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 (At  Legislature  11903 Libran  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JULY 15, W04.  No. 4f>  Some SUMMER Specials  Just a few of the many bargains to be found here at  this season.   We can save you money on all classes of  summer goods.   Let us prove it.  CORSET COVERS ��� All these" lines of  NIGHT GOWNS ECLIPSE wbitewear,  flftAWPRQ trimmed in  lace,   em-  UnA.YVtjKO broidery    insertion,  WHITE SKIRTS     tucks, beading, etc.  WHITE-DRESSES���Tucked front and back; pleted  ���    bottom. Price now $1.    Other lines 75c  to $1.  PRINT DRESSES���Collars and cuffs of embroidery.  Well made and of ��� good material. Varied colors.  ;   75c and/90c.  LADIES' SAILORS���Plain and fancy straw. Black or  White silk, bauds. The regular prices of these +g< a^ *7A/*  high class goods range from 50c to $1. NOW ^��9  lv   /VV  CHILDREN.S--A good assortment still left. They are  new goods, but we wish to close them out n p�� *t^ Ap^  this season. Regular prices 35c to $1.25. NOW A-V   19 V^V  Only a few left. We  are offering $3.25 and  $3,50:articles AT ��"  Hunter-Kendrick's   Guessing   Contest  Closes   Today  "���������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^  �����������������������������������������������������o��*o������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  >���������. - ���   ��� ���������'  ��� ���������   '  ::::  *-���������  ������������  ...a  ������������  ������������  ���������e  ������������  ...a  ������������  -���������  ������*������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ...�� ���  ...��  ..����� *  *.e��  ������������  ������������  New York Life Insurance Co I  Assets, ��� -   $352,000,000.  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ELKIN5  DISTRICT MANAGER,  GREENWOOD.  ������������'������������������������������������������������������������������ �����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������'  ���������������������������������������������������������'���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��� �����������,������������.���������������������.�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ��� ���������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ������������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ������������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ��������  ��� ��������  ��� ���������-  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ������������:  ������������  ���- ���������-���  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  ��� ���������  4��  +  RENBELL&C��.  Big Pay Day Sale Now  On X Bargains For  Cash Buyers X See  Bills For Prices X  AGENTS  FOR MASON AND  RISCH PIANOS X 3C 'x X.  n  RENBELL & C0  +  *  Montreal & Boston Company Has Made Necessary Payment and Work Has Been  Begun on the Company's Mines at Phoenix���A Successful Flotation  Which Means Much for Greenwood and the Boundary.  ���f* ^���f��*f"l'*f"|**fa^"^'|��������4'*fs%l*,f* *^*f8*fe*f*,f* ���$**$'*$"!* 4��  On Monday last the Dominion Copper company received from, the Montreal & Boston* company a large sum  o| money being the first payment on  account of the purchase price ofthe  former company's mines in Phoenix  camp; on Tuesday the local syndicate  owning* the Athelstan and .Jackpot  were paid $25,000, the initial payment  on the purchase price of their properties; on Saturday . last J. Cuthbert  Welch, who has received the appointment of superintendent of the com-,  pan'y smeller at Eo.nuary Falls,  arrived here from Nortlu ort and . is  getting* things, in shape at tlie smelter;  a,short time ago; the Morrison mine  was acquired i,y, the company for  $24,000 and vcsiord.iy Coo II.' Collins,  who has been appointed superinten-  dentof mines for the company, went  up to Phoenix with a gang of men.  The mine will be muiiped out and  placed on a shipping basis at as early a  date as possible.  Thus the big merger becomes an.  accomplished fact. Some ofthe biggest  and best of ihe low grade mines in the  Boundary are now owned by one company which has it's own smelter to  treat the product.of its mines.  .The merger was not accomplished  without hard1 work on the parCbf T. I.  'Pemberton, the resident general manager and Munroe & Munroe of Montreal who have beeu connected with  the Montreal & Boston since the early  days of the camp.  Last yeaVthe company acquired the  smelter at Boundary Falls. Contracts  were made with the Oro Denoro-and  Snowshoe companies to treat the ore  from their mines and this supply added,  to-that of the Montreal & Boston company's mines was sufficient to keep  two furnaces running. But the Snow-  shoe shutdown pending an amalgamation with the B. C. Copper company  and the Denoro mines made a new  contract with the Granby smelter.  .The management of the Montreal &  Boston then had a problem to solve.  They had mines of .their own and a  smelter pf their own but the ore of the  mines * could not be -profitably treated  wi.thbjit other,ores and,the smeHerwas  clo'ied down. The management wisely  realized that if mining in the Boundary, is to be done profitably it must be  done on a large scale and if the  smelter is to be profitably run, it  must have a large capacity and a  variety of ore. They went to work to  meet-these requirements and they have  succeeded after six mouths' negotiations.  The most important properties were  of course those of the Dominion Copper company. They occupy the opposite hill  from   those of Granby com  panyand presumably have almost as  large bodies of ore. But the Dominion  Copper Company was controlled by  Senator Cox, McKenzie & Mann and  their associates and although they  were not working the properties themselves they would not part with them  unless their own price was secured.  Negotiations were begun and an option  secured. The Morrison mine in Dead-  wood camp was, purchased for 324,000  and an option secured on the Athelstan and Jackpot in Wellington camp  from a local syndicate comprised of  W. T. Hunter, Geo. H. Collins and  their associates.  To acquire these properties required  money. A new Montreal & Boston  company was organized in Ontario  with a capital of $7,500,000 divided into  .1,500,000 shares of five dollars each.  Messrs.* Munroe and Pemberton went  to. New York and there and in . Montreal succeeded in securing the necessary capital to carry out the big deal.  For six millions in shares the tieu-  company acquires the mines and  smelter of the old Montreal & Boston  company, the mines of the Dominion  Copper company, the Mountain Rose,  an iron property in Summit camp from  McKenzie & Mann; the Athelstan and  Jackpot in Wellington camp and the  Morrison in Deadwood camp, and in  addition $150,000 in cash is placed in  '{he treasury of the new company to  carry on the operations of the company  until the mines are on a paying basis.  The balance of the stock, viz: 1,500,000  shares, is reserved.  The officers of the company include  J. F. Plummer of the American Sugar  Refining company, New York; J. A.  Loomis of Rockefeller's big bank in  New York is secretary- treasurer, and  the directorate will include sonie of the  big financial men in the east.  H. T. Pemberton will be general  of the company; J. Cuthbert Welch a  well known mettallurgist who was  assistant to Mr. Goodell for sometime  but who was more recently assistant  to Mr. Wilson at the Northport  smelter, has been appointed . superintendent of the smelter and Geo. H.  Collins, a pioneer milling man of the  Bo u n dary has" been appoiii ted ""sup er i u-  tendent of. the company's mines.  .. It is expected that it will take at  least 30 days before the smelter can be  blown in. The Phoenix mines must  be pumped out and machinery must be  put Jnto shape. Negotiations have  been renewed with the C. P. R. for the  construction of the Morrison spur and  Mr. Welch intends to thoroughly  sample all the properties of the company so as to ascertain the amount of  ore required from the different mines  to give the best returns.  The smelter at Boundary Falls is at  present equipped with two furnaces; a  third is ou the ground and will be immediately installed; while a fourth  will be added in a short time. The  capacity of the smelter will then be  about 1500 tons a day. The company  intends to install its own converter.  The Emma mine in Summit camp  has not been included in the deal. It  was under option but the company  having secured the Mountain Rose,  another Summit camp property, decided not to take the property.  Below is given a brief description of  the properties acquired from the Dominion Copper company:  The Dominion Copper Company's  properties are the Brooklyn, Stem-  winder, Montezuma, Standard and  Rawhide mineral claims, all situate at  or near the town of Phoenix. Development work 'approximating between  3,000 and 4,000 lineal feet has been  done on the Brooklyn, which has a  shaft 26S feet in depth from which  levels haye been run at 150 and 250  feet depth, respectively. Much ore,  averaging $5 to S6 per ton, which  seems to be somewhere about the prevailing value of the larger bodies of  copper ore occurring in the district,  has been opened up. It is stated on  what is believed to be good authority,  that one chute of ore in the Brooklyn  mine has proved to be at least 1,000 feet  iu length and 20 feet in width at the  250 foot level.  . The adjoining Stemwinder has a  shaft 344 feet in depth, but only a comparative!}' small footage of drifting  and crosscutting has as yet been clone  iu this mine. The Idaho, which adjoins the Brooklyn on the south, has  had a shaft sunk on it and some cross-  cutting has been done from this towards the workings of the Brooklyn.  A shaft has been sunk 184 feet on the  Rawhide, connecting at that depth  with a crosscut tunnel driven about  600 feet into the hill. Some nice ore  was met with in sinking this shaft,  but very little work was done towards  determining the size of the ore. chute.  The power plant in use at the Brook-  lyu. and.Stem winder, mi ue,s,.A.vhen_they_1.  were working, includes three boilers,  two 5-drill air compressors, two hoisting engines, steam pumps and a  fifteen drill air compressor. This  machine is so arranged that should  the compare** at any time determine to  double the air capacity the other half  can be added. The Brooklyn mine is  equipped throughout with Ingersoll-  Sergeant drills, the whole plant having been supplied by the Jas. Cooper  Manufacturing Co., Ltd., of Montreal,  Quebec.  ODDFELLOW OFFICERS  District Deputy Fred B. Holmes at  the regular meeting of Boundary  Valley Lodge last Tuesday evening  installed those officers who were unable to attend the joint installation at  Grand Forks. The full list of officers  for the lodge follows: Geo. R. Naden,  N. G.; J. A. Crawford, V. G.: Fred B.  Holmes, Ree. Sec; G. B. Taylor, P. S.-,  Frank Spearing, Treas.; H. H. Huff,  Warden; A. D. Hallett, Conductor; R.  G. C. White, R. S. N. G.; Sydney M.  Johnson, L. S. N. G.; A. Logan, R. S.  V. G.; J. G. Martin L. S. V. G.; A.  Hanson, I. G.; D. McGlashan, O. G.  TWO STRIKES AT CHESAW  CUSTOMS RETURNS  The returns of the Greenwood customs office show* considerable increase  over those of the previous year. The  mland revenue collections amounted to  510,262.72; icustoms 517,407.20, a total  of S27,669.92. During the year ending  June 30th, the dutiable, importations  amounted to 564,098, and free importations 577,070, a total  of 514',168  Don't forget that Hunter-Kendrick's  guessing contest closes July 16th. See  that your guess is registered.  Two Bodies of Hiirh Grade Cooper  Ore Found. ____  Chksaw, Wash.. July 9.���John Benson, who has charge of the Carbonate  mine on Copper mountain, is in town,  and reports a recent lind of rich copper ore on that property this week,Tlie  men were doing some outside work  which necessitated blasting away a  portion of a big bluff near the tunnel.  They broke into a body of ore, which  runs high iu copper and bears the appearance of being in place. Enough  work has not been done to determine  the extent of the deposit. The property is owned by Spokane people.  Not far east of the Carbonate, and  between ihe Buckhorn and the Grant  mines, P. W. Grant uncovered another  body of Copper ore this week while.do-  ing assessment work on the Oversight  claim, owned qy J. H. Hamlin, better  known as "Three Fingered Jack."  Striking the ore near the surface, Mr.  Grant began uncovering it, and has  nearly half an acre of ore exposed at  a depth ranging from six inches to  three feet. The ore runs high in copper, and resembles the ore found on  both the adjoining properties, which  are well developed.  RAILWAY CONDUCTORS ORGANIZE.  The railway conductors who make  their headquarters al Nelson have  organized a division of the Order of  Kailway Conductors. The orticers  elect are: David Mackay, chief conductor; K'. G. Mouatt, assistant cneif  conductor; Joseph Bradshaw, secretary  treasurer, W. J. Nelson, senior conductor; aud J, A. Kinney, junior conductor. The divison start* off with  a member-ship of 12, which it is expected will be increased to 25 within a  short time. The work of organizing  the division and installing the officers  was done by C. II. Wilkins of Ceder  Rapids, Iowa, senior conductor of the  order.  