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Array A Slimjse Behind the Scenes an the Copper  .;���'>;.. ���-,.''-. Market. .������-���,'.  IPpmu Ihe heart of "Wall itree-t' by tie .Times'  .   ,   regularand yeiaclpui c&Mespondeat.)  ';' N"ew York, Dec; 25.���Although; the  future prosperity  of  tlie miningdis-  'trU'ibf British Columbia* dSpeiid s'upon  the stat�� > of the xdpp��r _;martet,;' very  Eesf.qf'those interested appreciate tbe  'lacpleata that led   up _to"' ���'the;, recent'  downward -course of." copper- in- the  New"York and I<ondoii; markets.- .Did  the   good  intizena^of ^the ^Boundary  ?i  *r.  W0/ is more delightful for  asimlltokenWahon^ of our  ancy boxes of  fresh{arid oj[the best flavor,  also   ;:'���-.���'.���'���������.  ���i,^:'M^k  M  t?&;  C KSemerads ��� ^Proprietor.  If -yon;"buy. <>nce,>y��u will .: "'  : '-;A:'; A A'^i &m&$gZitt,-A-  <$=*����!>  To Busy to write ad, Corae  and pick out Christmas ���'���>; .'���-'<���  .Presents. ' Every article  marked in plaLa flgaxes,  One-prices to all and thai the  lowest.  (?=>��>��=?,  A^ftbmMc  1*H.'.>  a  Assets  ''STRONGEST IN THE WORLjD"  $304,568,063.49 ^      Surplus . v $66,137, UOM.  H, AUUBNBEKG,, Manager,  605-606-607 Empire State Building,-  :        SHAftlES f. KIPfc Cas1ii*r.;>.;,.;>.���"  Office:-X��v;;prown;2!LU Ke��iden<* Te3, So��:��w 801,  M����ca��iial Aggreeate. of Ore Treated by the  .   BrHlsli  Columbia..' Cwner  Comcady's  v^'f);. Smelter Since It CominenceilOjer- '.'v-"..;'���  etions    In *  * Fefriuary.''a.  '���-.- ������:"���      . .*.''"*; A*-:*I��fc'^ r-'.���������'>'.���'  The ton;hage of "ore smelted ��� at the  B ritlsh Columbia Copper Company's  smelter,'. Greenwood, * since it '. commenced operations, in February last,  ag;g:'re(pates:117,S6S'- tons. Substituting  the few days'it was running- in February forthose it was stint down ior repairs in August, tli�� above harried  quantity represents a ten. months' run  fora single-furnace with. a. nominal  capacity of only 250 tons, and gives a  daitjr average oyer the whole period of  381toiisV; During the recent months,  though, the daily average steadily increased, having been-394'totis in Sep-  tenLber,-408 in October, 4-09 in November and 422}�� tons tn December. Last  month's run was a record "breaker and  totalled 13,098 tons. ; The test figures  are remarkable and constitute an elo-  qtl��n.t. testimony to ; two; prominent  facts, first, particularly,, the favorable  hatiiie of self.,;fluxing* ores' In. the  Boundary district, and next'-theskill of  PitiL Johnson indesig-aing, construct--  Liig"and operating the smelter, .which  produced, results that .with regard to:  quantity of ore treated are phenominal  in the history of copper smelting.  WHY COPPER WEHT DOWN.  possibilities were.siifficieht^fe-frig.EIclii  the big*.copper trust.*/ .Frdm^theKwilds  of Ari2oua,*;froin;the ifar^fatiied- "Bijite  mities, from the ancient '-Calumet' ;sUid.  Hetla-j from the"' historic"��� 'Rid.,Tii3't'qwi  from'Mexico and. .Peru, copper/,(wis;  jpoused into the market With:;', the:resiiit?  .that ill e prices'came .tumblingrjioyr]'*(���';>  .Xlte whole affair wii]*j;proy,ei:*;a';bb��iini^:  erangp.tbthe,copper kings';'andV.a.c:iis-*-*;  tiiict ad-vantage to, the .Boundary*'district. By the_ time consolidation "-can  be ca.rr.ied into effect the copper,';'anar-.  , ke't-'aaii-st.necessarily recover,; and;then'  theoperators in British CoLumbLa" will  have * something* to *say regardiiiir.  when copper shall go down and tip.-;r "'���':,a  KHIGHTS OF PYTHIAS>i U?  Spoiatie, Wstsh.  realllie tbatithe possibility of .opening  the   inexhaustible treasure - vaiilts.of  theirdiatJict"oh   a   largre scale,  was  responsible for the panicj while riattir-  alLyralatmed.at the resiiLt, *they* could  not bnt be flattered that -their district  cowild influence to sucli va lar^e extent  the copper-markets of the world..  , The Amalgamated Copper; com pany,  umfler the    clever*   manipulation   oi  Rockefeller, succeeded in  keeping: the  price of copper ��p where there was a  h3g profit In mining- and treating ;the  same.   The ancient, house  of Roths-  cfc3Bd did  the" same   for the London  market. Xhey-judicLOUBly husbanded the  ont-jat and having control-of the well  fcraawn. copper mines . of the world,  *h*y conld easily manipulate the market to suit themseKes-i  ������ Kat their, equanimity was   rndely  d3eeurbed by the  roian  from  British  Cart-itm'Wa���from     Soundar/   ." Creek,  JEsrty   .last   week "Wall   street    was  eftaittled hy the appearance ot ��� VJ. A  Thotaaa,   a   raicinjg- expert: who  is  fcaown from Patayoflia,,tp Klondyke,  33e;U always reticent about his move-  aneftts,pastor future?hut he retwmed  itcta Honudary creek; with* completed  afritagemetits; for a mlniig deaL, that,  ���yeti-ik eatried into effect must speedily  ewt a considerable figure in the opper  .msuricet and make the Rockefellers and  <tfc* Rothchilds feel -as   if   the  copper  w<orfd was not theirs,  ��� Thomas would  tea'Vfclcept the "scheme -q.uiiet and * no  on* vrould have got aa inkling.of. what  he *waa doing- except ihia principals,  Wt-there were too many people' in the  d'eaL aad Wall street discovered* that  a ���>aletliing��� importan t  was   'going to  toagjpen,'  :.;,;.'-'   ,;   ''].\        . ._l    *  'Che deal I have ��� reference to Has  aJtready been; reported in. the" Times;  3d Li-the ioasolidation of. ths mining  3nt��restB of the I>oml��ioa and B. C.  ���Cogger companies aad an increased  amiiter capacity to irieet the demands  ���o-filhe largest possible; otrtput frora  Hbew; properties. Xhe. possibilitiesrof  ;saBCh a deal wefe of i��es.cient magnl-  biies to> alarm the eopper magnates;  the* treatment of such a large output  by E'attl Johnson it less than $1 per  bo<��,,the qnarryifi^ofthe ore measuriia  a��K a. coat thatis lesar, tlian that of any  Scml-Ainual Installment of OHicers Cclebraiei  ",-,:-������-.;_     '"-. A..'By a."Rinwrt.'X.%p-->-<.-:A'A  ".������''.Oil New Year evening- the uiistalla-  tion oi officers for the next six; .uiout lis  took;place at Green \yddd. I/Otlge Nd,''29,'  35. of P, There was alaTg-eatteh'cl'a n.ce;  ���of local;..m'enibers:, and : ajgood crowd  ���ffoaci-,*. Pli'oenix .*lodge,^b.esides ���several*  "Rossland lodge; uienihers * vrorking . at  llie'Mother I^odej' tvef t-visitors.,--;:'::;  ; IDEsfcrict Deputy Grand . Chancellor,.*  Duncan Smithbfliciated-it thcitista3la-.  tion, assisted by...*Past Ohaucellor  3D.; iMitrray.* The foLlbwing* pBicers  ivere. -installed,:.; C. *C,,: -Norman', Mc-  3wepd^." V. C., A. Allihaclier;":,,'p.JH C^:  Ptttooki M. of \Y'i_] A.,E/in<l;i K/-R. S:,  A.:S,.i3nIbree; 'M.;of:E'., Iy^G.WLtbeck;'  M. oE"R, \Vi. J.' McGregror;: M. at A.',  A.!33eEison; I. GM K McKenzie; Ov,G.r  K. C; B. Frith:./Appropriate.speckles.;  ivere made bythe new officers, visiting*  brothers and; several of the members;  Music'" was ^provided by Professor  Kanlfinan -and-some eiccelleiit /sorig-s  ���\yete ;rendered. '.' ���".*:''. ',-,-;:;'; ;*;.; ' :''a\-\-:a-  ���The ' I^odge" then; adjotirtied ..to the  "banqaLet room where a spread' awaited'  thein1 that did credit to "Werner;. & Pit-'*  tocUr,--- who :;"provided. .';the; ;hana|ueti.  Speech<s *were.made, a.hd J. ;*W;AGrieri:  -vith-a/ fe.w;.,weU^(3iiosei'^v!r>rdSi:'--/:pr;e-:*  sented^Max'Bergeri ittie ireti ring-C^C^y:  ���with;-a* :soHd silver :Pas<* ���."Chancellor's  je-welij *a Jgift' from the ^rienibera.: i.'*It*,h  was''.iL': great surprise;.-to -Mr.-..Be'rger.'i  and.Lt showed tliat'his"bro'tliers* 1 ii;.the  tlioroiughiy   appreciated"f-.his"  earliest.  hl^rh standard during his term of ptBce.  and ttie. initirlng yig*or ���'tyitli; which' he;  has worked ever- since he* joined'-'; the  Icid^e.-. -Mr. Barker. espects;''-td.:*T��iLVe'  tills con 11 try in* a.' short ��� time, .and. his  absence:will be siuce'relyj.'regretted *h^.  erery nteuiber of G'reenivodd Lodge.-::.>  Theleport given by the Master of  Sxc-liequer showed -a' gratifying increase in the funds of the lodge'djiriiv'g  the last six months.   -  ������������������-.���'- 'a:-. A-: ���' ������ ������-���*  ���sda^eveningWi^  .bj.tetiaii"dliur'ch at eiKfit';d'cLic-k*i*when$feM;^  'C0KFUSI0K,  k Ltirchiible Three A.ct Farce Comtanj at tli*  '''.**'���;': Optra House, '���������.,  Tlie Kossland Aihateiir Theatrical  Xiompe who were so enthusiastic ally  receL/ed a I Kossland, Nelson and other  points in the Kootenay, will appear at  the Awditoriuni on Monday'evening  next under the auspices of Boundary  Valley Lodge, 1. O. O. F. : The pity U  clean and exceedingly .funny. -Ct* is  sure to be enjoyed bvtln>se who attend,  The amateur compa 11 v U':i(nder the dL-  rectloti of W. J. Nelson, .un" old'���favorite  witlt' G-rceuwood people who will; re-  maraber.him as manager -of a- similai  RpssEand company. ; who:���.pIa5;ed .in  'Green-wood about two years ago. \ ''Che  mdiufceTS of;the company;' are ;popii|ar  y-caag- people of Kossland - who. sEJould  5beT gjeeted by a; full house.". '���i,lj^;  prices of admishiun ha^-e heentised.-at;  * itl a��t55" cents, ','��� Tic&��td::cau:;;lb^sev:  enrtdlLtcH. B. Munroe's.'   ''S;:; ��� ���" *;'^  ^ReyeA^^Mcfea;.^  ;id*iLciidafpasttr"pf;.'H  '3Bey.;J"i' R,'Mill^ o&'Pho^.ixv-^|^pre- ^    rt '^-���^  sacie.and:address>;the3fe��i'|&ter^^ ^      (^ ^?'^  3Dt." Robitisdiij of Rossland,���'w-ilUpTeacli ^Jl-   tS   -'-*-'  and RerVRobertiidu,; ;bf.' G-ra^id^^prks/   ^" J  will ;.addreM:Hhe^'congreg-at!d;ni^'The  in diicLiort'ser\rices:are yery'^ifitetestliig  ' ahd.aire open.-to tlie;i)iiblioi1'-''';-\';-'"jf'ij.  ., Th e re 'was' a; very iargetattericlaii.ee pt  the.Maso 11 ictemple and-the"atatLbn on  NCoiaclay; afterhqou.';when/th^J1)<ody Of  ,G��. VYf yedder'was sent* to Spo3ca.ii|e for  iiilerijieat.t.i-.T.he, * l.inpressiye^ieirlceB  of the 'A',;:F,: &.A...M.'' were, 'held'.'iii the  hall aiid the Maiouic; brethern;:;i(5conL-  panied 'the': rewaiua * to:'the .(.railway.  H. R-."Cii'1'1 ning-hani^- the'partne&Wf the  iaece;jsec( weht;to;.;Spqkaue,;: i^JitW! th��  Euneial^.'tool^ptace*!.'.the;. Masoiaa o��^^ that:  city; having*. 'charge^'of '������j#dei��iux&ag<.  nients,*...     :\X.ii:. " ���'-���-������*-���'-"������'��- ���^������a-  '. Miss Divesley who ha&'been visiting  3iei's5ster Mrs. T, &. WTuuettlett-aitew;  da;ya ngo' ior het borne.: in; Jj6a4<>p,  ���Ont,;' from which place..;she'received  ���votd ot the . serious, iiluesis-.'of^her  iiotSier. - .'; a.'-a~;.-a^::';>}''aj  li i& proposed to^tart a Yoii*njy\Peu>-  pies" Club in Greenwood, -The' pf*  posisl li as met with the war-in." apatofal  -of the ministers-of the; town.,; It'will  ' 3t��ve for its object'tbe'social," spirEtiiitl  a.��d intellectual advanceinent of -the  youh^r people of 1>oth sexes.'r T.he; first  -trieetiiag will be held -next Saturday  ereoedg, Jan. 4th, iathe.'l'reabyteiaasi  ���ciWch.. Arran$-eureats|' vill be;: made  fot'a social and IWeraryipj-ogramhseat  Ihatsneeiing. 3f d-Jsiifficieat nnini),eJ  priw-t-at themselves, Ffeach aadr.fijer-  naa�� classes will, be* 'stsrtea... All ������the         yomng people of the town and alio ldei  otWereopper district���-these &0 otbet V-wea ioc are cordially invited to attend,  /���>  < 1  - r  m  . w  ^M  : At the beginning of ,thttyeiar-;;-r Ir ���-  Whits..-Wok po.-is^ion:,qfvMi|1jS^3eoaj-' ^  ;drug->tpre .v^iiich^^jptt^tMeia^aoin* (- Ck  ;t.iin.ei:..a:^.o^v;'r;;Mill(fi?^^^ tfie    ��� \\^ j��  [feweir^depaTtjnei^^Sd^e 1 -i.>-c'" .  wililiave'charge^ Eji.Js^-"^   ^  Biiiler.leaves ahortiy,;;toStjoift >-   \. ^  '\irhp.':.i.v','.yi,s'itir^;'i;in.M - J ^  ';DJiller;Will;slikeiy->accepW'a;U^^^^^ " ,    ""'  gdsity>i>:\vhich **has;^wir/^(f^ce3:,3riirt       "*        ^.  .'by :*a':'bi(f''.in.a^ 6i\    ,-���   y^ -  tft��i  :tfe5.idehts''o;f;,Gr.een^^^^ ^-"j<; >-*-\,  ;pr��iiiug;eitizeh">vhds&de be v--gJ.''5^-j"' *' "M  ,regretted. by. the ^edpl^'^of^eeeH��voo^l J^j V ^ I "M  ��� anddic^rict.-v^*';:r.;-;;M^j.iH#��fe     1'   -     ���'   ��� v~  ���A-;.;' .-AA.:,' <;-'-;. *;*--i'-:".-,-��������������� .;.-*:-������ ;AA-A*iA'f^j:'':. �� -���  ': ������,Tbe>St.;*A.ndre-w;,s-if AtLaoirie^^it the    v^  ������&.' C^-Hotel*'6n;NeAv,-x^a^s";e3��i ppovid     j"  a;very enjoyablelaffait^^y^outlfifty *-"  cquy:i^;wi��^pi^senfc��^^ ' ^ ~  psirt ,of -HheYfeveruiSg^a' *witt3;;fiddri?��a  '^^dyiy^rea:b3^e^33r^EtEaaf-sdd -   if  DIr>,;^C^tclieohi:3iiss ,^tc��hiert;*;Kj5a " ^ w.  ^aitdi^MissfMidkkr^'MrJ: Wbitestd*,    c  :lSlri.:;:McMyijn^ rkr^V>Dn1^;:Mr,:-;Bea-<h,   ^ ^  JJtrj'JJ'ilicuiiah autl otSers; coB'trrtinged       c  towards the ihusical *partvo>E.'t\ie:',p-t*+ ~~  gramme.-     Wiss . Goddart^asrtajs J��tr^  ECodge. danced 1. ailUghlakijdi; ;'-;3PiaOjg: ��ti  Cc>gtLitije,;ajid din-ring lJJe*'c��!;e^l.ffi^^ae,v���,  gralSc^tti^h dancejS..; were ;'i��i��3nft��4 ta        "*  tbe--:p��,d^r.-isnir.e, ���; --^eireshni'eiflta^ssa  served-by'tlieiadiek^apd^a^-mi^  the party :Uade.farewiill't^th��;oId;yeaf  by siugiiigi,'��i\\(\ t,?.ng Sync,'"      *���  M  & |;^SSfS?��;^  mmm  WI  WS&$��$?s0  " "'W  wmim^m-m  *KK  ��� %:%  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK TIMES.  v  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HA LLETT A SHAW,  b^KRisrKus, Soucitoks,  Notaxucs Pcjiujc.  CaUiai Address:   " HAiwn."  CdUKS  eAford M'NeLIV*   Qrhenwood,  Murcliijf i, NcaPi, '  Lellier's. ���    B. c.  I. it, UAIXET1.  II. C. SHAW.  M&L.EOD & BROWN  ItAKKis^JCKS and Soucitoks,  NorAwnts Public, Etc.  OHne-.: Jiaileii-L-'luod tilin.lt, Ojiyor direct,  rjri:einvi]inl, n.C.  J. K, Bkcivjj.* J. 1\ Mcleod,  FORBES M. KERBY, C.E'  PROvrxci\r, Land Survrvok,  Officei:   Gretinvood,li. C,  also J, A. Unsworlli's Store, Midway, IS, C,  /=". W. GROVES,  Civil, and  Mining Engineer  Province j. Land Surveyor.  GRl'.KNWOOI),  B.C.  Mlii����al Claims Reported ��i|ion.  DiMlcrfjrouiKl Surveys  CHARLES AE, SHAW,  Civil, Enotitisbh,  Dominion    ,*hd    PR0ViircrA.r,  Land Suhvicvoh.  (3RE��NW0OO.   :      r      ;      :   B.   O.  BAUER & ASHCROFT.  Provincial Lani Surveyors  Minineand Civil Enelneerlus.  Miiieriul  -Claim* Snrv-i*-j-isl aiirl'Crou-n Grami-d  Laii.l and ICjij.'iiiei=risijj Surveys  */. A.  Wlrt��;e.E���'p,l.S. A.B, ASHCHOFT C.E =.*=-.LS  UMHCOWtfi '        s/?r����wooc  Wood    Rluck,  next, dinar   lu'   Custom    oflice  CrRRENWOOD. 11. C.  m  l:   ,  SOCIET[ES.  COOKS ASD WAITERS VSION HO. II?.  (NOTICE OF MEETING.  *-pm: luumiiA ry cook^ asd wait-  1 uri- Union N". 117, ititel-. In^t and third  Tuesday**" of c:icli niimili atUiilnn Ha.UI Visit-  mi> ni��'iiibi*i*.s in iriiixt siniidlii**.' cordially  Invited,  Rciim.iT (!. nrooi>,        *  Chas.*Dahkkak,  .President. Secretary.  yyt D. willsoiv  CONTRACTOR.  I  liavu laiitfrlit  K.   t\. CiW-tes;.House  Moving  c-(jni|>iiu'iit and  will carry (in  Uie Business In  future.  nrwaclies :   Grand Furies and Kossland.  IT,��nve orders willi Pacific-Transfer  Silver Si wet,  property and erecting* a more suitable  l)iiilclinj'-g,i a niore ceiit*r;il site. 'Ihe  sale 'v-as made and tlie government  promisee! a.sufficient sum. to purrfi&se  the site a.nd assist the erecting* oi a.  school building that Won UI be a credit  tothecity. The trustees have, been  keeping-it.* touch with the governni-eut  regarding this important matter and  the latter have expressed their taiieii-  ti-ou to fill HI their promise as soon as  the legislature votes the necessary  funds. ITnder the circumstances, the  present tnis't'e'aii.should, be re-elected by  iiccla.nia.ticm'so that they may be a1>le  to-complete the work started last year.  New men unacquainted with the -details of tike negotiations between the  trustees and the "government'-would  not be in as g-ood a position to look  after the city's interests as those *\rbo  have the matter already in hand, The  present trusLees should be given thne  to complete the work of securing- adequate school facilities in the city.  CABINET REPRESENTATION-  Cbc  Cn  Issued Every fricfay  DUSCAX X��SS,  MAS-AdlNG Eiutok.  Cct.irMBCA  Tki,ki'iiimji-;   No. -10,  Ybkncik �� Nki.Aox Tki.ki-uonh ..No. 29,  SD*SCH1I��TI0NS IM ADVANCE.  Six Mom-mis    .  'Co Pohwiisn CoUrfTKJI'.M  ,.S 2 00  125  >50  FH1I>\Y, JASUAKYJ, nn.  SCHOOL   TRUSTEES.  Under the amendments tothe school  act, trustees are nominated and elected  at the same time as mayor and aldermen, Heretofore tlie trustees were  elected at the annual meeting of householders, field aliout the end of June, but  since the cities under the amendments  assumes laryer portion of tlie cost of  main teai aace of schools, the elections  are held concurrent with those of the  municipality so that tlie people* may  ha.ve a lb etter opportunity of expressing*  theirojiiuiou as to wlio shall have  charg*e*o-f the work connected with the  maintaining* of etKcient schools tliat  are so important in every city.  The present trustees itrel. H. Hallett,  RaLph Smailes aud J. A,  Russell.  During the past year many important matters were considered l>y them.  Abis weUE Icuovvi], the -old school building was unsuitable for the purpose and  so situated that it was at too great a  disl-auce from many of the children.  the Sisters of Peace were desirous of  purchasiti.!^ the property and the  trustees in conjunction with other  citizen's i mpresscd upon the gwern-;  ffleitt  the   importance -of selling the  It is unfortunate that the jealous  opposition of �� few Liberals in this  ���province should staiid in . the .way of  securing- a provincial representative  in the'Dominion cabinet. When Sir  I<ouis Davies retired from the office of  Minister i'f ..Marine and Fisheries to  i'.eeept a position on Uie Supreme  Court: bciiich, .Sir Wilfrid , Liatirjer,-  recoguiajtiif tlie '..'rijj-h.t of* British Co-  luuibia, to represen tation in the ��� Cahi-  net,, was anxious to"give the position'  Templeman, but lower mainland *Xdb-.  eraLs, jeal ous of a "Victoria ��� man, .'sen t  protests to Ottawa with the result ill at  unless tlie. interior of the province  takes action, the appoin'.tinent. is lihely  to g"0.to an eastern.man. *.'  * r ������'���������AA/:  The interior is not interested in the  rivalry between Vancouver and Victoria, but it is interested in-/liaying. a  broadmlnded, aggress ivc wester a' man  in'.-the Dominion Cabinet. * Of. .all the  men on. the coast, who .;naigh1 . have  claims to the position, Senator. Temple man would be the most satisfactory  to the interior. There is nothing^-* uai-"  row 6r sectional in his make up; and as  the western -representative in the Dominion Cabinet, .the*.mining.-.'interests  of the interior would, have a warm  friend. ��� ' .'��� . *.'.a..��a^.-.-^.aa  lost Have the-Cash,.  Call and See Bannerman  Bros, ami get tlie Benefit of  a Cash ������System."*���' 'We keep  no Books or Book-keeper,  we liave no Collector, vye  Have nojpss in Bacl Debts.  Therefore; we. are; able, to  sell for less Money than our  Competitors.���We Guaran-  ee to give you. tlie.-Best;  Goods for the I,east Money.  tNoteioLlowing prices:     :"  Currants, cleaned,   Raisins,   seeded...:   Citr-on Peel '..... .'���....  Lieuion PeoL.....'............  Ora^ig-e Peel .'..*: ;.......  Sugar, 13 II)s, for..   Stijpar, *j)cr'cvt....   Oil, per tase......   Tomatoes, 7   for..'.:   Cream, 8 for     bannerman Bros,  CASH   GROCERS.  ..15c.  perlb.  .15c:  It       u  ,30c.  a      u*  .'.30c.  .i.   ' ii  ,30c.  (4           1.  .-..���Si .oo'  (5.5  ...    3.75  1.00  1.00  .^���i.l  , v-  MaCAXS,.vA'C.. ALI,  HOUKS.  PRIVAT3J  KO-OBES  POR* JvVDrBS..  Wi  ��  arnet  "THY OUR.  COFI'J!B  drop's.  Rff*.V��j^O!->K*C-*WJ��*-^ffi.;-Km*->-*^**^��<:'K-��-.'^-^  ��*��� r��?.f.-^��a*r!aKOs.*^*^rw*SK*s-w;^-5  Your are thinking of buying  Xmas Presents. ^We have just  the right goods for men,  .The. Choicest  "'lanes of '..'/.'���';  CIGARS  The in'tetior should at, once act in'  mattei so as to offset the opposition of  the   small   politicians   on   the   coast.  *   ���  British CoEianibLa cannot afford to lose  the opportunity to secure cabinet re-  presentatiota.  Boundary Crcclt mining &. Milling Co. I Id  NoUce of Annual and Special Gen��ra.l  Meetings.  NOT1CJJ. U licrubj- (��1vbii that this :uriiuxl  UTPiK'-ral m*!c<lii)rnf Klctrclioldurs in tlie. .'tlnive  iiiim*d coiuparay will In-, held ill tliu uflic-L; oi llic  company, G-rdisiiwouilr on Saturdaj-, Jstmi-iy  lit, tWI2, tit 5o'clock ]). m., U) re��t!tv-B a n!