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 a  u  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29,  VJ04.  No.  22  COMPANY, LTD.-  WHITE    MUSLIM  UNDERWEAR  NO NEED TO WAIT  <;';. Till Spring. Make your purchases now and save  from 25 to 50 per cent. Everything in this line  on sale at bargain prices.  ���SKIRTS���Tucked   and trimmed with  9  inch  embroidery,  regular  $2.00, for $1.50  SKIRTS���-Tucked    and    trimmed    with '  Torchon   Lace;  regular S2.00, for $1.50  ��� SKIRTS���With   flounces    of    tucked    Nainsook,    regular  ;     , $1.50, for $1.00  ' WHITE LAWN SKIRTS���Trimmed with Valenciennes  lace and insertion, regular $2.75, for......... $2.25  NIGHT GOWNS���Yoke finished with tucking, embroidery and insertion. Fiue material. Regular  $1.50, for S/.OO  ! All gowns made of good muslin and  trimmed with best quality  of edging and embroidery.  A few snaps in Corset Covers and Drawers, which  will benefit the early comers.  THE  BIG   STORE  Russell - Law-Caulfield  COMPANY,   LIMITED  ...'������: . . . GREAT ... .  Stock Taking Sale  '1 A   ���  ,7'U  To lower our stock for stock taking Ave arc still  selling goods Regardless of Cost. Our entire  stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ha*s, Underwear, etc.,  must be sold to make room for Nejw Goods,  which are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of our New Union Made Macki-  naws, which can't be beat.  UNITED IS  MARRIAGE  Fashionable   Wedding  Presbyterian Church  in  !  Mr. Rendell and Miss Manahan  Happy Couple.  the  ''At high noon on Wednesday, the27th  instant, the Presbyterian church,  Greenwood,-was the scene of a fashionable marriage, the contracting  parties being.Mr. George Arthur Rendell and Miss Marian L. Manahan,  arid Rev. M..D. M. McKee, pastor of  the church, the officiating clergyman.  The church was beautifully decorated  by the friends of the bride, and there  was a large congregation present to  witness the pleasing ' event. The  bride was given Laway by Dr. J. E;  Spankie. Mr, H. J. Bayley of Eholt  supported the groom. The bride was,  attended by tiny Miss Kathryn Grierson, who carried the wedding ring on  a beautiful silver salver. The bride  looking charming in a beautiful gown,  of Duchesse satin: trimmed with erri-  broidered chiffon, and a veil pf tulle  caught up \yith orange blossoms.  After the marriage ceremony a wedding breakfast was served at the residence of Dr. SpanKie, and the happy  couple left by the afternoon train for  Spokane wliere the honeymoon ii being-  spent. ��� J.  The bride vvasthe recipient of many,  'beautiful atid costly presents ifrQtjv-tlife  numerous friends of both bride and  groom. The Presbyterian congregation ������ presented Mrs. Rendell with a  bible in recognition of the fact that  hers was, the, first marriage to take  place in the Presbyterian church here.  Mr. Rendell is one of the best known  arid most popular busiuess man in the  district. The senior member of the  well-known firm of Rendell & Co., he  has been Closely identified with the  commercial and mining life of the  district for the past eight years. In  more recent years he has resided at  lphplt,, ^here   he is head of the Eholt  Denoro company, which when taken  ii]i will furnish any additional funds  needed for permanent development  work on the ore exposed in several  other workings, and on the surface of  the Oro Denoro. The sale of shares  leaves all profits earhed from the lirst  of this year available for dividend  purposes, and it is net improbable that  a dividend will be declared iu the near  future. '''���!���  The ore contracted for contains a  large percentage of magnetic iron and  is sought by the smelters to flux their  silicious ores. The treatment rate is  largely nominal, and it is well known  that the Oro Denoro product shows a  higher product per ton than most low  gradeniit.es The Oro Denoro from  the time it began to ship last summer  has not only paid its own way but has  shown profits that have been used towards paying off the mine's old debt  and installing a fine compressor plant.  The ore output from the two quarries  secured by the Granby company will  probably total nearly $1,000,000 in  value. The Granby company will also  bid for the ore in the other portions of  the mine which are expected to be  opened up this, year, as soon as a  needed railway spur track is put iu to  enable shipments to be made. The  tonnage output will then be doubled.  The two quarries are now capable of an  output of from 1200 to 1500 tons per  week.  The full output has been so far retarded for lack of railway cars, but the  O. P. R. Will doubtless remedy this  immediately. Good luck has followed  the operations of the Oro Denoro company since it took .bold, of and started  work on the prospect less than a year  ago. Although it did not utilize former  work on the property, but broke entirely new ground as if it were a'- pure  prospect, yet within a month after  starting work had there been a railway  loading spur the mine would have paid  its -own way���being one of the very  few low grade mines that pay from the  grass roots.. This latest deal will emphasize the fact that the Oro;.Denoro  has merit and,a large amount of pro-  babfeore of pay'graacr:^-- ���'.--': -^ ~s ��� fV"--."  The Or i Denoro is economically  managed, the office expenses are nominal, while its ore is developed, quarried  and ,placed on the cars at a cost of  about seveuty-five cents per toiij which  is probably as good a record as the  bigger mines of the Boundary can  show.���Rossland Miner.',''..  ,' Ladies Shoes and Rubbers at youi  to close them out.  own  price  TELEPHONE   25  ���^MhX*******"^'*"^****^  !n>*<m*X<n.Hm->$'**n8i��*^^^^^  &*#���>���*���  tvt  (?  r*  y  Trading company; but after their return from their honeymoon the happy  couple will take the Smailes' residence  in Greenwood. ���  The bride has been a resident of  Greenwood for several years and the  best tribute to her popularity is the  large number of presents .received,  and the hearty well wishes from her  numerous friends.  The "boys," with whom George  Arthur is exceedingly popular, took  advantage of the opportunity to show  their good will. The outgoing train  was gaily decorated and the rail was  ornamented with torpedoes which gave  a loud welcome when passed over by  the train. Showers of rice, shrill  tootiugs of whistles and a wonderful  variety of old shoes securely spiked to  the happy couple's luggage, were all  utilized iu starting them bu their  journey. The reception at the train  was repeated by the residents of Eholt,  who took advantage of the opportunity  to extend congratulation to (heir fellow townsman.  although there is also' a provision of  $20,000 for the main trunk road in  Cariboo.  Yale ��6,000  Kamloops..':*..:.....: .'  9,000  Okanagan.:.. :���       '.. 7,000  Similkameen  7,000  Greenwood :...     .2,500  Grand Forks.. ...!  5,000  Revelstoke        8,000  Sloean ...:..... : ..:.... ....: 5,000  Ymir-.:':..:.:..::.'.'..: '.:.:::::::::���..::....'...::.. 8,000  Kaslo ...  :......:;.:::...':.::.  8,000  Columbia  :  6,000  Cranbrook ......���......:  5,000  Fernie ..............:.:.!.......  .5,000  , In addition to the. above there is provision,for a bridge over the Elk river  at Morrissey, $7000, and one over the  Lardeau a': Poplar creek, ��2500, and  one over the Sainton at* at Ymir, $2000.  Thete is:no provision in the estimates  for Nelson���-,and Rossland. they now  being city, constituencies.  Our big sale is now in full swing and we have  made the last slash in prices for this sale; only  two more weeks for such bargains  f.   Ladies' Winter Shirt WalStS was ?3.50; s;ile  price                              75c 2  �� ���!���  ?   Ladies' CoStlinreS, ��" fine Tweed and Serere, was S15 to S2.->   .j.  X.                       sale  price  $6.50 ��  4   50   Pairs   Men's StlOeS, was S5 and ��6 per pair  X  4*                          sale jirice per pair $2-50 y  V Y  ��  ! ��������� ! : ���  ��  �� ��  X         Come with the crowd and bring your purse with you as %  g the terms are cash. ��  | Sale Closes Saturday, February 13th |  I   RENDELL & CO. !  & ���:���  BOUGHT THE OUTPUT  A Smash-Up  Monday morning Royer's overland  express met with a mishap. Before  leaving Greenwood driver Royer called  atJtheWindsor^ w^nt inside to^get a  parcel, leaving the, horses untied.  Tlie team became scared by loud j  cracks of frost or New Year's resolutions being broken, and started down  Copper street at a 4:11:44 gait. In  front of the Greenwood house the  sleigh got mixed up with a telephone  pole and was badly broken; the horses  getting loose from the wreck started in  the direction of the parliament buildings, Victoria. But the stage left on  time, tor a little thing like a smash-up  does not bother J. F. Royer, who had a  team and sleigh on the road to Grand  Forks a few minutes after the accident  occurred.  SIDLEY LIBERALS  Organize   Association,  and    Elect  -/Officers  The; valleys and bench lands in  Similkameen riding ;ar<e being, rapidly  settled up by industrious and prosper:  ous farmers. Six years ago, Anarchist  mountain' which divides Kettle river  from Okanagan had only two or three  settlcis. Today every Jacre of; tillable  land is being cultivated. Some of the  settlers have come inj during recent  years. They ;ha!ve made rapid progress  arid the settlement today is one of the  most prosperous in tlie 3 province. Nor  is the settlement: confined to Anarchist  mountain; alone. ->KOn'.f.both sides of  Rock Creek on bench lands and hi. the  valleys may:. be fbupd comfortable  looking ranches.' Like: the majority of  farmers in the Dominion, the settlers  in this locality are Liberals. They  met at the Sidley school house on' Saturday evening last and completed the  organization of a Liberal Association.  There were;over 30 voteis present and  a strong Liberal association was organized. -Permanent officers were elected  as follows: : Presidentuohn A. Dallan-  .^y^y.i^fcPS^ideja^^jcjoV- J^jwards;  Secretary-Treasurer 'Wm.' Letts; -'as--  sistant Secretary M.-'jGillis; and an  executive committee comprised of the  above and. Messrs. Stiles, Hollanger  and H. Edwards.  .Duncan Ross the Liberal candidate  was present and addressed the meeting.  Afterwards local requirements were  discussed with the Candida te who was  accorded a unanimous .vote of thanks  for, his attendance. Sidley always  gives a substantial vote for the Liberal  party and judging, from the enthus-  iasim shown at Saturday night's meeting the majority at the next election  will-~be'cotisiderably:Mucreased.--^~wf=4  MICHTI  mlli<l*'JBlli'<Bu^HJif"''-''t''r-   WF BURl  Grand Forks Scots Hono  the Scottish  Bard  I Bill 11 YEfll  One Hundred Sat Down to Dinner a i  the Yale Hotel  DEATH OF MR. BERNARD  THE ESTIMATES  Granby Smelter Buys Oro Denoro Ore  for Two Years Hence  On Saturday H. N. Galer, assistant  general manager of the Granby Mining and Smelting company closed a  deal for two years output of the two  ore quarries at the Oro Denoro mine,  owned by the Oro Denoro Mines, Limited. Smith Curtis, who went toGr.tnd  Forks ou Saturday, represented the  latter company. The negotiations had  been proceeding for a month or so.  The Granby company have also bargained   for   a   block of the   treasury  shares   of   the   Denoro  company,  the  proceeds of which will be sufficient   to  pay off the balance of the  delit   to  tlie  Bank of Montreal, which  the "Denoro  j company assumed when it bought  out  i the assets of ihe King Miningcompaiv  '. a year aif..    The Granby company 'na-  I .lis > taken an -<i>ii��'i n<   .m   addition ���:  (block    of   the    ���;..:!���.:!.;  *-h-r. s   A   ih>_'  The Government Is Not so Liberal  as It Used to Be  The McBride government have  brought down tlie estimates, and they  show a decrease iu expenditure of  about 850,000 from, the estimates of  1903, being 52,442,354.31. There i.s,  however, a very sharp advance under  the head of public debt from last year,  for which public works and other departments of governmental activity  have to suffer.  This year under this head the estimate is $668,979.31 as against ��517,-  329.31 last year. Civil government  salaries are reduced about 520,000, administration of justice about 311,000,  while legislation ffoes up S4000. partly  on account of the increased membership of the legislature.  "^ Maintenance of public institutions  advativ.