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 /'  4  Vol. 7.    :  GREENWOOD, JB;-.C. FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1903.  No. 20  A Requisition   Requesting  to be a Candidate .  csNseWSTorojN  Wti��tac Intends to do if Elected to  Office.  To .-���'���:.  ,R*i;PH Smailes,  Greenwood, B. C.  Wet.the undersigned;: electors aad  business men of the city of Greenwood,  believing' that the interacts of the city  would be best served by your election  to the office of Mayor, desire you to  became a candidate for the Mayoralty  at the forthcoming Municipal Election,  and hcnaby pledge you onr hearty  supports, i  H. F. Mytton^-  W. H.Jfcflt ���<-  W. SVSmith  JnoK. Ii. Coles  P. W. George  M. E. Frazee  T. M. Gulley  W. B. Flemming  C.J. Bales  W. G McMynn  J. L. White  C. W. H. Sanaom  W/Elson,  J. W.illis  J. A. Russell  Geo. Maynard  C. H. Fair,-.  Charltis Martin  F. M. Elkina -  W. W: Craig  Chas. H. Dempsey  Wilfried CooksoQ  H. A. King  R. Grieger .  Jamea Cameron  W;5T.^ Hunter  W: J. Wai'tman  J. Lukov  J. N. Paton .       * -.  Duncan Mcintosh  W, S. Keith  John Crabb  J. E- Spankie  Jamas Sutherland  Robert Wilson  W. C. Tilsley.  Boundary Valley Lodge. He; *Ta8 assisted by the following GrMd'.' Lodge  officers. Grand Marshall Wniv'fiaw,  Grand Wart1en J. A. McKln&^Grand.  Secretary W. J. Kirkwood,.Grand F.  M.8ec. T. M.. Gulley, Grand-Treasurer  W. B. .Fleming. The officers installed  follow : D. A. Bannerman N. G ; J. L.  White V. G. ; F. B. Holmes Sec;; G. B.  Taylor Fiia. Sec.; W. M.Fritb T*eas.;  E. Foyle Smith Warden;, Duncan Ross  conductor; A. D. Hallett R. S. N. G.;  C. W.: Wilson L. S. N. G.;: J. W. Ellis  R. S; V. G.; D. Smith L. S. V. G.; W.  Harvey I. G.; D. A. McKenzie O. G.  J. D. Davidson R. S. S. ; H. Coutts  L. S. S. Rev. Dr. McRae. Chaplain.  After installation an enjoyable evening  wae-spent, several visitors being* present from Phoenix. On Monday evening officers of Snowshoe Lodge I." O. O.  F. at Phoenix were publicly installed  several local members accompanied the  district deputy to assist him in the ceremony.  Smelters   are Threatened  With Shut Down  Goal Company Evtdentally Unable to  Supply tbe Demand.  From Japan  of  To H. F. Mytton and the electors  Greenwood.  In resporise'totthe -above -requisition  I have decidad to become a candidate  for 'mayor at the- coming' election.  If "Elected to serve you I shall do  everything in ray power to further the  best ^interests of the city, conduct its  affairs in a business like'manner and  endeavour to gain for Greenwood the  position she is entitled to occupy as  the -educational, -commercial and railroad centre of the Boundary.  ���'.���'. Rajuph Smaii.Bs.  Annual Reports  Civic   Department   Officers Review  Year's Work;  Annual *.*eports from several of the  civic departments were received ut the  reg��larmeeting-ofTthe=City-Ceijncil on  Monday evening, Geo. E. Richardron  bandmaster, D.A. -McK. uzie, pres. and  L. B. Hodge secretary reported on  behalf of the Citizena' Band. Briefly  they stated that the number of active  members are 19 that the city owns 19  instruments..and four members have  instruments of their ovfu leaving room  for four additidnal players as soon as  'they can be "secured. , The city instruments are worth $415. That the city  band is an enterprising institution is  shown by their having leased the skating rink. The proceeds if any from  running the rink will probably g�� towards securing uniforms. The officers  asked that the.influence of the council  in maintaining the leading musical  organization in the leading towu of  the   Boundary.  ���|A. D. Hallett acting Chief of Police  congratulated the councilupon the order  ly town. During the year 80 cases were  tried in police court the majority  of which were for minor offences.  Mr.: Hallett also reported for fire department. During the year there were  eight alarms two of which were serious..  The department is composed of 5 officers and 21 men. More apparatus was  needed. Gossip says the department  is a useless bill,of expense but the work  of the department at the Williams fire  saved the city more than the expense  of the department for years to come.  The reports were received and referred  to the incoming council.  Among The Oddfellows  Officers Installed at Grenwoeft anfl  Ffeosiix  Last Tuesday evening D. D. G. M.  H.  B. Monroe installed the officers of  A Learned Japanese Metallurgist Htsits  ���r~   tie boundary .  The little men of the "Land of the  midnight sun" are easily holding their  own in the march of progress. Those  who think that Japan,is not an up-to-  date nation are very much mistaken.  She has sent her sons to the centres of  learning to acquire knowledge of the  modern kind and get an insight into  all that has revolutionized industrial  life. Greenwood this week was Visited  by a cultured much travelled Japanese  gentleman in the person of Kisabura  Yamaguchi P.H. D. . Mr. Yamaguchi  is on a voyage of discovery.- Connected with the metalurgical department of  the mining operations controlled by  Baron Farakaiva, a .Japanese joining  multimillionaire, he is visiting all the  mining and smelting.centres to gather  information regarding the allied ia-  :*'dustnesr^H^'^'ffi^Tt^^<8^inWi3ipi"  smelters on Wednesday and left on the  afternoon train for Grand Forks.  ' The mines wth which he is connect-,  ed employ 20,000. mens and produce,  l,500,0i)0 pounds of copper monthly.;,  Mr. Yamaguchi received his prelim-'  inary education in his own country but  he is a doctor of physics from John  Hopkins' University aud took a special  course in one of the German universities. *' ''' -yt  * R. Weill of New York and Paris who  is connected with' a large French steel  corporation was in the city this week.  He is making a tour of the mining districts.' ";*     _* . *   *  .  'i      ���    -i.'v' ��� *  ���  "R. CrLpngley intends shipping a car  of ore to thejjraelter shortly from the  Non Such.claim, near Boundary Falls..  With W. T.V Smith he made arrangements last fall to do some work on the  property, but an attack of fever incapacitated him for two or three months,  so that there has been delay in getting  a trial carload of 6re ready for shipment. Now it is being got out, and if  results come up to expectations work  will be continued ana further shipmen ts  be made. < The Non Sueh"' is one of a  group of^ four.-claims owned by the  Republic Mining company of Spokane.  Of the group the Republic and Last  Chance have been opened up, each by a  100-foot shaft on the vein and the Non  Such by long tunnels. The ore is  quartz carrying values in gold and silver  q   From Old England.  The Crow's Nest .Pass Coal company  are unable to supply rthe Boundary  smelters with a sufficient quantity of  fuel. The B,. C. Copper company'a  furnaces had to be. blown/out on Thursday, no coal being on hand. Thursday  evening a car of coal intended for the  mine arrived at Greenwood and was  taken, to the smelter. A. single furnace was started again on Friday but  may be closed down at any time as  there is no assurance of a steady  supply. The Granby company's furnaces are run only when coke is available. Today all are running, tomorrow one, two or more furnaces are  forced to close.  The absence of a steady supply of  fuel is seriously crippling the industry  in the Boundary. A month ago the  Times pointed out that with increased  smelter oapacity, shortage of fuel was  likely to arise and-suggested the appointment of a commission to see if  something could not be done to insure  a full supply of necessary fuel. A  presumably inspired-article appeared  in the Free Press of Fernie telling the  smelters -to. go ahead and put in more  furnaces, that they would get all the  -coke and coal required and that the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal company could  supply all demands. But the situation  today is apparently as serious as at  any; time since the accident at Fernie.  The smelters are living from hand to  mouth ..Delays and ''shut downs resulting; from shortage! of fuel are expensive.  " Mining: and smelting are the para-,  mount industries of this province Without considering those who have invested money in the industries, believing that the illimitable coal measures could easily supply all the fuel  required, the welfare and prosperity of  the people depend upon the continuous  operations of the mines and smelters.  It has been/demonstrated time and  againduringf the year thatthe;smelters  are increasing so rapidly that the coal  company is iin able to keep up with the  demand for fuel. The government has  extensive coal measures in the Crow's  Nest Pass and those should be opened  "P- . '      *   !    D. McVicar who has the bodd on the  1 Lancashire Fraction and E Pluribus  Unum has .bonded -the Marjory an adjoin ing claim from C. J. McArthur aud  Geo. R. Naden.     ;  Interesting Letter Prom Mr. Lumsden  of the Leeds Mercury.  James Lumsden, of the Leeds and,  Yorkshire Mercury, one of the British  editors who visited Canada last autumn  has written in his paper some interesting articles regarding this country.  