day of July, 1903, A. D.  Leave  9:25 a. m.  10:15 a,  7:00 a  11:00a  m.  m.  m.  Arrive  5:45 p. m.  5:10 p. tn.  8:00 p. m.  4:00 p. m  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  (Millers, Grand  Forks)  9.15 a. ni. Republic      5:40 p. m.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Ag-ent,  Spo kane.Wash  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ARCADIA ASTORIA and MORNING STAR  Mineral Claims, situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located:���The Arcadia and Astoria  miueral claims are located in Skylark Camp  and the Morning Star mineral claim Is located  in Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I J. P. McLeod as agent  for Sidney Rosenharpt Free Miner's Certificate  No. 55285,'intend, sixty daysfrom 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 coniinenced.before the issuance of such Ceitificate of Iniprovements.  Dated this 4th day of July, A. D. 1903. ���  J. P. McLeod.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  yucon  fractional  Mineral claim, situute in  the  Kettle   River Mining Division'of Yale  District.    Where located:���in Long Lake  Camp.  take notice that I Mary Garland Free Miner's   certificate  No. B41754, intend,  sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for a   certificate of  Improvements, for  the pi-rpose of obtaining a crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice  that  action,  uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this Sth day of May A. D. 1903,  Mary Garland.  Auspices of TRADES COUNCIL, I  GRAND  MIDSUMMER  This will be  Event ever  Northwest.=  the Grandest  held in  the  B 2 SOLID BLOCKS OF MERCANTILE DISPLAYS 2 3  g 9���QUEENS���9        I      15���BIG SHOWS���15    ^  g 4 ��� BIG PARADES-4   I  10���BIG FREE ACTS���10 g  B ON THE MIDWAY. ;3  !1!WI  Excursion Kates on all Railroads.  I  &  liiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiaiaiiiaiiciuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^  mes  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,-  MANUFACTURERS OF  -99  J\*r*\*,'*\r**\r**j^\r   f*\f&*\ff^f*** \r*^\ff\f  BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc.  Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills.    ROCK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM  PRESSORS ....  COMPLETE MINE EQUIPMENTS*  OF ALL KINDS.  STOCK CARRIED IN ROSSLAND.  B R. JI. 0. tnctially, Rossland, B. 0. ~3  v%**''<K'K'��:~X":<��:~:'^^  V^^ooooooooooooooo 00-0000000 * 0000000000000000000<KXKK>00  t<"  *���THE������  y<  y<  X<  Ti  Xi  ?!  if!  4:  '?<  XI  'h  xl  Xi  Established 1896.  Published   at  Greenwood*   B,   G  ^^^M ^M��� ���! Ml ���������IIHMII W lIMIIII �� lianill WTT-MIIMMM        ��IM���������������W  The Mining. Smelting and Conv  mercial Centre of the Boundary,  1B11  ip|SSB|  If You Want to  Keep Posted on  The Big Copper  Mines and The  High Grade Gold  Mines Subscribe  Forthe Boundary  Creek Times--$2.  jwup  T?5^o^  Mailed to Great Britain* Canada  and United States for $2 per an/  num< Other countries $2,50*  Address  ��  V  V  V  ix  i'f  ,y  [X  y  v  ix  .V  T  ���y  'x  i'f  Ix  ix  IX  iX  \x  Ix  <x  li  y  y  t  y  T  v  *?  T  y  y  y  x>  x>  14  y  '���?  ix  '���?  it  y  'y  if  \x  y  y  'y  "f  'x  y  y  ���y  't  'x  y  GREENWOOD, B, G  XXooOOO��0000000<>0<K><><>0<>'>0<>&0<><>00<^^  ,y  y  y  y  'y  y  y  'X  ix  y  y  y  v  ,v  y  ?  !*  y  y  uf Page 4  THIS    BOUNDARY    CREEK   TIMES  Business Directory.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC*  FRED U. HOLMES,  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.      Large  warehouse for storing- goods.  P.O. Box 25    Residence opp, city hall.  ASSAYERS.  THE LIBERAL PLATFORM  WALTER 10. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, Si  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W. Frawley, Prop.  Finest Bath Tubs in city.    Baths 2Sc.  Razors Honed.  Copper Stree;.        -     Green wood, B.C  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT A SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :      hallett."  Codes  Bedford M'NeiU's  Moreing & Neal's  Leiber's.  I. H. HALLETT.  Gheejvwood,  B. C.  H. C. SHAW  MOLEOD A BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Offices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C,  J. R. Brown. J. P. McLeod.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.   :      :      :      :   B.   O.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Mining aid Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs oflice.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  FOR PRESERVING  AT MODERATE PRICES.  