��>�� about SI8,000 aud charities  and hospitals about S5000. About SG00C  is saved under the administration of  justice, other than salaries. Education  gnes :tp 53000. transportation 5100O and  miscellaneous 5701X1.  Public works decreased frjin 5668,250  last ye^r to 363.250 this year. Under  this 'a1 t-r hi ad tlif rt are ..onie ^tartlinjr  fisrur'- fir'mfmtiers \--A. ��� ��vf f^tid^v  hop: i it f -r ' her': ap; -������?������ !>ri-!tio'i�� with  whi       ' > ;��!a a*f t!: v.r - ���t'',' -r'-.-ri.  Well Known Resident of City Passes  Awayr  Isaac M. Bernard one of the best  known and most highly respected mining men of the district died at his residence, Government street on Tuesday  last. The deceased had been seriously  ill with stomach trouble for several  weeks before death came.  Mr. Bernard was a native of Prince  Edward Island and 43 years of age.  He resided in Montana for a number  of years aud later came to the Sloean  where he had contracts at the Payne  and other mines. Four years ago he  came to Greenwood and was associated  with Mr. Fowler in the development  of the Providence and Defiance.  Shortly after the Defiance closed down  last fall. Mr. Bernard was not feeling  well but thought nothing of his illness  until he was forced to take to his bed.  Complications set in and medical skill  could do nothing to abate the malady.  Mr. Bernard was a prominent member of the Masonic order. He was a  past master of Alta Lodge Sandon and !  au official of the Grand Lodge of British Columbia. The funeral will take  place from the Masonic templs "ti Sat  The spacious banqueting hall of the  Yale hotel, Grand Forks, has been t\v-  scene of several brilliant gathering,.  in the past, but probably its capacity  was never taxed to a greater extent,  nor did it ever contain a jollier lot o!  men than on Monday evening last  when the recently organized St. Andrew's.society of Grand Forks were tlv;  hosts at a banquet to commemorate the  anniversary of Robert Burns.' ���  The hundred guests present uot only  enjoyed plenty of good things to  eat,  but heard some .eloquent speeches, were  regaled by  some capital  stories   and  were stirred by  Scottish songs spleu  didly sung.    Nor should  the bagpipe;.  be forgotten.   What Scottish  banque  would,be : complete without the pipe-'  and   who , can   get better or sweeter  music put of  them  than   Piper   Car  rut hers of Phoenix ?       :  Lack of space prevents an adequate  ,r ;l- iri��>f the banquet. The com mittet  i.,,Oiiarge are certainly entitled to everj  .credit for their successful mauageraeiiv.  and the Yale hotel for its splendk  catering.     -���'  D. Whiteside, barrister of Grant  ;ITorks ..was toaet master; and :to hi:  clever:"'generalship 7is- largely "diietllr"  fact that interest was not allowed t<.  lag until Auld Lang Syne was sung.al  three in the morning.  Grand Forks is blessed with  severa  clever after dinner speakers.   John D  Spence's oration on Robert Burns war-  an eloquent tribute to Scotland's natural bard,  Martin  Burrell delivered r ���  witty  address in response to the toas'  "Our Fair Dominion" and  Dr.  E.   R.  Northrop   mounted  the Eagle's back  and soared to magnificent flights of or  ating in responding to "'Our Southen  Neighbors."   A.    A.   Munro    of   th>  Mori trea.r&"Boston" Copper^ Com pa n ���-  made a neat little speech on the subjec  of raining and smelting,  while  R.   A  Brown of volcanic fame aroused  grea-;  enthusiasm by his glowing descriptioi  of the illimitable mineral resources   o:  southern     British     Columbia.    "Tli-  Land of Burns" was left to the  t.eude;  mercies of Clan Ross.    Rev. Mr.  Ros:  a recent arrival  in Grand Forks,  ex  tolled the virtues of the men  produce<  by auld  Scotia  and  Duncan  Russ o.  Greenwood, briefly replied to the sain  toast.    "The   City  of  Grand   Forks'  was replied  to in  a   clever   way   by  Mayor Jeff Hammer: while in Dr.   McDonald and  Mr. Ewing tl.e  "Ladies"  had stalwart champions.   The "Press'"  found champions in W.   A.  Harkin   o  the Gazette and Josh Anderson of  th  Sun.  And it was a night of song. Oik-  has to go away from home to hear th'  news and one has also to go to Gram:  Forks to discover Greenwood's musical  talent. H. T. Pemberton of theSunsci  smelter can sing. Blessed with a ric ���.  and well trained voice, he djlighte.'  Sassenachs and enthused Scots by hi ���.  singing of Scottish songs. Mr. Waug  of Grand Forks, Mr. Ewing and other i  S contributed *o the evening's entertair-  ment. They have not only Scotchmo-i  at Grand Forks but Heilandnieii as wel  m j and to fully demonstrate this fact, -\��>r-  man   M;Lellan  and J.  C.   McDonald  urday afternoon at 2.30 under the aus- .  pices of the order.   The   Greenwood \ **"* several ��aeHc s0"^s>  Miners' union of  which  the  deceased;     Taking it all in   all  it  was  a  was also a  member,   will  attend, in a j banquet, a credit to the city,   a  body. c        i to the  Scottish  society   and  a  Isaac  M.    Bernard  was   highly   re-! tribute to the  memory   of one  spected by all who knew  him.   Thor- | world's greatest poet-.  oughly honest  and conscientious and I   of more than average  intelligence  his i     The Jllembcrs  of  Houmi:lrv  demise at a comparatively early age will jLod&c    wcre   hosts   at    a   M,0  KTcv t  cred:  littin;  of   thf  be deeply regretted. Much sympathy-  is expressed for the bereaved widow  and two little daughters who are left  to mourn a loving husband and a kind  f ther.  Las'  woo 1  >>atur<la\     it  rim-in the   Green-  kids* li.-.ked   he,.\naconda 'kids'  Ca  .��>  .ilit.   I.  ,iet e.ii h k^1 510,000, ,at i.oCKtj v\uh  : 6 to 3.  Valle?  ;e^fi  smoker held  in   the   lodge   iv��uin   <��� ���  Thursday  evening.    A  large  mnnlif  were present  and all thoroughly   cr  joyed   themselves.   Short     ad<'re����  were delivered by Rev. W. A.  K���������  W. G. G unce and others, and  :\  gramme of   song   aad   instru-.u  music carried out.    Refreshusctit-  ser.-ed b> members of the lodge.  C  ^  .'iP  '.,:'/  -~.-}>'-Q ;,fff  'h.  1 ��n&   BOUNDARY CREEK' TIM$S  ���   UOO<><>00<>OOCW300<M7'CW>0<KK>CK>0  | LOCAL   EXTRACT |  C~- 0<>OCW>0000<>0000000000<>0000  John Ross of Edmonton was a  v si tor Wednesday.  William Delahv of Phoenix was a  .  sitor to the city today.  lr. M. Elkins has returned from a  !<:tsiuess visit to Ross'and.  C. P. McQueen of Calgary paid the  i- 'iiudary ;i visit this ween.  The Elkhorn this week shipped a car  ��� ���! ore lo Ihe Greenwood smelter..  Highest price paid Ior furniture and  '  nves at Clint's, opposite Hacitio hotel.  James McNicol of Midway returned  Li;om a business trip lo the coast this  week.  -Tallies    Macgregor,     provincial     in-  icctor of mines,   was   in  Greenwood  ��� ,:sterday.  Hob Perry arrived from Camp Mc-  Kinney Wednesday and will remain in  i  reenwood all winter.  Mr. .iiul Mrs. Frank Richter of  Keremeos were visiting friends in  �� .4'.eeiuvood this week.  Ii. J. Wilson, manager of the North-  l-ort smelter, visited Greenwood the  i ,irly jiart of the week.  E. G. Warren arid J. P. Myers-Gray  left on Tuesday to attend the conservative convention at Kamloops.  The Union Meat company are build-  i'.'ig- a two-story ice house and cold  t .oragc al the rear of their market.  James Dallas, formerly with H. B.  Madden iu the Pacific bote', arrived in  (,:reenwood Wednesday from Montana.  M. Edgren, formerly employed at the  ���'\Lother Lode mine, is taking a winter  course at the Pullman Agricultural  college.  A sociai dance will   be helu at   the  Head wood   school   house    ou Friday  , ight, January   29.    Proceeds go   towards a library for the school.  The   attendance   at   the Greenwood  ; nblic schools is rapidly increasing and  j;i. all probability fiiiother teacher  will  .i.dve lu be engaged in a short time.  ' George C. McLaughlin, who was de-  ' feated in Greenwood three weeks ago  by Mike O'Neil, won two out cf the  three falls from Devanney at Spokane  ���siist Thursday night.  ���'���'���  Last week the Union Meat company  received two carloads of  fat cattle and  ' ;,.   car   of   sheep   from  Alberta.    The  ���'���Viock will be slaughtered as needed for  ���their Boundary markets.  J U/L-ti.--���McMynll-.-K.-C.-U-. IMlh.- W..  . Cooksouand H. W. Falconer will represent tlie  Greenwood   Curling   Club  at  ' he Kootenay bouspiel  which opet ������in  ���1'Cevelstoke on Monday next.  JJext Monday will be the 145th a A-  ��� versary of the birth of Robert Burns,  : ihe Scottish bard. The newly organ-  . :/i'ed Caledonia Society of Graud Forl^s  : ..ives a banquet at the Yale hotel the :  evening.  The Hyas Skookum Club held   their  monthly dance Wednesday  evening in  Miller's hall.    The dance  was  in  the  7'7^atiir^i'ol' a"frrewen party"to^MfsT and  I.-.-Miss McKenzie who are leaving shortly  x ��� ;'or Kegina.  A meeting will be held at Sidley to-  _' 'morrow to elect permanent officers of  f.io Liberal association recently organ-  ���'���'..soil there. Duncan Koss. the Liberal  '): i.undidale. will be present and address  "���' . liie meeting.  ���i: King Kces, manager for P. Burns &  . <   k'.q. at Phoenix, has accepted a position  iu the head oflice in Greenwood. He  ��� J1;..'.as taken Mr. Greiger's house ou gov-  ; riimeut street and will move herewith  .,-' i.-is family next mouth.  James Smith, who was confined to  ; * lie hospital for a few weeks with  evere eye trouble, is out and about  .gain. Jim's lame eye couldn't witli-  taud the good treatment al the hos-  ital and is now on shift ag;iin doini;  ts share of the work.  The   K.   P.   U.   mines    this    week  . flipped   25   tons   of   ore   to   the Hall  lines smelter.    A 55 ton car  is  being  naded from the same mines and  will  e shipped early next week tothe same  ineller.    Another car will  be  sent  to  tne   Greenwood   smeller.    The  ore  i��  high   grade   and will  run over $100 to  liie ton.  A.   W.   English ��� of the Cunningham  -.lfctric company, returned   tu  Greenwood on   Wednesday   accompanied   by  .Mrs. English.   Although Mr. English's  impaiiy is doing a. large  business   in  .dmonton lie has decided to resid;; here  or some   time, the   Northwest   winter  ���ciiig much severer  than   that  of  the  . iuundarv.  A Noted Tourist  R. A. Robinson, who left Greenwood  about eighteen months ago, returned  Monday. . bince leaving the Boundary  camp he has traveled extensively  through California, Oregon, Utah,  Colorado, Arizona, Old and Ne"-  Mexicos. Mr. Robinson is a friend of  Teddy Roosevelt, and wears today a  hat presented him by the presidont  whi'c thev were at Grant's Pass.  Oregon. He also rode on the aame  Pullman as the great sing artist Patli,  but the singer happened to be insiae of  the coach and Bobby underneath. He  will remain here all winter.  Going to Regina  McKenzie, Hambly & Co., the well-  known firm of dressmakers . and  milliners, intend moving , to Regina  about the 15th of next mouth. McKenzie, Hambly & Co. have been in  business in Greenwood for four years,  and during that time they fully demonstrated llieir expert knowledge of both  departments of their business. They  leave Greenwood with the good wishes  of all and the ladies who have a fondness for good wearing apparel tastily  made, regret their departure. The  temptation to invade the rapidly growing- Northwest capital was too strong,  however, and they decided some time  ago to get into the larger city. They  are sure to do a big business there.  A Narrow Escape  Sam Strong, au old mitier of the  Boundary, who owns several claims on  the Colville Indian reservation, about  two miles southeastof Midway, is lucky  to be alive today. Two weeks ago  ���while,cutting a small tree near the entrance of the tMniiel ou the property,  he slipped, went over the precipice, and  fell a distance of 65 foot, lighting ou a  pile of rocks. He afterwards walked to  his cabin, remained there for a few  days, and then caine lo Greenwood,  and is now under medical attendance.  The doctor says no bones are broken,  the only fracture being flesh separating  from the bones. He is doing splendid  and will he able to return home in a  couple of weeks.  The Best Remedy for Croup  'J ins is the season when the woman  who knows the best remedy for croup is  in ilt* maud in every neighborhood.  