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 T  11  Ugiilaiuro  ./S1901 Lib*��r>  ���'\kVjk?'.-"-- '  GREENWOOD, B. C.FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6,  1903.  No. 2^f  trustees   Furnish, Council  Reauir��d   Number of - Children  Ex-  .v,:;,pecteJ by July.   ��� .  ,',uVj'.>kWSCw>sV'''-,->-->*-r/*C-'i"-;'.';>->*t'M;'-.''/;-.';.;/ V.':'.].  '"'"'"'"Xt' Che regular meeting of the city  *<,"COMfl6ir"6n"Monday" evening: "'last "act-"  lag-mayor Bannerman   presided   and  ^Bubting and Ross were present. The  i<-,.;school trustees present .a'.statement of  ;-:ie��timatcd; 'expenditure for the Wear;  &kl*tt. ���' A��\lhfe|J Statement dbea )!not  ^differentiate' between ordinary and  '. ^extraordinary expenditure as is re-  fri&quired.by the act,]the.;;rilerk was in-  ���jrvatructcd to write the board asking for  v two detailed and separate statements.  ������V;After routine business the,.council  ���t'tadjouraed. ...;.. ��� . ,:,-.,.,-., ,,..-,���  ��>5i   The school, trustees  estimates   are  '���yjgiglrmn below :   |j|    ' '-'r(^Mn^^,;B^C,,'jani'31, 1903.  ,-|$ThK MUNICIPAI, COUNCII, OK THE CllY  *$     ���' OF G��BBWWOOD.  ^vj'V '/ V '"   '("'S"-      -    * ���*      M't '���';���'  ./���.'.;ij   Sirs :i f In'accordance; with the res  '���^quiremente of Section 37 of the "Pub-  V;|lj^iB(Ait>ols;^Act^;:'tke '..^trustees ��� of the  Greenwood school district beg- to lay  .before you a detailed, estimate of the  ���urns required by the  board for the  'current years   ordinary  expenses^.kit)  ..^aaintair.ing- the-soty opls.*ii? ;;j?iey e^oit-  �����?jthe time of making this "estimate;  ����� ���&& $lsq a, detailed ;;estimate'of: t he*  -,,P'1    '..'-%   ���. '  ^S"ii^'->-'   -:-'i "-iji?^i  rable by the board  On  the 19th day of this month'tlie  schools operiidin'the: hew school building- "frlii'ch| is pra'citicaliyi finia^edfju-  ^.side, addi which 'only f ejquires^pain ting  and. some  small  finishing to be completed.   On the building there will be  due the contractors $2,232.50, and small  "/���Si^a.for'incidentals.   The building is  well designed and the  workmanship  reflects the'greatest credit on the con-  . 'iraSt^^Mee'srs. Bunting & Dempsey.  With the present school population  ^(J^^U^ttJi3xs^iios.tdxax^able.to get  along   with   only   two   teachers,   the  .^lapyfe qf 'jkMr;;*; 'tlu..tc :',*.;, being; ��85,00  -'_M0^tbl^,:'^'ahd':>:":Miss' :' L'aird    $55,00  ^o��thly. -,. J ^  ���'^ In the past we have paid $1$.00 per  ',' month for care of rooms, but now that  ''}, the schools arte in the new; building,  ',} ;vW�� cannottget a;;janitorgfor that sum,  ^���^and are piling $20.00 $��:month, at a  /.irate of $2WJ^<&ifac:.::;:^U,;/:::;//"/.  .'.�� The fuel bill will be greater hereinafter, but we,.can only .approximately  - eaiimate it. LSfiie-furnace' is intended  , ^ ���. 1 ,v... ....  - for coal,   and  we have so far been un-  ' ^ble  'J'!We  "'.; rooms for the year will be $200.  * Window blinds   for the two rooms  '';-wr^i><��t-5S5qo.;f,.-;������ ���y-^':':- ���)  T '^CKe desk's and seals we have "are in-  ��afi|cieat, and. we shall  be obliged to  get; fifty  more at acostofS250.    We  ������hall-then take the desks from the two  j  rooms and have the best of the same  ���j cleane^-atul fainted ij'ajcostf M;about  ���' $50 and plac��d-in one^kpaiiujUtwill be;  ;  necessity I in Ji'tSe spring 'to build a re-  I taimng ^xllz^l9P.gP^X^nce street  I and'Kiraberley avenue,  and then level  J< thf(��dhpol,vlot,  leaviij^ *a/slope   for  \ 4&Jttigel :f Thia wojrjkiwiil tq^t $300.  I     W�� believe that it will be necessary  tp.putujj,a retaining  wall ��� to prevent  :' the" earth  falling aj ainst  the school,  ;��� around the edges of the present exca-  l vation.   This  will cost approximately  8100..  We expect from twelve to fifteen  scholars will pass the high school  ���laminations in June, and we hare  seriously considered the problem of  high school education: The majority  of parents here are unable to send  their children   away   to high schools,  i to 4jfet ?coal, and are using wood.  .Winfic J'th^ fuel  Ult ^foiithehno  and unless we can-have a high school,  the,children's education will practically cease 011 their passing the high  school entrance examination. Since  last June six scholars who passed tlii*  grade have ' been wasting their time.  We have already notified the department that we expect to open a high  school after the summer vacation, and  hare askecTtliem to make arrangements  accordingly.. If, w'e do, . we shall b  obliged; to have the upper story of our  school'-building"-'completed^ and this'  will cost $2,o6b; i arid therejwill be an-,  other furnace required which will cost.  $600, and fueland caretakers bills will  be increased ��� proportionately. The  desks and seats {for one room will cost  $250,' and blinds, maps, desk, chairs;  e,tc.,���wi!!.run at'about$150 more.  We believe ,we canget * a teacher for  the- high -.school for $1,200 per annum^  As the -government will contribute  $300 the' board will be obliged to raise  $900. Tlie government will pay a per  capita,,of ���^���!$TO..;-.on,;,each.'.: high school  scholar. _  _.    From time to time small bills are incurred which, we cannot,. anticipate,  and. we ask tha!t $250 be provided for  incidental expenses. ,  ������; All of > which; c is; t respectf ully - sub-  Imirted/i;!    ^'lii^'^i'k ���">���"/"���  li --:-'' -; -' j;     ~i -'iThjurs^etc. ������'':.  Eagles Organize  WILL CO  TO liOSSLANl)  s.  F.   Parrish   Appointed  , Manager Le Roi  I  Has Had Long and Successful Mininer  Career- ���*  New Fraternal Society, Organize! in  TheQiir.    !      :;r''',  ��� uA' W.1 Von Rhein povincial deputy  grand President' for the province'of  British Columbia instituted a branch  .of the Fraternal Order;of Eagles in  this city Friday evening Jan,'30ih.  About .thirty -of the charter signers  were initiated and officers for the ensuing term were elected as follows:  Worthy Past President James McCreath; Worthy President Wm. Nelson;  Worthy:Vicepresident B'.~ B.,' Madden  !:Woir thy;' setritary^Charles'' W.^'wilsoiar  Wortii^ Treasurer J. H. McNeil: Con-  ^ucstor'|r. Picpard^; Inside.^Gfu^rd W.  ���fecl)bnald; Outside:lGua^'Geof ,.Well-  wood; ^Chaplain��T;�� Gaines; :Trustees  Philip MacDonald, Duncan Campbell  and Fred Munn. A large delegation  of risiting.Eagles were here from  Phoenix fand; Giig.ud /Forks to assist  the. Grand President. in forming the  new aerie. After the election and installation of officers was disposed of, a*  grand social session was held in Eagle  style, aongs and' speeches being in  order.  .'a..'iThe;.new aerie stands a good'"chance  to-become one of the' strongest "-organizations in this city. The JBagles^is  'one of the" youngest.;;organizations" in  America but it has made such enormous strides ithatin.lesstti'an-fiye years  from the time of its birth it has grown  from six members to over seventy five  thousand.-: -"   . ���'    ���-    ������<  f<.��>.--'  Great credit is due W. E). Moraad for  his,untiring efforts towards organizing  an aerie in this city.> ",) i       %     '[..-''  The Greenwood Fruit company has  moved Into the premises recently occupied by C. V. Semerad in the Clarendon  Block. Mr. demerad intends moving  to the northwest in a few days. He  did a large business in fruit here and  he is likely to hav? a success in the  h��w field. -.-.������:';'.''  For two or .three weeks past it has  been understood that there was a probability of Mr. S. F. Parrish, M. 10.;  manager of the B. C. mine, in Summit  camp, owned by the . B. C. Chartered  Co., Ltd., of Montreal, Quebec, taking  charge of the Le Roi .mine, at Rossland. It ��� was; known-, .to some of Mr.  Parrish's friends^tliafcinegotiations to  that end, had.,been.; iiji.proifress, but  publicity was not given to the fact,  .until this ��yeek,, ,when,.Mn response to  enquiries, Mr. 'Parrisli.admitted that  he had been appointed general manager of the Le Roi min'e at; Rossland  and of the Le Roi company's smelter  at'Northport, Washington. '; He will  leave for Rossland'next week to enter  upon his .new '.duties, but will, not yet  relinquish management of the B.C.,  Visiting this mine whenever, necessary.  Whilst Mr. Parrish's removal from  the,Boundary will, be very generally  ���regretted his ;n.umerousi /friends will  have, sincere pleasure in heartily congratulating him upon liis' accession to  the management of one/of the.biggest  :and: rilost important of 1 Ihe-"mines of  British Columbia, and will wish him  marked success; in the direction of its  aifairs. ' With Mr. A. J. McMillan as  managing director and Mr. Parrish as  general.manager,the excellent record  the L�� Roi jnadc-lasl year under.(the  able management of Mr. John H.'McKenzie, the retiring manager, should  be well maintained,, if... not-J tn proved  upon, to the material benefit of-i'Rbss-  land particularly, and the mining in-  .dustry of the prdvincejin general.  Mr. Parish has had many years  mining experience. He was mining  in Colorado 24 years, of which 13 to 14  years were spent about .Leadville, in  charge of various work and properties,  among^the -more~"impOrtant"of these  having been the mines of the Chrysolite Silver Mining Company, and of  the Yak Mining, Milling and Tunnel  company.  About three years ago Mr. Parrish  came to the Boundary to take charge  of the B. C. mine. At that time the  B.C^was'just commencing' to ship ore  to the smetter,'and in this connection  it was the pioneer of the Boundary,  beiug the first shipper of ore 111 quantity. For two years it maintained a  continuous output, but when the price  of copper slumped heavily operations  were suspended at the mine which was  closed for several'month's. ,;'��� Last summer shipping, vvas resumed and** it continues ' to-day.   This   mine   has   pro  duced to-date nearly 90.000 tons of <>re.  of a good grade. it> : >;>|>er con1- n'  ���veragiiig about live |�� ;i ���/������it.  Besides continuiii:; li'.. c..>:.:. '"..  with iheB; Ci.'Mr. P.^rn.^h -iu>i-.^ m  months of last year visited .1' f-c-qiu-��� 1 l  intervals the well-known Payne mine,  in the Sloean, in the capacitv!of consulting engineer. He has also during  his residence in the district reported  on a number of mining properties. His  departure from the district will be a  distinct loss to it, but it is.some consolation to know-that the Boundary  will not yet entirely lose the benefit of  his valuable services.  