|>nnl nJ  Ilu! Dlrecttit-^ unci Auditor for tliu vein- I'JOI,  ;uid ti>el<!'Ct:dii*��c:i(>r.s f<ir tlie i!iisiiin*L'.vo.-ir.  A HpKcl-al general mcvtinir of slinrelioliUrs  will Ik litliJ -a-t tlio sajni; iilncu al 3:3> o'cUicW |>.  in. of tint Hmni-ii i!:l.\-, tn nulluirizc and r.tlifj* Hie  saltorotlJur ^1 wpos.-i 1 of tlie l-itnls, pruixirtios  ami i>Ui*raHUBtri of Hi�� coinjianv.  E. JACOBS,  Secreu.rj-.  Greeiiwooil, B. C. January 3, 1102,  A Large     - PTPKQ  Assoi t<meJit of     rif DO  and Smokers' Supplies  of every description,  Mi-Conn ic-ks Celebrated Chocolates/Bo u rBons quel Confectionery fresh and pure.  Ity Us,      You'll be Saiifted.  ' �� .�� a  oarselyes.  :Sru>k&a*; Will,! iara Pi Lb }CxgaK/:;M jolly; giveii  wUla I.e|er^;utgi^Cc ^t Fi5ilds'i'ul*��� -Ask-^f6r. it.  1* ;a  ���.���'  cigars  WIt.231 'yoit   c-t"'a"gct   tlie   best  ,     the   counLry   at^Fishers'   .:,  CL\aen��0S  HOTEL BLOCK.    ,    - -        Copper Street  *����� "Snkvks'^'s^ o-;,-<i-*-n: ��Av^-v/ ^os/rS'^^^^,*^xv,v^/TV^c^^-<fNz^JWi^^^*��**^y-^^ *���  ."<:  4  Copper Street.  Come Eatbf and  Make  Your  Selection of Xmas Goods,  ToySr all kinds  Fancy China Ware  Curses,  Work Boxesr  Xmas Cards and Calendars,  Splendid fflwtos of the Town  and SiTjrotinaings at I Sets.  Picscrilh Snilnblc forony person,   OKI  or Yoiiuff  ICIEICER, Hutger.  ���' .5*  f4-:  C'^-  I|   Whoicsafe- Mm in Lipms and fttm:    Full Line Glass-   M  M wm a:nL Bar Supplies.    " H  "*ir*i��!r*  -;'.';V"*J.&^rPfe,  ���'������>({$M  um MmmmEA:;;,  ��� ��� * * '.* *'..-.-    v. '   '.    A ,V   "V -*���'..',''   ^^:jy C1"*^  M.in ii f a (ifii rcr*' o:(;  *    .    -^-'*-'-r- ^^~  CREENWOOD and-GRATttt^'PORKS:'  All Kinds oi Carbonated Beverages  Sole AjrcnH for ���fftll-LION BREWING CO.; Hossland, B. C*.  Tlir-J. irs'tsi Hiomimj   in ];iilKLi Coluiiibi i,  JAS. 'McCREATH & CO.. Proprietors.  1'HB 3ESV BEER EN TOWN IS MADE BY  BLkHOin  Domini on   Express   Orders  Said and Cashed  Here  LARD REGISTRY  ACT.  In the MatMr of the Title of part of Lot 5,  ffi,!^ *Z Vif ��tl��� .;?��$��R& :3 EXECUOTS S TOTTCET0 CR EDITORS.  Group ores, Osoyo��s   Mvisloo of, Yale 'His- j w THE MATrE5, 0f the estate of Janes ym-  Ibra Smym.UU of the City of Crcenwood  WMEB.EAS tin-.certiiJcatc of TiHoo*f Atioi|>Il i      in tfte province ��1 British Columbia, Banlt  Fisher, to tl.e'llxiv�� litrcclilam^its Has  been.!.       fiUnaser, ttCWased.  I��.st��T   clc-stroj-wl,  and application   lia.s   been i    ,.���,r,���M,���m-i-,-i>v -,,,���:, , .  made to me lot H duplicate thereof: NOTICE IS UXRnK\  GlYbls   pursuant to  iVOU'ICB IS   HEKEBY   GIVEX  tliat a du-   the St,xlii*tn5iiihatlJc!lialf,tliatalJ creditors and  pllciitc CisrlilSca-f��! of *Ci tie Arill lie istlucd at tlzej otltcr \>?. r-sons !un*3ug claims ag-aiust the estate  expiration<>< oil* moiilli from the date hereof  unices in tlie nlesntiiite valid objection to tire  atiil-rarrfentititt tome inwritinpr.   ,  W   H EDMONDS,  -     District Ecfristjar.  I(aiid RegitityOffice December 1901  KlLI!-lIlM)l)S,3>.  C.  MINERAL ACT 18%.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  '���SILVER     ]>UCK'    FRACTION'''     Miiiernl  Cla3ni,-situaiein Uie Kettle River MtdcilK  Divis'm��i ci Yale District.   Where located  In Ceiitrai-Crtinp.   .  TAKE MOTIVE, tJi.at I, IsaacK. Hallett, as  ;ig-en t for FrwUede Kcefifer, Free Miner's Cejtl-  lica1e3Ti>.E-IOWM,Ai.(l Si'irj-Garland Free Miners  Certi licate JTo. KM559, intend, sixtjr days frojij  tlie <U te hereof, -to aiiply to tic sxbdzg r;;ordef  fur cerl5fic��t�� o-f lmprov*��jnents for the jmrposi.  oi <iltai ii\tiff CrovrnCrranis af theatove claims.  of James VMLUni Uenry Smyjliic late of tlie  Citv of Greeitwouil. In tlie Province of British  Coluinbiit, Hank Manager, decea.=c'd, who died  on ��ir'a1)��iai tlie 413i day of July 1901, are required toseitilby jiost, ;irepaid, or deliver to tlie  under^iyrnei, 11�� e.tciitors of tlie last will and  testament of thesaid deceased, on or before. Hie  Slstclay of DecejriBerlMl, their Christian aiid  surnames, addresses and diM-.riptions and full  particulars of tbeli claims nnd statenient's of  tlieir accounts, duly verified, together with  valuatloti-of a-iirseeitrltv held hv tlicm.  , AND KOT3CJ&* IS.HEREBY GIVEN that  after the sa.id'31stday of December 19(11 the said  exctitors will ]>Ki��eeiI to distribute the assets of  the.said deceased amons, tlte iicrsons intitled  thereto harins re-jrard only to tlte claims wJiicli  they then s1i all liaT-e had notice, and the said  executors ivillil-oiie liable for the said assets  or any part tliereoEtoany person or persons of  whose claims lEie-r shall not then' have had  notice.  The Toronto General Trust  Corporation.  Executors.  //  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  Proprietors  ASK FOR  _ The EilshojMi Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  tit cp^on an os3   ghtr in Botefes by all th   '  the leading Hotel  And iurO\*f uke notice that action, under:  scctioa S7, jaus.1 Be" commenced before the is-' Malonc & Malum:. 59 "Vo��(re Street, Toronto.  suaacsof acicb-tertificate of improvements.  Datwi tlii3 23r(fday of October, A. D..M01.  I. H. HALIET  SollcEtfljs for Executors.  "Dated at Toronto this 26tli day. of I  NoTcmbPrA. D. 1901. |  f'UOUlll/  LIMITED, LIABILITY.  V  GEO. R. NJkDEN.  Manager '���"^:'7:  ^���--:^-^  '���<:,  <V  \  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  I  i      >  ���2.  CAMP  IcKIMEY  ...HOTEL...  >J\*^S\^*r^/j**v./v\r'V\/J*\rS. v.��  Hugh Cameron :-: Prop.  Bftst  Braiuis   Wines,?.J,lqii��rs  and  Cigars,   Good Slabliiiff.  CAMP McKINNEY, B, C,  Wantftfl 1000 Men and Women  To work on self improvement these  long* -winter evenings.  The International Correspondence  ScliooUcf Scrauton, Pa., offer you it  choice of 90 different coitrsee of study.  Meclianlca.1, Steam, ELectrical, Marine, Mine and CiviL "Eng-ineering.  Architefcture, Drafting, Ornamenta,!  Design, Sign Painting. Sheet Metal  Work, , Piitiiibiug*, Boole Keeping,  Stenography.       .  In ihe Spanish, German and French,  we give theinastet's own voice .with tlie  Phonograph. Over 150 students in tlie  Bouuctiiry.  VTHie. C. H. Eshbough-Box 751-  ���;.;   Rossland B. C.  Anotlici Corrcsjondcat Cives llisyiew of tlie  Sitiialion-llc  Blames  Casey for tlie Ble  Slump in tlie Price-He Wiiiited Revenge  on Selling* Agents   of ' til*  Copper  Trust.  NETS? YORK, Dec. 31.���Lake copper  is setting* today over all the world at 12  ceti Is a pound. That is- S cents a  pound cheaper than the price fixed by  the Amalgamated Copper company���  the coin-pan;)' that imagined itself a  trust,  H. 1.. Casey did it.  Amalgamated Copper stock has  gone  down from5130 a share to SG0.5Q.  That  uieai s. ;l loss of S107, 725,000 to stockholders.  Casey-did-that, too.   */-v  ���    1  ���  LIMITED  WHOLESALE   GROGERS  WINE Km SPIRIT  MERCHANTS,.  VICTORIA, B. C.  ',-*":     ���**  l ;��� ���  ���;u  ;"~":'-���" ;:4='-'=;  ijii>-  :'Li ��� .  S3;*:  ';'       '                 ^  ���y.  1  1  FUMIT  CARPETS  LIS.VLQWll  CROCHEM  GIA^WARE  CUTLEM  SILVERWARE  BAR GOODS  The targest   Isoftels; and; finest  residences in B.-C. were furnished by ns-throughout  WE1LER BROS.  '.''..' VICTORIA,.B.C  BsesaBseEESSBisrsssmss  Arid Casey says he has only begun.  "When I get' done with this Ivewi-  sohns," said he this morning*, "they  ���will"���. But he paused, lest the X,e\vi-  solins learn of their -fate in advance,  and sell it short. The E/ewisohns are  theniiief jnen in the United States  Selling- company, which sells all the  copper for the Amalgamated.  AIL ihe world has heard of Casey, and  wlia.t lie did, and all the world ' is tallying about him today hecause copper is  selling vrliere lie said it would sell���at  at*ili< price all the world laughed at  hiiuior predicting; some two mouths  ago.  Opinions differ as to why Casey did  it.   . . '  Casey says he did it because he was  mistreated by the r<ewisohns:  . "3 ' worked for them when they  thoiijflit it a wonderful thing- Lf they  sold 25,000 pounds of copper in a week.  Through fourteen years I'toiled villi  them and helped to buildup a business  ���where it is nothing- to sell a million  pounds of copper in one dSy,  "Then they -discharged me for  economy. I was penniless. They had  mil Bona back of them. I knew a secret' of their trade fatal to the price of  copper.    Ttold it to alLtlie world.  "The result was astonishing even to  me* Et lias been disastrous to the  Lewi-solins. It lias ruined thousands  -���but 1 am .avenged. The avalanche  of trouble is only beg*un for the Levi-  sohria, however. They told me whan  they discharged me that I was 'easy.'  Wlien I told my friends that I was g*o-  . iug to smash the copper trust, they  laughed at me. They said, 'Why,  Casey, yon are just a lit tie spot. They  wiUlmish you off and forg-et it.' "  There are other opinions about Casey  that do not sound so romantic. Wall  street speculators in rage refuse to be-  liere-that Casey is so angry with the  Irfgwisohns as he says lie is. ',  It is -current belief that the "Standard Oil crowd" sold Amalgamated  short alL the way down from 130 and)  was in a position to be delighted at the  'big* tumble in prices. Casey does .not  deny that they may have done this, as  lie*-thinks it would be an innocent  thing compared with the things he says  tltej? have done.     But he denies that  ���'������ .���.���..���'^ Besides ' i Hlte :.; 'reg-ulat.  ; TRITAY;,* Ofe^Car, 'ive; cxa;  , build-aay;lciael ��� or -Ore. Cats  to suit 'every- reqtUTeuietrt'  from *youi ..plsiias and specifications-/ .;    ...a.:a:-':-    '���' *  '  The -wheels ,','are all enlistee! Lmjpoxi<(l from ���Mor'tou,  Engtaiui: '������ 'Plie -'''axles,,-* aic  ���the ;straight  .type   or���'-. the**  ������Auaqodidajs*^ oiling as-you;-  ^may^desite.-j-.Ii-,j^J.:JLf^.-.-:_L.^;_-^_L_  Drop its silicic.and", let'  us quote otir ���'��� prices and  ���further paftacudars. ' '������  VANCOUVER  ���   ENGINEERING  ���   WORKS, LTD.  Successors 1* ',  Armstr-oaij S Morrison,  /Machinists, Iron rounders'  Blacksmith s,.Boilerttiakcrs  VANGOUVERsB, C.  r,.==  MALLS CO.'S  ^  ROYAL BRAND...'  TAILOR MADE SUITS  READY TO WEAR ,  lis Scotch, English, Irish, and  Canadian Tweeds, Imported  Serges and Worsteds . . .  