One of the most lerrinle things in the  world is lo be awakened in the middle  of Uie night of the night bv a whoop  from one of the children The croup  remedies are almost assure if be lost  in case of crouo, as a i evolver is .sure to  be lost iu case of burglars. There used  i" he au olrl fa.ihinned remedy lor  crimp, known as hive syrup, but nciiie  modern mothers say thai Chr.mher-  l.iin's Cough Kemedy is better, and  does not cost so "much. It causes the  patient lo "throw up the plegm"  ipiicker, and nives relief  in a .shorter lime.        Give  this remedy at, suoii as the crimpy  coui;h appears and it will prevent the  attack. 11 never fails and is pleasant  and safe to lake. Kor sale by J. L.  White Grccuwdod and A. F. Thomas  Midway. ���"  J.  COURLAY  LANG  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  AND  CHEMIST  x  Successor    to    Walter    E.    Segsworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smelters Carefully Attended to.  <<%$!$*  ���><*!"��  BOUNDARV-VALLEY   LODGE  No. 38, 1.0.0. F.  Meets  every  Tuesday  Evenini: at 3 00 iu  ilu  |, O. 0. F. Hall.     A' cordial invl tationiiteix  leucine! in all sujuurnlnc bre'-Uern.  E. Ftivi.c Smith. Fred B. Uoi.mks.  N. C. Roi'.-Siic  00o����aa��tt��s^*$0ft4C^0a*��^��a*aa^  tii'  ���li!  Vj  Blank Books  Business Sold  The business which has been carried  on for some time under the name of the  Greenwood Liquor company, has be-n  purchased by James McCreath of the  Lion Bottling Works. A. R. Shewau  of Montreal, who was interested in the  Liquor company, was here this week  in connection with the transfer. Mr.  McCreath will continue the business at  ttiv! n preiii^sci"'oil Government1 street.  He will also run the bottling works on  Gold street. K. G-reiger, who was manager of the Greenwood Liquor company  for several years, is arranging with  the Pabst Brewing company to take  charge of their agency at San Francisco. This is one of the best positions  in the service of the. big brewing company. Mr. Greiger was Pabst's agent  here. In, his numerous dealings with  the hotel men and other business men  of the Boundary district Mr. Greiger  was always fair and courteous and his  many, fris'nds, .while ;regrettiHg���liis_de-=  parture, are congratulating him upon  his probable appointment lo such an  important and lucrative position. He  does not expect to leave here before the  middle of February, as he has considerable business to wind up.  Burrill the Choice  Kamloops, January 21.���The Conservative convention was held here today and resulted in the nomination of  M. Burrill of Graud Forks as the Conservative candidate. Three nominations were received, viz: M. Burrill of  Grand Forks; J. T. Robinson of Kamloops, and W. Shatford of Vernon  The first ballot resulted in Shatford receiving 144 rotes; Burrill 110, and  Robinson 54. Robinson was dropped  and a second ballott gave Burriil 167  and Shatford US. Buirill's nomination was made unanimous ou motion  of Shatford, seconded by Robinson.  Try the O. K. barber shop for electric, medicated, vapor or sulphur  baths.  MUSIC  A very exciting game of hockey took  .-'lace at  the   Greenwood   .skating   rink  -'���'���.'iii'mIiiv niirht   between   a   team   cum-  ; or,ed of Phoenix Eagles and one from j A  - ic local aerie.    It was all off   with the ' "  Miss M. Green will be pleased to receive pupils, either piauo or organ, at  the residence of Mrs. Pope, Long Lake  street, next door to  Methodist church.  ome team from the start, i'or Phoenix  c.imc down armed with a piper. From  ; lie time the game started until finished  ��� ie   Eagles   Hew   at   the   puck as if it  ere a chicken, and some great acrobatic work was  done  on   the   ice.    At j  :e rail of time Phoenix was ahead,  ; .ie icore being 7 to 5.  1'  y  I  !  *  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATEsljHARPENED.  PAINTING AND-  SIGN WORK.  Copper St.    Greenwood.  S. BARRY YUILL  Ledgers  Journals  Cash Books  Minute Books. Etc.  % Officii and Pocket Diaries for 1904 $  A complete line of office requisites always in stock.  COLES & FRITH  Successor lo .1. I/. Coles.  Books. Stationery. Office Supplies, Etc.  Just for a Change  Some Lake Winnipeg  ��  0  ��  ft  Kf  ��������'  ��.  *  *  '   ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ft  ft  ��  ��  ��  ��  , *  ��  ���--��  *  a  a  wo����#<��#f!����i**0��o*tti��tt��*ft**����0#ft����*#��������*tta<i����^��Ki*tt����i��oi>* ��  At all Our Markets  THE OLD  RELIABLE  MEAT CO.     Phone 2  P. Burns & Go.  'd-S����:-��-9aSi3:-g'.-ii.:S:-93i9:-��S��!*3:-SiSiS6!a  BUY   NOW  TOMORROW  MAY BE TOO LATE  ��fjirae>*,,if��s'j��,jc,*,srj��,��*,��*>*?*,jpjp  is  fc  "A  Having secured an option on  Inter- ^.  national Coal and Coke Company's *  shaves I will  sell  same at  market %  quotations.     Tnis  is a.irood    buy. ���%  Money  invested today mig-ltt place ��  you on tlie suuuyside of  Ea**y street fc  tomorrow.    Crow's Nest share aro V  ���{uoteil a.t$103.    Four years aifu they "  sold at 9 cents. fc  F. W. McLAINE fe  Real Estate and Insurance      %  Cuppur Street,       -      -      tlKBisswoon   -  JP J? ��? *f ��P S? je*/*? ** **? ** ��P I** *** *? ��? tf��  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  PKACIUCAL       WATCHMAKER     .AND  jEWRTXER.  All'work'{guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  ;       DR. MATHISON  DENTIST,  Naden-Flood Block, Grcenwooil. I!. C.  THE  NEW  LEAF  MINERAL ACT 1896.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.   ,'���'"���  " (lliOBB*' mineral claim situate in the Greenwood   Mininir   Division  of  Yale  District.  Wliere located: on Horseshoe Mountain, on  Main Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that I,  Isaac H. HaUetl. as  Agent    for   James   Anderson.    Free   Miners'  Certiiicate No. B75j511, intend, sixty  days  from  Ihe date hereot, to apply tc tlie filiilinjur Recorder  lor a Certificate of .Improvements, for the  pur-  p.isnof obtaining a Crown iJraitt ot-the. above  claim  And further take   notice   that   action, under  section 37, must be commenced before   the issuance of such Certificate of Impiovemeuts.  ���   'lated this nth dav of December, A. D., 19n3.  mcli25 I. H. HALLETT.  The first of every year we  make a resolution. It is a  resolve to make our Drug  Store in all of its departments better than ever before. It is our intention to".  make the year 1904 mark  another onward step in our  business career. We shall  continue our high "standard  of quality in every line. We  shall aim to make our service the best possible in caring' for your Drug Store needs  I  JT  W  IT  tiri--ii"  Drusrgist  -     -.     Greenwood 6  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  ^mmt?m?mmmm???mmff!mtmmmwwmmmmmTO!  !a;,'l;,w:..t-*,-.,Vi*t/8'^-,  I  BLANK BOOKS  Journals, Ledgers, Indexes,  Cash Books, Counter Books,  Memos, Etc, in great variety  > DIARIES FOR 1904 j|  OFFICE AND POCKET I =2  Office Supplies  Shannon Files, Transfer Cases, Letv  ter Files* Journal Caps, etc,  Everything to equip the office in  first-class shape  You will save money by dealing  with us,  | Smith & McRae's,  STj r.ooks. Wall Paper. Photo Supplies.   'Phone 34.  ��Lj Copper Street, - GREENWOOD.  B. C.  I must make room  for my large Spring  shipmentr and have  slashed the prices  of all suits  TWEED SUITS  Selling now at  Now is the time to  look iir my fStorcr"  N, THE TAILOR  OPPOSITE    POSTOEElCK.  -^^^: THE:  Copper Street.  c^��  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.,te  MEALS  AT ALL  HOURS  PRIVATE   ROOMS   FOR  LADIES.  Charles R. pittock,  TRY  OUR   COFEEE  ��� '.  r.  V  T  y  i  I FURNITURE,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  GRKENWOOH.  y    COPPERS STREET,  4 -,.*.*  ����e��**0��#������ii��tftt��<��v#e��###��#��������0��>*##*o��<s<i������f###����*<i0*��#<i  Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111.  .  FINANCIAL | MINING AGENTS  ��  ��  ��  *  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ��  ?aaaiuaaaaaauuauaaau:uiiuujuiuauuiiaaiaiiiaa^  ��  ��  ��  ��ftft����!#ft#ft#o#9eo*��ftaft#ftSfft������ft��ftftft��������ft��ftftft��#��Kfftftftft��ft*��  MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT    PUR-  |  CHASED   OR HEVEIvOPED.  Greenwood Liquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary  Agents for (  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DRINK IRON BREW, a Life Preserver  JAS. McCREATH, PROP  GREENWOOD.   B. C. (A  i^��ut,ttt* uw6Tl  Vol. 8.  GREENWOOD, B. C. FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904.  No.  22  -COMPANY, LTD  WHITE    MMSLIN  ^NBERW^iVR  NO NEED TO WAIT  Till Spring, Make your purchases now and save  from 25 to 50 per cent, Everything in this line  on sale at bargain prices.  SKIRTS���Tucked   and  trimmed  regular  $2.00, for     SA<7A?TS���Tuclced " aud    trimmed  regular S2.00, for.  SKIRTS���With    flounces    of    tucked  $1.50, for..  with  9  inch  embroidery,  $1.50  with    Torchon   Lace,  $1.50  Nainsook,    regular  SI.OO  ' WHITE LAWN SKIRTS���Trimmed with Valenciennes  lace and insertion, regular $2.75, for $2.25  NIGHT   GOWNS���Yoke finished with tucking, embroidery   and    insertion.     Fine   material.      Regular  $1.50, for  .- $7.00  All gowns made of good muslin and  trimmed with best quality  of edging and embroidery.  A few snaps in Corset Covers and Drawers, which  will benefit the early comers.  THE  BIG   STORE  UNITED B  MARRIAGE  Fashionable   Wedding  Presbyterian Church  m  Hi NOON WHY  Mr.  Rendell and Miss Manahan  Happy Couple-  the  Russell-Law-Caulfield  COMPANY,   LIMITED  I  . . .    GREAT ....  Stock Taking Sale  To lower our stock for stock taking we are still  selling goods Regardlkss of Cost. Our eu1 ire  stock of Clothing, Shoes, Ha^s, Underwear, etc.,  must be sold to make room for Ne���w Goods,  which are commencing to arrive. We make  special mention of our New Union Made Macki-  naws. which can't be beat. ,  ���"' Ladies Shoes and Rubbers at you:: owii price  to close them out.  TELEPHONE   25  %*<&*44&>&>c&<w%**��&m<'* .^x-x^^^w^'X^^^i"^^*^"^2"^"^"1  <~x^~x~k~:^��x��<">^kk��cK"M��:">*  .x~x��x~��:-:~:"X-:~:-:-x-:��<��  *  '.'������'At'high; noon on Wednesday, the 27th  instant, the Presbyterian church,  Greenwood, was the scene of a fashionable marriage, the contracting  parties being- Mr. George Arthur Rendell and Miss Marian lv. Manahan.  and Rev. M.D. M. McKee, pastor of  the church, the officiating clergyman.  The church was beautifully decorated  by the friends cf the bride, and; there  was a large congregation present to  witness the pleasing ' event. The  bride was given Laway by Dr. J. E.  Spankie! Mr. H. J. Bayley of Eholt  supported the groom. The bride was  attended by tiny Miss Kathryn Grierr-  son, who carried the wedding ring on  a beautiful silver salver. The bride  looking charming in a beautiful gowh;  of Duchesse satin trimmed with embroidered chiffon, and a veil of tulle  caught up with orange blossoms.  After the marriage ceremony a.wedding breakfast was served at the residence of Dr. SpanKie, and the happy  couple left by the afternoon train for  Spokane where the honeymoon ii being,  spent.*' '������ |  The bride was tlie recipient of many,  beautiful and costly-prcsonts-frcjiji^the:  numerous friends of both bride and  groom. The Presbyterian congregation *��� presented Mrs. Rendell with a  bible in recognition of the fact that  hers was the first marriage to take  place in the Presbyterian church here.  Mr. Rendell is one of the best known  and most popular business man in the  district. The senior member of the  well-known firm of Rendell & Co., he  has been closely identified with the  commercial and mining life of the  district for the past eight years. In  more recent years he has resided at  Eholt, where he is head of the Eholt  Tracing cbmpCiiyjbur'affe'r~'their"Ti:-~  turn from their honeymoon the happy  couple will take the Smailes' residence  in Greenwood.  The bride has been a resident of  Greenwood for several years and the  best tribute to her popularity is the  large number of presents received,  and the heariy well wishes from her  numerous friends.  The "boys," with whom George  Arthur is exceedingly popular, took  advantage of the opportunity to show  their good will. The outgoing train  was gaily decorated and the rail was  ornamented with torpedoes which gave  a loud welcome when passed over by  .*.. the train. Showers of rice, shrill  T footings of whistles and a wonderful  * variety of old shoes securely spiked lo  the happy couple's luggage, were all  utilized in starting them on their  journey. The reception at the train  was repeated by the residents of Eholt,  who took advantage of the opportunity  to extend congratulation to their fellow townsman.  