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 ��  ���<}  i ,: ���/.  *" ���-.'���.;>-**-i v. ;v �� ;i  *.*���  'I ������: 1 A .*��� '*��� )    .<.*! I V  .1":..���������*'.* ji:,-''fi"l-;t"  :'��:''m'  3��i''  .'? .GREENWOOD.  B.C. 1TRTDA,Y, JANUARY 16.  1903." "  -IS  rvi  "X-"'  Greenwood!  has^Beieir  Reorganized^  8'  Matches i; Play'W'' With.   P'lio'ehix-  ; ; Greenwood Curlers Win.   J  ^...^'���^*i;*-^^*C.^,.��i'-C:*'V<-i'-.;<-v*C'0-i>-^-��'*.'-'.**  A large, meeting*,.,qft\hockey?*:t>nth:us��  iast3}jvas^''"rield*a't*the'*;b'ffi"ce*'of'*'''Ar'tihur  M. Whiteside,   barrister,   on Tuesday  * -   *j ' ' ��'-   t- > y     I '����� ' ���**���       ���' <<  eveitihg last?fpi; tliej pn*bosi�� '-pf rie-  orga-riizing    itie\ Greibiwcfoa.' .'Hockey  l Officers were elected-for the season  as .follows:���Hon. President, ��. J.  IMtittcane ; Hon. Vice-Prehi'a'ent'/H. F.  Mytton; President, Capt. Harry Johns;  Vice-President, Arthur M. Whiteside;  Manager and Captain of the team, -E.1  G. Warren"-*. Sec'y-Treas;,'';B:V.\Vent-'  worth* Monk; Committee; Messrs. K.  O. B. Frith, Logan and Merrill.   ��� o   ���  It Was decided that the Club colours  should not be changed so that Hie  members and .their friends, will be required to pr6Vide'"'llio'mselves with  large^qu^V't��esiJof,;greei^>,and>.black,  ribbdfijiifi'litf orig'. team hak'b"eeris formed, amLunder the guidance.of-CapL-E.  Q. Warren the members are developing  rapidly into strdug and safe-* players",  and with a little more practice ;md  somewwSt better combination betwtepn  i .,*-.;   -.      .    *-���* ' -i '������   .t."->ii v'.-  match with the Phoenix club,'succeeded i in-'winning- out,-in.both instances.  -    '*!���*     .'...        '.        *���*  ' .-'      ;   l;   . ^   - f * .-  *.  The ' Greenwood rink which cwrlod 'in  the afternoon won by three points oyer,  the rinks which the Phoenix clilb intends sending to the' Rossland Bori-  spiel. The* ice-* was in*e^cellent'shaj>e  for both games;' aud the curling* was  good. .,. T^he. ^visitqrs yrerec. hospitably  entertained tf^ the phoenix club.; |  .'.*'. The;folibwing'slttli^s: *th'e: individual  players'and the sec-res;...' ;';.  ���'        AFXERNOdW.  Greeii*vv(ra4  Phoenix  C.rA.'S.:. Atwooil..    ' ' '  Dr. A. 0. McRae,  W, L. C. Gordon    ���;'-**  F.   Ketchum, >kip 10  Ol B. Smith  . Thos. J. Hardr  ; t)r. Boucher  1. Crawford,   skip  ' 'EVENING.  A..D.IlaUcU,.*< ' '������������** * .   Jos/Graham ���'* '���'������'  J.. M, Humphrey, j"   *;   Jas. McCrguc  C. E. Merritt, ,J,-A. Mornn  J. S. Birnie,   sjtijj/.lfc.      "W,; J. Porter;   skip   3  , Total i(   ...... ,M . Total      - 15  ;  It is now almost .pertain.that.atyleast  one' 'ifiiil from'irefe will' comp'etVYrf" the'  Rossland - bonspiel,'" -rThe   pcrsiatetit  hard, practiciqgypf-,t hetgltybi Ja^a^.hqle,  is*nowb&gltrtimg*" to"telV,"a'ri'd a'piplted  rink should give,j a   good   account of  .'���'.���*-*"���> ��� > '��� "V *'"> si i > *'? '���      *>. t At 5 *'*. P. % ,-  themselves.' * t U ;;    : i {\ \ JI s * fc  The West Fork Road  Scottish Concert.  Gavin Spenee' and Flora MacDonald  '  Entertain Greenwood Audience.  Gavin Spence and Flora  MacDonald  have not lost the' knack of  enthusing  the*Scots and entertaining those  who  hav&.no claim, on -the land of the- heather.   Those, who heard them in Greenwood about one   year  and  a  half  ago  made' it a point to be present .on  Monday ��� night ~and - they  -were riot disapT.  pointed.    Miss MacDonald  is  as'winsome and bon'nie as ever.   She danced  . '       ... ... -   -  the* Scottish dances and sang the Scot-  tisH-'Bo'ngs'in a manner that won the  hearts of her audience. : Gavin Spence  is riot only a Singer of Scottish songa,  but as*well a:icapital story teller 'and  delineator 6f;-Scottish-character, arid  an aggressive*champio'nof-everythirig"  Scottish. His short talks between the  ���various numbers w-ere as much enjoyed  ,as the numbers themsel.ves. ; In their  duets the entertainers we're ably asaiat-  .'ed by Mrs. Hugh McCutcheon who  played" the''accompianitnlhts;l "Gavin  'SoeiiSe'arid'Miss-:MaCD6'riaia: appeared  -at Phoenix on Tuesday nightv      ,��� v  val next month. Some- of the boys are_  veterans al. the game arid have played  in the best  league" teamsr.ni Jjjastern^  Word has been received from Victoria  that H. C. Killeen, ���chi'if road superV  intetident><was leaving there for the'  west fork of Ketlle;River; .for jthq ^purpose of bnilding* the bridges and arranging for the completion,of ihe wafi*-  on road. Mr. Killeen intends-taking'  persona] charge of the work ��o that no  hitch is likely to ocour thiJTuime. Work.  on ihei'ompletion of the wagon'road up-  the north fork to Franklin camp will.be.*  *,'.-, -.-**.:-,-*.T.' ������* ���   '*    *.i ���,'-.*������.:->���'!���.���'.���. <��:'!;';-j'.V-f������/>������'rs-fiS,'*-..  commenced' in"pearly "spririg^andy the  early^spriiiK and. the.,.br)dgeAoyei:.Ahe.  east fork may bf- built during the  winter/ -*w,<*"+,��v.����<- '    '[.  :   V  *;i  the  The Last Sad Rites  '"S^'S ���-���������*���������. ft 'i .*���?��.*  ">    >-'�� i.sK V&t A/"  Funeral   of the "Late James  The funeral ��of' i'ftl lite* .lames A.  Laidlaw killed at the' Boundary Falls  smelter on Saturday last " took place  .from (pulley's undertaking .parlors ,on  ��� Monday last and was largely attended,  'thej/Jreenwood Miners Union turuiti'g  'Otif.in a body to pay' a last tribute of  ���.respect-to a dieparted brother.* -Services  were conducted by Rev. J. D,/P. Knoi.  .The  pall   bearers   were Geo.'Foulds,  nf the Tuesdays and Wednesday's sitting1;. H. C. Shaw appeared fur Mr.  Jdhnson find' Arthur M. Whiteside for  the estate and Mr, Lawless.' Tlie' parties interested live on Anarchist  mountain and both parties had several  witnesses from that locality. Johnson  sued for the care of a child of the  deceased Tedrow and there were  several contra accounts between Johnson au&.Law.less. It appeared from  the evidence,that the infant was placed  in the care of Mr. Johnson on the  death of IVirs. Tedrow. Afterwards  Mr.' "Te'drbw ' died and * La*vvless:'was  appointed administrator 'of the estate.  Ai the time Johnson.Ao.okvcare of the  infant, he also .received from Tedrow  the use of 20 milch' crows. -After, the  evidence was all in His Honor held  tha'. the use of the' cows was given for  the care'of' the'infant and dismissed  the claim for the care of the infant,  The contra , claims were also adjusted  by His Honor, giving a balance of  about S6.00 in Lawless' favor. It was  also decided that both parties ahould  pay their own'i.osts."  * Another ''interesting 'caie "was that  of Cuuningham vs Fleming. K. R.  Cunningham, .sued J. B. .Fleming for  the specific performance of a contract  to deliver 18,500 shares of Waterloo  stock. The defence was. that there was  no ag~reenien't.!v;,,H. C. Shaw for Cunningham and J.-P. Myers-Gray for  ���Fleming. , There was no., written  ���agreemeat.. Judgment was reserved  the counsel'lo put iu written argu-  tuehU'.    '*  TV  ARE OVER  Contest for Mayor Came to  Unique End  (Wil  Aldermen tiected bv Acclamation and  Mr. Smailes Trustee.  ft  S... C ,B. Cockerels for sale; hatched  .from Wl'Fi Brace's prizewinners New  York.,, Also two barred. P. Rocks direct  from |cr\4: Hawkin'st^assachusctts.  .Thesebirds, .would probably 'bring S1.0  in New York I ask only $?, each. J, J.  Rann.erman, Greeuwood  Canada so they.: mayt t&| expected Stdj  render a gobdi*accqunlJkftf; themselves,  throughout the season.  A team   from the  local; clubjyisited  Phoenix   on   Saturday   evening*,    the  lOtli-inst.rand'-proved--themselves victors,   winning   Ihe game by a score of      'G>-G.  Cunnigham of  6toO/c-A   retufn'i'game was  played at   ham  Elect  the jGjeeifc&dbd skating rink on   Wed-.! :.for.Sd  ne��day���e,yjning,, following, in the^rirst has arranged .to oiien^ a branch^ of biis*  half of;wl;icii;t,he Phoenix boys showed ���)  to a.-b1st^��'if.a'id.van1:agei/hiau|;iii' ihe.'for- electrician,vsp" Ke���anticipated -getting, a.  mer;game, and by superior combina- ��� good share of the work connected^yyith  tion;play  and the  brilliant dashes "of j.the;ii|staUatta^  StrUtzel and Colton of their forwardsihg"piatits;4hat are brbeput in atJ^id-:  line;-''succeeded if ^i'i'iT up a score of j monton and other points in   thatdis-  English another^'metriber  ...-.-. ��� 'v.���<,.   r ,*  s-. -j, ^       '-i  exH^Wi? 'W sclia.fge. ofjthe.  seeiied to have better staying qualities ��� Greenwood business.  and.were thoroughly wakened up'when'|.'  *���: ' ;'" '���'"'  Monk- and Strutzel faced off for the  Fro.in..thc. call'_,.<>�� ^\m&,  Bert Cameron, W. P., Marah^n,^ J...C,  Caktleman, J. Ro^ertson-ii-and'H,'-' Hfal-  '.;; "'���' 'ciun.   The'"funeral procession' followed  M��Ui\    I the;: remains -Ito^the- CVi' PJ -:^R; ;stktibn.  The interment will take place at Grens-  fell-N. W. T. where the bereami.-.par-  '���ents live.    Tno. Laidlaw' a  brother of  the'deceased accompanied- the- body. ���  The coroner's jury viewed  the  body  and scene pfi the->4��widfent on*-'Saturday  afternoon'aiid adjotiriied until Monday  morning   when-thf evidence ' of   Mr.  