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 ���^-jr--^^*^^^  !T.'-V.*Ti'M--!t* .iii*^W,.V-fl3]P���  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD,,B. C. FRIDAY, JANUARY 8.   1904.  Co. 19  I  f  1  s I  1!  CO/WF-AA/f. LTD,  January Remnant Sale  We are making this a: month of many bargains,  Besides remnants in a number of desirable lines,  we offer all winter goods at greatly reduced prices  EIDERDOWN  TOW��UNG  B/WBROIDERY  LI/VENS  GINGHAMS  FLAN/VELETTE  CRETONNE  PRINTS  Big snaps in this Department,  carried over, Real Sable and other  and below  cost,  Nothing   will   be  high class Furs at  THE  BIG   STORE  ANOTHER  STRIKE  The  Elkhorn  Uncovers  Rich Ledge  a  ���?���--.������ ��� -<.;���  x  x  'i  'i  'i  ?  ��  f  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  COMPANY,   LIMITED  01 $1101 HE I  Don Pedro Strikes High Grade Ore-  Other Mining Notes  While drifting- on the Elkhorn Monday the richest ledge of high grade ore  ever, uncovered in Canada was struck.  Specimens arc oii exhibit in P..George's  window and at the Arlington hotel.  The specimens weigh from 50 to 200  pounds, arid carry gold and silver  values of over $3.50 a pound. This  recent strike means that the Elkhorn  mine is classed amongst the best of  them in America, and also means a  great deal to the Boundless Boundary.  Is it any wonder that Phil Macdonald  and James Sutherland, the owners,  commenced the New Year looking  happy and prosperous.  Don Pedro Looks Good  At a depth of 30 feet on the Don  Pedro, in Providence camp.* rich high  grade ore was struck this week. The  work thus far done proves that the  Chicago and B. C. Miuing company  has a good thing, and before long the  Don. Pedro will be another, Boundary  shipper. H. H. Shallenberger, tlie  manager, is elated over the strike.  ODD FELLOWS  THROWING STONES  . . . ..   Ksffftizz. f^ I   ��� ��� ���. ��� ......  Stock Taking  Sale  To lower our stock for stock taking' we an- still  selling goods Rjjgakd!i!ss ov Cost. Our.em ire  stock of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Underwear, etc.,  thust be sold ��� to ' make, room for IScw Goods,  which are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of bur Mew Union Made Macki-  naws. which can't be beat.  Ladies Shoes and-Rubbers at  to close them out.  your  own   price  | TELEPHONE   25  1  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ��  4  4  X  X  X  X  X  X  X  ?  i  x  X  .        A Poplar Claim  W. Barber, who went in with the  rush' last spring to' Poplar, and located  claims on Tenderfoot creek, has been  in. town for the past month. Billy-  Fays Poplar is alright, and Tenderfoot's richness will surprise the world  this year. On one of his claims, the  White Rose, he has a big ledge, and will  return in the spring and work the property all summer.  From the Waste Dump  Silver, 57;+.       ���  Gold, the same old thing.  -rill  .1  ���': ' *:��-.  }j:v... .  |   ...  I  i   -  I  Copper, lirm, $12.37<a$13.*7S.  Tlie Athelstan now employ  .30 men.  The Emma mine. is sending out  10  cars of ore daily.  Everything points to an era of prosperity for the Boundary during this  year.  The silver-lead production of the  Coeur d' Alene district for 1903 is estimated at $11,200,000.  The Wardner syndicate has just  closed a deal for the purchase of the  Waterloo group in Fire Valley district  for $20,000.  The zinc product of Saudoti is becoming one of its great sources of revenue,  and is attracting attention from the  users of the metal the world over.  Kaslo is bound to have a smelter.  The city will grant a bonus of $50,000  and 10 years exemption from taxation  to the Canadian Smelting compauy if  they will erect a smelter in that  town.  Joint Installation at   Phoenix   Last  Monday Nijrht  A joint installation was held at  Phoenix on December 4Ui ...f Kounda.iy  Valley lodge, No. 38, Greenwood; Gateway lodge, No. 45, Grand ForKs, and  Sn..w��,h.ie lodge, No. 4b, Phoenix. The  D D. G. M.. Bro. I). Whiteside, accompanied by the following grand officers,  P. G., Bro. Marcus Martin, grand marshal; P. G., Bio. W. li. B. Fleming,  grand warden; P. G., Bro. D. D.  Milurbc, grand secretary,", and P. G.,  Bro/ H B. Munroe, grand treasurer,  after being received with the usual  honors, the following brothers were  installed for the new term:     .  Uouridary Valley Lodge: N.G.,. E  Foyle Smith; V.G..G. R. Naden; R.S.,  Fred B Holmes; F.S., C B Taylor;  Trcis., W G Harvey; Condt., .1. Mc-  Civath; I. G., W Elson; O. G., T M:  Gulley; K.S.N.G., Frank Spearing;  L.S.N.G.. Harry Coults; R.S.V.G.,  S M Johnson; L.S V .G., James Hickey;  K.S.S., A Hansou; L.S.S., H. H. Huff;  Organist, BYeti U Holmes.  Snow-shoe Lodge: N.G., W S Cook;  V.G., A Milkie; R.S., G R Mead; F.S.,  A S Williamson; Txeas., D Murray;  Warden, R Silverthorne: Condt., T  Johnson; I.G., F McDougal; O.G., J  McCugue; R. S. N. G., VV Hannah;  L.S.N.G., Chas McCague; R.S.V.G.,  JXainpbell; L.S.V G., JKayes; R.S.S.,  J'Hannah; L.S.S., W McMillan.  Gateway Lodge:" " N. G., T R  Powers; V.G., Fred Kennedy; R.S.,  A. B -Hall; .10.S., W R Bower; Treasurer, George Wighton; Warden,  J Donaldson; Condt., L Crosson; I.G.,  R Fieche; O.G., G McCabe; R.S. N.G.,  F Downey; L.S.N.G., V Monroe;  R.3.V.G., Geo Chappie; L.S.V.G., H  Lutley; R.S.S , L Vaughan; L.S.S..  Geo Massey; chaplain, A  L Clements.'  After declaring the officers elected  the brothers, 100 iu number, assembled  at the Knob Hill hotel, where a sumptuous repast was served by Mrs. Mc-.  Elveyv.- One cannot praise too highly  the,way in which the. supper was arranged. , Everthiug in season aiid "the  best of home cooking. After, a brief  sketch of the order's work, a few  figures, which are given below, a very  pleasanicv.e.iiing was spent in* songs,  speeches, etc.:  The order has a membership of  1,500,000. For the last year it has paid  out in benefits $3,893,220.03, and from  1830 to 1902 $90,408,525.32; its members  and lodyes are scattered the world  over; the order has a large number of  orphanages and homes; it not only  provides for its members, but llieir  widows and orphans are provided for,  "atiti^ th^ii^wallf'of'lif e"careful ly^ancl  tenderly watched over by the brothers.  The teachings of Oddfellowship are  high and noble. As brothers they  meet ou one comtiion level���the high  and the low, rich and poor���all stand  on a equal. They believe in Christianity, not only from its theoretical  standpoint-, but, the practicable part  also. The creed of Oddfellowship may  be summed up as "Pure religion and  uudefiled before: God aril the Father.  To visit the fatherless and widow in  their affliction, and keep oneself unspotted from the world.  The  Grand Old Game   Now  in Full  Blast at the Rink  The roarin'game is being indulged  in with great enthusiasm this winter.  The ice has been in splendid'condition.  One game yet remains to be played in  the President.vs. Vice-President series.  The president has a good lead and will  probably come out victorious. Another  series of games have been arranged,  which will probably take the whole  season to complete. So far the games  iu this contest have resulted as follows:  Johnstone 9, Birnie 4; McMynn 12,  Frith 11; Humphrey 14, Bishop 7; Dill  12, Warren 6; Merritt 15, Gordon 8; De-  Veber 15, Russell 8; Bishop 16, Birnie  9; Dill 11, Frith* 9; Johnstone 12, McDonald 7; Gordon 12, Warren 16; De-  Veber 7, Merritt 16; Dill 9, McDonald  8; Shaw 15, DeVeber 14; Johnstone 17,  Frith 8; Gordon 5, iriiie 10;'Merritt 9,  RussellO.  On Saturday last three rinks went  to Phoenix to play a friendly game,  and succeeded in winning two game-  of the three and by seven points iu ihe  total score. The following' composed  the rinks :        ���.*���������.  GREENWDOU  O'Brien  Cookson  McMynn  Birnie, skip 11  O'Brien  Birnie  Cooktioti  McMynn,ship. .16  Keith  George ,  McCrcatli  Frith, skiu     14  .41  l-HOK.NI.\  Fveev's  :  SlacU  Ruiut>er*u'ci-  Crawforil, skip 12  Thornburn  Flood ,.  Smith  Boucher, ski|>.........10  Porter  Smith  Motrin  McNiclioli skip .... 12  34  Phoenix is playing a return match  here tonight. "'Soop'er up, boys; she  looks good to'tiic.":  <KK>CK>000<XXK)060<KKK>0<>000<>(>  CITY ELECTIONS  A GOOD  SHOWING  Product of Mine and Forest  Valued at $21,600,000  i  X  4  4  Men's Heavy Ulster  Coats, ro^uhir price  $10; special for $5.50.  Men's Waterpruof Over  Sackb, re.y'ii'ai' price  $20; special for SI 5.  *<&l-*4<">t">>>>&>'>'Z~>M^  A Hot Air Wrestler  G. C. McLaughlin, who was  thrown  two weeks ago by Mike O'Neil, a bridge  carpenter, is in   Spokane  pouring   hot  air into the press reporters.    He registered from Poplar, B.C., where he says  he has claims that are fabulously rich.  He told the reporters he was  the only  wrestler in the  west,  having thrown  the best of them in Montana, Utah and  Washington, but did not mention that  a laboring man without  any   training  threw him  in  Greenwood.    Mack,  no  doubt,   is   a  good   wrestler���with  his  mouth���but when it comes to a contest  of skill he's not iu il with   a   man   like  O'Neil.      While    McLaughlin  was in  Greenwood he was   idolized   by   a   few  sports who never saw a wrestler before.  They were willing to bet auythiug from  five cents up, principally   the   five,  on  Mack, but after   O'Neil   gave  him   his  ncedings these sports have been going  around   saying   that   Mack   threw  the  match.      McLaughliu   never .-.aw  the  day lie could throw O'Neil.   nor  never  will.    Instead  of following wrestling  McLaughlin   ought    to   be    digging  clams on the tide Hats at Muckiltco.  Hospital  Gifts  The Sisters of the Koinan Catholic  Hospital desire to thank all those who  so generously contributed to make the  inmates of the hospital happy on  Christinas day, and also wish to thank  the many kind friends who contributed  reading matter, flowers, etc., during  the past year. The Christmas con  tributors were: Rev J Bedard, Rev.  