Further aud more detailed articles are  promised as the following letter to the  editor, of the .Boundary Creek Times  will show :  This is to wish you a Happy Good  New Year and to recall to your recollection the glorious day I spent with  you at Greenwood .in September last.,  I have, not forgotten that, enjoyable  dinner nor the splendid drive up the  hill side on the following day. I  received the copy of the "Boundary  Creek Times" you sent me a few days  after reaching, home, and should, like  very much to see other copies of the  ���'Times" from time to time just to see  now the Boundary district is getting  along and to record the progress of the  mines for the benefit of British investors. I trust you have got all the papers  I sent you. You will see I am still  writing and have not- finished up with  Canada yet. 1 don't know if I have  written in a strain to: gratify the Can -  adiaus, but I know that I have adopted  the line most likely to awaken a sympathetic-interest here. The English  people do not care much for statistics.  To parade figures like the American  papors is the very way to,repel English readers. I am writing up a full  narrative of our tour which I hope to  publish early next spring, when I hope  to do more justice to the mining industry that I was able to do in the  space, at my disposal in our dail*"  paper. I heard the other day from Mr.  Anthony McMiillan who is at present  in England. Kindly convey my best  wishes for a good New Year i'.o- my  friend.Mr. Paul Johnson. I hope I  shall .hear from you soon.    Believe tne  yours most|sincerely,  Jamks Lxj^sdbn.  Masquerade Carnival  Mayor Naden left today for Rock  Creek where heihas business with the  estate of the late Thos. Barry. He will  return on Sunday.  To be Held at Rink next Thursday  Hlffht.  The masquerade' carnival which was  to have been held on'Monday evening  has been, postponed until Tbiisday  evening January 15th so as not to interfere with the Gavin Spence concert in  the auditorium. The cold weather has  made the ice in good condition. The  prizes are as follows: For best costumed lady prise donated by A. Logan  & Co; best costumed, gentleman. prize  donated by H. A. King & Co; best cos:  turned girl prize donatedby^ Smith-&  McRae;best costumed boy prize donated  by P. W. George & Co; best comic costume prize donated by Rendell & Co.  A concert will be given by the citizens  band and after nine o'clock the public  will be allowed to skate.  Several of- Daniel A. McKinnon's  friends in Greenwood received invitations tip attend his marriage at Spokane  oc, December 29th. The happy bride  being Miss Caroline Louise daughter  of Mr. and Mrs. Roderick McKenzie.  Mr. McKinnon was for some time con  nected with the Hunter-Kendrick com  pany in this city. The Times joins  in extending congratulations.  Boundary Ore Shipments*  1900  64 533  5 3+0   ..  19 444    ..  297   ..  Granby Mines   Mother Lode   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe   Sunset   Brooklyn  150  Morrison '.        \...   R. Bell   Emma        .....'   Winnipeg         [.1 076  Golden  Crown.....  2 250  Athlestan.  1 200  King Solomon            No. T   City of Paris    2 000  Jewel..   ...   ���.* 160  Carmi...:   Providence            Ruby ,...:���   Miscellanesus...  3 230  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  1 731  800  Total Tons  99 730  <W4M*W+WQWW***+*Q****'Mr><r(r*4*<r&  GE& R. NADEN  FOR MAYOR.  His Worship is a Candidate  for office.  APUBLIC MEETING  Where He Will Give An Account of  Stewardship.  389 618  ,  Mayor Naden has issued the following card:  I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the position of  mayor for the city of Greenwood. At  a public meeting, which will be announced later, I shall have pleasure in  giving you an account of my stewardship for the past year and announcing  my platform for the future.  G. R. Naden.  Came to Greenwood  Missouri Elopers Were Here for a  While  The Spokesman-Review is the authority for the following: After a race  that extended from Missouri to Greenwood, B. C, and then to Spokane, a  distance of more than 2000 miles, W. R.  Cummings and Mrs. Henry C. White  w-r-vc ui*,;V-; ���" thi- ci'.v ;.and wore ar-  raigti-;... ��� etnrc Justice Hinkle yesterday charged with unlawful cohabitation. The person bringing the charges  is Farmer Henry C. White of Canton,  Mo. t and his attorney R. W,.Ray, who  followed them.       "  Farmer White is a veteran of the  civil war, whereas his wife is 23 years  of age and pretty, Cummings is about  25 years of age, and at the time of the  alleged elopement worked for the White  family on their large farm near Canton.  He was the star boarder and star hired .  man.  In October Cummings and the wife  disappeared while White, the husband,  was absent in Texas visiting a sick  brother. Before going i: is said Mrs.  Whire took away with her more than  16000 in the insurance policies on the  life" of Mr. White, made out in her  favor before they were married two  years ago, and about $1500 in cash,  the proceeds of all the cattle and horses  .which had been owned by Mr. White  andwich were soldduring his, absence,  in the south.  Cummings and the wife went first to  Greenwood, B. C, and then to Spokane. They had rooms on Hilliard street  where they were found.  Farmer White, after the case had  been continued until Friday, said he  did not wish to prosecute.  "We have the insurance policies," he  said, "which is more satisfactory than  for me to stay here aud see that rascal  tried for living with her."  Phil. McDonald and James Sutherland now have the Elkhorn mineral  claim under a working bond and are doing some prospecting ou it with the object of finding the continuation of the  Providence vein believed to run into  this claim. Eight or nine years ago  some of the richest ore sent out from  the Boundary creek claims���and some  rich ore was shipped to Tacoma from  this district by Howard Walters and  those interested with him in 1893-94���  came from the Elkhorn. but the ore  shoot soon gave out. Several attempts  have since been made to pick up the  vein again, but so far without success,  but McDonald and Sutherland are determined to try their luck at it. The  Elkhorn adjoins Greenwood city on the  north.  Sig Kelsheimer of Collville who is  heavily interested iu Greenwood realty  was a visitor to the city this week.  W. Frawley of the Greenwood Barber Shop has made some improvements  oa his establishment. He has put in a  porcelain bath tub and in the the future  the price for baths at this popular shoo  will be only 25 cents.       4t Piisre ()  -Ttf  THE    BODNDAm    CREEK   TIMES.  ���, .���. , . (   ��� /'  Have you .--made any  New   Year resotutipns ?  A.re you going to keep them ?        '   .    '"' f'/  perhaps you are not   ' ' -.,������'  Rlenty of them haVe been broken  You tan make one that. is. easily kept.  ISJo'man can afford to not dress well -  Even in Greenwood,  '    ' . .** * ** ���' ..*:���:���;.*��� x  y\Jhy not resolve to get a new suit ?  You can get what you want at home,.  Elson the tailor can supply you ���������.-���..  And guarantee satisfaction.  Remember the name, and place  ELSON   THE   TAILOR,  '      ���   ' COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.  V'   V ,Y<h>ooo<>ooo<>^-<^  1 -i   rr\f\ r-ooooooooooojgQooqoooooqb'oo^^ "  ��be  Boundary Creek' Times  Issued eocry Friday  Duncan Robs Man-acini*.  Kiiitok  SLII'ISCKH'TIONS IN' AHVANCE.  1-"KK    YliAli   Six Mo.wtiii  ���   To r-'oKKiiiN Coi'Ni;nii-:s_   '    in? 1 HAY    JANUARY'I. l'TO.  X IX)  1 2:'-  2 50  serious inistakes were made. . ...  As was staled at the outset -we believe*  municipal matters should be freely discussed and rather favfir a contest. The  beautiful harmony , the city lias beeu  enjoying for .two years is getting, monotonous. We would like to scent the  smoke of battle. If a" light does come  let it above everything else he free  from those bitter personalities which  has taken the pleasure and enjoyment  out of u few municipal fights in Greenwood. " ���*.,;..-     *.   : :  THE MTltftoIPAt ELECTION  Since the  above  was  written  a* re  quisitipn lias   been   circulated   asking  Ralph Smailes to become, a  candidate  for mayor and he has  consented to  do   '._ | so.    Mr. Smailes has had  a  long, and  Next Moiiday is  nomination* t'ay  in j successful business career  in  the  city  the citv-    It is tlie duty of the   electors ; and iii   municipal  work.*1 The electors  <     , ii-  to nominate one mayor and  six  alder-1 are in the fortunate though  soniewliatr  difficult position of  net   being  able,  to  men to serve during 1W3. Should further nomination be made an election  will be.-held .on Thursday next. We  arc not among those   who  deprecate  a  make a very serious mistake whichever  way they vote. Notwithstanding Mr.  Sinailes' candidature whom   we 'would  ���;?