Art proiwrunced to be the  BEST FINISHED, BEST WEARING,  art BEST VALUE in the Dominion.  This label attached to the left  hand pocket of the coat  : &  sLrna'OE %c4^f^^^K^:'���:*****  fe^iomi B  CLOTM.il  REG IST.E.REO  15 a guarantee to which you may  pin. your faith.  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  "SILVER     IIUCK-   FRACTION" '.   Mineral  /Claim, Bituatc In the Kettle River Mldlnp  -     Division of Yule- District.   Whert located  In Central Camp.  TAKE:NOTICE, liiat'I,'Isaac H. Hallfttt, as  ascnl for'Frederic KecHcr,Frco Miner's Certi-  ficate No.BM<194,ar,d AjaryGarland Free Miners  Certificate No. 11-10559, intend, sixty ��lays from  the date hereof, tu apply to the mlatitsr recor-l-or  Cor certificate of improvements for tlie purpose  of obtaioLir-f Crown Grants of the above claims.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must bo commenced before..the issuance of mtch certificate of improvements.  Dated tliis23nl day of October,' Ai D.: L901,  ,   : I. H.-EACLET  ForXWAS  Buy Something Your Friends-  Can USE, and by .Using-  Think of You-.  -   r    '  s. E.Kine $ go*  You Are Welcome to see  Our I/arge Stock of      -   ��� .  Domestic and Imported  B. B. B. Pipes,  Ci&ar aiid Cigarette Cases, '.  Purses ani Fancy Gdols.  ".  ft.ji. nine $ e*.  Engineers and Mine  Superintendants will fin*  It to their interest to refer to lis-when In need of  anything 3n ,-t!ie Pump;  tine, vVe milte Pumps of  every description for all  -services.- -   - -      Atlantic Steamship Department  CHRISTMAS SAILING  TO ENGLAND  Punu Catalogues an*  Sfeclficalions sent upon  rewiest. W< manuficl-  ;S!i��*e also TCortHey Gas anS  ���Cisollne Engine���cheat���  Siandy���s��.r��. Send for  Uoohlet.  Cunllffe -5 McMillan,  /tents itt Rossliind B.C.  Vancouver En��ineerlng  "Works, a-foiils at \am-  couvcr, B. C.  &SKESS^!^a^1^S22SSH5g3e3l33aacV^  *y  6*3  Klne St. Sut-way I A- -P- A  ST. JOHN, N. B. TO UVRRPOOI,  PariaLitn, Nov. 23.   Numidiaa, "Nov, S3  Ionian, Dec. 7. Tuaisia.ii, Dec, 34.  PORTLAND TO lylVERPOOli  Dominion, Nov. 23. Cambrbttiaii  Vaticowver; Dec. 21. Nov, 30..  BOSTON TO LIVERPOOL '  Iverniii, Nov. 23-. .,   Saxonia., Dec.'7.  New Eng., Dec. 4.'   Ultonia, Dec. 2L,  NEW YORK TO LIVERPOOL.  Celtic, Nov. 26. ���    Etruria, Nov..*2S,  German ic.Noy. 27.: Campania, N"ov.'3���.  Utnbria, Dec. 7.  Lticania, Dec. 14.  Etrxiria,-Dec, 21,   Campania, Dec.2&,  NEW YORY TG SOUTHAMPTON  Haverford, Nov. 27; Philadelpliia.Dec  St. Paul, Dec. 11.     St. Lou5sr Dec. 38.  CONTINENTAL SAILINGS'' ���  Of   North   German Lloyd,   Haitibiug-  Packet Co.. Holland American, Rei  Star French and Anchor Lines on  . application.  For reservation of births, rates.ai��d  complete information call or write  nearest C. P. R, Agent.  J.S.CARTER. fc.J.COYLE.  Nelson, U A.G.P. X..V* -icouose  Majestic, Dec. 4.  Cymric, Dec. 10.  Oceanic, Dec, 11.  Teutonic, Dec. 18.  MONTREAL, QUEBEC-  MAKD PACTCTRERS OF  s Cooper Mfg, Co.,  =3  -��*  I, C. ftOCCUS,  EVISRYXHIPTG EIR ST-CI,AS S.  THE.   BEST   O-D'   TO REIGN   AND  , DOMESTIC WINES, LIQUORS  .  AND   CIGARS.'*  FIRST-CLASS" SAMPLE : 320OMS  FOK   ^ISAWISLL1NG-   ME33.  R0GK DRILLS, STRAIGHT LINE -^  DUPLEX and CORLISS AIR COM-  Wt  PRESSORS .... 3  BOILERS, HOISTS, PU^PS, Etc.. .^MPD^^Er^ui���?^^-���r  ��=      A��^ForTl.��^^l��aiSAj��"lS. ' ������:     ��� STOCK CAJIBJED IK KOSSLAIfD,  &:  fc VL SS. C UlcKaia^ Hosslaaid, 9. �����  ^lllllllllllLUliyiliilliliiii^  iBtKtein  ACCOMMODATION FOR75 GUESTS  1:  Near tlit Corset* or Government aa4 GrefcEwood  .   .     ���   S-Ueets.   '      "   *  .. #^ t^n. &w.  Foe prices, of lots a%& otlier  tiaJoroiation. a.ddTfcss ~.~;   '   1  "9B  :;A��$&  aa��<��  ^uiatuiuutuiuiiiiiiiJiJiiiiiiMwusuauwuuiitiiutiiiuiiaiUiUiiUiiiiiiiiuupuuiiuuiLLitii  Green vt mod is tbe financial and commercial centre of the "g*~  Bouiicla.r>-Creek District. It is the supply point for the ' 85:  Mining camps. T?rom tbe city roads lead to Greenwood. g��;  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, trong Lake, Skylark, White g��  and Atwood, Weriitig'tbn and other Boundary Creek camps. ..���..��:.  ���.������*�����  Ro&t. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood. H  *: aK^aaIM  '^���mr^xm  -. -���������*-.���-������.ALpk*��:  AA:p.A;A ^rfgg  'A-A^AAMm  ���'AAA ���Jr^rfi^g  ��� !*:-'-r*T..*-:!iSM  "'���"-''���.^i$M  :-A:AiAima  ��� ���.*���*:**-:��� Ae&fe  ���..TJ*-'**.*.'-.*.i*!%fe*  A::mi&m  -:, .Aa: ^-%-f::fe'Sf|  i-^'i  w.  ''.Vs?  ^tTninilTllim^im 1^^!^ ^q^^^^ll 11? TTf f T TTTHtnintl ^m??^�� ?t^?^?��f ???? ?f TT TTTT��?f 1 Tf? ? TT1 mm 11 If HfH^f Sl^ THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  tie, Casey, has made a dollar;on Che  breaV,  Tin- story of how be accomplished  bis wonderful vengeaiice is as slio-rt  an<l simple as it is amazing. He"knewr,  SB head salesman of the Selling com.*  pany, that there were on hand 135,009,���  000 pounds of copper in excels of the  3cinand;-aud that this excess was increasing* at the rateof 20,000,000poittads  a month.  He wait discharged on August 1. He  wrote a letter at once and* dated it Sej-  Setnber 3. He addreated a. copy to each  of one thousand leading copper con*  Burners in the world. By computations  at the postoffice .he learned on what  d-iytandat what hours to mail thein  bo that the ��� con��uliters in Japan,  Europe and America might all receive  the letter on the same morning, so  that all the world of consumers might  baton this tremendoits fact the same  day and none sooner nor later than the  other.  The tetters for Japan he mailed Sy��  weeks before those for this city. He  kept going* to the postoffice himself  svtxy few hoprsiday-ind algi\t ��or five  weeks, depositing letters according te  EiSa schedule <tnd chuckling over sEi<  escitement lie was going to stir up,  " -Tlie last were deposited the tiiglft  President McKinley -v-as shot. Jriiat  wasa. deplorable fact, but he had gone  too far, and the letters could not be recalled. His last act was. to address  cu|)ie�� to the director* of the Amtlf��-  mated company and to the Levriaoline.  The next morning, powers.that prey  on "Wall street wen Oto tlieir offices-Vritll  liejuvy hearts because they -feared a  l�� tile over the shooting of tlie press-  de��t. But Standard Oil g*riei wa.s  Earned to wild mjje when they opened  theic morning- mail and found wil-i-t  Casey had done. The Standard Oil  crowd .was paralyzed wit|l - terror sU  first, but soon ronVed to sph'd ont angry  denial's.  _The denials, of course, were f,aLs.fc-  boodat, as were also the denials made  soon after, when Casey cabled Europe  that the,Selling company had w>ld 55,-  0190,000 pounds of-copper, at from. 2 to 3  cents below the quoted price.  But now the mask iri torn off, and it  its admitted that Caiey told the truth  ia everything- he said.  ���'I didn't have adollarto figlit yrUBi,"  ���aid Casey. "But I knew, human n<L-  lure. I knew that ii I told a thousand  men in-partsof the world in the same  day-that they were "being elicited, by  Ihe LewiBohns, I would set to work a  aaiaiyiciou that'Would never he set at  rest, I told them to Refrain from bujr-  fcag���1�� buv only, what *was actiu-lly  needed, and-to demand lower price*.  'f he -whole world stopped buy ing eey-  per- _Now it (jt at a. rtlasonat>la_ price,  tfciwLU go to 11 cctits, and ttien may  cLs.eto.i2 and come-to a rest."  How does Ca��ey impress one?  He .a ia-"cheerful, short, sgliarel;  built Irishman of 40 ex so, one of 4fc��  kind who does not e.-iter a room, but  b��ir*ts in. He. looks as if he buew  many good stories; and was aMe to  teU them just right. He throws hEnu-  aeLf into his office chair, lolds his stawt  afnis across his billowy chest, ticks, ornt  one leg- and rocks himself * back and  forth.  As. lie talks he smiles, and his hc.a.vy  ejrefcxows work up and down Uke the  price of -A'caalgaraated copper stocfea  on ''ch'a'ug'e, His eyes are dear a.isd  his mouth pleasant. He weara slight,  confer colored whiskers, "just for nsy  coLd, aiid so don't put any on my picture, for I am going to cut them off aa  boon as my cold is cured,"  , Down the sides of his head hang- ctii-  .ta.ln.Vof striLight hair. Casey ends Ira  s -dome that shines like' a cleat* sky of  J-mae. At tbe very top there is jns-t at  wlilffof hair, like a cloud rack left In  the-Tune sky after a "sun shower.  ���fliat is Casey,  the man   who has i|  -taieia perhaps a most sensational and  �����o*tly. veng'eance for his wrong.  "   uWhy didn't you sell AuialyatnateiS  ���Ao-pper* stocks short   and    get rich?"  ' Causey was asked.  "������Mtftjt'a easy,after it's all over," he  answered. "Men stop me every daj  aum and say to mc, 'Casey, if you haUi  Ofliilj'let me know.' Aa a aiitt-cr oE  daet, 1 did tell every -one of my ideads,  A&& fhej'oaly laughed'"at me. 1 iSL<8!|  atotsuake a cent on the stoclc.  "V*Si I go  into James R. Keetne'sj!  K>--f0<c<now  and then,     I  know Visit  *tt*eetr~  I have speculated just as tjear-  Iljf  everybody has���a.��d g-ot whipped.!]  3 laavepaid no attention to stocks  '���"���I  rtftaa fight."  , - 3dr.'<?asej  live* with his -wtfe amdlU  '"Stee* chlldrep iu FUtbnah. H  *O+0��***��4;0#O*e*a#a#tt*4H&  ^F.J.JHIT���H1ELL^��  1  Shop wqrii g-po'ds  i'or your foal! Suit  when you can secure  New Goods of the  most fashionable  pattern which liave  just arrived.  S     The Biggest aad best  * assortment of Fall Suit-  d  angs ever brought into  the' Boundary. $��   3��  \.  M  MV  jL  THE TAILOR  Copper St. Grce ood.  DISSOLUTION NOTICE  '*  *  *  *  *  *  %  *  %  *  ��  ��  *  ��  *  *  ���'  #  #  *  ���  *  ***  *  *  *  *  -��  *  *  *  Application for Transfer Liquor License  Notice ���is licrchy given that I will  apply tothe Board of Lic-ciisiiig Commissioners ofthe City of Greenwood lit  its next fitting^ for a trarisfer-of the  Liquor License held by me for the  B. C. Hotel, Grovernment sti'eet, situate  on Lois S and 9, in Block 13; plan 21,  City of Greenw ood, to Jolin^Cl Ponglas.  Dated, at Greenwood, B.''C, 14-Hi December, 190L. jbHN KEOUGH.  