k\>- s.,' Jinii,'y  Greenwood vs. Phoenix  Oreeiiwood Curlers Get The. Best of  Phoenix.     ' ���",'  On Tuesday evening last, twd rinks  from the Phoenix Curling Club came  to Grsenwood, and one; rink from here  went to Phoenix. . Th.e 'Greenwood  curlers won out by four points, the'  aggregate score being'32 to 28.  The rinks and scores were as follows:  Greenwood  W.T. Smith'  Jas. MeCreatli  Alex. McDonald,  W. L. Gordon, skip 10  Dr. Mathison  H. Buntinjr  C. E. Menitt  J. A. Russell, skip   11  K. C. B. Frith.  iS. VV. Bishop   .  W. G.'McMynii  J. S. Birnie,; slrip      1  Total  32  Phoenix  Steve Palmer  G. W. Kuiuberifer  Alex Strachii  Z)r. Boixlier, skip    7  John Morrill  0. B. Smith .  Geo McNicol  T. J.-Hardy,-skill'  "  Norman Slack  Ed. Birnie  Jas. McCatf ue  1. Crawford, skip;  i-2  .     Total ..''-��� ,.-  ,-   23  After the games here, a light lunch  was served in the club , rooms. The  ice was in fair shape, the weather cold  and the mee' ing was, voted the most  pleasant of-of the seasoti.' Greenwood  has now won two out of three' matches  with Phoenix. Capt. Gordon's.rink,  which went to, Phoenix, reports the'.  very��� .best'of good' treatment at the  hands of'the'-Phibenix cuiricrS.    '  I  1  Lfki  Wins over G. R. Naden by  a Majority of Four Votes  I  Both  Sides Polled Every Vote 01iat  Could be Secured.  "k~  iHockey;:  Uniaue Contest Between   Bachelors  and Benedicts.  At the skating rink last Friday evening-, the most unique game of hockey  was played. The bachelor and benedict teams who p'ayed baseball last  iummcr tried their hands at hockey.  Many of those who took part had never  handled a hockey stick and some were  strangers to skates. D. Bannerman  captained the married men and W. M.  Law the bachelors. The single men  kad much the stronger team. They  had about four experienced hockey  players who had the'puck tha most of  the time and s^ei^j^heni^they^felLl.ike  ifr "The score was about 6 to 1. Mr.  Bannerman was goal keeper for the  bentdicts and in the absence of proper  support (two stout props) he endeavored to keep the puck out by lying between the flags. The bachelors took  unfair advantag* by raising the pui;k  over his prostrate body. Mr. Law kept  up the side of the rink and when the  puck did come his way it was always  an off side. The game was witnessed  by a number of spectators who seemed  to enjoy it more than the players.  This Friday nignt a team from the  Fire Department will endeavor to win  over the senion hockey team.  A team of juniors went to Phoenix  this week and were again defeated by  the boys on the hill.  Tt is now His. . Worship, Mayor  Smailes. After a keenly" fought contest, Ralph Smailes won over his  opponent Geo. R. Naden by a majority  of four, votes out of a total of. 156. <  In accordance with , the agreement  entered into, when the caudldates  withdrew, D. J. Sullivan was nominated for thebflice. Shortly afterwards  Mr. Smaiies was placed in 'nomination.  Mr. Sullivan retired, dnti : Mr. Naden  was again nominated, leaving the con-  .test to the two previous candidates.  The nominations were as^pllows : ,  D. J. Sullivan nominated by Geo.  R; Nadeni Duncan Ross ati'd !J.' J.  Caulfield.   i:   '     ���"      .V;'--a''  ;.-;������������  Ralph Smailes nominated : by S.  Barry Yuill, and W. B. Fleming,   ,,  Geo.  R.   Naden-nominated by W. J.  Kirkwood'and Geo. R. Swayne.  '/Both'1 sides, got down to hard Work  and .while no public meeting >was held, -  a lot .of canvassing was done.   .     ,,  ���*-   Both-.CQmmittees worked hard-and at  seven ���o'clock,-'--thifty* niinutes. before  t.b.e^ poij ' closed ./'every, possible' vote;';  Within a radius of one hiindredniiles  of Greenwood Had been polled. The  vote was almost entirely oneiof property holders who were placed on the  list from the assessment roll. jLicense  holdere and householders thinking  that there wouili'be no contest neglected to register-as isrequir'ed' by the'act  and consequently were  unable to vote.  The counting of the ballots : was the  most exciting part of the contest. The  candidates ran neck and neck. A  dozen times they had an equal number  of votes. When 140 ballots were  reached Naden was five ahead;.'. Then  there came.a dozen Smailes fballotts.  Naden got one or two more. . The total^  vote "was" Smailes"367~Naden" 76, and  the most keenly contested and closest  election ever fought in Greenwood was  over. ..'.���������'���.    ��� .  Mr. Smailes is at the coast and was  not here during the contest. His supporters celebrated the victory on  Thursday evening.  y  Boundary Ore Shipments,  Granby Mines.:.:...  Mother Lode.....:   B. C. Mine   Snowshoe '.-...:.:.::"'  .Sunset.:'....:'.......;;:'.   ; Brooklyui.^..:..,'..   ; Morrisoni ��.;.!   R. Bell:  ..:...:....  Emma   Winnipeg   Golden   Crown.   ��� Athlestan   King Solomon   No. 7.   City of Paris   Jewel   Carmi   Providence   Ruby   Miscellanesus...:   1900  64 53.3  5 3-40  19 4-1-4  297   150  1901  231 862  99 548  47 517  I  1 076  2 250  1 200  731  soo  150  560  650  040  850  665  two  ���160  Total Tons  3 230  99 730  325.  890  389 618  1902.  310 601  141 326  14 V'27  20 800  H 010  7 900  785  ��    625  Week.  9 011  2 496  630  1 500  120  1903  34 226  12 768  3 910  4 080  1  194  3 870  532  175  172  Local and Personal.  There is now'a daily   stage  running  between Midway and chesaw.  The many friends of A. E. Ashcroft  C. E. will regret the serious illlncss  which has confined him to his honiefor  some days past.  J. C. Haas M. K. one of the pioneer  mining mou of the Boundary, who now  makes Spokane hi.s headquarters, is  visiting the cito-  Tlie family of C. P. Sorenson; master  mechanic at the Greenwood smelter,  has left for Salt Lake City.  An accident  happened   to  the  four-  horse team hauling logs   to  the  Yale-  Columbia Lumber company's sawmill  at Deadwood Tuesday.    When coming  to the mill with a   heavy  load  of  logs  the team got beyond the control of  the  driver, Duncan Donnelly, and went   at  j a mad pace   down   the  steep  hill,   but  I soon came to t^rief.    In the mix-up the  i driver had   hi.s   shoulder  injured  and  j was badly shaken up besines, and   two  ! ��f the horses were killed.  507 Sll       12 637       60 r)95  Do -you "*<-��� Blue Kibbon T*< ? THE  )AY CREEK   TIMES,  Jit! - .'-/;  TIIU  l.ATP.ST  DESIGNS IN  IMPORTED  WOOLLP.NS  TO  SP.LRCT PROi*\.  *_s//evc4fm/ ���-    zl/attfw.  sible to a very large extent.  What is true of the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Company is equally true of all  mining companies. I* would be hard  to find the mining company that has  made money out of running stores or  boarding houses.  M  ELKINS &  Insurance, Real Estate and Glilrlfflitents  ���S���Accountants, Auditors and Notaries Public���$��  REPRESENTING-  COPPKK  STREBT  GREENWOOD,  B. C.  Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing Done  P. o,  FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.  BOX 252. OPPOSITE WINDSOR HOTEL.  Humming Bird to Ship.  Cbt  Boundary Creek Times  Issued ���u��rv Triday  BBSCAN ROSS MANAGING   EDITOK  SUBSCRIPTIONS IN ADVANCE.  Pun Ybar' :   Six Months   To Foreign Countries .  ..*2 00  .... 1 25  .... 2 SO  FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1903.  MUNICIPAL CONTEST.  The election is over and Mr. Smailes  has won,by a narrow.majority. We  believed from the outset that good  service should have been rewarded by  re-election but a ��� narrow majority  thought otherwise and we humbly bow  to the majority. The mayor-elect is  an able business man who should give  an efficient' and progressive administration of municipal affairs. Judging from presetat indications there will  be plenty of opportunities during the  v- ~.*K .-������ ��� ������'���*, - i * . .    ���: ..;.   . '���..'���.'.  .;��� '���(.;-���  ��� x<ear to:,prpmote and protect, the'inter-  - eats of. the city. The enforcement of.  of wholesome laws and the protection  and promotion of the city's interests  will be matters that will require the  yery earnest consideration of the new  mayor,.and we feel- confident that he  will always act in the best interest* of  tbe city.  THE RIGHT MAN.  The Le Roi company and the minting Industry generally, are to be congratulated upon-the fact that Sr F.-  Parrish has accepted one of the most  responsible positions connected with  the industry in the province. The Le  Roi is yet one of the leading mines.  It and the Northport smelter employ a  large number of men. There" have  been serious troubles in the past, but it  will not be Mr. Parrish's fault if  things do not run smoothly in the  future. Mr. Parrish is a thorough  wholesouled gentlemen possessed of  tact and judgment and plenty of the  milk of human kindness. If the men  play fair with F. F. Parrish they will  find in him a fctrong champion and  friend. Mine managers who believed  that men are entitled to no consideration have been responsible for much  of tbe trouble in connection with the  mining industry in this province.  grant based on the average attendance  should exceed $L500. With this expenditure no fault can be found; indeed if  there is any criticism at all it should  be directed against the salaries (which  school teachers are paid. Men and  women engaged in a most important  work should receive the very highest  renumeration; instead it is the common  practice to give them the minimum  salary and the maximum amount of  abuse. The principal of the Greep-  wood school should certainly receive  more than $85 a month. ,  i * *  Turning to the extraordinary expenditure, the demands of. the trustees can  not be met from the ordinary revenue  nor can the amount be raised by a special school tax up to the full limit which  the law allows.    There  are only  two  ways open;  one is to issue a second  school loan and the other is to make  such   representations   to   the  government as   will   induce   them   to   treat  Greenwood   fairly,  in. the   matter  of  school      appropriations.    All     ; cities  of the province <except Greenwood and  Grand Forks have been furnished with  ample school buildings by the government.-   There is no reason >why those1  two cities, should be subjected to unfair  treatment. . In   Rossland $35,000  has  been expended in  schools and school  sites and  not one dollar of this was  contributed by the municipality.   