W Robins, Dr Foster, DrOppenheimer,  Dr and Mrs Spankie, Mr and Mrs G  Dougherty, Mr and Mrs Thos Walsh,  Mr and Mrs W Simpson, Mr and Mrs  C /K Shaw, C H King, Mrs Peterson,  Mrs C Atwood, Grand Forks, Mrs VV  Doyle, Phoenix, James Sullivan,  Phoenix, PBurnsCo, Hunter-Kendrick  Co, Russell-Law-Caultield Co, J L  White, Central Dairy Co., Greenwood  Curling Club.  Tavernkeepers' Ticket the Only  One Slated  The civic nominations will be  pulled oir next Monday. , So far  apparently, very little .interest  has been taken, but iher,s"ar*\*oii-  keepers have been working hard  behind the dummy, and it is  said will nominate ; the foi  lowing ticket:-; Mayor, D. A.  Bannerman; . aldermen, north  ward, David Manchester, A.  Sater, and F. H. Parker:  south ward, J. W. Nelson, H.  B. Madden and Evan Parry.  A good platform for this ticket  would bt: Abolition of the  . liquor license.     '  If this ticket is elected it will  mean a change iu business all  around Bob Doiinigau , is to  succeed police magistrate Hallett. Fred Munn is slated as  oueof the police commissioners.  For license commissioners the  , cjiuicil will recommend the  government to appoint Billy.  Simpson or Tommy Walsh, the  othet to be selected from the  council will probably fall to II.  B. Madden. The.officeof chief  of police is to be abolished, but  5 in  all  probability   a   new office  ��    will   be   created,   that   of <in  0    spector   of   pcf  stock,   which  6 will go to Tom Pieckart. 6  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Business About the Same as in 1902  But on Better Basis  The year 1903 was a fairly gooa one.  viewed from a business standpoint  The volume of business was about thi-  same as in 1902, but it was ou a better  basis. The output of the mines was  supplemented by the product of sawmills, and the output of the two in-  dustries was an increase over that of  1902. The figures below can be accepted as a fair approximate of the  value of the output of the mines and  forests of the province for year 1903:  Kosslaud   mines,  gold   and  copper .......:..; S +,000,000  Boundary   mines,  gold  aud  copper .....*.... :     3,000,000  Sloean mines, silver and lead    1,000,000  Nelson mines, gold, silver,  lead and copper        -400,000  Lardeau   and    Trout    Lake  mines, gold, silver, lead :       200,000  East Kootenay mines, silver  and lead..         100,000  Cariboo and Lillooet mines,  '    gold .;        200,000  Atlin mines, gold ..' '..    1,000,000  Vancouverlslanr". mines,gold  and copper....  500,000  Yale district mines, gold        200,000  . Sl0,W)0,OOC  mines,  coal  S 2,000,000  3,000,000  is 5.000,000  Total   East Kootenay  and coke,...:.  Vancouver Island-mi ucs, coal  and coke .:      ....'. :  Total..   Kootenay aud Yale,  lumber  and shingles. S 2,0'H),00i;  Lower mainland, lumber and  shingles      2,500,00'.  Vancouver Island,  lumber       l,000.OOC  Total ? 5,500,000  The Province, iron ore, lime  rock,  building stone..... . S     500,000  Grand total  ... S21,(.00,000  STONED^  Everybody Danced  One of the best dances ever held in  Greenwood was pulled off New- Year's  night by the Knights of Pythias in the  Masonic hall. Over 75 couples were in  attendance, aud all thoroly enjoyed  themselves. The music was splendid.  The hall was tastefully dccoraU-d for  the occasion, and the committee in  charge made strangers feel at home.  Quite a number of Knights from Eholt  and Phoenix were present.  John Humphrey Gets It Before Leavim.  for the Gopher Belt  John Humphrey, who has been book  keeper in P.Burns &  Co's  meat emporium for  the  past   four years,  hits  been   promoted   to   the   head ollice at  Calgary and left for that point  yesterday.    John is one of  those good  boyi-  you read about in Sunday schoo  book:-  but   seldom   meet, and   his   departure  means that the citv loses a good eitizci.  and society generalij an A one fellow*.  It was Mr. Humphrey  who  practically  organized    the    Greenwood     Cnrlinr.  Club, and it is the result   of  his  work  that enthusiasts are  birlin'the  stance  today.    At the  rink   Wednesday'tiighr  he was called before the "T'' by  prcsi  dent H  C. Shaw aud presented   with ..  pair of curling stones from   the   men*  bers of the Greenwood club.    John fe- .  like skipping abut that time,  but  in _  neat speech, thanked the member* an  wished   the   club' every success    thi  season.  Defeated by Phoenix  The Grccnwuod intermediate hockey-  team ^vas defea.lfd at Phoenix New  Year's night by '���> tu b. The attendance at the rink was small, two ladies,  five boys, live men and Charley  Russell's dog. The Greenwood boys  were lighter than their opponents, but  not quite as light as a Pioneer editorial. They had the Phoenix team  going when lime 'was called, ten  minutes short, and had thcuame lasted  full time would have won out. A return match will be played in Greenwood shortly, when the home team intends lo pile it all over the dinner^  bucket club.  What Next?   ;  Ex-lieu tenant-governor Mackintosh  was nominated at Nelson Wednesday  by the tories lo coulest Kootenay district for the dominion house. Ma<.'k  stands no more show of getting  elected than Ooes Jack Lucy's dog.  Instead of trying to get hitn into the  dominion house his friends ouuii' to  try and get him into the < lid Man's  Home at Kamloops.  Latest War Whoops  Bt ^Vlrc^e^���5 to l'h�� Time-.  ToKin. January S. Russia h.i- decided to accept Japan's proposals, and  Russia has decided not accept Japan's  proposals. The situation is the same  as il was two years and nine u'ontiis  ago; alt ho Japan and Russia may make  a   killing   at   any   moment.    This   is  ��� official.  Frith-Flesher  Walter   M. Frith,  of  Coles & Kritl  and Miss Lottie Huberta Flesher wet  united iu marriage at high  noon   Wco  nesday by   the  Rev. W.   Robins.    Tl*.  ceremony took place -it   the   Episcop;  church,   the   edifice    being   decorate *  with flowers and greenery.    The brie-.  looked -.'harming in a navy blue trave.  iug suit with white chilfou   triininini:  and large blue   picture   hat.    Sin*   w.-i ���  attended   by   her   little    niece,     Mi>  Huberta  Shaw, who looked very swet-  in    white   Nun's    veiling.     Fulk/wir,  the   ceremony   the bridal   party   wc;:  entertained al the residence  of  0. .V  j Shaw,   where   -i     delightful    weddin  I breakfast was servi-d.    Tin*   bride w;.  the recipient of a hirge nnmbi-i* -if v;iit  able presents from the many friends o  both.    The happy couple   left   on    tl-..  2:30 train    fur   Spokane.    After  thru  return   tu  Greenwood    Mr.   and    Mi  Frith will occupy a residence on   Lot  Lake street.    The   Times   jwins  tin-  j many friends in congratulations.  'i^mm-ms THE    h-UUNDARv   CRKKK    TI.M.CJ  ==-.   *        *p  ^\m\\ymmwmmm^  mA  TO  New Year  ALL  ���f^fHl)*  j Xhe New JPEPDNDENT MEAT MfflET J  ��feir'   ^ The Union Meat Company |  FitiuuiiuautiiiiUUiuiiiiiiiiiiimuuuiiiiiiUUiiiUiiuiuiiijK  Tlte    people    o!     the.    United  l.l ai.es. , thanks   to   ..their   \'prtos-  lK,*r itr-oro'ciucitio','. rliife-b   r'talriff,  b.l\ e had .to  eco.nmiiize'i iu   tlieir  o ���.peases: .-tvud'^re?] >i^dyle\mJ'a've  '<:��� ���'.-::'iiiouii.:,c*- Miey naturally beyin  v.-itLi    their   s*unusc:n..enls.      Hur-  Pc-r'3 Weekly is authority   for the  s'-atement that since   the   begin-  'nia'fr'ol' Ihe theatrical season  no '  less than ISO companies have had '  to disband,   and 3000 actors "are  out of employment.    'But' here in  low tariff Can ad?, people are not  retrench in g any of their 'expenditures upon   amusements1 or  anything else.  iKKKKHXJOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCCOOO  ||'^  A PIPE ,a,,, ��  n   # CINCH  %  Mut 3 lead  nipe cincli:   but  *���'e .have  a  . .--.ris,-,.-!.-'  cincli   on  snidkcrs'   ulcus us   m ^GCecii-  ���\vood camp.   We carry e���.-r>* '-:!nrl. '.row  the Ultjii-pricttd Meerchaur.i  to the Iot  priced clay dab.,   Also the tines' '<*---  of    Smoking   and   Clie-vi'i*.'   Tooaccos.  JTIME NEW  Boundary Creek Ties  Issued GverVifridaV *.i  ���a1 -< ���<      ���' j���: ������*' : ���;.*���' \ h.A-i    J, ���������'���:"  UnNCAN Ross..:... :.'-:.:...... Manaoiko Eihiok.  ;.-:.)  I *.*���,.���     .     ,VM-*<    . i    ,!  .SUISSCKII'T10>'S IN  ADVANCE.  I'kk   Ykak     ..     2'."'.  Six'Months -..'..'......'."'.'....' '���'.    ���'.  1 ��>'  To   FoKKltit.'   CotJNTKlKS _..i.' .....*.*.   2.*  (\ lMION"(fjfct'')LABEL>  FRIDAY.   JANUARY S.   11)04.  Canada wants no Ding-Icy tariff..  Let everyone in the Boundary  pull together to make. 1904 the  banner, year, for this district.u :.  The Provincial,Mining ;Associr.  :ition needs money. That's  nothing.   "So does the Times.  ;,,,*.*  This being leap year-Miss1  Canada, is going to , propose'to  Wilfrid to make it one term more.  The local Vancouver executive  of the Provincial Mining Association, "being assessed too' heavi.lv  bv the/.gpueral. executive. , have  resigned, in ;i body. The poor  Vanconverites are to be .pitied".1 ���''  ��� The R C. Mining Review published in Londori, across the frog  pond, contains the , following, ,ou  intelligent,;,Englishmen:n    One  !  ���staff  In celebrating Christmas> ,the  Americans* lake the" cake.- * : A  Salt L,ake barber murdered his  wife oil'Christmas morning aiid  left his two-year-old child in.*bed  with : the. body for three.days  without food.  ' ";The war department at Washr*  ington is shooting off its face  these"'days' because Canada has,  decided to place au armored;  cruiser on' the great lakes. Utifcle  Psalm can. go plumb to, etc., a.sf  far as'Canada is concerned.