s  if  DEALERS IN FRUITS, COFFECTIONERY  ETC.  ICE CREAM PARLORS  DRINK^^���  A LIFE  (^RENEWER  Tne liberal platform, us adopted at  the provincial liberal convention held  at Vancouver on February 7th, 1902, is  as follows :  1. The immediate redistribution of  the constituencies of the province on  the basis of population but allowing a  smaller unit of. population per seat for  the outlying districts.  2. Government ownership, Dominion, provincial and municipal, of public  services of utilities issoundand should  be carried out in British Columbia.  3. Should it be advisable ut any  lime to grant aid to a railway company  such shall be in cash and not in land  and no bonus of any kind shall be  given without definite and effective  means being taken to safeguard the  interests of the province in the management of the road, control of the  freight and passenger rates, and provision made against such railway having any liability against it except for  actual cost.  4. Immediate construction of the  Coast-Kootenay railway; the Cariboo  railway; a railway from Alberni to a  point on the east coast of the island; a  road in the northern part of the province from the coast to the eastern  boundary with an extension to the  northern boundary; the railway from  Vernon to Midway by north fork of  Kettle river; with necessary branch  lines, ferries and connections.  5. The enforcement of the act now  in force compelling the scaling of logs  by government scalers.  6. That such legislation should be  enacted as will result iu making the  lands included in the various dyking  areas available for cultivation as  quicidy as possible and secure prompt  payments of assessments when due.  7. That the government should keep  in touch with the conditions in connection with mining, protecting said  industry against combines and trusts  and if necessary for the purpose build  and operate smelters and refineries.  No reasonable change should be made  in the miuing laws without full notice  to all parties interested, giving full  opportunity for discussion and criticism.  8. As the province can only advance  by the settlement* within its borders of  thrifty and prosperous citizens, and as  Orientals never become citizens in any  proper sense of the word, we declare it  to be the duty of the government to  discourage Oriental immigration and  employment by every means within  its power, and we appeal to our fellow  liberals throughout the Dominion to  aid us in our efforts to protect ourselves  against the ruinous competition^ of  men having a standard of decency and  comfort immensely below that of  civilized peoples, and who shirk every  duty and obligation of citenship which  the law will allow them to escape.  9. The government ought to prevent  the waste aud suffering- caused by  strikes and lock-outs, and an eanest  effort- ought 'to be ""made1" ttf~provi(le"  some means of preventing such strikes  and lockouts, and we approve the  adoption of compulsory arbitration.  10. The fiscal system of the province stands in need of revision. Taxation should bear upon privilege  rather than upon industry, and no addition should be made to the debt of  the province except for public works  properly chargeable to capital.  11. The retaining of the resources  of the province as an asset for the  benefit of the people and taking effective measures to prevent the alienation  of the public domain except for actual  bona fide business or industrial purposes, putting ati end to the practice  of speculating in connection with the  same.  12. The construction and maintenance of roads throughout the province  to aid in the development of the mining and agricultural districts.  Spokane's Big Carnival.  In tlie columns of the Times this  week will be seen a display ad of the  Midsummer Carnival to be held at  Spokane for one solid week commencing Aug. 24th. The carnival is given  under the auspices of the Labor Unions  of Spokanh and the receipts are to go  toward the building of a magnificent  Labor'^emple. From all rpeorts, this  Carnival will be the biggest event ever  held iu the Northwest.  The programme as being arranged  now is certainly a magnificent one,  and every clay will have a feature of  more than the usual run of affairs.  We will print a complete list of the  attractions and the programme in our  next issue. Special excursion- rates  will prevail on all railroads within a  radius of 200 miles.  This* in itsslf will no doubt cause  thousands of visitors to' flock to Spokane duiitig that week.  