f  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  4  4  y  y  y  4  4  y-  y  ���y  y  y  %  %  y  y  y  %  Denoro company, which when taken  up will furnish any additional funds  iK'cded for permanent development  work on the ore exposed in several  other workings, and ou the surface of  the Oro Denoro. The bale of shares  leaves all profits carhed from the first  of this year available for dividend  purposes, and it is not improbable that  a dividend will be declared iu the near  future. ���   ,  The ore contracted for contains a  large"percencage of magnetic iron and  is sought by the, smelters, to lliix their  silicious ores. The treatment rate is  largely nominal, and it is well known  that the Oro Denoro product shows a  h igher product per ton than most low  grademit.es' The Oro Denoro from  the time it began to ship last summer  has not only paid.its own way but has  shown profits that have been used towards paying off the mine's old debt  and installing a fine compressor plant.  The ore output from the two quarries  secured by the Granby company will  probably total nearly $1,000,000 in  value. The Granby company will also  bid for the ore in the other portions of  the mine which are expected to be  opened up this, year, as:soon, as a  needed railway spur track is put iu to  enable shipments to be made. The  tonnage, output will then be doubled.  The two quarries are now capable of an  output of from 1200 to 1500 tons per  week.  The full output has been so far retarded for lack of railway cars, but the  C. P. R. will doubtless remedy this  immediately. Good luck has followed  the operations of the Oro Denoro company since it took hold of and started  work on the prospect less than a year  ago. Although it did not. utilize former  work on the property, but broke entirely new ground as if it were a pure  prospect, yet within a month after  starting work had there been a railway  loading spur the mine would have paid  its own way���being one of the very  few low grade mines that pay from"the  grassroots. This latest deal will emphasize the fact that the,Oro. Denoro  has merit and a.large amount of probable pre orpay-graacsSi-V���--���^i*Dv:^i  The Or i Denoro is economically  managed, the office expenses are nominal, while its ore is developed, quarried  and ���;placed, on the cars at. a cost of  about seyeuty-fiye cents per ton, which  is probably as good a record as the  bigger mines ot the Boundary can  show.���Rossland Miner.       .  although there is also' a provision of  $20,000 for the main trunk road in  Cariboo.  Yale ....: 36,000  Kamloops..     .....i :.. 9,000  Okanagan......         '.. 7,000  Similkameen  7,000  Greenwood   2,500  Grand Forks:......... U  5,000  Revelstoke......   '.:  8,000  Sloean ...........;.....: :.... 5,000  Ymir ......:.:...:.... ::....:::.... .:....'.....'.. 8,000  Kaslo ...  ...;.....:...l.      8,000  Columbia  6,000  Cranbrook ...............,......:  5,000  Fernie.. .....::.....:���....:.:.:....,. ... 5,000  In addition to the above there is provision for a bridge over the Elk river  at Morrissey, $7000, and one over the  Lardeau ai Poplar creek, 52500, and  one over the Salmon at1'at Ymir, $2000.  Thete is no provisioh'in the estimates  for Kelson and Rossland. they now  being city, constituencies.        '   ;  3/U|^pjKS. *  wr BURN  Grand Forks Scots Hono:  the Scottish  Bard  SIDLEY LIBERALS  A Smash-Up  Monday   morning Royer's overland  express met   with  a  mishap.    Before  leaving" Greenwood driver Royer called  at the Windsor, went inside  to get  a  paTcel^" leaving "liie    hOTses"~urrtied7  The   team   became   scared    by     loud  cracks of frost or New  Year's  resolutions being broken, aud started  down  Copper   street   at   a 4:11:4+   gait.    In  front   of   the   Greenwood   house    the  sleigh got mixed up with  a ' telephone  pole and was badly broken; the horses  getting loose from the wreck started in  the direction of  the parliament  buildings, Victoria.   But the stage left on  time, tor a little thing like a smash-up  does not bother J. F. Royer, who had a  team and sleigh on the road  to Grand  Forks a few minutes after the accident  occurred.  Organize   Association,  and    Elect  Officers  ,v The valleys and ��� bench lands in  Similkameen riding, are being .rapidly  settled up by industrious and prosper:  ous farmer's. Six years ago, Anarchist  mountain' which divides Kettle river  from Okanagan had only two or three  settlcis. Today every-acre of tillable  land is being cultivated. Some of the  settlers have come inj during recent  years. They 'have made rapid progress  and the settlement'tbday is one' of the  most prosperous in the;.province. < Nor  is the settlement confined to Anarchist  mountain, alone. .;Onl^both sides of  Rock Creek on bench lands and in the  valleys may be found comfortable  looking ranches/ ': Like;'the majority of  farmers in the Dominion, the settles  in this locality, are; Liberals. They  met at the Sidley school house ou Saturday evening last and completed the  organization of a Liberal Association.  Therewere:over30 vbteis present and  a strong Liberal association was organized. /Permanent officers were elected  as follows: President Uohn A. Dallan-  ^r^ViceiPresidj^nt^F^ank Ed wards;,  ~Secretary-T'rea.surer^Win. Letts, -'as--  sistant Secretary M. jGillis; and a!n  executive committee comprised of the  above and Messrs. Stiles, Hollanger  and H. Edwards.  Duncan Ross the Liberal candidate  was present and addressed the meeting-.  Afterwards local requirements we're  discussed with the candidate who was  accorded a unanimous vote of thanks  for, his attendance, Sidley always  gives a substantial vote for the Liberal  party and judging, froin the enthus  iasim shown at Saturday night's meeting the majority at; the next election  -will-be- considerab!y^increased._^^ii^  I liff I tEffl^  One Hundred Sat Down to Dinner ai  the Yale Hotel  DEATH OF MR. BERNARD  THE ESTIMATES  The  BOUGHT THE OUTPUT  f  y  y  y  j  y  X  y  y  v  y  j  y  I  Ladies' CoStUnrCS, >�� tine Tweed and Sergre, was SIS to 525       sale  price  -$6.50  50  Pairs  Men's Shoes, ^as S3 and S6 per  pair,  sale jprice per pair ,   $2-50  Come with th�� crowd and bring your purse wilh you as  the terms are cash. ��  Sale Closes Saturday, February 13th  CO  REND1  * I  Granby Smelter Buys Oro Denoro Ore  for Two Years Hence  On Saturday H. N. Galer, assistant  general manager of the Granby Mining and Smelling company closed a  deal for two years output of the two  ore quarries at the Oro Denoro mine,  owned by the Oro Denoro Mines, Limited. Smith Curtis, who went toGr.tud  Forks on Saturday, represented the  latter company. The negotiations had  been proceeding for a month or so.  The Granby company have also bargained for a block of the treasttry  shares of the Denoro company, the  proceeds of which will be sufficient tn  pay off the balance of Ilu- del>t tn tlie  Bank of Montreal, which the "Denoro  company assumed when it bouyht out  the assets of the t<injr Miningcompaiv  a year ag'.. The G:;inby romuauy ha-  . .ils ��� t^ikm an <>|iiif>t; o-i   .in   additions  bluck   of   the  >h..r. s -..f   ih-;  Government Is Not so Liberal  as It Used to Be  The McBride government have  brought down the estimates, and they  show a decrease in expenditure of  about 550,000 from the estimates of  1903, being S2,442,354.31. There is,  however, a very sharp advance under  the head of public debt from last year,  for which public works and other departments of governmental activity  have to s'iffer.  This year under this head the estimate is 3668,979.31 as against S517,-  329.31 last year. Civil government  salaries are reduced about 320,000, administration of justice about 511,000,  while legislation goes up S4000, partly  on account of the increased membership of the legislature.  '"��� Maintenance of public institutions  advinit.��*�� about 518,000 and charities  and hospitals about S5000. About S600C  is saved under the administration of  justice, other than salaries. Education  jioes '.ip S30<Hl, transportation 51000 and  miscellaneous 5701 mi.  Public works decreased frjui 5668,250  last year to 363.250 this year. Under  this 'a't-r h. ad th��?r, u  ficrur'- f'>r 'tu-itihers v.  hop:iir f r ' her i ap;  whi ������> i>!a a'-*/ i': -:'���  Ca. :.,i.ti ..tn.. L.ii'.'ue;  Well Known Resident of City Passes  Away c  Isaac M. Bernarc1 one of the best  known and most highly respected mining men of the district died at his residence, Government street on Tuesday  last. The deceased had been seriously  ill with stomach trouble for several  weeks before death came.  Mr. Bernard was a native of Prince  Edward Island and 43 years of age.  He resided in Montana for a number  of years and later came to the Sloean  where he had contracts at the Payne  and other mines. Four years ago he  came to Greenwood and wa? associated  with Mr. Fowler in the development  of the Providence and Defiance.  Shortly after the Defiance closed down  last fall. Mr. Bernard was not feeling  well but thought nothing of his illness  until he was forced to take to his bed.  Complications set in and medical skill  could do nothing to abate the malady.  Mr. Bernard was a prominent  member of the  Masonic order.   He was a  past master of Alta Lodge Sandon and i  an official of the Grand Lodge of Brit- ! ment'  ish Columbia.   The funeral will  take  place from the Masonic tempi; on Saturday afternoon at 2.30 under the auspices of  the order.    The   Greenwood  Miners' union of which  the  deceased  was also a  member,  will attend, in  body.  Isaac  M.    Bernard  was   highly   re-  The spacious banqueting hall of the  Yale hotel, Grand Forks, has been the  scene of several brilliant gathering,.  in the past, but probably its capacity  was never taxed to a greater extent;  nor did it ever contain a jollier lot of  men than on Monday evening last  when the, recently organized St. An-  drew'sjaociety of Grand Forks were th,;  hosts at a banquet to commemorate the  -! ,,niversary of Robert Burns.  ���":' The hundred guests present uot only  enjoyed plenty of good: things to eat,  but heard some eloquent speeches, were  regaled by some capital stories and  were stirred by Scottish songs splen  didly'sung. ' Nor should the bagpipe;'  be forgotten. What Scottish banque  would be.complete without the pipe-'  and who . can get better or sweeter  music out, of them than Piper Car  ruthers of Phoenix ���?���  Lack of space prevents an adequate  report sf the banquet. The committee,  in charge are certainly eutitled toever^  credit for their successful managemenv  and the Yale hotel for its splendic  catering.        '  D. Whiteside, barrister of Grant  ���Forks _was , toast ..niaster,; and to hi;  clever''i'generarslhip:':is, largely���<liie tljr' '  fact that interest was not allowed U  lag until Auld Lang Syne was sung al  three in the morning.  Grand Forks is blessed with  severa  clever after dinner speakers.   John D  Spence's oration on Robert Burns war-  an eloquent tribute to  Scotland's natural ., bard, Martin  Burrell delivered t -  witty  address in response to the toas'  "Our Fair Dominion" and  Dr.  E.   R.  Northrop   mounted the Eagle's back  and soared to magnificent flights of or  ating in responding to *'Our South en  Neighbors."   A.    A.   Munro    of   th-  Mo n treal- & HP os ton ^ Copper-^Go m pa ti -y=^  made a neat little speech on the subjec  of mining and smelting,  while R.   A  Brown of volcanic fame aroused  grca'.  enthusiasm by his glowing descriplioi  of the illimitable mineral resources   o.  southern     British     Columbia.    "Thi  Land of Burns" was left to the   leude;  mercies of Clan Ross.    Rev. Mr.  Ros:  a recent arrival  in  Grand  Forks,  extolled the virtues of the men  producec  by auld   Scotia  and Duncan   Ross o.  Greenwood, briefly replied to the .sain  toast.    "The   City of Grand   Forks'  was  replied  to in  a   clever   way   bv  Mayor Jeff Hammer; while in Dr.   McDonald and  Mr. Ewing tl.c  "Ladies"  had stalwart champions.   The "Press''  found champions in W.  A.  Harkin  o  the Gazette and Josh Anderson of  th  Sun.  |     And it was  a night  of song,    Oil>  j has to go away from home to hear  thi  I news and one has also to go  lo t'.Sr.-iih:  i Fork* to discover Greenwood's musical  talent.   H. T. Pemberton of the Sunsc:.  