-  dajy.: this -week  one  of ��� our  ca'lled   at 'the -London''office of a'  steamship     company    ostensibly  . I        .    * ���   V*: .*.       ���*:!���'"' I *"���       l-:*.i.l *:-    ���'���*."������* *  trading with ^Canada,.-.aiid .inquired .which,; Canadian, port, they  intended to favor this winter. To  hip surprise, he was" i ti formed by  the secretarv that their 'line 'was  ;*1   I -*     ���' .      *,,       '       A.   A. I    .     ,,'      >'    ,>;���*:..���  running",to.a Umte^' States; port,  as! all Canadian ,por,ts: are. icebound ; in-winter.'.; This is ��� a  ���typical case rif the ��� gross * ignor-;  'ahce'about/ Canada obtaining' in  *!���������������,.*   i > !      .*������,    .*.     ���'.'   ''���'���'  i U'     ���"'* ���  many eommercia 1.circles, rn .Lon-  .11. j , <**���!���* ' ���   . - *    ���' * *'.   ������-:���������   .���:������*���:���>�����������  don. but we sea redely s expected,, to  ���find ;it in.a shipping office.   *!      "  CICJ^RS  TO  1 Fu.\   ltnc  ol    the   'best   Imported   nnd  ; Domestic Clintrs.    Try 'fin  before  thev  gOj.no :itt>; smohe.;    \Ve    ilo   not   cirry  snipl<eless*ci)fiirs.�� llroo  in  und  see its.  i  1 n j ?j   ?,  /"   Smokers* Outfitters  iGbppKk?S'T;-,"<l-i- GREENWOOD ;  c^rKKK>0-0O<>O<><><>0rC><>0<>0<><>O;C>OC>  ���! j ���������=^U��s.-S     liifii'-  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  I HAVING ADOEIJ A  igfll"        MiwMmM  jTo my Plumbing.Ssta'oiisliment  !    am prorjaret. to do all kinds of  !*->'i-;'   ���'TIN^Mll'HiNG-AT5"'   -'"''���'^  i SHORTEST NOTICE.   .,.,  ! .-i'JtOn    j!! I.'!(!���!     i.'ll-*--  curuace   Crates  and   Stove   Repairs  E W���BISHOP,  1'riie  : Most' "Complete "^tock' 'in*'  ]   ,;.,i: ���!���������    the Boundary. ������������<��� ������<>������<���������>  I      Phnne38   ���  Naden-Floud Block;     '  !   *   .    ���      , ���,   ���  0000060^0000000000000600000'  0- S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  PURE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to anv part  of the citv.  Sp|kne Falls & Sortuern Railway Co,  Nllson &;.Foit Sheppard Railway Co.  I Redlonntai'LMky .Co.  .,,  I |Va|ftc^^Ry.i;N|Cf  l|f ' * v ^ -S     -  'Xh'eonly all rail route between points  east,_west and spnth to Kossland Nelson, Grand Forks "and"Reputi'lic'.' Coii-  he<!ts at Spokane with the Great Nor-  lliern, .Nbrthern'iPacificVatid ,p. R; &.  N.M Co), fjor' .points east,'11'w^i't 1;Sn'd  south'^c'ojnnects at Rossi and J aiid ^Neti  soii'wft'h''Jtff^Ca'iiadinti PUcific'Ry." " ''"  Connects at   Nelson   with   the K. R.  " N. Co., K.msIo ancj K.  &.S.  points,  ectg  a t'*Cur lew 'with' sta:g:e for  Greenwood and;Mid.wa3',B.:C. :      .    .;  Buffet   caV*s:rii'n  on^'trains between1  Spokane and Republic.    . \     ,,  ' I 1*:*>'j.***.rQ j:*:;;.m.-*.**. *;��� -'1 :���-. :v-tt{  Effective Nov, 22. 1902-  and N. <  H,(,|onii��  Finest Rooms in City  HEATED   BY   STEAM  This house is run ujion cosmopolitan  principles, and the prospector with his  pack is just as welcome as the millionaire with his roll. The bar is stocked  with the best the distilleries   pj-odticei  fj��d M. Muni^^r^p^iloE  When^in !NmtS@M  arov at thi-;  Even moons swear off. Neix't  month there will not be a full  moon. 'Phis only happens once  in nineteen ve:trs.  The, citv of Greenwood should,  own and operate an electric light  plant. It would be a paving investment f:r the city.  -The Nelson Tribune says that  ex-governor Mackintosh oi' Rossland will get the nomination "'''for  Koptena3r district if he will .accent  it. ' He might gel the nomination,  biit will never be: elected.; .-Mack  isn't>even .deuce highin Kpotenay  district.  ��� *) '����� I ���  A 5U-slory skyscraper is planned  in New York. This is two stories  higher than the one contemplated  by the Times this year.  , )fj,6hn Alexander Dowie, the  Prophet, says he isn't the sot?., of  his father, but the elder ^Dowie  insists that he is the father of 'Hiis;  soti.l'- How  in    Ihe world 'is "tlie  What   the  city   of  Greenwood  needs this year is   a  mayor   with  brains and an euergetic and  srrcssive board of aldermen.  pro-  The provincial house will reassemble next Monday. Fellow  pilgrims, let us pray that something will be done for this fair  province.  X        . . e      ���  public to decide a dispute, of. this  1 sjt      . I .. ������ I *l -   *  chaijactei] ?   .Betted..put   111 -yowr  tihi^liguritig on Ann's age.:: '     ,;  i !6    >**"'* * *���*���**       J;:"*'   l,:   . I-. '������''.. .,.������..- .  ��� 'ilpn. A. CJ. Blair has been appointed chairman of the railway  commission. As the Tories'have  beqn_ hailing him���lately���,-as^tlie.  greatest railway expert in...the.  world, they will doubt less, be de-  lighted to see Andy appointed to  the chairmanship of the railway  commissioti.  ���"���   The   'British 'goveriimeut   has  s .* , i    :' !l*iF.-'J ������������!' ������!.!! ���  '.T,*1!**,       /' '* .*'*     '  jip'p.oiiited, a,commission to,inquir,e,  into. the ;alleged: -physical deterioration, of the* working class.  The subject was brought*'up1'in  ���parliament'"'oti'' the' statement 'of.  the secretary of the board ,o�� edu^.  ca|ipi.i.,'iAvh.ici'iiide,clares.th:at;6.0,<000  children " now---! ^attending >' the  scl'iools- are pl.iysibally!'iiTifit;''iTHe  director'of th","atmy medical ' serr  j *.)..-|i,..l*,'      '. 1      ..; s   ..-A. ,.t . : ; -I;*,--**-* !  ^;iccjfeppr.ts..that one(0.ut,,qJ' eyery-  tfifce .offered j ...recruits is .unfit, ���,  yetthe-standard has-been lowered  tjiere several;!time's -irj *50!yearSl'  1'jisii flic ten t' food,'' h'ai 'd';' wprli and (  miserable .lodgings arehaying.the,  ejt'pct.of dwarfing,the,man. . ��� The  lieiiple produce enough, but it- is  taken from them to'Support the'  libbility and''the capitalist'' class,"  c^k^'^"^^-^"^^^^-"^^;'^^  .*:it!'.!'        !���  % j and the  !iBE��t*  lo .)"������.����  .fl!.*. \A  ���������{���������III,  Leavij   '9-is a. m.  lOt^S a. m.  7-.Q0 a. ni.  11:00 a. m.  !j;.  .,?i\5 a. in.  I  Spokane  Rossland  Nelson  (Millers, Grand  Forks)  Republic   Akriv.e  5:45 p. 111.  5:10,p.. m.  8:00ip4 triv  . 4:00 p. tn"  5:40 p. iii;  UK  H. A. JACKSON, [r i!  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane. Wash  C/VNADIJVN  0.i;;;pjai^M;mm  RAILWAY .  The new'.manager B. Tomkins  liaS'iiiade it'th^ 'le?adihg': hotel of  fthe;KQotenays. ij^v.Ho ;;>>-   - .MEHBllAL-AOT.r��-���-���  Certificate of Improvement.  ������������.���?"-% ���  r rNOTICli.  k     .*'���;��� '  '-"'��� ':r- ,'-"i*'' J I ''X  Gemi Big* Bend- anrt-Moreiia Fractional mineral claims, si.ui.ite in.the Greenwood Min-  I a; ing*! DivisionVoff Yalo, District.   Where, lo-  ��".' cated flti Slcyl.irkX'iiinp.  TAKK'NOTIcV,, that 1, 1-sac- H. Hallett,  ITreeMiiier's'tCertificaleNo. B80140. for myself,  and asaeeiitii fo'rJ,Geoi*(;e R. Naden, Free Miner's Certificate No. B41055, and Edmund H.  ;Morllmer; Free^Mlner's Certificate No. B80224.  tiiite'ii'd', i sixty *-*. jHays.' from the date  hereof,' toS apply * lo Hie Mininpr Kncorder  for Certificates,o(. Iiiitinivetnenls tor Ihe pnr-  nose '<Sf'b6taiiilii(C-.Cr(iiviijGcai'jt�� to ihe above  clainisV ' r-"\ '-   ���������.V.-'Ma^,-/  And further take  notice..that actions, under  iscclion 37, niust l)"c commeuced  before the is-  ;suaiiccbf,sucli certUicalc3.6f!improvenients.  Dated tltis lOth dav of December, 1903.  T ^'/'"'-.' '"'"' ' i';;Vr'''>     '��� H' HALLETr.  Vf;.v,i    I'.;"..? 7i.h. J'*   Hon. James Sutherland, mitiisr  ter of public works, says that  Port; Simpson has been definitely  decided upon as the ���Pacific  terminus of the ueu- transcontinental road. .1 im speaks confidently of the satisfactory prosecution of the Grand Trunk  Pacific scheme.  J oil 11   Houston  Nelson   iu-  Wouldn't this burn you '( There  were nearly seven billion cigars  and over three billion cigarettes  used by the American people  last year.  General manager Charles M.  Hayes oi the Grand Trunk railway says: "The Grand Trunk  Pacific will certainly be built."  Thai settles it now.  King Alfonso of Spain is tu be  married In his cousin. Il would  1)0 better for all conccnied.il' the  kid king, instead of getting  married, would go off some- It is not generally Tviiown that  where and die. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier,   premier  of  Canada aud leader of   the.liberal  he Seattle Times is   nothing  party, is entitled  to a   ittedal   for  if not  enterprising.     Last   Tues-  his services lu his coimti y during  day it published the r.ews  <>f the.  the Fenian raid, when  h e  shoul  massacre of the Jews by Russians j dered arms in the Arthab;askavillc  Un:  volunteers.       Sir     Wilfrid    has  shown   in   many   practical forms  ^JJigBill Galliher, AL>P;v is to  lielcongratulated on the'success  ohliis 'dfforts ih having.'justice  d;ohc to (he men,who were,beaten  out,of tlieir. wages on ,the:Lardeau^  railway. He;took;up the case of  the meii employed on the road  ���who lost their wages byl'th'e"fail-'  jare-=of-^the-rcontractors.iTr^Mr.i  Galliher contended that, as the  dominion. government.: subsidized  tlie line, it was their duty to protect the incn employed oh it:  The; government endorsed Mr.".  (JJaitiher's.,view,'and took steps to  give effect,to ,it.;, .The-C: P. K.*  opposed it tooth* and nail, employing the best legal ''talent.'-'But  Mr."'Galliher' won' out,, and the  jjovermiicut will, pay the wage,s  ami stop the. amount frotn;; the  subsidy to the company.   '���������  Just Received���1 ron  s\jBed^ j4Spging^;,?Mati'v>^  ,, .passesVi ,,  Kitchen,  ,,. Dining: and.Rockiing,;,,  .   Chairs. : A-fine line  of    'Groeker}^' 'and  ;M,:G-lass5warc;' Liiiipsr'^  ',: Cutlery,Iind, 'PIated,%  Ware.ii,.,!: ,i?  .,i  Razors, Pocket Knives,  Scissors .-andnGarv-  ing- Sets-.  Hot and Goal Stoves.  ���a��t  We buy-'what*.you   have- $  "   ' to ke 11 arid sell what %  ?. vou liave to buy.        *  '*������'  I ;ti7* :.,w..'-'.::- -:  -A>-  --..*.*::���,    . *   *.*'���:   *-��� X  ,*2* ;   ...     n   '.   . ���  "   *'*  ^* ; -M-: vti!   ;t���'�����>���������    '-���< ������   -/���:- !:\- "Ml'   iM   'V^.  JjA-.L. WHITE .&.CQ.  % ! Next to National Hotel  tends, after the: legislature adjourns, to leave Nelson for good.  Mr. Houston has done more for  Nelson and the Kooleoa y country  than any 417 men in it.The people  of Nelson and district will realize  that they lost a true llriend when  he <|iiits the camp.  Sore and swollen jointKisliarp.'shoot-  inp pains, torturing* muscles, no rest,  do sleep -that means , rheumatism. -It  is a stubborn disease lo fight, but  Chamberlain's Pain Balm has conquer-,  ed it thousands of times.. One application, jri.ves relief.' Try it. J. 1/  White Greenwood and A. P. Thomas  Midway sell it.  ,  :i    ;-'*'?*r nsn"&. af~% f^pl^ ^**a .'  Montreal, Windsor mJLM.  ,    ,    1^1^��eT��o��-S���wi-1*T''*'-,''*'-:',"'**''^>1_-*Jf'''-'1"-'"'v- :*������'  '" .    "  intermediate points.  ; Cbrresp'ohding' ' reductions    to     all  points in Q.uebec','Ne"w Brunswick and  N6va Sgfo&fU 11111 I?     p     .  ' -''���     *! ', K    " r   ->  V ft -< ^' ���'���', ���    -���    :"'���'*  , TJCKfeTS'v^'ili* behold 'JFrom-'all sta-  t'toos in Kootenay to abo* e territory at  tcortesponding rates.    -:'j, "4, "*\ :1\\i\ V \  v t " ~ "  .., Epr complete information and further particulais  apply to local agents^.or  ': i'"-'l' ,  ���  -  ��    \ K*-  JB. R. REDPATH, Agent, ���  ���v    5^' |Qre.ettw,6od.' (     ;-"    '  Certificate oflmprovements j  .._., .NOTlCB.__(__ __ .^ |  '���Caledonia" aiid -'Gold Dollar Fractional" i  mineral claims, situate in  the Greenwood Mill- j  ing Division of Yale District.    Where located : i  OniHorse-Blibe Mountain, Main  Kettle River. |  TAKE NOTICE thnt we   Alex. "Waddell, E. S  Sullivan  and M.   McMvnn.   Free Miner's Cer. f  ititioate   NOKijB80,266l  I180.2t.Sj;*andi)B80.182 re-  sjicctivelv,' intend,  sixtv days   from  tlie   date }..  hereof   to), appljiito'ji'tlic  .Muiinc ^Recorder. \  'for'Certilicates ot'itiipioveiitcrit's  for" the pur- |  ooseof obtainiuir Crown Grants of the above i  claims.                            ,ho0    V/-H:^,l     t>O.H i  Ar.d  further take notice that actions, under j  sectiotu37,l.niust,.hc��conimcnc,cct..belor.e.Uje.,is- ;  suance. of such Certificates of Improvements. |  Dated this 7th day of September, A.D,,, W03. |  E. j. COYLE,  J. S. CATER,  ' A.G P.A., Vancouver  D.P. A. Nelson  FOR SALE  ���MK<K��:~Mr:v*:*-?>rKS"K^  Cobaccos,  fAAJf-'  iKmineral'a\-el?,^* *m.   J  ,. ..,Certificate..btltoproyement;^  ."������'..       ; -:NOTICB.-:--��...-j .My.. '-���*���-������ -;;-���;������  "Alice" and "Phoebe" Mineral Claims situate  ,-.   in theKetlle,Ri.verMiHiupr,.Uivisioii���o,f.X-ale��,J.  '     District: 'Wliere'Lo'cated'f'Neir' to* Baker' -A  ' Creek.  ._..            -(   t)                              ,Jrii, y  5'Takb Notice thatwe^David.McBrldeiiajijes .'���  tiU" McMynn and  M.SMcMynn. xPrj^MiBer's A.  U Ertificate Nosf''B4t\8j6; B4p64fanf B5#fre- A  sp'ectivclyr'intend, iSixtySdays   fromj'vthe dite ,-,  hert  f. lo   applyto  the  Mininp   Recorder for .fi.  CertiBc; Ies oflmprovements, for the purpose of .V,  obtaiii/ng Cro'wn;Gi'dtit"of the above claim. ,t,  And  further take holice that action,  under- ,',  section  37; must* be* commenced -before the is .'-,  suance of such Certificate of Improveinents.  Vi>atedthisllth day of July, 1902. v  .'..,., a 3 ���%'.���-.;,<���     ���    ���   -   ���     Davih  McBride, '"<  James G. McMyxk ';'  ..   M. McMvnn.,-��.-'.��. "i*  Mineral Act 1896" " '*"*  ^CESXIFICATE-OF-IMPROVEMENTS..,^. v  NOTICE.  A choice line of the above good just  * ��� !>,'-,i,''rdceived. "*" '���*      -������������<���  ;it Kishincf two days   before  massacre ooctirred.  TO ONE  . ������.    ��� ���    ..   .. i  AND ALL  his loyalty to liis comitrr  Several of Uncle Psalm's  patriots wlin lofl fur Canada al  the outbreak ol the Spatiish-  Americati war and have resided  in (Ireeuwood ever since, will  go to Spokane shortly to  "legally"   register    in  next presi-  C ail ad a  oug"ht  liave   a   vote   at   the  dential   election.  to put  a   head tax   on   these   fel  lows.    Thev     are  Chinamen.  The Freeman's Labor . Journal  now appears as the S pokane  Record. The change is 2 >. good  one, as the former name was a  hoodoo. Since T. S. FI( ^kett  order to i became editor and manage '?  has made many changes, and  day the paper is a welcome  change,  and   should be   read  worse     than  he  to-  ex-  every union man  this   far  nort frit is ably edited and well pr.intct "*.  We Lhaiik <>ur palrons  ft>r their liberal patronage in Uie past. During"  10<>4 we will have a big-  ger and better stock  than ever.     :      :      :      :  Qoumey^if  ���:-r.y"JII  ^tewarfs  A.  LOGAN   &  CO.  JEWELERS  Copper Street,    ���   Greenwood  A Large assortment of  Knglish Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  E.B.rniMiroe  Copper Street.  Transfei of License  Notice is herebv given that 30 days after date  I intend to apply to the Board of License Commissioners tor the city of Greenwood for a  Iratsfer of the lifjucir license uo-n- held by me to  (iilhert Cundereon for the premises kno-irn as  the Victoria Hotel, sitnatc on Lot 24 block 12,  Copper street Gicenwood.  C. SCOTT  GALLOWAY.  Uale-.l December 2hlh 1W3.  .;640 ACRES  ,; SO, ACRES in Timothy and Grasses  f00? Feet* Hay and. Cattle. Sheds .  .' 35 toes/Hog Pa^,hBg/proof  fence���c'reek running tHfough  ,; I0UNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing.  -. ���  BARNS all flocked.   ���  PLIMITED money in HOGS.  1 CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  ;, MR1ES Mow ��PiP&#Gtion,  ^ringing/|2 |t;cx federate.  i' tajlHfElj iRAtt W>1 liorses  and cattle.  :. .* If- you want rosj- cheeks and a fat  puree*raise stock, the Wealthiest vocation and the Boundary is positively  the best market in the world. This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in .Southern British Columbia for the  money.;  , Inquire at TIMES office or  STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway.  MAY* DA"E..*DEER!TFAIL; AND jDIAMOND  JOE Fractional,Mineral, Clair.- s, situate in  the''Gree'nw'(iod*Miitfn*irciDivlslt>n of Yale  District. .VVlie^lijcated: ^Between Green-  wbd'd'aud'S-im'hiit*camp^.     '* '"*""'  TAKE" NOTie'B'that ll Isaac HUHallett. as  agent r/,or(.Jaiie.iRusfiell,('Pree Miner's  Certificate "No;*BS5293," 'WelllhB'lon'Elson, Free  Miner's;, Certificate' 1,'Notr B55328,.; a.mi Eviti  Parry, .Free Miner's Certificate No.  B80121,    '" intend'.'  nOsixty   .;."',darys from  the date hereof, to apply to fEe Mining  Recorder for Certtticates.of, lmproveraentu,for  the purpose of ohtalhluc "Crown'GrantB of the  above���rlairas. i*     ;ii-'-|;'   .',.*. *!.'  v,(  And farther take notice that actions, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the.is-  suance of such Certificates of Ihtprovcmciits.  Dated this 30th dav of November, A.D. 1W3.  *Mar4 ��r .     J   . 1 ������*";-, "f       1. H. HALLETT.  1   *     '*,        ���: A. ���>    ...?���    *.-j-    S  EAGLE    HALL  Kcccntl_y renovated   and  refurnished,  mav  be se-  .  cured for balls,   concerts  etc.,   at reasonable rates  Apply tn     :     ���'���  C. W. WILSON,  secretary.  Certificate of Improvements.   -~  . NOTICE.  ���'RICHELIEU" Ai'incral Claim, iHuaw.   j the  Greenwood  Mining DivislcJ of Yale District.   Where located :   On Nclse Creek on  West Vork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE" that I, Isaac H. Hallett.  as ag-eut for rWellin-jton H. Craig.  Free Miner's ' Certificate No. B80223, and  William Wellington CralgsFree Miner'aCertifi-  cate No. B80J22, intoad, sixty days from the  datr hereof, to apply to * the Mininir Recorder  for a ���certificate of Improvements, for ,the  purpose of obtaining crowdcrant ofthe above  claim. -  And  further take notice that action, undar  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificates of improvements.'  Dated thp.30th dav of October, A.D. 1903.  Jan. .-..i I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  CITY   OF    PARIS  Miueral    Claim,   situate  Greenwood     Miuiujr    Division  Where located:   On Wal-  in     the  of Yale District,  lace Mountain.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 80140, intend,  Sixty days from the date hereof, to apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements for the purpose of obtain hie* a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must, be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 1st dav of September, A. D.. 1903.  Jan. 15 I. H. HALLETT.  Nc  NOTICE  OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT  ��istv days after date we intend to apply  lo tli j Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works  for permission to purchase the following described lHnds: Commi-nciiisr al the northwest  corner of lot No. ^036; thcuci- west alone* north  boundary of lot No. S49: tlience to the east line  of lot No. iV57: thence north along east line of  lot 2337. to the southwest corner of lot 2336;  ihcuce ca-i Rlon*-* south line of lot No. 2335, to  the northwest corner of lot No. 84S; thenee  south along* west boundarv of lot No. 848, to  point of commencement, containing* about 147  acres.  ROBERT HAMILTON  SAMUEL  G. STOOKE.  Dated the lirst cay of January, 1904. 8  ��/  Iriii    iMj\JNDAJKV    CRfcfill    tiM��b-  i^^j^RaJj  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  'Vholesule and Retail Meat'MeWhauto.  ''.-i U-ujasgJL'.'ai.'j.:!  NEW YE AR'S RESOLVE *  AGENTS, CO LLECTORS, ETC'"'  FKED B.'li6b!MlSS) ' ''  Agent,    Collector,    Janitor.*.-/ Large  warehouse iiy��- storing goods.   >.