GLASS iVARG'  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  JAR GOODS  The   largest   hotels  and  finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WESLER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  =��|gfl|   BOUNDARV   YALLEY   LODGE  "���"*%hi&~~ No. 38.1. 0.0. F.  Meets  every   Tuesday  Evening at 8 00 in  the  I. ('). O. F. Hall.    A'cordial  litvi union is extended loall sojourning bretherii.  J. L. Wiiitk, Fred B. Hox.mes.  N. C. Rep.-See  CHAMBERLAIN'S   COLIC,   CHOLERA  AND DIARRHOEA REMEDY.  The uniform success of this remedy  has made it the most popular preparation in use for bowel complaints. It  is everywhere recognized as the one  remedy that can always be depended  "upon and that is pleasant to take. It  is especially valuable for summer diarrhoea in children and is undoubtedly  the means of saving the lives of a great  many children each year. For sale by  J. L. White, Greenwood and A. F.  Thomas Midway.  Neatly and Quickly  executed at the::::::  Protect your most valuable faculty  and save your sight, by having* your  eyes examined by one who has made  defective vision a life study, and can  advise you what is best for them.  Consult Dr. VV. J. Harvey. At Greenwood Monday aud Tuesday Aug, 3rd  and 4th.  DESTRUCTIVE  WIND SALE  The young hurricane that struck  Greenwood Wednesday did considerable damage; but the most  damage done was to the O. I. C, as  it blew the left hand figures off all  our prices; so pilgrim you had better hurry around and get in on the  result of the wind's destrtictiveuess  SADDLE UP  We have saddles for girls, boys and  women, and the wild and woolly  cow saddle at prices���well, we're  not   making   anything   on   them.  MACHINES  Washing machines, slot machines  and sewing** machines way down  in prices.  BOIL UP  What's the use taking your clothes  to a Chink while we have the  boilers that will do the trick?  OTHER STUFF  "SafeTpool table, billiard tabic, dish  pans, and a fine line of new and  second hand stoves, etc., etc., at  starvation prices.  FOR SALE  A SMALL HOUSE  ALSO  A  Sewing Machine,  The Raymond,  Nearly New,  MRS, PASCOE,  Boundary Falls,  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  "TRIPOD   FRACTIONAL"   Mineral   Claim,  situate in the Greenwood Mininir Division  of Yale District.    Wliere located:    Iu Central Camp.  'PAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac II. Hallett, as  agent for the No. 7 Mininir Company, Limited,  Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. Ii f*S0C7, intend,  Sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply to tlte  Mininir Recorder for a Certificate of Improve-  meiits for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37,' must be commenced before the issuance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 2Sth day of May, A. D.. 1903.  Sept. 20. " I. H. HALLETT.  m;Mm^MM$M  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  OLD GUARD   Mineral  Claim, situate, in  tne  Kettle  River   Mininir    Division    of  Yale  District.      Where   located :      Iu   White's  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, John P. McLeod  executor of tlte estate of Alex, Wallace,  deceased, Free Miner's Certificate No. B54954,in-  tend, sixty days from the date here f, to apply  lo the Mining Recorder for CertilicE ies of Improvements, for Uie purposeofobtaio tig* Crown  Giant ofthe above claim.  And further talte notice that action, under-  sectiou 37. must be commenced before the is  suance of such Certiiicate of Improvements.  Dated this 28th day of January, 1903.  *Jlily 22 J. P. McLeod.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Kettle River Milliner Division of Yale District.      Where    located :     On   Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River, lying* somberly from the Barnato mineral claim,  TAKE   NOTICE  that we   Alex.   Waddell,  E. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison aud  M. McMynn, Free Miners' Certiiicate Nos. B 40,450;  B 40,449; B 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively, intend sixty   days from tlie date hereof, to apply  tothc   Mininir" recorder for a certificate of Im.  provements,   for   the   purpose  of  obtaining* a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this31st diiy of May, A. D. 1902.  ST. PAUL,, MINNEAPOLIS,  DULUTH, SIOUX CITY  CHICAGO and Return ...  S71.80  A Job Lot of This and That to Sell  or  Exchange  for  That and  This That You Have.  The 0. I. C. New and Second  (UIU    U  A. L. WHITE & CO.  P. S.���We do not sell Automobiles.  TORONTO and Return $96.60  Montreal, new york, dosior.so  Corresponding*   rates   to   all   Eastern  Points.  