After the division was organized, a  banquet was given at the Strathcona  hotel, at which Kokauee Division No.  46U>). R. C. was toasted and given a  good sendoff. Tlie Order of Railway  Conductors i.s one of the carefully  managed labor organizations, and it  generally wins wnen it make a demand for higher wages. None of its  members are summarily dismissed  from employment without cause for  the order stands for tlie protection of  its members individually anil collectively. Long may Kokauee Division  of the order nourish, and may its members be aole to banquet their friends  at least once a vear. BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  -ft  Just   received    a  car���  selling-  fast and cheap.   |!  Dressers,        Comodes,  Bureaus,     Chiffoniers,  Sideboadrs,    Lounges,  Extension, Dressing and  Centre   Tables, Folding  Cribs, Iron Beds. Springs  and Mattresses for the  old and the Young.  A- L. WHITE  The 2nd Hand Man.  #-  ^9  STANBARB  iATH TUBS  XXX AND XXX  &  1.   W.   BISH��P  PLUMBER  CARPETS  LINOLEUMS  GLASS \V ARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and  finest  residences in B.C. were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA, B. C.  ni.m.������m��*��*��i���  ���x��:��x��:��:��x��:��:��:��<*>:��;* >:��>*���>���>*�����*  0  D  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES^SIHIARPENED.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  Copper SI.    Greenwood.  S: BARRY YUILL  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       AND  JKWICIXKK.  All work guaranteed    GiiEENWQOD.  Finding of the "Anaconda"  By JOHN MAGUIRE.  The name of your suburb Anaconda  reminds me that there is something* of  a coincidence between* the history of  the Boundary and the Silver Bow districts. As I am informed 40 years ago  there were as ma.ny as 6000 men working* claims along Boundary creek at  the time of what is remembered as the  Cariboo excitement took place. Forty  years ag*o there was about an equal  number along the banks of the Silver  Bow creek and in New Lodge valley,  Montana, each guided by the same  impulse���the desire to find g*old. In  time the crowds dispersed, the "dig-  gins" were played out and nothing  remained to show evidence of a former  active life except the "log cabin" fast  going to decay and now the undis-  quted home of the chipmonk or any  other wild "critter" of the forest.  The Argonauts who braved and endured untold hardships were literally  after "a golden fleece". The mountain around them in all directions with  tlieir hidden treasures had no attractions for them. They then were blind  to all else but placer indications and  they had no eyes for the croppings on  the hill sides, bearing in glittering  veins their mute appeal and testimony  of the rocks. Miraculous almost has  been the evolution of mining���today  outside of Alaska the quest is for  metalliferous rock, placers arousi.ig  but little interest in comparison; and  had the pioneers the perception of the  present day prospector, with ihe command of the present day facilities for  extracting ores, who can tell of the  mighty changes that may have occurred in our social and economic hfo  the world over,  In 1866 Michael Hickey a young man  was placer mining on Silver Bow creek  Montana. One ('.ay he saw indications  of a lead, where now one of the world's  famous copper mines is located. Nobody was looking for anything in the  hills, besides, besides the broken up  look of the rock in that particular  locality, and the stringent laws of  Idaho of which territory Montana was  then a part, did not afford any inducement for quartz mining. Hickey however took more than a passing interest  in the indications of mineral before  him and he picked up several pebbles  of greea carbonate of copper and varying in size from���as he expressed it���a  bean to a walnut. That same evening  he expressed himfelf to his partner in  the claim, where they were working  some three miles distant, that "he  could tell where the main copper lead  of Butte was, and that it was right in  that hill".  Still, showing how little quartz was  then considered, he did not locate the  property asof course the'great desideratum was gold, and not silver and copper. For ten long years this immense  copper mine was there undisturbed  and I remember gathering wild flowers  on its very surface a year before its  le^al location. In 1876 Hickey concluded to locate the mine. There was then  some active prospecting and some development of copper mines in Butte,  notably the Parrots and the Gagnon  mines. At Walkerville a half mile  further up on the mountain's side,  Marcus Daly was developing th-s Alice  silver mine, while Judge Davis the  banker was working the Lexington, a  silver mine also. In entering his  claim Hickey took his brother in with  him on the location which they subsequently divided, the younger Hickey  calling his mine the St. Lawrence in  honor of St. Lawrence county, New  York, their old home. After the locations were filed Michael Hickey had  nothing more to do with the St. Lawrence, the brother, however, took in a  partner, but they did little work beyond the necessary representing as  they never thought there was anything  in tho mine. Meanwhile Michael  Hickey began thinking for a name for  his new mine and as I have often heard  him relate "I thought quite a long  time before I named this mine. Several  thousand locations were filed in and  about Butte, and I wanted to get a new  name. I served in McClellan's army  in the war. One day while in camp I  had picked up a copy of the New York  Tribune and read one of Horace  Greely's editorials in which he said  that McClellan's army was enveloping  Lees' army like a giant Anaconda. It  struck me that Anaconds was a mighty  good word, and when I wanted a name  for my mine that no one else had hit  on I thought of the Anaconda and gave  the mine the name which has now become world famous." After Hickey  had worked the mine about a year,  having meantime taken in a partner,  Dave O'Rourke, they lixed up a windlass and sunk to a' depth of 35 feet.  The ore was silver and not the slightest  indications of copper. About this time  $700 was offered to Hickey for the  mine which he ref jsed. He however  presented Charles Larabee with a  third interest, as he wanted help in  representing and neither of them did  more work than they had to in making  legal their claim to the property. The  ore was free milling an had they  reasonable smelting facilities the mine  would have paid well, but the only  sme.ter on the eround then was owned  Continued on page 3.  JI..S.    f  Law Stamps,  50 cents.  IN     THE     SUPREME    COURT    OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA.  IN THE MATTER of the Land Registry Act,  and Amending Acts:  and  IN THE MATTER of the amendment of a certain Map and Survey showing a subdivision  of a portion of the Western part of the South  half or the North-East quarter, and the North  half of the South-East quarter of Section  32, In Township 70, in the Osoyoos Division ot the District of Yale In the Province  of British Columbia, deposited In the Land  Registry Office at Kamloops, and numbered  97:  LET ALL THE PARTIES CONCERNED  attend before the Honorable Gordon Hunter,  Chief Justice, or such other Judjre as may be  sitting* at the Court House in the City of Vancouver at the time specified at the foot hereof  upon the hearing* of an application on the part  of Frederic Keffer and Mary Garland for an  Order that the Map or Plan numbered 97, and  depos ted in the Land Registry Office at Kamloops, and showing a subdivision of aportion of  the Western part of South half of the North-  East quarter, aud the North half of the South-  East quarter of Section 32. in Township 70 In  the Osoyoos Division of the District of Yale in  British'Columbia be amended or altered by  striking* out of the said Map that portion thereof described as fellows:���Commencing at the  South-Westerly corner of Lot 1, iu Block 3, being the intersection of the Northerly limit of  Garland Street with the Easterly limit of Vancouver Street; theuce North thirty-three degrees and fojr minutes East 330 feet, or to the  North-Westerly corner of Lot 10, in Block 3;  thence 40 fee*. North' fifty-six degrees and fiftv-  five miuules West, or to the North-Easterly cor-  .ier of Lot 10, iu Block 7; thetice430 feet North  thirty-three degrees and four minutes East, or  to a point in the North-Easterly limit of Norway Street: thence South fifty six degrees and  fifty-five minutes Ea-t9.8 feet,* more'or less," to  a point iu the Westerly limit of Block 53; thence  8S.8 feet South fourteen degrees and five minutes  West; thence 301.5 feet South forty-eight degrees aud forty-seven minutes East to a point  ou the Westerly bank of Boundary Creek;  thence South-Westerly along and following  the bank of Boundary Creek to a point in the  North-Easterly limit of Garland Street: and  thence 243.7 feet North fifty- six degrees and  fifty-five minutes West to the place of commencement:  Dated this 28th day of May. A.D. l'X)4.  GORDON HUNTER, C. J.  Per W. G. M., Reg'r.  This summons was taken >>ut by Isaac H.  Hallett, of Greenwood in British Columbia. Soli  citor for Frederic Keffer and.lMary Garland.  To,  W. H. Edmonds, Esq.,  Registrar of Titles,  Kamloops, B. C.  And to all purties interested.  In support of the above application will be  read   the  affidavits   of   Frederic   KefTer   and  Thomas A. Garland, sworn and filed herein.  NOTE.  If vou do not attend either in person or by  your"Solicitor at the place above mentioned  at the time mentioned at the foot hereof.  such Order will be made aud proceedings  taken  as the Judge may think just and expedient.  Let this Summons be heard at Chambers at  the Court House at Vancouver. H. C, on Wednesday Uie Sixth dav of July, A.D. 1904, at the  hour of 10.30o'clock lu the forenoon, or so soon  thereafter as the Judre may sit and Counsel  can be heard.  And further let this Summons be served upon  W. H. Edmonds. Esquire, Registrar of Titles.  Kamloops, B. C, and notice of application published in the Boundary Creek Timts, a weeklv  newspaper pnblished in the City of Greenwood,  until the return hereo'.  (   GREENWOOD   1  G. HUNTER, C. J.       1      May 28,1904      >  |     REGISTRY.    j  Application For Liauor Licence  00<>00<><>��0<>000<><>0<>0<>0<>0<><><>0-C^^  c��  OO  OOOO  ��the*  BEST $1 A DAY HOUSE IN THE CITY  Nicely Furnished  Rooms.  Hot and Cold Baths  Free to Guests.  WM. GREEN. Proprietor.  ��00000000000000000000000000'��OOOOOOOOOQOOOOOOW>090000C  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting ofthe  Board of T.icense Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the Windsor Hotel, and being* situate on lots 31  and 32, Block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners.  Ernkst J. CarTier.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of License'Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises known as the Arlington  Hotel, aad being situate on lot 22,  block 7, in the said city of Greenwood,  either under an Hotel License or Saloon  License, whichever may be granted by  the said Board of Commissioners.  Thomas Peickart  Phil McDonald.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of License Commissioners of  the City oc Greenwood held thirly days  after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now known as the National Hotel, and being situate on Lots  18 and 19, block 7, in the said City of  Greenwood, either* under an Hotel  License or Saloon License, whichever  may be granted by the said Board of  Commissioners.  J. W. Cascaden  D.   W.  HONNLEY.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is herebv given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  license to sell' liquor by retail, undei  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Victoria Hotel, and  being situate on lot 24, block 12, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Gilbert Gunderson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board ot Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Norden Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 6, block 14, in the  said City of Greenwood.  Andrew Sater  William Johns.  -  Da::ed the 3rd day of Jutieri904r "'  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is herebv given tli it T intend  to apply at the first meeting of tho  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the CUy of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  ae hotel licence, upon the premises  known as the Queen's Hotel, and being situate on Lot 5, block 14, in the  said city of Greenwood.  David Manchester  Dated the 3rd day of June, 190��.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty days  after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, urder  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Commercial Hotel,  and being situate on lot 8. block 5, in  the said city of Greenwood.  Geo. H. Collins.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pioneer Hotel, and  being situate on lots 20, 21, and 22,  block 5, in the said city of Greenwood.  John W. Nelson.  Dated tha 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notioe is hereby given that we intend to apply at the first meoting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days aster the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Imperial Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 35 and 36, Block  12, in the said City of Greenwood.  