Go&lell the superintendent and smelter^  employes wa's'tafceVi'.''' Affer Sifting the'  e^^vid'etice' tHe"3uryr"6roiifhV'iri''a:;"verdrct  to ^e effect that death,,was accidental  and exonerated  thej.'smelter company  fou^/'goals, with  iiotiuiig to the credit! trict.-"rA,,W.  !of the home team/ Efowe^er/tthe lat^enij cJ| the ficm, rem%i| iU|cfiajge  ���he  (Running-        p. , (  aiectfic;.! compativ, .lef.i \ Mondkf iro& any.tilame. J  jrionton. Alberta, whe^liU^rml/ James-A.^LaidlaY^wa^born in Ross  shire Scotland aboitt^21 years ago. He  was sober and - i ndustrioufs ^and".- much  respectedr"He'aiid "Kia^brother"-Jofia  7 ���/.���'��� *...������;-*.:..-.'"r",**-,*''; . .,c*.-  worked i at*.* McPherson^.B.rpsi-.r/min^* fqr  sonie time before going* to thefsmeltery  a' Jno, Laidlav? -.iwishes -'through the  Tiies to thank the Greenwood Miners',  Union', the'ettiployees of ---the smelter,  Mn'i Goodell and Montreal &��� Boston  Qopper . cotripariy* for ��� their��� aasistauce  and] sympathy. . ;.. M. \~_.  \,  it     :'   ,'"' .-   -'���   *'.'' v ".   ''!'      .V  ..,-  ;-'|The- cajie of- Rendell y��. Mi-Lellan  came up agaiu. A decision waa previously given in - this case by Judge  Lfeamy. An'-'appeal was taken to the  supreme cavtnt and a new triii-1 ordered.  Under .the* ..lyrcumstances. Hi* Honor  decided nqt-tg.try the caae' agai.u, so it  will come up tefor'e His Honor, Judge  'jF^rm"ut"-���sQm*e" future - date. II, ' l>.  ciemerit of Grant Fdrksi was here in  tlfe interests of McLellan,  ���:'}���..      "-'STATISTICS;'  ���Statistic** of provincial .goverrnneiit  oflicd. Grand Forks, for calendar year  ;1S|02:,. ".-���';. _..',;   :;,.'     .':..-,   ,,. ;..,:..  .' j. , ... .,:��������� , .������>.- ;.,.5��o. Kttvenue.  Free miiierb cerliticatei.,427 S 2,070.25  Companies certificates__. ,.   3 JUO.00  Special certificates     6 90.00  Certificates of work";.   .... S8(j      1,510.00  '.t   - .- .-    *..-,-���-.---*������.  Recprdi' of" location   of  .*<*,*-."  second  half.  .;,  In the future city Subscribers will re-  Vceiv^Mhe Boundary  Creek  Times  on  Saturday   morning   by carrier.    Any-  _subscribers,.who may be overlooked vriit"  pplease leave'their addres at the office.";  t  Phoenix seemed dazecf Sy the lighting  work of the ^veteran forwards, Mq.nk,  and Warren..'.f THeidefehse^liadi-al'so  gained    confidence   and   despife   the  united efforts of the visitor's strong, .-���'-     .: -.,- :- 'V...:   ]!  forwird.line successfullv resisted their .   , A Special meeting of the curling club  efforts 'to getVVitfiinis&ring dfhtancei will.be Held tomorrow-eVeniuglfo,. elect  of Greenwood goal.>���' In the remarkably ] a sccolld skiP ^ J?�� to Rossland. ,F.  si*ortsi��ce- ofE5>5- minutes Greenwood j^- K^^i;, will.^skip the.-Q^sl i/ink.*  had,; succeeded, in scoring three  goals, ��� ThR ��"'�� will leaVe  for  Rossland  on,  when  disagreement arose  concerning   Mouday.  the decision of due of^tha umpires, and  aomeof the Phoenix* players refused  to play any longer, apparently much to \ S  thediscomforture  of the  home  team j ��  who were just  getting^ |ii<;elV: 'warmed '���'���  to their work.   This unfortunate inci-;A  dent'somewhalt marred th��r pleasure of'Y  "SI \   $   '     '-     'i* ';     I;    ' "-* "'"���   A    *    I    *  the evenings  but all-differences- werei�����������  happily adjusted at the pleasant  sup-  A  per provided, for the visiting , team atj*?*,  the Pacific hotel. " The  Phoenix ' bo vs j y  l v  will visit Greenwood in the course ot a | a  week or so, and renew the struggle for j ***  first place amengst  the hockey   teams  of the Boundary country.  The  Greenwood   team  loaves   today  for Rossland  wlien-. thev   will play a   ���>  friendly     gann-    with     tin-    Victoria ���'��  Hockey Club of that -*pla :i*.    The boys i ��  contideutiy   exjiect - to n-turn   crowned   ��J.  with fresh laurels. - ��  County Cpurt.  .Jnterestin? Cases ...Tried Before His  % ' % ���������a v. Honor/ Judge Leamy.-- ���>-  A sitting of .the county court was  held! hire -beginning. Tuesday, His  Honior',: Judge-,tieamy presiding.' Th��  case'oiF 1011118611^^ VVic'-'Tedrow estate  and William Lawless as administrator  of the same, occupied.the .greater part  ; lLj:.'Si3?     "        *���-���-���  ?| mineral claims.'...,. "'.''..7.177 '  Conveyances :?~'/T:..l37  Certificates   of   improve-'  J!mentj��^.^.i.j....i..vv../...;j.| M  Permiaiion tdT relbcate7..i J ' 1  filings.... ..;..........  vW..70.  ijftater rights -....'.....    2  Miscellaneous receipts ���.-.....:���[ ���  Ifeea* u'for.* crown :'��� grants  f passed through office....  i : ��� vi .;��� . .^.<-i     /���������'?  " -142.50  360.20  . 127.50  -"^'fafsO"  . 17.50  46.50  308.30  1,275.00  &  Provincial   revenue  ������ collections.. ...'....:..:  Law stamp's:'-...*.:...���......  ��)iquor    license  )_' Grand   Forks  .; diyuion x...  .Trade    license  Grand   Forks  .   Division .u.!...,.  A   .   '"���     '       )���"'' | "'  ��� Total..}}. v.   tax  fees   in  Mining'"  fees   in  Mining  6,560.15  J A-       .  2,808.00  441.60  2,070.00  ,122.60  ��12.002.35  '���r.-v  Do you 'use Blue Ribbon Tea ?  merits,        1  i  V  GreenwoodYpurlei^ Win.   L.y       The two, rinks   sent tu  Phoenix qa  ���Vf-ednesday   last   t'i   play   a   frisadly  G rati by Mines  Mother Lode  .  B. C. Mtnp  Snbwshoe- .  Sunset   Brooklyn :...*   .  Morrison        R. Bell   Emma   Winnipeg ...  Golden  Crown  Athlestan  Kiii).' Solomon  No. 7-  City of Paris   :  Jr-wi-l  Carmi  Providonre  Kuby  Misct-llanpsus  ,1900  ��� ..1901 ,- ���;.  1902.  W��ek. ���  1903  *' 64'533  . ...     231 862  310 601  3 976  12 314  .5 340   .  99 548  .....  141 326  .2 912  5 120  19 444 "./.:'::.  ' '47 517' . ..'.  14 727  900  1 800  -'��� 297  1 731     20 801.1  1 440  1 030  \ '800":.   ...,  : 8 010  - ' > 294  834  150  .. ..  ..���_���_', ���'  '; /���... ."A.  ..< * >150 ' ......  ... ' ���   ' 560'���'    *��� . ; J '  650 *  !     7 900  V 076  '" ' - 1 04O *.  785"  1 260  2 19o  -2 250  '��� 625  1' 200-r-*-.,.  : - 850  ���^   \Jf ���'..'.������.  \v;-;' 665:'...-....  '' 532  2 (KM)  .  325  HVI  SW  2  175  '47  Total Tons  3 ZMt  99 730  339 61S  507 all.   .10 S29  -17  42 635  It is the unexpected that often happens in an ordinary election contest,  It is the unexpectedest unexpected that  happens in Greenwood. Two of the  prominent business men of the city  Geo.-R. Naden and Ralph Smails were  regularly nominated for the office of  mayor in thp city. They went into  the fight with a vim. Committees were  organized and both, sides were confident of victory. Until Wednesday afternoon a kei>n but good natufed fight was  kept up. Both sides were marshalling  their forcps for the big meeting which  was 10 have,been held In the Auditorium on Wednesday evening when the  startling announcement came that both  had retired1 froth the contest in favor  of ex-ald. D. J. Sullivan. In the letter  of withdrawal it is stated that the two  candidates decided that this step was iii  tbii best interest's of the city aud a?,  Mr. Sullivan was a man acceptable to  both sides that his election would- prA-  iient any further friction.  Naturally the supporters of both sides  were bitterly disappointed as they were  desirous of fighting to a finish. , It may  be stated here, however, that neither  Mr. Smailes or'Mr. Naden were any.  ions to withdraw but for good reasons  thi* course was regretfully taken in  the best iuterests.pl' the city. As the  Times has already stated both weri-  gOod men and whoever was elected tbe  city would be ?iiirc ul" having a good  mayor. But circumstances which cannot be made public at present arose to  make it wiser for both to withdraw.  * The public meeting, in consequence  of the, announcement of withdrawal  was not as largely attended as It otlier-  wise^would-have -been.-J.-R.-BrowrL_  was voted to the chair and he called  upon the aldermen-elect and retiring  aldermen. After they had briefly addressed the audience, W. S. Keith suggested'that as it was evidently a difficult matter to secure a mayor who  would hold his job for twelve months,  Alderman Bannerman should be tendered the nomination. Chas. Dempsey  made a motion to this effect which was  seconded by Mr. Keith. About a  dozen voted in favor and a few contrary and the great majority refrained  fromr voting. The meeting then adjourned.  The retiring candidates were nominated as follows :  Geo. R. Naden by D. J. Sullivan and  A. M. Whiteside,  Ralph Smailes by Duncan Mcintosh  T. Mi Gulley. J. E. Spankie, M. D.,  D. A, Bannermati, Kenneth McKenzie,  W. G. McMynn, Chas. A. Demp3c>  and James Kerr.  All the aldermen were elected by acclamations. The nomination being as  follows:  NORTH WARD  \V. J. Kirkwood proposed by Duncan  Ross and J.J. Caulfield.  D. A. Bannerman proposed by T. M.  Gulley, Duncan Mcintosh and J. A.  Russell.  Kenneth McKenzie proposed by Duncan Mcintosh and F. M. Elkins.  SOUTH   WARD  i��un ,.tii Koss proposed by J. J. Caulfield and VV.  i   Kirkwood.  Thos. Gull.) proposed by J. A. Russell  and J ah. S.  liirnie.  i     Herh-frl    Limiting    11r1.1pu-.eJ    bv    Dr.  ISpankir au��! Ralph Srnailt'r..  !     Tbre.. ol Ihr eleclrd aidfrmen. 1>.  