The  government should reimburse the city  for the cost of the site and alsorprovide  the  $2000  necessary  to complete   the  school building.   If this were done the  maintenance of the schools  would not  be a serious matter.  With the necessary number of pupils  viz twenty who are likely to be available after July 1st, a high school should  be"establishedlierVand^ the'additional  cost above the governrrent grant will  not be a serious matter.  The very best eduoational facilities  should be the aim o f school trustees,  city council and citizens! These can  not be seeured without cost. But  there is a limit and a very short one to  the revenue producing powers of the  municipality. It is impossible to take  blood out of a stone and it is equally  impossible to extract more money out  of a municipality than the law will  permit to be raised.  If the government would start the  city on a fair basis the matter could be  arranged much more easily.  Dave Evans-who recently leased the  Humming Bird mine, the well known  North fork proposition.reports that the  ore shipments by sleigh to the Granby  smelter, will be coonmenced about the  middle, of February. Four men are  engaged at development work. The  ore shute in the face of the drift is now  three feet wide and tlie average values  are $23 per ton.  WHEN OUGHT  WE TO  GO TO A DENTIST?  Many think it unnecessary  to devote particular attention to the teeth until the  appearance of the mouth,is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The stupidity and shortsightedness of either policy is  evident.  Everyone who thinks a  moment "on the subject knows  that food cannot be masticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed, decayed, or  other vise out of working- order;  and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  Noryrtcti Union Fire Insurance Society  Sun Fire Insurance Co.  Caledon ian Fire Insurance Co.  Hartford Fire Insurance Co.  Scottish Union Fire Insurance Co.  Offices  Queen of America F're loseraace Co.  Phoenix of Haftfox? Fire Insurance  Co.. ,-. '.,r..,., .���  Aetna Fire InsuianU :Co.|;   |.|,  Insurance Co. of North America-  MINING PR0PERTIK Fcl%i4  Rendell Block, ���37v jiHSenw&Sl B. C,  <><><><>0<>0<>C*>0<>0<>0<>0<>0��<>00<>00��K><>0^  <X>0<K>0<><>CH>000<>00<><>0<>0<M3*0<><>   .UOUJH^m'-wliiiiirifj'���*�����    r.^ztidti'xl  i *1  I  Established 1836.     Incorporated by Royal Charter  HEAD OFFICE  CAPITAL,   ^,QW0lW&6,666i$  Reserve Fund,^365,000--$1,776,333.33  London England.     H. STIKEMAN. General Manager, Montreal,;  J. ELMSLY. Superintendent of Branches.  Branches and agents In all the principal cities of Canada and'the United States,  aiul correspondents in all parts of the world.  .   , .           .,.,  GREENWOOD BRANCH:  Copper Street.���  <W<M><>CK>O<>O<KKK><H>0<><^  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO* -0000000000000000000000000*0  1  ��� ��� - - *���'* '���:���-. ���������fi f --I r-r -��� km.'-v*! 'ail    J r\  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Naden-Flood Block, Greenwood, B.C.  _ _   BOUNDARY   VALLEY   LODGE  ���"^^fPp     ' no, 38.1. 0.0. F. .  Meets every  Tuesday Evening at 8 00 in the  I. O. 0. V. Hall.    A cordial Invi tation is extended to all sojourning- brethern.  D. A. Bannerman, Fked B. Holmes.  N. G. Rec.-Sec.  ABEL HALLBERG  MANUFACTURER  AND DEALER  IN  ���iOyAjUl-ij'tyt  REPRESENTING:  The Phoenix Fire-'AssUrance The British  America Assur-.  Co. of London, England. alnce Co., of Toronto; ���  Liverpool ^ and; London   and:  Globe Insurance Company.  i, Bt, Eld.  ,..GREENWOOp;AND,MIDWAY,,B.,.Cw  The Canadian .Birkbeck .Investment and Savings Co.  STOCKS,  (i��>(.7;Ki.UIK.i' %���:  REAL ESTATE.   ^  ���-����^: THJE :^���  BLANK  ��� ������  AND OFFICE SUPPLIES  CASH BOOKS, JOURNALS,  LEDGERS, DAY,. BOOKS,  __J,_^YPEWRITER���SHPI,;LIES;  PYLES, INK, MUCILAGE,  PASTE, ETC., ETC,  A, complete line of   office   supplies  always on hand.  Office and pocket Diaries for 1903.  mr:  OPEN Ml AND WIGHT, ;:,g��  .,   .   ���  ���    1 '-':     ' :"  '  ���"���       'A.   ���  MEALS AT AU HOURS  PRIVATE  ROOMS FOR  LADIES.  Charles R.&ffick,  TRY OUR  COFFEB  .- -t  f.  |P IP ip ip |P ip ������� ip ip �� �� �� �� g �� \t f�� ^J^J^J^J^J^.^J^.^^J^^^J^  ��P?'|P|P|P5,|P��P|P|P|P4P|P|PJP*,|P    ^ ^ ^ jB ,��.�� J* J>JM** J* <*���*<*<>*  COST OF EDUCATION  A GOOD MOVE.  Tbe estimate of expenditure presented by the Board of Trustees, is a matter for the serious consideration of the  ratepayers. Last year or.dinary expenses of the school over and above  the amount paid by the government  ���were somewhere in the neighborhood of  $806, ' not a. serious matter1 If the  trustees would definitely state where  the ordinary expenditure ends and  wheie the :xtraordinary begins, we  believe that the cost this year for th-:  ordinary expenses of the school will  not be as large as that of last year.  Salaries, fuel, janitor and incidentals  aggregate $2370 and the government  Manager Tonkin of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Company has decided that  company's stores arc troublesome and  unprofitable and that they will be  closed out or sold out as quickly as  possible. There is no sentiment in the  Crow's Nest Pass Coal company; neither is there in Mr. Tonkin. Business  is business with them and the company's stores have to go because it is  not in the interests of the coal company  to run them.  The announcement must be gratify  ing to the people of Fernie. Company  stores are a bad thing for a town.  Fernie should be a. much larger and  much more prosperous town than it is  and the attempted concentration of  business by the coal compauy isrespon-  Boods, Stationery and Office  Supplies, Etc.   PerfectSight  a matter of Foresight  Greenwdod  -.. t  to  %%  %%  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  OT  j��jsj��jijijij��ji^��j�� j��y��j��^tjJj��j�� iP.iP|PlP|PiP|Pf��s��SCfififiCfiC  SS5SS5SSS��555SS^SS iP4p|p��p|psr��pipiriPH,��Pt��,*,f ipm  * �� ��& Pabst and  fcfc  Vs.  fcfe  *&  to  Vt.  to  * * * ���algary Beer, ;g  R GRIEGER, Manager. ^ JJ  Many cases of eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future  trouble.  J. L WHITE  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B. C.  The Midwinter  Continue in every department all during the month  of February  New Goods Arriving daily.  A limited number of the choicest and prettiest sample Shirt Waists  and Blouses ever put on the market, No two alike, and all this coming  seasons styles. Come early and make your selection, for these goods will-  not last long. '������ "     "  " ���'"���   ' -'   ' ���-':.--'������-'���-���  The Hunter-Kendrick Company, Limited.  GREENWOOD, B. C. Page (>  THE   BOU1N )AY  CREEK   TIMES  TO HAVE THE BEST WHEN THE COST IS NOT GREATER.  w e keep only the best Staple and Fancy Groceries, all carefully selected,  Our prices are  -I '     i    ,  .TiiiV/r?f~^  :'��.'' *   t  TJUii -  M. h. &\xAiLyiE, Grocery and B&kerv  OOP PER STREET, GREENWOOD.  ���  NORTH FORK COAL.  W. Anderson, superintendent of the  Cascade Power & Light company was  in the city this week.  OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO  TOOTH  Gets active about Xmas  We can satisfy it.  ���Delicipus  CANBIES  CHOCOLATES  Geo. C. Hodge, superintendent of the  Vernon & Nelson Telephone  company  was over to Greenwood this week on  a  Local capital is to be.oinc interested | business  visit  hi'the new coal basin 60 miles north of  Grand Forks, B. C. up toward the head  of the north fork  of  tho   Kettle river.  The coal is  a   high   grade bituniidous,  aud with the exception   of  the   Crow's  ��� Nest Pass coal ileitis, the only coal yei  , found   in   southern   British   Columbia  adaptable to  coking.    The  basin   has  not been prospected   to  any   great  extent, though last summer a  three   foot  seam   was  opened   up  on   one  of  the  claims controlled by the British Columbia Coal company.--  A:high!y   impori-  ..ant factor in connection with this  coal  basin is its close proximity to the three  big smelting plants  in   the   Boundary  ."district.    The attention of the  go--ern-  ;menthes been   drawn   to  this section  /and an expenditue  of S5000  has   been  ���sanctioned   for  the  construction   of  a  'wagon road tothe coal  fish's.. Should  the basin turn out,   with  development,  .t'to contain a high   grade   coking  coal,  -, there is little doubt that a railway   will  ';;,be constructed up the North Fork.    The  '���^elevation of the coal fields above Grand  ^Forks' is 1700 feet.  "Recently Montreal, Toronto,   Hamil-  i.;tou and Ottawa (Ontario)  capital  has  "been secured to  prospect  and  develop  'iextensive holdins' and Spokane is  also  '���'������now interested.  At the office of the United  '"States Marble company the Boundary  ' Coal mines, r.trl., was organised, -with  the'following officers and board of directors: C. E. Mitchell, president; E.  T. Bartlett, vice president; W. H.  My<��rs, treasurer; P. F. Godenrath,  secretary, all of Spokane; aiid advisoiv- i  committee, W. S! Fairfield, Fernie,   B '>   ���, , "'   _ -'  C,   and   George   A.   Macleod,   Grand j WHEN    OUGHT    W��  TO  . fcoVks:': B:^C;   This  company   has  ob-! GO   TO   A DENTIST?  tained licenses covering 1560 acres  of! . -'''���'.  .land.  it:is intended to purchase a j  ���''Mciny think it unnecessary  portable horsepower diamont prospect- j to.devote   particular   attent-  ing bore drill and prospect the  ground i tioil. to   the.   teeth   Until  the  at depth. ��� j appearance of the mouth is  affected by damaged, decayed or broken teeth. Others  give the teeth no attention  till pain compels them.  The   stupidity    and    short-   ..._    four  foot | sigh ted ness   of either  policy   is  vrbrkable vein, which   was  opened   on., eviclent.  the surface bv  a short  tunnel.    The] Everyone     who     thinks      a  promoters -f the Boundary Coal Mines! moment   on   the   subject    knows  ^Limited riutend-to���in terest-'ca pi taKto  ��� exploit their holdings at depth with the  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK.  KAFFIR KING Mineral Claim, situate in the  Kettle River Minintr Division of YaleDistrict.      "Where   located :     On  Horse shoe  Mountain, Main Kettle Kiver, lying- -southerly from the Bima*o mineral claim,  TAKE   NOTISK  that we   Alex.   Waddell  E. Sullivan, J. S.  