Graham & Parky.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Kootenay Hotel,  and being situate on lot 16, block 7, in  the said City of Greenwood.  Thomas Walsh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licensing Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Pacific Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 33 and 34, Block  7, in the said City of Greenwood.  H. B. Maddbn.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given .that we in-  intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of Licencing Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Royal Hotel, and  being situate on Lots 27 and 28, Block  F, Fisher addition, in the said City of  Greenwood.  Poupore & McVeigh.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissioners of  the City of Gieenwood, held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Greenwood .Hotel,  and being situate on Lots 20 and 21,  Block B, Sutherland addition, in the  said City of Greenwood.  W. J. Simpson.  Dated the 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for  a licence to sell liquor by retail, upon  the premises now Known as the Rossland Hotel, and being situate on Lot  30, Block 12, in the said City of iGreen-  wood, .either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloon Licence, whichever may be  granted" by ���the~Taid~Bbard of Commissioners.  Geo. Wellwood,  Dated the 3rd day of'June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  Notice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licence Commissioners of  the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the da e of this notice, for a  license to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known as the Clarendon  Hotel, and being situate on Lots 13 and  14, Block 12, in the said city of Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or  Saloon Licence, whichever may be  granted by the said Board of Commissioners.  Julius Ehrlich  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence-  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the first meeting of  the Board of Licence Commissioners  of the City of Greenwood held thirty  days after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, upon the  premises now known as the Ottawa  Hotel, and situate on Lot 3, Block D,  Sutherland addition, in the said city of  Greenwood, either under an Hotel Licence or Saloon Licence, whichever  may he granted by the said Board of  Comm issioners.  Frank Fera.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1904.  Application For Liauor Licence  No.ice is hereby given that I intend  to apply at the first meeting of the  Board of Licencing Commissions of  the City of Greenwood, held thirty  days.after the date of this notice, for a  licence to sell liquor by retail, under  an hotel licence, upon the premises  now known as the Alberta Hotel, and  being situate on Lot 4, Block 12, in  the said City of Greedwood.  W. H. Craig.  Dated the 10th day of June, 1904. \)  so  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  * *T^  *  Tomorrow "Saturday'* will be the last day J  of this DISCOUNT SALE.  we will put on our floor a nice as-1  sortment of New Goods, *  ���*$��  #  m-  *^<-  IRON BEDS  BED SPRINGS  BEDROOM SUITES  MATTRESSES  BUFFETS  OILCLOTHS  LINOLEUMS  CHINA CABINETS  CARPETS  PILLOWS  '���-- :;*>,**S; ���**������.  i^Ay-v.',*,  j.*j*!*AV    ���������"������  ..:)  BLANKETS  LADIES'  SECRETARIES  BABY CARRIGES  CARRIERS  GO CARTS  CURTAINS     ZC  it  it  9��  ���mi  Ii you require anything in our line you cannot afford to  overlook this opportunity.  i��<-  @*  9  e  *  ���m  NEXT DOOR TO BANK OF COMMERCE  GREENWOOD, B. C.  <<fHf"^"<p��<f��f^  Finding of the "Anaconda  .By JOHN MAGUIRE.  Continued from page 2.  -by--W.-A.*--Clark:at,.pre8ej^tJQ^^__Sena-_  tor for Montana and the charges for  smelting was $43 a ton and with other  expenses it hardly paid to hoist the  ore.  About this time Marcus Daly, who I  firmly believe, was the greatest miner  that ever lived on the Pacific slope,  then superintending the Alice mine,  offered Hickey to sink certain number  pf feet for a third interest. An agreement was made and after sinking  about 85'feet he got a lease and bond  from Hickey at the rate of $30,000.  Eventually Hickey sold to Daly his  third interest for $10,000. Larabee sold  his interest to him soon after for considerably more and Daly having now  acquired the Anaconda mine he turned  his attention to the. St. Lawrence.  Hickey's brother and his partner, a  German named Croppt, kept their title  good by representing but never  thought there was anything to the  mine and both sold to Marcus Daly  their interests in the St. Lawrence for  ��122. One hundred and twenty-two  dollars���think of it! Today the Anaconda and St. Lawrence properties  give employment to fully 1200 miners.  They furnish the bulk of the ore fnr  the Washoe smelter at* Anaconda  which gives employment to 2000 men.  Millions of dollars have been tnken  out of these mines; they form the foundation of the grand modern city of  Butte with a prosperous community of  70,000 people and its sister city of Anaconda with a population of 15,000. As  a moral should adorn a tale, when I  see the mines which are being developed and some sc profitably worked here  in Greenwood, the splendid showing  all those I have visited are making, I  have every confidence that a grand  future awaits this district. I have  seen all the principal mining camps in  Californii, Nevada and Montana grow  from such small prospects that those in  sight around me here iu every direction are veritable bonanzas. I saw the  the greatest silver producing mine of  the American continent, the Con Virginia   on   the Cotnstock, for want of  capital "make" its modest "beginning  with just such an equipment as is now  employed at the Elkhorn with this dif-  ferance that the consolidated Virginia  which paid millions in dividends did  not appear anything as near so good  as either the Providence or the Elkhorn at the same stages of develop  ment.  There is plenty of capital today on  the other side looking for investment  in legitimate mining enterprises but is  timid in exploring any region "wild  catting" prevails.  If liberal mining laws prevail, and  the railroads or other transportation  methods do not hold up the niiniu ;��� industry in extortionate charges, nothing can stop your prosperous and  immediate growth and in the near  future I hope to revisit and find as I  certainly wish it to become aud for  which it possess already all the necessary essentials in hospitable Greenwood, a city of magnificent proportions  giving employment to thousands of  miners and embracing within the  Boundary many mines like the Ana-  couda and St. Lawrence of Montana.  it gives such unbounding satisfaction.  "I caught cold in my shoulder while  driving and sufFered great pain, writes  G. E. Dempsey of Berlin. I used  Nerviline freely and was soon quite  well. I. have found Nerviline an excellent remedy for rheumatism and  neuralgia as well as for cold on the  chest. I recommend Nerviline highly  and wouldn't be without it." Price  25c.    For sale at the Thomas Drug Co.  WELLWOOD-STUART.  George Wellwood, the popular proprietor of the Rossland hotel, and Miss  Jenette Stuart were married at Col-  ville on July 2nd. None of their many  friends in Greenwood were told of the  happy event until after their return  from Collville. As a revenge the  Rossland was serenaded last week.  George squared it wilh the boys who  extended hearty congratulations in  which the Times joins.  RACKING PAIN IN THE JOINTS  Also every form of rheumatism,  neuralgia and sciatica are bestly cured  by Nerviline the quickest relief for  muscular qain yet discovered. Its  because Nerviline strikes m and penetrates right lo the core of the pain that  On Wednesday evening, July 13th,  K. C. B. Frith, D. G. C. of Greenwood  Lodge No. 29, Knights of Pythias, installed the following officers for tl.e  present term: C.C., C. R. Pittock; V.  C, L. B. Hodge; P., J. Cameron; M.  of \V., J. Wilmshurst; K. of R. and S.,  A, D. Hallett; M. of F., A. S. Embru;  M. of E., K. C. B. Frith; M. at A., D.  Gillis; I.G., C. Dunne; O.G., A. Lind.  A large number of the members of the  lodge were present and after the installation a light luncheon was served  by the new C.C. whose hospitality was  much enjoyed.  Dr. R. Mathicson has returned from  Phoenix, wliere he has been for the  past five clays on a professional visit.  Mayor Naden and Commissioners  Aid. McNeill and W. B. Fleming held  a sitting of Ihe licensing board last  evening. Saloon licenses were granted to the Windsor, Arlington, Clarendon, National and Ottawa and hotel  licenses to the other houses.  His Honor Judge Leamy and Mrs.  are visiting in the city accompanied by  Mrs. and Miss Ahearn of Ottawa.  Postponed  Owing to the  rain the garden  party and bon'  fire at the resi'  dence of Mrs, H,  G Shaws is post'  poned until next  Tuesday even=  ing.  INBS0R.  ��*f@TEL  ERNEST J. CARTIER, Proprietor.  Finest Furnished House in the Boundary  Steam Heated. Lighted l'ft^gHblii_^vitK^lectric^ligh"tsr  We offer special inducements to travellers as we have the  finest sample rooms in the city.    Our bar excells  all others.  9-  a��ft��##��#o#ft��)����aa9��������i��#��##0����<����t������������4!(������tif#������<ii��i>��(0<(��  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St!, Chicago, 111.  NANGIAL �� MINING AGENTS  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PURCHASED   OR  'DEVELOPED.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ao������#������a����#��aa��#����������i>��ti����a����������ft������$#^��<i6����#a��������<��  **%^: THE:-%  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MKAI.S  AT  AI.I.  HOURS  PKIVATK   ROOMS   I'OR   LADIKS.  THY   OUK   COl'I-KK  Charles R. Pittock,     :     Wtopu BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETTA SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  C.iiil�� Address :       hallbtt."  Conies  Bedford M'Neill's   Gref.nwood,  Morcing* & Neal's  Leiber's.  I. H.   HALLETT.  B. C.  II. C. SHAW.  MCLEOD 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 Encuneer,  Dominion    an��    Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gaunce & Wickwire.  Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD,    :      :      :      :    B.   C.  A.  E. ASHOROFT.  libmlnlon and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Ainlng and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs office.)  GREENWOOD. IJ. C  GREENWOOD  BARBER SHOP.  W. D. Flinn, Prop.  Sharp Razors. Clean Towels  Porcelain Bath Tubs.  Copper Streei.       -     Greenwood, B.C.  ^fplfe   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  "�����������'Cwi&^ No. 38.1. 0. 0. F.  Meets everv  Tuesday Even'mi; at 8 00 in the  ]. O. O. P. Hall.    A cordial iiivi union is ex  tended to all sojourning brethern.  ft. R. Nai>en. Frkd B. Holmes.  N. G. Ree.-Sec.  ttbe  Boundary Creek Times  ��lssued eccry fridav  Duncan Ross Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pek Ybak    2 00  Six Months    t 2��  To Foreign Countries. 2 5C  o  FRIDAY.   JULY 15  1904  THE BIG MERGER.  o  that appeals strongly to those  who know something- about the  character of Boundary ores. It  would be impossible to secure a  better variety of ores for economical treatment at a smelter,  and the supply is inexhaustible. The smelter capacit}r can  be increased without causing1 any  anxiety regarding the supply of  ore.  With the merger an assured  fact, with the B. C. Copper company steadily working its mines  and smelters, with more high  grade mines being operated, with  the early construction of the Midway & Vernon and Gread Northern railways, the outlook for  Greenwood is brighter today than  at other time in the history of the  city.  DUNDONALD DISMISSAL  ed because "colonials" dare to  interfere with a genuine Lord  from across the water. This  phase of the situation is suc-  ciutly put by the London Advertiser which says:  "The flunkeys are in full cry  against the Government because  it taught Lord Dundonald that  he was the servant of the Canadian people, not the master.  "In their self-abasement the}'  argue that Canadians are unfit to  manage their own affairs; and  the suggestion that a Canadian  officer should be placed in command of the Canadian militia  fills them with toadyish horror.  The idea, too, of a farmer, like  Fisher, presuming to cross a lord!  ''This sickening lordoiatry is  responsible for much of the fuss  over Lord Dundonald's dismissal,  tho in the main the motives are  purely political."  IMTOffi^^^  The successful flotation of the  big merger means much for  Greenwood and the Boundary  district. With large bodies of  comparatively ~~low grade ore, it"  is only natural that the district  should develop into one of big  mines,smeltersand big companies  operating them. Of course there  will always be individuals and  small companies operating the  higher grades mines contiguous  to the city, but in order to secure  the best results from the operations of the large bodies of low  grade ore, amalgamation is necessary.  