Application foi iMsfer Liqnoi License  Notice is hereby g-iveit that at the  first sitting of the Board of License  Commissioners for the City of Greenwood held after thirty -days from the  date hereof, I shaLl apply for a transfer to Srn est .J. Cartier of the hotel  license held liy me for the "Windsor  Hotel, Copper street,  Greenwood, Dec. 14, 1901.  ,L. S, MQULTON-BARRETT.  Amplication foi Transfer Liquor License  IN THE MATTER  OF  THE   "LAND  REGIS'.'">Y ACT"  AND  In the Matter of the Title of an undivided one half Interest or moiety  of Lot 20, in Block 11; In the City  of Greenwood in the Osoyoos  Division of Yale District, according to the map or plan of a subdivision of the "Dark Horse"  Mineral Claim, fceinar Lot 597. in  Group One, in said Osoyoos Divis-  ion.jdepositedin the Land Registry  Office at Kamloops and Numbered  21-  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood.  Notice,is hereby given that al the  first sitting- ot the Board cf License  Commissioners for the City of Greenwood held aft-cr thirty days from the  date hereof, we shall apply for a transfer to Sater & Johns of the hotel  license held by us for the Nordcn  Hotel, Copper street.  Greenwood, Det, 14. 1901.  MBLSOW & SATER.  Application (or Tiansfer Liquor License  Notice* is hereby -ffiyen that at the  first sitting- of the Board 'of License  Commissioners.for the City of Greenwood held after thirty days from the  date hereof, we shall apply fora transfer to Simpson & Mcl>ougu.ll of the  hotel license lieLd by us for the  Greenwood Hotel, Silver street.  Greenwood, Dec. L-fth, 1901,  PIECKART & SIMPSON.  WHERFAS the Certiiicate of Title of  James Smith, being Certificate of  Title No. 1347A, to the above hereditaments has been lost or destroyed, and  application has been made to me for a  duplicate thereof;  KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tint a.  duplicate Certificate of Title to a.n .undivided one half interest or moiety in  said Lot will be issued at the expiration  of one month -from the date hereof, unless in the riie.itf.timc valid objection to  the contrary, is made to me in writitigf.  Land Registry.office, Kamloops, B.C  the 22nd day of November,  A.D., 1901.  W.. H. EDMONDS,  District Registrar of Titles  BY-LAW M0. 68.  N-otsce is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting- between  the indersignedrcarrying-. on business  as Electricians at the City oftGreeii-  w ood, under 'the-firm name of Cuuning--  haapiS Andersen1, is this day dissolved  bj kautwal consent. .  A.\l debts due the said firm are to be  paid-fo the undersigned C. G. Cunning*-  tia-^n wlro will pay all debts of the said  firm.  Dated, the 23rd day of December, A.  B>, C89L. C. G.'"Cunningham.  -    F. C. AndHrsem-.  Witness:   J. R. Bkown.  A^plicatioo tor Iiansier Lienor License  Notice is hereby given that at the  first sitting- of, th e Board, of License  Commissioners ior the City of Greenwood held ^fter thirty,days from the  date hereof, ^ve-shall applyfora transfer t8 George TVellwood of the Hotel  license lield by- us for the Rossland  Hotel, Copper street.  G'reenwo^d, 14th December, 1901.  'l Wll&OBT &"WELLWOOD.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  Application for Transfer Lipi License  , Notice is hcret��y ^fiven that we will  apply to the Board of Licensing Commissioners of the City of Greenwood  at-its next Teg*uLarfitting for a transfer, of the Xjiquor Lice nseli eld by us  for,the St. Charles hotel, Copper street,  situate on Lot 24,-Block IZ, to W. S.  Keeler.  Dated at Greeiswood,  B. C, December 14, 1901.  BBDARD & BERGER.  To:  D. P. Campbell and A. C. McKenzie, late of  Creenwood In the KettlelBiver MiiUnj Division of the Province of British Columbia,  and to any other person or persons interested or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess"  mineral claim, situate in Long: Lake Camp  (formerly called Gold Drop Camp,] In the  said Kettle RiverMining Division.  Vou arelicrebyiiotilicd tli.xt l^raiilt 11. Goel-  terof Colvhle.-Wasli.,'"U.'S. A., and W. Or, McMynn, of Greenwood aforesaid, lia*��e ocjiencled.  in l.'i*bour and improvements tlie, sum of one  liniulred dollars upon the siiid -"Queen Dcss"  mineral claim, and $2.60 for record! ng* the same  as:,will appear lira Certilic'Ue of "Work recorded on the I3tli June, 1001, in'thc oflkc of the  mining recorder of said Mimiipr Division at  Greenwood aforesaid, In order to hold tkcsaiil  clolm under the proi isioiis of section 5-1 of tlie  "Mineral Act", such 1>cinj�� the amount ic-  nuired a.ml necessary to holil Lhe s.aidcl.iim for  tbe year ending tlie 1st tlaj of July, I?01, and  if at tlie expiration of ni u tj- days of publication  of tills notice you fail or refuse to contribute  jour proportion of the expenditure required  under the said section 24 of tlie'-'Miueral Act",  togetlicr with all costs of advertisin***--. "toiir  iiitcrest in said claim;shall become vested iu  thesaid Prank B. GoetteratKlW. G-. JfcJIj-nit  [your co owners] under section 4of tlie "Nincral  Act Amendment Act 1900".  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, lit is Sth day  of Aug-nst, A. D., 1-501.  PRANK B. GOETTER,  'W, G. McMYNN.  This  Space  Belongs   to  W.E. Macpherson,  Watchmaker and Jewels er.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To Peter Sondgeratt and -E. Hancy. totli of  the City of Spokane, State of Washington,  United States of America.  You are hereby notUledtlut we. have expended SiOO.OO in labor and ,lnLi>rovemenls on the  Mayflower Mineral Claim situaie.in Slcylarlt  C'aiiipin'theKettle River Mining Division of  Talc District and $2.50 In recording said labor  and improvements as an assessment, to count  as an assessment on said clai in, as will appear  ty*a certiiicate of work recorded March 19th  xWj, lit the office of the Mining Recorder.for  the said Kettle River Mining Divisiou'of Yale  District, in order to hold tlie said claim tuidei*  the provisions of Section 2-l_pt tlie Minerxl Act,  suali belli}.' the amount teciahed to li old said  elaini for tlie .year ending March 29tli. IMi,  And if at the expiration, o'f 90 days of the jiub  llcatlon of this notice you falior refuse to eon  tribute yonr respective proportions of tlie  e-cpeudlture required and madehy us, loirctlicr  witli all costs of advertising, youriuterests In  said claim shall become vested in us (tlie co-  owners] uiider Section 4, of the Miner.il Act  Amciidinent Act, 1900.  Dated at Greenwood, B. ., this 5II1 daj of  Atiffiist, A. D��� 190r.  PAT HICKEY,  IDA BISRGMATT,  A By-law to regulate  tlie' Ct-xilug of; Shops *.  . within the Corporate limit* of tlte City oi'\  Greenwood. .-.'"���  WHEREAS a petition has 'been presented : 1o :l'.  the Municipal Council of the Co'riioratlonof .1Iia..;  City of Greenwood, praying for Hie passing ��*f';  a. By-law under the Sliops   Reg-itlallon : Actf.. :  1900,;-requiring* the:closing of ��� the. classes^ ��i:,  shops hereinafter named situate within   -Hie j.''-'  Municipality, and, for the .tlities  liereltiaftci*-  speclfied, viz :.*V': ' '*.���,���;.��� ..,* ;..'-.i..*.:, :;.���*";���'  . For shops'wherein-'the.- business of Cloiliiler, ' '  Dry Goods, G-rocerlesi .Hardware,   F.nntlta'rt,*'..  Milliners or Butchers^ is .carried on tiotlatei   ;  than7 p-m.  For shops wherein the business ��i a Tailoir Is "  carried ou not later tltanS p. in. '*;, !;'.*:  .-All subject to the'fallowing* exception's'-vte':.'  On Saturdays and. days.previous to public  liolidays on which days Uie hour of cUising  shall not be later than 10 p.m.   '  AND whereas the said ;Council.; Is satisfied *.  that such petition is. sig-ned 1>y at'" least three '  fourths lu  number of the occujiers pt.-sliops..:  within the Municipality belo 11 g-ln'g to isacli' mi'' '���  the classes to which sncli application relatpsj.  and above enumerated j..'-        .    ' ;-: -; ���  ���Therefore the Miiulcipal Coiilicil; of Hie  City of Green wood enacts as-folloirs.:'    '''.-'.'.  1. i'roni and'after the   2nd da)-of January;,  1902, all shops within tlte corporate Limits, oillie  City of Greenwood oEHie classeshereloaEter ".*.  enumerated shall be closed- at tlie times, n'nd /  houses hereinafter set out.  (1]: From  shops wherein . the business*   of  Clothier,    Dry * Goods,    G-rocer,     Hardware  Furniture, Milliners, or Butcljci*; Is carried01a ,;  not later 7p. m. *': ���"   *.'.";.-; '���  (2) * For ' shops wlierehi: the iustucss oi a  ���Tailor Is carried on not later tlian % p. ni.  2. :*Notwithstaiidliig:aiiythLii(ja*iiy*thiii*��' coit-  tained in Section  t   hereof' 011 Saturdays.a'tid.."  clays previous to public .holidays tbe lioitr of  closing- shall not be.later than 10 j>. iu. for ail  classes of shops hereinbefore mentioned,.    ".'���';.-~l  3. Such shops when so dosed sliall Teni aln *  closed until the niornLitpof the nest foi lo'w3dg".  leg-al day; -  4;.'.No-shop of any of the' class or -.-classes *  lieL-elribefore enumerated sliall he open laritig ;  the times prohibited, lu the preceding .sections, ���  and every owner or occupier ��i iriaungerofa  shop belonjfinjr to any of the classoH iiewinbe-���  fore enumerated' who. suffers or permitssticti  shop to remain unclosed during . any   i>(   liie  tlines'licrebv proliibl.tcd shall be-g-ijilty ofaci  infraction or breach of tliishy-laiv.   *.-  5. Any person or persons who sliall be guilty  of any infraction or . breach: of lliis Ily.l vxi 0 r  lioii-coiupliance therewith, slLall upon con.rlcC  ion thereof beforcthe Police Magistrate, ^^ayor  'Justice or Justices of the Peace,, lia*viii|�� jurisdiction in, the matter, forfeit it and paysncti,  fine or.'penalty as the said. Police MagisWate, ij  Mayor, Justice or Justices .of Uie Peace com-  victing*.shallaward, not. exceeding tweiatyrii-ve  dpliars, together with tlte cos-ts of jrosec ntti>ii;,  and in default of payment of said peiiaH^vand  costs or costs 011I3-, iorthwltli, ^ald , ]>eiialtr and ..'  costs or costs only shall be collectable by distress and sale of the goods ancllcliittels of tlie'*.*  offenderj-and  in case there*-being no distress  found out of ��� which, the' said jienal ly can  lie  levied, the said ToUcc -Mag-lstrate,;��� Mayor,  Justice or Justices of the Peacecoiiwlc tinp, may '  com mi t. the  offender to the c-omiuon gaol* or  nearest lockup house fora term not exceeding  thirty'days. * :-     ���-,..'  