������ Mun\5vthjnfeat iiu^ecos.sj.u^  to devote particular attent-  tion to Ihe teeth until the  appearance ol" the mouth is  affecteVl by damaged,' decayed or broken teeth.. Others  at\vq "tlve'V teeth' iVo attenti/Vif  til 1. pain fc;QiTi:jie1s, *theiu.] U /}:  '���The' sttipl��l)|Y /and ^liVvi't-.  sifrliirtliitsk :<b'i. ||ijHer policy,^  eviite.u'i.  - ���'��� ;' - *-���' \ s'~..::        v   ��� ;; i,.-  Eu'i'vniio who lliitiks  mumi'iTt oil 'the snbjiVt, k'liow^i  tliat loud criinijit lie masticated  s.'i t'isf.'ictfrri! v'i P onfr or more teeth  are tender, inllunied,;.decayed, or  othei'vise 6iil'"\'it' Nvorking'' order;  and if. this be the case, the. iiioiil.li  requires immediate attention. ...;- '  , DR. MATTIISpN(jf|5f}|aix\  DENTIST  N:ideii-l''i'iiod  r.li*iL-U-;'*(Ti*i:iiMwiinil.'r.. c. *  incorporated by Hoyal Charter.  CAPITAL,"  ^i,l)00,0OO--$4;866-;6{)f).66-  Reserve l?iin(l,^365r00()"$l,776>333.33  London BtiRliind.     II. STlKEMAN.Gciieral'IVWnager,Montreal,  j. CLMSLY. Supcrliimicleiit of. Brancliesl i; ���'"'** !}''���*-'     "- -   ''  l:i:inclii--*. riiul airtMiti. in .ill the i>i'iiicip:il eiiies of Canada ami' the .United Stated,  ;ni,l i-orresiioiidents iii all parts of-tlie-world.   -'-.A-i ';;   ';  CBP.ENWOOD BRANCH :''Coppc'r Street?     "���''""*    ''  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOiSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  00000*0<)0000(>OO.oaO(K)OaOOO(>0��0000000000<>00<K)00<)00000000  0<>0<kKK>0<>00<>00*00<KH>OOOOCKVO  SWEET  TOOTH  Gets active alVou't Xmas'  >. We can satisfy it.'  "D'i  elictons  ��� CHOCOLATES  municipal contest. Wc believe that, the | like very much to support  we still  ad  oflice of mayor  or   alderman   is  sulTic- j here to the position taken at the outset  ietitly important lo Jie worth  striving: that Mr. Naden has made a* good mayor  for and that the great body of tbe elec-1 aud ia entitled to a* second term. '  torate should have'the 'opportunity  of i .        ===n=r====r=~=r== ��� ���  ey.prc��injf their opinions should they j T"c grille Free Press has issued it  desire lo do so. ftu't such" contests j creditable souvenir number. The  should be fought on the broad grounds ; "la��^ >'* "citly arranged* aud ,&ll  of policy, not upon any narrow personal j illustrated. The issue is full of iti/cr-  issue. Bv upholding the right of the ! esliujf rhaticrVegahli.ig'the'toM>h ' aiul  people to exercise a   free  and  iintram- j U,e resources of the  district  surround  elled franchise, we d-)--'not   wish   to  be j inK' l(- ,____' ^       ...    ^  iiiismiclerstood. We arc not expressing j ��� The V'.ictoriaColouist republishqs an  dissatisfaction with the present coun-] interview with D. K. Manu which,ap-  cil. Taking everything into consider-1 peared in tlie (Juebec Chronicle and  atiou we think the city is-:to he eon- ; ornaments 'the same with ��� the scare  i-ralulated upon the good work done by ; head ''Warning to Canadians." "D.  Mayor Naden and the hoard of alder-]!).; Mann speaks of danger of the  men and upon the fact that the mayor j country splitting in two." The country  is seeking re-election. As the Times j is fairly well split iu two now. The  "stated lastSv'el'Iruvrevic^  the vear, no great projects were under- ' Mann and associates are after the 'other  taken hy the ciVy liut* it was not the | portion,  time for great undertakings.    Tbe work |  MINERAL ACT  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Tn blCWIS MBYEU, KICK DINA.NJ) IIASSR,  and Inaii.v jKii'sDii or persons to whom lliev  iii.iv linvc- iransft-rrpil ilit-ir intert-st In tlie  "WIMTK imusH" Miiioi-al claim situate  in Cnjipi-r .Cain.ii, in Uu'.Kr-tlli-' Kiver Mininir Division iif Yak- li'istrirt. iiritisli Cof-  ��� uniliia.  ^'on are lii-ivl>y uolilii-il thai we have caused  in lie e.vpenilod jjnS.iKi to In,hi the saiil* mineral  elaini under the '-Mineral. Act".that   Ihe  pro-  - .���,,.        . * . ,,r ,. ,,.i...* ,��� .... ' portion von should i-onliihiile lor  von   nndivid-  .1,000 in two yeais.     \\ .iletwoi kt, wete ; ll(1 ,,,���, ���.llf ������,,,,���,���, -,��� (iieal.ovecf.-iini.is.SHU.SC  uid if wiihin ninety days from the lirst public-  of the council was.putting the niitni  cipal house in order to be prepared for.  the good times that are coining. This  was done bv putting Ihe finances ofthe  city in first class order. The- lion ting  debt was materially reduced. Ihe bonded indebtedness was increased hy  only  extended, streets improved and all tlie;  civic departments maintained in a high  stale of efficiency. The business man'  who has held his own during the trying i  times of the past two years has done ,  well and what is true of this individual !  business man is true of the til v. I  II is a good rule  !<>   follow   in   iiinui- j  cipal life that   when   the   chief   uiagis- j  aiion ol* this notice yon tailor refuse-to tfon  lrihnte liie said sum of -?1o2.5ii which is now  due, with all costs of ailver'lis'iii"*, yonr interest  in Ihe said mineral claim will, hecoine vested ill  ns the iiiiilci'si|rni<d, vour en-owners under section lofan Ai'l entitled tlie*"Min(-i:il A,:l* Amend  nicm Ai-1" I'HHI.  Haled at Crei.Wnoi] This 7tli X'ovi'iiilier;' J'i��2.'  J\1ai��:aki-:t v. Mkhciik,  fi. '1,. 'Wooii.   JAMKS  CiKAIIAM.  Annii-: IIiuiscn,  MlNI^h'AT. ACT', ' '''"*   T  Certificate of Improyement.  NOTICK. . *':     ���:*' ;.  'Ma  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix  Fire Assurance The British  America  Assur-  Co. of L,pHdon,"Eiigiatid. .-'"      aucc Co., of Toronto.  The  Western  Assurance Co.-,,  of Toronto.  The  Canadian  Birkbeck   In  ��� vestment and Savings Co,  ��ES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  ^:THEh  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT; ^  s^  V-: '���[ *'i  .IM1JAT.S  Atl*,.AI.l.  IiOUKS  PR1VATK   KOOMS   FOK   LAPIKS.  TRY  OUR   COFPE'K,  Aft-  ,*: "rr--..'^-^!^",��'?..  9    *. DeiUer in Kruils, Ciwifi-ciiouery etc.: ,,  CK>0O*6*<kKiO0-OO00<KKXK^  Charles R. Wittock,  r.  M*" & ^ j? ji'a? *' j? i? tf jr,*;-'' j^ ^ jf   ,* jt.jt ������* & jt jjt jt jt j* j* j*,jA jt.jtjtj*.  '������"������' ;   -'-'���   " "' " ���'���'"���"i !''-';''"         ���" " ."'���:.'.':'.fct;  . ';"!&.;  '''������' '.",fcW  ������''.���'"fcft-  ������������������"^fcfcv  ,:I ���  "���*&���  ���������--��� Itfc"*  ....    fck  -����� ^-��. galgary BeervS  R GRIEGER, Manager. ,: ^>o     -^   ;':g  *>%  %% .  v* '.  **'  ���*&  -%%  :���>&  'm -  *&������  f&   1^  <t ' ��� '.'*   i "'...���.;���..*  , .'''.*.. *.���'.*.    .  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  ,    ������:    NOTIOU. ��� ,        ,   '  ���  ���T,A TbAZA" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Ketlle Kiver, Minium* Uivir.ion of Yale Hist  rict.    Where located :    Providence camp.  Take  Notice thai   T. .lohn . P. Mcf.eod, Free  Miner's   Certificate   Tti'.*"' !ll M'W" as':i(feiit*'fi>r  (.'.eoriieP. Miller, l-^ree aMiuei;'s Cerfiljcate,.No.  IS f��500(��< imend, sixty days from'the date hereof,  to apply to Ihe Mininir*kecorder foi'i a- Certili-;  cate of'  Iniproveiiieiits.   for    the    purpose    ol i  obtainiuir a CrovvnCraiit of lite above! claim.'      !  And   riirther  lalci;  notice that   action, andei j  section * Xi.  must   Jie  cotn.Menced   hefore the is-i  suance of such Cerlilicale of Improvements.        ]  " Dated lliis"2lsl dhy.of Octoher. A. IK, l'HG.   *    i  ��� bastin��. I)ec.--ih <tilli.;    A'   h * P- Mcl(l-:pl.t |  ,,l  irate has done well he should be.   given I '''MV^,''VL-.'!';,���''i.r-'.V-. v'"l-?\,^'"'  sf! vn!''*  ;        .ni tin1 Km111* K i\i*r M nimy I)i vi*mti of > air  a second trial.    No man should have   a |      '^'r^.u"^:.^'!^,'"'^"'.?   N";"' "' Vn"-vnu  cinch on   the   position   but   good   work ! .J^^^i ^^Z^^ ^"s.  trate to a second term.  the lirst year entitles   the chief   UK.ois- j ^ *f��-���,?1!.;:���I^*, l,1V.:":i?��:.^fcf'/V.V ���:!;;i,,,i:;*1;.ri?,^  Mining KeconltM    fnr;i (*ui ti Uonl��* "J   Imptovf  iiici'ils,  for tho  purposi*  uf-otitainiii^.a  Crown  Regarding the   aldermen,   wc   would , "^uXTm^c* that-.a-iion  under  like to see Aid. Smailes. Caul.iekl.lian- I ^^^ iSM"  Herman, Kii-kwoo.1   aud   Swayne   back!     "a'cd Uris3lsi. day ���f May. A. I). I"n2.   iu thecouiic.il     Thev all tfid good work.  In   the   smaller cities:   it    is   a   dit'lictilt i  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  not i ci*:.  thing to find men who care lo do   a   lot * AM.ANPY   Mineral    Claim,   shtiate   in    the  ! Keule     Kiver    Mininir   Division   of   Yale  of work for the citv without pay or   re-;        District.    Where located :    lu bmiir Lake  camp,  ward    ci'Cept    Mii-crs    and     criti lisnis. ;     TaKK XnTICK iii-ii   I,  C. JF.. Shuw a-reiu  ,,., , ,   ,. ., ..    . ��� for .lames Hunter. Pree Miner's Ceriilicate No.  Ihe    members   of    tin-   lollUCil   applied , n.v.i.u: iut.-nd, sixty days   i.-oin   i lie date Iiereof.  , i      i .        i       t.iapply loihe Mining' Recorder fura Ceriilicate  themselves to the woik tliey  had to  do * ,��� |m[,nm.niniis. for tlu- inupnse of olnainintr  . :: Crowir Cram nl the above claim.  