Those who were responsible  for the flotation are to be congratulated upon the results of  their efforts. It was no easy  tliing to go into a money market  that looked askance at B. C.  mining investments and succeed  in pi icing on a sure footing a  company which already expended  nearly a million dollars in cash  in acquiring mines and which has  plenty of capital to carry on extensive operations. Messrs.  Munroe & Munroe of Montreal  have already demonstrated their  ability to interest prominent  capitalists in legitimate investments and the successful conclusion of the Montreal & Boston���  Dominion Copper merger only  adds to their reputation as successful promoters. Mr. Pemberton the local manager is entitled  to credit for his hard work in connection with the amalgamation.  There is no good reason why  the new company should not be a  success.    The combination is one  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  CF*  99.  auk of  Capital, all paid up, $13,973,560.  Rest.  ..$10,000,000.  President.   Lord Stkathcona and Moont Royal,  Vice-President:    Hon. Gkorge A. Drummond.  General Manager :   E. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. , clue, In  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Travellers' Credits, available in any partjof Hie world.  Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  ictt'i'es^'ln^^rd'a.f   M   YOflt,   CMCilgO.  fc=f>  mmmmmmmmMMmmmmMmmm  Tories who place part}r above  country are still harping on the  dismissal of Lord Dundonald.  Those who know little regarding  the history of Canada may he excused for criticizing the government's course, but no excuse can  be offered for those who know  something about the struggles  that took place before responsible  govermentwas secured. Dundon-  a d attemped to dragoon the government into a position subordinate to military authority aud  when the noble Lord offensively  criticized the government for interfering with the appointments  and questioned the right of a  minister of crown to interfere in  any way with the G. O. C, he  immediately raised an issue that  admitted of no compromise. The  people of Canada through their  government had to confess that  responsible government was an  empty sham and that ?fter all we  were slaves of military authority  or the people of Canada through  their governmentihad to peremptorily dismiss the man who would  dare question their right to govern themselves by and through  responsible ministers. The government took the latter course  and will be endorsed by the great  majority of the people.  Unfortunately the Conservative  party are in desperate straits  these days and welcome a new  issue, without considering the re-  ���sult-.--- They'have' surrounded the  Dundonald incident with all sorts  of political claptrap and are attempting to mislead the Canadian  people. Those who are descended from the men who fought for  and secured the present form of  government and those whose  hearts were thrilled by read-  ingthe history of those valiant  struggles, will not be led away  by those who are preaching the  dangerous doctrine, that the  government of of this country  has no right to interfere in. matters military.  In addition to those whose  motives are purely political there  are a few who have  beeu horrifi-  SOUND LIBERAL DOCTRINE  "What Lord Dundonald wanted was to assert the supremacy  of the military power OArer the  civil; but, as rav hon. friend the  Minister of Militia said yesterday, so long at all events as  there is a Liberal Government in  Canada, the civil power shall rule  over tbe military."���Sir Wilfrid  Laurier in the Dundonald debate.  "Better, I say, that a British  nobleman should withhold from  us the light of his lordly countenance forevermore than that we  should forfeit one iota of our  rights of local selfgovernment or  abate one particle of the authority of this Canadian Parliament  to administer the affairs of this  Dominion. Furthermore, Mr.  Speaker, proud as we may be,  thrilled as our hearts may be in  contemplation of the achievements of our soldiers and sailors  in all periods of our history and  in all portions of the globe, better I say again that the name of  every one of them from Henry of  Agincourt to Roberts of Kandahar should be blotted from the  page of our history and perish  from the memory of mankind  than that we should abate one  jot or one tittle of the principle  which subordinates every military authority in this Dominion,  high or humble, nobleman, gent-  leman or yoemau,_iQJthe p.eople  of Canada as represented in the  Parliament of this country."���  (Dr. Benjamin  Russell, M.P.  In another column will be found  a letter from Peter Donaldson,  secretary of the Grand Forks  Street Carnival, explaining how  the contest for Queen of tbe  Carnival is going to be conducted.  Extensive preparations are being  made for the Street Carnival  which will doubtless be the most  elaborate celebration ever held in  the Boundarj'.  Lost���$1 ��olrl stick pin "American  coin" between National and Pacific  hotels.    SI reward.    A. L. White.  Having bought the Vienna Bakery  and the Bakery conducted by the  Greenwood Fruit Co. my intentions are to amalgate the two in one  first class bakery, excelled by no  other in the interior. My wagon  will call on you every morning with  a strictly fresh supply of breads  and pastry.  Your Order is Solicited  J. B0CKSTEABER  PHONE 28. MANAGER.  THE CANADIAN RANK OFf OMMERCE  With Which is Amateamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital ..' $   8,700,000  Rest      3,000,OoO  Aggregate resources (30 Nov. 1903) over    83,000,000  L0nd06n00Kiard St. E. C. ^w York Aeeney     ff"��B.&r { *��*.  16 EXCHANGE PLACE.  In addition the Bank has 107 branahes and agencies in Canada and the United States,  including* the following in British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.  ATLIN, GREENWOOD, NANAIMO, VANCOUVER,  CRANBROOK,      [KAMLOOPS. NELSON, VICTORIA.  DAWSON, LADYSMITH, N.WESTMINSTER, WHITE HORSE.  E'ERNIE. .  Branches in the United States:  SAN FRANCISCO.       PORTLAND,      SEATTLE,     SKAGWAY  new york;  Deposits received,  exchang*e3*botiprlit   and sold  and every description of   baukinir  bnsinesstransactedl GREENWOOD BRANCH, .  W. ALLISON, Manager.  5* 4* 4* 4* *$r 4�� 4* 4* 4* 4r 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4�� 4* 3?  Mines  Stocks  GEORGE  REPRESENTING  'The Phoenix Fire Assur-i  ance Co. of London, Eng. J  | Liverpool and London and ]  i Globe Insurance Company.  The British   America  As-1  surance Co.,  of Toronto.  i The    Caandian    Birkbeck!  |ln-vestment   and  Savings]  (Co.  NADEN  MANAGER  J$<%�� >fy ��$�� Jfe <*f> Jfr> $* ���%* *$�� ���$��� iJL tf* *f* <|< Jfr ^* t��< *$. .$< ���$* <$* ����t JJ* ��|�� **  z~ZMi"Z"i��i"Z"tt'��i��Z"y,i'��iMZ*,i^^^  DEALERS IN  X  CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  �����    COPPER-STREET, GRESNWOOn.  >>  *8��>^X^��!"&*<"X"X~I~XMX��<"X"X"X'){!#4^  X  4  4  J  X  4  4  X  ?  i  GRAND F0RKS.--PH0ENIX--GREENW00D  DAILY STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwood 6 a. ni.    Arrivcs-at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Leaves Grand Forks 3.45 p. m., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00     Phoenix to  Greenwood SO cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  9999999999999 <f��*��������#��#��#��#t��######��#*0##����#####*#<��<��*��f*  9 *  9 9  9    . , : :     a  9  c  a  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  If     |  that will not do, try our stock of second hand machines of all   *  makes.    A full stock of needles and sundries for all standard   %  makes. J  WHY RUN THAT OLD MACHINE WHEN YOU CAN TRADE  IT FOR A NEW DROP HEAD  SINGER AND PAY THE BALANCE MONTHLY w  The Singer leads and can he bought on you own terms.  SINGER MANUFACTURING CO.  9  9  9  9  I   0FFT^.AGTui.ey& Co.'s Furniture Store.       N.   H     LAMONT,  A^flt.  -ft  9  9 BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  AFTER THE  WANDERS  Provisions of Pound By-law  to be Strictly Enforced  I  Delinquent Tax   Sale  to  be   Held.  Municipal Notes.  There was a. full attendance at the  regular meeting* of the city council on  Monday evening. Several matters of  routine business were disposed of and  then the municipal solons attacked an  old and serious question to wit: the  enforcement of the pound bylaw. The  proud owners of horses and other four-  footed animals spasmodically attempt  to observe the provisions of this important by-law, but like many another  bit o f legislation, this municipal enactment is generally more honored in  the breach than in the' observance.  Occassionally horses are seen securely  fastened in their stalls or elsewhere  but when the shades of night fall, they  are given the freedom of the city and  take particular delight in promenading  on the sidewalks. An alderman's life  is not a happy one and the mayor's  life is not worth a day's purchase because of the threat of irate denizens  whose sleep has been disturbed by  these midnight prowlers. So after  three long years of deliberation something haa at last been done. Bannerman & Lewis have a high corral on  Silver street and the city has an  officer in, the person of Alex Currie  who can lassoo the wildest broncho  that ever browsed' on Greenwood's  streets. The corrall is to be the official  jail for all stray animals in the future  and Currie has instructions to take  everything that roams without authority from the heavy draught horse to  the miserable cur that does not sport  a tag. '  The council are also arranging to  hold a tax sale this year and all property in arrears will be sold immediately after October 31st, the last day  upon which a rebate is allowed on cur-  renl taxes. The necessary by-law has  been passed and arrangements will be  made to advertise the delinquent property as soon as the necessary search  can be made at the land registry office  at Kamloops. Those who are in arrears  and wish.to escape additional expense  -'for searching* the-records~'and"'advertising should pay their taxes at once.  The big black in the fire team has  gone to a happier hunting ground. He  was carrying a game leg for several  years but inflammation  was   the im-  Put The  Kibosh on  Headaches  Our headache tablets  will relieve, the worst,  cracking, growling,  neave racking headache  in a few minutes time  ���all pain vanishes  within an hour.  There are people who  believe'that there is no  headache that these  magical tablets cannot  cure.  Large ^Box 25 cts.  White Bros.  Dispensing Chemists, Greenwood  li  no Did  p  lb  ��i    M  Oi  I have for sale some of the finest Ranches and Fruit Lands in the District.   These can be purchased for  cash or on easy terms. X Improved Land and Young Orchards which can be bought cheap NOW will  soon be worth considerable money and bring in large incomes to there lucky owners.  BE WISE AND BUY NOW.  For Full Information Apply to  Frederic W. McLaine  Broker & General Insurance Agent,  Copper Street, Greenwood.  mediate cause of death. The fire and  light committee are now looking for  another horse.  On account of a policy of retrenchment, but little street work will be done  this year. Worn out crossings are being renewed however.  MAKING OF DIVISION  THE VERDICT OF  PUBLIC  OPINION  Is with the best article every time.  That s why Putnam's Corn Extractor  has been in the lead for the last half  century, It cures corns painlessly in  twenty-four hours and never fails; Use  only Putnam's for corns mid warts.  For sale at the Thomas Drug Co.  Between Alaska and British Possessions-  Aluminum bronze posts, about two  and a half feet in height, especially  manuf-.ctured for the purpose, and set  at half 3 ile intervals, are to mark the  international boundary line between  Alaska and the British possessions, as  determined by the London award,  says the Alaskan.  Plans for surveying and marking  the line are now being made and the  engineors who are to do the work are  assembling. Prof. W. P. King, British  imperial government international  boundary commissioner and chief astronomer of Canada, and C. A. Bigger,  chief of the Canadian-, survey party,  both of Ottawa, are at the head of the  British party. O. H. Titttnan, superintendent of the United States coast  and geodetic survey, will be the commissioner in charge of the American  survey party.  Three parties will be put into the  field, each composed of an equal number of Canadians and Americans. Each  party will consist of about 10 men in  charge of a surveyor. Two of the  parties will work on the valley of the  Chilkat river, while the other party  will go up the valley of the Stickine  river and come to establish the boundary there.  Professor King, in an interview with  lfie'Vancb��vCT"Prbvin(se7"!sat"d:  This survey will be a joint affair in  which both Canadian and American  surveyors will participate jointly in  the work of estab'.ish;ng the new boundary line as laid clown by the Alaska  boundary commission. It will be an  arduous undertaking, and only a small  portion of the new boundary line,  which is over 500 miles in length, can  be permanently located and marked  this season. In fact, I believe it will  require at least three and possibly four  seasons to entirely complete the work.  