Harrison and  M. Mc-  M vim, Free Miners' Certificate Nos.  B -10,-ISO;  B 40,449; IJ 30,500, and B 40,602 respectively, intend sixty   days from the date hereof, to apply  tothe   Mining-  recorder for a certificate ol Im.  provements,  for  the   purpose  of  obtaining-a  crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take uotice that action, under  ���ection 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this318t dny of May, A. D. 1902.  NOTICE OF FORFEITVRE.  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate  of Improvements.  NOTICE.  E. SEMERAD,  Dealer in Fruits. Confectionery etc.  6<>000-0<>0-0-(>0<hOOOOOOO-C><>00<>0-6-  Percy F. <TOdenrath, one of the own-1  ers, in speaking- of the North Fork coal  basin, said: ''The basin was discovered by Joseph Wiseman of Grand Forks,  ������who staked a considerable area and was  instrumental in interesting- Nelson  people. Wprk last summer demons  : trated the   existence   of   a  MONTANA,    MONTANA    FRACTIONAL.  COLORADO,  IDAHO,  MULDOON,   and  NEVADA,  Mineral  Claims, situate in the  Kettle River  Mining   Division   of   Yale  District.   Where located :    Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River,  TA KE NOTICE that we, Alex. Waddell and  William Graham McMynn, Free Miners Certificate Nos. B4O,450 and 840,001 respectively, iutend, sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Milliner Recorder for Certificates of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining-Crown  Giants of the above claims.  And further take notice that, action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificates of Improvemenea.  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.  Alex Waddell.  William Graham McMyiw  Last issue Jan. 25.  MINERAL ACT. ',  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MONA, Mineral Claim, situate iu the Kettle  River Mining Division   of  Yale  District.  Where located :   Near to and West of the  Canyon Creek Lakes, Main Kettle River,  and  South of the El Dorada Mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that we, H. D. Barnes, Ed.  Ruckle, and   Mary   McMynn,    Free   Miners  Certificate Nos. B40801, B42138, and B4u602 respectively, hitaud, sixty days from the   date  hereof,  to apply to the Miniug Recorder for a  Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take .'notice, 1 that action, under  section 37, must be'commenced' before the issuance of such certificate of Improvemeuts.-'  Dated this 31st day of May, 1902.  H. D. Barnel.  Ed. Ruckle.  Ma r v  Last issue Jan. 25.  <fob Printing  To A. BRANSON, D. R. CAMPBELL, D. A.  CAMERON and any others concerned :  You are hereby notified that I have expended  in labor and improvements on the "ifoston"  "Toronto" and "St. Louis" Mineral claims,  situate tn Cranberrv Creek, West Fork of  of Kettle River, in the Kettle River Mining  Division of Yale District, the sum of Three  Hundred Dollars, and $7.50 for recording the  same, such being the amount required and  necessary to hold tbe said claims under the  provisions of the "Mineral Act' and Amending  Acts; and if at the expiration of ninety days  from the date of the first publication of this  notice in the Boundary Creek Times you* fall  or refuse to contribute your portion of such ex  penditure, namely $230.50, together with al  costs of advertising, your interest in said  mineral claims shall become invested in me  (your.co-owner) upon filing in the proper office  in that behalf the affidavit required by Section  4 of the "Mineral Act Amendment Act, 1900." '  Dated this 28th day of October, 1902.  JOHN N. GREDEN  Last puplication Jan. 31,1903. "���  .  MINERAL ACT, 1900;  Certificate of Improvements..  . NOTICE       ... _  NORTH STAR,RING,SI(LVERHEI;L,Ha5RD  TO-BEAT.MOUNTAIN VIEW.MASSINGER  and BOBBIE BURNS 'Fractional Mineral  Claims, situate in the.Kettle River Mitting  Division of Yale District.' Where located:  On   Horseshoe   Mountain, ' Main    Kettle  Rivir. ��� ' ;.  ;:;i/;,:"'.;;;m"  TAKE NOTICE that we, Wry Taraer*Mc  Mynn and William Graham McMynn. Free  Miners Certificate Nos. B5490J and ��Bj*901 respectively, -intend, ��� sixty daj-t.froni th�� date  hereof, to apply to the .Mining. .Recorder for  Certificates of Improvements, for. the- jwrpo����  of obtaining Crown Grants of.the ;tfk>T�� claims.  And farther take; notice that actio*, ufcdtr  section 37, must be cOinitaenCed before,tbe issuance of such Certificates of IraproTetneatir.  Dated this 15th day of Joly, 1902; - ���'.;  . iMAKY TCSHEB McMjMTW..  William Graham McM.tun;  - Last-issue Jau.25.';' '-< 'AA  AA; ';..' "-,.-,.; r.  MINERAL ACT,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICB.  FOURTH-OF-JULY, Mineral Claim,  sitaate  in the Kattle River Mining Division of Yale  District.   Where located:���Near to Canyon  Creek, Main Kettle River.  TAKE NTOICE that we Alex. Waddell and  E.   Sullivan,   Free   Miners'   certificate   Nos.  B. 40,450 and B. 40,449 respectively, intend, sixty  days   from   the date hereof, to  apply to the  Mining Recorder for a Certificate of Improre-  ments, for the purpose of, obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim. V  And  further take notice that action uuder  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such Certificate of Improvemants  Dated this 31st. day of May, A. D. 1902.  aid of.a bore drill.  ith at---f ood���cannot-bc-tnasticated  satisfactorily if one or more teeth  are tender, inflamed,   decayed, or  A sample of thecoaisent to the ^ov. j otherviseout' of working- order;  I and if this be the case, the mouth  requires immediate attention.  Neatly and Quickly-  executed at the::::::  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  AMANDY   Mineral    Claim,   situate   in   the  Kettle    River   Mining Division  of  Yale  District.   Where located :   In Long Lake  camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, C. -2E. Shaw agent  for James Hunter, Free Miner's Certificate No.  B56922 intend, sixty days from the date hereof,  toapply tothe Mining Recorder fora Certificate  of Improvements, for tbe purpose of obtaining  a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action, under  section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of sueh Certificate of Improvements.'  Dated this 8th day of July, A. D. 1902.  First issueNov. 28. C. A. E. SHAW.  .  Certificate of Improveawnts. - ^  'NOTICE.-' ������������;-..;':; ���'-���,. ..  CORNWALL Mineral Claim altuateJ.,in*'the  Kettle River- Mining Division; of ,0<Ki.TOoa  District. Where located : Aboit - two  miles North east of Camp McKijiney on  McCarren Creek.        .    :,���..���,��' ���r,'.:,....i.  TAKE NOTICE that I,.Sydney��� jtarloka&a  -acting as agent for P. B. S.i Stanhope,  Free  Miner's  Certificate  No.  855^22, intend,  sisty days from date hereof, toJ apply, to-the  Mining Recorder  for   Certificate of. Improvements,  for the purpose of oW��lMU)r����.Cr��v��  Grant of the above claim, v j   ���*���   i'.c<  .'-.'.���',!.',;  .Aa4C nrther.ta.te notice-. .aai���. action!^* Under  section 37, must be commenced Vefore the issuance of such Certificate oflmprevemeats.  Dated this 3rd day of Joly. A. p. 1902- "'  ���'  Sept. 18.-���'���,-':-        ': SIDNEY.;m.vJ9HN80N  , ���������'��� MINERAL' ACT/;;;,;;",-  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE:;;^;  To LEWIS MEYER,-FERWNAKP'JafiB&E,-  - and to any person or persons t�� whomther  may have transferred their .interest in tke  "WHITE HORSEV .Mineral. claim ���'���Unite  in Copper Camp, in the Kettle' Rlv��vMIn-  ing Division of Yale District, Brltreh Col-  '   umbla. '    ���;'.���   '���' . '���;���; ���'.*'���    '}��}'���'���?  You are hereby notified tnat we have cM��e^  to be expended $205.00 to hold the said Mineral  claim under the''Mineral Act" that ,th�� proportion you should contribute for yon undivided one half interest in the above claim 1��'.#1W.50  and if within ninety day* from the Sratpubllc-  ation of this notice you fall or, rpfuke to eon-  tribute the said sum of $102,50* which?is'now  due, with.all costs of advertising, 'yoU'r interest  in the said mineral claim will become.vested la  us the undersigned, your co-owners under section 4 of an Act entitled the"Mineral Act.Amend  ment Act" 1900. ��� '.;;.;:'������  :   Dated at Greenwood thin 7th Norernb^r, ��� 1901.  Margaret k.'Mbkch'k,'  B.L.--Wood;'���;.>;  >���-:.:> i;i,,;  JAMB9 GKAKAM, ������ ;  :���������:   AnniB Hudson.   ���������";<;���>���.���*.  ernment assayer at Victoria, B. C, (  gave the following returns: Volatile  matter, 18.7 per cent; moisture, 1.8 per  cent; fixed carbon. 73.5 per cent, ash  6 per cent.  '���William BlacUmore.'-M. E., one of  the best known coal engineers in Canada, obtained the following- results  from a four foot seam: Fixed carbon  62.6 per cent; volatile matter. 29 6 per  cent; ash, 7.8 per cent.  "These analytical teslsshow that tlie  . fuel    compares    favorably    with   the  Crow's Nest Pass coal, the coking qttal-  ' ity of which is so well known.  "I understand that Tracy Holland,  former 111 anajifi-r of the KuMU: Valley  L/ines. has formed a c>*iii;r.i\- in 'i'.ir  o ltd and has raided o<>n^if'.,.-1-..i>':._��� !':m:i.  tti prospect the I).isin. !i<-'.nt ��� ��� ���<���<���%  Canadian press reports cri-.iil him ���.-. 1:1.  financing a railway company t<j build  up the North B'ork. If this is true, it  is good news, as not only the North  Fork and its various tributaries con  tain untold miii<��r.tl wealth, but there  are large areas of splendid timber land,  some agricu!tural land and the ct-al,  "which would all be tapped by such a  railway."  Church of England  February 8 Septuagesima Sunday.  Holy Communion, 8 a. m.; Malius, 11  a. m.; Children's service, 2.o0 p. m.  The services will be taken by the Rev.  F. H. Graham B. A. Rector of S. Saviour's Nelson. The Rev. "\V. A. Robins  will be absent next Sunday iu Xel.,011,  DR. MATHISON  DENTIST  Nadcii-FUiod Block, Oreewwood, B.C.  inies oiitce  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements  NOTICE.  "MEXICO"  Miinral  Claim,   situate   iu  the  Kettle Elver Mining- Division of YaleDistrict.     Where  located :    In   Triple  Lake  .   camp.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. B3<H65. actinias airent for John C. Farr, Free vlinet's  Certiiicate No. B50582, intend, sixty days from  tli�� date hereof, to apply to theMinin-a-Kecorder  fora Certificate of Iniprovenieiiis. for the purpose f obtaining- a Crown Grant of the above  claim  And  furtherJake iiptice^that^action,..uuder  section 37, iiiiist be commenced before the is-  nance of Such Certificateof Improvements.  