i hey carefully  considered   every   mat-       a,���i  further take umice  that  aciiou.  under  . .. '   T .   >^-\\.i\\  .-T,  iuu>i   li.* cnuimenci^I. hefore the is-  ter that   ennie   up   U>r   discu*-,siion.     [|    S���;,���C1. ���f s,���.|, Certiiicate .,f Improvem-nts.  ,.   ,      , Dated thisSth d:u of Julv. A. D. 1'*I2.  notlliiur   great    was   ni-i-omplisiied    no       l-'irst i.-.sue Nov. >*. C. A. E. S11AW.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JhHN'CObMNK'and  any *peiislHi-'hr--|��i"r  i      sous !" whom he mav have  transfer red   his I  '"' "inlclVsi^ iu tlil- ���'"rii'*':'I'DP"'Mlheral claim "I  situate on the.-VVest   Kock-of- Kettle   Rivur. |  Iviiitf  N'irili  of and  nil juininjr   the   Kimh i  '-,. ,1'lill, iMifierrfl-'claiiv v in ;-l|iiJ,. Keille -Kiver|.  Mininir Division of 'i ale District. |  You are herehy iiotiticil dial lli.ivc expeudi-il  Sloj.51) in ord��r ,10 ltiild tlHisaidJiiiiueial cl.lirti  under tlie provisions ofllie   M'iiier.il- Aci,';tliai  Viui Shun hi cii'n trlli lite $sl.25 a'syoiir jiorliou  of  ilie said   sum   for  your  undivided'oue half interest in-said claim and if wiihin 'KHdays  from  ihelirsi inscriion of 1 his notice you   fail   or re-  fuse  lo contriluiie   Hie  sum  of *.'>1.25 which is  now  due hy   you,   loir-'iher with    all   costs   of  nilveilisinir*.   your   interest    iu    said    mineral t  claim   will   become  tlie  property  of  Ihe   sub- I  scrilier under section   four of an   Ad entitled i  the "Mineral Act Amendment Ad." l'lm. !  Dated at Greenwood. IS. C. the 2slli dav of i  liciober:Vm2. JOHN  M ATTII K\VS. ;  Last iiiseilioii Jan. .list. 1'im.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  XOTICK. !  '���MI'.XICO" Mineral Claim, siluale iu the!  Kettle Khcr Miniier oivisioti. of Yale !>is- \  iri,cl. Where loomed : In Triple I.nke ;  camp. !  TAKK N'OTICt: thai I, Albert  K. Ashciofl. '  l-ree Miner'- Ceriifieale   No.   li.'iiJio. act-  iutra.. a^*enl   for John  C.   l-'arr.   l'r.-e   Minei's *  Ccrtilic.tu- No. I;ri'.*,s2. imend.  si.\t\   days from  the date hereot. 10 apply lo the Miuintr Kecorder  for a 'eii i licit,* of Improvements, for  the  pur-;  pose     I   ol.tainin*.'  .1 Crown dram of the above i  claim  And further lahe notice that action, under}  section .*>7. must he commenced before the is- \  ���^uati.-i- nl such Ceitiliente of Improvements.        |  Dan,I thii, "01 li du\ of September, A. l>.. ViU2.  *4��  ,4s  4>  .4s  4^  4��  11  *-  1TJ^  Is what they all say. about  THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  i   Impossible;   to  cut  the;   faces   shaves  .*'.   ''   easily,, quickly" and cleanly,  ���'Illiisti-at(?d hbolclet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  ��� J5a"��� *    ���* -'    -* ���'���     '  ' ��� ' ^   *      * *'-".'  A McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company  *  Wholesale Hardware Merchants;  4��  4s      122 Cordova  Street, '?��� ��� . ": VANCOUVER, B.C.  sa^4,4,4.4.%> ^4.^$.-f ^^���& ���% & <& ���$4.^4*4^rf*#.  "STRONGEST IN THE WORLD"  ���  Assets.  .  $MH, 568,063.49 Sui-plns ^ i.^ S66,137,170.01  HZ ALLiBNBERG, Manager,,    -      /  I.(i5-(>0fi-(i07 Empire'State Uuililiiig, : -- Spokane,  Wash.  CHARLES T. KIPP, Cashier-  Office Tel. Browu, 211. Residence Tel. South, 801,  V  -J I  THE   BOITN )A.Y CREEK   TTMES  \  CORPORATION CITY OF GREENWOOD.  Auditor's   Report  of  the   School   Building- Fund for the  Year 1902.  RECEIPTS. PAYMENTS.  T�� Bh���m,/r0JIS^e"t ��"   acC("'"'of Hy sundry  payments, ail Vertis-  honus otfS.OOO  4 1*>t inn-hv-lin*- ntr * u��  CnSU!^*~?d for sale   of *5'000 ~   J* Gain Wd"or piVdhawoi lots  fPo r-Hh i���!.i"7        480�� Lot 5, Blo.ck 15        -<01  ���        fne��leie     d-   {���'.   ��r��vertiment I,ot 3 and 4, Bloilk 15        ��)50  for exchanging* sites ;        i ooo Uit 1 and 2, Block IS     l-'llOO  Taxes on ah ove    ���    86  * 2 447  Lot 19 and NM 20, Block 1.1        "00  Moving* house 240   ��� 940  By casVi paid Bunting* & Denip-  gey .on aceount ..:   3 575  Bv cash, paid architect   - 280  Bj-balance _ .,_ 2 575  ./S9 925 19 925  I. H. HALLETT, Chairman.  RALPH SMAILES,  Secretary.  I have examined the School BuHdlng account and find that $9>.,925 has been  received by the City Treasurer for this puxpose, and*$7,345 has been expended,  leaving a balance of ��2,575 to which should be in His hands in csash; but the  School Trustees and the City have only one bank account, aud the balance in  the bank to the credit of the City <?n December 3.1st, was only $263.76 in all. In  order to observe the by-law the City Council should pay over 1:hi��- $2,575 to the  School Trustees which should hereafter be kepltlin a seperate accotiut.  Regarding the expenditure of $7,345 detailed above $3,377 appears for the  purchase of real estate,: from which $1,000 must be deducted, this beiag the  amount given by the government in cash to the City for exchanging-sites,  which makes the net cost of the real estate $2,377, of which S537 was lost by  ���exchanging lots in Block 15, which cost$2,437, for S % Lot 20 atnd 21, Block-.ll,  valued at $900, and $1,000 in cash. /,  The trustees have paid $3,595 ou on account otthe building contract leaving $4,195, exclusive of any extras, due on completion agairfst vf hich the  government still owe $3,875 on account of their bonus.  W. E. HODGliJS,  Chartered Accountant,  January ��)th, 1903. Auditor.  ALL SENSIBLE PEOPLE TRAVEL  BY THE C. P. R.  PEED  AFETY  AT1SFACT10N.  The Tie That  Binds  MONDAY,  January 12th  1903.  Under the Auspices of the  St. Andrew Society of  Greenwood  TENOR.  BOBBETT'S STROKE OF [ECONOMY.  -AND���  Bu'bbett was in a despear-ate hurry to  reach home. He was already late for  dinner, and Mrs. Bobbet had addressed  an ultimatum to him ora. this, subject  that' very morning*. So. he chased a  car a block and a half and was breathing like a blast furnace -\yhevi he caught  it.  On tlve rear platform lie handed a  dime to the conductor arvd received the  cttstomar.v orickel in iretu.rn. But what  with the truster of his violent exercise  and the nuVmbuess of D-.is cold lingers,  he dropped the nickel ;aud it rolled of to  the ground.  Now, Boblbett isi a tuaji of economical  impulses. N.'ot that 'lie is inordinately  stingy, but he believes in having a run  for his money, as horsy people say.  He wouldn't nniJid giving-a nickel to a  worthy beggar,, but to throw one away  in the streets tseemed to him wanton  waste of a goo tl thing. So he jumped ���  jumped hastil.y and inconsideratly.  slipped down, .tore his trousers,crushed  his hat and rai:��e<\ a lump on the back  of his head.  Twenty miniltew later he boarded the  next car and took a seat beside a  friend.  ."What's the m atter, Bobbett?" said  the friend. *'Yo u look as if you'd been  argutng* with tins earth."  .Bobbett.told "his story circumstantially. 'But I .found the nickel!' he  added, holding the coin triumphantly  aloft. 'I've spoilt my clothes, and I  don't knbwhutTVe cracked ^iny "skull,  but I've got the nickeL' I expect Mrs.  Bubbett'll say tilings that'll cut like a  saw-edged collar, bitt, I saved that  nickel, just the same.'  'Fare, please!' said cihe conductor.  Bobbett gave him th<; nickel.���Brooklyn Eagle.  SOPRANO.  *\r  \r  \  \\  J  .  \J H.  CHOLER CHEAPER THAN COAL  'Why do you pack people into your  cars this way ?' asked an irate passenger, standing in the side.  'Well, you see,' the conductor explained, 'It makes 'em so hot. they don't  notice how celd tbe car is.'  0  1  vt  'Intiinsic value should never ligure  in considering* a Christmas gift.' 'It  J never does with me,' answered Miss  Cayenne. 'What touches' me is the  thought tliat anybody has been willing  to brave o crowd of holiday shoppers  for my sake.'���Washington Star.  ��t  KNOWLEDGE IS POWER  Artistic and Witty  Can be enjoyed by  All.  TICKETS - 50 cents.  Reserved Seats 75 cts.  ���Reserved Seats  for  Sale at]  'Good morning, ma'am,'-said Nappy  Doolittle, as the woman of the house  opened the front door. 'Could you  oblige me with a dime?'  'No, sir.'    ���*  'Or a nickle, maybe?"  *,'No, sir; I never give anything to  beggars.'  'Not ^eggar, ma'am; not that,' said  Nappy, in a tone of injury. T nm a  numismatist.'  'Oh. excuse me.' She gave him a  dime.    'What's that you say you are?'  "A numismatist, ma'am���a collector  of rare coins."���Brooklyn Eagle.  The  East   and West   Together  Leaves Greenwood 2:37 p. in  Arr Winnipeg 3rd dav 8:45 a m  Arr St Paul 3rd day 6:40 p m  Arr Chicago 4th day 9:40 a m  Arr Toronto 5th day 2:45 p tn  Arr Montreal Sth day 6:30 p m  Arr New York 6th dav 8:55 a ni  Through Tourist  Sleeping  Cars.  EAST���Leaves Duiimore Junction  daily for St Paul Leaves Kootenay  Landing, Tuesday and Saturday for  Toronto, Montreal and all Eastern  points  THROUGH BOOKINGS to EUROPE  Via all Atlantic Routes Prepaid tickets at lowest rates issued from all  European countries  The C P R is, was. and ever will be  the "Only Way" All doubts of this  will be dispelled by application to  E REDPATH, Agent.  