TICKETS AVAILABLE VIA  LAKE ROUTE  Including* Meals and Berths.  SAILING DATES:  August 18,   19,   25,   26.  For selling dates and conditions of  sale for special points, apply to Canadian Pacific agents or write.  13. R. REDPATH, Agent,  Green-wood.  E. J. COYLE,        J.  A.G P.A., Vancouver  CATER,  D.P.A. Nelson  ^liiiiiaaiiiiaiiuiiiiiiiiiauaauiuiiiiiiuiiiuiiiiiiuiuiiiiiiiauiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiii  On sale at all the hotels.  BOTTLED BY  JAMES   MCREATH  Bottlers of Fine Lager Beer and  Manufacturers of all kinds of  Carbonated Beverages.  No man or woman will hesitate to  speak well of Chamberlain's Stomach  and Liver Tablets after once trying  them. They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels, improve  the appetite and strengthen the digestion. For sale by J. L. White,  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas, Midway.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  FOUKTH-OF-JULY,  Mineral  Claim,   sit.iate  iu the Ksttle River Mining Division of Yale  District.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICEthnt we Alex. AVaddcll and  E.    Sullivan.   Free   Miners'    ceriilicate   Nos.  II. 40,450 and It.40.449 respectively, intend, sixty  days   from   the date hereof, to" apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certiiicate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant ofthe above claim.  And further talte notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the is  suance of sucli Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May. 1903.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICR.  MAYFLOWER Mineral Claim, situate iu the  Greenwood Mining Division of YaleDistrict. AVhere located : Skylarlc camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Myers-Gray  Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. B80241, as  agent for C. II. Hcnniug, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55305. Pat Hickey, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B80110, and Duncan Mcintosh  Free Miner's Certificate No. BS0H9, iutend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to tho  Minuig Kecorder for certilicates of Improveinents, for the purpose of obtainiuir crown  grant of the above claim.  And fnrlher take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of such certilicatesof iniprovements.  Dated lliis2l)Ui day of June, A.D. 1903.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY  Mineral Act 1896.  --���CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  "  NOTICE.  GOLD ROCK Mineral Claim, situated in the  Kettle River Mining* Division of Yale  District. Where Located : OuHorseshoe  Mountain.  TA ICE NOTICE tliat I, Isaac II. Hallett. as  agent for Herbert Davidson, Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. B41903, Robert Wood, Free  Mir.er's Ceitificate No. U55455, and Charles  Scott Galloway, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B5SOI3,        intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to "the Miuing  Recorder for a Certiiicate of Improvements, fqr  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 Certi licate of Improvements.  Dated this lOlli day of February, A.D. 1903.  '������Aug 31 I. H. HALLETT,  "MINERAL ACT 18%.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  '95" Miueral Claim, situate in the Kettle River  Mining Division of Yale District.  Where Located :    Iu Smith's Camp.  NOTICE that I, IsaacU. Hallett, as  _ T.   Bell,  Free Miner's  Certiiicate No. B5546K, Ralph Harron. Free  Miner's Ceriilicate No. B5I201, Duncan Mcintosh, Free Miner's Ceriilicate No. B41932 and  Patrick Hickey, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  BS49.89, intend, sixty days from the dale  hereof, lo apply to the Mining Kecorder  for a Ceriifieale of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining* a Crown Grant to the above  claim.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certiiicate of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of April, 1903. ^  fcAug. 31. I. H. HALLET".  ill  For prices of lots and other  information address   Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre 01 the  Boundarv Creek District. It is the supply point for the  Mining camps. From tbe city -roads lead to Greenwood.  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long- Lake, Skylark, White  and Atwood. Wellington ando ther Boundary Creek camps.  Rofct. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood*  ^mn!f!!!!nnn!mnM!!n!fn!ntH!n!!!m?MfHfnn!fnmm!m?!!??n?fnmmnH!!mmn!nH!?m^  TAKE NOTICE th:  agent  for John  MIEC ii OlSSOii Ol PlflBSl  NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting between the  undersigned, heretofore carrying ou business  iu Greenwood, B C, uuder the name and style  ofT. M. Gulley ,fc Co., as Furniture Dealers  and Undertakers is this day dissolved by  mutual consent. All accounts due the said  firm of T. M. Gulley & Co.. are to be paid to  the uudersig.ed T. Si. Gulley by whom all  accounts against tlie said linn will be paid.  Dated  al  Greenwood,  B.C., this i4th day of  June. A. D., 1903.  WITNESS:  J. P. FLOOD.  T. M. GULLEY.  K. M. REES.  J. R. BROWN  ns to execution >n* J.  I'. Flood and  T.'M.  Gnllev.  ROI3T. WILSON,  as to execution by Kingman M. Rees, 4  D  THE   jBOUJN >AX  CREEK   TIMES  Page 5  Variety of Patterns  The Latest Goods  Best Workmanship  Perfect Fitting  Satisfaction Guaranteed  The Union Label  Suits That Suit  We Make no Others.  MERCHANT  ����������������������  Copper St.        Greeuwood.  There's more wear in Simmons *  gold-filled chains than in most  chains simply because they are  made of the very best stock  by the best skilled workmen.  immnU  Chains  Make sensible Yule-fide Gifts.  Every bit as good as solid  gold chains, fully as handsome, far less costly.  A. LOGAN & CO  GREENWOOD  WHEM !N NELSON  STOP AT THR  'HOTELS  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading- hotel of  the Kootenays.  '$<  +9  and  ���������  3ust arrived  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancv candies.  GOOD-BYE TO  i  U    V.  HIS LAST HOPE REALIZED.  Big Batch of New Subjects  of King Edward  IHE GOUTY WI CIS  0opper $Jrcct.  His Honor Judge Leamy Has a Busy  Session in Greenwood  His Honor Judge Leamy held sittings of the county court in Greenwood  on Tuesday and Wednesday of this  week. There was a deal of business  requiring the attention of the court,  and in connection with one or other  of the cases barristers were in attendance from Revelstoke, Rossland, Grand  Forks, Phoenix and Greenwood. There  was a long list of applications for  naturalization, these numbering 77 and  coming from all settled parts of the  Boundary district and as far west as  Fairview.   These were as follows:���;  From Greenwood.���Giovanni Cam-  polieto, Pasquale Campolieto, Salva-  tore Castano, Bruce Craddock, James  Cass Dale, John Davis, Thomas Dobie,  Robert Donagin, James T. Erwin,  Charles Gilbertson, David A. Good,  William Green, Samuel Austin Grierson, Thomas Trimble Henderson,  Howard Hartford Huff, Charles E.  Johnson, Leon Loutier, John Lucy,  Henry Benedict Madden, John Mulligan, John Noren, Daniel Olson, Frank  H.Parker, Vincenzo Pascuzzo, Thomas  Peickart, Aton Portman u, John Poit-  mann. Leutfried Portmann* Edward  Howard Rippeto, Andrew Saler, Janus  Smith, Albert Soderstrom, Peter Slef-  feno, Charles Wieland.  From Phoenix:���William Henry  Barnett, George Blackhall, Edward  Brown, John Alexander Chisholm,  Christ Hein, William Clarence Hower,  AlphonseKobloth,Battista Malandrrni,  George Washington McAuliffe, Stephen  McNeill, Julius Simeon Mueller,  Charles San berg, Eugene Patrick  Shea, William Champlain Tilsley,  Joseph Werner, Arthur S. Williamson.  Fkqm Grand Forks.���Nels Setter-  luiul. c  From North Fork or Kettle  River.���Russell Mayhew Hill, Max  Kunty.  From Ehoi,t.���Archie Conners, Jas.  Fraacis'"'Cunningham, Charles Lund,  Michael  McDonnell,   William  Tallon.  From Boundary Faus-William  Wellington  Craig, Joseph Marcineck.  From Midway.���Spencer Benerman,  Felix Warren Shaser.  From Beaverdai,e.���Charles Max  Ball. George McClellan Barrett, William 'Meadow^,'" Washingt6n~Henshaw  Rambo, Henry Bjomsen Thoen, Henri  Eugene Jeremi Vacher.  From Camp McKinney ���Hosea  Sherman Edwards, Charles R. Held,  Charles Gust Johnson, Allen Ferguson  Lusk. Vander John Rose.  From Sidney.���Albert Maurer.  From Fairview.���Nicholas Pickard,  Sylvester Rayburn.  No objection having been taken to  any of the applications all were granted.  Gillis vs. Lindsay.���This was an action against James Lindsay, as administrator of the estate of the late John  Lindsay, for money claimed as due.  Both sides called a number of witnesses, after hearing whom the court  dismissed the case.  Jarrett vs. Lindsay.���In this case  plaintiff obtainedja judgment awarding him S39.55.  Frank vs. Lindsay.���This matter  wh.'ch was the third action against the  Lindsay estate, was adjourned to a  date to be fixed by the parties hereto.  Massey vs. Yale Columbia Lumber  Co., Ltd.���Plaintiff claimed damages  for alleged wrongful dismissal by defendant in whose employ he had been  as a cook. G. S. McCarter, of Revelstoke, defendeU, Hallett & Shaw represent^ tho plaintiff. The jury insisted of : D. C. McRae, foreman, H.  