Dated this 30th day of September, A. D., 1902  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE; lv  To JOHN COLLINS and^any. person..br per.  song to whom he may have transferred hla  interests In the "TIP TOP" Mineral claim  situate on the West Fork-of.'Kettle Kiver.  lyinf North of and adjoining the Knob  Hill Mineral claim   In   the- Kettle: River  Mining Division of Yale District." ;��� .''-:'.;  You are hereby notified that I have expended  $102.50 In order to hold the said mineral claim  under tbe provisions of the Mineral -Act, that  you should contribute $51 25 as your portion of  the said sum  for your undivided one-half Interest in said claim and if.withlit.90.days from  the first Insertion of this notice you  fail  or"refuse-to contribute the ��uni  of* $51.25 which-Is  now due b>   you, topeiher with    all   costs   of  advertising,  your   interest   in    said   mineral  claim will become th"-property-of the  subscriber under seciion  four of an  Act erfil\Jed_  the "MnerarAct Amendnient'Aft;".'iron;A"-. r  Dteda at Greenwood,  !'������   C.  the 2Vth rfav of  October, V?02. JOHN MATTHEWS.  Last Inscrtflonan. 3l*t. 1903,  eb  rfectSightl  a matter of Foresight  Many cases of eye trouble  are averted by early application of proper lenses. Present neglect means future  trouble.  J. L. WHITE  Druggist and Optician,  Greenwood, B. C.  *��� ., "'^������:-e^B  i. ���-'���<��� ������-, ?r*  ���.'���'���'������������-.']'��� i *��-  ���: ���.'���<��� .\i^- .i.E:  ���'.-..-���:.�� ��� :r-A'-i-*   ��~  ���/'--:'*��� '���.;���-C:  Greenwood is the financial and commercial centre���ioi'-"flii':'���.''.*��  Boundary Creek District. It is the supply point for- !'thfe:;. v'f^  Mining camps. From the city roads lead to GreenWoofl/ :' "'^  Deadwood, Copper, Summit, Long Lake, Skylark, "WhiteV '^  and Atv^ood, Wellington and other Boundary Creekcam^s. V".'%z.  ^      For prices of lots and other ...... '���'.=.':'fc  3    information address Root. Wood or C. Scott Galloway, Greenwood   f��  1    The James Cooper Mfg. Co,, |��l  *#-  -MONTREAL, QUEBEC,  MANUFACTURERS OF  -���*  1 Ttifler$0llg$ergeant  ROck drills, straigh* m' |  ^ m-����k<MAMii DUPLEX and CORLISS AW COM   3  I     xiimcmmry..      pressors....       ;- g  H BOILERS, HOISTS, PUMPS, Etc C0M,,LEJ| jSKfi'mM ^  j^ Agents For The Bullock Diamond Drills. . stock carried IN ROSSLAND,     -.    ��� -*  ���~ R. H. C IRcRally, Rossland, B. C 3  ^uuuaiiaiiiiiiiiiiiuuiaiaiiiiauiiiiaiiiiiiiiiuiiiaiiiiiiiiuiaiuiiiuiiiiii^ THE;   BOUNDARY,  CREEK   TIMES.  Lead Miners' Claims.  ! should be afforded,   preferably  by  the  reduction of duties.    Injustices and iu-    ! equalities  must   be   removed.    But ii  The Toronto "Globe"   "cold  should- j would be unwise to plunge.into   a  pol-  ers" the tariff demands  of  the  silver- j icy of excessive taxation (o meet a  de-  iead   i.mip'i's   if   the   Kooteuays   in :m i pressioa that may be temporary, espec-  unsymp.itheiic editoral which  appear-   tally when desirable results are  by   no  ������'.jstt'tn its -issue of the 21st inst.     In the i means ajssured.'"  '-. eaur'te of J.liis the Globe says :   "The depression in tlie  lead   ntitiitif.--  inr'.tt.vtrv of i-'-iitherii  Briti-ll Columbia  has c.iu*->e<i .1 nmunf agitation   iu favor  of  a   lai.m- increase in Uie duty mi pit;-  lead  and  the   manufactured   product*.  into which it enters.    The  general interdependence   of .-���all   industries   is  sfiiAvri'iri- this Us iii rm^t ��� f   lite problems that touch  the tariff  policy of  the Dominion.   The mining-  industry  in that part of Canada feels the weight  " of'tei&ral taxation^    Not only  are almost all- of - its supplies imported and  subjtwJtJfei faxUtiota^vhile' the'nature of  the ,cpHatry..i�� .such,that ajerocultural  '.',- ��� pr^iicts, canoed.goods apd: food tsup-  -. 7plie�� ifttust .be brought.from; south of  :���-- tH*''boundaryi' -It is estiniated'that 2%  ���,J>|*j;",c.entf. of the cost of ';ntiiriing- is Cus-  tom��:k'axati6n'.   This does hot include!  vauch^pcrcapes in waf es:as are; due tb  ���;;'��� ^^'^itt^a1,0;^ f cwf^^'qlotHioer. ^4 per-.  ���: v/SflB^lr'SuppltefA'; ^The^neral; range of  i'-J: ^jSuwiifciriS^Ts^tlWSv copfe' \r of .-./.���mining,  i^^^j^^^^S^^^h^^ders,  ���'���-��wl^(j��r^(^i^ners.%re      a-measure'  ' coinfeenaaicid jij.iSeVduty-'HJ'nrpigilead.'  '^^^���ffiali^tufei'sUre competw-'  ated.by the duty on - lead pipe,- sheet  ieaS/skot, white or corroded lead, and  oti^tliiflrtWfc^mam^c^UrfefeJ-J   The  tii..^i9t^^^'le^'��.^^������H?<?.:^>^^^^.i!Lrp'  Spjkaiic Palish Sonuem Un.rvi-  Mm\& l'oriSl!cp[)ar(l.iiiril.-,,y  mtitin Railway Co.  ~c<^f^wtM*by the ditty on paint, and  ��� v'.th'ef'l^n'nectldna'-.j might-,*.-, be -V'ltraced  ...^hipygji manjc paint-tisipg'.-indtistries  . "v.-tU'lAlji' reached>becppsumersf-i-.:--Butltl.e  i.V-"iij^^Wij^3&ttiGfH;.*?f.vprV ',uneveh. -^.;The-  ^^a^^^^^*'^;lSf'gprr;'cfentr. and Hm  white lead S per* tentj", the'difference  ���ptf ^<S^^id]^6per^6t|: in Canada.!  '���.' T'OHrt!��at>'��niifeaidvpipe or shot is.3&'per  ���    t��^ittd;all'these;dntics^are"subjiect to  thp, JfrLt|s^*re^^i&,There  is   a  ���ubli^f^f^feri'lfo^^fiki'iig lead  y;iJi^l^^^^^^^^will SiWiiisH  ��� sii-iyyimtJi'i*Xt has'eocofcr^gied refining-on a  Bm^hrj;scaife' in' the Canadian*Pacific  .t.v^-JZatiwii-yisfBelter.'sat: Trail; 1-and- larger  �� ]$)$*.^^in." c^te&liiitipn;^ .'jn.' 19(30.  ���"'^^i^dactidhviof l'6ad -iii  British Col!-  ��� :-!Httvbiaiwas-31,000 tons^in.-ithe year fol-  \;^j$^$f0$i: i!26,g()9fiibiiW- and' ;.last  : j<>r-!abOut^hy'4ota'lj!quantity^ consumed  k's y^I^lri^fi^DiM^iti jcin*', It-is ^predict!-  ���'���"''���e^t'^a^pt^e^^e'tt^'rate'-'of 'duty it  wiirnot payatorsupply the Canadian  Market,': ^dj^'e,-Q��ily'important mines  totemvzv*^". "'���izy^yr  As ^ the Canadian, market, ppnsuraes  iijrf' wiy<Q��HMi<x2'i0QBi-fon's,;arid asth'e quan-  ii*'tf.t��-iM$&!wo^ aiiy  in-  >r--ierftaseJinithe1Jprice," it:���' is; hard;- to see  Ifiow i'^prPtectibn afforded' in: Ganada  '-''OTtta^teH^Jl.y-Tdviyetlie'mihiw'giridus  "; - .'iry'iy:"It is,'suffer:irig from-acombination  . .pfk^yerse influences, the'ehief of which  : "are the'fall'in  the-price, oi lead and  .   .Bilver and,.therefusal of the American  ' ,'"si]ijj<!!fer; Ynist   to   buy   Canadian . ore.  ^^;.-----'Jait!-a'cr��vsi,^i.'he-lineithe-le'adi.minine,-in:"  dus'trj- is  prosperous.   The, policy   of  '.. ytfctfyjin^pp'taction results in a price of  $3.S0 per InitWiciiui-iylvt for   lead at!  tfie'isnt-tVis, as compared with SL40  ji*?;-.tuniil ;��#weight in Canada!.;: {But; ?a j  - large part of this difference extends ��� to  ; ;^ the consumer, the price being far high-  '���"l er in New York than in Montreal.   At  ..-.; Canadian ports the price is regulated  '. "i by L<ond6n quotations, with the Canad-  l ian  dutj of 15 per cent and the cost  'A'.-: of ocean freight added.   Lead   is so  '.:J, ramch cheaper in Canada that the work  i ���fc6rrda}hgvtfi<* 7,000 tons riequired for  .'.'*�� paiht>Hialcirigwbttlt|;be done in the Do-  '���tS- minib'h:w��St;e:,it1n:bt that  the necessary  ;a;X work9;Wuld?tewT��sfeful oWing to the  ���ill* small- i$iiSfit"<>:f-th��Hr 'operations.'   Cor-  ��� S; P��4ing on an extensive scale is carried  ���^5 6ft in New Jersey. Although Canada  ���^���.j has i&lis{ilK'3��tlg-'e'bificheap lead,; there  -i�� is little or no diff^renfe in tne price of  y||I|(|{icpifi!iiafedSwilh American  qubta-  tibns.    Mr, G; O. Buchanan, of Kaslo,  Priesident   of   the   United   Boards   of  1Vr^^}S^^t^BtM^:(^imbik- lias  v".:v'p^f��en'ted'i;requ1es.t onv beHalf of the  V-''. mining and other interests of the.-Pro-  '.;..;* Tijice for   a duty .^^2 l>-8 cents,-:per  *^ppundon pigjjleiatfa.&d ^ 1-2 dfents.o'n  TZ. corroded   lead.    This   would increase  �����--*price* materially ir   Canada,'and  no  t^'doubt a sufficient amount of the in-  %Z crease would reach the miners through  IE the!SWgttF<?i^S��i*d1*!allwky companies to  *����� ��H3t��fa;*epi$plft;:$<) \\ie, extentVof the  S^'Canadian'demandV   It is possible  that  ''it:, ihc't^js&t'feiiie'.fotithe local supply  t.-would  make -. extensive operations to  ^-���supply the foreign  demand profitable..  w'But it would be rather hard on . Canad-  . WINTER:.  CARNIVAL,  P, II13. H.  Will i^sue, return tickets at  SINGLE FARE  Dates .of sale February 11,12, 13,14, good to  .    return till February Id.  For'time tables rates and complete-  raatioh'apply, to local agents,   s  for  E. REDPATH !    - -  ,xx -���;.-.-.,>.���. j.GKEENWOOD, -B.C.  J. S. CARTER,    E. J. C0YLE,  D. K A.,-Nelson,-      ,   G.P.A.. Vancouver.  Cu!  WasSinsitiin & C. X." Co.  Van. Vic. H ily. & K. Co.  The only all rail route bet\v<'i'ii p(>inis  east, west and soutli to Kossliuid,  Nelson, Grand Forks rind Nepnblic.    Connects at Spokiine wilh ilu-   (Jr.-at.   Northern,   Norlliein   l'ac'ii     .-n.l   1.1. R   \-  IN,    Co.,    for   |>"i:;'-.   "  -1,     ���   'l   and  i suiilli; o'Miuer.ts ;i 1    i\'..--'.   n:ii   a:id   Nol-  , sou with the Canadian Pacific Ry.  Connects  at  Nelson   with   the K. R.  i and N. Co., Kaslo and K.   & S.   points.  Connects  at Curlew   with  stage for  Greenwood and Midway, B. C.  Buffet   cars run   on   trains between  Spokane and Republic.  Effective Nov. 22. 1902.  Leavk Akkivic  9:25 a. m.           Spokane 5:45 p. ni.  10:15 a. ni.            Rossland 5:10 p. m.  7:00 a.m.           Nelson 8:00 p. in.  [,11:00 a.'m.   (Millers, Grand '4:00p.m.  Forks)  9,15 a. ni. Republic       5:40 p. ni.  H. A. JACKSON,  General Passenger Agent,  Spokane, Wash  ���:��� <,<-->,\<-<''>'Z��tt"tt~M��&^^^^  \% u hit  i y  LLHHU! I  i-J  t A  List  of Fiims Who  Are   Doing   Business in-i  v X  t Greenwood.                                 ^  X. X  :{������"  '.1  . 'i  .,,        II*:,  -1 '.���   .  mf  f  1  1  iA'i'.  ii;  CARPETS  ^LINOLEUMS  CROCKERY ���  GLASSWARK  CUTLERY  SILVERWARE 1  BAR GOODS  j The -largest   hotels  and finest  residences in B.C. were ftir-  : '      nished by us throughout  WEMiERBRas^  victoria; B. C.  .,; _.,..;   MINERAL ACT. .189.6. ,  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  GOLD FINCH Mineral Claim, sim.ite in the  Kettle Kiver Mitiinp Division of Yale  District.   