Greenwood,B. C.  J. S. CARTER. E. J. COYLE,  DP.A., Nelson.      G.P.A. Vancouver  Spokane Falls & Northern Railway Co  Nelson &��� Fort Sheppaid Railway Co.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. N. Co,  Van. Vic. &E. .Ry. &    Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson. Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. Ha &  N. Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson with the K. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo aud K.  & S.  points.  Connects at Curlew with stage for  (ireeuwood and Midway, B. C.  Bullet cars run on . trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22, 1902-  Lkavk Akkivr  9:25 a. in. Spokane 5:45 p. m.  10:15 a. in. Rossland     ��� 5:10 p. in.  7:00 a. m. Nelson 8:00 p. in.  11:00 a. in.   (Millers, Grand   4:00 p.m.  S Forks)  O.ift a. in. Republic       5:40 p. ni.  ���v H. A. JACKSON,  j   General  Passenger Agent,  I Spokane, Wash  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  "ROI! ROY" Mineral Claim, siuiali-il in tlie  Kettle River Miiiini!* '>ivisinn (if Vale District. Where located : Providence Creek  camp,..west of and adjoining ''Iron Muiiiit-  alii" iTiiiiernl claiiii.  TAKE NOTICK  that  I, James   Alexander  Macdonold, aelliip* as a^ent for.lames  J.  Warren.   Free  Miners Ceriilicate   No.  1557300,  intend,   sixty   iltij's from   tho  date   hereof   to  apply to  the Mining Recorder fur aCertificate  ol Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  Crowu Grant of the above claim  And further take notice  that, action,  under  Section ;i7,  must   be  commeuced   before   Uie  issuance of aueli Certi"! -ate of Improvement.  Dated thin 23ml day of Septeintier.A. I)., ri03.  J. A. MAC DON ALU  i HiLvJiljin  'maun**** ��"^IV��"X.* k ���  A  List  of Firms Who  Are   Doing   Business in J:  ti  Greenwood.  -���X'-X^X'W^^^W^K'******^"^  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. Finucane, ��� Manager.  THE BANK   OF   BRITISH  NORTH  AMERICA.  W. C.  IT.  Bki.T,        -        -       Manager.  '    THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Henry,P. Mytton,/       -       Manager,  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING-  RENDELL & CO.,  Dealers iu Dry Goods,  Men's Furnish-  iiiR-s,   Boots aud Shoes.'Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., eic.  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  Gen ci  \  Copper Street  General Merchandise,"  \  Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL-LAW-CA11LFIELD CJ).,  ��� <?" r.UHTKl).  Dealers in   Hardware,  Groceries   and  Furnishings.  JEWELLRY.  MILLER BROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  S. BARRY YD ILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Je-voller.  Greenwood, 11. C.  MEATS. ETC.  .P.   BURNS it CO.,  Wholesale and Retail  Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C.  V. SEMERAD,  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  Fruits, etc.  STATIONERY, ETC  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "MONITOR" Mineral Claim, situaie in the  Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District. Where located : On llnrse-Oine  Mountain, Main Kellie River.  TAKE NOTICE thai I, Allien E. Ashcroft,  I-'ree Miner's Certilicaie Nn. Il.lfi^s aiMing  as airent for Owen Mellow, luve Miner's Certiiicate No. IVMI'i.!, and Jiicnli IVtcrson, Kree  Miner's Certiiicate .No. IMIilld. mlenil  sixty days lioin the date lierrol, In njmlv  tolhe. Mininir recmiler for ;i cei lilirale ol (ni.  provemeiits, fiir thi* purpose of ntitniniiifr a  crown (Irani of iin- aluive claim.  Aud further take notice thai action, under  section .17, must he coinim-iii'i-il lie fore the is  suance of such certilicaie of lui|irovi-nieiiis.  Hated lliis 30th ilavof September, A. I). I'M>?.  AI.HKKT K. ASIICK'OI"!'.)'. I.. S.  I.asl issue Dec. .11.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK.  MOf'.UL.   UTOPIA,   RAMBLER. DENVER  andcif AM1MON, Mineral Clainm.sitnate in  the   Kettle   Kiver   Mininir Division of Vale  District.       Wliere     localed :        Horseshoe  Mountain. Main Ketlle Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Allien E. Ashcroft.  Free Miller's Ceriifieale No. !!.1<>2io, acl-  iiHf as airent for Charles Dunliar Tom pie.  Free Miner's Certilicaie. No I'.'4-C.i. intend  sixlv davs from Ihe date hereof, lo applv to the  Mining kecoriler for certiiicaies nf Improve-  inents. for the purpose of otiiaiuinir eroivu  irrants ofthe ahove claims.  And   further  take  notice thai  action, under  section  .17, must   hf, rnmiiieiu-ed   he fore  the issuance of such cei'tilicatesiif iniprnvenienls.  Dated thislluh dav nf Sepfemlier, l'n>2.  ALBERT E. ASHCROFT,  I'.L.S.  1-asl insertion Dec. .11.  SMITH it McRAE,  Dealers   in   Stationery,   Blank   Bool��s,  Wall Paper, Tohaeeos,   Confectionery.  H. H. MUNROE,  Dsaler  in   Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  J. L. COLES,  Stationery,    Newf.papery,  Periodicals.  II.  A.  KING  .t  CO.,  Tobaccos.   Cigars,   Smokers Sundries,  Hooks, Newspapers and Periodicals.  THE  MAKT.  G A 11N '.* I*: .\;  WIC K V'.'l H)-,.  Real   Estate.     Money   to    Limn.     Fire  Life, and Accident Insurance.  TAILORING.  WH.,-St>M & (.'( i.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  \V.  EI.SON,  Mcrcliant T.iilor.  Copper Street.        Opp   Windsor 1 loti.d.  ASSAYERS.  WALTEK*  lv  SF,(":,S\VOK'J,II .  Provincial   Assnyr ami  Chemist.:.  Control Assay; a SpiVi.'illy.  Gri-ciiwoort. II. C.  DRUGGISTS.  J.  L. WHITE  Dl'lin-.o-isl.  Copper St.  M'lirii*��� mmim  AGENTS, COLLECTORS. ETC-  FKED  li.  IMiLMES. *.   ..  Agent,     Ciillcrtnr,     .lauilnr.      . Lartff  warchriiisc fiir   sli.rinn* ;i*on(l.s.  P.O. Hon* 25      KVsiili-nri-opp. city hall.  ���SMaft��s*��3*rtt'l.a'CJur.c.vj:^,--jw,��*ii^.;iaiii��,Ar.'rfi=*a^i*ii��i4-��^A-  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.  REAL FY INVESTMENT .t TKUST  COMPANY.  Limited.  Gkokgk R,  NadiC'-*. - M.*ui:i<-*i.-i:.  IiisnraiH-c, Mines, Stacks. 1-,'r-al Estalc.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS,  HALLETT & SHAW  ttAKKIK'J'ICKS,   SOUCITOKS,  No'i'AKiics I'np.r.ic.  Caiile  Ailitress -.    "ii.mi.kii.**  r-nnm   ���) l:,ll-'"i M'XeiU's    Unrrr-iwodo,  1 More.injr ;���. i\i-:i!  I.   I.i-ilie.r's. ���'������ r'  I.  II.   llrM.l.l.TT.  X. ". S1IAU*.  McLEOD d?: BROWN  HAKRrsTKK.s and Soucitoks,  N(it.akii-:.s PiMu.ic.  Etc.  Ollii.es:   Wallace-Milli-i- 1.1...I.-. u..|i|,i.|* ���-tn-i-i.  fireenu'ii.d.   !:.(.'.  .1. R. IlKiiti-N. .1.  p. Alcl,i;oi*.,  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE,  BARRiSTER and S0LIC3T0R  l\'i'ii(l''ll   liliick, Grocinvm.id.   II.G  OHARL.ES AE. SHAW,  Civrr. PjNi'.iNi-'.i-:i;,  DllMTSIOH       ANV        Pl.'OVINCIAI.  Land Sin.-vi-'-.-ni;.  GREENWOOD,    .-       :       .-       .-    n.    a.  A.   E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provin-'-'l   i.nri F-ii-vovr-r*  Mlnins and Enciiiccrhii; Survey*-;.  Unacrgrtiimcl Work a Specialty.  W'im.iI   I.!l<if:k ,'ih-.\i CiisIkiiis ii'lic- 1  i:i?i;r.N".Viin|i. i;. i .  7/liite's Prug- Store.  Wm. Downie superintendent  of   the  j C. & W. was in Greenwood this week.  m BOUNDARV   VAL LEV   L ODCE  No. 38.1. O.O. F.  ; Mci-Ih every Tuesilay Kveninu at  Six)  in   then  i loil-re room a! the Wood Hall.     A corilial Invi  ! tatii-n i* extendeil to all >ojniiiniiiL- liie'.lierii.  j D. A. Ei.-CKERIIAX. Fkf.o  B. Uoi.mfs.  X. G. Kec-Sec.  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  T1IF, GFM KKSTAMKANT,  C.  K.  Pittock, - Proprictnr.  FURNITURE.  T.  M. GIILLFY & CO.  Dealers in Furniture. Carpet-; ami  Linoleums, etc..  BREWERIES.  TIIK ELKHORN BREW FRY  Portman & Poktman.        Proprietor**-..  Iti draft or hollies :il all leadim-/  hotels.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LNJPOR C< i.  R.  tiKltlGlCK.  M.uiai'cr.  Agents for   Pabst   and  CalgJry Betr.  ,V:IN ERA I. ACT  Cerlilic-'io of lincrovonKMils-  \i rn (.**..:.  I'.m*/i*i���:���.  r,iiii.-,.ii (. i.in:..    ii, ii,.- !���:.-1111���  h'i-..i   Mini ni; Iii   i-ii-i; ��� I Y :������'<��� Mi- ii;, i  Win-re   Ini-.iii-.l :    I -n   '��� -oi, .hi i *i.���.���!..   M.iin  i Kelll.-   Ii'i-.i-.*.  I      '!'\Kl:  Mi'I'li I; th ii ,*.- . I*, lis   (i ii i.\-.|i ami  ; William    l:.,io.   I'o*.    -.on.*!-   ( ,-, i,!,. , *,��� No...  j i.l,.;;.7 .miiI I', m..;s-. n -|.,-. i A. i.i-. .i :i :.-,i.!.���.i��� ;u ii,o  ilium   tlie itai,-   iici,-,,'.     '.,   .'i'l'ii    liulu- ^!iMni>!  ! l\-i-��*<n*iii-l  I in* a t i -1 l i I.. :i t . - .. i   I tiij'o  . i .-.i.t: I ,. !.,!  j  I Itf Jill I pil-M- l>i   ��� 1111 .* I i 11 I 11  '   .1   I *! <���<    H   l .     If!!    -il     i h,-  : alio-, .-.-laiiii. '���  | Ami fin I her la!,,- ni.iic- iha. .-:i..,:i. mi-i.-i  ! !-i-i*l tun .V*". in ij������ t !���-.��� i <M;iili,*n��*.-.i :-.-l'"i, 1 !i.- i-.  ' --Hani*'- nl     in*li I *e iti in ."Hi   ��� 11  I in i'o. \ .-in i- ii I- .  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  ! T.i f.KOHCt; !MT[*l!- "i '-li.-1 ii> ..ii;i*.-.