A.  i Uantierman, W. J. Kirkwood and Duncan Ross were members of.the council  <*>�����*��*���������������������& �� �� ����*0*<'*-��->'����-$-*fr->-fr^^  (Continued   uu  f>ai<*c . Page 2  $11 sotin jat cssm. tiiuS&  THE  LATEST  DCSIGNS IN  I.APORTCC  WOOLl.tNS  TO  SCLCCT PROrt.  E3oE;  *^me#t/i���tn/ -    'zjf���t���$><  5^.  coma stmsi  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.  P. 0. BOX 252. OPPOSITE WltJDSOIt HOTEL.  Cl��'  Boundary Creek Times  Issued every Trldav  Duncan Robs...'. Man-viing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN AHVANCK.  It is the unexpected that happens.  Grebnvtooti     ie     nothing    if   not  unique.  Col. Prior and W. B. B.. Mcinnea,are  in .search of a government candidate  in I ast Yale, The quest up-to-date  has been fruitless.  Per Yiar   Six Months   To Foreign Countries  .*.* 2 on  ..   1.2a"7  ... 2 SO*  De.Vere���Here's a man sent to the.  penitentiary for forgerr, Henry pavja  aliasrJohn' Jefferson.   What's analjos^  Jaggles���An alias? Oh, that's.asort  of ndn de plum<��.  DeWere-���Oh, yea, I site;,,a pen. turn.  - Indlanappolis News.  ELK1NS k HDJJS1S  Insurance, Real Estate and  ^���Accountants, Auditors and Notaries Public--^  FRIDAY   JANUARY 16, 1903.  THE MUNICIPAL CONTEST.  The. municipal contest ended rather  unsatisfactory but after all there is  some encouragement. A good council  has been elected by acclamation. The  new material is good. Messrs' Gulley,  Bunting and McKenzie are men who  will give the city their best efforts.  ��� They are painstaking and conscientious arid will ably assist the others  in carrying on the work of the city.  Regarding the mayoralty contest it  was unfortunate that iu a city which  needed the help of all its ;good men,  two of its'best citizens should-be found  opposing each other ; it is still more  unfortunate that both men r^tlVed and  most unfortunate if it results in placing  in the mayor's chair a man who hain't  the capacity for municipal work.  CHANGES IN ACT.  As there is apparently some doubts  in the minds of some residents of th?  city who should be on the voters lis;  and are not,in reference to the change  made in the municipal act regarding'  "the"registratioa" of license holders,' the"  section is given below :  "After the first municipal election,  the following persons 3hall be entitled  to vote for any person who is duly  nominated as a candidate for any  elective ��� office at any election in  municipalities.  (a) In city municipalities, any male  or female, being a British subject of  the full age of twenty-one years, who  ii> the owner of real estate of the as-  ae3��ed value of not less than one hundred dollars, or who is the representative being a resident British subject  duly authorised by tlie directors of an  incorporated company, which is the  assessed owner of lands or of improvements of lands situate within the  municipality or who is the bolder of a  itade license, the annual fee of which  .-=. not less than five dollars, or who i s  a householder who has paid on or before the 31st day of December in the  year imhiediately prior to the day of  norainatiou, all municipal rates, taxes,  assessments, rentals, and license fees  (which are not chargeable on land)  payable by him or her to the municipality, shall be entitled to have his or  her name entered on the voters' list  of the municipality; PROVIDED however THAT IN THE CASE OF A HOLDER  OF A TRADE LICENSE OR IN THE CASE OF  A nOU9EHOI,DHR, HE OR SHE SHAI.I,  DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER  MAKE AND CAUSE TO BE DELIVERED TO  THE CLERK OF THE MUNICIPALITY A  STATUTORY DECLARATION.      *    *     *      *  After which the form of statutory  declaration is given. The municipal  act previous to this year .did not demand a statutory declaratioa from  license holders.  WHEN OUGHT  WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Many think it unnecessary  to devote particular attent  tion to the .teeth''..until'.the  appearance of the mputh is  affected by damaged, decay���  ed or' broken jtee'th. Others  give the -teeth -no attention  tilljaaiu compels them  The stupiditv anji shprt-,  sijfhtedneas of. either jwlicy is  ���tident.  Everyone .who ^thinks :a  moment on the subject Jttiows  that- food cannot -be..masticated*  satisfactorily_if one or more teeth  are lender, inflamed, Ldeqaye$i, .ox  otherwise out of ^working -order;;  and If this be -the case, .the mouth  requires immediate Attention.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  NadwitFlood Block",' Orec��wood, B.C.  ;The announcement that Mr. KillMn.  superintendent of roada,. ia definitely,; C<>*ch?o<>o<>9<><>^^  ���cjming to the  West  Fork,  will.be received with gratification by the people'  interested in that district.  REPRESENTING-  Queen of America Fire Insurance Co.  Phoenix of Hartford Fire Insurance  Co.  Aetna Fire Insurance Co.  HorwUH Union Fir* Insurance Society  Sun Fire Insurance Co.  Caledonian Fire Insurance Co.  Hartford Fire Insurance Co.  Scottish Union Fir* Insurance Co-      Insurance c0.,of,-;l?i��fth America  MINING PROPERTIES FOR SALE  Offices. :  Rendell Block,  Greenwood, B. C.  =s=  sb  **���-*��� ,  .    .  -jf, r'.-f..r-.      ���- *   -  *   ' ���   '     *  iiiiiiii  its  Established 1836.  Incorporated by Royal Charter.  ���They are. lighting* a hot ^.ection in,  Vancouver. R. Q. McPherson, a.popu-:  l^r merchant, is the reg*ular Libernl  nominee, Dr. Mclnnes ia running* as a  sorehead and Chris. Foley as a tiabor  candidate. At this distance it looks as  if "Bob" MtPherson was anJ easy  Vfinnir. .'; *  If ei-Aid. Sullivan could .be induced,  to accept the nomination, and elected :  to the position, the city would be in  aafe hands. Possessed of experience  in municipal work, caution and business Bag-acity, Mr. Suilivao woiild'  make an excellent chief magistrate.  Tommy-Pop^Xat'i'ri ' Is "one of the  dead lang-ua-pes, isn't it?  Tommy's Pop���Yes, my son.  Tommy���Then I s'pdse that's the  reason the doctors write their prescript  tions that way, isn't it?���Philadelphia  Record.  "Some men bets on aj hoss race,.'  said" Uncle Eben, "aad then talks'about  bein' unlucky instead o' foolish,  ing'two Star.  Wash  ABEL HALLBERG  ���UA^DraCl'UJER A.xti OSALSR IS  I, ft,  tt.  GREISNWOQD AND MIDWAY, ��. C.  Wa��ik>-A Mayor.  Will not go on forever.  It needs fixing some-  times. 2C_ That is our  business. X, Don't wait  until your watch gets  clogged up and won't  go.     Have   it  cleaned.  A. IjOGAJOCO,  WstaaiskW*  soft Jtwflltr.  GREEKWGQD, B.  C.  -.CAPITAL,   .��ljO00,0OO--$4,866,666.66  HEAD Oi-FICE .   London England.     H.STlKEfiUN. Qcnerat Manager, Montreal.  J. ELMSLY, SB��r|nt��B(l��nt of Brsnthet.  ,-Branches(and agents in all ,the principal cities ot Canada aad ,tti0 Un^^ed ...States, ...  and correspondents in all partn of-thp-world,���'���'-  GREENWOOD BRANCH :   Copper; ^reet. . -  000��000000<>��0<K><XhOdOO:00000000<ra<>000000  @i�����r.  !U!'!!i|'!Ji.l'P'iWW  FDRSITDfiE  CARPETS  MffiL  GLASSWARE  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The  largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C.* were furnished by us throughout  WEILER BROS.  VICTORIA. B. C.  tmamammmmtm mirtwmm ��� n  REPRESENTING :  The Phoenix Fire Assurance  Co. of .London, Rnglaud.  The Weston i Assurance Co.,  of Toronto.  The i British. America  Assur-  ancepp,, of Toronto.  The Canadian  Birkbeck 'In.  vestment, and Savings Co. I  MINES.  STOCKS,  REAL ESTATE.  :THE:-  Copper Street.  -I OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  ME4L9 ATAI.I, HpURS  FRIVATE. ROOMS  FOR   LAJ3IK3.  ^  Charles R. tpittock,  T8V  OPR  COPPS E  cPropr.  Liouor Company  iGrreenwood s  HSo.  Ma.  H * * % ��dlsary Beer^ S  55    R GRIEGER, Manager. J*  �� �� �� Pabst and  a matter of Foresight  ;Many  cases of  eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses.   Present   neglect   means   future  trouble.  \+��fr ty & 4�� 4�� 4�� & & 4�� 4�� * * 4* 4* 4�� ��� ���*��� ^ 4* 4�� * ��ft�� 4��t  ! "WELL THATS FINE"  Is what they all say about  I .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR. *  J. L. WHITE  Druggist and Optician.  4��  4��  +  4��  4��  Impossible   to cut the   face;  shares  easily, quickly and cleanly.  Illustrated booklet free.       Mail Orders promptly filled.  McLennan,   McFeely   &   Company |  Wholesale Hardware Merchants, 4,  122 Cordova 3txe*t, VANCOUVER. B.C.     4" .n**  THft   BOUNDARY   ���CRT3P4.-  TlJvlTCSs.  Pare 3  li I  >    I  i*    I  CORPORATION CIH OF GREENWOOD.  Auditor's   "Report   of  the   School   BniUVni!  Ye nr 1902.  Fund for the  A 1,1, SKNSl m,K PROPLK, TRAVIS  .    BY TOE..(.'.. I'. K-  ,;,.;..w..}���^.;^5��:��>*^>v:~^^  RECEIPTS.  in   account nf  *.aie    of  -SSiUHt  To JI.   C.   -.loveruiiienl  bonus ol' $8,000..  Tn  Cash  received  for  Debentures   To Cash received   from   government  for exchanging sites   ���I \25  ���I XI* I-  1 IKK.1  'I'AYMKNTS..  I!y   suiiili'.v   payments, ailveilis-  intf hy-law, mi:,.,  Uv Cash'paid for piircliaseor lois  I,iu 5. II lock IS  l.ni 3 an.l 4, Bloek 1?  L,.n   I :iilil 2,"l!lock IS  Taxes on above  Hy  Ui  Iiv  i.oi in una ay.- 2i  Moving house  ca��h paid  Btiutiiif  aev on aceount   cash paid archltei-l  balance   I'.H.u'k I)  ,v  1>.