j smelter can sing.    Blessed with a   ric \  land well   trained  voice,  he dslightc'  I Sassenachs and enthused Scots by  hi:  j singing of Scottish songs.    Mr. Watig -  | of Grand Forks, Mr. Ewing and other s  i contributed *o the evening's entertaii.-  They have not only Scotchmen  at Grand Forks but Heilandmeu us wtv-1  and to fully demonstrate this fact, Norma n   MiLellan  and  J.  C.   McDonald  sang several gaelic songs.  Taking it all in  all  it  was  a  a j banquet, a credit to the  city,   a  i to the  Scottish  society   and a  tribute to the memory  of one  greiT t  .:r..<l:  tit Li il j  of  tli-  world's greatest poets  >���> tnme stiirtlititr  ';��� iv<-r-' fr.ndty  :'! iiri itifvi* with  spected by all who knew  him.   Thoroughly honest  and  conscientious and j    of more than average  intelligence hisj    The iuambers 0l-  demise at a comparatively early age will j Lod��C    wcfe   hogts  be deeply regretted.    Much  sympathy, j smoker held  in  is expressed   for the  bereaved   widow  and  two little  daughters who are left  to mourn a loving husbnnd and a kind  f ther.  K��-  Las' Saturday    It  ni'��>n rhf   Green-  ��� rs. wool   ���kids' linked   he Anaconda 'kids'  t 510,000,, at liucivtj wall i. sc��^re of 6 to 3.  Boundary    Vullcf  at    a   M!c<;i's.sfi  the    lodge   ro-.tni   ���> ���  Thursday  evening.    A   large  hu'iiIh'-  were present and  all thoroughly  et ,  joyed    themselves.    Short     addre=��t  were delivced by Rev. W. A.   K-  W. G. G  unce and others, and  :i  grdcnme  of   song   and   instrti-.:.-  music carried out.    Refreshment:  served b> members of the lodge.  n1 xriijj    BOUNDARY   CREEK   TIMES  .. mL-WEBe?"  �� "We   live to eat, and eai to Live" is aua old axiom 3  <~x but in order to.live you must get the best to eat,  g TRY   OUR  I    MlMS! 1IIMI 1 I  g       OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME IN SEASON      3  THE NEW  1 The New IMPDNDEN1 MEAT MARKET 1  'Phone  No. 20.  The Union Meat Company 3 j  Sb.e  Boundary Greek Times  Issued every fridav  Duncan Ross :....:.... Managing Editor  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  l'EK   YEAK. ,   Six Months   To FoKHir.N ConNtniEs...  . 2 00  ... 1 25  .. 2 SO  FRIDAY,   JANUARY  29,   W04  MAKING WRONG RIGHT  Not satisfied with an unholy  combination with socialist memi  bers, ni it satisfied -with pawning  the province, uot satisfied with a  system oi" assessment that will  cripple industry and retard development. Hon. Richard McBride,-  is crowning- the notorious acts of  the session by a measure legalizing-wrong. If Mr. McBride were  possessed of backbone, if he had  anv consideration for the repiita-  ���....'���'��� i  tiou or welfare ol   the  province,  he would have had  no  dealings  with those whose views  are opposed to the best interests of  the  proviuce and he would  not  have  been  stampeded, by ���, a   powerful  financial corporation.    The wholes  session is an eloquent  tribute  to  his political cowardice  and  lack  of statesmanship.    It is riot  Surprising therefore that., he  should  show a wholesome fear, of an  in-  ditrnan t  el ectorate   and  that he  should endeavor to  protect himself   and   one of  his  supporters  from their just.wrath.    In the re-  ceut   campaign   Mr. ..Macdonald  was elected for Lillooet without  opposition.    After his election he  ^rfew'gtWcfriiiiiMtpi^^'ro^^p-  erintendent  and   under  the , law  was      consequently       unseated.  Some years ago, several members  of the legislature including cabinet ministers similarly disqualified    themselves.    They   immediately   resigned,    went    back    to  tlieir constituencies-and were reelected.    Il   would be reasonable  to suppose   that   under  ordinary  ci renins lances,      Mr.      McBride  would have nothing to fear  in   a  constituency tlj.it returned a supporter by acclamation but  a   few  short   months has  demonstrated  his utti-r incapacity  and   lack  of  courage,     lie apparently realizes  this and  rather   than   allow  Mr.  Macdonald to go back to his constituency he is determined to force  a     measure    though   the   house  which will obviate the  necessity  ���)f Mr.  McDonald   observing the  .aw.  It is a splendid scheme, a brill-  .ant idea. There should be no  '.imit to the application of the  principle involved. While he is  about it, Mr. McBride should en-  argc the scope of his Enabling  Act by seating all his supporters  for life. If a few of the opposition members could be removed  and government supporters elected by the same pro/ess, the premier's lot would indeed i>e a tnippy  one.  him a pleasant gentleman, with  a charming manner and fluency  of speech. Mr. Burrell's- most  serious drawback is that he is on  the wrong side. The electors of  Yale-Cariboo are going to express  their confidence iu the Laurier  government. They are not yet  tired of growing times and a progressive administration, and they  are going 'to giVe the Liberals an  opportunity to carry out their  program of developing the west.  Mr. Burrell will doubtless make  the Tory story as interesting as  possible; but the electors of Yale-  Cariboo are a common sense body  of men who are not going to be  turned by -specious arguments;  facts are stubborn things.  So far as the Liberal party and  the Liberal candidate in Yale-  Cariboo are concerned the. selection of Mr. Burrill as the Conservative standard bearer is perfectly satisfactory-to them. He  will make :a clean, gentleniauly  light, notwithstanding the fact  that it wilji'.be a losing fight for  himself-and his party.  This province has fared well at  the hands of the Laurier. government, and the desire of the government-to promote the development; of the province is shown by  the fact that the per capita grant  for British:Columbia was greater  "ast session than for any other  'province.    ���:  The distinguished editor of the  Vernon News graciously gave  each party the advantage of his  intimate knowledge of affairs in  Yale-Cariboo and selected strong  candidates for Liberals and Conservatives. '���.. It is really too bad  ���.that neither; convention followed  the advice of   this modern  Warwick.  It will be 116 years ago tomorrow since Bonnie Prince Charlie  died; and the world has been  going- on just the same.  "Canada," says the Boston  Transcript, "will be the great  trunk line builder of the coming-  decade."  jPattisings for $1.5, a minute.  There's a- few dollars more in  singing than in running a newspaper.  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Hlock, Greenwood, B. C.  y  2  ?  Finest Rooms in City  HEATED   BY   STEAM  This house is run upon cosmopolitan  principles, and the prospector with his  p;ick is just as welcome as the millionaire with his roll. The bar is stocked  with the best the distilleries  produce.  Fred M. Munn,   Proprietor  WHEN IN NELSON  STOP  AT TUB  HOTFL  i  The new manager B. Tomkins  has made it the leading- hotel of  the Kootenays. j  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  Gem. Bi(f Bend ami Moreua Fractional mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Min-  imr Division of Yale District. Wliere located:    In Skylark Camp.  TAKE NOTICE, tliat 1, l��r.ac H. Hallett',  Free Miner's Certilicaie No. BS0140, for myself,  and asagrcnl for Georpc K. Naden, Free Miner's Certiiicate No. 1341655, and Edmund H.  Mortimer, Free Miner's Certificate No. B80224,  intend, sixty days from the date  hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder  for Certilicatesof Iniprovements for tlte purr  pose of obtaining Crown Grants to the above  claims.  , And further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before tha is'  suancaof such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated this 10th day of December, l')03.  i. h. hallet:  MINERAL, ACT  1896.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE;'  '���Caledonia'? and "Gold Dollar Fractional*',  mineral claims, situate in the Greenwood Mining- Division of Yale District. Where located :  On Horse-shoe Mountain, Main   Kettle River.  TAKK NOTICE thnt we Ales. Waddell, E.  Sullivan and M. McMynn, Free Miner's Cer-,  tificiite Nos. B80,266; BS0.2G5, aud B30.182 ret  spectively, intend, .sixty days from *.he date  hereof to apply to the Milling Recorder  for Certilicates of Improvements for the purpose of obtaiuinp; Crown Grants of the above  claims.  Ard further take notice that actions, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.  Dated this 7th day of September, A.D., 1903.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE. !  "Alice" and "Phoebe" Mineral Claims situate  iu the Kettle River Miuiug Division of Yale  District. Where I/ecated: Near to Baker  Creek.  Takf, Notice that wc, David McBr!de,Jameis  I... McMynn and M. McMynn. Free Miner's  farli ficate Nos. B41,S25; B41,%4 and BS4902 respectively, intend, sixt3' days lrom the date  here f, to applyte the Mining- Recorder for  Certi lie; Ies.���{Improvements, for tlte purpose of'  oblaii   ii{f Crown Giant of tlie above claim.  And further take notice that action,   under-  sectiou  37.  must be commenced  beforethe is  suance of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this lltli day of July, 1902.  David McBride,  James G. McMynn  M. McMynn.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATEOFJMPROVEMENTS..  NOTICE.  MAV DAY, DEER TPAIt, AND DIAMOND  JOE Fractional Mineral  Clain s, situate iu  the   Greenwood   Mininir Division   of  Yale  District.    Wliere located:    Between   Greenwood and Summit camps.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Isaac H. Hallett, as  airent   for  Jane  Russell,   Free   Miner's  Certilicaie   No, B55293, Wellington Elson, Free  Miner's    Certiiicate    No.    B5S328,   aui    Evin  Parry,       Free       Miner's       Certificate      No.  L580121,        intend sixty        days from  ihe date hereof, to apply to the Miuiug  Recorder fer Certificates of "Improvements, for  the purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of the  above   laims.  Aiid furtlier take notice that actious, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvements.   ���  Dated this 30llt day of November, A.D. 1903.  *Mar4 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL   ACT,  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  ������RICHELIEU" Mineral Claim, nitua,-*   ., tlte  Greenwood  Mininir  Divitio.i of Yale District.   Where located :   On Nelse Creek ou  West Fork of Kettle River.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isaac II. Hallett  as aucnt for Wellington H. Craijj,  Free Miner'H Certificate No. B80223. and  William Welliueton f'rai(r,FrecMliicr'sCcrtiti-  cate No. B80222, intend, sixty days from the  date hereof, to apply to the Mining Rccordc  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtainiuir crowngrant of the above  claim.  And   further lake  notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certilicatesof improvements.  Dated the30tli day of October, A.D. 1903.  Jan. 30 I. H. HALLETT.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvements-  gigarsand  Cigarettes  A choice line of the  above good just  received.  Eowtiey's,  iUilson Bros.,  and  *���*  situate  [HE TONY CANI.MDATK     !  , . _. . i  a Martin Burrell.   the Conser-!  vatives have as  strong  a  candi-j  ��� ���.> they could find. Although  ell  known   throughout   the  ��������� ':������   f. Conservatives who arc r.tin:  ��� c for  their party   will   lind ,  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES~SHARPENED.  PAINTING AND.  SIGN WORK.  NOTICE.  CITY    OF    PARIS   Mineral    Claim.   .-.^..��.lC  in      the       (ireeuwood      Mining'     Division  of Yale District.    Where located:    On Wallace Mountain.  TAKE   NOTICE   that 1, Isaac H.   Hallett,  Free  Miner's   Certificate No. B 80140, intend,  sixty days from the dale hereof, lo apply lo ibe  Mining Recorder fur  a Certifier!,; of Improvements "for the purpose of obtaining' a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And  further take notice that ncti"n,  under  section  37,   must  be commenced before  the is.  suance of such Ccrtilione of Improvements.  Dated this l-i dav  <if  September. A. D.. '.'<��!.  I. H. HALLETT.  J a i:. 1 ���")  NOTICE  Coppci SI.  WOliii.  ������**������ V V V VV vvv ������* V%*VV'��*%" VVV* V V *** vv-  Not1ci; is ukkkbv <;ivkn tiiat  >i\lv ilav^ ;iftrr ��l:iU" w.: inli'M*! i��> apply  im Ui Cliirl CmitiiiNsmiicr ot f^mil-; ;upI \Wrks  I<>i p��*i iiiK-Jcii in i'iiitii;t t* I li��' I'tllnwiiit: *\v-  s^���ri^'^'.l Hind1*: *,"'��in mciictiiir -'' ' Ht ipirt Iiwosl  ffjiit*'!' i��r ii.it N"- J<'3o: the net* �� fst .lintiir north  boiind-try ot" l����t No. X-I'i: tliencu to tbe east line  of lot No. Z��37: thence north alontr east linpof  lot 2~^7. .n tl-.o souihwtv-t rorn-'f of !..; 2'j'r.  thfti.:.' c i-^' :   :>i is y-'U- ���  i v��- "f   ���'..������   X>i    .';.v.'.o  D���i^- u  Stewart's  ��boeolafe$  Just arrived;  A Large assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  HB. munroe  &QWCV Street.  COMMERCIAL HOTEL  REtOPENING of  DINING   ROOM ...  The Dining- Room has lately been refitted and rei'urniBhed  and  and will be run in first-class style.  EVERYTHING   IN   SEASON  Meals 35 cents. Special rates to steady boarders  ..Bank of  CANADIAN  a=*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  G=*<  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  cr*  G^i  Capital, all paid up, $13,973,560.        Hest.......... $10,800,000::  ��� President.   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal, '        'ff  Vice-President:   Hon. Georgk A. Druhmomd, '' ������?  General' Manager :   E. S  Clouston. .':*"���*..:?  Branches in London, Eng. j 3$Jh^''iSSlaL I New York, Chicago.  T��..-.      ���    -      ������    ��- ������ ���* -     -  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable Transfers ; Grant Commercial an  Cr**\   Travellers'Credits, available in any part;6f the world.  ^ Greenwood Branch,       L. B. deVEBER, Manager. _  mm.  >��5  ...RAILWAY...  World's Scenic Route  Direct line.        Lowest rates  East. ���  est.   v  Winnipeg-  .'.   Vancouver  Toronto.  Victoria  Ottawa.  Seattle   ', '.  Montreal  Portland  New York  San Francisco  via Soo Pacific Line.St. Paul  Chicago and all U. S. points.  S. S. Service From  Vancouver  to.  ALASKA, JAPAN,  CHINA, HAWAII,  AUSVRALIA  -Thrp^ff^, bookitjffs to Ktigrlaud aud   the  Con  tiiient via all S. S. line  For complete information and further particulars apply to local ag-ents or  E. R. REDPATH, Agent, ',  Greenwood.  E. J. C.O.YLE, J. S. CATER,  A.G P.A., Vancouver D.P.A. Nelson  THE CANADIAN RAM OF (^JMERCE  With Which is Incorporated  TIE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA,t:  .���.���'"���-..-���'.-'������'���''.). ������'������".���;������ '"  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital, $8,700,000.       -      Rest, $3,000^00?  HON. GEO. A. COX. President.   B. E. WALKER;General Manasrera  : /       W. ALLISONi  MANAGER GREENWOOD BRANCH.  mimm  FOR SALE  Well Known  StocleRancli  .640 ACRES  50 AC^ES in Timothy and Grasses  100 Feet Hay and Cattle Slieds  35 Acres Hog Pasture, hog proof  fence, creek running through  YOUNG ORCHARD, just coming  into bearing-.  {S alii floored.  "  {LIMITED money in HOGS.  CHICKEN and ROOT HOUSES.  BERRIES grow to perfection,  bringing $2 to $3 a crate.  :   UNLIMITED RANGE for  horses  and cattle.  If you want rosy cheeks and a fat  purse raise stock, the healthiest vocation and the Boundary is positively  the best market in the world. This is  practically the BEST STOCK RANCH  in Southern British Columbia for the  money.  Inquire at TIMES office or  STOOKE BROS., 4 miles  North of Midway,  GEO. R. NADEN,  Manager.  REPRESENTING  The Phoenix; Fire Assurance ���  Co. of London, England.  Liverpool   and   London; and  Globe Insurance Company.  STOCKS,  The British America; Assurs.  ance Co., of Toronto.  The   Canadian   Birkbeck  Investment and Savings Co. :i  REE ESTATE  GRAND FORKS,--PR0ENIX--GREENW00I)  BAILY STAGE fclfiE.  Leaves Grcenwood[6'a. ni.    Arrives at Phoenix 7 a.m., Grand Forks 10.30 a.m.  Lcaves��Grand Forks 3.45 p. ni., Phoenix 7 p.m.,   arrives in'Greenwood 8 p. m.  Fare -Grand Forks $3.00.     Greenwood to Phoenix $1;00     Phoenix to  Greenwood SO cents.  Great Northern express rates  made known at office.  J. F. ROYER, Manager.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN  V,   \    PORTMAN ,&PORTMAN  ASK FOR  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  "55  �� E CYCLOPS  MINING STEEL  H- E  03  SHOES AND DIES  Q     RUSSELL, LAW, CAULFIELD, Co., Ltd.  AGENTS, GREENWOOD.  KESJiiiiii Tflic aaii$&A$ *,; creek ��������� .tim*!,*  ���.-a*.  C@RP��RATr@N   ��JF  THE  CITY  @F  GREEMM00B  AWBITOR'S   STATEMENT  F��R  THE  YEAR   1903  General1 Revenue Accouni. January 1st to December 31st, 1903.  <  To firedepartmenfc expense   Police department.   Street ^inkling..   AGeiieralj.expense���  Donations and subscriptions..  Salary of bandmaster   Sundries     808 SO  300 00  230 50  �����  Office expense        Legal expense!.....  Interest discount.,   Indigent sick   Advertising, and atationery    Street repairs and maintenance..  Fire and light, city hall   Board of ".Health   Street lighting   School expense   Expenses re tax sale   Cemetery expense   Depreciation written off���  ' Isolation hospital   Street, improvement   *    '.   Property, account   Municipal  buildings.   ..Water, , works   Bonus -account   Cemetery    .-Cijtymap   Fire' department   City band   1,359 65  604 00  136 00  1,339 00  1,350 00  600 00  878 15  187 00  346 50  763 45  247 46  381 00  1,262 00  1,273 87  9 80  6 48  By gross amount of taxes collectable  for general; revenues,  as per  roll   Less allowance to persons paying  prior to October 31st   Profit on water works   Interest collected   on  arrears of/;  general taxes...   Trades licenses   Liquor licenses   Dog tax   Road tax   $10,589 95  820 60  9.769 35  2,269 40  210 47  1,226 00  5,590 00  137 00  174 00  79 00  2,990 30  300 00  865 87  1,480 70  710 00  188 35  41 70  469 49  18 79  Balance transferred   to city   of  Greenwood account   -$    7,144 20  1,487 66  $ 19,376 22  Receipts and Expenditure Account. 1sttl1ft9>; to December 31st. 1983  h  To cash on hand, general $     113 76  cash .on hand, special :        144 55  Cash on hand, sinking fund   10,108 62   ���-$  Water consumers   Special-tax ,'98,. '99, 1900   General tax* '98,' '99, 1900   Special tax'1901   General, tax 1901   Special tax-1902   General' tax"1902   General tax 1903   ~ ��  ��pec)al tax 1903   ''   Received from: Sisters'  hospital  for water connections   - . -Stuidry persons, foe water, con-  "u ect ions   .- - Intereston sinking-fund   .. Intereston special taxes   ,  i\ Intereston general taxes...:   ���"</;, Trades licenses   -* 4 lUqliqrt&icenies ;   Dog fax   Road tax   Cemetery account   B. C.Copper Co.,.for, sale of steel  _, rails, etc   Government per capita grant for  school   Cash received from government  ��� on account of school, building  t�� rJfejpkj^ l$8ntre*J,,hxpothecation  .  _ .'^account.   :-, ;:BflhkV6fv Montreal, loan,account..  10,366 93  2,514 35  217 11  387 91  537 1'8  896 25  1,268 40  1,520 80  4,166 70  4,572 00  200 00  116 85  238 28  140 72  210 47  1,226 00  5,590 00  137 00  174 00  48 SO  ���102 93  1,137 65  3,875 00  15,000 00  10,000 00.  $ 64,645" 03  By alleyways       Street improvements   Wat;r worsts capital   , Purchase of 5000 debentures at 90  , Bills payable Sisters' note   Debenture interest account   Maintenance of water works   Fire department   ' Police department   Cemetery expense   General expense >....  Office expense    Interest discount '.   Indigentsick   Street repairs and maintenance..  Fire and light, city hall   Board of.health   Street lighting   School expense   Paid.on account school building..  Advertising-andstationerry   . Legal expense   ��� Bank of Montreal, hypothecation  account   Bank of Montreal, loan account..  Cash on hand, general   Cash on- hand, debenture interest-account    Cash on hand, sinking fund   558 07  130 51  8,334 86  $ 19,376 22  10 00  2,478 93  3,138 65  4,500 00  1,000 00  5,674 70  367 00  1,972 65  604 00  54 88  1,339 00  1,350 00  878 15  187 00  472 45  247 46  381 00  1,262 00  2,411 62  4,445 60  346 50  600 00  9,400 00  12,500 00  9,023 44  Balance Sheet, December 31st. 1993-  .    . .   ' LIABILITIES  Debentures issued���  25,0$Tat 92 $23,000 00  30,000 at 101 '.30,300 00  15,000 at 101   15,150 00  3,600 at-par, given as bonus to  BrC. Copper Co     3,600 00  5,000 at % ���      4,800 00  -v*'  i    i78,600 ..$76,850 00  ' 5,000 Less 5,000 purchased at 90 '   4,500 00  , ,73,600  ��� Bank of'Montreal, hypothecation of  debenture account   -if^i^cJS Montreal, loan^aceot^nt.-. _  BiMs^ayable...'.."     Debeuture interest accrued;due to  ~."   ci)ecember.4lst, but notipaid..  Salaries for December   Special revenue account, debenture  interest       Special   revenue   account,   sinkiug  ������'. . , , fund....,  ;.-.   City of ;(^i$enjwopd' Recount, being  i'- til*; excess pit aqjsets over lia-  .v*. :bilit��s?V...'������'. ��� ...........  $ 72,350 00  15,000 00  .   _ 8.000__00_.  1,000.00  2.280 85  '410 00  4,637 37  17,466 19  36,272 86,.  ASSETS.  Cash on hand, special   Cash on hand,, general   Cash ou hand, sinking fund   Taxes in arrears���  '98, '99 and 1900   1901:.   1902   1903   ,S 64,645 03  130 51  558 07  8,334 86  2,612 98  5,024 79  9,900 05  10,743 00  Sundry persons for water rent..  Street improvements   Water works   Alleyways   Cemetery   _Is.. lation  hospital   Citv map   Fi re department   Property account   City band   Bonus accouni   Municipal buildings    School building   28,280 82  267 00  56,816 46  28,133 46  492 50  3,579 54  _ 711 75  375 25  4,225 30  72 25  171 00  5,680 00  7,792 90  11,7.95 60  L  5157,417 27 -^ 157,417 27  This balance aheet is trueatid-'corretft-'and shows the city's financialpositionon December 31st, 1903.  W.   E.   HODGES,  Chartered Accountant.  Auditor.  Special Revenue Account. January 1st to December 31st. 1903.  Tax Statement, [December 31st,, 1903.  spkcial TAxqs, '98,.'99, and, 1900  1903  Jan. 1.   To balance owing....$ 1,186 14  By cash paid during yeai $    217 11  Balance due         969 03  Jan. 1, 1903  To balance owing...  Jan. 1,1903  S 1,186,14  SPKCIAL tax, 1901  $ 1,186 14  ...$ 2,411 75  By cash paid during, year $    537 18  Balance due   j 1,874 57  $, 2,411 75  3PECIAI, TAX,   1902  $ 2,411 75  To balance owing $ 5,767 45  By cash, paid during year. ..$ 1,268 40  Balance due     4,499-05  Jan. 1, 1903  $ 5,767 45  SPECIAL TAX, 1903  S 2,767 45  To amount collectable as per  tax roll $ 9,712 35  By cash.paid.during year $ 4,572*00  Balance due     5,140:35  Jan. l, 1903  $ 9,712.35  GENERAL TAX, '98,  '99, AND 1900  $ 9,712; 35  To balance owing S 2.031; 86  By, cashpaid,during year $     387; 91  Balance due      1,643| 95  Jan. 1, 1903  $ 2,031, 86  GBNE^At,   TAX, 1901  $ 2,031t86  To balance owing $ 4,046 47  By cash paid during year $     896: 25  balance due      3,150, 22  Jan. 1, 1903  To balance owing  Jan. 1, 1903  $ 4,046 47  GBNSRAL   TAX, 1902  $ 4,046; 47   $ 6,921 80  By cash paid during year $ 1,520. 80  Balance due  - 5,40li 00  $ 6,921 80  GENERAL   TAX,  1903  $. 6,921f 80  To amount collectable as per  tax roll...: ". $10,589 95  $10,589 95  TOTAL AMOUNT OF TAXES. IN ARREARS  Special^ taxes 1898  '99, and  1900.....$ 969 03  Special  taxes 1901 1,874 57  do          1902- 4,499 05  do       * 1903 5,140 35  By cash paid during year S{ 4,166,' 70  Rebate to persons paying  prior to October 31st....       820 60  Balance due    ,5,602: 65  $10,589; 95  General taxes 1898,  '99 and 1900 S 1,643 9S  General taxc��, 1901 ' 3,150 22  do ��� 1902 5,401- 00  do 1903    51602 65  $12,483 00  -$15,797 82  $,28,280 82  Business Director}'.  MEATS. ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meal Mi'ich;iul  AGENTS, COLLECTORS. ETC  FRED B. HOLMIfiS,  Agent,     Collector,     Janitor.        I.ar;-*  warehouse for .storing ^mxls.  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city h;i- .  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH  Provincial Assayer and Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B. 0.  TAILORING.  WILSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, Si.  BARBER SHOPS.  GREENWOOD BARBER SHOP.  W.  FRAWI,EY,GProp.  Finest Bath Tubs-in city.     Baths  25;;.  Razors Honed.  Copper Streei.       -     Greenwood, B.G  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT <& SHAW  Barristers, Solicitors,  Notaries Public.  Cable Address :      hallett."  f,.���..j Bedford M'Ncill's   Qreeiwooo,  "??*?  1 Moreing ftNeal's ���_.  ( Letter's. s' c"  I. H. HALLETT.  It. C. SHAW.  MCLEOD & BROWN  Barristers and Solicitors,  Notaries Public, Etc  Odices: Wallace-Miller block. Copper street,  Greenwood, B.C.  