-m�� I-  ill ihe I'o'*. in.*--"I  !!i il i* h   ''' -I �� all.ia.    I'O:-..  !        i.ei-ior:  I V..11 an- licii-l.v lli-iilii -I ilia! i h-oo- -soi-nii: .!  ; f*;i:i!..iil ill ].,-! 1, .!lli i IM.;* :������ ��� -a * -ailr '! ' '..i-il, !.li !!n*  ��� *'ll aoiu.'iil.i la" an.! "* I* o* int.. o.a" \i'on'i.'l  ; claim-,, -una!.- tn i .u.-'.-i t am;.. ,;i il..- I-'i-nl.*  '.. Kiver Minini: \>A\ ii.n. r.,1.- li. nn't, llvii! 1  : i'. 11,111. >. i: i. an-!   th,-  ��� ii -a i   oi  *    ���'    :-"  ; : .-'  *   ill,-     .'I.I   il..-.!,-. lla- ��� at!!--  l'i-i-1..   .:,-.  , I*       ',*   l|...  ail..11   "I    nii-i i '.    ���'��� i I :���  Tinlili.-aii'.'t   .-!    . li, ii. ���' i   I.    *f'.:.|.--.    --a ,���:     '  \.iil.   ]..���,������!.   a   .  a.l.'.-ili- i.,..'.    -.',  ai    in'.,  i.  ] --nail  i���.-,-. !-...���   -,.--t...I   -.i-  ; i at a. in. . .;*.i :ii!-  I.. i ���>.. . -    ���  . ol ' iu- V., ii.-i a i Ai* '. ai-. .*������  j I '.tl--.! al O t.... !i ..-���'.. A  I -.'th. .1 iv i'f '.'. i*.l..-.*     ..I'  >11HI.  ."���iOl-'Pi TUF,    BOTiNDAiM     CREEK   TIMES.  l/>,  fr\    V{!  ->SS''(*->M.  ,^!*��y.!-T>.!'  11 i*  1  TO HAVE THE BEST WHEN-THE COST IS NOT GREATER,  We keep only the best Staple.and Fancy Groceries, all carefully selected,  Our prices are always Hght^-�����*����a��gP  F  L^Iiii^ ijtTO  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.  Killed at Smaltea  James Laidlaw was Itilicd at the  Montreal & Boston Copper company's  smelter this (Saturday) morning. He  was etigagetl on the lop lloor near  sampler and was caught in helling.  He was horrihly mangled. Cormier  Foster went to the smeller this iiioin-  ing and an inquest will likely In- held  this afternoon.  .1 oil ii E. Gibbons who i.-, now located  af Bl.iii���more N, \V. T. is visiting Unci I.v.  ~rmt~*rAvnr'ni~"^'���-a~n^-~-r*nK*���*"r,~'*>'''""-~-*r"*i'"''v'tK*"*li''t  or  ffQ  e Morses  Last Wednesday evening Duncan  Smith D. I). G, C. installed Ihe officers  of the local lodge K. of I', the. list of  which has already hei-n piililished.  After installation, refreshments were  served and au impromptu programme  carried out. Mas l\'. Hopkins of the  Scranton Correspondence school entertained the brothers wilh several phonograph sel actions.  A lire at the power house. Gianby  smelter on Thursday evening caused  about ��10,Out) damage. A poriioii of  the building was destroyed. The  smelter had to close down in consequence and as Grand Forks got   power.  from there   the city   was   in   darkness  Thursday  night.  Smith Curtis addressed a public  meeting at Phoenix on Monday evening. The meeting was: well attended.  Mr. Curtis spent Wednesday in Greenwood before returning to Kossland.  F. W. Swinburne's butcher shop at  Camp McKinuey was destroyed by lire  at about ten o'clock last Monday night.  The loss is stated to be about S5C0.--.lt  is supposed the cause of the fire was a  defective flue.  E. A. Dull'of the Bank of Montre.i  staff left on Monday I'm* U'inuepeg  wliere he will be operated on fur appendicitis. Last Sunday evening, after  the close of the church service, lie was  presented with a valuable gold watch.  There was a large attendance at* the  meeting, and Rev VV. A. Robins, M. A.  rector, in making the presentation on  behalf of the congregation, expressed  the earues appreciation of :ill*e.iiiiivnu*'il  of the valuable services Mr. Duff had  rendered the church in die capacity of  honorary organist during a period of  about three years His unselfishness  and zeal, combined with his musical  ability had contributed much to the  services of the church, and while they  wer  they  casion oi ins go  -cm 'i'o Tin-'������  This week Hie Providence mine shipped a car of high grade ore to Ihe Trail  si in-Her and a ca r of second grade ore lo  (lie Siiii--(.-I. smelter.  A. C. DAVIES  ItanagcT.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  MIX'KKAl. .ACT, mini.  Ceriifieale of Impiovements.  NOTl'T'.  NO K Til STAK.KlXC.KHA'I'.l-.* I'.KbL.ll A K I >  T( I-1! K A'l'.M Ol! NT A I a V 11'. W.AI ASS IXC K K  anil lioniill**,   Itlil-JXK   i-'r.-u-iioiial Mineral  Claims, si male in (he Kellie   Kiwi*   Mining  ilivisioii oi * Yale liisirii-l.     When- locaie'l:  ("in    lliirsi-slnii-    Moiiniaiii.     .Vain     Ketlle  ki\*ei*.  .   TAKI'.  N'OTICI". ihai we.  Mary   Turner  Mc  iVIviiii  anil   William  Craliani    Mi-Myn n.   I'l-iV  Miners  Cerlilii-aie  Num.   |:M->1)2 anil   lisl'HH   n'-  siu-i-iively.   intern!,  sixty  .lays   Iroin   ihe  ilale  heu-iil-   i'o applv   to  I In-   Minim;*   Recorder ior  Certi lil-.l ies ol'  filijirovi inellls,   lor   the   plll'imse  of nli la in in e* Crown loan is ol the abme claims.  And   fun her  lake   iimii-i-   Hun   action, innler  MlNh'.KAl, ACT,  Certificate  of Improvements.  MiTICI*.  MONTANA.     M'lXTA NA      Fix' A t T 10 N.\ I..  COl.l'KA l.l'*'.    IIIAIIH.    M Colli'. -\.    ami  \'I',V.-M>A.    Minei-al   I'laim-i.   sil iian-in tin-  Kellie   Wiver   Mining*    HivWiuii    ..I'    Yale  Disuiel.   .Where hiealeil :     Near u. Ciiiyon  Cri-eli. Main Ivenle K'ive.r.  TAKIC  NO'l'li.K Him we. Ah**:.   Wa.iilell and  William Crahain Mi*iM.\un. l-'n-e Mini.is I'erli-  lii-ah- Ni-s. ll-IP.-l.N'ami   Illll.lilH   n-speeiivelv. in-  l.-iul. sixlv days Iroin Ilu--lad-   lnrreol.  loapidi  lo die Miiiiii!r'Ke,*nr,lei- I'm* Ceriili.-au*   nl   Im  pmviMiienl.s. Im ihe pnrpoM-iil olilainine* i.'ri.wn  C. i .'oils ol i lie .allow- el aims.  And   fnrlher take   noliee   Ilia;   ai-iir.n,   under  seelinii  37.   uiesi.  he  eomineui-i-d   hi'l'ui'i-tin-i'--  Mi.'iiii-**.- ol* sueh Ceil i lii'a Ies ol' I iu poo i-ini-nes.  '   llali-d Iliis ast il.-iy of May, pic>.  Ai-1-..s* \V.\i>in-:M..  William (Ikaii.vm MciMvnn  l.ast issue .l:ni. *,!*-,.  MlNI-'.KAb   ACT.  Certificate of Improvemen is  NO'i'i'.i:.  -  MO NT A,   Mineral  Claim, --ilium-  in   llieh'eille  River   iMtnillLT   llivisiol!    of    Yale    llislriel.  Where  locaied :     Near in  and We-.l  "filii-  C'aiiyoii   Ci-eel;   l.aK-es.   Main   Kilt It* Riv. !*.  ami   South ..I iIn- !���'.! I��m-.*iila Mi.i.-i.il elaini.  TAKIC A'lTiei-; ihai ��i*,.ll. n.  llarie-s.   lid.  K::ekle.  ami    Marv    McMv'ihi.      *'l'*    Mi *.-*  Cel-lilieaie Nos. IKll'iH. IM.:!.'-:. ,-ind I!-Iiil.l-' :*e-  speelivi-li . iiipiinl, sixty ilavs fi-nui Mm .Ian-  hereof, Lo apply 1" I he .Miniu;.-* h'eeorilei* tin .'  ('i-iti lirale ol I no>i*.*-\ eui'.-iii-*. for llio puro. ������-*'��� el  ii Mai ii iny* a Ciown i' ram .0 ilu* ahovi.- elaini.  And   fm-iui-r   tak'-   noiie-   llial   ael i"ll. nml.'i'  -i-i'lii'il  M.   llitisl   he   eiillllllnliceil   lii-fole III  l{   Si! 5 -  Qter-Kendrici Co. Ltd.  :W----.  Januarv   1003   AiiiuHiiiccs   ��)tir��� Mi<.l-Winter Clearing  '���" '��� ���   Siilc.  THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON to W from.every.  <U'parl.inent 4WAV UNDER VALUE.  FURS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED.  -eelion  .V,'.   niiisl   he  ,-.iuiiiii-ii.-eil lielme I liejS;     -irini*.* nl* sueh i . 111lieaie nl I mi.i*.--. en*.ml-..  siiaiH-i-nf sueh I'm ���liiieaies ol* liiitn-.o-eiueiits.*   |     Hand lhi*-. el**.i ilav ol Mai. I'lnj.  Il.lli-il this ISlli ,|:u of .liilv. 1".:.  Makv 'I'i'kni-.k  MyMvN.v.  William '*.i.*aii.\m MeMVNN.       j  I.asi i-.sue .Liu. 25.        ��� i  II.  II. P. IK Mil..  tin.  K'i*li. 1 i..  M ,\KV   Mi.'MVNN  25 j)cp cent off all I<Aiirs, including Collarette,?,   Caperetts,  Victorias' and MuLTs.  2$ p<--i" cent off all Men's Cloth'iiio-, Overcoats   and   Mackinaw's.     Coiik^ while tlie bargains kust.  ITie  er-iuidncK to,  Ltd.  -in*  Ian.  THE BEST BEES IN TOWN IS MADE BY  r  I Pi Hi 111 fi iMfrWl  Hv^   /  / ^  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Propt'ic.orr.  ASK  FOR  yv_JJ'-N  ��w ^mk- %Wi  %^ m0 rW)p  ot Xmas-1  r-7. % ��wra vf* mist* -e.TjLTr��t*H" *��*i.,,'-Tn.l!u'��r ^"i  'Wc ;irr on ilu; llrinff lim1 ;ii-r:iiti with <".tr IninUsonic  IlolUlav (JuoOs.  3 tfk- Holly in wreaths and vines,  Yjpr Manicure, Brush,  and Toilet Set  k f h^ Ebony. Sterling' Silver and Cherrj  }��^ Military  Brushes,  Gent's and CI  �� v.  IV'���^i.-'V  II III Hi  iUnn ill  nrmifte  ,-ices of the cliurcli, nml  while  llu-v                                                                                                                                                         ,i'f & .^ "yy��L  Jfi/f* J��TlA       *Tfev  **?$fw *'vtfet d*S  e sorry t.,at i,e w.,s leavh,,* the,,,.      The Elkhorn L^e.i' Beer Contains oniv Pure Malt Hops, Try   k^ i^t WL wk   2M WL i\ %\  y were especially "Tieyed ;il the  oc- IT. i T,  .    ,       ,            4 VJ       . ^         .     ���   . .       .    '     ,,  t.       ,      f        r t  x  i       WaV      KM             BX         tm   14$            Wi J^feC 1  bn of ���u goi���ff*                         It! h lS kePf on drau^ht c> �� B����^ bV ^ thc icadinS Hotel   ; ^ ��� %L    Ji Jf ��� ��^   M W^  J  s in  y.  hild-  rens' Brush Sets. Perfumes, singles,  doubles and in cases. Atomizers and  Sprays, Sachet Bags and powder.  