~i  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  * ASSAYERS.  ��� j-y ,_ r j^i ..   ^,    :~~T  ^WALTER R. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer;-.and Chemist.  �� *     -f'\       X    -Ja*.      :���-.   ,-���>������ -**i- *���  Control 'Aasays'a Specialty.'   .*,���  *.��    h il  ,\ v*   .��v��      *Ti-; ,.-*      .. . ���*��� ,      ���.. ������'       *i I-.*-"-  ���? Greenwood, B. C.  TAILORING,  Merchant Tailors  wilson & ;qo:    T^ * *  Greenwood," St.  '���    ^b&rber^shops.  GREE^WpOI)  BARBER SHOP"^  ;      "-%. ;FR&wi;kY, Prop. :--.^',  Finest Bath Tutys-in city.     Baths 25c.  Copper Streei.  Greenwood, B.C  I  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT& SHAW  j      B^RRis^HHSrfSOL'lCltORS,  ?     \-,.a...*���, '������">Notaries" Phbi,il*.  i';ii,i��  Address :       HALI.ETT.*' , ,,  <��� I "'*,}    *-*>-   -:���  1!  i-  ���'���.'   I lledford M'Neill's    QrernwooD;   -  ..Lelberls. ,  ..       B'��\  \        -I  --A   V*   :!'   i    *   -J .;   V.*     '   '. *..* f v  ..l. H.'  HALLBTT, 'V;    j   /?'    .������-.A:    j   ;:,'h.C.SH1W.  - ^v.���.i   ���*���      .,..  ���-.,  ....      ��� ^  fl^C LEOD <&:BRqWfy      ��� �� v  (   BARRISTERS   AND  SOLICITORS,  .'        >|F y"N6TAKIBs4PUBjtlC,   ETfJ.  '     %- s-i "'   *3     !$'.'*. .*; . R        ;   ^  Officasji'Wallace-MIHeKbldck. Copper street,  (        jf || Sj&reenw^od*; BiC^    J;, .    �����  J.R.Brown. "'���"'       '      J. P. McLeod".  time reduced the rate of taxation, pro-  vjdi'ug\rith;(tXpublic; pwu'et'ship is a  practical and profitable way to settle  ,raapy���,city problems. v,..Va  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.'  .l.Z3ARRlSTER^andi, SOLICITOR!  Rendell Block, Green wood,, *,B..G  CHARLES ;ABii.SHAW#i'~$s ..?  ^IVil^EiNO^NH��Ri^ ;g* gs*j,J f��S   '%  B �� oJDOMifNK)N% ANB|iv.E.lioviNCIAi?  .l*.*J.-*S*.   IS-'*   *W iSa^o-VS-y      fl* "f'i-i'S'  n--"S��'i"   ,'"���!     *--  Land Surveyor.   "  Office with Gauiicel&oWicU.wire.  -^  ....-,.'-.I  ^'���/Telephone No-?32.*j        i >* - ��  ���,.:*..; **>.    y_t        i( :-;  ���;������*. t  \   M*J  GFtEENWOOO,  ���'���'*r,  BLiOJ  A,  E. ASHCROFT. i   >n    i  ���: -i ti: i    - ;iDominlon and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  fining and Engineering Surveys.  > P" ...,-, R^^ound Work a Specialty:]  vVooci^Rlocj^jext Castoms officeO ^ 5*  '"^S   "    '     '*"     GREENWOOD, B.V.  x ...DRINK ...  I  Q';  A��FE  n p^  I r  JRBSfEWER  On sale a-t all the hotels.  s ryi  ���(- ���  BOTTLED  BT  JAMESMICREATM  ..'*.'���* Bottlen 'ofiFiu��'Laffer Beer and  Manufacturers of, all kind* of  Carbonated Bevcrafjep.  *�����  !  ^J.eF" '>;   �����.t1 --ffl| (%*  . t  "���A  ii '     'A'-'-i'   :: y*  fJRPETSj  linoleums  IrogrebM ^  i��       -r^rir *r-' t jV v'J  GLASS \V4Rt  CUTLERY  Silver#Are  bah goods'  :   **<��� ii ;.   :��� -.,* ^, -.   ���:. . * ^   .. ,.-. v*- ** A   ���- ,- *.'.* <t  .: ^; V*. .  The  largest   hotels  and  finest  ""residStftieilri'B'.C: were fiir-"'""'  . ,    nished by us throtigrhout  iWEItER BROS.!  VICTORIA. B. C. t  v,,  %  "PsahnjWrilfcv;re��6l.yed,: apdalso swore.  Net to touch' iiooze in nineteen  four;  To steer cleat*of whisky, giri and beer���  Livera-iiiodel life jiip the*-^ir-  Not touch anything  that'll  create  au  inward fire:  Uu(~:Still   'like fjyotliers.i'you'll    find  Psalm's ;i liar.  l.t'  ~t  MODEL GLASGOW  Proving That  Public Ownership  Is  H6�� Pracftckrarid Profit'able  Ever since Glasgow undertook the  ta'^tei'oO.'eiilEirgiMgjt the'iG,l'yc'e river,  iiiiikiiiK il ,i9D fei'l wide unci 30 feet  dumi^i'ustcatl^yu.f;|2^ll i"eet,-,wide and 4  feeV'tli-tii), at'a cost'o'f S50',000,000, it  has been one of the most, progressive  iaofhe of its-fciiteV^rftlc^ aVc! "as  cities.  X*k!-  i!!     Hard on the Cop  ���:. Barend Vet of "Berlin. Germany, had  recently the nii&fortuofc to call a constable a monkey. Vet was arrested  and brought befuii- the iti-ice on a  charge of "insulting the police,"* being  sentenced to 45 days' imprisonment.  Before being removed he tnrred to ad-  dreis the court: j'3'hen I mustn't, call  a ccinstable-UVijionltey ?" h*^ said." 'i'Gc-r-  't'ainly/ upSt^ ij'bP'-, tiiusl imt jih^'ult stlie  police." The culprit reflected. -'May  I call a.motikeya constable ?'' heaskci!  .with a flash of genius. Tho'"judge  shrugged his shoulders, and, holding  no brief for the animnl^ replied: "If  it gives you any s.ili-f;icti.-n." With  a smile of gr.itilicntioii' Vet.-turned mi  his heel in tliC(dpck,aud bywmj.i. to his  prosecutor. "Gund d.iy, constable,"  he said.  *    ���   Ui'i'l !---'l"'-'''i.'���,:'-;���'"������! n;* ii;;*,:- -i'lj:;;'  '  fpU'ows:    &     .1* .,.1:0,1"        ()j TA.JKl  1. It bought and pulled down forty-  six blocks of slums and built lol9  com fort able lio iiiesTFor~wTK"ftigrpeopl'e]-  A t li ree- rob'tii mi"t re tits for" S5 "a "iiioi'i t H ."  2. It owns and manages seven model  ?lodgmg houses, 5 Charging 7, 8, and 9  cents'a hig*ht for lodgers.  3. It built a family home for widowers  who have' small  children. ..Last year  F*->.,v,v    ;���(:-���      ',12^';..,     ^*-v-      -^      IV ^,    .  ,*HQ w.idowcr-s"tViths217 children.j-sere  lodged lige-g |     ^   \|   "     1  4: it bbuglit |<>ut tlie pijivate. wafer  company and reduced the water rate  from ?A cents per. thousand gallons  to  5. It'bought out the gas companies  and. reduced the price of gas to 52 cents  ��� F   ) V! -t ��  per thousand feel.    It spent.$12,01)0,000  and made a profit of $2,000,000.  Ci. It bought^th^<;Stree^ca^''i^��ti;m.  doubled the tiusi'ti'ess, and.cleared over  a in ill i^>p-..dollars? profits lj-ist^yvear. ,-*  7. It establishe'cU a public lefciiho:  system with :j  ptfbli  ���cent' rate.  lepnotic  i/'8i.vI,ijliiis,Opciied nineteen  children's  playgrounds and set  aside  1055 acres  for public narks.  f" '    -; -j., /V   *5"/  It* has-doiie all  this arid-at" the*--Sariie  5 H I f-J B  A ^MdcibriiiWroiftg'  nf !*  ,, A g'n;l. gol.drunk,���shocking!" This  is a sample'of theexclauiatiousAve hear  wlien an occurrence of this kuwl happens-and-everyone���is-readyt* to-tear  dovvii her-^repjitation as speedi'y.as possible.    She.will go to  some gatheritig*  Corporation   ^f   the   City-  of  Greenwood  PUbLIC   NOTICE  ?     United on Oner Man  it-        ��� -Hi. .*;    ,  Mil   : j,,   -,.*: ;.*,.���.  ,;.,-���,.,.  r.      ' Montreal   Herald.  " ������     A-. .*..   ii,   ,���   - ,.   ..':.:.     !;  Ne W  Brunswick  {   ..'.' ���   British Co L umbiu  i    "   '^T^-.f'"^ >��^itobP^!;   z()/\  \ .-;.; .' Ot/'ebec   '-'      "    ���"   "  j : f-. Uma /? io:' "-- ' ������'"<'  |.'. ���?    .rNQva-.Scot-i/.ja;; ,yi.*,��i.i;!.!t'.*..������..:���:������;!  'j    '.'.-_.       Nortlnv ��f st  !       '-'   *       :   p 7Bj'i'ii'ci.'Efd witfdislihd  j;    ,*   *   .-    ���   ������-- ���   ��� _ .  | Gained-Forty.PQunds in^hirty-,Da.vs;  \ For. several'.���months * our. /younger  [brother had been,*.troubled with indigestion. He tiHer! "several remedies  {but.got no betielitironi-Jtih'ein-u.-We pur-  ichased some of CnhmbeVliin.,svStoniach  t  * ** ��� 4 f "^5 * J ''i ':.' i  (and "Liver Tablels and*'lie"''commenced  jt.*iH.ing'theriV.;JIrisi'deoS .thirty Mays he  /had   gained l(l{i5*Vv^  poundsfjin   flesh.  (He^'is now  fully  recovered.���Hor.LRY  ^Bros., Merchiints.'tvohg^'Bfanch,'1 Mo.  lxT;dt sale ^y. J-Jj. \Vhitg QreetnyoodTarid  lArF.^bma^idvvay^l   -W  -'^A  :{    '   ,*.: .   ���:t.r.'c=1,  ,..,    lihr.     -,,-.7;*   1     .: f, **l!!'  Just, Like a Woman  "Wait*ia-*iScco_nd,*'i -she .aaith; as;-she  stepped ,into the store. "Certainly,"  jhe replied, and when he had been up-  'towri,''lboked''thru'hiS*'inail,v'..spent> two  hours ou 'change and taken -luncheon  'at,the club, he returned and foiind'* her  ijus't emerging from the door., r-,~, , r,  j    'v \ ' Vj^-:-^ V ���  ! *���'*'.'  I An Attack of PneumoniaiVyarded off  " V.Some time ago my daughter caught  a severe cold. She complained of pains  iri/her chestp and a bad cough.    I  gave  raroua^?so(they will not touch'   her, and  aud shejSviiljbe a wall flower,  sliii'nilcd i her Chamberlain's Coiigh Remedy ac-  *,^��A^.       ^.*^^v.A.,BW.     !     V     ....    ..    b.   .    ,      ;days  school.  1 i ly  foi; tlie past1 seven years arid have never  khowti it-tofail," says-James Prender-  gast, merchant, Ann a to Bay, Jamaica,  West India Islands. The paths in the  chest'intl tcatfed ran; approaching* attack  of pneumonia, which, jii thjs, instance  was undoubtedly warded off by Chatn-  berlai n 's'' Cough "Remedy v'1 'it 'counteracts athy : tendency.*! of* aMCold. toward  pneumonia. For sa.le.by J".. L. .White  Greenwood and A." F. Thomas Midway.  then-lock themselves'in-a-man's arms,  ,sai(l\manf'3jeing*!Liia^dfJ; abici.to stand  'upon"his "feet from.'intoxication, and  wliifrin'T'gi-d'dy'vvalt'z'atril think she is  'being honored. For example we will  take a  young  girl  who  has been led  .���'���(liR, ,    ,..<������    .���!,;, ii , .'     -i'l;t. "*/ t v{  from rhe paths of rignt and virtue;  let  heiVenter a ball room and some of  the  so-called In ice: people  will ,get up ,S.lich  leaw'the iobui  ati'd^di-clareJ they*twill*  not stay where such people arc allowed,  >. -T^r-n^T-^-.TTrt,- - _  society-  and perhiipsj'iil.'thc .same ^time they ;'a,-e  "dancing  wi'tli  the  man 'who' was "the  causes of .the^girl's  dowjifal  . A:,,._ IS ii: ��. el1��     m.M.  qtd'Biichigrnlps-tliatT^jgo.Ycr  driginiite'i*'ftW'io  -ratiYiJfeiie   -inn/ii the,  faSy ���",-'���'.-! -J3.rt>'-p-.."S        "i 'O ���!> %<���        c;\    iSi  "prrviiege'l'o do as lie p';e:riu��l ;tt'nl '"com-  pels   the woman  !������  di> as  he ])leases*?  -Who luid;down the law that  a  woman  should be kicked out of society for  NOTICE  an  offenscilhoi would not'befnoticed ?'ifl  a  ���'��� '-i ;    *   .