J.R.Brown. J. P. McLuon.  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE.  BARRISTER and SOLICITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil Engineer,  Dominion    anb    Provincia;,  Land Surveyor.  Office with Gatmce & Wiokwiriir  . Telephone No. 32.  GREENWOOD.    ;      ������      .���       .-    B.   O.  A. E- ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial Land Surveyor.  Alnlng and Engineering Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood Block (next Customs ollice.)  GREENWOOD. Ji. C.  To Debeuture-uitereat for the year  for    debentures   issued   and  hypothecation account..   Balance   5,<>t)3 20  4,488 45  $10,091 65  By.gross  amount of special taxes  collectable a.s per roll   For debetiture.interest $ 6,125 25  For sinking-fund     3,587 10  Interest  taxes    Interest   allowed  sinking fund..  collected    on    special  bank  by  on  -5    9,712 35  141 02  238 28  $ 10,091 65  To the Mayor and Aluekmbn,  Corporation of the City of Greenwood.  Gentlemen:    I have examined the books and vouchers of  the City of  Greenwood for the year 1903 and they are alJ in order and correct.  Yours faithfully,  W. E. HODGES,  Chartered Accountant,  Auditor.  ffi^fff^*^^^^^^^^^^^^~^^   0-^S. FLOYD. Proprietor.  StiBE  MILK   AND CREAM  Delivered Daily to any part  of the city.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  HAVING ADDED A  TTNSHOP  NOTICE  To my Plumbing Establishment  .am prepared to do all kinds of  TINSMITHING AT  SHORTEST NOTICE.  ���urnace   Grates  and   Stove   Rewlrs  E W, BISHOP  Tlie    Mos:    Complete   Stock   in  the Boundary.  Phone}.':      Naden-Flood Block.  ( OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Spokaae Falls & Mem.; Kail way Co.  , Mson & Fort Sbcppard Railway Ce.  Red Mountain Railway Co.  Washington & G.    Co,  Van. Vic. &E. Ry. & B. Co.  i "*  \  Notic'J is hereby given that the business of  tbe Greenwood Liquorcompanv has been purchased by James McCreath, who will continue  ihe business under the same name. All debts  due by the Greenwood Liunor company up to  the 1st of January, 190*. must be pre*cn ted to R.  Grieger, by whom the same will be paid, and  all debts due lo the Greenwood Liquor cimipaii-  ^ to the same date must iy pi .1   tn s;ti.'   H  ' Grltfrer.  Dated this 7th day of Jauuarv. iwi.  -witness K. GRIl-G.R  H.   C.  SHAW JAS       c- !��KATII..  EAGLE   HALL  Kccently renovated and  refurnished, may be secured for balls, concerts  etc..   :it  reasonable rates  A    ���;���   -'���     -     ���  C   ^f. Wii.s >N,   Secretary.  The only all rail route between poin ts  east, west and south to Rossland Nel-  sou, Grand Forks and Republic. Connects at Spokane with the Great Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. &  N. Co., for points east, rrest and  south; connects at Rossland and Nelson with the Canadian Pacific Ry  Connects  at  Nelson   with  the K. 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  Leave  Spokaue  Rossland  Nelson  (Millers, Grand  Forka)  Republic  H. A. JACKSON,  General Pai-semier Agent,  Sp ,* ane. U'a��.h  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  A PIPE  CINCH  9:25 a. m.  10:15 a. in.  7:00 a. m.  11:00 a. m.  9J5 a. m.  Akrivk  5:45 p. tn.  5:10 p. in.  8:00 p. m.  4:00 p. m  5:40 p. m.  Not a lead pipe cincli; but wc haTC �����  oiuch ou smokers' utensils in Greenwood camp. We carry eyvry kind, from  the hifk-pricei Mecrcbaum t�� the lav-  priced clay dab. Als�� tbe finest irtr.i.  of   Smoking   and   Chewrlnif   T��twccos.  CIGARS  TO BURN  Full '.iitc of the best Imparled and  Douiestic Clirars. Try 'rin before they  go up in smoke. We <i�� not carry  sm^>kel^^s cic��r^.    Drop in  uud  see us.  K.A.KIKG&CO  Smokers' Ootfltters  Copper St.,   -    GREENWOOD  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  Happy New Year  DRINK ...  A LIFE  5RENEWER  On sale at all the hntcls.  BOTTLED BY  JAMES M'CREATH  Bottlers ��f Kinc Laser I Seer and  Manufacturers of all kinds vl  Carbonated Heveranes.  TO ONE  AND ALL  We thank our patrons  for their liberal patron  age in the past. During  1904 we will have a bigger and better stock  than ever.    :      :      :     :  A.  LOGAN   cf  CO.  JEWELERS  Copper St-eet,    *   Greenwood  FURXITUKIJ  CARPETS  LISOLIilMS  CROCKI-RY  GLASS \VAKK  CUTLERY  SILVEHWARi  BAR COODS  The   largest   hotels  and   iin<>.  residences in B.C. were furnished bv us throughout  WEILERBR0S.  H  , I'  VICTORIA. B.C.  ���EzacLTuAia:  \m\\{ m  4 Comfortable Rooms.  4 Everything First Classic THK SWAYNE  HOUSK  y Silver Street,  1 ff Green \\< ������)-.. 3?HE  iJOUKPARi ��� CRBEIt: .$i$wws/  -^  ��.!���>   Ill  Matf  ���* o oo-oo-oooo��O!6bi��0Cao<>ooo4'oo  S LOCAL  EXTRACT <?  OOOO ooooooocooooooooc ooooo  Miucis' Unioa dance QjfcJf'S'lbt'ua.ry iS.  K. Chi  :n ot &e:  tti*1f��  visiting   the  amp tkis -.reek.  MUSIC  Wronj;' Mr. WQftt& and other notable j  successes.   It.has enjoyed long runs'lnj;.........    ..     ,, ._ ���*..*,..������  I.oridon,   New   York   and   other lkrg'e       Miss M. Green will be pleased to' re-  ;ities.   C, P. Walker, manager  of the | ������eiv,; pupil-, either piano or or^an,- at  Winnipeg and allied theaters, and of  Harold 2JeUon, will direct the western  Canada tour of "What Happened to  Jones," and promises theater patrons  R. G. Sidley, J. 'P., of Sidley, was  a   a   metropolitan   performance in every  visitor this week,  V. V. At. George, of Hope. B. C , is I  v i.s i t i! '^���reecn wood.  A. Meg-raw oi Beavsrdell, arrived:  in the city on Monday. I  Ranch eggs of high grade will ran  .   .oni S1S00 to the ton.  W.   M.   Law   paid   (.irnnd   Forks   a  ��� ashics* visit last week.   .  Miss Helen MulTatt of this city i.s  now itistriiclur nl llic  Phoenix   .school,  J. L. White arrived from Victoria  itst Friday and will remain a couple of  weeks. ���.    ' "  J. P. Fltxicl of the Union Meat company visited Spokane lfist Sunday, re-  tnrninj; on Tuesday.  Robert l\-irie. che Grand Forks  stationer, came over to Greenwood  Tuesday to enjoy city life.  Walter   McDonald,   who    has   bceii  ��� isiiing' his   parents  at  Kua.lt.   B. C.v  i ettirned home last Saturday.  l^ast week Rev. J. D. P. Knox was  helping evangelist Coleman civilize  the heaihcus of Grand Forks.  R. P. Williams the Jenckes Machine  company, was interviewing, mining  men of Greenwood this week.  The office staff of the Greenwood  smelters, who were on the sick list for  the past two weeks, arc back at work  again.  First-class waitress desires employment, Will take chamber work. Address   P. O.   Box    102 . or   inquire   at  Times oflice.  Kosnlutid's seventh annual 'winter  carnival takes place on February 10-  1.5. This year's carnival promises to  be one of the best.  (.-ireeuwood Miners' Union No. 22,  will hold their annua) ball this year on  February 15. There will be good  music and a good time is promised  Tickets one dollar.  The married men of Greenwood  licrebj challenge the single men to a  friendly game of hockey to be played  any evening next week teams, to consist of sis players a side, owing to size  of rink.  Next Tuesday the Rossland star aggregation of hockey freaks play in  Phoenix. This year Rossland has  signed Weary Willie, Hoodsy, and  Andy Grierson. three players who  graduated in Los Angeles.     .  Paul Johnson,- late manager of the  B. C. Cupper -company's smelter was  in the citv for .�� few davs this week.  Mr. Johi son is at present manager ot  a smelter at Hadby on Prince of Wales  Island. He expects to have suielter  ���'unning by March 1.  Jaines McCreath  of  the  Greenwood  sense of the term. A nevr scenic  equipment has been provided for this  'our.  An Attack of Pneumonia Warded off  "Some time ago my daughter caught  a severe cold. She complained of pains  in her chest and a bad cough. 1 gave  her Chamberlain's' Cough Remedy according to directions and in two days  she was well and able to go to school.  I have used this remedy in my fatrily  for the past seven yearsand have never  known it to fail," says James Prender-  gast, merchant, Arinato Bay, Jamaica,  West India Islands. The pains in the  chest indicated an approaching attack  of pneumonia, which in this instance  was undoubtedly warded off bv Cham--  berlain's Cough Remedy. It counteracts any tendency of a cold toward  pneumonia. For sale by J. I<. White  Greenwood and A. F. Thomas Midway.  S. BARRY YU ILL  T7iqu^^nTpaiTjs~lia!TtKe~'tlfankTof~tHe  Times' s'a IT for a box of those celebrated cigars, La Moreua, manufactured by the Inland cigar factory at  Kamloops. The .smokes have been  tested by the Times' expert and pronounced the best.  Masquerade carnival at the rink next  Thursday, January t. Prizes will be  ^iveti for best dressed lady and gentleman, best div-,��ed boy and girl, and  the funniest character. Keiu'ell &  Co.. 1'. W. 'leot'go. KusseU-Law-Caul-  iadd Cn.. and Hunter Kendrick Co.  ijivo special pri/.es. Citizens' band in  attendance.  Congregational Meeting  The annual meeting of St. Columha  Presbyterian church was held on the  evening of January 25, W. S. Graham  reported for the Sunday school and also  for the session. Mrs. K. G. Warren  reported for the Ladies'Aid and J. S.  liiniie reported for the board of managers. H. McCutcheoh was elected  chairman and I). C. McRae secretary  of the 'congregation. K. M. Steven  and John Kleminiujj have been added  to the session. The following were  elected managers for the ensuing year.  H. McCutcheon. I). McVicar, Duncan  Mcintosh, H. C. Shaw, Duncan Ross,  J. S Birnie and Duncan C. McRae.  The meeting was well attended, and  the various reports clearly showed the  church to be in a most progressive  condition under the new pastorate of  the Rev. M. U. McKee. After the  meeting coffee and cake were served  bv the ladies.  A Theatrical Event   '  "What Happened tc Jones,"  one of  the most pronounced comedy successes  of the past ten years, will be presented  at   the    Greenwood    Auditorium    on  Tuesday,  February 9,  by  identically  ihe *-ame company   that has played the  ;0y in the large cities of the middle  ern   states   sin :c   the first of last  :mbcr.    The comedy was  written  eorge  H.  Broadhurst.  author of  v     S-witU   L*rft    Home,"    "Tbe  the residence of Mrs. Pope, Long Lake  street, next door to  Methodist church.  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  TO DAVli   HEATH. HENRY SHIELDS, or  to any parson ot persons to whom tlicy may  have   transferred    tlie.tr    iutcrost   iu    the  Paymaster   miuer.il   claim,   situate in the  Greenwood Milliner Division of Villi; district.  Vou are hereby notified that 1 have expended  the sum or Slue for surveying tlte above mentioned claim and Si.SO for  recording ilie same  for an assessment, such lielnir   required  and  necessary U, hold the said claim   for the year  ending October 11,1W3, under tlie provision  of  the Mineral Act aud Amending Acts; aud If at  the expiration of u netv dava Irom the dale of  the   first   publication "of   this   notice   In    the  Boundary Crtck Times, you fail or refuse, to  contribute your   portion   of sucli expenditure,  namely, 551.2.5. together with all costs o( advertising,   your   interests   in   said   mineral claim  shall bucoire   invested   in   me (vourco-owner)  upon   Bllng iu the proper oflice"In tliat behalf  the affidavit, required bv section -t of the Mineral  Act Amendment Act, l'lOO." -  Dated this 25th dav of January, 1904.  ap22 ' KOHIiRT WOOD.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  ..-NOTICE.  Gkanitb Mineral Claim, situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Wliere located���In Skylark camp, joining  the Smuggler mineral claim  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M. Johnson,  acting as agent for M. II. Kane, Free Miner's  Certificate No. B80171, and J. B. Creslauer,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B 55286,  intend; sixty days from the dale hereof  ���oapply lo the Mining Recorder for a Cerlifi-  tcate of Improvements, for the purpose of ob-  aininga CrownGrant of the above claim.  And furtlier take notice that section r.7, must  be commenced before the iss��.<ance of such Certificate ol Impiovements.  J,  PROVINCIAL  ASSAYER  and ..-;, .*;.!- ::���;,i:���',";'.^V'  CHEMIST  Successor   to   Walter   E.   SegSworth  Control Assays a Specialty  Ore Shipments to Local Smeltees Carefully Attended to.  * .' -v ���.������-.���::/   -.���:'���'���-'   --aa-   >..-; a:  a -.,-:. ������",.