-<m [���-  -iUl  -irii  1  i hi-i  a.  700  2-10  AT1SFACT10N.  il 925  $Q.0Jf,  -I.--H*.  HAELE*lvr. Chairman.  :KALPH SMAILES, Secretary.  The  ISast   and West   Together.  Loaves Greenwood 2:3? p. ni  Arr Winnipeg 3rd dav 8:45 n m  Arr St Paul 3rd day 6:40 p m  Arr Chicago 4th day 9:40 a in  Arr Toronto Sth day 2:45 p in  Arr Montreal 5th day 6:30 p m  Arr New York 6th day 8:55 a tn  Through Tourist  Sleeping  .       Cars,  '* I have examined the School Building account, and find that. $9,925 has been  received-by thVCity Treasurer tor this-purpose, and ��",345 has'been expended,  leaving a balance of $2,575 to which should be in his hands in cash; but the  School Trustees and the City have only one bank account, and the balance iii  the bank to the credit of*the City on December 31st, -was only S263.76 in all. In  order to observe the by-law the City Council should pay. over this S2,575 to the  School Trustees which should hereafter be kept'in a seperate account.    i Regarding the expenditure of ��7,;345 detailed above 33,377 appears forthe EAST���leaves. Dimniore Junction  purchase of real 'estate, from: .which $1,000 must be deducted, this being the ^ J^J^y i&taHt  amount given, by, the  government ,in  cash  to  the City for exchanging sites, ' -...-.".._.���.  which makes jhe riet'ebst of thejre'al estate $2;377, of which S537 was lost by  exchanging lots in Block 15, which cost $2,r437, "for S % Lot 20' and 21, Block 11;  valued, at $900, and $1,000 in cash.  : The trustees have paid $3,595. on on account of the building contract leav:  ing $4,195, exclusive of any'* extras,- due.on completion against which th*^  government'still owe $3,875 on account of their bonus.  ������''"-��� .^   '���-'���'���'���   -; .'- . w. e. hodGes, -     ' "������  i:.;.;'.' ;������' .  .   .*' ������'���.':*;������'������       Chartered Accountant;  January 9th, 1903. Auditor.    X  A  List   of Firms Who   Are.   Doing   Business in a  y Greenwood. y  1 B-rom South Africa;  Some of tlie Grievances of tbe S. a . C-  The following letter taken from'the  * R'and^Baily Mail wa3 received by*;,\V;  S. Keith*ajfew days-ago.: In thV-en'-;,  closure .the correspondent. says* that  every word contained in the Mail's  letter: is tru-ft and that the Canadians  got the worst of the deal continually.  ���The writer, says:  "The S. A. C, is supposed to be a good  thing for young tneu to join, and I  should like to tell those who are think  .:, few 'windows in Nanaimo, more than  ;j three miles distant, but were'simultaneously shattered, while numerous  chimneys and unsubstantial structures  in the coal city came tumbling to the  ground. ]  The shock was less distinctly, and !  tesss. disastrously felt as far as Parks-j  ville, 20 miles north, and at L,adysmith.  an equal distance south, while even in  Vancouver the solid earth so trembled  that a supposed minor eathquake shock  was lecorded in advance of the news of  the disaster.  As the for  victims of the tragedy, a  body of one of the ten   Chinamen was  Landing, Tuesday and Saturday for  Toronto,' Montreal and all Eastern  points .:';'[  THRO UGH; BOOKINGS; to EUROPE  Via ail 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" Alldoubts of* this  will be dispelled bv application to '  E REDPATH^ Agent.  ' Greenwood,B.- C.  J. S. CARTER;      ' E. '}'". COYLE,  DP.A., Nelson.      G.P.A. Vancouver  BANKS.  '    THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  E, J. Etnucane. Manager.  THE BANK   OF  BRITISH- NORTH  AMERICA.   ���  W. G. Hi Belt,       ���       -       Manager.  THEiCANABIAN BANK OF  '   COMMERCE-.      .   .  $     THE MART.  GaUNCI? 4! Wickwiki-:.  Real   Estate.    Money   to   Loan.    Fire  Life and Accident Insurance.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  Henry F.\ Mytton,  Manager.  DRY CiOODS AND CLOTHING-  RENDELL & CO.,'  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnishings, Boots and Shoes^Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.       Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS.  . WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. C.  . GREEWOOD TRADING CO'Y.,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St,  HE1UU1U lint   iv   -*---"   -���   .-    ���  ing about joining a  little about  the   found practically intact  .     .   - -   .    ���    .. '* . -r    .itD     *D'*c.      *i-.*t.',-i"V.       .it'^-1 .��� i:*.,...-,1V.,   eortn  The eleven  -outfit! (v^rites; one of  '"B.-P's. iiwn")  In. the 'first place the  authorities  are  ':*upipnsed to provide you   with   rations,  , which consist of a few  pieces .'of'-meat';  boiled with what are called compressed  vegetables till all the goodness is out  of them,*a-*ponn'd of bread, one pint of  coffee, one pint of tea,   These  are  the  day's rations, with a pound tin of jam  'once a week'aiid  you   are  supposed  to  work and grow fat  on   it.   Then   they  are supposed to cloth you; I   have  had  one issue since I have been in the corps,  which is  over a "year,   and  over  half  that time I have been trekking  on  the  veld, and you are expected to turn  out  on parade in issue clothes only  and  if I  you do not they tell you to buv them out  ���1 the atore*.    They also.think uothing"  of fining you X'5 for the  least  offence  1 am in a troop which  has been   fined  over  ,��100  in  one  month..   When   we  ���- were-pii=th'eLv.eld, in,wai;'._tiiiie  we  used  to have a full dress parade every' week  and if you had a speck of dust on   your  ' spurs you were fined  ��\,  and   if  your  buttons   were   nf*    c1"T*-,ed    as   they  others were literally reduced to shreds  of flesh and bone, au arm being the  -largest portion recovered of any, illustrating the violence of the explosion.  It is stated that the steel rails from the  railway ..track, were whisked up and  twisted round-the half demolished trees  like fantastic corckscrews, while buildr  ings tottered ami fell, fully four miles  away.  The  cziuse of Ihe  cxlosiqn can   only  be   surmised.       It    is   presumed   that  either    .lames      Fulford    or- George.  Simouette,   who, with  a force of Chinese   were  working* on a large  order of  gelignite in that room, passed into the  guhcottou room to weigh  some material and in some unaccountable manner  caused the first explosion (primarily of  about one  car-load of guucottou), followed by.quite as much more, gelignite  iu the building 400 feet away.  ^ /The loss,exclusive of stock, is placed  at $3,000.   ~:~"-".      ~*--~-*-r~*^-*-------*--,--  Close by in the gum-oHon room  George Prestoil .was engaged in the  mixing  house,  it being   necessary  in  Spokane Jails & Northern Railway Co  ���Nelson & Fort- Slicppard Railway Co.  Reel Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G. K. Co,  ;���"   Van, Vic. &:E. lf;&% Co.  The only all rail route between points  east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N., Co., for points east, west and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects at Nelson witli theK. R.  and N. Co., Kaslo and K.  & S. points.  Connects at Curlew .with stage for  Greenwood and Midway. B. C.  Buffet cars run on, trains between  Spokane'and Republic.  Effective Nov, 22  Lkayk  .1.9:25 a. in. Spokane  10:15 a. ni. Rossland  7:00 a. in. Nelson  11:00 a. ni.. (Millers, Grand  '." ���  Forks) .  4.15 :i. 111. ".-      Republic        5:-10 p, m.  H.  A. JACKSON,  General' Passenger Agent,  ��� ,   - Spokane, Wash  :HUNTRR-KENDRICK CO.. Limited,  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, -        * Greenwood.  DRUGGISTS.  J. L. WHTTE,  Druggist, Copper St.  b^MfUariiri^MEBtaa*  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO.,  .     CTMITKII.    (--���  Dealers  in   Hardware,   Groceries   and  Furnishings.  AGENTS. COLLECTORS, ETC  FRED B. HOLMES,  Agent;    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for storing goods.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  n*-m���nrmrTT���i "it��� ���-���������..���t . ~  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.  BEALET INVESTMENT &. TRUST  COMPANY. Limited.  George R. Nadkn,        -       Manager.  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estate.  1902.  Arrive  5:-)5 p. in.  5:10 p, m.  8:00 p.m.  ���1:00 p.'in.  MILLER BROS.  ���:���..:   Jewellers and-Opticians.  S.  BARRY  VUILL .  Practical WatchmaJcer * and   .leveller.  Greenwood, It. C.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT <S SHAW  I'lAKMISTKRS,   SOl.lCi'rOH.S,  Notariks Panr.ic.  Cn'iie Addicts :   " nALMiTT."  fnm-c-   J fieAiocA M'NclU's   Grefnwooo,  i.nni...   j MnrMn^ANpaVfi.' B# c_  -.;:  p.-iuirns &, co.;  Wholesale arnif Rctnil'- MeaUMerchauts.  a certain period a moment's cessation  of stirring means disaster.    When the  DUilUll��      ��^-'**-       .. - j  thought fit you wouiu ue niied  another j his  dllty   that   the mixture of. the ex  /*1_U was a ^1 finc'for the least thing, i plosives be constantly ,stirr-:d. as until  such as having the ring of  your  bay- *" ' .-...-...>.  onetto the front instead of the back.  One of the latest orders is that promotion is to go by what a man had  saved in the bank, also that you may  wear civilian clothes outside the Orange  MINERAL v ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NorrcE.  "ROB ROY*" Mineral Claim, "sitiinu'd in the  Ketlle River-Miniuu* llvislmuif Yale District. Wlinn-: located : . l'roTidence Creek  camp, west of ami niljoiuiup "Iron Mount-  ���=--3.1|i.^-'!lii'��,'al^cla]inii... .   j   LJ _.  ;.  .; ,  TAKE'NOTICE  thai   I,   Janies   AtScanclfcr  M.icilonold, act'mc as a-^ent for James J.  Warren,  Free   Miners Certificate    No. B.VT3G0,  inlend,  sixtv   days from   the   ilnte  hereof  to  apply to the Mining Recorder for r Certificate  of hnprovemonts for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grant of the above cHim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37,  must  be commenced  before  the  issuance of sucli Certi"* inte of Improvement.  Dated this 22ud dny of September.A. D., 1102.  V"            ,lU       .    .                 ,  ,           i J. A. MACDONALD  crash came, and the windows aud doors |   CANDY FACTORY  C.  V.'*S"fiJMRRAl),  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  "Fruits, etc.  t l,eilii-i*'s  i. ii. iiai.i.i:i"i  II.  C.  SllrVW.  stationery: etc:  SMITH & McRAE.  Dealers in  Stationery.   Blank   Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos.  Confectionery.  /V7��i-��'OD & BROWN  ItAKBISTKRS  AND  SOI.ICI'I'OKS,  Notakiks Pimr.ic, F/i'C  ODices:  \V:illai:e-MilU-i* tikic.lc. Copper s-Hei-l,  fireeiiwooil. It.C.  J. I*. V.kovvk. J. t*. McT,ko��.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell  Block,  Greenwood. B.C  were blown in about him, Preston,  with admirable nerve and presence of  miud,   stirred on; miraculous, his care  River Colony and Transvaal. Al- I tliu not explode, nor was he injured by  though peace was proclaimed over live | lhe Hying- debris.  months ago. we are living in tents, chas. Stevens and Mat Wayland,  which have seen their best days and ) Workiug in the new glycerine building,  would do very well for sieves. Then j also "hud mi raculous escapes from death  they say what a good corps it is m Eng- -.or injury, although some dozen other  land, but if they knew  the  truth' they I emp)0yt.cs?  chiedy Chinese,' "were  dot  " ' so fortunate. w  Of the dead, George Simonetti was  very recently married, and had had a  narrow escape but a few weel*s ago,,  being but 20 feet away when the mixing room went up, killing James Sloan,  James Fulford came from Brock* ille  Ontrio a year ago. He leaves a widow  and three children in the eastern  town*, t  would wonder why  there "was  such   a  corps as the S. A. C.    B.-P. said, what  a good corps it was, and only  men  of  the highest character  were   accepted.  When    you    join   you   find    yourself  amongst some of the worst types of men  it is possible to find���men  that  think  : nothing of robbing their own comrades  of their rations and monev, and nothing.  ia done to  prevent  it.   I  have 'known I  instances where men of good character j  ; have made themselves criminals to get i  out of the corps. *. , i  MINERAL ACT  Certificate of Improvements.  MOT1CR  "MONITOR",' Mineral Claim., situate in the  Kettle Klvcr Mining Divi\ioii of Yale Di=*.  trict. Wliere local il : On Horseshoe  Mountain, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert Ii. Ashcroft.  Free Miner's Certiiicate No. B3tf2'5 actiii*tr  as a^ent for Oven Mellmv. Free Miner's Ceriifieale No. B742< 2, ami .lacob Peterson, Free  MiiiiT'p Certifiiiaie No. 1J404AI,,. intend  I sixty days from the date hereof, lo apply  totlie Mining recorder for a certificate of (ni.  -provcnieutK, for tlio purpose of obtainitiff a  crown Grant ot tlie above claim.  Anil further take  notice  tbat action, under  section 37, must  lie commenced  before the issuance of sucli certificate of Iniprovements.  Hated this 3fttli dav of September. A. D. 19TO.  ALlJER'f E. ASHCROFT. P. I,. S.  H. B. MUNROE,  Dsaler  in   Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  OHARLES Ae'.'shAW.  ClVII.   iTjNOlNKK",  Dominion    an!��;   Provincial  Land Survhyor.  GREENWOOD,    ; ;       ;    e.   O.  J. L. COIvES,  Stationery,   Newspapery,  Periodicals.  H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers, and Periodicals.  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THK GEM  RESTAURANT.  ,C. R. Pittock. Prnprietr.^-.  A. E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyor.  Mining and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Rlocli (next Customs office.)  OREF.NWOOD, K. C.  Twelve Were Killed.  Fearful Explosion at Hamilton Powder Works-  ��� *,.W. Prawley of the Greenwood Barber Shop has made some improvements}  ��1 his establishment. He has put in a-/j  porcelain bath tub rind in the the future  the price for baths at this popular shop  will be onlv 2-*-. cents.        41  --n~rni* r iir ����� Trh-r-n-.nMVim-r^-iiMin  Rubber Stamps  -U ALS. !. I I.NI'II.*^, l*l;i,*l- .MAKKl KS.  l-I'lNI'INi,        Wni'.l'I.S. NCMIII-KIM*.  m'.-��i'Iiini:-<. n.tsn r>AiiNi*. ani> ntm-  EI:'HIN'i". -iTAMI'S. CI1KCK l'1'l! I-OH A 1-  ORS. KCROI'R IYPJ. l*Ki:.**t!N'e  l-rtK.^Sr-'..   KTC.  Vancouver,   Jan.    14. ��� Through   a  double   explosion   at  the works of  the  Hamilton Powder company  at  Departure bay this morning*, no  fewer than j  ,  12 employees were hurled into eternity, '  and the majority of the   buildings utilized   in the   manufacture  "f   high r-x-\  plosives.reduced to matchwood. ;  The  concussion   was  so severe   that   I'KANIiUN  SlA.UP WORKS, V;UlCOUVtl*-'iD  Last issue Dec. 31.  MTNERAE ACT,  Certificate of improvements  XOTICE.  MOGUL, UTOPIA, RAMBLF.R, UENVEK '  andCIIAMPIOX. Mineral ClalniF,sitnate in  the Kettle River Mining* Division of Tale  District. Where located : Horseshoe  Mountain. Main Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Albert T. Ashrrofi,  Fret; Miner's Certificate Mo. B';i'26'5, act-  intr iiST ngeiu for Charier, Dunbar Temple,  Free Miner's Ceriifieale No* BM4.7.i, intend  --.ix.ty days from the date hereof, to ajiulj- to tho  Minhit^ kecorilei* for eeniiicates of luiprore-  inents, lor tlie purpose of ohtaiuintr crown  srraius ofthe above claims.  And -further  take notice  Uiai  action, under  section '37, must   I15 coltllllell*.-e,,.  befoie the issuance of sivc.li ci-ititicaiosof improvements.  Dated lliis JCHh day ot Septeniber, 191.12.  AT.P.F.RT I*.. ASlTf'ROrr, P.L.S.  FURNITURE.  T.  M, GULL'EY & CO.  Dealers in Furniture, Carpet? and  Linoleums, etc.  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BRFAVKRV  Portman A Portman. Proprietor-  In draft ui* tiottle<; at all leadinf.-  :     hotels.  bast insertion lie,-.  r^^j^br: itouNUARV  vai. li:y  l or>r;s:.  "*".-;:.v" No. 38. 1. O.O. I*'.  Meets every Tiit_--it.lv Evening at   ������> "0 in   ilivn  lodye room al the Wood  If all.     A corillal In vi  ration is extended t^all soioio*nin{r bietberti.  A. B.ixxEEM.-iN.       . Fkf.u B  Holmes.  :*. ii?     ���**" '       Ree.-Sec.  WH0Li:SALI*. LIQUORS  ( . . ._���,.  i   THE CRKF.NT\VOf��n LK.M'Ok C*>.  ! li. (iREICEk.  .Manager.  Ageiits 'for-'Pabst   <md   C^iy.iry  Bcrrr  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  HOS'J'i.iX   Mineral Claim, situate In the Kettle  River MiniiiK bivision of Yale District  Where   located :    On   (-anion CreeU.   Main  .   Kellie Kivet.  TAKE N'OTICK thai ��e. Fein Hai ia|>li aii.l  j William Daciy, Fiw Miners I'l-uiilcate No--.  1,1.357 and (l.10,'XS!i respei-llvely.iiilen<l.si.\ly da> ���  from the date hereof, lo appli lotheMininti  I Recorder for a Certificate of [nipnivenients, for  I the purpose nf obtaiuiiii: a Crown (', rant of the  ! above claim.  I      And   furtlier  lake   untie  thai   ai-tiou. undei  section 37. must   he i-oiiiiueuceil  before the  Is  ! nuance cf such Ceriilicate ot Impiovements.  j NOTICE OF FORFF.1TURI*.  1 To r.EOlrlCI. HlTEi). of thi-Cliy ot F,ieeu��.��,d  in it..- Proviiic- ol British  Columbia,  Pros,  ! pector:  Von ;uv heteb.i  u.,lil'ieii lhat 1 have expended  ��^oii.rni in (M-rlormitiu   assessment  work  on   the  ' j "llai*i|uali*ila*"    ami      "Paramatta"     Mineral  j claims,  situate  in   Copper  Camp, in the Kettle  i Rii>-i   Miuin-j liii-ision. Vale _lii arict,  Iliitis-,  1 Coliwobia. ami   th.-  -*.urri   ..*,;' :**.;>) lor n-cordin,-  the said noil*, tin* same belt!-.*-* nece^saiy to hol.l  the elaiins under the pioiisions oi   the Mineral  i Art and Amending Act''., and   ii  at  the explr  I aiinn   ,,i"   imii-ty  .Hy-.  from ihe ,iaie oi the first  . 'publication   of    this    notice   in   the   IJoiuidai i  i;n--l.   Time-,  i.ni   tail ,,i*   r.-i u-e u, c.mlribui.-  :  Volll   |,orlioil   ,-l -lull    evpemlittn*.*.    namely    the  j-lllll    of   Tl.^.Kt.   lofelhel    with   :.ll     lb,-   costs   ,,t  :nl'. ei I isini'.   ii.ui   intere-l    in   tin-   -.aid   claim.  shall -be. elite   \ ,-sleil   in     loin    c. - oivurr-,.   pi..  i.iia. .i.-eoi.liu*,' in their-,ei.-r:i!  iiit.-iests  thet-  ill.   il;    pill   nan.*e   .it   Ihe  l.t.. \ i-i.,11    oi se.llon   I  ..���fin* Mineral \si Amendment Aci. lg'M  j      Dated   ��1 rileerilV.'K.d,   tttiti-ih   c'olumbia.   tbl  I 'oth  ,1at of Octo't-ri. a. l.i . r-0.-.  MIKE MORRIS.  \,\  !  1'   i  \ t-aee 4  THE   fiOUH )AY creek   TIMES  ..