6. This By-law slialLconic in lb force "on   lie  2ndday of January, 1002, -,  ;* 7./This By-law may b-e citediorallpurpws-ca ���  astlieShops RegulationUy-Liue, L901,    .  .: Passed the Council Hot. ISLIl. .1901.  Reconsidered, adopted and' finally pits-sed  Kcv. 25th, 1901.::' *  G,B.TAYLOR, R. IV. JAKES,  City Cleric. [sua:.] war  "T*p*r*weg  Corporation of the G*y of  Greenwood,  $+*+ fy ty 4�� *k ir ^ �������� ��� 4* f %>%>%>&<&��$'&& 4 % & #g$  4-  ' Halcyon sg thebeM 'mincraLwaeereaB  . Stfc* niarket. B. C. Wholesale Liquor  ' CwBtp^dy geoeral agen*t��*  Get sect to yonr Mli aud fa.13 in aei  stfobetpur good*. O.T."Ci> 2od Haa 4,  "WELL  THAT'S FINE"  Is what they all say about  .THE NEW GEM SAFETY RAZOR.  Impossible   to cut the  face*  shaves  easily, quickly and- cleanly,  Illustrated booklet free.      Mail Orders pcotngily filled,  4>  4>  MclenRan,   McFeely   &   Company  Wholesale Hardware Mercliatils, Z  122 Cordova Street, VARCOUVER, B. C.     ��t��  MINER AI/ ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements,  NOTICE.  "QUIEN SAKE" Mineral Claim, siliinle  lu the Kettle Ri\er Mifliuir l)nl",iim of  Yale District. Where lo-caied:~ir. Copper  Cam]).  TAKE NOTICE tliiil I,-Gbi> A. Gmw, l-Vce  Miner's Certilic.ileHo. D4(Xiiri, ior uijself  ucd matreiit for ��� Sydney M. Johnson, Free  Mitier'B Certilicaie Ko, 1IS120, and for Onllri  McKu, Free Mliier'.s Certilicaie No. 1341X-35, in-  loid sixty days from the d;it�� Iiereof, to apply  to tlie Mining Recorder for a Ceriifieale of  Iitaprovcmeiits, for'tlie piirpflscof o*btainlii|f a  Crown Grant of the above cKxini.  And further  take notice that action iimiei*  RC-ctlaji 37, must be commenced hcfoiv  die Ib  Mi.Miccof such Certificate of Iirtproveirientu,  - fta.ted till* tbird  day of December, A. I).  BOr.  GEO. A. CUESS  EXECU0TRS UOTICE TO CREDITORS.  1M THE HATTER OF tlie estate of James WII-  liato Smythe, late of ifie Citv or Greenwood  lo ific irovince or British Columbia, Bank  t/lanattt, deceased.  KOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuaiil to  ttie Statute In that behalf, thatallcreditorsand  otHei'persons Uaviiur claims against the e��tate  oiJiimes "William Henry  Sinythe late of the  City of G-roenvvood. iu the province of British  Columbia, Bank Manager,-deceased, tvlio died  on or about the 4tli day of July 1901. are rci| Hired to Mnd by post, prepaid, or deliver to the  u iKlerslijned, tlie excutors of tlie  last will and  testament of the said deceased, on or before the  31st daj- ot December1901, their CUristUn and  snrnanics, addresses and diseriptions anil full  ���pattienJars of tlieir claims and statcnftiits of  their accounts, duly verified, together -v-itli  ���valuation of any securitj- heldty them.  AKD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that  after tlie said 31st day of OeireimberlDOl thesaid  excutors will proceed to dtsiribnte tlie assets of  thesaid deceased aniona the -persons Intitlcd  Itiereto havinp regard only to Uie claims which  1&ey tbetl-stiaU have had notice, and the said  executors -will not be liable for the said assets  or any part thereof to any person or persons of  -whose claims they shall not then hare had  ���notice.  The Toronto Genml Trust  CoTDontion.  Executors.  Malone Si Malone. 59 Yoaffe Street, Toronto.  Solicitors for Eicecntors.  Dated at Toronto this 2Ctfc day of  Xorewber A. D. 1901.  Sfcwidg machines, new or oldiot sale  oJ-reat.   O. I. C." Store-  PUBLIC   NOTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Electors of'-'-ili-e  1 Municipality of the cit3-of Sreen-M-ood tliat  I require the presence of tlie said electors a  the City Hall, Greenwood, on tlie IStli day oi  January, 1902, at 12 o'clock iiooil, for tlte purpose of electing persons to represent them hi  the Municipal ConiiciL aa Moyocand A-ldemuji..  Further notice Is nlso glreJt that no mi iu lion  for threeScliool Trustees will be held atthe  Biune ti me and placo and aa ���-election, if itai-jr,  will hike v'ace at tho same lime and bBiixdet  the same re-ffiilations as that for Slayor.  The mode of uoiuination of candidate*: shitlJ  be as follows':  The candidates shall be nominated in writ  lutr; thewritlmr shall l>c sub.��crlbed by Ivo  voters of tliemiiiilci|>al5t,\'asi)ro[Msei' and scg-  omler, and shall bo dell^ereiHo the Ketti-rriin-j  Otiiccratany time beU-een the dans of the irc-  tlceaudS |>. in. of the day of Uie riom Inatl-nn,  and in the event of a pollfieinir necessary, such  poll will be opencil on tlie loth (I ay of  Ja*ii ii .try,  1901, at the City Hall, Greeittvooil, oi CTliacIs ���  ercry person is licrebr loqol red to  laiie \wt\ce  and govern himself accordingly,  Sec, 1-1.���The Council of ci*��ry Cfty Mnuicsl'  pality incorporated alter the 23rd itay iff Aprlt  1902, and of ercry City Municipality lieresfte*-**  corporaton Act, "SlialEconsist ��i a Wayor a;Hil  not more than niiienoK-sstnan fiveAidei'iciads  (a) After the lirst inuui cipul el��i��eW)fl'the iwiv  sons (lualitied tolien����uinalcd Tor and elc^teiS  as the Mayor of sucli city slialL tc such |>Msa:as*  as arc male British subjects of the; rfull afc'�� ci  nveiity-one years, and are not ttlsrjuaLI-fi-ad an*- .-!  ilcr any law, and have*h��en for tlie six MortUlts  next preceding* the day-of iiDminalSon Ui�� registered owner, in the Land Registry Office, 6t  land or real property i��i the city of the 3SS��sse<E  ralsic, on the last remind pal assessmeuf roll.  Of otie thousand dollars orniote 0T��rand abo***-***-;  any registered iiicunil>raMeeosr clurgeratjicl^rhc��  are otherwise duly ^UilJei as . Jtthrti c3pal  voters;    ������" - -  ((>) Afterthefirstjunnlclpaleliieiioji,the imu-  sons <inlilied to be nonibiateil foi and el��ttei  as <ilderriiea of suchcl'y shall"b-e adch p��rs?o<i��s  as are male British subjects of-the full age oi'  ttrcnty-onc years and. are suit (tisguaUfed under a'-iy lav, and lia-\*e been for the sia idortths;  next preceding the day ai aoari ni.lioiL tli* -registered owner, in theianif Reg5<,t<ry Odttn, of  land or real property l��i the city -of tlie assessed  value, on the last rannici3>al asses^jirent ro-lt, of  five buudred dollars -or More oiet and "tWve  any registered incn-iubrance orcbarifc^ ajtl w��  areotherwise qualified asniimlci^-Cl voiei's,  a. B. TAYCO R. aeet-Mniup O fGcer:  Says He Was Tortitrfel.  "I suffered such j>sia fcoot coi-as  could hardly vs-alb," writes 33-KobLoson  Hillshdrotigh, JlLs..,'"bw t BirckUu'a A.C-  uica. Salve completly ouretl tJie.tn-"  Acts like rnng*i<; cm spriiits, bnsls-es,,  cuts, sores, scalds, burns-, tioiLs., mtcers,  Perfect healer of siia tfis^a^-cs stad  piles. Cure jfuaffatilecd \yy J. E,,  "White, and Miller Bros.   22cts. t��  1  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES,  /:  4'  *  We beg to,announce that  velJavesoW'our Drug business- to J. L White. The  Jewellry department will be  carried'on as heretofore  underJ;the management of  Geo, F." Miller;", We-wish to  thank-bur patrons for past  favors and solicit the same  kind treatment for our successor in the drug business.  As all business connected with  the drug department must be  closed -forthwith, we beg to  state that accounts remaining unpaid after January 15  inst., will be placed in solicitors' hands for collection.   -  MILLER BROS.,  Greenwood, B. C.  Asaltist .-ihe Basis of, Representation ai the  Prorta'cUT-Convention  to be ������: Held ' in  .-.Vancouver���Askfor Representfl-  ,,   tloa According to .Population.  .,';';*A,";weLi ",,,jttt:eiided -f meetings ,-bf'vthe  Gre-ciiW-o-od.';. liberal '"\Associalibrr )vas  held lai't even in^with .Piresfaenf ; J, K;  ���Br<hvri*;En'W<5 chair. .*' - -TKe ;"VAn6payet:  '.coa,y��ii,ti��3i-'-'-- was';';' discussed arid.*','the  associ-Ltioii," in a.* series; of. resolii-tiotis  eti'dorsecl-'tire arrangements itiade'.by  tlie��aeci��tive except*; tlie' .basis, of v. re-'  preseiVtahloii,.. to; yrliicli ':'tli;erl irieinber's.  toolcstronij*! exception.;'.. IThe, ���'meeting'.  - was ' acljoitrjie-cl until ^ the *17tli :'wJien,  dele^-iite.s'vyill* be,appointed ,if-fa��r..re-  preseijtiiti-oii.c;Ln,.be*secut-etl,*'* --The:Vre-  sohiiibds "passed ���were:.a's;-ifolloivs,*C^.*'.*"';*:.;*,'  (1) .'* i .Tli a.t   the '.'���'-'G-reenwood ���'. Liberal  AssqcLa.tio"ii;endqrses tlie action oi tliej  ProviHciaL    Eixeciitire    in * callLiig"' i;  ^LiberiL,^(>iiwe.ia,tion..fQC=J_aunarj=_;30tldfl  1902-; A'\.-[:.A"A\'--AAA[iy.'::-A^A^  (2) j"TEut : under.'���", tlie-:-arrairigepieijt  sug-gested by... the ,E*!cecutir'e.,.for -the'  payment of delegates' expenses-, the  select ion ;oi"Va.iicouvet-us the* placeuf  ���meeting 'js satisfactory; to tlie��� G-reeu-  t\'oo5l Association.  (5) That -this Association belicres  ���that tlie voting power of delegates  front tbe different' Constituencies  siioiild be in accordance with the voting strength sit the Jast Provliiciil  election, or in ac'eorrlauce with the  latest census returns, aiid this 'Association stroiiij-iy protests against the  basis of: representation suggested by  tlie Piot ineial executive, believing  that ii is diametrically opposed to, the  prii*eci|>l-eji of tlie Liberal parly to  make 1t\t present constituencies.,,the  basiso^ representation in -aij.y jniblie  gatherit ig--,  (43 Tliat this Association; lu-lieves  tliat an ,view of tlie.,expense mid inconvenience a*ttptche<r to- goiri^: ifron:T interior potuts tb" Vancouver, the, mini-  ., ber^-f delegates as apportioned;; by'the  esecutir<s-would *be satisfactory, provided, ii no ��� increase in -miaiber of  delegates ts'niadc,   they  be .^ratited  ��� votinjf power cohimcusurate vritli the  iiuportaii-c* aml'po'pitlation of : districts  that are grossly discriminated against  by tiifc.yM3��at distribution of seals;  (5) Tli tt this'r-Assbciation , beiieves  . tint' tlie   members   ofr. tlie* .executive  sliotntt Be ex-officie- 'members of tlie  convention; editors, of newspapers  s-uppprtiitg* the Dominion Go vera went,  ii- atait-ted, should be regarded as  crOi^ary delegates and be inchtded  .in the apgiertton-irient of equitafcle vot-  h\g powetto the different constituencies'-. TtoU should also hold g*ood. in  reference. to other delegates besides  -tfio tliree delegates allowed "for each  member i-re -the Provincial Legislature.;   .' ������-���."