A. King, G. A. McKague, R. Stuart  and C. W, Wilson. Seven or eight  witnesses gave evidence for and against  The jury decider", that no yearly contract existed as alleged. The claim for  damages therefore failed.  The remaining cases on the list were  not of general interest. The court sat  until Thursday afternoon when adjournment was taken.  [Prom tlie Sentinel, Gebo, Mont.)  In the first opening of Oklahoma to  settlers in 1889, the editor of this paper  was amont; the many seekers after-  fort unu who made tin; big nice one fine  , <1-_v in April. During 1 i> travel'ing  liilioul nii'.l a ftei'w.ir.ls his i:.imping  l upon his claim, he encountered much  bail water, which, tofjelh-r with the  severe Ileal. g:ive Iriii i \'<ts n^vcrti  (liarrhoea whii-.h it .^eeiiioil almost impossible to check, and along in June  the case became so bad he expected to  die. One day one of his neighbors  brought him one small bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea  remedy as a last hope. A big dose  was given him while* !i. "as rolling  about on the groiiini in yre<tt agony,  and in a few minutet the dose was repeated. The good effect of the medicine was soon noticed and within an  hour the patient was taking his first  sound sleep for a fortnight; That one  little bottle worked a complete cure and  he cannot help but feel grateful; The  season for bowel disorders being at  hand suggests this item. For sale by  J, L. White, Greenwood, and A. F.  Thomas, Midway.  RUSSEL-1JW-GAULFIELD GO  M  LIMITED.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -go to the-  I  A, C, DAVIES,  ���  Manager.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  Chocolates  -AND-  Bon Bons  IN THE CITY.  ������Buy ���bem~  For   Your    Sweetheart   or  Wife.  COPPER STREET.  Jfr Jfc .5* (5* .5* J* ^* .5* tJ* w* Jfc i5* J& Vr* i��* v/* tv*  C^*.X<*>X"H��*<��X��<��X"X"XMX,*,><'  Y  X  miinrif  t  4  4  4  X  X  X  X  f  SKATES SHARPENED. |  x  x  S  X  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK. |  Copper St,    Greenwood. |  .X"XK<*4KMXwXMX^XK*wXKK*^Xl^,*,��>-;��  ���x~j^*wX^xkmXkXmJwXwx*kX',*x^,*x<  %  4  4  X  Well heated rooms  at moderate  X  y  prices.     Also    first  class board  i* by day or week. _  f       THE SWAYNE HOUSE,  X Silver Street,  V Greenwood,  E. W. BISHOP  Do you use: I* no Ribbon Tea ?  PLUMBING  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right,  <KK><>0-CK><>(>0-0*000*00<><><><K^^  P. O. BOX 2%  W.J.  PHONE 179  &Co.  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  Tuckett Cigar Co., Union Label Cigars  BRANDS: Monogram, Marguerlta, Boquet, Our Special, El Justillo, El Condor,  Sarantizalos, Schiller.  Xlso Tucketts Union Label cigarettes. Karnack T. ft  B. V. C.  Corner Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, B. C.  ���booooooooooooooooooooooooo* oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  00<>0<>��<>0<>0<>0<>0��0000<><>(X>000#<X><>0^  00<>00<><><>00<>0<><><>00<>0<>0<XHX>0*00<><>0<>^^  The Jenctos. Machine Co.'y  ....CANADIAN RAND DRILL COMPANY....  Manufacturers Boilers, Hoisting Engines,  Narrow Cuage Lccomo-  ������������������ tires, Compressors, Drills, Etc. ���"  -  ���  R. P. WILLIAMS,  AGENT.  GREENWOOD, B. G.  <K>OO<>OO<>O<><>0<>OO<X>O0<X>OOOO^#<X><XK><^^  GRAND F0RKS.--PH0ENIX--GREENW00D  BAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. in.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Fork* 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Porks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m ,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. in.  Fare-Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix S1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood SO cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  Piccadilly Restaurant  Estimates Given.    Satisfaction Guar  an teed.  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood*  4  I  11  01*  A  New   Restaurant  Run on to the  Live and Let Live Plan.  Where Meals can  be secured at all  hours, well served and at moderate  prices,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  Wood & Mosher, Proprietors  :2grRemember the place, next door to Arlineton       )  Hotel. * Pdjre  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  ���p O OOCOOOOOOOO OOOO OOOOOOOOO  |    LOCAL   EXTRACT    |  oooooooooooooooooooooooooo  Mrs. H. C. Shaw is in   Nelson'  visiting* Mrs Paul Johnson.  Butter beans, cucumbers and  toma  tot's, just in.    H. B. Munroe.  J. H. Macfarlane is visiting* his home  after spending* some time at the coast.  