Tr-ipple and single Mirrors. Patriotic  China ware.  ('hi ^:"ids ;irr bi'.Mi! ilul. rail ;iik1 iii'-pi'tH for yonrst'tl".  S^��    fi   *$  ^ ^i  R    mrt ' H 111 1 Mil ^wk ^ -x   -,    /r   a    *.  I; L. WHITE,    - .Druggist   *  ���^ w* ju jx jx ^ & & jt j* && 'ji jt J/.J?, jfi jt & i��t jt .^, j* ji jt fi fi y. fi .y, j$ fi fi fi ,y. fi fi fi .-z fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi.fi fi .fi .<:.��   .,<s fi fi. * ..>.; fi fi fi ..< ���,* *.*�� ������'���" ���* -3 -���* ������* '-s -* ���-$ ���-"- ������>' -** -5 --��<?.* fi & .fi fi fi fi fi fi fi ���  Kl ill i U  I  i   s   1      ia���  t r^ : f 1 I   11  fc^     V%^'   \J.        j^ y^ j��   fa  m.  4-  t  ^ -^'ffi   /fl  ii 11 i I ^\  "-��������$  ���4*  1  ���<���  w  m    1 \| M k i   i  P-  v 1 ^ "4 ii U rf- b  w>  x ~j?-r.'xi#2.Tr*v2.'z-*i^i tuiKrtj* joamtrtin l^^u^.r-'  i  IMPORTED    DIRECT  *:  :    :   FROM    :    :  ^% i  I  I    I    I   I ^1   lv f'    ''%  ��J* %J   k    A    III     V   -   *  3  V- ^  1J*>  THE   OLD   WORLD. %  %      1   ftAJLLa     .1 liii.1^%/1^^ . , . HOTEL, j  ? y ^ S' ��"��� >" y��'' ^ fr" >���" af t>"' ��"���>"' *' ir j'' ��"' ^ **��' ^"' ^' y >" a��v ����"��� j'"' ?-''��" {���'��� �����'��� ''���'>'��� i".":.-.-*' ^"' ^'~��'; >' �����>'; ��'��� >'; >'"����: ^ ���'' ^'' '������' '���' "���" -*" ��'">'' ^ ';l!r'^lj*jlfr.^i^-^l^'.^'ji'iililJi''.JiLi:~!ilii��-^Ji..  %'  /��� HOTEL. 5  S' S''/-" si11.- S' ��' a.1 tH" *-��" if y ��f T  't^S&rJfWkli-;'1.''"   f  ..t;,i'��  kl   Fa   �����  ft    1      g  ilk 1  �� ��'S*J  M''  1  /.���' ' ;-*A  i*   :l.il**'*:*'  > ''II- A  f  ^!^y  I  -li C;  A NEW LIME OF  SCISSORS,   POOKET KNIVES.   RAZORS,   TABLE   CUTLERY,  TOBACCO.    CrGARS    AMD    HOOKEY   STICKS.  WE HAVE SOP/IE FINE JEWELRY, DiAMONNS., PiNS, STUDS  AND RINGS, FINE FIRE OPAL PIN, LADIES,   EM ERAL  RING  VJITH   DIAMONDS.   SOLID   GOLD   AND   SILVER   WATCHES.  AND   CHAINS.  *****=*"**   PIANOS,   SEWING   MACHINES.    OLD    AND    NEW,   A   COMPLETE  LINE  OF HARNESS,  HOUSE GOODS OF ALL KINDS OLD AND NEW.  J "�����*����. w.'Vr,- -:���.''  . /. c  If  ii  vv HI 1 tz  (r     %.-j3?aa "Jl'-2S��'  Opposite Hie A. IL Sperry. THR   BOUNDARY   CKBJEK   TIMES.  1  \\  \  Prom our line of office and  pocket Diaries, we can supply  yon with just what you require  at rig'h prices���from 25 cts up  Smith S* McRae  Books,  Stationery, Wall Papers, J��te.  A Gallery of Pictures.  Reproductions of Water Colors and  '*f.    " - 0ils- *"*v i  The special set of ten pictures-which  the Free;Press, Winnipeg", have been  giving" tb.subscribers to tlieir Weekly,  has been withdrawn. Hereafter subscribers to the Weekly Free Press will  receive twelve pictures on' receipt of  their order, and one additional every  month 'during 1903. We have received  from the Free Press tlie special twelve  painting" reproductions,.,., They are  beaiitiesi'aiid'vv.ell'wotthY of a-.piace in  any home; -TbeJpictUres*have evidently been!' selected, with great care, and  cover, astheir ti'tles 'would indicate, a  pleasing' variety of subjects.  The set consists of the following* .  "Yachting,!, "Algerian," J'Rpnian  Boy," ".Polo," "Spaniel and Duck,"  "Chrysanthemums," "Smooth Sumac,''  "Coachirig*,"' "Du'cile" (a splendid  picture 'of . a horse), "Jacqueminot  Roses,"Indian Maiden," and "Pointer Dog ;��)ddsides." The last is an  artistic^picture of a dog so'well executed as to be scarcely distinguishable  from a delicate water color.  Small Voters^ List^  The* amendments to the municipal  act passed at the last sitting of the legislature raised havoc with the voters  list for the" municipality. Under the  new law'license holders are compelled  to make a .statutory declaration similar  to that "demanded-from householders;  Although-due noticeijiv'as given of the  changes oiily ohelicehseholderand few  householders took the necessary steps  to get enrolled,"thinking* that no election would be held. Now that there  are two candidates in the tield many  are kicking,themselves for their negligence. Under the circumstances a  comparatively small vote may be expected. It is not probable that more  than 150 votes will be polled on el.ction  day.  The Sacred Henri hospital gratefully  acknowledges donations from the following on New Year's Day: Mr. Ralph  Smailes, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Walsh,  Mr. and Mrs. Methot and Mr. I<amb.  C4eo. C. Hodge superintendent of the  Vernon & Nelson Telephone Co. vvas in  the city this week.  Henry F. Mytton manager of the  Greenwood branch of the Canadian  Bank of Commetve returned on Tuesday from a pleasant vacation spent iii  Victoria. K. Fane Sevvell who was acting manager during* Mr. Mytton's absence returned to Vancouver by Wednesday's train. Mr. Sevvell thoroughly  enjoyed his visit here. He likes the  town, the people and believes there is a  great Suture in sight for Greenwood.  The good feeling is appreciated by the  many friends made by Mr. Sewell during his brief stay in the city. After a  brief vacation iu Vancouver, Mr. Sevvell will go lo the Seattle branch.  Dr. IT. S   Keith of Cranbrook   i-5 vi>.  itilit;* his brother W. S, Keith.  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  To A. I1RANSON.   I). K. CA M H!KT,1���   I).  A.  C'AMKK'IN mul any others coiii-imiiimI :  Ynii are liei-eby imtificil Hint 1 li:ivv <>x|ii*iul>!il  in lahnr and iiiiprovi-nu-nls on tlie "Moston"  "ToiiiiiIo" and "Si. Louis" Mineral i-laiim;,  silnale in CranlMMT.v Crock, Wi-M l''nrK* nl  of Kellie Kiver, in ihe ICell.le Kiver Mining  nivisinii of Vale Dislriel. Ihe sum nl Three  lliiiiiln-il Dollars, anil $7.5n for reroiilinir Ihe  sann.', siifli lieiiitr lile .-iiiitiiuit rei|iiired ami  iii'i.-i'Sffiiry I" hold ilu- sai<I i-l.-iinis nuclei- the  |ii*nvNinim i>( ilu- '-Mineral Art' ,'inil .-V mi- nil i nif  Acts; and il al tlie rx-iiralion of iiineiy din s  from Ihe dale of ihe lii*sl pnlilieatioii of thi.',  nolli.'i-in the Ihninilary (.'reel; Times \on fail  in* refuse in eoiilrilinle youi- poi'tinti of sucli e\  peniliture, naniel.v S2-HI..S". loei-ther wilh al  i.-osis nl* ailvi.nisiiur, your interest in s.-inl  mineral claims shall liocnine invesled in me  (y our fii-owner) upon liliii^in Ihe in*o|iei* ol'liee  in thai helialf ilii-ailiil.'ivii rei|iiireil hy Suction  ���I of I lie " Mineral Ai.'l A mendnioiii Ari, l')i��i."  Ilali'il lliis Zs'ih day of Ocliiher, l'lit!.  jnilN.'N. i:UEI>l5X.  r.asl |iii|)lii-nlion Jan. 31, illn.l.  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATRS     FHKN1SHKI)      FOR  ALL KINDS OF WOFK.  THE NEW  Remodelled, .Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer .-Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  E6tt>ney'$t  Local and Personal,  Dr. Mathison vyillbeat Phoenix until  the ISth inst.  The survey parties of V. V. & B.  working" from Curn.iv towards Midway  and from Myers Creek eastward met  this vveek'about one mile above Midway. Both parties-moved to Bolster  Wash, from which point the survey  will be continued westward.  ^���f  and  ��� *��  3u$t arrived*  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Rubber Stamps  SlwU.S. STKNClt.S,    I'KtCI-:   MAICKKKS,  1'UiNTiNf;     wii i:r:i.s,     nu.mi-.icki.vi;  ll.lCHINES, HAN'II DA'I'INIi ANll NUM-  llliKI.Nd STAMPS, CIIKCK PKKl'OKAT-  OUS,        KU1SHKK        TYl'li,        I'lUNTINn  FHAMLli STAMP WOltKS. Vancouver  limited.  ���     --*"^ - -'-        K-. ���**-- -   -    ���      **JSrv-  '%&.��������&��$  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right,  E. W. BISHOP  STEAMFITTING, HOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.     Satisfaction   Guar'J  anteerl.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood'  01  A    Lars^e   assortment  English Ju Jubes and  other  fancy'candies.  Lovers'of higii class entertainment  should not forget the Gavin Spenee  and Flora McDonald concert given  under the auspices of the Greenwood  St. . Andrew's society at the Auditorium tiext Monday evening*. These  delightful. Scottish entertainers are  receiving flattering notices whereever  they go.**'- ;;.. .*.*���.,..>.\**,-'.*���  F. M. K'lkins has opened a lire insurance office in the Rendell block. He  has beeu'appointed agent forthe Norwich Union, Caledonian and other  strong companies.  We desire to extend our  thanks for the very 'liberal  patronage accorded to us  during the past year and to  wish all our patrons a Happy  No \v-��e a *r-��� - ��� - - ������ - -��������� - - -���  CF*  CF*  0^  Cr*  0=^  G^l  Cr*>  (F<  (F*  (r*  Cr*  Gr*  Gr*  <F*  G=<  (r*  (r*  (r=*  Capital, all paid iip. $12,000,000  $8,000,000.  Presiiloiu .    Lnun S'ruATiirns.i ami Mount Royal.  Vii.-e-l'i-.wiilRiii :    Hun*. C',*i..iii((.i.; A. 'llmiMJiosn.  r.i-iii-i*.-il M:iii:i(!'ifi-:    K. K   Ci.ui'Ston.  Brandies iu London, Ens. ���! ^ir'ir^^. '<  liny aiHi'scll SierlhiL' Kxcli:uii!*�� ami Cnhlo 'rraiisfurs ; (ii-.iitt Commercial an  Travellers' Crcilits, avnilalilc in :uiv jiarl"fif Hip ivnrld.  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  New York, Chicago.  