-���-.������ ,~.,.  I. �����. ..^^.      --^        . ��� ���~.n--1..  TO HAVE THE BEST WHEN THE COST fS NOT GREATER,  V  We keep only the best Staple and Fancy Groceries, all carefully selected*  Our prices are always right* ,^-^*s^|��  M. B. FRAZEE, Grocery and Bakery*  COPPER STREET, GREENWOOD.  B. C. Fruit.  Thos. Ciiiining*hatn, provincial fruit  inspector, after having* spent .several  days in the Boundary, left on yestet>  day's train en route to the Okanagan  district. Prom hiin it was ascertained  that it is his duty to see that the prc>-  ~i��ions of the horticultural regulations  are carried out and the law in this connection faithfully enforced, so that the  fruit growing* interests o*f the province  may be protected, more particularly  from-pests and diseases such as exiat  and.are a souice of much trouble and  loss io fruit growers in Ontario and  the neighboring states. Early laat  month it was reported to tlie provincial  government that frail inspection was  somewhat las: at some points in the  interior, and it was decided that Mr.  Cunningham should visii the various  quarantine =t*iririm* and look into matters gen<*raIIv attesting fruitgrowers'  interests. He ha?, now visited Revelstoke, Pernir, .(.'ranbrook, . 2?elsou,  Rossland, Grand Forks, Greenwood  and Midway, and also crossed the International Boundary line to North-  port. Besides ctiscussint-; matters  under their supervision with, the fruit  quarantine ,'officers , at tlie- several  places visited be interviewed merchants and others selling fruit in every  tiiiva hi- weiil to, with the object of en-  couragiiiJ tin- .-iiibstiiiitioti of British  Columbia fruit for that imported and  sold in the various markets in those  districts supplied with it. He expressed*'himself aa esoeediiigly gratified at  finding thft- general sentiment altogether favorable to British Columbia  fruit in preference to .that imported  froM sb'uth of the Boundary line, and  that the outlook in favor of the former  is most promising, it being chieil}' a  question of supply ou equally advantageous conditions. It was freely admitted everywhere he went that applea  grown at Salmon Arm, Ashcroft,  Lytton, Spence's Bridge, Vernon,  Kclowna, and other interior points in  the upper country are much superior  to moat of the fruit imported from  Washington. Idaho and Oregon. The  excellent work done last year by Mr.  K, M. Pnluier in the direction of  bringing fruit growers and consumer*  into touch and of *-*.<*-���urim;* lower  freight rates i.s now hearing good results. The C.P.R, company haa made  considerable concessions in rates and  ��� the .provincial -governmeni- Htill~-re-  quires Mr. Palmer to devote time -and  enargies to establishing markets for  the produce of the orchards of the .province, and is thus doing valuable service to the fruit growing industry.  Before leaving the Boundary foi! the  Okanagan Mr. Cunningham stated  that his visit had been an "eye-opener"  to him, and had placed him in a poai-  t on to give, much important information to intending settlers desirous  of going into the fruit growing buai-  flesB.  provement of seed. The stock for distribution is of the very best auu has  been secured by the Director of the Experimental Farms from the excellent  crops recently had in the. Canadian  North-West. The distribution this  Spring will consist of samples of oati  Spring wheat, barley, Indian corn and  potatoes. The quantities of oa'.s, wheat  and barley to be sent this year will be  sufficient to sow one twentieth of an  acre. The samples of Indian corn and  potatoes will weigh 3 lba. as heretofore. Any farmer may apply, but  only one sample can be seat to each applicant, hence if an individual receives  a sample of oats he cannot also receive  one of wheat, barley or potatoes, an<  applications for more than one sample  for one household cannot be entertain*  ed, These samples will be sent free of  charge through the mail.  Applications should be addressed to  the Director .if Experimental Farms,  Ottawa, aud may \;< sent in any time  before tbe 1st nf March, after which  the lists will be closed, so that all the  samples aBked for may be sent out in  good time for sowing. Parties writing  should mention the sort or variety they  would prefer, and should* the  available stock of the kind asked for  be exhausted, some other good sort  will be sent iu its place.  Wm. Saunders,  Director Experimental Farms  Ottawa, Decemher 22, 19(1?..  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  Mil UiY  A, C, DAVIES,  ?���  Manager.  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  The Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.  ==m  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTtCE.  Samples  of Choice Grain  Dear   Sir:-  Uy instruction ol ihe Hon.  Minister .">1 Agriculture- another distribution ivill bi- n*ia*J<- this season of  samples of tli*- most productive sorts of  grain to Canadian farmers for the  im-  In  new and   second ban  Furniture.      Como   and   see  goods and get prices.  MONTANA.    MONTANA     FRACTIONAL.  COLORADO, .IDAHO'.   MULDOOX,   and  NEVADA,   Mineral Claims, situate in the  Kettle  Rirfir   Mining-   Division    of   Yale  District.   Where located :    Near t<i Canyon  Creek, Main Kettlo River,  TAKE NOTICE that we, Alex,  Waddell and  William Graham McMynn, Free Miners Certi-  iK-ateNos. B40,45Uand B40,C01  respectively, intend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining* Crown  litants of the above claims,  And further talte notice that action, under  section 37. must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.    ���  Ales Waddkll.  Wn.LtA.vt Graham. McMynn  Last (Bene Jan,2$.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE*.  MON.y,  Mineral Claim, sUiiAM. In   the Kellie  River Mining* Division   nf  Yale   District.  When' located :    Near to and West of the  Canyon  Creek   bakes,  Main   Kettle River,  ami South of the El Dorada Mineral claim.  TAK'R NOTICE that we, H. D, Banins.  Ed.  Ruckle, and   Marv   McMynn,    Free   Miners  Certificate Not. B40801, B42133. and B4o��B respectively, iutand, sixty days from the   date  hereof,  to apply to the Mining- Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvement*;, for the purpose of  obtaining* a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further tak? notice that action, under  section .17, mlist be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 31st day of Mav, 1902.  II. D. Bahnf.l.  T5n. Ruckle.  Makv McMyn-n.  Last issue Jan. 2s.  MINERAL ACT, 1900.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE  -ICiHTH STAR.RING.SlIvVF.R BELLMAN M  to-bl:at,mountain VIEW.MASSINGER  and BO BRIE BURNS Fractional Mineral  Claims, situate In Ihe Kellie River Mining  Division of Yflle District.    Wherejocated:_   "On    Horseshoe    Mountain.    Main    Kettle  I        River.  j    TAKE NOTICE that we, Mary Turner  Mc  I Mvnn and William Graham   McMynn. Free  I Miners Certificate Nos. 854102 and B54901   re.  I Mpeotively, intend, sixty days from  the date  hereof,  to apply to the  Mining   Recorder for  Certificates ol Iniprovements, for the purpose  ! nf obtain in i? Crown Grants of the above claims.  '    And further take notice that action, under  ection  37,  must be commenced before tlie is-  uance of such Certilicates of Improvements.  Dated this 15th day of Julv, 1902.  Marv Toknsr McMtm.n.  William Graham McMynn.  Last issue Jan. 25.  January   1903  Announces  Our Mid-Winter Clearing'  Sale.  THE OPPORTUNITY OF THE SEASON to buy from every  department 4 WAY UNDER VALUE.-  FURS ATTRACTIVELY PRICED.  25 per cent off all Furs, including Collarettes,   Caperetts,  Victorias' and Muffs.  25 per cent off all Men's Clothing-,   Overcoats  and Mack-  inaws.    Come while the bargains last.  Tie Hunter-Kendrick Co. Ltd.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  .,V '���;    PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ���<Lr -J   3.   .  ASK FOR  I IR B  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  leading  A. L. WHITE & CO.  COPPER STREET,  opposite   A.   H.  Sperry Co.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICK.  "MEXICO" Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Mining Divlsioa nf Yale District. Where located : In Triple Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICK that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B3W&5, acting as agent for John C. Farr, Free Minet's  Certificate No. B50582, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose .1 obtainiuir a Crown Grant of theabove  claim  And further take notice that action, uuder  section 37, must be commenced before tlie is-  -naiiceof such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 3<nh day of September. A. U��� VKri.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICK.  FOURTH-OF-JULY,  Mineral Claim,   sil.iate  in the Kottle River Mining Division of Yale  District.   Wliere located:���Near to Cauvou  Creek, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  E.   Sullivan,   Free   Miners"   certiiicate   Nos.  B. 40,450 and B. 40,449 respectively. Intend, sixtv  days   from   Ihe date hereof, to  apply to the  Mfninjj Recorder for a Certiiicate of Improveinents, for the purpose"-off obtaining a Crown  Gram ofthe above claim.  