Wliere located : . Skylark camp.':  TAKE NOTieiS''lli.-tt-I/:.l!j|,n" P. Mcleod:'  Kree Miner's Certificate No. B54954 as  affeiit for Cliar.les W. H. Saiisom. Free Miner's  Certificate No. U. ?A1~i��� intend, sixty days from  the date Iiereof,-to'apply to I lie Mining- Kec  order for,a Certificate of Iitiprovementfi for  the purpose of. obtainiuir a Crown tyrant to  the above claim,    c    ���     ���  Aiul further take notice that action, undei  section 37, must be commenced before the is.  suance of such Certilicaie of 1 mprovements-.  Dated this 1.3th day nCDecember. WU2.  .1.  1>. McLEOD.  Last issue March 31.  Mineral Act 1896.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.  i'NICKLE.. TLATK'- Mineral Claim, situate  in tlie Kettle Kiver Ml..iti(* Division of  Yale District.   Where located :   About live  i ��� miles North of Canycn Creek and about two  tulles West of the Stain Kettle River.  TAKK NOTICK that we. Charles Newman.  . N. E. Peterson and P. A. Linberjr, all of  Camp McKinuey in the said Division. Free  Minors Certificate Nos. B. 40.-189: n: 40,447; and.  IJ. 40J448 ressectively, tiitend; slxty'days from  the datejtiercof,; to apply to the MitunK- Kec-  order.for a Certificateof Improvements;'for the  purpose'''bfpbtalriiafr. a Crown Gfraht ofthe  above claim.'  And further take uotice that action, under  sectiou 37,   must  be  commenced   before    the  issuance of such Certificate of Im provemeiits.  CHARLES NEWMAN.  NILS EDVIN PETERSON  PATRICK AXEL LINDBERG  Dated this 31st day of May, A. O. 1902.  .  Last i'-sue Nov.30.  '"' MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements-  NOTICK..  TACOMA Mineral claim situate in the Kettle  Klver,Miuiii(f Division ofOsoyi��>s District.  Where located : Near Kutindary Falls and  adjoininu tlie Don't Know mineral claim.  TAKE NOTICE that I. Sydney M. Johnson  acliitL' as airent for Sam .1. Jensen, Free  Miner's Certificate No. B 417W and Annie  Oliristehsoii; Free Miner's Certificate No.  I! 5W5, ititeml sixty davs from the  date hereof, to apuly to the .Mining-K>'cor<lur  ti>r aCertificate of Iniprovements, for the pur-,  j)bse of obtalntnp- a crown frmni of the above  claim.       ?'  '   :  Atid further take notice'that action, under  section 37J' must he commenced before the is-  suanceof such certificateof improvements.  DatedthisCth day of July. A. D.. lli'2.  "  Sepf.18.-'���-��� SYDNEY M. JOHNSON  MINERAL   ACT.  Certificate of Improvement. . -  NOTICE.  "ROB ROY" Mineral Claim, situated in tne  Kettle River Mining division of Yale District. Where located : Providence Creek  camp, West'of and a'djoitiiii'p'"Iroii Mountain" mineral claim.  "T^AKE NOTICE that I.  James   Alexander  1 Macdonold. actittp-as atrent for James J.  Warren, Free Miners Certificate No. B57360,  intend, sixty days from the date hereof lo  apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements for the purpose of obtaining  Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action, under  Section 37, must be commenced before the  issuance of such Certi'' itite of Improvement.  Dated this 22nd day.of Septeinber.A. D., 1902.  J.  A. MACDONALD  Corporation of the City of  Greenwood  ...MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS, 1903-  -PUBLIG NOTICE f  Is hereby g-iveu to the electors of the Municipality of the City of Greenwood that Iro-  quire* the presence of the said electors at the  City Hall, Greeuwood, on the 2nd day of February, 1903,at 12 o'clock noon, for the purpose of  electing- a person to represent.them in the Municipal Council-as Mayor  The mode of nomination of candidates shall  beasfollows :  The candidates shall be nominated in writ-  iiilf';'the'-wrltiiiff shall be subscribed by two  voters of the municipality as propose 1 aiid seconder, and sliall be delivered to the Returning  Officer at any time between the date of the  notice and 2p. 111. of the day of the r.omiuatiou.  and in the event of a poll beittf^- necessary, such  poll will be opened on the 5th day of February.  1903, at the City Hall, Greenwood, of which  every person is hereby required lo take notice  and govern himself accordingly.  The qualification for Mayor is that the candidate shall be a male liritish subjects  .of the'- -.full -ag-e *-"of . t\yeiity-oue ' years,  'fciid>(Cre'<'' riqt '���disqualified under';, bany law,  ,and> tiayej been foi- the 'six '-mouths next  precediuV the day of nomination tlte registered .owner, in the Laud Registry Oflice, of  land or real property in tin- city of the assessed  value, on the last municipal assessment roll,  of one thousand dollars or moiv. over and above  any registered incumbrance or charge, 11 ml who  are otherwise- 'duly ' qualified as municipal  voter.  Ciiven under my hand at Greenwood, IJ. C,  tho 27th day of January, 1.003.  (',. i:. TAYLOR,,  Returning Officer  NOTICE"TO   CON TRACTORS.  school, KHOi/r.  MINERAL   ACT.  ��� 1  I  <~-; iaaa to be^paying-. .a. high  price for a  m^ Canadian   product sold   more cheaply  ��������- abroad.   There the tariff -'s seen to bear  f-SpMilfttS Jthrptiff)i taxing raw ma  /It^U'ikiiii+iHiithtd products  ,     Certificate of Improvements.  5     ���'���>  .-" ' '��� NOTICE.  'LAPLAZA'-   Mineral'Claim,   situate in the  Kettle River, Mining Division of  Vale Dist  -  rict.    Where located :    Providence camp.  'Take Notice that I. John   P. McLeod, Free  Miner's   Certificate  No.   15 5-t')54  as agent for  George F. Miller. Free Miner's  Certificate No.  I! 5j006' intend, sixty days from thedate hereof,  to apply to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of   Improvements,   for    the    purpose    ot  obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And   further.take notice thar actiou, andei  i section   37,  nfust'be coniMencPd  before the is-  NM-inl 1 suance of such .Certificate of Improvement--,  lenai    . DaWfi:tliis 21st day of Octolx-r, A. D..I902.  relief T   LagVins. h'ec\ 24. J. Pi McLEOD  SEALED TENDERS, indorsed '���Tender for  School Mouse'' will be received by the  uudersit.' ied up to noon of Monday, the sth  Decenib- r. 1(102. fi.r the erection aud completion  of a one-room f ame school house at Eholt.  Plans, sptcilicatioiis, forms of tender and  contract may be seen on and after the 24th  November, l'J02. at the office of the Government  Agent, G.reeuwoodJ and at the Lauds und  Worlis Department. Victoria.  Tenders will not be considered unless made  upon the printed forms supplied for the purpose  and the agreement to execute a bond appended  to the forms of tender is duly signed by the  contractor himself and two other responsible  residences of the Province in the penal stun of  $350, for the faithful performance of the work.  , The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. '  \\\ S. GORE,  Deputy Commissioner of Lauds and Works.  Laiidsaild Works Department.  Victoria. B.C., IStli November, 1902.  MINERAL ACT-  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICK  "MONITOR" Mineral Claim, situate In the  Kettle River .Mining Uh i -ion of Vale District. Where locat-d : Ou Horseshoe  Mountain. Main Keith1 Kiver.  TAKE NOTICE that I, Albert IJ. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 1!302*f-5 acting  as agent for Owen Mellow.  Free  Miner's Certificate  No.  1)7421.2, and  Jacob  Peterson. Free  Miner's     Certiiicate      No.       K4044G,      intend  Dated this 30th dav of September, A. D. 1W2.  . -      ALRERT E.' ASHCROFT. P. L.S.  Last issue Dec. 31.  MINEKAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvements.  NOTICE.  MOGUL.   UTOPIA.   RAMBLER. DENVER  andCHAMPION, Mineral C'ainis.siti'iate in  the^ Keltie  River Mining Division of Yale  : District. '    Where .  located:       -Horseshoe  . Mountain. Main Kettle River.  ,\KE NOTICE that I, Albert E. Ashcroft,  Free Miner's Certificate No.  I!3l'265,  act-  T  injr as agent for Charles Dunbar Temples  Free Miners Certificate 2io l��M4"i. intend  sixty days from thn dam hereof, to apply tu the  Min��mr Recorder for certilicates o\ Improvements, for 1 Ii*.* purpose of obtaining crown  grants ofthe abovtr claims. .  And further take notice that action, under  section 37. iiuinI b$ commenced befnre the issuance of such certilica ti!Si)f iniproveine.ilts.  Hated ilii.Onli day ��f ivipieinlier. 1W2.  ALJiKRX X. ASHCROFT, P.L.S.  Last insertion Dec. M,  BANKS.  THE BANK OF MONTREAL.  F. J. Finucanm, ��� Manag-er.  I THE MART.    '  I    - Gaunce & Wickwirb.  1 Real   Estate.    Money  to   Loan.   Fire  Life and Accident Insurance.  THE BANK   OF  BRITISH  NORTH  AMERICA.  W. G-. H. Belt,       -       -      Manager.  THE CANADIAN BANK OF  COMMERCE.  Henry F. Mytton,       -       Manager.  DRY GOODS AND CLOTHING  RENDELL & CO.,  Dealers in Dry Goods,  Men's Furnish-  inpfs,  Boots and Shoes, Mason & Risch  Pianos., etc., etc.  GREENWOOD TRADING CO'Y,,  Limited.  General Merchandise. Copper St.  HUNTER-KENDRICK CO., Limited.  General Merchandise,  Copper Street, a    Greenwood.  GROCERIES AND HARDWARE.  RUSSELL-LAW-CAULFIELD CO..  I'.IJIlTKD.  Dealers  in   Hardware,  Groceries   and  Furnishings.  JEWELLRY.  .:    MILLER BROS.  Jewellers and Opticians.  S. BARRY YUILL  Practical Watchmaker   and   Jeweller  Greenwood, B. C.  MEATS, ETC.  P. BURNS & CO.,  Wholesale and Retail Meat Merchants.  CANDY FACTORY.  C. V. SEMERAD,  Candy Factory and Ice Cream Parlors,  Fruits, etc.  STATIONERY, ETC  SMITH & McRAtt,  Dealers   in   St;:ii'-i'e; v.   lllnnlc  Books,  Wall Paper, Tobaccos,   Confectionery.  H. B. MUNROE,  Daaler in   Confectionery,   Stationery,  Tobaccos, Fruits, Etc.  J. L. COLE��.  Stationery,   Newspapery. Periodicals.  " H. A. KING & CO.,  Tobaccos,  Cigars,  Smokers Sundries,  Books, Newspapers and Periodicals.  HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.  THE GEM RESTAURANT.  C. R. Pittock, - Proprietor.  FURNITURE.  T.  M. GULLEY & CO.  Dealers in Furniture. Carpets and  i *  Linoleums, etc.  BREWERIES.  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  Poktman & Portman.       Proprietors.  In draft or bottles at all leading-  hotels.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS  THE GREENWOOD LIQUOR CO.  R. Gkkickk, Manager.  Agents  for   Pabst   and   Calvary Beer.  TAILORING.  WTLSON & CO.  Merchant Tailors. Greenwood, St.  W. ELSON,  Merchant Tailor.  Copper Street.  ���    Opp. Windsor Hotel.  ASSAYERS.  WALTER E. SEGSWORTH      ,  Provincial, Assayer and.Chemist.  