It will not be possible to do anything  during the winter season, and in some  parts of the boundary where the line  crosses wide glaciers and mountain  peaks it will only be possible to reach  them under themost favorableclimatic  condition in the summer.  "How will the boundary line be  marked ?" Professor King was asked.  "With aluminum bronze posts about  two and a half feet in height, specially manufactured for that purpose. We  are taking a large number of these  posts north with us. They will be set  at half mile intervals generally, ex  cept in some places in the valleys,  where the line requires to be marked  at closer intervals. As these posts  will have to be erected in solid rock  over a large portion of the boundary  iine, an ingenious arrangement of a  forked base has been made. When  this base is set in holes drilled in the  rock and firmly fastened in place with  cement there is not much fear of the  marking post being removed except by  some very forcible means.  NICOLA ELECTS  The Nicola Coal & Iron mines has  elected officers as follows : President,  W. Lloyd Scott of Pittsburg; vice-  president and superintendent, George  Beaver of Nicola, B. C; secretary,  Jess Buchholz; directors, N. A. Baker  of Spokane and W. H. Blackwood of  I New York.  The water is down aud now  is the time to go fishing  Rods,   ^Reels  Lines. ffies,  and other tackle at  reasonable   prices,  COLES & FRITH  Books,   Stationery,   Cigars,  .    Wall Papers, Etc.  iy��(��#����sa#$a����#����������0��0��a##i����#��������a����$��$������������##a0��0��a  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  urns  &Co.  Greenwood,  B. C,  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ������a����#***#��**<M4s��#��*��*#<��*#������i������������*#��i'*#��st������tt��*����a*��  PROVERB  What is more annoying  to. a man or a woman,  who wishes to get up at a  certain hour in the morn''  ing than to find that the-y  have overslept themselves?  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THEE  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  II IU 1  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kepton draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  insure punctuality in get/  inf, to work "on time" in  the morning. There can  be no "second nap" when  this alarm clock calls.  Isn't it well worth a lot of  money  for such services,  II m ID (1 Slit  i  JEWELLERS, Greenwood.  <..x��<~xk��X"X~x^<~xk��<"X~x~X">  !  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  Y  BOARD  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  THE SWAYNE  HOUSE,  Silver Street,  Greenwood,  ^x<~xk~X"X<~x~x~x~x~x~x~x<  Drink Old Fashioned  fa  m  BEER  B  w  m MADB BY THIS  LOUIS  FORSCHNER BREWING CO.  m.  YM  -SILVER   STREET.  WA ~           ���" �����-��..      ��*,  S~ "We  live to eat, and eat to Live" is an old axiom ^  B but in order to live you must get the best to eat.              H3  e****��� ���-���  i TRY   OUR                          ^  B      OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON       ^  I The flew INDEPDNDENT MEAT MARKET 1  J^   'Phone  ��T   No. 20.  The Union Meat Company g  ^aaaaaaauaauaauauaaiauuauaaauauaauaaui^ BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  VISITORS FROM BUTTE.  Distinguished Montana Men Visiting  The Boundary*  John Maguire and Morris Davis of  Bntti: :ire visiting friends on the citv.  Mr. Maguire i.s tin; veteran theatric.il  manager and actor wlio lias been connected with the stage since 1860. Mr.  Davis is a son of the late Butte million.'! re wlio accidentally met his death  ;.. ii*,.. iirj;|p,:   It���!������'.    Virion-,    ;i    few  first* time have been kept busy meeting  old Montana friends.  Altuniigh Mr. Maguire retired from  active participatio i in matters histrionic sometime ago he still takes a  keen interest in the ari. .Next Monday evening* he will appear in the  auditorium in this city in aid ofthe  Catholic Ladies' Society. Probably  no other actor has had a more successful monologue career than this versatile Irishman. In his early days he  played in all the towns in the Northwest and on the Pacific coast and his  reputation was .such that he could  always secure the largest audiences.  He hasn't lost the knack despite his  sixty odd years and Monday's enter  tainment will be a great treat in a  town that is not often visited by  i theatrical stars.  Mr. Maguires popularity in his home  state was shown by a benefit concert  given iu Butte a few years ago. His  theatre was destroyed by fire and immediately prominent citizens arranged  a benefit concert. Seats were sold by  auction and the worst one in the grand  stand at the race track where the benefit was given sold for $900. All the  mines in Butte were closed for the  occasion" aud the miners vere given a  half holiday with full pay. It is estimated that the net proceeds were upwards of 330,000 with which Mr.  Maguire began the construction of the  magnificent Maguire opera house  which he runs  Both Mr. Maguire and Mr. Davis  are enjoying tlieir visit here. They  have visiteci some of the big mines  and the high grade ones and are firmly  of the opinion that the day is not far  distant when the Boundary will yet  rival Butte as a mining camp.  A TALKING PRELATE  his  Bishop of British  Columbia Airs  Yeiws in Montreal,  Montreal, July 8.���Bishop Perrin of  British Coiumbia, who is here on the  way to Sngland, is credited with the  following opinion en Church union :���  "The question," he say "is not active  in the west, but if the union of the  Presbyterians, the Mhthodists and the  Congreirationalists ')e accomplished I  i look to see thf Presbyterians cmne over  ii-iin'iii i*.->   to   the   Church   of  "What about the Presbyterian horror of the prelacy?"  ���'Oh, that was a bogey affair at a  time when the prelate was supposed to  have two heads and be a tremendous  person. The prtlate is simply the  nominal head of the Church for the  time being. The Presbyterian Church  has a Moperater only from year to  year, the Church of England offers  definite position and sta'tus."  "How could you conceive the Presbyterians, with their definite doctrines  their definite policy, their clear-cut  position joining* the Medhodists?"  "Some of them may say they will,  but they do not mean it. For. what  is Medhodism? I do not mean the  Methodism of John Wesley, which we  know, but the Methodism of the present day with its plese.nt Sunday afternoons and its philosophical talks. It  is fluid, simply fluid; and as to Congregationalism, that is "more democratic still. With these bodies all the  authority comes from below. Here  is the order: The Roman Catholic  Church takes you by the throat and  says, 'You must.' The Church of Eng  land says, 'You ought.' That is to say,  it presents you with its'position, it  shows you its body of doctrine, itj  shows you the primitive policy and  usage of the Church, it shows you,  from the very beginning, the orders of  clergy and the sacraments It puts the  historic postion, the primitive idea,  before yon, and it says, 'You ought.'  The other bodies say, 'You mry.' The  Methodists would appeal to the Bible.  So would the Church of England.  But it shows you what was from the  beginning and which it still possesses.  I am firmly persuaded that the Church  of F,ii;' land in its teaching accords  with mc genius of this continent.".  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that I have  this day disposed of the business  known as the Gem restaurant to Frank  G. Engdaun. All accounts owing by  the said Gem Restanrant will be paid  by me and all accounts due are to be  paid to me.  I beg to thank the public for the  liberal patronage extended during the  past six pears and solicit the same  treatment for my successor.  Greenwood, July 15th, 1904.  C. R. PITTOCK.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICK  SNOWSHOE, DIAMONa, and TOLEDO,  Mineral Claims, situated in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale District. Wliere  located:    At Camp McKinney.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Hugh Megraw,  Free Miner's Certificate No B8T303, acting as airent for William Claude Fox, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BG2076, intend sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mininir Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for tlie purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grain of the above claim. ,  "   And further take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 7th day of July. 1903.  HUGH MEGRAW.  AUDITORIUM  M0NBAY  JULY 18  BENEFIT   OF THE  CATHOLIC   LADIES'  SOCIETY  AID  GEM RESTAURANT SOLD.  The Well Known Restaurant Changes  Hands.  A change has come over another of  the Gieenwood landmarks. Charlie  Pittock no longer welcomes the hungry  to the Gem restaurant. This week he  disposed of the business to Frank G.  Engdaun and he will take a rest for a  short time after six and half years  close attention to business. Mr. Pittock came to Greenwood in the spring  of 1898. He and Con Werner started a  ,-restauraut.v.iii ,-a.^.smalL-building-and-  through good and bad times Mr. Pittock has been at his post. Mr. Werner  sold out his interest in the Gem a few  years ago and returned to his old home  iu the east.  Six years is no short time in a new  town. Many changes have taken  place but Charlie Pittock was always  attending to the wants of the customers until it was almost taken f<*>r  granted that ho and the Gem were one  and that they could not be separated.  He considered he had earned a holiday and decided to sell to Mr. Engdaun who has been connected with the  Gem for some time. He is an experienced caterer formerly of Seattle aud  has already made himself popular with  the Com patrons.  Mr. Pittock will remain here for  some lime looking after his valuable  mining interests.  MR. JOHN MAGUIRE  will appear in his famous   monologue   entertainment  Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal of Minerals on Dominion Lands In Manitoba, the  Northwest Territories and the Yukon  Territory.  Care"  Embracing' character sketches and  olio of oddities from the principal  English and American authors, as  "p~eTf6rtiie(l'by liirff "with tnarvellous"  success throughout the principal  cities of the United States,  RAILWAY NOTES.  C. .-iiunns ihe Great Northern Kail-  way contractor, -J- H Kennedy, chief  engineer ami C. A. Desbusay, right of  way rgcut, wesi: in the city this week.  Messsrs. Siniiim and Kennedy went  down tn Midway. It is currently reported iliai the road from Midway to  Eholt wi.l lie rushed and completed  as soon as ilu- Grand Korks-Phoenix  branch. 1 his will give the Great  Norilu-Mi an ������pporttinity to bid for  hiuling l'h.ifnix ores to the Bounaary  smeltf".  Ka.pli Smaili-s and a party of New  York capitalists who are negotiating  to build thd Midway aud Vernon went  up as far as Beaverdell this week and  returned to Ktjck Creek, driving from  there to Penticton. A detlnite an  nouncetnent regajcling* this project i.s  expected in a short time.  ADMISSION   ,,-,,>  RESERVED SEATS   >   ���  Seats can now be secured at White's  stores.  50 Cents  75 Cents  and   Thomas'  % "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD" |  !      THE EQUITABLE LIFE      f  !      ASSURANCE SOCIETY      f  V V  | OF THE UNITED STATES.       " |  ������'      HENRY    B.   HYDE - FOUNDER.    ���  ... .���.  2  * Outstanding- Assurance X  * Dec. 31, 1903  $1,409,918,742,00 4  X   New Assurance Issued in 1903      322,047,968.00 *  $   Income         73,718,350.93 %  ��   Assets Dec 31, 1903       381,226,035.53 %  4 Assurance  Fund   and   all   other %  4      liabilities        307,871,897.50 X  * Surplus         73,354,138.03 $  Paid Policyholders in 1903         34,949,672.27  *    ���>  JAMES W. ALEXANDER.  President. I  JAMES H. HYDE,  Vice-President. %  J.   S.   Lawrence,   superintendent   of  the C. iSc W., was in the city this week.  Allenbenr & Flemine, Managers.  H. M. Lee, Cashier.  ���<~:~x-x��k~:~kskk~:~k~:~x~w~:~:~>*-:��:~:��-  ;  Spokane, Wash- ���:���  4  Coal.���Coal lands may be purchased  at $10 per acre for soft coal and S20 for  anthracite. Not more than 320 acres  can be acquired by one individual or  company. Royalty at the rate of ten  cents per ton of 2000 pounds shall be  collected on gross output.  Quartz.���Persons of eighteen years  and over and joint stock companies  holding free miners' certificates may  obtain entry for a mining location.  A free miner's certificate is granted  for one or more years, not exceeding  five, upon payment in advance of $7.50  per annum for an individual, and from  ��50 to $100 per annum for a company,  according to capital.  A free miner, having discovered coal  in place, may locate a claim 1500x1500  feet by marking out the same with two  legal posts, bearing location notices,  one at each end on the line of the lode  or vein.  The claim shall be recorded within  fifteen days if located within ten miles  of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The fee  for recording a claim is $5 00.  At least $100 must be expended on  the claim each year or paid to the mining recorder in lieu thereof. When  $500 has been expended tor paid, the  has been expended or paid, the locator  may, upon having a survey made, and  upon complying with the other requirements, purchase the land at $1.00  an acre.  