And   further take notice  that-.action  under  section 37. must be commenced befoie the issuance of such Certilicaie <>f Improvemants  Dated Ihis31st. ilav of Mav. A. D. 1<W2.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  AMANDY   Miueral    Claim,    situaie    iu    the  Kettle    River   Mining Division   of   Yale  District,    Where  located:    tn Long* Cake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE tnat  I, C.  .TC. Shaw agem  for James Hunter. Free Miner's Certificate No.  BS6922 Intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply to the Mining* Recorder fora Certificate  of Improvements, for the ourpose of obtaining  a Crotvn Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice  that action,  undei  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 8th day of July, A. D. 1902.  First issue Nov. 28. C, A. E. SHAW.  MINERAL ACT  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of improvements.  NOTICE.  "LA PLAZA"   Mineral  Claim,  situate in the  Kettle River, Mining Division of Yale Dlst  rict.   Where located :   Providence camp.  Take Notice that I, John P. McLeod, Free  Miner's  Certificate  No.   B 54954  as agent for  George F. Miller, Free Miner's Certificate No.  II 65OO6' intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  : to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Ccrtifi-  j cate of  Improvements,  for   the   purpose   of  I obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And  further take notice that action, andei  section  .17, must be com.Menced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  !     Dated tills 21st day of October, A. D,, 19M.  Last ins. Dec. 24.  J. P. McLEOD  To LEWIS MEYER, FERDINAND HASSE,  and to any person or persons to whom thev  may have transferred their interest in the  "WHITE HORSE" Mineral claim situate  in Copper Camp, iu the Kettle River Mining Division of Yale District, British Columbia.  You are hereby notified that w'e have caused  to be expeuded S20S.00 to hold the said mineral  claim uiidei-the '-Mineral Act" that the proportion you should contribute for you undivided one half interest lu the above claim is $102.50  and If within ninety days from the first publication of this notice vou fail or refuse to ��on-  trlbnte the said sum' of S102.S0 ^wbichjs.noffi*-.  diiernith all costs of advertising, your interest  iu the said mineral claim will become vested in  us the undersigned, your co-owners under section 4 of an Act entitled the"Mineral Act Amend  ment Act" 1900.  Dated at Greenwood this 7th November, 1902.'  Margaret k. Mercer,  H. L. Woob.  Ja.mkb Graham,  Annik Hudson." '   ���  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To JOHN COLLINS and any person or persons to whom he mav have transferred his  Intetests I11 the "TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situate on the West Fork of Kettle River,  lying* North of and adjoining  the Knob  Hill Mineral claim   in   the  Kettle  River  Mining Division of Yale District.  You are herebv notified that 1 have expended  $102.50 iu order to hold the said mineral claim  under the provisions of the Mineral. Act, that  you should contribute J51.25 as your portion of  the said sum for  vour undivided one half interest In said claim and if within 90 davs from  the first insertion of this notice you fall or refuse to contribute the sum ,of"$51.25 which is  now due bj  you. together with   all  costs  of  advertising,  your  Interest    iu    said   mineral  claim  will  become tin- property of the   subscriber under section four of an Act entitled  the "Mneral Act Amendment Act." 1900.  Dteda at Greenwood, B.  C. the 28th day of  October, 1902. JOHN MATTHEWS.  Last insert finnan. 31st. 1"0.1.  ���    fifijtfifiJtfifiJ*#��J*#J*&J*Jl fifij*fifi###fi&j*fiJtfi#j��&fififififiJtJtjA#J*JtJ*JiJ*JtjtJ*    fififififififififififififififififi fififififijMj*jfiJtj��jK��j*J*j*j��^  i  fc , , ��� .*  J    ���_  *  THE   OLD   WORLD. J  i  NEXT T�� THE       2  CLAREKBCN     .J I*  ii I  li  !  THE   BOUNDART   -CREEK,- TIMES.  V"i  Prom our line of office and  pocket Diaries, we can supply  ..you with just what you require  at righ "prices���from 25 cts up  ���  i  Smith S�� McRae,  Dr. H. S. Keith of Cranbrook  is visiting his brother W. S. Keith,  NOTICE OF F0RFE1TVRE.  Books, Stationery, Wall Papers, J5tc.  Carnival a Success  Lars��. Attendance and Pretty Costumes  !      at Rink.  The first masquerade carnival held  at thejfkaiiag rink on Thursday evening waa a ��� grand success as over 300  people��atered the building and about  150 of .them turned out in costume.  The judges were J. L. White, W. M.  Law an4..p. A. Bannerman. At 9. pin.  they handed the secretary of the band  the following list of prize winners:  Prize donatecljjy A. Logan & Co. for  beat fancy cbatumedilaqiy, won by Miss  B, Gillard who represented, a. gypsy  prize donated by H. A; King & Co. for  best fancy 'costumed' gentleman won  by E-*'p3r Bird who dressed as The  Black Prince, prize donated by Smith  & McRaeyfor best fancy costumed girl  won by Miss Alice McMyun, who  dresaed as a. Fairy, the prize donated  by P. W;.- George & Co. for the best  fancy costumed boy was won by Master Clititon Atwood who represented a  coon and;the prize for the best comic  oostume donated by Rendell & Co. was  won by .Mr. A. G. Logan who appeared  ua a Dandy Coon. Iu the afternoon  th�� members of the;CHi*ens Band paraded the streets dressed up in costume  to represent the "HaySeed Band". By  the number of spectators (not counting  dogs) vt\io watched the different antique* of the Hayseeds and listened to the  mutic * we may also say this Grand  Parade was a great success and did  much in try iug to make the carnival  auch a success.  The Citizen's band huve asked the  Times. to publish tlie follow ing card:  On behalf of of the members of the  Citizens Band I thank the citizens ofthe  town for'their"^ery generous patronage  they gave our carnival on Thursday  and I am also specially instructed to  thank'.the gentlemen who donated  prizes and acted, as judges and door  keepers for 4hat occassion,  ... Xours respectfully,  L. Bruce Hodge Sec. Treas.  Greenwood Citizens  Band  Oreenwood B. C, Jan 16, 1903;  "What is an optimist, Willie?  _���i?An_optimist ,_Sallie, is_. a man who  does not believe any one of the vile reports in circulation about himself and  not more than half he hears concerning his ��� neighbor."���Ca uton Saturday  Roller.  Mr. Furst-Nyter���Just as I thought!  The whole house is sold ou.tl  His Wife���Weill Ask hint which  speculator outside has the orchestra  aeatal���Judge.  Sufferer���Can you direct me to aCen  tlst who administers gas?  Victim���No; but I can direct you to a  barbar who does."���Chicago News.  'Why do you pack people into your  cars this way ?' asked an irate passenger, standing in the side.  'Well, you *ee-,\.me conductor explained, 'It makes 'etri so hot they don't  notice how celd the car is,'  S. BARRY YTJ-ILL  Elections are Over  Continved frontpage one  FRACTICAI.      WATCHilAKEK       AND  jEWEEXER.  All work guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  ;in 1902and previous years,  For school trustee Mr,; Smailes was  elected by acclamation. Mr. Atwood  was.nominated for the office, but discovering that Mr.-Smailes was seeking  re-election he retired.  In consequence . of the arrangement  entered into-by the. candidates the  voting on Thursday was perfunctory.  Returning officer Taylor sat iu his  office from 9 a. tn. to 7:30p. m, and in  that time gave out Only 50 ballotts.  Of these M were cast for Mr. Smailes  IS for Mr. Naden and one spoilt ballot. Mr. Smailes was declared elected  and the most unique election contest  came to an end.  At Phoenix.  The following wftre'elected by acclamation: Geo. W. Rumberger reelected  mayor for fourth term. John Riordan  J. H. Graham," W. J. Porter, James  Marshall, L. Y. Birnie and Alex. McDonald aldermen. School trustee I.  Crawford.  THE NEW  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt .servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,      Manager.  Eowtiey's,  iUitson Bros  and  Stewart's  ��t)oeo!af <rs.�����  3u$t arrived*  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  f>. B. iftunroe  Copper Street*  BLANK  BOOKS*..  AND OFFICE SUPPLIES  CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS,  LEDGERS, DAY nOOKS.  TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES.  FYLES; INK, MUCILAGE,  PASTE. ETC , ETC,  To A. BRANSON, D. R. CAMPBELL,  D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and Improvements on the "Boston"  "Toronto" and '!St. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate en Cranberry Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle River, in the Kettle River Mining  Division'-of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recording* the  same, such being* the amount required and  necessary to hold the said claims under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act' and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from tbe date of the first publication of thia  notice in the Boundary Creek Times you 'fail  or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex  pendlture, namely $230.50, together with al  costs of advertising, your interest in satd  mineral claims shall become Invested in 'me  {your co-owner) upon filing* in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900."  