Control Assays a Specialty.  Greenwood, B.C.  DRUGGISTS.  J. L. WHITE,  Drug-gist. Copper: St.  AGENTS, COLLECTORS, ETC, :     .  FRED B. HOLMES,      .  Ag-ent,    Collector,     Janitor.       Large  warehouse for storing goods.    .  P.O. Box 25     Residence opp, city hall.  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE.    .  BRA LEY INVESTMENT & TRUST  COMPANY, Limited.       ..'..'  George R. Naden,       -      Manager.  Insurance, Mines, Stocks, Real Estate.  PROFESSIONAL CARDS.  HALLETT & SHAW  Bakristeks, Solicitors,  Notaries 'Pubt'jc.  Oalilp Address:       uallktt."- '  -  -v  Bedford M'Nelll's , Grbbmwooo,'<-'-j'rf  luoreuiK- ft Neal's'   '     - ������   '��� "     '���  ) iMoreiny  ( T.ciber's.  I. H.   HALLETT.  s. c.  H. C..SWAW.  McLEOD <& BROWN ^l  Bakkistkrs and Solicitors,  Notaries-PuBJ.rc, Etc.,  Ofllces: Wallacn-Miller block. Copper atrost,  Green wood, B.C.  J. R. Bkown. J. P.'McLbod. '  ARTHUR M. WHITESIDE;  BARRISTER and SOLiCITOR  Rendell Block, Greenwood, B.C  CHARLES AE. SHAW,  Civil, Encinkkr,  Dominion    ans ,   Pkovinciai,  Land Surveyor.  GREENWOOD,    ;      :      :      :   B.   O.  A.  E. ASHCROFT.  Dominion and  Provincial  Land Surveyw-.  jyiinin;; jiiii Englnccrine Surveys.  Underground Work a Specialty.  Wood  IllocU fne.xt CiisKMtis oflice.)  GREENWOOD, B. C.  ituwLtf:fl��y9��iraa?ngg-.j.��t,iifwii^^^m  MINERAL ACT.  Certificate of Improvement.  NOTICE.  CAIU,OTTA and YOUNO GEORGE Mineral  ' laiuis, situate in the Kettle River Mining-  Division (i I YaleDistrict. Wliere located :  Pass f;rei!l��' Camp.  TAKE .XOTICI-: that I. John P. McLeod,  I'nv Miner's Certificate No. 11S49S4 as apent for  Andrea Putriri, Kree Miner's Certificate No. B  3052 ai:d Praticls J. Finucane Free Miner's  Certificate      No. 11742(12        intend        sixty  davs from tlie date hereof to apply to the  iiiiiitit^r recorder for a certificate of improTo  ment for die purpose uf obtaining a crown  uranis lor aliove claims.  And further take uotice that action u^dei  cection 37 must be commenced before the is.  suance. of such certiiicate of improvements  Dated this 23rd day of December, A. D., 1902.  I. P. McLEOD  Last issue March 23  NOTICE OF FORFEITURE.  To GEORGE RITER, of the City of Greenwood-  i 11 the Province of British  Columbia, Pros,  pector:  You are hereby notified that I have -expended  ?2;i('.i!ij in performing assessment work on the  ;  'llaninaliala"    and     "Paramatta"     Mineral  i claims,  situate  i"   Copper Camp, in the Kettle  ! K'iver  Miniujr Divi-ion. Yale District,  British  : Columbia, and  the sum  of f5.0O for recordings.  j the s.-iiil wurK. the same heiii(jr necessary to hold  I the claims under the provisions of the Mineral  Act and Amending Acts, and  if at the extJtr-  ation  of  ninety days  from the date of the first  publication   of   this   notice in   the   Boundary  ! Creek  Times, you  fail or refuse to contribute  I your portion of such  expenditure,  uatrely   the  sum  of Jt.S.S3.  together with all   tbe costs of  .-ldvetti.-iii'-r. your interest in   the said claims  shall become   vested   in    your   co-owners,   pro  rata, according to their several  interests  therein, in   -pursuance of  the provisions of section 4  of 'lie Mineral Acl Amendment Act. 1900.  Dated at Greenwood. Itritish Columbia, this  2<Mi. dav of October. A. D., 1902.  MCS9E M4SOM*. THE;   BOUNDARY    CREER   TIMES.  (1  Page 5  O R DP��  ANB BOOK PRICES  Know ye.that we will supply you with any MAGAZINE, PAPER or BOOK���not'in stock���in existence  at publishers prices. 3y placing your order for above  with us, you save the trou,ble: and expense of a letter and  the cost of remitting. Satisfaction guaranteed. Your  order solicited.  ' 'K  vgStelth S�� McRae,  ^#' sJ* &    u: ���     Books; Stationery, Wall Papers, Etc.  Why Not Ship it ?  : Mm* Law Output of Coal by  ^CrowCsJtest Company.  ','�� The Fernie lFfee Press is respon-  ;J Bible foc^the^qllcjwing':     "The output  ��� y> of cpil^fcom-lrieithree collieries of*the  '.'-. Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co., for the  * moutn of January ts the largest month-  ���s��4j����$Wiput" in  the hiatory of the cora-  The following figures give the cor-  t rect^rtttyrns, up to last ��� night and to-  v']d��!fc��retariDs'aire!estimated by'averag-  in^'forthe past vreek.   The;figi��rjes are  ' if anything, understimated as the last  ��� days of thje month always reach above  a ��� the aver age : ., ,.'lj   '  i\[!'":'; Cpial';Creek :-.'....... ............:...20,fli00  - '--������* -'tMicheL.1....:.: ���..,.... ...;............2q,009  :;���' :;;MoiTissey ���J.��� ........lS.OOQ .  ���Michel's production is steadily increasing the result of the extensive development work done there last summer and  now it is a neck and neck race between  that colliery and Coal Creek.  The largest previous record was in  March, 1902, when 53,000 tons were  mined. The.olijJook is promising and  no fears are M|ertained by the management of thj^qqmpany, that they will  not able to supply the ever increasing  demands of the B. C. market."  The Trail News is not so sanguine  however, and last week stated that  "The Trail Creek News has carefully  avoided tnaking4 any- statements rc-  g-arping Ltljejj 'coal? a.nd coke situation,  but' fraxtii itlje Fernie Free Press an-  nouricepffeditorially, that the Trail  ���m^ltechas 3000;tons of coke on hand  and f^wnea intijpates-that -the Crow's  Feat jCdil f company Have iamsle siip-  Cy a *i /' s   t*fi ���* - ���'������ ���'���   ���-��� '<���  *������  plfacr the smelter with  both coal and  coke, we cannot consistently allow  such statements to pass unanswered.  The News has therefore taken occasion to make inquiries upon the hill,  and has found that the smelter  ha* been using- wood. for ., several  months 'past, on account of its inability to secure sufficient  coal supply,  iandJthat they have been'working  from hand to mouth, so far as coke is  Concerned,.for;quitea long.period,...  One copper furnace was closed down  a few days ago, on account of the  shortage of coke, but it is learned that  -large-shipments of \x>al and cokeare  now on their way to the smelter, in  consequence of v.likii the large copper  furnace will be put back into blast.and  iprobablyan additional copper furnace  started, making four copper furnaces  in all. This will therefore be the  means ipf 'giving employment- to the  large number of men now laid off.  James Sutherland and . Phil McDonald who are working the Elkhorn  claim at the "northern end of the city  have,a new shaft down 45 feet. They  struck; a vein of rich pre at*40 feet  which has widened to 8 inches of solid  ore and is-still-improving. The ore  shpws native silver and gold and will  give [high, yalttes. Two men are now  working tint next week three additional  men 'will'.be added. An ore shed will  be erected and shipments will be commenced at au early date.  & BARRY YUILL  PKACTICAl.       WATCHMAKKK       AND  a-"1 '-'������'-"        'J8WEUE8.  AU work guaranteed   GREENWOOD,  V. V; & E. Right of Way.  The question of the right-of-way for  the V. Y- & E. over the Clement property, both for the smelter spur and for  the Phoenix line has .been settled by  an amicable agreement with which  both parties express themselves as satisfied. The chief difficulty throughout  has been that the landowners refused  'to "deal'with'the, railway for the smelter  spur without first getting- full information and dealing at the same time for  the Phoenix branch,'both these lines  crossing their property, the junction of  the rights-of-way'; hi fact, being partly  on the land inwhich they are interested.  This seems a very natural position for  them to to take, but the railway has  not been in a position till quite recently  to treat for the Phoenix right-of way  at this point, and for that reason the  company made no offer for tho whole  right-of-way till Thursday evening,  the 29th inst. Negotiations on Thursday evening resulted in,a bargain being struck early Friday morning.���  Gazette.  Mining Stocks.  Lower Levels Must Be Proved Be-  i i fore Prices will Recover.  British Columbia mining stocks at  home and abroad continue to show but  little, if any, signs of improvement.  The- annual or ^special, meetings of  several ..important' properties which  have been recehtly held, and the announcements made to the public there  at, do not appear to have favorably  affected the market ;in any single instance.  Cariboo-Camp McKinney is doing  well as its recently announced dividend shows. The position of the Yhiir  is >\ell known and whatever the lower  workings may disclose in time a large  amount of ore i.s insight in the upper,  workings. The;!. Rambler-Cariboo  recently announced that the condition-  of the property warranted a large expenditure on additional plant. : The  report sent iu  by manager Makenzie,  THE-NEW=  Remodelled, Renovated and Refurnished. Only the best Liquors and  Cigars. Prompt servicer Courteous  Treatment. Good Rooms. Modern  Conveniences.  Fred B. Munn,     Manager.  Co wney's,  iUifson Bros.,  and  Stewart's  Chocolates  3u$f arrived*  ���������  A Large* assortment of  English Ju Jubes and other  fancy candies.  S% B. munroe  gopper Street.  of tlie Le Roi, showed a splendid Jiet  profit for the preceding seven months,  and Mr. Kirby's latest report on the  Centre Star claimed a large amount of  ore in sight and 1.he positive statement  that a process had been found to con-  con trate the low grade ore on a commercial basis. The War Eagle report  is expected this month, when the public will be informed of the result attained in ihe lower wo: kings, which  have been steadily developed during  the past year.  In spite of these and other favorable  official"statements which have recently  been made, it is somewhat difficult to  understand why the stock market  prices should remain dull and inactive.  J. H. Curie in his review of American mines from an English stanppoint  claims that the most disappointing  feature of British Columbia mines is  the fact that they have only proved  fairly remunerative at shallow depths  and that among the best known properties in the Kootenays including the  Ymir, Le Roi, Centre Star, War Eagle  and others, the lower workings have  so far proved decidedly disappointing.  