E'ermission may be granted by the  Minister of the Interior to locate  claims rontaining iron and mica, also  copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an  area not exceeding 160 acres.  The patent for a mining location  shall provide for the payment of royalty on the sales not exceeding five per  cent.  Placer Mining, Manitoba and the  N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���Placer mining claims generally  are 100 ft. square; entry fee, $5 renewable yearly. On the North Saskatchewan river claims for either bar or  bench' the former being 100 feet long  and extending between high and low  water mark. The latter includes bar  diggings, but extends back to the base  of the hill or bank, but not exceeding  1000 feet. Where steam power is used,  claims 200 feet wide may b; obtained.  Dredging in the rivers of Manitoba  and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory.���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each  for a term of twenty years, renewable  in the discretion of the Minister of the  Interior.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged bed or bars of the river below low water mark, and subject to  the rights of all persons who have, or  who may receive entries for bar diggings or bench claims, except on the  Saskatchewan river, where the lessee  may dredge to high water mark on  each alternate leasehold.  The lessee shall have a dredge in  jDperation_w|th^nj)ne season from the  date of the lease for each five miles,  but where a person or company has  obtained more than one lease one  dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction is sufficient. Rental, $10 per annum for each mile of river leased.  Royalty at the rate of two and a half  per cent collected on the oti'ptit after it  exceeds $10,000.  Dredging in the Yukon Territory���  Six leases of five miles each may be  granted to a free miner for a term of  twenty years, also renewable.  The lessee's right is confined to the  submerged beds or bars in the r.ver  below low water mark, that boundary  to be fixed by its position on the 1st  day of August in the year of the date  of the lease.  The lessee shall have one dredge in  operation within two yeats from the  date of the lease, and one dredge for  each five miles, within six years from  such date Rental $100 per mile for  first year, and $10 per mile for each  subsequent year. Royalty, same as  placer mining.    0  Placer mining in the Yuiron Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill  claims shall not exceed 250 feet in  length, measured on the base line or  general direction of the creek or gulch,  the width being 1,000 to 2,000. All  other placer claims shall be 200 feet  squprr  v^iaimes are marked by two legal  posts, one at each'end, bearing notices.  Entry must be obtained within ten  days, if the claim is within ten miles  of mining recorder's office. One additional day allowed for each ten miles  or fraction.  The person or company staking a  claim must hold a free miner's certificate.  The discoverer of a new mine is entitled to a claim of 1,000 feet in length,  and if the party consists of two 1,500  altogether, on the output of which no  royalty will be charged, the rest of the  party ordinary claims only.  Entry fee 510. Royalty at the rate  of two and one half percent, on the  value of the gold shipped from the  Yukon territory to be paid to the Com-  dtroller.  No free miner shall receive a grant  of more than one mining claim on e^ch  seperate river, creek or gulch, but the  same miner may hold any number of  claims by purchase, and free miners  may work their claims in partnership  by filing notice and.paying fee of $2.  A claim may be abandoned, and another obtained on the same creek,  gulch or river, by giving notice and  paying a fee.  Work must be done a claim each year  to the value of at least of $200.  A certificate that work has been done  must be obtained each year. If not,  the claim shall be deemed to be abandoned, and open to occupation and entry by a free miner.  The boundaries of a claim may be  defined absolutely by having a survey  made and publishing notices in the  Yukon Official Gazette.  Hydraulic Mining, Yukon Territory  ���Locations suitable for hydraulic mining having a frontage of from one to  five miles, and a depth of one mile or  more, may be leased for twenty years  provided the ground has been prospected by the applicant or his agent;  is found to be unsuitable for placer  mining; and does n.ot include within  its boundaries any mining claims already granted. A rental of $150 for  each mile of frontage, and a royalty  at the rate of two and one-half per  cent, on the value of the gold shipped  front the Territory are charged. Operations must be commenced within one  year from the date of the lease, and  not less than $5,000 must be expended  annually. The lease excludes all base  metals, quartz and coal, and provides  for the withdrawal of unoperated lands  for agricultural or  building  purposes.  Petroleum���All unappropriated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon  Territory are open to prospecting for  petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company  having machinery on the land to be  prospected, an area of 640acres Should  the prospector discover oil in paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish  such discovery, an area not exceeding  640 acres, including the oil well and  such other land as may be determined  will be sold to the discovererJat the  rate of $1.00 an acre, subject to royalty  at such rate as may be specified by  order-in-council.  JAMES A. SMART,  Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.  Department of the Interior, Ottawa.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVID BEATH, HENRY SHIELDS, or  to any person or persons to whom they may  have transferred their interest in tbe Paymaster mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale district.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  the sum of S1000 for surve-fing the above mentioned claim and $2.50 for recording* the same  for an assessment, such being* required and  necessary to hold the said claim for the year  ending* October 11,1903, under the provision of  the: Mineral Act and Amending* Acts; and if at  the expiration of ninety days from the date of  the first publication of this uotice in the Bound  ary Creek tTimes, you fail cr refuse to contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely, J51.25, together with all costs of advertising, your interests in said mineral claim  shall become invested in me, [ your co-owner]  upon filing in the proper office iu that behalf  the affidavit required by section 4, of the Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Patod this 9th day of June, 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "DIXIE" miueral claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wliere located:   Iu Deadwood camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Robert Wood, agent  for the Vancouver and Boundary Creek Developing aud Mining Coit pany, Limited Liability, Free Miner's Certificate No. B85418, Intend,  sixty days from the date hereof., to apply to the  Mining Recorder for Certificates of Iniprovements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grantof the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of June. A. D. 1904.  ROBERT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  '���Gold Drop Fraction" mineral claim situate iu  tlie Greenwood   Mining*   Division   of   Yale  District.     Where  located:      On   Wallace  Mountain,  joining   the    Gold    Drop   and  Alaska Mineral Claims.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson.  acting  as  agent  for  Wilfrid  Cookson,   Free  Miner's Certificate No. B85419, and Thomas W.  Murray, Free Miner's Certificate  No.  B55599,  Intend .sixty daj'R from the date hereof, to ap-  fly tc the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  niprovements, for the purpose of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  Aud further take   uotice   that  action, under  section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Oated this 14th day of June A. D., 1904.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Connection Fractional" Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of  Yale District. Where located: Skylark  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, J. P. Myers-Gray  Free Miner's Certificate No. BSS69S, agent for  James Sutherland, Free Miner's Certificate No  B85587, 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 on the above claim.  And further take notice that  action,   under  section  37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  DDated this 17th day of June, A.D. 1904.  J. P. MYERS-GRAY\  NOTICE  Notice is hereby given that we intend to  apply to the Board of Licence Commissioners  for a transfer of the licence now held by us  for the premises known as the Arlington hotel  situate on Lot 22, Block 7' Copper street, Greenwood, to E. Simpson.  Thos. Piecjcart  Phil  McDonald  Dated July 15,19<H. I ll  BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES  > ��*V��'vVrA��<r/W-'W>'W&  ST00KB BR0S  Having something else in  view  oifer their well known  For Sale  706 Acres  }50 acres suitable for cultivation  balance pastures and range.  100 foot hay and cattle sheds.  First class fencing.  Extensive Hog pasture��� creek  running thro���well fenced���pig  proof.  Young Orchard just coming into  bearing stock at option ot purchaser.  50 acres Timothy-Clover-Brome  Grass.  Barns all floored���chicken and  root houses.  Current prices paid ranchers for  dressed meats, etc. Pork 8 to  10c. Beef 8 to 10c. Eggs 35  to 60c dozen. Butter 35c lb.  Oats 50c bushel, wheat $1.00.  bushel.  There's Money In Ranching at the  above prices���you can't get away from  it. There Is no section so well adapted  to stock raising or fruit growing (as  Boundary Creek) that produces so little  of what It consumes. Market at your  door. The Freight Is yours.  The Boundary for the  rancher is an empire of  its own.  Our market Is protected on the East by  the C. P. R., on the south by the Custom  House, on the West and North by Land  limited and undeveloped.  For further Infotmation see:  Five Miles North of Midway,   B.   C.  Itt-'W-'W-U/"* >v  RAILWAY.  ;The only all rail route between points east  west and sonth to Rossland, Nelson, Grand  Forks and Republic.  Buffet cars run between Spokane and North-  port.  Effective June 14t.li. 1903.  Leave Arrive  8:45 a. m.           Spokane 6:15 p. m.  l6:40 a. m.           Rossland 4:35 p, m.  ���!7:20 a. m.           Nelson 7:20 p. ni.  10:35 a. m. Grand Forks 4:00 p. m  8:30 a. m.         Republic 6:15 p. m.  In Connection With  TICKETS To All POINTS  j SHORT LINE TO  ST; PAUL,, DULUTH, M.NNEJA-  POWS, CHICAGO and ALL I" OINTS  EAST. SEATTLE, TACOMA VICT-  QRIA, PORTLAND and all t ACIFIC  COAST  POINTS.  Through Palace and Tourist Sleepers.  Dining  and Buffet Smoking Library  ca r.  2 Fast Trains My .2  , For rates, folders and full information regarding trips, call on or* address a agent of the S. F. & N. Railway, or  H. A. Jackson, H. Brandt,  G. F. & P. A., C. P. & T. A.,  Spokane 7sl W Riverside Ave  Wash. Spokane, Wash  THE GRANBY MINES  Mr.   Miner: Denies- That Hill  Has  Control.  S. H. C. Miner and party are at present visiting the properties of the  Granby company of which Mr. Miner  is president. Interviewed at Nelson  by a Daily News representative Mr.  Miner discussed the reported contrb'  by J. J. Hill of the company's stock as  follows:  ���'Mr. Miner stated that the management of the Granby company did not  know who owns the stock. Mr. Hill  may have some of the stock, his  friends may likewise have some, but  Mr. Miner said the company had no  knowledge of it and did not care. The  reports published recently were farci-  al. He was the director who was interviewed in Monti eal, and. the dispatch which purported to emanate  from him was wrong, as he did not  make the statements sent out. The  stock of the company was on the mar-'  ket and anyone could buy it, As far  as Mr. Hill having control of the company was concerned, it was all wrong.  There had been no changes in the  directorate; the company was doing  business in its usual way and at the  same stand and in the best interests  of the stockholders. The staff was  simply being reorganized.  Mr. Miner said it was not expected  that the same people would work for  one company all the time, and that  changes of this character were to be  expected after a company had been in  existence for four or five years. "Talk  about Mr. Hill being in control," said  Mr. Miner, "it is not true."  Then Mr. Miner went on to state  that the board of directors of the company is- working in perfect harmony  as far as known to the management.  The company, he declared, was all  right, and if changes are made they  will be good changes, made in the interests of the stockholders. The affairs  of the company were in good condition  and he vvas satisfied that it had a long  career of prosperity ahead of it.  PYRAMIDS FROM CANADA  They  Are  Built   From   Ores  And  Metals From The Dominion  ST. Louis, July 11th.