Mrs. Chas M. Rendell is in from  Eholt on a visit to friends in Greenwood.  F. H. McKenzie of Spokane spent  several days with his family here this  week.  P. Kennedy is down from the West  Fork where he has been doing* work on  some promising* property owned by  himself.  Mrs Watt of Nelson who was visiting* with Mrs R. K. Steven, has returned to her home.  Madames Elkins, Steven, and Ross  have been spending a summer outing  at the Lancashire House,  Midway.  At a depth of 30 feet on the Little  Chief in Skylark camp good ore has  been struck. Jim Smith, the owner,  will continue work on the property all  summer.  J. A. Dick, a mining* man from London, England is here looking over  several mining properties in the neighborhood.  It is stated that Thos J. Hardy, of  Greenwood, and C. M. Crouse of Midway, contemplate starting a newspaper  at some suitable point in the North  West Territories.  W. Tomlison, chief cleric for the  Snowshoe Mining Company was in the  city this week enjoying the first part  of a well earned vacation, the latter  days of which will be spent, in Spokane.  Go to H. B. Munroe's for  fine fresh  cherries.  A I. Goodell, superintendent of the  Boundary Ealls smelter, is back from  a business trip to Montreal.  P. C. Bucklick, of the Allis-Chalmers  Company, Chicago, recently spent  sevaral cays in Greenwood and vici-  uitv.  R. P. Williams of the Jenckes Machine Company made a business trip to  Nelson this week.  Grape juice the summer drink. Pure  unfermented grape juice is as nutrilous  as beef and as harmless as water. J.L.  White.  J. M. Humphrey of P. Burns & Co.,  and C. A. Bell of the Hunter-Kendrick  Co., have returned from a holiday trip  to Spokane and coast cities.  J. E McAllister, superintendent of  the Greenwood Smelter, went over to  Nelson on Wednesday on a business  visit.   He is expected back today.  S. Barry Yuill and Chas Dempsey of  this city have leased the Boundary  Falls hotel from Thos Wake for two  years. Both are well known and deservedly popular and will doubtless do  well iu the busy smelter town. Mr.  and Mrs. Wake who has so long been  identified with the Boundary Falls  hotel *%ill reside at their ranch on Mc-  Carren Creek.  Dr. W. J. Harvey, O. D. M. F. E. C.  O., Professor of Physiological Optics  in the Empire College of Ophthalmology, Toronto, is scheduled for a visit  to our city; and may be consulted free,  about all errors of Refraction, Accommodation, Convergence, and general  anomalies of sight, or the fitting of  spectacles, at Greenwood Monday and  Tuesday Aug*., 3rd and 4th.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  C. Janion arrived from Victoria last  Saturday to take the position of assistant to B. M. Snyder, chief, assayer at  the B. C. Copper Company,s smelter in  place of Sam Belt who has rejoined a  Great Northern railway party at Kettle  Falls Wash.  Miss McCreath, of the Greenwood  staff of the Vernon & Nelson Telephone Company, went out on last Mou-.  day's train en route to Hamilton, Ont.,  where she will spend a holiday of sev  eral months' duration.  J. W. Winkleried is down from the  Snowshoe mine having* his injured  right hand cared for. Some rock fell  on the thumb of that hand, csushing  it so much that part of it had to be  taken off. He is likely to be idle several weeks as a result of this misfortune.-��� -���- : ���������-.���_^���-,���������-  The pastor Rev. J. D. P. Knox will  conduct the services in the Methodist  church at 11 a. m., and 7.30 p. m. next  Sunday, and in the evening service  Miss Gladys Harvey will render a solo.  The morning class wilt be held at 10.20  and the Sunday School will be held at  2.30 p. m.  Dr. McRae, writing from Calgary on  18th inst., states his intention to be in  Greenwood next Sunday, when he will  preach his farewell sermon in the  Presbyterian Qhurch. , He hopes there  will be a good attendance of those  among whom he ministered during his  pastorate of the church. He will  probably remain a week in the  Boundary bidding adieu to friends.  Herbert Redpath came in last Saturday from Sandon, where he had the  misfortune to injure his foot. He wag  passing along on top of a train of  freight cars and was stepping from  one car to another when the latter was  hauled away. To avoid falling on the  track he jumped to the grounds alongside the rails, and, landing with one  foot on the end of a tie, injured the instep. He can gel about with the aid  of crutches, but will not be able to dispense with them for some days.  Consult W. J. Harvey, O. D. M. F.E.  