-,     n     -���      f ;  ?,- =���       J      s  man?    UcUus be holiest: uoirr,  if1 you-  .     $ i:.   ;   ^'i      ij      ;;    j-   ���    I  h     , p       ��  ���throwf, .oii'4?' Spn.tf ttirojv?; both Vjlf you|  condeuin one, ccudenin. both.    We  arc  all,born, equal,and   the  same law  w;-s  v" ; i -*   ; r* ��� .'��� \ J  niudc lo'govern all, and  if luninice   is,  shown, it should be to^lx: woniiih.la'nd  not lo the man.   NOTICE "IS" H EftfiB^Vr GiVKN"T7i AT**A P;*  ..' plication -will* tie riiade tothe Jjcjrislativc  'AsSseiubly, of.tlic.Province of Rritish Columbia  at yie'prcsUtil 'session thereof by tlipV<��!,atil>.v  Ccnsojidaied Mining-, Knieltiug and PoweV  'I'i'nipan.vMitiiiited,'-fur ���kii,actrioanieiid-tlip Raid  /companj-'s.special.ac.t���o.C.incorporation being,  -chapter 75 of the -acts o( the -said T;e)jislntivc  'Assiinbly. 1901. so as to empower '.lie said com-  [jiatiyjtjvffji*i,vp;orjCo*i!L*^truct It? tqitnel/ J>,r> tunnels;  : n'U<ler{ tliroutili o'r'in'tlie liiou'ntalrioniwliiclf the  'mincH of tne said componr at   Phoenix, in  the  -i*t: t- ".- ���*<- V -^ V *t '.t v> ���'/ '? u u * *t.- ?f a  "'���OffTfiTBase*  The governor of .Nebraska is niaking*'  a bid for :i place in histor'y '"'asi the ex-4  ecutive-who  forbids -dancing  ��'ii   the  part   of   stale    employes,      Governor  iMickey say.s.lic; i.s.,<'l'posed   to  chtneing  ted  g3v*4rnor; "'most  of the-lisgraccd. women attribute their  fall; to dancing^ foc-liuiiiaii < Vu.lfitXes  .ijStiint ball .rooms ��jL^jj-^r^iirirc#upon  actjiiaintancc ii.nd rain young women.  The difference between the inasculjue  and feminine code of morals is the  cause  of   thi:   sin   and  sorrow of tlie  -���-    -.    ,     .     -.,,      i *-. .  I    i ���<���<   ��� ! I'll1.  -world; ' A% * nliiti *'can stray from'the  path;of virtue /and be respectable.  Every hand pushes a woman down-  ������tvard: - -If dar-ciug* contribhtes���>*fti*' any'  .way to.pullingjhe.w.omen of. otir.laud,  from their throne of virtue we should.  *not;pcrmit itJ*  I > ���% ',! % 'Z % ''.'% "[. :",  ������WrW-x-��x~:rKKrXKr:<-K<~>>x*>:-'  t.  Comfortable Rooms.  Everything First Class-  %    .. THlt SWAYNli  HOUSE,        ���  ^ .;���-.-��� Silver Street, <!  i .*-'.*' Green wooa,      V  In hereby given tc the electors of '.be Mnnici-  palfty of the City of Greenwood that t require  the p eseiici- ol the said electors at the t ity Hall,  hreemvood. on the lltli day of January. 19U. at  12 o'clock noon, tor the purpose ut uleciiiiir persons to repns*.*nt i.iemiu ilie Municipal Cuuncil  a-i M.i'vor and Alili-.riuun.  Further no ice is also M*ivcn '.hat unmiuiiticn  lor t*,vu..Scl)oul .lruaU-.es *.*.il'. be held at tin:  same lit:ii! and place a.i:l au election, .f any,  will take pliice al the same time and be under  thi- same regulation;* as thai lor Mayor.  The mode of nomination ol candidates ahall  be as follows:  The candidates shall b�� nominated in nril-  inir: tlie M-ritinif shall be subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as proposer and sec  oiider.and shall be delivered lo the Ketttiiiint;  Officer at any tirtif between the date of the  not ice and 2 .p.m. of the day of the nomination,  and in tile'eventuf a poll bctii*.' necessary, such  poll will be opened on the 14th day* of-January.  TKH, at the City Hall, Grei-nwood, of which  -t-.very person is hereby required to lalce notice  and tfovern himself accordiu-jly.  .*. Sec. 14'.���'J'he Council of eyeryi City Municipality iii'cdrporated atler thei23rd. 'day of April,  1902, and of every City Municipality hereafter  Incorporated, "Shall, consist of .a May or and not  more than ninenor less than five Aldermen."  'a a. Afler the first imtuicipal election the persons qualified to be nominated���foi; and eleclcd  as the Mayor of sucli city shall be such persons  afe are male British siJbj'ict'siof theUiill age of  twenty-one years, and are, no,t disqualified underbuy law; and have beeit for the six mouths  next precedini the day of nomination the ten-  Jisteied owitiir,iiii the Laudl-RepistryjOflici?, of  hand or real property in the city ofthe assessed  .Value1, on the Mast 'niititicipai'asse'ssriiejir'ioi],  oi' onetliouSaiidSdoliarn oriiiore over'and above  any registered iucuuibraiice or charge, and who  arc :otherwiHe duly, qualified as municipal  yoters:  m Mi. lAfter-the tirst,muuicipal ulection, theper-  sous qualified to be notnliiated for and'elected  as aldermen of such city shall be such persons  "as arc male Uritish subjecfs:of the full age of  -twenty-one years aiicTare -not'disqualified un-  ili-i*aiiy law, and liave heeu for.thc six months  .next preuediu-f the da'yof nomination the registered owner, in the Liind- Registry Office, of  land or real property,imiliacity of the assessed  value, on ihe layiiti'iluicijJai-aSiJessiu.eiit roll, of  Ave hundrcd:dollkrs or more-ovcViSaiii' above  any registered - encunibr^nce or tifarge, and  who   arijybtherwise   qualified I as  'ni'lunicipal  '"''" j "     ' '       . v*S?K  t;.-n. tayi,or1?' Y*::&-  ���-. Retut/iiihe* Officer.  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  RE-ORENING OF  DINING   ROOM ...  . The Dining Room has lately been refitted and refurnished  and  and will be run in .first-class style,   j  EVERYTHING   IIV   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. Special rates to steady boarder.';  of Montreal.  ..$10,0011,000.  CP"  G=*  a=<  G=*  G=*  (r*  CF<  G=*  Cr*  (r*  (r*  Cr*  <r<  Cr*  Capital, all- paid up, $13,973,560.  Rest   1^'  '''������'    President.   T.okd Sthatiicona and Mount Rotai..  ,    ,    .,;    ...Vice-President:    Hon. Guokgk A. Drdmmond.  General Manager :    K. S   Clouston.  Branches in London, Eng. \ ^\Tr'c^L \ New. York, Chicago.  '*'    Buy a'tid sell Sttrlinir Exchange and Cable Transfers : Grant Commercial an  Travellecs'-Credits, available in any part of the world.  Greenwood Branch,  L. B. deVEBER, Manager.  te*n  TiMMMMmmmmMmMmmMmmmM  -voters.,^j" j  ,*: %-'���/  In th^Superior Coufbof British Columbia  :��� :'��A<   .   ~-~"- ' y   /:f  In theiyiatter of thefLand Registr^Act  ;    *   1|v and Amendinu Acts /. Jf f:  tiieenwood Miiiine Division of .Yale district,  -'areiocai^.j /TUeippttal or-.portals.oCsaid tunf  ���neil or tujiiriclf Itfcjbejat spm'eipqijii^or (taints.' j/ji  'the-sidc /riJia'eitjf^aid irioqaiaui t<? be se.lceteil  M).v��sjtid ifoitiWrtj-i fftorn ^hfclj'iio'mW or points  the--saidi Itifndal,' "jnjr tunnels! ;mayi be driven-oi:  ^constructed tliroupii any crowd' lands or any  occupied or unoccupied lands, pre-emptions or  'mlii'eral claims <>ftaity pprspu or, persons, poiu-  *pany or coninain^g feitda*��Dn or in ^said, mouii-  talu/.to and iutp(the'jtititfei6r mineral clainislof  saldcompany, with power to construct, equip  ari2~operatc a line or lines of tramway in said  tunnel and to transport ore and other freight  thereover: ;with' liberty .to ettteHuto agreements  wi{h the owners of mineral 'claiitiR, or .mines  thrb'uirb-whlctf'sncli ",1'ntirtel or tunnels riiay..be  driven, for the trannportation of their ore or  otfier frelphfibr/Wi��?}'tal)'lriwltir)the. further  power to acquire by purchase expropriation or  otherwise that portion of the lands through  wljich such tnnue', or tunnels shall be driven as  shall be actually occupied by such tunnel and  required to protect from injr.ry the walls, roof  aiia floor thereof: and .further to acquire by  purchase} ejcprortriationprotlxerwls^ such lands  ad.jacentito ii iiijt'ne neljfhljorliood bf-'tlie portal  or^pfirtaiR'of such iiirtnel or ttmnelR'as said  icojupany may deem requisite for the erection,  .equipment aiid operation thereon of.wprks for  thfuiiilling*. sitieltihlji'refiititif or 6th'e'rwi6e re-  ducing or f reatiiiff ores or minerals, and.for the  purpose.of. proyidinufturiil'.'^g*. grounds for the  waste rock, tailings, stairs, or other waste  materials resulting; from the company's operations, aud also such lands or. other property  aiid.risrhls as may be riu.itifioustj' <ft9'ecled1?.by  . ihe company's undertaklit'c and VOrlis,'' i'  >a i  Oaled November JSthTlWj? ? 5 (  5 t 'S S J ,  . * --- I).  \VH"fEESII)Jij; W V4  -F.a'  "Z". Crafid Porks, B.C. ' ?-.  jatif! Solicitor for Applicants.  AND IN THE;��MATTER"OBVr.i#''APflocation by the Graiiby Cpiisolidiited  Miuini.'  ���  and Smelting;  CoiiipaiiyrTvimited,  and   the  CI ran by Consolidated Mininir, Sine.ltiujj and  -1 Power" Company ,i (Limited,    lor liberty - to  amend or alter a plan  or survey  of a  subdivision of lots cierht hundred  and   ninety-  four ,894). nine hundred aud twenty-two '922;,  : ,'ninc hundred'audithi'rty-three (933,, aud five  hundred aud eighty-nine (oSO). group one (1).  Osoyoos��� Division of  Yale  district,  in   the  Province of British Columbia, deposited   iu  the. Laii(l,Reg-.istjyvj;ftice:i-',f;'.'.  '"! 0 '���'  iN.CllAMBEHS I Vr\da*    Ihe   llitli   rinv  Upon the application of the Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, Limited,  and the Granby Consolidated Mining. Smelting  and Power Company, Limited, upon hearing  read tlie athdavit of George W.  Wooster. sworn  ��� herein ou the I3t.li day of September, 1901, and  .the exhibit therein referred to and duly filed,  -the affidavit of Oren   B.  Smith, sworn  herein  the Uth day of September, 1901, as to. the sei-  - vice and publication of the summons herein.  ,aud upon hearing Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  .It is ordered that the said Granby. Consolidated Mining and Sriieltin'g Company/Liu ited,  *aud the. Granby Consolidated Mining. -Smelling  ,aud Power Company; Limited, be at liberty to  .amend and alter the said  map  or survey  of a  ��� subdivision of lots eight hundred and niuely-  .four (894J. nine hundred and   twenty-two (''22],  nine hundred and thirty-tluee (93S|, and live  hundred aud eighty-nine [j89], group one (1|,  O-oyoos division of Vale district,  iu   tin;   Pro-  ���..viiice^o.