This cannot be said of the Granby and  the B. C. Copper, Co.'s properties, and  in the case of theie mines the problem  of quarrying" ou*- low- grade ore and  treating it on a.commercial basis has  apparently been solved.  SSEL-L  GO.,  LIMITED;  -'r. ^^S^S&^fA  "���^f^s^-"." :. " '..����-    '��� ���'��� ' ' '"'*'-.' '���  ii'���<�����&"���&X2* -"M"!    "<<f;M-    .i ������-.'������ A ������   ���''������-;^ -*-  BUNTING & DEMPSEY  Contractors and Builders.  ESTIMATES :. FURNISHED     FOR  ALL KINDS OF WORK.  GREENWOOD, :  :   :   B; fc.  E. W. BISHOP  We desire to extend oiir  thanks for the very liberal  patronage accorded to us  during the past year  and to  w.i.s.'.h..,-  _-..-     .    Happy  New Year,  King & Got  BICYCLE AND  MACHINE REPAIRS.  SKATES SHARPENED. $  PAINTING AND |  SIGN WORK, i  I Copper St.    Greenwood. |  I  k  ,*. Well heated rooms  at moderate  *t* prices.     Also    first class board  ��������� by day or week.  y  X        THE  SWAYNE  HOUSE  ���*��� Silver Street;  X Greenwood.  . *-;.v - ---rrV'.---v-i_-i-'-.-',iv.".'^i|  ^&AA-.4x$^!^^-va  :.  ,'A:---i-ix--;--.i!&&&s3!k  Store Where | Goods and Prices Are  Always Right,  mmoTro���^^^^  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  Cr*  ..Bank  Capital, all paid up, $12,000,000.  President.   Lord Stkathcona and. Mount. Royal,    ,   ;. ��� -.,   .,  <,..  Vice-President:   Hon. Gkokgk A. Dhummond.'    '    ' ' "    "���     ������ -  i       General Manager :   E. S   Ci.ou.stok.  Branches in London, Eng. 14^'VclSiSSk}'!Ncw ,^��- #^0,  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers ; Grant Cqnimercialian  Travellers'Credits, available in any parl^of the world. ���    '        ��:   j*:-:  ?  ���;     ���  Greenwood Branch,     F. J. FINUCANEi^Wmiager.  tnsmmsmmmmsm^ismsssssmsm  >e9  P. O. BOX 296.  .,r PHONE 179  m % memman �� go*,  WHOLESALE GROCERS AND AGENTS FOR  TUCKET CIGAR CO., UNION LABEL CIGARS  ,__      BRANDS  MONOGRAM, MARGUERITA, JBOQUET,  OUR SPECIAL  EL JUSTILLO,       EL CONDOR,       SARANTIZADGS,    SCHILLER  ^^^_^^^  t  Corner  Alexander Street and Columbia Avenue, Vancouver,-B. C.     )  ) Cl)e Oyster Season   ^ i j  * Is now in full swing.    Try our ;'    ������������'������ u'-'l       \2  I BULK OYSTERS.                           \l  �� -��  * Imported by us direct from   the  beds.    Strictly  fresh    ?��  g and of good quality.    (                                                                         f��  ft -���, o.               j��  | *, - P. Burns �� go* ]l  * ! *  * i��  �� j��  DEALERS IN  I  l FURNITURE, x CARPETS, f  4                             LINOLEUMS, ETC. t  *:*     COPPER STREET. (iHErlNWOOD'. ���*>*  ��� ���:���  ��<-><&^xK'<^x��xk~xK'��'X":~x~>->^X'hx-x~x-^^^^ Page 6  THE   BOTTN )AY CREEK   TIMES,  ���j^X��X-,<~X����X"X"X��*X-M*X����X����X~X'v>  4  4  t  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  y  t  y  y  X  y  X  y  X  X  X  y  y  y  X  Will not gu on forever,  It   needs   fixing   some-  _ . ^  times.    2��   That is our X   ; "^ ;"���" &  business.  TC Don't wait ���!*   V  y  until  your   watch  gets %  ���{���  clogged  up   and    won't X   -_     .       . j,  go.     Have    it  cleaned. �����  A, kOGAMVCO.  Watchmaker  and Jeweller,  GREENWOOD, B.   C. 4  wX^X^X^X^X^X^wKKKK^X^X*^  ' tJ* ��* t5* *& ��5* ��3* ��S�� ��5* ��*��� ���?* ti* ��5* i5* ��tf* *?* *3* w*  $&-  ���*  J.',A. ZELLER,    Prop.  Comfortable rooms by day o-.  month. i  "MEALS AT ALL HOURS.  (   Scard, saS Rcon:  brt he month  1 : $25,00.  f? jf ip.'r jf je'-sr.'jp jp j? ����� jp ^* jf- jp jf- jp'  Connections with  Western Union Telegraph Company-  [22,000 offices in U.S.A.]  ���-AND   Great North-Western of Canada-  [2,00 offices in Canada.]  CABLE SERVICE TO ALL THE WORLD.  J. C. HELM, Office Manager, Greenwood, li.C  TELEPHONE NO. 12.  Thorough Instruction  Careful Training  Vigilant Oversight  Ideal Location  Experienced Teachers  Refining    Influences  Homelike in Character  Pi BOX 1026.  I    HUVflii  Llequisition.  The Smailes campaign committee  request the publication of the following- requisition upon the strength of  which Mr. Smailes left himself in the  hands of his committee :  To Ral,ph Smaii.us, Esy.,  Greenwood, B. C.  We. the undersigned electors of the  City of Greenwood and businees men  who are not electors, have heard with  regret your resignation of the oflice of  Mayor of the City of Greenwood for  the current year. We understand that  your resignation was the result of an  agreement entered into by you, and  that you felt yourself morally bound to  carry out this agreement. We appreciate your action, and now that the conditions which necessitated such an  agreement and your resignation no  longer exist, we feel that the interests  of the city will best be served by your  election as Mayor. We, therefore, ask  yourself again to be nominated as a  candidate for the office of Mayor for  the City of Greeuwood for the current  .year, and pledge you our hearty support,  Ej.Kctoks Bdsinkss Mbn  Non-Voters  L. S. M. Barrett J. L. White  S. Barry Yuill A. Logan  Fred B. Holmes   . W. Elson  VV. B. Fleming W. M. Law  E. W. Bishop A. L. White  Tom McDonnell M. A. Harvey  Wm. G. McMynn Chas. R. Pittock  James S, Birnie. W. Frawley  Chas. A. Dempsey H. Simmonds  H. Bunting- H. B. Munroe  R. K. Steven James Cameron  John F. Whalen Oscar S. Floyd  James Kerr P. W. George  T. M. Gulley M. E. Frazee  D. A. Bannerman R. ft. Cunningham  John Crabb C. V. Semerad  Mark Christensen C. H. Fair  J. P. McLeod A. E. Wilson  H. C. Shaw Abel Hallberg  R. Grieger Jno. L. Coles  F. E. Elkins W. C. Tilsley  W. Cookson A. S. Gierson  W. J. Wartman       Geo.   Cunningham  G. Arthur Rendell H. A. King  J. E. Spankie J. M. Humphrey  Kenneth McKenzieTas. McCreath  James Sutherland W. E. Morand  W. T. Smith K. C. B. Frith  A. S. Black  J. H. Methot  W. E. Segsworth  W.S.Keith  Duncan Smith  Jas. W. Eilis  Robert Donagan  No. 2 furnace at the Sunset smelter  has been running for several days  without a hitch. This new furnace  gives complete satiafaction. The old  furnace is being generally overhauled.  A. A. Miller the Seattle representative of the Westinghouse company was  in the city this week.  Chas. Sangster, Jenckes machine  company's representative at Rossland  was in the city this week.  J.   P. Keane  superintendent of the  Caribou mine is visiting the city.  H. S. Cotisins-and W. S. Swinburne  two Camp -McKinney^ business = men  were in the city this week.  James McGregor, inspector of mines  is paying the district an official visit.  F. C. Boles formerly of Carmi, but  who is now ranching in the flourishing  northwest is paying a brief visit to the  city.  A delightful subscription dance was  held in the Masonicha.il on Wednesday  evening. About 35 couples were there  to enjoy themselves. Excellent music  was furnished by the Greenwood orchestra.  Tomorrow (Saturday evening) S. F.  Parrish who has been appointed general manager for the Le Roi mining  company wili be tendered a complimentary banquet by his boundary  friends at the Hotel Armstrong.  Government agent McMynn has  awarded a contract for the piles necessary to protect the bridge over the  North Fork. Foreman Findley will  superintend the necessary improvements at the North Fork.  twiwmm*vm.j.<*i^mvin  See Our Men's  Tweed Suits  For. ,....,,  :\K>. f\'  ���      o     ���     o  Regular, Price  .;$\sm:  The case of the Greenwood Electric  Company vs. the Waterous Engine  Company will be argued in Nelson  next week. H. C. Shaw and A. M,  Whiteside will go over in the interests  of their respective clients.  VV. Frawley of the Greenwoocl Barber Shop has made some improvements  01 his establishment. He has put in a  porcelain bath tub and in the the future  the price for baths at this popular shoo  will only be 25 cents.       4t  Vancouver, Feb. 4���Chiefly through  the intrusion of former lieutenant-  governor Mclnnes, who split the labor-  cojiservative vote, Robert G. Macpherson, the liberal candidate, held  the seat for Burrard for, the liberal  party in th_ bye-elections today,  necessitated by the lamented death of  George R. Maxwell. The majority  from Vancouver city and four rural  polling stations is 76, and this will  probably be increased to 125 or 150  when all returns are in. The election  in the city, which contains fully  four-fifths of the total vote, was the  closest that has i��ver been recorded the  whole secret of Foley's strong running, being the intensity of feeling in  this western province as to the. necessity of drastic measures for the prohibition of Asiatic immigration, which  Foley made his one and only plank. It  was on this that the labor vote "went  solid", even against the liberal candidate; and unless the liberal government adopt stringent restriction measures it is a foregone, conclusion that a  conservative-labor candidate will stand  the best of all chances of success when  the general elections come around.  Macpherson is a vigorous young  man, and is pledged to do' his utmost  to advanoe Asiatic immigration restrictions. The future of the liberal  party in this constituency, for a decade  at the least, rests upon   his  success in  this regard.  TENDERS.,  The "undersigned, being the. holder  of a certificate from the Commissioner  of Croivn Lands of Ontario, which entitles him to a grant of 160 acres of  land in that Province according to  selection to be nlade under the provisions of Act I., Edward VII:. Ca!p. 6,  invites tenders- for purchase of his  interest in same for cash.: For ��� particulars enquire at this office.  SAMUEL IOHNSTON.,  Dated this 20th day of January 1903.  For Good Rigs  and Saddle Horses  -GO TO THE-  I  AC. DAVIES,  /Manager,  Near McNeill's Feed Store.  THE BEST BEER IN TOWN IS MADE BY  THE ELKHORN BREWERY  PORTMAN   & PORTMAN  ASK prOR  RA  &$&"-J  Proprietors  ii  The Elkhorn Lager Beer Contains only Pure Malt Hops, Try  It! It is kept on draught or in Bottles by all the leading Hotel  In  new and  second han  Furniture.     Come and  see  goods and get prices.  A. L. WHITE & CO.  COPPER STREET,  -&  >M  ing up  .WHEN YOU WANT.   -@  #  ^  -ns��  *..���.���  That is printing.: When you want cheap nasty printing  send east for it. Our stock and work is always the best;  our prices are reasonable. The office now has power  presses and everything necessary for good work and  prompt delivery. We pay the highest wages and get the  best workmen.  The ^Boundary Creek Times.  -*��9  0<fKf>-f-<P'<^

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