Dated this 28th day of October, 1902.  .   yb'tiKj;&. GREDEN..  Last puplicatlon Jan. 31,1903.,  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES    FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  A  complete  line   of  always ou hand.  SALVATION   ARMY HALL|  COPPEE STREET.  Services are held every evening 8 p.in  Special Services are held Sunday after  noon and nig*ht 3 p. m. aud S p. in.  Come and hear  the Cornishmen  singf  ffior   supplies  Of&c? and pocket Di.tries for 1903.  J�� JL>��  Boods, Stationery and Office  Supplies, Etc.  Rubber Stamps  SEALS. STENCILS, PRICE M.VftKBRB,  PRINTING WHEELS. NUMBISRINQ  MACHINES, BAUD DATING AUU NUMBERING STAMPS, CHECK PERFORATORS,       RUBBER      TYPE,      PRtNTINe  PRESSES, ETC.-  FRANKLIN STAMP WORKS, Vancouver  E.'W. BISHOP  PLUMBING  STEAMFITTINGy JOT  WATER HEATING.  Estimates Given.    Satisfaction GuarJ  anteed.  Naden-Flood Block,  Greenwood'  We desire to extend our  thanks for the very liberal  patronage accorded to Us  during the past year  and to  Happy  wis     1  New Year.  King & Co*  *^W&A*,tt^rtrt&>^>><r&'<r$t  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  | SKATES^SHARPENED.  | PAINTING AND  | SIGN WORK.  ! Copper St.    Greenwood,  .X��X"X^^^X��>X'<*<��>��W^C^M��W>  Page ��  SEL-CAW-GAULFIELD GO,  i' i  In  LIMITED.  The Store Where Goods and Prices Are  Always Right  WMmiwmmmmmmmmmimw  <3=��  (F*]  '<si  <F*  Cr��\  (F��  *���'���  Capital, all paid up Jt 2,000,000.  Rest.  $8,000,000.  Prenlilent.   LoRti Stsatbco;-ja and Mount Rovai,  Vice-President:   Hon. GnoflOft A. Drhmwowji.  Ccnaral Manajjor :   E. S  Clouston. r  Branches m London, Eng. \ ��11Jh tnPlc^lt. \ New M, CMcago.  Buy and sell Sterling* i5xohait(r? and Cabl-s Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Ti-aTrtlers' Credits, avall'aWfi in any partjof the -world.  Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FINUCANE, Manager.  i*^  I  J HTfANAD1AS pANR OF fOMMERCE  With Which is Incorporated-the  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital. $8,000,000. Rest, $2,500,000  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER. General Manager  F.  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  P.O. BOX 296. -PHONE 179  0). 3, mclHiilan �� ��������  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  ������ TUCKET CIGARJC0,,���U^  BRANDS.  MONOGRAM,    MARGUERITA.     BOQUET,    OUR SPECIAL  EL JUSTILLO.  EL CONDOR,  SARANTIZADGS, SCHILLER  Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver, H. C.  ; the Oyster Season      \  X Well heated rooms at moderate  A  Y prices.     Also   first class board  X  V by day or week. V  ? THE SWAYNE HOUSE,       %  \ Silver Street.            jf  I Greenwood        $  ^��^<,��������fr����������������0 ������>��frS"��  Is now in lull swing.    Try our  BULK OYSTERS.  Imported by us direct from   tho   beds.    Strictly   fresh"  ��  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ft  ��  ��  ��  ft  �� o  �� ���  ft ���  and of good quality.  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  $ ���0ft I  4  \  %  ��� t  DEALERS IN  I  FURNITURE, * CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  COPPER STREET,  GKtKNWOOD.   & Pag-e 6  'Hj'fe   BOtTIi >A?  CREJEK  TOlfefe  and Musical  Entertainment  Local and Personal,  Blake Wilson nf P. Burns ft Co,, was  in Hip nit y litis, week.  J. S. I .a-.vn-iii������-, ('. ,'v W. Ir.iinrii;isti-r  was in th'- i-il v lliis week.   A'l' THI'1",-  Mother  Lode Mine.  , A concert followed by a ball  will be given by the employees  of the Mother Lode mine at  the Mother Lode dining-Hall on  JAN.  27TH: 1BQ3  A Cordial Invitation* Extended  To  All.  Music by tie Greenwood  Orchestra.  . The Mother Lode daily stage  will leave the litnperial Hotel  7:45, 8:15 and 8,45. The Windsor  Hotel ?:SS,';  8:30.* and" 9:00.     '.  Concert 8;00.        Dancing 10;30  TiCKETS   iConeen and Ball)   $1,00  ��� ������ ��� ���   Ladles Free,  fi fi .fi fi fi fi fi fi fi L�� fifi fifi fifi fi  JL A. ZELLER,     Prop.  )      Comfortable rooms hy day m-,  month.  MRA;LR AT;ALL HOURS.  Board   siid  Room  tTt r.f month  *������*���  $25,0.0.     :    ���  #��� tc *��� 'tc *'��� tc tCMfP sf jc 1? j** ** v* i? te. if*  Connections with  Western Union Telegraph Company-  (22,000 offices iu U.S.A.) .    .  ������AND-^-     * ��� ���     ''.':"-.'  Great North-Westem of Canada-  [2,00 offices i" Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.  1. C. HELM, Office Manager, Greenwood, B.C  TELEPHONE NO.  12.  Thorough Instruction  Careful Training  Vigilant Oversight  Ideal Location  Experienced Teachers  Refining    Influences  Homelike in Character  LiJifli  IS  P.O. hi 1026. site.  A. ��� L- Clements, station* agent at  Grand Forks . and D. D. Munroe were  over to attend county court on 'Tuesday last,  D. Mac Kay, one of the popular C. P.  R. conducters was among the * caudi-  dates for aldermen in Nelson-  Geo.-;R, Naden and W. J1'- Kirkwood  left this morning for Camp McKinney  to appraise the damages by fire which  destroyed Swinburne's butcher shop,  L-"'3T���On the 'w;ay tc. the social  dance at the Maaonic hall last Friday evening, a Maple Leaf 'enamelled  brooch. The finder will please return  to the Times office.,  William McBride "of thia city lias  received word of the death of Geo.  Smith of pneumonia iu Spokane. Mr.  Smith lived in Greenwood for sevpral  years. He was a- carpenter*-by, trade  and owned the lot upon whi'ch th?  the Mellor block now stands.  Dr. H..W, Keith, graduate nfMcGill  luia been in Greenwood for several'  days. Dr. Keith who has been practising; in IJast Kootenay for the last two  years has finally.decided to ldcate;liere  and has taken offices* in the Wallace-  Miller Block cm Copper street.  '��� ���'">'.*      j-;.. ..   ,-.      ' - ���  A grand ball and musical entertain,  ment will be given,by the employees  of the Mother Lode in aid of a fellow  employe who* was* recently injured  there, at the Mother L,ode dining* room  on, the t evening of January 27th.  Stage* iwill run from the city. The  Greenwood orchestra will furnish the  music and an excellent programme is  being arranged.  An interesting event took place in  tbe, quits little..town of.Deadwood on  the evening of Thursday, Jan 15th.  The occasion being the marriage of  Miss .Henrietta Henderson, oi the Al-  goma, hotel, to Mr. Wm. 'Johns, of the  Norden hotel, Greenwood. The marriage ceremony was performed by Rev.  J. D. P. Knox at, the home, .of the  bride's"parents?"' Only the'immCdiafe  friends of the contracting parties were  present. ..*���*���';���  The Florence group, on the North  Fork of Kettle river, in which Ottawa  parties recently acquir d an interest  from the owner, M. R. Feeney, of thi9  city, is looking well. Surface work  haa resulted in the exposure c>f a well  defined lead of pay ore two and one-  half feet wide underneath "wash."  One of. the walla has been struck. A  drift from the bottom of a twenty-foot  shaft is to be started at once with the  object of catching the lead. An assay  of ore from the surface showing, uncovered recently, gave returns of ��68  ij gold, silver and copper in tlie order  named, the principal value being* in  gold The group is situated in  Brown's camp, eleven miles from this  city. Four men are at present 3m-  ployed on development work.  W. F. Newton has eleven men working on two shifts on a group of 24  claims* on the east .side of^ the Kettle  river, about a mile sontu of Danville.  He is operating in two different places*  for the development of the . Copper  Bullion, which gives evidences of becoming a mine. The principal work  :lone on'it is'a shaft 108 feet deep,  from the bottom of which*-.a drift has  been driven on the vein-.100 feet.'. A  crosscut from tlie bottom of the shaft  has intersected the v^-in, where it is  six feet wide. In the drift the vein  varie?. from three to sis feet in width,  and the ore along the entire 300 linear  feet is said to average ��18.25 in value.  Several analyses of the ore shosv from  40 to 60 per cent silica and a hall of 1  per cent copper. The commercial  values run about 316 \ji gold and from  two to aix ounces silver to the ton,���  Qrrand Fork? N$ws*..v>-.- ,������.��� -..-:.-,-      ...  ^MM^NIm^^  ii.    Roberts,     a     kossl.'ihtl    mining j  engineer was in the city thi..*. week.  D. "Wilson, inspector of public schools  with headquarters at Nelson, is in Hie  city. .*    . , ���-  J. H. MacFarlane who is now living  at Vancouver was here last week visit-  his family,  Jas. McNicol and wife and Dr.  Thomas and parcy of Midway drove  np to ottend the. Gavin Spence concert.  "��'  *��.  Goods  *��� |fM-���-���-TTT"TT " "������-1��� '  .���,,-������,��� .._,. tan-i-i- .-.f^-gw^.^  oots ffl  Going at Eastern Prices.  OUR BIG ANNUAL  Commences Monday, Jan,  This Sale will be  i  GREENWOOD, B. C.  f TfT --T- -f ���  At    A-V     .   ���      "?*       -t  t    r    -t    f


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