���'���' (  (6) . Thiif ; unless a f aip-basis of re-  jresentfttoin at the Convention "be  secured Al\ is Association refuses, to  fake any-puri. its its deliberations.  (I) Ttut copies of this resolution  1>e s^rit to Senator,.Templeman and to  fie a kitfet&at:\ ifberal Assoc! itioas  -tJiro*i^rbori;t the Province.  Carried unanimously.  Tourist Sleeping Car Service-  Effective Jan. 1st, the Canadian  Pacific Railway will operate Touri.it-  Slecpitig- Cars on following- schedule:  Bastbounci, leave Kootenay Eiandiug  everv Fiiday for St, Paul, Toronto,  Montreal, Boston, et*c. E/eave Dun-  more Jet. Monday and Thursday ior  St. St. Paul, Toronto and intennediate  points.  "Westbound leaves Revelstoke,  Sunday, Wednesday and Friday for Vancouver, Seattle, etc.    Tull  particulars]  can^>e obtained from all local Agents,  J. S. CARTER,  ��, P. A., Nelson,  'The first annual, lanquet of. tlie.  Greenwood. Typographical Union yriii  be h'eldat the-Dominion Hotel, Phoenix,* oa Sunday evening 'next.   -'.-;- '*���.*  ��� '"On Tuesday a freigh-t train rah: into  a heavy pile'' of rock which dropped  from.-'Hi e roof of the. tun heL near Fish-  ernLaQ. creek.' .The.',engine was: badiy  dalniaged, The''���*;', regular passenger  train was delayed' abbut three hours. ���'-"'.  Tlie public reading room has been  piaced ht charge of Captain Lacy, of  the Salvation Army by the X<adies of  ofthe 'W.:C.*T. U. Tlie quarters have  been renioved to the old C. P. K. TeL'  egraph office in the Rendell block,  ���which rnakes a cosy reading room,  Under .- tlie new mariagem'en*ts, th*  rboms;are better looked after at a less  cost to its patrons. * The ladies ofthe.  W. C.', T.; U, who-were instrtt mental in;  estal>lishing the room s till keep it under/their. , charge and, they are c'on-  ���grattilatiug' themselves' iuiechrLng the  ahle.services 'of Capt. , tacy ' vylio''-' is  doin g; the'work free of cli argel  *, .'A. ~. vrell .attended ; meeting;; oi the  Socialist. ;club-was;/liel<l";;.last;;i night,'  when A:ld," .Kirkwood ; read : an.',; able  paperoiiov-erproductioii w-hich evolfed  coMsiderabLe'discussioa.. --;*;;.        :*> *  NOTICE.  VancoiiverjVictoria, aniiEastern'.. Rallw-s/, kai  ���~A-^; ;'-^ '������������.}��� Navleatlpu r Conijan^; ^ []������",'���' V';  '���;JTOTICE:ts hereby- .g*i\*eti'Xliat;.-aiijltcatton  will.te made; to/.'the ���Parliameat oi ,:CaiLi<la_; at  tlic.W.-ct eiisitliig^SessioittlieMotliy; aluLba';be  liali oi tdi��i>'Ta.,itcouTcr,'-yict->i*ia;;'aii'd Easterji  Raihv-itj-ati'd Navig*atioiLCb.aLi>aji)--;,'...-,f(>r;aa':Act  exte'o'Siiigtbe''4iiMeflxed"by,,S-����tl��n"'4,'o'l  of*sild.Pad3am��'iitV6l-;Victtrla;,Ci'ipUr'8?r'f(>r  tlie cbluptelioii and operation <>:f the Ra-llwaiy ot  i1iG:Gam&xj.?:.A-'-;iY.:'h-riV:-.-:A-'^  :;':���'Dated. tl'fe24tli'day oi DiidsOTber,'.iWf.; V; '  ';'-;;;;;U; S ^VANCOUVER,' TrCXORIAV/AND  !?-.Hy'iZ ��� '��� EASTERN RA3i,TVAyAND.NAir;  -;.k ;.   a.::. -. **. i gation compaksi* ��� :���: -.':-:-:; i*, :.-  .-'TAKE 'JJOTJCE'tU'it;iiraaBiiai*8*��jieiaiy^eu..  erapoi(i<titip! of sha'relioldecs' l*n\the-,3Ciikora  MiitUi-s-^quL^aityi'lrliiiitedj ����ii:.*|)erso'a.a.l JlahU-  iti*-,ivi.lll)B lield.'at.tlic Company's.'office,"Jtooiti  ]('^iilJac:ij-MI]ii!r Block, Copper St!, Grce��ivoo<l,  SLp_.,.o��Jtp>jLil^yy.thesthlct^��^  19D3,at.-thB.JLoar.of tei'i^o'cloch^ a. m.,/for ;Hie  ���p��i-*a0sed��:*cSectiitg*of5ccrsaind iirectoia tor the  eBsuLiVjj-'yea'r,; aiid trail sactiii-g siicli otli��i ,-btipl-  ness as inay .tJicn ;be���', deeihei "ajtrIsable : In ' ttie  interest of tliesaltl Cbmiiaiiy.' :'-*:  Date<l at Grand Forks, B,"c,.3>oc.26tli, L901.  ,     ���-.    -. PEWXHlTGrtES,..:-*.-���-..*,  Sec.-Treas. andO-aii, Maoager.  WOTJCE TO  CREDITORS,  IN THE  MATTER OF THE   "LAND  REGISTRY ACT"      ,  AND  In the Matter of the Title of an unit vided one half (nterest or moiety  of Lot 20, in Block 11, in the City  of Greenwood in the Osoyoos  Division of Yale District^accord-  ite to the map or plan of a sufc-  tiyision of the ''Dark Horse"  Mineral Claim, being Lot 597- in  Group One, in said Osoyoos Divis-  jcniideposited in the Land Registry  1 Office at Kamloous and Numbered  21.  WHERFAS the Certificate of Title of  Jaiw��s Smith, being Certificate of  Title No. 1347A, to the above heredita-  tnerrts has been lost or destroyed, and  application has been made to me for a  duplicate thereof;  NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a  duplicate ..Certificate of Title to an undivided one half interest or' moiety in  said E<ot will be issued at the expiration  of one liioiith'fro.m the date hereof, unless in the meantime valid objection to  the contrary is made to me in writing.  lyind Reg istry office, Kamloops, B.C  the 22nd day of November, A.D., 1901.  W. H. EDMONDS,  District Reg-istrar of Titles  KOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To:  D. R, Campbell and A. C. McKenzie, late-or  Gre'-cB-wood In the Kettle River Mining Division-or tlie Province of British Columbia,  aai to any other person or persons Interested or claiming any title to the "Queen Bess"  mineral claim, situate in Lone Lake Camp  (formerly called Gold Dros Camp,] In the  sail Kettle River Mining Division.  Yon arc liero1>y notified that*. Frank B, Goet-  terof Colvtlle. Wrash., D.S. A.,and W. G. Mc-  Mj-iiii,of Grtenvood aforesaid, have expende<l  in la.Wiir.arid improvements the  sum of one  liultd red dollars upon tlte said "Queen Bess"  mineral claim, and $2.50 for recording* the same  as wUl appear bv a Ceriifieale of *  Work  recorded on tlie 13tli June, 1901, in the oflice of the  minitiy recorder of  said Mining* Division  at  Greenwood aforesaid, In order to hold tlie said  cloim under the provisions of section 24 of the  "Mlnctal Act",  such "being-- the amount  required and necessary to hold tlie said claim for  the, year cnditipf the 1st day of July, 1901; and  if at tlieexjjirailon of niiity diys of publication  of this notice j-ou fail or refuse to contribute  your proportion of the expenditure  required  nnder the said section 24- of  tlie "Mineral Act",  tog-etlier with all costs of advertising, yonr  interest 1st said claim shall become vested in  thesaid Frank B. Goetter and VV. G. McMynn  [yonr co-owners] under section + of the "Mineral  ���Act Amendment Act 1500".    >  Dated ot Greenwood, aforesaid, this Sth day  of Aujrit.st, A. 3>., iooi:  FRANK 3. GOETTER,  W, G. McItfYNN.  KOTICE OF.FORFEITURE.  .. In the; Coeds of Ronald 1. Hodgson, late  ol Grc<invooa, B, C��� decee&ed, imestiK.  MOTLOE Idherebr given p��ursu��nt to tie Revised Statalea of *.British.iColcinibia, Cliapter  L87. tli.it all iwrsoiis Itavinif claims against the  estateof "the late Ronald T. Hodgson, arc required on: or before the -2olh <laj of Jannary,  L'J02��� tosead to the undcrslij-iicJ their* names,  addresses and descriptions, together witli lull  particulars o>f tlieir respective claims -verified  by statutory declar.*Uibii--.A.nd ail persons indebted lo Ilu said estate arc re��]iiiSre<l to jiaj the  amount of tlieir indebtedness to the nnder-  signed fortltvTiLli.  Audiurtli.er uhe notice tli U af tc r - the eald  2oth(Layof January,* 1��2, liie admin Istratrls  will proceeif todistrltintethe assets of tlie da-  ceased auuir\g tlie parties enttded thereto, bar-  Injf teganl wnlj to the claims of which: slie  ulialitlaen Juve notice and tliacihti said ailitiin-  IstratriKW-ill not be Ilahle for tl��e sai 4 ansets or  any.jiare Hiereof. to any'��� pcrsoi* or persons of  whose claims notice shall no>l hav<i been re-  ��� ccivedliy the ni at the date of saieti distribatiou,  Dated tliSsisl day of -3a��itat\,\lW2.  �����*: -McLEOD & J! Kcnvsr.  - i    Solicitors for A-dinLiiistral-riie,  To Peter Sond;eratt mJ E. Haney. loth of  ��� the City of Spokane, State,of Washluetos,  Utaited States of America.  Yonare hereby notified that ��re have expended SlIXLIM in labor and improveinents on the  MayJloiv-er Mineral.Claim situate in Skylark  Cam]) im tlie.Kettle River Mining- Division of  ."Sfale District atirt.S2.50 in.;recording- said labor  and inij-rovements as an assessment, to count  as auas?essnienl on said claim, as will appear  by: a certificate: of worlc recorded March 19th  i90i, in.ttie oflice-of the MIstingr-Rocorder-for  the said Kettle River Mining* pi-vision of Yale  District, In order to hold the said claim under  the proves ions of Section. 24 ofthe Mineral Act,  snah terntr the amount required to hold said  claim forthe 3 car ending March 29th, ISOi.  And li-al the expiration of-90 days of the pnl>  IIcation of this notice yoa fail or refuse to con  lril)��te your respective proportions of the  expenditure required and made by us, together  .���with all costs of advertising, yourinterests in  said claim shall become, vested In us (the co-  owners] under Section,+,-of- the Mineral Act  Amendoi tni Act, 1900.    ���*  Dated at Greenwood, IJ. ., this *stli day   of  Aitiriist,A.��,.l��Oj.  PAT HICKEY,  1    -., IDA BERGMAN,  MINER Air ACT, 1896.  Certificate of Improvements.  notice.  - "OUrEITSABE" Mineral Claim, situate  In tlae Kettle Slver Mining PU-ikIoh of  Yale district,   Where locaied:���lr. Copier  Canij. - '.  TAKE KOTICE that t, Geo. A. Guests, Free  Rf Iner's Certiiicate No. B-W618, for myself  ��nd a^a-cent for Svdney M. Johnson, Free  Miner's Certlficajc No, 3J8120, and for Colin  McRae, free Miner's Certificate No. B4063S, Intend sljcty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder (or a Certificate of  tuiproveinerits, for the pur|*>se of obtaining a  Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice tliat action under  section 3", ninst be commenced before ihe issuance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated flits third day of December, A. 'D.  LiOr..  GEO. A. GUESS  -^=^PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRYW*���  !  UM II  CIGAR.  IT-IS NO GHEAP CIGAR BUT EQUAL TO THE BEST  IMPORTED.  YOU WILL EN|OY IT AND AT THE SAME TIME .  ENCOU3RAGB A LOCAL INDUSTRY.  MMMMMMhMMNMMWM  101 Ml...  ..Bank of Montreal.  CP"*  <^  Cr1*'  Capital, all paid up. $f 2,000,000.    