���Canada's  great mineral wealth is admirably exemplified by an attractive exhibit in  the Palace of Mine and Metallurgy at  the World's Fair. The display is the  largest ever made bv Canada at any  exposition. Explorers have ventured  in late years as far north as a thousand miles from the boundary line between the United States and Canada  in search of new fields, and the quest  has not been in vain.  Canada. occupies a space of 9,000  square feet near one or the main entrances, adjoining the United States  Government section in the Mines  building.- -The exhibit is inot confined  to show cases, but unique and striking  mass displays are made. As Canada  supplies more than one-half of the  world's production of nickel and 95 per  cent of the world's production of asbestos, these two ores are given a  prominent place in the exhibit. The  pyramid of nickel weighs 17 tons,  while the one of asbestos weighs 14  tons. Two other pyramids are shown,  one of corundum, weighing 12 tons  and another of mica.  These pyramids illustrate the processes the ores undergo in the transition from the crude state to the finished product. For example, in the  nickel pyramid the ore as turned out  of the mine forms the base; above is a  section containing the product afler  the roasting process. Above this is a  section containing the copper and  nickel matte, and the apex is finished  in the refined article. Surmounting  the pyramid is a statue sculptured cut  of the refined nickel and typically  Canadian in design.  A feature of the exhibit holds a  place in the center of the rear wall of  the section and resembles.a mantel in  shape. Three tall columns on either  side are joined by a large arch, the top  of which is 15 feet from the floor. The  columns and arch are build up in sections composed of representative  minerals from every province in the  Dominion. In the center of the arch  is a rich exhibit of gold from the  Yokon and British Columbia mines.  Coal hold a prominent place in the  display. Specimens are shown from  all fields, from Nova Scotia on the  on the Atlantic lo Vancouver Island  on the Pacific. Most of the coal used  by Pacific Squadton of the United  States Navy comes from the Vancouver mines. Gold copper ores and  silver lead ores ares are shown in large  quantities, as are also c.irome iron  and   manganese  iron   ore.    Seventy-  five table cases contain minerals arranged according to their geographical  location.  In one portion of th�� section is the  office of Superintendent R- L- Broad-  bent, who has charge of the entire  mining exhibit. The Canadian section in the Palace of Mines and Metallurgy is of great interest not only to  those who are interested in mining but  to the layman, and is a rendezvous for  Canadian visitors.  MILLS NOMINATED  Chosen Candidate in Yale-Cariboo by  Socialist Party.  Enest Mills the defeated candidate  in the recent provincial election was  nominated by the Socialist party to  contest Yale-Cariboo at a convention  held in Greenwood last evening. The  convention was composed of 8 dele-  egales from Greenwood, 7 from Phoenix,, one from Cascade, t.wo from Eholt,  three from Mother Lode, and one from  Hedley,the latter represented by proxy.  J. J. Caulfield was made permanent  chairman of the organization and W.  H. Banbury secretary.  Addresses were delivered of R. B.  Keer, J. J.Caufield, Ernest Mills J. W.  Riordan and others and J. J. Caufield  J. W. Riordan and Ernest Mills were  placed in nomination. The two former refused a nomination and Mr.  Mills vas unanimously declared the  Socialist standard bearer.  The Times is in receipt of an  advertising- proposition from an  English firm who undertake to  supply western bachelors with  wives foi a consideration. They  claim they can furnish* any sort  of wife required, old or young1  and of any color or description.  The bachelors who wants to invest .must send five dollars and if  a match, is made $45 dollars more  must be. paid. As the whole  thing- bears the earmarks of being- a deliberate attempt to  swindle some innocent westerners out of their money, the advertisement is not published.  DISSOLUTION  OF  PARTNERSHIP.  TVTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the  J. jL partnership heretofore existing between  the undersigned, under the firm name of Dempsey & McPh.-rson, carrying on business, as  Hotel Keepets at the Boundary Falls Hotel, at  Boundary Falls in the District of Yale, is this  day dissolved by mutual consent.  Dated at Boundary Falls, B. C, June 27, 1904.  Witness, CHAS. A. DEMPSEY  Geo. H. Gray. ALEX. McPHERSON.  Timber Notice.  Notice is hereby given that thirty days after  date we intend to apply to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Land and Works, Victoria, B. C  for a 21 year lease to cut^ and carry awav timber from the following 'described I anils;" 'com-,  mencijipr at a post placed on the West side of  Uie main fork of Kettle river near the mouth  of Canyon creek marked Heylaud and Hamilton's South west corner post, theuce East 400  chains, theuce North 400 chains, thence West  160 chains, thence Norlh 800 chains, thence  East 400 chains, thence North 400chains, theuce  East 040 chains, thence North 400 chains,  thence East 160 chains, thence North 400 chains  thence West 4oO chains, thence North 400 chains  thence West 64<> chains, theuce North 400  chains, thence West 400 chains, theuce South  64o chains, thence East 160 chains, theuce  South 160 chains, thence East lf*0 chains,  thence South 40o chains, thence West 320  chains, thence South 2000 chains to said place  of commencement.  Dated this 12th dav of May, 1904.  A. R. HEYTAND,  W. II. HAMILTON.  Locators  June 7th, 16th, 17th and 18th; July  1st, 2nd and 3rd, and August 8th, 9th  and 10th, from this territory to St,  Louis and Chicago. Are you going ?  If so, write me for detailed information. The Best Service between St.  Paul and Chicago over "The Northwestern Line.".  H. S. COLLINS. General Agent,  Spokane, Wash.  MINERAL ACT.  ��� Certificate of Imcrovements-  NOTICE.  "Alma"    and    "Scorpion"    mineral    claims  situate in the Greenwood Milling division of  Yale disfrict.    Whero located :    At Camp  McKinney   joining*   the    Peudre   minora  claim.  TAKE NOTICE that Sydney M. Johnson,  actinic for Philip B. S. Stanhope free miner's certificate Xo. BS54S7, intend, sixty pays  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining recorder for a certificate of improvements, foi  the prrpose of obtaining a crown Grant of the  above claim.  And further take notice   that  action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the  issu  ance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 30tli day of January A. D., 1904,  Sidney M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE  "Alameda" mineral claim,situate iu the Oreeu  wood minium* division of Yale District.  AVhcre located:   In Deadwood Camp.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Isaac II. Hallett,  as agent for Kverctt K. liartlett. Kree  Miners' Ceitificate No. I1.X0373, and Helen II.  Bartlett, Frcr Miners' Certificate intend sixty  days irom the tiate hereof, to apply to tile  Mining* Kecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of tlie above claim.  Aud  further lake uotice tliat action,  under  section 37,  must be commenced  before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 14th d.*<v of March. 1904.  I. H. Hallett.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  "Duncan" mineral claim, situate in the Greenwood mining division of Yale District.  Where locater:  On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson, Free Miners' Certificate No. K55250,  acting for self and as agent for.Robt. Wood,  Free Miners' Certificate No.*B55517. and Ralph  Smailes, Free Miners' Certificate No. B55.r>2l,  intend sixty days from the date hereof, to  apply to tlie Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, forthe purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And ftitther take notice that action,  under  section 37, must be commenced  before the  issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 11th day of Marcli, A. D. 1904.  Svdney M. Johnson.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICE.  DOUBLE STANDARD Mineral   Claim,   situate iu the Greenwood   Mining   Division  of  YaleDistrict.   Where located:     In Central  Camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting* as agent for Elizabeth McKellar, Free  Miner's Certificate No.  B 77140,  intend, sixty  days from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder tor a Certificate of Improvements  for the pnrpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of  the above Claim.  And further take notice  that   action,   under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 30th day ot April, A. D. 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  OWL Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood  Mining* Division of Yale District.    Located  in Deadwood Camp joining the Tiutic   M n  eral Claim.  ��� TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  Free Miueis Certificate No.  B. 5525C. actinpUor  self   and as agent for George R. Naden, Free  Miners Certificate No. B 41655, John N. Greden,  Free Miners Certificate  No.  B  55145, and the  British America Development Co., Ltd., Free  Miners Certificate No.  B 71612,  intend,   sixty  davs from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining* Recorder for a Certificate of Iniprovements,  for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grantof  the above claim. 1  And further take notice that   action,  under  section   37,   must  be commenced  before   the  issuance    of    such    Certificate    of   Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of April, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  I1TNERAL ACT.  Cerlificjte of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "Luckv   Boy,"   "Red   Jacket"    and   "Never  Sweat" mineral elaims, situate in   the  Greenwood   Miuing    Division of   Yale District.  Where located:  On China Creek, on West  Fork of Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that Svdnev M. Johnson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B41751 for  self aud as agent for Geo. R. Naden, Free  Miners Certificate No. B41655: W. G. Gaunce,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B80205;The British  American Development Co.. Ltd., Free Miner's  Certificate No. B71612. and F. F. Ketchum, Free  Miner's Certificate No. BS550O,iutcnd, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for a certificate of Improvements, for  the puopose of obtaining a crown Grant of the  above claims,  And furtlier take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issu-  anceof such certificate of improvements.  Dated this 20th day of February, A. D. 1904.  Siduhy M. Johnson.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  Marshall,   Marshall   Fraction,    Little  Annie, Little   Knows   Mineral   Claims,  situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Where located���In Greenwood   camp,   at   the   head   of   Providence  creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting  as agent   for  James    M'eNiilty,    Free  Miner's Certificate No. lJ?5171,Johu Bresiialiau,  Free   Miner's  Certificate   Nn.   I5S0203,    Danie:  Bresnalian, Free Miner's CVriificate No. B5sl70,  and Thomas Clark, Free Miner's Certificate No.  U55299, intend, sixty days from tlie date hereof, to apply to the  Mining  recorder  for Cert-  ficates of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.  Aud further take notice that action, under  section 37, innstbj commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Iniprovements.  Dated this 2-nd dav of January, A. D. 1904.  apl SYDNEY  M. JOHNSON.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of. Improvements.  NOTICK.  King Solomon, Queen of Slicba and Jumbo  Fraction Mineral Claims, situaie in the  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: Ou Beaver Creek two miles  Nortli of Beaverdell.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson  acting as agent for John A Crawford,  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. J>.su20l. Wm.Oisen,  Free Minei's Certiiicate No. U30572, Wm.  Klutz, Free Miner's Certificate No. BS5130 and  Joseph P. Kellv, Free Miner's Certiiicate No.  BSri3.S9, intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificateof Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claims.  And further take uotice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before tlie  issuance of such  Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 19th day of Marcli, A. D., 1904.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "Springfield" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Gccenwood Mining Division cf Yale District.    Where  located:���In   Beaver   Creek  Canm.  TAKE NOTICE that I. IsaacU. Hallett, as  agent for James Napier Paton, Free  Miner's Certificate Nn. I162150. ami Ralph  Smales, Free Miner's Certificate No. 1:55521.  iutend, sixty days from the ditto hereof to  apply to the Mining Recorder for a CertificHte  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice  that action,  under  Sectiou1 ".   m'ldt  be  commenced   before   ths  Issuance of such t;ertn ^ate of Impiovemeu*..  Dated this 3rd day of March. A. D.. 1'XM.  I. II. Hallett.  