{iJlT..tJsl'.-CQjum.lya.i.depp^ted^.iij__llieJ  Land Kegislry ollice at the CMtv .1 Kahi loops,  in the said Province and therein nlimbered  sixty, wi. snch subdivision being commonly  known as"Phoenix Old Ironsidessjiilxiivislim,"  .by straight niug* out Old Ironsides areuiii;  uicntioued aud shown on said plan or survey  b'.-;continuing the said street or avenue from the  northwest corner of lot fourteen, 14, in block  twelve, 12,,as,slio.��'n on the said,plan or survey,  ihlCuVsViiii'p''strai"^iit'line is.S!lhal port'^i' of the  said street or'ayedue which liCF to the east of  the s.iid northwest corner of said   lot  fourteen.  14. as sho,'>w-oii said plan or survey, by altering  ..-. ., .....i^iLiiVi-'jitv^.'.*-*,���^-..^,..*..-.,^*^, -~..A   ..:*..^   ���r  il  PE#MDlAN KAM( OF fOMMERCE  ,    . With Which is Incorporated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  W. ALLISON,  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  0mm  ill hi  i.  GEO. R.  Manager.  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix,Fire Assurance The British  America   Assnr-  Cb, of London. England. ance Co., of Toronto.  The   Caticidian   Birkbecfc   In-  vestmeul and Savings Co.  Liverpool   and   London    and  Globe Insurance Company.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  ���sa,*,  ���m  Slf -  ?7-?-'  m  ���52-f  &'.  Wi-.  i} s iFutiti'elo^Coppie^...J  It is a ijut-siioii ol unly .1 sliorf. lime  wlie-n-tlit* Mipply <>l cupper will become  asveiji' seriois jtiucsli'otiw   fl%a, rsftick��!*i*"  on   hand   an:   Ijcinj,'  rapidly (U-^jleted.l^";  **   The-production    is   not   kee,n��g   pace} ^SKATES    SHARPENED.  ���   I *  vritli the deuiaml.    '1 he  resnli   will beix"  very.Jitfjh priced  copper,   miles*   more  *n-!"i  . ���>��>.;��;��X'<X��*,X��<*"��A*<"i >^MjM^��j^��x-Mt����>  ?  4  4  X  I  I  I  I  lands lying to the south of such; portion of said,  street wl'a'veuiie proposed to be altered and  anicnded,v*sitclt' alterations i rid; anieiidnients  being niore particularly shown iii red ink ��� n a  blue printiot the said plan or survey altered and  amended as sought in this application, mar ked  ns exhibit "A" to an affidavit of fieoree \V.  Wnosler, sworn herein and duly tiled:  'And it is further ordered that said <ir.inbv.  Consolidated .-Mining and .Sitielt'iiijr' Conipnnv.  'Limited, and the Granby Coiisoliclatcd Miuiiij:,  Stiieltiug and Power Company. Limited, \v. at  'libertv* to file or deposit Ihe same maji or plan  as amende i in the Laud Registry oflice al the  Citv of Kamloops aforesaid, and that llic Kctris j  tra'r of Titles at the said Laud ReirUtry office;  do forthwith after the expiration ol the period  hereinafter mentioned, which application maybe made to set aside this order, amended and  alter said registered map or numbered sixty, bl),  Id said Land Registry office, in accordance with  this order;  * And it is further ordered thai .1 copy of III is j  order be inserted once a week for four ennsecu-1  livo weeks in the Boundary Creek Times, pub.';  lished at Greenwood, iu the district iu which '  the slid lands mentioned in the said plan are  situate;  Aud it is furtlier ordered that any person or  persons, firm or' firms, corporation or confutations, interested in the subject mutter of this  'order niav" be at liberty toinove before h judge  of-this Court in Chambers to set aside this order  'at any time Avithin one mouth from the first  publication hereof as aforesaid.  ,,. GORDON HUNTER.  ianl-4t . ,-, I :'"*    . ,    ..,,:.       '���   c*  *'���  GRAND F0R��S^-Ph"0ENlX--GREENWflr0lf  �� AIL. Y STAGE LINE.  Leaves Greenwoodj6^a. m.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks .10.30 a.in  Leaves'.Grand "Forks 3.45 p. in.. Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in Greenwood S p. m  Fare - Grand Forks S3.00.      Greenwood to Phoenix $1.00      Phoenix to  Greenwood 50 cents.  Great Northern express rales   made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  4  x  BICYCLE A^D  MACHINE REPAIRS..  [^PAINTING AND-  ,   i     SIGN-WORK.  ��� KOK * Klj.NT-.--.L!oanliiijr house con-  vdnient to the timelier. :Apply at the  prensircs opposite Lion Kulllihj; worUs  "or to the Bealcy Invest ment & Trttbt  compativ.  N BREWERY  POKTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietor'  ASK  FOR  i m e  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops. Tr\  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  mities are opened, or yreaterorc "bodies! A  are discovered   in   the  propcrtU��  noff  producing^'   AU'-'jof   which  arg*ues  ;in  increase in the price of copper tlr.a.t will  keep in .operation ;a,number of : niine;s  that do not fi ud it profitable to continue j <��  development at the present prictt.-        - ' <{^<>fir*4Hfr<&<&0*0<MMl<^<l^O<<MSMX-,-5l  t Copper St.    Greenwood.  umMMMMIIM THE    iiOUNDAR-i:    GRK1SK    TIM.&0  =sns  * -JOOOOOOOOOOO 000c 0000000-00  ���<  LOCAL   EXTRACT 5  :i y  c- 00000000000000 000000 00000  Jim Smith's eyes are impiuvin<j.  There are 4.;.*-. nanus rni the city-  voters' list.  "Ii" inv wile only saw mu inw," is  tho latest jj.'ijj in  town.  Superintendent McAllister 'vyHdoing*  ij;isiness in Kelson this week.  Billy Green of the Commercial visited  ^Cels'.ni nnd Rossliitid this week.  The frirls are now :it l>al This i.s  lean year.    The first in eij^ht years.  .1. E. McNicliol, Mid-.viiy's bife' merchant, spent New Year's in the city.  Chief of police . Darraugh of Elir.lt  ���..hewed New Year's dinner in town.  In order to appreciate the Gtvemvund  electric lights a person has t-j lie a lint.  School rc-opeii��:-d Monday; much to  the pupils disgust, and parents delight.  K. ti. Mouat of Nelsyn spent N'cw  Year's visiting his sister, Mrs. K. K.  Steven.  There has been a slight slump in  business since Christmas, and the city  is r.itlicr quiet.  Uiincan Ross, editor of this family  journal, is prospecting in the Siinilka-  1:11:1- n atul Okaiiagan.  lv G. Warren returned huino Saturday from a two weeks' visit to Mon-  trea   and other eastern points.  The leguiar monthly meeting of the  Greenwood Typographical Union will  be held in Grand Forks next Sunday.  "Weary Willie," who wearied on the  Times a few days last winter, is playing ho.-key at Rossland this winter.  Johnny ITrosL of the l��lkhorn returned last Thursday from a two  weeks' visit with friends in Spokane.  Cupid is getting in some great lick>  in Greenwood. No less than three  matTiayvs will take place   this   month.  G. K. Nadeu returned Saturday from  t.. an yon creek on the main Kettle,  it'll-,*!*; lie was examining some ruining  propert ie.-.  Grei'iiwood is an orderly citv. So  far this year only one man has slum  bored in the cold, damp, dirty, crummy  city Im*kup.  .lav    A.   Thomas,    representing   the  O  ihenei* 1'ii'os.' cigar foundry of Lundon.  was    talking   smoke   to   local  tavern-  keepers ibis week.  The city council did not meet Monday night, owing considerably to the  influence of Christmas cheer and too  much New Year's beer.  The city council of Grand Forks  voted mayor Burrell a salary of S30f>  for the past year. There's ni flies on  the Grand Forks council.  The new year was ushered in by the  ringing of bells, setting off fire  crackers, blowing of smelter whistles  and drinking tarantula juice.  Duncan Ross was the lucky   man   to  win the smoking set at Munroe's  New  ..i.-XearIs...drawjngJ^_J_So.mc^men_^re^2wni  lucky; others have to shoot snipes.  J. H. Dougherty, from Allover,  California, arrived in Greenwood ou  New Year's day, to visit his brother  George, whom he lias not  seen   in   ten  years.  Robert Clarke, who purchased the  O. K. barber shop several weeks ago,  has fixed up lii'at-cluss bathrooms.  You can now gd au electric, medicated or vapor bath.  Next Monday is nomination day, and  civ-clion the Thursday following.  Aspirants for mayor aud aldermen arc  is si:;:ree in town a.s admirers of  wrestler McLaughlin.  A joke is a joke, but when your  neighbors come around in the middle  if the night, awaken you from your  peaceful slumbers to wi.-,h you a happy-  New Year, that's no joke.   ���  The Hvn SK.Hikiiiii club, or  the   fish  ���ati'i-s-' tiH-s-.. had llieir annual banquet  s- w   Year.--   night.    The   dinner   was  the   best:   ever  blown   in   by  the club,  Alter tlie   big*   feed   the   evening   was  spent in music, song and mirth.  Within three weeks liie Times will  publish tht. sequel to "A Romance of  Poplar Creek.',' It is entitled "The  Low Kerplunk of a Warty Toad, or  Rig Tom Behind the Dummy.'" The  slu'v will be a pippin. It tells all  about tlie trials aud tribulations of a  rube in Wisconsin.  Last week an infernal skunk look a  .-.hot at H. C. Shaw's thoroughbred fox  ���ciiiei, tin: bulb;* passing through the  '.-.���-.'lv. The woaud was not fatal and the  '(.,*,; !-. abb- Iti be around again. A mat:  v.ho would siioot an innocent pup would  ii.-:-* ,i in.at axe on hi> mot licr-in-la\v  iiei."iii.ie .-he hid gumboils on her   feet.  A.;el I-'.uiil Hang dictl at the Sisters'  ii.-.pil.ii la.-t Satttni.-iy of appendicitis.  The deceased wa*-2��i vear-of age and  nab been in the i'.oitndarv about four  months, coming here from Chewelah,  "Washington. The funeral took place  on Monday afternoon and wvs largely  attended; Rev. Mr. McKee conducting  the service.-. H- was a member of the  L O. O. F. and Miners' Union.  Homer Cannon left for tlie sloppy  slope Monday.  .1. R. Brown.. M.P.P., leaves fur  Victoria Monday.  The ISlkhorn shipped a carload of  high grade ore today.  L. I. Ostroski of Davenport is visiting Greenwood this week.  Dr. Thomas, the Midway druggist,  returned from the east last night.  For 2nd hand furniture, stoves, elc.  go to Clint's, opposite Pacific hotel.  