C. O., about those headaches, pains in  the eyes, eyes crossed, double or indistinct vision, or any error of Refraction  or the fitting of spectacles that are absolutely correct, and will so neutralize  the defect as to enable you to see without an effort. At Greenwood Motday  and Tuesday Aug., 3rd and 4th.  Sam Burrell, a C. P. R. brakeman,  met with a painful accident at the  Greenwood smelter last Sunday morning. He was coupling some freight  cars and kicked the pin, when the  draw heads of the cars came together,  catching his left heel and crushing it  badly. He was taken to the hospital  where he is being well cared for, but  it will be some time before he will  again   have the use of the foot.  MissTsaber T rKerr," elocii t iori ist7and  Miss Queenie McCoy, vocalist, known  as the Canadian Entertainers, gave an  entertainment in the Auditorium last  Friday night. The attendance was  small, but little publicity having been  given of their coming, and three meetings in Greenwood the same night tak  ing the attention of a large proportion  of the male population. The program  presented was an excellent one, and  the talented performers were freely  applauded. They appeared at Eholt  on Saturday night, and Grand Fori s  on Monday night.  BSD  EYE  Are your eyes bad? Do  you have headaches? Do  3'our eyes twitch after you  have been reading- a little  -while? Do the)'ache, smart,  water and get red? Are you  getting- nervous? Do your  eyes roll up?  If they do you ought to  have them attended to at  once. Come in and let us  examine your eyes and see  what ails them. We will  tell yott just what is the  trouble and will not charge  you a cent for telling you.  If 3rou need-glasses we will  be pleased to lit them to  your eyes, so that you will  not have any more trouble.  :'<'<��<'<'C":"><-<��:'<��';>��>.XMXM>><XMX��H'<^MX��x��*X,<i,<��x,*<��  J ���    ij��  Druggist     -     -    Greenwood  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ��'��k  SUPERIOR  CHOCOLATES  TRY OUR  FINE) LINE  OF  FRESH  CHOCOLATES  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. h. Coles.  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies, Etc.  Bargains for Men Women and Children.  :*���  Fi^lit Thousand Dollars worth of  Summer Goods   %  X  will be sold at less than eastern prices. 4  ������������������������������-���������������-������--���---���--���������������������   J  Sale Will Commence July 10,        1  BEST CHOICE AND BARGAINS THIS MONTH.  ?  X  4  4  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ^���^���^���^���^������������^���^���^****^  *  DRINK****���  A LIFE  SRENEWER  On sale at all the hotels.  W##��#*W��#*#ft��r��*i(����**��*#a����*��HV��#*^��#l����*H>:H^*������*tfW#W#fll*��(��  cF*y=z>.  WH0LSALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Markets in all the principle  towns  of British ��� Columbia,  AlJwrta and the Yukon.  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  *  ft  *��0-��*��ft��������*����##��*ftftftft��ftftft��#*ft��tft��ft��ft��*#ftftftft����ftft������*��*  wTx-gw.rjuwi ��y^  BOTTLED BY  JAMES   MCREATH  Bottlers of Fine I<ag*er Beer and   _=~^ ^Manufacturers-of all���kinds-of-  Carbonated Beverages.  S.BARRY YUILL  Fresh bananas at Munroe's.  H. B, Munroe has the finest cherries  on the market.  Fresh consignment of fruit just received at Munro's.  Apricots, blackberries and peaches,  received last nig*ht by H- B. Munroe.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER      AND  JEWELLER.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD-  Mrs. A. Lawder returned last  week from Spokane, to which city she  hnd taken her little daughter to have  an operation performed to give the  child relief from some nasal trouble.  Upon arrival back at home at the B. C.  mine Mrs L��awder found that during*  her absence her boy had cut his kre^  cap with an axe. The little fellow  now has to use crutches to get about,  but is making progress towards recovery.  t X  4  X  X  X  DEALERS IN  l FURNITDRE. �� CARPETS,  '?  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  GREENWOO.n.  V    COPPER STREET,  X  ?  x  X  X  X  c  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  Y  X  X  X  THE CANADIAN RANK OF f PJMME.  With Which is Incorporated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President. ' B, E. WA LKER. General Manager  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  aftft��ftftft��ft#ft*ftft��aft#��ftftft��ftftft��ftft*ftftO#��ft��ftft����ftft����#ft��ftftft��ft  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  * CHASED   OR   f.EVSLOPED. %  *ftft*ft��ftftft*#ft* ����*��**#����*��*##��#*#*# ftftftftftftftftftft ftftftftftftftftft  FOR   JOB   WORK,   TRY   THE  TIMES.

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