TO RICHARD   McCOLLOCK or to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred  his interest  iu  tlie  Kiondyke-,and  Nordac .mineral   claims    situated    in   tile  Gieetnvood Mining   Division  of Yale district, j  You  are hereby  notified   that we  have expended the sum of ��400 in assessment  work  tin  the above claims  togetner with  -10.00 for  re  cording the  same,  such   work   being required  and necessary   to  tin- said claims for the years  1'112-3 ending August 2nd.  1'XW,   tinder the provisions  >f the Miueral Act aud Ami.itdiug Acts;  aud if al the expiralio.i ol ninety days from the  date  nf  the   lirst publication   of  this notice iu  Ihe   lloiinilary  Crei'k  Tillies, yon fail or refuso  lo contribute your portion of such expenditure,  namely JI53.75. together with all costs of advertising,  your   interest   iu   said   mineral  claims  shall become vested iu us (your co-owners)upon  filing iu the proper oflice in thai behalf Ihe affidavit required  by section 4 of  the Mineral Act  Assessment Act.'WOO.  Dated this 22ud doy of April, 1904.  Geo. A. McKaoue,  HaRKY   A. SllALLBNBEKGl'.H.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTrCK.  THE KNIGHT  RAMBLER   Mineral   Claim,  situated in the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.   Wliere located:    In Camp  McKinney, adjoining tlie Fontenby Miner  al Claim on the east.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Heiirv Nicholson,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B41SS8, acting as ageul for W. A. McKay, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B41841. and J. H. McKenzie  Free Miner's Ceitificate No. B 41847, intend  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improve  ments for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above clai 111.  And further take notice that action, Uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 20th day of May, A. D., 1904.  HENRY NICHOLSON.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improveiaeat.  NOTICE.  "Anglo-Saxon'   "Deer Bell" and "Little Pete"  Mineral Claims,-situate in the Greenwood  Mining Division of Yale  District.     Where  located: Ou Saw or Baker Creek on or near  Anarchist Mountain.  TAKE   NOTICE  that  I. John  P.  McLeod,  Fiee Min.T's Certificate No. B 80240, acting as  agent for Thomas McDonnell,   Free   Miner's  Certificate No B 55381  and   Marv   A.    Desro-  siers,   Free  Miner's   Certificate  No.   B   S0158,  intend,      sixty       days      from       the      date  hereof,   to   apply   to    the    Mining   Recorder  for Certificates of Improvements for the pnrpose of obtaining Crown Grants to the above  claims.  And further take .notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced  before the issuance of sucli certificates of improvements.  Dated this 28th day of May, 1904.  J. P. M'LEOD.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  TOBOGGAN Mineral Claim, situate in ihe  Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District, Where located: At Hartford Junction.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson. Free Miner's Certificate No. B55250,  acting for self und as agent for Joseph Bassett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B55154, Harry L.  Morgan, Free Miner's Certificate No. B55290  aud James Newby, Free Miner's Certificate  No. B 74437, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorde  for a certificate of Improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining* crowngrant of the above  claim.  And  further take notice' that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this 10th. day of April, A. D.. 1901.  SYDNEY M. JOHNSON.  II   1  _  _0,S.,FLOYD.,Proprietor._    _  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  CANADIAN  . . . RAILWAY . . .  World's Fair L  Rates  GREENWOOD TO  ST.   LOUIS    S62.65  CHICAGO    67.75  TORONTO    90.00  MONTREAL      100.05  HALIFAX  124.45  NEW YORK  103.65  3 MONTHS LIMIT.  DATES OF SALE:  June 7, 16, 17. 18; July 1, 2, 3;   Aug.  8, 9, 10; September 5, 6. 7.  Low Excursion Fares  for all eastern points will also be  quoted going via Port Arthur all rail  or lake route returning same or via  Chicago and St. Louis.  For   full   particulars  apply   to local  agents.  E. R. REDPATH. Agent.  Greenwood.  E. J. COYLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A. Vancournr D.P.A,Nelson BOUNDARY   OREEK   TIMES.  -����<��-  Ulbat is Going on Htid Being Done by People lUbo  Tnbabit tbe Great Boundary Country,   c   ��   ��   c  c  James McGregor, inspector of mines  was in the district this week.  F. L. Underwood and \V. H. Thomas  of the B. C. Copper company returned  from Kamlcops last Friday and spent  the week at the company's mines and  smelter.  An order in council has been passed  approving the change ofthe name of  the Vernon & Nelson Telephone company to that of the British Columbia  Telephone company.  Duucan Mcintosh has returned from  from a brief visit to Chicago. He also  visited Indianapolis where he has a  broti-er who is pastor of one of the big  Presbyterian churches there.  A. W. Young has returned from a  visit to his old home in England.  Enroute back he visited the World's  Fair at St. Louis, and there met H. Ii.  Munroe and others well known in the  Boundary. /  Mrs. Geo. R. Naden and family left  on Saturday foi a visit to the old home  in Ontario. Mayor Naden accompanied them as far as Kootenay Landing,  returning home on Monday.  F. J. Dean, editor and proprietor of  the Daily News, Nelson, was in the  city on Tuesday last. Mr. Dean is  recovering from a severe attack of  sciatica, which confined him to the  hospital for several weeks.  H. G. Fisher returned on Saturday  from Toronto where he was called by  illness and subsequent death of his  aged father. Mi. Douthie of the Rossland branch of the Bank of Montreal  who was relieving Mr.   Fisher return-  ��� I  ed  home on   Monday accompanied by  Mrs. Durthie,  Robert Denzler one of the first prospectors in the Boundary is again in  the district after spending the winter  in California. Bob acquired a competency out of his mining ventures in  the Boundary but he still likes to return and see the boys. He was one of  the original owners of the Snowshoe  and other big properties  Mr. H. C. Shaw will givo her annual  bonfire and garden party in aid ofthe  funds of the Presbyterian church tonight. The citizens band will be in  attendance and a good programme  -will be carried-out;** This old- fashioned form of entertainment is sure to be  largely patronized.  The result of the recent high school  examination is announced. The foi  lowing successful pupils from the  Greenwood and vicinity: Greenwood  Centre���Greenwood, candidates 12, passed 2, Henry A. Simmons, 617; Lloyd  Hunter, 558, Midway, candidates 2,  passed 1, John S. Ferguson, 616.  Phoenix, candidates, 4, passed 2,  Elizabeth M. Gill, 588, P. Stanley  Graham. 625.  Thomas A. Garland has bonded the  Lead King claim southeast of town  for ��12,000. The Lead King adjoins  the Arlington and the Maple Leaf on  the north. Messrs. Petersen and  Lofstad have the latter claims under  bond and they are looking well.  Geo. B. McAttley a wealthy Spokane  mining man, well known in the Boundary, died recently in Scotland. Mr.  McAuley was one of }he largest shareholders in the Cariboo mine Camp McKinney. He also owned a half interest  in the Big Cspper, Copper camp, John  Moran being the other half owner. Mr'.  McAulay was recently married and  was on his honeymoon trip when death  came.    He was  about 50 years of age.  BARBARA SOLD  ������k��:-x-:-:-:-:~:��k��:-:-x-x-:��:-:~:":��<->  t x  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  4  4  4  X sary transfer made,  be remembered  thai  Last Tuesday the purchase price for the Barbara  mineral claim was wired  from Chicago and the neces-  It will  a   few  weeks ago,- Mr.   McPherson  and  other Chicagoans who  were   here    with    Richard  Armstrong secured an  option on the Barbara  to  chase     outright.     In  meantime a   crew   of  under W. H. Jeffrey, M. E.,  started to work'on the property aud the showing was  so promising that the money X  pur-  the  men  local columns requesting canditates  names to be sent in to the secretary of  carnival directors at once as we wish  to start the voting as soon as possible.  All names must be endorsed by flfic  secretary of some lodge society or  Club and will be considered their candidate.  PETER DONALDSON,  Secretary Grand Forks  Street Carnival.  Wanted���Furniture and cook stoves,  H. J. Clint.  RACKING PAIN IN THE JOINTS  Also every form of rheumatism,  neuralgia and sciatica are bestly cured  by Nerviline the quickest relief for  muscular qain yet discovered. Its  because Nerviline strikes in and penetrates right to the core of the pain that  it gives such unbonnding satisfaction.  "I caught cold in my shoulder while  driving and suffered great pain, writes  G. E. Dempsey of Berlin. I used  Nerviline freely and was soon quite  well. I have found Nerviline an excellent remedy for rheumatism and  neuralgia as well as for cold on the  chest. I recommv.nd Nerviline highly  and wouldn't be without it." Price  25c.    For sale at the Thomas Drug Co.  500  assoi  ted  rocking,  dining  and  kitchen chairs.  Just received.���A  L.  White,  New  and  2nd Han  d store.  was paid before the option X  X  :��:  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST ;    "  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood. 15. C.  expirrd. Mr. Jeffrey has en-  covered a strong vein of  high grade ore.  The owners of the Barbara were Geo. R. Naden,  G. Arthur Rendell and  Sydney M. Johnson. The  purchase price is in the  neighborhood of $10,000.  The Barbara is situated  within the corporate limits  4 of the city and runs down to  4 point on Copper street be-  ��!�� low the Kootenay hotel.  ���!��� The work has been done up  ���;���' the hill above the row of  residences ou Long Lake  street���^---,������-..���-,--.-,-.- ^.v���-.,  c���^M^���JMt^^*X4���t,,w~X',*w���'*I"^���^:���J,���^���J���,^���t������^���!���������,  GRAND FORKS CARNIVAL  Grand Forks, B. C, July 7.���(To  The Editor)���Dear Sir: I have no  doubt you have heard of the street  carnival we are promoting here Aug.  24, 25, 26, and 27th. We are soliciting  candidates from all the surrounding  towns to compete in the contest for  Queen of the Carnival, who will be  elected by popular vote. I would like  you  to please  make  mention   in your  GREENWOOD L0D6E I. 29  Meets every Wednesday evening  at 8:00 in the K. of P. Hall.  All Brothers welccme.  A. D. HAI,r,ETr, A. S. EMBREE,  k. of k. and S. c c  All the World Loves a Lover  ANB ALL L.0YBRS L.0VK L0VEL.Y  PERFHFIE:  IS have the finest and most varied assortment of fine  odors in this country in E. Pivers, Roger and Gallets,  Colgates, Grossmiths, Briedenbachs, Wampoles, and Sovereign  Co. Goods. . . . ANB THEY ARE FRESH,  50c, 75c, and $1.00 per Fluid Ounce.  WHY NOT BUY THE NEW GOODS ?  Thomas Drug Co.  If  you  are   in   need  of Underwear it  will pay you to look at our  stock.    As  ."a special we offer  DERBY RIBBED $1.50 a Suit  We carry a full range of  "BIGHORN"  Union Made Working Clothes  which speak for themselves.  In clothing we can give you the latest  cuts, or if you are hard to fit we can  take your measure for the Crown  Tailoring Co. of Toronto, who guarantee every grment sent out.  We also carry a full line of  Shoes, Hats, Shirts, Etc,  Russell-Law-Caulfield Co. Ltd.  Greenwood Liquor Go  Wholesale Dealers in  Choicest  Brands  of- Wines.  Liquors  Cig-ars.  Sole Boundary  Agents For  and ;_.  PABST jfc  Brewing^'  COMPANY'S  CELEBRATED  MILWAUKEE  LAGER  BEER  JAS. McCREATH, Prop.,   Greeenwood  Drink Iron Brew  The Ideal Drink  i ;  * ���.Palace Ooery:::!$fafeie.. 1  The Finest  Turnouts  in Boundarj  Crec  District.  Extra  9  9  9  Well  9  9  9  Fitted  9  9  9  For long  Drives.  9  9  9  9  9  �����  ������  Bannerinan $ Cewis..  Proprietors.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  | Our Phone Number is '-.----'   13. |  9 .*;*''.������ 9  99'��999999999999999999999999*99999999999999��99999ti9,l*99  .     ��� ��� I  |  CHEAPEST   WAI   I      PAPFR  B BEST  ����***- ~*m  �����: Elegant jew designs, patterns and colorings.    All zzi  5^ the latest "hits" in artistic effects.    Blank papers ^  j��: for kitchens,   etc.     Tapestries for dining-rooms r2  ��P and  bed-rooms;   ingrains -for  halls   and  sitting-  .. ^3  ��T rooms; gilts for.parlors, and all  sorts  of combin-' ��� ��� ^3  5~ ations in beautiful wall papers.    Prices begin   at * ~3  SZ. 15c and go up to $1.50 per double roll. ^3  S~ Don't think that j^ou must buy if you come in to ~3  jr look  at  these   Wall Papers.    We want  to show . ri  S^ them, to  everybod3r in  this  part  of the country, ^  ET whether they buy or not.    We want  them  to see ^3  ��~ what the newst, cheapest and'best papers'are.  <   '��� ~��  ����; Remember the place, and trade where your S does dou.ble duty. ^3  I SMITH & MCRAE |  ���^ Dealers in Stationery, Books, Kodaks,   Peridocals, Etc. ^3  *SX FREE, a booklet���Decorative Hints for the Dealer and Consumer. -^3  ^iaiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiijiiiiuuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiuiiiiaii

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