g  Rest $7,000,000. *3  President :    Lohd Stkathcoma ,vnd Mount Roval, *c5  Vlce-Pr<st4eut:   Hon. (wBorok A. Dkvmmokd. *c9  General Jjaraagerz   E. S CtoVSTOM*. **9  Brancbes ia London, Eng- J <&/,.J'i��Pri��jgl \ Jew York, Chicago, g  *4>  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an -  Travellers' Credits, available lu any partjof the world.  Greenwood Branch,    F. J. FfPfUCANE, Manager.  PimmmmmmimmmmimmmMm  ��=?  THE BANK OF"  British North America  Estatlished 1S36.    Incorpooatel by ftt>ya] Charter.  Capital, /U)00,000~$4,866.666.66  Reserve Fund, ^3 50,000-$l,703,333.33  HEAD OFFICE:   LONDON. ENGLAND.  H STIKEMAM, ceneraJ Manag-er. Montreal,  J ELMSLY. inspector, Montreal.  Branches and agents in  aU the principal cities of  Canada and tlie  United States,, and correspondents in all parts  <rf the world.  Greenwood Branch:  W. C. H- BELT, Manager.  THE f ASADIAM RASR OF fOMMERCE  Witli ^hfch is IncorsiorateJJtUe  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,000,000,      -     Rest, $2,000,000  HON. GEO. i. COX. President.   BE. WALKER, General Manager  H. R. DAVIDSON;  ACTIHG MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  a  Printing.  ELLIS  THE PRINTER...  le prepared to turn aueHrst cl-1-ss Stationery.   Msne work a *peclaltv.  WocU done for c.vsh.  ���Office Willi tlte TSiih-h, WallaM-Mill.r Block.  V, 4 Ad. -RHOMB *0,  RRIOfSm RIGHT.  FOR XMAS  Containing..,  TURKEYS,      CHICKENS,  DUCKS   md   GEESE.  Fresh Killed Stock md  Quality the <Best.  AT THE MARKETS OF  P. B^RNS ������& C��  ������jiwywyj^^^M^ii  FRED ROY,  Proprietor.  'Phone��CoIamMa 155. >  ...   -   "",   "J       -'^ .'.      l   ,'-~'.  i -    ,   i        .j ^   :- ���> .^ ,-,   ,- ^l<-t,' V-;"    ,"       -*">-_   . <- " - i ^,- S'-,L r, -    -", "*    " V."  r- ��v *  THE   BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES.  stf  fyjfr,'jj[.~Jffy'i%. fy>$.<jfk^if.i^.-^j-^.fyfyjjfjfr,<)*��$**{*.$�����{�� ���$��>$���$.^jfreg.^%tty.$*��$����3* ��$*�����..$.*$���*$����$�����$.���$��*$��*#�����$��^���$*<$�����$*���)�� ��$�����$��� ���$�����$��������;���  Hie, -lease for the premises now occupied by our Clothing Department ex'  pires'iii'a short time when, we vacate the premises. As we have no space  in our own block for this department we have decided to offer our entire  stock of Clothing,at prices that will sell it before the lease expires;  X   X  Consists off no "shelf���worn'goods but is  w��sstf  :n1  V  liJLZ'  u-i .LL  in the Cityi    If you want a Suit, Overcoat, in fact anything in the Clothing  line you can make money by dealing .with us* ,      X       X   - X   '^X  -"tHH  -    emember that:;this is a'genuine closing out sale. > As we 'stated at the outset- 'we!v'Vacat^;".the'  premises -and all our fine 'stock' of Clothing ixiust be sold*   There never was a better' opportunity f"  Y^k " ' '" ' " ' 'to secure a good and cheap outfit for .winter,  ���"i[j(j  i:. '   J  fJ-   -/   _     r  .o ^,        I. I 11 r-=j J  'x<  i\  MBW1��G INSTITUTE  NeBi*5 af rli�� Dificers and Ceuacll W��min��<ed  Cor Election In 1902  OTTAWA. D^c. 19.���The noini'iat-  in!Ccommittee appointed 1>\ the council. ��of th< Cana^ia-ii Win in; Ins,tilnLe  ha-ve reported the follo'-veiriff naanes- for  election i�� M02 to KM tlie i .tetneiea  ocemmnjr" an uually in the boa id of  naaaLKgement i  Ptestd(srtt~Ch.u'le:�� E'tr^ie, M. E ,  vice-presliiecit atul g'-nertl mo^gM "f  ��w Itiieecoloaial Coal campatiy. AV��*t-  Tille, N.S!y  ���    ^  "Vice" ' p'r-wdents  Canadian Miwwtjj Review, Ottana,  ITEie ami naLine�� ting- of the lats.tatute  vi 13 be lieLdl an Montreal on Wednesday, Tlimesdaj and Friday, Stta, 6th  aticl 7"t It >Ia m le h.b��C.  ���iStagvue     Cost��,  Ga>5.&   E^iiisl   Co4  M. Ei>r P����r. Nat  Toronto, Ont.; R. H -H��>.ll^ HaJ  Min^ijf d��idStn��ltitig Co., Kel -.-.n*, B.C,;  Featiljr 3). Adams, Montreal, Quc-.s  Grafiaiq jVafaefr'Noira Si:oti-i ^t^cl &  Co>aHColV-lWe^Grlasg-ow, H,^S-  C9ttin��SC��� Frederick K��0feV, &I. E ,  B. C. Co-pper Co., Auaeo.itJn, B. C  Ftrank Roblrts, M. E., North Star M* i  ing- bo., SCimWrly," B.' C; >- Geo. -R.  Sin-i��ki. M. L. A.rBell's A��i*c"sl��-�� Ca ;  Thetfoed Miaes Que.r W. F. LiU>,  g^BerdiLiaaJisger H. AV j.��cKeiU/C��,  A-aftwadte, Alts.; John b. Hooio-J,  M. fe,, Con. Cariboo B��yd/ l"U/ Co-,  BwLlaon, B. C; John B. Porter, M. B ,  McGLll University,' Moatr*al, Q��* ;  B. Bean��*��, manager King Biov.,  Tkiejtford Ktiues, Que: J T. V-iCtll.  Canada. LTOU^nwwf,^ Co , A'^'-^ \,  Qaes, R. #/ Chambers, BI^ J*1,, K ^S  Steel & "tfrtaJ: Co., Bell Esla'ni; NfW :  33^"W. R��bbr R��bt�� B��g>n'-*rli��^ c"-  Afia&Wai,, ff. S.; C. SMtl��K,-��MKfaJ  aaaaj,��g��t��: Dominion. C'.al Co^, G.-��ec  Baj,C*"B,i "W. 1�� Libhev, Uwiokl^rj  M5aa*��'C6.. Brookfield. K S,; P. KirV-  g-aard- MC. %., Canadian Oolil PielcK,  UefioW, Ottty Conrtcnay "De-Calb. il-E- -  BoaetfU^ Ma&&,; A. ^. Tuca^ CanaOi. i.  Cogjlxw Go*�� .Sudbuij, Ont.s, K v-  Sjwsbwlt,'��t��., kalce Sf]>u-i..T P. ^ v ���  Co. cSaul* 8*e. Masie.  Sesretajy���p.  T.  A.   B��:i:,    edict  ArnssteS for Board  TLio Gi a wCI 6V1t s, Gazette &ays "A.  15 Store r, a miLUCt employed ni the  j'Jotl'ei Iv-cxde^ .Deadwood cainj), -vras>  l)i oiigli t to tli ia ci [y a. prisoner, 'Viwin,-  da-y, <c3u.r(-jed w ith haviiif; wilfully left  ���1!i* YaLel-wlcl vitJiowt settling !t3��(tle  1>0Piird bllJ oESJ. Tbe liotel uiitnage-  m��;iLt aeefed Bo ma.be! -in eHample oCliim  owing to tbe (act tint dead-beatmg is  practised on fitie li ot-el at lea&t o:tce a  -waeSt-  A chasg-o oi wagrancy was. also laid  againbC tic- jiJaoaier, who li id a. h��ar-  ittgin Judge: Jo bason's court, The  otherafcarjje is raofe serious. Under  tbe cram im iU code defrauding: ,e hotel  ccttstiflutea ,nn lrtdectable ofteuce, the  anaxi mm in pc��ia.H^ beiut, three }<;aiV  iatQti&ttameai, 1 be law_ does not pro-  "vide ior' I lues lhi position of s fine.  Storey waa aLlo-^cd hid liberty pesidin^  the d'Hu'iii')* of jeidgrucnt today. E��e i��  a macciad mart a.ucl za.tns good w a-ges."  Storey5ce.pt air botel at Bou<wU-"y  City foe s-o mr ��LWie,  MJNEKAL ACT.  Ceitificate of Ittirovenieris.  NortcE.  lPI,OR EK-CE PR ACTIO WAX,'' Ml itisral ��tal��  situite en tlie KeLlla REi-ei MliiUik Division cf Tile Di stncl.  WkcieJociLtcd DkliI mjoiI cwti|) adjvlai-  ltifr tlit Crown Silver and C. O.B. MCaeral  clilius  TAKE NOTICE thai I- CUi-fc Pradpte,  t'rw Mukt's CcTtilaalc No. -403H,  ui tend ftuttj ^VB from the ��laiBJi����M��fi-loa|)*3j>  lo llic Miial ii j- Recorder fwr a Curil licale of Cm-  l>ra^GrUl��-ln, for tlie -jMiifQ-SE o-( obuiul il If a  Ciom-ii trraaii ni Hie a.l>vrc cL^ltll  Ami tnrtlLir talce iiotiire t-nat ?cllOil ��i��i<l��*  section 57<auu?t tie comiueifcttd Wore 1Eie is-  siiaiittioi smcli Ccrtllicileoi linproreiiiertts.  D.ileil thl-i 12tb <la> of rio-venclje r�� A* D-, 110L,  ccivas i��Rsn see-  M1NJERAL   A CD.  . CerBEUate ��< Improvement.  novice:  uDOMrMIOir,, and "ND VIJi BR VVTO" Mti*e:raJ  Claim? sSruvte in -IIip KbHILb 3Ci-\��r NlfiSug  Division of T-ilc Dhtrkt tVlicro ��o��ute(.~Brf  Deadwood Camp. ,  TAKE-KOMCE tliat I, CUre Wlngfe, PJeu  Miner's. <C��<tiilcate 2So 840M4,. indernl  sixlj du^s-rMiu (ne<lJite kewof <o��j|ijlyto ebe  Mining licc��r<d��i ior �� Coitillcate ot Jnitt-MMfi-  Bient-s f<)3 Uli- t>uTOSe ol cfcioilUng A <JKWU  Grant ol His iul>ove ulaim  And nutbertiikii notice tlat action* wafler  Scudon 57", aoust be coiiacn.cii.u<l l>doro tte  Issuance ol ja*Ji Certi"'nt<! of JmiftOvetfiiOiM..  Dated el��la Uilnlaj of So-v��*riberra X D-iaflH.  ���ewvg pRtyact  t/vV/'V^V'V'W'WW'V  Heavy and  ���nMBHnaawMM^gaiMBMBWiiWMBMiMeMHMMni  Shelf Hardware.  Groceries  and Provisions  MMMMMMM  -AT THB-  "PaaCiaia j Wd Ci ra|;e Nuts at theS-outh  ICnd Groiwry, 'ft7* S G-raharn, pro-  p.-ietoir..  HWICE 0? QiSSOLUTJOH.  Notrcc: ja bi-wb-i ^iven tha* the  pa.rti��er**bL|J h��tctoi<>ro subsisting between the iwidterw^r'Cd as Plirmbers  jOtc, uwider t be Rrai-Wdinie of "Xi!sle>  i & Bis-brip" nas d>����.i>H-od b-, niBMial  =<oi:s��eLifi o-ta ihe l&ih t'.-y . { December,  I901  AEI oeshL o\< ta^ to the ��,iid p^ettier-  ah ip-are to�� 3h-jia id *o ti,�� jnderaigned  Bd��nni "V- Stisliop, t\bo vill pay all  ^Sasovs aifaii wst at ' -,  3>ated fhlsj ZS (<���'tl.iv wf Berrcuber.  3003. ���?'..'   T.,^L^-    ^  CERTIFICATE  OF IMfKOTEJnEMTS.  KOTICE  ������QUEliS BESS-" Mltiers.1 Cls.in��, sln��W U tlie  Kettk Rivisr Miji��ii(f D>i-\5si<o*(i ixf T��l�� J)ia-  trict   Wlicreioiated:���fa l/o-iiqrf/afceCa tag.  furmerlj called  G-��ld  'Wr'wp- C��rsip^ trbi-jr  ���iVcji-lfci-EE'sU'fJy   tn.in   a.inl aij vmirtg tins  "Rod*��nct J>liu'Triiitieir.iil elaini.  TAKE NOTICE tliat ��e, 3*Mnlt 1*  (T,��eei��r,  of (.���olsiite, Waaiu, U. fi-A.. T*rjo 9fU<r Ceru-  tioaoe Ku H40M5a atidW. t3-M��3<wnn. of Gteeirt-  vwmI.B.c. J"r*e Miner Cert Ificrate K��^3JVX3()'l^hv  tend, *>Uei' t\S}6 frota tlis date fi2rro (, t* if��pl2  to tlie Mil itift Redui4��r for CiJrt55c*Ui of !:&*���-  pruv-emedtf, fnttbeporpow of obU ititi*�� CftM n  uracil, of ittieatoie clai in-  And furttier U^o noti-cio tl<st aeti-o���� artier  section Ti. watt 1>e coniijueiec&d Vfora the is-  sn-��-^ce nf <* \c\iC<-rLifi<ateof 3ntr��"-o'v����i<eiiIS.  Daiwl tlil;3 23LlLdavof NwMtu, **01-  Erlrgant rijiich an*l EnuLUb fstKty  China \-\-it�� (uoiliing- better) *t Cofe's-  Book Store.  Sewing rwschiries- ise^-ot oLdloe s-aj'.e  orrenl.   (0 E. C. Store,  To R��at���A tJirep roomed cottage,  {qraisined,   Appiy Vbe Tirtiesotfice,  1  COMPANY, LIMITED-  *V-%  __ We are moving our Stock from the old-store of Law  ~&Qo. to our new store, and will open up for business  there on MONDAY MORMIHG. While wc will be upset for a while, and unable to hare a proper 'opening,, yet  we will be prepared to handle your CHRISTMAS; OH-  DBRS. Our Grocery- stock is entirely new and freak,,  the greater, part oi It just opened u��. As heretofore,  we will carry only the rery best quality of goods-.," W��  will set apart an^OPSNlHG DAY later on, to whkh yoia  will be invited to critically inspect our new-BmMitig*- Im  the meantime, just come in and "have a look" aad flucn-  dentally leave your order ior Holiday Groceries.  *

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