te9  TimMMMMmmMmmi  watoaw -nABK OF fOMMERCE"B  With Which is Incorcoratecirt!ie  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000.  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.  Rest, $2,500,000  !5. E. WALKER, General Manager  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  WMmmmmm  ing & Co*  The Trail smelter, tlirouyh its ore  buyer, D. W. Moore, phas bonded tne  Seattle, a*,well known North Fork proposition, forS97,000." Development work  will be started immediately. According to the terms of .the i-agreement the:  smelter company^wiil exipen.1 S1000 per  month ia developSient'\vork.^.XDre ship-  > *-'^v'*   --: *���'**- T-** V  nients will be made'���*continuously, a.s  teams have been :Len'g*a^ed to haul ore to  the C. P. R. tracks;' The Seattle i.s situated on the west'side of the Fortlj Fork  a few miles below the Volcanic mine.  It has a big" surface showing of pay ore.  It is owned by a company in. which  Robert Clarke owns the controlling interest. The minority interest is held  t>y Neil McCallum and Charles Hay of  Grand Forks.  Copper Street.  mmm  1HEADOUARTERS'  FOR  DOLLS,       TOYS,  LEATHER   - GOODS,  CHINA WARE,  CHRISTMAS  NOVELTIES.  and hosts of things  suitable for Christmas presents too  numerous to mention  Prices at Rock  Bottom, p  J. L. COLES.   I  .x-��:��:��:��:'��>��:����:��x��>t">t"*>'t"t*<,,t,<".'*'t"'"'"*'*l'  i  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND  SIGN WORK.  P. O, nox 2%. -PHONK 170  W. % mcmillan $ �������,  UHlOLRSAI/JC UKOCUK'S AND AGKNTS KOK  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  BRANDS.  WO'TST'O'crR^'NC"���^TSIiVKlUli-^TTvv."'---^ ^iKirMTlvlT       ~ ' )UR-SPReiAh~"  FA, JURTILUO,.       Kl. CONHOK.       SAKANTIJCA IXiS,    SCIIIbLl-VR  Corner   Alexander Street  :ui(l  Coliunbiu  Avcuiu-,  Viiiu-onvcr, M. C.  a  *b  ^*.<  h\  Is now in lull swim  BULK  OYSTERS  Trv  niit*  Copper vSl.    Crewnvc  ;,.;..;..��..j..X~X*,*>^,M"><"X"X,->t',,5',*J*'*X*,'>  .XK"X*^<"XK*,CwJ^tMXKMXMJw>4M^w><,*>  Iiii]M)rl<-'<1 1-iy i's 'liioct  fnitn  and nf yoori (|ii;ility.  Ilu*   \><A(}>.    Strictly   frcsli  <l  n  % �� a a ��s # # >:* '-����#������ a �� �� * * �� �����:*�� �� ��s*�� * �� o * �� * -:s * * * *���� * * * * ����* a v # #������ �� �� ��  ���.������:������:������>���>���:������.������.  ".".".".".".**.  .*. Well healed rooms at modernie  *j* prices. Also first i-lass board  ���> liy day or week.  j       THK  SWAYXF.   nOflSR,  ���> Silver Street.  *S* fireenwoof.  ���:��w-x-:��>x->k~x~x~:":-X"X"X~:    t  h&i  DEALERS IN  *  4  ����^*  .*�����  CARPETS, |  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  ���     COPPICR S'l'KICICT.  'y.X^-C-X-X-X-X-W'-X-:  GKKi-"..\\V001>  *��x��X"X":"X~x~:~x-<-x-x~x-:~> Pag-e 6  THE   BOUNDAAl    CEEEK   TIMES.  V  Vi  By Enslcrn catalogues.  Dont's send cast for Xmas  presents because they are  . cheap and get something  you don't want, Come and  see ur goods and get out  1 o guarantee satis-  actiou������   Curling.  President   vs    Vice-president   Rinks  Complete Initial Contest.  Last evening the final match in the  contest between the president and  vice-presidents rinks was played at the  ciirliiiy rink. The total score shows  in favor of the president. Below are  the rinks and scores :  PKHSIDUNT VlCIC-l'KKSIlWNT  Rink No. 1.  J. A. Russell, skip 11 ; W. G- McMynn, skip 7  ]>. A. McDonald 12. G. Warren  J. McCreath, Jr. J. McCreatli, Sr.  \V. F. Smith W. T. Hunter  ^���iKl><��<tK#<^  -����$  A. LOGAN &Co  Watchmaker  and Jewellers.  fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi fi  J. A. ZELLER,     Prop.  Comfortable rooms by day or  month.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  Beard   snil  Rcon:  hyt ~?.r. incnth  525,00.  *"-jp Jf Jf' f & &'*? S^ *���" & & 8? S*1 *? J? Jf'  Connections with  Western Union Telegraph Company-  122,000 oflices in U.S.A.]   AND   Great North-Western of Canada-  [2,(10 offices in Canada.]  CABLE ���SERVICET(L ALL JFHOORLI).  J. C. UKLM, Ollice Manager, Greenwood, Yi.C  TUI.EIMIONU NO.   12.  Write to  J. 1.1. 1  - FOR  Harness  Saddles  AND ALL KINDS OF  HORSE GOODS.  Special prices to Green- |  wood customers.      |  Mail orders  promptly  attended to.  RILEYXMCCORMIGK.  Rink No. Z���Jan. Sth, evening.  J. S. Birnie, skip  E. Hisliop  C. A. Dempsey  IV. M. Law  10.       J. llumphrev, sicip 7  A. W. Whiteside  A. Logan  P. McDonald  Rink No. 3���Jan.  C. 15. Merrlt. skip     13  Dr. M. Fester  P, J. Fiiiueaiie  1\ Parry  W. L. Gordon, skip 11  R. M. Smailes  C. O. Steer  A. N. Wilmot  Rink No. 4.  T)r. A. McRae, skip 13  Dr. Simmons  F. Keffer  Dr. R. Mathcson  K. C. Frith, skip      10  G. B. Richardson  J. N. Paton  G. Evans  Rink No. 6���Thursday, Jan. 5lh.  G. C. Hodge, skip   17  11. Drown  G. McEwen  W. Cookson  C. A. Attwood, skip 11  T>. Ross  C. Sorenson  P. AV. George  Rink No. b.���Jan. 3rd, afternoon.  A. D. Hallett, skip   7  11. C. Shaw  I". Lewin  A. N. English  Total  71  F. Ketchum, skip   17  W. C. H. Belt  G. Burnside  G. Cunningham  Total        - 63  A rink of Greenwood curlers will  play a return match at Phoenix next  week.  The Lyon Boarding School.  ,3m%&tttf&^M%Sffi88ffi  Earnest Russell son of J. A. Russell  of this city has attained the distinction  of having his name placet! on the Roll  of Honor at the Lyon Boarding School  for boys, Spokane. Three boys only  have attained this honor. The Lyon  Boarding school for boys is an institution that earned flattering testimonials from the parents of many boys  who have been educated there. A. L  Steel a merchant of Trail writ.-s a-  follows;  Trail, B. C, June 23, 1902.  Prof. James Lyon,  Spokane, Wash.  Dear Sir:���I received yours of June  21st to-day and am very much pleased  with report of Marion's yearly examination.  I have examined Marion in some of  his studies and am satisfied that he has  made great progress, especially in  arithmetic, and Mrs. Steel and myself  take this opportunity to thank you  and Mrs. Lyon for the care and training you have given him. He has exceeded our expectations.  He comes home in perfect health, a  gentleman in behavior, and with a  good start towards an education.  I am, your respectfully,  A. E. STEEL  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood  PUBLIC NOTICE.  Is hereby gi veil to the electors nf the Mur.i  cipality of the City of Greenwood that I require the presence of the said electors at the  City Hall, Greenwood,on the 12th day of Jan-  nary, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing* persons to represent them in the Municipal Council as Mayor and Alderman.  Vurther notice is also given that nomination  for one School Trustee will be held at the  same time and place and au election, if any,  will take place at thcEiime time and be under  (lie same regulations as that for Mayor.  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  bu as foi lows :  The candidates shall be nominated in writing; the writing shall be subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as proposci and seconder, and shall be delivered lo tbe Returning  Odicer at any time between the date of the  notice and 2 p. in. of the day of the i.oniluatioii.  and in tlie event of a poll beinir necessary, such  poll will be opened oil the 15th day of January,  W(13, at the City Hall, Greenwood, of which  every person isheaeby required to take notice  and govern himself accordingly.  Sec. 14.���The Council of every City Municipality incorporated after the 23rd day of April  1102, and of every City Municipality hereafter  inCorporated , "Shall consist of a Maj'or and  not more than nine nor less than live Alderman  a. After the lirst municipal election the persons qualified to be nominated for and elected  as the Mayor of such city shall be such persons  as are male liritish subjects of the full ape of  twenty-one years, and are not disqualified uu-  clerany law, and have beeu for the six months  next preceding* the day of nomination the registered owner, in the Land Registry Oflice, of  land or real property in the city of the assessed  value, ou the last municipal assessment roll,  nf one thousand dollars or more over and above  any registered incumbrance or charge, and who  are otherwise duly qualified as municipal  voters :  b. After the first municipal election, the persons qualified to be nominated for and elected  as aldermen of such citv shall be such persons  as are male British subjects of the full age of  twenty-one years and are not disqualified under any law. and have been for the six mouths  next preceding the day of nomination the registered owner, in the Land Registery Office, of  land or real property in the city of the assessed  value, on the last municipal assessment roll, of J  five hundred dollars or more over and above  any registered incumbrance or charge, and  wlioj are otherwise qualified as municipal  voters.  G. B. TAYLOR, Returning Officer.  c  0  ���>^  0'.  ���m  ���m  ���m  Goods  Men's  oots m S  Going at Eastern Prices.  OUR BIG ANNUAL  9 ��  C*iC^e��  Commences Monday, Jan,  "Vinixter'  This Sale will be  1* CfcliStibL  m

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