Andy   Safer returned Thursday from i  Idaho  where he has  been visiting his  sister.  The K. of P. will hold a public installation in their lodge room next  Wednesday night.  W. G. Gaunce returned Wednesday  from Seattle where he has been visiting  Mrs. Gaunce and family.  J. McCrcath of the Lion iJoUiing  works has purchased the business of  thi; Greenwood Liquor company.  D The excavation i.s finished and work  is being clone ou the masonry for the  Ii. C. Copper company's electric plant.  Construction work is .being rushed  al the 13. C Copper company's smelter  The converter foundations are finished.  Arthur Black, who has been on the  surveys in the Territories, returned to  Greenwood Saturday and will remain  all winter.  From reports received fruin the  Sitnilkamemi and Okanagan sections  Duncan Ross will be the nominee of the  liberals at the Kamloops convention.  Black Jack is the favorite home game  with the ladies these long evenings."  Just imagine one of Greenwood's "400"  saying; "Hitine," "I'm good," " That's  the baby, " etc., etc.  Shorey Hayden, while working oil  the E. P. U. tramway, Sunday, baa the  misfortune to cut his leg below the  knee cap with an axe. The wound,  altho painful, is nut serions.  QThere will be a j"inl installation of  officers of tbe Fraternal Order of  ISagles of Greenwood and Phoenix at  Phoenix tonight. About 25 Eagles  flew up the hill lliis afternoon.  Iidgar Ashcroft, mining engineer, of  London, Knglaud, is in Greenwood on  a visit to his brother, A. li. Ashcr.ifi.  Mr. Ashcroft is a leading authority  upon the zinc treatment process.  Nicholson & Co., who have a bond on  the Chauiuiou claim situated on the  hill back of the hospital, have two men  at work. The work al present is driving a tunnel, and the showing is good  All members, adherents and friend.*  of St.* , Culuinba. Presbyterian congregation ;are invited lo au "at home"  given by Mr. and Mrs. M. D. McKee  at the manse (Fisher residence) Monday evening, 11th iustant.  Thi Times has received a lengthy  communication from Rev. J. D. P.  Knox, calling attention lo the needs of  the free reading room. La^k of space  prevents the article from appearing  this week. If the collecting commit  _tee_caHs ojj youjie,_aJew_dj!.V.sxloilitJfor^  get to dig up.  The ma-sq'.ieradc carnival al the rink  last night-was a huge success. Many  of the costumes wereelegant; aud many  were laughable.    The best dressed lady  The Best Remedy for Croup  '1 nis   is the Atason wheu the   woman  v.-l--o knows the best remedy for crmip is  in    di maud    iu   every    neighborhood, \  'lee-   Of the most terrinlc   things in the '  .-.olid is to be awakened  in the   middle  of th-r night of the night   by   a   whoop  Iroiu fine   of   the  children     The croup  remedies are almost as sure to be lost  in cai-e of croup, as a tevolver issure to  be lost in case of burglars.    There used  I io   lie   ay   old   fashioned  remedy  for.  | coup, known  as hive syrup,  but some j  1 modern    mollifis   -,ay    that   Chr.mher- J  .Iain's  Cun-*,-h   Remedy   is  better,   audi  -.l"iia not cost so   much.    It cause's  the  pitic-nl     to   "throw    up   the   pk-gm"  ��� I nicker. and gives relief  in a .-.horli-i time.        Give  tin-   remedy   us  .soon   a.s   the   cioiipy  cough appears and it   will prevent   the  attack.    Il never fails and is   pleasant  and   safe   lo   take.    For  sale   by .1. L.  White Greenwood and   A.   F; Thomas  Midway.  J. GOURLAY   LANG  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  Successor   lo    Walter   K.   Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters carefully Attended to.  ?r|Sillit   BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  '��vmwt^ no. 38, i. o.o. f.   *.*!:���  Meeif  every    I ue.-day  Eveniuy at H 00 in |tl��c  I. i). 0. F. Hall.    A cordial invi union is ex  tended t�� .'ill sojiiurninir brethern.  I��. Kovi.i; S.MII Tl. FhKD 15. Iloi.MUS  N. t;. Rer.-Sec.  ^*��&efeg;gg-g?&t!^ts&ve��ss��-&&$!f  .& %.  1 Blank Books]  ����� #  if;  ft  ft  .11  Jj*  9����*i��ft��o6��ieo��a��*o*����tt*��ooao*����o��e��<����#*��t<i#.e.#*��i>��������*��5  on the ice was Miss Dickson, and the  best dressed gentlemen, K. M. Steven.  Austin Logan won the can ol" corn for  the funny costume.  About 4:44 yesterday afternoon a  Hre alarm was turned in from the tin  whistle at White's corner, C. Scott  Galloway's residence being reported  in Haines. Four.,minutes later driver  Currie with the hose wagon in tow arrived on the scene in great haste, but  the fire was out, as it proved to be only  sparks coming from a chimney. The  liremeu deserve great prais*: for their  fast and furious run.  William F raw ley. who has conducted  the Greenwood barbershop tor the past  five years, has sold out to W. D. Flinn  of Spokane, who comes highly reconi  mended as an artist with the razor ai.d  an up-lo-date hair architect. On account of ill-health is the cause of Mr.  Frawley disposing of his business, and  he leaves G teen wood Mond'iy for one  of the southern health resorts. Lilly  is as good a barber as he is a good  fellow, and will be much missed in  camp. Mr. Flinn, who is a married  man, has rented a house, and expects  his wife and family here tomorrow.  Yim Hill Buys Land  li* is reported on good authority that  the Grcal Northern has purchased the  land, in Au.u.oiida, that the C. I*. R  "Y"' i- 'in. li this is Irtte, il means  that the Great Nor! hoi n will be built  into tii eenwood.  NOTICE  .Not��i ��� i* hei��:l>\ <rivi.li tlut thp biritnp�� ��<t  ih��*' i ���:"ppimsimm! Li'jiK-i��;��Mti|>,tnv ha** hepn j��ur-  ch;i -el '��\ Jnmrs MrL'reatli, who will ��'oniinue  ��� lit* l>Tisiti.**,s utnii-r t ho samir iiarii^. All dchts  ��itii* hy iii** <;rtPTiMiMid I^i<|iHir *'��>ni]i;nir up to  Tin- l>'t��ii Jauuarv. r*W. mtM !��.��� |iivsi*ntr<I to K.  (ir'n^'i-r. hy uhoiii tli*- samr will be -paid. ;ind  ull iK'bt- rttii; in ihp iir.'fiiwnfMl Litjuor *;oinp,iiir  lu Hit* same* (l.itf   iniiKt   l��t*   \*\U\   to the  said   R.  Dated this 7th d.iv ����f Jauuarv. lf>"4.  witm*:ss K. (;'K1E( IKK  H.   C-  SHAW JAS. MeCREATH  S.BARRY YU I'LL  f'NACTlCAI.     'WATCHMAKKK       AND  JKWHI.LKK.  All work guaranteed   GREENWOOD.  For Sale Cheap.  A trooil set  of  Nu. *S sletirlis.  .Itiqttirr:  nf  S.  Taytiu-. CmiiiiiKicial Hotel. Klioll IS. C.  m  Ledgers  Journals  Cash Books  Minute Books, Etc.  Office and Pocket-Diaries Tor 1904 |  .    n-         ���     W  A complete line of office reqtiis-  V  ites always in stock. ��  m   ���  w  ��� w>  .TO  COLES & FRITH  SucccstKir to J. h. Cules. W  Books, Stationery, Office Supplies. Etc.  ��  3 BUY  OR SELL  3 DO  YOU WANT TO' *  WATERLOO,  DENORO,  INTERNATIONAL  COAL & COKE.  %  'a  'ft  JF. W. McLAINE*  In Closing the year 1903 we  take this opportunity to thank  our many customers for their  liberal patronage in the past  and ask them for continual  tion of the same* Wishing  you all a Happy and Prosper'  ous New  Year, we remain,  P.Burns & Co.  ��  9    '  9  ���    THE OLD  RELIABLE  S    MEAT CO.     Phone 2  ����H9##��a����a����������#����������(i��#����ft��##o��t>��i;ii>c��fii)<i����i>#������*i)(i  ft  �����  *  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ...DO YOU WANT AN...  %       last your shares with'  Real Estate and Insurance  CiHKE:>\VOOI)  w   Co)>|i��r Street,      -      -      ..nr.u., ,^uu..   -  ie s? if ��p ** if iPitP |Ot^,|F^��,lPJf^r*?Jt,  oooooooooooooooooooo<>ooooo  THE  NEW  LEAF  DR. MATHISON  .DENTIST  Nailuii-l'Muinl IJluck, (lieemvouil. B. C.  Tlie first of every year we  make a resolution. It is. a  resolve to mahe' our Drug ;  Store in all of its departments better than ever before. It is our intention to  make the year 1904 mark  auoilier onward step in our  business career. AVe shall  continue our high standard  of quality in tevcry line. We  shall aim to make, our set-'  vice the best possible iu caring for your Drug Store needs  XLT  E  Druggist  Greenwood  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ^mfmmmwmmmmmnmfmmmfmmtmimmwmmid  ilf BIS  BLANK BOOKS  Journals, Ledgers, Indexes,  Cash Books, Counter Books,  Memos, Etc, in greait variety  7-*������-:- ^-'���"i^^V^yfr.i-  *i '��� '���'���'���F<'��it"'%W$&!li&i  DIARIES FOR 1904  OFFICE AND POCKET  Office Supplies  Shannon Files, Transfer Cases/ Let'  ter Filesf Journal Caps, etc,  Everything to equip the office in  first-class shape  You will save money by dealing  H* with us,  | Smith & McRae's,  Sr Hooks. Wall Pacer. Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34.  |! Copper Street, - GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Cut and Made by Experienced Tailors  . .,(���FROM���,.,  BRITANNIA,     <       TIDAL WAVE  ROYAL NAVY,      '       IMPERIAL,  TRAFALGAR  COWE'S     ENGLISH     WORSTEDS  v   IF YOU DO THEN CALL AND SEE  WILSON, THE TAILOR  OPPOSITE    POSTOEFiCE  ^^^: THE:  Copper Street.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  12?  1^  MKAI.S AT" ALL HOUKS  PRIVATE ROOMS KOR LADIES,  -*  Charles R. Pittock,  TKY   OUK   COFFKK  '*Prop'r;  ^iiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiuaaiaujiiuiaiuaiuiuuiiuiamaaiiss:  <.-���-' y  A   ���>  DEALERS IN  4  x  FURNITURE, x CARPETS, |  LINOLEUMS, ETC. |  \    COPPER-STREET, GKKiSJNWOOl).   X  l^^^**l~l'&<~'"te'<r><''>9&l'<^  9 9  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  9  ��  9  9  9  .9 , 9  a  :��� ii- ;  9  9 9  I   MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  |  | CHASED   OR DEVELOPED. |*  ��� *  FINANCIAL I MINING AGENTS  Greenwood  LJa uor Company  sf* jp je* jp jp *���*��? ��p i? jp ��p je jf j��* s? jp K"  Q    4&    ^  ^    ^    ��.  R GRIEGER, Manager.  tPjPSP^jP^SPjPjPjP^jPjPjPgPjP^  O* t5* *^* ��** V* "J5* ��* ^* ttS* <3* W* ��^* W* tr* w* O* ��3*  t.'r.  'a*  *&  Pabst and  galgary


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