���   /?���';   ' ���*. *  ��  ��  ��������  ��  ��  ��  ft      *'M\rw\,  ft  ft  *  ft  Just for a Change  Soitte Lake Winnipeg  BOUNDARV   VALLEY   LODGE  " 'SiSSv^- No. 38.1.0. 0. P.  Meets every   Tuesdav Evening at 8 00 In tlie  I. 0. O. F. Hall.    A  cordial  iuvi tatlonlscx  tended to all sojourning brethem.  K. Foyi.k Smith, Pkihi B. Hui.mks.'  N. G. ReivScc.  At all Our Markets  Blank Boob  P. Burns & Go.  ��    THE OLD  RELIABLE  ?    MEAT CO.     Phone 2 .  ft  ft  ����#��ft'ftft��ftft����'����ftSftftfte��a*��ft��*��ft��ft��������o����ft*��ft����������������������  ft  ft  ��  *  ��  ��  0  0  0  0  0  0  ��  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  *  0  0  0  0  0  0  0  a  0  n  Ledgers  Journals  Cash Books  Minute Books, Etc.  apt  Dated  this 25tH day. of Jauuarv, 1904, A. I".  SYDNEY M.'JOHNSON.  PRACTICAL      WATCHMAKER       ANP  JEWELLER.  All uork guaranteed    GREENWOOD.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MAKsnAi.L,   Marshall   FkaIction,    Little  Annik, Little   Brown  Mineral   Claims,  situate in  the Greenwood Mining Division  of Yale District.  Where located���In Greenwood   camp,  at  the  head  of   Providence  creek.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Sydney M.' rJolinson,  acting   as agent   for  James   McNulty,   , Free  Miner's Certificate No. B55171,John Bresuahan,  Free' Miner's  Certificate   No.  BA020S,   Danie:  Bresnalian. Free Miner's Certificate "Vo. B5sl"0;  and Thomas Clark, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B552OT, intend, sixty (lays from llio date hereof, to apply to tha  Mining recorder for Cert-  Abates of Improvements, for the purpese of obtaining Crown Grants of the above claims.      ���-.;���  And further .take notice that action, under  section 37, mnstbe commenced before the issuance of puch Certificate of Improvements.  Hated   this 22nd dav of January, A. D; 1904:  apl SYDNEY: M. JOHNSON.  w  t Office and Pocket Diaries for 1904 J  ��      A- complete line of office requis-  1  ffi  m  ites always in stock.  COLES & FRITH  Successor to J. L. Coles.  Books. Stationery. Office Supplies. Etc.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  0  A. F.���& A. M.  The officers aud members of Green-wood  Lodge, No. 28, A. F. & A. M.. are summoned to  attend the funeral sarviee of the late' W. Bro.  1. M. Bernard, at the Masonic Temple. Greenwood. I!. C. on Saturday, the 30th instant, al  2:30 p.m., sharp. Sojourning bretli en are invited to attend.  Bv order of the W. M.  C. SCOTT GALLOWAY,  . Secretary.  . Masonic Temple, January 2tS, 1904.  In the Superior Court ol" British Columbia  In the Matter ofthe Land Registry Act  and Amending Acts  AND IN THE MATTER OF AN APPL1-  '��� cation by the Granby Consolidated Mining  and Smelling Company, Limited, and tlie  Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting and  Power Company, Limited, for liberty to  amend or alter a* plait or survey of a subdivision of lots eight hundred and ninetv-  ., four '.Wi, nine hundred and twenty-two-,'922;.  nine hundred and thirty-three (983;, and five  ���hundred and eighty-nine (589). group one il';,  Osoyoos Division of Yale district, in tlie  Province of British Columbia, deposited iu  tho Laud Registry office.  Upon llio application of the Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, Limited  aud Uie Granby Consolidated Mining, Smelting  aud Power Company, Limited, upon hearing  read the aflidavit of George W. Woostcr, sworn  herein on liie 13th day of September, 1001, and  the exhibit therein referred to and duly filed,  Ihe affidavit of Oreu B. Smith, sworn' herein  ihe 13th day of September, i-301, as to the service und p-.blicatioii of the summons ln.reiu.  and upon hearing Mr. J. A. Macdonald of  counsel for the applicants:  It is ordered that the said Granby Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, Lin ited,  and IhSGriuiby Consolidated Mining. Smelling  and Power Company, Limited, beat liberty lo  amend and alter the said map or survey of a  subdivision of lots eight hundred and nhtety-  fonrjSWJ, nine hundred and tweuty-two 1922],  nine hundred and thirty-thiee [933J, and five  hundred and eightv-nine I589], group one [1],  O.:oyoosdivision of Yale district, in the Pro-  vince of BrHish Columbia, deposited in the  Land Registry office at the City 'f Kamloops,  iu the said Province and therein nuiubored  sixty. GO, such subdivision being commonly  known as "Phoenix Old IronsidesSubdivlsion,"  by straightening out Old Ironsides avenue  mentioned and shown On said plan or survey  by continuing the said stiett or avenue from the  northwest corner of lot fourteen, 14, iu block  twelve, 12, as shown on the said plan or survii.v,  in tne same straight Hue as that portion of the  said street or avenue which lies to the cast of  the said northwest comer of said lot fourteen.  14, as show., on said plan or stinev, by altering  and amending the measurements and sizes of  lots fifteen, 15. 10 Iweutv-niue, 29, inclusive in  said block twelve, 12, accordingly, and by cancelling such portion of Ihe said plan or survey  as subdivides any part or said subdivision, or  lands lying tothe south of such portion of said  street or avenue proposed to be altered and  amended, such alterations : ui! amendments  being more particularly shown in red iulc on a  blue print ot thesaid plan or survey altered aud  amende 1 as sought iu this application, marked  us exhibit "A" to an affidavit of George W.  Wooster sworn herein and,duly filed:  And it is further ordered' that said Granbv  Consolidated .Mining aud Smelting Couipanv,  Limited, and the Granby Consolidated Mining,  Smjiltiug and Power Company. Limited, be at  liberty to file or deposit tbe aame map or plan  as amende 1 in tbe Land Registry office at the  Citv of Kamloops aforesaid, and that the Regis  trar of Titles at tbe said Land Registry office  do forthwith after the expiration ot the period  hereinafter mentioned, which application maybe made to set aside this order, amended and  alter said rrgistered map or numbered sixty, 00.  in said Laud Registry ollice iu accordance with  this order;  And it U further ordered that a copy of this  order be inserted oncii a week for four consecn-  tivo weeks in ibe Boundary Creek Times, pnb-  lishe<i at Gieeuwood, in the district in which  the s-,id lands mentioned iu the said plan are  situa'e;  Aud it is further ordered that any persod or  persons, firm or firms, corporation or corporations, interested in the subject matter of this  order may lie at liberty to move before m. judge  of this Court in Chambers to set aside tli is order  at any time within one month from the lirst  publication hereof as aforesaid. -  GORDON HUNTER,  janl-4t C. J.Q  Transfer of License  Notice is hereby given that 3C davs after date  I iii'end to apply to the Board of License Com  missiont-rs for the city of Greenwood for a  trarsfer of the liquor license now held by mc to  Gilb-.-rt Gunderc n for the picmises known as  the Victoria Hole], sitn ite on Lot 24 olock 12,  Copper *lreet Gn��enwoo<1.  Pi^ C. SCO-IT GALLOWAY.  P*-sd OwBttbeo- 36Ut \SOi.  "���MINERAL ACT.:.  . Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.:.'.-,.     ',���...,    . . ,  Hunoai. AifnBRiSToi.: mineral claims, situate  in the Greenwood Mining Division of. Yale  District.  Where'ldcated:   In Smith's camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Arthur-Murdoch  "Whiteside, agent.for Henry T. Machin, Free  Miner'9 Certificate No. B. 80136. intend, sixty  days'from the date hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for Certificates of Improvements,  forthe purpose of obtaining Crown Grants of  the above claims.  And further lake notice tliat action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificateof Iniprovements.  Dntcd this 28th dnv of Jauuarv. A.D. 1904.  apl A. M. WHITESIDE.  MINERAL ACT 1896.    v  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  "GLOBE" mineral claim situate in the Greenwood Mining Division of Yale District.  Where located: on HorsesliOe.Mountain. on  Main Kettle river.  TAKE NOTICE that 1, Isaac H. Hailett, as  Agent for James Anderson, Free Miners'  Certificate No. B7S359, intend, sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply tc the Mining Recorder  for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of tlte above  claim.  Aud further take notice that actiou. under  section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such Certificate of Impiovements.  Haled this 12th dav of December, A. D., 1903.  muh:;; 1. h. hallett.  THE  NEW  LEAF  year   we  It  is a  The first of every  make a resolution,  resolve to make our Druy  Store in all of its departments better than ever before. It is. our intention to  make the year 1904 mark  another onward step in our  ' ' business career. We shall  continue our high standard  of quality in every.line. We  shall aim to make our'serr.  vice the.best, possible in caring: for your Drug Store needs  J. t. WHITE  Druggist -     -       Greenwood X  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO&OOOOO  1 SAVE   MONEY 1  I                 And How To Do It 1  ^~- �����  ��*��~ ���o  ��r                 We receive subscriptions for any Magazine   or ^3  2f~                 Paper at publishers' price.    For  instance:   You ^3  tr                 wisb to subscribe for Munsey's Magazine.    It costs "Zi  ��~                  j*ou $1, express order 5c, postage stamp 2c, writing ~3  ��r                  material and the trouble of writing.    Leave your "XS  S~                  order with us and it costs you $1.    You save 7c in ^  ��r                  cash,   writing   material,   and  all   the  trouble of ^3  2~                  writing the letter.    Any book not in stock we pro- ~5  SZ-                 cure at publisher's price.                               . .      :\ r3  I Smith & McRae's,!  Sr             Books, Wall Paper, Photo Supplies.  'Phone 34. 3  ��F Copper Street,         -         GREENWOOD, B. C. %  0<XX>000000<>0<><><>0<>0<><XKWOOO  How's Your Fire Insurance?  Why pay lieavv rates when you can obtain the same protection  in as reliable companies al something like 10 per cent lower piemium  than th:it charg-ed by the board companies?  Tlicy place the same deposit with the Government, to protect  their policy holders as ihe board companies.  Their policies are accepted by all the banks as security.  And what is more the non board companies arc known for their  promptness in settlitg claims.  Tin* following is iinc <>f the many letters they daily receive:  Dear Sirs: I beg to acknowledge receipt  of payment in full from' the London Mutual  and 1 Mtnwa Kiiv Companies on account of  the luss by fire of my sawmill situated at  Midway, ii. C. And wish to thank you for  I he speedy manner in which Ihe insurance  was p.iid.    Yuiirs truly, Wm. POWERS  For all in formation concerning the rates for non board fire  companies, apply to  - F. W,  McLAlNE  Real Estate and Insurance  I must make room  for my:;; lairge Spring  shipment, and have  slashed the prices  of all suits  TWEED SUITS  Selling now at  Now is the time to  look in  my  Store  WILSON, THE TAILOR  OPPOSITE    POSTOFFICE '  ��>  : THE:  Copper Street.  <^ '  %��� OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS  PRIVATE ROOMS I'OR LADIES.  TRY OUR COFFEE  *  Charles R. ^Pittock,     ;     Prop'r.  ���:��� . " "������:.��� --':."'" "���������;���'������'���-     v  t;  '  DEALERS IN  I FURNITURE, ���* CARPETS,  LINOLEUMS, ETC.  on.  %  y    COPPER-STREET, GREfiNWOOl  X X  I        Head Office : 204 Dearborn St., Chicago,-ill., ������      f  *   *    ���      ���������     '"���'       ' ' ���:'���"^!, * ���     'I-. ��  -�� ��� ���*,.,, .  .......  . ...-,.��� ��  �� tt  �� ���������������'������*  " FINANCIAL i MiNING AGENTS "  ��  ��  ��  I-: MINING    PROPERTIES    OF   MERIT:   PUR- ��  I CHASED   OR DEVELOPED. /1.   ^       |  ft.'''-" :.���<���:_        ft  ft������������ftft0ft��i��a��i��js^#^��ft��ft������ift����a��#��������e��ft��o0��i������������fta��  Greenwood Uquor Co  WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CHOICEST BRANDS OF  WINES,   LIQUORS   AND   CIGARS  Sole Boundary Agents for  Pabst Brewing Co's Celebrated Milwaukee Lager Beer  Also Manufacturers of all kinds of Carbonated Beverages  DPINK IRON BREW, a Life Presetver  Opposite Postoffice. Greenwood  <��OOOOOOOOOOOOOiOOOOOOOOOOOd  JAS.  cCREATH,PR��P  GREENWOOD, B. C.

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